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10 THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 5 ,
THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. N. HU8E , Putollnhor. OA1I.V. tK UblUliwll 7.1 Uvotv tli\y Mcoi > t HmuKv. lly carrier i > er wwlt , 15 tfoiiti , l ynmlli _ ryci > r , W.W. WKPKI.Y NUWS-JOUHNAI. . The Nown , Kli WI ) i l. 1MI. . . , . Tlin Journal , MlnhllMiod , 1877. Every Frlilny , lly mnll jmr ycnr , ll.W. Sri-ciAi , NOTICR , AdtMieo njl > crli > tlon to the MSWH-JOUHNAL will l > o t Vwi until October . 18 ixt the rate of l. l l > or yrar. Old nib. tcrlbor * mr\r hiuo tlio hpnuflt of tlili rnto by . Wins nrrcKrntto * to dale at tlio rrRiilar Mil ) ncritttion nrlco niul one ywtr In atltntico. Tlili IwcUl ollorlll t ) withdrawn October 10. Knterctt al the t > oitofllco nt Norfolk , Neb , , econd clrvid matter , Tolmihonen Kcllt'orlnl.iu . ii rtmeiil , No. Olllce ami Job lloomi. No. 822. Bluco the inpromo court hna BO or dered , It IB poiRlblo that Ex-Seorotary of Stnto Porter will uow put It buck. Kansas did not have n BulTlolouoy of calamity with the Hood but the cattle- jnou ami formers must needs mix np ami onnso the death of four or flvejmoro people. _ _ Ohio's ohiof claim to recognition on tlio Roosevelt endorsement is that the republicans were enabled by nn early convention to anticipate the action that % vlll bo taken by the other state conven tions. Norfolk has contributed some to the Jlood sufferers and there is moro whore that came from if it is but intimated that the receipts have not been aufllolont to relieve the muttering incident to the calamity. It was alleged that the floods earlier in the season had rbmovcd the fish from .Nebraska streams and waters , and it is to bo hoped thnt the recent rise may'bo entitled to the credit of returning them to their native haunts. The weather man has got to the point of making it partly cloudy with "possi- lily" showers , which is a long conces * don to the doiircs of a people who have boon growing palo and yellow from a lack of snushluo and water-logged and rand-ladon generally. The republicans of Ohio gave Presi dent Roosevelt the endorsement promised and also declare emphatically for the ro-clootlou of Senator Houua. They are both good men and Ohio has the nice faculty of favoring good men for oiuoo and loading campaigns that elect them. The Mississippi river is still rising and threatening the towns of the valley. The people living in that section of the .country have assuredly had. a surfeit of trouble from high water and it is to bo hoped that the present threatening sit uation may pass them by without the damage threatened. Since the World-Herald was detected in the act of almost endorsing President Roosevelt it has evidently determined to whitewash over the fact that it at tained so near what was right by re newing its standard criticisms of the president and arguing that ho cannot possibly bo rouominated. The sun smiled on the republican con tention of Lancaster county , and the delegates endorsed Judge J. B. Barnes of this city for supreme judge. The combination is a good omen and the republicans of the state as well as the voters will undoubtedly improve the Hirst opportunity of following the load of the Lancaster convention. The Nebraska supreme court has de clared that it is unlawful to play Sun day base ball nud those who have argued for , Sunday ball as a means of rec reation for those who are employed during the week , will bo compelled to look elsewhere for such entertainment if the law is enforced. If the court should likewise insist that there should bo no Sunday fishing the position of those seeking Sunday recreation would bo well near hopeless. Ohauncey Depew considers Judge Parker of New York the logical can didate for president on the democratic ticket , and the indications are that the senator is not exclusive in that belief , but that many democrats , favoring the rejnvination of the party , are in favor of placing the New York judge at the toad of the ticket. With both presi dential candidates from New York there would be a pretty fight in that state and if the president is as popular at home as he Is throughout the west there would be no doubt of the final outcome , regardless of who opposes him. President Hopping of the state phar maceutical association , in his address before the annual meeting at Grand Island , stood up for the patronage of the home paper's advertising columns by the druggists very emphatically nnd Asserted that ho had found that when a druggist patronizes home papers the editors und managers are free to laver them in anything that would aid in the conduct of their * business along legitimate lines. Mr. Hopping has evidently found that advertising pays , in more ways than one , and ii may be believed that he would bo one of many similar druggists throughout the state and country who would fail to recognize it as either economical or goo < policy to attempt to conduct business without the liberal use of printer's ink Santa Fc Passenger Trains Meet Head-On at Stilwcll. ORDERS WERE DISREGARDED. Were Using Mlitourl Pacific Trnckt Because of Flood and Crew of One Train Palled to Obey Instructions to Stop at Stllwell. Topeka , Kan. , June 6. A disastrous collision botwcou Bantu Fo passenger traiuu at Stillwell , near Olutho , Itlllod nluo people and Injured nix. Train No. 1 wau ROing west at lull speed and crashed Into the Chicago section of No. 8 , ottBtbauud. No passengers on the woatbouud train were Injured or killed , while on the uiujtbound train Ivo wcro killed and three were Inured - urod , The dead : Carboa M. Torpardo , a i'orto Ulcuu student at the Kansas Btuta university ; Pullman Conductor rhbtnpBon , H. D. Ward , Frank Hoover , Btoubcnvlllo , 0. ; J Monyhan , 1'rcs- cott , Ariz. ; C. A. Knlskorn , Monctt , Mo. ; Link Day , Los Angeles , Cal. ; William Nowmlllor , Plainfield , N. J. ; one unknown man , Throe trains who wcro stealing a ride on the Chicago train are among ho Idllod. The only member of the train cr w to bo hurt was Conductor frank Johnson of the Pullman com pany. The trains were routed on tbo Mis souri Pacific tracks on account of the floods , which washed out the Santa Fo radio. Orders were sent out by the train dispatcher for both trains to moot at SUUwcll. It la charged at tbo Santa Fo oflloo here that the crew of ho Santa Fo train disregarded this order and ran a rnllo or moro paat the mooting point. No. 1 did not stop at BUllwcll. but on running slowly by the onglnoor saw no ether train , and as ho bad a clear track , according to ils ardora , bo ruehcd ahead. No. 8 whlstWd before the oostbound train uul prococded far , but too late to Avoid a colTlstoii. Kansas City , Juno 6. The train > eoring the dead and wounded from ho Santa Fo wreck at SUUwcll , Kan. , was unable to reach the station bo- caus of floods and the wounded were carried mflcs In the ambulances to roach the Missouri Pacific hospital. 'iau most seriously hurt are : Owen Patchon , Ottawa , Kan. , baggageman , 'racture of skull and jaw , will proba- jly dlo ; A , L. Bollora , North Manches ter , Ind. , right arm fractured and chest injured , may die ; John Green , Indianapolis , loft log fractured and ocalp wounds ; Edward McCaun , Sal- , vatlon army , back strained ; Andrew Dunlap , Topaha , engineer eastbound train , legs and hood bruised. THE MARKETS. Prices of Produce ProvaillnR in Chicago cage Today. Chicago , Juno 8. Special to The News : Following are the closing prices on Chicago market today : Wheat Cash , 70 % ; September , 74J . Corn Onsh18 % ; July , 49J4 ; Sep- ember , 48-.i. Ontu Cash , 8fl ? . < ; July.OOX ; Septem ber , 33 . Yesterday's Quotations. Chlcngo , June 4 , DullUh flood news caused rtmu\v d strength In tbo grain pita today , July u-lieut closing lUc hlghtr , with corn lOHic hither and onts up 1 c. Pro vision * cloved steady , with tbc September produotH unchanged to CXQ'VfiC lower. Clos ing prices : Wheat-July , 7ttTOHc ; Sept. , 7474Vic ; Dec , , 74Hc. Corn-June , 18c : July , 48 4c ; Sept. , 47c. Oats Juno 33tc : July , ! ? cj Sept. , 82 c. Pork-July. $17.17 % ; Sept. , $10.85. Lnra-July , $8.80 ; Sept. , $8.87 ! Oct. , $8.72. lUbs-July , $ O.SO ; Sept. , $0.10 ; Oct. S8.8T. Chlcngo Cash I'ricws-No. 2 red wheat , 7SH < 370o : No. 3 rod wheat , 735y7BHc ; No. 2 spilng wheat. tSOe ; No. 3 spring wheat , 74fiSOc ; No. 2 hard wheat , 74@75c ; No. 3 bnnl wheat , 7274c ; No. 2 cnsn oata , 33W < 334oj No. 2 white oats , 37O38Hc ; No. 3 White oats. 33S37c. ( Chicago Live Stock , Chicago , Juu 4.-Cuttte Receipts , 10.000 ; steady to a shade lower ; good to prime st ors , JM.WXgS.M ) ; poor to medium , $4.10 ® 4.73 ; stackers and feeders , JS.OOft-1.00 ; cows nnd heifer * , $ l.GO < 3fl,00 ; canners , J1.0CK3 3.00 : bulls. ? 2. K ? 4.60 ; calves , J2.7BQO.tX ) ; Texas fed stocrs. J4.OOiU-J.00. Hogs-lie- celpts today. 40,000 ; tomorrow , 20,000. left OTer , 13,000 ; 15iiS3c ( lower ; mixed and butchers. $0.7C < a0.03 ; good to cholco heavy , tO.10ao.80 ; rough heavy , $5.7&n < 3.03 ; light , $3.U5U5D5 ( ; bulk of gales. $5.00(30.03. ( Sheep -Uecelpts , 12,000 ; sheep steady to 23c low cr ; Inmbs MQSOc lower ; good to choice wet bum , S4.604JO.SO : fair to choice mixed , $3.WKN,23 [ ; western sheep , 34.UX35.30 ; nn tlve lambs , $4.00 7.20 ; western lamb * . . $4.60 © 7.20. South Omaha Live Stock. South Omnhn , June 4. Cuttle Receipts , 0.000 ; 10@15e lower ; native steers , M.H > 3 4.85 ; cows and heifers , $3.JCX24 JO : cau tiers , $2.0033.00 ; stockcra nnd feeders , $3 003 4.00 : calves , $3.00"Se.CO ; bulls. stiiRs , etc. . $3.002-1.10. Uogs Uocclpts. 13,000 ; 103 16c lower ; heavy , $3.S3fi6.00 ( : mixed , $ S S2"A " ( S0.87H : light. $5,85EiC5.00. ( pigs. M,00fl5.75. bulk of Mlcx , J5.8iHQ5.67H. Sbcep-Ke. celpts , 600 ; steady ; yearlings. J5.00JI5.75 ; wethers , S4.GOftO.25 ; ewes. $3.70ij4.CO. common anil stockers , f2.CO < Q4.00 ; lambs , | 6.767.25. _ St Joseph Live Stock. St. Joseph , Juno 4. Cattle Receipts , 3- 200 ; generally 1015c lower ; natives , $4.23 & 0.20 ; cows and heifers , I2.25&4.7Q ; stock ers and feeders , $3.G03t4.GQ. Hogs Ue- ctlpts. 8,84.4 : mostly 2ttc tower : light and tight mixed , $5.DOQ0.02H : medium and heavy. ta.OO&a.lo' ; bulk , $0.00.20.05 ; pigs , Towns In Path of Forest Flrea. St. John , N. B. , Juno 5. Word reached here from tbo Bcacoaat village of Musquash that forest fires swept that place , leaving but tbrco or four buildings standing. There are 200 people homeless and destitute. The financial loss will aggregate ever $100,000. Reports from all orer the province Indicate that fires are rushIng - Ing through the woods and that whole villages and communities arc In the inth of the general conflagration. At Mccadllly two were burned to death vhllo endeavoring to liberate cattle n a Hold. Mine Lltlgntlmi Is Compromised. San Francliico , Juno G. A. P. Morrl- on , a wealthy mining man of New York , entered Into a compromise with M. J , Smith , D , T. Jackson and \V. C. 'rico , agalnBt whom ho had brought a Eennntlorml suit to recover title to aluablo mines on the desert and 160,000 which ho alleged woVe so ured from him by fraud. There is moro catarrh in this section f the country than all other diseases ) Ut together , and until the lait few 'cars was supposed to bo incurable , for a great many years doctors pro- lounced it n local dlsCnjo and prescribed ooal remedies , nnd by constantly fall- UK to onro with local treatment , pro- louncod it incurable , Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional iecaso and therefore requires constltu- Ion treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure , manufactured by P. J. Cheney & 3o. , Toledo , Ohio , is the only constltn- lonal cure on the market , It is taken utoriially In dones from 10 drops to a eaupoonfnl. It acts directly on the ilooil nnd mucous surfaces of the sys em. They odor ono hundred dollars or any case it fails to euro. Send for irculars nud testimonials. AddroBs , P. J OHENKY Co. , Bold by drnKglsts 7Co. Toledo , 0. Hall's Pnmily Pills are the beat. MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL At Sioux City , June ilOtli to anil Including July 4th. SGO.OO TO SIOO.OO REWARD Can bo earned on this occasion by con- o'ltiR business with pleasure. In rdor that wo may place one or more liauos in every town near Sioux City , wo quote you the prices below which vill actually save yon from $50.00 to 100,00 on the purchase ot a single ) itnio. Our reasons for making this tffor is purely n business proposition Wo are in the wholesale as well as the etail piano business , and as a matter * of dvortlBomout wo make you this oflor. Onr line of pianos comprise such world unowned makes as the Emerson , 3ramer , Vose , LudwiR&Oo. , Price & Teople , Buttoll & Co. , and SO others. We not only have the largest nnd finest took of pianos in Sioux City but wo are ho only concern in the city handling > lanes exclusively. Read the following [ notations : Wo will reserve for this occasion ten llanos which have been taken back on account of parties failing to make pay ments. Three pianos , cases slightly damaged in shipping , seven pianos of nrious discontinued styles , former nice : ono , $47G.OO ; two , | 37500 ; two , 1850.00 ; ono , $ 800 00 ; and one , $250 00. ow : I&325.00 , $205.00 , $250.00 , $235.00 , U25.00 , $105.00 , and $105 00. Ope fine SmerAQU nud ono fine Vose piano , case Irfflfffy'dnmnged , one-third off * ' One peolijl bargain $133.00. Ten orgpttfe , jttory St Clark , Mason & Hnmllu , jfown , Chicago v'Oottngo , Hamilton , Jstoy nud Packard organs. All as good as though they had just come from the fnctory. Price $500 , $800 , $10.00 , § 15 00 , $35 00 , and up to $50.00. Some if these organs retail ns high ns $00.00. The above organs are for cash. However , rith interest , wo will sell on monthly MyniPiitB on one or two years time. Special inducement to teachers. Write is what day you will attend the carnival , nnd wo will hold any piano 'or ' your inspection. L H. JONKS & Co. , Wholesale Pianos , 415 4th Street , Sioux City , Iowa ijno.OO to $100 00. Rend Jones' ad. in other column. Can anyone suppose that we would double the necessary cost of our brewing without a I vital reason ? Would we spend so much on [ cleanliness ? Would we cool the I beer in plate glass rooms ? Would ' we filter all the air that touches it ? Would we age it for months ? Would we sterilize every 1 bottle ? We do it to attain absolute purity to avoic the remotest possibility of germs to make Schlitz Beer healthful. Why accept a com mon beer , brewed with out any of these pre cautions , when Schlitz Beer costs no more ? Your dealer may prefer to fur- Inish a beer that pays a little more [ profit ; but does it pay you to per Imit it ? Isn't pure beer Schlitz | Beer worth asking for ? Alkftr thl Brmtry StltllHf- For sale by Wm. G. Berner , Norfolk A J JL A' 1. V THE PEOPLES STORE Will sell for the next 15 daifconiniencing , * -ytJjk v WEDNESDAY , MAY 27 , 1903 , their entire stock of merchandise at prices that will sa e you money. Here are several articles we will mention : Granite and Crockery Ware at ONE- HALF their market value. Fancy Lawns , worth 15c to 25c yard lOc yard Fine Towelings 5c yard Fancy Shirtings 5c yard Wo haveifflaMew beautiful Pictures lef which sold at $1.00 , now only 50c Large line of Embroideries , t ' . ' . . .3ic to 6c yard All other articles in proportion. Must make room for a new stock. \ B. MEYERS & CO. Peoples Store. : & RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Chlcnco and Northwestern. NORFOLK CITV STATION. CAST. ARRIVE. DEPART. ) malm PaBeeuRT. 6:03 : am. . 6:03 : am Vordlgro Way Freight 1:10 : p m ionestacl Freight 0:00 : p m NORTH. Vercllgre Way Freight 8'10 am. . 8:15 am ioneetool Passoutfer 12:50 : p m..12:50 : p m NORFOLK JUNCTION STATION. KABT. ARRIVE. DEPART. Omaha Fait. , main lino. . . 0:05 : a m Omaha Passenger , Uouo- uteelllno , . . . 0:10am. : . 0:30 : am Chicago Limited 12:20 : p m.2UO p m \Yay Freight , main Hoe. . . 0:15 p m HOCKFrelRht. main linn. . . 0 30pm \Y y Fr'Kht.Bonestoel line 1:20 : p m loueiteol Freight , Bono- stenl line 0:15pm : WKtT. Way Frolght , main line. . . 7:00 : a m Vordlgro Praiglit 8:00 : a m ioneetocl Pneeeugor 11:55 : a m. . 12:40 p m Long Pine PaieoiiRor 1220pm Way Freight , main line . . . 5:50 : p m Black Hills Paisengor 7:30 : pm. . 7:50 : pm Freight trains ate liable to be nnnuled with out Lotico , they do not come to station plat forms and eome do not carry baggage. H. C. MATRAU , Agent. Uulon Pacific , K8T. DEPART. * Columbns Accommodation 3:30 : p m Omaha , Denver and Pacific Coast 10:50 : a m NOBllI , ARRIVE , * Colnmbns Accommodation 11:45 : am Omaha , Denver and Pacific Coast 9:15 pm Connects at Norfolk with C.&N. W. , going west antl north , ami with the C. St P. M. & O , for points north and east. J. B. ELBEFFKR , Agent , Chicago , Bt , Paul , Minneapolis and Omaha SODTII DEPART. * Sloui City and Omaha Passenger. . . 0:30 : a m Sioux City FaeeenKer l:00pm : WEST. ARRIVE. * Sloux City Passenger 10:50 : a m Sioux City and Omaha Patsenger 7:25 pm Connects at Norfolk with Of. & N. W. , going west and north , and with the 0. P. for points tontli. J. B. ELBEFFEB , Agent. Daily except Sunday , BUSINESS DIRECTORY , J. B. HERMANN , CONTRACTOR and BUILDER No. 117 Fourth Street. INSKEEP'S MILLINERY. Chcapett and Uest. Norfolk Avenue. J.W.EDWARDS TUB Hoflomranoer All Work Guirinluil. Corner of Bransch Ave. and Fourth The Northwestern LINE ONLY DOUBLE TRACK Railroad between fllssourl River and Chicago. Direct line to St. Paul-Min neapolis. Direct line to Black Hills. Apply to nearest agent for rates , maps and time Cards. Grocery Department. . Lion and Arbuckle's Coffee , package 9c Coffees worth 15c and 25c pound , only 106 D. C. . .Soap- bars 25c Lenox Soap , 8 bars 25c Santa Claus Soap , 8 bars 25c California Canned Fruits , can 16c Tobaccos , two packages for 5c 3-lb. Can Tomatoes , can lOc T ill GIVEN AWAY Married or Single , in Northeast Nebraska. The Norfolk News wishes to increase the circulation of both The Daily News and The Weekly News-Journal. In order to do this and do it effectively , this paper will on' OCTOBER 15 , 1903 , Give Away , FItEE , a Handsome Driv ing Horse , a Fine , Rubber-Tired Runabout , and a Complete Set of Harness to the Lady Receiving the Largest Number of Votes in this contest up until 12 O'CLOCK NOON on that day. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to vote in this contest. How will you go about it to secure this magnificent prize ? Here you are : SUBSCRIBER'S BALLOT. $ & $ > & & & $ > 3 The Norfolk News : Enclosed find § for . . . . . subscription to The Norfolk Dally News , The Norfolk Weekly News-Journal , > ( Enxee Ono Not Wanted , ) . - . , With it I cost votes for of Nebraska , as my ohoico iu The News Horse and Baggy Contest. ' Received above amount. FREE VOTE. The Norfolk News Popular Prize Contest , NO , 8 , I ! 4 > < l I hereby vote for & * 2 k v of ; . . , Nebraska , as my choice in X 1 , The Norfolk News Free Horse and Buggy Contest. & x ( This Coupon , when clipped from The News and properly < | - fllled out counts for ONE VOTE , if deposited' before Saturday 1 , noon , June 13,1003. x.