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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1901)
TI1M NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTHMUEK 27. JOOL
AT THE NORFOLK AUDITORIUM ,
GBO. H. SPBAR , Manaser.
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The Norfolk J4euus
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The Jtmriuil , established 1S77 ,
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Talniihones : Kdltorlal Department , No. 12 ;
linsluoBS Oillco aud Job Rooms. No. 822.
For Jmlftn of tlio Bniiremo Court
S. H. BUKIWICK . York
For Hc outa of tlio State University
C. J. EHNST . Lincoln
H. L.Quou > .
Kor conuty treasurer . H. C , MILKS
For county dark . Pint , HAUCH
For county judge . Juixir. M. J. Moun
For county superintendent. . . . J. II HAUNKS , jr
ForitierllT . J. J OLKMKNT *
For county surveyor . , . \V.H.Lo\\s
For county coroner . Du. D. H.'McMAiiAji
For county commlisloner JAS Kosiuoitovai
Now that the fnsionists Imvo hndthoii
Bay the county campaign ratty be said
to be fairly opened with an excitinf
finish in prospect.
Prospects for a republican victory on
the county ticket this fall are consider *
bly brightened since the fuslouists delib
The festive soda water in an Iowa
drug store got in a rage , exploded the
fountain and killed a 10-year-old boy.
Talk about strong drinks.
The republicans are inclined to think
that the fusion convention worked for
their success at the polls this fall in nu
entirely disinterested manner.
The Atchison Glob suggests that the
court sentencing Ciolgosz might do a
very appropriate thing by having the
villain electrocuted on Thanksgiving
President Roosevelt objects to being
the first to institute a method of protec *
tiou that will tend to prevent assassin !
from accomplishing their purpose ant
which at the same time will make thf
president virtually a prisoner. H <
argues wisely and bravely that if any
one is determined to kill him they wil
Hud an opportunity to do so sooner 01
later , despite all precautions that maj
be taken , and doesn't propose to b <
worried about the matter. Undoubted ! ;
the bebt plan to prevent such tragedie
s to got rid of any class of people that
mrbor Hitch intentions and take pride
n itn execution.
\nothor argument in favor of banks
was made at Wheeling , We.it Virginia ,
: ho other day when u livo-yenr-old
: > oy got hold of n sock containing
! ? lf > 00 of the savings of his parents ,
which after ho had played with
t short time , ho carelessly throw away
ind it was picked up by somootio
who at latest reports had not decided
to return it. Ordinary discretion would
dictate that such a sum should bo
placed in a good bank and not allowed
to become the plaything of babies.
13. F. Morearty , formerly clerk uf the
Douglas county court , and later a mem
ber of the Omaha city council , is one of
the first to desert the fusion ship since
the convention of populists aud demo
crats. Ho announces that in the future
ho will be found working for the suc
cess of the republican party county ,
state and national. Ho was formerly a
democrat , afterward joining the popu
lists and rather than return to his first
love decided to join the party of prog
ress the republican party. When
leaving ho paid his respects to the party
in the following epitaph : "Populist
nartv. boru.lnlv 4.1892. atOmnhn. Neb. .
died at Lincoln , Neb. , September 17 ,
1001 , aged 11 years and 3 months.
iause of death , overdose of democracy. "
It is suggested , in view of the fact
the division of the state insane hospi
tals into three parts for the gratifica
tion of local ambitions was a senseless
and expensive one , " that while Norfolk
asylum is being rebuilt it might be con
structed with view to taking care of
all the insane patients of the state. This
arrangement would place the patients
under one management and be a great
saving in the expense of caring for the
state's unfortunates. Besides it is said
that the Lincoln institution is an old
building and will have to be rabuilt in
the course of a few years and while the
state is about it the Norfolk in.-tltution
could bo made a substantiol aud com
modious modern structure. Lincoln's
local ambition should be in a large de
gree satisfied with the capital buildings ,
the peuotentiary , the university and
the several other state buildings there.
Norfolk would bo pretty well satisfied
with one of the state institutions.
There is no reason why the local ambi
tions of ono city should corner every
thing on the market. No'ifolk , on be
half of the north half of the stateinsists
that only fairness is desired.
J.C. YOCUM ,
RESIDENT PIANO TUNER
Ofllco with J D. Sturgeon ,
NouroLK , - - NKIIUASKA.
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Norfolk , . . Nebra in
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