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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1902)
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sooiiiid oliiM imUtiir.
Talnjilioiion t Kdllnrlnl nnimrlmniit , No. 22 |
Iliiilimim Olllco mid Jolt ftoomn. No. 322.
Oovoritor BIIVUKO'H next move will
probably bo to faint Hurtloy.
It iHiwiiltmtllmt the power of commuting -
muting Hciitinu'oH Hliouhl not bo in the
hniulH of ouo mini. *
JVilwpt the IIIWH anil the courts are
nl fun It and if HO ( lovornor SIIVUKH
* Hhould attempt thi'ir rom-rtlon.
Should Trwmnror SluHViir ili'slro to
p > wrong ho Hhould hiiNten to do HO
while dm pardoning power ie tH with
If ( Uwnrnnr SuviiK" will tf
the poniteiitlnry roll * ho will probably
llnd ninny ot horn whoHO punishment IIIIM
boon commniimimto with thulr crimes.
The Hot ) HiiyH : "It , wan publicly
clmrgiMl and can bo proved that u largo
mini , Hiiid to Imvo biuin over $110,000 , was
hold out us iiu inducoiunnt to mumro
"Burtloy's pardon from Governor 1'oyn-
The Worldllorahl IIIIH wlnoly re
frained from committing ItHulf editor-
iully on Governor Savage's action. Per-
baj.H the wordH of commendation it of-
furred when Diirtloy WIIH parolud still
It is rumored that Congressman
"Neville will not bo a candidate for ro-
election. It in not improbable that the
rumor was stixrtod by friends of the
Btatemiwn , who consider that his norvico
to the Sixth is about fnltlllod and that
other hungry statesmen might Imvo n
try nt it. Mr. Neville will probably
Imvo Homothing to nay , himpolf.
, Though editorially Hllont , having scon
-its fondest hopes rudely shattered by tlu
indiHuriminiite hand of Governor Suv-
ixgo the State Journal hikes the floor
Hong enough to attempt an alihl for the
-jwoplo of Lincoln and lay the blame foi
the "prosHuro" npon the people of
Omaha. It discloses another feature of
the tutuution in it "More or LCHS Per
sonal" column , laying more of the
Irardoii on the governor , lu the follow
ing : "A NebraHku man calls the at-
tuntlon of The Journal to ono phase of
I the case that ho thinks should not go
/ -without uotieo. 'I signed the petition
' to the governor to pardon .Too Hartley , '
ho nays , 'but when 1 signed it Mr.
3oyjitor wis : governor. I suid that if a
populist governor found suilloiont roa-
BOUH for exorcising the pardoning power
1 would bo willing to support him to the
ojrtout of signing the petition. I thought
that the signatures of republicans were
wanted to protect Governor Poyuttr
against partisan attack , to take the
thing oat of politics , as it wore. To ask
republican governor to do the same
thing is dilTerout. I happen to know
that do/mis of men signed the petition
= -vti'uvor dreaming f6r u minute that it
would bo held and presented to a repub
lican ' "
Editors and publishers Imvo boon con
siderably stirred up by n curd eout out
by n Chicago concern informing thorn
.that the postoillco oillcialB have ruled
"that ti subscription to any publication
Centered as second-class matter must bo
Hsoontinnod vrhou. the time for which
it IB paid in advance has expired. " Such
ruling would provo detrimental to al-
anost every publisher in the country as
Treryfow of them have a strictly cash
in-advance subscription lint nnd is of
raoh n radical nature that it might well
muse alarm if it was considered that the
department would dare promulgate such
nn ordor. The result of sanding these
cards 1ms caused the department oflloials
to bo boslogod with messages from pub
lishers in all parts of the country and the
postmaster general has been impelled to
make n statement to the asssociatod
press douying that such a ruling has
been mado. By way of explanation he
admitted that an assistant had ruled a
Uow York publication from second-class
privileges because it could not show
that its subscriptions wore paid in ad
vance nud was undoubtedly justified in
doing sa , as many publications make no
more pretense to a subscription list than
is necessary to secure them the second
class privilege. The department is con
fronted by a very serious proposition
under this head and ono wHo.U it should
1)6 aid d in solving by all the legitimate
publishers of the country. There are r
largo number of these wildcat publica
tious that harden the mails , are a uni-
eance to postofllcu patrons and injurious
to legitimate publications , Their in
come is derived from advertising which
is increased with the increased number
of papers they can force on the people.
The advertising is not infrequently of
the "fake" sort , for which big rates ore
j ld , as the income is clear profit and of
the sort that catohes the unwary with
their glittering inducements and offers.
It is of u character not acceptable to
publications with any sort of standing
and the entire business of the publica
tions IH without bonollt. ( u iinyono oxoi'pt
tint piibllHhoiH and udvortiHurrt. Tlumo
inMli'nlloiiH are over remly to work on
the Hympiithy of legitimate puhlMiorH if
hey are brought to time nnd it IH not
.inprobiiblo . that the above mentioned
caul WIIH itiHpIrod by tliem. They pro-
: H > HO to flcourn the second-claim rate if
lOHNiblo and depend upon the publtHherii
they Injure to help them in doing it ,
\vherean nil nuoh Hhould desire that they
10 excluded from privilege ,
FOOLED THb UJLONEL ,
The AVny 1'nililr llrnimlwnn Oiitmn-
nriiA rri-il Illn Hiilicrlnr.
The colonel , or "Old Diuldy , " as ho
WIIH imuiilly culled , hud a linblt of
Htnilllug round the camps at immt mi-
HciiHoiuihle bourn. Sentries had to lie
continually on the alert , for nothing
would hin'c glv n "Old Dnddy" gteut-
cr nallHfiiclloii than to have jmiiiiced
in Home lncklt'HH one who might think
.he midnight hours milluhlo for u ( inlet
I'utlily Mniiinlgun made that mlHlako
once. There lu the quiet moonlight
he sat , all uncoiiHcloim of the eoloiiel'H
lU'CHcnco , IIH ! rllle laid nguliiHt the tent ,
lilumeir bui'leil In Hlnmber. Oeiilly thu
rllle WIIH lifted from HH place. Hut
Home good nngel invoke I'ndily In time
to see the colonel making bin way to
the guard tent. Paddy inlRHcd lilt ) fllle
at once and followed the colonel with
the caution of u prairie cat.
OulHlde the guard tent Htond the
wooden ruek which held the rllles of
the guard , and Into It "Old Daddy" plac
ed Paddy'H rllle , hlniHelf entering the
tent to call thu Hergeunt In charge.
Tills WIIH Paddy'H opportunity. lie
grabbed liln rltlo and was back nt his
poHl In mi liiHtant. The colonel brought
the Hcrgcunt outside nnd ordered him
to count the rldcH.
"All correct , sir , " said the sergeant.
"Nothing of the sort. There Is an ex
tra rlllo there. That I am certain of ,
for 1 put It there myself. "
"I beg your pardon , sir , but the num
ber IH quite correct , " again replied the
somewhat amazed sergeant
"Como with me come with mo this
liiHtaut , and I'll soon let you sec what
1 menu. "
The sergeant followed his chief , won
dering what won going to happen.
"Halt ! Who goes there ? " rang out
clear and sharp In the night air from
the now wideawake Paddy.
This was more than "Old Daddy"
had ever dreamed of. For a moment he
was paralyzed. Then he marched
straight up to Paddy , gazed Into his
sweetly Innocent face and , with n
"Well , I'm blowed , " turned ou hla heel
and vanished. Scotsman.
Bltzer Charged With Murder.
Turner's Fulls , Mass. , Jan. 1. Louis
Bltror , the Jeweler who shot and killed
his clerk , Miss Ida Columbc , and his
G-yenr-old son and attempted to take
the lives of his wife and two other
children yostoiday , wan taken to the
Franklin county Jail In GroontloV. He
will bo given a hearing In the dlstrlcl
court today. Friends of Dltzer aver
that he was Insane when ho commit
ted the murders , but the officers say
they have secured no evidence to buur
out that claim.
Chinese Court Returns In January.
Poking , Jan. 1. The Chinese court
will proceed by train from Pao Ting
Fu for Poking Jan. 7. The Russian
minister to China , M. Paul Lesmir , has
Informed the Chinese plenlpoten
tiarlca that the Russian government
will refuse to modify the Manchurlan
treaty and the situation Is practically
Mathls Indicted for Murder.
Oxford , Miss. , Jon. 1. The grand
Jury returned true bills against Wil
Mating OrHndo Lester , Whit Owens
and Hill Jackson for the murder of the
two MontgoiUfirys , deputy United
States marshals'who had gone to ar
rest Mathls for moouhlnlug.
l awronco Helx , colored , was sen
tenced Thursday to bo hanged at 1'u
eblo during the week of April 13
Holx was convicted of killing William
White and Miss Alllo , both colored
two montli ago. Thin 'is the firs
death sentence since the restoration
of capital punishment In Colorado
. , I j I '
Sybil Sanderson Engaged.
New York , Jan. 1. A special to tha
Herald from Philadelphia says tha
Mme. Sybil Sanderson has just an
nounced her engagement to Cointo
Henri do Fltz James. The ceremony
will take place in Paris some Urn
late in January.
Senator Berry IB Better.
Little Rock , Ark. , Jan. 2. Reports
from Bcntonvllle yesterday stated tha
Senator James H. Berry's condition
has improved materially and that ho
expects to leave tomorrow for Wash
Found Dead With Skull Crushed.
Sioux City , Jan. 2. Lars Alexsen , a
wealthy farmer near Audubon , la. , ha
been found dead with his skill
crushed In , He was undoubtedly mur
dered. No motive la known for th
George Huesman , the Cincinnati po
liceman who was publicly degarded
and dismissed last fall for having
spoken disrespectfully of Presldeu
MpKlhloy when ho was shot , wa
Thursday declared Insane and sent to
Son's Disgrace Drives to Suicide.
Clinton , la. , Jan. 3. John Ha ten
committed eulclde here by taking
carbolic acid. It is said ho was de
spondent because his son wau In jal
ervlns a sentence for intoxication.
General Seamans Dying.
Washington , Jan. 3. General Set
mans has lapsed Into a conmtoH
condition. His death is believed to b
a question of but a few hours.
THE ISOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 3 , i 02
Doth Sides Claim Enough Votes
to Control Legislature ,
FEW MEMBERS ARE UNPLEDGED.
ipenkerahlp In the Balance , With
Odds In Favor of Foraker's Man.
ConyrcBsmnn Dick Decides to Take
a Hand In the Struggle ,
ColuinlitiH , O. , Jan. 3. The contest
lotwuon Ilopuhlleuii factlonu over the
organization of the luKlHltituru IB Htlll '
n doubt HO far IIH the hoiwo la con * '
curnuil. The cliilniH of ulthor faction ,
rontil Inillcutu that onu ok-niont IB
confident of Prlco huromlni ; speaUur
uul tins other of McKlnnon winning , '
nit the iiffortn of hoth nhow that thuio
ire yrt "votuH to Rot" by whomsoever '
locomen npuakur. The Hut of tin-1
( ; ( ; ( nicinburH IIHH boon reduced
o half ni do/.un. Thuao HX ! uru nulcl
o have tnado no jlodicH to ulthor
aide , and It IH conceded that they hold
ho balance of power.
A dlftpatch WUB received late last
night that General Dick would arrlvo
uTO today and will asHiitno direction
of the Hiinna forces. Cox IB In charge
of the antl-llanna fort-en and the con-
est now IB Hharply between Cox and
Jlck us well as between the Ohio
senators. There has been reports -
ports that this was not a contest In
which Senator Hiinna was Interested
llicctly or personally or ho would bo
n Ohio now to give the situation his
personal attontlon , as Senator For-
nicer Is doing. Some of the Prlco
inon who are snld to hav shared In
his opinion and who said they would
mvo supported McKlnnon for speaker
f Senator Ilanna had personally requested -
quested thorn to do so , received letters -
tors from Senator Banna in which ho
not only makes this request , but also
ROCS Into a history of his experience
since the election Inst November. He
says ho endorsed Prlco and others
and was anxious for such an agree
ment as would avoid any contest till
krk fm.nrl tlint alnirin liflfl hnAtl mniln
up for both the senate and the houao
Republican caucus with all his friends
loft out. Senator Hanna insists that
there has been a conspiracy agatnsl
lilm and his friends and appeals
strongly for McKlnnon , Uhl and
The spoakershlp Is still In the bal
ance , with odds In favor of Prlco.
SUICIDE LEAVES CONFESSION.
Admlsalonof Crime May Be Means of
Liberating Supposed Perpetrator.
Columbus , O , , Jan. 3. The confes
sion of Walter Wrngg , a supposed
sulcldo in Plttsburg , may be the
moans of liberating Thomas Carter , a
Hamilton county jylaonor , who Is
serving a 20-year sentence In the Ohio
penitentiary for manslaughter. Wragg
In his confession to a Plttsburg paper
said that ho and a companion had
held up n saloon keeper named Hltz-
lor In Cincinnati In July , 1896 , and In
a fight which ensued llltzlor was
killed. As they ran away from the [
saloon Wragg says he shot at a man
who was running toward him. Carter
says ho Is the man referred to ; that
hearing the shooting in the saloon
he ran to see what the trouble was.
Ho claims ho was wounded In the
uhoulder. When ho reported the as
sault to the police he was taken Into
custody and charged with the murder.
Ho was convicted of manslaughter
and sentenced to 20 years.
ACCEPTS THE RESIGNATION.
Governor Dockery Will Appoint Suc
cessor to Judge Held for Contempt.
Kansas City , Jan. 3. Governor
Dockery has accepted the resignation
of H. S. Peden , Judge of the St. Clalr
county court , who Is held a prisoner
in the Jackson county Jail for con
tempt of the federal court in refusing
to vote a , levy to pay the repudiated
bonds of St. Clalr county. Governor
Dockery states that he will appoint
a successor to Judge Peden who will
be at liberty to meet with Judge
Walker , the only county Judge not in
custody , and dispose of the county's
long neglected business. Judge
Peden'a situation will not be affected
by the governor's action and he will
remain in jail for the remainder of
his term if Judge Phillips docs not or
der him released In the meantime.
Pedestrians Break Records.
St. Louis , Jan. 3. Shelton , Cart-
wright and Fahey lowered the world's
24-hour go-au-you-pleaso record for a
IG-lap track here last night. They
were on the track 24 hours straight.
Shelton also lowered the 50 miles rec
ord to 6 hours and 1 minute. Tracey
was compelled to leave the track yes
terday on account of Illness. Ho re
turned later in the afternoon and has
Wen going great guns. From seventh
place ho has gone into fifth and Is
leading the others a merry chase.
Hegelman , the New York German , is
going at a steady gait and appears to
bo In better shape than any of his op
Call on the President.
Washington , Jan. 3. Senator Per
kins of California Introduced to the
president Professor Campbell , super
intendent and director of the Lick ob
servatory , and Professor Simon New-
combo , the celebrated astronomer.
Professor Campbell Invited the presi
dent to visit the Lick observatory.
The president told htm that It was
his intention to make a trip to the Pa
cific coast next summer and that If
his plans were carried out It would
give him great pleasure to visit the
LITTLE PROGRESS IN SAMAR.
I _ MMM
GeneriM Chnffec Will Visit the Island
.4 to Investigate.
Manila , Jan. 2. Lluiitumint Charles
D. HiioduH of the Sixth cavalry , no
connmnled by two orderlies , when
tvltlfyi six miles of Manila yesterday ,
cnmo' icrosB 20 armed Insurgents In
a cuai'injl or barracks. The Insur
gents Blunted "Americanos , " and
Lieutenant Ithodcs feigned a retreat ,
but really ho took the cuartul In the
flank , drove out the Insurgents , cap
turing two rifles , two revolvers and
pome ammunition. Rhodes then
burned the barracks and proceeded to
General Whoaton's report from the
Inland of Samar Indicates that Itttln
has been accomplished there. The
attitude of the natives Is oven more
unfriendly than over before. General
Chaffeo will probably visit the Island
In order to Investigate the state of
affairs prevailing there. On the other
hand , In Halnngas province , the or
ganized campaign against the liiHiir-
KPiitq Is progressing favorably and
B | ) < v results arc expected.
MILLION NOT YET SECURED.
Jubilee Endowment Fund of Y. M. C.
A. Makes Slow Progress.
Now York , Jan. 2. Although the of
ficers of the International committee
.of the Y. M. C. A. in this city weio
kept open all of yesterday no contribu
tions to the million-dollar Jubilee en
dowment fund were received. The to
tal amount remained at Tuesday
night's figures , $789,750. The Ilov.
Richard C. Morse of the International
committee said that ho had hopes
thattoday's mall might bring sub
scriptions that would complete the
fund. Of thu amount subscribed , fully
$300,000 IB conditional on a million
being raised by Jan. 1. Subscriptions
nent In loiters mailed before * , Jan. 1
could bo include 1 in the fund and that
leaves a bare chance that the million
may be raised.
Maryland Legislature Meets.
Annapolis. Md. , Jan. 2. The gen
eral assembly of Maryland began Its
deliberations yesterday and after a
brief session ndlourned for a week
In order to all time to make up the
committees. The fact that notices oC
contests for the seats of six Repub
licans In the house and one In the
senate were presented Indicates that
the Democrats desire a more com
fortable working majority. The com
ing election of ai United States sen
ator created but llttlo comment , as It
Is believed that Mr. Gorman will have
no dlfllculty In securing the prize
when the balloting begins.
Power Will Make Appeal.
Minneapolis , Jan. 2. The attorneys
of Peter Power declare that their
client will appeal from the decision of
Judge Lochren dissolving the Injunc
tion against the retirement of North
ern Pacific preferred stock to the
United States court of appeals at St.
Louis. George A. Lamb , Power's
principal attorney , says this can bo
done In a very short time , not more
than BX or seven days. Mr. Power
declares that ho has Just begun to
fight and denies with great emphasis
that ho brought the suit In collusion
with the merger Interests.
Grain Dealers to Meet.
Des Molnes , Jan. 2. President B.
A. Lockwood of the National Grain
Dealers' association announces that
a meeting of the executive committee
will bo held In Chicago the first week
in March , when the plans for holding
next year's meeting will bo arranged.
Lester Found Guilty of Murder.
Oxford , Miss. , Jan. 2. Orlando Les
ter , the negro on trial hero charged
with being an accomplice In the mur
der of the two Montgomerys , was last
night found guilty of murder In the
first degree. The Jury was out only
Death of James W. Reid.
Lewlston , Ida , ' Jan. 2. James W.
Reid , ex-congressman from North
Carolina , died here yesterday after an
Illness of several months. H ? was
one o ( the best known public men of
the state. He came to Idaho In 1887.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
Young Peter Jackson defeated
Jimmy Handler In the third round at
Dr. Charles Harbordt , ono of the
most widely known chemists and
metallurgists In Mexico , Is dead.
Fire nearly wiped out the town of
Foreman , Ark. , Wednesday. The loss
was $32,500. The fire was of incen
Terry McGovern and Dave Sullivan
agreed to fight before the Yosomlto
Athletic club of San Francisco the
second week In February.
President Castro of Venezuela Is
sued a decree declaring the revolu
tionary steamer Llberatador a pirate
and offering a reward of $10,000 for
Owing to an outbreak of smallpox
in some of the Philippine islands the
civil commission has prepared an act
for the compulsory vaccination of all
persons in the islands.
Joe Bernstein of New York was
awarded the decision over Tommy
White of Chicago Wednesday at the
end of 15 , rounds of fighting before
Uio West End club , St. Louts.
Two men giving their namea as
Harry Williams and Charles Morgan
wore arrested by the Milwaukee po
lice , charged wltht wholesale operat
Ing in forged checks in northern lum
Hon. James W. Newman died at
Portsmouth , O. , Wednesday of apoplexy
plexy , Ho was for many years promInent
Inont In Ohio politics as a Democratic
editor , He was elected secretary of
state In 1884.
( J. A.fMJIKAItr I'BKHIDKNT. .
. W. II. J01INHON ,
OIIAB. B. IIIU1XIK , VlCK I'BCSIUKNT. LKO 1'AHKWALK , ' .
< BdXX 4LJ 4 II n4I\ ABS'T CAHIIIK.
The Citizens National Bank.
Capital , $50,000. Surplus , 85,000.
Bay HU.I . Anil oioliaUKo on tliie country nn.l nil parts of Knro.o. Kurm Lonn .
S S S'JXjVyK ; * ? ) < $ XHKJ > $4xxSK
ff * .
| Is the Place Where T
you can buy
I For Thirty Days.
will close out his
| entire stock of
fMen's Clothing ,
Under r and WHITE HOUSE
| Mocha. COFFEE lava. $
Slioes with your breakfast. It has a flavor that's all
| , Its t own you don't get it in any i other brand.
It Is aotd by nil grocers in I and 3-pound cans only.
Packed and sealed by us and guaranteed full weight.
| At Cost ! PWINELL-WRIGHT CO.Boston.
IALSO CAPS , GLOVES AND MITTENS.
| Come in and look at my stock ofiTGoods
| and buy what you need. Also carry the best
I lines of Groceries , Flour , Maple Syrup , Teas'and
I Coffees on the market. You can't miss the
I place next door east of Postoffice.
! A. G. BOHNERT , Proprietor.
H. T. HOLDEN
loincopiithlc IMivRicInn and Snrgcoi
OIllco , Citizens National Dank Building.
Sanitarium and Itoslilonco , Main and 13th Si
Telephone 9 ,
N irfolk , - -
[ ) R. N. J. HOAGLAND ,
) icases both acute nnd chronic Brccepefully
treated \\ithout use of drugs or knlfo
liouo No. F 51 , Olllre nt residence ,
109 North 10th Street ,
Norfolk , - - -
J. COLE ,
Olllce over Citizen's National Hank. Resldenci
one block north of Congregational church ,
Norfolk , - Nebraska
Op stairs lu Cotton block , over Danm'e stor.
First-class work guaranteed ,
Norfolk , . - Nebrask *
] VRSSADIE HART MILLER.
Rooms ever Hnyes' Jewelry House , Norfolk
POWERS & HAYS ,
Attorneys at Law.
Rooms 10,11 and 12 , Mast block ,
Norfolk - - - Nebraski
SESSIONS & BELL ,
Undertakersmid Embalmer ,
Sessions Elk. , Norfolk ATS.
Norfolk , Nobraskt
See ! O ! See !
You Will Have to Hustle if You Fol
Now Look at this , will you ? IThis is
the price of Groceries :
Sugar , 20 Ins for $1 00
Package Coffee 12
Japan Tea. beet , per Ib 40
Lynn Soap , 12 bars for 25
Diamond Soap , 8 bars for 25
Diamond 0 Soap , 12 bars for. 25
No.l Sweet Corn , per can 07
Tomatoes , par can OS
Gal. Corn Hyrnp 35
1 Ib can Baking Powder 10
Klbcan Baking Powder 05
Crackers , par Ib 07
Champion Lyepor ' can OS
Cider Vinegar , 'per gal 15
Navy Beans , per Ib 05
Chewing Tobacco , perlb 25
SrrokliiR Tobacco , perlb 15
Be pkg Smoking Tobacco 03
Candy , perlb 07
Noson'i ! Boat Baking Chocolate , per Ib. , . 30
CabbnKS.par Ib . , 03
Salt , per barrel 1 40
Salt , Rock , psr cwt 65
Prunes , perlb , . . , . 04
CobPipoi,2 for 05
No , 1 Brooms 23
Crocks , per gal 08
JDKI , P r gal. 09
Tin ] and Granite ware chtapor than you can
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRRY and TRMSFERj LINE
Piano Moving a Special t ]
'Phone 58. Calls Promptly Answered
Pacific Hotel ,
Special rates made to hoarders
by week or month. HOOUIH
Steam Heated uml Electric
Rooms on'North Ninth Street
HENRY'E. RYDER ,
PIANO , YIOLirl AND ORGAN.
Spcc'nl riandolln and QoUar Lessons 250.
Voice Culture a Specialty.
For I'lamliiDg , Steam FilliDg. I'mnps. TanVi
And nil work in this line call v ! } } } .
First door West of Ahlman's Blcyclo I Jliop.
Leave orders at Telephone B 231.
Horses Bought and
Braoflcn Avenue > DLlnlIC
and Third St. rhUNt
. H. & JR. V. 8. t } . , IB the best to and
SUGAR , BEET FIELDS
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