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Telephone" ! Itdltorlnl Department ,
No. 23 , Iltmlneiu Offlc * nnd Job Hoomn ,
Good loniln linvo boon demonstrated
toy the present BOHBOH to lie n neces-
nlty In Nebraska where tlii'ro aio or-
illnnrlly good nml perfect highways by
Roumnnla should have the tlu\n1 < H
of Russia for doing tlmt which the
Russian Koveinment Itself appeared
to lie unnhlo to accomplish , nnil place
out of the wny a very troublesome
LnwBou may succeed In teaching
the people of KniiBiiH HoniuthliiK about
the Jlu JetHii of octopuses , but they
nro pretty smooth people , themselves ,
and It la possible tlmt their necom-
lillshmonls In that direction will equal
It IH almost osHcntlnl that Russia
iihonld linvo HOIIIO loyal Honinen on the
portion of Its licet supposed to bo
ntlll under government control before
It can make any effectlvo headway
against the Knlnz Potcmklno , or nth-
or vessel tlmt rofiiRCB to longer bo
governed by the c/.nr's oIllclalH.
ThlngB tire beginning to loolc BUS-
plc.hniBly lllto the Japs were almost
ready to engage In another winning
battle in the Kar Kant. Llnevltehhns
reported a victory to the C7.nr , nnd
under KuropatUIn this waa an alinoHt
Infallible algn that the Japanese were
on the o\e of a bloody hut successful
John 11. Rockafeller la up to now
tricks. Ills pastor at Cleveland was
presented with a basket of potatoes In
each of which wan found a five dollar
lar gold pleco. "Whether the oil king
thought that potato would remove the
tnlnt , or whether It wns merely meant
ns n. pleasant surprise for the preach
er's wlfo when she cnmo to prepare
the spuds for dinner hns not been
The story comes from Itorlln tlmt
Kmperor William Is compelled to ex
orcise great economy In making both
ends meet. Ills Income of a million
pounds Is found to bo Inadequate to
Ills needs. Ho receives no salary as
emperor of Germany , but his Income
Is from his olllco as king of Prussia
ixnd as n private land owner. If ,
however , ho Is dissatisfied , ho might
IInil those who are. willing to assume
the job and the Income.
In spite of the agitation that has
been made In favor of a safe and sane
Fourth the total number of casualties
this year now exceed those of the
nntal day last year by some eleven
deaths and 120 Injuries. The Chlcn-
KO Tribune's figures for this year show
GO dead and 3.100 Injured. Something
stronger than agitation and laws may
have to be devised to prevent patriot
ic Americans from sacrificing life and
limb to the Glorious Fourth.
Tom Lawson Is In Kansas telling
the people of that state how to best
throttle the octopuses that they have
tackled. While there he should not
fail to meet MMHO of the fathers of
the movement who came Into fame
through the populist uprising and
made It their special duty to declare
against the organized wealth that I-nw-
son Is now fighting right In the heart
of Its strength. An exchange of Ideas
might he of permanent value to both.
It Is asserted In certain quarters
that the Panama canal will never be
built. People who make such a state
ment evidently do not realize the de
termination of President Roosevelt , or
the American people who will Insist
on a president to follow him of the
same will and spirit. "Work on the
canal will certainly be prosecuted
during Mr. lloosovelt's term and the
people can be rolled upon to see that
It Is afterward continued to comple
The excessive rains of the Missouri
valley have at last resulted In a swellIng -
Ing of the nig Muddy until its banks
are no longer capable of holding It
nnd the water Is flooding the lowlands
In a manner that threatens much val
uable property. If not life. The de
layed June floods are making them
selves manifest much further north
than usual and there will be new lo
calities , beyond a doubt , to register
a demand for a scientific and perma
nent control of the stream.
President Roosevelt and the coun
try is to be congratulated that Ellhu
Hoot , ex-cecretary of war , has been
Induced to a rain become a member
of the R xBOvelt cabinet ns successor
to the late Secretary of Htate Hay
He IB thoroughly qualified for the most
Important cabinet omco nnd will give
service that will bo appreciable to the
people. The death of Secretary Hay
meant n serloiiB IOBB to the proBldent'fl
political family , but the man chosen
In his place will compensate for much
An Indiana traveling man has run
counter to the aiitl-clgarelte law In
that Btato nnd IH now serving out a
Iwenty-nlno day sentence In default
if a payment of a fine of $25 nnd
costs. No Rlmllnr case 1ms yet come
ip In Nebraska , In fact It IH not
known that there bun been a viola
tion of the law , denlcra and others
apparently having agreed to abldo by
the statute rather than to run the
risk of prosecution for a few cents of
While mniiy people from nil paitn
of the country are hitting the trail
for Portland , "The Trail" at the ex
position has been hit by the Sunday
closing rule of the exposition man
agement. and there waa nothing doing
there last Sunday. The concession
alres proposed to open up whether the
management lilted It or not Hut
when the guards received orders to
close them by force If necessary In
event they opened up , the people own
Ing the concessions thought better of
the matter and remained closed.
nenoral Llnovlteh Is having his ox
perlences with mutinous spirits the
same ns IH Admiral Krugor , according
to all accounts. It Is reported from
l mdon via Toklo tlmt the general
has sentenced a number of his otll-
eers to death for clrculutlng seditious
lltoraluro. H Is another line of evi
dence that Russia should either try
a republic or know the delights of
anarchy. With the army nnd navy
and the people anil some of the gov
ernment olllclals In a position con
trary to the c/.ar It would seem that
the empire Is ( ihont on Its last pins.
It Is not much cause for wonder
that the little Japs have been able to
wrest victory after victory from Its
big antagonist since the beginning of
the war when the same country Is
completely cowed by one rebel war
ship. If the terrorists had but half
n dozen warships nnd 100,000 men
under arms the czar's government
would bo about as good ns out of the
running. Russia will have no right
to be classed as one of the world's
great powers until there shall bo a
very different sort of evidence of her
capacity for fighting and governing.
Editor Rosewnter has again been
cleared of libel , this time In the Howell -
ell case. It Is being demonstrated by
the Nebraska courts' that a person
bringing n libel suit must have a very
clear case of malicious nnd damaging
statement unsupported by fact. Ed
itors of Nebraska papers will bo grot
Itled to know that they should not fear
ii case of libel every time n person's
name appears In print In a connection
that ho does not like. Kditors usually
have troubles enough of their own
without defending themselves In every
foolish charge of libel that may bo
brought by an angry reader.
After a service of twenty-two years
In n capacity of honor in the country ,
Senator Mitchell has been declared
guilty by a jury of his peers of put
ting his olllco to a debased use , and
whether other trials or technicalities
of the law succeed In warding off
punishment or not , he can never again
hold the confidence of the people of
his state or the country. It Is laws
and courts that sift out those who err
In high ofllce that have the respect
and endorsement of the entire people
nnd It Is to be desired that such trials
aa these will prevent others high In
olllce from violating the trust that has
been placed In them. They must be
honorable and trustworthy.
The hopes of Kansas to have a
state oil refinery have gone glimmerIng -
Ing , and with it the ambition of sev
eral other states to go and do like
wise If It promised success. The supreme
premo court hns declared that the
law Is unconstitutional and the Kan
sas fighters of Coal Oil Johnnie will
have to begin over again or acknowl
edge a disastrous defeat. If the Kan-
snns are real sincere In their fight
this will be a stimulant rather than
a dose of Knockout drops to their am
bition and they will see that the con
stitution Is so fixed that they may
have a state refinery if that is the
only way of meeting the octopus in
the fight that has been Inaugurated.
When It comes to salaried office ,
the sultan of Turkey Is the high-up-
pest in the bunch of world rulers , re
ceiving $10.000.000 a year. His coun
try Is neither rich nor his rule honor
able throughout , but he somehow
knows the recipe for making his people
ple bow down before him and contrib
ute of their fiubstnnce. He Is smart
enough , too , to keep them separated
from the Intelligence nnd education
that -would show them their standing
among other peoples of the world ,
even to the extent of forbidding them
the Illblo. His tlrmi for trouble will
come , however , an sure as the czar
of Russia IB having trouble , nnd the
people of his kingdom will Insist upon
their rights and get them. In this
enlightened age It will be Impossible
to kenp In Ignorance an entire people.
There Is more catarrh In this sec-
Ion of the country than all other dls-
casoR put together , nnd until the last
few years was supposed to bo Incur
able. For a great many yeara doctors
ironounccd It a local disease and pro
scribed local remedies , and by con
stantly falling to euro with local treat-
nent , pronounced It Incurable. Sci
ence haa proven catarrh to bo a con
stitutional disease nnd therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
atnrrh Cure , manufactured by F. J ,
Cheney & Co. , Toledo , O. , la the only
constitutional euro on the market. It
Is taken Internally In doses from 10
drops to a tonspoonful. It acta direct
1y on thoh lood and mucous surfaces
of the system. They offer ono bun
Ircd dollars for any case It falls to
cure. Sontl for circular ! ! and testlmo
nlals. Address : F. J. Cheney & Co. ,
Toledo , Ohio.
Sold by druggists , 7Gc.
Tnko Hall's family pills for const !
Advertisements , premium lists nnd
speed -programs for the county fairs
of north Nebraska nro now being dis
tributed nnd the promise for another
excellent fair season IB flattering.
The crops nnd the stock nnd the
speedy horses and the clover needle
women , artists and cooks are prepar
ing for the fairs things tlmt will most
appeal to the Individual spectator and
cnuso the judges worry to determine
which la best nnd most entitled to the
prize. Never were conditions better
for good county , district nnd state
fairs , and never were the people bet
ter able to pay the expenses of their
attendance and spend the time needed
to see the sights.
ncnutlful eyes nnd handsome face
arc eloquent commendations. Bright
eyes are windows to a woman's heart.
Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea makes
bright cyea. 35 cents , tea or tablets.
The Klesnu Drug Co.
A Smooth Article.
When you find It necessary to use
salve use DoWltt's Witch Hazel salvo.
It Is the purest , and best for sores ,
burns , bolls , eczema , blind , bleeding ,
Itching or protruding piles. Get the
genuine DeWltt's Witch Hazel salve.
Sold by Asa K. Leonard.
There's n pretty glri in nn Alpln < 5 hat ,
A sweeter girl with a sailor brim ,
Hut the handsomest girl you'll ever
Is the sensible girl who uses Rocky
The Klesau Drug Co.
There are occasions and frequent
ones when a stone Image could not
resist the Impulse to fall In love with
Nebraska and the weather of the
state and the past few days have been
of that sort , to Inspire veneration and
levotlon. In summer world famous
resorts nro rivalled In the purity and
freshness of the air and In the winter
the seasons of mildness and bright
sunshine are manifest. In fact at
the very times when many localities
are at their worst Nebraska Is at her
best making It a joy to live and
breathe. Nebraska prairies are now
pictures of loveliness and the air nnd
sunshine nnd cool nights are of a
quality unsurpassed anywhere.
John F. Wallace might take a les
son In patriotism from Ellhu Root
who leaves a law practice worth a
quarter of a million a year to assume
the portfolio of secretary of state at
the salary of $8,000 a year. It Is not
always the immediate amount of mon
ey paid that counts for the most. If
Mr. Wallace had served his country
faithfully and well for n term of
years , he might have resigned with
honors nnd taken the best position In
his line that the country has to offer.
Ho may succeed In his present under
taking , but his employers have need
to apprehend a resignation in the
midst of an Important duty if he Is
offered n raise of wages.
Three Good and Just Reasons.
There are three reasons why moth
ers prefer Ono Minute Cough Cure :
First , It Is absolutely harmless ; second
end , it tastes good children love It ;
third , It cures coughs , croup and
whooping cough when other remedies
fall. Sold by Asa K. Leonard.
There Is no case of indigestion , dys
pepsia or stomach trouble that will
not yield to the digestive and strength
ening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. This remedy takes the strain
off the stomach by digesting what you
eat and allowing it to rest until It
grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure affords quick and permanent re
lief from Indigestion nnd all stomach
troubles , builds up the system and so
purifies that disease can not attack
and gain a foothold as when in a
1 weakened condition. The constantly
Increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia
. Cure by physicians of hospital and
general practice of itself tells how
this wonderful modern discovery hoe
proven to be the greatest dlgcatant tor
the alleviation of a Buffering human
ity. . Its many cures of both children
and ndulta grows larger day by day.
Sold by Ann K , Leonard.
There are lots of men nnd lota of
towim pretending to enterprise that
can afford to take off their lints to
Hartlngton , where a movement Is un
der way for the forming of a country
club. Thirty shares of Block at $50
n share have been Issued and the
first In will bo first served. A good
alto for n club hoitso linn been se
em ed , and they propose to have a
lowllng nlloy , tennis courts , croquet
lawns nud golf links. Plans for n
iltib house have been prepared nnd
will bo on display In a few dnya. It
n sometimes supposed tlmt only city
people nnd wealthy ones at that , could
nfford the privileges nnd enjoyments
of a club , .but hero Is a little town
with n population of only a thousand
that Is preparing to demonstrate Its
title to a club house nnd nil that that
means. Thirty to fifty men could bo
found In nlmost any town with n llf-
ty to spare tlmt would form n nice
nucleus for a club fund nnd could
pay the dues necessary to keep It go-
Ing. In this nge of hustle for the
nlmlghty dollar It Is worth while to
learn of communities with tlmo to
partake of some of the passing en
joyments of life and a knowledge of
how to go nt It.
It makes no difference how many
medicines have failed to euro you , if
you are troubled with headache , con
stipation , kidney or liver troubles , Hoi-
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea will make
you well. The Klesau Drug Co.
Bilious Hill wns agltntea ,
And was much debilitated.
People said ho had consumption.
That was everyone's presumption.
When ho learned what was the matter
Hill made all the doctors scatter.
Now ho Is his own adviser ,
Swonrs by Little Early Risers.
The famous llttlo pills "Early Risers"
euro constipation , sick headache , bil
iousness , etc. , by their tonic effect on
the liver. They never gripe or sicken ,
but Impart early rising energy. Good
for children or adults. Sold by Asa
The Japs are proving themselves
nbfmt as shrewd at diplomacy as they
are at war. The latest indication of
their shrewdness being shown In the
announcement that negotiations for
nn armistice will not bo concluded un
til after the meeting of the plenipo
tentiaries of the two countries. In
other words the little brown men re
serve the right to punish General
Llnevitch in the event that his gov
ernment should show any Inclination
to step out of the peace negotiations.
After a meeting of the peace envoys ,
If they agree to an armistice , the Jnps
will bo ready to bury the hatchet for
he time being. Another shrewd move
ivns to prevent the Chinese from en-
erlng the negotiations. Japan has
promised that Manchuria should be
restored to Its rightful owners and
that is considered sufficient. If they
: md the reputation of Russia on such
matters , the Chinamen might be
thoroughly justified in demanding a
A Kansas paper has ridiculed Ne
braska because only 4,000 extra farm
hands were asked to help In the har
vest of the wheat crop which is now
ripening , but Don C. Despain who sent
the appeal does not give the Sunflower
state any advantage In the reply made
to the article. It is true that Kansas
has the higher record on the harvest
of wheat , but Nebraska comes up on
her In such a way that It is clearly
proven the best agricultural state of
the two. Because of Its diversified
farming It Is possible to handle the
crops maturing at different seasons
without much outside help , which in
itself is an advantage , and there is
the further advantage of not depend
ing exclusively upon one cron for a
harvest , nor running the risk of over
production on ono crop with n consequent
quent slump In prices that would be
disastrous. Mr. Despain's figures show
that during the season of 190-1 Ne
braska's harvest of four principal
grain crops corn , wheat , oats , barley
and rye exceed that of Kansas by
112,382,530 bushels , the totals being
Nebraska 333,132,030 bushels , and
Kansas 220,751,007 bushels. Tills
showing Is In spite of the fact that
Kansas produced 05,019,171 bushels of
wheat , while Nebraska's wheat crop
for the same year was but 31.S25.S50
or less than half as much. In addition
to this achievement of beating Kan
sas on the grain crops. Nebraska pro
duced 5,308,1170 tons of hay to 2,008.-
001 tons for Kansas , and Nebraska
raised fl.lMU-IS bushels of potatoes
while Kansas had but 5,540,560 bush
els of the popular Irish fruit Kansas
will probably hereafter find It advant
ageous to study up on statistics a bit
before It Is ever again tempted to
give Nebraska a swipe on its adapt
ability as an agricultural section of
the country ,
Miss Flossie Vail left this morning
for a visit to her grandmother at Rock
RapldB , Iowa.
THE REPUBLICANS WILL MEET
ON SEPTEMBER 6.
NOMINATE COUNTY OFFICERS
Candidates for County Treasurer ,
Clerk , Sheriff , Judge Superinten
dent of Public Instruction , Coroner ,
Surveyor and Commissioner.
The republican county convention
o plnco In nomination candidates for
county officers , will bo held nt Bat-
lo Creek on Wednesday , September
0 , call to that effect having been Is
sued by the county central commit-
eo. It Is planned to have only ono
county convention this year , and for
that reason the ono will ho held early.
The reason for this Is that the ropub-
lean state convention will bo held on
September 1-1 , to which Madison coun
ty will elect nineteen delegates , and
to save the expense of a second con
vention candidates will bo placed In
nomination nt the same tlmo for coun
ty treasurer , clerk , sheriff , Judge , su
perintendent of public Instruction' ,
coroner , surveyor nnd county com
missioner from the First district.
Politics hns had a backset this year
on account of the biennial elections
bill which passed the last session of
the legislature , providing that the
election on odd years bo done away
with , but the decision of the supreme
court that the bill was unconstitu
tional revives the matter with a rush.
As a consequence prospective candi
dates for nomination will make them
selves exceedingly busy during the
ensuing eight weeks until the county
convention. Following Is the call :
Republican County Convention.
. To the Republican Electors of Mad-
Isnu Countv. Nebraska :
Notlco Is hereby given that n repub
lican delegate convention of the repub
lican electors of Madison countv. Ne
braska , will be held In Battle Creek In
said county , on Wednesday the Oth
day of September. 1005. nt 1 o'clock In
the afternoon , for the purpose of mak
ing nominations for the following pub
lic offices : treasurer , clerk , sheriff ,
judge , superintendent of public In
struction , coroner , survovor nnd com
missioner from First district , and for
the transaction of such other business
as mav properly come before the con
Also for the nurnose of electlne del
egates to attend the stnte convention
to be held at Lincoln on Thursday. Sep
The several voting precincts are en
titled to the following representation
based on one delegate for each fifteen
votes or malor fraction thereof cast
for Peter Mortensen , treasurer of
state , nnd one vote nt large :
Battle Creek 8
Deer Creek 3
Green Garden 3
Highland , 5
Kalnmazoo ' 3
Madison Pltv 12
Madison Outside " >
Meadow Grove fl
Norfolk. First ward P
Norfolk. Second ward 12
Norfolk. Third ward , 10
Norfolk , Fourth ward H
Norfolk , Outside 8
Shell Creek 18
It Is recommended bv the committee
that the primaries for the selection of
the delegates of the various nreclncts
be held not later than Saturday. Sep
tember 2. 1905.
Witness our hands this 12th day of
S. R. McFarland.
Jack KoenlRstein. Chairman.
Rev. J. H. Clay went to Pilger this
F. H. Renshoof of Wayne was in the
A. .T. Thatch of Madison was In
James Neff of Plainvlew was in the
city over night.
L. J. Horton of Stanton was In the
city this morning.
Mrs. W. W. Riley of Pierce was a
city visitor yesterday.
A. G. Johnson of Plalnview was In
the city this morning.
Mrs. O. A. Nelso nof Newman Grove
was in the city today.
Mrs. A. H. Smith of Cedar Rapids
was in the city over night.
Robert Cato of Madison was in Nor
folk on business yesterday.
R. E. McClintock of Humphrey was
a Norfolk visitor this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shoemaker left
this morning for Denver , after a short
visit with the family of E. P. Wcath-
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schoregge left
this morning for a three-weeks visit
with relatives and friends at St. Paul ,
Mr and Mrs Ernest Paul , who were
married at Hadar yesterday , drove to
Norfolk soon after the ceremony to
have their wedding clothe * placed on
record throughtho photographer's art.
E. D. nnd Raymond Woods of Fuller- i 'I '
ton were In the city thin morning , ro- T\ <
turning from a visit to the Rosebud
D. R. Ncllor , a Bloomflold real ea-
tate man , came to Norfolk last evening
and loft on the early train this morn
ing for West Point.
Clint Hamilton of Kansas , brother
of F. L. , formerly employed on The
News , was In the city over night on
his way to Crelghton.
Fred L. Wnnser , a real estate man
of Plalnview , wns In the city over ( J
night on his way homo from a trip to J
the southern part of the state.
Mrs. Alfred Oshorn loft today for
Lincoln , where her son , Dr. Frank
Osborn of Hustings , will join her and :
they will make a trip to Portland.
Mrs. John R. Hays entertains the'
Knffeo Klatsch this afternoon.
The families of M. C. Hazcn and L.
M. Heeler nro planning to leave Satur
day for an outing nt the Yellow Banks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. E. Cameron are
now nicely settled In their homo at
207 South Tenth street , having moved
from Madison avenue.
The water in the ponds , sloughs ,
ditches and cellars Is now lower than
It has been any time since April and
with a week or so more of dry weather -
er It will have all drained away and
restored conditions to normal.
With the warming up of the weath
er and the subsiding of the surface-
water myriads of mosqifitos are mak
ing themselves manifest nnd making
all the trouble of which they are ca
pable for those who are out of doors
In the day time and evenings.
The Tilden News la the name of a
new paper that will appear next week
at Tilden , published by C. F. Montross.
Mr. Montross has been in the news
paper business in Madison county for
years , having formerly conducted the
Battle Creek Republican , and It Is
safe to predict that he will give Tlldon
a good paper.
The walls of the new Krug block
are growing rapidly and are almost
up to the first floor under the ener
getic work of the masons employed.
Good and heavy foundations are being
laid so that In the future stories can ,
be added to the structure In case of
need. With the building of this block
and the addition to the Citizens Na
tional bank Main streets Is showing :
the best progress of the season and If
the weather remains good Increases
activity will undoubtedly be shown.
GREER , MILLS & CO.
View of the Live Stock Markets at
South Omaha , C. A. Mallory , Mgr.
South Omnha. July 13. Nothing
new or startling has occurred in the-
cattle branch of the business this
week. With normal receipts alf
around and' a good demand for air
grades of fat cattle , the trade ruled
fairly active and prices have been weir
Present prices for strictly fat cattle
are not high compared with the cost . -
of production or when compared with '
former years , but there seems to be )
enough cattle to go around and a gen
eral desire to market them.
Range cattle will be a little later
than usual , owing to the late rains ,
but we look for a free movement from
all sections and lower prices than the
present ones on most grades. We still
advise shipping native cattle fast as
ready , especially butchers' stock , and
anything that will compete with range
cattle. Stockers and feeders are sell
ing at about steady prices , while fat
butchers' stock Is selling better In
proportion than any other grades.
Write to us regarding any branch
of the live stock business or any of
the markets and we will give you the
latest and best we have.
Hogs. The packers have fought the
market hard and succeeded In holdIng -
Ing it down here , pretty well , but the
shipping and fresh meat trade has im
proved and prices have reached the
best of the year. All who have re
ceived and read our market reports or
are In special correspondence with us ,
know that wo have been "right" on
the markets , and as wo give our per
sonal attention to each branch of the
business and In close touch with all of
the-markets , are prepared to furnish
reliable information and do good work.
The bulk of the hogs here are now * "
selling at % B.35 ( § > 5.-10 , while the bulk in
Chicago are going at $5.45 © 5.55. Top
hogs command a better premium Irr
Chicago while the other grades at
times do better nt the western mar
Watch the situation carefully and"
ask us for anything you want in thlp
Sheep and lambs continue scarce-
and are selling higher than over -A
known at this season of the year. M
Gives rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion , dyspepsia , sour ctomach
tired stomach , weak stomach , windy stomach , puffed stomach , nervou *
stomach and caUrrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure.
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SOLD BY ASA K. LEONARD.
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