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TUB NOUFOLK NtiWS , FRIDAY , At'OUST 25 , 1305.
FULL PLEDGED PERFORMERS ,
THEY ENTERTAIN HERE.
A NUMDER OF CLEVER FEATS
The Doomornno Men Tossed Their
Curved Sticks , the Air Ship Sailed
nnd the Daring Riders Made It nil
Interesting With Pnwneo DIM.
Clover rldorH In dangerous saddled ,
singe coach attacks hy rowboyw on
the plains , excellently drilled tiquads
of cavalrymen on handsome hews and
Bhootlng that WIIH very good these
were a few of the features of the wild
west nnd far east exhlhltlon given
twice In Norfolk yesterday hy the
I'awnco Hill nhow. In the afternoon
the hlg tout was oiowdod to the Haps
hy spectators who had eoino to the
city for the tdiow and at night thorn
was a fairly good crowd to HOO the
porformanoo. With the circus
grounds wet and Heft from the rain
of the night hoforo. the running of
the horses In the arena was niiido dif
ficult and the mud In the grounds made
It dllllcull , too. for people to get In
and out with ease.
Major Ulllo. ( Pawnee Hill. ) WIIH
hlniHolf with the show and ho put In
an appearance at hoth the hoglnnliig
and the end of Iho oxhlhltlon.
After the grand onlreo , not oil riders
woto Introduced , followed hy n wlord
burial scene of the Mohago Indians
Chanting their queer songs , the rod-
BklilH brought In the corpse , ( minted
It to the top of a pair of stick * and
Walter Nowlmll gave an exhibition
of the pony express , just IIH It was
hoforo the advent of the railroad. Hid
ing for a long distance on ono horse ,
Important papeni In hand , the man Is
given fresh gallopers at relay stations
and goes on scurrying across the
plains , with as llttlo time lost aw pos
sible In changing horses. Mr. Now-
hall hud one horse which gave him a
tussle In trying to hold his place , hut
the pony expressman won.
Ponies ruiiiilng ncrosH the Held were
caught up short with the clover lassoIng -
Ing of Souor .lose Harrao , a Mexican ,
Have \Vrlsten of Oklahoma and White
Ilulfalo , a Sioux. Their ropes caught
the animals hy the fore foot , the hind
foot , all fours , and each foot separate-
Perhaps ono of the most attractive
features of the performance was the
artillery drill In which the latest tac
tics of the United States government
A Moorish trlho of Arabian acrobats
bats made a lilt by their queer sort
of tumbling and their wonderful agll-
Shooting llttlo glass halls thrown
Into the air , using a rlllo as a weapon
and seated on a swiftly running pony j
was the feat accomplished by Wlnona , j
claimed to ho the world's greatest rlllo
shot and the only woman In the world
who can shoot from a running horse.
She was assisted by California Frank ,
who tossed up the halls. Wlnona shot
off llttlo Installments of a glass tube
hold In Frank's mouth , the bullet getting -
ting nearer his lips each shot , hut
never phoaslng Frank. She missed a
number of the halls In the air during
her riding stunt , hut the wonder of It
was In getting any of these at all.
Vigilantes Hang Horse Thief.
A horse thief on the plains In his
work of slyly approaching a picketed
pony while the rider slept , and gal
loping away , later to he caught by the
vigilantes , hanged to n polo and cut
down by the sheriff was an Interest
ing episode and , in a way , a realistic
picture of what did occasionally hap
pen In the early days.
The Cossack cavalry riders were
wonderfully skillful and their strength ,
riding In almost any position , heads on
the ground , feet In the air , and then
completely recovering their saddles
while hounding along at full speed ,
The races were like the races that
nro to be seen In all circuses there
was nothing particularly now or at
tractive about them , excepting that
they were races. The mud spoiled the
speed of them.
The concert was the time-worn ex
hibition. Introducing a magician whoso
power hung a girl In midair , and boom
erang throwers , who cleverly tossed
their missiles high Into the air and
caught them after a long circle.
The airship , a largo balloon , circled
around promiscuously In the air , low
ering and raising again at the will of
the man who controlled the ropes he-
The lemonade of the circus was
lacking but the boy sold cigars
through the reserved seat section to
make up for that.
The show left early this morning for
West Point , where they glvo two per
formances today. They go to Omaha
tomorrow , showing at Omaha. Nor
folk , West Point nnd Omaha are the
only three Nebraska towns visited.
BLUEBEARD HOCH'S LIFE.
Destiny of Multi-Married Man Is In the
Unless Governor Dencon or the supreme
premo court Intervenes Johann Hoch
will be hanged next Friday morning.
Hoch's attorneys have finished their
record In the case , and Assistant
States Attorney Harry Olson was busy
yesterday completing his. Everything
will be In readiness for submission to
the supreme court early In the week.
Although $700 has been provided for
Hoch , he still clamors for more money ,
Baying ho must linvo $500 additional. "
Ills attorneyfl reply that the case will
go to the Hiipremo court without thin
PRINCESS IS KIDNAPPED.
A Hindoo Convert to Chrlatlanlty Is
Dragged From Cart and Hidden.
Soohoonagum Animal , the Hindoo
prlncesH who became a convert to
Christianity , and who visited America
In 11)01 ) , was kidnapped near Madras ,
In South India , July 18.
So far IIH known , fdio ban not yet
been recovered by her Christian
friends , and , IIH HIO ) IIIIH been an ob
ject of hatred to hnr Hrahmln rolatlvoH
Hlnco her conversion , she may have
been done away with.
The news of the capture and deten
tion of the former Brahmin priestess
was brought In a letter fiom Illshop
William F. Oldham to Iho MothodlHt
Missionary Hocloly. In this lei lor the
bishop Hiiyn Iho princess WIIH "forcibly
dragged out of her bullock cart on the
public road , hurried Into a closed car-
i Inge , and driven off. "
It IH Hiild by Charles Falm , of the
editorial muff of the Missionary soci
ety , thai there IH llttlo doubt the young
woman has been made away with , an
| other converts have been occasionally.
| The possibility of her recovery appar
ently IH slight. IIH the bishop nriyn :
"We are doing all that can bo done
for her recovery hut only those who
Know India can estimate the apparent
of It all "
COUNTY ATTORNEY PLAYS ROLE
GETS PICKPOCKET IN THE ACT
Jack Kocnlgstcln and Sheriff Clements
Were Watching the Big Footed Boy
When the "Dip" Got Busy Now He
Is In Jail nt Madison.
Picking pockets In the side show
tout at the Pawnee Hill wild west last
night , Franklin Guusatilus llttlo real
ized that the eyes of the county attor
ney and the county sheriff were upon
him until , Just In the act of sleziitg
the purse , ho was nabbed by County
Attorney Jack Koculgatoln. At llrst
resisting detention , because ho thought
ho had been captured by a civilian ,
Mr. ( luusaulus later allowed himself to
ho peacefully arrested , when ho was
told that Mr. ClementH wan the sher
iff. Ho was Jailed and this morning
found guilty of potty larceny. Ho was
sentenced by Judge Klsoly to llftoon
days In the county Jail and was taken
to Madison thin morning.
How They Got the "Dip. "
Mr. OnusanluH , who IH proud of his
name , was detected In the "dip" act
after a period of careful watching on
the part of the county attorney. Mr.
Koenlgstoln and Mr. Clements had
gene Into the side show very early ,
before the freaks got on their plat
forms to do their stunts. The spieler
on the outside told them that It was
never too Into to see the show , but
didn't say a word about the chance of
being too early. So they wont In be
fore the show commenced. There
were only funny looking people on the
boards the big footed man and the
handsomest tattooed man in the world.
The snake charmer and Punch and
Judy and all the rest were eating sup
per , so that about all the two county
olllclals had to do , was stroll from the
big footed man to the tattood creatiiro
and back again.
The crowd of spectators at that time
was not largo and the face of Gun-
saulus , the dip , stood out In has relief.
Ho looked llko a crook , acted like'a
crook and In fact was as later events
demonstrated a really , truly crook.
And so , on account of the face of the
pickpocket , Mr. Koenlgstelu and Mr.
Clements , each without advising the
other , kept a sharp eye on the strang
The plckctpocket picked out John
Uronnan , whoso pocketbook protruded
a half Inch above his hip pocket. And
when Uronnan moved Into the crowd ,
near the ropes , Gunsauliis pursued.
As the crowd Increased , and the crush
became stronger , Gunsauliis closed in
tighter upon his Intended victim and
finally , Just when a heavy push from
the rear came upon the people , Gun-
saulus slipped his hand into Brcnnan's
pocket and nabbed the purso. The
pickpocket's coat hung loosely over
his shoulder In order to conceal his
arm and hand In action.
And Just as the plcUpocUct had se
curely fastened the purse In his
clutches , the hand of the county attor
ney fell on Gunsauliis. Hcforo ho was
oven accused of a theft , Gunsaulus
threw oien his hands and exclaimed ,
"I've got nothing ! " Ho had chucked
the purse back Into the pocket from
which It came , when ho was caught.
Sheriff Clements was summoned , but
the pickpocket refused to budge. "I'm
the sheriff , " said Clements , and then
the prisoner gave np and wont to Jail.
Clements Missed the Side Show.
While Clements was taking his pris
oner to Jail , the show went on and
when ho came back It was all done
and over , so that ho lost out In a
chance to see the serpentine queen
and the rest of the wonders. Mean
while County Attorney Koenlgsteln
had taken It all In.
"What show would I have , " said the
prisoner this morning , "when the only
witness you have Is the county attor
ney , who would prosecute mo ? "
And so , not having any "show"
not oven his wild west show of yester
day Mr. Franklin Guusaulus , expert
dip , has gone to Jail.
STONES FELL AS LARGE AS HEN'S
EGGS AND WALNUTS.
SOME CORN IS A TOTAL LOSS
Severe Wind Accompanied the Storm
and Granaries , Corn Cribs and Out
buildings Were Blown Down Tele
phone Poles Were Blown Down.
Crelghton , Nob. , Aug. 21. Special to
The News : A severe wind and thun
der Htorin passed ever this Hoctlon of
Knos county between I ! and 7 o'clock
last evening. The Htorin came from
the Houthwost , pasHlng to the north
Hall fell an largo as hen's eggs and
Homo was oven IIH largo an walnuts ,
The wind blow down corn crlbn ,
granarloH and outbuildings.
John liurdlck reports ( hat corn In
hlH neighborhood IH a total loss. Oth
orH suffered hut not HO Hoverely.
Several telephones are out of order
and In HOIIIO placon wires and poles
were blown down.
I/oulH Hey of Ponder was hero over
It S. Smith of I3wlng waa In the
FritHlrHch made a business trip to
George Stalcop wont to Hosklns on
County Cleric Knill Winter was In
MI-H. A. D. Howe Is visiting friends
anil relatives at Madison.
S H. McFarlaud was a passenger
for Madison this morning.
Mrs. Shnltx and daughter , Miss Eth
el , of Stanlon were city visitors yes
J. C. Sproull and C. S. Heed of Mad
ison were in the city yesterday.
P. Anderson of Hutto and J. H. An
derson of Naper were In town today.
W. A. Williams of Columbus came
down from Honesteel this morning.
Nels Anderson and Ed Larson of
Wakelleld were In the city overnight.
H. H. Thompson of Crelghton came
down on the early train this morning.
Mrs. Walter llraasch of Platte Center -
tor Is visiting her mother , Mrs. King.
Miss Julia Martin from St. Joe , Mo. ,
Is a guest of her sister , Mrs. F. E.
Joe Wnlz of Carroll. Iowa , arrived
In Norfolk last evening for a few days'
visit with friends.
W. D. Slders has Just returned from
the Hosebud , where ho has a flno farm
Miss Nettle Nenow returned last
evening from a visit with frlejids at
Sugar City , Col.
Mrs. Hooker and Miss Jeano Elmoro
of Stautou visited Miss Jcnnlo
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Leonard have
gene to Horseshoe lake for two days
of camping and fishing.
J. S. Woavorllng of Ewlng , former
ly of Norfolk , was In the city yester
day , gretlng old friends here.
Mrs. Harry C. Perks of Albion ar
rived last night for a visit with her pa
rents. Mr ami Mrs. Fred Klcntz. sr.
Mrs. W. M. Wheeler of Fall-Hold ar
rived In the city last evening for a visIt -
It with the family of her brother , W.
Charles Mathowson has returned
from Sioux City , where ho participat
ed In the tennis tournament during
John H. Hays went to Fremont at
noon , where ho will be Joined by Mrs.
Hays , who Is In Omaha , and they will
go to Denver to see their son Charles
Mrs. J. n. Maylard and children
went to Madison this morning on the
train to spend the day. Toward night
Mr. Maylard will drive over and bring
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Webber of
Crelghton were In the city today , re
turning homo from a six weeks' visit
to Minneapolis. They were guests at
the W. H. Clark homo today.
Miss Gretchen Hulff went to Madi
son this morning , where she is to be
one of the guests at a house party giv
en hy Miss Estello Bauch. Miss Clara
Hudat Is also attending the party.
Mrs. nieakney will remain In Nor
folk for a time , until Mr. Dleaknoy has
a chance to determine what town will
bo best adapted as headquarters from
which ot make his new territory in
Prof , and Mrs. O. R. Bowen and
daughter , Virginia , were In Norfolk
this morning enrouto from Dakota
City to Pierce , where they go to make
their homo. Mr. Ilowen Is to be prin
cipal in the Pierce schools.
Frank Maryott , who has been holdIng -
Ing third trick at the Northwestern
dispatcher's office , has been offered a
flno position with the Great Northern
at Portland , Ore. , and ho will leave
for that place In time to bo there Sep
Misses Grace and Lulu Pheasant of
Osceola. sisters of Dr. L. H. Pheasant ,
who lately located in Norfolk , have
been spending the week hero , guests
of Mrs. L. E. Musselman. Miss Grace
went to Pierce last evening to bo the
guest of Mrs. Thos. Chilvors and oth
er friends. Miss Lulu went to Fremont
today. Grace will return hero before
leaving for her homo on Tuesday.
Amos , the llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Patros , Is reported dangerously
111 with membranous croup.
Sioux City Tribune : The Denver
Post paid a man $1 the other day for
writing the line , "Look on the bright
side , or polish up the dark one. " It
waa worth more.
Mr. and MPH. A. G Ilniinmund , liv
ing on South Fourth street , welcomed
a now girl to their homo yesterday.
E. A. Korth and E. A. Apfel have
purchased the marhlo works of M.
/Uannard & Son , and took possession
Hartlo Elseffor , the young man who
was shot by Farmer Diet ? : , la getting
along nicely and will , It Is bollovod , re
cover all right.
Eugene Diet ! ! , the farmer who shot
and wounded Hartlo Elseffer while the
latter was Hwlmmlng In the Elkhorn ,
IH the father of a family of cloven
children , himself.
The heavy wagoiiH of the wild west
show did coiiHldorahlo good on the
Rtroots yesterday by hammering the
soft mud down hard. The wide tires
of the wagoim proved to bo very good
The Queen City hose company de
ferred their meeting , which was to
have been hold last night , until Fri
day evening of next week. Too much
Hhow In town for ordinary mortals to
got down to the everyday affairs of a
E. L. Hleakney has resigned his po
sition an clerk In the drug Btoro of
Geo. H. Chrlstoph , and has accepted
a place as traveling man for Harlo
Haas Drug company of Council Bluffs ,
his territory to ho In northern Iowa.
The change will bo made about the
first of September.
The 10-year-old Leasnor lad who was
so savagely bitten by a dog In Ante
lope county , whllo driving cattle , Is
reported to bo still very low and It Is
feared that possibly his other arm may
have to be amputated. Ono arm has
already been cut off.
Ono of the teams of horses which
were cremated Thursday night In the
fire at Battle Creek which burned the
new barn of .Tamos Clark , was among
the best spans of steppers In Madi
son county. They were a pair of large , j
handsome greys and wore well known
In the vicinity of Battle Creek.
Plerco Loader : Last year the av
erage salary paid to male teachers In
the county was $32.15 per month , or
$ " 7.0 ? to the rural male toachors. The
female teachers received an average
of ? : : n.20 a month. Eliminating the
town teachers , the female rural teach
ers received an average of $35.12 per
Mrs. Ida Hall of Crawford , Neb ,
was In the city yesterday looking for
property to buy or for a location upon ,
which to build a largo house In which' '
she Intends to rent furnished rooms
and establish a private boarding house.
She Is planning to move to Norfolk i
soon. Airs. Hall has three daughters
who will accompany her hero If she
determines to make the move.
Chas Harding and wife arrived from
Omaha yesterday In their automobile.
When within five miles of Norfolk
the automobile ran into a mud pud
dle and stuck. In his efforts to lift
the machine out of its dlfflculty , Mr.
Harding strained his back and hip and
now he Is laid np for repairs. As soon
as he recovers , Mr. and Mrs. Harding ,
accompanied hy Misses Ruth and Car-
rlo Harding , who have been visiting
here , will leave on a tourlnt * trip
through Minnesota and Wisconsin.
O'Neill Frontier : The Knights of
Columbus picnic down on T. V. Gol-
don's ranch Tuesday was attended by
about all the railroad could haul.
There was every variety of amuse
ment features ball game , foot races ,
fishing , dancing and plenty to eat and
drink. It was an entertainment ex
tended to the ladies by the K. C.'s ,
and now the ladies may be expected j
to get their heads together and plan I
to outdo tholr gallant entertainers ,
whom they declare are the nicest lot
of men In the world.
Burglars broke into the home of
Emil Heckman , (103 ( South Sixth street ,
sometime yesterday morning and stole |
Mr. Hcckman's last cent , besides j
strewing contents of bureau all over ,
the house. The amount In cash that
was taken was $8.25. Mr. Heckman' '
Is a laboring man and could 111 afford' '
the loss. Mr. Heckman had been
called to the Machmuller farm , where
his cousin had Just died , and It was
during the absence that thieves broke
Into the house. The door was open
There is no clue whatever to the pnl'ty
parties as the neighbors saw no strang
ers enter the building.
The telephone business In Norfolk
has grown into phenomenal proper
tlons. There are now ten operators
who say "Hello" at the switchboard
besides numerous other employes and
officials. Every month , on the 10th
a count of the calls taken la made in
order to estimate the amount of bus !
ness being done. In twenty-four hours
there were 3,027 calls. The largest
number of calls como between the
hours of 2 and 3 o'clock p. in. Then
are 504 subscribers to the Norfolk
switchboard. There are thirteen calls ,
on an average , for each telephone line
during the day and six calls for eacl. .
Chief of Police Hay had an excitlne
experience yesterday afternoon with
a plain drunk , ono of the show em
ployes , who broke away from the of
fleer at the Jail door , just as the police
man was unlocking the steel cage , and
started to make a run for liberty. The
dash for freedom ended In front of the
Krnntz livery stable where , In between
a bunch of buggies , where the fellow
had dodged In his efforts to escape ,
ho was caught by the pursuing ofllcer
and tightly hold a captive. The artful
dodger waa a man of perhaps fifty
years of age , and so much Intoxicated
that ho found it difficult to walk , let
alone run away. His face was consid
erably bruised In the episode. When
ho was recaptured ho threatened all
sorts of dire punishment to the police
man , before leaving town. I
STRANGE PREDICAMENT OF AN
REPEATS TRICK AT ATKINSON
When the Freight Reached Town the
Man's Limp Form Was Noticed Se
curely Fastened to the Rods of the
Brunswick , Nob. , Aifg. 18. Special
to The News : Tied to the Pilot of
an engine , unconscious , limp and
frothing at the mouth , was the condi
tion of a man who rode into Bruns
wick at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
on a Great Northern freight train.
The man waa taken off the engine and
carried into the depot where efforts
were made to revive him.
How ho came to he tied on the pilot
of the engine la a question that puz-
/led everyone who saw the strange
proceeding. The engine men did not
know of the kind of a passenger they
were carrying until the train came In
when the man's limp form was noticed
by bystanders on the depot platform.
Ho had nothing about him which would
serve to Identify him In any way. The
only thing in his pockets that con
tained a name or other mark was a
partially eaten sack of candy , which
bore the iiamo of Fred Hemender of
Plalnvlow , Indicating that ho boarded
the engine at that town. The theory
that ho had met with foul play and
been tied on to the pilot was promptly
dismissed , because such a thing would
have been Impossible without the
knowledge of either the engineer or
Ilreman or both. The only way to ac
count for his presence seems to bo
that ho managed to got aboard the
front of the engine Just before the
train started from Plalnvlow when the
freight men were engaged with some
thing at the rear of the train. Pursu
ing that theory further , It Is Imagined
that the man Is subject to fits and
that , reall/.lng that ono was coming on ,
ho tied himself to the rods of the pilot
to save himself from rolling off to de
struction when the train was in mo
Man Is Revived.
Late last night .the man was brought
out of his condition. Ho gave his
name as Jim McConnell and said that
ho had Hod from doctors at Plalnvlow
In an attempt to get away. Ho said
that his father was in an insane asy
lum somewhere. His story about
Plalnvlew doctors could not be veri
fied at Plalnvlow.
Repeats Mysterious Performance.
The man was placed on the west
bound train for O'Neill and from there
the trainmen were going to take him
to Hot Springs. At Atkinson the en-
engine neii went out to the front of
the engine and found that the man
was on the pilot again , In exactly the
same condition that ho was found In
at Brunswick. He was again tied to
the pilot rods , was again unconscious
and was again foaming at the mouth
It Is believed that ho was trying to
play some trick on the people. No
other explanation can be found. He
was taken to Hot Springs and placed
in a hospital there.
A first class eighty-acre tract of Im
proved land , splendid location , good
soil , all lays level and nice , only live
miles from Norfolk , N'eb. Price right.
O R. Seller ,
Norfolk , Nebraska.
DEATH OF JOHO , HOOVER ,
Pioneer of Madison County Passes
Away at Battle Creek Home.
Battle Creek , Neb. , Aug. 22. Spe
cial to The News : John D. Hoover
died Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.
Ho had been 111 for years and his end
was not unexpected. Ho was well
known in this vicinity aniMn northern
Nebraska. Ho was about flfty-sovcn
years old and came hero thirty-four
yeara ago from Stanton.
For many yeara Mr. Hoover waa pro
prietor of the Battle Creek roller mills
and a large general store. Ho la a
native of Davenport , Iowa. His wife ,
, four sona and one daughter survive
him. The funeral waa hold this morning
ing at 10 o'clock and the remains laid
to rest at the Union cemetery , hesldo
' the oldest son , who was a member of
company F , First Nebraska Volun-
I ' leers , and who Was killed In a battle
near Manila , P. I. , May , 1899.
A Fine Horse.
O. L. Carlson on Saturday received
a line Porchoron stallion which has
boon liberally admired by lovers of n.
good horse. Fremont , No. 33017 ,
Is the ofllclal title of the animal , and it.
was bred by Winter & Munger , Prince
ton , 111. , from whom It waa purchased
by Mr. Carlson.
Break In Water Main.
A leak In the water main on Nor
folk avenue , between the Braasch and
Salter grain offices , this morning
caused some llttlo trouble but was
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equipment on all our bicycles. Strongest guarantee *
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to anjr
ono without a cent deposit and allow | Q DAYS
FREE TRIAL before purchase is binding ,
5OO Second Hand Wheels < j Q .
taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores. IfliS tO
i'J1.Iiala'.anl ' ? models , rood as now. . . ; ; . . *
Sundry Contains a world of
Vrlto for lu
Regular pr/co $8.BO per pair.
To Introduce 75
wo will Soil
You a Sample 4 NAILS. OR TACKS GLASS
Pair for WON'T LET
Only OUT THE AIR
NO MORE TROUBLE ( rom PUNCTURES
Result of 15 years experience in tire making. EASY RIDING , STRONG
Wo tlannon from THORNS , OAOTUS. ,
PINS , NAILS , TACKS or CLASS. Serious DURABLE , SELF HEALING
punctures , like intentional knife cuts , can bo FULLY COVERED by PATENTS
vulcanized like any other tire. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
- _ . . . .
umual jir/coa ,
AND EXAMINATION uithout a etnt deposit. APPROVAL
We will allow a ommh discount of 5S ( thereby maldnc the
l mf"atl"A W'th ° fdmr' TlfOS t0 ta returned " our ex'
MEAD CYCLE CO. , Dept , "J.L.1 CHICAGO , ILL
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