The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, July 20, 1899, Page 3, Image 3

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Come in and See
The Druggist
and inspect the Latest Line of Medicines Put on
the Market
Newtons Female Regulator ami Tonic
Natures Great Emmenagogue Every lady suffering with
f Female Troubles should try a bottle
Newtons Sarsaparilla and
Celery Compound
is one of the finest Blood Kidney and Liver Preparations
on the market If in need be sure and try the latest
HuCon Hair Tonic
If your Hair is falling out or you have Dandruff or any kind
of Scalp Disease be sure and try HU CAN strictly
guaranteed One bottle will show a difference if used
regularly on any bald head
Leibigs Beef
Iron and Wine
is too well known for a Tonic Each lluid ounce con
tains the strength of two ounces of fresh lean beef
Four grains Cetrate of Iron dissolved in Sherry Wine
the best tonic for Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Nerv
ous Debility and General Prostration
Try a box of
Irenes Cottonroot
Tansy and Pennyroyal Pills
Safe and Sure
We ean save you 50 pn efc on Prescriptions
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
r rx i w it
Prom ioc a Double Roll up
Window Shades Room Mouldings Paints Oils Glass
Brushes Etc
04 n thSt Etc
Painting Paper Hanging and Decorative Work at Fair Prices
of Best Varieties at Hard Timet Prlccf Small
fruit in large supply Million of Btrawborry
plants very thrifty and well rooted lot the
HEBTuear dome and bbto freight or express
Bend for price list to
North Bend Nurseries
North Bend Dodge County Neh
At Pierce Every Monday
Mast Block - - Norfolk Neb
TAe Gentlewoman
Wauls an ant in our town It cues premiums of Cam
era HuiiTo Scvsitic Machine Desks Sen of Dishes
kinis Watches Sliln and bilk Vait Handkricbicft cic
in fan about a hundred useful and ornamcnial armies and
household necessities can be ecured without costlnt one
cent A new and atlractUe plan of secunni subscribers
without the objectionable features ol canui In
CilMliuoilAN now has a circulation of ucr 300000
Cples each montli
Will WU CI as our agent All supplies free Write lor
I articular to
lentletioiniiH HuHdlng
Stw ivrk Citvi A J
ryfcefv War-
IN A I U Kb b
For the cure of all chrome and
acute dUeases a Hfe tcivinK priu
ciple free from all drnejB Asthma
HronchitifCatarrh Consumption
Headache NeuraliiuUlieiimat ism
Nervous Prostration anil ieneral
Debility curd by inhaling
Our homo treatment which con
tain a two months supply of Cora
ponnd OxTpeu inhaling appara
ratim full directiout tent to any
part of the country This includei
medical advice dnritiK treatment
1amphlet with advice to the sick
home treatment and testimonials
1113 airard St
Philadelphia Pa
W D Mixterwasin the city yesterday
from Osmond
Atty Fred Krco was n passoiiKor to
MimUboii today
Harry Torpin of Oaltdalo was n city
visitor ycBterdny
LkuIb Fischer nttendcd tho picuio nt
Stanton yesterday
A II Carter of Wiusido was it Sun
day visitor in Norfolk
Hon John It Iluya wont to Madison
tliis morning to attend court
Miss I tfim Stealer is spending this
week with Stanton friends
1 II ArtH and wife of Petersburg
wore city visitors Saturday
Dr Frank Salter made n professional
visit to Winsido this morning
Attorney M 0 llnzon hod business be
fore tho court at Madison today
H JlJaeknHand wifo of Lindsay woro
Sunday visitors in tho Sugar City
Howard Littlo and Arnold Hollmiiu
drove ovor from Madison yesterday
Mr O W loneK is at Hot Springs
S D and is registered at tho Evaus
Miss Gortrudo Austin camo up front
Omaha last ovouing for a few days visit
County Attorney M D Tyler hud
professional business in Madison today
Tom Morris Meadow GrovoB leading
druggiBt waB n visitor in Norfolk over
County Commissioner Maskontoin of
Stanton passed through tho city thiH
Miss Esther Nichols is in tho city
from Neligh visiting her nnmerous
A L Sauudersou and children Lynn
and Nellio were passengers to Madisom
Miss Pearl Kethledge has gone to
Tildou to visit her friend Miss Jessie
Chas Cunningham wob in tho city
Saturday on his way home to Tildou front
tho reunion
Mrs W J Gow and children are vis
iting Mrs Gowb sister Mrs S B Reed
of Monroe Nobr
Watts 0 Valentine of West Point will
sail for Manila on tho 22ud to tnko a
first lieutenancy in the army
Miss Kneabol returned to her homo in
Winside today aftor a visit of u few days
at tho homo of Geo 13 Christoph
Miss Anna Lobnow departod yester
day noon for Fremont to accept a posi
tion in tho telephone central station
Tho Missionfest of tho Battle Creek
Lutheran church will bo held at Tomha
geus grovo near that city next Sunday
Miss Maggie Morrow returned Satur
day from Plainviow where she was pick
nicking and visiting friends several
Mr and Mrs M Itoots returned Sat
urday from their summer vacation trip
They will board with Miss Valley Gar
Rev S F Sharpless has announced
his intention of occupying tho Presby
terian pnlpit at this place once a month
Mrs Carl Wilde returned this morn
ing to her home in Madison after a visit
ot several days with Norfolk relatives
and friends
Judge R E Evans of Dakota City
passed through the city this morning on
his way to Madison where he will pre
side at a term of court
J M Bates of Long Pino who is well
known to many Norfolk people is expect
ed to arrive tomorrow noon and spend a
few days wiih Rev J B Van Fleet
Rev and Mrs J P Mueller and
youngest son left this noon for Fisher
ville Ontario where they will visit for
about a mouth with Mrs Muellers
Mr and Mrs Myron Collamer are the
proud parents of a handsome baby girl
who arrived at their home on South
Sixth street Saturday morning at 10
G F Mc Cormick received a telegram
yesterday evening announcing tho death
of his Bister Mrs PH Fisher who died
at 2 oclock at her home in Lynnsburg
A party of young folks picnicked at
the Yellow Banks yesterday and had a
most happy time The weather was all
that could have been desired for such an
Geo B Christoph received a large in
voice of drugs for the hospital for insane
this morning and the same are being
properly placed in that institutions
H 0 Matrau is eu joying a visit from
an Iowa cousin Mr Parsons He
speaks very highly of his impression of
Nebraska aud especially the crop out
look for this year
A team of horses that was tied on
Second street yesterday broke loose aud
traveled west at a rapid gait creating
considerable excitement but doing no
particular damage
W O Tollver writes from Laurel that
businets is good and that the projects
for a big fall trade wero never better
being backed by immeuso crops of every
thing and good prices
While playing on tho fence at the
residence of W H Bucholz this morn
ing Margaret Sharpless fell and broke
her right arm just above the elbow
The injury proved very painful but re
ceived prompt attention and she will bo
all right ngain in a short time
A lowery danco was given last even
ing at the Epler place 11 vo miles north
of tho city A lnrgo number of Nor
folk people were present and report a
most enjoyable tlnie
Hastings will have a street fair from
the 18th to tho 2d or September Tho
hunt ot f 0000 has been raised to pay
rash prizes aud a big hucccsb is antici
pated for tho project
Max Astnus aud Curtis Stilt stinted
at an enrly hour this morning on
their bicycles on a trip to Concordia
Kansas and other places They expect
to bo absent about two weeks and antici
pate a great deal of pleasure front tho trip
Lizzie Kennedy tho lfiyoar old
daughter of William K Kennedy whose
home is near Bega sohoolhougo in Stan
ton county northeast of tho city died
yesterday of consumption The funeral
will bo held at 1 oclock tomorrow after
noon and will bo conducted by How
1 H Van Floot of this city
Bishop Scanncll has made a number
of ecclesiastical changes in tho diocese
of Omaha Hov J G McNiunara who
has teou assistant pastor at St Marys
Catholic church this city has been ap
pointed assistant to Jackson Rev O J
Petition has been appointed its assistant
hero Thoso aro tho only two changes
that affect Norfolk
Battlo Creek Republican Hov F L
Cox arrived Saturday night from Lib
erty Mo whoro ho attended college
Ho occupied hia old place in tho pulpit
of tho Baptist church Sunday night
On Monday ho departed for Richmond
Va to attend tho national B Y P U
convention and after its close ho will
visit his old homo in that state
W A Hemloben will stort his ltfth
car of chickons toward San Francisco
this evening It contains 1000 head
mid will bo tilled at Madisou 1 lumphruy
Platte Center and Columbus Ho ex
pects to start a car ovory two weeks
Ho has succeeded iu building up quite a
poultry trado horo and as ho pays a good
cash prico succoods iu drawing business
from a long distauce Ho is reeoiying
chickens not only by wagon but many
surrounding towns aro sending them in
by rail Ho claims to pay a bettor price
for poultry than either Omaha or Sioux
The insuranco adjuster of tho Nebras
ka Mercantile company was hero this
morning and in company with Chester
A Fuller representing the Grand Rap
ids company adjusted tho loss by lire
recently sustained by Mrs Esther Bur
nett Tho two gentlemen thoroughly
examined into every phase of tho loss
and sottled by giving flK of the -150
for which tho policies called The
settlement was very satisfactory to all
parties concerned Mrs Barnett an
nounces hor intention of remaining iu
Norfolk and will probably ro engago iu
Tho Missionfest of tho Stanton Lu
theran church hold in the grovo of Her
man Nowman west of that city yester
day was very largely attended a big
delegation of Norfolk peoplo helpiug to
swell the crowd Speaking by various
pastors of the church organization sing
ing instrumental musio and a sumpt
uous dinner wero the leadiug pleasures
of tho day All who attended from here
report au enjoyable time and pleasant
ride The rain cf Saturday afternoon
was much heavier at that point than
here and the grove was quite damp but
the picnic was in no wise marred on
that account
Mrs Hattie Best wife of Eugene
Best died at 10 0 oclock this morning
at the family residence on Eighth street
in the 25th year of her age The funeral
will be held tomorrow Leaving the
home at 1 oclock tho remains will be
taken to the Best school house west of
the city where services will bo held and
interment will take place in tho Best
cemetery Rev G H Main will con
duct tho services Out of town relatives
who wero present ut Mrs Bests doath
bed were her father and mother Mr
and Mrs Frank Hendersoi of Verdell
and her sister Mrs M Bressler of
Meadow Grovo Mr and Mrs Best
have leen married five years
A telegram was received here Satur
day afternoon announcing tho death of
Mrs Wm H Hall mother of Mrs II
E Austin aud A M Hull of this city
which occurred at her homo near Ainu
worth that day Mrs Austin camo up
from Omaha Saturday evening and
last evening in company with hor
brother took tho train for Ainsworth
They wero met nt ONeill by throe sis
ters from Iowa and South Dakota and
the funeral will be held this afternoon
Mrs Hall was mora than SO years of
age and since her husbands death in
1888 hasmade her home with her child
ren in various parts of tho country
She lived in Norfolk for a year about
three years ago
Wisuer Chronicle A great deal of
excitement was aroused on Wednesday
by tho antics of an insane woman Mrs
Bolesky who had been coutluod iu the
asylum at Norfolk but was permitted to
accompany her husband on an overlaud
journey to thoir home at Farewell in
the hope that the visit would be beuo
flcial to her A few miles northwest o
of this place she became ungovernable
and goiug to the homes of Paul
euEou aud Lewis Jones proceeded to
break the windows in their houses and
terrorize the inmates Her husband had
Mr Jones bring her to Wlsner find
turn her over to the authorities She
was placed In tho calaboose and the
asylum authorities notified at once
Showustitkon back to Norfolk by attend
ants from tho itpylum tho same evening
Mr and Mrs Herman Gall and
daughter whoso homo Is on Philip uvo
imp were tho victims of quite a Uboh
trous runaway yesterday They hart
been visiting at tho homo of August
Lon iilKutt two and ono half miles
southeast of town and wero on their
nit urn toward town when ono of tho
holts of tho buggy was lost letting
tho tongue down This frightened tho
horses and thoy began to run The
buggy was overturned and tho occn
pants thrown to the ground Mrs Gall
had her arm broken in two places and
was otherwise bruised and cut up whllo
Mr Gall was severely bruised anil out
about tho head Tho laughter also re
ceived painful bruises and had her dress
badly torn Tho horses ran a consider
able distance and smashed the vehicle
up into kindling wood The injured
people wero brought homo and received
needed medical care They aro now
getting along as well as could be expec
Miss 1 Webb of Toronto Canada Is
visiting with her sister MrB W J Mo-
August Schul camo down from
Creighton this morning to visit his
Judgo Poworsantl wifo will leave this
evening for Hot Springs S D for au
outing of several days
Mrs 11 A Piisowalk and children
will go to Sioux City tomorrow to visit
Mrs Pasowalks parents
Carl T Seoly aud wife accompanied
by Miss Maud Stoen and Miss Stella
Bauch wero iu tho city yesterday from
Mrs F J Wallis ouo of tho touchers
iu tho Wayno Normal school was in tho
city yesterday returning to Wayno aftor
a visit to her home iu Madison
Misses Isabollo and Anna Hoffman
wero iu tho city today from Plainviow
on their way to Colorado Springs Col
whoro they will remain until the lattor
part of October
Frank Yost state inspector for the
Nebraska Telephone company was in the
city on business and incidentally greet
ing his numerous friends He departed
for Schuyler this morning
Tho graders arts nosv at work on South
Thirteenth street building up the middle
of tho road and making waterways on
each side When tho work is completed
tho road will bo iu first class shape
Mr Lancholl aud family of Fromont
stopped at tho homo of Charles Florcs
yesterday and today Thoy uro on their
way to Battlo Creek to make a two
weeks visit with Mrs Lancholls folks
Simon Straight of Hoskins was in tho
city yesterday aud unloaded a now
steam thresher aud engine Raj
Gleasou was tho engineer who manipu
lated tho engine They departed this
morning for Hoskins
Burglars cutered the houso of Otto
Egorman east of tho city last Saturday
evening while tho family was absent
from home They secured some dress
goods a shaving outfit and 1 r0 in
money No clue to the marauders has
yet been discovered
Four new telephones will bo added to
the exchange this week One will bo in
Dr D W Greens rooms in the Most
block ono each in the residences of
Chester A Fuller and W H Cooley and
No I Ml will be in Dr F W Kiesaus
Miss Mary Schelly departed today for
Council Bluffs whore sho will visit for a
time and then go to Chicago She ex
pects to be homo in September While
absent she will study the latest styles of
making dresses and will be better pre
pared than ever to give her patrons
Washington dispatches state that
Supervising Architect Taylor will do
nothiug concerning the Norfolk and
Blair sites for goverment buildiugs nutil
he has received modified bids for which
ho has asked Thoro is a big fight on
over the selection of tho Hustiugs site and
tho choice will probably bo considerably
About i oclock this morning would
be burglars attempted to gain entrance
into the house of Jas Davies ou South
Fourth street Mrs Davies was alone
with her children and listened to the
noise which sounded like someone tam
pering with the screen door for quite a
while and then gave au alarm which
was answered by Dr II L Scoggiu a
near neighbor He mado a search for
the individual who had been causing the
disturbance but was unable to discover
The following persons took all or part
of the jegular teachers examination be
fore Superintendent Crum last Friday
nud Saturday itlCncllia M Abts W B
Elliott Maude Steene Frances Procher
Grace Hummouds Nellio Wakeley Lois
Purely Ida Bryant Hattie Copelaud
Marie Snuro aud John J Malone of
Madisou Lottie Otis Nellie Otis Ber
tha Meueely and Ida Burg of Newman
Grove Agues McCallum of Meadow
Grove Mabel Whitla Lottie Knesel
Hattie Maliew Lillian Willis and Anna
Wautlin of Battle Creek
Manager G T Sprecher of the tele
phone exchange with his daughters
Beth and Thoo and Chan Hugey re
turned yesterday noon from their trip to
Omaha Mr Sproohor states that tho
company hits decided to add another
section to the switch board at the con
tra station and make other
in connection therewith Wttu
this work Is complotod it is oxpooted
that the telephone force horo will bo
Increased by tho addition of an assistant
day operator who could well bo used nt
the present time and will bo a necessity
when this work is completed
Four genllomen from Hprlngflold S
I wero in tho city this noon They
aro taking a trip through the country on
their blcyclefl Their route passed
through Running Water South Dakota
where they crossed the river thou
through Knox and Plerco counties to
this city ICront horo they will proceed
south to Monroo aud thenco east to
Omaha where they will crosB into Iowa
They will rldo thtough that state iib far
as Pes Moliiefl and will then return
home to Springfield Tho names of tho
gentlemen composing the party aro H
M Davison W 1 Mead HJ Hill
and R G Stevens They compose a
jolly quartet and aro extracting much
pleasure from their outing
II S FramboH representing tho
Swarlh Illustrating company of Chi
cago is in the city endeavoring to in
tetesf advertiser in tho latest method
of attracting the attention of readers
Tho motto of his company is ono that
will meet tho approval of all experi
enced advertisers Advertising liko
making lovo to a widow cannot bo
overdone This company is largely
patronized by advertisers of tho citlos
who get very satisfactory resultH from
tho advertisements furnished Tho
company does its advertising in tho
local newspapers which is enncedod by
nil to bo the best means of reachiug pa
trons They know that tho newBpapor
roaches tho class of people wanted by
tho advertiser and aro always confident
of the result when it is employed ns tho
Dont Sto
Sisal or Standard
Free on earn Uniiihii
taking Scotts Emulsion be
cause its warm wealhr
Keep taking it until you arc
It will heal your lungs anc
give you rich blood in sum
mer as in winter Its cot
liver oil made easy
50c and I All drugcisu
Cut this out and send to us aud wo
will sell you the best quality of
Binding Twine
Wholesale Prices
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Re
We Iiiivd I1k Hock unci enn make prompt
hhiprneiits the day oritur in received so dont
tn I it cliaiiccK on h iiiIIiik nlnuwhere Wo
KimrniiWit that every hall of our twine Iiiib
Ixfii made on new nplncllin within tho last
ninety iIiijh Stuiotiy rtiiHT riAHH No
curried nfpr twine horn Will olilp 0 1
xubject to exmiiiniitioii if desired Will
twine iijmxi pit incut of 10 per cent
down and hhip later Nebras
ka National hank till paper or any ono of
oiirJOOOciiHtoiiiiirHof I Mil Aildrem
The Western Mercantile Co
10th mid Kiiriuiin Ht Omiihii
Tho llniiK tlmt Biivf H You Momty
Attention lriiiTH
Do ron ilchire to socurn hunderdH of naiuplo
copies of itKrlcultrrul Journals muKnilnes
Kipsra books catiilnirtieH aud circulars ot tho
tost imtfrovctd farm implements aud machin
ery aud bo Kept pouted on improved boodu anil
stock for two years or moreT If to tond ns
your nnme with ten cents insllTcr aud we will
inMirt the Mime iu the American Farmers Direc
tory which woes whirlinir all over tho United
States to publhlicrs merchants and manufac
turers You will net more ttood reeding matter
than yon could purchase for many timea tho
small cost of ten cents We want every farmers
name In tho United States in our directory at
once FaumkusDiukotokvCo
Department 118
HlrmiiiKham Ala
Oct Away a Couple of Months
and visit
Asheville or
Hot Springs N C
Aiken S C
Augusta or
Savannah Ga
or the many
Tomist tickets on sale via
Southern - Hailway
by all Ticket Agents
Fir schedules or further Infor
mation write or call on
WM H Taylok A G P A
Louisville Ky
J O Hkam Jr S W P A
fell dams St Chicago