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Oar Climate
What does the forecast bulletin bay
Threatening weather
Threatening what auustrokes or cliil
blains Chicujjo Uecord
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but who Is now employed in onn of tho
now ImmI stiKiir factories in Miolilunti
will bo married hoiuo tiino noxt wook In
UhlcnKO to Mliis Lucy Hruny of Hum
phroy MIhs Hruny will nrrlvo in Nor
folk tonight mid tomorrow in company
with Mttw MitrKiirotliii Klontz will
loiivo for Olilcngo After tlio wedding
Mr nnd Mm Klontz will g to Michi
gan where they will ninlto their future
homo MisB Klontz will go from Cllii
cngo into WIscoiiHin and visit with hor
Hlstur Mm loo Ilenkel
Winsido Tribune August Kliultz
sulleiod a very severe and painful acci
dent during thu past week Whim at
work on u grnln stack a portion of tho
stack slid oil carrying Him with it and
bringing him down against tho end of u
fork handle with such force as to drive
it through tho front wall of tho lower
part ot tho abdomen and upward into
the body live or six inches making a
most distressing wound A physician
was culled tho wound drosHi d anil the
patient is iloiiiR nluoly and will recover
Probably not one tlmo inn hundrod
could a similar auoidont occur without
fatal results
A N ICddy the hack drivor was ar
rested at one oclock this morning for
creating u disturbance in tho Row
ami was this forenoon brought boforo
Police ludgo Hayes to uimwor to tho
charge Although advised by tho judgo
that his court was not u Star CJhuinbor
nnd tho defendant would bo allowed an
attorney a jury and n plea of not
guilty tho prisoner chose to ploadKuilty
to lighting and was lined Ci and costs
by the judgo Ho was this morning
taken to Madison by Chief of lollco
Widiiiiuin to lay tho lino out in tho
county jail Prisoners are allowed -fit a
day remittance on their lines in tho
county jail and it will theroforo reqtiiro
but three or four days for Eddy to
square tlio account
It is said that a prominent solontist
bus made tho prediction that in nine
years after tho destruction of insect -eating
birds it would bo impossible to grow
anything as the destructive insects
would increase so last that they would
take every bit of vogotation Many
birds aro ruthlessly destroyed each year
by boys who unwittingly class thoir do
structlou as ploasure Many of those
boys do not realise what tho destruction
of these birds means and it would seem
that this would bo a vory profitable sub
ject for discussion not only at tho llro
side but at sohool Tho subject might
also ho introduced without irroveronce
at Sunday sohool Thoro are laws pro
viding against this killing of birds but
there has thu far boon no pretonso of
enforcing them in this part of tho coun
try
Madison Star Hank Burch roturnod
from Genoa Saturday evening whoro
ho had gone as deputy sheriff to look
after young lsaao Hutchinson who had
boon npprohonded and arrested at the
instance of his father Dr W V Hutch
inson for crookedness in disposing of a
team and other good and valuable
property contrary to the law in such
cnos made and provided and against
tho peaco and dignity of tho people and
tho doctor in particular Iiurch found
tho young criminal in jail and in posses
sion of a different team from tho one
received iu the trade niado at Humphrey
for tho doctors team Tho parties at
Humphrey failing to filo charges young
Hutchinson was turned loose and the
remnants of tho tinware and novelty
outfit together with the wagon and har
ness was sout homo Wo hope this
will bo the last seen of this idlor and all
around touglu
MONDAY MENTION
N O Soars of Wisnor was a city
visitor today
S 1C Warrick of Hittle Crook was in
the city today
J It Walliugford was in town today
from Cortlaud
Judge W V Allen and wife wero iu
thoctiy today enrouto to Iowa
Editor 1 B Donovan is in the city
from Madison attending to lu iness
Congressman Elect John S Hobiuson
was iu the city today on his way to
Pierco
Mr and Mrs W H Clark visited in
Omaha over Sunday and will return
homo tonight
Merchants complain becauso tho street
sprinkler man was not vory attentive
to work today
Tom Hights family returned last
night from au outiug of a few days at
tuo Yellow Banks
W H Field his daughter Anna and
T T McDonald were in tho city yes
terday from Tildeu
Dr S Parker and J B Barnes jr
returned Saturday from their outing at
tho Yellow Banks
Mrs E B Kenyon returned yosterday
from Hot Springs S D whore she has
been for the part month
Gus Koeohig baa resigned his posi
tion ut the hospital for insane and ro
turnod to hi home iu Madison
Miss Nelle Gerecke will denart for
Chicago tomorrow to resume her
studies and the oulture of her voice
Miss Jessie Westervelt spout Sunday
with her pareuts in this city returulug
to the farm near Tildeu this morniug
Frank TwUs who is clerk of the
Boyd hotel at Wayne visited over Sun
day with his mother who is quite sick
Misses Isabella aud Auua Hotfmau of
TUB NORFOLK NEWS THURSDAY AUGUST 31 180
Plalnviow woro in tho city Saturday
Thoy wero on their way homo from a
visit to Colorado
Miss Nora Htovons of Chicago arrived
in tho city Saturday to roniaiu with her
sister Mrs K M Huntington until her
hoalth imptoves
Hon K K Valentino of West Point
has received a cablegram announcing
tho siifo arrival of his son Lieutenant
Watts Valentino at Manila
According to tho govermont record
kept by Dr P 11 Salter lust night was
tho warmest of tho season tlio thermom
eter not indicating below 70
Win Wnrneoko has Imjoii helping
out tho Battle Creek Hutorpriso folks
during the past fow days and will return
thoro tonight to further assist them
IMwiu Johnson who has boon spend
ing his vacation with Norfolk relatives
ami friends will rut urn to Chicago to
morrow nnd resume his legal duties
Miss Gortrudo Watson returned Sat
urday night from Denver aud other
Colorado points and is ready to assume
her duties as teacher iu tho Norfolk
schools
Goo Slalcop today moved tho largo
sufo from Wm Blattsplaco to thoolllco
of tho Chicago Lumber company It
was formerly tho proporty of John
Zwight
Several picnic partios onjoyod tho
shade and a dip in the cool waters of tho
Klkhoru Saturday at Norfolks popular
bathing resort commonly known as
Tafts Jrove
Walter Braasoh who has boon clerk
ing iu A II Kiesaus drug storois tak
ing a weeks vacation ut tho closo of
which ho will go to Des Moines Iowa
to study pharmacy
Dr F W Teal aud his party ciuno in
from tho Yellow Banks yestorday aud
roturnod to Omaha today noon with tho
exception of Perry Waldron who will
visit a fow days longer
Frod Salter is preparing to roinovo his
family to Kalamazoo Michigan whoro
ho takes au important position iu tho
now sugar factory at that place Thoy
will probably go tho bust of tho week
Hoinhold Maas lwing near this city
and Miss Preuss of Madison wero mar
ried yostordiiy at 2 oclock by Row J P
Mueller of Christs Lutheran church
Thoy will iniiko their homo on tho farm
of tho groom
Editor R D Scott of tho Battle Crook
Enterprise who is visistiug at his old
homo in Virginia is roported as rapidly
regaining his old time health and vigor
and is expected homo about Soptombor
loth fully restored in health
A lurge number of stock specials
passed through tho city ovor tho various
linos of railway on their way to market
Tho Monday pricos aro usually the best
for cattlo and this accounts for tho graud
rush of trains usually witnessed on Sun
days
lid win 0 Oakloy who had his
preliminary trial at Ponca last week for
robbing an Assyrian peddlor recoutly ou
tho M Si O train has boon bound over
to the grand jury in tho sum of 00 to
answortotho charge He was unable
to secure tho bouds required aud is now
in jail awaiting trial
Tho work of preparing for tho open
ing of school next Monday morning is
being hurried to completion Tho jani
tors find thoro is considerable work to
do in connection witn having tho school
rooms iu first class order and some of
them will uot find much time to rest
during the week just begun
Frank Johnson of Cambridge 111
arrivod iu tho city Saturday noon aud
is a guest at the home of his father A
J Johusou Ho was formerly with the
Johnson Dry Goods company at this
place He thinks there is no place like
Nebraska and has decided to relocate iu
tho state but has uot as yet chosen tho
exact locality
Dr H L Scoggin of this city has
purchased tho old Plainviow House
hotel building at Plainviow but is ut
present undecided what ho will do with
tho proporty Tho News of that city
reports that tho doctor has tho inten
tion of making Plainview his future
homo Dr Scoggin denies this Ptnte
ment mid says ho does uot contemplate
leaving Norfolk
Tho pupils who were promoted condi
tionally are being re examined today
iu tho studies they failed to pass
and if they are successful in passing
will recoivo certificates of promotion
Many of them have improved their va
cation hours to refresh their memories
and will undoubtedly succeed iu pass
ing tho test Tho examination is boing
conducted by Principal Barnes
M B Putneys wife died the latter
part of last week at her home iu Oak
dale and was buried Sunday Mr Put
uey is at present woikiug iu the interest
of the Wooduiau lodge and was formerly
deputy graud master workmun of the
A O U W iu whioh capactiea he has
ofteu visited Norfolk and made many
acqpaiutauces Mrs Putuey was a
member of the Degree of Honor
James Gildea the travoliug man who
uow occupies the Whyman house ou
North Tenth street will soon move into
the property he purchased of M R Mor
ris south of the Grant school house
Mr Morris will move into the Swayuie
property recently acquired by him on
South Tenth street uow occupied by
F M Hoyer W E Speuoer who
occupies the house recently purchased
by Robert Uttor will movo into tho
Whyman houso Mr Hoyor hag not
yet decided whoro ho will movo hut
will probably havo a houso by tho first
whoii it is probablo that tho ohangos
will bo made
It sooms that ono of tho drawbacks to
oilod railroad bods is tho fact that pass
ing ongiiics sot flro to the oil and it
compolfl homoono to koop a watch of it
and put it out to kcop it from destroying
tho tlos and track On tho IStli four
milcH of bed west of Mead wero oiled
with 1 1000 gallons and since that timo
about half of tho trains iu passiug havo
sot it on flro kooplng n watchman busy
putting tho fires out
Muttlo Creok Entorpriso O W
Bridgoford thoplastorerand bricklayer
who has boon sojourning and boozing
In Battle Creok for several months loft
botweon two suns hist wook and those
whom ho owes will gladly cancel all
olnlms if ho will novor show his face
again in these parts Wo uotico sinco
his doparturo that his immo has boon
quite prominently mentioned iu tho
polico court at Norfolk
A special moetiug of tho flro depart
ment was hold yestorduy afternoon in
tho city hall when tho mattor of soud
lug tho hoso team to Madisou on tho
occasion of tho rocoptiou to company V
was further considorod Tho report of
tho soliciting committee showing that
they hud raised 1050 to defray tho ex
ponso of tho team was submitted
which insures that Norfolk will bo rep
resented in tho hoso raco at Madison ou
Thursday The motion uuauimoiisly
prevailed that a vote of thanks bo ex
tended to tho committeo for thoir work
aud to tho citizens for their liberal do
nations to tho tiro boys
Tho First Nobruska regiment is
scheduled to arrive in Omnha tomorrow
morning by a special train of threo sec
tions tho first at about 7 oclock and tho
others shortly afterward Tho lighting
First will bo tendered a reception at tho
oxpositiou grounds by tho citizens of
Omaha and addresses of welcome will
be made by Govornor Poyuter ou behalf
of tho stato Mayor Frank E Moores for
tho city of Omaha and by Dr Goorge L
Miller ou bohnlf of tho Greater America
exposition A banquot will bo served
by the ladies of Omaha aud iu tho even
ing there will bo n fireworks display
The boys will leave for thoro homes
Tuesday evening and Wednesday morn
ing
Quito a chaugo has been in ado in tho
affairs of tho Singer Sowing Machine
company in this vicinity The ollico at
this place has heretofore controlled tho
district tributary working through
agents under a district manager This
has now been done away with and the
territory will bo iu charge of tho agouts
who havo each been given a oouuty
W G Tallmau who has peeu district
manager will movo to Graud Island
whoro ho will take an office position
with better and more cortaiu pay than
ho has heretofore commauded The
ollico hero will bo kept opou but will
bo solely a commission ollice with F S
Gouung iu charge Mr Gouuug will
also havo control of the companys
business in Pierco county A E Law
ronco will bo in charge of Madisou coun
ty and will move to Madisou Dan B
Lee has beou givou the Stautou county
agency but will continue to reside in
Norfolk Thorewill be uo salaried posi
tions iu tho district but tho agents com
missions havo been increased making it
more renumorativo Mr Tallmau ex
pects to remove to Grand Island about
the first of September
It is with regret that The News an
nounces that Manager Pringle has de
cided to cancel Uis Norfolk engagement
and there will be uo play either touight
or tomorrow night by that company
Mr Pringle also greatly regrets the
courso ho is compelled to pursue as he
has always considered Norfolk au excel
lent show towu as aro also tho neigh
boring towns This courso is takou bo
cause tho coiling of the opera houj o 1b so
low that tho company could not use its
special scenery and would be compelled
to do away with other promiuout feat
tiros of their performance The fact
that the weather is so warm aud the
lamps would heat tho room also had
something to do with tho decision Mr
Priuglo decided that uuder these con
ditions tho performance would uot be
a credit to tho compauy nor a pleasure
to the people who would patronize them
He has kuowu Norfolk iu tho show ca
pacity for ten years aud gives it as his
opiuiou that it is ono of tho best show
towns iu the state aud is certaiu thut if
it had a comfortable aud roomy opera
house oveu without any pretentions to
grand lioss or beauty the good companies
would again be induced to bill it for
their attractions His opiuiou is that
Norfolk uever had a better opera house
than the old rink aud if this had beou iu
shape he would uud ubtedly have put
his compauy ou the boar Is there
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The White Sliecu of Alnnkn
This rare wild white sheep is found no
where in the world but Alaska and few
specimens for mounting whole have ever
been obtained This species named Ovis
dulli by Professor Dull differs from its
cousin the Rocky mountain bis horn
Ovis montana in color Ovis montun
being a dull brown in midsummer chung
iu to a grayish drab iu winter with u
light ashy colored patch over the rump
all the year while the Ovis dnlli is snow
white at all seasons In fact there is not
a colored hair on any part of his body
He is not quite so stockily built as our
big horn yet mote trim end shapely
Two of my specimens stood 42 inches at
the shoulder His limbs a 10 not juite so
heavy and his horns will not nverage us
large at the lmc although quite as long
The horns of my largest specimen of ISO
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