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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

s K l v A It rf Xif teA nr u The Norfolk Weekly News Journal SHIRK Deposed Transvaal Chief Wel comed at Marseilles CHEERED V State lltorlM fiodol Tail nrOoin rntir llrplr In Wiliinii iHci Is Tluil Mm lliiiu Will Nutif Mirrvniliir mill Cliuimjliii ltn the in lluilmimn MnrnellloH Nov i Jt Ycstinhiy proved a triumph for Mr Krugur such as even tilts Uoer delegates ami Ills most ardent admirers failed to antic ipate The delirium of enthusiasm which ninrked every step of ills prog ress from the time he landed until the hotel was reached was a revelation even to the people of Marseilles them selves An assomhly of such masses exceed Jng even the most sanguine estimate inljlht perhaps he partly explained by the ceremonious obsequies of the W 4 PRESIDENT KBUOEB bishop of Marseilles including an im posing religious procession from the cathedral but nothing can minimize the spontaneous explosion of sentl ment displayed toward Mr Kruger by the entire population of the first port and one of the l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

2 The fioHfolk CUJS W N UU8E Publlnhor DAILY KMnbllriiiM 1KS7 Ktcry ilny oxrept Htmility Ity f arrlor imr wrok Ki ccnlf lljr ninll ar jcur jeW WKKItlV KstnhlUliol m Kery Tliumlnt lly mnll per rii IjO Kntnrod nl tlin Iostolllco nt Norfolk Nob n rpcontt olnrt matter Tnlnjilimin No 22 The Norfolk Wiokly NnVHliiirnnl Tho Noukouc Viitiuv Nkwh mul TTohvomc JouiiNAti lmvo boon coiinoll dntod nntl thoimpornppunrRtodny vtnrtor iho diuiio of Tin Nourouc Vkikiy NnwB ToUHSAt Tho publication of tho Wkkkly Nkwh lms boon chntiKoii to couform to tlmt of tho Jouhnal which is Fridny lly tho ooiiHolldiitlon of tho Nkwh nnd JomiNAii two of tho oldost pitpurs in tho county ivro morKod into onn Tho Journal h tho older having boon os tablishod in 1877 whilo tho publication of tho Nkwb wiia cotmnourod in 1881 Thoro 1h but ono pnpor in tho county that can boast of a greater ago tho MadiHon Ohrouiolo whluh was ttirtud in 187U Tho Bubacription lint of tho Nuws JoiiHNAi will bo a combination of tho listH of bo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

Vr k f l V 4 1 1 II 8 Meeting- of Commercial Bodies Discusses the Matter MEMORIAL TO CONGRESS Cnnrri Icil inrt to llo Muiti for llio KuiJy liimrliiiriil ill Hit MtuMltc licviit Ciiiiiini rri Iiin lli lil In Ut tin iiliii SUiil liliulii to WlMtilnytnn St lllllls Nov 1J1 DohJJIltcs fitiiting IT cninincrritil ami Industrial organizations niitlniinl mid local culled together to take uclloii looking to the passage of Mtuito lttll No Hl better Known as Ctillnius bill oiiincnd the Inlersliite commerce lnw yester day adopted a memorial to congress urging Its early enactment Ik solutions were also adopted pro viding that an executive committee or live members lie appointed by the chair with full power to take hiicIi ac tion as It may deem best to carry out the purposes of this convention The resolutions also recommended that each body represented In the conven tion send one or more delegates to Washington upon the reassembling of congress for the purpose of exerting their personal Inlltience...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

IE URL Ravages of Cyclone In Tennes see nnd Mississippi MOST HAV00AT COLUMBIA WttlUiiq In llir 1iI1i or III Storm linu i lamiiK ir 1rIiiu r burin JM Iti unlHlnl nml Irn Pi I torn Kllliil OulrlRlil Nashville Tenn Nov ill Ini ills patches liiillvtitv tluil Hie Htm m which wept over iimlluMii Mississippi mill continl nml western Tennessee wni one of gicnl scvcilty Advices to tlu Associated 1iess nml from special cor respondents hIiow Unit tlic 1mm of llfo in the tenitoiy vlsltcil liy t lit toi initio already amounts to IH nml the niiiii Mr Injmctl lo ovii 70 Tologinphh communication to lln legions visited ty tlu cyclone In suspended nml It Ih f Hired tluit when full dctnllH mo known the list of the iKiitl will bo lengthened The following tnhle shows tlui loss of life together with Injiiicd roipptled from dispatches forced through by courier mid telephone from the deMtstntetl IociiIHIch Killed Injured Colutnbln Tenn 0 lArknbtieln Miss lt ln Orange Teuu lnvorguo - IThonipson 1 Isolntisvl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

1 n j r HI in si Company Makes Some Hand some Concessions THE BEST EVER OFFERED Iiieromeil VluW of lleetn Curtain to lo lit Itemitt rnrnmri Will lie IhIiI fur Until Ini tlinlr Irmliirt to llio Factor--1 n Ton I tlto Iliwent 1rlte Kre m 8nturltsR Daily MiuinKorl N Hnndick of tho Nor folk sugar factory received u dispatch from Now Yurie Wednesday announc ing somo important ohatiRosin tho boot contracts with fur mors for tho noxt season Today ho roooivod a copy of tho now contract which will bo printed nt ouco and bo ready for tho signatures of farmers in u fow days Tho now contract is undoubtedly tho best ovoi offorod tho farmer and thoao who have aeon it express thoir satisfaction with its concessions It will undoubtedly moan a lnrgo InoreuHO in acreago and ospeci nlly by producers in tho immediate vicinity of tho factorios as extra induce ments aro oilerod those who can deliver their products by wagon Tho manage inout of this and tho Grand Island fac tory has mado ropoatod endoavora...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

1 I li 1 I I caan 6 Thcflopfolkficuas Tho Dlnlr Courier linn oomo out for tlio republican cnuso and will bo found battling for the right hereafter Governor Elect Dietrich has already announced soino of his appointments ami It seems tlmt tho fusloiilsts art fintl ltig no ground for criticism Tho ChlniRo situation continues to bo tho absorbing international topic It neonis evident thai Uliinu in nbout to bo brought under civilizing inllueneoh whether hIio will or not In I8D0 California and Oregon were the only Htntea west of tho Missouri thnt gnvo their oleotornl voteH to MoKin ley Thoy do not feel Ioiichoiiio how over in tlio year of our Lord 11MX When fiiHiouistrt nssoit that it wns bribery and coercion tliat won tho lust oleution they Blander inciinborH of their own party because many of them helped in swelling the majorities for tho rupub lican ticket Tho vote of Hunting at tho last elec tion is a refutation of the vile stories circulated about O II Dietrich by the fusionists Ho r...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

nnpn A Close Call at the Home of D J Kocnigstein REGISTERS WERE CLOSED Hot Air Ik Not n Imiil Thing to Try to lloo Coiiipiinlr MaUo tlio Hnn but TliolrServlornnro not ltriilrHl Contribution to tlio Department From Fridays Dally A furnnco is supposod to bo ubout the safest heating apparatus llmtthorois yet it seonis tlioro is dangor oven in n furnace as was shown at tho homo of D J Kocnigstein this morning Tho house had become too warm and ovory register had been closed thus prevent ing the escapo of tho hot air It only took a short timo under theso conditions to generate a blaze which though startling to tho family was quickly sub dued with n bucicet of water A flro alarm had been sent in aud tho West Side hoso company and tho Mast hose company woro soon on the ground but no service was required of them When it was learned that tho tiro was undor control tho other com panies were ordered back to tho hose houso by Chief Winter In spite of tho fact that no sorvice was required of tho ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

a IMPROVING SYSTEM Tvlpplionr Compiinr riimniMireil Worlt r UrtlprltiR llin Simlennt Norfntli A force of men started to work this morning at making hoiiio extensive Im provements to thu telephone HyHlom in Norfolk mid when thorn work In com plated tlio system hero will bo greatly mvporior to wlmt It has boon Throo rubles nro to bo uho1 ono across Fouith street onodown to Fifth atrect nnd ono south on Fourth nitwit to tho M E ohuroh Wires to bo used In Hldo thoso limits will bo dropped ont of tho cable at tho coritur of Main and Fourth stroots Tho central olllco or operating room in to bo moved bank of its present location in thu Cotton block to tho room hereto foro occupied by Dr H li Seoggin as a dontul olllco Tho party linos will also bo equipped for selective signals A special appara tus will bo used by moaiiH of which only thonumbor wanted on tho party lino will bo called This will tlo away with nil rings above two and only ono and two ring culls bo used when tho lin provomont I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

f HONORS FOR HEILMAN ltitrlxm tlm Appointment of Deputy StittuI riiiMimr ITiuIrr TicnMirrr Ilcrt Wm Slut fur lrom TlinrdlnB Dully K G Heilinnn of this city has been offered mid 1ms accepted the position of deputy sttito treasurer under Treasurer elect Win Ktnefer of West Point ft position that is cMtiinated to bo worth nbout 100 n year Mr Heilinnn will take charge of tho position nbout lanmiry 1st nml will niovo hin family to Lincoln about tliat timo Ho in well quiil tled for the poi tion having an extensive knowkdgo of bookkeeping nuil having mtvkI this county as cleric for threo temiH nil of which givoH him a comprehensive knowl edge of tho duties that will bo required of him in his now position Sinco last spring Mr lliilnian lias hail charge of tho oflleial abstract busiuops established in this city by Chester A Fuller Ho has written that geutloninu of his appointment for the purpoBO of getting relieved from tho business Mr Heilman has nhvayn been an earnest worker in tho republi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

10 iv 5----------------------------1 fT I f JOHN TOPP PIRATE v K -if l T By Woathcrby Chcsnoy and Alick Munro wrutiiinr 1U iiv wrwnriiuv imiwnkv ani viuk mi niio iiiuotiu thins in ii niin n ----- Aloe wns roil linlriil slender anil wiry nnil iibout six iiiontliN my senior I wan tlio best lighter In Whitby i viii Jtnn Asqnlth tin Hiiulnt Iviil butchers amy said so anil I bail a reputation to lose Alee wan a neweoiner to tlie town nnil bail none Come on carrntty lienill I erleil stung at hint Into action by lie Jeers which 1 alTcctcil to despise They tell inc you a iv n good lighter let ih see which of us two Is to be cock Hut the stranger kept his hands In Jils pockets Why should I light he asked gravely 1 havent iiuarreleil with you Afraid said I contemptuously Bight Kay 1 can beat you and you Mhnut have your thrashing No he replied steadily I am not nfrulii of you but I dont choose to Sight for nothing Thats all bras 1 said as I edged ip to lilm Youve either got to light or acknowl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN EXAMINATION FREE nw a Defects scarcely noticeable in children assume dangerous proportions with advancing years A proper correction now will prevent serious complica tions later fill c p a pifliQimttT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA NORFOLK X I Steam Laundry i i umy nisi uasn iauuui y 2 In Northeast Nebraska Every effort mudo to plcnso imtrone and givo Biitibfiictioti Latent improved ma chinery UBed in all departments Work not fatisfnctory will bo relaundcrod free oi cnarKe u roiurneu unworn w X ROUGH EDGES TAKEN X OFF COLLARS X X DAN CRAVEN Proprietor X The Norfolk feed JB11 PAY CASH and BUY CHEAP One Block West of Creighton Depot CORN OATS CHOPPED CORN AND OATS CRACKED CORN SCREENINGS BRAN AND SHORTS FLOUR BON TON SUNSHINE SNOW DROP RYE FLOUR CORN MEAL WHEAT GRAHAM RYE GRAHAM Phone lai ART McCOY Proprietor For Breakfast Foods Thompsons Cash Grocery These are a few Pi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 November 1900

12 H miM n mm D ROBERT HARR ItVpvrfclit I MM In Holierl 11m 1 loniilo had promised Imfe Hor HHK fried not to coniinuiiieiitu with tho di rector of police mid she how wondorcd whether Mio would lie hrenhliiK lwr Word or not If nho let Hint ollleiul know tlio iisult of litr invriHiiiitioi when it ooulil mako no ITiroiirr unit way or tlio otlior to tlio niofiwHor If Professor Hiif ft ieil could liuvn foreseen his own mttidcu dentil would lio not nho uikcd herself have preferred lo inn It o nubile nil nho knew of lilui for hail li not constantly reiterated tlmt fnnio mid the consentient transmission of his name to posterity was wlmt ho worked for Then there wiih this con nldcration -if tlio chief of police was not told how tlio explosion had heen canned IiIh fruitless mmrcli would go futilutyon and doubtless in the courm of police imiuiiy many innocent por tions would he arrested put to Incon venieneo and expense and there was even a chaneo that one or more who had absolutely nothing to...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

V U t J i The Norfolk Weekly News Journal I II 18 II Hundred Persons Fall Through Roof of Glass Worc3 EIGHTY TWO ARE INJURED JUlniilili it Victim Itoint In Im iincci In Mtlit nf TIiiiiimiiiiIi Ill WiitililliK lnolliilll 4 in me lit Mm lmnrliii Whin I tint Itiiul linr WiJ I iiilir mil Miiiln San rmnrlsio Nov JO riilrliHMi emiH wtio kilhtl niul Sli badly Injured llV tllC tOllllllSl Of till1 IMOt of tho Ill- ollie kIiins works on Klltuunth HtriiM yesterday whU It wits crowded with men and hoys wiiUhinf tt football tliiiu on the lieid adjoining Ahout 100 persons fell Through tho roof upon tlie xTiwl furiiuees and yltiKS vats heluw All were horridly burned and it is feared that in addi tion to the lit deaths already reported there will he several more The dead William Valencia George Kxtell Kdwin Khthaveii M Vuiidltflnu J A Mulroony Thomas 1 Klppon V H llaehfelt Talleyrand Harnwell Carroll Harold Krank New by and four bodies unidentified The most seriously Injured are John NroiiKh Film C...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

2 The Norfolk T4euus W N UUSK IuhUslUT DAILY KMnnllnlir il 17 Ktnrj lny oreit Hunitnr carrier iMSiii mwwwp iHHWlilIWW pr wixik 15 conU llj mnll r yonr iw wijiiuyn1vsioiihnai Tliii Now eMnlilMiftl tsil Thn Jotiriml rMnlilUhtil ISi7 Kvcrjr Krlilnj Hjr mull tor jcnr l0 Kntoml nt the loftdlllco nt Norfolk Noli lie eccwml rlnM nrnltor Telephone No 22 Chrlstuma youro next Now tlmt street hIkiih Imvo bcon pouted nt nil tlio Mriiit iwnern will eomeono nxplntu why tho jironiiKiMl froe mail delivery syntum Ih not foitliconi inB Tho Turku dont wniiohow nmireclnlo tho visit beiiiK jmlil thnm by tho U H lmttloHhlp Kentucky untl threaten to break liplonmtlo relntioiiH with this country If tlioy do it will ho tho woiHt bronk thoy ovor iiutilu Not for yoiirn hH Norfolk experienced m dollKlitful ThunkHjiviiiK wonthor n tlmt of yofitordny OveroontH mid lumvy wraps woro ontlroly useless untl hoiiio times nnoomfortnblo Tho nlr whh balmy tho kuiihIiIiio hriht and poopl woro tomptod out of doom in luro i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

l V II ill Anti British Movement Assum ing Dangerous Proportions MARTIAL LAW DEMANDED London Innnr rulILlic Alarmist Iriiii Chio Ion il ItiilxiH Coulliin Itcpuit of Ilcnn of llut AbhIiinI Ul IIfo Aurttt Mud i London Nov JS Tho Dully Mull publishes this niuiiilus the following itlminlHt dispatch truiu ape Town The untl ltrltlsh IooIIhr In Onpe Colony Is tisKtitnliiK diinuiious ptopor tions owln to lalso Htoilos spteiid of Urltlnh bin luii Ity In Uiuhkc Ulver Col ony tiuil the TtatiBViiiil Loyalists four tlmt the Dutch coiiKiess next week Mill be the signal for u iIsIiir and they deuiund that niaitlul law be pro claimed throughout tho colony The fcltuatloii Is declined to be graver than At any pre lous period during the war Referring edltoilally to Its Cape Town advices the Dully Mall adopts a most morions tone asBeitlng that the nntl llrltlh movement Is accent tinted by the withdrawal of troops trom Cape Colony nnd calling for vigorous Mo tion by the HrltWli go eminent WOULD KILL LOR...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

1 itn n China Called Upon to Pay Al lies 300000000 AGREE ON TWO PKOFOBALS XCnroio Tab dp rriinilllnii Irrt lounly Item Urn Kiilumi Willi I mil ltiltnino til mum IIiir nil Irrnl I Vallrrvinli IIhvk IIkIiI Willi Hour London Nov V7 Dr MoitIhoii wir ing to tlu Times rioin Peking Sunday ays Tho foreign envoys have Agreed to two proposals Hint were pre viously rejected owIiik to luck of iinn sdmlty These are Sir Krucst SiiIowh roposul Hint China hIuiiiM auree to recant the commercial treaties mid the Itnllim propositi tlmt China should eon twnt to forrlcti llnuiHlul control iih u KUiirantec ot tlu Indemnity Tho de lay In the presentation of the Joint rot Is 1I110 to procrastinations liy I In home governments IIiIh Increases the difficulties of the position and aggra vates tlio dislocation of trudo nnd flnniicc especially tlio collection of In InnU revenues At tlio lowest estimate the Indoinnlty Ih computed ut 00000 000 A dispatch from leklng snys Col nel Yoreks column took Knlgan with out...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

LOVES FIRESIDE The room Ii coty Ami dArk The curtalm sway to Mid fro In islot19 roy 1 mttk The Iok tlanici flutter and How Ior I tte the Maze In it coKIrn hare In each tvlmlow pntie nwlrl and blow Where It tlilhimrrs And Ifann Where It gUmmm And gleams One hlare in U pane irIowj Six Halo btarrt in ilx little pnnn Thouch hut one on the tile I knuw One fare In he Ior Ire llfiht In a reierle beams ami alilnrjj One ate in the In Ire bright U mellow In all its lines And then theres the selfsame far ASinllc III cli iliinc lit pane A beam with the wlnrontc graca Of a tender lotc r train h Six Utile faces In six little panes Klx little tracts All In a tow Jr Mx little traces And ii little face Though only one at my hearth I know When loves Ores smoldcrinc low My fancies like window panes Hellect with her smile dllne llie RnilitcM that tenda the slirint - Her face tliit sentters all woe With Its iharm that nocr wane Is hundreds of facts With hundreds of Rractfl In amy n panes a row Though hu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

S ThcflorfolkflcLas A news item reports hiffh wnter In Kentucky How exceedingly disagree it must bo ftMr I ho colonels Tho regularity with which post o nice are being roblied creates tho impression that Uncle Sams agencies must bo eay There seeum to bo a determined gang thnt innkcs this n business and they nppear to operate where Wat expected It was supposed thnt the campaign crded with NovciiiIkt but with two United State senators to elect several Mate appointments to fill and tho leg Mature to ln organized it Feems as though tho fun had but just fairly com menced Governor Klect Motri h says ho has troubles of his own and is taking no part in tho fight for nmator which will bn a task for the legislature Ho finds that candidates for less iniortnnt olllco rn keep liliu pretty thoroughly inter ctcd and busy In view of tho evidence furnished by Nebraska this fall that sho is right is it rtn unreasonable hope that tho next new warship of tho U S navy should bo known as Nebraska Instead ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

i f 7 lTwwp f now rV w 1 - fc 3T If- X x W1 1 - k S 9 - S H K 9 - t t 1 g 1 t JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Weathorby Chosncy and Alick Munro corrniGirr 1POO dt wkatiuuuiy ciikhnty ami aulk munuo uxubTiunosa nr h o cuultas a CHAPTER II Before Alecs nrrlvul on the scone I grieve to say that besides being one of the grot test Ounces In the school I was also so tlit muster paid the most troublesome young scapegrace he over linil the misfortune to eane He told my father that he could not conscien tiously take any hlaine to himself for my deplorable Ignorance and deprav ity as he would wnrrant that there was scarcely a square Inch of my un gainly carcass that his ferule or birch broom hnd not scored I was Innately wicked he declared and my poor fa ther groaned and said he feared the Bchoolmnster was right There was really some Justification for this belief of my fathers for all my ten brothers I was the youngest of 11 were either doing well or giving promise of It and I was the only one who had ev...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

vq 8 muKHLd Hnu b nuuonud1 ALLWFME WILLING TO MISK THIi CIR CUS POSTERS AGAIN Vn Voi hltm Ilir trrlcliii Irr IV tin IIi Armiinrntn Tlint Mcip ruiMl llic IMiili Tlml Worn I Slniln mill llo I In IIioInIiiii Cniiir tCopyrlxht l by C H lwlsl It was Moiph Harper who licuim It Porno ono told hhn lint n olrous ltd vertlnln wnpm wns slowly Iml surely iippronchlnp tlio town of lorlelio and lie lot It Iv linowu tlml lio would show nt tlio postollloo In tin cvimiIii nml invo Runtliln to say to Intel ohI tlio Imll United States Nnlindy rould Kin whether Mosoh lmd found a now wny of Rlttln n 111 rod iinui up at I oclock In NI10 inornln or was roIii to oxporlniont Ion Rrowln broomsticks nnd tlio crowd jwna lioldln Its brenth when lio showed kip Mom didnt lose no vnlliulilo lino try In to II ml out whether Porto Klro wolotigcd to tlio United Slut oh or to 11 Itoluieco tniHt but put on IiIh opcrtncloH nnd mild Citizens of Tlio tocsin hni wounded nnd wo nro lioro tonight to counsel together In tlio ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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