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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 June 1902

10 TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20,1002 , Madison County's Delegations Named. KOENIQSTEIN FOR GOVERNOR. Stnto Delegates Instructed to Use All Honorable Moans to Promote the Mayor of Norfolk's Candidacy. Oounty Ticket Not Named. Krotu Tlititmtn ) ' * Dully/ / The > domooratlo uonnty. " convention t inofc In Battle Creek yesterday afternoon , pursuant to call. Organization wan effected with Senator Halo OH chairman nud Frank Murtln , of the Bnttlu Crook Enterprise , as secretary * On motion the credentials of the dele gates were handed to the secretary for examination. Ho found that there were no contests , On motion the delegates present were authorized to cast ( ho entire votes of their respective precinct * . The preliminary work of the session being complete , the following were ulootod OH delegates to the state con vention : D. .1. KoenigHtoln. G. A. Luikart. A. Bear , j John II. HullT. J. B. Donovan , L W. King. „ Goo. W , Losoy. liJ , Halo. F. G. Saltor. P. F. Zimmerman...

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 — 20 June 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 20 , 1902 , Jewelry Do ! air ness The jewelry store that has two pricedwould take an un fair price from all if it could/ aud makes sure of getting an unfair price from bomo. We HaiiR lilt floe Piice plain figure , which cannot be deviated Iroin. Wo think wo pell good "Watches , Olockp , Jewelry nnd Silverware , just as low an it can bu bold and be gooi. We think we I ave a nire stock to select from. Come in and pee. . Fine Wtitch nnd Jewelry Repairing n Spec ialty. G. F. W. MftRQUftRDT , JEWELER , , NORFOLK - NEBRASKA. Dr. Marqiiatdt , Eyes Exiraincil. Glasses Filled. Correct Fit Uunruntcod. NORFOLK. NKHKABKA / : - - See lie cldc't irhibitrit. Ho IIBB pnlil II nt , I < D i in w IIIIB no Homo * Ho in coun- noting liiefou tu tuko hie S viuKdamJ mnke a tiret pnjment ( in H hump , uuf t Hy IIP bniaxco by Di'kiaic aoin Irorn ti.o . E.kliorn Hnil MDR and Snvincs ACB ciation. Tim.r plan IB o.eily cnderttooil. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH We have jus...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 June 1902

-jT"-ti - / JJ.A.L/J TIIH isrnmmi.K NRWRimin.vv. . .IHTNII ? ; > n Meeting of Democrats 'la ' Held In New York. V PLCVELAND AND HILL JPEAK s1 ' Ex-Prcsldcnt Announces Hla Absolute j Retirement From Politics Drynn ' ( 'invited , but Did Not Reply Demo- i cratlc Unity the Keynote , 'is ' / . i ' Now Yorlt , Juno 20. Democratic tinlly was the keynote luiit nlKht of aj great Blithering of roproHontatlvo Domocrnts who hnd como to attend tliu opening of the ImndHomu now quarters of the Tlldon club. Addrofwos were made by prominent Democrats And afterward , u collation wiin Horvotl In the banquet hall to the dlatla * Kiilnhod KUt'sta of the ovonliiK anil a buffet cupper wha sarvud la the buso * incnt for the rank and fllo. To the Democrats the ovt > nt waa ono of the most inomoroblo for many a , I day. Orovor Clovolnnd and D.ivld D. Illll met lu harmony , Booking to draw the factions of tliolr party together. It WIIH the Ural pnhllc political appear * unco of the ox-prosldont In flvo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

THE NORFOLK wEEELT NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JUiNti 27. 1902. -ojiiation Wcclc Royal Patient is Able to Smoke and Takes Food. DOCTORS NOW MORE HOPEFUL .Condition of King Is Declared Even More Satisfactory Than the Bul letins Indicate Services of Inter- I , cession Held In All Churches. .London , Juno 27. Those around ( King Edward continue to bo aston - Ishcd at his rapid recovery. The slightly annoying symptoms men tioned In the bulletin Issued at 11 o'clock last night are quite Inconsequential quential compared to the fact , which the Associated Press has learned , that his majesty again took food last night and was afterwards allowed to smoke a cigar. Queen Alexandra sat with her husband all the evening and only left him after ho had fallen Into peace ful sleep. The following bulletin was posted at Buckingham palace at 11 o'clock last night : "Tho king has passed a fairly com fortable day and has maintained his strength. Ther.0 is a returning de sire for food , which has been...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 27 , 1902 , \V. N. HO BID. I'ublleber , DAILY. . i Kviry day etropt Hnmlny , By earrlHuier vi k , It , cents , B ; mall | > er year , < , WKICKI/V NICW8 . > I < / < TnNAI < , Tb N wi , eitahllVlietl , 1&W" TheJpvinHil.eitabllrtieil 1817 KWT Prldnyl Hj m ll per jenri $1.60 , KoUred * Vlha Poitofllce nt Norfolk , ' Nab. , ni eonil olafci mntter , TUnhonitfi Ktlllorlnl I ) < mf rtment , No. Z2 | lladneii OIllc * nuil Job Roomi , No. 522. REPUBLICAN TICKET , State. For Governor JOHN H. MICKIST Folk For Lieutenant Governor K , (1 , McOn.TON ForTrrnnnrcr rjrntlt MOIITKNKOM Vllllty For Bocretnry Of State Q. A. MAIIHII y. . . HlclinriUon For Auditor . CiiAni.EH WF.HTON Bliorldan For Huporlntumlent of Public lontrnctlon Wll.I.UM K. POWI.KK For Attorney Oonornl FnANK N. PMIUT. . . For Lund Commlttloncr ( lEonoii 1) ) , FOI.UIKU NncliolU Congressional. For CoiiKrofuninn , Third District JDIIN J. McCAUTitv it will horonftor bo fashion- n...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

1'HK NORFOLK i\J3WR. Fill DA Y , Jl'NK 27 , 15102. Passes Good Night and Makes Satisfactory Progress. CORONATION 13 POSTPONED. Rougher Element Still Parade London , Streets and Present Boisterous { Scene Latest Reports from Bednldo 1 of Royal Sufferer Are .Reassuring. London , Junq 25-i-The Hln0 , P .P cd * good might. Them , are no , complies- ; tlons. No official. bulletin , has-been Issued this morning. Tne A w- elated Press , however , learns that the klng'a condition continues eatlsfaetory. \ London , 'Juno 25. 'vVJth. ' drajnallo euddenneBfl.'tho kins hpj.Jjsbn strfckon down upon tlio eve of his 'coronation. He now llos la a critical state Buck ingham palace. , Jn spite of the Intensity pt this ' tij&glc Interruption , the , lower oletnc'nt of London "Mafficked" through the flag-decked streets and a portion of society , In coronation gowns and Jew els , gathered at what Is called a gala coronation dinner at one of the fash ionable hotels , Even at the gates of puchlnghara ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

Condition of Ruler Shows Satisfactory Progress. ABLE TO TAKE NOURISHMENT , , Physicians Detect No Unfavorable Signs and Everythlno Points to > ' , ! /Rapid Recovery From Effecti of t I , the Operation. ' " 'London , Juno 20. Kins Edward's I Condition Ip even more satisfactory vftmnj'lms been Indicated by tlio last 'iiullpiin. 'llu 1ms made ft decided 1m- lirovomc'iit , and the feeling at Buck ingham palace IB very hotloful. Ills majesty IB able to tulto nourishment. v Ho had Bcrarablod OBBB and a little liock and soda last evening nnd with IIH ! own hands ho opened uovornl telegrams. Tlio bulletin IsMiod at 11 v o'clock lust night IB regarded as Intensely - , tensely satisfactory. This bulletin Is ' roncrally taken as bolng tlio 'first oc- | , niHlnn upon which the king's doctors liuvo allowed thomnelvcs to express , even to a small dcirrcc , the hopeful Tccllngu they'undouhtcdly , oven though privately , entertain. Thirty- nix hours having elapsed ulnco the ' operation was perfo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

j BB M * l THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. JUNE U7,1002. < , t If abortion appears In the dairy herd , ono of the first things to do is to change / the sire. t ' r Tho.nutrltlvo value of 13 cento * worth of S per cent milk Is equal to 25 cents' jwortb of round beefsteak. . Hay which will eelli for ? 7 per top from the barn next winter Is better Bold from the field when made at $5. When a fat hog sells for $30 and a fat steer for $100 , as today , It Is no .wonder there Is a boom In farm lands. , . June butter Is going Into cold storage nt about 22 cents per pound this year , nearly 4 cents higher than It has been for many years. , , Farmcrs seem to lend a willing hand to the bears on the boards of trade by bragging too much about the prospec tive yield of their crops. 1 Nature very reluctantly i combines fllzo and good quality in iany of her products. The largest things of a giv en typo arciby no means the best. 1 * Steady work for 'the ' bull nt the head of the herd will not only mak...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDA Y , ,1UNE 27,1902. /fa / t lUlokoy McCnrtliy McGlltou. Cuss nnd 01 oo count popynllstR nro among thopo who will oppose n y fusion in Nebraska thin j car with nuy party. The coronation of King Kdward limy bo postponed , btit Norfolk' ? celebration of the Fourth of July will take plnco , i ruin or uhluo. ' ' IHfi friends nro confident tlmt J. J. * "McCarthy will make a little bit the prettiest and Rwifteht race for congress . over seen in this district. Miokoy McOarthy makes it look as though the Emerald Inlo had Hometlmo contributed names if not people to the republican party of Nebraska. 1 It IB expected that congress ' ' adjourn on the uvo of 'tho Fourth and * thun give the people additional cmisu ' lor an enthusiastic celobrntlou of the nat ixl day. Norfolk has proparqd for n rousing celebration of the Fourth and there will bo a largo crowd of people to enjoy the day hero. Others will regret that they wore not present. The Fourth of July is a week from 'uo...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

THE NOKFOLlv NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 27 , 1902 , u [ uo By the O * , . . o O oo o ' O + o Skate's Click o nr WILPIIKD CLAltltU o o o Copyright , 1001 , by A , 8. Rlcliatlion o Between the strike nml the train rob beries Itascoin , superintendent of tlio L. nml W. rend , was having his hands full. Secretly he hollered the Inttcr to be the result of the former , lie lind innde a clean sweep of the malcontents ut Solent , utul the BtrlUers had been Btrauded high and dry financially. ZThora had been ugly rumors and throntB , too , but BaHcom had gone quietly on hja way. Sympathy In the 8mfllulnte'rlor ) city ran with the -strlk- I'crsj and $ hat' ho thought the su'per- ' Intcudontjwjsclj Uejttto himself. < , ' 1''V Vhcnthd"hnd 'Ordered the posters of- sfeHng a rovhrd ? of $500 foi1 Informa- 'tlo'n ' Icnd.lng to the npprbliensldn of the .trnliv robbers , he hud fett that It was liio : y'wasted. . The average i'nhablt- ant of Solent was not -looking for trouble. . % , And now on \ crisp m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 27,1002. IX Jolly Norfolk Merchants For an Hour and a Half. DELIQHTED WITH THEIR TRIP. The Twenty-Second Regiment Band n Feature cf tlio Excursion' ' Fine Music WAS Dished UpOrnnltn Rep resented by 120 Enthusiasts. Dnlly ! 0no hundred awl twenty strong , flu- injTfonr Pullman coaolion , ovorr l llf virtual of thorn rtellfflftdd , with the trip ami the country , ( ho Oiqnlin douiinorpia.1 olni bedecked with bndROH and button * , nnd' headed by the 33ntl Iloglinontbiwid , jxrrlvod in Norfolk nt' ' C oMoolc fiwt tivoritng , npont nn hour ami ft half wUh thd Sugar City and loffc over the Elkhorn - horn nt ( I : : ; ( ) , hoiuoward bound. . Th'oy had boon out on tUglr jaunt just two days and were fooling fliio. They eaugj dnnood. nud Jolllodjtho morolmntH from the time they struck tlio town un til the departing signal aoundod. AH sorts of firms were roproflontod nud by Jill ftorta of methods. The South Oninha Llvo Stock ox- ohnugo Imd n car of its own , ...

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 — 27 June 1902

TJE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 27 , 1002 , 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , 0. 0. Gow is nttctidlng the obantnu ( inn at Beatrice. Mrs. Ohtxs. Stilt Una gone to Gram Island for a visit. J. G. CollliiB loft yesterday lor a trij throngh Colorado. E. A. Cram cnmo down from Creigh ton last night and mnde n trip to Omabi today. Miss Edith Altsohnler is homo froa Omaha where she has been nttondlnt Bchool. , \ Mrs. Vff J. Gow and children hav < gone to Blue Springs on a visit to hei parents. Chandler Owen has gone to Colorndc Springs where ho will spend his vacatict on a ranch. v Miss Emma Mueller returned last night fro'm Omaha and has resumed hoi duties in the Fair store. Harry Owen returned yesterday from Fairbault , Minn. , where he has been attending - tending school during the past year. Mrs. 0. R. Eller , who has been visit ing her parents , Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 Mntran , has returned to her home it Lincoln. Mrs. L Bnckendorf and two youngest children left this noon for La Porte Iml. , where ...

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 — 27 June 1902

10 TlIK NOllFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JtrNB 27 , J002 , Bold and Systematic Scheme of Fraud Disclosed , CHAIN OF EVIDENCE IS STRONG. Prisoner Glvos Nnmo of L. L , Wmn , Out Appears to Hnvo Numerous At * Insos nt Hand. Qots Some Money and Returns For More. 1'rom Jburi\ilnj' Dully ! i .Tho ofllcorn o ( the Norfolk JSTaloual | Imutnro entitled to thooruili ofcupnr- , ( itiK OHO of the most pjoyer , forK rvho ycr nttoinptod to pporato lu this sootlou pf thp country , tie ) capture ihavbiff boon offoQtqd this Corning , Tie ) mna .holfl nppoaVs to have beoa oport\tiiiT | under numerous aliases but gnvo tbo pamoof L , IWlnu t the bank. Ifa pone OH the roprofioiitattvo of n sohool aupply hoiiBO dealing lu maps , and his ( orgortou nro in connection with school warranta , having dealt in the namoa of various Bohool onicora in the districts surround ing Norfolk. Ho Huooccilinj ; in cashing warrants to the amount of nbout $2fiO 00 and but for the error in ono nauio on hia imrt uilidit today bo onjo...

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 — 27 June 1902

11 A REGULAR CUSTOMER In n. eatl fled ono. That IB wlmt wo want yon to bo. Wo niin to nmko every sale nrtvor- tiso us , nml give tlio best goods for the least money. We Strive to Please the Public , nnd whether a largo sale or eimply n small repair job.eaoh rt-ctfives oar beet effort. All work loft for repairs promptly and carefully attended to. G. F. W. MftRQUflRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Dr. Marquardt , Eyes Exiraincd. Glasses Filled , Correct Fit Gimrmiteoil. NORFOLK , Nr.IIUASKA Sco tlio oldest inlmbititit. Ho linn nhvnyu paid K ut , nn.i nuw bus no Homo. He io couu * soling his i > nu to tuko IIIB S tviugB and make a 11 ret payment on a home , nnd tiny the balance by making a Joan from the Elkhoru liullrting and Savings ABB iclation. Their plan IB easily understood. / T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH There are people in the world who ore afraid to patronize a high grade store , because they infer that prices are higher than in stores which are oper ated on the hit and...

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 — 27 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNJ3 27 , U)02. ) 'asses Substitute for Senate Philippine Bill , IM'CALL VOTES WITH DEMOCRATS Measure Provides for Civil 8clf-0ov- ornment When Peace It Established. House Votes for Panama Canal Dill and It Now Goes to President. Washington , Juno 27. At 8 o'clock Innt night , nt the end of a nlno hours' niton and of a dobuto luatlntf night nnd day for a week , the liouao panned .the Philippine civil ffovornftiont hill practically as It tiimo frdth the com * tnlttco. It was a party vote 141 to 97 with the bxcopUon of McCull , who Toted with the Democrats. The mi nority nuhnUtuto , for the oatubllnh- inont of a temporary government In the iHlundn and tholr pormunont Indo- pomlenco an noon tvn a stable govern- rurnt could bo ostabllHUod , was do * fcntecl by 1)5 ) to ICO. The dobnto dur- Ins the day was at times of a lively cuurnrtur. The Democrats offered a imilUtmlo of nmonriinonta , but nil wcro voted down , Including ono ottered by I'attorHon ( Tonn. )...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 June 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. JUNE 27. 1002. ( Passes Substitute for Siinatc Philippine Bill. M'CALL VOTES WITH DEMOCRATS Measure Provldeo for Civil adf-Qov- ernment When Peace li Established. House Votes for Panama Canal Bill and It Now Goes to President. Washington , Juno 27. At 8 o'clock Inut night , nt ttto end of a nlno hours' e 8ilon and of a dobnto lasting night And iluy for a week , the liouso panned the 1'hlllpplno civil government bill practically as It rnme > frdrii the com- mlttco. It was a party vole 141 to 97 with the bxcoptlon of McCull , who voted with the Doiuocrats. The mi nority BUlmtltuto , for the establish ment of a temporary government lit the Inlands and tholr permanent itidu * pondonco an BOOH on a stabto govern- rannt could bo oatabllHhod , was de feated by 00 to IfiC. The debate dur- Ins the day wan at times of a lively character. The Democrats offered a jnultlltido of amendment hut all were voted down , Including ono offered by Patterson ( Tonn. ) , to pr...

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 — 4 July 1902

E NORFOLK WEEKLY NE wsJOUEML. , , , . . NORFOLK NEBRASKA J1UDAY ? JULY ! 1902. One Person Killed and Several I Injured Near Racine. HOUSES AND BARI S WRECKED Farm Property Valued at Many Thou- 1 lands of Dollars Destroyed , Stock Killed and Growing Crops Ruined. Havoc In Storm's Path. Racine , Wls. , July 3. A eft-etch of country half a mlle wide , from the town of Raymond east to Huspor , in the township of Caledoniatula coun ty , a dlstanco of ton miles , was swept .by a tornado late yesterday after noon. One man was killed , several persons were Injured , forty houses and barns were wrecked , thirty or forty bead of stock were killed , hundreds of trees were blown down , hundreds of acres of grata ruined and other damage - ago done , the property loss amount ing to many thousands of dollars. The storm first struck the house of JWllllam Cook , Just west of Raymond , and blew It to pieces. J. J. L&lne's bouse was then wrecked and Mr. Lalng was badly hurt , but his family escape...

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 — 4 July 1902

THE NORFOLK LT JOURNAL. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , JMJDAY , JULY-I. 1002 , One Person Killed and Several I Injured Near Racine. HOUSES AND BARtyS WRECKED Farm Property Valued at Many Thou- 1 canda of Dollars Destroyed , Stock Killed and Growing Crops Ruined. Havoc In Storm's Path. y- Racine , Wla. , July 3. A stretch of country half a mile wide , from the town of Raymond east to Huspcr , in the township of Caledonia ; this coun ty , a distance of ten miles , waa swept by a tornado late yesterday after noon. Ono man was killed , several persons were Injured , forty houses and barns were wrecked , thirty or forty head of stock were killed , hundreds of trees were blown down , hundreds of acres of grata ruined and other damage - ago done , the property loss amount ing to many thousands of dollars. The storm first struck the house of [ William Cook , Just west ot Raymond , and blew it to pieces. J. J. Lalng's house was then wrecked and Mr. { Lalng was badly hurt , but his family escaped. His ...

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 — 4 July 1902

2 THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY * 1 , 1902 , W. N , HOBIB. 1'ubllBhor. DAILY , Kitnbllthed , IMtt. r day ie pl Bnudur , "jr.6"9' ' t > or t ceuti , HT mall t'f ' TO" . W.W. Wit Kit I A' NinVS..IOOHNAI. , Tu Niwleitat > IUhed , 1MI. TheJonrnnl , eilabllihed 1B17 K err Friday. Hy mull t > er yenr , f I.W. Kntitut itt the Pottofflee nt Norfolk , Nab. , ni oomloUn matter. T.Unhon .i Kdltorlijl VTJ N1 ; , w1 . . linilneti OlUce nml Job Hoomi. No. sz. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. ForOovnrnor , JOHN II , MKIKP.V . . . . .I . < For Lieutenant Qoiernor- ' ' , K.l.itln.TiN ( ( . Donglan FnrTroimtuor PRTKH MOIITUNHON . Valley ForBocretnrjofBtnto- a.A.MAiiSli . Illchnrdfou ITor Auditor CIIAHLUK WLKTOH . Sheridan rorBuiiorlntotidontoJ Pnlllo luntriictlou- WIM.UU K. IfOWI.KIl . Wellington OoLorhl- For Attorney FllANKN. I'llOUT . . . . . . . ( IftRO For Lund CommlMlontr- . Nnclinlht Congressional , For CoiiKretummi , Tlilul DUtrlct- JOIIN J. M ( CAUTIIV . . . . . After lUOYenrH. There ...

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 — 4 July 1902

'X1 THU NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , , HTLY 4 , 1JW2 , Bailey Assaults Bcvcridgc on „ Floor of Chamber. RESULT OF A HEATED TILT , { Texan Anka Indiana Senator to Re- ir'acVand Refiisal Is Met With'Phys- leal , , Attack In Which /erldflb' Neckwiar la Ripped and Torn Away. Washington , Jdly 1 , Hot words ' imds d1 between" Bailey ( Tor. ) and Boyerldgb ( Ind. ) on tho. floor * of the iab'nat'o and ; aft.dr ttio adjoiirnomont , twos''followed up with a physical aa- rkult by the Texas senator on tha feerihtb 'frohi Indiana , galley criti cised the state department for ita handling of the , case of an. American f cftlz9n , Df. .Scott , and'reflected' on , t o competency of'Judge Penfleld , BO- [ licltor of ; the department , Boyeridga cimractorlzed tfio words of 'tho , [ Toxaa senator as "an unwarranted attock " ; LiTtiis characterization Bailey regarded pa an Insult and demanded that the / 'Indiana senator withdraw his words. .B'everldgo declined to withdraw them .unless Bailey first withdre...

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