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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 15 June 1899

K h x J HOT FIGHT AT GftVITTE Insurgents South of Manila Of fer Desperate Resistance HARIIKST WOKK OF Till CAMPAIGN Henri Try to Turn liwlmii riunk Antorlcnin Gain Only ll llundinl Ynril During the Ihiy Our lo In III EtiRnRPineiit 1larcd ill KUty Mamia Juno 11 The fighting nt Las Pinns continued hotly all day long General lawton culled out the whole lorco of 11001 men nnd nt o oclock lio was only nlili to push tho Insurgents Imck WK yards to tho Zajmto river where they are intrenched The insur gents resisted desperately nnd nggross ively They attempted to turn tho left flank of the American troops Tho American loss is conservatively esti mated at 00 The linttlo continues After firing in volleys for u short tlmo the Americans were ordered to lire when and where they could soothe enemy It was every man for himself and tho best our men could do was to aim at the faint mists arising from tho enemys Kinokoloss powder General Lawton though exhausted by the mornings fight rallied by sheer ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 15 June 1899

J i i v w W4 f A TEAGHERS INSTITUTE Annual Meeting of Madison County Instructors SESSION STARTS OUT FAVORABLY lnrcrr Number of Trnclirr rr cnt ttimi Uyer Attrmlett a Iretlniin Selon The Work lrnvliiB of Intercut Will Cotitln uo Through the Week Tho Madison County teachers insti tute convened at tho Ilgh school build ing in this city yesterday with a large number of teachers in attendnnce At noon today there was an enrollment of 110 which is more than attended tho institute of a year ago Those present have by this umo settled down to tho work in hand from which much good will lesulr Tin- institute is divided in to two sections the rural and graded Tho rural section opucil yesterday af ternoon by a disensfhu conducted by Superintendent OConiu r on organiza tion and classifying the school disci pline etc Special i npbnois wis placed on reading by Mr OConnor as this is tho branch which is usually given the least attention The graded school section was opened yesterday with a discussion ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 15 June 1899

it G r Thefioitfolkflecjas Populism retreats as wages advance Truth loos not ilipiMiil upon ties for its vnluo and forco Ignorance of other peoples In tho cause of moM jealousy motives Tlioso raging wind twisters uro getting nltogethor too cloo liotno for comfort Dave Henderson won tho speakership becaUM it was so oviilcnt that nobody owned him limobnll will tuko n rear pent this season while golf nml tennis hnvo their inning Mrs Li Hung Chang has iUWlO dresses Its fort mint o for her thnt she has a Chi noso laundry Tho poMmiiMer nt North Lansing N Y lias licked stumps for Undo Sum nnd other folk for 70 years Tho mnn who will invent n woid to take tho place of automobilo will re ceive tho thanks of a grateful people Tho man who contents himself with trying to obstruct tho whcols of progress must not complain if thny run over him Admiral Dowey nnd President MeKin loy will trnvol west togother in Octobor nnd will visit Ohicngo Milwaukee nnd tho twin cities Mnrk llnunn is going to Euro...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 15 June 1899

6 m k iV I 9999d9999999e i I Rheumatism v k llym Results from a Bad Liver and can be Cured by Using DrJHMcLEANSi Liver and 1 Kidney Balm A Certain Rcmcdv for Diseases of the Liver Kid 1 neys and Urinary Urgans PRICE SIOO PER BOTTLE FOR SALE BY KOBNIGSTFINS PHARMACY Free Reclining Cliair Cars on all Trains JlFCK SEUVICK CLOSE CONNECTIONS TWO DAILY FnST TllAINS UACH WAY OMAHA AND Atchison Kansas City and St Louis With direct connections to all South ern and Eastern points Unoxcelled time und accommodations to tho Famous Hot Snrines of Arkansas BE SURE TO SECURE TICKETS VA THIS LINE For more complete information deecriptivo piimphlote etc addross J 0 PHILLIPPI W C KARNES A G F and P A T P A Southeast Cor 14th and Douglas StE OMAHA NEBRASKA HUMPHREYS WITCH HAZEL OIL Piles or Hemorrhoids C Fissures Fistulas Burns Scalds 11 Wounds Bruises Cuts Sores Boils Tumors Jfc Eczema Eruptions Salt Rheum Tetters Chapped Hands E Fever Blisters Sore Lips Nostrils O Corns Bunions Stings Bites of Insect...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 15 June 1899

h i TORNADO DRALS DRATU Three Members of the Malloy family at Silix la Killed souniiT HKFiiu in tiii riiiin Kinrrulin Ton Soon They arc Hurled In M VIoltlit DohIIi Other Tom in unit Turin In Inirii nml Nlrnkii lutiinKd llnniri Itlimu Down mid Soittiu ril StoiX City Juno 12 A tornado struck 10 miles south of horo near tho town of Salix la ulHiut 1 oclock Sun luy afternoon Tho storm did not cover a liugo turritory but caused death and terrible havoc wherever tho funnil Miapod cloud struck tlio earth Tho first house struck wan that of John Malloy Tlio family father motlior and eight children bad gone into bo collar when tbo ilty grow dark but aftor remaining tbero a fow moments camo to tbo con clusion tbat it wiw only a tbundor storm and started upstairs again just as tbo cloud struck tbo bouso completely de molishing It Malloy and bin wifo Kato woro Instantly killed Harry Malloy 10 yours of ago was torribly injurod and died in a fow bourn Tom Malloy Rod II was badly mangled and will p...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

Wh LS KV 3 PR 1 DATE FIXMR FIRST Nebraska Regiment to Start for Home Thursday WILL SAIL ON THE HANCOCK Cnblo ltoeelvcd from Colonel Mulford Asking That Colonel Colton Ho Ills churned at On co Committed of Fifty Appointed to Prepare n Stuto Wolcome Lincoln Juno 21 At the gover nors office was received the following cablegram fsum Colonel Mulford of tho First Nebrnsku Manila Juno 21 To Governor Lincoln Neb Ooltou ordered dis charged Manila Would liko till va cancies filled boforo sailing 22d Mulfoiid Tho ndjntant general is in commu nication with tho governor advising as to tho course to bo taken in accordance with Colonel Mulford s request Col ton is lieutonant colonol of tho regi ment and it iB presumed he desires to remain in Manila By this situation Major Frank Eager tho senior major is next in lino for promotion to tho lieutonant colonelcy and Major Wallace Taylor the junior major would then become senior major Captain Horpol shoimer of Lincoln is now tho ranking captain Omaha Ju...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

I it f l j r ThGlStoitfolkfleuis Tho fpiiMiIo lmthing suit isnt suitl iiuu h about There isnt much of it to ppcnk of Tho Chicago Tribune says tho tronblo with tho state anti trust laws is that thoy hnvo side doors Airs Inland Stanford 1ms just contri buted to Stanford University 15000000 inoro dollars Sonio colleges nro born luclty Ion Otis sayH tho rations provided for the soldiers at Manila aro all right And thus fades away another possibility of kicking tho adtniniHtration Assistant Superintendent of tho Ceil hub Wines estimates that tho national census to bo taken in 11100 will show 77000000 This is a gain of 115000000 in ton years If tho samo rato of in crease is maintained in lOfiO tho popular tion of the United States will bo 110 OOOOuO Tho Omaha Hoo inaugurated a now depart uro yesterday by tho issuance of a supplement called tho Omaha Illus trated Hoo Its half tonoscovoring local subjects are well mado and nieoly printed on calendered paper It Is promised as a regular Sunda...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

B v I Rheumatism m P99999 Results from a Bad Liver and can be Cured by Using iDrJHMcLEANS Liver and IKidnev Balm A Certain Remedv fort Diseases of the Liver Kid- neys and Urinary Organs I PRICE 100 PER BOTTLE FOR BALE DT KOENIGSTEINS PHARMACY Free Reclining Chair Gars en all Trains JUICE SERVICE CLOSE CONNECTIONS TWO DAILY FrtST TRAINS 1ZACU WAY HKTWEKN OMAHA AXD Atchison Kansas City and St Louis With direct connections to all South crn and Eastern points Unexcelled time nnil accommodations to tho Famous Hot Serines of Arkansas BE SURE TO SECURE TICKETS VIA THIS LINE For moro complete information descriptive pnmpblots etc address 1 0 PHILLIPFI W C BARNES A G F and P A T P A Southeast Cor 14th and DouhUs Sts OMAHA NEBRASKA HUMPHREYS WITCH HAZEL OIL Piles or Hemorrhoids C Fissures Fistulas Burns Scalds II Wounds Bruises Cuts Sores Boils Tumors Eczema Eruptions Salt Rheum Tetters Chapped Hands E Fever Blisters Sore Lips Nostrils O Corns Bunions Stings Bites of Insects Three Sizes 25c 5...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

V - UYBRY BAIN BCRNBD Courageous and Prompt Action Saves Much Property 1V01IA1I IIOKS A IIAUINU THAT JtOKCiirmi Thin IIoi np from llin Ilury llnrnrn mill 11 Unll Hum liilili Stotrii Julio lltirnrtl Ooitil Work of rim limrtinint Frum iiohIoj r Dnih Wlmt tliriMitoiUil to bo a liiostdcstmc tlvo bln7i and undoubtedly would Jmvo been but for tlui prompt notion of the tiro dtptrtniint wiih stinted in tlui Id Wcghor livery barn between 0 anil 10 oclock lnM evening Ah it was tho rear part of tho barn Ib now ti uutHH of ruins nnd several horses woio destroyed re uniting in a considerable loss to Mr Wognor anil iiIho tho owner of tho barn Tho cause of tbo tiro wiih tho ox plosion or breaking of a lantern carried by Ralph Stoveus one of tho employes of tho barn while ho wivh up i tho hay loft getting hny for tho Iioihoh With tho bronklng of tho lantorn tho burning oil wiih quickly spread ovur tho hay anil It wan almost Instantly boyond tho power of any ono pm son to provont u oonllngmtion alth...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

I Crop prospects this year nro tho best arguments for cheerfulness Prizo Fighter Jim Jeffries retributes his good luck to having beeu born in Ohio Tho Connecticut lcglslnturo hns appro priated 150000 for good roads Thats business nud good souse combined An exchnngo says thnt tho Filipinos remind ouo of Pntti in hor pnlmy days They nro mnking so ninny lnststnnds In Pnris tho lntest nnd best street pavements nro nindo of glnss In Nor folk tho sidewalks nro mudo of boards of tho vintage of 70 Kansas City wants tho democratic national convention to meet there next year It claims to have tho best con vention hull in tho west Tho peoplo of San Juan aro going to celebrnto the Fourth of July Its the first chance theyve over hnd to be Americaus and they aro going to have n regular Yuukeo Doodle sort of n time Whats the matter with Kipling Ho seems to hnvo sunk into a temporary desuetude If ho wnnts to regain his conspicuous placo in the public mind he should either write a now book or fall s...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

J i i LIBERAL CONTRIBUTION Norfolk Responds Generously to Call for Help 11ANDSOMK 1TM lOK HERMAN UHIiimih live rrniitil1y li AmIM Thoin atiuln Dcnlltutn ty llm Ah fill Storm of TiiPMUy A riirllim uf tlio 1itiiil Tiln xmptirit This Mtirnltii NoiiKOtK Nob Juno 11 0 V Wurdlo mnyor Uurnmn Nob Dniw on Oitizons Nntlonal bunk horn for ono hundred dollars our citizens contribu tlon for your RiilTorors J 13 S misov Mnyor Tho mayor wiw onnblod to hoiiiI tho nbovo telegram after tho commit too nn iiounccd lust evening had been at work only two hours thin morning Tho com initio did not Mop thon howovur but Icopt right on with tho ennvnss mid by noon hud swelled tho fund to 1228 1 This nftornoon tho mayor is Htlllntwork Hoolng thoso who woro missod this morn ing and by night considerable mom will 10 nddod Not for a Ioiik tlmo has thoro boon mich a i spontaneous rosponso to tin ap pend for assistance as Mossrs Simpson Lulkurt and Gow mot this morning when thoy asked that tho peoplo con tribute of...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

h A t - t lJ h Come in and See LEONARD The Druggist iind inspect the Latest Line of Medicines Put on the Miirket Newtons Female Regulator anil Tonic Natures Great EmmenagOLUie Every lady sulToring with Female Troubles should try a bottle Newtons Sarsaparilla and Celery Compound is one of the iinest Ulood Kidney and Liver Preparations on the market If in need be sure and try the latest NEWTONS HuCon Hair Tonic 1 f 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 Cetvate 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 JAe can save you 50 pr et on Prescriptions LEONARD...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

if V 1 i n Y ftfv fl r FIGHT WAY TO SAFETY Small Scouting Party Surround- cd by iooo Rebels viikaton comes to tiii lUSCtl richenie lii Annllillnlt III Utile Im cn I tutor MiOoi llulili U riinlrnletl Alter 1 it riiTii iii iiiiici ihh n iiiw Heavy llulillniCoiillniie Dm Iiik lity I NlJW YOUK IllllO W A dispatch to tho 1 Itra1tl from Manila says Sur rounded liy 1000 nf the enemy Nix inllfs from reinforcements and with IOtH ano o insurgents moving rapidly down on tho loft to make the annihilation complete the Kirs battalion of tin 1Ymrth infantry Major Bubb command ing in all IIK Americans fought thoir way bank from trnv Das MarlnaH three mlloi toward their military base nt Imus whom tho rout of tho Fourth ciunu to thoir support Tho lighting Pt 111 oontiuuoH at this hour and tho enemy Is being drivon otV with consid erable loss Our loss during tho day may amount to a total of 10 killed autl wounded Tho days lighting developed tho most determined aid host planned resistance yet made by t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

St J w m W k i ft I W 5g s 3 V REFUSK TO FIGHT IN THE OPEN Will Not Give lliiltlo ThIpm They Cnu Blent Our Troopi With Ocliln In ThMr I 1nvor Womrn of Cntltu Will Contliiuo 1 Wiir If Mu Are ttxturiuliinti il Manila Juno 22 Tho insurgent nnwy lms takon to tho swamps and lillla beyond Itnus Tlio largest forco is sup posod to bo in tho neighborhood of San Francisco do Malabon holding a posi tion nioro toward tho lako or toward tho coist according as exigencies doinand General Whcatou returned to Inius bringing three men who wore wounded in TuoMlays fighting Tho heavy rains that fall nightly mako campaigning uncomfortable Tho roads are htill good but tho rice Holds adjoining them are pools of water Tho Filipinos will not fight unless they can meet our troops in positions most advantageous to thomsolves or take our reconnoitering bodies in am bush It is impossible to learn what effect tho rocont defeat has had on their leaders General Otis recently received a lottor signed by native wome...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

10 Thtv SlookynrrtH Cnno Now thnt tho caso iu whloh hIx yoniiK moil of Norfolk woro charged with n hclnoiiH crime has boon Rlvon Us pro llmlnnry hearing Tine Nkwh cannot bo accused of prejudging tho ciiho from hearsay ovidonco if it ronilirms tho opinion previously oxprossod that tho youiiB nmu connected thorowith should bo punished or at least hound over to tho diairiot court Populnr Hontiniont of I ho people of Norfolk scorns to bo moro strongly against tho young ion sinco tho com plotion of the proliininary hearing than nt any timo since tho outrage was per potrated Tho defoiiHO endeavored to oxouko tho action of tho young nion by tunrniB to piocos tho moral character of a helpless and ovidontly ignorant young girl It iH not within tho bounds of roason that a girl with a particle of souse would consent to receive tho treatment which according tothoirown testimony hho was glvon at tho hands of tho defend ants So far as a strict interpretation of tho law is ooncornod they may have ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

v5 II Vr C t wbyMlir o4 FECIALS z in Ladles Slippers and Oxfords Dont nudercstininto thcso offer ings thoy aro oxccptionnl House Slippers Lot No i An Sergo Slippors nt tUC Lot No a or Three Point Slippers at OOC Lot No 3 nn Opora Slippers nt uUC Good Easy Coveting for Tendtr Feet 1 1 fo 9 A mm aWfeiSTsaaJL gffiagjr 8eo our Oxford Specials at 75c 100 tlac DflVEflPORT BROS Norfolk Shoemen NORFOLK LODGE NO 97 A 0 U W Meets In Odd Follows Hall on tlio first and third Fridays of each month Visiting broth ers cordially invited to attend all our mootiriRS W K Hoffman Fluanclor L C Hni Kclt Bo eorder C U Dolan Mnstor Workman Right at the Top Tliat phrase describes exactly the Chickeriugs place in the industry Its titne houorod pre eminence has been of the uupurchabed kiud the real thiny that tinessco cannot engineer nor mon ey buy Why Dont aslt us but listen to the Chickeriug wherever you may in a frirnds homo or here Let your own ears bo your informant for the Ohickcr ing TONE is the PAR E...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

12 Norfolk 100 PILLS 25 CTS They fit the feet as nature ntended Jtf mmm Throw off The Terrible Tyranny of aching burning fool Put on it pair ol soft gracoful coiufortablo JENNESS MILLER Hygienic Shoes uul onjoy absolulo froo doni from Mio many pangs that foot aro hoir to MUNNtiSS MIUjEH S1I0KS aro tho most ing shoos yot pro lucod for woinon Thoy cant possibly hurt or injure your foot Ijoing built on strictly hygienic and anatomical principles thoy aro tho only shoos that lit tho foot procisoly as nature intended Madoof soft Volvotfa kid in button and laco boots Sold only by us in this city o350 Per Pair THE JOHNSON DRY G00DS CO- J3 FINE3 TYLKR Attorneys at Lav Norfolk JjIlSS MARY SHELLEY I J II Darner 1 M UTylor Nobniskn EIt II T HOLDION Homeopathic Iliyslclun and Suryoon fJTotHoo over Utlann NntfiinTtaio7 Ollfc huiirH 10 AW to 12 00 a in nnd 200 to 500 pin evenings 700 tti r00 e fTQ Koaldnuoe Telephone No l tOtllce No 101 Norfolk - Nebraska H COLE DENTIST Ottioo OTor Cltlortua Natl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 22 June 1899

12 - Thoy fit tho feet as jMitare ntended Throw off The Terrible Tyranny of aching burning foot Put on a pair ot soft gracofnl comfortable JENNESS MILLER Hygienic Shoes unci on joy absolute froo doni from tho many pangs that foot aro heir to MBNNESS MILLER SI TOES aro tho most shoos yot pro duced for womou Thoy cant possibly hurt or injnro your foot Uoing built on strictly liygiouic and anatomical principles thoy aro tho only shoos that lit tho foot prooisoly as nature intondod Madoofsoft Volvotta kid in button and laco boots Sold only by ns in this city 350 Per Pair THE JOHNSON DRYGOODS CO 3Q VRNB3 TYLER Norfolk lAttoruoyi at Lair Enans mnm 100 PILLS 25 CTS i J H llarnet 1 M DTyler Nebraska R II T nOLDEN Homeopathic Physician and jjurpcon OlHaoovorCtizouiSiitiTiml TJiiiiir 0flc7 hours 10 -00 to IS M n in nnd 2O0 to Uiiu ovtmtugH 7 00 toS OO icj XjB Utvddeuoe Telephone No 9 Olllco No 101 Norfolk - Nebraska 33 J COLB DENTIST Ortioo OTor CltlartQi Natl Hank Hesldence vm blook north of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 29 June 1899

I 1 hJWRKtfWmMQlBTV The Norfolk Weekly News SPAXISIIflT MAMlA Departing Vessels Loaded With Homcward Bound Dons 31ihciiams msposi or mock JliiKlWIt CnplliilNIt llnv Siim of llirlr lUHrsl llltll Is Sllllll of Illllllll Cimtllv liiiuN lit rM i i 1 1 K Imlti Comr nl Illinium Oiu Ilivitlti li lUllitl Mvvui June ll Tho Spiniiiirts mo fast liiniiif Manilii Tho Mi nnier Klo lo Luzon sails for Spain soon tiilcuiK Mveiil liiiniliort jiiMiih civil and mili tary olllcinls and their families Tho Spanish coimneiciiil men are selling out and Mjnio of the Impost inteiosN hero will soon pass into tho hands ol Knli ili capitalists Captain Gales stimuli un of tho Fomth cavalry emhaiked for Moiouk Monday Tho gunboat Niipirtiin which iimnnpi nied the tioops visited tho town of Ahuitiiihipa on tho west shoie of tho lake and found ii small body of lebels intienehed there Tho lntienehniuuts weio shelled by tho Napidan and when the rebels bopin to lutieat the cavalry was landed The Filipinos in tiring a il...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 29 June 1899

3 S I X jjfttfMrj M s ft i p 1 A Ar rV v The Norfolk Weekly News SPANISH JlIT ma Departing Vessels Loaded With Homcward Bound Dons SimtciiAMs imkiosi or stock Jiii llli CiitltulM liny Snini of Tliilr lniKrst liitrtt Siiiiiilriii uT nurtli Cimitry lmitW lit Miming Itnclrr Cttvur 1 ol lunliiml One Ill villi l i KIllcil Manila Juno S Tho Spaniards aro fast louviiiK Manila Tho Ktciuiior Islo lo Luzon sails for Spain soon taking Povurul hundred persons civil and mili tary otlloials and thoir fainillos Tho Spanish commercial men aro soiling out and somu of tho largest interests hero will soon pass into tho hands of Knglish capitalists Captain Gales squadron of tho Fourth cavalry embarked for Morong Monday Tho gunboat Napidan which accompa nied tho troops visited tho town of Muntiulupa on tho west shore of tho lake and found u small body of rebels intrenched thorn Tho intrenehmonts were shelled by tho Napidan and when the rebels begun to retreat tho cavalry was landed Tho Filipinos in firi...

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