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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 July 1902

TIM NORFOLK ; FRIDAY , JULY 25 , Good Time Is Promised for September , MAY LAST FOR THREE DAYS , if . Racing Moot With a Good Field of 'Horses ' \ bo n Feature Madison < 3oiin y Woodman to' Roll L6&S In Norfolk , 1.1 Prospects are tUttortug tlint Norfolk will have three rousing dnyn In Hop- toniborof rip-roaring hilarity , oontln * tml colubrntlou nnd jolly good f"u- The plan nt present Is to hold n mnm- moth Woodiunn plonlo nud the blggent rnco nicot tlmt bus Imppouod In north NobmcKn for ninny n ycnr , The ( Into Is not nbsolutely not , but In nil probability the affair will couio off about September K , 11 and 10. M. M. Stammrd , who bus bciui faith fully working up the event , now fools practically positive that the fair will bo n go nnd bus but n few details yut to nrrntigo. Ho says It will bring the largest 6rowd to Norfolk the city hns over soon , nnd the readiness with which boBlnoss mon nro ouoournglug the plan , nsmires n complete success. 'Othor lodges will probabl...

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 — 25 July 1902

THENOUTOLKNKWS : PHIDAY , JULY 2/5 / , 1902 , 0 v SATURDAY SIFTINQS. Joe Fountain wont to Long Pine last night ) x Mi Anna Herman left today to visit rloiuFs at Wiuetoou. Miss May Burners of Omaha , is visit- ug her cousin , Miss Esther Mason. - Misses Florence and Mabel Estabrook , went to Madison yesterday to visit. Mrs M. D. Wheeler and children de parted lost night for Hot Springs , 8 , D. Miss Clara Beech of Lincoln arrived last evening for a visit with her sister , Mrs. John Krantz. Misses Amelia and Tillie Komperare visiting at the homo of their nuolo , H. G. Bruo'ggeman. The Norfolk orchestra -furnished ' music nt Battle Creek last night for tbo Y. L. G. club. Rome Miller and son , Ray , formerly of this city bnt now of Omaha , wore in the city yesterday afternoon , f w H. S. Wilford and' H. Smith , engl- neors from the Black Hills division are hero attending a convention of train ; men , Mrs. S. Kethledge of Coleridge is visiting in this city' . Her daughter , Miss Pearl , ...

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 — 25 July 1902

THIS NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 25 , 1902. Opinions of Tax Payers on a Pertinent Subject. CITY DRAINAGE IS INADEQUATE , A Long Suffering Public Implores Re lief From Mud Holes , Frog Ponds nnd Wftsh-Outs , Question Referred to the City Administration , - The proper mul economical drainage of Norfolk ' IH n question tlmt ban boon before the people for tunny yearn past , When there were but a few in terested the powers tlmt 1m have boon nblo to pass it by with llttlo or no atten tion , but with the private work tlmt him b'oou done in the way of grading mid drainage it linn assumed n phase tlmt claims the ixttonthn of a largo uuinbor , if not u majority , of the property owners of the oity. It Is conceded tlmt the original trouble lies with the Hltuntton on Thirteenth Btroot , whore the water from the hills north and wont of the rosl- doiioo portion ( fathom on the occasion of every heavy rnln and forms n fronhet that damages public and private property h inestimably. Particular atte...

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 — 25 July 1902

i I j THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 1902 , 11 WB Show No Paws In Oilr Repair Department Ono watch IB given just ns much attention an another. Every one must be done righter or we know yon won't be sat isfied. Satisfaction to every , body that's our way. Bring in your WATCHES , OLOOK8 JEWELRY and umall wareB and wo will nrnniino yon FIRST-OLABS WORK , NO DELAY and MODERATE PRICES. G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , t\ NORFOLK - NEBRASKA. Dr. Msrqnardt , Eyes Examine ! Glasses Fitted. Correct Fit Guiirmiteod. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA Don't ' barn your candle at both ends but buy a house and lot on time and pay for it ont of your earnings One-fourth cash , balance on long time. T. E. ODIOBNE. PARISH This is a good time to tell yon about tea We have a new crop Uncolored - ored Japan Tea , especially - ly good for iced tea. We are selling it at50o. . and jVe know you can't match it anywhere , but you won't know this if you don't try it. It's hard to understand why yon will pay your money for tr...

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 — 25 July 1902

V ) THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 25 , 1902. Now Jersey Gives Warm Wel come to Roosevelt. PAY3 TRIBUTE TO GUARDSMEN , yisltB National Guard Encampment at 8ca Girt and Reviews Troops Ciller I' ' i Executive Given Enthusiastic GreetIng - * | Ing All Alone the Route. ' ' } i Sea Girt , N. J. , July 25. o proal- i ' dcmt over rocolvod a mdro ftlrtCflrVJ , nrid patriotic wulcomo thin that filven Proaldent llooiovclt yoBtor- < n.y . by the people of Now Jornuy , 1-Yom Uio tlmo ho landed on Now Jor- V > y boil At 1:35 : In the hftornooii until ho loft In his launch for hla yacht , Maytlowor , anchored aovoral mlloa off the iilur , ho was the roclplont of a continuous ovation. The president , on Invitation of Governor Kranklln Murphy , vlflltod the encampment of the Second Now Jersey National Chard at Sea Qltt. At 1:35 : the president and hla party landed at the plor from the Mayflow er's oloctrlc launch , while the harbor , resounded with the din of steam whis tles nnd cheers of t...

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 — 1 August 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. ) ' , , . . X01U'OLIC NEBRASKA FRIDAY AtUSl'ST 1. 1002. Little City of Los Alimos , fornia , is in Ruins. BUILDINGS FALL TO THE GROUND Ho Llvea Are Lost , but the Frequent and Violent Shocks of the Last Few Days Throw the People Into n State of Panic. Son Luis Oblspo , Cat. , Aug. 1. A etrlp of country fifteen miles Ions by four mlles wide , rent with gaplns flsaurea and dotted with bills and knolls that sprung up during the night as If by magic , a village In ruins and hundreds of people fleeing for tholr lives , are the results of seismic dis turbances In the prosperous and fruit ful valley of Los Alamos , In the nortn- era part of Santa Barbara countv. During the last four days that section ot country has boon shaken by a sc ries of earthquakes that Is without precedent In the history or tradition of the Pacific coast , and the continu ance of the disturbances and the In creasing severity of the shocks have so terrorized the Inhabitants that the...

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 — 1 August 1902

The JSiottf oik fleuus W. N. 11OHU ! , I'ubllnhor. DAILY. KfUblliliml , 1K17. Xrtrf l j timiit Hnuilnr * Hr r rrl r r r WMR , IS otntv , II ; wall far jenr , t ,00. WJHCKbY MKW8.JOUIINAL , ThtN w , M hll b < l , ISM , Tli * Joarnt ) , labll hed 1H77 KT rj PrldK } , 1)7 ) mall per i r , f l.W , flat rd at Hit PoitoQleA at Norfolk , Neb. , ai coed clam matter , oDMt IWItorlnl D r > nrtmirol , No. 22 | luMi OdlcB nnd Job Rooms , No. an. . REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. For OoTcrnor JOHN II. UICKBT . Talk For Llonteunnt Goteroor B.O. McQiLTON TICTKB MOBTKNHON . V 1 ley For Bocr tnrj of Htixte- 0. A. MAHHII . lllcbnrdron For Auditor CrusLEB WLBTON . Bhertdan Tor Bnperintwidout of Public Injunction WILLIAM K. Kowi.su . Washington For Attorney Uenornl FHANK N , 1'uouT . OIIRO For Laud Commlnlonrr U&ouonl ) . KOLI.UKH . . .Nncbolls Congressional. For CoiiRroMmaii , TlilrU District JOHN J. MCCARTHY . Dlion Sonatorinl Convention. Tim rcnnbllcnii nice tori rf the Klavonth ten- nlorlhl dis...

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 — 1 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : KUTDAT , AUGUST 1 , Coronation Ceremony Will Take Place August 9. 'DATE IS OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED Sinister Rumors Regarding King's Malady Now Qo Unheeded Edward la Now Able to Walk With the Aid of a Cane. London , July 30. The latest and moat roltablo Information indicates Ihat King Edward's doctors were not mistaken la fixing Aug. 0 as the date upon which hla majesty could bo crowned. The sinister rumors which have pervaded all classes for the last few days now appear to have lost that eomblanco of probability which made oven the members of the cabinet nerv ous lest another postponement of the fcx coronation might bo necessitated. The apprehension that King Edward would be unable to stand the strain of the coronation , ceremony has been greatly lessened by the announcement that his majesty Is now permitted to use his feet add with the aid of a Stick has done a llttlo walking. Another late telegram from Cowes , saying that nearly all the restrictions upon the king's...

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 — 1 August 1902

rs * ' "i * 1 THE XOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 1 , 1002. One Man Killed and Another Fatally Shot. ) SHENANDOAH IN HANDS OF MOD Police Flro n Volley and Arc Then Forced to Flee for Their Lives. Troops Ordered to the Scene Score of Strikers Shot Bhcnnndoah , Pu. , July 31. A reign or terror , compared with which the scenes enacted during the riots of UBOO BOCIU insignificant , holds Shcuan- doah In Its grasp. Last night Center ctrcut , which la QUO of the principal triMita of the town , was In the hands of nil Infuriated mob. Two of Uio liorough policemen were shot , ono per- Imps fntnlly. JoBoph Doddall , a lend * Ing merchant and cousin of Sheriff Bcddn.il , was clubbed to death and up- iwards of a score of strikers wcro shot by policemen , and It Is expected that many deaths will result. Sheriff Bed- dall arrived from Pottsvlllo with a IKJBBO of deputies. Ho has taken up tils headquarters at the Ferguson ho tel. To an Associated ntfW reporter lie stated thnt ho had askefl Qovcrno...

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 — 1 August 1902

ll THM NORFOLK : NKWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST j , 1002 , v Copyriehh J. HTES ' The peanut crop Is repolted to bo ehort this year. Shucks ! The weather prophets who wcrg go ing to stick us with another dry year arc very quiet Just now. The greener hay can bo put Into the Black or barn BO that It will not spoil the better It will bo wheu used. The kicking cow , the breechy cow and the self sucking cow arc better In the feed yard than In the dairy barn. Potatoes have been removed from the menu of society functions , having once more got Into the plebeian class. This has not been a wecder year ; to tal failure because of the continued rain. It Is essentially a dry weather tool. The brome grass Is making an excel lent record for Itself In a large area of the country where It Is too dry for tim othy and clover. One can always tell when the flax country Is reached by the mustard In the oatflelds. This plant has a faculty of advertising Itself. Cement sells for $3 or $4 per barrel. If It could be...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 August 1902

\ TITR k * NTCWSFfMTiAV A I mi 1ST 1. 1002. llnvomoyor undoubtedly line a good laugh in hlB slcovo every morning before - fore lircnkfiiHt nt the nttitudn of those lined up ngnhint the boot migar industry who should bo for It. Scientists should at ouco endeavor to uncertain whether or not that earthquake illBtnrbauco yesterday proceeded from Mt. lena , or whether" it rauio from BOUIO more distant volcano. Dridgo builders are paid not to bo so fllnccroly sorry thnt there have boon illBOfltronB UoodR. They have all the yrork they can do and more too. What lion boon other people's loee has boon their gain. With Norfolk's stroutu curbed and drained and the streets and sidewalks .kept in good condition there would not IH > a prettier or inoro attractive city in the Htato. The roBalt will bo worth the attempt and no delay should bo made in nwohing it. v It IB not to bo Bnpposed that any largo nnuibor of democrats will express un qualified admiration of Governor Miokoy not until after e...

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 — 1 August 1902

111 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 1 , 1002 , 7 Visitors Win First in Shut-Out MET WITH DISASTER IN SECOND. Playing of Visitors Yesterday Marked by Errors. Game not Close Enough to be Interesting. There Wns a Good Attendance. From Monday's Dally I Yesterday's [ game was n olio sided , uninteresting slugging match , fall of errors , which the locals won easily by n soo'ro of lp to 0. The Wilkins' bunch landed on Morrison hard throughout , securing five two-baggers. Gloska wns hit safely six times and allowed fonr to walk. Coleridge wns unfortunate in having to use ono twirler for two days in succession , but the act was rendered T necessary by Noyes breaking bis thumb. Gloska several times struck men out after three balls had been thrown. He dropped seven in all. Leland Spauldiug covered the center garden for the visitors and made three pretty catches. Wood and Byers each muffed for the flrst time Agan had ono passed ball and was rather blow on his feet. Graves is credited with t...

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 — 1 August 1902

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 1,1902. 1 V L Preliminary Meeting Held to Discuss Project. COMMITTEE TO SOLICIT FUNDS. Outline of the Races. Now ] Railway Club House at South Norfolk. Plnn Is to Buy a Lot and Erect a $3,000 Building for Railroad Mort. Abont SB ImslnoBS inou attended the mooting nt the city hull last night to din- cuss plans for the September fair. A commlttoo was nppolntod to confer with the Modern Woodmen ledge and to ascertain what funds could bo raised for ontortainmont. W. II. Buchol/i wo made ohnlrmau of the moQtiug and Dr. J. H. Mackay , BOO- rotary. In regard to the ptaoo of the Woodman plonto.O.M. Walkoro xplalnod that Norfolk should have hod the plonlo last year mid that without question the district could bo induced to hold It here thlH year , If a guarantee could bo made I us to their Intortalmuout. It would bo nocoBsary to have a parade , music , Moats , speakers , contests , banners , decorations and badges. | IM. 0. Walker , W. B. Vail and 0.15. J...

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 — 1 August 1902

; , THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 1 , 1002 , SATURDAY SITTINGS , Ilev. J. E. Fowler of Madison was a city visitor this morning. Edward Vail of Kowonn , 111. , U visit- lug relatives in the city. Miss Wert of Lincoln is visiting her friend , Miss Lisle Wilkinson. W. H. BeilfnBS , ( nn alderman in Chicago cage , was in the city yesterday. H. W. Winter is expected homo to morrow from his trip to Wisconsin. Mrs. O. S. Johnson of Evanston , 111. , Is visiting nt the homo of I. J. Johnson. Mrs. W. V. Allen and daughter , Edith , of Madison , were in the city yesterday. W. L. Kern went to Stanton this noon to join his family who nro visiting there. Mrs. J. 0. Spellmnn goes to Fremont tomorrow to visit a week with her par ents. ents.P. P. A. Shnrtz and family returned yes terday from week's outing and fishing trip. They made some good catches. Warren Hayes , of Indianapolis , Ind. , expert with the Galena Oil company , is visiting his parents , Col. and Mrs. S. W. Hayes. The old Schwen...

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 — 1 August 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 1 , 1902. Adjourned Session Held at Madison Yesterday. TWO PENITENTIARY SENTENCES John A. Stevens Gels Four Years for Attempted Assault E. A. Lawrence Is Sent Up for Fifteen Months. Forgery nnd Burglary Next Term. An mljonrnod session of the March term of court was hold In the court house nt Mndlsou yesterday with Judge Boyd ou the bench. The intonating cucofl coming before the muuiou were nil from Norfolk. Two of the prisoners were given penitentiary sentences. John Slovens , nrrostod in Norfolk early this spring for attempted criminal assault on ono of the employes of the Oxnnrd was admitted to the prosscco of the court nnd pleaded guilty to the charge. Ho was given four yours in the penitentiary. K. A. Lawrence , formerly district manager for the Singer Manufacturing company , nnd lately nn agent for the Biuno company , Jploadod guilty to the charge of embezzlement from his em ployers nnd was tglvon n Boutonoo of 15 mouths In the ponltontinry...

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 — 1 August 1902

THE N01U 'OLK NEWS : Pill DAY , AtJUUST 1 , i ! > 02. 11 ' A A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING Gift mny bo purchased nt Marqnardt's Jewelry Store , where yon will flud a bcnntif nl line of nrticlcR suitable for such occasions : CLOCKS of All Kinds , FINE SILVER TEA SETS , CHAFING DIBH , BREAD TRAYS , SPOON TRAYS , BERRY nnd JELLY DISHES , PICKLE CASTORS , NUT BOWLS , STERLING SILVER SPOONS , KNIVES , FORKS , Etc. G. F. W. MARQUftRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. Dr. Marqnardl , Eyes Examine ! Correct Fit Qunrauteed , NOUFQLK , NEBRASKA Houses for Sale ! One-third Cash , balance on long time , low monthly payments. T. E. ODIOENE. PARISH This is n good time to tell yon abont tea. "We have a new crop Uncolored - ored Japan Tea , especial ly good tor iced tea. We are selling it at 50c. and we know you can't match it anywhere , but yon won't know this if you don't try it. It's hard to understand why yon will pay your money for trash when yon can get good goods just as cheap. PARISH The Weather....

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 — 1 August 1902

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , AUGUST J , 1902 , The Release I Of No. 201 DY DAVID H. TALMADQE < > Copyright , ll l , liy 1) ) . 11. Tnlniaitgo Tlio accommodation train , No. 201 of the Buliodulo , on tlio branch roiul wan stuck In the HIIO\V , and tliero m > ume < l ( o bo ao relief for It. No provlMon hud I been inudo for Riicli n contfiiBoncy lw- ufio tlio branch , Rhcltorod by trees and bluffn , had been considered proof nRtilnat such misfortune , Tlio cunt- oocr , who linil been on the run for twenty yearn , was too nHtonlHhocl for words when the sinnll locomoUvo failed to cut the drift Into which It bad plunged HO confidently , nnd ho nut on hlu scat staring dumbly nt the con- 'ductor ' , who swore shockingly and ROB- jtlculutcd with his arms. In the conch were two mBBciiReni , ( both yonnK.mcn. Ono was Ao typo of commercial BnlcBiunn nent out by Hinnll ( jobbing houses , well dressed , nolf HB- iicrtlvo , crudely philosophic ; the other , iby appearance , plainly ...

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 — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , AlHJUST 8. 11)02. ) ' 'or/cnj ' / Thirteen Men Known to Have Been Killed. WORK OF RESCUE 18 DELAYED. Shaft Filled With Gas and Smoke , In- ' terferlng Wth | Recovering of Bodies. Powder House Blows Up In Colora do Mine at Bowen. Trinidad , Colo. , Aug. 8. A disas trous explosion. . occurred nt C:30i : o'clock last night at No. 3 mlno at Bowen , 'a small oamp throe miles north of this place. Thirteen lives are known to have been lost. The ex act number- -men working on the night shift and In the mlno at the time Is unknown. The mlno is worked by the Union Coal company of Denver , and Is a slope mlao , situated on the mountain side , and about 400 yards from the tipple below. The explosion - plosion occurred about 800 feet from the mouth of the slope. Immediately after the night shift had started In the slope , a startling explosion occurred , entirely filling the mouth of the slope and shaking build ings and breaking wind...

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 — 8 August 1902

O THE NOltFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 8 , 1902 , TheJSiorfolkflcuas W. N , UUSK. Publlrhor. DAILY , Ritabllibeil , 1881 , Kv nr day axrept Bnui1ay. Ilr carrier per VMk , 16 r nts. llj mail per year , 16.00 , WKKKI.Y NKWB-JOUUNAIj , Th N * iMtablltheil , ml. Th Journal , eitatilltlieil 1817 Kvtry Friday , Hy mall per year , 11,10. XoUred at tha Poitoniee at Norfolk , Neb. , ai M oail elasi matter , pliooMI Kdltorlnl Department , No. | oilnMi Ottle * anil Job Rooms. No. S2Z. REPUDLICAN TICKET. Stnto. For Goternor JonNlt. MlCKGt . Polk For Llrutennnt Ooternor K.l.iUliLTOM . Donglnii ForTrcnmrer rBTEH MonTKNPON . VftlUj For Kocretarj of Btnte Q. A , MAKHII . Hlcunrdton For Auditor CHARM * WKHTOS . . " . . Blierldnu ForBnperlntfmlentol Pnlillo Initrnctlon WILLIAM K. FONM.KU For Attorney General FBANK N. PBOUT For Land Commlnlonrr ) . FOLLMER . Nncholls Congressional , For ConRreummi , Third Dlitrlct JOHN J , MCCARTHY . I ) I ion Senatorial Convention , Th republican electors rt the Klovc...

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 — 8 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUSTS , 1902. Two Masked Men Stop Passen ger at Savanna , 111. GET AWAY WITH ABOUT $20,000 , Desperadoes Blow Up Express Car After Forcing Engineer to Cut It From the Train Posse of Officers and Citizens In Pursuit of Robbers. Dubuque , la. , Aug. 6. Two masked men held up the Chicago , Durllngton and Qulncy limited , northbound , two miles north of Savanna , 111. , at 11:30 : o'clock Tuesday night. They cut off the Adams Express company's car , forced the engineer to run up the track and than blow up the car. The r robbers had torpedoed the track and pvhon the torpedoes exploded the engi neer quickly brought the train to a top. Ono man boarded the engine , ordered the engineer to run ahead after the other man had uncoupled the express car. Trainmen hurried to Sa vanna and gave the alarm and a posse of officers and citizens armed with shotguns and revolvers hastened to the scene. The limited Is said to have carried heavy and valuable express. It is repo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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