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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 29 August 1902

s TIIK NOIU 'OLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST29,1902. Name Attorney Representative and Commissioner. MAPES , PUTNEY AND SCHMITT All Nominations nro by Acclnmntlon. Precincts nil Represented but Throe and no Contests Candidates Thank the Convention. Battle Crock , Nt-b. , Aug. Sil-Speolnl to Tin : NKWSJ At the republican county convention hold hoto thin afternoon - noon Hurt Mapos of Norfolk wan nomi nated for county uttornoy , V. L , Putney of JnHVrfon for roproHontatlvo uuil Chris Sohmitt of Madttion for county rommlKHionor from tint First dlhtilut , till bo acclamation. The convuntlon called to order itt 1:1C : by J , 13. Simpson of Norfolk , olmlrman of the county central commit- UM > , and the c'all was read by H. H. McFarland of Norfolk , Hocrotnry of the committed. A. J. Thittob ofMiuliHon ) wan named for temporary chairman and 8. H. MoFar- Iniul for temporary secretary A commit- tceof flvoonorcdcn Hals was appointed an follows : lluso of Norfolk , Hluyof Mod * Icon , llogrofo of...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. AUGUST 20 , 1002. n SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Miss Ethel Erwiu of Creightou wns n city visitor todny. Lyle Nlcoln wont to Ouinhn this morn- lug to visit over Sunday. Mra. Pollock of Omnhn Is visiting her mother , Mrs. Seiuiuler. Mifs Josie Hugey returned last night ftoui Cednr Rapids , In. Herbert Daniels wont to Madison on legal butintss this morning , P. B i arnnm of Humphrey wns in the city yesterday on business. Mrs. Myron Twiss is visiting nt the homo of Ed. Twiss nt Mendow Grovo. Miss Onnrlotto White of thin city spoke itt the Beatrice chauatuqua Thurs day. day.Mrs. Mrs. .T. M. Devellu of Crawford is vhitiug with her mother , Mrs. Joe Best , and friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miohnel Enders returned today from n week's visit with relatives nt Bnttlti Creek. Mrs. Helen Hamilton , of Sioux City was a guest nt the home of J D Stur geon over night. George Davenport is visiting nt the home of his broth-r , Chief of Police Davenport.nt Sioux City. Mrs. Guy Deuel and MIB *...

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 — 29 August 1902

10 TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , 1001 Local Tourney Results in a Thorough Revival. CLOSE CONTESTS IN FINALS The Sport Wns Enjoyed by Mnny Yesterday Afternoon nnd the In terest Promises to Incroaso--Scoros Mntlo Yesterday. V'rom Tlmrmlny' * Pnllr Tomit * hcorcH for yesterday were : Sol Mayor boat J. B. Barnes , (1-0 ( , fl-0. W , II. Buchol/.bontO.A. MoKluiO-1 , 0-1 ; O S. P.xrkur bout Ourt Mapow , 0-2 , (1-2 ( With n perfect day for the sport , nnd before n gallery of a half hundred spec tators , the local tennis tonmoy of Nor folk's ono'tlmo players wa * UHhoroil in nt thu Main nnd Tenth streets court yesterday uftornoon. Hnciiuot wloldors who hnvo not batted a hixll for n half ix do/on yearn or more , turned out to wixtoh the play or got into the gnmo. The court wixa in the fluent sort of condition by ! J o'clock nud from then until Into In the uvonhiK the , first round in the preliminary singles was reeled oil' , umtch following inixtoh in quick succession. Games were ...

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 — 29 August 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , 11102 , n Established I876-I902-26 Yeais Are You Thinking of Buying n Fiuo Gold Watch ? If so , yon Bhonld see the beautiful Hue wo carry , and gut our low pricec. WE ALSO HAVE ALL THE NEW STYLES IN CHAINS for Ladies nml Gentlemen. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing Our Specialty. .G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBR/fSKA. ! x If yon want to buy or build n the Elkhorn B. & S Association will nmko you u loan ou favorable term" . T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH Just Received ! A lot of Native White Clover Honey AT 2Oc , PARISH Have you seen that Beau tiful Bigelow Axminster Rug in the window at Johnson's Furniture Store ? ONLY S2O.OO. His store is packed full with Nice New Furniture all sell ing on the same basis a little lower than you can buy it else where. Elegant Line of New Chamber Suites in Mahogany , Birch , Oak , Hungarian Ash and White Maple. The Weather. Forecast for Nebraska : Partly cloudy tonight ijnd Saturday with p...

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 — 29 August 1902

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 20 , LH02 , Ncvltt and Pctlcn Denied Ha beas Corpus Privilege , 8ANDORN HAND3DOWNDIICIOION .United Stateo Court of Appeal * Sus tains Action of Judge Phillips in 8t. Clalr County Bond Controversy and Mandamus Procedure. tit. Paul , Aug. 2U. The United States court of appcnlu , In an opinion by JmlRo Snnuorn , yesterday limited the application for write of liuboai corpus or otlior rollof In the CIIUCH ol , Thotima U. Ncvltl nud Hiiuniul C 1'edi'ii , Judges of tlio county court ol Bt. Clalr county , MtHsoitrl , and BUS tnliiH the rlcht of a federal Jud o to Imprison JudRCH of county courts foi coutmnpt In refusing to carry out the nuinduteu of a judgment Issued b ) him. him.Thin Thin CUBO , the llko of which , It It eald , has not como before the court a Blnco tlio curly nnd imncttlad days ot the republic , dixtuo buck to a period nhortly after tlio close of the civil War. St. Clalr county , In aid of the construction of a > railroad , Issued n la...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL , , , , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA FUIDAY SKITKMIWU n 1002 Martinique Islanders Suffer From Another Rain of Fire. \VOLCANO BURSTS OUT AGAIN , Eruption of Last Wednesday Night , Most Violent of All People ot 1 Neighboring Islands In Fear ol 1 Being Engulfed. ' Castries , St. Lucia , B. W. L , Sept. 5 , The steamer Yuro arrived here last evening from the Island of Martin * ique. She brings the report that n violent volcanic eruption occurred there Wednesday night and that about 2,000 persons are said to have per ishod. Largo numbers of people arc leaving the Island. , It was quite dark hero at 5:3(1 : ( o'clock yesterday. At that hour the BUU was obscured as it Is during an eclipse. The British steamer Savan Oaptaln Hunter , arrived here yester day from the Island of Trinidad. She was covered with dust and reports that she ran Into a dense cloud ol dust whllo twenty miles south of St { Vincent. The coast telephone service report ! that a violent eruption of t...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER , o , 1902. W. N , UUBK. Publlanor. DAILY. EUbll bm1. Ml. St.rr dy f pl Bnml y. "l e "ler per rt k , orati , My mall p r je r , yl.OO. WKKKLT N1CWB-JOUUNAL , ni HiwtMUbllitiad , mi , Tbf Journal , wUbllMiwl 1871 BTMJT Friday. Bj mull per JMF , tl.80. Bator * ) at th Platonic * t Norfolk , Neb. , M m Uer. ouwt rtdltprlftl Dep rtm int , No. Bf IBM i Oflle * and Job Room ) . No. sa , REPUBLICAN TICKET , State. For GciTenior JOBM H. Mll'HHl . Folk For LlenUnfttil QoTemor B.G. McOiLTON . Dooclai For Trmtnrer rmm MORTKNRON . Vnllij For Hecrttnry of BUtfl 0. A. UAURM . IllctinnUo For Auditor CnABi.M WKUTOM . BlierhUn For BnperiQtPDdeut of Fnbllo lurtrnctlon YViLLUM K , FOWI.KB . Wnililcglou For Attorney General FSANH N , I'UOUT . -U o For Land Commlithmf r ) . FOLLMKU . Nnclioll * Congressional. For CouRrwunnn , Third Dlntrlct JOHN J. McCAUTiiY . Dliou Sonntorlnl. For Blntn Benntor , Klovoutli District Dn. J. M. ALUKN. . . . . Pierce County. For County...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NIWS : FRfDAY , SKPTKMBKR / > , 1H02. More Trouble Expected in West Virginia Coal Field. SITUATION GROWING CRJTICAL. Skirmish Between Strikers and Guards May Have Serious Sequel Fire In Pocahontas Mine Has Been Prac tically Extinguished. Bramwell , W. Va. , Sopt. 3. The sit uation In the Flat Top coal Hold la extremely critical and the skirmish between the strikers and the guards at the Pocahontas collieries yester day , after the firing of the mlno b ; ' the strikers , has greatly enraged tha minors , from the fact that a number on their sldo were severely Injured It Is thought hero that before night troops will either be In the Flat Toj region or en route. The fire In th Pocahontas mlno has been practically extinguished , but that company has doubled Its force of guards , as anothoi attack is feared at any hour. Man ; ehots have been fired from ambush toward the direction of nonunion miners going to and from work In ttu Flat Top field. STRIKERS ASK FOR TROOPS. Petit...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 5 , 1002 , Escapes Tragic Death by Only a Few Feet. IDAR CRASHES INTO CARRIAGE fccrct Agent Craig , One of Uio Occu pants , is Killed. DRIVER IB SERIOUSLY INJURED President U Somewhat Shaken and Bruised , but Not Serlouily Injured. Motorman and Conductor Arreoted , Charged With Manslaughter. PlttBlleld , Mass. , Sept. 4. The presi dent ot ttio Uultud Btnteu escaped a tragic death by only * few feist iu a olllbiuu between hlu carriage uud an loeulc street car iu this city yester day , while oiia of hlu niOHt trusted guards , Secret Service Agent William Craig , was instantly Killed nud Duvld J. 1'iutt of Dalton , who was guiding the horses attached to the vehicle , STUB moat seriously Injured. Presi dent HouBcvelt himself was badly shaken up , but received only a slight facial bruise. Secretary Cortolyou , who occupied a scat directly opposite the president In the lamlau , sustained minor wound in the back of the Iioad and Governor Crane , who sa...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER f > , 1002. Dig suinnicr rnlns nro qulto apt to bo the forerunners of deep winter snows. r The prospective fine crop of corn la stimulating the demand for young cattle - tlo for feeders. The cnnna roots should be taken up Just before the first frost and set on the floor of a dry cellar. One can Judge pretty well what sort of people live In a house by noting where they throw their slops. Don't try n new set of store teeth on the baked heart of an old farrow cow , for you'll get Into trouble If you do. One of the finest looking apple trees \vo have among our top grafted trees Is a Fameuse top on a Brier Sweet trunk. Missouri , Kansas and Nebraska will each compete with Iowa this year for the honor of raising the biggest crop of corn. A low temperature and great humid ity of the air have this season done great thlnga for the cabbage and caul iflower crops. Two old stag hogs weighing over 600 pounds each were sold by a farm er for $84. The navy d...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FilllUY , SEPTEMBER 5,1902 , The political issues vrlll be handled from nil nide * of the ( ciico in Norfolk during the carnival on the 22ud , Slid The Third district vrlll try a repub lican in congress for n while , if yon please , and if yon don't pie wo it will try ouo anyway , The public debt of the United State * TOtfl 18.27 per capita in 1880 and in 1002 had boon decreased to (12.07 per capita , which shows that the country is paying itu debts dnriug republican times. Thoifroight rate per ton per milo in the. .United States was M cents in 18UO , in 11K)2 ) it was 76 cents , which shows that an oppressor * , niont-y graspers , and lii hideous heartlessuesB the railroads have I missed their calling. If Mont Peloo was only closer anil \vonld do it gently so that the hot watcz ami lavnconiu IHI pipva inninga can hoiiKB for heating purposes , a good many would cease to worry over the pos- nibility of a coal famine. President Roosevelt IB credited with Lbviug kill...

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 — 5 September 1902

TJTT20NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SK1TEMHKK 5 , 1002 , PETE'S BABETTE By IZOLA L. FORRESTER Copyright , 1KJ1 , by A. 8. Richardson There hnd always been Pete. At least eo tbo people down nt St Michel said \vhcn n stronger would nsk where ha bad como from. Even before the gov ernment had built the lighthouse on PreBQUC Isle Pete's ( tailing hut had been there , nud every night ho hat bung out his lantern on the end of a polo BO that the boats rounding the point n inlli1 or two below would see Its flicker nnd steer clear of the long sand bar that ran out like an nnt eater's nose from the northern corner of Prcsque Isle. Everybody along the strait Icnew the T quaint old Ilgure , but no one knew of liubctto until they saw her one uiorn- lug fluttering along behind Pete , her red calico dress the one bright spot of color among the grays and browns of PrcsQUc Isle. The day before Pete had been seen rowing over to the Macklnae shore , but no one knew of his return except Mere M'rle , and she w...

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 — 5 September 1902

8 TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEl'TEMEtt 5,1902. Neighboring Town Entertains With Fast Horses. LARGE NORFOLK DELEGATION. I j Events Wore Good , and the Associn- .lion nnd Its Officers arc to bo Com mended for the Success of tlio Meet Yesterday's Rncos. From Bnliinlay'i Dnllj ! NVith a day perfect In twory respect fur tlio events whiuh hud boon arranged , with HJIUO of Nebraska's fastest homo flesh as staiters unil before thousands of persons \slio hml gathered fnmi nil tlio | surrounding country , the first ntiutiiil rncfl incut of the Battle Crock driving park usbocintIon brought toiimio- ocmifiil turininutlou yesterday nftornoon. , Good judgment on the part of the management , coupled witli the hotirty support of the enterprising oltifcona of thriving Battle Crock , gnvo to tint now association a largo slmro of IM HUCCOHH nnd nHHurud for it in the ftituro ovou greater crowds , Incrou.sod intoront nnd more extensive entries. The ologunt now ( innrtorn of tlio association nro nil t...

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 — 5 September 1902

TiIE NOKFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. SE1TKMDKH o , 1002. SATURDAY SITTINGS , Olms. Filler returned last night from Wisconsin. Mrs. L , A. Pohlman and eon Ed. were here from Pierce yesterday. Tbo Union Pacilic passenger train was two honrs late last tiight. Mrs. Graham will 'leave Monday fern n viblt with her eon , Frank , at Everett , Wash. Mrs. A. D. Cole retnrned homo today from n visit at Sionx City and Vermillion - lion , S. D. Rev. W. G. BeelB returned lost even ing from an eaBteru trip to Michigan , Indiana and Ohio. O. 8. Bridge and family are expected borne Monday from their summer crat ing on Lake Michigan. Miss Edith McOlary returned last iiight from Logan , Utah , where she has been visiting bur brothers. Miss Winnie Hartley will leave Mon day for Boise Oity , Idaho , where &he , has n position in the high school. A rehearsal of "The Christian" will be held in the Auditorium tonight and all members of the cast will please take note. Charles Biers derf returned last night from ...

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 — 5 September 1902

LO THE NORFOLK NHWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 5 , 1902. Finals Will be Played Sat urday , RESULTS IN SEMI FINALS. Four Mon In the Cup Competition Brownies Tnko tlio First Fronj CrolghtonHnvo n Good Crowd and nro Doing Nicely Treated. 1'roiu TliurmUyV Dull ) Saml-finals ill ( loutilim resulted : Fmnklin Uukor and 0. S. Purkor bout K. II. Truoy ami A. ,1. KooiilgHtuin , 7-fi , 7-5. 75.T. , T. S. MathowHon mid Hurt Mapox limit II. B. Wollor , nml 0. A. Molvim , (1-1 ( , ( M. Nothing but thu finals remain to lie played in tliu local tannin tournoy. Tlio Boml-lliwlH in donblun wciro played oil' liiflt night aud this morning , mid tlio inntuhvH duoidiiiK thn holdorn of thu cups will bo played Suturdny. Tlio Huv. Franklin linker wna in tlio winning game again last "night and woiked his way , with Dr. 0. S. I'urlcor , into the fliml round of doubloH. Ho will now Imvo n ohanco to play for two cups and it IH not nt all unlikely that ho will land at least ono of them , Ho and Parker boat Kooulgatol...

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 — 5 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEITKMHKU 5 , ii)02. ) 11 If You Intend to Buy n Pine Gold Wutch , or anything in Jewelry , Cloche of all kinds , Sil verware. Flatware , Silver Noveltioc , BOO what wo hnvo and got oar prices. IF YOU HAVE any Fine Watchec , Clocks or Jewelry for Repaint , bring them to us , whore yon will Ret good work done at fair prices. r G. F. W. MARQUARDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. If yon want tn buy or bnild a house the Elkhoru B. & S Association wil : make yon a loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH TRY 1DLEWSLDE CREAMERY BUTTER. PARISH Have you seen thab Beau- 'tiful Bigelow Axminster Rug in the window at Johnson's Furniture Store ? ONLY S2O.OO. His store is packed full with Nice New Furniture all sell ing on the same basis a little lower than you can buy it else where. Elegant Line of New Chamber Suites in Mahogany , Birch , Oak , Hungarian Ash and White Maple. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours en...

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 — 5 September 1902

11 TilK NORFOLK. NEWS : FIUDAY , SEPTEMBER 5 , iJK)2. ) Coal Miners Agree to Return to Work Monday. MITCHELL. CONFIRMS RUPC-flT. Says Strikers Have Deen Granted Some Concesolona Termination of Trouble In Pocahontae Field Sit uation In Anthracite Region. lluntliiKton . Vn. , Sept. fi. H Is now believed the coal utrlho In Wont ( Virginia IB piai-tlcnlly nt on ( Mid. At a imiBH mcutliiK of nilnoiu fium all the ccml Holds nloiiB the Norfolk and "VVeHtoin inlliond hoio yoHtorday It \van almost utmiilnioiinly uinu d to end the HtrIKo provldod the oporatnia \\ould take Imc-lc all the old mlnoiH and they hino Hlgnlllod tholr Inton- lion of doltiK this. The minors huvo agrci'tl to return lo work next Mon day morning. It la reported that rroHlilont John Mitchell of the Unltod MlnoVorKora advised the fltrlhorN to return to work , as ho roallred that vlntcr was near at hand and the in In 01 H In this Hold could not hold out njuch IOIIKIT , as almoHt every ono was doptMidont on the union for foo...

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 — 12 September 1902

HE NORFOLK WEEKLY .NEWS JOURNAL , . , , NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY SKl'TKMBKU 12. 1002 to Great Blaze Is Sweeping Spindle Top District , FLAMES ARE BEYOND CONTROL. .Threaten to Destroy Property Worth , Millions of Dollars Fire Runs I Along Saturated Ground , Communi cating to Tanks. 1 Beaumont , . Tex. , Sept. 12. The oil 'field Is on lire and Judging by the great volume of smoke which Is lloat- Ing in from Spindle Top there Is great danger that great loss will ho sus tained , If the field Is not entirely de stroyed. The fire started early last evening in some waste oil along the ' .Texas . and Sablne tracks and burned .about sixty feet of trestle. This was gotten under control , and It was be lieved all danger was past , but In the meanwhile the fire had boon communl- catod to the field , and a number of huge soiling tanks , containing thou- "sands of barrels of petroleum , have exploded and others arr reported as being In the direct line of the fire , which has spread over a wide are...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEtVS : FJRlbAY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 1902. Thcflo lolklSieuas W , N. HUB1C. rubUuhor , DAILY. t rr < Bnmlsy. Hr 'er e.k , 15 c nli , ill mnll | < r jronr , (0.00. WKKKI.Y NtWMJOU UNA I > , , , Tli Journal , Mti\lillilin l 1M7 Friday. lly mull i r yonr. tl.M. Knttrttt at the I'ottolllce nt Norfolk , Net ) . , ni Mooml elKii matter. T Ui > linne l KiMorlM Dnimrtmenl , No. 21 llailucM Olllci nnil Job Hoomi. No. SIZ. _ REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. Kor Ootornor JOHN 11. MICKEY Polk For LlnntoiiAiit Oo\ornor K.G. McOll.TON Dou tn ForTmnMiror I'KTitn MoniKNuoN Vnlloy For Hocrelnrj of Btnto 0. A. MAHHII Klclinnlfoti Tor Auditor CIIAHI.KHVhtaov BherMnn For Bnperlutt'iiilout of I'nlillo liirtrnctlon WIU.IAM K. KOWI.Kn WllflllllKtnll For AUornoy ( louornl FIUNK N. I'UOUT For Laml Commlnloticr QKOROK 1) . KOM.UKR Naclioll * Congressional. For Coiwretminn , Third DlMrlct JOHN J. MtUAimiY. . . . . . Senatorial. For Btnto Bftmtor , Klo\outli Dlttrlct Dn. J. M. Ai.UKN. . . . 1'lcrc...

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 — 12 September 1902

THE'NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 12 , 3 Complete Surrender of Miners is Demanded. STONE FAILS TO END STRIKE. .No Result Comes From Pennsylvania Governor's Trip to New York Phil adelphia Paper Tells Different Story and Asserts Morgan Has a Plan. ' New York , Sept. 10. Governor W. . 'A. Stone of Pennsylvania , who came to this city and made an effort during the day at seeing what could bo done in settling the anthracite strike , re turned to Harrlsburg last night without - out apparently being able to accom plish anything. There are rumors that the governor's visit had effect , but George W. Perkins of J. P. Mor gan & Co. denied that there was any change In the situation. The gov ernor was accompanied to the city by Attorney General EIKIII and senator Flyun of Plttsburg. The three held a conference of three hours' duration with P. A. B. Widener In the offices of the United States Steel corporation. After the conference had lasted an hour , Mr. Widener went to BOO J. P. Morgan...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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