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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 September 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 20 , $02. \V. N. HU8IS. rubllahor , DAILY , Kitnbllilieit , 1M1 , XTI AHJ Hiimtnr. " ? cnrrlnr pnr * , IS ointi , llf mull jior jronr , ffl.OO , WKKKI.Y NJCWN-.JOIIHNAI , , Ib N wi , eilnbllsliod , ISM , The Jonrnnt , entnblUlioil 1817 Kt ry Frldnr , lly mull per jonr , $ t.M > , Kn r < t nt tlm Foilollloe nt Norfolk , Neb , , ni l oomolnn mnttnr , > l pboiip ! Killtnrlnl Doimrtninul , Nn. Hnilnftt * OIllcB nnil Job Itoonin , No , 322 , REPUBLICAN TICKET. State. For QoTomor Jonw II , MICKKT , .1'olk I For Llnnlnnnni Governor E. G , McGu.TON DutiRlni For Tronnnror PVTBR MouTttNdON Vnllny For Bocrotnry of Btnto Q , A , MAKHII Hlolinriloan For Auditor CIIAHI.KHVr.sTON .Hharlilnn For Bnpnrlntoiulont of Pnbllo Iimlriictlim WILLIAM K , FOWI.KR WntililiiRton For Aitornoy Oonornl FRANK N , I'ROUT -IBRO ( For Ijnnd Commltilonor QKOIIIIU I ) , POI.I.MKU. Nncbollfl Congressional. For CoiiKrh mnii , Tlilrcl Dlitrlot- JOHN J. McCAKTiit niion Senator...

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 — 3 October 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. , , . . NORFOLK NEBRASKA KIM DAY ( XTOHMR l15)02. \ ) Nub ! Explosion of Firedamp at Diamond is Disastrous. OCCURS ON 1,600 FOOT LEVEL. Bodies of Three of the Victims Have I Been Recovered Fans Are Now Working and Deadly Air Is Being | Cleared Out Mine Badly Wrecked. Black Diamond , Wash. , Oct. 3. Au explosion of firedamp occurred last night hi the fourth level of the Law- eon mine , hadly wrecking the nilno r and killed twelve miners. Fortunately no flro was started. Three oodles have heen Uiken out. There are supposed to ho nine more bodies In the mine. Three men were injured , one badly. The dead : Joe Jacker , Frank Flln- 'dcr , Frank Rochelle , Robert Lund- berg , John Swanson. John Creghlno , Simon Tersuavlch , Edward Actlenat , Erlcco , John Letor , Hugh Levon- dcr. Louis Berkman. The Injured : Chris Baker , burned about the face ; James Carson , burned about the head , hands burned and In jured Internally ; William Whltsell , Bllgutly burn...

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 — 3 October 1902

* TIIK NORFOLK NK\VS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 3 , IM)2. ) W. N. UUSK , I'ubllnliiir , DAILY. KvlnhlliliBil , li7. , Kttrjr ( Uj iroii Bumlny. Hr emrrlnr i > er | rk , IS otuti , HI mnll l > or ynnr , (0,00 , \V1CKICI.Y NiWS. IOUItNAI < , ThtN wiMti\blUlimt , 1WI. The Jouriml , MtnMUliml 1H17 Krtrr Friday. Mr ni ll i ir jronr , H.W. Knttrcd nt tlio PoBtotllce nl Norfolk , No ) ) , , ni jtoond olnil mailer , X Uption it Killtorln ) Dniinrtmont , No. 12 1 UnitnMi Olllcd nnd Job Room * . No. S2 , REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. For OoTornor JOHN 11. MlCUKT Polk For Lleiltonntit Governor E.G. Mcdii/roN Donglnt ForTrpannrer PBTBU MORTRNKON VnlUjr For Boorelnry of Htnto Q , A. MAURI Hlclinnlnon For Auditor CIUIILKH WKHTON Bliorldnn ForBnporlntwidontof Pnlillo ludructlon WlU'IAM K. FOUI.KU WllBlllllKtoll For Attorney Gonornl FRANK N. I'IIOUT For Land CommUiloniT GKOEOK I ) . FUM.UKII . v.-Nnclmlle Congressional. For CoiiKrfl niaii , Third Dlilrlcl JOHN J. McCAUTiir Ulion 'Senatorial. ' For Bln...

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 — 3 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 8 , 1002 TREASURER'S ' OPFICK. ! MAIIIHON COUNTY , NKIIKAHKA j Notlco IB ho'orijr slvnn ttmt nil InmU nnil town lots in tlio following lint , nil which tlm tnxoft romoln tiuimld for tlio ) oir spodllod , will bo eo11 nt this olllon on the tlrst Mini lay of November , 1P02. Knllnwlmr It tlio lift for publication , ns required liy inw , giving tlio nmonnt duo tlioroon , to whinh will I HI mliloil intori'Bt at the rate < i ( 10 per cant per niuinm from tlio llmt dnjr of May nftnr tlio year due , with tlm 0' st or publication mid sale. Dntod at Mmltiou , Nobr. , Octobnr 1,11X12. Uouuty Treasurer. YEAR 1901 MADISON PUE- C1NUT. . Township 21 , Itonso 1 Description Hoc. Amt. nee $21 58 e hf nw 8 11 no sw 4 30 nweo 4 SO BW 7 .12 30 BO 8 34 47 BOnw 13 21 43 nw ir > 25 KO no 16 20 70 ohf nw 16 12 61 w hf nw 16 12 61 w hf aw 16 900 ehf sw 16 10 SO BO 16 2070 ahfno 20 12 70 nw 22 2382 aw 23 25 67 BW 24 20 53 no 80 23 37 .ahtno 35 1087 GREEN GARDEN PRECI...

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 — 3 October 1902

The Kt ry d wok , IS e W Th N wl BT > Ratr < itoonil el n.ll Ford JOHN II ForL B.O. M ForT PBTBB For 8 Q. A. ft For * On * nti Fort For/ / FUANH For QKOIK For JOHN i For Dn , J , For flour For F.U Foi Ciuti Tl nlh ? Join the ! itul wit ! vrh < rotr. Uev C isc rut rog in i mo obi wo VOJ sol in fo in di til isv \v vat at n t ! oT on i I 1 THE NORFOLK NEWSs tflllDAY , OCTOBER 3,1902. President Roosevelt Hopes to Settle Coal Strike. ( HEART-TO-HEART TALK HIS PLAN Invltco Mine Operators and John Mitchell to Meet With Him nt White Hou e on Friday President Will Act as Arbitrator. WanlilnBton , Oct. 2. 1'rcitlilent RooHovolt will in all e an effort to bring the anthracite coal mine owners nnd tholr Btrllijni ; employes togotlior In tlio Interest of the public good. Thin con. elusion WAB reached after n. Rorlcs of conforonccn with his cabinet advisors , covering Tuesday nnd Wednesday. The decision WBB arrived at when the Inwyuru of the cabinet Informed the president that there wn n...

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 — 3 October 1902

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FlUOAf , OOTOHKIl 3,1002 , When wild prnirlc hny Is Belling for $4 per ton , well cured alfalfa hay Is worth $12.11 so far as Us feeding value Is concerned. i ' A farmer cnn raise a good boy much easier by taking n half day off mid going fishing with him than he can by lecturing and licking him. The sumac and elderberry possess many claims upon the lover of natural beauty as agencies for the decoration of the homo doorynrd. 1 A serviceable nutomobllo now sold at $700 will be on the market Inside of five years at $350 or less. The history of the bicycle will bo repeated lu the case of the auto. Carbon bisulphide Introduced Into the burrows of gophers , skunks and other ground burrowing vermin makes short work of them. They die , as do .tho men In a coal mine after an explo sion , from firedamp and suffocation. 1 In a way to the prospective buyer of a farm It Is not altogether n drawback that the weeds on such farm grow big and strong. The wise man knows that jWhere...

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 — 3 October 1902

Tl II * B 6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 3 , 1W2. The I4oitf oik fleLds It wasn't as bad in Henderson's dls- trlot ns might have boon. Tlio platform adopted plainly means , "Lot well enough alone" . " Grand Island is probably behaving itself tbls wotlc. The ministers of tlio M. E. oburch , North Nebraska confer ence , au .lu ] OBBlon there , .T. Piorpont Morgan cnnnot seem to ngroo with the World-Herald tlmt Presi dent Koosovolt'H remarks concerning the trusts are "words , words , wonlfl , and still moro words. " Senator Dietrich expresses himself us decidedly opposed to tariff revision nnd la thereby In oloso touch with Nebraska republicans who can see no benefit to the country to bo derived by altering the turilT Kohodnlo. We'll put up with it this time but the day is coming when Norfolk will hnvo nil entertainment and if any rain en deavors to Interfere , wo will sit down on it in a manner that will not bo whole- BO mo. It will bo funny for the fuBionlstB when they nro bro...

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 — 3 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 3. 100k AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA W" ' " ! ! " ' ! I II I , , , THE PARDONING OF SDEWHEEL DAWSON JMI , liy D. 11. Tiilmailge tTTTTYYYTTYTTVYTVTTTTYTY * Mr. Dawson's "fin" was weary from vigorous shaking , his back was sore from repeated slaps , his neck was chafed bythe collar to which It had long been a atrangcr , but his state of mind was one of most excellent satis faction. A man who has been sentenced to twenty years of hard labor in the pen itentiary and who comes forth free and in the full possession of his health at the cud of flve Is certainly entitled to some felicitation. That was pre cisely what had happened to Mr. Daw- eon. He hall killed his man under what appeared cold blooded circum stances to nn Intelligent Jury. Ho had pleaded self defense conventionally , but the testimony was such that there Bcemed no doubt of his guilt. True , there had been no eyewitnesses to the slaughter. Those who testified merely told of threats he had made...

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 — 3 October 1902

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY ; OCTOBER 3 , l 02. Presbyterian Ladles of Ne braska at the M. E. Church. WILL VISIT FACTORY FRIDAY. A Number of Dologntos Now Huro nnd Morn nro Expected Addresses of Goncrnl Interest Tonight and To morrow NlRllt. From WpdtioHitnyV Dully The Pnwltytoriiiu ladles of Nohrnftkn nru holding tlio llrnt nu'iitliiK of the SJfltl niiiniiil tu'BHlon of the Wonmu'H Mis stonnry Nooliity In the M. 1C , ohuroh ol this olty this afternoon. A number ol olHoorH and iloloKatos arrived in the mtj last night , and otluirH huvo boon nrrlvlnf during the duy to nttoud the noHHioti , It Is not expected that nil will bo lion before tonight , but by thnt time it it anticipated that there will bo n largo nttondimco of delegates nnd visitors. Gonurnl intoront oontorH in the pro grain for tonlght'H Houston when Dr. J , W. MuKonu of Cheng Mai , LIIOH , will speak on the subject , "Tlio Pearl ol AHln. " Friday morning it has boon armngoi ] to tuko the delegates [ and visitors fora vis...

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 — 3 October 1902

TlfR TMMttTfnT.TT VRIIUY. ( ) MTm < l < M < . : < SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Miss Clara Mueller iu on the siok list. j 1 Rain also spoiled the carnival at Alus- worth. j Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mason leave to day for a woBtorn trip. I I Mrs. J. 0 Stltt wont to Omaha today to BOO the Ak-Sar-Bon carnival , Miss Helen Mm qimrdt him been assist ing in the Btoro of Beolor Bros , this week. Miss Emma Mueller wont to Omaha on the noon train to enjoy the carnlvnl events. Mrs. 0. A. Blakoly and daughter Miss Lota have gone to Sioux City to spend Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Tawney and daughter Ruth were in the city from Pierce this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Oarl Saunders and daughter of Stanton wore city visitors yesterday. Miss Esther Mason has accepted n school near Battle Oreek and will begin teaching Monday. E. N. Vail left this morning for Min nesota to visit his farm. Ho will bo ab sent about two weeks. Miss Cora Craudall who has been a guest at the homo of Joseph Fox , re turned to her homo in Cruig...

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 — 3 October 1902

10 Till' ] NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , OCTOBER 3 , 1002 Choice of Fusion Conventions in This City Yesterday , NOMINEE MAY NOT ACCEPT. Eleventh District Delegates Dostow the Honors on Norfolk Dnnkor by Unninlmous Consent Central Com- mlttoo Named by Ench Party. Krom TiiofMlny1 * Dnlly. The democrats mid popullstH of the Klovonlh Hoimtortiil dlstriut mot In joint convention in the oity hall yuHtonlay afternoon anil noininntort G. A. Lulkart president of the Oltlzoim National bank of this cfty , us their candidate for sena tor , the nomination being unniilinotiH after a joint session had boon agreed npon. PrnvioitR to the convention Mr. Lul- Unit had been solicited by friends to ac cept the noininutlon if tendered him by the convention , lint ho positively re- fuBod to consider the proposition , mid thiTu is no reason to bollovo that the notion of the convention in bestowing It unanimously operated to change his mind , HO that the contra ! committee may have a vacancy to fill. , On recomme...

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 — 3 October 1902

\ THE NORKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ( XTOHHK H , i ) U2. II NO TROUBLE It's no trouble for us to show you our line Hno of Watches , Clocks Silver ware , and the many now thing * in the ilowelry Novelties. Wo huvo junt rccolvoil n new line of Souvenir Spoons in Sterling with the Beet Sugar Factory Imnd ouRraved Inside of bowl. Prompt attention given to our Repair Do- partuiout. W. MftRQUARDT. G. F. . . JEWELER , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. If you want to buy or build a house , the Elkhoru B , & S. Asssociation will make yon a loan oil favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH is the to get your German Prunes for Preserv ing. Just Received , an extra fine lot. PARISH The Weather. Forecast for Nebraska : Generally fair tonight and .Saturday.except rain and cooler in southeast portion tonight. Warmer Saturday. FRIDAY FACTS. Sessions & Bell are having a cement walk laid in front of their brick block on East Norfolk avenue. A girl was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Anton Beukenar....

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 — 3 October 1902

X THE NORFOLK VEWR : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 3 , A White ' Uy Mnrthn Maui's M'Ctillorli- Choice , " * ' ' . Jimmy Merion \VIIH no Rival In the mliiil of Mnmli CivoU Jlinmy luul lint two KHlccinliiK iiiiiiillli'M. Onu [ WIIH lieliiK Ilia fatlii'r'H NOII , the other thnt liu luul wit cnoiiKli to lo\o liln fa- tlier'H ward , Cresny Ollplmnt. Upon a mimincr inornliiK Croimy calliul to him over lu-r Hhoulilcr : " .Ilin- my , do eomo out Yon nro tlio wlowcHt ok ! tiling ! And yon Unow 1 liatu a man or a Imiw ) without loin of no. " Tlicy WIMO rlilhiK up hill. CivNfty'H nvlilplaHh whined at'cotiipanliiiiMit to lior wonlM. .lliinny had a talent Tor nayUK ! nothing , still aH hu came with in onM.V hall ho piped amiably , "Cri'BH , I lii'on woiuli'i-ln' all thin inornln' If you won't novcr k'nrn bottor'n to RU- ! lop a homo np hill. " "I'vo hci'ii wnndi'rliiK If > ' < > " will ever lonrn anything. " C'roHHy rotortcd , HliiHli- Ink' Havngoly at a near hiiHh. Jimmy oponoil ! IH ! t > yoa. ...

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 — 10 October 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL i V r < NORFOLK , NEBRASKA FRIDAY , OOTOHKK 10 , 1002 , Senators and Operators Meet to Discuss Strike. KEEP THEIR WORK A SECRET , { Coal Barons Confer Over Situation i Privately , but Will Make No An- " nouncemcnt Soldiers Preserve Or- " " , "dcr In Anthracite Region. 1 New York , Oct. 10. Hepleto at Ha opening with promise of a solution of the long-drawn-out struggle between the United Mine Workers of America and the operators of the anthracite properties In Pennsylvania , yesterday closed without apparent appreciable progress toward an agreement upon the Issues In controversy. Most noteWorthy - Worthy of the day's events was a con ference at the office of Senator Thorn , ns C. Platt , at which there were pres ent , among others , the two senators from Pennsylvania and the governor of New York and nearly all the heads of the big corporations controlling the anthracite Holds. In all seeming , this conference had a contrary effect to that which had ...

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 — 10 October 1902

THE NOllFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 10,1902. Local Unions Arc Unanimous for Continuing the Fight. MITCHELL GOE3 TO NEW YORK. Miners' President Has n Private Con ference With Senators Quoy and Penrose Sends Reply to Reese velt's Request Strikers Are Firm. VVIlkosbarre , Oct. 9. Unlonn Prosl- dent Mitchell's hurried visit to Now , York boars fruit , the end of the inluo workers' strike seems u long way oft anil the jirospact of sufficient coul beIng - Ing wined to oullHfy the public do- nuuid IH extremely jioor. Every local union of the miners' oreunlzntlon throughout the hurd coal bolt hold special meetings yesterday and resolved - solved to ronmin on strike until the snlno owners grant thorn some con cessions. And while the reports ot thcso inoetlngB came pouring Into WllkoBbarro , President Mitchell die- tntcd a letter to the president of the United States , In which ho cave his answer to the proposition that the Htrlkors return to work and trust to liavu their condition Improved ...

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 — 10 October 1902

Second Fire Within a Month Causes $100,000 Loss. NAKED LIGHT CAUSES DISASTER. i fBoventy-flv * Tank * and Score of I Pumping Plants Destroyed One I Man Caught In Path of Flames , and Fatally Burned. Beaumont , Tox. , Oct. 8. Another destructive lire , the second In a ! mouth , swept over a portion of the oil field last night , causing ono fatality ] and entailing a property loss roughly estimated at $100,000. Thomas How- ley , a worker In thu field , was caught in the path of the flames and sus tained burns from which ho will die. .This is belloved to bo the only cas ualty. The fire started In a peculiar manner. Shortly before midnight a workman lifted the top of his lantern to blow out the light. The atmosphere % vas heavily laden with gas , and In an instant there was a flash , followed by a sheet of flame. The blaze was com municated to a small settling tank fiearby , owned by J. S. Corbett. In an instant a derrick adjoining the tank was enveloped in fire and With remarkable rapi...

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 — 10 October 1902

frrrrjrrnniMir ATPWC , IWIHAV nnTHTlT ? ! * in ! VV. N , UUHK. PunUshor , DAILY. KutablUliml. IW7 , Kvtry day iicopt Hnlulny. Ivj " with , 1& c.nti , llj "mil per innr , f > ) ,00 , WKKKI.Y NKW8..HHJHNAI. . Thi N wi , MUWUIiwI. WI. Tim Jonrtinl , MlnWUhwl 1817 KT rr Friday , lly mall iior your , $ l.0 , Knitr < t at tli PottolllCB at Norfolk , Noli. , nt l eond elan maltor , TtUphonNi Killtorlal Domirtmont , No. H | llniloti * Olllc * and Job Aoonm. No. ! i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnto. For Ooternor JOHN II. MIUHKT . I'olk For Lieutenant Governor E. 0. ItrGit/roH ForTroRnaror PMTH MORTRNHON Vnlley For Bocretnry of Btnto 0. A. MARHH niclinrilmn For Auditor CIUVI.KII WKRTON Blinrltlnn For Btitmrltitmulent of Public ItmlruetUm TVn.i.uH K. I'OWI.KII WnMiliiictuii For Attorney flonernl FRANK N. TROUT -.Qngo For Lund CommlMloupr GBoanu 1) . Kou.Mun Nnclioll * Congressional. For CotiKrenmnn , Third Blitrlct JOHN J. Mt-CAUTiit. . . . . . Dlxon Senatorial. For Blnto Bonntor , Kloventl...

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 — 10 October 1902

A mttr.i r\-n nr TT XT f ? two. / - - / v/-irn/-vT > nT irv in/-\i DGL1NOPT TAX T KtBUKKK'8 OFFICK. > MADIHON COI TV , NKUUANKA ) ho o < f lton Hint nil In'iU nnd lotB in tlio fiOldvvlim llKt , on which ( ho run nln nnpnld for tno > oir Dtmollluil , will lie cfilil nt tills olllo" on ( ho HrBt Motvny ) of Norotnbi-r , IWB Kollo\vin IB llio llet for publjcrttloii ) MH ipipilrod bv ! n\r , Blvliic tlin nmoiint dun ( hero n < In nhlrh will be mined Inton-Ht nt the ruto of 10 "cr emit jier nnnum from the llrat dnr of Mny nft r Iho yo r duo , wltb the c Bt or tiubllcntlnn nnd mdo. Dntod at Mndliou , Nvbr. October 1 1IKI2. H , ( ' &I1LHB , County TroHBUror. 8 lit BW u ne 10 18 US newhf nw 10 807 whf BW 10 930 ohf BW 10 8 M whf nw 15 9 15 w hf BW 15 9 15 B bf ue ea 2U 2 03 BO BO 20 4 04 w bf nw 21 b Stl BO 21 19 72 BOnw 22 1992 ehf ne 23 9 18 BW 28 19 41 w hf BO 23 9 02 nw 24 20 2S Be nee 20 4 42 o hf BO 26 9 70 w hf so 26 9 19 nw 27 2028 no 28 28 50 ne 31 10 90 BW 31 16...

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 — 10 October 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBEit 10 , 1902. There is n woman nt the bottom oftho cw > o in China. One of the most jwpulnr loader * among thoHoxera IB woman , 10,000 of the rebels havlnK flocked to her standard. That rnvemal of the Gnitou-AlphonM undue * * by the minor * nnd the operator * iuTompll hoifiis , little for the people M usually no- the o obliging gentlemen oomplUh for their chance acquaintance * . If the democrats will show in what way they have ever benefited the wage earners or the business interest * of the country , there arc those who would help thorn to return to power , but until such n showing is imwlo the pcoplo of all Classen uould prefer to truet their wel fare to the republican party. It IH alleged that anthrncito conl is a luxury and that keeping it off the market will not prove a calamity to the ix-oplo. They forget that the lack of anthracite will cause an unusual de mand for the fuel of the people with the probability that n fuel famine will bo thei...

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 — 10 October 1902

r TILE NORFOLK NEWS : FItTIUY , OCTOBER 10. W02. Entire Division of Pennsylvania Guards on Duty. SOLDIERS GO TO STRIKE REGION. Governor Stone Justifies His Latest , Action by Saying That Local Author' 1 Itles Are Unable to Maintain Order In Disturbed District. llnrrlsburg , Pa. , Oct. 7. Governor Btono Into last night ordered out the entire division of the National Guard of Pennsylvania to duty in the an- thraclte coal regions. The soldiers are now in the field. The order calling out the guard says : "In certain portions of the counties of Luzerne , Schuylklll , Carhon , Lack- nwonna , Susquehanna , Northumber- land and Columbia , tumults and riots frequently occur and mob law reigns , Men who deslro to work have been beaten and driven away and their families threatened. Railroad trains have been derailed and the tracks torn up. The local authorities have been unable to maintain order and have called on the commander-ln-chlof for troops. The situation grows moro Eerlous day by day. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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