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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 12 December 1902

ft THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. DECEMBER 12. Wolves of the Country Nenr Here arc in Danger , MUCH SPORT WOULD BE HAD A A Squnrc of Hunters Mny bo Formed , * ' Driving the Wolves nnd Olhor Wild Animals to n Common Center Wlioro Tlioro Would bo Slaughter. Locnl fporls nto talking of organizing for n wolf limit somewhere in thin local ity that should tnko plaro nt nu early dnto. It linn boon suggested that n fluid taking in portions of Madison , Plurcu mid Antoloiio counties would furnish pome intimating pport and it may bo or ganized , A good captain of tlio limit will wed to bo chosen and n number of lU'utrnnntH , and tlio men engaged should bo nindu to obey InstructloiiH 1m- plioity. Hi'sides the fun of gutting thu wolves and countlens rabbltH , tlio coun try would bo rid of an undesirable pest of which Iht'ro nru many In tlio country tbat would bo covered. Tlio main linu of tlio Klkhorn might form tlio south side of tlio bunt , people of Norfolk , Battle Crock , Meadow Grove nnd Tild...

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 — 12 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK ; , NEBRASKA , .FRIDAY , 12 , 1002. PAGES 9 TO 12 , 'Work of Fortifying Puerto Ca- ' belle is Under Way. i 'ENGLISH STEAMER 13 SEIZED. 'British and German Consuls Thrown Into Prison and Their Property Con fiscated London Without Official News Eyes on United States. 1 London , Dec. 12. A dispatch to the 'Dally Mall from Wllleffistad , dntcd Dec. 11 , says : "flie Venezuelan authorities at Puerto Cabello are fortifying that town. They have seized and Impris oned the British and Gorman consuls there , as well as other Britons and Germans , .and have taken possession of their property. The authorities . also seized a British steamer which was discharging a cargo of coal at Puerto Cabello. this vessel being unable - able to escape owing to a breakdown In her machinery. The American con sul at Puerto Cabollo attempted to In tervene , but he was disregarded. " H London , Dec. 12. The foreign of- flco Is still without further news re gar...

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 — 12 December 1902

: TFIE NORFOLK .NEWS . * FRIDAY , 'DEOJEMBEtti2 ' , U902 , W. N , HU8H , Publisher. DAILY. IKitablliliftit. mi. Efirr d r ic jit Hnmlny. llr currier par n k , 15 c nli , Hj NKWH-.IOUHNAI. . l liea.liHl. ! Tht Jonriml , Mtnbllnlietl 1811 KT Krldnjr , Hjr mull l > r jour , $1.0. BbUr t At the 1'o.loUlce nt Norfolk , Neb. , ni ttaouii oUn matter , T J phon ! Kdltorlnl Deiinrlmont , No. tlf llailnHi OIHc * and Job fioomi , No. M2. Au custom exchange thinks it pea alblo Unit the conl mines will go out of the control of Mr. JJuor nnd the Al mighty. The ooroiior of Dodge county has pur chased nn automobile. Evidently the cor- onor'8 business IH alnok in Dodge nnd ho fools bound to oncouniKO the URO of 1m- plotnontH nnd infurnnl iniiohlncH that will bo a brnoor in his line of omlonvor. The Winner Free Prons expresses it- elf nu follows on n innttor of intoroflt to north Nobnxukn , nnd Norfolk in partic ular : "It would bo rnthor poor busl- ness policy to nbnndon the iiHylum property - po...

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 — 12 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DEORMHKlt 12 , 1.U02 , 'Diamonds , Watches , Clocks , Jewelry , Silverware , AND Novelties Of every description , suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS may bo found at MARQWDT'S ' JEWELRY STORE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA. Reliable Goods , .Right Prices , Established 1870. The Best Gift of All that makes for life , long happiness. The Elkhorn B , S. association will make yon a loaa to build or buy on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH Heinz' Sweet , Sour and German Dill Pickles. Best Made. PARISH A CHRISTMAS PAIR of Bhooa for baby or the other children is oil our shelves awaiting your call , which we hope will be made early , BO that you may have ample time to select and "try on" the little onep. Our shoes have many merits hero are a few : Good , honest , well tanned leather j at tention as to style and sewing , which guarantee good fit ; fair pricing accord ing to quality. Our shoe service com- mmds and deserves attention. The Palaee Shoe Store The Weath...

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 — 12 December 1902

12 THE NOHFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 12 , 1902. W. 11.llUOHOUt. rmlitanl , Norfolk i AUiXANlWIl IIICAIl , Mca Pmlilen K.V. . Kim , Cnililor. National Bank. , l , OLDEST ESTABLISHED DAWINe BUSINESSJN HORTHEAST NEBRASKA Capital , $100,000.00 Surplus , $20,000.00 Does a General Banking Business Hiiyn mid Soils jCxolmngo. IntorcHt Paid on Tlmo Deposits. DrftfUuiml Money Orders Sold on nny Point In Euro o A General tSt ftmshlp and Forolmi 1'nHnngo Huslricas Trnnmiotod. A.liKAU , K. IMUNMJN , I'.J. HAMC , W. H.UUOllObZ , WM 7.UTZ N.A. UAINIIOliT HH. COTTON. 0 , A. MJIKAUT , 1'RKHIDRNT. W. H. JOIINHON , CIIA8. H. imilHlK , VlOK IMlKHIDRNT. ItKO 1'ABKWALK , ABS'T TAHIIIUB The Citizens National Bank. Cnpltnl , $50,000. Surplus , tiuooo. Bny nml "nil nxoliAtiRn on thin country nail nlllpnrta of Knropo , | lrnrm Lonnn , OlrcctorUui , AHMUH , W It. JOIINHON , CIIAH. S. llnrtiait , 0 , W , HBAABOU , t , . M. HWANR , ( } . A. LUIKAUT. T , V MnuMiNoiia , It. BBHSIONH , Hayes Jewelry and I Music...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 19 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. , NORFOLK , NK1MASKA , , ' , . PART ONE FRIDAY Dl'X'MiMItKR 11) ) IJI02. PAGES 1 TO 8 Sioux City Manager Buys Nor folk Theater. 'TOOK POSSESSION YESTERDAY. New Proprietor Controls a Circuit of First Class Opera Houses and Is In Position to Book High Grade Attractions. Prom Sntnnlny'i Dully. The ownership of the Norfolk Audi torium has changed hands , the prop erty passing into the possession of Mr. A. B. Boall of Sioux Oity. It will bo remembered Hint Mr. Boall came to the city Wednesday morning aud looked ever the house in company with ex- Governor Jackson and Mr. Gardner of Dos Molnos , president and secretary of the Royal Union Life Insurance com pany of Iowa , owners of the property. The party left for Slcux City that after- tioon , and the transfer of the Auditor- inm was closed on Thursday. Yester day morning Mr. Beall returned to the oity aud took possession. Ho expressed himself well pleased with the bouse and said ho thinks it is unusually g...

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 — 19 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : PRIDAY , DECEMBER 19,1902 , Caracas Merchants Aslc Castro to Give In to Allies. HEADY TO ACCEPT ANY TERMS. United Minister Bowen It Likely to Be a Member of the Court to Adjuet Questions Involved Italian Mln- Ister Leaves Country. Caracas , Dec. 18. Indlcatlonn hero ro that Venezuela will yield to the powers. The Icntllng citizens liavo ad dressed a joint note to President Can- tro nokltiK him to elvo full powers to United States Minister Howen to of- feet n tormlnatlon of the ( lllllcully. This note was transmitted to I'rosl- dent Castro yesterday uftcrnoon. It IB sinned by all tLu lending merchants , bankers and agriculturists of Canicu. , . It reficctH truly ( ho conccnniiB of cur rent oiilnlon among I litbuulnesB olc- incut of thin city. The men who ttlRiied the note met hint night to din- CIIBH ways and mcniiH of obtaining money with which Venezuela cnn meet her obligations , as well an thn Kimr- unices It will lie possible to offer to lier creditors. The not...

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 — 19 December 1902

N011FOLK NEWS : Fill BAY , DKOHMnRR 10,1002. Spain and Belgium Malce De mands on Venezuela , I 1ITALY PRESENTS ULTIMATUM. ' .Italian Minister Receives Order * to Leave Caracas at Once Revolu tionary General Hernandez Arrives In Capital to Aid Castro. 1 CarncaH , Doc. 17. The Spanish min ister to Vunezuela , Senor Gaytan do Ayala , and tbc Belgian charge d' af faires , M. Van der Hoyd , have pre sented n Joint letter to the Venezuelan minister of foreign affairs , In which they ask , In case tlio claims of other foreign powers are paid by Venezuela , that the same treatment given these powers bo accorded to Spain and Bel- glum. Caracas , Dec. 17. The Italian min ister to Venezuela , Signer do Hlvcnx , has received orders from Rome toy y- leave Caracas this morning , lie will go on board the Italian crulspr Glov- ' * annl Dausan at LaOuayra. ' Signer do Hlvera has been instruct ed by his government to present to the government of Venezuela In the form of an ultimatum , Italy's demand ...

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 — 19 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 19,190.2 The Norfolk flcuifi A girl should accept no oxcuno from her follow who now neglects to tixko her Blclghridlng. The thought thnt tmow Is considered n Rood fortilteor In Rood thought to think na it continues to noomnulnto. Mrs. Ulysses S. Gn\nt , widow of President Qrixnt , is dond nt lior liomo in Washington , nt the ngo of 75 years. _ If Santa Glium doRon't UBO Ids reindeers - doors nud sleigh this winter there nro ninny youngsters who will foci justified In believing the old follow ft myth. A. A. Lognn hns retired Irom the Grolghtan Conrinr and thnt imports now innod by , T. S. Kelley , who 1ms boon manager of the paper for tbo past seven nionthn. If the introduction of bills on the trust , question will settle the matter there is no iinustiou but that the tnwts have received stunning blow from congress. The Monroe dootrino stands for n good many things , but it evidently does not support small American republics in attempting to ovndo ...

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 — 19 December 1902

TILE NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDAj ( , DKOKMBKU 10 , UK)2 ) Proceedings Against Venezuela Become Tripartite. NEW REVOLUTION IB IMMINENT. President Castro's Position Is Dally Growing More Difficult British Parliament Receives Correspond ence With Venezuelan Government. ' - Dorlln , Dec. 16. The foreign office informed the Associated Press that Italy will participate In the blockade by agreement with the allies and that a portion of the coast will he assigned to the Italian Bhlps. The proceudlugs ucalnat Venezuela thus becomes In every respect tripartite. The foreign office here has re ceived Secretary Hay's communica tion relative to the Venezuelan block ade. Its terms were not disclosed , Ilit Its Import was understood to ex press the hope the blockade would bo a peaceful one. The precise character of the blockade hns not been notified to the powers. Great Britain and Ger many have agreed thereon. The Gor man government submitted a draft of the notification of the ultimatum yes tcrday to th...

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 — 19 December 1902

0 THE NORFOLK NEWS : ' FRIDAY , DECEMBER 19 , 1902. SATURDAY SIFTINQS , The train from UoncBtocl wn about two hour * Into again thin morning. It. M WoUo wont to Gothenburg to day on buRlnoHS. V. SI , HuiiNh wan In the olty laHt ovonlng fii Nollgh , tlin guest ° * Mr- nnd Mrs. Carl Nelson. Miss Annie MoBrlilo wont toFromont on the morning tram and from ttioro will go to Oinalm at noon , expecting to rutnrn tomorrow night. Col. S. W. Hayns roturnml last night from Fremont having stopped ovtir there on bin way homo from Omalm whom bo hud been attending the grand chapter , lloyal Arch Masons. W. It. Wlgton , of Omalm , formerly Htato mnnngor of the lloyal JUnlon Life Insuriim'o company of Iowa , and who assisted in the bnlldliiK of the Norfolk Auditorium for that company , wan hoto overnight on business. W. II Lowe hut ) returned from Nollgh whom ho gave ovldonuo In a law milt In volving a parcel of land before a npoolal ( orm of dlNtriut court , over which the judge of tliii fifteenth ...

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 — 19 December 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : FItlluY , DECEMHEU 10 , 1002. Grand Officers Visit Morning Lodge No. 20. VISITORS FROM OTHER TOWNS. Work In Scnond and Third Degrees Exemplified Enjoyable Talks by Grand Officers and Others , and Refreshments Served. Fiotn\VoJnoidnj' Dally. Lost night was an occnrion of con- Bidornblo momout to the Knights of Pythias of Norfolk aud neighboring towns , a district mooting or school of instruction being hold in the hall of Morning iodgo No. 20 , with Grand Chancellor F. S. Kelley and Grand Keeper of Records and Seals Will H. Love , both of Lincoln , and Past Grand Chancellor J. F. Boyd of Neligh present ta lend to the interest. About 75 visitors from lodges of neighboring towiifl , and about 215 of Norfolk's bravo tnon were in attendance and thu inter est in the mcuting held them until an hour of this morning that was quite early. Thorn wore about 20 visitors from Madison , 16 or 20 from Pilger , five from "Stunton , a dozen from Winside , several from Wayne and Noligh ,...

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 — 19 December 1902

a TUB NORFOLK NEWS * FRIDAY , DECEMBER 10 , 1902 The GUARDfANS 0 j OF DEATH J x By Charles Lee Taylor /j ' / OarvrlyM , IKit , JiyI. . . /tlrfoinhon > It was n forlorn looking house , long ilnco forsaken of litiinnn tenantry , ono would 1m vo nulil. Hcurrilng lizards ( lid sentry duty upon HH porch , niul the prednclous nnis Inul en ( on lulu IU odwor . Hut to n civil engineer In the niiHi'ttk'd center nt Mexico nny shelter IN n innltiT of gratitude. I terre - re I nnd I took possession' without any ! < ] imlmn of guilt , Tor It wasVvldent ( hat the owner linil moved out years bo- Tore. While the cook linllt ii'llre nml 'prepared ' dinner In the niiiln room wa jjrocceded to explore , not \vlllioiit cnu- lion , for the old whack looked llko n WomlMng resort for MiiikeH. I hnd IjitRt dispatched a couple Unit were 'keeping ' benne In it side room when n nhnnt from Dnrrul summoned mo to the pecond story. i "Here's n queer thing to turn up In an abandoned house , " ho cnlled. | Ho ...

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 — 19 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART TWO , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , DKCKMHKU 11) ) , 11)02 ) , PAGES 0 TO 12 Castro Tells American Minister to Make Settlement. u HAS COMPLETE JURISDICTION. Mission la Accepted Subject to Ap proval of Washington Authorities. | United States Will Recognize the I Blockade Germane Seize Schooner. Caracas , Dae. 19. Lopea Paralt , ' i { Venezuelan tnlnlator of foreign affairs , baa transmitted to United States Mln- „ , later Bowen a document signed by President Castro , as constitutional ' president of the republic , In which t.f Mr. Dowon ta recognized as the only * * representative of Venezuela in the x matter of effecting a settlement of the "to present difficulty. I According to the terms of thla clocu- J" * ment , Mr. Bowen may act without re- _ , , strlctlon , and he is to use all menus | $ possible to protect the Interests of j. ' % { Venezuela. The state department at > - ' \ [ Washington has been notlflod of the t transmission of this I...

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 — 19 December 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , DEOISMBEtt 10 , 1902 , i Whe fiottfolk J4erjus W. N. UUBB , rubllBhor. 11AII.Y , UUlabllilied , 1W. EMIT day lentil Bniulnr * "f nrrl r | > nr Mk , 15 o.iiti , llj moll l' < ir jrenr , lo.OO , WKKKI.Y NKWH.JOUltNAI. . Thn Jonrn'nl , nilnbllthnd 1817 RTM ? Frlilnj. llj mall l > nr year , $1.M. n .r < l at Ilia Vo.lolllce at Norfolk , Neb. , at Kcontl clan matter. rliphnn it K < lltorlal Doiiarlmeiit , No. | llailii.ii Olllo * and Job Uoomi , No. SIS. Vono/Hola Is being well ndvortlBod nt nny rnto. Nebraska Is her own Hwcot self again having evaded the grasp of Old Horais mid the Frost King. An Ainorloau cotton planter 1ms taken n Job nt 110,000 n your to teach the nub- JoctB of England the art of growing that staple article of comniuroo. If they should require similar iiiHtruotion on growing corn , Nebraska Btnuda ready to supply the dmnund. It nmy bo possible Unit L. B. llnnnii of Fnrgo , N. I ) . , n nephew of Senator Murk Ilniurn , nmy...

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 — 19 December 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; KRIDAY , DEOEMHKR H ) , 11 Yes ! I Have been yonr reliable Jeweler in Norfolk , Nobr. , for 27 years. I huvo Never Failed to give my cobtomors the best value for their money. You are cordially invited to inspect , our largo assort- mout of 'Fino Diamonds , Watches , Olockti , Jewelry , Silverware aud Novolticu. GET MY PRICES , YOU'LL SMILE. . . . G. F. W. MARQUflRDT , JEWELER , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA. The Best Gift of All that makes for life , long happiness. The Elkhorn B. & S. association will make you a loan to build or buy on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. \ PARISH We are showing a very flue line of CHRISTMAS CANDIES Balduffs , Allegretto , Woodward's iu plain aud fancy boxes of all sizes and description. No where else cau you find so complete a line selected with so much care. Also a largo stock of bulk goods mixed candy. School and Sunday School committees are invited to inspect. Holly and Christmas Greens. Leave orders early . . . . . . PARISH ...

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 — 19 December 1902

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JKJEMJM3Il ( 10 , 1902 , ( VI. E. SPAULDINC , DKAI'KU IN FLOUR , - FEED , TELEPHONE NO. fl8 NOW HEADY The Many Adventures of FOXY GRANDPA InrliiiltiiK all tlmmcm tnliiiHl In tholxui Milmnon , oiiUllixl "Ailviniluro * of Foxy Urniiilpn" nml "Kurtlior AihiniUircBOf Koxy draiul * l > n. " Mr. Sclmlt Knl'1 to iimonn ' > nt ImiclilVlint do you llilnk ( if n Merion of comlo ilr iiwhiK * tlmilliiK w It" " ( irnna- fnllinr niul liU two KrniiilmiiiRT ' "Lot ( lie Krntidfnllmr Ixi Din olovor ono of Ihn trio. In uiont of tlifl ollinr onnoi llio JOUIIB folk Imvo boon immrlor limn Uio oltl tinopln IHMIIIlinni tlioy | im > oil tlinlrjokoN. Idil'y rovorun It. " 11m unit inornliiR Im citron to my of- lion \\llli nkoleliim for linlf n ( loum W riarloo , niul wltli tlio ti mo"Koxy drnml- im" In liln lioiul. . , . , , . Tlio micoi-Kn of tlio. lorlon In tlio Now York HoraMM H ItmliiiiUlinoui , for wlmlmmiot Imnrdof " 1'oxy Unuiilim itml "Hiiimyl" , , , , . Tli Jo...

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 — 26 December 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART ONE , KOKFOL.K , NtilMASKA , FRIDAY , DKCKMIU'IU ' ! > ( ' > , W02. PAGES 1 TO 8 E. A. Lawrence Pardoned by Governor Savage. WELCOME CHRISTMAS PRESENT Little Daisy Writes a Letter Which Touches the Governor's Heart and Ho Decides to Release Her Father , Rejoicing in a Norfolk Home. From Saturday's Dally : There Is rejoicing in the family of E. "W. Laworanco of this olty today , over the fact that Governor Savage yesterday issued a pardon to Lawrence , who is serving a three years' sentence in the penitentiary. When visited by R re- .porter for THE NK\VS this afternoon , at 'thoirhomo on South Fifth street , the .members of the family had soon a state ment of the pardon in this morning's Omaha Bee. They were overjoyed at the good news , and between smiles ixnd tears they expressed their gratitude to the governor. It seems that the pardon cnmo as a Christmas present to little Daisy , the youngest daughter , aged 10 years , who1 wrote the go...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 26 December 1902

I T1IK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER HO , 1902. j No Response from Powers Re ceived as Yet , MONROE DOCTRINE IN DANGER. Come Members of Cabinet Object to Hag"8 Court Arbitrating Venezuelan Affair President Would Appoint A Commlalon to Handle Case. Wnshlnjton , l ) c. 24. Great Brit- mln'B rospoiiHo to the nroHlilenl'n mic- coat Ion thut ( bo qucHtloiiu Involved In tht Venezuelan troulilun bo reform ! to Th HUKUC trlbtinul for arbitration Is expect ml toduy. The tlolny In nn- nweilng the reply In no doubt owliiR to KR reduction to elphur. The ndniln- iKtr.'itlon Is uukluiiH that the whole ninltor of the hettleiurnt of the quon- tlou Hhull eo to The llftKiio tribunal In proforenett to the pnuldunt , acting in the capacity of nrbllrntor. It Is umlarntootl thnt the prptildcnt'n plnn , If ho dotoruilnon to arbitrate , ronti'iiiplutos the nppolntmnnt of n lumrd of nrbltrutofH. Ho would not rontUlo thin Importnnt undertaking to any 0110 man nor doim ho fool nblo him- nclf to npnro tbo v...

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 — 26 December 1902

THE NOllFOLIC NEWS : FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2(5,1902 ( , Take off your Hat to an Old Friend ! MEXICAN MUSTANG i LINIMENT. Its Year of Jubilee has come. Sixty years of faithful service to Man and Beast entitles it teA A GRAND DIAMOND JUBILEE. and the grateful respect of the millions who have found freedom from pain through its curative powers. Your sires and grand sires used Mexican Mustang Liniment because it healed their hurts and cured the ills of their domestic animals. _ > . What Mexican Mustang Liniment did for mankind and brute kind 60 years ago it does to-day. It has always cured and always will cure any and everything that a good , honest liniment can cure. It Soaks Right Down Through The Muscles. It goes quickly to the very core of the cause and stops the most deep-set , excruciating pains almost instantly. flexican Mustang Liniment has stood the test of years. People have unbounded faith in it all these years because it never disappoints. The One Certain Cure for Hurts and Ac...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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