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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 February 1901

L 1TF I 5 u -it 5 - r ThcrioolHis Tho annual meeting of tlio Nebraska Hoot Sugnr iissoeiutlou is to bo hold in Omaha mi tho 5th Mrs Nntlon lins received mi nlTor of 75 per wock to go on tlio Hiiro Sho Huiowb how to not all right with n hatchet na tlio principal property Wo oplno t lint Mrs Nations real nnino Is Holm Nation nnd thut tho Jolutlsts in Kimkiih lmvo agreed thut Iior middle iinmu begins with n IX World Herald Tho prohibitionists nro tho first to pull themselves together nml plan for tho coming cnnipulgn Tho stnto executive committee of tho pnrty was called to moot ut hcndquni tors in Lincoln Jiinu ary ll to orgnnizo nnd propnro for tho campaign Tho peoplo incarcerated In tlio IIiiBt ings insane asylum must belong to thnt class who will not hoed tho level headed ndvico Dont tear your shirt It 1h Rnid thnt X0 shirts woro purchased for thnt institution hot ween August and JXwombor HUH It is nn on wool whon neighboring cxchnngos do not chronlclo from two to a dozun transfers ...

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 — 8 February 1901

leiiura ZEBS WIFE KNEW THAT SOMETHING WOULD HAPPEN Tlir Piinnnm Hunter TpIIn Himt Hi fnim tii llni u IUolv lli ar Ior n Ilpilfpltmv ntnt tin- Itcmilt It 1 1 ml I mi OrtAln Opinion of It In ICopyrlKht HOO by C II Lewi One ninwnln nt the breakfast ta ble pnld tin- old possum hunter ns I asked li 1 111 for n yarn mo mi the old woman got Into u Jnw bout coons I held to It that all coons otter hev bin Initialled an she contended that the Lawd tniule em as he wanted em an did n good job We wasnt mini at fust but the mo we talked the meaner we felt an bluieby we got downright ugly It was Sunday mil wtiln an we was goln off to iireaehln that day but when I cot my mad up 1 said As long as Im fur bobtalled coons nn the Iawd didnt make em that way It aint no use fur me to hear preachln Ill stay home an ye kin go alone I reckoned that would cool her oft a bit but It didnt She chawed away nt her bacon fur awhile an then said Zeb While thars bound to be a calamity nround this cabin Cant no body l...

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 — 8 February 1901

a in r V I h j W V i ia s Public Will Be Allowed to Wit ness Queens Burial ALL PERMITTED TO VIEW IT XlcflrlniU OrlKlnnl Oritur Tlmt riiulnr Jin ICiliiilril Ciillii tu Itn CiiiimjimI lit Yriigniorn on duo iirrlniniiiniuiniy Orion Thin Afliriioiiii London Feb I -The body of Queen Victoria has been protected by guards men In the Albert Memorial chapel at Windsor since It was deposited there The olllcluls of the royal household at Windsor castle visited the chnpul yes terday iih well as a number of friends and udmlrcd thu groat display of wreaths The Interment nt FroKinore today trenniller I minis the regimental baud nccouipanylng the escort to the mint eoleum The ceremony there will be by the kings special command public Instead or private as originally In tended The archbishop of York the bishop of Winchester and the dean of Winchester will olllclnte The choir or St Oorgcs Chapel Uoyal will ren der the music Comment on CMnoni lminnl London Feb I The editorials In the morning papers nr...

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 — 8 February 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS E A Oram is iu Norfolk today from Orolghton A L Burko of Tlldon was a city svis tor yesterday L Oolo of Blootu field wns a city vis itor yostorday M P Kinkaid of ONeill was n city visitor yesterday- 0 P Miohnol mado a busluoss trip to Piorco jestorday J II Hamilton of Sioux City is horo greotlug old time friouds G W West of Cloarwntor had busl uoss in Norfolk yostordiiy John Quick is conlluod to his homo with au attuck of the grip Tay Hamiltou aud D E Pomeroy of Allen were in Norfolk yesterday Miss Maud Wilson of Picreo is visit ing at tho homo of O P Michael J J Goodrich is reported quito ill at his rootiiH in Fergusons restaurant Mrs David Banm entertained tho Kaffeo Klatsch yesterday afternoon Deputy Kovonuo Colleotor Seoloy of Madiso j was a city visitor yesterday Mr and Mrs II II Horbisou were city visitors yesterday from Madison Rogular gospel meeting at tho Y M O L tomorrow afternoon at II oclock The Btato meeting of supervisors and commissioners will bo hel...

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 — 8 February 1901

ni m 4 v I K WEDNESDAY WRINKLES Mrs Hnkor of Genoa is visit iug friends in tho oily Mrs P V Tenl vir n rmM onger for Omnha yesterday Ij VHrntimnl wnn in tho mutropoliH -yesterday from Noligh Dr P II Snltor mndo a professional visit to Ijiutrol yesterday W J JonoB was a olt y visitor yester day from tho connty unit MorriB Moyor ivturnod Inst night from nn extended business trip A hou was ten to Mr mid Mm Henry Rrtuuoh Monday afternoon Mrs M O Walker him gone to Hooh ator Minn with her imronts County Attorney Hurt Mnpes wiib n poBSougor for MuiUboii this morning II L TohiiBon and Prank MittolHtadt of Stanton woro Norfolk viRltorB -Men day Doputy Hovonno Collector Carl T Heeloyvwas in tho city from MadiHon to day MoBsrB V M Robert boii and M D Tylor were pnssongers for Lincoln to day OUoZnolow and niece Miss Agnes ynolow were passougers today for Omaha Editor V K Powers of tho Plerco loader had business in tho city this morning V JR Hoffman oxpoctB to leavo in a fow dnysfor Chicngoto p...

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 — 8 February 1901

V Childrens Eyes aro often defective anil they linvo head aches and other uorvo ills whloh medi cines do not reach and they hato tho eohool room an tho dovll in said to hato holy water llavo thuir oyoH corrected and they will not only lovo tho school but will learn faster Old folks are often affected tho samo way but it shows up in tho form of los of memory irritability chronic head nohes and other nerve distil buncos and Borne times in general cusseduoss Come to mo and huvo your eyes ox- ainincd 1 will tell you why these things occur G p 01 PRQUAHDT Dp of Ophthalmology NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main St Yards Bast U P Depot Phone 35 One of our patriotic farmers who has been building up foreign industry by Bouding to Montgomery Ward Co for his supplies called atJohnsous Furni ture store rec ntly to price some goodp Nothing could be shown him but what would bring tho remark I oan do better Finally Mr Johnson produced Montgomery Wards catalogue to show the cust...

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 — 8 February 1901

V II ft V M fi i W 12 kxxxxxxtxcxxxxx2cxxxxxjcx X criArrnn xiu Hardly was tin lust of uh fired from the oar HlinriihH when with a nlmtit tliloli lose IiIkIi nltovo the din of tlio winds and waves we timlunl from lie low anil crowded a nuked mob on to thi poop Tlicio wuh a hilyf turmoil of blows and blasphemy weapons woro Mintoheil by the wcnponlenH some of the Spanish olllcers wont overheard and tlu rest wore Jailed In the conch Now for the common Holdleral In a hotly wo rushed forward Into tlii thick of thum and ono or two wero knocked Into another world heforo our lads could stop their rush Surrender shouted Alec loud nbove the tumult Not n man of us heeded or Maid hln stroke A dozen morn Spaniards foil ltko polcaxcd hullockH Surrender and you shnll havo quar tori cried ho captain again The SpnnlarilR such of them na hail bad time to seize urniH dropped Iholr weapons lit tho word and Hcurrlod bo low out of harms way Our men let them run nay oven hurried thoni with tho flat of a Bw...

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 — 15 February 1901

V It fe Kl INS HI Edward VII the Central Figure In Stately Ceremony SCENE IN HOUSE OF LORDS lo J BpvIthI of Anclpnt Ceremontcfl PrronU A Moit Hrllllnnt Frnui tlin Tlirouelloiies to lintl the Hour War Soon London leb IB The opening of tho first iMilhuutHit of the new reign wit nessed the usunl competition on tho part of the members of tho lioiiho of commons to secure scuts Despite tho Arctic wenther thu members stole up to tho doors of parllumiMil house shortly after midnight At day break a score of members had assem bled and after that the arrivals were in rapid succession At 1030 a do luchnient of Yeomanry of thu guard from tho tower In their quaint uni cornis and currying halberds arrived und conducted thu customary searcn of the vaults for imaginary conspir ators with the usual result Shortly afterward troops inarched up and lined the entire route Tralllc was Btopped and tho crowds were driven behind the linos of soldiers and police The first purllnincnt of the reign of King Edwa...

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 — 15 February 1901

rhe Norfolk euus W tt UU8B rubllrtjor i DAILY KMftbllMiml 1KH7 rRtnri ilitT ntxntti HntulnT Itfrnrrtnr unr look 1 cont lljr tnnll cr ycur fitVO WKKKIV NiVS IOUNAl ft Newt otnlillMiiHl ISM Tlio loirnMTMflHHicl mi Krery Frlilnjr lljr mull per yrnr IM ntorod nt tlin rotliilllcn t Norfolk tyeb n mtd clftta mnttnr Tolojilione No 82 fonug uinn como went Nebraska in Iho legislators aro Homowlint mount lis Why dont thoy xprini u scuba- by electing pomo RoiiiiUirs Ity politics aro about to warm up democrats nro nlrondy In tho Hold a call and tho republicans nro mov ports of fronlc election bets have at ooaRod to como in An oxchuugo thnt a domoornt in Kentucky but ifo ugaiuRt a farm ttmt Dry nn Ibo oloctod Tho republican wou tor liviug with tho rcmilt of bin n wook in offering to wogor tho against n Durlow knifo that tho ls in tho north kary Utt of tho Oniahn coinmur lb is preparing n memorial to tho id Bonnto to bo by thorn ndoptcd rardod to congress in tho rigatlou Tlio proposition is of Me...

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 — 15 February 1901

d I Ml Ml Prominent Nebraskan Suddenly Passes From Life SKETCH OF HIS CAREER Famed a Polltlrlnn anil LcRlRlatnr With the IoruI Profr Mlon 1 1 In Original Clinle Cant Vol i Which Hlnrtod Nutiratkn on tlio Way to Statehood Fioinotit Neb Feb 12 ludRe Sam uel Maxwell tiled suddenly yesterday morning lit his lionie north of Pre moiit lie got up feeling as well as usual and nle breakfast with IiIh fam ily Inimedlntely lifter ho complained of jmlii In his chest and a physician wus at once stiinmoned Before he arrived the Judge was dead Practically ever idnce coining to Ne braska In 1855 he has been a promin ent figure In the politics and alTalr of the territory and Mate He was member of the legislature which voted on the question of statehood to which there was considerable opposi tion In order to defeat It a motion was made to adjourn the senate sine die It was Maxwells vote which defeated the motion and started Ne braska on the way to statehood Sketch of III Career I JurtKO Maxwell whs b...

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 — 15 February 1901

Ef i4 t rm 1 II I B n iv r t wm I I J A i h aarauLp PASSES ARMY BILL Last But One of Appropriation Bills Taken Up VOTES TO EXPUNGE LETTER Annnjmoti Coiuiitttulcntlnn Iterteetlnff Upon Ierry H Ilrntli NtrltiUen From tho Jlrconl KnlMT Itn Anotluir Innlng A rlenlturat Approprlntlon Mill In Hmiate Washington lVb In tlio Hoiinte Air Spoonor oITitim the fol fostenluy owing amendment to tho army appro priation bills Thnt nil tuttltnrT civil mul Jmllrlnl pnw M IKMCHHIIIT III KDMIII till- tlllllpilllll 11- tiuli xlinll until otlicrwlnu prnvlilMl I it ooiiRn KH be vihIpiI In mieh piimiim mul fclinll tn cxrrdsiil In suclt mntimr mm Dm trpililrnt of the United NlntoH kIiiiII direct fr tlio ontiibtlHhliiiiil f civil mivcrnmpiit ml for mnliitnliilnp nnd protiollin tlio liilmhttmit of snlil IhIhiiiIh In tlio free enjoy tiiciit of tliolr lllirrljr pronilr nml rcllKtoii provided Hint nil frnnrlilnoii hiiuiIimI umlor tlio nutliorlty lioro when nIimII contain it rcncnntlmi of tlio tight to niter aicml...

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 — 15 February 1901

Ctm - 4v4cfKt L i A it 4ulljXJfcM4Jl i 1 i kt trfttt a a k a a W4WWJ4ffl7W 1 THE PSYCHOLOGY I OF COURTSHIP Hi S A St Valentines Day Story oopvrtant r 1810 btf Arthur J r By Arthur I Strinqcr I tetttjw Professor Edward Wlslngton lectur er ou practical psychology at the Uni versity of Elsewhere wns In n grcnt dllcnuun The more he thought over It the greater that dilemma grew So it ended of course In his doing what ho always did In such cases going and asking his sister Frances about It Frances or Frank as he always call ed her was such a wise little woman that Is In most things She was al ways disarranging his apparatus ami mixing up his papers and she had Borne mad Idea that a study table ought to be cleaned up at least once a week and she was a little frivolous too and said Hudsons law of psychic phenomena wns bosh But then said the young professor with a sigh girls would be girls But he always called her his right liand man This was quite right for Frances hnd found she had to watc...

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 — 15 February 1901

9- S 3 TheotrfolklStscas A Bonatorlnl toga would bo nil accept able vnlontitio to almost any of tho as pirants before tlio legislature If tho twontliitli century produces ninny characters similar to Mrs Currlo Nntion thorn will bo many pcoplo who will long for tlio iiood old times or tho nineteenth Tho World Huruld thinks tho imrni lining or tho stnto ponltontlnry nt Lin oolu is something of n joko Those in sldo oniiuot got outside mill those out hldo do not wiint to got Inside Tho eastern man who wIhIioh to tnko ndvnutago of a Nobrnskn spring nnd us Hint in raising n bumper Nobrnskn crop Hhould ho gutting on tho ground at once Tho fnrinorri will noon bo putting hi their wheat Now 1h tho tlino to Ininil grato Another qnoon Ih reported to bo dying Queen Sophlo of Norway and Sweden in Bald to be on her death bud from In flnnimntiou of tho throat and influenza Uuropcnn nobility seems to bo no more Hoonro from visits of tho unwelcome guost than tho uncrowned kings and iliieeiiBf America...

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 — 15 February 1901

i J I till till1 I PAN AMERICAN WILL USHER IN A NEW AND GREAT FRA I liorr VI11 lie the Ilrat Impnrtnnt llilillo Kiinl of Hie TtTrntlrtli Inry IniKrrmi In the Wrntrrii i lloinlnplicrc Dnrlnw Century to lie Uluntrntcd The achievements of tlic pnst century linve boon magnificent Thi itinrcli of progress lins boon swift nml the tri umphs of civilization have ticcu innnl fold The ago of enlightenment Is In deed here Mankind tins progressed In the culture of the liner side of exist once nnd hns turned to Its uses the mysterious forces of the elements In a mnnner undreamed of but a few centu ries 11R0 Yet who can foretell what the Twen tieth century hns to unfold Who would dare to predict wlint the Achievements of another hundred years mny bo Standing on the threshold of this era wo look Into the past and In the grand picture of progress to lie pre sented in the beautiful buildings nml wvars WBW t the confidence existing In the ability of the management to open the gates on Mny 1 upon n co...

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 — 15 February 1901

1 I II to 8 GOVERNOR INTERFERES Clrtlcrx Dm Shorlfliir Mmlhiin nml lope Countlr to 1ritnttl K Illrn FlKti nt Tllilnu A Lincoln tUspntoh miliar ilixto of tho nth to tho Omaha World llornhl stalls lint Oscar Ourdnor and H Smith both of Oinnhn aro schrtlulctl for n prize fifilit In tho near futuro nooorHug to tha ndviops rcccivod by Clovmuor Dietrich Tim mill Is to bo pulkd oT t or near Tildon a vIHiiko in MmHooii county not fur ftom tlio Autnlopo county lino Tho governor proposes to hoh tho affair mid today untiuYd llio HhorhTor both Antelope and Madison comities that thollKht must not bo permit ted Kuch wan told that ho would bo hold ton strict ncoountiibillty for on forconiont of tho nntlprlo HuhtiuK law and was instructed to call on thoolti fcons for aid If necessary flora Is tho jovornors letter to tho KhorltV of Madison county an exact copy or which was Hont to ShorllV 0 H Van Kirk of Antolopo county Executive Chamber Lincoln Nob l obroary t HUM Goo W Ltwoy Hhnr ii iMadlRon Nob D...

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 — 15 February 1901

IT E v v a X h fc SATURDAY SIFTINGS Miko Moollck of South Norfolk in on tho Bick list W W Unrvoy was in tho oity from Tilden Thursduy J S Hough wns n city visitor yostor day from Iloopor J S MahorlitiR of Ewiug roglstorod in Norfolk yesterday O P Nelmnn of Shreovoport 111 is n Norfolk visitor today P W Melohor was in Norfolkoster day from West Point D P Blodgott of Columbus was a Norfolk visitor Thursday Arnold O Koonig was in tho oity yes torday from Qrnud Islnud Mrs W 13 Powors and son Ohrigof Piorco woro in Norfolk this morning Prof W G HirouB principnl of tho Picrco schools is a Norfolk visitor today O Q Dolen and family departed this noon for thoir now homo in Randolph MiHS Martha Kloutz leavos this noon for Iowa whore flho will outer a whole sale milliuory storo Tho thermometer last night indicated a tomporature 13 Jegroos below zero bo ing by far tho coldest night of tho sea son Mrs Robert Uttor was agreeably sur prised last evouing by receiving an un announced visit from a n...

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 — 15 February 1901

B-a- JO TUESDAY TOPICS J Mmirty of Winsldo wna in tho city ytRtordny Chiw Ulrloh wns i city iitor today from Wurco Put Stnnton of Tiltlon wns n Snndny Norfolk MIbh lliumon of Mndlson is vlfllllng with Norfolk frloniln Ootuitv Attorney Minion hnrt ImnIiiopr 1n Mndlpon ycstonlny John MoNbil l homo from Uloomfluld for n two wcckfi visit Tho county commissioners woro In session yostordny nt Mndlson Mrs L It Prltohnrd of M endow Orovo Is visiting Mrs 1 G Coryell Dr Wilkinson of Otnnhn Is In tho city looking nftor tho needs of nntlimtH Mrs Kretl Snutulora nud Miss Snnndors woro city visitors yesterday from Stan ton 1 A Ileolor has roiio to Now Yoik City to nnrohoao n sprhiR utook of dry goods Mrs 11 13 Warrlok rotnmed last night from n vifilt to her parents at Carroll lown Al KIroIow departed todny for Oali fornln whom lie nmy conolndo to mako ills future homo MlssliillinnLnikart room to Tiltlon -tonight and will spend tho rest of tho week visitiuR f riouds A Bbipmont of wostorn horses ra...

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 — 15 February 1901

T School Childrens Eyes Supply Their TntAllpnt I NORFOLK T0JsSil iUWUWfc Defective eyes stunt the mind Can you expect fair progress in school or success in business if so handicapped Examination of children for glasses is a special feature of our Optical Department G p HJ PRQUflRDT Or of Ophthalmology NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main Sts YanlBj Et U P Depot Phone 35 One of our patriotic formers who has been building up foreign industry by Bending to Montgomery Ward Co for his supplies called at Johnsons Furni ture 6toro recently to price some poods Nothing could be shown him but what would bring the remark I can do better Finally Mr Johnson produced Montgomery Wards catalogue to show the customer his mistake He immed iately became interested and pointed out a Couch Cheffonier Chamber Suit Dining Table Chairs Rockers 8 Iron Beds a set of Dishes U Carpets 2 Lamps and a Sewing Machine all of which the customer and his wife had already selected at home and were about to s...

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 — 15 February 1901

T J 12 ii t i 1 M 2r r3rvavarvararaaar2traarvarvv The waters shallotu said Job ft I t tl T - - - wc aa asnarcT Ing with the ocean they had scrambled to what lUHtluct said was a colgu of nnfety and now clustered a brawny well armed group on the forecastlo head A short cable off from where wo were wedged the laud rose high and dry n small Island so far as wo could make out In the as yet uncertain light The waters shallow said J6h Trc bnllon with his broadest grin Shall wo go ashore captain We can wade most of the wuy Bald I nnd for the rest those who emit Bwhn can raft themselves on planks There arc plenty of tlietn floating about What about sharks observed Alec Oh ho ho chuckled the old man Never fenr the sharks Theyve en Joyed a good meal of fat Spaniard they wont bo hungry for lean Eng lishmen Sec Ill give it lead And Into the water he Hopped and paddled with his arms to the shore The rest of us followed some swim ming some on fragments of wreckage and in a short time all got safel...

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 — 22 February 1901

i fftflnttii Or V v 1 r If T5 The H inn Nellie Bly Express Crashes Into Passenger Train TWENTY FIVE ARE INJURED Cainalty Occurs on ho A in boy Division of the rciitisvHmila Knnil Nenr llorcteti tovn N JInt of the Victims Aro I ltullnus Wreckngo In Finnic Trenton X J Fob 22 Out of tlio Aei worst collisions In the history of the lAmboy division of the Pennsylvania railroad occurred ut about 5110 last evonlng nt Hustings siding near The Nellie lily express from New York for Atlantic City col lided with passenger train No 3o running from Camden to Trenton Thu number of dead so far as known Is ton and the Injured upwards of 25 A speclnl train from the scone of the wreck brought In fotir dead bodies and 18 wounded persons to Trenton Among the killed wns Walter Karl engineer of the express and James Birmingham baggngcmastcr of the local train Most of the killed were Italians Frank Uolund a pnssenger had both legs cut off The doctors say he will die Michael McGrnw fire man of the Nellie Bly...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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