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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 20 February 1903

8 T11K NORFOLK NEWS ; FHIDAY , FEBitUAllY 20 , 1003 OOD SCOTCH 1 SNUFF Dy John Cnxton : , 1N3. by tha 8. H. McClure Company The year was n decade after the close of the Revolutionary war , niut tli good ship Nancy JOIICH of Providence was lying in the port of Llvorpe > ol. While the AiHorloan cnlonlcn hml been fiuccoF.Hful In winning their Indcpcnd- once , Knglnud Hill ) dominated the high HOUR. Being contliniully In need of men to mint her ships , she passed mi net giving her niivnl olllrera authority to board the vessels of tiny other niitlon nwl Henrch foriind remove British Hiili- Jects. Searching for British subjects , however , was generally tin OJCCUHO to force American KallorH to llulil for the mother country. For yearH no Ameri can craft hulled the seas without fear of British men-of-war , and intiny of them were overhauled two or three times a year , Cnptaln Israel Jones was owner and commando- the craft named after hlH wife. lie wax a good mil lor , hut easy going. Whe...

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 — 20 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PAET TWO. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , KIWRUARY 20 , WON , PAGES 0 TO 12 'Express ' Train Crashes Into i School Children at Newark. i V 'TROLLEY CAR SLIDES ON RAILS Motor-man Cannot Stop It and Eight of the Occupants Are Killed , While n Score or More Are Injured , Four . ' of Them Fatally. Newark , N. J. , Feb. 20. A fast ox- : i > roBS on the Lackawauna railway cut through n trolley car crowded with school children at the Clifton avenue $1\ -crossing yesterday. Eight of the chil dren were killed and a score or more of them Injured. The motorman of the car , who stuck to his post , will die , .nnd the engineer of the express was so badly hurt that thcro Is little hope of his recovery. Both the express and the trolley were on steep grades , going at right angles. The express was signalled .nnd the crossing gates were lowered while the trolley car was yet halfway down the hill. The motorman Imme- -dlately put off the power and applied the brakes , ...

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 — 20 February 1903

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 20 , TWELVE HUNDRED PAIR ' W WVVWWVWWWVWwwwwwwwvwv wr wwwT-WT rwwwwwwww w * * * . SAMPLE SHOE SALE Our buyer has bought from the well known and reliable shoe factory of Foot , Schulze & Co. , of St. Paul , Minn. , 1200 pair of their choicest SAMPLE SHOES , in MEN'S , BOYS' , WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SIZES WELTS , TURNS AND M'KAYS. SHTWRDMY , F = EBRUHRY It is not necessary Cor us to toll you ubonb the value of those shoos. They are sampjos carried by salesmen on the road. Wo bought thorn at a big discount , and < > I EXPECT TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMEHS THE BENEFIT. The owners of this store are experienced shoe men and are connected with the wholesale shoe business. They know . the kind of shoos to buy to please yon. If you have over bought a shoo from us and did not get value received , bring it back and get your money. We Guarantee Our Shoes to Give You Good Service. We Want Your Trade. Wo assure you good honorable treatment , and ...

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 — 20 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : MUDAY , FEIUlUAltY 20 , 11HKI , n JF FOR READING , writing and sowing , glasses are abso lutely uocossnry in some cases. With out those aids to the sight the work must bo neglected or tno eyes ruined. Permit us to ascertain what is re quired to restore the sight to normal - ' condition. DR. MARQUARDT , Ophthalmologist , WORTH ITS WEIGHT I HOLD The Elkhorn B , & S. nssocia ion will moke you n loan to build or buy on fa- yorable terms. T. E. ODIOBNE , Secretary. A PARISH { ! lr , ' THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH Carr/rtftfT ORDINARY SHOES WON'T FIT all feet. When you want to buy a pair of shoes that will give yon both comfort and satisfaction in the wearing there is only ono place in town where you can procure them , and that is at STAPENnORST & . CO.'S. We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Store Fhe Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 80 Minimum temperature 8 Avera...

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 — 20 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; gRIDAY.TflmiUARY 20 , 1903 , W. II , nOOUOLX , rr * IJont , , AUCK. UK Vlt , Vlea I'mlilout , 1C. W.r/nti..CMhlor NORFOLK NATIONAL BANK ThB Oldest Established Oank In NorlheaslSNebraska , ' ! Capital. $ ROOOOO.OO Surplus , $20,000.00 Does a General Banking Business , Buys at'.rt Soils Kxohaupro. Interest ( 'aid on Tiiun Deposit * . Drafts and Money Ordurn Sold on nu > Point in Kuropej ! A'General Steamship und Korolgn I'aRsngo Business TraiiBaotod. A. BKAH , F. P. HANLON , F. , T. IIALH , W. H. BUOHOI// , WM. HUT/ , N. A. HAINBOLT , S. S. COTTON. Get What You Ask for at 0 UHLE'S GROCERY. ALL ORDERS are filled promptly and with care. Our goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular Wo know precisely what is wanted by our custom 1 ers. , , r I , We aim to Give you the Best Value for Your Money. South side Main St. , between 2d nnd 3d. Telephone 41. o o C. W. 6RAASCH ! Swootwator Rock Spring. Soranton Hard Goal. THONE 01. M. E.'tSPAULD NC , DKALKH IN TELEPHONE : : NO...

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 — 27 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL PART ONE , NOHFOLTC , NEBRASKA , Kill DAY , KIWHUAUY 27 , 10UH. PAGES 1 TO 8 "Harry Thompson Failed to Clear With a Pants Pattern , CLERKS TOO MANY FOR HIM. Acquired a-Reputation as a Spender In Norfolk dust Before Christmas. Will Now Languish In dall for Two Months , [ From Saturday's Dally.J Harry Thompson , the WOMK > created quite a sensation by t ° 6 into Norfolk shortly bofnro Ohr. H with a roll of .tnonoy about as big as fo. leg mid reputc'I * .to coutniu BomothL like $1,400 which he was intent on spending in the shortest possible time , is again brough to public notice in quite : a different light. And it is believed thrt his moteorio career in Norfolk is now about to close. This morning ho wont into the store of J. W. Humphrey ostensibly to look at some coats and vests , but his real in tention was petit larceny , as it afterward - ward proved. There were present in the store at the time W. S. Tapper , Mr. Maloney the cutter , and P. p. Hi...

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 — 27 February 1903

Til RJWK FOLK MttVS- 1U1HV , KKBIU'AIIY 27 , JOO \ Most Destructive Conflagration In History of City. BUSINESS PORTION BURNING. Flames arc Beyond Control and Situation Serious. MANY BUILDINGS DESTROYED. Plko Thontro , Railroad and Express Offices Already Gone and Business Houses Following as Rapidly as Flames can TakoTltom. Cincinnati , Fob. 20 , 1:00 : p. in. Special : Thin oily Is cxporiiincliiK tlio most ( lotitructho fire over ) ( iio\vn liuro. Fnutied by n \\\K\I \ \ \ \ wind the flro liivs bcoii KWi'opltiK through ( ho business district during the past ulRht bourn und there in llttlo pro-spool of KUttiiiK 1' ' under control - trol until the itninudlutu fuel for the ilnjni'fl IB nil consumed. His uhtimntod thixt thn ( limncliU Iok8 to the city IIIIH ixlroiuly tixoKudod llirco inllHon dolhuH in property dcBtroyml. The Jlro hits thus fur bmni confliMid to the bufcinowt district but la nprondliiK rapiilly with Urn prospect Mint iv lur o number of roM- iduncort will yet K < >...

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 — 27 February 1903

TUU NORFOLK NFAVS : FRIDAY , KK1WUARY 27 , 1003 , 3 The Only Liniment That Has Held The farmers' Faith For Two Generations , BECAUSE IT HAS CURED ; ' EVERY HURT OF HAN OR BEAST THAT CAN BE CURED BY A GOOD , HONEST , PENETRATING LINIMENT. IE Most Violent Eruption That Has Occurred in Years. BURNING HILL VOMITS STONE. polima Spouts Forth Flames and ? r Large Sized Rocks , Followed by Showers of Ashes Severe Earth quake Shock at Tuxpam. Mexico City , Feb. 25. At 5:15 : yes- tcrday afternoon the most violent eruption of Collma volcano which has occurred In years took place. At 2:2G : p. m. there was a severe earthquake shock at Tuxpam and a heavy pall of smoke hangs over the entire vicinity. Both dutiful Qusman and Tuxpam are near the volcano. There was also a violent erup tion of Collma last Saturday. This volcano has been In eruption fre quently during recent years. The eruption of Saturday afternoon was violent and startling and much alarm was felt by these In the vicinity. At first ...

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 — 27 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 27 , 1003 With the last week of thin month the pcoplo are entitled to expect Komethttig entirely dllToront from the next , It might bo supposed tlmt Fomo of the talk going on over the telephone wires on n morning like thin would nt least jogglu the frost IOOHP , hut It doesn't. Editor D. II. Oronlu of the O'Noill Frontier has boon rcnppolntod postmaster of his town. It ia n triumph of odltorinl right that will bo acknowledged with plcnnuro by the ether newspaper mcu of the Htnto. Mrs. Barnh K , Watklns , wlfo of Ed. Wntklnn , publisher of the IlastliiRn Ho * publican , died on the 10th. Mr. Wat- kina has the Hympnthy ot the nttvto newspaper fraternity in his bereavement - mont , It IH reported from Vienna that they Imve n patient in the hospital at Tomsk , Siberia , who is 200 yearn of n o. They must have better liara over there than there nro in this country or olao this is n romnrkablo life , to which the ordi nary ooutonarian IB n more infant....

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 — 27 February 1903

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FKKRUAHY ,27 1003 Frightful Head-On Collision or , the Big Four. BURNED TO DEATH IN THEIR CAR Both Engines Demolished and Debrli Catches Fire Passenger Train on 'Frisco Jumps the Track and Can Are Splintered. Cleveland , Fob. 24. In a head-on collision lust night between a west bound passenger train and an eastbound - bound freight on the Dig Four n mile cast of Boca , four clerks wcie burned to death In their car. The dead : W. II. Rockwell , E. W , Krelsmann , T. W. Smiley , L. M. Wai worth , all of Cleveland. Engineers John Ferguson and Will Jam Fish and Express Messenger Joe Coulter were seriously Injured. The two firemen are also hurt. No passengers gers are reported Injured beyond n shaking up. The trains met about half a mile east of the street railway tunnel and were running at full speed. Both en glnes were demolished and the track was heaped with debris. The passcn < ger train left Cleveland at 9:30 : o'clock. Shortly after the collision the ...

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 — 27 February 1903

0 TJII3 NORFOLK NliWS : FRIDAY , FKHllirAIlY 27 , 190'J , IUPAV ill TING8. VS * l.iti.n , M 1'iltfMJVIVH n visitor In N .rf .rfMi' Mi' s' ! i UK I'l tl ' ' ' 'V ' 15. C i ' " > ill No * i I ' ' i ' Mm. i V 1. t 1' rep Hllllp' ' ( it ' i ' 1 til's ' III Prof. \ \ .1 : ' " ! ' > \M > nt4o Golwmbus InHtnlR..1 . < ' ,01- i nh fri d . II. n. IluxinAH * over from ths enmity * ' , \t j HK > ilny on hnlui ( H. Mr. and Mrs P. II. Slonn of Plfro * wore lit the city from Plurce thin morn- ing. ing.Wm. . H. Snuudori , ( ho * Hullo Mill" niorcluutt , was n Noifolk vi llor over night. Mw. K. 0. Mount , returned Init night from DiMiinon , lowix whore hho has loon HpondiiiK the wock. 0 S. Smith , the Mndinon ra l estate innn , wns looking after biislht'fifl intoi- oslH in Norfolk yesterday. MlRsL"iia Wol el loft this morning for D s M'llmiH , Iowa , to outer a whole- enlo mlllliuu-y house to learn tiimmlug. i- * _ r * 1 UTitl Kkk * , ! < > ! i > < 1 litkif- titfttit from ...

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 — 27 February 1903

TITK XOUI'OLK NKWS : KHI1) ) VY , FKIJUU Ul Y 4J7 , 15)03 ) , Secured Subscriptions to Chicago cage American. SEVERAL VICTIMS NEAR HERE. Offered n Weekly Mngazlno and Waist Pattern Worth 1.00 for SI. Snid to Have Done Big Business at , Meadow Grove. [ From Wednesday's Dally ] There aio u nntnbor of people in the vicinity of Norfolk who will hi'reaftor require quito accurate Information nnd an indisputable olmriictur rocooiincnda- tion before they will again pationtzo iiowBinper solicitors or trust thorn with payments. , They are at present receiving from the publishers of the Chicago American notices that a fraud has been perpetrated on thorn by n man giving tno name of Fulton and described us about six feet tall , weight 200 pounds , Honinu face , scar left sldo of tower juw , dark hair mill bine eyes. Tlio notice conies too Into to do the victims in tliis vicinity nny good , as the frauanl.int canvuMur called on them during .Inmwrv , collected his money nnd has now gone to gicunor...

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 — 27 February 1903

8 TliJB NORFOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , FEBRUARY 27 , 1003 I A MUTINY By C. U , Lewis v > K fiM , JMJ , lilt Tim brig Mary Ann Joiiew luul been Bailing between 1'rovUlcncc nnil the TVost Indies for n good ninny yearn Avlien Captain Jonen illod. Ills wife , n ft or whom the brig wan named , luul nlways nulled with him , and ulio could take n trlok at the wheel , work out an observation or take charge of the craft IIH well n M n Itt-Ht mate , .Teil ParsotiN had been Captain Jones' flrht mate for live years , and when death overlook the shipmaster Jed naturally exported that the widow would settle down ashore and Hk him to go no caiitaln. In thin ho wan sadly disappointed. "I don't t-aro to stop ashore , " ex- plnlned Ilic widow , "and thero'H no roa > MID why I shouldn't go nn captain of the Mary Ana. " "Nobody over heard of a woman be ing captain i f a whip , " replied .led , "It nppear.s nu'ln natur' . It'a llko a man tryln' to mv carpet rags and tnako numpl.ln pliV "Don't you worry a...

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 — 27 February 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NOllb'OLlC , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FH1MUARY 27 , 11)03 ) , PAGES 9 TO 12 'Port is Fire-Swept and Ship ping Burns. LOSS OL LIFE.PROBABLY LARGE Port au Paix Wiped Out by Flames. Burbanks Building at Lowell De stroyed Famous Writer Loses Her Life in the Fire. Oapo Haytion , Hulti , Fob. 27. Special : Port nu Palx , the most northerly shipping port of importauoo iu Haiti , a town of 10,000 inhabitants , has boon completely destroyed by fire. Not only wore all the buildings burned , but many ships in the harbor caught fire and were destroyed , together with their cargoes , entailing serious loss. Details of the catastrophe are raoagro , and it is not known how great the loss of life was. 'Famous Writer Burns to Death. Lowell , Mass. , Feb. 27. The Bur- banks building was destroyed by fire at nn early hour this morning. Sarah Kittredge , the famous writer , was In the building at the time , and was burned to death. A number of other persons were m...

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 — 27 February 1903

10 TFIK NORFOLK XKWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 27 , 1003. W. N. UUBB. PubllBhr. DAII.V , IKtUblUliml , 1M1 , wi tUy tieetti Bnmlny. I ) ; enrrlflr v r w k , IB etnli , T mall par your , W.OO. , WKKHLY NKWH-JOUHNAI. . Tb N wiMUDlltliml , 1881 , . Th Jonrnal , BitahllMKHl 1871 Ktiry Friday. Hy mull per your , 11.60 , Rntird at the PoitoUloe At Norfolk , Nab , , ni mailer. ftliphonMl Kdltorlal Department , No. M | HnMnoM Olllo * and Job Roomi. No. 1123. \Vhon in doubt , at nud tip for Nobrnu- kinurt buy n farm , When It conioa to n thorough corner ing of nil the Rot-rloh qulck people , John D. Rockefeller nnd J , Plorpont Morgan will certainly not oscnpo. The proas north of the Pint to IN uimnimourt in domnndlng that the Norfolk nnylnm nhnll bo robullt. It looks ns thoagh n lover ns otroiiR us tlmt ought to bo BUflloiont to pry up the necessary npproprlntlou for the work , Orolghtou Uourlor. _ It IB now nnnounood that an Ameri can doctor 1ms ( Uncovered n nncconnful tronttnout of leprosy. Il...

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 — 27 February 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWJS : 11U1UY , FtflMUAKY 27 , 1.MW , FOR READING , writing nuil sowing , fusses Uro abso lutely nocossniy In fomo cases. 'With out those aids to the sight the work must bo neglected or tno eyes ruined. Permit us to ascertain what in re quired to restore the sight to normal condition. condition.MARQUAEDT , Ophthalmologist. WORTH ITS WEIGHT IH GOLD The Elkhorn B & S. nssocin ion will make you a loau to build or buy 011 fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. THE RELIABLE GROCER f'V I ORDINARY SHOES WON'T FIT all feet. When you want to .buy a pair of shoes that will give yon , both comfort and satisfaction in the wearing there is only one place in town where you can procure them , and that is at STAPENriORST & CO.'S. Wo Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Store The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. in. to day : Maximum temperature. . . . . . SO Minimum tempuraturu 30 . . 1. * * - ' ' * ' f Avera...

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 — 27 February 1903

V2 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , 1'EBRUAllY 27 , A UCTIO N ! . 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ii Positively Retiring from the Jewelry Business , to devote his entire attention to the Optical Business , C. F. W. MARQUARDT Will offer at Auction his entire line of I Fine Watches , Jewelry , Rogers Silverware , Clocks Sterling Silver Novelties , commencing j Saturday , February 28 , at 2:30 : p. m. , and to continue each day at 2:00 : and 7:30 : p. m. , until the entire stock is sold. I Eight Valuable Presents Given Away at Each Sale. Chairs will be provided for the ladies , who are espec | ially invited. invited.C. . F. W. MARQUARDT , Jeweler. ! SINCLAIR & GABRIEL , Auctioneers. JLIABLE TO EXPLODE. HARMLESS HOUSEHOLD GOODS THAT ARE REALLY DANGEROUS. Ctifrar mill Chlnrnte of I'otnnh In n AVli'Ufd L'o in 111 nut Ion , itiul Flour lluvt niul Dry Air It I'ranivlit AVtth r OililltlcM oC GnnooUoii. At the promises of an English com pany theru occurred some time ago a disastrous lire w...

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 — 6 March 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAI. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NKB11ASKA , FRIDAY , MAIU'II ' 0 , IJKM. PAGES 1 TO 8 y February Retires With Stormy Etrenuosity. 'TRAINS ARE INTERFERED WITH Storm Was General Throughout the State Temperature is Subjected to Violent Change and Snow Is Drifted. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] February has cortoiuly done u liberal share toward redeeming the record of the passing winter us n breeder of blustering blizzards. The early part of the winter passed without any thing that was distinctly entitled to bo character ized as n blizzard. January showed no inclination to change the record , but February , from first to last , has been nil that could be aokod for in that par ticular , and not of the least has been the blizzard that swooped down upon the country last evening and has clutched it in icy thraldom since. When Boreas first spoke yesterday afternoon he did it gently , almost caress ingly .but dnringthonightho lashed him self into a raging fury that shook buil...

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 — 6 March 1903

I TH13NORFOJJC N7WS : FRIDAY , MAKOE 6 , JMM. Proposition to Make n Penalty for Treating , A LITTLE HARD ON BOOZERS , Saundcrs Introduce * a bill to Orungo Railroad Aiseismant Memmlnger Proposes Three Amendment * to the Constitution. Lincoln , March 6. Special to The News : Only ono raoro day after today remains in which bllla may bo in- trodnccd itt this ecmtlon of the l ( > gln- lutnro , nntl the couicqaoaoo In thai thoru has boon n perfect nralanoho of pot measures introduced during the pant low 'lays , which vrlll continue until to * morrow night. Amonff the rnoro lm portnnt bills yesterday WBB ono to nmontl the Slooutnb law , providing fern n $25 duo or 1)0 ) dnyn in jail for treating to n drink of llqnor , one asking eon- gross to give the intoretaio commerce commission greater poworn to prevent railroad consolidation totalling in op * proRslou to the people of the wont , and ouo providing for n state arohitootnrnl bureau. McmtnlnKcr of Mndleon Introduced in the lionso Uiro...

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 — 6 March 1903

T1IM NORFOLK NEWS : V1111)AY , MARCH 0,1903 , It sinks into the skin Mexican and is absorbed by the muscles like rain falling upon the thirsty earth , It goes right down to the most intense pain and stops it. . . X-XX-XXXXXX XX X/X--X X-X X X X < V'X-'VX'X'V ' FOR MAN OR AST. k/VX/V X X-X X X X-X X X X X VVV X X'X X'X X X'X X X \ X'X XX X X-X X X 1 i'X X-X-X-X-X XX X X It will cure anything that any good liniment is designed to cure. l > iniment Keep it handy in case you or your dumb animals get hurt. CURES Rheumatism , Lumbago , Sprains , Burns , Bruises and all hurts. Judge Adams Issues Restrain ing Order Against Trainmen. PROHIBITS ADVISE TO QUIT. President Ramsey of the Wabash Goes Into Court for Relief Before I Answering the Men Unions Decldo i to Obey Order. i St. Louis March 4. An injunction granted by Judge Adams of the Unit ed States district court prevented the culmination yesterday of the threat ened strike of the 1,100 firemen and trainmen of the Wabash railroad fo...

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