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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 8 May 1903

THE NOttVOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , MAY 8. WK5. 11 Heartily Appreciated. Onr efforts to remove pains caused by eye strain nro over successful. SCIENTIFIC EYE TESTING enables us to find the o.iusn of 85 per cent of so-called sickness. Wo remove the cause and imtaro duoH the rest DR , MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Blkhoru B. & 8. ussocia ion will make you a loan to bnijd or bay on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH A Neatly Turned Ankle requires an equally neat shoe. The Oxford ties offered by the Palace Shoe Store are not ; only exceptionally neat , but also most artistically designed , faultlessly fitting and of extreme dura bility. We Keep Open Evenings until 0:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Store. We give tickets on Ohiokoring Piano. The Weather. Conditions of the weather M recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. in. to day : Maximum temperature 08 Minimum temperature 51 Average 50 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation fo...

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 May 1903

I The Peoples Store in tell ing u line of underwear that is actually worth fiOo n garment , for only 35c All other goods raluood in proportion in order to gain the ountomor'fl con- lldtMico for the future trade. YnurH Truly , a turns DON'T DELAY Having your eyes examined , nnd if nro" ossary got n pulr of properly fitted glasses. SEE K.W.WILLIAMS GRADUATE OPTICIAN , 12 Bishop Block. NP W.H.RISH , Plumbing , Steam and Hot Water Fitting. $ . . . .All Kinds of Pumps. , . . YOUR WORK SOLICITED. 'Phono No. 07. SESSIONS & BELL , Undertakers nnd Embalmers , Sealons Illk. , Norfolk Avouuo , NOKFOLK , NEBRASKA. may bo leased by prlvnto parties at any time for reasonable prices. Ladies wel- co 1110 nt any time. N.E. WILKINSON & . SON. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostcopathic Physician. Disonsoa both ncuto nnd clirnnto eucoot-atully trontotl without \it-o of drugs or knifo. OtUco nt residence , ICO North 10th Struct. 'Phono No. 231. NOKKOLF , Association. 1V1LL BUILD YOU A o N EASY : PAYMENTS. C...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART OjtE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , F1UDAY , MAY 15 , J U8. PAQrES 1 TO 8 Foolish Quarrels arc all Patched and Peace Reigns. SINGULARLY SIMILAR CASES , .An Only Child In Each Homo Caused the Trouble at First , and the Same Only Children Caused the Making Up. ; y [ From Saturday's Dally. ] r Happy endings tuduy murk two ro mantic incidents with tragic teudeucles , which have for the past week threatened the domestic felicity of two Norfolk families. Singularly enough nn only child in each case was the cause of the trouble , in enoh iiistauco the father stole his little ono away and disup- peared , both mothers were determined to got back tlu-ir babies and both couples , at about the same hour yesterday after- uoou , BOW the folly of their misunder standings , found bettor things to think of in life than quarrels , and agreed to live again together , as they liud before , with n little more of tolerance , a little less of suspicion and a truer sort of lov...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'JUDAY , MAY In , 19 < K . Conductor of Burlington Killed , Engineer Fatally Hurt. WERE UNDULY FRIGHTENED. Thought They Would Collide With Freight Trnln nnd Jumped Enrly to Snvo Tholr Llvos Flromnn Stuck to Engine nnd Wns Unhurt. Hurnlmm , Nob. , May M.-Spcolal to The News : Conductor William Hat- ton of Wymoro WIIH killed ami Engineer Urtuulngo fatally injured by Jumping from their train , Burlington No. 00 , near Durnhum last night. The inon Jumped bocnuno tlioy thought tholr train would collldo with a freight nhciul. The pfimuitRor train stopped HX ! foot from the freight nnd Fireman W. 13. Pry no Mopped otT. The nivsflonger train was behind tlmo nnd the freight on schedule. It IH thought thoonglnoor toolc the freight to bo Htnudlng still. Uonudlng ft ourvo ho saw It , shut oil the onglno and np- piled the air. Then ho jumped. The conductor heard the air , looked nhend nud jumped. The llromnu waited and was saved , DOCTORS DISCUSS LORENZ. Congress of Physic...

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 May 1903

THK NOlVFOLK NKWB ; I'lUIMYTMAY ' l"6"lH)8r ; ( ) 3 President Given Hearty Wel come hi Go'den Gate City. REVIEWS BIQ MILITARY PARADE , 'Negro ' Soldiers Hold Position of Honor In Procession Touches Match to Y , M. C. A. Mortgages and Joins With . Assemblage In Singing. Snn Francisco , May 13. Heartier g.-eotlng was never given a president 'of the United States than that offered by the city of Ban Francisco to Theo dora Roosevelt. Through miles and miles of densely packed , cheering , patriotically enthused humanity , the nation's chief passed , bowing his no | . Imowledgment , evidently tired from maintaining an erect position In his carriage , but buoyed up by the im- presslveness of the demonstration. It was a magnificent ovation. In the parade the line was headed "by a troop of colored cavalry , this beIng - Ing the first Instance In the west where negro soldiers hold the position of honor in a public procession. Fol lowing the president came United States troops from the local p...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 15 , 1003 , It has boon a Rplondtd rnlu If only 3oroua will not follow It up with frost or freczo ns ho did the last time when \vna needed niul received , Moore's popularity tu Omaha la un questioned , \vhnn ho cnu win out for n third term with hln forces divided nml sunny of them ROIIU to Uonson. TTho lUohmond Journal think * Unit Orovor Oluvolnnd 1ms hml hla dny and that Mr. Bryan has had his day. Why should not tlio Journal man K ° to the meat of the oocoauut and think that the ComocnUlo party han had Ita day ? Tliat Transvaal loan munt have hoon n good thliiR. The avidity with whloh the bonds were taken uphy the Knfllfth { financiers would Indicate as muoh. Perhaps they were meant to repay thorn in part for what they lost hy reason of the war. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ The weather Is giving Mayor Hazon's administration no opportunity to show \rhat It might , do on the streotn and sldowalkH atid drainage questions. Hut it IH safe to bollovo that there ; ...

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 May 1903

TIIE NORFOLK. NEWS : IMUDAY , MAY 15 , 1003 , o -V ' Winter Wheat Not Much Dam aged by Frost. GREAT INCREASE IN ACREAGE. Farmers Sow 964,000 Acres More Than Last Year Agricultural Depart- partmcnt Reports Early Crops Up to Average. Washington , May 12. The monthly crop bulletin issued by the agricul tural department is as follows : Ilotums to the statistician of the department of agriculture made to May 1 show the area under winter wheat in cultivation on that date to uavo been about 33,107,000 acres. This is 004,000 acres , or 2.8 per cent , In excess of the area of winter wheat harvested last year. The percentage of abandoned acrcago In all the Im portant winter wheat growing states * s unusually small , abandonment , In- r1 eluding the area to bo cut for hay , reaching 100,000 acres only In Kansas , Texas and California. For the area remaining under cul tivation , the average on Mr.y 1 was 92.6 , against a condition of 07.3 for the total area sown reported on April 1 , 1003 , and...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 15 , 1003. Additional Train Service on Northwestern Will Start. POST OFFICE OPEN FROM I TO 2. F Const I Will Ccm In i Tomorrow for First Sunday N w Train to Long Pine Will Mnko Inl- tin ) Run on Monday , [ From Snturdny'H Dolly. ] At midnight tonight the now schedule * for the train service on the Northwoht- ru line , will take ollVet aud tomorrow f morning for thn first Sunday , a pasHon- or train from Bonowtoel will run Into Norfolk at the name hour as heretofore on week days only , llotnrnlng , the ' Onmhix will BouoHti'ol puBHongor from xvach thu oity shortly after noon , thus lirlnglnjf in Sunday morning mail. Thn post oilloe will bo opmmd at 1 o'olook and remain unlocked for an liour. Monday afternoon the llrst afternoon pnsHtingor train iroin Norfolk to Long rinn will h-avo U.o Junction station , xoturniin ; to the olty on the following morning in time for connection with < the BowvUwl train Into Omaha. Tomoirovv morning's train into Omaha w...

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 May 1903

THK NORFOLK NEWS : .FRIDAY , MAY 8 , 1903 Session of Congregationalists at South Norfolk. NOTED SPEAKERS TONIGHT. Dr. Rico of Now York City nnd Dr. Blordsloy of Hartford , Conn , Will Speak Wonthor Today Has Favored Dotter Attendance. [ From Wednesday's Dally. ] The weather today has been more favorable to the mooting of thu Elkhoru Vnlloy association of Congregational churches being hold In the Second ohuroh tit South Norfolk and IIH iv con- Bcquunco there has boon nil increased at- tcudauco of these interested. The ses sion closes tonight with addresses by Dr. Rico of New York City and Dr. Blordsloy of Hartford , Conn. Their talks WM ° o ° ' general interest and the attendance of local ohuroh people should bo Inrgo. The address last evening by Hov. P V. Moslaudor of Noligli and Judge Williams of Pierce were interesting and thoughtful and tlioro was u very goo d nttoudauco on the part of church people nud others interested in the work. Mr. Moeliindcr's subjuot waa the "Evolution ot...

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 May 1903

TIIE NORFOLK NEWS : KLUDAY.DMAY 15 , ACROSS the DIVIDE Dy MARION DENTLLV Oopyrlulit , 1801 , by tlio H. B , McClure Company They reached llio edge of Fort Simp- pou ono broathlofls July afternoon , seeing - ing Ha crude but promlBlng outlines IIH through u iniito of alkali ( hint , darkly. ffhelr well provlwlonod | irnlrlu schooii- cr linnlu'reil heavily on the heels of two fagged and panting hornt > . It had boon n torrlllc trip on iniin and boast. The nmn Iny , bright eyed , dry lipped and Kllont , on the Hhnltflown In tlio wagon lied As tlio homoH stopped Instinctively ninld tlio willows ho.sldo tliu stream the girl turned to lior father with an encouraging mullc. Hut af night of Mill the Hiiillo changed to ( OIIHO lines of horror. On the IIHUI'H chin trickled n vivid crlniHon Htaln , An hour later Antta Murdook walked nwny from th % liuutlly Improvised camp with yoniiK Dr. Byrne. llo glanced down at her pityingly. She wau no delicate , PO quiet and HO prot- ty. What WJIB her ...

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 May 1903

.y THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART TWO , NORFOLK , NKHRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY l1003. . PAQES o TO112 Murderer McCarthy Took Mor phine Last Night. * HE CAME TO DEATH IN HIS CELL Relieved the Hangman of his Uninvit ing Piece of Business Ho Went to Bed as Usual Last Night Nothing Strange In His Conduct. Loxlugton , Ky. , Mtiy 15 , Special to The News : Murderer McCarthy , the man condemned to hang here today and for whom the scaffold , with it's ropes and trap was completely ready and wait ing to swing into eternity at some time between the hours of suuriHO and sunset sot , relieved the ofllcials of their ghastly piece of work by ending his own life last night. McCarthy wont to bed as usual. Nothing extraordinary was marked in his conduct by the guards who clamped the heavy look at taps. This morning , however , the lifeless body of the con- domued man was found in his cell , whore ho had taken enough morphine to send him to the grave of the suicide rather thau that of the convict h...

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 May 1903

I IIU NUIUOLKKVS : FRllA\ ) , MAY 15 , Men's Department EVERY ITEM A LEADER A STRONG DEPAtt T KENT OF INTEREST TO E1/E3V MAN. Wo have separated and placed all lines of Alon's wo.ir in Lli3 w > sb Ulo of our shore. Ewy line li.u ) , ) strong litnnod , and every iioin being oll'ered at , Uio cloifHb po iblo inirgtn. Our prices liavo a money-saving , < r feature Unit will intorcsb every looker , and the newness , quality and gontilil-y of styles in our gout's furnishings will plcaso you if soon. No trash at any nrico. With our added room this ihpirbnnnb shall bo mt'lo ono of the bust in our store. Fashionable , Dressy Shirts. "Wo would like to show you HOIMO of onr vury attractive HtyloH. Onr'H nro tlio Wi\ohuottn make , ono of the very host nmnufiictnrors In the United States. Wo unloot our puttnriiH in thoclotliH , they uro iniido ( or u at tholr factories ut Loomlnstor , Mass. The latent mid inoHt correct decrees of fashion. Whlto Madras and Oxford OhovlotH , $1.00 nad $1.50. ...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 15. 1 0 , School Children's Eyes require constant observation by a coin- pctont ophthalmologist. Wo will teat children's eyes , under 13 years of ago , FREE , if accompanied by parent or guardian. OPHTHALMOLOGIST , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. ussocm ion will make you u loan to build or bay 011 favorable - vorablo torms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH GOOD FORM in shoes is always "on tap" at this store. Men may find hero the latest and best in Oxfords and othei low-cut shoes low cut in price as well as in shape. The only high thing here is the coiling and the quality of the goods wo aell prices ore nowhere near the ceiling. Wo Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. The Palace Shoe Store. We give tickets on Ohiokoring Piano. The Weather. Oonditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to duy : Maximum temperature 70 Minimum temperature 53 Average 04 Precipitation 28 Total precipitation...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FUIDAT , MAT 15,1903. I The Peoples Store will not bo open for bnnlnoprt until the lom by flro and water lm boon adjured by the Insuranoo companion. It Is expected the store will bo open aa usual tlio Ural of the woolc , Strawberries. , . A hirgo Hhlpmcnt of borrlrn haft jiutiurlvod and will bo Bold on the sidewalk In front of the Moro nt ix great Micrlllco. YOUIH Truly , i ) . mm & co. CODVQICMT A FLOWERY TALE ABOUT FLOUR wouldn't bo hnlf us convincing as n practical test "tho proot of the pud * ding , oto. " sort. Bon Ton floui1 will enruly Rtiind the oatlug test any roa- souablo test uiul como out victorious every tiiuo. Wo are interested to have you fairly try it mid you will bo inter ested in keeping a good supply on hand thereafter. Sugap City Cereal lulls. DR. BERTHA AHLMAN. Physician w Phone 107. for Ladies and Ohlldron. SESSIONS & BELL , Undertakers and Cmbalmorsi SosloiiB IHk , , Norfolk Avouuo , NKHIIASKA. NOHFOLK , - - - N DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Os...

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 May 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. PART ONE , NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , MAY 22 , 1003. PAGES 1 TO 8. What People in Norfolk Will Do This Year * for FunJ PLANNING FOR RECftfeA AWO There Will bo Something Doing In Moro Ways Than Ono The River Will Find Favor Tennis Looks Good Horses Will Go Somo. [ From Saturday's Dally. ] Winter is now about nil in , nud s urn inor has como for good. Timely sports and recreations are beginning to take the attention of men , in ono form and another , and the opening of the season promises well for something doing every miuuto in Norfolk this summer. Already there is action in the air , and prospects for all sorts of good rest aud amusement ore looking up. Now that the Northfork has opened up and the waters are clean ouco moro , persons who are lucky enough to own boats aud canoes are getting their paddlers into ship-slmpe condition , all ready for the season's pleasure , aud from present indications the proU-y North- fork will be this year moro popu...

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 — 22 May 1903

w THE NORFOLK NEWS : KR1DAY , MAY $2 , Big New Toll Board Arrived In City Today. NORFOLK IS THE WHOLE SHOW , This Part of Stnto Hns to Ask Norfolk When They Wnnt to Tnlk ElRht "Hollo" Girls Independent People Awaiting Materials. The now toll board for tlio Nebraska telephone oxobniiRo In this city , nr rived thin inoniiMK ft"1 IB bol"B Plno0l ( in position today. The work of wirliiR it will require n week. There rxro great nmny Improvements cm the now Iwnrd which have never boon used hero boforo. A now switch board for the local lines will nlco arrlvo soon , contain " IUR fcOO drops. The old board will bo > i' ' ' desk. wired as t chief operator's Norfollcls now a chock center on the toll systems for thU portion of No branka , nnd every town along the var ions lines running north , wo&t , north 111' . oust , south nnd east must lot Norfolk do their connecting ixftor this. Klght girls will bo required to shout "hello" , and Mabollo Harrison will bo chief of the crowd. The work...

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 — 22 May 1903

1'HK NOW FOLK NKW8 : FRIDAY , MAY 22 , ! ( , Company Concedes AH Principal Points to Strikers. .PIECE . WORK TO BE ABANDONED ( President Kennedy Telegrapha the Newo From the Conference In New York Wageo at the Shops Are , to Be Increasedi Omaha , May 20. President Ken nedy of the bollermakcrs , who is la New York In attendance ut the Union Pacific strike conference , telegraphed to the local committee that every main point had been conceded the strikers. All the old men nro to bo reinstated , an Increase In wages Is allowed and the piece work system Is abandoned. All that Is done In Now York must bo ratified In Omaha bo- lore the men return to work. Inquiry at Union Pacific hcadquart- crs brought the reply that no advices had been received there us to the eettlement. Cheyenne , Wyo. , May 20. News was received In Cheyenne stating unequiv ocally that the Union Pacific strike liad been Bottled and that the strikers Lad won every point. A local newspa per published it as a New York dis...

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 — 22 May 1903

& ' THE NORFOLK. WEWH : FRIDAY , MAY 22 , 1I03 ! Th floplolk ] Sleccts It the weather does not noon nlvo the * jCobrnskn farmers n ohnnoo it will bo linrvest tlmo before the crops nro planted. Lot's BOO. If cotton had nny relation to the pacrcrt mutarBtniullng between wheat and silver ( luring tbo days of Coin Harvey , It hnn likewise secured n dlvoroo mid is RonriiiK ofi > ll by itnolf. The extended visit of President Roosevelt velt to California iudiontos tlmt ho con siders thnt n good plaoo to bo. Tito balance of the country la almost inollnod to bo Joalona of California niul the national park. Texas people do not intend tlmt Ken tucky Bhnll ronp nil ; the honors in the killing line andjjhavo ropontodly fur- iiiflhcd ovidouoo thnt they propose to bo roooRiiizod na rivals when it comoa to dealing out the honors or dishonors. If this thing of Bonding infonml machines - chinos on board viBacls na baggage is to continue the passengers will un doubtedly bo compelled to submit t...

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 — 22 May 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 22 , IlKM , o L * . Company Resumes Traffic Without Interference. WOMEN OUT WITH STILETTOS. Italian Strike Sympathizers Attack Workmen on New York Subway. , , Police Arrest Four Amazons , Two . ? ; ' Carrying Murderous Looking Knives. ' " Bridgeport , Conn. , May 19. With Tory few exceptions Uie running ot trolley cars on the lines of the Con necticut Railway and Lighting com pany , manned by nonunion motormcn and conductors , was not Interfered with. There were fifteen men and boys locked up during the day on charges of Intimidation. The majority of the prisoners were using offensive language to the strike breakers at the time of arrost. A trolley car manned by nonunion men and guarded by two deputy sheriffs was fired on by a man on the west side. No dam' ' ago was done , and the man escaped after a chaso. Despite the apparent quiet which prevails over the city , the day was not without Its sensational features. The most Important feature of the day ...

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 — 22 May 1903

6 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 22 , 1U03 , The Clause Wns Included In the Appropriation Bill , MONEY WAS AVAILAULE APRIL 3 , Letter From Secretary of Stale ExPlodes - Plodos the Erroneous Idon thnt the Cmornoncy Clnuso Wns Not In cluded It Is Upjto the Donrd. [ Krom Momlny'a Dnlly ] Tlio notion which ban become pro- vulont through the city during tlio past week , to the effect that tlio appropria tion for tlio Norfolk hospital for tlio in- HJUIO did not pass with tlio emergency olniiRO has boon oomp1nt > ly dispelled by n NtJitomont fioin tlio secretary of stuto , which gives the fact that tlio omorKOtioy clause was piiRHod and that the money Ijwamo nvn luhlo on April ! l. The lack of notion on the now build ing hud caused BOIIIO little worry and \V. M. Hnk'Hson chiiirinnn of the local oommittoo , Hint a query to the Htato BIOUHO , nuking wln-thur or not the omorguiioy olnu o hud pi\HMod. A reply AVas rocolvi'd y Htorduy. Tlio hill WMH nlguod , Biiyn tlio secretary , on April ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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