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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 30 November 1900

H 9 B A RED LETTER DAY Norfolk WniuannCliili Knjo nil After noon Willi llio Stallion horoaU fiom 8Rturdriylnll Tho following Inscription of tho outer tnintnout furnished by tho Indies of tho Stanton Sorosis to monibers of tho Nor folk Womans club 1ms beou furnished by ono of tho guests There nro rod letter days in tho lives of individuals and of organizations and yostordny was a red letter day to tho Woiiiiinfl club of Norfolk In responso to tho invitation to a luncheon sent by tho Sorosis club of Stanton twenty ono munition of tho Womans club boarded tho oast bound train at 1210 yesterday afternoon From tho coidial welcome extended at tbo station in Stanton by a committee from Sorosis tho Norfolk ladies knew that a treat was in store for them They were taken to thi beautiful and commodious homo of Mrs Miller which was olaoorately decorated in yellow and white club colors chrysanthemums palms and ferns Tho first hour was spent in gottiig ac quainted with one another and at three ocl...

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 — 30 November 1900

iKtvtim 10 TUESDAY TOPICS V P Prlnro was n oily visitor yostor A v from Madison Miss Mny ibirland lus returned from hor visit toPluinviow II II Patterson departed at noon onu business trip to Chicago Mr ntul Mrs W K Powers of Iiorco woro Norfolk visitors todny Air and Mrs W M Kolwrlson woto visitors in Madison yesterday Mrs A Uoglo twpcats to leave tomor row for an extended visit in Chicago Clom Wright was linniii a few ilays from Aurora and loft today for Long Pino Mrs A Fisher of Madison is oxpootod horo tomorrow to Hpuiid Thanksgiving with Mrs Hnsloy Miss liia Sonncnsohoiii of Stanton who has boon visiting lr week ro turnod homo yostorday Miss Maincs lias rosignod lur position ns toucher in the High sohool and do parted Monday for Emerson Iowa Mr and Mrs Ira Mupes of Kansas City Mo uro oxpootod horo tomorrow to spond Thanksgiving with relatives Will Barnes of Buttle Crook who has boon working in Donvor Col was in ho city today Ho is sulToring from rhouiuatism Phil Miller dopartod...

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 — 30 November 1900

IV t tz 1 m 1 A- IfiSC Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN t NORFOLK Steam Laundry Only First Class Laundry In Northeast Nebraska Kvory effort ninilo to iilont o patrons and piitinfuctioii Lntutt improvoil ma chinery ubc1 In all luimrtmontp Work not Kntisfiiclory will bo roliiuudureil frcu of churKO if rotuiiied unworn ROUOH EDGES TAKEN OFF COLLARS DAN CRAVEN Proprietor w The Norfolk feed Jllll PAY CASH and BUY CHEAP One Block West of Creighton Depot CORN OATS CHOPPED CORN AND OATS CRACKED CORN SCREENINGS BRAN AND SHORTS FLOUR BON TON SUNSHINE SNOW DROP RYE FLOUR CORN MEAL WHEAT GRAHAM RYE GRAHAM Phone iai ART McCOY Proprietor For Breakfast Foods Thompsons Gash Grocery These are n few Pillsburys Oat Food per pkg 10c Wheat Manna two for 25c Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit tvfK for 25c Pillsbnrys Vitos two for 25c Quaker Oats two for 25c Waldorf Oats two for 25c Cremola two for 25c Wheatling each 10c Grape ...

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 — 30 November 1900

t t 5 l H i J I If s 4x 12 JMBflXl 11181 ll IJOIIKRT HArlR f a 11 iimu it ifnu 11ml IiniiTit lTixior found liorsclf in tltio Hum in tho went wipltnlof tlm norlli with n loom hi lie llololdo IlJiiropo overlookhiK tlio Nov kl rroiprrt oiilinnry eirniiiiAtinrm rite would Imvo onjoyeil n visit to St PrtcrHharp In 1 1 hIic wiih nfniirt to von turn out being uiiilrr tlio apprehension flint nt tiny moment hIiu miflit meet Lord Donnl Stirling fnco to fnee mill tlmt ho would rorognizo her Therefore nho renin in nil 1incieelly in Iht room watching tin Htrniigo Htteet wnnoHfioni boi window Hlio found lioiniilf Hrrntl iilzlng every onu who huil the nppenrnneo of being mi ICtigllnhiiiiiii ninlnhe IiiiiI to confeMH to little pinlm of tliwippolnt niiiit when tlio pornon InqncHlion turn pl out not to Im Lord Donnl in fnct dnring her short Htiiy nt HI PnloiHbnrg ulinHaw nothing of tlm young limn Jonnlu wont on tlio evening of her nrrivnl to tlm oMcch of tlm keeping car coinpiiny ho iih to wcuru n pl...

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 — 7 December 1900

ft 5 So hH HI Reorganization Plan Has Votes to Spare 33 FOES OF THE CANTEEN WIN Aitiniiilnicnt Tnckcil imllio Hill Anoliitrly 1rolilliltlni Nate or liilovliiuit at Mill- i tiirv losts Tlm e UuiiioitiiIh Vtiti Willi Urn UuiiiililUiiiM lor tliti lllll 1 Washington Duo 7 The house of representatives yesterday at tho end of ti Ions sitting passed the army re organization bill by n vote of 115U to 183 Throe Democrats Messrs Hall Pa anil Uiuterlilll and Clayton X Y voted with the Republicans for the bill und MeCall Hep Muss with the Democrats against It Otherwise It was a strict party vote The propo sition which some of the Democrats attempted to commit their sitle to in caucus an extension of the present temporary army until Inly 1 lDOI which was voted upon Indirectly on a motion to recommit commanded the votes of only about half the opposi tion and two Republicans McUall and IMnnn Many of the Democrats how- ver voted against the motion because they were opposed not only to the re orcij ...

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 — 7 December 1900

i y r 7eaito 1 1 2 ill I m ll PP Pictures Mcdalions Sixteen innli largo body KID DOLI Cant bo matched for less than 7c Wo will outdo all store lcforo purchasing The Norfolk Jleuus W N HU8EJ PubllBhor OAILY EMiibllHliol 1SS7 Everj ilny oxctjpt Similny Hy carrier ier nook 15 cotita Hy mull por yenr 000 W KKKIY NBWS ilOUKNAI The Nowb PttublUliml thai The Journal eBtnblished 1877 Every Frliluy Hy mll per yenr Eiiteret nt the rontofllce nt NorfolV Net no eoouil cliiBi matter Toloiihoue No 12 While every other country engaged in military operations in China haB been compelled to borrow tho money to carry thorn on the United States has accuuiu lated a aurplnB of nearly eighty millions of dollars It is being constantly dem onstrated that this is the strongest and best country in tho world and that the duys of its fiuaneial supremacy nro not an idle dream of the distant future Who wouldnt be an American citizen V Edgar Howard who was defeated for concrress bv Divo Mercer will take uo f nrthe...

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 — 7 December 1900

ir be riv THE ANNUAL MESSAGE President McKinloys Communi cation to Our National Lawmakers REVIEW OF TROUBLE IN CEINA What the Administration Has Been Doing to Straighten Matters Out Again GRATIFYING SURrLUS REVENUES Congress ltcooininenrtcrt to llctluco Inteinnl Itcvunuo Taxes IuIi h in tliu Philippine This Army To the Scnnte nnil House of taUveb At the outgoing of the old and the Incoming of the new century you beg n the Inst session of the Fifty sixth con gress with evidences on every hnnd of Individual and national prosperity and with proof of the growing strength and lncrenslng power for good of republic an Institutions Your countrymen will Join with you In felicitation that Amer ican lihetty Is more firmly established than ever before and that love for It and the determination to preserve It are more universal than at uny former period of our history The republic was never so strong be cause never so strongly Intrenched In the hearts of the people as now The constitution with f...

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 — 7 December 1900

M WS r S- A- Ifl A m p er yfjt foV1 T4 n Legislative Mill Starts Under Full Head of Steam HRST BILLS ON THE LIST Gniniittltre nl Work on the Mini Import mil Mriuiiir Sllie nf the Omul Anil Olro Mill U rrxillilKil ltiiliiillnn of War 1iiruiy IttMirgaiilratlna Washington Dec 3 Tin- loaders of tin1 llUIIHt IIIO pi OplUlUg to pttSS Willi great vigor the Important business of the Hlioit session of oougros which convenes today Already considerable prtllinliiiirv committee work Iium been lone on I ho Important tuoasuios -tin Mil for tho icduetlon or tho wnr rev enue tnxos tho army reorganization bill the river itnil hiirbor bill timl sev r ni I of tho npproprlntlon bllls niid tho legislative mill will Mini under it full head of Htenm Tho tinny reor ganization hill In coiiHliloreti purlieu Inrly uiKont owing to this poNHlblllty of Km mooting strenuous oppoNltlon nftcr It reaches tho Homito nml It In th Intention of the leniloiH to got It out of tho wny at the earliest possible moment It wil...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 December 1900

Ki i w n W v W I t i III I vrt m I V A M Consul Stowc Says Boers Have No Chance to Win BRITISH VIOTORY ASSURED j ttnl Kltolienor Wilt Follow Onnnrnt 1laiii or IaitiI ltoliortoMoor lrlioners Cry for IVaccfHityt lturKltnri 1nrmi Aro Only Humeri for Cnuso London Dee 5 lames G Stowe the United States consul guuornl ut dipt Town lnnded ut Southampton yesterday In the Identical tout worn when the Hoofs held up his train Willie he was on his way to Pretoria on u special mission A bullet hole In the collar of his eoat testllletl to the narrowness of his escape Mr Stowe likened the guerrilla wurfare in prog ross In South Africa to the closing scenes of tho civil wur lu the United States Mr Stowe said I give the war lu South Africa four months to come to an end In my opinion It Is bound to be snuffed out during that period L do not believe Lord Kitchener will do much more than any other general The general plan of the Hrltlsh cam paign Is hound to bring about the re sult Moreover there arc 10...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 December 1900

I 111 i i The Norfolk fleuas CongrcsR will open in timoto adjourn for thu holidays Tho Boers aro making t good deal of tronlilu to tho llrillnli lor i subdued mid nutijcctcd people Tho Madison Chronicle of thiH week In printed in an illuminated cover in honor of Thanksilvlng Thoy tiro KttliiK roiiio swift woys across tho pond also Mull inottor Ih now sent from Paris to Berlin in 35 minutes via thu pneumatic lube There npppiun to ho boiiio prosperity for tho liilHiror in Cidifornin Tho Chino Vulloy Champion reports u scare ity of holp to pick and market tliu ripening orange crop It Is Bold that tho tnrkoy population wns reduced by 1000000 on account of J Thanksgiving Tho population will ho Htlll fnrthor depleted it not practically annihilated about ChriRtiuaH tiino She Chambers Bugle in of tho opinion that about tho only position which him not boon offered Mr Bryan is tho presi dency of tho United States On tho contrary thiH Bit has boon emphatic ally refused him Tho World Herald tal...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 December 1900

r fS - k t I w 9s fr s wf JVt wV s9s tV 4 Ik 1 JOHN TOPP PIRATE tr iti a jSC i By Weatherby Chcsnoy and Alick Munro oorTOiarrr ltoo iit wBATiinnnr chixntst anii auoc xckho iiausthaxions ii r it a couutah CIIAlTER III One eye one hand and nn otter skin enp Hint Is my curliest recollection of Willie Trelinllon Our first meeting took place when I wns quite n youngster lie hnd como up to tlio vlcurnge on some errand or other mul when I told him my fn titer wnB out he snid he would wait nnd of fered to pass the time in telling me a story for a pot of nle 1 remember well even now how he grumbled nt the poorness of the liquor I gnve him nnd to tell the truth our Bitiull beer was exceedingly smiill But ndmlilng thitt I could not fnlrly bo blamed for the wenkness of tho J hung upon Ms words brew he snt down on the bench out Bide the kitchen door nnd to pny for his drink spun me such wonderful yarns of flouting iBlnnds on which there lived mnglclans who sold winds of mermaids nnd sea serpents...

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 — 7 December 1900

IN f n COUNTY BUSINESS Trntisnrtril liy Dm llomil uf Nninly Com inlKnlolinrn lit Tlinlr IitM KpRiiliir KpmIoIi Madison Nolir Nov 27 WOO I p in Hoard of county onmnilwilniiorri mot pnrAtiiiiit to nrijonrniiioiit Ironont II W Winter 1 J HiikIiph itntl Olirinl Sohmitt AltntitOH of lust meitittir road mid on motion iipprovod On motion tho following IiIUh woro ul lowed W N Hiiro printing biillotn oto f27 Publishing noininiRHiotmrH pro ceedings and dolhuiitont taxi Ht fit IS fill On motion tho rosiKimMoii of Win Low ns u liioinbor of tho Soldiers Ho lief noinniltteo was nocopted On motion Lou Brown of Orovo pro oiuot wan npiMiintod u moinbor of tho Soldiers Hollof committoo On motion thu following bills woro allowed J 1 AltMadt bridgo work 17 an Wm Low bridge work fllJ A W Grown nttornoy for Holla Lowls by appointment of fudge Ooiioh f 15 Madison Olironiolo Htationory fill 50 Olir Suhavlnnd foes in coses of Htato v Holla LowIb 8711 Htnto v Loroy Alyon 20118 oertiUontoH to jurorH 9 postage...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 December 1900

Ns Wf SATURDAY SIFTINGS P O Coryoll took tho noon train for Omaha Rev Father OMullou left today for Spanldlng this stnto Miss Minnio Maas has accoptod a posi tion with Boolor llros Mr and Mrs Win Molchor of Pilgcr woro city visitors yesterday E P Weathorby is having a now briok walk built at his homo A 10 pound girl was born last night to Mr and Mrs 1etor Duffy J P Tohiioon has resigned his posi tion with tho creamery company Mrs V II Bnoholsr cutertalnod tho KaffeoKlatch yestorday afternoon O S Bridge accompanied by his sons Charles and Donald loft yesterday noon for Chicago Tho Womans club will hold an opon mooting at tho home of C 0 Gow Mon day evening Tho Plain v low schools havo boon closed on account of an ontbroak of scarlet fovor Mr and Mrs J W Boveo havo gone to Blair to visit his brother who Is very low with cancer Henry Preeland has accoptod a posi tion as clerk In tho Parish grocery and entered upon his duties today The Plaluviow and Niobrara foot ball teams met on Wedne...

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 — 7 December 1900

- 10 TUESDAY TOPICS Mrs M D Tyler linn returned from a Tlrit to Onmha JihIro J H HnrneR was i pftRsciiRor to Hnrtlngtou on tbo early train MIrb Kmmn Hnhn of Uunrt wits tho guest of Mm V H Hlnkemnn yester day A N Yost arrived In tho city from Onrnhn Inst night for it visit with rein tiven ft nil friotulR Tho nntoinobilo linn lnrnded Konrney n traveling nmn hnvlng purohiuinti nno with which ho expects to cover his ter ritory Mrs 1 taflort of West Point who linn boon vlsitliiK her rinnuhtur Mrs O 1 lohnnon over Tlmnknglving returned in her homo yeslordny Mrs Isimo Powers went to Oninlm on tho enrly trnln nnd will visit her tlnnghlor Mrs Whitney while Mr Powers is nbsnnt in Oklnhomn Tho mnsnu work on tho foundiitlon of tho now Hlshop block lms been completed and the brloklnyors are taking ft lay oft until tho floor joists shall bo put in Miss Allco MoKiver who has boon with tho Durland Sisters hns secured tho school In tho Georgo WillianiH diH triot nnd commenced teaching yester day Ed ...

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 — 7 December 1900

i V ittitk tf Mfl Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN The Norfolk feed Hill PAY CASH and BUY CHEAP One Block West of Creighton Depot CORN OATS CHOPPED CORN AND OATS CRACKED CORN SCREENINGS BRAN AND SHORTS FLOUR BON TON SUNSHINE SNOW DROP RYF FLOUR CORN MEAL WHEAT GRAHAM RYE GRAHAM Phone 121 ART McCOY Proprietor For Breakfast Foods Thompsons Cash Grocery These are a few Pilisburys Oat Food per pkg 10c Wheat Manna two for 25c Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit tw for 25c PlH6burys Vitos two for 25c Quaker Oats two for 25c Waldorf Oats two for 25c Cremola two for 25c Wheatling each 10c Grape Nuts two for 25c Wheat Flakes two for 25c Granose two for 25c Wheatose two for 25c i The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 46 Minimum temperature 32 Average 39 Precipitation 02 Total precipitation for month 02 Snowfall 00 Forecast for Nebraska Fair toni...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 December 1900

BOOKBINDING Roblndlng Old Hooka and Magazines H BRUMMUND Next Deans Paint Store Mb St MRS H H HULL AlanicuriiiKt Shampooing Ladies Baths Kooms on North Ninth Stroot L L REMBE Practical Plumber and Stoain Fitter Agency fur tlio Mvoru Korco Wind Mill Pumps Prices Right Satisfaction Oimmntocd on nil First door West of lmt Onbsn TELEPHONE CUltK VOlt CATARRH Elys Cream Balm Kaay nnd pleasant to nee Contains no jnrloua drue It la quickly abaorbed nlvcuHellofotoncc It Opens and Cleanses tho Nana Pasaaces ARC UNnccuco fWIM inovAL tiu or 1CN6 STANOI AND TMf - oUlMION or au raUUCIRflCUlARITI5 TfllrtsVrtu mid Work NOVELTY Iron and Brass Works JNO E CRQNK Manager All Winds if machines frnmn lawn ty wor to successfully roimlrml I lot nlr nrlntlnK proas n tin ii nml 1ml wntnr hniilliiK rlpochil atlou tlmKlvni to Hotlnrnnrt Kltiinnmlrlnii Opp Ilisownlks liiiilomoiit llmmo NORFOLK NEBRASKA M C WALKER VBAIiRU IK FLOUR - FEED Oil and Gasoline NO 38 B W JONAS FINE TAILORING Suits tnnilo to onlor nnil ...

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 — 14 December 1900

l l The Iqbeolk Weekly News Jotonal f niMinn Engine Jumps the Track Near Burlington TWO OAKS OF MAIL BUENED Fireman Shannon Killed and Engineer Dare Iladly Hurt Postal Clerks All Es cape Serious InjurjrThree Persons Killed In a Wreok on Great Northern Burlington Dec 14 Tho Chicago Burlington and Qulncy railways fast mall No 15 froin Chicago was wrecked two miles west of Klrkwood yesterday Fireman Shannon was killed and Engineer Samuel Dove was badly hurt The engine jumped the track and was demolished Two mall oars with tholr contents were burned The mall clerks were not lnjurod severely Allmaln line trains wort delayed being finally sent around by Oquawka and Kelthsburg HER THROAT CUT IN WRECK Woman Thrown Through Car Window and Bleeds to Death Helena Mon Dec 14 Coast train No 3 west bound on the Great North ern was wrecked nt Brockton 285 miles east of ITavre early yesterday Throe persons were killed and several lightly injured The dead are Mrs It 0 Cameron f Indianapolis and iv mo...

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 — 14 December 1900

to I - i0 - 2 The Norfolk flecus W N UU815 Publlnlinr DAILY KMntilUliNl 1SS7 Krerj dny except HnmUf Iljr cnrrlnr jirr week IS cenlp Ilj mnll pur yrmr tA0 WKKKIY NUWN IOUUNAI Tm Nnwr cttnlillrliptl ISM Tlio Jotirnnl pMnMUIirM 1S77 Ktory Irlilnyi lly mull or yrnr 1M Knlorrvl nt tlio IWntllcn nt Norfolk Noli ii eootul clnM miiltrr Trloiilionn No 22 I K TliouiiHii Tho tlmo vnn tint ho ninny yours ngn that ovon anionic loynl roiiubllriniH Murlc llnnun was reganled iih ii bud mini n ninii with horiiN Hut t hut wuh ho onuso wo did not know him and becnuto vro had uncoiiHiiiouBly nlmnrhud n pre judice luniltiBt tho ifoiitUmmn from rend ing dotnocrntia newspapers Thin your tho people of tlio went hud nil opportun ity of pooiiiR Mnrlc Hnutin and thoy found him to ho a limit wholly difluront from tlio ono imagined Ho in not tho grasping avaricioiiH flond that had hoon pictnrod to us hut on tho contrary is n kindly courteous gentleman Whllo ho is a rinh tiian ot attain and gives con Rtnnt emplo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 December 1900

m set V PBS IB MM All Arc Finally Agreed en I Terms of Joint China Note ENVOYS ARE TO GO AHEAD Note IVlown Count Von Hueloirn Otitllnu Closely the Only Kxeeptlon Heliis In the Introiliirtory Cluun Sujlne That lht l leiuunit Arc Irrevoeulilo London Ded 13 The negotiations of the powers In regard to the Joint China note wore concluded satisfactor ily yesterday nil agreeing to the condi tions Identically as outlined by Count von Riiclow the imperial chancellor of Germany Nov lit with the exception of the Introductory clause saying thu demands are Irrevocable which la eliminated The Chinese government Is required to pay heavy indemnity the death of Prince Tumi Is Insisted upon and tho Tnku forts must be razed totheground Tho Peking correspondent of the Tally Mall wiring yesterday and con tinuing the report of the agreement ns to the collective note says that a committee of representatives of tho powers has been chosen to regulate tho conferences with the Chinese plenipo tentiaries WILL ...

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 — 14 December 1900

in House Passes Grout Bill by a t Decisive Vote DEBATE LONG AND EAliNEST Triiiiinrtiil Inn miiiI Null IVrinllln When Iiiiiii Culm nt Inn In Iniltiillnn if ltiillii Miiili SiiIiJitI In Pillion Inwur ul Sinti n IiiiiitiIIiiu i In llm Mi niiln t Washington Dec S Ilii house yes terday piitMtl the Smut tiloointii unrlno bill tiy ii vili or mil In HU The substi tute nlTVittl by Hit iiilimrlly or the com mittee on iigrleiiltuic which liiiiioscil uililltlniuil rtHtrUtlony on tin siilu of oleomargarine to pi event Its fi mnlti liiit sale us butter mill Increased tho IiiiiiiHIch for vloliitliui wan dcfiiitcd by n vote of Hit to ITS Tin bill ns passed makes nil articles known us oleomargarine bullerlne 1ml tullon butlii or Imitation cheese trans ported Into nny Hi 11 Ii or territory for consumption or sale subject to the po lice power of such stale or territory but prevents nny stato or territory rrotu rorlilililing tlie irnnsporiiiiion or that if proper diplomatic efiorts i i ixn In if vmlri ...

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