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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 3 May 1901

2 DAILY Kutnbllidied lfc7 Uteri ilny eirorit Sunday Ily currier or week 15 cent Ily mull per jour tu00 W KKK IjY N iVH IO I UNA I The News established IKSI Tlio Journal established 1K77 Kvory Friday Hy mull nor year f I0 Entered nt tlio rnstolllco nt Norfolk Neb ns conil clmi matter Telephones Killtcirlnl Department Nn 22 Itulne Olllce and Job Rooms No 322 Tho prleo of corn advanced to 55 couts iu tho Chicago markets yeBtorday morn ing nnd tho furmerB who hnvo grain to noil nro reaping tho benefit Tho business mnu or ownor of resi dence property who Ir not making iin provomcntB thiB spring Ib mi exception nnd tho nuiu who enn mnko bucli re pairs nnd is idlo is n rnrity Tho Dakota City is celebrating itB 25th birthday anniversary this week During tho quarter of a century exist onco it Iiub beou uudor tho continuous mnnngoincnt of itB present editor Atleo Jlort MEADOW GROVE John Orooko is improving his country resilience just enst of town Alvin Dodondorf of llumphroy visited friendB i...

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 — 3 May 1901

III IN BBS Is Given an All Day Reception by Citizens BACK HOME FROM PEKING Sci Molnoi Sends HI ft Delegation to Join In Greeting to Roturulufr Minister to Clilua Hut Itesorrcs Its Ovatlou Till Major Hcaohes Capital City Omaha May 1 Major E II Con ger United States minister to China and his party including his wife daughter and niece arrived In Omaliu over the Union Pacific railroad this morning The car was taken to the Iowa side of the river Immediate ly after hreakfast On the arrival in Council Bluffs car riages were In waiting and Minister Conger and the members of his party were taken into them and driven to the Grand Hotel escorted by the old soldiers the Dodge Light guard the High School cadets and other organ izations that turned out to take part In the demonstration The party was then taken in carriages for a drive to Falrmount park and about the city Following this drive came the pub lic reception beginning about 11 oclock when Major Conger met and Bhook hands with the peopl...

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 — 3 May 1901

S 4 h m II if Minister to China Reaches Dcs Moines WELCOMED BY NEIGHBORS Imwriun Crowd l at the Station lo i lend Welcoming 1 rrclsr Will lip llrlil Prlilny Aflrriiimn Ml the Auditorium Dcs Moines Mny a The speclnl train bearing United States Minister M II Conger nml party arrived In Dcs JMolncs nt 10 oclock hist night An Dmnipusc crowd of itcople wiih nt tlm Mntlou to iiriM1 th distinguished lownu who linil passed through Riich drying scenes In 1li Orient Major Conger nml pnrty were quickly trntiH lerrcd from tin triiln to a onrrlngp xt mill tlit cheers of the multitude anil twortotl liy it ilniin corps of veterans luisscd up Fourth Ktrcct froiujhc mil vny station nml nt once wenf to the Conner lioini Just outside of I lie busl icsm district There Mcro no cere inonlcH Inst night the party having lint In such n busy ilny nt Council Bluffs nml ncroiH the state that they were Kind of an opportunity to rent upon reaching home The formal wel coming exorcised will he held Friday afternoo...

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 — 3 May 1901

r F i i President Receives Flattering I Ovation In Virginia BEACHES TENNESSEE LINE President nml flirty Traverse Historic Groundfrom the Time Train Laie Washington Chief Incentive Kccslves Demonstrative Ureetlugs Morrlstown Tcnn April 30 The Bpiclal trnln benrlni Iltsklent mul pnrty on their trip to the Pij ciJlc const passed here on the Southern railway nt 1 oclock this morning The Tennessee line was reached nt 3035 hint night with the arrival of the train nt lulstol If the reception through Virginia Is an Indication of what Is to occur throughout the rest of the trip the presidents tour ncross the continent will be n triumphal one Borne of the people In their eagerness to grasp the presidents hand clam bered up the railing surrounding the platform The president received the demonstrations good naturedlly nnd never failed smilingly to grasp the hnnd extended to him Mrs McKlnlry Bitting nt the window In the observa tion enr smiling nnd wnvlng her hnnd kerchief In response to the gre...

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 — 3 May 1901

v V 6 The JSiottfolk Ncaus Thoro Ih n law In Virginia hat pro hlblts flirting Thnt state must not bo looking for a reputation an a soasldo resort Tho hobo appears imioh leas f roqnontly this spring than for yearn post It may bo boliovod that thoso now on Ihp road couldnt bo driven to work with ft pllo driver - A Connecticut woman who wont through hor husbands pookotn got hold of a dynamlto cartridge which exploded nnd torn hor hand Sho was probably looking for troublo and found It A ntriko of gravo diggers In Phila delphia la a novolty In tho Huo of labor agitation- It has boon found impossible to fill tho strikers plnoosnnd a vault full of dead bodies nwalts ft sottlomont of tho dlftloulty ItlsBftldthat Arkansas haB ft now lnw taxing tho pooplo 5 a yoar for tho prlvllodgo of drinking intoxicating liquors If that law la ouforood tho state will undoubtedly bo oompollod to build an addition to Its treasury Tho good roods movomout that Is agi tating eastern nnd southern states dis turb...

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 — 3 May 1901

wr vr xr ij J J j s J J HX SEIZED BILL BY TDK HAND was in fact a matter of money Doyle wanted to borrow 15 tho balance of 20 that would be required to secure a private room In a hospital for his wid owed sisters little boy The youngster had a bad cut from broken glass and It was not healing The doctor had Bald that a week In the hospital would be worth a month at home but the lit tle fellow had seen a ward once and teas afraid of It A private room would cost 20 Immediately after reaching New York Doyle had spent all his savings and all he could raise to get his sister out of a quagmire of debt That Is why he could raise but 5 toward the 20 In this emergency he had bethought him of his old friend Tom Grady a thrifty fellow who earned little but saved much Bill was particularly anxious to get the money on the next day for the 20 room at the hospital might be taken any time and the other good ones cost more Tbe sailor could not mention such matters to these Wall street men They might t...

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 — 3 May 1901

1 A i s if w H 1 8 Hi IS GUI Government in Charge of Town and County Scat Sites XOT PURCHASES LIMITED HlHa for Oni eminent UnlliUnu Cinirt Holme and Iark arc lteerfd Land Ik not Kcpml toTlil or Panning Purpurea Hpeciilatnm Stmt hit W M RobortFon nntl son Sydney who recently returned from a weeks trip through Oklahoma report thnt country to bo fairly booming nnd pooplo flocking in by the scoro to tnko ndvnutngo of tho nowly opened territory In ono town thoy report thnt 48 hrlok blocks aro in courso of construction Railroads are hustling to got into tho now country and activity prevails every where Tho speculators have been shut ont by tho government which Iiuh taken town hiUn into its own hands and 1b conduct ing the Rale of lotR in it manner that is proving very sntlsfi ctory to investors Jn county scat towns n sito Ib reserved for n court house and a govormuout building and a tract for a public park 1h also reserved Tho lots and blocks aro laid out uniformly about these rest rvn ti...

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 — 3 May 1901

p SATURDAY SIFTINGS Lewis Sueidcr wns in town from Bvt tlo Creek Thursday Mrs L 0 Washburn was in tho city todny from Verdigre 7 B Smith of Pierce wns a Norfolk guest Thursday night L C Herso of West Point was a Norfolk gnest over night T P Memminger of Madison was greeting Norfolk friondB today Dr K B Crawford nnd dnnghter of Wayne were in tho city Thursday S W Claybangh and II Lambert of Wakefield were city guests over Thurs day night Mrs II Barnes and Miss Nellie ONeill were in the city today from Battle Creek Mrs W 0 Roach Carroll Roach and Miss Ella Narcross were in the city yes terday from Columbus Miss P W Mount of Chicago is ex pected hero this evening and will visit with her brother E O Mount for a week or ten days E W Hayes of Indianapolis Ind is a guest at the home of his parents Mr nnd Mrs S W Hayes while enroute to Denver Colorado Mr and Mrs J G Morrow who have been visiting at the homo of T J Morrow will return to their home in Rocky Ford Col tomorrow Warren Eller who ...

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 — 3 May 1901

J 1 i IM M 1 1 J 10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES Tho Stanton comity fair will lw hold Soptciubor 17 18 10 nnd 20 Dr P II Suitor nml hln guest lr Glonionslin wero In Fromont today Tho dnnco of tlio tfnrly Honr olub hiw boon postponed until Monday ovonlng Mny 11 G A Lulknrt Is cxpcotod homo to morrow from his two woolco visit at Orcfltouo Col H llulhort clork nt tho Oitiwim Nn tloimllmnk Is confined to tho Iiouho with nn nttnok of tonnilitlH Tho Imby of Mr nnd Mm Fronoh wliollvo botweon Twolfth nnd Thir toontli Htrcot is vory siok Mr nnd Mrs Win Qnoon wont to Oiiinlm today and Mrs Qnoon will bo trontod in 0110 of tho hoapltalH of that city Conductor K 11 Taylor of tho 1 15 iVj M V has pnrohiwod a roHldouco in tho Western Town Lot companys nddltlon to Booth Norfolk Tho Womans olub la giving nil outer tniiiinont thlR afternoon in Odd KoIIowh hall at which thoro are a number of KUORts Including members of tho Stan ton Sorosis A baptismal sorvico wna hold in Triii lty Kpiscopnl ohuroh yostordny nft...

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 — 3 May 1901

l I r s r t Y Ht A GOLD WATCH is whnt ninny people nro in wnnt of ono on which they cnn re ly iuhI be satisfied it keeps nccumto timo Wo sell them nt ren souublo prices ami GUARANTEE thoni Wc solicit yonr fine WATOH nml JEWELRY HE PAIRING C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA We have just bought 20 Doz Curtice Bros Jams in Tins at a very low price and while they last we are going to sell them at 15c per Tin The coods are the finest of their T kind and Cnrtice Bros name is X j a 6nflicient guarantee of quality X Also a TABLE PLUM nt 15c per T can The above goods are extra 4- valne and worth at least n trial X order T X X mm m mm IKAKIdtl I- M rIr MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 800 square feet two coats Contains pure lead and oil Shown by chemical test there is no paint on the market equal to its durability and cover ing capacity We can vouch for this as we have handled the Monarch Paint for twelve years If you think of painting your house let us figure with y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 3 May 1901

ft i 12 AAAAAAA XttXX2X3ttX2XX X v v jv jw v v v jv a M V JV iJOHMWOWliill n 5t M A6S By Weatlicrby Chcsnoy and Alick Munro oormratrr 1000 nT wKATiimnr ctiixnkt Ann aijcx uvuna 114 OsTllATlON iir u u OUU1TA i -- p The man on shore fired hit plutoU tho caution with which wo dipped and calseu tho oars a splash now and then could not bo avoided And over such a surfneo sound travels far In the quiet of night Presently tho voices of two men talk lug camo to us across tho water and after n xulnuto or so ono of them chal lenged Who goes there Amlgos Espauoles replied Wllllo Trehnllon Mother of God those accursed Eng lish exclnlmcd tho man on shore and fired his pistol Wo smothered n lnugh at the poorness of our boatswains Spanish and ns further caution was now useless beut to our onrs with a will Theros n fort of some sort here shouted Alec between me and tho shore Follow In quickly before they an bring their guns to bear Hardly hnd the words left his lips when there was a lash and a roar ...

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 — 10 May 1901

i O Y a The I M 1 IE Panic Sweeps the New York Stock Exchange KEENE HOLDS HIS CORNER Northern Inclllo Hid Up to ttlOOO liy the lruntlo Short While All Other Sliirk Oo Doirn With riuiiguHanU Ollor Muuejr ixt Low Hutu New York- May lO Ulttor stress tie vcluiieil in Wall uti uut by the hl coiuI hour of tratlliiK on the Slock exehange yeoteitlay The violence of the eouiuiu tlou had Hiient imich of Its force at least for the time being when the chairmans gavel fell anounelng the clohe of the days proceedings The casualties were great and the Held of battle was strewn with the wounded nd may be with the dying Late In the day the principal bunks la the llnuncial district agreed to form a pool and raise a fund to loan the money rate down to 0 per cent on the Stock exchunge The bid for money had been run up to GO per cent and was threatening to keep alive the panic The state of excitement was very ap parent all through the financial dis trict during the period of the panic but there were few...

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 — 10 May 1901

ThefloitfolkHeuus W N UUBK Publisher Uteri day Mk lcenti DAILY ICMnlllthrd 1SS7 nirrnt Htniilftr hj man pcrrn Itr riO carrier W per wrKKtv niwsioihnai The News cHaMMied ISM Tim Journal f MMiIImiimI 17 Ktery Friday r mull per yenr IM Knterril nt ttin PoMolllco at Norfolk Noli nt ccimt clan matter Telephones Ktlltnrlnl Department Nn llunlnn Olllcn nml Joii Itooms No SK l It is now positively known tluit tho leniocrnts who hnvo nsciMi l in tho fusion movement nil theso yenrs have toon nothing hut popnUHtB Pojntor linn Mini fo unci ho IhnH not Fcrvetl tho -Into for u term in tho chief executive ollleo without acquiring n thorough knowledge of mens political beliefs At tho recent hnnquet of tho 1eter Cooper union Mr Poynter snid Tho populist organization iuuh nml shall bo maintained for if tho domo cintH should go hack to tho original principles of tho party before they beennio poptiihtR in nil but immo wo raust hnvo n pnrty left for those who still 6tnml for tho rightH of tho people Nor...

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 — 10 May 1901

i M 1 S 14 M V- ft UMM Radical Element of Cuban Con vention Expects Its Adoption SECRET SESSION IS HELD Ileport of the Special Commission Mnkn a onil ImpressionConvention Expected to Take Definite Artlon on the llntt Amendment Saturday j Havana May 8 Tlie special com mission of the Cuban constltutlonnl convention wlilcli returned here from Washington May 5 will not innko any recommendations to the convention IaIUioukIi tins majority Of the conimls flloners are In favor of accepting the riatt amendment the report will cover only the facta of the conference at Washington This convention will hold a secret session today The radical element admltH the convention will accept the amendment 1 The commission nt the secret ses sion presented an extensive report of their conferences with President Mc Klnley and Secretary Uoot and a glow ing account of the banquets and recep tions tendered them In reference to the third clause of the Piatt amend ment the report stated Unit the United Stutcs wo...

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 — 10 May 1901

ra D Conciliation Committee Renders 1 Its Report I MASS MEETING IN NEW YORK ndiutrliil Lender Ailtnoatn Memiir fur Promotion of Closer Itelntlons lliitwnen Kmplnur mul Kniployes OliivoiiHiiit for Nntlnunl Arbitration New York Mny P At the meeting Inst night tho iiuIIoiimI coiuinlttco on nlMUllliitlDii anil arbitration gave out its report Ilio rnmrt says Imt the purpose of I ho organization Is to tMitor into uctlvo soivlcu In this cause of pence mul harmony In the luiliiHtrliil world for tho purpose of preventing strikes and lockouts Tho report advo cated full nutl frank conferences be tween employers and workmen with the avowed purpose of reaching an agreement as to the terms of employ ment It further says the aim Is to cstnbllsh and maintain a honed of com missioners composed of the most com petent persons available selected from employers and employes of Judgment experience and reliability which shall 10 charged with carrying out tho ob jects nliucd at and shall also bo ex pected ...

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 — 10 May 1901

r y v u I Property Damage is Estimated at 15000000 FLAMES RAGED TEN HOURS One Hundred nn Thirty lllochu llnrnril Mnny of Tliem In the Ilrnrt f llic llusl nrM and Uenlilcnee Hand oineit Structures Destroyed luckBonvllIe Kin Mny 4 The most XllFiiPtroiiH lire In tlio history of this Iclty begun yestonlny shortly nffor jioon In a fiitwll factory started by a defective wire acconllni to the best belief and burned for nearly ten hours In that time properly damage estimated from 10000000 to 15000 000 was caused According to the city map one Wied and thirty blocks were burned many of them In the heart of the busi ness and residence section the esti mate of houses to the block Is ten Thirteen hundred of them went up In smoke Many of the finest public and prlvnte buildings were destroyed including hotels theaters churches and residences The casualties cannot be accurately estimated That there wore several poems to bo well authenticated Among them was that of the fire chief who fjustninod a ba...

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 — 10 May 1901

i tf The l4ot oik fieuas NVlll Gash lms boon nppolnlod post master nt Niobrara and will cash money onlors drawn on Ms office Now tlmt tho plow mnnufnolurors havo combined tho fnriiior will tnko rovongo by drngglng l11 produol In ho dirt Tlmt grandmothers mny soinot linos bo moro youthfnl tlmn iiiuIiIhiih Is proven In tho ease of i South Carolina woman who wns n grandmother when but 811 years of ago South Africa Is an unhealthy country cspoolally for tho English Tioro havo boon 1 1728 ilonths In that oountry up to April 1 this year Of this number 87011 died of dlsoaso Oharlos M Groon of Hastings Is rightly named Ho wont to Omaha tho other day to soo tho Rights with 150 in his Insldo pocket Ho saw tho sights but will not see his wad again It is exceedingly popular lately for n porson to disappear and leave no traco of their whereabouts Thoro aro still n few however who favor tho ooronor and undertaker by leaving remains nftor their dlsappoaranoo Tho pooplo of Wymoro havo raised 1000 a...

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 — 10 May 1901

8 i fe r 2 LOVE FORSAKEN J54JJhJ f thst was blithe rrowhllf a breaming the world a loicly totus Ia1 - Am one or whom the fun hath lost Ita ami There was a garden place Whertln mcrhought there blossomed crcty pace That man might crave to look upon her tactl And ah the goUbo ftor Ot haartaeae that It brought met That ll otr Since otherward tla turned oretermote I ahall go down the yean Oroplnir through sterile hopes and crowding fean To darkling solitude too deep for tears Clinton Soollanl In Harpers Daur AmMXwA I A Maid to Order A Story Touohlng on tho Sorv ant Question 4KSHs 3J I s y The table wns cliarmlng Tlio pearly cxpanso of datnask that Infolded It was one of tho Misses Dortnonds most treasured possessions saved out of a general wreck of family fortunes Tho old fashioned silver of those In imitable patterns which no modern Bhop can supply gleamed like Irregu larly shaped plauets at Intervals across the cloth Moreover a daffodil bulb cherished in window sill warmth hud obliging...

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 — 10 May 1901

it n 8 111MIM1 Y M C L Entertains About Forty Guests MEMBERS AND GUESTS TALK Ulerepttoti In tlir lrncnp Itoitni nml Din ner In Mn Hull llnm li Indle AmIM InHeMltiR Y MU A III lie Ofgnnlreil Tomorrow From BittnntKf Dnllji Tim diuuer given lnt ovening to tho bnsinchR men by tho board of directors of the Young Mens Christian league wan very much of a kucccsh In spito of tho dlsngrpcablu weather and those ondlug were well ptcnMil with tho on tertnlnment afforded The guests woro received In tho lrnguo rooniH and tho dinner sorvod In Mast hull After prayer ottered liy Row S P Sharplcss nbont forty guests sat down to well furnUhed tables tho lcngno being agisted In Mrvlug tho dinner hy n committee of tho following nnnied ludlrn from tho various churches MosdnniPB F A Bryant 0 8 Bridgo 0 P Shnw Wilkinson S P Shnrploss and II A Drobert The following named assisted at tho tables Miss Laura Durlnnd Miss May iDnrlaud MIhb Nellio Morrow Miss AunnMoBrldo and MIkhcb Anna and Nellie Seymour Tho tab...

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 — 10 May 1901

I Y SATURDAY SIFTINGS Jacob Qlcloh of Columbus was u city visitor over night F A Boyd was a city visitor yester day from Humphrey Mrs 15 Tanuor was a city visitor yostorday from Battle Creek Miss Winnlo Hartloy is homo from Tlldou to spend Suuday Principal Walter Pilger of Moadow Grovo is homo for Sunday Mrs O S Bargolt departed yesterday for Missouri whore sho will visit She was accompanied to Lincoln by Mrs C S Itayos and Boulah Missldello Taylor of Battle Croek was in Norfolk yesterday P M Housh was dowu from Neligh yostorday on business Mr and Mrs 0 H Vail Iwont to Sioux City yosterday and roturued this morning J W Edwards has rocontly com pleted a regulation half mllo raco track on the fiold southwest of the creamery Miss F W Mount who has boon vis iting at the homo of hor brother E O Mount roturued to hor home iuJOhicago today The plasterers have about finished ap plying the hard finish to tho interior of the Bishop block and tho carpenters have commouced laying tho floor Tho ...

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