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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 May 1901

i t I i i J m 10 CITY BUSINESS Council Avpror Sim HomW nml UntitTriuiifor if Drny llrnmo Tho otty council met Inst night in ad journed fobMou with Couiiollincn lirnm tumult Clements Dog Spollnmu Uhlonml Wcstorvolt present Mayor KocnigMcin nntl Oounollnion Gow nnd Walker were nbpcnt President Brmiw mnnd cnlleti tho council to order and presided nt tlio motion 11 H Miller nppcarcd lioforo tho council nnd rcipustcd that hobo allowed to transfer his drny license to O A Itlchy ns ho hnd Fold Ids wagon to Mr Itlchcy nnd tho licctiKO hnd only been xunning two days On motion tho ro quest wns grnntcd Councilman Wnlltcr appeared nt this tlnio nnd took his sent with tho council Tho nppllcntlon and bond of Frank Fitch for u haloon nnd liquor liccnso was examined nnd found correct nnd Bulllolcut Tho npplicntion nnd bond were on motion approved nnd nllcenso grnntcd to Frank Fitch Tho Application and bond of W H llinh for a plumberH HcenBO having boon approved by tho water commis loners wns examin...

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 — 10 May 1901

r iv b K i tit j r t Ml I GOLD WATCH is wlmt mnny peoplo nro in want of one on which they can re ly find bo satisfied it keeps nccurnte time Wo sell them nt ren Bounblo prices nud GUARANTEE thorn Wo solicit yonr Quo W A TO II nud JEWELRY HE PAIRING 0 F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA VNMMMMMMMIMMMNII I We have just bought 20 Doz Curtice Bros Jams in Tins X at a very low price and whilo they Inst we are going to sell them 4- at 15c per Tin The goods are the finest of their kind and Curtice Bros name is a sufficient guarantee of quality Also a TABLE PLUM nt 15c per 4 can The above goods are extra value and worth at least a tnnl T order PARISH MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 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 you ...

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 — 10 May 1901

V V IK t r iii M i H 51 I ill I 4 1 A O A Head that throbs pains and aches or feels heavy stuf fy dull or dizzy is a poor head to do business with It irritates the temper up sets the stomach interferes with digestion and wears out the brain and nerves Make the nerves strong the brain clear and your head will be right My lieiul would begin lo swim nnd I would crow tllwy and so veik nnd numli lint I would full lo the floor Since tisinir lr Miles Ncrxlne 1 can woik 16 hours a day ntul cil uood I believe It saved my life and cannot recommend it too hlulilv W G Will I r McCltctor Texas Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irritation stimu lates digestion and builds up nervous health and strength Try a bottle Sold by druggists on guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind HEADACHE At 11 drug ttortt 35 Domi 25c JXv4vJ ARt imexccucd roniHc SEMOVAL oruCs una aiHHUirjw 7 nrin fTMUl riRorrancDiTirc sss UVrO J1S SHj For Sale by George B Ohristopb KIDNEY DISEASES ere the most fatal of all dis eases Cm C V...

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 — 17 May 1901

1 Ll la LA Wf I J rs ISTi Bv B B iM changed all that As tho exciting tidings swept through tho city the guardsmen wero bitterly denounced Neither of the men had been guilty of Tin offense but wero caught in a crowd some member of which had etoned tho guardsmen and by mis chance were hit The disturbance was not a serious one and murder Is the title applied by inflamed public sentiment to tho shooting The guards men seem but to have followed their duty as soldiers for they were under orders to shoot If assaulted The bright prospect of a settlement of the strike has not served to allay the growth of vindictive feeling and If the present situation continues acts of bitter revenge may bo expected William Walsh one of the men wounded by a bullet from a member of the Twenty third regiment Is dead With the addition of the Ninth regi ment today there will bo over 3000 guardsmen in Albany r GRAIN GROWERS MEETING Organization to Combat Cereal Trust and Eliminate Speculative Element I Salina Ka...

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 — 17 May 1901

I- t 4 il s 11 i 11 Ii 2 art The Norfolk HeJs W N HTJ8E Publleber UA1IV KMatillslifxt M7 rr ill HnnlT Ir farrier ek It etuis ltj mall ler jrn JW r Entered M Urn rostofllee nt Norfolk aeond class matter TeleiJionest Editorial Department lfusliiers Olllce Mid Job Id Nn ooms No M2 ior mKKtY NiWSHlllNAI TbeNewseMaWlflieil 1KM The Journal established 1MT K erj FrldAy llj mull ir jrot 1M Nek l A Cincinnati woman tfavo hor bus tamlii thick coat of whitewash for comluR homo drunk ami announced thnt there wnn some of tho cloiuminR mntorial loft in tho pail for tho saloon keeper if ho would cull Hit roforin method limy not have br wide n range as thnt of tho famous Mrs Nation but it will probably bo just as effective whero applied Thcro is ft Blmnp in tho Btrnwborry market in Oninbn whioh will bo pleas ing intplllRcnce to lovers of tho berry if not to tho growers Two earn of tho fruit wore received WedneRday morning nnd with tho lot of hold overs on hand bring tho price to f 160 to a60 per cb...

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 — 17 May 1901

i i I I fi l B I Albany Rioters Prove Too Much for Police STRIKERS DITCH MOTOR CAR Oppose an Attempt to Operate Street Car LlneB With Non UnlonUts Men I on Second Car Out Assaulted Mo- torman Is Knocked Senseless Albany N Y May 15 Two at tempts to run street cars yesterday brought bloodshed and riot on such a ecalo that tho local police aided by ecores of deputies and Plnkcrton men were unable to quell tho disturbance and tho Twenty third regiment of Brooklyn has been ordered out They are expected hero at noon Ono man lies in a hospital seriously wounded ono of tho two cars tho com pany attempted to run Is in tho gutter of a 6trcet not two blocks from tho car house wrecked and the trolley wires aro cut In several places prnctlcally crippling tho road Near the car houses are thousands of men and women and children wrought up to a pitch of frenzy that bodes 111 if tho floors of tho car house open to let out another car Insido the car house afraid even to look out of the grated windows...

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 — 17 May 1901

1 rfcl ii in ran Sabers Bayonets Stones and Clubs Arc Used NO ATTEMPT TO MOVE CARD fyVagon Load of Strike Breakers Guard- ed by Cnvnlrymen Attacked by Crowds Along the Route Sixteen of the Nonunion Men Injured Albany N V May If So nnrloun In kho Rlttintlon lioro ovor tho Traction company strike tlint Governor Odoll toontponod u trip to tho Htnto liinlltti itlotifl which ho liiid umlortnknn mid returned to tho cxecutlvo inaiiHlon fTwo thousand nrniod HoltllorH nro jwlthln tho rlty limits nioro nro com ing mid fiOO nro In rondlnonit to movn to Troy when Inventor Odoll ho or Hers Tho Btrootn nro thronged with excited mon nnd women and tho oilier jwIbo qulot tiny terniltintoil In blood shed A drnnintlc olemonl wnn added to tho ilnyft fonturoa by tho middon idcnth of Adjutnnt Goiiornl Hoffman An long ns tho Trnctlott company IflotB not nttompt to ntovo enrtt or bring In nonunion men tho crnwtln on tho rtlrcot rcmnln Rood natured oxcopt for tauntliiR tho noldlorn and pollco but tho Instnn...

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 — 17 May 1901

X n no i City of Paducah Strikes Snag at Brunkhorst Landing TWENTYTWO OF CREW MASSING Bodies of Two Passengers Who Were Drowned Recovered Craft Lies In I Twenty five Feet of Water and Will ft Be a Total Loss 1 Grand Tower Ills May 14 Tlio etenmcr City of Paducah sank In 25 feet of water last night In less than flvo minutes after striking a Bnag while backing out of Brunkhorst Land ing The bodies of two passengers who were drowned have been recov ered and 22 of the members of the crow most of them negroes are mlBB lng All of the officers were saved First Mate Tobias Royal of St Louis said only nbout 12 passengers were on board and all were saved ex cept two The body of Dr J W Dell of Bells Landing Tcnn was taken out of his state room Tho remains of a young woman on which wbb a visit ing card reading Mrs Mary L Al len 3430 Eada avenue St Louis Mo was recovered from her state room Several hundred dollars worth of jew elry was found on her body The passenger llBt has not been re covered...

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 — 17 May 1901

1 i it i t IS B The Norfolk tfeuis You mny be nblo to stump almost any railway official thoso days by aching who tlio head push of his road in Now Yorkers spout about 75000 for carnations during Knstor week ami no doubt considered tholr duty to tlio oc casion well performed It is assorted that tlio last thing nec essary to mako tlio ilulTalo exposition a niaRiiltlcont success lias happened tho carpenters have struck Tho Onmlia News spoils NoIIrIi Nealy which Is phonotlo ohourIi to answer tho requirements of tho most radical spoiling reform advooato Tho populist central ooilimlttoo Is still ondeavorliiK to havo tho brethren cash up for eleotlon dobts but Ih finding tho campaign thankless and woll nigh hopoless Tho Llttlo Hook Republican thinks thoquostlon of tho hour for tho demo oratlo party Is whethor It can unload Bryan or Bryan unload tho domooratio party An oxohnngo glvos Tips on Handling a Gun For iU Kontnoky roadors and thoso who handlo tho unloadod Run they should now rIvo ti...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 May 1901

i vkk v IS if w a- r I erst THE HIDDEN MEANING nigh lovc the crowded strwt Countless wires both cross ml meetj Piths ro they lor fslrjr feet jjjj Shod with tlnhtnln from the sky Unseen messenRm tilde lyj Wlut they bear nono my descry Often when the wind Is strong s We cm liesr their walling song Bome those slender threads slon 1 tint In Ustnlnfr who can Mjr As the rncssairo rIIiIm sway Whether It be sad or gay t Bo In crery human breast irs pome mystery unexprctnea Een to those ono loves the best Only wo oursclTcs may know As our hurryin life beats ko i v i v t nwr Whether It bo Joy or woe Uolso Hush in New Orleans ACCORDING TO LAW By A Quad Copyright 1001 by O U Lowla I wasnt a tramp but I had to be come next thing to ono In n sense With my having been 111 and out of work for months with my being penni less and seedy and dlBcourngcd with my asking for a meal here and a bed there as I tratnped the highways be tween London and Liverpool no ono could be blamed for sizing me up as n pr...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 May 1901

ii H i 8 IT IS NOW Y M C A arlir LrnRUri I Concerted Into nn Atnlllnry Will Soon li OrcMilinl Vrom BMnrtlw Dally Thonctlvo members of tho Young Mens Christlnn lcngno met Tuciulny vvening not to lilri a sad farewell to tho organimtion nntned as Y M 0 L but io welcome It as a Young Mens ChHw ttnn association with now lifo nud vigor Tho conctitntlon of tho Y M 0 A wnfl presented by Stato Secretary Mooro and was ncceptcd by tho members of tho Young Moiib Oliridlan league and tho organization wh completed by tho election of nlno dlrcctord Tho twiird of directors met Thursday evening nnd organlyjd for work elect ing their ofllccrsnH follows president L Sessions vlco president 0 J Chap man secretary R R Smith j treasurer M O Hazon Dircctorn 11 TCole 11 A Howe 0 O Gow 0 II Wood II L Snyder Already tho work of tho new organ ization has begun with an Intercut that predicts great results for the coming year Tho lodlcB met ThnrHday after noon for a conference relative to the woik and organized ...

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 — 17 May 1901

If r X SATURDAY SIFTINGS Mrs V Huobuer of Piorco was iu town yesterday B 13 Visoy was iu Norfolk yostorday from Belgrade Guy 11 Wilbor was lu tho city yester day from Wayuo O A Oablomau of Madlsou wns a city visitor yostorday Mrs H A Tawnoy and daughter of Piorco were iu tho city today Dr Rouiy of Oraig visitod friends horo for a short timo this wook Waltor Pilger is down from Meadow Grovo to spend Suuday at homo Thoso Ohllvers and B Woolvorton wero Norfolk visitors yeatorday from Piorco F 13 Coopor and E P Coopor of Oakdalo had bUBiuoss iu Norfolk yes torday Rov A S Merrifiold was iu tho city today in tho interests of Graud Island collego Mrs A Griflln ofj Bancroft was a guost of her friend Miss Luella Homy this week J T Shrhnpton of North Beud Neb is visiting at the homo of Mr and Mrs O 0 Gow Tho Newspaper uiuo wont to Pierce today to ougago iu a contest with the boys of that city Win Sidlor arrived last night from Kalamazoo Mioh to visit at the homo of his brother D P Sidler Fish...

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 — 17 May 1901

10 TO IMPROVE PROPERTY Ohjrrlo of Ihr Artmtimi Vnlley Sueur IrrlEnllon lmiil Co In Which W S larilniiiif r U Intrrmtril Tho Now York Commercial of Mny I has tho following to sny of no Arkan sas Valley Sugar licet Irrigation Land company of which W S Pnrdonner 1h prwddent nnd general mnnoger W S lardonncr Is vlco preBldont nuil general malinger of tho Oximrd Construction Co of No 112 Nassau street Tlitn company practically con trols tho now corporation tho pnrohaso of tho Oolorndo territory having been arranged through it Although tho ArkniitRR Vnlloy Co mid tho American licet Sugnr Co nro closely minted tho former will opernto on dependent Hues Tho American Co lms contracted to pmelutso tho product of tho Colorado concern until tho fao torieH which It proposes to coiiHtruct imi ready for oporution W S Pnrdonner who Iiuh just re turned from Colorado said today that tho company had taken over tho prop erty of tho Amity Land Co nncl tho Iroat Plains Water Co which consists or about 125...

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 — 17 May 1901

i i i Ir T X J i I V w0mm0m ESTABLISHED 1070 A FEW FACTS WE ppII only pood goods that aro worth bnying WE wish to sell you only whnt yon wish to buy WE hve all tho novelties with out the fancy prices WE want you to look at our goods often and long if you tnnlinuri fir lint f WE do everything to sell our goods EAtirT to umrepre tent them WE try to avoid making mis takes but never to avoid righting them WE repair fine watches find jew elry to SUIT YOU C F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA VlNMMMMWMIMimMMMVMaaMWMMIrIMr J We have just bought 20 Doz Curtice Bros Jams in Tins at a very low price and while 4 they lafet we are going to sell them at 15c per Tin l The goods are the finest of their kind and Curtice Bros name is a sufficient guarantee of quality I Also a TABLE PLUM at 15c per can The above goods are extra value and worth at least a trial order PARISH H MONARCH MIXED PAINT The Best Paint Made Will cover 300 square feet two coats Contains pure lead and oil Shown by chemical ...

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 — 17 May 1901

n v V2 Dfopsy starting in the feet or ankles comes from n wenk or diseased heart a heart that cannot keep up the circulation The blood then settles in the lower limbs where the watery portions oo7c out into surrounding tissues causing bloat and swelling The heart must be strengthened and built up before the dropsy can be cured to stay and the be9t of all heart medicines is Dr Miles Heart Cure I hail palpitation short nosi of breath pain In Imart swelling of foot nntl nnltlos hungry spells nnd Was conn nod to my hod and easy ohnlr A fow boulos of Dr Miles Iloiirt Cnro tniido tun well Mna C OsuoiiNic Clyde O Dr Miles Heart Cute gives new strength to the heart regulates the circulation stimu lates the digestion and restores health Sold by druggists on a guarantee Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind HEADACHE At all drug ttorr 25 Doeta 25c ii a KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases Cfll C VO KIDNEY CURE It I rULEI O 6uarant8id Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recogniz...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 May 1901

M I j 4 NEBRASKA NORMAL COLLEGE WAYNE NEHUASKA J M Tint President Celia M Chask Secretary A school where voting men and women can begin and complete an education This supplement should bo suved for future reference JSmwk s lilt so antojELllJ MAIN COLLEGE BUILDINGS AND GHOUNDS The building is located on a beautiful campus of live acres just north of the city and three fourths of a mile from the depot having good walks lead ing to it The dormitories are on the blocks adjoining the campus The col lege building is built of brick nnil tinishd in poplar It has four Iloors Tho lirst floor contains thfc Music rooms and rooms for the presidents family The second floor contains the presidents oflicc four largo recitation rooms library and cloak room The third floor contains the chapel commercial room and a cloak room The chapel and commercial rooms arc connected with large sliding doors The seating capacity is i0 The fourth floor contains six largo rooms The entire four Iloors aro heated with...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 May 1901

1 i tA ft n I V t I N 4 vHmi nnt111 1 Jl LA mutMmmJkti4imti Tho increasing demand for those trained horn mid tho success of those who linvo gbno out from tlfo school nro iUsbost recommendations lst Term SolldOooniulry Caesar Physios PolHTl Foonom iKnlm tnoinbfr of the dims gjos u public lecture each term Tho preparation for this ooitrso toqiiiios a thorough ntastory of n n - a SrilJNTtlMO COUItSK 2nd Term Trigonometry Cnemtr hoiulstry Moiitul Sotonoo lid Term Trigonometry Clconi Anal Chotn English Mist Ith Term Siirtng Memo Geology fith Turin Itovlcw Virgil Rovlow Eng Lltoratuio Scion Enn rofusslonal o urso If students lm studied some of tlio regular studios oftliiH count llioy may complete some of the wore of tliu Teachers coin so In thoSolentlllo cars work 1 Mi il 1 ill This course embraces tlio following departments Ainiunmaurs History Mid Literature Lntln Nnlural Science Mental Science and Political imy Tlio Mathematics begin s ith solid geometry and continue with Irlgonom otry ...

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 — 24 May 1901

X A The Norfolk Weekly News Journal flf 1 81 Question Comes Before Presby terian General Assembly COMMISSIONERS ARE DIVIDED Two Hundred and Fifty Committed to i Dismissal but Are Open to Convlo tlon Eloquent Speakers Discuss the One Great Subject Philadelphia May 24 With do quctico born or tho solcnm lmportnnco of tho question commissioner to tho Presbyterian general assembly yester day began the debate on tho revision of tho eonfesslou of faith Urllllaut leaders of tho church advanced their views In a calm dispassionate manner ami tho entire discussion was devoid of acrimony With a lull realization of the great Importance of the subject tho assembly proceeded to consider and Investigate thoroughly every de tail of tho proposed changes lu tho creed Calvary church was noblargo enough to accommodate the throngs who clam ored for admission Many of tho spectators did not leave tho church during tho noon recess Although fre quently requested to avoid demonstra tions tho audlonco repeated...

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 — 24 May 1901

a i m iv if I- Rverr day INt 10 ytmZsg3F i - - ii- Hosiery Sale One case Womens Genuine Alaco Foot Fast Black Hose we place on sale Monday morning at per pair DAILY KrtablUhod JN1 except Sunday Hy currier ccutn Hy mail per yenr td00 lior tVEKKIY NKWS iIOUIlNAl The New ettnblirheil lsl The Journnl cMabllidipd 1817 Eery Friday Ily mull per yenr JlM Eiilereil nt the loeUilllco tit Norfolk Nob n coml clnn mntter Teleiibonrf Kdltoria Department llueluen Olllce aud Job Hoomt No 12 No S22 Tho Shnmrook is certainly having a had run of preliminary luck but a bad beginning doesnt always prosago a bnd ending ESecrotary of State Porter now haB nn opportunity to appear boforo tho court nnd explaiu why ho should not bo classed with thoso republican ofllcinls who failed to bo as honest as populists required Mr Brynn cannot imngino himself Bitting still whilo Mr McKinloy has been going about getting plaudits of tho pooplo Ho thereforo mado a short tour into Missouri and was quito successful in attr...

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 — 24 May 1901

V IE 10 118 Employers Show Signs of Com ing to Terms STRIKE AFFECTS UNCLE 8AM Way Block Work on Government Ves eels Department Orders Transports Transferred From San Francisco to Bremmerton Navy Yard Washington May 22 Both tho navy and war departments aro appre hensive aa to tho effects of the ma chinists strike on government work now In progress Tho navy depart ment received word that tho strike toad spread to largo private yards on tho Pacific coast whero a number of warships are under construction and It is expected that eastern yards hav ing naval ships to build also will bo affected The war depatrmont was In formed that tho strike was likely to Btop work on tho two naval transports Egbert and Rosecrans now repairing on tho Pacific coast Secrotary Root skcd tho navy department to assist In forwarding tho work ponding tho tleup and Acting Secretary Hackctt of tho navy ordered that tho two army transports be taken to tho navy yard at Bremmerton on Puget sound for tho completion of...

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