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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 14 June 1901

j i 8 ra SF i The i24th Anniversary of the Birthday of the Emblem MAKEIT A FESTAL OCCASION An AilrtreM tt the Airlcitn People lnn corning lie Proper Oliervnnrn of the Day On Ihe Murulngof June 14 litt FiK Flutter From Kvory llnuetup II O Mntrnu who has boon appointed patriotic nldo of tlio O A It for Mndl hou county Is tn receipt of i oopy of tin address to tho Amorionu pooplo concern ing tho proper obsorvnueo of Flag dny whioh Ih Juuo 1 1 Tho address In given herewith in full with tho suggestion on tho part of Mr Mntrnu that tho day bu suitably obBorvoti us requested Juno li will bo tho lJIth anniversary of tho birthday of tho Uniunl Blnto 11 When it is cousidorod what it has oost to give Ivirtli to this Hag what it cont to maintain it and what it menus to this nation nud to tho world thoro 1b no honor Uo grout that shouid not bo con ferred UpOU it Our ling was born in tho throes of liberty wounded In tho battlon of free dom and sanctified in tho ratine of buniaulty It should bo ho...

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 — 14 June 1901

I IT I V SATURDAY SIFTINGS Judge J B Barnes was In Poucn yes tordny on bnsinei B Miss Minnio Miller is clerking iu tlio storo of Beeler Bros Mrs P II Patterson hns returned from n visit to Dnulnp Iowa Mr and Mrs Geo F Boyd of Oak dalo were city visitors yesterday Fred Grimm who lives southeast of the city lost a vuluablo horso Wednes day Miss Erarna Miller will go to Lyons Monday to attend tho wedding of a friend A J Darland is expected homo to night from a ImBincsB trip to Knox county Miss MosBie Burk of Oakdalo is visit ing at the homo of Mr and MrB O J llibben Wm Ferguson has returned from Omaha where ho haB been employed for a short time G M Thompson is homo irom the north and expects to remain hero for n week or ten dayB J B Maylard returned last night from Omaha where ho attended tho grand lodge of MasonB The Methodist dhurch at Pierco was etruck by lightning during last nights Htorin and was burned A F Enos editor of tho Stanton Picket is in the city looking after busi ness a...

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 — 14 June 1901

v f rV jftMMfe f 10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES Mm Snrgout of Piorco In visiting 1 tho oitj today 0 1 Pet on was an over night visitor roiu Oreston Tho Trocadoro Is receiving Interior improvements Nino patients wore brought to tho Aylnni last wook K A Bollock niado a bnslnoiw trip to Madlsou foday Kvan Evans o Oornloa paused tho Dlght in tho city Hngoll Stancllff was a Madison visitor in town yostorday S L Gardner tnmlo a business trip to Plerco yesterday Chns M Hall of GrolKhtou In a mors visitor In town today O H Witter of Wayno trausaotod business in tho city yostorduy Flro crackers aro alroady on tho market and small boyH aro It Mm W II Ulnkoman and Mrs 10 12 Coleman visited at Plerco yesterday Jerry Dorhoy of EntornoH wan among tho out of town pooplo horo yostorday Mr and Mrs Thomas Elliott of Modi non visited friends In tho city yoHtorday Tho barber shop of Hartford Kuliuloy la boiug ropaperod aud painted Hawaii ohaptor No 40 0 13 S will liavo a regular meotlng tomorrow iDR John P Smit...

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 — 14 June 1901

w n0ium f iwwwiWwim FOR ONE WEEK Commencing Juno 8th wo will noil auy article in our Show Win dow FOR ONE DOLLAR Special Values Seo thorn G F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK - NEBRASKA MMMNHMIMMWMMMWMIM Ilr PARISH Has received through the kindness of Mr Burr Taft from his old home in Vermont a small lot of NEW MAPLE SUGAR J This is the real thing and you t can depend upon it 20c per lb 9 f y M f iT mT T jt YOURHOME will look barren and cheerless no matter how much furniture you may have if yon dont have the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to suit the Blender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed Paint the best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO GREAT reduction MILLINERY IF YOU WISH the Best Valnes for Your Money get I OUR PRICES before baying Miss E J Bender The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 83 M Inimnm temperature 57 Average 70 Precipitation 40 Tot...

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 — 14 June 1901

M l 1 I I i FB J I m i i1 tif r f V V I 1 J I1 SJ i si55 - V yr nm X XC f 12 58 M a ar 1 1 JOHN TOPR PIRATE ffJ M H W By Weathorby Chosnoy and Alick Monro aorrnrarrt ItCO irr wrATiiKnnr cnnmxr Ann amok xumto uxutnriunoiui ur il a oouitajl F 79i OIIAPTMll XXX Tho burning clrcln of sun bnkod rcii j vitn wlileli wo linrt cuenncrt win PJjKoly llko n vnst frying pun ntul ui NlJvliiR got out of thill wo woro y nwir muling ourselves In i ip nm M1Kul wn cnrrylng im 1u torture ntitl uvcn his hi Heugoful UMilty could Invent for us mi fnt0i llw Unit llio iilunder of Tin i i LV In togolhpp with other booty Slv K T M on ii lonely IhIriiiI iniJ 1 lirI of ft crippled dolnrd kloubtless ft WBtwrntl voyigo would hlWei Ho would have havo been b tou now tlmt the tnlIcs been chnrnicitumI1 turno 0 w wcro oirot bo wth ll0 M h s ncqunlntfc for thUB tho nuto a his former Jnll wouI mvo unothcr S ctMrc vcd that nil our balns Iny fathoms ms B Join wit tho 111 ffttcd Sif bul pvo would not ngltnto meed mind by I...

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 — 21 June 1901

1 lh Is i lt l I f FJ 1 41 a - y The Norfolk Weekly News Journal 1 1 1 in Xob W - rcnl oc0 I son wag not confused dunin as- examination yostorday and nrovuu to bo a Rood witness for horsolf At tho conclusion of her testimony iho court adjourned Mrs Wiley mother of Mrs Olln Castlo fainted whllo Miss jGovernment Sells Its Interest in Bon wna testifying I Sioux City and Pacific OUGHT BY THE NORTHWE3TERN Auction Is Held In the National Cap Hal Uncle Sam Realizes Over Two Million Dollars Out of His Railroad Interest Washington Juno 21 Acting under tho authority of tho act of congress approved June 6 1900 and a notlco Issued jointly by tho secretary of the treasury tho acting attorney general and tho secretary of tho Interior the1 governments Interest In tho Sioux City and Pacific Railroad company was Bold at auction yesterday to tho I Chicago and Northwestern Railway company for 2112000thls being tho1 upset price fixed by tho government and Including a credit of 250000 duo the company fo...

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 — 21 June 1901

i i il i li H illi -- 2 TheNoitfolkHetus W N UUBE PubUHhr DAILY KMnlitlMiPil 1V7 nrr in mpphi muiiIM nr rirrinr vor wwtk lfi cntilv liy mull tnr pr ftuw WKlilt IY NiWSIOUIlNA t Tim News InblMiml IKsl Tlio Journnl rKtnbllMifd 1S17 Kvetj Krltlny Hr mull ior oar SIiO Kiitnrpd at tlio PoMolllce nt Norfolk Noli n ootid clnm mnllor Tulriilidticp Killlotlnl Drimtlmrnl id No 12 1 lttiKltirtK Olllrn nml Job ftoonir No M2 Tho fellows nfllloUri with insomnia will nil envy that Krntrico ninu who nontiuned lo sloop whllo tho merry lightning tore tho outl out of his bed Bioux City is hoping for much good by reason of tho pnrohaso of tho Sioux City and Pacillo lino by tho Northwest orn nml n boom in tho niilronri Import unoo of thnt plnco is anticipated Undo SnmR nnny recrnltliiK ofllcers do not nppcnr to bo successful In nny lnrgo degree Thoy 11ml most of tho do nlrablo mnterinl for recrnitH enlisted In tho nrmy of tho employed Domocrntlc times nro when men nro nnxlonB to join tho nrmy or enter n...

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 — 21 June 1901

im b k M h Mil SB IK Figuring With Mexico to Take Yaqui Indian Lands THOUSANDS ARE READY TO GO fiend an Agent to Ask Concession of Mexican Government Believe They Can Convince the Red Man They Are Friends Will Pay for Land Moxlco City Juno 18 A Mormon agont Jamos M Cannon la hero for tho purpose of securing from tho gov ernment a concession for settling 1000 Mormons In Sonora on tho lands from Tvhlch Yaqul Indians havo boon driven Mr Cannon says Wo bollevo that If sultablo tracts of land nro placed at our disposal In tho Yaqul country wo will do much In this country In tho Interest of peace for tho Mormon church has faced tho Indian problem slnco Its organization We require no rifles In our manage ment of tho red brothor and are always Instilling It Into his mind that wo are his friends and not his foes If tho concession Is obtained a commissioner will be sent at once Into tho Yaqul ter ritory by the Mormon church for the purpose of ascertaining the attitude of the Indians and if pe...

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 — 21 June 1901

r 1 4 M r 1 IMS 111 Prophet Smith and McLand Hanged in Louisiana TREE 18 USED A8 A GALLOWS fTwo of tho PrleonerB Accused of Com pllclty In tho Murder of John Gray Foster Taken From Jail at Belton by Mob And Strung Up Shrovcport 1a Juno 20 Frank Bmlth better known aa Prophet Bmlth and F D McLand held nt Bel ton for complicity In tho murder of John Qrny Foster wcro taken out of Jail by a mob last night nnd ntruug tip to a tree They were left dangling tddo by Bldo Tho lynching occuired on tho ArkaiiBan road about one mllo and n half from tho Jail Moth negroes undo n statement before death deny lng that they had anything to do with tho killing Smith who wan tho head of tho Chruch of God movement In that section and was blamed bb being ro nponelblo for tho sentiment agnlnBt tho whites which led to tho death of Fos ter died praying McLand was silent as ho was strung up As Bmlth wbb toeing led from tho Jail prior to tho elo cution ho wan henrd to say Lord you promised to bo with mo now Thc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 21 June 1901

ft Jfc II B II I Northfield Sinks in Collision I With Steel Propeller r I UQBOATS HURRY TO RESCUE Water Instantly Filled With Struggling Men andWomen ExcltomentAmong Passengers Makes It Impossible to Determine Loss of Life Now York Juno 15 Tho woodon ldewheoler NorthQold which has boon In tho service of tho Staton 1st and Ilallwn company for tho paat 30 groars was rammed last night by tho atcel hulled propeller Mauch Chunk used as a forry boat by tho Central JRallroad of Now Jeraoy The collision of way was the cause of the disaster i UPSETS IN DRY DOCK Transport Ingalls Turns Turtle In Erie Basin New York June 15 While the United States transport Ingalls was In the dry dock at the Erie basin South Brooklyn yesterday afternoon where che was about to undergo extensive repairs she suddenly slipped from It he blocks and capsized One man Is known to have been killed and many fnjured were about 240 carpenters nachlnists and other laborers at work on tho vessel and dock at the time It is s...

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 — 21 June 1901

I If 8 m w Theflorfolkrleuis If yon hnvo money to invrst in a gold mlno put It Into Nebraska dirt Now lfl n good time to bruin snving those Fiinuncr wages for next winters oonl bill or liqmdnting thoso of last winter Bland np for Nebraska Sho has fonr nml a half millions invented In interest bearing securities for tlio benefit of tho permanent school fnnd Tho Chicago Intcr Occnn thlukB tho Volunteers of Amorien are not very fur ont of tho way when they declnro that nlvntlon follows tho flag Tho snltnn of Turkey is now sick be yond a donbt ind his ikoi1o aro some what Manned probably more bo than tho peoplo of any other country v Over 8000 miles of steam railway will bo constructed in tho United StatcH this yoar Tho inllncnco of tho iron horse is following tho general trend and is ex panding Tho Age of Bcnnmont Texas is of tho opinion that Mr Bryan will become a very old man if ho lives long enough to ntone for tho injury ho has done tho democrat lo party v Oole Younger 1b now librar...

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 — 21 June 1901

i t It- A WOMANS WORK When breakfast thlngi ar cleared wir Tb tune Mil nmliWi rltr For she again tits down to think Of something appetltliuj The dinner she mut soon prcpar Or Rive the rook direction And Rmt la the relief she freli When the has made selection not When dinner things are cleared wtj The problem that Is upjwr la juat the same with one word changed What can 1 ret for suppert She wanta to Rive them something new And long Is meditation Till choice Is made and then begins The work of preparation When supper things are cleared away Again Iter mind Is worried for then the thinks ot breakfast tlms When meals arc often hurried Bhe ponders oer It long until The question In decided Then bustles round till she makes sursj That everythings provided That womans work Is never dons Has often been disputed But that shes worried is a fact And cannot be refuted The worry over what to eat i Is greatest of these questions And glad shed tc If some one else Would make the meal suggestions Pi...

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 — 21 June 1901

I 8 IWMIIMIIEK IFtosperity Calls for Another Financial Institution THE CITIZENS STATE BANK TWM ttfRln llimlnrM Alioitt Ihn IMritt of J illy Willi an Aulhortred Oitpllnl if aUOOOO Norfolk Men Aiikiiik te STtockhnlilrr cRrctn SlnrdAirs Dully BaMIo Crook is to havo n now bank Another financial institution at Hint tiroa linn long boon under contempla tion liu4 it wns not until Thursday tlmt Una mnttor wns brought to n foous At that time tho OUlzons Stato bank was torganlzod with uu nuthorlzod isHatalof M000 of which 110000 is paid In Tho oilloers of tho now bank ore F V Richardson proHlilunt 43er3Ionornian vioo proHldoiit Hurry fflatncfl cashier Tho board of directors 3craRiBtH of tho throo oIlioorH linuiod iv JIFIule and W II Buoholz It is rbo intention to begin business reboot tho first of July nnd for tho pros urefc tho Barnes building will bo occupied This is tho second bank for Bnttlo Orook fenftiwifDhnMowu is in tho midst of a rich Oiatl rnpltlly devoloplng country it will mndoubt...

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 — 21 June 1901

i V r I i SATURDAY SIFTINGS II O Matrau is ou tho sick list Hay Donnoly io iu Randolph today H Denny uiado a trip to Nellgh yes torday Frank Hlrsch was up from Stanton yoBterday Sioux Oity 1b suffering an epidomic of barbers itch J M Pile was in tho city yesterday from Way no Miss Ethel Doughty wont to Mndlsou this morning D O OConnor returned from Colum btifl lost evening II E Hardy and son Elmer went to Pierco yesterday Tho noon train from tho east was two hours lato today Itoy Gardner went to Pierco and Groightou yesterday L O Bargelt and Olydo Hayes fibbed near Pierce yesterday Dr A Bear made a professional visit to Creighton yeBterday E M Ehrhardt of Plainview is spend ing the day in Norfolk Miss Bessie Johnson of Bell Grade was in the city yesterday Miss Elvira Dnrland has been visiting Plainviow friends this week O Magensen and wife were in tho city yesterday from Plainview J Channcy Ohilds has accepted the position of night clerk at tho Pacific hotel August Klentz this morni...

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 — 21 June 1901

v i 10 iiiilli More Rnln Gets In Its Work in Great Style KNEE DEEP ON MAIN STREET TTntM Itimtie Down From 1IIIU North went of Clty SlilewMkn lorn llp lftwti Itulneit Ollnrn Tiimilml TrnltM le Ujrtl on nil Linen From WMnUy Unllr Tho west end Is nlloat Tho worst flood Hint has visited that portion ot tho city for ninny years eallod at an early hour thlfl morning It was n dlngor As a result that nootion is guttod side walks nro wnshod out lawns nro ruined and collars aro brim full of thick muddy wntor Somo of tho rosldonts aro swear ing and thoso who novor swear think so too At about I oolook tho rnln which wb out of tho olty yesterday registered in ntul wont on duty For four hours it porformod utoadlly lllod tho govern tuont gango to noarly tho two inch mark nnd doparted Tho ground was already so thor oughly saturated that todays moisture wouldnt sonic But it found n way out Tho hills which cxtond far to tho north wost foil into their old habits and tipped Tho llttlo valloy as usual d...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 21 June 1901

V WbiOIXWi iOOXO 00 ii i Thcro may bo A WEDDING to which you hnvo been bidden Yon dont know jtiet what to buy for a ntetunt ITS A HARD QUESTION TO DECIDE Drop in nud see if wo cannot help you Seeing thiiiRH will pug Kest wlmt you ought to buy nud the price shall uot titer you from buying anything in our btoie 0 F W MARQUARDT JEWELER NORFOLK NEBRASKA 1 PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER WILL SUPPLY YOUR EVERY WANT PARISH iWT 1 T I IT T T T T t t TaTt I I YOURHOME will look barren and cheerless no matter how much furniture you may have if you dont have the walls nicely papered We have a pleasing selection of Damasks Ingrains Glimmers and Blanks at prices to suit the slender purse Remember we handle the Monarch Mixed Paint the best paint made KIESAU DRUG CO GREAT REDUCTION t IN MILLINERY IF YOU WISH the Best ValueB for Your Money get OUR PRICES before buying Miss E J Bender The Weather Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum temperature 65 M Inimum...

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 — 21 June 1901

x x winiiisE 12 y w 2tr IS - a jv X JOHN TOPP PIRATE By Wcathcrby Ohosnoy and Alick Monro comunrrr WOO mr vmATititnnT ciiranmT aito aucx itomv uxuununcuca iir iu a oouutjuu 0jcmwmmm -V t K a x X X lArtCAAxxA oiiArTun xxxi Throe montliH luul clniwril hIiicc ho Scouiro nnlhl from Cnvo Island when tlio Hrlstol Morchnnt drew In between the hnrhor bends Directly tdie roundod the unit n Rlnnee told those who knew tlio spot thnt HoniotliliiR was wrong All the works rnlsed by KiikIIhIi bunds hud been ruthlessly destroyed Weeds were growing nmoiiK a few eharred stumps on the shore and on the platform nbovu there was rank tropleal Jungle In place of our snug trim built dwell ings beneath he palm grove A falconet shot roused speech from the cliffs but brought no reply from human voice The echoes died nway tho Bcreamlni sen fowl settled down gain and silence once more brooded over tho Island Wo began to feel unensy forebodings of 111 The old man could scarcely bo denf to such n summons were bo ...

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 — 28 June 1901

f Vm Y Tie Norfolk Weekly News Journal lis jbk i rcnj So i Defeats Harvard Crew by a f Scant Two Lengths CONTEST A MAQNIFICENT ONE L onors Are Divided In the Two Mlrv or Races Ells Winning the Fresh men Event and Harvard Oarsmen Capturing the Varsity Fours Now London Conn Juno 2S Yalo won the varsity race with Har vard by about two lengths In tho last 100 yards or tho four mile struggle It was one of the most beautiful con tests between tho crews of tho two universities over seen on tho river From tho sound of tho referees pistol to tho llntsti It was anybodys race Harvard got tho best of the start and was Bllghtly ahead In tho first mile Then Yalo pulled to tho front Har vard spurted and the boats woro even Then the crimson shell was a bit ahead and at the throo mllc mark It seemed as if Harvard would ba victorious but tho awful pace was tolling on tho Cam bridge boat Yalo came up alongside again and down tho long line between rows of yachts that flanked tho lino It was absolutely ...

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 — 28 June 1901

1 2 The Norfolk flcuus W N HUBE Punllrber DAILY KMntlUlirM 1KS7 nrr riftr oncrm nmiuiiy iiimmn Mklccnt By mull per year tOOO WKKK1Y N iVS HWJlNA I Mim MtnWUIiMJ ISM Tim JonruM tMaolMirul 1M7 Ktorj Friday T mull ret ytar 1W Knterrd nt tltr Voclofllco nt Norfolk Neb nt contt rlnrt matter Itf ltinnM IMIlotlnl B4 fa jS lMftllmMll No Ill Knultipm CMlce and Job llootnf No S2J Tho pessimist will plenso remember that n heat which will produce sweat will also prodnco com Only ft few days inoro niul a portion of tho people will bo relieved from the duty of liohiug roTonuo stamps Mr Bryan denies that ho is ft candi date for olllce but ho must remember that Bomo have greatness nud olllco thrust upon them Tho heat record for thirty Tunes In Uobraska is held by the present mouth Bnt tho crop conditions are snoh that tho weather 1b guarantee of treinondous irrowth and a bnuipor yield Rah for Nobrafikn Fremont Tribune Among other things Carrio Nation eooms to havo smashed her homo Her husband has g...

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 — 28 June 1901

I M T - y H 1 1 IB Westbound Passenger Plungc3 Through Trestle in Indiana FIFTEEN ARE REPORTED KCLLED Dozen Passengers and Englno Crew J Meet Death In Catastrophe Near Peru Disaster Due to a Washout 1 Three Coaches Overturned Peru Ind Juno 2G West bound passenger train No 3 on tho Wabash railroad ran Into a washout at Caso 15 miles west of hero at 1230 oclock this morning wrecking tho englno and flvo cars It la roportod 15 porsons wore killed Tho train la duo at Poru at 1055 but loft hero ono hour late In chargo of Conductor Brownloy Tho train was running at high speed to make up lost ttmo and at Caso n witch Ave miles oast of Logansport plunged through a trestlo that had been swept away by a washout Tho engine was totally demolished and tho three passenger coaches and two bag gago cars were derailed and over turned Every surgeon In Peru was sum moned and tho relief party left here at midnight for the scene Details are meager but it Is rumored Engineer Butler and Fireman Adams and a...

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