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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 18 January 1900

Gbc IHorfolk Elcchly 1Hcws -Supplement NORFOLK NEB IAN 18 1000 COUNTY TREASURERS SEMI ANNUAL REPORT County Treasurers Seinl Annual Statement showing balances of ouch fund in Treasury on Inly 1 1800 Taxes iiml other items collected Warrants redeemed and other disbursements from July 1 1800 to January I 1000 inclusive and balance on hand the Ird day of January 1000 mmimimIviiu Malance Disburse- Balance NAMLOb 1UNDS ltlK Inly 11800 tions ments Ian t 1000 State General 112101 1071 OK 5700 01 1517 01 11811 III State Sinking 218 tl 511 it 77017 15101 128 ll StateSchool U8 81 818 12 1107 21 802 28 271 OS Shite University 120 52 i08 05 510 17 XM 18 lSCI 0l State Inst Feeble M inded 20 51 8 5 28 81 20 11 8 20 State Relief - 18 18 7 18 2511 18 28 7 18 State Reform School Building Ill 1 1 07 112 55 State Live Stock Indemnity 45 21 71 15 21 State Capitol Building 101 88 2 10 100 80 State School Land- Principal 17 80 7i2 17 7i0 07 455 I 2855 511 State School Land Interest 205 0 1 2058 71 2l2t 78...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

Ml W M ft ft i I i i MV IM 1 w M 1 t 1 fi k 1 I i r R ft L if UK 19 m IVv 1 1 I M I if 1 H vm wj I It V Kh I i I hi U 4 j 1 1 1 II hi ft The Norfolk Weekly News jONDON in the dark No Official News Received From the Front TUG OROWDS AT THE WAR OFFICE 1eoplo TIiroiiR tlio Corridor Until After Midnight Nil 1 1 1 T i r i m 1 1 1 1 1 Kegiirillni the INiolllou oT tin Troops Tluit Iluvo Arrlvcil Sltico Itohertn Took Coinmiiinl London Jan an The ussi nhlngo iu Pall Mull outside the war olllco and thoso privileged to wait in tho lobbies reluctantly dispersed at midnight after tho llnal word that nothing more would bo announced Tho morning papers wont to press with conjectures and fore casts of all sorts striving to guess out something from Spionkop General Hollers infantry to roach tho summit of iipionkop must cross u nat ural glacis three quarters of a mile wide and climb GOO feet up a steep Klope JNobody hero seems to known not even the war olliee what Lord Roberts has done with his largo ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

The 4ortf oik fleuas W N HUU10 IMbtlrtior n DAILY VVlnWUIm1 tWTSZS oxrniil Smiiliiy lljr crurinr wooV cent Mr niMl imr nnr JMOO WKKKIV IblnMlhliml HSt mall inr jonrllrO rKnlPTOil nl llin IWolllru nt Norfolk Nott epcoml rlnn ntntlnr Toloiilioiin No El por 111 sptlo of all tliolr otlorlH to hulu tlio ruth tho lomoonitlt forms nro gotting voijr norvouH In npUo of all tliolr otlorlH to conceal tliot tlio KiikIIhIi In South Africa nro liucoinitiK insulTiirablv lloorod Tlio talpgrnpliiQ nmrtiKcs from tlio Philippines for Homo tinn pasl liavo nvoniKcilfWSfiOOOii nunitli for Uiiulo Saui 1oot liiiuroatn Aiutin HayH that Kng land guiirdrt tlio mm Whllo that may bo It is very ovliliuit that tho light ing tills ynnr is on tho land Whon it cotniw to lawantl ordor thoro nronltogothor too many lllco tho man down In Maino who wiw for tho llklcor law but agin its onforconiont Tho Into Dr MoQIynn wiwii grout friend of tho poor Ho had no patience whatever with tlio idoan ho commonly provnlliiig that n...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

I- J 4 AKDND EPUODE B v w n j wyjnu irurjui r ii IS--- COPyR1GV1T IN THE LIFE OF AMELIA BUTTERWCMH r DY ANNA KATHAPINE GIVEEN AUTHOR OFTHELFAVEHVjORTII cafe BEHIND CiaEb DOOG TIAJ MTAItt NEXT DOO 1897 CI AWNA K ROHUV ETC ETC CIIAPTKIl XXXIII ATinn oati But iu niiotlurnioinunt bhowns buck licr oyoH diluted and hur wholo person breathing out a torriblo purpose Do not look at 1110 do not notieo mc hIio cried but in a voieo ho hoarso no ono but Mr C5ryeo could fully un derstand her I am for no oiioh eyes but Gods Pray tliat bo may bavo mer cy upon ma Then na nho saw ur all instinctively fall back sho controlled bersclf and pointing toward Mother lauos cottage said moro distinctly Aa for thobo nion lot tlioin dig Lot them dig the whole day long Secrecy ia for ua a Hccrccy so absolute- that not oven tho birda of tho air must seo that our thoughts range boyond tho -10 rods surrounding Mother Janoa cottaga Sho turned and would bavo tied away for tho second time but Mr Gryco stop ped her You...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

1 The flop oik Aetna Any mnn of good jndgiuont who can coimnnml nnd bring Nobriwha 1000000 for Investment In HOO will hnvo 2000000 in MHO If ho buys only raw prairie ut present prices J Stor Hug Mortons Consiirvntlvo Tho Columbus Journal wants the poo plo of Platto county to Wok up tho heels because of mi ovldonco of pros perity thoro which is ovMoneod by tho county records It is this During tho year 1800 just closed there was tiled in tiio county dorks olllco 515 real os tnto mortgages aggregating 50553131 During tho sumo tlino 708 real estate inortftnKCH wero released amounting to 00lM 10 By this it will bo scon that Plat tocountyulono reduced its ninrtgugo indebtedness sfJOI IU7K8 DuriiiK tho year only eight moil gages in f orceins uro wero tiled If ilatto county may bo taken as a basis to inure from tho in debtedness of tho state has been reduced several millions of dollars On our present acreage a normal corn crop in tho United States means at least 2000000000 bushels An ndvanc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

ft t fi i I M It I1 rt l J t P 4 i I u J I ft FRIDAY FACTS Arthur Cnrrick who has boon em ployed iu ono of tho now stifrar factories in Michigan during tho past campaign hns roturncd to Norfolk Tho suinll fhga nnd hunting nscd for decorations along Midn street woro iuito generally romovfid List night many of tho visiting firemen npproprliting thorn as sonvonirs of thoir visit to Norfolk Tho Farmers institute which moots in Orrs h ill on January SO and 27 promises to he nn unusually interesting session fraught with prollt to tho man who tills tho soil This opportunity to loaru ho v others aro doing should not ho niised by any up-to-date farmer in this community lit Roy Arthur L Willhms bishop coadjutor of tho Episcopal church of Ne biaska has been honored by having tho degree of doctor of taered theology con ferred upon him by tho trustees of tho Western Theological seminary of Chi cago This is 0110 of tho llrst two de grees conferred by thoiuhtitution Spencer lJatterfleld who had hi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

IX 1 i i lh K G RAPID DIMPIllNT Northeast Nebraska the Best Section of the State BOMB INTERESTING 8TAT1BTIG3 YiituniiMr niliitlftln 1 Kill aOHM Hllll o Aliitiitt DniililtMt slum IHUI tilth Mini ArinK 1 Nriitly Unulilril iiiK Vnliio nr IiuiIucIm Put- ni 7AII A1 Ourliutil cf liin oily liiw com pilinl u viilunlilo nitil iiilcrcstiiiK oiiciilnr conlaiiiiiiK llfMirtH of iiiiiuHhoii lo twwn I ho Notth lMiittoiinil South Plutto count riea iff NolrnUn nuil wliioli also hIiowh h wontlorftil Kiiin tit ho valuo of Irt oduilM of both stotioiiH of tlio Htato Ilio oompariHon fuvotri northeast No braslta to n rotiiatlmblo oxtont Ho hit roilucos tlio huIijim I iw follows Thu followiiiK tabhm hIiowIiik tho HUrilus iigrkiilmirnl proiluota nuirkototl NOinn iiatii 1WM opulation Census IHiH Acres cultivated Average valuo 1807 7n H10 I2J Sri8llll Corn It81t7i 00 Wheat ljt7H7l 25 Outs 8MIIH 00 live 111100 Of Mixed Krain 180 IfO 00 irlt00l 25 NOKTII llATTK 180i Aoros cultivated 1 107 1 Corn Wheat Oats Mixe...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

V Commencing Today We will Out Prices on All Heavy Winter Weight Warm Lined Slippers and Shoes to close Davenport Bros Norfolk Nebraska SIMPSONS CORNER Offlco Hurdys Coal Olllco Firo insurance Furm mid City Loans and Koul Estate Como uud sco mo T E SIMPSON Tli Wiiithor OouditionH of tho woathur as recorded for tho 1 hours ending at 8 a m to day Maximum tomporitnre 42 Minimum temperature 5 Avorngo 2i Snowfall inches 00 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for month 12 Barometer 2082 Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight and Friday Wanner north portion to night THURSDAY TIDINGS Norfolk lodge No 40 I O O F will moot in regular session in Odd Fellows hall this evening The Ladies guild of Trinity church will meet with Mrs Dr Ilolden tomor row afternoon at tho usual hour Mrs Richard Petor celebrated her 50th birthday last evening at her homo on Braascb avenue A largo number of friends were in attendance and all en joyed a very pleasant evening Otto tho 7-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Emil Koehu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 25 January 1900

k K 8 Boars the Signature o fAA JitV J r v p fV iiRil A Night ofTorror Awful anxiety was felt for tho widow of tho bravo Qonoral Uurnham ofMachlas Mo when tho doctors said sho would dio boforo morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attonded her that fearful night but bIio bnggod lor Dr Kings Now Discovery whioh had more than once saved her life and cured lior of consumption After taking sho Blopt all night Furthor uso ontiroly curod hor This uiaijvollous medicino is guarautoed to euro all throat ohost and lung diseasos Only fiOc aud 100 Trial bottols freo nt Kiosau Drug Co drug store OASTORXA er the s 1 tie Kind Ycj Have Alas Boujht More Iopular Tlinn liver Since 1890 tho Hot Springs of South Dakota have been recognized as tho ro sort for western people All things uro favorable for those seek ing rest health or pleasure This season iluds tho resort well patronized by people fromNebraska Iowa Illinois Miuuesota Wisconsin aud eastern South Dakota and everyone woll satisfied with tho Wond...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

- r b ii 1 11VIVU i 4 loo a riv wm m ih im l JL JLLJCj GOBBBL WORN IN Oath of Office Administered by Judge Hazclrigg OHANQES MILITARY COMMANDERS Fit Vln IJxot Hllvti Iminoillnloly Imtitu urKB Ailjtltniit IciHliil 1I1L vn for lion1 m AinmliilhiB iunornl diitisor 1sot sKroitT Fob 1 Tho condition into rtnor Qoobol oirly this morning 11 s tor than nt nny tiinu during tho ii IIo was asleep mid no ltlnptonis had appeared H1 Koin Feb 1 William Goobol wlstMic ly boforu oclock List night 8Wonu s governor of Kentucky and TO Cokbam a fow minutes latur took tlwf V- J it governor Tim oa l t0 both men by cJfiiut Tttiftieo nir u jo of tho court of nppeals Thovl o mako Goobol governor was soun lou curly in tho afternoon A st was pi o pared saying that tho J hich had pi opired tho contests inor and lieutenant governor had avoided in favor of Goobol and Beckham that the boards intended to icpoit thoir iludings to tho legislature but that I hoy had boon pic vented irom doing so by tho action of Govern...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

TheflorffoikHeixis V N HUSK IMbllMlinr AY lulnlilliliil Iv1 Kvory ilny nonit Siimln ll cntrlnr iir wonV A cento II limit Tivif JrtlM WKICKlV IXnMIMiivl ltl Kvory TliiirmlnjrJlljr mull mr ynirjl V Kntnrnl nt tlio IWtilllro nt NiitfuU Nnli nil toroml cIam niullnr Tntniilimm Nn 12 If yon want other pimple to he inlor oMoil in yon lw Intotestod in thoni It is n lino acoinpliHliniont to he ugood judge of hooks lint It 1h ii fur greater ano to ho u good judge of limn Tlio llntiiimiit Oily Whirlpool u Klondike newspaper Ih IhmiumI montlily noils for 1 00 a copy mill Is edited by n woinivn Utah is to hold t now eongroi Hioniil olootlon but it Is Hiifo lo say that no ploygninlHt will ho luontionutl us n candidate Hrynn after taking iliimur With a Now York inillioimiro of Taiimiiy famo rofiiHod to rido thioiiKh Goiiiiootiottt in ft pnluco car John HuHlciti in dead but his splendid oniiohling Influence upon tho worldH thought and action gooi marching stoadly forward Tho Hours lnwo commanded th...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

ti R ln ir K V I S IW B p Iti IrS B in e u SBnTT7sr7cr3 t bV iI l A J U I Ci J CJ fA J tt M f AV VJ JMftm t -V I H J7 1 wM P Ya iHfifeLiRJ i7 urv Vsi oV jv - COWYEJGMT J d ae you when thoy wero hero before You child ho gasped striving howover to restrain all evidences of shock ami terror Why who was it called in tho police and set them work ing in Lost Alan slane Was it not I Yes that they might not suspect you and perhaps that they might sus pect us Hut it was useless Obadiah Trohin Althea Knollys children havo been long suffering but tho limit has been reached at last When you laid your hand upon my lover you roused a spirit in mo that nothing but your own destruction can satisfy Whero is In- Air Trohin Whero is silly Ku luri and all tho rest who havo vanished between Deacon Spears house and tho little homo of tho cripples on tho high road They havo nskt d mo but if any one in Lost Alans luuo can answer that question it is you persecutor of my mother of ourselves whom 1 hero de no...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

i s i i t t i h li f a if ta w tc cl TheHottfk 13 is Tho fnrinois tntituto which clncd itnlntorestlng and tnstnictio wwslon in thiscity Hattitdty oumtng was woilhy of n far bottci nttcntlntue Hum it ie ooivod The men win woio hoio as instiuotiiM inttk among H1 IUJ land in tho Hues which they toprcsoitt mill it hooius iilntol a ciltno that moio of our fanners 1U1I not cnthiaco l ho opportunity tobeeomo better iiifmmeil Mi subject which arc of practical bone lit to Ilium Nobinskit is pmcly mi jigilntlttirul state and anything whidi loaches how tohcttireullhnto llio toil is invaluable nml instead ol having mi nUoiiibtnro or ii tlin iunlitulo of last veuk should hao been at ended by fully MM intcrcstcil fat mots The Mb annual Kossion of llm Ne braska PuSHiisocht Ion hold at Ijinroln hist week was piodurlivo of much good lotho nuwspipor publishers who woio In attendance Ilui papers tend hoforo I ho at social ion woio all ol u pvactical nature and ilin discussions which lioy brought out w...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

itf f t li M i - i i i FRIDAY FACTS Miss Brynn it Iho Tniiotion is very sick Mrs Priestly of Oikilulo wns in tlio oity yesterdny Attorney A A Woluh of Wuyito was n visitor in Norfolk ycstonlny Mr Vail lias opened up n luncli counter at tlio Palace of Sweets lw W II Hut hoi is cntntaininj the K1IV00 Klutoh tnis afternoon County Superintendent O W Ontni was in Iho city over night from -011 Ed Cropper ami A O hijilm of Wurnervillo were in tlio city last even ing V 12 lilshop of Nnv 1 liven Conn is in tlio eity looking after property interests II 0 Mat run returned Inst eveniug from a two weeks trip to Chicago and other points east Mosbrs Geo Weatherholt P 1 Hansdell and Andrew Leaf wetoin tho oity lust ovening from lloskins M Ziminer of Neligh brought his ilaughtor down yesterday for surgical treatment at tlio Salter sanitarium Tho Wayne Hopuhlican styles tho class of work done on tho now court of that county us generally huinniy An operation was performed on Otto tho little son of Mr ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

1 J G TUESDAY TOPICS II V Uiunhtut of llurco In ii city -visitor toduy K Halo or Hut Mo Crook wim u oily visitor yoMoiduy J O Sproohor of Srhuylor was a city visitor yostonUy 1 V Hundiik 1iii roturnod from his btisinoss tilntoOiunhii S T St lohn of Hasting hud ls noKsin Norfolk today Krcd AltsUdt of Madison wim in town yoMordny aftoiiioon Dr Mo Kim was ovllod to 1loroo yos lorday on profossional buMuom Mrs Kitohoy of tho liosjillat for tlio inmino n turned this noon fiom u visit to Wavno Dr K S Hlulr and IM Hoy11 r Wuyno ttansaotod litiHiiiiws in thucitv yostorday Maitln Wolsh jr of Tildeii visited i to iitiur nt tlm liosnlul for tlio In- KI1II0 IllSt WOOU Tho WodnoMlay oluh will moot with Mrs 0 11 Il jnolds tomorrow uftur noon at a oolooU 1 Ij Uvnoarsnn of Madison sooro Jury or tho Madison county ujiriuuUurnl hooioty was a city visitor yostorday V Ilifton Kddy who is in tho employ of tho American Hoot Kupir Co has roturnod from n ploasuro Hip to Omaha Jurry Ourrollon roprcHontliiK ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

A li hi I 4 I h t t r t Commencing Today We will Out Prices on All Heavy Winter Weight Warm Lined Slippers and Shoes to close Davenport Bros Norfolk Nebraska SIMPSONS CORNER Offico Hardrs Coal Offlco Fire insurance Farm and City Loans and Ileal Estate Coino and soo mo J E SIMPSON Tho AVcilthor Conditions of tho woathor as recorded for tho 24 hoars ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 12 Minimum temperature 2 Average 7 Snowfall inches 00 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 12 Earomoter 2050 Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight nud Friday Slightly warmer tonight THURSDAY TIDINGS Collectors are out in force Tomorrow is ground hog day Rev Win Hoelzol is sick with tho grip Ludwig Koeuigsteiu is under tho weather Mrs Chas Fix is still seriously ill at her homo in Edgewater Park Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Mark Purviance living over the Daven port livery died last night The weather today is again most agreeable to everybody unless it is the coalmen and icemen and they mu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 1 February 1900

N IV v 2M Kxporlmiro In I ho ll it Tcnolntr Wo must ho willing to lourn from tho oxporionco of othor pooplo Every toH timoniul in favor of Hoods Sivrsupnrilliv is tho voice of oxporionco to you and it is your duly if your blood is impuro mid your health failing to tnko thin inodioitio You havo ovory reason to oxpeot that it will do for you what it has douo for othors It is tho host medi cine monoy can buy Hoods pills euro - gostiou stole hoiuluoho indi Stood Dmttli on 13 IJ Mumlay a lawyer of Henrietta Tax onco foolod a grave digger Ho says My brother was very low with malarial fovor and jaiuidico I por suadod him to try Elootrio Hittors and ho was soon much hotter but continued their aso until ho was wholly cured I m suro Electric Hittors saved his life This romedy oxpols malaria kills dis ease germs and purifies the hlood aids digostion regulates liver kidnoy trouhlos foumlo complaints gives per fect hoalth Only BOo at Kiosau Drug Co drug store A Nllit ofTarror Awful anxiety was l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 8 February 1900

T T 4 aMuM The Norfolk Weekly News ARMIES Iff ACTION Concerted Advanc Upon the Boers All Along the Line EOBERTS MOVING FORWARD lloiiorlod to llnve Itogun tho March on liloeinlbiitcin BOLLER REGR0S8ES THE TUOELA Alleged to IlnTn Tnkeu One fl 111 ntnl to Have ltetiliil n Collator Atlnck ly tli Itoom AiHhiico to LiiUyiutltli Checked by Oelrriuliifiil Iteilatnuae London- Fob 8 Tho British col timns nro putting themselves in motion in nil parts of tho South African wnr Holds A combined attack on tho Uoors appears to bo in progress General Buller has gained a footing on thu plateau north of tho Tugola after two days hard fighting On tho far western border Lord Mcthuon has begun u turn ing movement against tho Boor right whilo Gouoral McDonald threatens tho Boer flank thus relieving the pressure on Lord Mothuens front Lord Roberts who nccording to nn iuformant in closo touch with the war office is in tho middlo of tho theater of war has begun tho march on Blooinfon tein Tho Boers lmvo tako...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 8 February 1900

MI 1 V V H The fiorfolk fSiecas W N HUflK PiibllHlmr DAILY lXnlillclintl IM7 Ktorr tiny ornil Ktititlii rnrrlnr cr wool UcontK lty mnll imrnnr SUM WKKItlY IXnlillnlinil lSl Kvory Tliunilinlly mull inr onr 1 VI I Htntnrnil n tlio lwtolllpo nt Norfolk Nol n pccoiitl cIiim nmltnr Tnlniilimin No 221 Vhnt sewn short outs toddies usually oiid in povoity while one who has stillW ciout grit to stand llrinly on principle and Uro id upon thrift mill li Itnnto IniKlnesi methods to ciirry liiiu to the goal of fori uno usually aiiives them nnfoly A trio of Italians attempted to wink tho gold liricli falio on n Catholic priest at Sm HiriiardlnoCJiilifornia lust week This Is evidence of tho fact time some rogues woud not hivdtiito lo bunco St lotor lilmsolf should thoy linvo an op portunity Thodcmslty of thn provorlilal lioudon fog Ih trnnspmmt in comparison to tho cloud of gloom which hangs over tho grout olty and will not lift until news of victories of koiiiu niugnitudo uro received from tho va...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 8 February 1900

ffl i I I s r f w i y 4 SLfe1 Tav Vv- A other young lady her sister who must nUo be Buppnou wmi a wlilto dross tho material of which however had hotter bo of crape All these things must bo horo by Wodnosday evening my own best dross included On But urdoy ovening you may look for my return I Mhall bring tho latter young lady with mo so your present loneliness will bo made up to you by nn ugreoablo guest Faithfully yours AM WI A BUTTEHWOIITII Tho second letter was a longer and moro important ono It was directed to tho president of tho company which had proposed to send Mr Ostrander to South America In it I related enough of tho circumstances which had kopt Mr Ostrander in X to interest him in tho young couplo personally and then I told him that if ho would forgive Mr Ostrander this delay and allow him to bail with his young brido by tho next steamer I myself would undertake to advanco whatever sums might havo baeu endangered by this delay I did not know then that Mr Gryco had already ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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