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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 9 August 1901

I m 11 M r H 1 h VI hi 1 1 Navy Department Decides West Coast Needs Attention ORDERS GIVEN TO WISCONSIN If Miehlns Isnt Protection Enoiiflli Dnttleahlp Will Follow Government Officials Fcor Revolt In Columbia 1 Enclnnucro Pioperty WiiHliliiKlnn Auk Itinl lioforo tlio navy hiartincnl cIohuiI ycHloiday nn order wan Hunt to Untiiln looiKO C llultor of tlio Imttliflhlp WIhcoii hIh now at AiiacortcH ninr tlio Iugot iiotiml naval Htallon to ingcooil to Han JrnnolHto from which point tlio lmtllo ftlilp will ho iltapiiUhctl to Panania In enflo the Htato tloparlinnnt ioihiohIh tho proHonco of n war vuhhuI on tho rarlllc hIiIo or tho IhUiiiiiih Thin action waH talton uftor ActliiR Secretary llncluU had roeolvod a com imtnlcallon fiom K Hliiiiiionii iioh1 dunt of tlio Panama Railway company polling forth tho norloiiHnoHH of llio filtuatlon on tho Intlmum and HiiKKORt Iiik that waishlpH ho Heat liolli to tho Atlnntlc and tho Paclllc hIiIu MALVAR FIGHTS FIVE HOURS Hla Insurgent Force Manngeo to ...

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 — 16 August 1901

fff THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY AHU'ST 1(5 ( 11)01. ) Joliet Lodges Vote to Obey Shaffer's Order , AFFECTS OVER 3,000 WORKMEN. Contract IB Identical With That to . Which Chicago Workers Adhered , ' but Plea of Tighc and Davis Wins 1 the Day Call Next at Milwaukee. Jollct , Ills. , Aug. 1C. The four lodges of the Amalgamated associa tion employes of the Illinois Stool com pany at the Jollct mills by a unani mous vote decided last night to obey the strike order of President Shaffer , The steel mills were closed at noon to enable the members of the associa tion to attend the meeting , which was called by National Assistant Secretary Tlgho after his arrival here yesterday. Ho was accompanied by Vice Presi dent Davis of the Fourth district. Both mon presented the sldo of the association to the local members. It was argued that In order ti. secure the organization of nonunion workers In the east It was essential that the western men would have to Joi...

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 — 16 August 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : HUIUY , Al'UTST 10 , 1001. The \V. N. 11U81C , 1'tiblicluir , IIAII.V. K\et ) ilftj rxriM't SHIRT. Hjr carrier IS cent * . II ) mull i i yen jn.OO. Tim Jmin nl , i > tntilUlicd 1811. Kvoty 1'rlilny. HT mnl. i > or > enr Jl.'iO , Kutnrml nt the rnttoltlen nt Norfolk , Nob. nt cunil clnn mutter. _ TeU.lintif t rdltorfnl Hrimrtmoiit , No. I2 llutliioii Olllco ntiil Jot ) Itnoinn , Nn , S22. Republican State Convention. Tlin rri > l'ln\Mi [ < > t llinitntonf NVIirniilin lin'iiliy rnllcil to moot III cnmntmim nt tun nmlltorlnm In tlio city o Mnro'ii , Noli. , on \YiMliietilnr. AuKtut IK , Mil , nt 2 o'clock In tlio ntt rnoiin. Cor ilio tuiriiocodf plncliiK In iioiiiln ntlcm rnnillilnlcn lor tlio ( olliixvinu ulllcoi to IKI ml'il for nt thA next i'tinrnl uloctlmi tu lie lio'il In tlio ttiitu of Nalitmlin on isovonilmr ft , IVU11 Ono JiiilRa nt 0 a mipromn court ) two rotnnt * of the unlvflfMt ) ( it ihonlnluuf Nohrmkn , mid for the Unlit nc turn < ...

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 — 16 August 1901

THE NOKPOUC NEWS : KltlDAY , AUGUST 10 , l)01 ! Neither Side Makes Decisive j Move in Big Struggle. " - NO EFFORT TO START IDLE MILLS t etrlkers Make Gains at Plttaburg , McKeesport , Bellalre and Wheeling , but Main Advantage Is Still With the | Masters Boys In Tube Works Quit. Plttsburg , Aug. 14. Neither side moved decisively yesterday In the great Industrial conflict between em * players and employes In the steel trade , and the result Is still In the bal- . The strikers made gains at Pittsburg , McKoesport , Wheeling and Bcllatro in the last 24 hours , but In the main the advantage Is still with the mill owners. Both sides claim to be preparing moves that will bring confusion to opponents , but neither eldo has shown Its band. The situa tion can be briefly summarized as fol lows : Ton men , flvo of them skilled , quit at the lower Union mill of the Carnegie company In Plttsburg and * joined the strikers. Their defection represented the first break lu the Car negie forces of mor...

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 — 16 August 1901

Til KNOK FOLK IsRWS : HUDAY , AUOUSTlfl , l Ul. South Chicago Lodges Refusing to Quit Work Disciplined. AGAINST ANY RECONSIDERATION Assistant Secretary of the Amalgn * mated Association Falls to Coax I ' Western Steel Men Out Doth Sldeo Claim Gains In the Dig Strike , 1 Chicago , Aug. 1C , There will be no ntrllte of tlio employeu at thu ntee ! inllls In South ChlciiKO. Thin point was settled liiRt nluht , when tlio men refused to reconsider thu nctlon taken Bntunlny nlKht , at which thno they flocldod to stand by tholr contracts with thu inlllH nnd refusal to join thu strikers. After they had declined tn rucotiHlilor , Aflslntant Secretary Tlgho of the Amalgamated association , who cnmo to Chicago with tlio Intuntlon ot ccurlng a revocation of I ho nctlon of Saturday nlht | , If possible , dc- clnrod that ho revoked the chartorH of both lodges of thu Ainalgiiniatcil asno- elation In the South Chicago mills nnd declared the men outside of the or ganization. Thu men rooted liln an no...

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 — 16 August 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUUrSTN ( > , iflOl. EndofLongripiomatlcContro- ) ; vcrsy at Peking in Sight , CORN AND FLOUR GO IN FREE. Provision Will Be of Great Benefit to the United States , Particularly to Pacific Coast New Tariff Is to Be I Effective Two Months from Signing. 'Mshlngton , Aug. 13. The fltato do- partiuont 1ms received a cablegram from Mr. Rockhlll , nt Peking , report ing that the draft of the Until protocol has been agreed upon. A tariff of G per cent nd valorem , effective , will bo put In force two months after the sign ing of the fliml protocol , excepting on goods shipped within ton days after Blgnlng , and Trill continue until the conversion to specific rates has been effected by the export commission. The Chinese free list Includes rice , for eign cereals and flour , gold and silver bullion and corn. This Inclusion of flour In the free list Is of much Im portance , particularly to Pacific coast shippers. DAWE8 VISITS AT CANTON. Comptroller of Currency an...

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 — 16 August 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : .FRIDAY , AITIUST 10 , 1JI01 , Ho who cam-en OHO tree to grow where none grow before IH benefactor ( if IIH ! rnco. Plunt trees. Tlio range of the thermometer In country is from 125 below to I'Jfi nbovo. The great dillloitlly In ( tint tlio extreme ranges nro not available when most do- nirod i An Austrian manufacturer advocates the formation of trusts for tlio purpose of lighting tlio "Ynnlcco peril. " Per- Imps tlio niitl-truHt men will noon Imvo n world-wide battle. Tlio corn crop may bo n partial fail ure but nothing linn been reported wrong with'.tlio crop of lion fruit , which IB almost IIH important us corn. May her heiiHhlp arlHo ( or lay ) and meet tlio emergency. If the follow who invented tlio cigar ette box that plays "Nearer my God to theo" every time it is opened will now provide n similar attachment , for the fool mid the unloaded gun ho will have nerved hiH country well. Fremont'H bank clearance * ) were .f 18S- 073 ( luring the week ondlpg AugUHt...

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 — 16 August 1901

T1IK NOllKOLlv NEWS : FRIDAY. Al'dl'ST IJ ( , WOI , SIMPLE WORDS THAT HAVE TANGLED UP ENGLISH COURTS. fiome Tor HIM < if AlimiHt Viic Tluil I'rntcil ( < > lie Too Pro- foiinil For tin ItifflllKcttcn or thr Lcnrncil Itoncli n ml Ilur. In incase tUt came before a famous loid justice some time ago the counsel for the prosecution In the evidence hail to intuition a "blouse. " The Judge asked what a blouse was , and It was explained that this was part of n lady's dress. But the case came tea a dead stop for the time , for the Judge did not know which part , nnd nftor Borne hesitation the barrister admitted that hu wasn't sure. Several learned brothers gave their opinion , some opin ing a blouse was the upper half of n lady's costume , while others Insisted It must be tlio lower half. The entire court , filled with learned celebrities whobe heads held all the laws of Ilrit- nln , from pitch and toss to manslaugh ter , argued It out , but nobody wns sure. The Judge thought It was ...

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 — 16 August 1901

8 Till- : NORFOLK NINVS : FIUDAY , AlfJlrST 10,1001. F. H , Livingstone the Author of "Which is Who ? " PRESENTED HERE NOVEMBER 10 The Author and Mr. nntl Mrs. H. S. Livingston0 Lofl For Nebraska City This Morning ° Begin Rehearsals. Forty Weeks' Season ArrnnEod- I'rom Hiilimlnr'n Dnllyi Perhaps there are few who know that Norfolk IH the birthplace of what prom ises to bo ono of the loading theatrical HUCcotKCM of tlio Reason. That the play was not only written and prepared hero luit that the route wnfl laid out , the pnpi-r and company sccurod and all the preliminary work for the season done IIM-O , nnd that suoh work has boon going on slnco early spring. Mr. Frank 11. Livingstone , who makes his homo horn , and has on several occa- nlonH been of valuable assistance in bringing HUCOOSB.to amateur entertain ments and has rehearsed these taking part In school and otherpubllooxorolHOH ) , bringing much credit to himself and his pupils , is the manager of the company and will bo assist...

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 — 16 August 1901

TIIRNOUKOLK NKWS : F1MDAY , ATdUST 10,1001. SATURDAY SITTINGS. Mrs. Fisher returned to her homo in Mmliflon tills morning. Mice Kdim Glnsn of Wiusido is the guest of Norfolk relatives. E. B. Ovelnmn returned last cveiiing from his visit to St. Joe , Mo. F. A. Heeler left for the cast ycstor- doy noon to purchase ix fnll stock of dry goods. G. II. Marquardt nnd family departed last evening for their visit nt Hot Springs , S. D. Mrs. W. H. Widauinn and daughter , Pcnrl , vent to Albion this morning to visit for about five days. George. Brooks of Bnzile Mills was in the city for a short thno yesterday on his way home from Omaha. Work on the masonry on the north side of the mill is well under way and the old turbine was removed today. Mrs. S. K. Long and daughter , Ethel , left tills morning for Denver and Col orado Springs for n few weeks' visit. H. E , Glissman has added sotno gro ceries to his meat market business and the Fair store hns received some of the fixtures for its moat mark...

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 — 16 August 1901

.1 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 10. 1001. f ' WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , K. A , Orum is In the olty today from Creightou. J. Newman went to Denver today on tt vncntlon. Mnt. Porrott of Randolph is Ilio guest ot Mrs. McKim. MTH. James Gray is camping for 10 days nt LOIIK 1'ino. W. H. Blessing wait in town from Hadar yesterday. Miss Vera Hponcor wont to Btnnton today for n short visit. Frank Dearborn of Way no was n Norfolk visitor ycstonlny. Ml us Preston of Madison IH visiting at the homo of Mr nnd Mrs. S. L. Gard- nor. nor.N. N. A. IlntnboU anil Dr. Frank Suitor wont to Long Pine on u flahiug trip lust evening. It IH estimated that 1,000 people attended - tended the Worktuuii plonlo ut Hart- ington ynstoiday. 0. 15. Burnham was down from Til- don yontonlay on business. Ho didn't go uoar the tihow. The inorry-go-rouiid has returned and IH being Hot up on the lot west of Fueslor'H tailor shop. MlHH Anna Lobnow who bait boon vis- itlng with Norfolk friends , wont to Fremont this mo...

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 — 16 August 1901

TI1R NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , Al'dl'ST Id , 1001 , II 4 ' i ' ' Tired ' ] t Eyes Sensations exist for our guidance , They are Nature's warnings. Over-worked eyes demand rest , Eyes that tire easily call for help. Properly adjusted glasses afford the only assistance possible. We make a specialty of relieving tired eyes and guarantee satisfac tion. G W , p. , OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. PARISH Fresh Celery Just Received , PARISH The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 34 hours ending nt 8 a. in. to day : Maximum temperature ill Minimum temperature f > 5 Average 7 ! ! Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth UO Barometer 2001 Forecast for Nebraska : Generally fair tonight nud Saturdny. FRIDAY FACTS. An Uncle Tom's Cabin troupe come in over the Elkhoru nud went out over the M. & O. this morning. The nrrivnl of the private car of 0. B. Keyes , division superintendent of the Union Pacific , last evening on a pay trip , gladdened the hearts of the em plo...

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 — 16 August 1901

THK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , ATOTST 10 , 1901. Champion Stallion Breaks the World's Trotting Record. 'ADBOT MAKES GOOD SHOWING. Gelding Comes In Half n Length DC- hind In Second Hc.it Disastrous ( Break Given Creoceus Pronounced ( j Advantage , Which He Holds. Now York , Aug. ! ( ! . Tlio trottlm ; In- tort'sti ) nf tlio lOmpIro City liavo not received mii-h a boom In a quarter of a century UH was developed yoiilorday at tlio Brighton Hunch truck , when under I ho nnsnloeB of the Now York Trot I Ini ; association the champion ntnlllon and champion willing. Cros- COIIH and The Abbot , came together for a purseof $111,000. Tlio Abbot , with hlH record of 2:011 : 1-4 of last sea- non , and CroHcomi , with hln murk of 2:021-1 : , made at Columbus , wore-to decide the < iupntlon of which wan the one lo go ilown In history as tsio fast- cut I rot tlnj ; horse now living. There wan a Jargor crowd present than ever won on it Now York trotting track. It waa about 8:30 : o'clock when the dr...

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 — 23 August 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL. NORFOLK , MWKVSKA , KHIDAY , AlT.l'ST L , ' * , 1UOI. ° Cfn. . Challenger for America's Cup Sails New York Bay. STEAMERS SALUTE THE YACHT. In Trial Trip She Makes a Highly Fa vorable Impression Friendly Fleet Follows the Irish Boat Columbia May Guard the Cup. Now York , Aug. 23. Sir Thomas Llpton's now challenger for the Amer ica's cup , the Shamrock II , had her first trial spin In New York bay yester- f day , and although It only lasted 90 I minutes It was a most satisfactory I * performance fiom start to finish. Sir Thomas Upton and Designer Watson , both of whom wore on board the yacht during her trial , expressed themselves as perfectly satisfied with the result. In sailing about eight miles to wind ward against a two knot breeze , she covered the distance In 57 minutes , and the reach back of six miles In 40 minutes. At times , while on the wind , T + J she put her lee rail under a ttffle , but i she showed herself well able to carry * * * f he...

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 — 23 August 1901

TI1K N'Oltl'OLK NKWS : FRIDAY , Al'Gl'ST 23 , 1001 , The Norfolk Heuus . N. UUBK. . Pulilltfuur. OA1I.Y. KutnMUIipil. IK1- ! . KTIUJ < I T Mri | Hiiinlny. lly currier t > r wooli , 15 conic , lly mull \ > nt ) onr , trt.HO. WIIKI.Y : : Ni\VN.iUiuaNAi : < . The NIWN rttnlt lulmd 1N"I. Tim Jotminl , pMnMUIii'il 1M7. KTOty Frlilny. lly mull i > nrnnr , tl.&O. Kutfirivl nt Din I'ortolllcn nt Norfolk. Nfll ) , n t. < ioiiil rlnn mnttnr. niioiir * ) Kdllorliil Dcimrtment , No. 22) ) lnMiipM Olllrn anil Joe IliMimt , .No , 812. Republican State Convention. Tlio rcnuilillrnim < il tlio tiitnnf NclniiKkn urn lie why uilloil to mi'Ot In rniiimitlnii nt tlm tiuiilllnrliim In tlm city of Murom , N li , on \\iMlncfInjr. AiiKMBt 2 * HOI , nt 2 o'clock In Iliu nttimiouii , for ilio ( inriKin ) ( if | ilnclnu In noinin ittldii rnmllilntcn ( or tlm following utllrix to Im tut'I fur ill ttin unit uunnriil ( ilnctlon to lie lin it In Ui Mnto of NolirmU on iMivuinbor fi , 11M 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 — 23 August 1901

TI1K NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AHiUST 23 , 1001 Colored Population Forced to Leave Peircc City , Mo. < CNE CREMATED IN HIS tlOME. All Blacks Having Been Lynched or Driven Away , Furious Crowd Runs Out of Material and Quiet Returns. ' Wrong Man Is Lynched. Pclrce City , Mo. , Aug. 21. For nenr- ly 1C hours tills town of 3,000 people lias boon in Iho hands of n mob of armed whiles , determined lo drive every negro from the city. In nddl-j tlon to the lynching Monday night of "Will Godloy , accused of the wanton murder of Miss Gazelle Wild , and the shooting to death of his grandfather , French Godlcy , the mob yesierday ere- , maled Polo Hamplon. an aged negro , ' in his home , sol the torch to the houses of five blacks , and with the aid of state militia rifles stolen from the local com- , pany's arsenal drove dozens of negroes - groos from town. After noon the excitement - citomont died down , the mob gradually - , ly dispersing , more from lack of no- Eroea upon which to wreak the...

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 — 23 August 1901

THK NOKFOLK S : HUDAY , ALTJUST23 , Io\va Democrats Name Him to | Head the Ticket , FERGUSON IN CECOND PLACE. Cliortlcy for Judjc , Johncon for Super- Intcndcnt of Schools , and Drlco for I Railroad Comnilnolonor Kansas City Platform Is Reaffirmed. IJoa .MolnoH , AUK. M. 'Plio Domo- cralH of Iowa In state coiivuntlon jioin- inated Ihu lolloping tkkot : ( iovomor ThomiiH J. 1'hllllpB of Ot- tumwa. Lloutunant Governor Q. 13. Korgu- con of Logan. Judge ol ( no Supreme Court John Bhortloy of Douglas county. Superintendent of I'ulillu liiBtrtictlon \V. I' . Johnson of Carroll. llutlwny CommlsHlonor A. C. Urlco of IkMltonl. Tlio iiliitfonn reafllrms tlio nut lot Al Iiliitl'onii adt.ptod In 1'JOO at Kansas City and eon-aliis a plank on state Is- tiuuH , demanding rulonn In taxation lawfl , repeal of tlio mulct liquor law iiiul enactment of a local license Inw. Tlio cliluf contest In the convon- tton wan the adoiitlon of tlio platform. Tlio Btrugglo began In the district caucuHi-H heM befor...

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 — 23 August 1901

TIIK NOKKOLK NrKWS : FRIDAY , ATCTST 2 , ' 1 Missouri Mob Avenges Murder of White Woman. ONE HANGED IN FRONT OF HOTEL Second Victim Is Riddled With Bullets. Boy Killed and Several Persons Wounded by Indiscriminate Firing of Mob at Pierce City , Mo. I'lorco City , Mo. , Aug. 20. Will j Oodley , n negro , was lynched by a mob j i composed of 1,000 armed citizens ' shortly after dark last night for the | murder of Miss Wild , whose dead body , was found yesterday In the woods near hero. I The mob went to the jail about 9 o'clock and battered down the doors and throw ropes around the necks of Godley and Jean Carter , another sus pect. Qodley was hanged In front of ; the Lawrence hotel and his body rid dled with bullets. Carter's guilt was I not clearly established and ho was taken back to jail. Ocno Carter has since been taken out by the mob , riddled with bullets and left dying In the street. After , Godley was strung up there waa much shooting at the body , and a small boy j was kille...

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 — 23 August 1901

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , Al'Ol'ST 23 , ii)01. ) The Norfolk The Mictiiy'H country Is expanding Virglnli democrat i have also tltml- anted Bryan nnil Brynnism. It in cMinmted Hint the United States Meol corporation IH lofting lit the rnto of fHOO.OOO u dny in business on account of the strike. Iowa WITH arc | irodictliiK thnt Cum * mliiH' plurality will bo about 100X)0. ( ) .Anyway it IH about n nuro tiling to pro- illct that 1m will bo elected. A MtuFonrl exchange unyH that an Indiana town has had a Bhowor of crickets but St. Louis had a fall of homo- thing citizens with long memories call water. The thrcnti'iii'd Hcnrcity of potatoes hnH caused the St. Louis Globe-Demo crat to recommend rice. HH a sultnblo Mibstituto. Both nro chii'tly composid of March. The Omaha News thinks that If Admiral Schley was intoxicated at Han- tinge the government should supply its ndmiralH with quimtitles of the kind of liquors used by him. A young Frenchman aged 22 , 0 feet mid ttliioht'stn height ...

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 — 23 August 1901

'Tnfi ' NORFOLK NtiWsFUIIUY , Arotisr aa , inoi. PAINTINGS THAT HAVE DONE THB fr T WORK OF DETECTIVES. ImHnnccN Wlirrc hc Cnnvfm of nn ArtUt linn Iel < < i ( he Conf.-F.nlon of u Criminal A 1'ortrult unil a Stolen Diamond Pciuliuit. An nrtlRt who had suddenly become tltnost fjunons by Ills production of a painting exhibited tit the Uoyul acad- ctny was one day called upon by u mnn whose visit was productive of the most extraordinary and undrenml of consequences. The picture represented u lonely stretch of beach , upon which the sea wus boating in long , creamy rollers. In the foreground , bending over a dead body , was a man with a wild expres sion on his face and with a nuked knife lu lila hand. A ship's boat , evi dently Just benched , was also In the picture , and by the side of the mur dered man was a bag of gold. The pic ture portrayed the advent of two cast aways upon a friendly shore. The one had murdered the other so that the treasure might be his. The painter's visito...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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