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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 23 August 1901

Till' } NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AtrHTST 23 , 1001. Complaints Must Have O. K. of the County Attorney. PEACE OFFICERS SO NOTIFIED. Now DrUlfto Onlorctl Quilt Across Union Creek on Gr.int Street at Miulison. A Number of Bills Won ) Allowed. Madison , NVbr. , Aug. 13 , 11)01. ) At 1 p. in. boiird of county commissioners mot pursuant to adjournment. Present .lohn J. Hughes , Christ. Sohmltt , und II. W. Winter. Minutes of meetings of July lOlli nnd Kith were road and on motion approved. On motion the following billH weru allowed : F. A. Hryant , nioillolno for LI McGee $0.75 , applied on personal tux fll Ui ! . John II Hultr , folding In treasurer's statement , oto. , $0 ! IO , applied on pur * KOUIll tUX UI ! COIltH , 11. O. MiliH , postage , express , oto. , $27.1)1) ) ) . H. 0. Miles , nionoy paid to W. II AViclaman out of soldiers ruiiuf fund , $100. $100.Potor Peter Hussy , biidgo work , | Hl. ! J. H. Donovan , printing , $31. Jos. Severn , inuroliuudiHO for pauper $ lJJ.r > 7 ,...

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 — 23 August 1901

' THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 2U , 1001. SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Miss Hildreth Sisson is on the sick list. list.Sheriff Sheriff Ha s is in the city from Pierco. Y Burt Mnpes went to Crtighton ycster- diy on business. S L. Eiskino.is homo to spend Sun day with his family. MUs Mar * Sohwertferger went to Omaha this morning. Miss M.irtlm Parker of Kearney is the guest ot Norfolk ft lends. W. II. Dexter came homo yesterday to spend Sunday with his family. Frank Pilgor of Plainviow is- the guest of his aunt , Mrs. Pilger , of this city. Mrs L P. Halo nnd childion hnvo gene to Bolv duro for a two weeks' visit. E. W Hutz and his father have gene on a trip to Buffalo and Now York City. City.Miss Miss Margaret Morrow entrrtaim d n company of twelve ladies at dinner lu.st evening. Mrs Ingles is homo from n s'x-weeks' ' vacation trip through Iowa , Kansas and Missouri. Mrs. G E Moore and children re turned yesterday from their visit to Beatrice. Rev nnd Mrs. S F. Sharplo s loft last night on...

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 — 23 August 1901

1 & 10 THE NORFOLK NE\VR : FRIDAY , AUGUST 23 , 11-01. Sugar Factory Team Defeats Bucliicss Men. A HOT GAME HEHE NEXT FRIDAY Norfolk Vanquishes Bancroft in Spite of Ilio Uniplro by a Score of 0 to G. Will RO to Onkdnlo Thursday Gov ernor Snvnga Sees Hospital Game. Krom TiinnliiyV Unlljr. The bnso hull gatno yesterday uftor- iioon between tlio mi gar factory imi- ployrH mill ( lie buHiiioiw mon of the city WitRnu enjoyable ovunt of the season nnilvhllo thu game wiw not largely Miloiitiflu the playing WIXH not IIH poor OH might bu expected from porous who liuvo not taken part in the grunt nn- tlonnl game for yearn. Tliuru WIVH a very good uttoiidnnco nnd the spootatora wcro given considerable amusomont. The coHtiiiiiing of the players wax n fonturo of the game anil n fuw of the untforniH are worth mentioning. Duv- onjKirt was resplendent in n rod Huit ; llotl'innn wan becomingly attired In an tindorxhirt und long trowsorH ; Kurt Jtlupps were a light cap , undnrHhirt , Muo overalls...

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 — 23 August 1901

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , At'Cit'ST 4A 1001 11 When Children should wear glasses 1. When their eyes are not straight 2. When they cannot distinctly see the blackboard. J. When reading , if they squint hold the book sideways or too close A. When they tire easily of reading Of studying. All sure signs that great benefit wil be derived from wearing glasses. Satisfaction guaranteed. G. . W. OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. LOTS FOR SALE. On Norfolk Avenue , near ! ) th St. , f > 2 feet front , $425. At Junction , good lot , $110. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH Heinz's Pickling Vinegar is the only Vinegar to use for Pickles. You can't get anyone to use anything else af ter using it once. Drop in and look it up. PARISH The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 82 Minimum temperature 49 Average 05 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 08 Barometer 29 50 Forecast for Nebraska : Generally fair tonight nud Saturday ...

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 — 23 August 1901

TIIK NORFOLK : NWVS ; FRIDAY. AruusT 2:3,1001. : [ ' CXODUS FROM NOME IS ON. Every Sttnmer Fiom the North Loaded i With Returning ) Gold Hunters. ' 1'ort TowiiHi'iid , WiiHh. AUK M ( Tliu uxodtm lioiu Nome IH fairly on and each Hteamer turlxlng fiotn ( hero bring ! ! large mimbiMM. Tlio lloauoku , Which arrived yesterday afternoon from Nome , liionrhl KIO rahln | > annen- guru , hotUdt'g u laue ; number In tlio toolano , which malu'H about l.COO who Imvo anhetl , and Horn it-port H uaeh iniccoedliiR ptoaincr will bo loaded. Ito- turning pamumnorn lepoit Nome an boliiR rumarkahly quiet and Illloil with Idle men many "I whom an ) willing to work for aluiont anything In order to got puBimge money , hut them In no TvorU and gtcat anxloty Is foil by ro.nl- duntH IIH to what will bo done with HO many destitute men. The lloanoUo btoiiKht down JOUO.OOU In dust. Ho- tlileu the above , It In estimated ( ho imtiHunKors hi ought $200,000 moru on thulr ponton. Tlio lloanoko InlngR riewn that ...

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 — 23 August 1901

TUB NORFOLK NKWS ; FRIDAY , ACOUST 23 , 1001. [ ' EXODUS FROM NOME 19 ON. Every Steamer From the North Loaded i With Returning Gold Huntcro. ' 1'orl TowiiHond , Wash. , Ang 13. ! 3'hu cxodiiB from Nome Is fairly on am ! each Mounter nrrlvlng from ( hero brliiKH larno nuuihcni. The lloanoUo , Which arrived yeslcnhiy afternoon from Nome , brmiRht Kill caliln pastion- gors , besldra u large number In the ito rnge , which malioH iihoiil l.COD who havu arrived , and from reports ouch MUccoodliiR ntonmor will ho loaded , no- turning pamionncrn report Nome ait boliiK rumiirknhly qulat and Illlod with Idle i.iuii. many of whom aro. willing to work for almost anything In order to got imsnnKU inonoy , hut them Is no Tvorh and great unxloty Is foil by ro l- tlunts us ( o what will ho done with HO many dust Unto men. The lloanoUo brought down JC.00,000 In dust. Mo- eldou the ubovo. It Is ostlmatud the piumuiiKcrfl brought $200,000 moro on tholr pornon. The Hoiinoko brings news that the four-num...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOUMAI , , , , , NORFOLK NKUHASICA I'lUIUY ACCl'ST 80 11)01 ) Two Killed and Twenty-eight ! Injured Near Newark. DERAILED BY SPREADING ttAILO. Accommodation Train on Northern Central Railroad Wrecked Steam , Pipes Burst and Add to Horror of ! Accident-Coaches Badly Broken Up. Nownrlc , N. Y. , Aug. 30. The accom modation train leaving Sodus Point over the Northern Central railroad nnil which arrives in this village at C o'clock was derailed last night at Falrvlllo. Engineer William Moaghcr nnd Howard Tubbs , ticket agent at Bodus Point , wore klllled and 28 per- BOHR were injured. The train was mad a up at Sodus Point and consisted of four coaches , a baggage car and engine , with Will- lam Meaghor at the throttla. The train was running nearly 40 miles an hour. Approaching the station at Pair- vtllo there Is a curve and gravel pit. For some unknown reason the engine jumped the track while passing the gravel pit. The force of the accident turned the engine com...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE NOKFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , , , NORFOLK XKWIAS1CA F1HDAV AUil'ST W 1IHJI r Two Killed and Twenty-eight : j Injured Near Newark. DERAILED BY SPREADING HAILS. Accommodation Train on Northern Central Railroad Wrecked Steam . Pipes Burst and Add to Horror of , ' Accident-Coaches Badly Broken Up. Now-uric , N. Y. , Aug. 30. The accom modation train leaving Sodus Point over the Northern Central railroad nnd which arrives hi this village at G o'clock was derailed last night at Falrvlllo. Engineer William Meaghor nnd Howard Tubbs , ticket agent at Sodus Point , were klllled and 28 per sons were Injured. The train was niado up at Sodus Point and consisted of four coaches , a baggage car and engine , with Will- lam Meaghor at the throttle. The train was running nearly 40 miles an hour. Approaching the station at Fair- villa there Is a curve and gravel pit. For some unknown reason the engine jumped the track while passing the gravel pit. The force of the accident * ' ' turned the en...

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 — 30 August 1901

TIIH NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 30 , 1001. \V. N. UUBl'J. ' I'ubilHluir. DAILY. KitnltlUliP.1. JH.VT. 1vnry I\T ( cxcopi Sntulny , lly currier for week , IS coutt. lljr mnll l > nr jonr , itl.OU. WKIiUI.V NiWS..HUIH.VAI. : . Tim Ncrwn , ritntillrliml 1M | , Tlin Jniminl , fflnlillflird 1K77. Kveiy Frhlny. r mull nor > oi r , $ I.M > . Kiil rt > < > i l tlis 1'oMolllco at Norfolk , Neh. , nt clnn inntlpr. iilinnri'i Killtorliil Oopnrtmntit , No , 22 { timliipff Olllco mill Jon Kuoiui. No. H22. Apples nro n vnhwblo crop , especially this yenr , and thu man who Jinn nil or- cliurd with npph'it on IH nbout us fortu nate IIH tlio man with u corn fluid bearIng - Ing I'nra. A limn in MiMiouri recently Hold thu product of n 1,000 acre orchard for f fit , ( XX ) cnBh , it being obtinmtud thai it would yield 100,000 barrels of fiuit The iiurohiiH ( > r will do nil picking and packing mill tnko all chances of HtorniH Fifty-four dollarH mi ami in not at all bad for ono ...

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 — 30 August 1901

TI1K NORFOLK NKWS : FIU1UY , AtTUST ( ! 80 , 1001 * ? rench Ambassador at Con- , stantinoplc Moves Out. PORTE FAILS TO KEEP PROMISE. Turkish Ambassador Telegraphed Not to Return to His Post In Paris Now | That Proceedings Have Gone So i Far Constans Starts for Homo. Paris , Aug. 28. A sornlonicltil note has been Issued , announcing thnt the porto , not having carried out Its un dertakings with regard to thu disputed questions hutweon the I < 4Jjf ieh and Ot toman governments , M. ( Jonstans , the French ambassador , acting under In structions from the foreign minister of Franco , loft Constantinople Aug. 20 , the data named in his last commu nication to the porto on the subject. An arrangement had been effected Aug. 17 , and Its terms drafted by the Ottoman foreign minister , with the ap proval of the sultan , who had prom-1 Ised M. Constans that the text should bo handed to him Aug. 18. M. Constans telegraphed to Paris .Aug. 19 that none of the promises had been fulfilled , and ...

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 — 30 August 1901

THIS NORFOLK M\\TS : F1UDAY , AUOUST 30 , lilUl. York County Man Nominated . on Fifth Ballot. COOLD AND ERNST FOR REGENTS. Nebraska Republican Convention Do. mantis Immediate Recall of Bartlcy's j Parole and Governor Snvnge Com piles Speaks In Explanation. Lincoln , Aug. 29. The ticket : Justice of Supreme Court Snmuel 31. Sodgwlck of York county. Rcgontn of University Carl J , Ernst of LancaHter ; 11 , L. Goold of Keith. Republic-aim of Nebraska In Hlato convention yesterday afternoon , after n night of con diet nnd n morning of uncertainty , nominated the above tick- < -t , adopted a platform In harmony with party policies and made a now record for Industry In the disposal of The action of Governor Savugo In paroling fiom the penitentiary former Slate Tronuurer Joseph H. Hartley fur- nlHhod , an was exported , the only roiil oxoltoment of the convention. An ef fort to dispose of the vexed question of nn Indorsement or disapproval of the governor's notion oiitnldo the con ventio...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AINUFST JJO , 1001. I Mrs , George Ulrich Twice a Widow by Suicide. BOTH HUSBANDS USE REVOLVERS Becond Ono Seeks Death en Missouri Pacific Train at Plattsmouth Ulrich Was Running Away From Wife Whose First Suicided , riattsmouth , Nob. , Aug. 27. George Ulrich , with his 9-year-old son , was returning from Kansas on the Mis souri Pacific train between 5 uud G o'clock last evening , and just before reaching this city George went Into the closet und sent u bullet through his brain , killing hlmsolf almost Instantly. Ha was 33 years of age , and well knownhavlng worked previously In the Burlington shops hero. He married Mrs. Michael Snellbaker as his second wife after Snellbaker shot and killed him- arlf In this city. Ulrlrfi leaves a wife and ten children at Colby , Kan. Ho was a member of the Ancient Order of United Workmen lodge here. In his pockets were found $5.50 and a ticket to Omaha. It has been 'learned that Ulrich quarreled with his wife last Satur...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE N'OKFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , AUGUST 30 , 1001. If yon deniro to ascertain a nmn'i wealth accurately don't look at lili bunk account , but count his potatoes. ThoresldontBof Corrcctionvlllc , Iowa consider Bonio of tlio nctH of Pawnee IMH'B show tronp altogether too realistic Norfolk will object to any nets on tin part of Pawnee Bill's Wild West uliow , wet down on the program , when il thiB city. The Fremont Tribune thinks it will niako the report of drouth and calamltj in Nebraska look like IK ) centH when il bumps against that ! IO inllllona dopOHi ! in the Btato InxnkH. Whi-u the yellow nowfipapcrs gel through there will bo no cane for tin naval court of inquiry to adjudicate It IH being trii'd and decided positivolj in all itH pointH now. A man who makes fJ to JJ ! a day it : wages whercaH ho formerly made but $1 or $ l.f > 0 shows poor judgement in nmk < ing a kick because sugar IH flvo cents ( when it formerly was four centn It IH HUppoHcd that , inasmuch an the Jowa (...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE NOIU'OLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AtKJUST 30 , 11)01. ) | SARCASM IN SIGNS. ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AT TIMES BECOME A MOCKERY. J Itemlnlicrncpi of Mrn Who Hurt i Seen AVome Dny mid Irrltntlnff * AnnonncrniciiU When fftff Wire Hard Up and Ont of Kniplojrtacul. Tlio advance ngcnt met the leading man of another show tlic other night , nml , n.8 they linil not seen ench other In j Bcven years , there wns a warmiicBU , about their greeting that was rulrcfih- luff. luff."Denr "Denr old Tom ! " nald the Iciullnft man. " 1 was thinking of yon not live minutes ago. Sit down , yon dear old fellow 1 1 passed a bakery not live min utes ago , and 1 thought of you. AVhy , here's Willis ! I was Junt Baying toTem Tom that 1 never nee a baker's that I don't think of him. Tom iuul 1 wcro poor once ! Mighty poor too. I re member that we had been turned out of different homes on the same cold night and met each other for the IIrat time by chance. We shared the com forts of n butcher's wagon that night and went ...

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 — 30 August 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 30,1901. Candidate for Supreme Judge Has His County. TO WORK FOR HIS NOMINATION. StronR Resolutions UI-RO All Honor able Menus to Advance Jtidfto J. B. Dnrncs' Candidacy Nnmos of Dele gates niui Altornntos Chosen. l'roinHnlnrdnr' Inllr ) : Tlio republicans of Madison county mot in convention thlH afternoon nt Madison to select delegates to attend the state ronventTon ut Lincoln next Wednesday. The con volition was onllod to order by Chairman David Whltlu of the county central committee nt U o'clock In O. A. 11. hull mid the cull for the convention road. road.On On motion John H. Hays of this city WIIH oliOHon clmlrmiui and Jnmon Nlohols of MudiHon tomi > orary secretary. A commlttuo on credentials consisting of M. D. Tyler , G. H. WycofT and J. L KnoHol , WIIH appointed and reported all precincts in the county roprowoiited except copt Door Crook , Falrvlow , Kalumav.oo , Green Garden and Norfolk Find ward. On motion the temporary organi/.a tlon...

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 — 30 August 1901

J T1IK NORFOLK NKWR : FRIDAY , AlWURT ( ) , 1001 , Teachers End Week's Work This Morning. A VERY SUCCESSFUL SESSION. Pronounced One of the Best Meetings of Teachers Ever Held in the Coun ty Resolutions Commending Su perintendent Crum and Instructors. Kioni Hntnrdny'e Dnlly The Madison county teachers' Insti tute , which 1ms been in BCS OU daring the week under tltu direction of Super intendent O. W. Grniii , closed lifter n Hbort mooting this morning , nnd the teachers have practically all returned to their homcB. The regular woik wns broken into yesterday afternoon by the introduc tion of a short literally program , during which Miss Maud Taudohill guvo two selections in mi excellent style , and Mr. Grant of Madison and Miss Snider of Tildeu sang. The novelty in the after noon proceedings was the more thor oughly enjoyed because it was im promptu. Before adjournment last evening tbo following resolution was passed ami afterward signed by those teachers pros- out , 8 ? signatures ap...

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 — 30 August 1901

10 TUB NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 30 , lf-01 - , Gcrmnnia Lodge Indulges in Its Third Annual Outing. THE ATTENDANCE WAS LARGE. Picnic Hold In Ruhlow's Grove East of the City Parnclo , Spooclios , Amusements and n General Good Time. VrnmlMnmlni'iiUnllyi The third nnitniil plcnio of CJormnnln ledge , No. I , Sons of Hermann , was hold in Ruhlow's grove yesterday after- noon. The day WHS agiooablo for n good time , mid thuro Is no doubt but those who participated in the festivities yesterday hud it. The iittondixnco wan largo , aot only the country nrnund Norfolk - folk being well represented , but dole- KiitoH were present from Madison , Pierce , Stanton mid ether mirroundlng towim. At 1 o'clock ix procession wan forniod nt O. A. H. hull on Muln street , an followH : Flag btmrt'H , carrying the Htars und HtripoH and the banner of Oorinnniii ledge , No 1. The Norfolk brxiul. Nntionnl grand ollloorH Lut/o and Bohlndlor. President and ox-president of Our- mania lodge. About (50 ( mem...

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 — 30 August 1901

I THK NOKl XLK ) NKWS : FRIDAY , AI'dlCT SO , 1001. II , When Children should wear glasses 1. When their eyes are not straight 2. When they cannot distinct ! see the blackboard. 1. When reading , if they squinl hold the book sideways or too close 4. When they tire easily of readinj or studying. All sure signs that great benefit wil be derived from wearing glosses. Satisfaction guaranteed. G. W. . p. . OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. LOTS FOR SALE On Norfolk Avenue , near 9th St. , 5 feet front , $425. At Junction , good lot , $110. T. E. ODIORNE. T PARISH Heinz's Pickling Vinegar is the only Vinegar to use for Pickles. You can't get anyone to use anything else af ter using it once. Drop in and look it up. PARISH if- id The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded ( or the 24 hears eudiug at 8 a. 111. to day : Maximum temperature 8 ! Minimum temperature 57 Average 7 ! ] breoipitatiou 00 Total precipitation for month 81 Barometer 29 7-1 Forecast for Nebraska : Partly cloudy , w...

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 — 30 August 1901

THE NORFOLK NRWR : FRIDAY , AtWST 80 , 1001. IN TWO GRAND DIVISIONS. Santa Fc Road Will Do Operated Un der Two Superintendent ! ! . KnnmiR City. AUK. 3U.--Tlio Atohl- pen , Topokn nnil Santa 1\ railway ) > roor | , that poll Ion of llu < Snnln Fo uyntom extending fioin Chicago I" Al- biuiuorquo , 1 . M . ami Purooll. I. T , la to bo divided In tun grand divisions nntl operated under two gononil sillier- Intoiulonts. .1. 1C. Hut Icy will do the now goneinl supoilnlcndcnl The diilo of iMr. Uurloy'H appointment , which will bo fllmiiltnnooiiH with ( ho division of the road , IIIIH not yol boon di < nnltcly decided on. It \\lll ho cither Sept. 11 > or Oct. 1. C. I1" HoRSlgulo. at present Konoial mipcrlntcndont of the cnllto AtrhlHon , Topeka and Mania ! ' rail- \va.v , will contlnuo to tnalnlaln head quarters In TopoUn In charge of Iho eastern giand division. Mr. Hurley will ho In chaw of the woHtorn Knuiil division , with hcadiiuartora lit La Juntn , Colo. THIRTY PLOWMAKERS...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE EEKLY NEWS-JOTJRNAI NORFOLK , NKURASKA , FRIDAY , SKITKMItKR I ! , HIDI. Intervenes in the South Amer ican Trouble. OPEN BREACH OF NEUTRALITY , Sends Well Equipped Army and Ves sels of War Against Colombia Evi dently Intends to DC Active In Reb els' Interests. Washington , Sept. G. A cablegram was received lioro yesterday from an authoritative source In Callao , Colom bia , near the Ecuadorean border , stat ing that Ecuador had Intervened aa against Colombia with an army well equipped anil with vessels of war. Under these circumstances the cable gram states that It will be necessary to meet the move of Ecuador by hav ing Colombian war vessels in Pa'clflc II waters near the Colombian-Ecuador frontier. The Information In the ? cablegram \f \ f Is considered clear evidence of Ecua- I * I dor's Intention to Join forces with the | > rebellious element on the Isthmus of j [ ' / Panama. Until now Ecuador has maintained strict neutrality , but thoM M cablegram received yesterday la- ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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