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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 6 September 1901

f TIIK NOIU-OLK - NEWS : FUI1UY , SKITEMHEK 0 , J901 , The Norfolk Hetu W. N. UUHK. 1'ubllnnor. KMnlilltlifiit. iv-sl. j tlnr oxrpjit Snmlny. lly rnrnor t > or , 15 cmiti > . II ) mnll | mr yonr. IJ * CO. WKIKI.Y : M\vs..iotMiN.\i. : . Tlin.tiiiirnn1 , cMiilillrlinl ! 77. Kvery 1'rlilny. Hr tnMl i > nr jrnr , $ I.M ) . Ktilorpil nt Ilin I'oMoMIco nt Norfolk , Hol > . , IIP ppcoiul rlnri innttnr. _ Killlorlnl Drimrtmnul , No. 22 ; ll Jill ) Iloiiiiip. No. S22. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stnlo. For -Imluo ( if tlio Huir niQ Court - a. II. HumuiiK I'or lW tit > o ( tlm Btnto UnlxorMtj 0. J. KUNHT . Utirnlii II. I. , Ootit.l ) Republican County Convention. Tim ropulillcmi alnrtnrn nf Miullpnti roiuily , Nnlirnhl.ii , urn rpiiioilml ) to HUH ! ilolpuntit * ( rum llinnnrnUotitiK prrr note to moot lu rimtnii. Him nt lUttlo Crook , Nolirntkii , Snit | 21W \ . nt 11 o'clock ii. in. , lor tlio iniriKiM ) n ( iiliicinu liiiioiiiliinllon oun riiuilliliilo for ouch of tlio fnllouliiK olll...

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 — 6 September 1901

f Tllti NOUKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTKMBKU , IflOl Companies in Seven States to Be Consolidated , RAILROADS HAVE A HAND IN IT , One Great Corporation to Handle Out * put Will Represent Not Only the Undeveloped Properties , but Those Already Tapped. Plttsburs , Sept. 4. The Post nays : All tlio coal mining companies of Pennsylvania , Ohio , Indiana , Illinois , West Virginia and Kentucky are to bo consolidated Into ono great corpora * tlon by the J. P. Morgan syndicate. The enormous proportions of this cor poration can hardly bo realized. The fact that the Plttsburg Coal company , with Us capital of $04,000,000 , and the Monongahola Coal and Coke company , with Its capital of $30,000,000 , arc to ha Included In the greater consolidation , brings the matter strongly before Pittsburg coal operators. Officers of these companies are expecting to at tend a meeting of the coal operators In Now York on Thursday of next week , at which the preliminary steps toward the formation of the greater...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER ft. Now Up to Steel Strikers to Say , What They Will Do. MORE GAINS DY THE COMBINE. Amalgamated Association Loses . Ground In Plttsburg Four Hundred I Men Resume Work at National Tube | Works and 150 at Pennsylvania. New York , Sept. 5. Teruis of peace In the Btool strike wore dluciiBKed at length yesterday nt u secret confer ence , at which flat officials of the Htecl corporation , loaders of union labor nnd oIllrlalH of the Civic Federation. Guards wore resorted to in order to jiroHorvo the privacy of the procoeJ- IIIKH , hut It WIIH evident that no eonclu- HlonVIIH reached , and the decision t'lthor to terminate or continue the MrlUo iniint be nmdo by the striken ) . PrcHldont Siimucl Gomperti of the Federation of Labor and President John Mitchell of the mini ) workorH * AHHorlatlnn nmdit an outline of tormn from President Shutter nnd they will place buforo him and liln associates the terms roBubmlttod by President ( Schwab of the Htot'l corp...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKl'TKMlWIMi , 1001. Emperor William Waives Cere mony of Prostration. IJSSUE IS FINALLY SETTLED. IKalser Revokes Order for Humiliating , Ceremonies Chinese Prince Leaves | Basle by Special Train With Entire ) Entourage. ' j Basic , Switzerland , Sept. 3. Prlnco 'Chun and his entourage left last night for Berlin by the Imperial special train. Dcfore starting a member of the mission snld that Emperor William had decided to waive the ceremony of kowtowing and that the only per sons to be received by him In ceremo nial audience would be Prince Chun and Yin Chang. Berlin , Sept. 3. The fact that Count von Buclow has succeeded In sur mounting the Chun difficulty tas cre ated considerable satisfaction In the public mind. Prlnco Chun will now apologize without any humiliating forms. It Is said the government was much surprised as the public at the at tempt to revive the ancient custom of kowtowing. It Is reported that Emperor William , of his own Initiative , has...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE Nf OK FOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , SEPTEMBER G , 11)01. ) A democratic contemporary nays the irauoH of the liint canipalfnilaro tliu only IHHUCH of today in INt branlm. Ho iiuiHt lw preparing his renders for another defeat of hln party this full. Hull of lown IH eon- evinced tlmt the I'hlllpplncH nra fall of opportunities for the yotniK Hum and ho would probably jmt lllonumj Greeley'H ndvli'o : Cio went to the fur t'UHt , young It will probably take sometime for the tmiall-boro funion papers to learn that hartley's parole ] bus suddenly tormi tinted. That material for campaign purposes was too Rood to give up all at ouco. If the Globe-Democrat continues to llg up diHcropaiiclt'H in the accounts of JUihsouri's auditors people will M > OU bo Kin to wonder how cash enough was kept on hand to settle with the htati olllcors. A mlhor with bank deposits amount Ing to ! ? 7,0 < K ) recently starved to deal ) dn Now York. Ills appetite for money wan probably al o unsatisfied. Ho should hnv...

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 — 6 September 1901

7 TI1K NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKl'TKMHF.R ( I , 1001. w-v BUDDING THE APPLE. The Main neqaUlteft of Saccci * . June and fall Ilndillnflr. ' With the apple the operation of bud ding must be performed during the growing season nrnl consists In remov ing a bud from a twig of the variety which we wish to propagate and In serting It beneath the bark of the stocker or young seedling tree we wish to change , and thin IB then held In place by tying It fast until the bud and the Block have united. Then by forcing the sap and consequent growth Into this transplanted bud by preventing all other growth we got a new tree of the defalred variety. It IB a method of B nunmNO. A , bud stick ; I ) , incision lengthwt c with CTOM cut at top ; C , remoUni ? the bud , 1) , inserting th * bud ; E , bud Inserted , F , tying In the bud. artificially multiplying a desirable va riety. The extent of this multiplica tion Is limited only by the number of buds nvnllaulc. The successive stages of budding are sho...

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 — 6 September 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NR\VR : FRIDAY , RKITKMHKK 0 , 1001. Were Up Against u Strong Team and Honest Umpire. _ PLAY.ED HARD-COULDN'T WIN. Norfolk "Showed" Them in the First Inning A Pretty Contest at O'Neill Monday Omaha Originals Hero for Today and Tomorrow. PiotnVr < lmv-iln > 'i Dully. The Oulttliilo tciini wan liunlly in yon torday's game with N'uifolk. 1'ho players from that town not only faced n strong team but they wore compelled to not tuulor the decisions of u fair tun plro. Smith of Tildoii wan them mid helms the reputation of distinguishing neither friend or fen in a game of hull , \ although several of the playorn from hiH neighbor town were iuollued to ob- joot to 11 few of hiH decisions either for effect or huontiflo they thought they could clmngo It. The game won not highly exciting hut mime pretty good bull was played. There was a fair attendance but the Kate keeper watt incliued to think that thoroeelptH did not accord with the attendance. lie was compelled to Htop Hovo...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE NOKFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , RKPTKMKKK 0,1001. SATURDAY SITTINGS. Minn Steams of Ouiuha is vibiting Miss Huttio McKiui. A inooulight picnic is planned for this evening nt Taft's. Dr. 0. A. McKiui attended n dance nt Battle Creek last night. The Omaha Originals will play ball in Norfolk the -1th nml Oth. Dr. P. 11. Salt or wan called to Onk- dale lust uight on professional business. J. II. Peverott , who lias been visiting here Boveral weeks , left today for Ran dolph. Miss Mackin , who is to teach in the High school , will room at tlio McBride homo. Monday , being a legal holiday the post olllco will bo closed from 1 p. m. to 7 :30 : p. 111. Mr. Sohultz of Hadar and Mrs. Hello were married iu the Christ Luthenm church Thursday. Miss Martlm Parker loft today for Omaha where she will teach during the coming school year. Miss Myrtle Hall is giving a birthday party this afternoon at her homo on South Ninth street. Miss Eloiee Roon , who has been visit ing Norfolk friends , returned to he...

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 — 6 September 1901

in THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER ,0 1001. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. Joseph Stolnbaugh of Beemer is visit ing Norfolk friends. Dr. P. H. Suitor was called to Lynch today on professional business. Miss Mamie Houbnry of Plalnvlnw IH visiting with Mlns Margaret Morrow. Miss Myrtle Wood of Ou pnr , Wyo ming , is vlxiting Mrs. W. H. Hliikonmn , Gcorgo KIOHO and Hinter , Enitmno , of Molt mm , 111. , are expected today and will visit with their aunt , Mrs. 0. O. Elgin , The Bachelor girls enjoyed a picnic mippor on the lawn at the home of MlnscH Edith and Nolllo Morrow Mon day afternoon. Benjamin Hold of Ouster , S. I ) . , has ncoopted a position as traveling sales man with the NIOO firm for which Homer Winder travels , and will inako Norfolk his hoadquurtorn. W. G. Baker IH able to bo on the HtreotH again after a slego with a broken collar bono. He was thrown from a \ bronco ho WHH attempting to ride in the western part of the Htuto about two weeks ago , when ho received the In jury. a...

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 — 6 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NKWS : K1UDAY , SHl'TKMHKK 0 , UKI. ) 11 When Children should wear glasses 1. When their eyes are not straight 3 , When they cannot distinctly toe the blackboard. i. When reading , if they squint hold the book sideways or too close 4. When they tire easily of reading or studying. All sure signs that great benefit wil be derived from wcnnng glasses. Satisfaction guaranteed. G W. , . . OPTICIAN , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. LOTS FOR SALE. J olTor for cnlo n lot on Mnlii St. , near tfQOC 8th , flfty-Uvo feet front for - - - 4 > OZO Good lot nt .Intictlou . $ MI Hence nnd tialf Hcroon Third St 1)7'i Five-room hotic > on rotlrth St . 87' , HoiiHo , born and half ncro < m Third St . . ti5 ! LonuBon Heal Estato-LOW HAFKB T. E. ODIORNE. The Weather. Conditions of the weather ns recorder for the U4 hours ending nt 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 87 Minimum temperature 02 Average ? ! Precipitation 7 ( Total precipitation for mouth 1.18 Barometer 29.01 Forecast for Nebraska...

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 — 6 September 1901

All Old ) HUE HOLIDAY AT \ SATURDAY. . . . 7 . . . .SEPTEMBER I TwollPerformances , Rain orl Shine , at 2 and 8 P. The Great Educational Exhibition , PAWNEE BILL'S ' WILD WEST Exciting and Thrilline Reproductions of Modern and Romantic History , Portrayed by Indians and flatives of p/lany / Rations , Cowboys.Hunters , Ouicles and Scouts. The Boomerang Throwers , Mexican Lariat Kings , ( { audio Bolus Exports. 1000-MEN AND HORSES-IOOO Daring Western Lady Equestrian. The Diminutive Stage Coach. The Lilliputian Prairie Schooner and a Hundred Other Features for the Little Folks. PAY/NEE BllXS WILD V/EST / An Exact Recurrence otuo rjita Wonailea KaM Fi bt. Champion Hillo and Pistol Shots. Bedouin Arabs of the Deserts. Imperial Cossack Troopers. Detachments from the Armies of the World Riding Shoulder to Shoulder in Dazzling Reviews and Military E\olutions. 10,000 SEATS FOR 10,000 , PEOPLE Under Waterproof Canopies that Encircle the Vast Arena. Strange and Startling Street Parade at 10 A....

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 — 13 September 1901

TEE NORFOLK JTEEELY NEWS-JOURNAL , , . . , , ' NOIU-'OLK NKIJKASKA FRIDAY. SM1TKIM m-IJ l.'l MIDI n TT Passed a Critical Night and at an Early Hour it Was Feared That He Would Not Survive the Day , LATER REPORTS ARE MUCH MORE ENCOURAGING 'Cabinet Hastily Summoned Sudden Unfavorable Change Occurs Early This Morning. Buffalo , Sept. 13 , 2:30 : p. in. The president has more than held his own since morning. His condition justifies the ex pectation of further improvement , lie is better at this time than at the same hour yesterday. Pulse 123 , temperature < J9.4. The president commenced sinking shortly after 2 o'clock this morning , after a critical period of 12 hours. The solid food taken yesterday did not agree with him. Then came the first sign of alarm. He became fatigued and has gradual ! } ' decreased in strength until his heart is exceedingly weak and and great apprehension is aroused. The strongest medicines have been used to keep up his heart's action. At G:30 : this morning...

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 — 13 September 1901

T1IK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SE1TKMHEU 18. 1001 , SEPTEMBER 10 , 190l = = = Today we announce our opening of Fall and Winter Millinery , which ji l | will be ready in all its entirety i SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER 14. Bigger , Brighter and more comprehensive than ever. With us you find all there is good in f ! the season's styles. We have the experience. We leave to you as to whether we have gained i : knowledge by experience. Come and see the elegant , rich things we show at most moderate prices. i | We have exclusive styles. Can suit everyone as to price and quality. \ INSKEEP'S MILLINERY. W. N. UUS1S. I'ublluhtir. DAILY. HftablUliml. 1KS7. 1'rory ilny oxrcpi Snnilay. Ily rnrrlor i week , 15 conic. Ily mull per jour , jfl.OO. WKKIll.Y NIHVN-.IOUHNAI , . Im Nown.entiitilli'lmil. 1KSI. ' Tim Jouruiil , netiiMlxliml 1S77. Kvory Friday. Ily mnll imr your , fl.'O. Kntnroil nt thn 1'oKtolllco nt Norfolk , Nob. , IIP focoml clnie innttnr. TolniiliniKw : Killlorlul Hniinrtmant , No. 22 ; ItiiMii...

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 — 13 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKI'TKMHIW 1 , 1001 u Victim of Bullets Fired by an Anarchist at Buffalo. CZOLGOSZ MAKES A CONFESSION. Would-llo Assassin lloasts That His Duty is Doiio , PRESIDENT IS RESTING EASILY. Bullet Which Lodged In Breast la Removed - moved , but One In Abdomen Re mains Physicians at Bedside State That Wounds Are Not Necessarily Fatal Assassin Approached the President With Revolver In Hand kerchief and Shot With Pretense of Shaking Hands. Buffalo , Sept. 7. President McKinley - ley was shot and seriously wounded by a would-be assassin while holding a re ception In the Temple of Music at the Pan-American grounds a few minutes after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. One shot took effect In the right breast , the other In the abdomen. The first Is not of a serious nature and the bullet has been extracted. The latter pierced the abdominal wall and has not been located. The president's physicians issued the following bulletin this morning : "The president Is free from pa...

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 — 13 September 1901

Tllhi NORFOLK [ \KNV8 : HUDAY , SEITKMBKH 13 , 1HU1. Fast Recovery of Wounded President Now Expected. FEARS OF DEATH FORGOTTEN. Doctors More Sanguine Then liver Alter N'iglit Confersince , i. WOUNDS ARE HEALING FAST. President's Blood Is Found Entirely Free From Poisonous Substances. Hla Removal to Washington Will Not Take Place Before October. \ Mllburn House , Buffalo , Sept. 12 The following bulletin was Iscued by the president's physicians nt 10 p. m. : The president's condition continued favorable nt 10 p. m. Blood count confirms clinical evidence of absence of any blood poisoning. He Is able to take more nourishment and relish It. Pulse , 120. Temperature , 100.4 , P. M. Rlxey , M. D. Mann , Roswell Parke , I . Herman Mynter , | Eugene Wasdln , I George B. Cortelyou , 1 Secretary to the President. Buffalo , Sept. 12. The condition of the president continued favorable , and nothing tins occurred to HhaUo tlio faith of thu attending physicians. The danger from two sources was pr...

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 — 13 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NrB\V FRIDAY , SK1TKMHKU l.i , WOI. Reports of Another Operation Give Passing Alarm. DOCTORS MINIMIZE INCIDENT. Tew Wound Stitches Ileinoveil to Re lieve SIL'lit Irritation. PRESIDENT OUT OF DANGER. Physicians Commit Themselves With out Reservation to the Opinion That Their Distinguished Patient Will Live Virtually Certain .Speedily to Retain Good Health. Mllburn House , Buffalo , Sept. 11. The following bulletin was Issued by the president's physicians at 10:30 : p. m. : The condition of the president Is unchanged In all Important respects. His temperature Is 100.6 , pulse 114 , respiration 28. When the operation was done on Friday It was noted that the bullet had carried with It a short distance beneath the skin a fragment of the president's coat. This foreign material was , of course , removed , but a slight irritation of the tissues was produced , the evidence of which has appeared only tonight. It has been necessary , on account of this slight disturbance , to remov...

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 — 13 September 1901

( i THE NOKFOLK NEWS : Mil DAY , SE1TEMHER 13 , 11)0.1 ) ThefiottfolkNeuis The Ci line of a Mounter "Win. MoKinley IH shot' ' " The nnnounconiont Hunt mi electric thrill through the country ( lint pro duced n wonderful effect. Strong men groaned ; women wont and o\on the at- tltudoof the children indlcntcd tlmt Homothing portent lous had occurred. The kind-henrtcd , innKiintilmo 3\IoKlnloy \ laid low by an assassin's bullet - lot , and with Rucli n mean advantage , wnH enough to Htir the ioul of a Ktatno. First wnn felt doubt at the genuine- IIOSH of the Htory , but when It WI\H con- Armed , douht gave way to horrow , the depth of which IH Holdom experienced \ t > V a people , then followed a upasm of mineral the culprit. Staid , law-abiding jnon longed for a ohanco to grim ] ) liim liy the throat and thottlo the breath Jrom hi body , others wiHhod that they might have hold of the end of a rope that would Hwlng the brutal villlan into eternity ; wvon women HuggoHtod lynch ing as ...

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 — 13 September 1901

TIIK NORFOLK TS'KWS : FRIDAY , SKITKMHKU IK , DAWN AT VENICE. One burnliheJ cloiul first turned * jigged prowj The conscious witer nettled deep among Her murky goudolu thit , bow on bow , Freighted with ihadowi at the mole swunj. Boon palace and canal paled Into tight. Fainting is watchers whoso lotitf vigil wanes Till dau-n'i approach acrosa the vravca of night FlujheJ the row blood In sleeping Venice's UlM. Then up the dazzling atepi that lead to Oed One radiant sunbeam and a lone white dove B nta Maria's holy threshold trod- A thrino of morning lit by light and lore I Loud warned the chime to mara o'er quay and home , Calling soft flocks of doves to meet the day Mid sculptured faints and angels round the dome , While market women followed In to pray. Martin Gilbert lilcklnson In Scrlbncr's Magi- line. line.CATARINA : CATARINA : : A SKETCH. From such surroundings ? Yes , per haps because of such surroundings. Genius will flourish anywhere , and genius has the happy faculty of bend...

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 — 13 September 1901

8 TIIK NORFOLK NMNVS : FRIDAY , RKPTKMBKIl 13,1001. Manager Spear Has Some Ex cellent Attractions. PLEASURES FOR PLAY-GOERS. Norfolk's Theatrical Season Opens on ( ho 20th With "Human Hearts" Which Is Followed l > y Entertain ments or Unusual Merit. Vrciin Hntiircliu'H Dnlb Manager Spear , who has conducted the Amlltniium for the pant two HIMIHOIIH with wonderful HUCCOHS , has another plondld ftoiiKiin la prospect IllH book ings up to date iiulieuto an ulllity to secure - cure first class attractions and thoin Hint will appo-il to the popular fancy. Cer \ tain It IH that few towiiH an HiimllaH Nor folk v.lll have hotter entertainment dur ing the fall .winter and early spriiig.and < ho ori'dlt Is almost entirely duo toMiiu- agor Spear who has hiieceeded in rais ing Norfolk from u rat her low class in the estimation of ( hi'utrioal managers tea a high place in their regard Few first cluHH companies come to this part of the Ntnto but that ho is after them until they Jiro hooked f...

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 — 13 September 1901

- > * % . THK NORFOLK NK\VS : FRIDAY , SKPTKM1WK 0,1001. r Pawnee Bill's Wild West Ex hibits in Norfolk Today. BIG GROWDS IN ATTENDANCE. The Street Parade a Lengthy' and Very Attractive Feature of the Orig inal American Show A Big Insti tution. From Sntnrdnr'B Dally : Pawnee Bill's Wild West show ar rived early this moruiug from Wuyne over the 0. St. P. M. & O. The snmll boys were riot slow iu lludiug that the trains bearing the big aggregation had arrived , and they soon swarmed around the tracks , whore the army of employes were engaged iu unloading the wagotiH , animals und other parts of the show. At 10 o'clock this morning the street parade took place. The procession was n lengthy one , and notwithstanding the mud and intermittent rain , it pleased the thousands of eager spectatorsj who Jiuod the pidowalks. Iu feature the show resembles in some particulars that of Buffalo Bill , but is original and more unique iu many respects. A children's section was a most pleasing fe...

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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