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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 September 1901

TI1M NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTHMUEK 27. JOOL AT THE NORFOLK AUDITORIUM , GBO. H. SPBAR , Manaser. ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY UNDER GUARANTEE. Toio | Ujjh and Saturday , Sept. 27-28. One of Hie most famous tragic queens of the present generation , who positively has no equal on any stage today , in the great historic character of "Mary Stuart , Queen of Scots. " The Famous And Complete Actine Comoany. In a magnificently costumed historic 4 production of Schiller's Masterpiece , Tlary Stuart , Queen of Scots. " This is positively the same Company which has been so highly spoken of by the press of Boston. New York. Chicago , St. Louis , St. Paul and DCS Moincs. Endorsed by Priests and Clergymen of all denominations. College Professors , High School Superintendents , and all Educational Institutions. PRICES 25 35 50 AND , , , 75 CENTS. 5EATS ON SALE AT LEONARD'S DRUG STORE. The Norfolk J4euus W. N. HUSB , PubUsUor. DAILY. Established. iss7. K\ery ilay except Sunday. Hy carrier per wnok...

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 — 27 September 1901

\ Ji , THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , RKPTOHWU 27 , 11)01 ) Jury Finds Him Guilty of First Degree Murder. WILL BE SENTENCED THURSDAY. Wheels of Justice Move Swiftly for the Assassin of William McKinley , Trial Covers a Period of Only Two Days Prisoner Not Affected. Buffalo , Sept. 25. Leon Czolgosz ivns touml guilty of murder in the first degree by a Jury In part III of the supreme premo court , In having on the sixth day of September shot President Will- lam McKinley , the wounds Inflicted afterwards resulting In the death oJ the president. The wheels of justice moved swiftly. The trial of the as- eassin consumed eight hours and twenty-six minutes , and covered a no- rlod of only two days. Practically all bf this time was occupied by the pros- ecutlon In presenting n case so clear , BO conclusive , that even had the prlS' oner entered the plea of Insanity it is doubtful If the Jury would have re turned a verdict different from the one rendered. The announcement made by the attorneys f...

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 — 27 September 1901

Succeeds Wilson as Chief Coun sel for Admiral Schlcy. COURT DELAYED ONLY ONE DAY. Hearing It Resumed With Admiral Cotton on the Stand Modifies Some I of His Statements Captain Wise's Testimony Ruled Out. Washington , Sept. 2C. Two now witnesses were Introducc-d In the Bchley court yeaturday. They were Admiral Cotton , who commanded tlio auxiliary crulsur Harvard , and Cap tain Wise , who commanded the aux iliary cruiser Yale , during the Spanish war. Doth these vessels werw used us Hi-outs and both came up with the Hying squadron off Santiago on the : :7th : of May , buforo the retrograde movement tKey } West WUH begun. Admiral Cotton testified that ho had KOim to Admiral Schloy'n flagship on that day to take dispatches to him , mid he mild at IIrat that ho K VO him four or llvo dispatches addressed to the commander of the s'quudron. Ho afterwards modified this statement , naylng that probably all but two of thrso dispatches were addressed to Mmself ( Admiral Cotton ) , but that the...

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 — 27 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NR\VR : FRIDAY , SK1TKMIUWJ7 , iflOI. Court Orders It Entered as Not Guilty , Which Is Done , TRIAL WILL BE A SHORT ONE. 'Jury Is Quickly Secured and Presen tation of the Government's Case Begun - gun Surgeons Who Attended the President Give Their Testimony. Buffalo , Sept. 24. Leon F. Czol- 03z was placed on trial yesterday , charged with the murder of President .William McKlnloy. He entered a pica of guilty , \\hlch was changed tenet not guilty by the court. All the events of the day Indicated that the trial will he short. The court con doned at 10 o'clock and within two hours eight Jurors had been secured. Technicalities were not raised by the examining counsel , hut It was slgnlQ- cant that every man who said ho had not formed an opinion on the case was excused by the district attorney. Those who acknowledged that they had formed an opinion , or stated that they wore prejudiced , but admitted that their opinion could bo changed by evidence , were accepted by each Bid...

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 — 27 September 1901

THK N'OIU-OLK NEWS : I < R1IAY. ftttPTlftntHK 27. HJOl p K r of of dlt the par ing. Two Bo two i day a inchct three i the fle at onci thresht Ci Londi Times "on his News" cidcd n years , remain I Itrpiililli'ini C'liniii.v 'I'lckel. MitdlHon county republicans laid the foundation for n ttwccplng vletoiy at the convention held in Battle Oreek on Saturday. There WIIH not the semblance of discord at the convention , and the ticket placed in the field is an excep tionally strong ono. Every randidato Is u good representative republican , I hero bring no weak men in the race to de tract from the strength of the ticket. .Knell one Is able to go before the people on his own merits , with the firm con viction on the part of the party that it defensive campaign will not have to IHJ iiimli1 for tiny single ono. U. 0. Miles , renomlnated for county treasurer , hits held that olllco during the past two yearn , nnd so hat inflict ory lias been his administration of atlairH that not. a word of ...

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 — 27 September 1901

T1IK NORFOLK NKWS : 1-111 DAY , SKPTOIBKK 1 > 7 , 1001 , THE PASSING BAND. A lone , deep drone Thrunimelh > resonant monotones Up toil-fill ttic horn with nn unJulant flare That dies , U reborn Just a llatli of in sir , Through the rumlilc ol drums , is their throbbing beat Sends a rhythmic polio down the winding street. Then a streaming pennant of sound Is oulflung , Flamboyant frjtn wall to wall It swung. Near anJ more near the harmonies clear Ilulld skyward a ponderous touir. then rheer It breaks in clarion clash of sounds , An ululant tumult , that bound * ami rebounds ) A > olumlnou Kroan From the blaring tombstone 1 And a clanfji r of ITJIS As the omball pass ; Then the drum's lone boom as tlic melodies fly Forward and water an I faint anJ die Into murmur amphoric , fctteet blending , thorlc , To a faraway swell Till at last they rrwll j l'i a note loni ? drawn - AIB Roiu1 on on. 1 fcondon Academy. BUNKOED BY I A GREEK. BY M. QUAD. COI'TKIOlll , 1001 , BV C. B. LEW.S....

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 — 27 September 1901

TillNOKKOLK XKWS : KIM DAY , SFJ'TKMHKK 27,1001. IMTltil J Interior of Handsome State Institution Destroyed at an Early Hour This Morning , ONE PATIENT LOSES HIS LIFE IN THE FIRE , Another is So Badly Burned that it is Doubtful if He Lives Heroic and Cool-Headed Work on the Part of Officers and Others Saves Many Lives and Much Property. I'roiii Mondny'n Dally \\i \ \ Fire thlH morning completely gutted thu Htntu hospital for the insnno , lo cated on the lilll twound u luilf miles northoBHt of tlio oity. The work of do- fttruotlon WIIH as thorough as It wan poi- Blblo for llro to iniiko it nnd the once handsome iiniln hulliUng and its wiiiKH ixro lloorloss niul roofless whllo the win- down , doors mid casings Imvo boon on- tlroly removed. Tlio walls Htand an a monument to the thoroughness and ( skill oftlio ImlldurH , with scarcely a fault. Tlioro are no criiokH and nothing to indlcato to the casual observer but that they are just an Hafo and strong ns the day they were completed , w...

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 — 27 September 1901

THR NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SRITKMHRU 27,1001. Republican Convention Does Good Work Today. STRONG TICKET IN THE FIELD. Resolutions Adopted Denouncing An archy and Its Friends Convention is Harmonious and the Nominations are Quickly Made. From HMnrdny'K Pally The rcpublicnu county convention met in Buttle Crook today and placed in nomination the following named candidates for county oillccrs : II. 0. Miles for county treasurer. Phil Bauch for county cleric. .Indue Meyer for county judge. J. B. Barnes , jr. , for county superin tendent. ,1. .1 Clements for sheriff. W. II Lowe for county surveyor. Dr. MeMahan for county coroner. .las. Rosoborough for county com missioner. The convention was called to order at 11 o'clock this forenoon hy David Whitla , chairman of the county central committee , and the call was read by J L. Knesel , secretary. Upon motion John II. Hays was made temporary chairman and J. L. KncBcl temporary secretary. A committee of seven on credentials was appointed , a...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 27 September 1901

' 10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKPTKMKER 27 , 1001. Appointments Announced Yes terday Morning , SESSION AT NELIOH IS CLOSED. Rev. G. H. Mnin Goes to Omaha and Rev. J. F. Ponchcr Will bo Norfolk's Pnstor Tlio Appointments Made for This District. Kriim Tiiowlrt ) V Unity. The luuiuiil conference of tlio North Nebraska district of the M. K. church which was hold ut Noligh cloned tin deliberations yesterday , the i-onfonmeo appointments being given out yesterday inornliiK. Tl o "f.ssion was presided over by Bishop ( ioodnoll , whoso oplsco- pnl residence in ut Chattanooga , Tonnes \\i \ \ BOO. Bishop FOSH Was tO llHVO presided lint was prevented by sickness. The session was very successful and interesting il i * liirgo nunihor of min isterial mul lay delegates worn in at tendance. Rov. H. H. Millanl , presid ing older of the Grand Inland district , who , with hlnvlfo , is H guest ut tlio homo of L. M. Heeler until tomorrow , favoiod Tin : Nr.ws with Homo interest- iiiK roHiiltH of the...

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 — 27 September 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , SKl'TKMUKH 27 , 11)01 ) II I Lost Sight or "The Light That Failed" pathetic tale of the artist who lost his sight , teaches a moral , The eyes are the bread winners , Take care of them. Have them examined. Know that they are right. We are eye experts. Satisfaction guaranteed G. FW. . OPTICIAN , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Juuctioii $ 70.00 HOUBO and Uj acre , ! 5d St SfiO 00 House , barn , i acre , Juuctioii. (525.00 ( House , bam , % aero , -1th St. 1200.00 House at Junction 700.HO LoniiH on Real Estate Low Rnto . T. E. ODIORNE. AUTUMIN and WINTER DISPLAY of MILLINERY SATURDAY , SEPT. 28. Artistb , Distinctive and Orig inal Designs m Huts and Bonnets. MISS E , J. BENDER , E HAVE at all times a W complete stock of Building flaterial. Let Us Make You An Estimate On Your Next Bill. Chicago Lumber Co. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to. day : Maximum temperature 75 Minimum temperature 4 ) Average 04 Pre...

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 — 27 September 1901

Till' ] NORFOLK NH\VS : FRIDAY , SKITKMHEK 27 , 1001. Group of Men Blown From Oil Tunic at Newark , ALL THEIR DONE8 ARE BROKEN. Explosion Occurs While Becking Friends' Rescue Six Known to Have Dccn Killed and One More Is Mlsolng Spark Docs Fatal Work. Now York , Sept. t7. ! Hl.IIHUI , mid jioHalbly Hi'ViMi. wore killed ami Hevenil Injured liy tlio oxploHlon of an oil tnilU of ( he HHHOX mid IhiilHoii Cliui company at Newark. N. J. 'I'ho known dead am : Otto Newman , foreman at the worUtr Lawrence Kirch , William Meyer , Alfred Snyder , NIcholaH Miller - lor and an iinldentlllud mini. Many \vltneHHen Hay I here In a body In ( ho river as they saw II hurled hlKh In the ulr and thrown la Dial direc tion. tion.Tho The tank which exploded waH one. of a number of ImmeiiHo Hteel roHorvoh'H , which wan unilorKoliiK lln periodical oluanliiK , It IwvliiR been elnptled of its oil In the tuoriiliiK- The tank was 20 foot deep and Kirch and Meyer entered - torod through the manholu llrHt , with o...

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 — 4 October 1901

EEKLY NEWS-JOTJMAL. NORFOLK , XM1MASKA , I'UIDAY , ( KTOIU'IK I , UMI. ) Columbia Wins Decisive Vic- i tory Over Shamrock II. FASTEST RACE IN CUP'S HISTORY. , Yankcc Bent Beats Its British Rival by Two Minutes and Fifty-Two Seconds ends Actual Time In Elghteen-Knot Breeze Over Thirty-Mile Course. Now York , Oct. \ . In a whole sail breeze , which heeled the blR cup contestimtH down until thulr Ice rails were awash In the foaming seas , Herreschoff's white wonder , the Co- lumbla , yesterday heat Watson's Ilrlt- Ish creation , the Shamrock 11 , over a triangular course of 30 miles , by two minutes and flt'ty-two seconds actual tlmo. With the 43 seconds which the Irish sloop must allow the American boat on account of her larger anil plan , the Columbia won the second race by 3 minutes 30 seconds. The fastest race ever sailed in a cup contest , it was not only a royal struggle from a spectacular point of view , but It was absolutely decisive as to the merits of the two racing machines....

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 — 4 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKIM , 1901. > V. N. MUMU , . I'UUIlhliur. DAILY. i > WI. ISS7. K rr tiny oin > | it Hrmliiy. lljr rnrrlnr | > r week , 15 cnnli. lly mnll | mi ) < > iir , WIXUl.Y NKWN.i lie Newn. Mtnli Uho.l. IKHI. Thn Jotirnnl , rutalillrhnl IS77. Ktsry Frlilny. lly mull imr yi'itr , $ l.fiO , Knlcrpil nt tlin I'niitdlllrn nt NdtfolV , Noli , UK Kx-oitd clnft iiinlUT. xtihiinor : ICilllnrlnl Ddtinrtmont , No. 22 ; llui < liini > B Olllrn nnd Jolt Hooinii. No. H22 , REPUGLICAN TICKET. Slate. For .IntlRp of tlin HnpM-iun ( "i urt - H.It. HUIMIUHH York For HrKOliU ( lie Htnln t'lilvcrfllj (5. J. KIINHT Mnrnlii II. IUioi.li OKiillnla County. I'or ronnlv Irrnmror It. ( ' . MII.KH Pur county rlnrk I'lilt , llAfcli Knrriniiily jiulvo JriuiK M. J. Mmiiii For roiiniy miiinrltitpiiiloiit. . . .1.11 UAIINDH , jr. Kiirihnrllf J. ) t MJMKVIN For coni.ty Mirvfjor. . . \\.ll.l.o\M ! For county roroiio lii. ) I ) . II , McM.MiAN Porconuly coimnlmlonnr JAM l...

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 — 4 October 1901

TilF NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOHKH 1,1001. DHJNPNT TAX M DOKC lot Illk Amt 12 f 1 51 II I tj 13 Addition , 7 II 27 AS I 13 IU 5 12 0.1 lorr'H Suburban LoU 5 3 ( W 11 .17 12 3 I.I I.I 2 83 Ifl 3 U3 Kldtl r' Addition. 31 hf 19 31 31 31II II Firm Addi tion. 1 I 21 AO 2 I 2 II li 2 I 21 3 9 HO Illg'n Addl- tlon. il I 9.1 I 1 9.1 1 - 18 25 2 12 n 3 . 12 25 4 12 25 1 63 3 9.1 5 93 0 3 AH 1 3 IVS 93 Icrmnn Nouow'i Ad dition. I 4 3 ! 03 3 97 03 10 3 OS 11 1 23 12 2 45 17 2 75 IS 93 Pak Addition. 11 19 13 12 19 13 1.1 19 31 11 19 31 8 25 1 S5 Qnein City Placo. 9 7 93 8 7H 7S 93 9 H 9.1 10 10 62 ItA 10 ' ? A 21 „ ! 0 21 . ) 2,1 oil 4 2.1 1)2 ) 5 2 ! 02 5I I 3.1 41 9 34 44 10 3J 41 3JU 11 , U 44 12 44 13 33 41 1 40 ill 40 31 53 ill 53 51 31 51 31 A I 31 At 31 SI 31 Al 31 Al HI A5 31 57 31 A7 31 71 31 8 71 31 9 71 31 10 71 31 11 71 .11 12 71 31 7 81 31 8 84 31 9 81 31 7 128 1 8 12S 19 128 19 9 130 19 10 130 10 12 131 19 11 131 19 6 132 19 7 132 19 0 132 19 139 13 140 13 111 13 iubdlviBionof ...

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 — 4 October 1901

\ TIIK NOUI'ULK MWS : FRIDAY , ( ) ( THKR , ISI01. Lieutenant Doyle Testifies in Admiral's Behalf. TELLQ OF THE FAMOU3 LOOP. Watch Officer on the Brooklyn De clares Blockade of Santiago Effect- jvc Picket Boats on Duty at Night , evidence In Inquiry Court. WHHhlnglon. Oil. 3-An IntcicHtlng ttirn WHH given I" tno Hehloy mini uf Inquliy ) pHtonlny by tinInttodiic tlon of the Hint wltnt'HH In Atlinlial Kihloy'H bobulf. TlilH WHH Llculoimnl JamcH .1. Do ) IP , who was a watch ulllpi'i on boaid tlio Unship Ilioiiltl > n timing tbo war with Spain. The fact that Lieutenant l > oloMIH put on the Hlanil docH not mean that thu navy flppintmont IIHH ( oiicltuleil the piet on- tutlon of ItH Hide of the rnte. Mr. DoIP was uilletl by the dcpaitmont. lint IIH It aim ) hail heen tbo puipoHO of Admlial Sehloy to mimnion him , iidvHtilago was taken of hl pieHeneo on the Bland to question him IIH an original wltnoHS for the appllennt. llo WHH nnilei pxamlnatlon by Mr. Rnynor Jn the Internal of t...

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 — 4 October 1901

TIM * N'OHKOUC VKWHK1M1MY ( XTOWW I , 5 Yachts Unable to Go Over Course in Time Limit. SHAMROCK LEADS AT THE END. Columbia Gets Better of Start , but Challenger Rounds First Mark Over Three Minutes Ahead Wind Comes Only In Puffs and Dies to Zephyr. New York , Oct. 2. Yesterday's at tempt to Ball the second of the present nodes of the International yacht races for the blue ribbon of the sea proved n dismal failure. Between 25,000 and 30,000 people , who crowded the pleas- tire tleet oft' Sandy Hook lightship In the hope of seeing a repetition of the thrilling race won by Columbia last Saturday , witnessed Instead more of a drifting match than a race. The wind was exceedingly light and variable , nt times falling so low that tbo pen nants , which are as light as thistle down , hung limp against the masts of the big single stickers. The wind with crews lined up on the lee rails was not sufllcient at any time to make the racing machines heel to their lines. At the end of four and a half...

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 — 4 October 1901

THK NOKKOLK NEWS : HUDAY , OCTOBER 1 , HIO. The florfolk jSi A pessimistic exchange In worried by the fear thnt Kmmn Goldman may take to the stage. A double worry for the pessimist Tin ) days are shortening nnd the conl bills nro lengthening. The most serious drawback to the fnsionlstn is n lack of calamity material with which to construct their platforms. The Chadron Journal suggests that the democrats nnd populists adopt the motto : Divided we stand , united wo fall. Senator Wellington of Maryland , who went a step further than other antl-im porinllsts , now probably wishes ho could tnko it back. Shamrock II appears to bo lacking In H few paces and linn not yet l > eeii proven Heel enough to tnko tln > honors of the inUTiintlonnl yncht race from Mis.- Columbia. . President RoonovoU doesn't portion- larly object to giving would-be nss.itc Kin * nil opportunity for n shot nt him but ho does object most strenuously to Iwoming a target for the kodnk fiend The democrats mny finnl...

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 — 4 October 1901

T1IK NOKFOLK N'EWS : KUIDAY , ( KTOIIKU I , 1001. BOBOLINK. C lslr , clover , butttmip , Hfd top , tnfoll , rnMJow nrett , | Ecstatic nlrtR. soaring up , Then KllJlng down to gnuy BumMnf , laughter , mul drtdrtt , MIJ Jay , Jun d jr , lucid akin , All rickltt * things tliat Unc Innvl , Hie gUJJfst 11 cJ that tines anil fllfi. Vodoni , orchards , brndtn ? spnr * . lluiiim , lllloii , Mllcmjr whMt , * Bong and Irollc (111 ( Ms diiys , S A ( catlicrctl rondeau all complete. Pink bloom , gold bloom , ftYabane white , Dewilrop , raindrop , cooling tlnulr , Bubbling throat and homing tll hl And Jubilant lirart a c'or uan tnmtc. Jolm Burroughs In M < ( lure's Magazine. DAPPLE'S MISTRESS 1 A Btory of the Civil War. " .Stop , Dapple. We must look to tills. " rnio hcono was a Krooti utivtch of Hummer la\\n In front of a flue old' YliKltilu fmtuhouko ; the spctiKor a Blight , bright f acini jlrl , giaccfully mounted on a small , giny pony. The sun was dropping out of sight behind the gieen ...

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 — 4 October 1901

TIIM NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOKKK 1,1001. State Has No Money to Restore Hospital for Insane. DOARD FAVORS REBUILDING. At the Regular Mooting Next Week NeROtintioMS Will ho Opened With Norfolk Looking to Reconstruction of tin ; From 9Miir < U > 'n Dally Governor Suvugo nnd Attorney ( Jon- onil Proutlio oiiino up from Lincoln yostorduy to inspect IhoNotfolkhoHpituI for IIIMIIIO , Hponttho iiftornoon ut the institution. They found the property in much bettor condition Hum they luid expected , mid ut the end of their visit expressed themselves I\H Individually in favor of reconstruction. Two olhor members of the lionrd of public IniidH mid buildings , Roorotury of Htntn Marsh mid Commissioner of Public LnulH mid Buildings Folmor. hud visited the insti tution the day after the llro , and uftor they hud looked ever the Hituution they expressed thoniHdlvoH UH HittlHllod thut the only thing to doin torobuild. TluiH , HO fur UH they have expressed themselves individuiiUy , the memb...

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 — 4 October 1901

TIIK NOKKOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOHIW 1,1001 , SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Miss ll.ittie Allbory went to Lincoln tliih inornii g. r Hey Willbcrgor of Madison was a city , visitor yottorday. .1. G. D.ivey of Fulltrton , was u city visitor over night. \t \ M Gnylonl has boon appointed ad ministrator of the estate of the Into N. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Witfoth of Stanton were the guests of Norfolk n lativeHyes- tcrdny. Harry Hartford returned to H.irting- ton todny after a two-weeks' vacation spent at homo. MiHH Dingman of the public schools waH on the sick list j esteiduy and Mrs. P. F. Boll supplied. L. II Johuson , engineer on the F. K. tt M. V. , departed last night on a visit to hia ranch west of Long Pino. Mrs. Rudolph Thiem of Oiniiha is vis iting at the homo of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Carter , east of the city. B. B Bryant is moving from the Miller house on Madison avenue and Eighth street to a house on South Second end street. D. J. ChoHiiutwood of Omaha , repo- sentativo of the Hei...

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