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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 October 1901

T11R iXOHFOLK NKWS ; FRIDAY , OCTOKKU 18 , J901 TheJSiorffolkJSicucis When In doubt vote tbu republican ticket and you cnnnot err. The Nebraska foot Imll boys will hnvo to HJH I'd up considerably to trot i the Minncsotn class. "Coin" Harvey's inunoHnonld quickly 1)0 embalmed or It will bo lost to coming ftcneratlonn forever. Why doesn't the World-Herald , no bony reforming the republican patty , require Porter to put it back ? The Ht. IxmiH Globe-Democrat the iiuino ' 'Ozolcotz" donorves to dio. That pajMir ovidenily believes In hilling it by di'Krei'H. It IIIIH hilled out tbo " " "IB- l-'rt'o speech and n free pn-sH MIOUIU lw iniiintiilned but the ninjorlty of tbu jxHiplo would favor the placing < > f safety vnlvo and a governor on the brnliiH behind HOIIIO of the speaking n (1 ( Writing. . The World-Herald poses as the best informed paper in the state regarding Hartby'H beneficiaries. IH that the re ward it HeonrcH for trying to keep the defaulting treasurer from serving hiH...

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 — 18 October 1901

Till' NOHFOI/K N'KVVS : KH1UAY. ( XTOI'.HI ! IS , 11)01. ) LIBERTY. m.m Is thorp no Mil lint lip ihoulJ say , "Thin siul thus only uoulil I have ( lie teat" For ulivlhir lying r lin ami bountiful , C1a | > ltiK thp earth In lo\c or throning back The unllc of lip.ncn from waves of ninctlijit , Or win I her , frriheneil by tuny winds , It bears Die trade and naxlci ot the worlj To ends of u e or item activity , Or whether , lailird by trinpritii , It RVC | xvajr To rlrincnt.nl fury , howls and roars At all ltd rocky barriers , In wild lust Of ruin drlnki the blood of HvliiR thlnRi And strews Hi wrecks o'er leagues of dctolatt chore , Always It Ii ( he wa , and men bow down Uctorc Its \ait and \arlcd majesty. Bo all In vain will tlmorotu ones cway To N't thp metes and bounds of liberty , j Kor freedom Is Its own eternal law. It makes its own conditions and In jtonn ' Or calm ullke fulfills tlio unerring will. I/ct us not then despise It when U llei Will it a deeping Hun , while u tw...

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 — 18 October 1901

TIIM NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKU 38,1001. Electric Light Bonds arc Still Held Up. DECISION OF JUDGE DOYD. t - The Order Is Modified , However , Al lowing the Council to Present Bonds ( or RoRlstraUon to tlio Audi tor oT State. Kiom HMmiU ) ' * Dnll ) At the ooiiuliiHtnu of tlio argument to dissolve the injunotlon against the IHHU- nnco of bonds by the city for the pur pose of constructing rt electrln light plant , hold in chambers at Hurinw & Tyler's olllco yesterday ixftornoon , Judge Hey A decided that the Iiijunotloii Hhould not Im dlHHolvud. The injunction was modified , however , to the extent that the council may present the bonds to the Htato auditor for registration , but it was continued in foroo HO far as prevent ing the Halo of the bondH or entering into nny conhaot or creating any debt on ihoir nconunt. Tlio judge expressed the bo- llof that the bondH would not bo registered by the htato auditor , but , ho nllowoil the council to nniko the attempt if it ia HO des...

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 — 18 October 1901

FRIDAY , OCTOHKK 18,1901 , 0 SATURDAY SIFTINGS , S. K , Anker of Wttyno was a city vis itor yesterday. 0. .T. Strlgker of Uumphroy was In Norfolk yisterility. Dr. S. 0. Stuart of O-tuightou wns n Norfolk guest over night. Mrs. W. K. Powers ami Mrs. Stuly of Pierce were city visitors today. Deputy County Treasurer Arthur Pilgcr is over from Madison today. Mr and Mrs Geo. A. Hrooks of Hazllo Mills were in the city this morning * Miss Lillie Pulciscr and Mr and Mrs. V-ui Orman of Pminviow W-TU in the city today. D P Clausssr of LiPortn , 111. , is a guest of his old time friend , G. F. McCormiclc , Fred Steckolberg of Soribner was in the city over night , a guest at the homo of Rev. , T. P. Mueller. J. B. Barnes , jr. , wont to Madison to. day to become acquainted with the voters ers at the county seat. ' Mrs. Fred Rowotch of Chicago is hereto to see her husband , who is in nu inmate oi the hospital for the insane. The Standard oil wagon got stuck in the mnd back of the Fair store this...

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 — 18 October 1901

,10 Till ? NOUKOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 1H , W01. One to be Established East of Norfolk Soon. PETITIONS FOR OTHERS READY. Route Into Stnnton County Has Dcon Recommended by C , E. Llewellyn , Suporlntumlont of the Service The Farmers Will bo Benefited. I'rom TluiriMlny'H Dully : Farmers surrounding Norfolk nro BOOH to know the benefits of the rnrul ftvo mall delivery system , being ' ) llshod under this administration in tint fnnniiiK communities of the comitry. Postmnsior Spreohor mid O. E Uow- ollyii of Omnhii , superintendent of rurul innll routes , yesterday iniido n trip over the proposed route extending wwt trom Norfolk into Stnnton county unit Mr. Llewellyn will rocoinnioiiil its establish ment nt onco. The route is 2t ! tnllos long and will cover u populotiH funning community UoKinningut the Norfolk olllco It KOCH oust to the old Wostorvolt corner , a inllu oust of First street ; n mlle north to the iiRyluin corner ; oust three miles , one mlle of which IH in MiullBon comi...

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 — 18 October 1901

rin ? vMni.vM v vir\rc. II'IMUAV Mri'mium i mm OPTICIAN OCULIST Ophthalmologist OPTICIAN One who Manufact ures or Deals in Optical Goods. OCULIST A Physician who Pro tends to Cure Eye Diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - One who Understands the K > on. their De fects and their Relation to Human Ills. G. FW. . PRQUARDT , Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot ut Junction $ 70.00 House and } 6 acre , lid St 850 00 House , barn , U. acre , Junction. 036,00 HOUBO , barn , acre , -1th St. . . 1200.00 House nt Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Kates. T. E. ODIORNE. ACOODMAMY PEOPLE who have tried to find something "just us good" as . .CHASE & SANBORN'S. . COFFEE AND TEA have given it up. Our trade on those goods is better than ever. Why don't you try ? Sold only by PARISH. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to. day : Maximum temperature 03 Minimum temperature 31 Average 57 Precipitation...

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 — 18 October 1901

THK NORKULICJs'KWSj ' FRIDAY , ( Mfl'OBKll 18 , lUOi OUT OF DATE. , Vi\\tn tlic urn turj morning looU down on ( \ \ will , i lie In uniting , iniuli 11 to myt "If jretmlny fitllril JTIII In cntndirl mnl tnltlli , You rnti itirt In lunml new wllli Imlujr. Tor Ui < - night * , HVc thick uirulin , l'\o Ining la Tlif | vi l from ( lip wrurjr mnl wrnks So ( irlllit-r I'f ilfllnit nor lln rr to drum ) O'rr tin ) ItoutilM that lini | | > cnn ! Uit w > V. "Ilirro tc | "K'ri ol pillion ami | tgn " ' rlirrr To \ < f trail In mill * tory of IKo. \\VI1 i Into ( bo clil clmplrm ami Mill | > rmeur Ttirnugli lue ( or peed fortune or ttlfi- . Tlioucli | 'tc fiil ctrtift mi ) | irtm > k * our illMin/ , A wilsri1 'lit may to n-cki Let the liiuiri drill i iy ; jou "III teen nml Hint they Arc lint liunlilri Ilia I lupprnnl U t wprk. " St. l.ouli Itrpulillr. : FEAR THOU NOT : A Tnlo of tlyi Frunoh Hovolution. .J..I..J..J..J.-H..J..J. -1 I ! Tlii'iv nrt' IVw who hiivc not lirnrd or rent...

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 — 25 October 1901

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. NOKKOUv , NKHHASKA , 1-'IIIAY ! ) , OCTOIIKli 2.'i , MIDI. Testifies in His Own Behalf in Naval Court of Inquiry. BEGINS STORY OF CAMPAIGN Only Demonstration Is When the Witness - ness Repeats the Pledge He Gave Sampson of Being Always Loyal. Big Crowd Is Present. Washington , Oct. 25. Admiral Schloy yesterday took the stand In his own behalf at the court of Imiulry which Is Investigating his conduct as comrnander-ln-chlot of the Hying sijuad ron during the Santiago campaign He was summoned a few minutes after the court convened at 2 o'clock for the afternoon session and when the court adjourned at 4 o'clock ho appar cntly had only gotten well under way In his testimony. The admiral gave o careful and detailed narrative of al1 the events of the campaign up to the battle of Santiago. Ho had not reached the stage of his testimony whoio he will toll of the battle when the court adjourned for the day. The audience which listened to his recital was by far...

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 — 25 October 1901

TIIK NOKFM1J < M < ; WS- FRIDAY , ( ) ( TO UKII 2,5 , ! JK)1 ) THE JO SON DRY GOODS COMPANY. OUR MAMMOTH FALL STOCK NOW READY. \ rK stock is iilwnys LAIUK ! , hut never wn.s every nopartincnt , . o jaminnd with now goods as now. Our store , as is well known , is a1 ways a busy one , but never was the BIG O STOKM so like a boo hive from morning to ni hl. as now. Prices arc Low and Styles tnoro stnpleand pleasing than for years. Expressions ere frequent , "How nice an article for the price ! " This is our study , our labor , our life. To see HOW ( iOOI ) Wli CAN GIVE YOU FOR THE I'KICE. Our customer's interest is our interest and welfare. Our most sincere olTorts.arc to serve you WELL ! Wo earnestly request you to visit our store and thoroughly inspect its values in every Department. CLOAKS AND SUITS. \Vo Spent tlimi woekH In Nnw York , buying our fall Htock and out ) wet k wan np nt among clonk uianufactun'rH. buying for ca li , the best li" of garnientH tver Hhuwn in NortheiiH...

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 — 25 October 1901

THH NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OOTOBKR 2/i / , 1001. ra SALE TKKsUHKU'S OFl'KE. > Mad eon County , ftubrnnka ) Notion Is herobr Riven that all lands nnd town lots In the following list , on which the tnies remain unpaid for the jr nar Bpoclfled , "will bf-Bold at this otllco on the flr t Monday of November. 1901 'Following la the list for publication , as rniulrod by law , giving thn amount dun thereon , to which will bo t.ldod Internal at the rain of 1 1 per cnnt per annum from the llrstdayof May after the roar due , with the con of publication aiul salo. Dated at Madison , Nob. . October 1. 1001 , It. C. MILKS , County Treatnrar. L"fc' ' rr ' TinAVnter lleetlc. Tlie grout carnivorous witter beetlf , tlit' dyllsciis , uftur cntclilng and eat ing otliur crontnreH all day , with two nilnntc IntorvnlH to conic up , poke tuu tips of Its wings out of the watur anil Jain some air against Its Kplracles be fore ( k'Hcend'ng once more to Its sub- aquooiiH hunting grounds , will rise by nigh...

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 — 25 October 1901

THE NOUFQLK j OCTOBER 25 , Hammond's Indiana House I Burned at Loss of $500,000. JFOUR BUILDINGS DESTROYED. Flames Arc Speedily Doyond Control of Local Department and Engine Companies Are Sent From Chicago , Will Reopen at South Omaha. Chicago , Oct. 24. Flro attacked ihu packing hoiiHu of tlm 0. II. Hum- numd company lit Hanunonil , Ind. , hint iilKlit niul within an hour gained Hitch headway that the duHtnictlun of the jilnnt wan feared. The lliunitiond ilio department and the private flro fight- ini ; corim of the packing company vruro unublo to cope wltli the flames nnd n call WHB Rent to Chicago and South Chicago. , Four engines from the Chicago department were loaded on u. special train from the Fort Waynn road and hurried over cleared tracks lo the burning district. Tliu flro bo- Kan nt the south end of the plant , In an old frame hoiwo , used aH the hoof kill ing dopartmont. In an hour the car uhupH , oiling rooniH , hoof killing de partment and hlaoltHiiilth Hhop wore ilt'H...

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 — 25 October 1901

T11K NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOHKU J > f > , 1001. Small Flame Causes Stampede in Louisville Playhouse. SCORE OF PERSONS INJURED. Gallery Crowd Suffers Most In the Mad Scramble Congested Exits Force Many to Leap to the Floor Below. Polyscope Fuse Blows Out. Lpulavlllo , Oct. 23. Several hun dred persons attempted to rush out of the Tcmplo theater yesterday after noon when the cry of flru was raised because cause a little llamo was seen about n polyscope machine. More than 20 per sons were badly hurt , two or three so seriously hurt that It Is feared they Will not survive their Injuries. > The following were seriously In jured : O. Jennings , I. Wethcrford , Miss Mary March , Mrs. George Schmidt , Miss Smith , Miss ICito Ho ber , two hops abbut 19 years , who are unconscious and who are unknown. Mrs. L. North , Omar Pulllam , Frank Blaccht , Edward Plunke , Mrs. Charles Cross , Miss Kate Hulger , George Meyer , Jo Fine , F. Schneider. It was at 3:30 : , Just after the firs...

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 — 25 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER 25 , 1001 Theflottfolk fieuas "For county coroner vote for Dr. 1) . 11. MoMnlmn nnd yon will bo acting for the "best interest * of the county. Keep the Htnto in line with the nn- tlonnl policies by voting the republican ticket and thereby enjoy to the utmost all benefits to l > o derived therefrom. Replace W. 11. Lowe , a competent civil engineer , in the olllco of comity rarvoyor anil rest nfniretl thnt the county work in thut particular will bo well done , , Unolo Sum Is taking an Interest In the MJK- * Stone kidnaping case and it will bo surprising if thu men responsible oTiulo tliu Insuo IIH successfully ns did I'nt Orowo. 8. W. HnycB mill O. P. Kin-loy for justices of pciico are fully competent to undertake the duties of llioK ) positions ud will conduct the business with satisfaction - faction to their eoiiBtiluonta. Not for years IIIIH thuro been hnuh n demand for Nebraska Innd IIH this full nnd the prices are constantly advancing. It ir...

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 — 25 October 1901

JT" I . THE NOHFOLTv NKWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER IT ) , 1001. WHEN SHE COMES HOME. 'Whtn MIP romrs home p ln , a tliouwnJ wayi I twlilon , to rnvjrlf , the ( rntlcnifn 01 my ulad vclcoinc. Shall I tremble \tt , And tcaUi lior , ashen flnt In the olil il.iyn 1 touched her Klrllsh luiul nor ilircil upraise - Mine et . tucli a my faint tiearl't tweet die r- tre-M , Then ultncr , and the perfume of tier drera ; Tlif room will n y a little , and a hate Cloy ejehlKht foul ilitht , e eii for a | iace , , And tears je l And the. ac.ic tlurj In tht tliront To know that I to III dener\e the place Her arms mike for me , and the nibbing note I itay wlUi klwes ( re the tearful face Again Is lililiK-n In the old unbrace , James Whttcomb Illley , 1 A WILD RIDE I 0 g - - 0 It Wns Made by a Veteran En0 S ginoer nnd a Fireman. / It was In Colorado , on one of tlio wlltlcst niul roughest railroads I know ' of. I was fireman on 07 , which was used In tlio passenger service. She had the largest drivers on t...

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 — 25 October 1901

rntv. ivniJivnr.Tf I.MMMAV nr < rmni > VK State Association Convened Last Evening : . SERMON DY REV. JOHN DOANE. Supt. D. C. O'Connor Wclcoms the Visitors nntl Rov. Lowls QroRory Responds List of Doluintcs Attend ing Address by Moderator Cross. 1'rom TuonlnyV Dnlljr : The OoiiRiVKaHnmiHHtfl o ( Nebraska , especially those who liuvo been turning thotr stops toward Norfolk , are ftlloltat- Ing thoniHolvos over the fact that their general association , In ItH forty-fifth nniwul mooting , IUIH promlno of 'iijoy- Ing the bi'Ht kind of weather that the whole year him to otfer. It will he OH pooially appri'oiutod in thlH city of mug ulflcont dlntancos. The first ovoniiiK'H session wiw preceded coded by a nong service , HOinowjiat o.\ ' tended by reason of the delayed arrival of the avonlng train whioh brought mont of the dolegutuH. Mrs. Mount and MrH. Utter presided at the organ , the choir consisting of Mr . BuoholMIHH Parker , Miss Morrow , Dr. Oolo and Mr. linker. Before the sermo...

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 — 25 October 1901

THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OOT011KK 25,1901. KEEP TEAMS OFF MAIN STREET. City Council Adopts The New Ordi nance Regulating Teamsters. The city council mot in regular ses sion at the city hall Thutsdtiy evening , with Muyor Koenigstolu and Councilmen - men Bruumuiud , ClutuouiH , Degnor , Gow , Uhlo and Walker present. Ab- tent , Wchtervelt. The minutes of the last regular meet ing were read and approval. Anton Buchol/ , administrator of the Verges estate , requested that the coun cil fix the gutter in front of the Queen City hotel bo that thowater would not run into the cellar of the building. Tne council authorized the filling in and grading of the street in front of the hotel to prevent the water running into the cellar. Ordinance No. 201 , relating to city water ratcH , was read uuddlbuussed , but nut voted upon as several amendments were suggested by the water ccunmis- Biouer that were very necessary and the city attorney was instructed to make the Hnggested changes in the ordi...

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 — 25 October 1901

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OOTOHKR 25 , State Board of Health Takes a Firm Stand , CASES MUST DE REPORTED , Fonr that the Dlsoaso May Uocomo Malignant if Not Stoppocl County Boards Must bo OrRanUod Phys icians' Cortlficatos In Danger. The Nebraska state board of hoiilth has decided to tulto logorous measures to rid the state of Htnnllpox nnd If other Htates will do likewise it may result in ridding thooom.try of the disease. It IB oortnin tlmt while the smallpox bus thuH fur boon very mild nnd few deaths nro rcBiiltliiK from iti tll ° disease nmy boaomo iitnligiiant mid virulent nnd a few deaths would creiito u Boaro the like of whloh has not boon experienced up to this time. The oourso of the Btnto board is wise ono and if the olll- oinlH of conntlos , oitleH and villages throughout the state will unlto with them they will soon eradicate the dis ease. ease.Tlio state board is composed of Gover nor Savage , Attorney General 1'rout aad Superintendent Fowler with lrs. B. P. Bailey...

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 — 25 October 1901

T11K NORFOLK NKWSs KIIIDAY , IKTOHKK IT ) , 11 OPTICIAN OCULIST Ophthalmologist r OPTIUlAN One who Manufnct- UtUri ( if Drlllh ill Optical Goods. OCULIST A Physician who Pie- temU to Oure Eye Dini-aweM ( ? ) . OPHTHAI MOLOGIST - om- who Undcn-tawU thu K.C . th ir De fects and thuir Relation to Human Illtt C. F. W. PRQUARDT , Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot ut Juiiction . $ 70.00 Htnibo nmi i < j acre , ! ! d St . MO 00 House and largo burn . -1000 00 House , barn , acre , 4th St.1200.00 Hour > o at Junction . 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. Get the Finest Bulk Oysters PARISH'S. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded tor the 24 hears ending at 8 a. in. to day : Maximum temperature 74 Minimum temperature 45 Average 50 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 1.07 Barometer 29 08 Forecast for Nebraska : Generally fair tonight and Saturday. Cooler Sat urday and west portion tonight. FRIDAY FACT...

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 — 25 October 1901

Till' , NOKKOLK NKNVS : 1'RIDAY , Od'OHHIl 2 , " ) , 11)01 ) Burlington Passenger Train Wrecked Near Exline , la. ONE OF THOSE INJURED DIEC. Others Are Reported to Uc F.itnlly Hurt Turning of Hnll on 8ot ( Rontl- bed Supposed to De Cnuoe of tha Cftlnmlty PnsncngcrB Maimed. Moultoti. In. . Oi-l. ar. HurlliiKtuit mill KUMHIIH City train N'o. IVIIH I wroeUuil two inllcn oiint of Hxllno Hlitirlly after 1 o'clock yostortliiy , the outlro train , roiiHlxlliiK of two day ctmchi'H , mull anil coinbluu- tlon earn , with the ( MiKlnu , brliif ? thrown over a 10-foot I'liilKUilciuoiit. The train wan liailly Hpllnlorcil. There were nearly HO PUHHUIIKIM-H In the coiu-hoH and how tlt y t'Hcapoil IH n myHtory. Three were prohal'ly fatal ly Injuroti anil llvo othorn badly luirt. KnllmvliiK In a llHt of the Injiirod : Jtuiii'R Mace. Unlonvlllo. Mo. , hurt In- ternnlly , will die ; Wynian SeewrlKht , Lancantor. Mo. , Injured Internally , will die ; John SoowrlKht , KiuiHiiHOIty. broimt and bacl < ...

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 — 1 November 1901

THE NOBFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL , , , , . NORFOLK NK1UIASKA FRIDAY NOVKiMUFR 1,11)01. ) Hughes Reports Surrender of All Rebel Forces. DEATH PENALTY FOR TREASON. 4 Philippine Cpmmlsslon Drafts String * ent Rule Seditious Words Mean Long Imprisonment and Heavy Fine Ninth Infantry Sees More Service. Manila , Nov. 1. General reports the complete surrender of the Insurgents In the Island of Colin , eon- BlBtlng of 450 men run ! GO otlloerfi , with 150 rllles and eight brass field pieces. The pouring of troops Into the Is land of Samar Is believed to have had n-good effect on the Cebu Insurgents , who had been wavering for some time. The malcontents kept up the conflict by saying that a majority of the Ameri can troops had loft the Philippines. Advices just received hero from Cat- lialogan , Samar , say that twelve men of company G , of the Ninth Infantry , under command of Sergeant \\Mllford , who had been sent to San Antonio to Investigate and report In regard to the number of bolomon I...

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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