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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , XOVKMlJKIl 1 , iflOL The Norfolk \V. N. UUUK , DAILY. KilfltilUlin.1. tssl. Kvorj tiny nxcnin Snmlaj. Hy ri rrlrr per wok , 15 rnul * , II ) nuvtl | > n > ) onr , ttf.iw. WKKKl.Y N i\VSMMItMlN.\li : , tm Newt , ciUlxlilimli list. Thn Joiunnl , pMnlilUliril IM1. Ktflry Krlilny. Hy nmll ptir ) rnr , f I.M ) . Knt r v1 nt tlin rootoltlca nl Norfolk. Nrti. ni mutter. T lrtiniiFM ) Kdlturlnl Doiinrlmnil , No. lluilniM > Oillco mill Jnli Rdoinr. No. SI ! . REPUBLICAN TICKET. Stntc. Fc Jtutur of tlio Htipri tup Ctmt - S. II. BKIHIUICK. * , Ft * llrKciiUot Ilia Stain Unhetnltj C. J. KKNHT . Lincoln E.O. OAUUNH . . . . . Konrney County. Forfonnly Irpnmlrrr . H. ( ' . MII.I.H Fcr ronnty clotk . I'llll. JUl < H Korcnuiit ) Jiulm . Ji'WiK M. J. Moiicii For comity niliotliitmiloiit. . . > l II , HAIIM.H , Jr. PurilKirm . J. ' U.MKMH .For coni.tr Miwjor . \\.h.l.o K For comity cnromu. . . . . Dit. 1 > . II. MrilAiHN VLT count ) ctimmlrnldtiT JAN. lnti...

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 — 1 November 1901

THKNOKFOI.K MWS : HUDAY , NOVKMHKR I , l)01 ! ) , Admiral Caillard Goes to Le vant to Lay Down Terms. WILL SEIZE A CUSTOM HOUSE. If Turkey Does Not Settle at Once France Will Use Coercion Two Thousand Troops Added to French Mediterranean Squadron. Paris Oct. 31. The entire French Mediterranean squadron left yeptorduy nfternoon , sayn the Toulon corre spondent of the Figaro. While one division put in nt Sallns d'llieres , another ; composed of three battleships nnd two cruisers , under the command of AdmiralCaillard , , proceeded to the Levant. Two thousand troops will tie added to this force. Ad ml nil Call- lard's Instructions are that if complete satisfaction Is not given by the Otto man government to all the claims of France ho shall seize the custom house of the port nearest his squadron. It is believed his destination Is the Island of Mltyleno or Salonika. The Island commands the entrance to the Darda nelles and the gulf of Smyrna. Several morning papers condemn the Figaro's To...

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 — 1 November 1901

TJIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER ! , 1901. Unknown Number of WoundcJ in Balltown Combat , PARNAGE AT A CAMP-M EATING. Casualties Are Mostly Among Negroes. | Nine Blacks Are Killed nnd Dozen or More May Die as Result of Wounds and Neglect In the Swamps. Ilnlltown , La. , Oct. 30. The rnco war ut a camp-meeting nl Duncnn'H ehnpol Sunday luui loft u carnival of Wood unequalled l Hi" history of the country. Ono whlto mnn IH dead , an other IH now dying with a bullet hole throiiRh lilw iitomueh , iuul u third whlto man IB badly wounded. Nine negroes were hilled In the t > lnody affray live inon , three wonion nnd ono Biniill child. A dozen or per- Laps nioro negroes escaped to the woods nnd fiwumps with woiindH that nro believed to lie certain denth In tin ! liniHh nway from medical euro. The fierce conlllct raged for half an Tinur. ThoHo at a distance sny the firing sounded llko u pitched buttle be tween troops. To tin ) enmp-mcetlng negroes hud como from 200 miles , all up mill...

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 — 1 November 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMKKK 1 , 1901. .Assassin of President Dies in Electric Chair. ALL HIS BELONGINGS BURNED. Cody Will Be Secretly Interred In the Prison Grounds , Relatives of the Prisoner Having Formally Relin quished All Claims to It. Auburn , N. Y. , Oct. 29. Loon F. Czolgosz , the murderer of President MoKlnley , win electrocuted lit 7:13 : o'clock ttus morning , 'i'tio plan ot burning his clothing and papers wns carried out Immediately after the exe cution. The state Is not to surrender Ills body and by sundown It will have been secretly Interred In ground con trolled by the olllclals of Auburn prison. Waldeck Czolgosz , brother of the murderer , foreseeing endless dllllcul- tics and possibly angry demonstra tions as the result of an attempt to * " CZOI.009Z IN TIIE DEATH CHAIR. give the body ordinary burial , heeded the advice of Superintendent of State Prisons Collins and Warden Meade and formally relinquished all claims to It. He merely stipulated that at the c...

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 — 1 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMHKR 1 , J901 ems The ropubllcniiB Uionld rnlly to tlio nnpport of the comity ticket nnd give It the minority It dewws. If the fuRlonlRts hnvo nny principles nt stnko in the comliiK election few of them know Just what they uro. AH a cuntodlnn of the comity money II. O. Miles hns proven cnpnblo mid effi cient and ntionld receive the hearty on- dorfomont of the voters. I'hil Bnnoh has given good flntfofno- tion ns comity clerk nnd ImH nindo a record tlint should rccotvo the ourncdt consideration of the voters. J. .1 GlomontB for sheriff IB gaining j > opulnrity cnoh day nnd will nnquoB- tlonnbly bo elected to the portion In which ho nerved HO cllloleutly before. No one questions the qualifications of M. .1. Meyer for county judge nnd his candidacy will unqni'stionnblv receive the hourly ondorBcimtut of the voters. Dr D. B. MoMalmn for county coroner ner should receive the Mipport of nil ro- publluuiH. Ho IH experienced ns n phys ician nnd tlmt Is the...

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 — 1 November 1901

'I'llK XOHI-mTC XKWS : KIUI1AY , NOVKMItKK I , 1001. NERVES. Tlic moilrrn mk iiil.i i > f \o\r \ li IXHP , time t flniplp inailntM , now ohvrtfl Ilic I | KM ' ( lilj p.i lonatc tlUraiip Anil l twlcp iiirrowlul , hccau o he trtf , Inch hy Inch f nil rink' , ( lip fatal knllc. O licahti o ( tltnplr mincli , nhc me jour llle And let inp , lor onp midnight , rranu to hear Thp clock ( oretfr tlcklin ; In my car , Y The clock that tclU thp tulnutpi In my Srilnl It Is not love nor lo\c'i ilctpalr , thlt pi In That fliootn a nltlrM , keener panK itot The tltnplc anony ol love and IOM. Ktrvf , nerxeiil Oh , lolly ol * ihlld who drcimi Ot heaven and , waking In the ilarkneM , ncrcamil Arthur ttjmona In Saturday Ilc lew. OoOoOoOoOoOoQOoOoOoQoOoOoO 1 Priscilla's I o o I Peculiarity 1 o " o OoOoOoOoOoOooOoOoQoOoooOcO "Odd to hoar from him again , after nil these years' 1 wonder what made him write directly he reached South ampton ! " Prlscllln Baberloy glanced Inquiringly - ly from the open l...

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 — 1 November 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBKll 1,1001. Shot by Chris Ducr on His Farm Near Hadar. INQUEST HELD THIS AFTERNOON Edmund George , Dend Man's Com panion , Under Arrest Duer Caught Fonthorly ComlnR Out of His Darn Last Night nnd StiootiiiR Followed. Fiom Wrilnowlmr't I'nlly. The people of llndar , a email country town five mlles north of this cltynro to day experiencing the excitement nt'und- nut uHM a murder case and the excite ment has to Fomo extent inllnenccd the people of Norfolk and those of Pierce county in which the shooting wan dono. The name of the dead man is George Font In-fly and thu one who toolc liin life i * Chris Duer. Chris Diu > r is a farmer , living on a nwtvd place about a mlle north of the village , llo Is n Russian and speaks Ki lisli lint Imperfectly , nevertheless It has bepn possible to.seonro . from him a oompi to account oO the occurrence ) . I InMate Mato- hat last night between li ! and 1 o'olof ho was aronsod by the barking oi his di , . and know...

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 — 1 November 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS , J. F , Smith wiia In the city yesterday from Leigh. Al , Ayers of Wisncr was a Norfolk visitor yesterday. Mrs. J. 0. Aid is epected homo today from tinhdn , Col. ' C. B. Durlnnd went to Phxlnvlow yes terday on business. R. W. Hoyt is expected hero tomorrow from Marcollne , Mo , II. S. Beck of Pierce was in the city yesterday on business. Otto Thorpe of Coleridge wns a Nor folk visitor yesterday. Snm Friedman wns over from Mndi- sou on busiuoiH yesterday. Walter Stcphan of Council Bluffs , I own , IB lu Norfolk on business. Mrs. G , F. McCorinltk left nt noon for n visit with relatives nt Creighton. Captniu F. Geguer of Madison is n guest nt the homo of Mr. nud Mrs. Win. Ahlnmn. Mr. nud Mrs. Storrs Mnthowson re turned nt noon todny fromjtholr wedding trip east. Mrs. Fred Sldler nnd children re turned todny from n visit with relatives nt Wiusido. Mrs. L. E. Hart goes to Fromout to morrow to spend Sunday with her hus band , who has n position in thnt city. The mask ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 November 1901

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER I , 11.01. . WEDNESDAY WRINKLES. ,1. I ) . Sturgeon nin'lo n lumlinw vlMl to Plntnvtow. W. J. Kupnrt onmo over from Hart- iiiRton last ulKht.- John Sherman in Norfolk from \ViiiRldu yt'Htordny. K , M. KrlmnH. wni a city visitor yes terday from I'liiiuvlow. Mayor T. Miimmlnnnr wan ovrr from Madison yesterday on ImiiniHH. Mrs. M. W. Korrln of P.mndonn , Onl. , la the Kiiost of lior nli > co , Mrs. A. Mor- T. T. Thatcher , roprPHQiitlnff the I'oftvy Grain comimiiy , in in the city on Win. Wiirni'ko nrrlvod from Sorlbnor nt noon to nttond the Kupurt-HommU'r wedding , Mit < s Myrtlu Wiildron linn returned from a throoweeks' visit with frioiidH iu Lincoln. Mr. mid Mrs. A. ,1. Durlnnd , Mrrt. Fnunio nruhum nnd Lonn Stewart drove to Madison today. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Karo arrived last nipnt from Lyoiw to attimd tlio Rupert- Srunnlor wedding. Editor V. U.Murtin of the lUttlo Orook KntorpriHO transacting biiRinonn in Norfolk yi'Htorday. JArn. Polloc...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 1 November 1901

TIIKOHKOLK NKWSt FKIDAY. NOVKMHKK 1 , 11)01 ) II OPTICIAN OCULIST r Ophthalmologist OPTICIAN One who Manufact ures or Deals in Optical Goods. OCULIST A Physician who Pretends - tends to Cure Eye Diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - One who Understands the L > e , thur De fects and their Relation to Human Ills. C. FW. . PUQUARDT , Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Clashes Fitted. NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Good lot nt Junction $ 70.00 House and i6 aero , ! id St 850 00 House and largo barn 1000.00 House , bam , aero , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Kates. T. E. ODIORNE. We have just received a cur of about the FINEST POTATOES You Ever Saw. I Better order a bushel and try 'em. 'Phone 59" The season Is fast approaching when you will have to do a "Little Patching , " as well as new build ing. It will be poli cy for you to see us before buying any building material We carry a very large and complete stock. CHICAGO LUMBER CO. * The Weather. Conditions of ...

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 — 1 November 1901

TI1K XOKKOLIC NEWS : FRIDAY. NOVHMHHH. 1 Mim LIFE'S COMPENSATIONS. Why Mioulil f rw wear ) n ( llil llfi't ' ( hir < nil ulioiilil ulilm rvir , not ninln.t | ( Irmv MrmiKtr mul mil lutilor In tlir ulrllf , IIHIliK Mcli imitniiit "Illi t litilile act , II cF linn , nfliior nil minimi , IHilnit ntir iliilj In mir Mln mrn Ami Mtlxlim inilirr to i-xall mir rice Tlun uur | nmr wlu , llli nirnrM Inml or pen. \\V hnll cm I our nninm n il i'lllim nhici Wlilcli lint H Hill1 * lull mil ili'WM B.IIII. OIT < | iiliiR nf Thin' "lull llii'ii InUitn ( mli liniir , \\lilili , ol "M. inrih lnvlin'lv dull mril Tn lUf fuiriir In ) uiitli' puti'il lln\ur And Kulilr lirr future ihlMnii hi'im-mi inl , l.lllll' < HlKM II l.iJWI'll. POOR OLD JIM . > * BY M. QUAD Copytli-ht , 1001 , by C. 11. Lewis. I was running on fast fid lit us II iv- iniin , nnd my cnglnci-i1 was a niuii iiiini od Colvlllc. Ih' was ten yours my wn lor mid also an old bnclirlor. .lliu WIIH ulint everybody called M H < | i...

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 — 8 November 1901

's ' ° clct ) . NORFOLK , NKBUASKA , FRIDAY , NOYKMHHK s , 11)01. ) r ir Our Entire I , , / Hart'- Schaffhe Taj 'ad& lor * A Rare Opportunity ! . , , . , lofhes A Chance in a Life Time ! To secure Your Winter Supply at Actual Cost and Even Less. CO BICHT HOI ST HART CCHirrru * 4 MAII Having decided to go into the Exclusive Clothing Business , we [ will offer , commencing WEDNESDAY , NOVEMBER 6 , all goods in our Mammoth Stock , both Dry Goods and Clothing , Regardless of Cost , intending to start in our New Business with ft V withSTOCK ! All new goods bought for this Season's NO FAKE SALE As you can easily Trade , in Dress Goods , Silks , Ladies' and find out b'y calling Misses' Jackets , Furs , Skirts , Underwear , i. HIII Notions , Fancy Goods , and all other Dry and how seeing we Goods , Men's and Boys' Suits , Men's Over = are sacrificing goods. All goods marked in coats , Fur Overcoats , Boys' and Children's Plain Figures. Overcoats , Reefers , Hats , Caps and all Fur = nis...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 1901. , v " I AM DETERMINED : to go out of business , and will sell everything in my store at nit ACTUAL COST ! it v This is -'HOODOO , " itH but a It FIDE SALE ! t : I I am disposing of all my property in and around Norfolk , and shall remove from the city. For this reason I am making a GENUINE SKUE. My stock is clean and well selected. A large proportion of it is NEW GOODS , but all must go , WITHOUT RESERVE. ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH. I THIS IS YOUR BEST CHANCE to buy Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats , Underwear , Shirts , Hats , Caps and Mittens , and in fact , everything usually carried in a First = Class Clothing Store , CHEAPER than you ever bought them before in Norfolk. COME EARLY and see for yourselves that I MEMN BUSINESS. WIDE AWAKE CLOTHING STO E. B. KENYON , Proprietor. NORFOLK , NEB. *

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 — 8 November 1901

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMBKU 8 , 1001. OCULIST 'Ophthalmologist OPTICIAN o who Mauufaot- 'nrcs or Deals in Optical Goods. ' OCULIST A Physician who Pre tends to Cure Eye Diseases ( ? ) . OPHTHALMOLOGIST - Ono who Understands the Eyes , their Do * 'foots and their Relation to Human Ills. . p. W. > , . i i Ophthalmologist , Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted. NORFOLK - NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House ami % acre , td ! St 850.00 House and largo barn 4000.00 House , barn , % acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 House at Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Ratos. T. E. ODIORNE. . We have just received a car of about the V FINEST POTATOES You Ever Saw. i r m , , Better order a bushel and try 'em. * ' " r 'phone 59 PARISH Jf\ " GOLD WAVES ! KUA -si * > t \ T , WILL SOON ] STRIKE YOU. Get your Storm Sash in time. We furnish all sizes promptly. CHICAGO LUMBER CO. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperatu...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 1901 The Norfolk Neuus W. N. UUH1C. I'ubllnUor. DA IKY. KMnMlilinil , IVM. Kvor ; doy oxrojiv Hmiilnjr. Hy cnrrlnr nor wool , IS ronU. lljr mntl i > or ) ( < nr , fl W. \\icr.u i.v N i\vs-.iCMI : UNA i. . TlinJoiirnnl , oMnlillMirol 1M7. Ktery Friday , lly mull for > i < r , tl.MI. Kiitorod nt tlio I'oMollleo lit Norfolk. Noli , , n * tocond elnM nmtter. Tilnpiiiii ) < M > ' Kdllorlnl Di'imrtmotil , No. 22t lliKlnnM Ulllcn nud Job riooiim. No. 322 , A Croknr laid Low , would malco n Rood hondlinu. \VI11 the World-Horald please go way Tjaclt iwd nit down with Mr. Hryon ? It may Imvo boon an off year , but the rpinibllcniiB were evidently not very far ff in niOHt inntuticcH. In face of the docroimod rote and tlio republican Rnln , Murk lliuum will prob- nbly not bo noonncd of importing votora into Nobrnsku this full. A wonmu in the oust llngKcd n fast trniu to lonrn the tinio. Most train crown would have infonnod her that it w...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMBRR8 , 1001. Complete Returns Received r From Forty-two Counties. SEDGWICK CARRIES THE &TATE. 'fleeted to Supreme Bench by About Ten Thousand Mark Figures on Regents - gents Indicate Substantially Same Result Large Falling Off In Vote. Omaha , Nov. 7. Figures covering about 70 per cent of the state "vote on judge of the supreme court of Nebras ka Indicate that In 1,121 precln'cta of the state out of the total number of 1,611 , that Sodgwlok has received 74.- 4327 votes , and that Hollcnbeck 'has ' re ceived 63,118 votes , thus 'giving 'Sedn- wick a majority of 11,409. The appended table of 42 countlen , complete , shown a plurality for Sedg- wick of 6,001. Those same counties last year gave Dietrich , Republican candidate for governor , n plurality of 41 , a net gain over last year of 5,900 , when Dietrich had a plurality In the state of 861. This would Indicate that the Republican plurality on the head of the state ticket will be In the neigh bo...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 1901. Fusion Candidate Elected Mayor by 35,000 Plurality. i VICTORY IS NEARLY COMPLETE. One Borough Prculdent Is All Tam many Can Claim Scepter of Power i Wrested From Croker by Combined ! Opposition of Fuslonlatn. Now York , Nov. 0. Beth Low , form er president of Columbia uiilvurnlty niul four yours ago thu Citizens' Union rnndldnte for tlio 11 rut nmyorof greater Now York , was elected yesterday tlio neeond mayor M Kri'utcr Now York l > y u plurality of 3G.OOO , defeating K < 1- ward M. Shcpiird of Brooklyn , the Democratic cuiulldnto. The campaign < was nn oxcIlliiK > , "il tbo vote , though somewhat IORB than In the pres idential ulcctlpn a your ago , wan tlio largest ever polled In a municipal con tent In thin country. In addition to the canvass for mayor public Intorcat largely centered In the nomination by the fuslonlstu 01 RUTH IXW. XVIlllam Trnv'ers Jerome for district ottornoy and Mayor Hohert A. Van Wyck , by the Democ...

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 — 8 November 1901

THM NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8 , 1001. Makes First Tdlk for Navy De partment in Schley Case. 8CHLEY CORRECTS TESTIMONY. Admiral Makes Slight Changes In 'His Evidence Last Two Witnesses In Behalf of Applicant Not Heard by the Court. Washington , Nov. 5. The Schloy court of Inquiry reached the argument stage at the beginning of tfto after noon session yesterday. The morning sitting was devoted to listening to Ad miral Schloy and Captain Slgsbeo In making corrections of their testimony , which had been given previously , and , the .Introduction by Judge Advocate Lomly of numerous documents bear ing upon different phases of the In quiry. Admiral Schley did not make any material additions to his irevlous atatements , but devoted himself to the clearing up of ambiguous points In his evidence. An effort was made to In troduce two new witnesses , who wore expected to give teBtlmqny in Admiral Schley's behalf concerning the con troversy as to what information Cap tain Slgsbeo communic...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NORFOLK NEWSi FIUDAY , NOVEMBER 8 , 19)1 { ) Barnes Burprlsod his opponents nud ptnno of ills friends ns well. Norfolk republicans appear to make ilu-lr lust showing in olVyrnrn. - " % . There Is glory enough in It for Mndi- ran county republic-mis for oneycnr. NubrnBkn has spoken to Mr. Hrynn. Now will ho go wny back nnd sit down ? This snowstorm is n seasonable re minder of what is happening to some- tody. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Miles ran llko n house nllro. It was n Rrnceful compliment to n treasurer of ability. It rather looks ns though ( hero worq a few republicans loft in Madison county. Ohio stayed in line with n good , big majority. MoKlnloy is ( lend , but hto spirit lives. W. II. Lawo showed all hln old-tlmo upord and ils majority is probably Urn largest on the ticket. The St. Louis papers appear to think that the coming exposition nt that place is about the biggebt piece of news on tup. _ Some of BarncH1 friends opposed his nlcction because they wanted to keep him in...

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 — 8 November 1901

THE NOKFOIj'K NEWS : .TODAY , NOVEMBKK 8 , KlO'l. IN THE NIGHT. I hfar.l ( I * footfall Of the lull ] The rmln of the iliy Vi'trt taming down ninld ( tic And rank on rank tntrchcd liy. 1 lifarj the ttiuniUr's cannonade , The licatlne of hli drum. I MW the liKlittiltiK'i flashing l > tai ! . The hoiti of heaxcn had cornel Tlic mighty legions cron ed Ihc roor And stormed the distant hill ; Flint grew the sound of tramping hood , And , lo , then nil w s still. . * * . At morn I saw dead crlmvm leavti Far o'er the wide world tossed , And now the lonely autumn Rrleus Tor til that she has lent. Woman'a Home Companion. i ! BILLY BRAG ; Ills name was Phlncas Ellsworth , but we boys nt the "II X" ranch called him Hilly Ilrng for reasons which ten minutes' conversation with him would make obvious even to a total stranger. To say that he was opinionated la drawing It very mild , and to state that the chlefest of his opinions was the particularly excellent one he held of himself IB superfluo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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