ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 823 items from Norfolk Weekly News, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
823 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

M DsOsQ it im The Norfolk pieois W N HU315 Publlrtlior Kvory luy mk li c UlllK DAILY IrfliilillKlmtl lvS7 iiirint Similiiy lty riirrlor lty iniTIl pur your 00 HKKIUV KhIiiIiIIgIioiI ISM imr Krery Thursiliiy Hy mail lr yr - Kntnnul lit tlin Pontolllco ivt Norfolk Nul iik locmiil chum unit tor Tolupliutin No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET Stuto For Gin onuir CllAlttci 11 niinuirii iliinn For Uoutiiuiiit Governor K ISwmii CtiBlor For Socrolarj of Sliito Oko W Muisii HlcliimUon rorTroimirnr WiiiivMSriiFKKK CimiiiiK For Auditor Oiiaums WisnN bliurliliiii For Attorney lenoriil FllASh N Pkout For Limil ominlBhioiior Uioiuu Foimimi Nuckolls For9uirliitiimloiitof Public Instruction W K 1uwiku Wiislinmtim fJoiiN F NrimtT rreeliloiiltul Kloclora K II WIN1HIM KliWAIll UOIHH It lj llWIUH 1 S r Davidson i Jacoii U Iacoiison I John I Kknniiv John J Ijnoiu CoiikitiihIoiimI ForConKriunmun Third District- JOHN It HAYS I Norfolk The winuera are named MoKiuloy aud Roosevelt But dont burst your nnHuiKinRiii niiik...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

ft i TUESDAY TOPICS Miss Delia Ochner of MmHsoii is a city visitor O J Rumloll was ncify visitor yes terday from Wayuo Miss HowIr departed yesterday morn ing for Sac City Iowa Mrs Nairn of Buffalo Gap S D is a Kuost at the homo of O 1 Chapman John U Long of Iiorco had his leg brokou by a troo fulling on It tho other day Mrs Roland of Iowa Is visiting at tho home of her sou V C in South Nor folk II II Hull Is moviug his family into tho Mrs Goorgo houso on North Ninth street Mrs Thompson of South Norfolk is hoino from Iowa and was accompauicd by hor nioco Mrs N J Davis and daughter Mrs M P Suitor expect to loavo tomorrow for Decatur 111 whoro they will visit Boveral weeks Chas Pilger who worked in tho ex press oflice and tried mining at Dead wood S D returned Sunday and is again at work in tho Fair store He was glad to return to Norfolk Mrs Wm Butzke of Millard who has visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Julius Deguor and other relatives and friends has gone to Wisuer being ac companied t...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

1 FRIDAY FACTS Ohns Blersdorf returned last o vening from n weeks visit nt Plnlnviow Miss Matilda HnnH of Bnttlo Creek wiih nhopiiliaK l tl ity yesterday Mr niul Mrs Prod Shult 7 wero top ping in the city jcMordny from Stanton A pnity of Norfolk people drove over to tlio vicinity of HoskhiH todny to sen ft rooster tight Mra Put DulTy nml Miss Belle Duffy of Hnttlo Crook wero visitors in this metropolis yesterday Tho brick for tho foundntion of tho Verges house hits liion hauled to Its now Blto on South Movent h street Superintendent 0 C OConnor 1 11 Barnes jr nml Miss Oao Stanton ro turned last evening from Madison A number of town folks attended tho regular weekly entertainment nt thn hospital for tho insane liiHt evening Mrs 1 II Oxuani very pleasantly on- tcrtalm 1 In r Sunday Hcliool chins nt her homo vi i Ho it h Tenth street yesterday nftarnocti Cnrroil IMvers chaperoned the Loon nrd nine to Fierce ycHtordny Norris Huso nuil Clyde llnyoH wont up on thoir biuyc Tho vlluRO of Me...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

i 8 v BEGINS ITS IRK Republican National Conven tion Holds First Session WOLCOTT WIELDS GAVEL Senator Hanna Introduces Coloradonn as Temporary Chairman DELIVEB8 A KEYNOTE BPEEOH Sell Forth the Itrpubllrnn Partyi Clnlrna for Support ItoonnTclt let Ovation on Entering Mnlutatni IIU Stivnd on the Vice Preililency Philadelphia Juno 20 Chairman Hanna with a rabbits foot suspended from a mlniaturo of McKinloy In tlio lapel of hia oont Hurvoyed an imposing ppectucle when ho called the 12th na tional Republican convention to order in the Export Exposition building in West Philadelphia at 1280 yesterday In tho ralloy below him were crowded tho 1800 delegates nnd alternates and stretching away to tho four coruors of the immense hall wcro endless vistas of peoplo rising in tei raced seats to the wall He looked into tho faces of fully 15000 men and women Opposite In a broad gallery were massod 100 mu fcicians their loader a niero pigmy iu the dibtanco Tho plutform on which ho stood jutted out l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

K TheJSiottfolkjSiGuis Seimtor AUoiuuul 1nlttKrow should bo appointed ns n commit tto to iiioti KBto tho nnny eiwitooii and report ftH to Ita bml inlhuiico on tho nnny DciuocmtR nro roundly ctltleiiiiK Governor loyntnr and ovliluntly hop to soon illHplnro him by a uomineo or their own party They envy tho popu lists nil tho plnees they have tnor Ktvun them and appear to be sotiy that they woroso Bonerousi to their allien ly what right can Hryau and hln din oiplcs critloiRo tho le uiltH In tho Philip lues Did not tho PryaiiH Hailoyn Chump Ulark and other chumprt brag that thoy had forced thomlmlulhtratlon Aro Huoh statesmen estopped or not o topped fiom critlolwu Thu Oonsorva tlvo Tho state uoiud of transportation luis ngftlu boou unjoined from IntoiforiiiK with tho fioinlht rules of tho North western lino oV Us branoheH Tho lu junotlon room to lmvo boon unneces wiry as lor ns Vforfolk was conuorued as it hat m clveti no Intimation that tho board had ntovi 1 Dowoy coucetics that he ca...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

II n 1 I XUz ret bbbbbbbbbbHbV Sujnmer Footwear Is Complete f See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children Davenport Bros J J VIM Examination and Advice Entire ly Free J 0 F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY NORFOLK - NEBRASKA f Our Line of I THE WRONG MEDICINE If you tnko medicine wheu you dont need it you do yourself nn injury If you take headache mediciue wheu the real cause is your eyes the headache will nev er be permanently relieved Ac i tual ligures prove tnai six aches out of ten are caused by Tro Jfrniu FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS -COME TO- MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest styles and guarantee that our work will please you Our prices are right and we solicit a share of your pat ronage Finest line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings New shipment just re ceived Yours for business C P MICHAEL At Thompsons 3 cans corn 20 8 cans tomatoes 25 Wheatling per package 10 Gold dust 4 lb 18 Si packages yeast 10 Bakers chocolate 18 2 lbs A B O crackers 15 1 gal pai...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 21 June 1900

X - 8 Free of CharRf Any nrtnlt MtfTtiiiR from ft cold nettled on the lircftst bronchitis thront orlnng troubles of nny nature who will call nt Kiesau DrtiR Co will Ki presented with n sample bottle of BwchcoH Gcrmnti Syrup frco of charRo Only one bottle given to one parson nnd nono to children without order from parents No thront or Iuur remedy over lmd nwoh n sale or Hosehees Oerninn Syrup in all pnrtu of tho civilized world Twenty yearn apo inillioiiR of littles were given awivy and your druggists will tell you its huccius was mnrvelouR It is really tho only thront and lung remedy generally endorsed by physl clans Ono u cent bottle will cure or prove Its value Sold by dealers in all civilized countries A WfHltll uf llrHllt Is often hidden by unsightly pimples ocwmin tetter eryslielas halt rheum eto Hucklens Arnica Salvo will glorify tho face by curing all skin eruptions nlso cuts bruises burns boils felons ulcers and worst forms of piles Only 5ctn a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Kl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

Nl The Norfolk Weekly News Legations Reported to be With Peking Relief Force KEMPFF 0ABLE8 THE TIMNGS Ailmlrftl Seymour Hernia Word by Hello graph That 11a Could Hold Out Two Daya Longer Americana untl ISngllah Knter Tlcn Talu Neck and Neck London June 28 Tho compoisito brigade of 3300 men who raised the in ventuient of Ticu Tsiu and pushed on to help Admiral Seymour has probably raved him but the news has not reached Oho Foo the nearest wire point Tho last steamer urriviug at Che Foo from Takn brought thiH mcfinage dated Tien Tsin Juno 25 Tho Russian general in command of the relief force had decided in view of Saturdays heavy fighting and march ing that one days rest for tho troops was essential and that the advance should -not bo resumed until today Meanwhilo camo Admiral Seymours heliograph that his position was deeper ate and that he could only hold out two days Tho relief started at dawn Monday Saturdays fighting began at day break The forces opened with several of tho Terribl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

The Norfolk JSiccas W N UU8I Iubllrthor KTorr ilny oik la cents DAILY IXaMlMir d 1S7 ojfopl Sunday Hr Hi man pr nnr v Stiito For lotnrmir Ciiahihk II Dinritini lor Lieutenant K 1 Hwahu ForHccintur of State Out W MAHtll For TroaMlror WlltMM STItdTKR Prosldetitlnl Hector carrier IM mr WKKKIY KMallloliod l wi Ktery Thuruln llj mull per your IM Kntored nt ttio riwtntllcn nl Norfolk Noli hs lecuml cln mailer Tolnplionn No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET Niitloiml For lretldmit Ml kisilT Tor Vim Irooldotit TlllOIHIItl HoOMVKlT Ohio Niiw orl Adann CuMnr Itlclinrilnon Cuming For Auditor Oiiahiih Wimtov Hlmrlilai For Attorno lennral Fhank N IlHlOT lllKH For lnml mmlslouer Ukoriik O FolMlu Nuckolls For Siiiiiirliiliiiuloiit nf 1ithllo limlriiotlmi W K FOW1KK Washington f John F Nkhhiti I II II WlLfltlU KlWAIII IIOfHIl It I llAlltIK H l lAVIIKON jacoii i jacoiihon John 1 Kiinnkiu John 1 liVNtnii OoiigriAlnnrl For Cotigronsmati Tlilnl District John K Hah Norfolk lutllcliil For JihIkii Ninth Dtntrlct J F l...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

y EQUALIZATION MADE Work of Precinct Assessors is Received QHEAT MANY CHANGES ARE MADS Th CntiiiiuloiiflritFiil lliiittlm Amhmuni 1lnceil Too High ft it iiin it nil it Niiih Imr ofllrron oflr rt mill Kt iluotliniN nrn Mmlo Allnnl Madison Nek Juno 11 1 oclock p in Hoard of county commissioners of MudiHou county state of Nebraska met pursuant to adjournment Present II W Winter J J Hughes aud Chris Schmitt Minutes of last meeting wore road aud approved Mrs Mary Woods being in destituto ciroumstances aud too sick to movo to poor farm on motion A W Tillottsou was engaged to nurse aud board her at 350 per week On motion the bond of Win Wolf gram road ovorseer district No 20 was approved On motion the resignation of James Clark overseer district No 1 1 was ac cepted aud Frank Jenkins was appointed to fill vacancy The petition for the incorporation of the village of Meadow Grove was taken up W M Robertson appeared for P V Lewis aud Fred H Free for petition ers After hearing arguments on bot...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

FRIDAY FACTS Hftlph Sullivan of Wnj no i n K f Jloy Gardner MlssPnrl Mnekcy of Stanton mill Miss Hello Walker of Omnhn wore city visitors yesterday ilnv 1 0 Slegler who hns lcon visit ing rolnnves nnd friends horn returned to his homo 1 Nordino iMlnn today Mr mill MrH Henry Mnwmiim who live near Battle Crock welcomed n new daughter to their homo tho first of the weed A Holloitis being inmlo to nrrnngo for it game of bull between the Creighton mill Hoik Rapids lowii teams for fr00 a Hiile to Ihi played on the Norfolk grounds Miss Lotn Ulnkely left thlR morning for Oomitdin Kansas where she will Hiwnd the summer vinitiiiK frierds Her inothi 1 accompanied hiriiHfurus Su perior N b An Informal reception wns Kivon yes Uitiluy in the homo of Mm A J Dur liuiil foj Mrs A S Burrows who left tMlny tti Madison enrontc to her home tn Siieriiliui Wyo Commencing July a a new Kuuiluy legulution will go Into effect nt tho post ofllce whloh will bo open from 112 to I U p in nnil will not lo opened n...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

i s i 11 t J I i s ACTS OF CITY COUNCIL Electric Light Committee Given Further Time ADJOURNED TO MEET 8ATURDAY f M Covert TCIM Collect Doc re Committer TViik Olven Sonir Work Slmiixon NhiimmI nit Wnter CniiiinUlniirr uutl ManwellerH Ktlin riuiil Flrrmnii From Friday Dully The city council met in regular session Inst evening wheu thero were present Mnyor Robertson Councilmen Brum mnud Bullock Beck Degner Grnnt Hecktnan Spellman and Uble A commnnicatiou signed by James Davey complaining of the condition oi the sidewalks on the east side of Fourth Btreet was referred to committee on Htreots and alleys Chairman Deguer of tho committee on streets and alleys reported that two crossing stones were left from tho last oar and that the German Lutheran ohurch wished to buy them Tho com mittee was authorized to sell samo to the church at cost price Chairman Uhlo of committee on nnisnuceB reported that a contract had been made with J M Covert to collect dog tax which report was adopted The commi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

i S ThefloitfolkJSlctjas MeKlnloy nrni Hoosovolt nro hnvo boon and will bo winners Thoro was but otio delegate who failed to voto for Hoosovolt mid that was Hoosovolt MoKluley has ntndo iv record tlmt the common peoplo an tint ashamed of and will otidorso this fall If yon never before saw an ollleo soolc a man you saw It this wook at the publican national convention Mark Hauna wasnt worth a cent as a boss at Philadelphia He couldnt stop tho Hoosovolt Howl a little bit Who Raid Now York was going demo cratic Well I guesi not I Not with Hough Rider Teddy on the ropublloan tiokot Tho Dollivor forcos gracefully submit ted to tho popular demand for Hoosovolt and Lafe Young placod hint Iwforo the ooiiTontlou Sombroro hats and Hough Klder clubs will bo exceedingly popular thta fall No guns will bo necessary la oostumlng except In Kentucky Ufl domocrats will take tho oftlcos that are worth having and you popu list follows can tako tho ones mom not able for their honor than their salary And ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

s J - f n 7 1 11 D I T- B Y J X J p Our Line of Summer Footwear Is Complete I See the Strap Slippors for Misses and Children I Davenport Bros j i When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician and have your eyes examined Nervousness headaches sleep lessness and dizziness often puz zle the best physicians Nine times in ten eyestrain is J the direct cause Nothing can effect a permanent cure that does not remove the cause Properly fitted glasses remove the cause and a permanent euro is J effected I Muke a Specialty of Rolloving Eyestrain by correcting the error 4 Examination and Advice Entire- ly Free T C F W MARQUARDT un ur urninALMULuui NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS COME TO MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest styles and guarantee that our work will please you Our prices are right and we solicit a share of your pat ronage Finest line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings New shipment just ie ceived Yours for business CPMICHAEL Thompsons i cans corn 20 i c...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

Theflotffolkrietjas MoKtnloy and Koowolt nro winnois -have been and will be Thoro wns but otiodoleKnte who fallod to voto for Uooiovolt ami Hint was lloosovelt MoKinloy has mado u roconl Hint tin comnioii peoplo nm not ashamed of and will ondorso this full If you never before saw nil olllro hooU n mnii you saw It thin woolt nt tint re publican nntiounl coiiToutiou Mnrk llnunn wasnt worth a cent ns a boss nt Philadelphia Ho couldnt stop tho Roosovolt flood a httlo bit Wlio wild Now York wiw roIiir donio cratlo Well 1 giiem not I Not with Hough llidor Toddy on tho ropublloaii tiokutl Tho Dollivcr forcos frraoufully submit ted to tho popular demand for lloosevolt nud Lafo Youiik plaood him boforo tho oonroutlon Sombrero lints nnd Houiih Kidor clubs will bo exceedingly popular thin fall No guns will bo necessary lit ooHtnming except in Kentucky Ufl democrats will take tho oftlcos that nro worth having and you popu list fellows can take tho ones more not able for tholr honor than tholr s...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

V V 11 Y I h -mi i I V J A T V V Our Liue of Summer Footwear Is Complete j See the Strap Slippers for Misses and Children Davenport Bros H4WW4W4WHWH W4 When Doctors Disagree Consult an Optician and have your eyes examined Nervousness headaches sleep lessness and dizziness often puz zle the best physicians Nine times in ten eyestrain is J the direct cause Nothing can effect a permanent cure that does not remove the cause Properly fitted glasses remove the cause and a permanent cure is effected I Make a Specialty of Relieving Eyestrain by correcting the error Examination and Advice Entire- 3 ly Free C F W MARQUARDT DR OF OPHTHALMOLOGY X NORFOLK - NEBRASKA FOR THE FINEST PHOTOS COME TO MICHAELS STUDIO We always have the latest styles and guarantee that our work will please you Our prices are right and we solicit a Bhare of your pat ronage Finest line of Mat Board in town Newest styles of Picture Mouldings New shipment just re ceived Yours for business CPMICHAEL Thompsons 9 cans corn 20...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 28 June 1900

8 1 11 fill III i K BY ROBERT BARR 1 -I Oil BUGLE MISSES A CuprrlRlit IIHM r Itobrrt llnrr a AVVAVAVAVAVAVA Mlaa JcnuloDnxtnr wlthncveral fltnvl inl dainty touched that hi to rlKhta her lint iitnl tlreas n littlopull here and njint then1 regarded herncf witlmonio complacency In thu InrKo mirror tlmt Wiih net lieforo her nH indeed ulio had rvury rlht to do for nho wiih nil ex ceedingly pretty girl On thin oceiiHion MIph Tennio hnd paid more tliun usual attention to her toilet for nhe wiih about to Httout toenpturon mini and the imin wan no other than Radnor Hard wick the capable editor of The Daily llngle which wiib concidered nt that nioiiiont to bo the iiiont enter iriniiiR morning jonrnnl in the great metropolis Minn Unxter had done work for Home of the evening papcm several cf the weeklleH and n numlier of tha monthlies and the income nho mado waH reanonably good hnt hazardously fitful There wiih an nncortalnty alnnit her mode of llfo which wbh displeasing to her and film resolve...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 5 July 1900

v 1 w dV A- x m 1 n j - The Norfolk Weekly News CHEER FDR BRYAN I Democratic Convention Stirred Up by Speeches SEIZE STATE STANDARDS Banners Arc Borne Aloft nnd larado of States Ensues HILL BTAMPEDE8 THE DELEGATES i New Yorkers Oration a Feature of the Jrocrodlogi Day Spent In Organizing auil Listening to Addrctie riatform Cotiitnltteo Decided for Sixteen to One Kansas City July 5 Amid scenes Cf tumultuous enthusiasm befitting Buchun event and such a day thoDem ocratic national convention bogan its Bessions yesterday But after sitting until a late hour last night the expected climax of tho day tho nomination of William J Bryan as tho Democratic cahdidato for president has failed of realization and all of the larger busi ness of tho convention awaits tho com pletion of tho platform As a spectacu lar event howover tho convention has fulfilled tho hopes of tho most fervid party niun for tho vast assomblago of delegates and spectators has twice been Bwept with whirlwind demonstrations f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 5 July 1900

Proeidoutlal Electors fJoiiN V Nkhiiitt It II W1NIMM KnwAiii Hoyhi It 1 llAdUli 8 PUAVII1SON JACOIl L JWOII40N John L Kknnidv John J Lnuiu Congreiulniiiil ForCoiiKrcssiaau Third District John It Hm Norfolk- iliullllilll For JiuIko Ninth DUtrict J F Dot i Vntolopu Bryau failed to carry New York state iu 1690 by 208400 votes and it will be surprising indeed if he can completely reconcile this almost unanimous expres sion of disapproval enough to swing that state into his column this fall Ex Seuator David B Hill of Now York says that Roosevelt is a joke in tho Empire state Being elected govouor of Now York over Augustus Van Wyck of ice trust fame was quite a joko and tho republican mirth was sincere but how Mr Hill and other democrats havo been able to see tho point is not understood Texus democrats are opposed to any plank iu tho democratio platform pro testing against the sending of ships and troopsto China to protect American lives No party lias ever yet had tho presumption to sugge...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 5 July 1900

i I v - 7 S8 82 S Sg 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 i in joK win OF mm wnii rY nlv iiiiMoMiiiiii S TP A FourtD of July Slory by k CorminiiT lsro nv MAilTIU McCuu ocu Williams 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 88 N YOU cant go to the bar becue Thats the word with the bark on It Mra Minims said glowering at her niece Marina That gooso plum Jelly has got to bo mado todny Be sides itll be no place for you Cousin John is going Marina pro tested Mrs Minims sniffed Men can go anywhere Bhe said specially when theyre In politics I wish to pa tience John wnsnt Hes always put ting up somebody to run for something Vhy hell spend enough on tills very congress election to build a church and hide a multitude of faults Marina smiled covertly She was used to her aunts way of mixing Scripture Mrs Mlmms thought herself very pi ous Other people said she was only very 111 tempered nnd domineering passing on to her dependents what she received from her son John He play ed nt being a lawyer and spent ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
x
Loading...
x
x