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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news — 23 August 1900

i 8 Any mlnlt MilToriup Horn n cold willed on tho mwt bronchitis thront orlnng troubles of nny nature who Mill call nt Kiesnu lmj Co will be presented with n t ntnplu bottlo of BofldieoB Gernmii Syrup freo of clinrRO Only one bottlo rIvoii to one poreon and none to children without order from parent h Wo throat or lunR roincdy ever liad unch a sale as Hoheheofl Gorman Syrup in nil partH of tho olvllicrt world Twenty years ano niillloiiH of bottlon wore Riven away and your ilrnRRistB will toll you its suceuFS wan nmrveloim It in really tho only throat and Iuiir remedy Renerally endorRcd by phyid oinns Ono 7f cent lKttlo will ouro or provo its value Sold by donlern in all clvlli7ed conntrien To Cnrn oimtlpntluit Vornvrr Take CufmirnH Candy Cathartic 1 orSSo 11 C C C fall lo cure uniKKlfcts refund money story r aHliivc To bo bound hand and foot for yearn ny thoohaiiiH of diseaRo to tho worHt form of slavery GcorRo 1 Villliuun of Manchester Mich nayfl My wife has been no helpless for li...

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 — 30 August 1900

ft J M j st F f n wr - 1 HJQ si Cabinet Discusses Diplomatic Phase of Eastern Situation HOLDS AN ALL DAY SESSION Cotiii1rtrR IrcimrHtlnu of Iliin t Clrnr Awuy UxUIIiir Im rrtiiliilyTlino Uhi Conic for Kxpi cmIiii ill liitiiitlim by All tliu LcmlliiK Iouiti Yushlngton Aiij I0 A special meeting of the cabinet lasting all day hihI lirukcn up by a short iccess for luncheon showed tlio Intense interest tbo udinlnlstintlon feels In the Chi liege situation It was the lougttst cabinet meeting ol the present admin Intuition The diplomatic and not the uillitaiy phase of the situation in China was under consideration ami this accounted for the piesenco of Acting Secietnry Adee an unusual happening at a cabinet meeting it is undei stood that the cabinet completed ptepaiatlon of a plan tor dealing away much of the uncertain ly that now exists as to the future In China and outlined Its views in writing The fact that the military situation is admitted to be ol second ary importance conllrms the vi...

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 — 30 August 1900

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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 — 30 August 1900

V tft u H ss XX SI SS 2 I GSn AWRENCE donr hnvo you finished Mny I conic in TIio young man at tlic tnblo started slightly and laid down 3 Ills pen yut ho had Xt been writing for the paper before him was untouched A bright smile overspread his hnndsomo face as he looked toward the fair head scarce seen through the partly opened door Come In surely Helen darling I shall not write at all He spoke In a full rich voice with Just a suspicion of a brogue Of what use Is it to make any memoranda Ill just speak to the boys out of my heart The young wife sat on a low stool nt her husbands side and leaned her head against his nrtn You were thinking though for you Jumped when 1 spoke to you Go on now and think and 1 will be still as a mouse Yes I was thinking echoed the young man seriously He put his arm about his wifes shoul der and there was Bilence between them for a spneo It was a great day in the life of Law rence Ollnrn lie had received a few hours earlier the news tlint he had been nomina...

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 — 30 August 1900

h i KILLED BY I ipiitviyp Wm Pfcyl jr of Hoskins Meets Violent Death BOLT STRUCK LAST EVENING nnmtl lij III Wlf Hnl mi Hour Allir nnnl - Wn mi li1 Itrolilrul t llil l f thrt Country - M olrliiiii KluUI Tnirn III Clothe llrtilly Last evening tho elements took n hand in contributing to t lio record of violent deaths In this vicinity which during the pnst week or ten days has been astonishing Win Pfoyl of HoskitiH 1h tho lateM to lose IiIb lifo in u violent iniumcr hin death oiTiiring liifit ovoning from n stroke of lightning Wm Pfoyl ir lived with his wife on half nillcH north n farm three and one west of IIiwkiiiH Lust evening duriiin u thunderstorm he wont out to do hiH chores uiitl whilo opening n gate about thruo rods from tho Iioubo ho was struck by lightning and instantly killed The bolt Htruck on tho right Hido of his head mid followed down on his arm leaving at tho hand Tho shirt was torn from his Bhoulder and arm nnd his face arm and body wore blackened and burned Mrs Pfeyl w...

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 — 30 August 1900

f v UNI Ul II II Not More Than Two Members Concerned LIGHT ON HASTINGS AFFAIR hIhIii OIvpk Ills Acfitunt iif the llltllrnlty 1 I ItlHiucil for Shirt liiB the Trimble Ho Wiia Alisont From Cntl Without Lenin Company L N N G ami members of the First regiment baud camo in from camp nt Hastings Saturday night all more or less fagged as the result of the duties and excitement of camp lifo They had a uniformly good time and with the exception of tho saloon trouble nothing occurred to mar tho occasion The members wero quite indignant that what thoy term an injustice to the company had been done by tho news paper correspondents They wero es pecially severe in their denunciation of tho World Herald article from which The Nrws gleaned a portion of its in formation the balanco coming through its regular telegraphic news service That there was an iujustico done tho company there seems to be no room for doubt as all agree that no members of company L participated in tho riot That it is easy to ma...

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 — 30 August 1900

5 The Norfolk flccas Thostnto Institutions hnvo RufTorod nnlnlnntlr from PoYlltorlfllU nlld Will undoubtedly bo given relief November after Now that tlio Kitzslntmon Shurkoy contest is otr your attention is rcppoct fully directed to tho fact tlmt n great national campaign Is on Mnnyof the common pooplo are oiHovliitt excursions outings nud lmlH tiros nt summer resorts tblH your whloh tboy didnt dare tblnlc of unilor tho last democratic regime Prosperity V Well porhnps Tho fuslonlMs started the rumor re cently tlmt Governor Pingroo of Miolil gnn would support Hrynn Tho govor nor lu n published Intorvlow denies tho rumor nud unnouncoa his lutotitlou of voting for MoKlnley John It Hays Is building somo strong fences about tho Third district nnd will receive tho support of nmny who nro cnpnblo of tolling the dllTeroncobotwoon prosperity and calamity nml who fnvor optimism rather than pessimism Mr Bryan 1ms nil the stntos In tho union solid for him nml ho has lately been spending purt of...

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 — 30 August 1900

I Davenport Bros Will Alake Big Cuts in All Summer Goods CALL A3Z38 of tho HiftliObt Urulos most carefully finished uiiiluiljii tpd Amuricinmitclips wo hull nt n aimnablo prices Spi cial at tention niton to tlio ltopairluK of Flno Watches ami Juttolr C F W MARQUARDT Jeweler - Norfolk Neb 11 A I I I J A Mr m wWHWridd pji ---------- -------- I Railroad Watches w Of course you naturally Keep Your Eye on Our Show Window for the newest styles of Photo Mounts and latest in Medallions and Photo Nov elties Your likeness made to please you and your friends Have Your Pictures Framed where you oau get mouldings suitable for them Finest as jrtment of Mat Board in the city Art Materials aiid amateur supplies Yours for business C P MICHAEL X NORFOLK I Steam Laundry Only First Class Laundry In Northeast Nebraska i Ktory otfort inmlo to ploiioo patrons and J ito satisfaction Latest improted nur X chluury Ured in all departments Work not batinfactory will be rolamtdored free of cliariro if returned ...

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 — 30 August 1900

L i 8 of MUi To to bound hntitl nml foot for venrs ny thoeimiiis of tliFcneo is tho worst form of plnvory CieoriJO 1 WillinniH of Mnuchester Mick snys My wHo has Iwon bo hilpliM for llvo yentH tlmt Bho cotiltl not turn over in ixtl aloiio After usIiik two bottles of Kleetrio Hit tern hhe Jc wotulerfnlly improved anil ivblo to do hor own work This su linuno remedy for female iliensu iiuiekly cureH nervoumiPFS hleeplesHUosH melanelioly honducho ImcUnolui faint liiK and dizzy upells It in a irodMMiil to wenk Ktckly run down people Curo gnaranteed Only MV Hold by Klenau Dmi Co Alien llnwrr It is a HiirpriHliiK fact nny lrof Houton i lint In my travel in all partH of tho world for the last ten yeara 1 hnvo met liioro people hiivliiir timid Greens AtiiiUHt Klowor than any other remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver lUuljRtoinaeh and Jconstlimtioii I llnd for touristH and Hiilemen or for pernoitH lining olllco positionH where headaehes and BPiioral bad feeling from irregular habits exist tha...

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 — 6 September 1900

t TB J V- ci n Allies March Thcotii Forbid- den Precincts of Peking Bit TAIN TO GUARD HER OWN lSnJminil Will Talto No Nreille dinner uifrl Cunecls Oriler Hnltllng lluck Fourth lt 3llu Will IIIkioni i1 to I UrHlvil Stiitr vfiilun Sept tl General Sir Alfred Gwrteo commander of the Hrltlsh lu ll v troops nt the Chinese capital vvlt as follows from Peking Aug lii Xb Lonl George llunillton seero tarylof state for India itfio allies marched through the for Wddcn city yesterday Aug US The British had third place In the proces sion the Uusslnns and 1upnuusu being in greater strength Loudon Sept 0 Sir Alfred Gnso Jees dispatch which shows that the eituatlon in Peking was unchanged on Aug 29 is the only Chinese news this morning The cancellation of the or der holding bud the Fourth Indian brigade is regarded as important It shows that whatever the outcome of the Russian policy the British gov ernment is determined to have sutll cient troops on the spot adequately to protect Urltlsh interests ...

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 — 6 September 1900

W N I1USK Publaluir DAILY 1tnltliliril IWI oriit Snuiln Kriirr ilnr IIS leuas V is entiis lt mall nor s n r f 1 0l WKKKIV fnrtlorpor Ktoryjliurnlnj Ily mull per j out HiO r Kntwil it tlm lotolllre nt Norfolk Noli n l9Ctudclnt mutter Toloplintio No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET National or PrcMiUut WltMVM MrhlMM Ohio For Vim President TllloliOHI llolHIT Now rk Htntis or Oovornor riuriit II Diktrioii diiiim For liltmluiiniil Uoviiruor lMSuvm Castor For SccroUrj of Statu O10 V M viitll ItlclmnUoii ForTronimrnr WIM1AMHTIUITMI ClllllltW For Auilllor CilAHIks Wiiton Sheridan For Allornoy Onmirnl Kuank N Pnotn llano For hand CoininlMniior Uunuiti 1 KoiMhii Nuckolls For Hupnriiitniiilaulof Puhllo Inntriirllon W K Foutut Proslilmitlul Kloctuin Watdiiimtoii fIoiiN F NiMiiirr t it tt u IV II n niMiii ii MID ltOTHII It I IIAIIUH H I lHtllllllN Jvroii l Jawiwov lonv I Kknnmiv IIoiin lvNuKit Coiigreitiloimt For Coiujrr Miiinii Thlnl District Jons It 11 Norfolk luillcliil forjudge Nlulli District J F lioMi...

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 — 6 September 1900

F m IPBili Do the Citizens Want Such an Institution ADDRESS BY LIBRARY BOARD Hoiiici Itrnixiiift Ulvm Why Norfolk Should llutft Sueli h 1lnco of Intrrtnliiiurnt Wo ii 111 lm n Ormt Alii to the Work r Uhurchrti nnd Schools At n meeting of the board of directors of the Norfolk free publio library hold lit the directors room of tho Citizens Nntioutil bank September 1 for the pur pose of discussing n plan for tho perma nent establishment nnd location of tho library tho following points were con sidered First Is it desirable at a cost of about 250 to repair tho old Catholic church building now tho property of tho Library association and allow it to continue on its present sito until May 1H02 Second Is it desirable at a cost of nbout 1000 to remove tho church building repair the same and secure n permanent location Third Is it desirable to sell tho old church building and abandon tho pro ject of a free public library for Norfolk Against tho second half of tho third point viz Allow tho pro...

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 — 6 September 1900

t FRIDAY FACTS Miss Kdlth Kstabrook has gouo to Plaltniow for few days visit Miss Mattto MoXUh wont o Omaha this noon for a two weeks visit Mlssos Floronco iml Mnblo Kstubrook havo roturnod from a visit to frionds in Madison Mrs Jack Koonlpstoln was nblo to bo out for a short drivo this morning tor tho first tlmo Dr Scoboe the osteopath will loavo tomorrow for Kirksvillo Mo to visit his parents for two wooks Mr ami Mrs II It Horblson Mm Al Hlcy nnil 1 Names drove ovor from Matllson yostorday afternoon Miss Grotchon Klont roturnod last evening from llattlo Orook Mloh whoro she has boon visiting about ay oar Miss Mlnnlo Maas roturnod Wednes day from Kansas whoro sho has boon trimming hatB for tho past six montlm F W Heck Is expected homo this evening from York whoro ho has boon in tho Interest of tho Sugar Olty Ooroal mills Miss Wlnulo Hartloy loaves tomorrow for Tildou to nssumo hor dutlos as us slttant principal in tho High sohool at that place Eugono Austin formorly omployod in thi...

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 — 6 September 1900

I i ill li Jos Lewis of Madison Loses His Life in a Runaway JUDGE HARRIS ALSO DIES MIm Connor of MiulNoii lim Away Sud denly TliM Iur Inticn of thin City USiiiniuoiiPil Alter Iiib Arid ly MUtftke From Mntuln nilj A fajivl accident happened at Madison Friday uight iu which Joseph Lewis a farmer residing four miles west of the couuty seat lost his life Tho decoased was 42 years of ago Ho was in town with his 1 sou ami had boou drinking to a consid erable oxtout Ho started homo about 10 oclock occupying the front seat of tho spring wagon and doing tho driving Tho boy sat iu tho back end of tho buggy aud led a saddle pony As they were driving across tho railroad track Lewis pitched forward striking on his head and shoulders on tho tongue and doubletrees Tho horses became fright- ened aud ran away tho man bocomlug h tangled iu tho harness and hold batwoou tho horses Tho boy was thrown out and mount ing his pony took after the runaway overhauling it after it had run about a mile He succee...

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 — 6 September 1900

1 F Boyd of Oakdalo is a progressive vigorous and successful lawor nntl will 10 nn honor to tlio ueticn in mo Jndiclal tlibtrlct John K Hays iMit HiyJtiR n great deal hut is jnt sawing wood nntl tl tliw dust is floating over to tho wood pllo of JohuS nncl burying It out of sight Nellgh is advertising n Uoosovclt pooch for Thursday October tnlthough tho commlttco hns not yet been advised hour tho HoukIi Hlilor lis to jiiBt whnt uovornor will ho there Fvory fnBion congressman from Ne braska voted hi favor or appropriating fJOOOOOOO to ho paid to Spain umlur tho uinu nf tli Paris treaty Will thoy shoulder their shnro of tho hhnno for tho Imperialistic policy of tho adminis tration Ono fiiRion pnper has been found that is willing to Riiy Governor loyntor hiifl given n wIbo economical mid consorvn tivo administration of stnto allai Tho editors conHoiouco must lmvo crinkled up Into n llttlo fuzzy hull mid rolled under IiIh pen wlpor whilo tho ns sertion wnR being liindo A fiiBion Rheet co...

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 — 6 September 1900

i 1 1 I ri fl m w Only First Class Laundry In Northeast Nebraska 1 j Davenport Bros J Will Make Big Cuts in All Summer Goods CALL The Eyes of every Child Should be Exam ined Yearly Says the Philadelphia Inquirer In the public schools of Baltimore the eyes of 5306T pupils were officially examined1 The results showed 53 of the children did not enjoy normal vision while 20 were found to be In no condition to do school work at all This Is a timely warning to parents Ignorance ceases to excuse Neglect Is criminal Examination free Dt G f 01 JIfltJQUJlRDT OPTICIAN NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA NORFOLK w f i Steam Laundry Every olTort made to please patrons and Kivo satisfaction Latest improved inn chinorj ised in nil departments Work not satisfactory will bo loiaunderod free of clinnjo if returned unworn ROUGH EDGES TAKEN OFF COLLARS t J COAL- SCRANTON -COAL o o O Our new Hard Coal is on j 9 Track T o Urn it is rresn clean ana nice q We guarantee quality y quantity anu price y Q If yon burn Hard Co...

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 — 6 September 1900

pie 8 AiiRUKt lloucr It in n nurpriMtifr fart snys 1iof llouton ilnt in my trnvoN in nil lmrts of tho world for tho Inst ten years 1 linvo mrt moro iiroplo linvitiK used GrvrnR August Flower tlmn any other remedy for dysponiln deraiiRed liver nndVtonmeh and conMIinttoii I find for tourivtH and snlesinen or for itcrbOiiR HlHiif olllco position where headaches and Kcnurnl bad fenliiiKH from irrenlar habitR exist that Greens AiiKiist Flower is a firmii rutnedy It does no injnro tho Hvntem hv frequent uno anil in excellent for sonr Htomnohn and indlgcBtlon Samplo bottles free at Kiesan Drug Co Sold by dealers in all civilized To Cure Constlpntlnu forever TnUo Cnsrnrt tft Cnmy Cnltiurtlr WonrMO U C C C tnll lo core ilrngHlMs ritinul money Free r Clmrcr Any adult MitTerluK fiotn a cold nettled on tho breast bronchitis throat or lung troubles of any nature who Mill call at Klesau Drug Co will bo lirvNoiited with a snmplo bottlo of lioscheos Gorman Syrup free of charge Only ono bottlo given...

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 — 13 September 1900

m i 1 M f up if The Norfolk Weeexy News SURVIVORS IE ei Physicians Unable to Care for Wounded at Galveston WITHOUT DRINKING WATER Uodies Now liciim Disposed of In Swiftest Milliner Possible COKPSES FLOAT HACK WITH TIDE Estimates of Ioi nT IITc Hun All tint Way From 1000 to Lot of He lief Supplies I lteeelvedMiirtliil Law In Iorce IIoiiRton Sept in AH attempts nt buiylng tlit dead lmvo been tittorly abandoned mid bodies urn now being disposed of In the swiftest manner possible Ilundiods weie taken out to isea and thrown ovei board The safe ty of the living is now the paramount question and nothing that will tend to prevent the outbreak of an awful pestilence Is being neglected Yester day morning It was found that large numbers of bodies whieh had been previously tin own In the bay weie washed baek on the shore and the sit uation was thus rendeied worse than before they weie taken In the barges and thrown Into the water It will now never be known how many have lost their lives Intimat...

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 — 13 September 1900

l Theflottfolkrleixis VV N UU3E PubllnUiir Kvory ilnj ok ll CPIlt II A 111 KMnMUltPil 1W oxrupt Hundnr H r nrrlflCpor 11 mnll ior jnir 1W WKKKIY iMnlilliliit 1HM KveriTlmrdi It mnll lr your IM fKntorrd ai thn rnMulllcc nt Norfolk Nob wcemlclnM mntlor Tolephoun No 22 REPUBLICAN TICKET Nutloiml or Ii mIiUiiI Wimivm Mi Kimia Tor Men Iroslilnut Tiiionoiin UoosukIt For flniinrliitmiilnnl of Public- liiBlnirllim W K Howiku Vronlilontliil Kloctors Limit U mm n Ohio Niu orl Stnto or loiornnr CiiAtiiM II DiKTitini Ailrtim For lloiilonntit flmomor K P Swum Junior Ior Sccrotnrjr of Mtnto lu V Mvitill Hlclmrdmih William SriUFrrii Cumin For Auditor CiiAniMWisTON Bhorldiiu FnrAttnrnnj lonnrnl Kiiank N Iiiout limo For lnnil Comnitnloiior luoniiK I Koimiu Nuckolls Wiishinglnu f John K Nmiiitt Id II WINIMM ICdhahd IIothii It I tlAOIIH H P IlAMIIMON Jacoii 1j Jwioiihon John I Kknnkdv lOIINJ IANIIIilt Colli renklnunt For ConnronBninii Tlilnl District Jons It II s Norfolk Imlliiliil For IikIhp Ninth DU...

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 — 13 September 1900

i f t f mi or SCHOOLS Interesting Facts Gleaned from Supt Crums Report FINANCES NOTHING EXTRA Itrport Miiiwk Cniiiuileriililn InitHitciliicn In Town mill Ciiiiuli IriiMt Micmit Gikln III Ton n but n lulu or lint Ono In Count v IMntrlrla CouiUr Siiviintaulont drum has lately fiL d las third annual report on the condition of the schools of Madison county with tho statu superintendent Tho following aro snmo of tho moro in teresting features of this report KXlOXSES Of tho six town schools 1SD7 S 21 it23 1S1I 100 SJW liJOlif In 1S7 S MKS10 was reooived by these schools from saloon licenses and state apportionment and in IS 1000 11 J101U0 In 1S08 those schools closed tho year with 052800 in tho treasury nud in 1900 with 1100 Of the ii country schools 1S97 8 213Sl3 lSlHMttOO 2522107 In 1808 theso schools closed tho year with 0545 in tho troasury and in 1000 with 570 THAClinnS SALARIES Tho teachers of tho couuty earned in wages 1S97 8 Hfi77o0i lSlliMiiOO fl3143fa0 Increase 0a7a3 The average...

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