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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 3 January 1902

1'lll'i NOIIVOLK NMWS : FRIDAY. JANUARY 3,1002. Superintendent O'Connor Docs Not Want to I3c President , NO AUTHORITY TO USE NAME. Would Liko'to Sea North Half of State I Ropruienled on Executive [ Ctwimlt. i too or Rending Olrclo Some of the Features of the Association. Siiporlntt'iidfiit 1) . 0. O'Oonnor of the city schools was soon logiinling the I'tin- neotlon of his iiitmo with the prr.sldowy of the Htulti ti'uoliors' association . .which will noon l > o in Hi'Hslon nt I.liu'oln. Mr. O'Connor dnnii'd ( hut ho luid aspirations in ( hut ilhrclioit mill hitld rniin < rning thai position us well as other mutlfrH connutitod with the iiH-toulatlon woik : "Tlio use of my iitime in that con- noclion was \vilhoitt authority. Siiifo this purl iif ( lie nlitto was reiresonttd ] last year In tliesnli'otlon of U. S. Uonn of Waynn for thn position II is not probable - able thut the n rlh portion of the Htnto will lie considnriMl in thu solotition to bo mndo th H your. The fontc.st.lf a...

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 — 3 January 1902

tKV - THH NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY tt , 10.02. 0 'iV ' SATURDAY SIFTINGS. Mrs. Eli Rtisloy is on the sick list. W. J. Smith was ever from Warner- villo today. The Misses Lew. ' r of Omaha are in bo city to spend the holielays. W. A. Homlolon made a I uslness trip to and f loin Omaha yesterday Mrs. W. T. .louts and baby qf Win- Hide are visiting friends in Norfolk. Miss Maggie Meyers of Chicago is the guest of her liiond , Miss Ntttio Nenow. Grant Allen has icluimd fiom Kan sas , where ho has been for some time past , David Whithi was in the city today / , ' from Battle Creek greeting his Norfolk ) ' friends. The children should not neglect to look for Unit man with us many eyes us days iu the year tomorrow. Herman Snioring , who is 1 eve from Kaunas em his holiday vacation , will preach in the Christ Lutheran church tomorrow morning. Dr. 0. S. Parker went to Columbus today to meet his brother , Will , anil sister , Miss Martha , who arc emoiue fiom Kearney to Chicago. Superin...

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 — 3 January 1902

10 'UK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 3 , J902 , li Seven Million Pounds of Spark ling : White Sugar. MANAGEMENT COMPLIMENTED Thirty-one Thotisniul Tons of Dool ! Convorlod Into Sweetness Super fmo Farmers arc Gratified Will Results. IVoiit Tlinr 'lny'H Dully t The Norfolk minr | factory lias jiwl COmpli'ttlt OIIH Of tllO IllOilt RWJI'OKHflll rniiHin the hintory of the Institution and Muungor Iwmllck , Supurintondnnt Oonnolly mid thu otln'r ollloors mill em ployes aio hlj'lily prntillod with the re- miltq of tlio campaign. The work on bootH was complotodyoH- torduy morning nt 0 o'clock , while the liint of tlu > miKiir hud pawed through itH various proeotwn this morning "t 0 , nnd the ponderous innohiiiory is now Hlloncod until the opi iiing of another campaign , while u largo number of employes are now permitted to rout up uftor the long and todloiiH work. Thn fnotory ntiirted its minimi grind on October 7 and dosud down today , making iv run of 83 dixys of 21 bourn onoh. Th nu...

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 — 3 January 1902

li NORFOLK NRWS : FH1)AY ( ' , JANUARY H , ' ,1)02 , ) , 1 ! School Children's ' Eyes Supply Their Intellectr Defective eyes stunt the mind. Can you expect fair progress In school or success in business if so handicapped ? Examination of children for glasses is a special feature of our Optical Department. / OPHTHALMOLGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 70.00 House nnd } tj aero , 3d St 850 00 House nnd lurgo hnrn -1000.00 House , barn , } acre , 4th St. . . IttOO.OO House at Jnuotiou 700.00 Loans on Koal Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIORNE. PARISH This is a good time to re mind you that Chase & Sanborn's Coffee is the Best. I rJB The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 2(5 ( Minimum temperature 4 Average 15 Snow , inches 00 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 59 Barometer 80 31 Forecast for Nebraska : Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday , with pos sibly snow flurries south portion tonigh...

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 — 3 January 1902

THK NORFOLK NKWS ; FRIDAY , JANUARY 3 , 1902 , Baltimore and Ohio Passenger Goes Over Embankment. DEAD , SEVENTEEN INJURED Wrecked Cnrs Take Fire and Entire Train Is Uurncd Quick Aid to the Sufferers Engineer and Fireman Horribly Mnngled. PlUnliuri , ' , .Inn. 2. AB a romilt of n tliroiiKh imHBtMiKi'r train on tlut Haiti- inoro and Ohio railroad jumping thu track yuHtvnluy two ini'ii am dead and 17 Injtirwl , llvo of whom ate con- Bldorcd Horlotwly hurt. Tlio dead : ICiiglnccr John CollliiH nnd Flroniun McCuno of CoiinullHVlllu , SurloiiHly Injtirod : 1) . J. 1'nrtolla , nuill clerk ; William A very , engineer ; O. W. Uynn , Ilaltlnioro ; C. A. Young , innll clerk ; 11. II. Soumir , Napier , 1'a. The train which was ditched WUH the throiiKh pusst'iiKer , which left licro at 8-10 : a. in. , hound for Now. York. It WIIH a full voHtlhulod train. I In golnR down the Hloop untilo near ! Olcncoc , the ( iiiKtno for HOIHO roiiHoti not explained jumped the track nt thoj ourvo and the tiuln ...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOIJMAL NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , JLMUDAY , JANUARY 10 , j 02. Only Two Members of House Oppose Nicaragua Ditch. HEPBURN AND CANNON CLASH. I 'Amendment Providing for Considera tion of Rival Route la Voted Down. Aggregate Cost of Canal Is Fixed at $180,000,000. Washington , Jan. 10. The Hepburn Nlcaraguan canal bill passed the 'bouse late yesterday afternoon by practically a unanimous vote. Only two members out of 310 voted against lit. Fletcher ( Rep. , Minn. ) and Lassl- tor ( Dora. , Va. ) woio the two voting in the negative. The opposition to committing the government to the iXlcariiguan route attempted to sccaro lunendmentH to lodge with the piesl- 'dent ' the dlscietlonary power to pur chase and complete the Panama canal , 'If ' It could bo purchased for $40,000- COO. The test came on the first vote , ' ; when the advocates of an alt01 native route polled 102 , against 170 votes. lAt each succeeding vote their etrength dwindled until Cannon ( Ills. ) , under ...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS' FRIDAY. JAN UAlfr 10. 1902. W. N , UUBIC. PuoHBhor , DAILY. ItntnblUtiml , 1881. XT ry rtny eicopt Hmntny , lly cnrrler per ik , IB mutt , lly mnll poryonr , fA.OO , I.V NlCWN-jnilllNAI. , Tb N WfMtat > IUhotl. 1KM. The Journal , MtnMUirpd 1817 Itterj Frldnri llr mall par yonr , | 1M > . ICnt re < l nt the 1'oitofllca nt Norfolk , Neb. , ni Maud olnm tnnttnr. T lei > lior > M ! Fxlltorlnl Itaiiiirtmml , No. IhulneM OIllcB nuil Job Room * . No , 322 , Vf. J. Mrynn in ImildiiiR n20OOOreM Uoiico on his fiirni nrur Lincoln. Ho IH o LuHy erecting thin inonniiiout to ro jmWIciui proHpority that ho is devoting llttlu timu to politics. If Rovnrnor Suvngo I'xpcctort to Rot a third of ix million dollar * for tha fltato by paroling .Too Bartloy , ns ho told the Into convention hn did , then why did ho not donmnd the third of n million for the Htuto before ho pardoned him ? The Stnto Journal snyfl n frioud of .Too JJnrtloy knowH a man who liad $110,000 ho was re...

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 — 10 January 1902

TUB NORFOLK NRWS : FRTD'AY , JANUARY 10,1002 , Buried Alive in Deep Shaft by Sudden Cave-In. SEVENTEEN ARE BELIEVED DEAD iRescuret Are at Work , but There ( Little Hope the Men Will Be Found Alive Only One of the Bodies la Taken From the Ruins. Negauneo , Mich. , Jan. 8. The most distressing accident occurring In this county for years occurred at the No- .gauneo inlno yesterday noon , when by A cavo-ln the lives of from 13 to 17 miners are thought to have been lost. , The cave-In was nt the bottom of the old shaft Had It occurred half an hour sooner , about 150 men would liavo been killed. The names of the dead BO far as known are : William Williams , John Sullivan , John Pascoo , John Pearce , Jacob Hunlalla. Thus far but ono body has been taken out , that of Ilunlalla. Hundreds of men are at the rnino eager to help in the work of rescue , but It Is thought the other bodies cannot bo reached before 24 hours. John Basco was rescued allvo and described the twrecked mlno as follows : ...

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 — 10 January 1902

NJBWft:4 FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , IW2. Fifteen arc Killed In New York Central Collision , MANY OTHERS ARE INJURED , { Victims Tortured In Hot Vapor PourIng - , Ing From Broken Pipes and Cyclln- I ders Police and Firemen Aid In ' nescuc Relief Is Prompt Now York , Jan. 9. In the Now "York Central tunnel that burrows un der Park avenue , this city , two local trains collided yesterday. Fifteen passengers were killed and twice that number Injured. A dozen of the latter were seriously hurt , and the roster of the dead may bo extended. The dead : Albert M , Porrln , B. D. C. Foskott , A. 12. H. Mills , E. O. 111ns- dale , Mrs. A. F. Howard , Frank Wash- liurn , William Loyers , Theodore For- Kordo , William Wlchor , William Howard - ard , Oscar Moyrowltz , Franklin Cros by , Ernest F. Walton , H. G. Diamond , Charles 1) ) . Mars , all of Now Rochollo. Herlously Injured : Wlnfleld Plutz , Minnie Rico , Sadie Scott , Potcr A. Murphy , William R. Brooks , Mollie louden , George P. Fisher. 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 — 10 January 1902

THE NOltPOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1002. 5 Pacific Coast Representatives I Agree on Measure. MORE RIGID THAN QEARY ACT. If Passed In Its Present Form It Will j 'Bo Perpetual Unless Repealed and I Imposes Strict Penalties for Viola- I tlon Designates Celestials Exempt. Washington , Jan , 7. The senators and roproaentatlvcB of the Pacific coast , who have been considering a bill for Chinese exclusion , have per fected a ineasuro which will bo Intro * duced In both houses In a few days. It IB much moro comprehensive than any bills that haivo been presented hereto fore on this subject , most of which Blmply provide for excluding Chinese or re-enacting the Geary law. The bill under consideration contains 45 pages. It docs not limit Itself to any term of years , as did the Geary act , but If passed In Us present form would bo perpetual , unless repealed. The bill declares that all Chinese , other than citizens of the United States or those who nro secured In coming to and residing ...

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 — 10 January 1902

TJHE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10,1902. The ftottf oik fi Hartley should him stole twloo M tnaoh thou ho might have boon par doned after two years , If Governor Sav- gt > hud the nay BO. Governor Savage didn't need to go oath these opposed to the Hartley par don would readily ngreo to keep things warm for hint at homo. The imtlouol debt WHH ngaln do- wojutod by haying n slice chopped off daring the month of December , the amount token off being $8,043,1112. Is Govorner Savage a friend to Ltn- coin ? Ho 1ms removed the insane patients - tionts of north Nebraska to tlmt city aud now haH mndo It possible for . ) oo llnrtloy to become a citizen. The earning power of sonio men IB Tory great , but JOB. Hartley IB certainly entitled to front place , having been per- ji > itti'd by Governor Savage to earn n line of $ ! I03,708.1 0 in live yearn , fiovon mouths and eight dayB. The Stanton papers have adopted the oash-in-udvanoo subscription plan and the editors hope to bo able to...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , JANUARY 10,1002. A WISH. Co lit nx tenet ti on * Wton put In tli world hai bten dmmnJ ovt ind dent OM that tilth fairly tinted and iptnt , ID pride ol heart and Jubllinr * ol blood , Buch wigtt , U th y counted bid or ( rood , As Time , the old tatkmtittr , was mortd to pJH And bating wirrtd ind mffcrrd ted ptmd on ThoM gifti tht arbltan prtfcmd and gay * , * Yin , grateful and content , Down the dim war , Whereby racea Innumerable have ( ton * Into tb allcnt unlmt * of the grave. grateful for what kith bttn , Tor what ray band bath done , mine eyt * haw Ken , My heart been privileged to knowi With all my llpa In love have brought To Up * that yearned In love to them and wrought In the way ol wrath and pity and sport and aonff Content , thli miracle ol being alive Dwindling , that I , thrice weary ol wont and beat , llay ahed my duda and go From right and wrong And , ceasing to regret and long and strive , Accept the past and be forever at rest , W. E. He...

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 — 10 January 1902

IU * 8 T1IK NORFOLK .N.KWS : TOUttAY , JANUARY 101902. . Rules Governing the New Mail Service. DELIVERY BEGINS FEBRUARY I. Postmaster Sprochor has Rocolvotl Full Instructions for Its Establish ment and Conduct Three General Collection Doxos on the Route. From BntunUr'n Dtilljr1 PoRtnwstor Sprwjhor has rooolvod In- fltruotioiiH governing the ntnbllHhmont of the rural delivery ronto oant from Norfolk , service onvhloli Is to Htart February 1. The route iw oHtubllflhod IB practically the snino an that surveyed by Postmaster tSproohor ixtid Huporin- tondont Llewellyn which wiw puhllHhod iu dotnll at the tliuo of the Htirvoy. Three Iron collection boxen for the use of the general publio will lw OHtab- llslicd along the route In which mutter for mailing nmy bo doponitod luul will bo taken up by the carrier each day. One of those will bo placed > t the Bouth- WOBt corner of Hootion l.'l , adjoining the grounds of the Norfolk hospital for the iimiuio : one ut the Gorman Lutheran church c...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NOllFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1902. SATURDAY SIFTINGS , Mr , and Mrs. Janes spent Now Year's in Sioux City. K. R. Timborg of Wayne was In Nor folk yesterday. Dr. 0. A. MoKim is in Tildon ou pro fessional businusn. Miss Mason of Pierce is visiting with Hiss Nellie Unudloy. Miss Snvngo of Lincoln is the guest of her sister , Mrs. Janes. A. J. GnrloBon of Bloomflold was n city visitor yesterday. Charles Eaiiok of Bazllo Mills was a city visitor over night , going to Omaha this morning. Mrs. D. Q. Nicholson of Madison upont yesterday in the city , the guest of Mrs. 0. E. Green. Miss Henrietta Stollo came over from Madison yesterday to spend a few weeks with her sister , Mrs. W. A. Hoinlobou. Mrs. Lizzie Baxter Brown of Sao City , Iowa , an old titno friend of the Bridge family , is hero to attend the fn- nornl of Mrs. 0. S. Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grimsloy and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber of Wayuo who have boon hero over Now Year's , the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Utter ...

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 — 10 January 1902

JO JFHti NORFOLK .IVEWff : fflUDAY , JANUARY JO , 1902.- Officers Must be at Center by April i. HISTOHY OF THE LONG FIGHT. Supervisors Enjoined from Building and Officials Mny bo Compelled to Omco in tno Open Air Supreme Court Snys They Must Move. A special to the Slonx Glty Tribune oontnliiH ( ho following interesting no- count of the Knox county swxt fight and the flitimtlon now confronting the county ofllolals : "A Borioim difficulty hnfl arisen lu the preparation of the otlloial lioino of the county olllclnls of Knox county. The ntnto supreme court has issued an order that the county Heat bo changed to Ooutor on April 1. The moil who have ohargo of the buHlncnH of thn oonnty must look up their ollloos in Niobrarn oil the night of Maroh 111 , and the nox $ morning they imiftt como up niniling behind - hind tholr desks on the Wlshondorf farm , eighteen iiiilos or thoronboutH from Nio brara. Thers arc no if or amis attached to the Hiipronio court's order , and if the order is not o...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 10 , 1002 n I School Children's ' Eyes Supply Their Intellect r Defective eyes stunt the mind Can you expect fair progress In school or success in business if so handicapped ? Examination of children for glasses is a special feature of -v' our Optical Department DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot nt Jniictioti $ 70.00 Honso and % aero , 3d St 850 00 HOUKO and large barn 4000.00 House , barn , % acre , 4th St. . . 1200.00 Honso at Junction 700.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIOHNE. PARISH This is a good time to re mind you that Chase & Sanborn's Coffee is the Best. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 34 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature 45 fj-b Minimum temperature 20 Average 35 Snow , inches 00 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for month 00 Barometer 80.90 Forecast for Nebraska. : Fair tonight and Saturday. Colder tonight. ' FRIDAY FACTS. McCook hopes to have a su...

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 — 10 January 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY' ' JANUARY 10. 1902. Former Kentucky Governor Named for Senator. HAS MAJORITY ON JOINT DALLOT. Election to Upper House of Con * Is Regarded as Foregone Con- , elusion Judge Cnntrlll His Only Op ponent In the Democratic Caucus , Frankfort , Ky. , Jun. 10 , SlundliiR on tlm roBtnun of thu liull of thu old Kentucky capital , whcro nearly 30 yoaro io ; lie lioRnn Ills public carour , the Hon. JntnoH McCroary of Mndlwm county liiHt nlfjlit accepted tbo nomina tion of tlio Democratic party to HUC- rood William Duboo In tlm Houato of the United BtntuH. Ho received tlio nomination over Judcn Janum 10. Gun- trill by volu of 02 to 37. Ho will bo oloutod by tbo general atictnbly In joint HOBBlou next Tuunilny ever Son- ntor Doboa , who was ondorxoil by bis party for ro-oloctlon. Tbo Democratic caucus wan luirinonloim throughout , the only mirprlHo bolus tliut npruiiR novornl hours before It convonud by < ho withdrawal of CoiiKrosatnan ChnrloB Whoolpr and ConRroHHii...

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 — 17 January 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY ft NOUFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JANUARY 17.11)02. ) fC > I. If/ Three Hundred Pattawatomies [ Terrorise Michigan Town. ' .BESIEGE A BANK AT DOWAGIAC. i tDemand Payment for Lake Front f Land In Chicago Which Is With held for Their Guardians , and , .Threaten Violence. Dowaglac , Mich. , ( Jan * e hundred , Eottawatomle Indians- are .on n , , rampage and are" besieging Lee Brothers' bank , which they .threaten fiTbreak'op'en if they rLro not paid the noney'tlley' oxp6ctod 'to rocellvo""ycs'- orday for signing over 'thejA'clairoa o lake front land in 'Chfcago. Many if the Indians are armed. ' TJho'to'wn marshal'has Bworn ln , a uitb cr if deputies. ( All other idtlzens 'ro | kqen ng1 Indoors , fcarlng/to 'leav'o heir . came'to ' ! , - homes. Tho-Indians own-syosterday to got Sg.OOO , which jvas to bo paid them .byl fid agent of.a. . Chlcagoj syndicate , to which they have ' ' Cigno'd over 'their power of attorney { o act in vthoildUoi front Irfnd case. The indlan...

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 — 17 January 1902

TO R ftfmttini.K PRTWA n . W. N , 11UBIC , 1'ubllBUor. DAILY. KaUMUIiml. 1KH7. Kren day except Bnnilny , "l " 1" l > or -w ek , IS cents , lly mull per your , fl.OO. WICKKI.Y NICWH..VOMIINAL , Tb N ws , established. 1MI , The Journal , estnlillslnw 1H77 Krery Friday , HT mull per year , I.M > . tatflroil at llm Postolllce at Norfolk , Noli. , ni oond class matter. T laplionp l IMIlorlnl Department , No. Ml BnslneM Olllco Bliil Jot ) Rooms. No. 822. Fkirllnniont hna oponoil In Kuglnwl .juid it in prounulo thnt the country will mou bo unveil , Kohriiflkix ia not poHliig "fl n winter jrosort , but none of hur olti/oiiB nro OH- oclnlly attracted by the ImluooniontH of tUo Bouth or count points. Neunwlin -winter wonthor is good ouoDgh for any one. one.It It ia Bnld thnt Mr. Bryan recently np- plied for n policy in n prominent insur ance conipnny tuid in flllliiK in the condition of hlH health howroto : "Had two Bovuro attacks of presidential fever , followed by scvcro chills but ha...

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 — 17 January 1902

THK NORFOLK NJ5TTS : FRIDAY , JANUARY 17 , I002L Unanimously Rcnominatcd in Republican Caucus. OTHER OFFICERS SELECTED. Bernard Murphy for State Printer , I Howard Tedford for Binder and , John R. Carter for Code Editor Nom inated by Acclamation. DCS Molnes , Jnn. 1G. Senator Will iam 13. Allison was nominated by the ( Republican senatorial caucus last evening for the position of United { States senator for the sixth consocu- live term and Senator Jonathan P. Dolllvor was nominated to succeed himself at the expiration of his up- pointed term. The vote of the caucus rtvas unanimous in both cases. Sen ators Allison and Dolllvor appeared before the caucus and briefly ex pressed tholr thanki for tha honors bestowed. The caucus also nomi nated Bernard Murphy , present In cumbent , for state printer ; Howard ffedford , present Incumbent , for state binder , and J. R. Carter of Sioux City for editor of the code. The two senators were sent for. Senator Allison spoke feelingly of tlio compli...

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