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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 7 February 1902

: frilIDAY , FEBltAllUY 7 , 1902. Business Men Plan to Advance Norfolk. COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED. Another Mooting to bo Hold In Tw Weeks to Further the Plans and Perfect the Organization Much Enthusiasm Evidenced. From BntntiUy'n Dally ! The mooting of business moit hold at the city hull Inut night on call of Profll- tlout G. A. Lutkurt of the IJuolnww MOU'R association ftmiiflhod ovldonco that Norfolk in nhuut to amort herself nud nmko an effort to advance to aooord with her locution mid fnvornblo facil ities. A nuiiibnr of nmttorn of impor tance to the future welfare of the city \voro dlpouHsed and htops token toward notlvu efforts ( lint cnnnot but honofittho city nnd nil itH inton'stn If followed up. While the Business ) Mon'fl owioolatlon has boon aotlvo in the intoreflta of the oily it was decided that the organlza- lion should bo bromloncd and Htrongth- onod uud a committee of four , oompoflod of Messrs. W. II. Huoholz , Dr. O. W. Wilkinson , M. D. Tyler and Burt MaposVIH iia...

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 — 7 February 1902

iitfDAl t jr , .3 Joint Resolution Inviting Cub- ' ' attsvto Accc'pt Annexation. /'IS ' INTRODUCED DY NEWLAND8 , H .Measure Recommends Twenty-Five 'I ' Per Cent Reduction of Sugar Tariff j 'In Conoldoratlon of Preferential ; Rates to United States. Washington , Fob. C. Representative Rowlands of Nevada , who was the iduthor of the resolution annexing Ha waii , yesterday Introduced a joint reso- llutlon , Inviting the Republic of Cuba to become a part of the United States , 'first as a territory and then as a state of the Union , to be called the state of V Cuba , also authorizing a 25 per conl reduction of duty on the present crop of Cuban -sugar , in consideration of Cuba's granting preferential rates to the United States. , Mr. Newlands in explanation i > f his resolution sold : "All those who have Appeared to voice Cuba's needs and requirements have indicated that an Invitation to Cuba of annexation would .bo accepted. Annexation by force ' .would > not > bo justified. I...

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 — 7 February 1902

T THE NORFOLK NEWS ; .FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , 1902. ' v y * "BBWBIHiHBBBB HBHHBHHHBHI BBBHHBHHBBBIHHB BBHHIIIHBH BBIHB Our Tenth Annual Sewer's Sale , February 3 to March 1 , 1902. ANNUAL CUSTOMERS' BENEFIT SALE.t . , SALE needs no introductory. It has fized February in the minds of early purchasers and made it an important month in our business THIS . With renewed solicitude for our customers' interest , which alone can perpetuate this sale , we have prepared for it THOROUGLY and ENERGETICALLY. Our purchases have been guarded , our prices scaled to the lowest point. Several new lines of unusual interest have been added. The Money Saving Features will surpass any former sale. TO THE PUBLIC. .stronger in equipment , determined in every Department to make the year one of Growth and Mutual Benefit to our customers. Make our store YOUlt "Home Store. " We want to conduct it according to the ideas and demands of an interested public. Our dominant principle will be to sell you RELIABLE Goods...

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 — 7 February 1902

\ NOlltfOLK N EWS : "FRIDAY , FR1WUARY 7 , ,1)1)2 ) ) 11 A Writing Contesl FREE TO ALL ! FIrat prize , fine Gold Spectacled worth $15.00. Second prize , fine Gold Spectacles worth $10.00. 7 , ' Third prize , fine Gold Ring , wortl $5.00. IV Take an ordinary one-cent postn card slzo , 0) x5 } iiichos , and write wit ! pen and ink the following : Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist Whoever writes it the most times will roooivo the first prize ; the second most , the second prize ; the third most the third prize. CONDITIONS. Every word must bo written plain distinct and correct. After the last word Ophthalmologisl appearing on the card , state number ol times written , if one hundred times , ay " 100. " The name and address of the writoi most bo written at the bottom of the same side. No writing on the front side will be counted. Ono writer cannot got more than one prize , as only one card to each writer it allowed. All postal cards must bo in my office Kb 4 o'clock p. m. , February 8 , 1...

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 — 7 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 7 , Ifl02. Industrial Commission Submits " " Final Report. MORE RIGID RATE t-AW8. .Would Qlve Largely Increased Power to Ititerotnte Commerce Board Oi- , posea Olccrlmlnatlon In Tariffs Fa I vors Qovornmcnt Control Policy. n , Pel ) . 7. The IndiiHlrlal communion IIIIH submitted I tit dual retort - | tort to coiiKit'HB. ' It IB a document cf inoro tluui 1,000 printed PIIKOH. The first pnrt donlHvllli tlio proRroHB of the imtlon , HKrlctiltnro , mlnlni ; und trnnsportiitlon. lluconlmondatlonn are nmdo on the nubJoctH of tnuwportu- tlon mid iiRrlcultiiro. The coniinluiilon advlnuu list to transportation : That the policy of Koverniunnt mi- jicrvlslon anil control of rallrtmdH an originally laid down In the tionato coin- mitt oo report of 1880 and otnhodlnd the following year , In the Intoratnlo commerce net , bo rovlaod oiul BtrciiKtlioned. Huch luftliilnUon Rhould provldo : Moro Htrlnpont regulation of the con- dltloiiB under which freight and pan...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FEBRUARY H , Adopts Resolution Favoring Popular Electipn of Senators. MEETS WITH NO OPPOSITION. Awaits Senatorial Action Before BeIng - Ing Sent to States Passes BUI 'to Pay Confederate Soldiers for Loss of Side-Arms Manila Cable BUI. Washington , Feb. 14. The house .yesterday unanimously adopted a reso lution proposing an amendment to the ( /constitution of the United States for 'the election of senators by direct pop ular vote. There was no demand for tlmo to debate the resolution. This Is the fourth time the house has adopted a similar resolution. Two bills'ofgeneral Importance were passed by the house , the remainder ofr the time being devoted to minor business. < Ono was a senat bill to provide1 for * the payment of th claims of confederate officers 'and 'soldiers whotte horses , side arms a'n'd Baggage , We taken from thorn b"y Unfon sol diers contrary to the terms of the surrender of Leo's and Johnson's [ armies...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1902. The floff elk cuus W. N. UOB1C , PubttKUor. DAILY. KttnblUliml. 1&S7 , KTO liny eiMJit Bnmlny. H fartler tconU. HT mall par your , ifl.OO. WKKKI.Y NKWB-JOUUNAI , , nMH wtMiiibll liet , mti . , The Jonnin ) , oiUbllMied 1N17 Kwy Friday. y m ll i' < ir yenr , $ UO. RQtorftfnt tlin t'ontollleo nt NorfolV , Nob. , ni Mcond olnii mntter. _ _ _ _ _ _ Tl n1im\M t K ) ltorlal ttoiuirlmBiit , No. l llOilnwi Olllca Mill Job flooim. No. . A great many southerners yto pro- icotlonlntB when It COUJOH to Iho sugar question. , _ _ _ , O | > i > onlllon ( n Hnvago. "When the movement aKainwt Gov ernor Savngo wan started , It canto us n spontaneous uprising of the people against nu ofllcor who wonlil HBO a pub- lie position to accomplish personal ends it was the public's ( Usnpprovnl of the aiothocls cmployctl by the man occupyIng - Ing the governor's chair. At that time It wan not known what position would T9o token by the railroad politi...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY It , 1902. -Great Britain Forms Alliance With Japan. > ! ARE PLEDGED TO NEUTRALITY , Agreement Seeks to Preserve the In tegrlty of China and Korea Treaty la a Startling Surprise to People of England. I London , Fob. 12. An Important par ' llamentory paper was Issued lout night , giving the details of a practical alll tinco between Great Hrltaln and Japan for the preservation of China and Korea , The information covers a dls patch sent by Lord Lansdowne to the JrlUsh mlnlstor at Toklo , Sir Chuudc IcDonald , and comprised a signed copy of the agreement. In explanation itho paper eays the agreement may be regarded as an outcome of the events jot the past two yoars. Throughout { the Boxer troubles Great Britain and Uapan had been In close and unlntor jruptod communication and actuated bj Similar views. i "Wo each desire , " oays Lord Lana jWowno , "that the Integrity and inde txmdoncc of the Chinese omplro should bo preserved and that there shoul...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE .NORFOLK NflWR : FRIDAY , FJEBRUAUY 14 , tM)2. ! ) Federalists Petition to Be An- ncxcd as Territory. SEND MEMORIAL TO CONQRE88. ( Request That Islands De Given a Chance to Ultimately Deconio a State Oppoce Idea of Colony and Declare Against Independence. "Washington , Fob. 13. The momorlnl of tlio federal party of the I'hlllpplno Islands wnu transmitted to the suuata jrciiterday afternoon by the necrobry of war , together \vltli a letter of trams- initial by Governor Taft , In whouo charge the document was given , The mnmnrlnl wan adopted ( U. nil extraor dinary sositlon of Uio federal party Acid In Manila. In November. The memorial proper Is divided Into < TVO parts. The ilrst of these la a poll- < tlon fur annexation and a propqnU- tlon of the forrii qf government < [ ยง wired. In Oils subdivision the federal party nets forth that It hao nrndo an xhnuntlvo otudy of both the Filipinos txnd the Americans and concludes that from the mans af data collected It lo "tho Inte...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY U , 1002. City Savings Institution of DC- I troit Forced to Close. t WAS ALLOWED TO OVERDRAW. President Ties Up Over Million Dollars of Deposits Money Ad vanced by Cashier Without Knowl edge of Directors. , i Detroit , .Fob. 11. Vlco President .frank C. Andrews of the City Savings tank , which Is now in the hands of ( State Banking Commissioner George EL. Maltz , was arrested Into ycsteiday afternoon and arraigned at 0:30 : o'clock last night on the charge of fraudulently securing from the hank "without security and without knowl edge of the other directors a sum ox- cecdlns $1,000,000. He waa released on $10,000 ball and his examination was set for Feb. 21. Cashier Henry C. Andrews , through whom P. C. An drews IB said to have secured the money by means of overdrafts and certified chocks , Is 111 at his homo with nervous prostration. In addition to a total Indebtedness to the City Savings bank of $1,158,000 , to secure which Mr. Andrews has sign...

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 — 14 February 1902

fi THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'RIDAY. FEBRUARY H.I902. i Stand up and tnlk for Norfolk. American "embalmed bonf" in not in it with tlio army beef scandal of Or cut Hritnin , . ' "Wlion Governor Savogo in nominated and elected It will bo ( ho proper tiling to ro-install .Too Hartley as state tram- ror. It is ivbout tlinn for Qovornor Savage to do Fomcthlng moro to show thnt ho in there tofccrvo tlio people or nonio of thoiu. Norfolk in proud of lior churches find schools. Religious inllunncuH ixnd good vduratlonal advantages nro on n high pliuio. Thn Cotnmonor nnd tlio Madison Mall tire vnhmbla in nt least onn prxrtluuliir. , They nfTord vnhmblo material for tlio olKSors of nmuy fusion oditors. Minister Wn is mi ndvocato of -women's juriofl where a woman is on ( rial. Ho IB evidently convinced thnt VUIU'H gallantry to women ( nhould bo exercised onttiido of the jury box. The wheat growers of Manitoba have demoralized the market for that cereal by Hooding it with grnin. Perhaps the farmers o...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE NORFOLK. NEWS : FRIDAY , FKIHUJARY ! , Jim I The Follower A Welnl Story of Ono Wrnppeil In n Hl ck Clonk. * Two men , John niul Dnvitlwalked ehlo by side along n ( Uisty rond. They were returning from the great town In the valley to tholr homos In the Camlet hanging high above them 'ogalnst the mountain. ' As they walked they chatted of the elghtH In the town , of the good wives nnd little ones to whom they were 'coming ' after three days' absence , JokIng - Ing , joyotiH , happy In remembrance of their town jollity and In the anticipa tion of their welcome home. Occasion- 'nlly they stopped under the overhangIng - Ing branches of an orchard and-ate ap ples , or they kneeled by a spring , mak ing a cup of their hands to drink from , then passed on again. 1 The 'Biiri struck down fiercely upon their backs and shimmered on the dust of the 'rond. ' ' 'Ah , 'the ' hefltl ' Let us go move slow ly , John , " "No , " replied the other ; "It will bo cooler higher up. Ilet us make haste ...

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 — 14 February 1902

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , PEBRAltUY W , 1902. Norfolk's Dream May Soon be Realized. THE COMMITTEE TAKES ACTION. Congressman Robinson's Dill , Appro priating $75,000 Mnv ho Passed. Oiulgo Robertson Hns Boon Accomp lishing Something. I'ltnnVilnntilny' * Dnl'j. The pnmpoot for Norfolk gnttlng an appropriation of 1(75,000 for u publlo building at IhlH session nf congnws ap- poaiH to bo very fnvornblo Indoml and it looliHus thouuh GonKroHBimvn Koblu- non's bill would pans HOUKI tiinu tliiH nprlng , which will bo vary gratifying to tlio people of thin city , who Imvo < lroiunod of mich nil ttnprovuinuiit for initny years. At u recent Mission of congrew ) the city was HiioceHsfnl In scouring ixn approprl- ntion to purchase n slto forHtioh u build- lug and tlio government now owns the qaartor block at the corner of Fourth Htruut nnd Madison nvonuo , nt present oounploil by tlio Baptist ohnrob. A public building for the postottlon and \vltbroonin for the accommodation of the United St...

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 — 14 February 1902

THE flOKFOLft KPWg ; KIUIAY , JETtlU/ARY M , 1002. SATURDAY SIFTINGS. W. H.Bucholz made n trip to Hosklns todny. L. M. Qeor was over from the county scixt todny. " 11. Turner was a city visitor today from Pioroo. Miss May Dnrland went to Plalnvlow todny for a visit. 11 T. J. Sheets of Pierce was a Norfolk visitor yehtorday. Mrs. D.P. McDonnld of Plnlnviow woe in tbo oity today. Sheriff Olouicnts was over from Mad- iflon again yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. ! ! . _ II Horbisou nro city visitors from Madison. M. L. Thomson of Bnttlo Oroelc liad business in Norfolk yesterday. 1 ' club will moot The Woman's Monday afternoon with Mrs. B. P. Wontherby. Mrs. Stoinnetz and Miss Guilds wore in the city from Pierce today doing some trading. W. II. Johnson expects to leave for the1 cast tomorrow to purchase a spring stock of dry goods. II. O. IMatran returned last night from a three-weeks' visit to his old homo in Michigan. Elkhorn encampment , I. O. O. F.had initiation last night nnd afterward the m...

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 — 14 February 1902

t 10 TIIK NORFOLK NT5W5 : .FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 14. 1902. i WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , 0. H. Hurnlmm of Tildon WOH in the city over nl ht. IP , A. Huston of NollRh w ut R Norfolk - folk visitor ever night. Sheriff J. , T. Olomoutfl ww la tUo oily today on onioial biifllnoM. 0. 8. HayoB umdo a bu luc trip to Pleirco nud Plnlnvlow today. W. T. Pouohor of TokftmiUi In the Kuoat of 111 * brother , Rot. J. V. Pouohor of this city. K. II. Trnoy will go to Fremont to. morrow to attend the Nebraska real rotate oouvontion. Ir. P. II. Suiter accompanied a pa- ; iont to Hot Spring , 8. IX , lost night and will return tomorrow. JiunoH Oonncll , ropnwoiitliiK 10 Oinnhii Potrolnum , ChiHuud Goal company - pany is in the city on buHluotw. National Hank Examiner J. L. Ollno of Mtndcn in here on bin regular trip , ox- miiinhiK the Norfolk National biuik. K.N. Vail luiB ro-imrohoDod the candy kitchen at which Frank Thum rocoutly failed and will ro-opou it to the public in the near future. On Saturday Traoy &a...

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 — 14 February 1902

HIE NORFOLK NEWS : TRFDAY , FKBTIUAIIY 14 , HM2 n FREE TO WRITERS All persons who took part in 1 the writing contest are cordial ly invited to como to my oillco mid have thpir eyes examined , FIIEE'OF ' OIIAUOE. I will do the work ( is thoroughly as if the regular too WAS paid. I will toll yon the true condition , how mnoh ncrvo' energy , if ANY , you nro wasting every dny on account of eye strnin. Ifwill bo well worth your time , nud money in your pocket , if yon will attend in time to the most Important nud most wonderful mechanism of the human body , "tho OTOS which admit and reg- nlato light , " thcii defects and their relation to human ills. The above offer will bo good for ono year. 'T DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK NEBRASKA. Good lot at Junction $ 150.00 HOUBO and } aero , 8d St 875.00 House and largo barn 4000.00 House , barn , % acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House at Junction. ' 700.00 Four room house and barn 450.00 Loans on Real Estate Low Rates. T. E. ODIOENE. PA...

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 — 14 February 1902

{ THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 14 , 1M)2. ! ) JIL 11. T. HOLDHN Homeopathic I'liTMcInn niul Hurticon Olltce , ( UUiBtt * NittlniiiO Itunk 11(111(1111414 TAlflphnnn 101. IVMiUnrlnm and Kalilmic , Mlo < t Illh III Tolepuuua 8. Norfolk , . Nclirftwka. JIl. N , J. HOAGLANI ) , Onteopnthlc Phyilclan. Dl m both ncnto ami elirmile noccpainlb trnMod without line of tlni it IK fcufn. I'nona No. K fit , Ollliw t rodilmn * , 109 North lOUt Htroftt , Norfolk , tfiilirwtkn JjT J. OOLK , DENTIST. Onicn liter Glllimi'i National N nk. llmlilenM ono block north of Uouiiroif atiimal dm roll. Norfolk , Nobrnnka MARY SHKLLKY r'ntdilonablo DroHijinnkor Op itnlrt In Cotton block , ever llmim't tort Klrit-olnii work KiinrnnlooO , Norfolk , NobrnakA ] yUS. SADIE IIAHT MILMS Ostcopathic Phyilciail , 11 oo mi ororlllnjTRs' JowoIrilIo'M\n- | \ < j | gE83IONS & BELL , , . , Undcrtnkcrmand I'nilj | inor | , Illk. , . Bouloui Norfolk ATS. i Norfolk , ffobroafu , ' ' ' ( 1 - - - - * r- - e * B -...

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 — 21 February 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , FliBRUAUY 21 , 1002. I Five Hundred Shot Down in Streets of Barcelona. ARTILLERY DROUGHT INT USE. Infantry and Cavalry Defend Dangerous - ous Points and Cannon Sweep Plaza. Fighting Occurs at Other Points In Spain. London , Fob. 21. A message to tbo Exchange Telegraph company from Barcelona , via Porplgnan , Franco , says a fierce battle has boon fought between the troops anil the rioters In the suburb of Barcelona known as Bano. Before the engagement , the cavalry anil Infantry had been posted In the most dangerous points and a Hold battery had been , located on the plaza , from which vantage point the guns could sweep the surrounding streets. When the final clash with the troops occurred , continues the dis patch , the artillery was brought Irto action and raked street after street. The rlotore engaged the batteries at close range , but were driven off. It Is reported that GOO persons were killed and wounded on both sides. The en...

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 — 21 February 1902

\ TUG NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , FflhRUAKY 21 , lX)2. ! ) ( Brigands Hand Over Their Cap tive in Good Health. HEV. MR. T8ILKA UNDER ARREST. Husband of Miss Stone's Companion Charged With Complicity In the Kid- ' naplng of the Women Report 1 Comes From Paris Press. Pnrla , Fob. 10. The Temps pub- Unites u dispatch from ConBUvntlnopIo jwhlch announces tlint MliiH Iflllon M. Btono IIUH boon roloatiml by tlio brl- Bands who hold bor captive nlnoo Bopt. : < last nnil IIIIH boon handed over in good health to tbu dragoman of the ( American location. The dispatch adds that the "Rev. rrsllka" has boon arrested on the charge of complicity In U klilnapliiB of Miss Stono. Ho lu the lumband of Mtno. TBllkn , MlflH Stono'B companion. MlnB Stone , who was traveling with Mine. Tullkii and a purty of about IB frlondB , wna captured by brigands In the district of Snlonlcn In September. Blnco then vlKoroun efforts Imvo boon mnilo by the United States govern ment mid by friends and relatives to obtain ...

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 — 21 February 1902

THK NORFOLK NFAVS : Fill DAY , FKBllUAllY 21 , HH)2. ) President Holds Substantial Justice Was Done. GIVE3 CREDIT TO CAPTAINS. Insists That to Them Belongs the Real Merit Finds No Excuse on i Either Side for Further Agitation. Schley's Offenses Condoned. Washington , Fob. 20. The nresl- dent yesterday nmdo the following statement public : "I have received the appeal of Ad miral Schloy and the answer thereto from the navy department. I have examined both with the utmost care , as well as the preceding appeal to the secretary of the navy. I have read through all the testimony taken be fore the court and the statements of the counsel for Admirals Sampson and Schley , have examined all the of ficial reports of every kind referring to the Santiago campaign , copies of log books , signal books and the testi mony before the court of claims , and Imvo also personally had before mo the four surviving captains of the five ships , asldo from those of the two admirals , which were actively enga...

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