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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

1 1 i - II 8 I K L Buhmann Instantly Killed on New Years HE WAS BLOWN TO DEATH A SMuto In Itm Nbw Ymr Mm ill InrnweU to n Young MnnV I Ho llimiln IIiimi uir nml 1iico 1nrlly Cnrrlnl 1vrny lijr lllM hnro nT SiUiitliiB tunnon Vnnn Woi1iionlny Dully A HntrcsRiiiK auctiluitt nliorlly nNor 13 oolook Now Yonrn morning rcHiillod in tho Instant uncous ilrnth of Piitor L Uuhnmnn ho bolng blown up wlillo fir ing n snlnto to tlio Now Yonr nml now contury with tho citys tmhiting cannon nonr tho Norfolk Foundry nml Muolilnn company1 workfl in Tho ndvent of tho Now Your Nor folk marked tho oIoho of n promising young llfo in n tragical miuinor that cast n gloom over tho jwoplo of tho city and vicinity for tho entire day and tho lotigor tho mibjoot was considered tho more horrible it appeared It was one of those distressing acoidcntH that roult in the instant severing of tho golden thread of Hfo and for which no ono in particular Ih responsible Tho victim waB n patriotlo young man whoso enthusiasm ...

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 — 4 January 1901

h n fe A f v 9 - - fc 1 9k s W s ips T ii i i - i t in I a V a iC JOHN TOPP PIRATE 15 M C By Woathcrby Chesncy and Alick Munro oomuonr 1000 nr wF ATtiRnnr citnsnirr and aucx MUtma UXUbCTimoNS n r u o COULTAS THE NORFOLK NEWS FLU DAY JANUARY I 1001 4 o ft k S It t mi t - s - s a vi - va - - - CHAPTER VII A8 the benrer8 of news of lie solztir of the EiirIIhIi shipping In Vigo buy wo wore persons of some consideration In Bristol The pood folk of the town were all caper to hear from our lips a true nccount of the outbreak with Spain nml the result to us wns that except for our beds and a light morn ing meal of cold beef and ale we woro very little In debt to our host of the Blue Mermalden the tavern In which as It was a place frequented by seafar ing men we had made our headquar ters The adventure had left us well In pocket too for though the Severns cargo had of course not been sold It bad been brought back unspoiled and our Spanish galleon a new ship nn well stored turned out a most v...

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 — 4 January 1901

i h v 1 H ij 5 f J rt t Theoitfolkfleuas A joho doesnt necessarily hnvo to bo -very stalo lo bo older tlinn tlio century It Ian long tlmn to wnlt but tho fourth of July is coming Mr l5rynnR predictions to tlio contrary notwtth i Winding Tho Womans club nt Fremont is ngL latlng tho quoBtlon of n pnbltn ltbrnry lot that olty und it Isprolmblft thnt tholr efforta will remit lit tho establishing of imch an limtitntlon Dont forgut to put n your Now monlllttollH II rCSOlVU tO tllUO TlIK Nkwh Tho Columbus J nurnnl boustB Hint a man of thnt olty tliil some plowing on Friday tho 21st and tho gromul tnroed over nB easy as lu tho summer mouths Nebraska 1h ontitlod to recog nition as n propor whiter resort A 1-year-old Illly wns recently Hold In London for r0000 Tlmt would seem to bo n pretty long chnnco to tnko on bcrcdlty but brooding cuts n grent fig ure In tlio Aquino world as It does ometlmes with tho huninn race Tho incronso in tho monoy oiroulntion of tho United Spates for tho mouth of N...

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 — 4 January 1901

H H i r SATURDAY SIFTINGS Miss Clurii ltmlut is on tlio sick list I II Sciibnry of Plaiuviow is visiting Norfolk friends J S Boyd wns n city visitoryestonlay from Ainsworth Mrs August Ilollommn is said to bo quito sick with puounioniii ShorifT Quo W Losey was a city visi tor yostcrdny from Madison Mrs T N McOniin of Onuihn is visit ing with Mis P F Sprechor Olins Morrintu of the Fnir storo is en joying a visit from his mothur T F MiiUiuiitiKor of Madison is look ing after business matters in Norfolk Dr O L Stephenson nnd O H llur rows aro visitors in Omaha lrom Nor folic Miss Mary Horrisky has returned from au extended visit in Butte Mon tana Miss Iloso Wilson who has boon visit ing here returned todayto her homo in Pierce Mrs O W Landers and children of Genoa aro visiting relatives and friouds in Norfolk Mrs Wm Bland went to Humphrey this morning to visit over Sunday with Mrs Fuesler Dr A B Tashjeau and Mrs Jack Kocuigsteiu returned from Chicago on the noon train John 0 Sprecher de...

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 — 4 January 1901

10 WEDNESDAY WRINKLES Win Gher of Stanton was u city Pa llor yesterday K K Frlstlo of Klgin was in Nor folk yesterday II O Howell was a Now Years visitor from llnmlolph Geo Davis was a city isltor yestor day from Winner llonry Poiilno was u Norfolk visitor yesterday from Wisner MIbsLIIHoM lolthofllooper wns ii Now Years visitor In Nmfolk W II llnohol 1h confined to the Iioubo by u slight Indisposition Tlioro will lo no meeting of t ho West 81do Whist club tomorrow night Klkliom council No 17111 Hoynl Ar Ciuium will meet tomorrow night Miss Kdith Hachclor arrived from Omaha lust night mid Is tho guest of -Miss Annlo Mollrldo Miss Martha Parker returned to Omnlin yesterday nttur u vacation visit to Nor folk ruliulvos mill friends Tlio miiitmum toinpornturo yesterday hh recorded by Dr Salters thermometer was 7 degrees bolow zero Tho Indies gulll of Trinity chiiroh will meet with Mrs II 0 Mntriiu to morrow nftornoon nt SI I0 Miss Suslo Thompson returned yes tordny to Omaha aft or n plea...

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 — 4 January 1901

I - 3 A f v f k i 6- Rubbers Overshoes Felt Boots Felt Shoes Felt Slippers Leggins All Sizes and Kinds Davenport Bros THE NORFOLK SHOE HEN A Question of Spex Do your eyes tire easily 9 If so You need Glasses Do your eyes bum If so You need Glasses Does the type become blurred in reading If 50 You need Glasses Do you suffer from frontal headache If so Glasses will Help You Do you know if you have perfect eyesight If not we can Inform You rr will cost you nothino H C p 01 VIAtQUAlDT Jeweler and Optiean NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA THOMPSONS CASH GROCERY SWEET POTATOES NAVAL ORANGES ALMBRIA GRAPES HEINZS MINOE MEAT CABBAGE ONIONS BALDWIN AND GREENING APPLES and in fact everything in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Thompsons Cash Grocery Tilt Wetttltur Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 57 Minimum temperature 1 Average 21 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 00 Snowfall 00 Barometer 21 88 Forecast for Nebraska Partly cloudy to...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 4 January 1901

12 OflIRIlLII I DV ROBERT IIARIt ix i wm Rl iContlnuoiU Well neither ilo llio UuhhIiiui for tlmt matter by tlila Hint and 1 iiiirrly wish to tell yon that if it hadnt boon for bis notion nnil for tin irniiiitner ii of it member of biH ntnIT I hIioiiIi Imvo failed In IIiIh hiImIoii 1 wiiHilriifwrt by tbo Hussluu imllco and robbed Minn Harder wbo wiim on tbo train hihv BoinolbliiK of what wim koIiik forward and Piicceeded most deftly In despoil Jug the robbers I was lylnj infusible nt tbu tlinn and heliiless Hho Heourod tbo document and banded it bade to mo when wo bad crossed tbo frontier leaving In the hands of tbo Russian1 a similar envelope containing a copy of The Daily Jingle Therefore uncle if i A ifvlfl w 37ic old tiwni xcrllilihd a JiinW cordial in vltutlon o llurdwlck In future you can do anything to oblige Mr Ilnrilwiclr you will help in a moan uro to cancel tbo obligation which our family owes to him My dear boy I shall bo delighted to do so 1 am afraid I have been rather ...

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 — 11 January 1901

4 rr mi i is n Chinese Plenipotentiaries Affix Their Signatures POWERS DECLINE THOFFER InTltftllnn la Trausfor Xogotlntlons From Peking to Washington llool Not Mrrt With KnTur auil President McKlnlry Withdraws lropoiltlou Pnrls Jun 11 Ah the result of In quiries lit authoritative quarters tlio Associated Press 1h given the follow ing statement In regard to tlio Chinese situation The Chinese pleulpoteutlarlesslgued the Joint note yesterday thus con cluding the preliminary stage of the negotiations It was added that this Important tep was insignificant compared with he difficulties to be met with between the powers themselves whose clashing interests will have full play in the coming discussions The United States proposnl to shift the sent of the negotiations finds no favor in the Ku rpjiciiu chancellories President Withdraws OffeA 1 Washington Ian 11 As some of the foreign powers do not look with favor upon the proposition of the United States recently made as to the withdrawal of ce...

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 — 11 January 1901

ft The Norfolk J4cujs W N HUSK Publlehor KTr weak DAILY Established 1887 day except Sunday lly carrier per 15 cents Hy mull ior year ftiOO WKKKIY NEWS JOUKNAI Tho News established 1SSI The Journal eatuhltiiheil 1877 Kvery Friday lly mall per year lr0 Kntered at the Postottlce at Norfolk Noli conil class matter Telephoue No 22 Those who had supposed that the do feat of Novombor U would impair Mr BryanV talking facilities were evidently not oorrectly informed as to his ability to snrmount small difficulties The reapportionment bill of Dr Ely of Ainsworth introduced in both houses of the legislature Wednesday places Madison uud ttoono couutios in u benatorial district No 15 It makes this county the Thirty Third represent ntive district and Madison and Platte with a iloat representative between ihem tho Thirty Fourth It would seem that a small acreage of popcorn would be of value to tho avor ago farmer aud it is a wonder that moro of it is not grown Tho retail price of popcorn in Norfol...

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 — 11 January 1901

i i n 1 1 Li Hung Chang and Prince Ching Wait for Orders ANTI FOREIGNERS IN POWER Atlvlse Kiupress Dowager Against Ac cepting Trriim Irlnres 11 and ChlnR Toll Her n ltedsal Will lie 1ntnl ami Lrjje Signing of the Joint Note Peking Inn 10 II Hung Chang la butter Hoth ho timl Prince ChliiR balked nt signing the Joint note when they considered the question until the court wns heard from again explain ing that the emperors edict direct ing them to put off signing prevented them from using the Imperial seal until Iterinlssloti shall have been received which permission they claim to expect hourly It is known here among the Chinese that the extreme nntl foreign clement Is now In power and that the court favorites now advise the empress dowager ll Hung Chnng and Prince Chlng both strongly urge the signing of the agreement and they believe their coun sels must prevail They have pointed out in the strongest possible terms that the very existence of China ne cessitates the acceptance of the te...

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 — 11 January 1901

1 i in Debate on the Measure Takes a Wide Range SLIGHT PltOORESS IS MADE riilllpplne Unrsllon Threshed Orer al lrmt ltiiilh nml AUsUitn lloiindftry IHapute Also Touehed llpoiillnusn llitrle limited Nil Tine nestilutloii Washington lull For live hours yesterday the senate iIIsuhhsoiI the army reorganization hill The debate took a wide range ut times Itnl wjih conduct irlnelpally to the question of the necessity for the Increase In the regular army provided for In the pend ing nieaKtire The Philippine question was threshed over at great length bill few reiilly new polntn were ailvuneed II was urged by the supporters of the army bill that the situation In the Philip pines demanded tho Inereuso of the army proposed TIiIm was eoutroverted by the opposition sonutors who while they were willing In a general wuy to provide for Hitch temporary force as might be needful were vigorously opposed to the creation of a perma nent standing army of 100000 men Speeches were made by Carter Toller Hoar...

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 — 11 January 1901

h f V i I 1 fr UNDER THE EAVES Hidden ly Uuk nJ dint they lit Lndcr Hie fpiclous cues and broken and ill awry tlio Mwi of TratJ Rone b r at Jiit itiooint depth rcrcUrt Leather bound hooka of l dchrn With yellow and well Irajed Icavti Chirfl telling of tliltiKi dhluc A rraikcJ decanter cnlaheled Wlae Under the gloomy eatti A tiny cricket a broken chair A brlndle cowhide trunk A tlranjrc old tine ao rough and squira Killed with ruty cooklnpt ware And other kitchen Junk A little cradle rude and plain How fancy round It wear The tale of mother Joy and pain That all these tleetliiff years had lain Under the gloomy catca And so to each poor castaway Home tcndii faiiry cleaves The gentle olcc that ot did aay Oh rave It ct another dayl Under the apaclous eae II II Itlchardson In Boston Courier i The Romance 01 a Lost Nickel 4 And How It Got Into tho Possession of Its Kiffhtful Owner By W R Rose 1 He had conic to Cleveland to accept the offer of an extensive manufactur ing concern They wante...

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 — 11 January 1901

v j The Norfolk fleuas lrynnR pnpor Is to bomthor oxoluMvo Jtomn Ho hns refused to accept nil- nnd It 1h presumed It will lw used Bololy to mlvcrtinu Mr Hrynn null his principles Somo of tlio domoornts coiitintia to in Mit Uint Mr Brynn Is tlioonly iinnlillcd lender of tlio party Very well Lot it gout Hint Ho lendfe tlio party in tlio xight ilirection to mtUfy tlio Mr Clovelnnd asMimcs to speak for the mnk nnd file whilo Mr Bryans in forests nro wild to rest with tho com moil peoplo Tlioro will bo n nilRht y cIIh Inrbnuco when tho ono olnss conies to Ins separated from tho other Abraham K Klmor of Warren N Y in wild to hnvo lived in threo centuries having boon born in 1782 It ia nlfio iiaid that ho hna used tobacco nnd whisky nil his lifo nnd Invnrlnbly voted for Andrew Jnckson for president Vf T Stoad of Now York tennthority for tho Htntoniont that Oom lnul Kro ger will visit thoUultodStntoBiuFob rnnry Mr Kruger will nndoubtodly 1mi warmly welcomed Hhonld ho dooldo to visit tho gro...

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 — 11 January 1901

H 1 l t rfl WHEN BOBS AWAY AT SCHOOL All rlnr delightful tmon ill Too rare iml far too lirlcfl Bwrct tlmr when silence lolt doth fill As fill the lolling leifl Ti inhered In with lim of Rite Anil out with fljlnir itool Ami qulrtudr ilotli rule In tile When Ilobi wy it ichool 1 Upon the porch jne Ubby rt J With blinking cye doth loie In tranquil dreatm forcettlns that Her lifes a round of wots And Ton grr stretched unon the snw In visions of the pool jl FoTRfts to bark at feet which pisi if While lloba away at school o What hlfMfd cbirm rnfotda the home Throughout that wion rircl Kich buutlnB Ay and chrcpliiK mouse Slceiii wiiind within Its lilr The elms ticslde the ganlfn Rite Fa freshly Rrren and cool Braree stir their Riant llmhs sedate When Dolls away at school Hut ill too soon It fides awar Ill Towserl Sic her air Tuss leaps the fence a dash of pray I JM w Towwr Just a yellow blur I Bangl goes the door In runs the UJI t e And yet the chaps a fool Whod not be just a little glad W...

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 — 11 January 1901

8 HUH III Man Who Killed Snyder Saloon Keeper is Taken ALMOST LYNCHED BY OHO WD Ionno Id Hot on the Trnll of Mm Otlior lotr Storyof tho nml Mtinlnr Two DitrliiR Itnnillt Hold M Ilflooii Mm Inl Kvrnliiftr Orowoll Nob Inn fi Special to Tint Nnws Ono of tho rohlwrs who killed llormnn Sohn thoSnvlor saloon Iteopor last night wan pnpturoil nt a point about 400 yards from tho 1 E Us M V bridge whoro It orossoH tho Klkhorn rlvor nouth of thiM plnoo nbont noon toilny mid oM corn mid citizens nro hot on tho trail of thoothor robber with bloodhonndH Ho is but n mlluor two ahead of hl piirsuorH mid his enpturo Is n quoHtion of but n nhort tliuo Tho follow captured In tho ono do fioribod iw being minus several lingers on ouo hand A strong effort was inndo to lynch him mid n rongh mid tumblo light for tho possession of tho prisoner oiiHiied botwoon thoso in favor of lynch law mid thono who doRlrod tho ooiirtH to deal with tho prlBoncr In n law abiding man nor Tho crowd wns nbout ovonly divided l...

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 — 11 January 1901

jr SATURDAY SIFTINGS M A Walker of Piorco is rt city vlsU itor today Geo Wilson of Piorco is visiting Nor Mt folk friends A B TcrwilliRor wns ill tho city todny from Wuyno Hugh Horbison was a city visitor yes terday from Madison Mr and Mrs Lorouson of Pilgor woro city visitors yostorduy Tho Bachelor Girls will moot tonight with Miss Nina Walker Miss May MoNoiU will go to Fromont tomorrow noon for a short visit Ohas Nouow returned to Gordon last night to rosumo his work as tiunor P WBockandson returned last night from n visit to parents and friends at Waterloo Iowa Mr and Mrs M G Bloy wont to Plaiuviow on tho noon train to spend Sunday with friouds O W Rico four years ago a resident of Norfolk and a conductor is in tho oity renowing old acquaintances K B Knnyon is enjoying a visit with his sister Mrs Franklin Elliott and her daughter Sarah of Columbus KnuBtis Prof M B Singor and A Stoffon re turned last night from Omaha where they had been attending a conference of 1 r f 1V - German ...

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 — 11 January 1901

K i 10 TUESDAY TOPICS Alt 1 A ShurU is on tlio nick list J N Huntliok was n pnoscngor this turning for Oiunhn J K lloovor of llnttlo Creek wan n kity visitor Inst night Dr V A Lour Is In from Mntllmm to nttcml tho meeting of tlio medico Jeo A Kocohlg returned Inst night Jjffroiu a visit with rolntlvos nt Miulison Tlio nuunnl crop of lro for tho cold Alorngo is being harvested and garnorcd Dr A Ii Muirhcml of Wlnslito is ono of tho physicians meeting at tho Ox nurd today Geo N tools has placed a telephone iu tho Christian Science reading room No 1KIA Editor 1 K Martin of tho Hattlo Crook Kiitcrprlso had buslines in Nor folk last oroning Miss Hilda Wuohtor returned to Fre mont yesterday nftor a short visit with Miss Clara Schrani John Froythalor is laid up with a badly spraluod nnklo tho rosult of a fall Wednesday night last week Invoicing is tho popular past lino in whioh tho mnjorlty of Norfolk mer chants aro cugagod at tho prusout time Tho Norfolk friends of Mr and Mrs H T Whlto of...

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 — 11 January 1901

V 1 T 1 A Question of Spex Do your eyes tiro easily If so You need Glasses Do your eyes burn If so You need dlnsses Docs the type become blurred in reading If o You need Masses Do you suffer from frontal headache If so Glasses will Help You Do you know if you have perfect eyesight If not we can Inform You IT WILL C05T YOU NOTHINO Df C f 1 VIfllQUfltDT Jeweler and Optiean NORFOLK NEBRASKA H E HARDY FUEL Office Cor 4th and Main Sis Yards Bast l P Depot Phone 35 The Went her Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a in to day Maximum temperatnre 25 Minimum temperatnre -1 Averago 15 Precipitation 01 Total precipitation for month 04 Snowfall oO Earometor 29 00 Forecast for Nebraska Generally fair tonight and Saturday Warmer north and west portions tonight FRIDAY FACTS II H Hall and all the inombers of his family are confined to their home on North Ninth street with the grip There will be no revival services at the M church tomorrow night Meetings will be contin...

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 — 11 January 1901

y 12 i tt y irii iuy i4nioioiUuii Mnunslue Irvtnetou N V l l i otr 1M JnlelUln Ie I l Motls Miieaxine lMilIuWlpllii 1eun i ii4iliH t ompauloii IIONton Munh i i nptiMKUeim Muhn 1 town Mirlucfleld Ohlu no Jliiu mi Iliriu LoiiUvlUe Ky i no 7 JVi l arwp uMu S -no Ifleaiw veiiil cauli with order It e ir u lur iui - riri lu i ipw f lu t it irk New voVi ci y a rliiiifi M Aew York Cilv ui lM Ml oo r lM 7fi no AMl 5lULeVif S luKelil Ma i lHI I II n Iielil liml Klrfulili iMilm m P iui C ij i t iii lOnriner cIUcijko 111 loo lillMilt liKiliinaiiollH I ml r lnrinr levelauil Ililo tut VI Mini il Ilirmer Detroit nllel 1 1 tu With Weekly Trl Sc 1 Tribune Trlbi One Yer One r f SOO lpr IOO 101 ir lK 1- IOO -I i I ihi iivi iki l - tur 18 l - iii llO 17 17 1 noo ns i noo - lM J Ml Jno ano n iar in- 12 17i l -- in -x r ix 15 J oo jjn ysr yr i lOO - lM iv- lOO 1 - itwt i lM 1 - lOO 1 I ltMl li lX 1- loo jni iM i r loo u irti THE NORFOLK NEWS FlUDAY JANUARY U 190L nuiiHiriiii iirliu Slrlk til itur uatcd w...

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 — 18 January 1901

I I V I V I 4 r 1 r The Noqix WeeelxNewSJojjrnal H1BII No Important Change In Ne t braska Senatorial Situation MEIKLEJOHN LOSES A PAIR Crouimc Itrlntnt tlio Snnie liltlon While Oilier Irndi n All Show Sniiill Snlin FiihIoiiUU Vot Tor Allan mill Hllrliciick No Intllriitloii of n Clinlrr Lincoln Inn 18 third Imllot for sciintnr wns tnUun In joint session yesterday uml wns no iiiiiror conulti Rive Until tlioxo which lmvc preceded The Cent lire If tiny there wns was the loss of two voles by MelUleJohn Cronnse simply licltl his iwn while Currle sullied two llnlnor one llln chuw one Uosewaler one with lliild1 rlge absent I 10 Thompson one The nciitturltiK vote was even worse scattered than before Peveral who disappeared from the list Wednesday reappearing The following Is the vote 1st Allen 51 Cronnsc 8 Currle JO Halnor fi Hurl it i - J Hny J It 2 Harrington I iHltchcork J i Ullnshnw 14 CHowc 4 iKInknld n ilndny ftfMklr John J2 tMorlnn 1 Martin 1 Murplir 4 jNorrnl 2 TUchnrds 1 fftORpwntor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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