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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 May 1902

10 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , MAY 0 , 1902 , And Thereat the Soldier's Soul . is Grieved. NO PLACE TO KEEP CLOTHING , The Absence of Clean Uniforms Sub jects Thorn to Court Martini A Protest Apnlnst ; the Abolishment of the Army Canteen. Prom Momluy'f Dnlly. Dupltan , Mind. , P. I. , Fob. 32 , 1U03. To Tin : NI\VH : : AH I niu on uu iHlntul whore there is little trouble between tlto nntlvoR and ( ho soldiers It IH hiirtl to doBcribo what actual troublu In , The town is still under martial law , but la controlled by olvll authorities , the soldiers being necessary only vrhon in surgents in small hands nro supposed to bo near mid the olvll police have not force enough to ofToot their capture. A nniubor of our mou with our officers wont to n small town named Dopolog , about six miles from lion ) , In the night and Hooured the country to find BOUIO insurgents reported to bo there , but they were not to bo found. The party lost one gun mid thrco boltH , IIH the re- Hult of overloading n...

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 — 16 May 1902

Lost Sight or "The that Failed" Klplin s pathetic talc of the artist wild lost bis slffht , teachdfc a moral The1 eye's are thfc brdad Winners. Ttfce&reofthtoi. Have them examined. Know that they are rlfht. We are eye experts. Satisfaction guaranteed. OR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. Qbod ifit at Junction $ ' 1GO.OO House atid % acre , 8d St 875.00 House and large barn 4000.00 House , barn , > acre , 4th St. . . 1300.00 House at Junction 700.00 Four room house and barn150.00 Loans on Heal Estate Low Rates. T. E , ODldRNE. PARISH We have been BO busy last few days we havn't had time to com plete our list. Here is a few more of 'ein : Granulated Sugar , 20 Ibs $1.00 Soda Crackers , 1 Ib 07 Best Standard Corn , 3 cans. . .2S Bpst Stu'rd Tomatoes , 3 cans .25 Grenada Coffee , 1 Ib 12 Lion and XXXX Coffee , 1 Ib. .10 Santa Glaus , Beat-em-all and Diamond O Soap , 7 for 2i" > Best Starch , Ib 05 Best Corn Starch , 1 Ib 05 Baking Powder , # Ib. can. . .03 G...

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 — 16 May 1902

/ilLLARD GREEN , XflY nt TRI1NSFEIHINE i- Plano MovhiR nJSpcclnlty. Phone 58. O.UU Promptly Answered 0. A. RICHEY , Dray and Transfer Line. Household Goods Movlngln Specialty , Telonhono W , Call * I'rnmiitljr Answered' All Work ( ItmriiMtoixl , MHH. K. A. HITOIICOCII MIHH ANNU'AIIIIKHRY HITCHCOCK & .CARBERRY , DRESSMAKERS , oomg'oTorl Durlaiiil Blatant' Mllllnory Htorn , Agent for Glove Filling Dress System , MRS. H. H. HULL t _ Manicuring , Shampooing , ' Baths. rt' , > . * 4l > _ _ 1)7447. = T Booms ou North jNinth Street T. WILLE , CITY SCAVENGER , I Wntor clouds nml cntnimoU clonmvl hanvo ortlor * nt Hrnasch'n nml ollloo. TELEPHONE LOI. L. L. RG/VIBE / , Practical Plumber and Steam Fitter. Aijoncy for the Myora Force nnc Wind Mill Pumps. Prices Right. Satlufnctlon Guaranteed on all Work First door West of Post Ofllco FOR SALE. Cheap and on oosy tonns. llosidonco corner 'kllth Street and Koonigstoin Avonuo. Now barn. Location aud condition of properly speak [ .for thom...

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 — 23 May 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS JOURNAL , , , , . . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MAY 23. 1002. ' - - in South Africa * * „ , BRITISH SUBMIT u .TUM. London Dally Mall Predicts Its Ac ceptance by Boers Important Dis patches Received From Lord Mllner and General Kitchener. London , May 23. The Dally Chron icle this morning claims authority to say that peace In South Africa Is prac tically assured. This la also the gen eral Impression with the ether news papers and the public , although the former do not go so far as the asser tion published by the Chronicle. It Is understood that Important dis patches were received yesterday from Lord Mllner , the British hli'h com mlssloner In South Africa , and from I > lrd Kitchener , but nothing can bo ascertained as to the nature of the contents of these dispatches. The fact that the cabinet was summoned so quickly after the arrival of the delegates at Pretoria Is regarded as a good augury , as the discussions nt Pretoria could only have commenced Monday. T...

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 — 23 May 1902

THE NOKFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , MAY 23 , 1902 , W. N. 11TJB1C. Publisher. DAILY. Krtn d xropt HnmUy , 11 jr carrier i > er w k , It c ut , llj mull per jonr , K.OO. WKKKIA' NK\VH..1OUIINAI. . Tb Nwt , eitnblliliiiil , 1HM. The Journal , MtftlilliliMl 1811 Xrirj Frldwi Hy rn ll per ymr , > 1M ) , ftaUrod M the I'oitoCtlce nt Norfolk , Neb. , ni teoedelaii matter , T lophcmft ! Editorial Drnnrtmmit , No. S ) HnitnMl Onie * mil Job Rootni , No , SIX. Republican Stnto Convention. The republicans of tlio Plate of NohrniVn nre liprt > lij railed to moot In ronvrntloii , at tlio Andltorlnm , In tlin city of Lincoln , onVotl - netdnr.Jrmali * , 1902 , nt 2 o'clock In thn after noon. ( or IhepnrjHueof plnclnt In noinlnntlon candidate * for tlin following olllcru , to l > o vutml tor Hi the noituonsrnl election , toliolil In tlio Into of Ncurnikn , November 4 , 112 , Tltt One HOTernor , ono lieutenant KOTOinor. one iccrc- tiiry of MM * , one auditor of pnlmc nrrnnntu , 0110 trpniurar ...

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 — 23 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY M. IH02 , Temporary Injunction Put in Force by Judge Grosscup. EVIDENCE AGAINST MEAT MEN 'Affidavits Form the Basis of Allega- , lions Preaented to the United States I | Circuit Court Temporary Writ Is a i I Sweeping One. Chicago , May 21. The temporary Injunction asked for by the govern ment against the members of the so- called packers' combine is now In force. It was Issued last evening by Judge Grosscup after the close of ar guments la the United States circuit iiiu uruur t > ivua luu re lief prayed for In the bill filed by Dis trict Attorney Bethea on May 1. It la BO wide In Us scope that If tt.o pack ers or their agents continuo with their present alleged uniform arrangement they will be taken Into court on con tempt proceedings and the burden of proof will bo on them to show that they have not violated the order in any particular. Little opposition was raised against the government's petition. Attorney John S. Miller , who was the solo rep r...

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 — 23 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NE R : FRIDAY , MAY 23 , 1H02. Jet of Fire From Volcano Sweeps It Out of Existence , * IONT PELEE AGAIN IN ACTION. Fresh Eruption Drives Entire Popula tion In Panic From the Island of Martinique Apprehension Felt for Safety of Troop * . I * London , May 22. A dispatch to the Times from from Fort do Fnmcc , Martinique , Buys that a jot of tire has destroyed the town of Lo Curbot , on the west const of Martinique , and thut apprehension lit felt for the safety of < ho troops who wore detached on a special inlRfilou to this town4 Polnt-a-PHrc , Isliuul of Guadeloupe , Way 22. The steamer Hortcn , with JOO refugees from Fort d Franco , Martinique , and the French steamer .Salvador , having on board 1.000 people ple who wore unahlo to remain at Port do Franco , arrived huro yester- day. The refugees report that every body who can do BO IB leaving Fort , lo Franco. The refugees who have it-ached here hy tlio ships are In n Tillable condition. They nil report that on the nig...

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 — 23 May 1902

TIIK NOKFOLIC NKWS : nUOAY , MAY 2li , 1002 , Frightful Disaster in Fratervillc Colliery in Tennessee , 'IMPRISONED MEN MEET DOOM Rescuers Force Entrance Into Mine and Find Every Soul Within It Dead Disaster Due to Gas Explo sion Many Bodies Recovered. Coal Creek , Tann. , May 20. The worst disaster hi the history of Ten * nessco mining occurred yesterday , when 225 men and boys met instant death at the Fratorvlllo coal mlno , located two miles west of this town , A gas explosion was the cause of the disaster. Out of the largo number of men and . uoyo who went to work yottorday , only one Is allvo and ho IB so badly Injured that he cannot llvo. This man Is William Morgan , lin aged English man , "who " was a road man in the mlno. He was blown out of the en * trance by the force of the explosion. One hundred and so.venty-flvo mln- era were checked In for work by the mlno boss. In addition to these there wore boys who acted as helpers and drivers and road men , and others to the numbe...

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 — 23 May 1902

r THE NORFOLK NEWS : FJUDAY , MAY 28,1902 , The rtorf oik ft Knpthn , quantity considered , is about iv dangerous to Imvo about as volcanoes. Mont Peloois Kill threatening to do BOiuethlng , and the people remaining in I UK vicinily nhow pinna of uneasiness. When PreBident.Palmatold Mr. Bryan that ho preferred homo and a quiet life ho undoubtedly lucked n sympathetic listener. Colonel Bryan ImH at lust invaded Onlm to witness the evacuation of the .American troops and the inauguration of President I'nlmn , Some of the people who were wishing for rniu n few dayniiKO are now wishing that it might stop and give the snn a nhanco. The weather clerk no donbt oonniders them very exacting and dilll- onlt to plcasu. Colorado and Wyoming have recently xperienced a severe snow Btorm and on ider. blo loss of young Btoolc is re ported. The people there uro invited to oomo where there is trammer weather in the Mimmer time , and that place is Ne braska. It is positively disgraceful for the liouso ...

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 — 23 May 1902

TJ1E NORFOLK NBWS : FKIIUY , MAY 21 ! , \ AT THE I ' CURTAIN'S i I FALL | I By HOMER LYNDE | / , lOOi , I fCoju/rfoM S. McClurr. CimrxniM § "Anything on for tonight , Stanley ? " "Not that I know of , Kirch , " answer- cd Harvey Stanley , looking up from IIH ! Hutnple casoH. lie roprm'iitcd lU'inls & Co. In tholr MontbuaKtern territory. " .JiiKt got In last night and haven't had time to Bee anybody yet. " "Well , " exclaimed Kirch , lighting n fresh cigar , "I'd like yonr help , then , for a few hours. There's n gang In from the west , fresh from a meeting of the Implement Dealers' association , uml we've got to entertain them to night. I've orders to do the thing np right ; no limit on the expense account. " "Sure , " mumbled Stanley without re moving his blue pencil from his mouth. "Meet yon at thu I'alac6 hoteJ at din ner. What show ? " "The Alcazar. Pre'lticst btmth of cho rus girls In town , and , If the men want It , we'll get a few of them for the sup per afterward. " "Al...

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 — 23 May 1902

TIIK NORI'OLK. NHWR : Kill DAY , WAY 23,1002 , Candidate for Congress to be Named July 15. CONVENTIONS AT COLUMDUS. Committees Mot In NorfolK Last Night , Called the Conventions nnd Fixed the Apportionment Attend ance Wns Not Large. I'rom TuotilnjV iJnlly , The congreHslonnl couimittooR of tlui fusion parties mol in the jmrlorH of the Pnolllo liotol Inst ovonliiK for tllu P"r' pose of choosing u tluio and plnco for the coming conventions of those parties mill to npportion the roprononta- tlon to snob convontloiiM. The attend- unco was not largo , there being but n dozen democrats and eight itoinillsts present , itullontiiifr tlmt up U ) thin time there in scant Interest in the outcome of the approaching clootion. Up to this tiuio but two candidates for the nomina tion nro in the flold. They are .John 8. Robinson of Madison , the present inoum- bout , nnd U , A. Tawnoy of Pierce The former is n domoornt nnd the hitter clniniH allegiance to the populist party. Neither of thorn were pr...

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 — 23 May 1902

THE NOUFOLTC NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 23 , 1902. SATURDAY SITTINGS , L. 0. Backes waa iu towu yehtcrday from Plcrco. Claude Brown of Leach is in the city visiting fiicnds , J. P. Cooper was a Norfolk visitor yesterday from Madison. E. T. Emou of Stauton was a visitor iu the Sngnr City yesterday. "W. II. Senrle of Neligh transacted tnaiuess in Norfolk yestcrdny. Mrs. L II Craig and daughter of Pierce were in the city today doing Homo shopping. W. M. Qneeu has moved his family to Craig this Btatc , that being more convenient to his territory. O. 0. Bnll has rented the small house on Madison avenue near the electric light station aud will occupy it soon. More showers this morning em phasized the fact that the drouth has no abiding place in this portion of Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs , 0. E , Bnrnham , Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Campbell , M. Atzen and Mies Faie Bnruham were down from Tildon yesterday. Rev. L. W. Scudder of this city will deliver the class sermon to the gradu ates of the Laurel high schoo...

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 — 23 May 1902

' lr TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 23 , 1902. How Civic Committee Will Dis tribute Rewards. CONTRIBUTED BY MERCHANTS. "keepers orFIno Lawns , Flower and Vegetable Gardens "nil Nont Alloys nntl Bnck Yards to bo Encouraged Prizes Worth Having. The committee on olvla bonuty ban nrrangod niul classified tlio prizoa tlmt linvu boon contributed by tlio businessmen mon of the city and hut nnnounood thnt oxaminntioiiH of prumlnoH will bo nmdo on Juno DO and August 20 nnd the prlzoa will bo awarded on Soptomlwr 1 , A boantiful lawn , llowor garden or well planned vegetable garden are worth trying for in thomsolvoH and tliOHO who receive tliOHO prl/.oa will have additional rot urns for tholr otVorta that should In spire all to an nn.'iHual olTort toward im proved residence property. Most of tlio prizes olforod nro worth oonflidorablo work and it should bo the endeavor of all roBidonta of the city to make HO many flno lawns and llowor gardens that the comniittoo would experience HOIIIO dill...

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 — 23 May 1902

NORFOLK NEWS : VIHDAY , MAY 23 , 1002. Tl Lost Sight or "The Light That Failed" Kipling's pathetic tale of the artist who lost his sight , teaches a moral The eyes are the bread winners. Take care of them. Have them examined. Know that they are right. We are eye experts. Satisfaction guaranteed. DR. MARQUARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST , NORFOLK - - NEBRASKA. WE WILL LOAN You MONEY to buy or pay off present loan on long time and small payments. See our list Elkhorn Building & Savings Ass'n T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. A PARISH K FINE GROCERIES. PARISH We Offer Manjr Genuine Bar gains This Week , Several Fine Chamber Suits , Dressers , Book Cases , Sideboards , Leather Rockers and Couches , etc. , at Cost and Less Than Cost. Why not make out a liBt of what you need and come and see ns , it is univers ally conceded that we have the finest stock to pick from in all north Nebraska and it is possible that you con secure just what you want at an exceptionally low figure. We have just received a ...

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 — 23 May 1902

II THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 23 , 1002 , Assailant of White Woman Cremated at Lansing ; , Tex' . PRISONER CONFESSES QUILT Negro Is Taken From Train by a Great Crowd of People , Chained tea a Stake and Publicly Incinerated Husband of Victim Applies Match l.oiiKVlow , Tox. , May 2. ! . A nmn limit , which hivd bum In program Bliico lust Snlunliiyfideil yuntoriluj In the burnliiK nt the HtaUo of Duilloj MorKiin , colored , who iiHsanltod Mrs McKuo , wife of u Toxua Hoctlon fore limn , ut I.iuiBliiB , Tox. When It win learned that the m > K" > hail boon captured turod and wna bolnj ; taken to Limning the oxcltomoiit know no IxiunilH Great crowdH Riitliorod at the Laimlng witch , and arraiiKOinontH wei'u inndc to burn the nogro. Jiwt lioforo 11 o'clock the train bonrliiK the nrlHonui nnil his captors arrlvod In Mnnmtil ! nnd was met by a Rront crowd of pee jilo. Many boarded the twin furthoi down the road and when It arrlvod at every available plueu on It occupied. Waiting ut...

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 — 30 May 1902

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL. , , , . . NORFOLK NEBRASKA FRIDAY MAY IM ) 1002. Futile Attempt to Mouth of Volcano. PHENOMENA NEW TO HISTORY Professor Hill , United States Government - | ment Geologist , Returns From Ex- , plorlng Tour and Gives Result of | His Investigation of Volcano. Fort do France , Island of Martin ique , May 29. A tremendous explo sion of very black smoke from Mont Pelco at 9:15 : a. in. yesterday accentu ated the fear entertained for the safe ty of George Kennan , the American author , who , with a land party has been examining the northern part of the Island. The governor of Mar tinique was at once seen with the object of arranging for a rescue party to proceed by land In connection with the voyage along the coast of the United States cruiser Cincinnati , Ehould such steps appear necessary. At about 11 o'clock Fornnnd Clorc , a wealthy landed proprietor of Mar tinique , arrived here and announced that Mr. Kennan anil his party were cafe on a plantation at ...

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 — 30 May 1902

| , THE N011EOLK NEWS : , FRIDAY , MAY 30 , 1902. fr * W. N , UO81C , .l , ISM , Kr n ilT eicdpt Bnmlnr > "T carrier Her wcok , IS cout * , Hj mull i > er jenr , 14.00 , WK'KKI.V NKWS.JOUHNAL. , 1KM , Tb Juurnn ) , f lUblUhnl 1877 Rruy Friday. Dr mull i > r jr * r , ll.M ) . * t tha rndoOlce nt Norfolk , Nub. , nt cctul cl n natter , nMl K ! ltnrlnl Department , No , nMi OlUct aud Job Roomi , No. 8JI , Republican Stnto Convention. Tim republicans of tlio ilntn of NclirniVn nra liarobr called to nni l In roiiTnntlon , at the Auditorium , In tbn oltr of UiicAIn , ontn \ - oe d v , June IS , 1KC , at 2 o'clock In tlio after , noon , for tlio i > nrxi n of plnelm In mimlnntiim rumlldntfii for tlio follow Inir olllemi , til lie tcitjtl for at tlin nntt ummrnl olocilon , lolinlil It ) tlio tntaof Nobrnikn , Nornmbor 4 , UK ) ! , vlti Ono itovcininr , ona lUutcimnl KOtainor. nno tocro- t ry of tnto , one auditor of imlillo nccimiilc , oua trnainrer , one uverlntonil | nl nf tmb...

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 — 30 May 1902

TIIK NORFOLK NEWS : FRUDAY , MAY M. UM)2. Sidewalk Collapses and Spec tators Fall in a Heap. ONE MAN IS INSTANTLY KILLED ' Some of the Injured Ones May Die. Accident Occurs at New York Our- [ -Ing , Mll.ltary Parade In Honor of ihe French Envoys. New York. Mny 28. Elvln L. Coo- lldgo , circulation manager of the Now York Commercial , was almost Instant ly killed and about 100 others Injured last evening by the breaking down of a .temporary sidewalk at Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. Some of those injured may die. Those , who fell wore part of the crow'd gathered to watch the parade of militia tn"honor of the visit of the French-llocha'mbeau conr mission to , thls city. .Two hundred persons were on the sldoWalk when It gave away. They Avc.ro precipitated 20 feet Into an ex cavation for a new building and fell on piles of building material. Seriously Injured : George Esslng , Detective James J. Kelly. Patrolman M. J. McManus , Charles Werner. The accident occurred Just as the head...

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 — 30 May 1902

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , MAY 30 , ] 902. Slayer of William Grow Hanged at Paris , Mo , BRIDGE 13 USED A3 A GAI.LOWS Lynchera Attack Jail and Are Held at Bny by Sheriff , but Later Secure Tticl'r Man , Abe WItherup , by n and String Him Up. Purls , Mo. , Mny 20. Abe \Vltliornp , tvhlto , tlio murderer \Vllllnni Grow , who \VIIH killed hut nioutliVIIH taken from the 1'nrlB jiill nt 2 u. in. , marched to the bridge on the north edge of tlio town niul hanged by n mob of more tlmn 100 men , who rode quietly Into town ut midnight. The mob went ut oneo to the Jull , hut were hold back for more than an hour by Sheriff JnmoHV. . Chirk < uid DeputiWi Martin ClnrU and 1'cilUo Mantel nun , trtoo Htooil before the cntranco to the Jail stock- mod to shoot the first man who at tempted to force an entrance. The mob remained In front of the Jail for nearly two hourH , parleying with the ofilcoiH , nnally marching nway. The officers loninlni'd ' on Kiiard , but believed that the mob bad tllHban...

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 — 30 May 1902

I T.HK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , MAY 80 , 1002 , f .British Optimism Over Peace I Not Warranted by Facts. iREAL ISSUES NOT YET DECIDEI Boer Delegates Not Satisfied Wltl Terms London Press Still Certali of Amicable Settlement of Lon Strife Cabinet to Meet. I Pretoria , May 27. The prevalcnc 'throughout South Africa of an optimist .lc feeling regarding the peace negotlc tlons Is hardly based on solid factt The protraction of the conference a iVereonlglng Is not necessarily i favorable sign. The delegates to th conference , although they have abar doned their hopes of securing Independence pondence , still have many points o difference with the government , whll an obstinate minority still regards th resumption of hostilities as the bes outcome of the present situation , am at any moment the points of dlffcrenc may be accentuated Into a refusal t continue the negotiations. It Is mos unlikely that those who are In favo of peace will throw up the sponge BI long as a decent minority Is desl...

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