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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 February 1899

BOBERT I HIKES Pastofllco address Cody Nebraska. ti Jlrautlcd on left side ; horses same luftshoul flange on Snake .south of Codv. ALONZO HEATH Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska ) n left side ; horses leftshouidei Range north of Cutcomlt ill S A TVINSLOW Pestofflc address Cody , Nebraska Ersnrlprt < > n cither idnLorscs ; sum t on left nhouldcr . north Range-3-mi. - east of Eli and south of Niobrara river , 13- mi soutlnvestof Cody A 0 RIEMENSCHNE1DEU Postofflce nddrcss Codv. Nebraska On rich t side : aleX on right shoulder and 2 ' > " Jwft ' * onleltl'inalsoIJon Range-Old Ranch on Niobr.ira A D COLE Postoffire address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side and shoulder. Range eastaudSouth- and \vcst of Cody CHAS. E ROBERTS Postofilce address Cody , Nebraska On either side ; so'iie II K K ; some I * " i'j * i * > Ran , o J.orlh west of Cody FRANK J. JONES Postoffico address Cody.NobraFka On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Range , eight miles west of Co...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 February 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMATT. ress Pine Ridge. S. I ) Onsitlcand bin horses came shoulder Range Dear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postoffice address Albany , Neb On right iJdo : hors es loft shoulder Range lie id o nhi ir Water % > FRANK SALWAY , JP. . Postofflce address < _ _ . ! * ' ' ) 1'lbob'sS Aon cu left hip : IKf top circle. I - S S 2. on left * - ' ] : < : l3aa a lt.u pj3 jon tjysqa on left suv Horses * 1' 't l.ip ge--Cv > iii Creole TU'lLES RICHARD , SU. Posiofllce address SS s Porcupine * . S. I ) , On Toft sidchorfc ; > | 5 | same witho-tt bar , on left shoulicr. v , . , Uangc Poicupinc &Ls rSj ) ! tliut * CHARLES CUNY. Manderso.i S. r. Oa left side Also c . d ar fti-ound bnr'i iilps like a brcp'h.ng har ness. HOI s - .is cut onlefLth hunter brand rjii _ ' t o\er the T XRY JONES Postoilice address r n , S. 1) . W On left side j ( ' . / " E . % ! Horses same on left shoulder i&a Wb 8nce- AYouuded - ? $ , . ifRi Knco Creek. & . ( * Vg ' SfcVl.r 7r0 : iJ-j - . - ....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 February 1899

WAITING. has slipped his tclhor ' /A nil galloped down the we/st. [ Oh. It's weary , weary waiting , love. ) The Kttle bird is sleeping / In the < -oftiiPss of it : , nest. Slight follcnvs day , day follows dawn And so the time lias come and goirt ; ; . AIM ! it's weary , weary waiting , love. wind is rising | Wh'i a whistle and a wail , fAnd it's Wt-nry , weary waiting , love. ) My i-vrs arc seaward straining For the "Mjmiiig of a sail ; But toid the sea. and void the boacli Far suid beyond whore gaze can reach ! 1H And iV weary , weary waiting. love. I heard the Jiell buoy ringing * How long ago il sei-uss ! j Arid it's weary , weni-y waiting , love. ) And e' c-r atill , its knelling Cri ! iw. in upon my dreams. The I'.inns were read , my frock was sewn. then two seasons' winds have Mown And it's weary , weary wailing , love. fl'hc jstrvtdiw ? of the ocean Arc hare and bleak to-day. ( Oh. ils's weary , weary waiting love. ) MyW'S arc growing dimmer A4if t ! . or age. or spray ?...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 February 1899

C A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signattiro of whentas far us the eye could reach on either side what you rnightcji'.laseaof wheat" - was wlAit a lecturer , s peliking of Western Canada , said wh'lc refer ring to that country. " For particulars "as to routes , railway fan's , etc. . apply to N. Hartholo- mew. SOS 5f , s p-n , les Moines , Iowa , Agent for Ihe Goyprnni-Mi of Canada. "I liavo been troubled a great deal willi a torpid liver , which produces constipa tion. I fouii'l PASC AKETS to bo all you claim rorthem.aml secured such relief the llrst trial , that I purchased another supnly and was com pletely cured I shall only be too Klad to rec ommend Oasoarets whenever the opportunity Is presented " j. A , SMITH. 2020 Susquehanna Ave. , Philadelphia , Pa. CANDY CATHARTIC TRADE MARK REOISTErJEO Pleasant , Palatable. Potent , Taste Good. Do Good , Never HfUen. Weaken , or Gripe. lOc , 25c , Cc. . . . CURE CONSTIPATION. . . . Sterling Remedy Co...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 2 February 1899

( NEBRASKA CONGRESS 'DAILY REPORT OF WHAT IS BEING - - ING DONE. "pleasures of More or L/ess Import ance Are Being Introduced at the Present Session of the Legislature Gist of the Business. Tuesday , Jan. 24. Seventh ballot for senator stood : Allen . 58 Hay ward . 43 'Webster ' . 30 Thompson . 7 ( Scattering . It ) A petition was presented in the house by Sieckc of Cuming this morning asking that some measure be taken to remove the dam from the Elkhorn River below Wisner , or to compel the construction of a fishway. .This petition was followed by another one. iiminorously signed , asking for a law that would compel the owners or builders of all -dams to running streams to construct fish- wayA petition was presented by Young of Cass asking for the passage of a law prohibiting - hibiting the discharge of firearms along .public highways. Mr. Young also pre sented a petition signed by a number of Cass County people , asking for a law making the minimum sentence for ernbexzlcmentatone y...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

J J NEWS-DEMOCRAT Tsreiars VOLUME xiv. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 9 , 1899. NUMBER 3. IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUM MARY DOES. FI&HTING AT MANILA EVERYTHING FAVORABLE TO AMERICAN ARMS. Insurgents Driven Beyond the Lines formerly Occupied by Them Fil ipinos' .Loss Great , "While Ours Is Comparatively Small. Filipinos and Americans Clash. The long expected rupture between the Americans and the Filipinos has come at The former are now engaged in solv- ie Filipino problem with the utmost expedition possible. The clash came at B:40 .Saturday evening when three daring Filipinos darted past the Nebraska regi-- meni's pickets at Santa Mesa , but retired ; when challenged. They repeated the ex- periir.ont without drawing the sentries' fire. But the third time Corporal Grei-lfv challenged the Filipinos and Ihon fired , killing one of them and wounding another. Almost im mediately afterward the Filipinos' line From Caloocan to Santa Mesa , commenced a fusillade which was ineffectual. The Ne bra...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

ALGER IS TO BLAME. Naturally enough , Secretary of War Alger is very angry at the President's fletermiuation to courtmartial General Eagan. Of course , Algor would prefer a court of inquiry , because in a court nf inquiry all sorts of side issues could be dragged in. It is alleged that Alger is so very angry over the President's move that he has threatened to resign. But he won't resign. No such good luck as that for the nation need be hoped for. Alger may die , but he will never resign. That is to say. lie will never give up his position as Secretary of War of his own volition. Of course , his blunders and his vcnal- ily may force the President to ask Alger to re-sign , and under coercion this incompetent millionaire may leave the Cabinet , but that is not likel } ' to be the case. Alger has proved useful to the adminislration. lie. is a shrewd wire puller , an experienced and unscrupu lous politician , and all through his term of olHee has served the Republican party faithfully , ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY. Great Lincoln died a martyr , with a bullet in hiH brain ; The good he wrought for Freedom's cause wiped out a damning stain ; IMIghty hosts in armed rebellion bad yielded on the Held , ' iAftcr four years * valiant fighting for the J' blot upon their shield. The manacles of slavery were forever cast away , 'And four million former chattels were re- , jolclng on that day ; * Thc cruel war was over ; there was happi ness at baud , "When a dastard shot a pistol that resounded through the land. ITour hundred thousand loyal lives were sacrificed in strife , To give the starry banner a triumphant lenso of life ; Tl\esoldier boys were coming home , glad that the fray was o'er , , loud paens to the victors , Spring's 'fragrant zephyrs bore ; When the ruler of this nation , the grandest man of all. Was railed from his high station to repose beneath a pall : The gloom that then spread o'er the land caused grief most hard to bear. And In lhr > loss each family were cons...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

f" WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcffice address Pine RMge , S. D. On side and hip Horsee on right slioulder Z ' RiuigeVoll Crude ALBERT LAMB. rostofflce address . Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip same as cattle on left vhoultlcr Rauge Bear Creek ( I WILLIAM PROVOST. Postoffice address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder Range Head of Stinkiug Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. . rostofflce address Allen , S. D. As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle FS on left aide ; also on left side Horses M left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postoffice address Porcupine , S. D. On left sideIiorscs same without bar. on left shoulder. i Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Posfofnce address Manderson S.D. On left side Also clear around both hips like a breeching har ness , uors s as cut on left thigh : counter brand/ ; ; right o\er the T HENRY JONES. Postolllce address Mandersou , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Rnngo Wounded Knee Creek...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

FLATO COMMISSION COMPAN LIVE STOCK S LLSM : AND BROKE S Cnpiint 9iC3GtiO.GO F. W. FLATO. .lit , lvirpm. | . Kn IF Ilism / PAUL FKATO. Vice Pn-suient. JIM > HORN \ ( attp ! -l-n' ! J. 0 DAULMAN. Jvicretary. E.V CAIIOW. flog Salesma5 JOHN D SKITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep ED II HIED , JOHN F. CLARY , Cashiei SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500.000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS { { TOOK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLEB , Proprietor. * LODGING FOR STOCKMEN NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' v 262 H SKBEr. South Omaha. Thre * Doors From C rncr RATES : $1.00 to * 1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 85.00 to 67.00 Per tt e k. R ED HOTEL. MRS. .JOHN H.KD.Proprielress. . STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECHLLY SOLICITED. ' 5tl i. B Irand ' M Streets. Si ath. Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. ft domon-traU'd in the pant that Stands at top as a market for Ranga Feeders Yon CHI s ti.- < fvouiNHlf as to thf jnnli of that cttiirernfiit l > y corapu...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

BARGAINS IN 49 UNDERWEAR tote tote tote tote , 49 to II 49 49 AND tote 49 toTe 49 49 BLANKETS 49 49 To make room for Spring Goods * w to 49 49 49 40 Dozen Ladies' Fleeced Cotton Ribbed 49 -30o 49 Vouts and Pants that sold at 40c now at - ' 30 Dozen Wool Fleeced Ribbed Vets and 57oE ! < Pants that sold at 75 cents now 50 Dozen Gents Cotton Merino Shirts and 30c Drawers that sold for 40 cents now ovto 49 49 tote 49 Also a number of those 49 to tote 49 to 49 49 T tote 49 to At way down figures tote tote to tote 49 tote 49 tote 49 49 ED . tote to.to tote .toto 49 to 49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA tote 49 ' 1 Dealers in ! Bic-tu e cmb eFi ti/nc cm Main Street , First Door North of Stetler's R.O.R. JACKSON DENTIST Ofioc over T. C. Hornby's store Stairway on A'est side Operations as nearly painless as possible. J. S. ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work ixecuted with promptness and accuracy Office at Estabrook IlonsR on Cherry St. VALENTINE , N It- ii 0. W.MOREI | THE VALENTINE WATCH x MAKER AND J...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

I'lllllnuii ve ! ' h < n Y i o. r ran < : on Iclt ide XIH. thluh Knrmark , sq.inr * ITOJ right fur "southern bramlei ( % 'iltlc have but 0111 "half < lliinoiiil K ' 01 Iff ! ldc NiitlVe cattle 1)HV . , , , I lii oat wattle Kaiue on Gordon and Snake Creeks Hones have same brand ( in If ft thigh A Itcwai- of $250 will be paid to an > pernon for information leading to the arrest and anal conviction of any person or persons steal cattle with above nratid I * S IIOUSCIIK Postofflce address A Brownler , Ni b On left Hide or any part of animal. Kur- mark right ear out off ; horxcs 'iranded same on left hip Also has stock branded H auxldr or shoulder , rJK orVorO \ I. orO or FZ. Also the following , tn - rst on on side ana hip I'Z' t Lh uui'i ' : I.JiK on i nocti 2 to GEO TIIOGINS Pestofflro Hrownlee , Branded on left ide : some H l''ft sloe and thi li lian an on left tMfjh Range l uc-k Lake K SMITH Toitofflce * \ mtman , N On le t > u1e ; ItorbCA same on left shoulder ui lef...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

DOBEHT I HI2iK5 addrew Cady. Nebraska on loft side ; harecs g&oie left ghoul mango OBI SBI ! south AL WIO HEATH Piitoffice addres * Cody , Nebraska n left side ; horses lefthhouidei Enngo north Cutcotub Lafce S A WIKSLOW Cody , Nebraska Branded oh cither Sid ; boi firs sum on left shoulder &ftnso-3-ml. north. east ot Ell and south of Miol-rarariTer. 13- ml loutli went of Cody A C 'PostofQca ' address On right side jalso : on rUrht ahoulde - on left hiu also 3 ! 3Poo { - Pee Ranch on Niobrar COLIC itdy. in ish Sanu-ason out ' * ! ! ide and -honlder Kxnge cant and xonth- snd w : * t of Cody B EGBERTS Postofllco address Cody. Nebraski On ett > er .side so-ne K E K ; ionn K 1C 11 Uaii o northwest o * ody FRANK J. JONES address Cody.Nebras'ka On right side ; bin. so s.anio on lef I chonldcr Kanjc. eiRht miles of 0 dy CHAKLE3 GART3IDE Postoflice address iit.c ! > ran li d i > H side ; also ( ' ( > left hip of tatil ind left shoulder o ior-es Ranire orrMobror 10 mi sout...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

"W. D McGAA Creston , S. D. Left or cither side of cattlealso VJelt sideoi neck. Swal low fork rhiht car , imdorbit left ; right ear nubbed off : i n. dorbit l f : ir Some on left jaw and home wattle left jaw Othi-r brands left any part u animal , ; ft siJtior any part of animal , > \n \ branded the folloxung , lelt I- Also some catle bearing the follow- 'iiiKr brandsvK'lt ' ck : X i Inch m left iiorse brands shoul lows dcr lull II 1C ii d. ICILulp or thigh thigh thigh , ortnlgh , hip. Anyone selling horses or. cattle hearing the above brands will be prosecuted. Information regard ing th.-ft liberally rewarded. Hange-at uurney Brings and Cottonwood. HJCRBERT O. BI5ONETTE. MANAGER. J Postoffico address Pine Ridge. S. I ) . Cattl" branded as on 'iit. IIOK on left side ; some U eitherside : Koine on left side ; some older stock , , any whereon animal. Horses E Ken Some on left hip Range Rpi miles nonli- anvwhere on * en - ri"llt pirli1 east of Pine nidge , m Shannon Co JOHN OIIOST B...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

. . i L J T i r "i T ' \ 'g-VA ' - ? / * & . * -ft. . ' ' ' * - H m ffi * fl * r * f f r + * -w. " * \ViT. * Good IVnKoii Jack. A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer that.Uie . trouble Avith many wagon-jacks' ( hat they are inclined to T'p toAvard < he end of the lever , if tin- ground is a little soft or uneven. Au- Tlorfnnit ] is that it takes the gruricr part of a man's Aveight to raise a h.-avy Avagon because the lever is inntc too short. In this Avagou-jack 1hiA'or l is made long. It projects a beyond the bolt. Avhich is the ful- cr r , at I. The adA'antage of this is th : the iQver does not have to be rV - 1 or loAvered all , for the front and i hi : i axle. The base , E. comes Avell s ou4 beyond the end of the lever , A , so ihf-re.is no tipping oA'cr the end of With tins Avagon-jack one can ii AVAGOX-JACK. 'lift ' a tou and a half ; can take off a vvhoel with a big load on the wagon. It requires no blacksmith work to make it. The only iron about it is a 'bol ; ni I , a b...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

Your heart beats over one hun dred thousand times each day. One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain. Which is it ? IF bad , impure blood , then your brain aches. You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep. You are as tired in the morning as at night. You have no nerve power. Your food does you but little good. Stimulants , tonics , headache powders , cannot cure you ; but will. It makes the liver , kidneys , skin and bowels perform their proper work. .It removes all im purities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its life- giving properties. To Hasten You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayer's pills each night. They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness. Wrffa So out * Socfora * "We liave the exclusive senrlcej of some of the most eminent phvslciana in the United States. Write freely all the particulars in vourcase. Address. Dll. J. C. AYER. Lowell , Mass. A Natural Black is Produced by the 50 ct...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 February 1899

( NEBRASKA CONGEES ? { 'DAILY REPORT OF WHAT IS BE ING DONE. QMcamircs of Mow * or Less Import ncc Arc Boin Introduced Jit tlr PrcKcut Session of the Girt of tic .Business. Tuesday , .Tan. ttl. Tw < : ifth ballot for senator .stood : M I I t I * * * * * * ' Ha y.vard . ' . > 'WeK-ler . 1 Scattering . 2 ' The .Judiciary Committee this morninj reported II. Ii. 88. 114. 4 , 57. 93 , 90 , GO , 7 and 5.r > , for passage , and indefinitely post jioned II. K. 72 and 27. The Committee 01 ] foa ! and Bridges reported II. R. JJ8 fo andflinite postponement. A 11 these report \ venadopted. . McGinlcy of Otoe offered ; : re.-.oiulion on the maximum freight rat law with instructions to the State Moard o Transportation , and moved its adoption Aft-r .some debate the motion to refer to ; j > p'-c- : l committee was defeated , a : also v/as one to refer to the Railroac Committee. and the roll was called on tin .adaption , the vote resulting in 45 yeas am f0 nays. Another resolution toasc...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 February 1899

, ' - " . * . . , * . * VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , FEBRUARY 16 , 1899. NUMBER 4. OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK , SETESTEEN MISSIStt ALL PERISHED IN FIRiAT YANK- TON INSANE ASYLUM. l > etachcd Cottage Had Fifty-Two Inmates When the Flames Broke Out Thermometer Registered 23 Beloiv TYhen Inmates Turned Out. Fatal Fire at Yanktoii. At 2 o'clock Sunday morning with the thermometer registering 23 degrees below zsro , a fire fatal in its effects broke out in one of thcco"tag2i of Ihe South Dakota S ale Inf e Asylum at Yanktoii , resulting in one of the most horrifying catastrophes in the history of the State , seventeen people being burned to a coal. following is the list of missing : Augusta Uoerse , Lake County. .Julia Erickson. Meade County. Ella Lokkan. Codington County. Margaret Lynch. Union County. Josina Olson. H : mlin County. Martenia Tennison , Pennington County. Elizabeth Stolphe , Davison County. Mrs. Kampani , Brown County. Maggie Fljnn , Hamlin County. Lucina Gos...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 February 1899

CAN WIN 1900. Jones , Chairman of Ihe National Committee , has / ' . folicvviiig statement in reply to KSfty iaquirles that have come to the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee : The claim.of the Kepubiican papers that the Senate fs already irrevocably against Bilver , an < l will so stand until lOOo at the earliest , is like many of their extreme claims , in my opinion , not well founded. Upon the passage of what is known as the Teller resolution of .Ian. 28 , 1S9S , which declared that the bonds of the Govern ment are payable , ' 'principal and interest in silver dollars , coins of the United { states , containing 412 . grains of stand ard silver , " and that "to restore to its coinage such silver coins as a legal tender in the payment of such bonds , principal and interest , is not in violation of the pub lic faith , nor in derogation of the rights of the public creditors , ' ' there was a majortiy of fifteen votes in the Senate in its favor. This may be reasonab...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 February 1899

LIFE. 'A crust of broad and a corner to sloop in , 'A minute to smile and an hour to weep in , A pint of joy to a peck of trouble , And never to laugh but the moans come double ; And that in life ! A crust and a corner that love makes ' precious , .With the smile to warm and the tear to refresh us ; And joys seem sweeter when cares come after ; And a moan is the finest of oils for laugh ter ; And that is life ! THE WRONG GAUD. attorney was in : i reflective THE , ns hewalked from the of- lice to his home. The afternoon 'Jia < l developed business of grealf im portance , which would take Tffni a thousand miles away during thy next -six months. The lawyer , however , was an love , aid : dreaded to leave the field free to his 111:1113' rivals. As he walked along , he pictured him- elf in a certain pretty home uptown , laying his love and lucre at the feet of -n charming woman , who , long ago , had come to be au essential part of his ex istence. While ho was thinking over the situ a...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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