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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 3 November 1898

a If R i Fh i K IH fi W J r I if 7 r SlW9j i V 3 j M JjsA ia r I J uv stock sif gwg IJCTg lT aw i n a I s w w wim itMVrj 1897 612803 lilt SaOMAHAl 1594038 AVERAGE DAtLV RECEIPTS 53QO HOG S - 2750 CATTLE 2000 SHSLt DAtLYSUVUfHTPRiNO CAPACITY I750O I0 0O0 000 PAJLY CAPACITY US YARDS 25 OOP i 20OQO BiTT -- hv l -- TM IL -- - t -- -- u - X WOOD BEOTHERS LIVE STOCK AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA AND CHICAGO Walter E Wood Cattle Salesman IIenky C Lefl er Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTS FREE OF EXPENSE Write to us Write to us MALLORY SON ZIMMERMAN GO INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED 1862 3HICAC0 ILL SIOUX CITY IA ST JOSEPH MO SO ST PAULSMINN LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERC ANTS AND 134 80JTH nHA MUm JOHN L CARSOX Financial Manager D B OLNEY Cattle Salesman J M COOK Hog Salesman 1 A MoINTYltK Hog Salesman C A CALDWELL Cashier COX JONES COX LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOOTH OMAHA NEBRASKA lEooni 108 Exchange Itltlff UNION STOCK YAEDS NATIONAL BANE References Telphone 141 PACKERS NATION A ...

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 — 3 November 1898

It Costs No More vs become the possessor of a h2v 2fAO reliable M0 Qoak than it does one of those til fitting nd cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded BH up to Hi 5000 rPi Office over T Stairway Label inside the collar it a guar antee of correct tyle perfect fit and superior finuh an assurance that yonra buying the best thats made a Cloak that graces and beautifies the figure as ne ether garment can Our reputation for dandling the best of everything is emphatically rsf tent A in our Clcafc Department Examine our Goods And you wilt become our customer QUALITY FIT and PRICE Are the features upon which we rely for business THE PED FRONT QRCVRJAOKSON DENTIST c 9 on west side Operations as nearly possible Hornbys store painless as A M MO RKISSEY ATTORNEY AT LAW VALENTINE NEB 0 W MORBY WATOHMAKEB - AffD - JEWELER Fine line of plain and fancy juw elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner i Full iine of sporting goods Geo Elliott A sto...

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 — 3 November 1898

P MteSKBBtxiSSatti p n w V f Y rv n Li j r BBS Postofflcc nd dress Middle Loup river and Buffalo Iake Wfm tW reversed fc son lilock Range Stever and Stenhenson Lakes and South USg -- CHAMBERLAIN CO ffc3fojSgyyi loHtofilce address Rrownlec Neb Branded on either side same as on cut also both jaws P S ROUSCHE Postoffice address a j Brownlee NMSSs in inir fiiii ar f t - mark right car cut off horses branded same on left hip Also has stock branded II on side or shoulder or JKor WorO VI oro or FZ Also fEsieaSoi gsi Branded on left side some H Hlb side and an onleftthieh Range Duck Lake On S7 EfSg hi hor ses right shoulaer Range seven miles north of Hyannis SWEENEY BROS Postoffice addross Pullman Neb rattt hrandnd is on cut horses branded same as cattle eceit the following the first on being on side and hip m LEE AND SON3 S58fl tv Bg3 G10 HIGGINS Brownlee Neb Posiofflcs addr es Brownleo Neb Ou rljrht side cs LIS on same side also LEE on lef side Kango north v rownlee 2 to 4 miles jgOSSlFil...

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 — 3 November 1898

ROBKRT I IIINES stoflke address Cody Nebraska ttrni l on left sldo hirtch tfinie eft shoitl dr tUllgeO 4 if llCSOlltll of Codr ALONZO HEATH 7cstofflee address Codr Nebniska Rt i ndod on either sido horses sain m left shoulder Range -3-mi north east of Eli and south of Niobnu a river JT nti sout Invest of Cody A C KIEMENSCIINKlDEi Jostollleo address JOHN Postofike address Cody Nebraska On left side Also ni leftside A I COLE Codv Nehraska Same as on cut left side and shoulder - IfHiige east and siith nd west of Cody CHAS- m Horses J S on lft shoulder Range betueon Cod and Like Creek J P J u E jt fc FRANK J PoslolTiee address CodyNebraFka Oil riht side hor ses same on left shoulder Range eight nuRs f y west of Cody v CIIAKLES k 01BVkiikflMBj fxjjjy FRA7CK r BJB r Ks TR OO Horses like cut n left itilicl G orialionliler i ijrj -a - v yfc rofeM JJE J stofflcc address Cody Nebraska j On loft side horses teftshoulder m Range north of S A WINSLOW Chic int Lake tI n 0 rostotfiee ndibess Codv ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 3 November 1898

V j r I s v IMMBiHHMBnB T K2 1 jcfiKfgST s VTULIAM A ALLMAN Po3tof71fA niilrp ALBERT LAMB Postofllce addrrss Allen S D Cattle samo as on cut horses on left hip same as cattle ou lelt 6houltlcr Range Bear Creek VWMaOT ttf2 Postofllce address Allen S Dt A on cut also S S left Inn hiir top circle FS FJ on lelt blue i also p on left side E H Horses m crtlnp reek nENRY JONES tJOHN GRAHAM Postcfllce address Pine Ridge S D On side and hip Horses VZJ on rieht Ik shoulder FRANK SALWAY JR 53 rostoffice address 1 PostofTice address Pine Ridge S D On leftside horses same left shoulder Range White river On left side fi iiorses same on nip itange Pass Creek ELNORE LITTLE CniEF WILLIAM WALKS ON THE GROUND cLiry PostofTice address Porcupine S D Left shoulder or siae Horses same on shoulder Range Wounded Knee PRETTY HIP JR Postofflce address Porcupine S D Left side and hip Horses same on shoulder Range rorcupine Creek flriiffWiiiimr aTTTffr GEORGE WHITE FACE PostofTice address Postofflce address All...

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 — 3 November 1898

fcgffigh KHMnUMt2Etlftl5S8SQtfyg i - OLD FOLK ill I dont h sorrowful darling -And dont be sorrowful pray Taking the year together iny dear There isnt more night than day Tis rainy weather my darling Times wares they heavily run But taking the year together my dear There arent more clouds than sun We are old folks now my darling Our heads are growing gray find taking the year together my dear You will always Gnd the May We have had one May my darling And our roses long ago And the time of the year is coming my dear For the silent night and snow And God is God my darling Of night as well as day And we feci and know that we can go Wherever He leads the way Aye God of the night my darling Of the night of death so grim The gate that leads out of life good wife Is the gate that leads to Him AN AIMLESS LIFE A NDREW FRENCH was one of those mortals who are so un fortunate as not to be dependent upon their own efforts for support Having graduated at college lie passed two years abroad and ret...

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 — 3 November 1898

rjr Vj h b y IV if p en T J i VJT r Y r i T K H V B rv Most Curious of Planie Tcrbaps the most curtous fad pur sued by the wealthy land owners of England is the training of various vines and shrubs to represent human figures and pieces of household furniture like chairs and tables In one case a large brush had been pruned and trained until it assumed the shape of a round table laden with spirit decanters and -wine glasses perfect in every detail A famous group of shrub people are the Siamese twins and the Princess of IWales Thousands of people have gone to the estate wherethcse unique shrubs are planted aud paid an admis sion to see them at close range Working Elephanis In India elephants over twelve and up to forty five years of age are deem-ed-best to purchase and will generally work well until they arc eighty years old Its Your Own Fault now long have you had lame back Its your own fault St Jacobs Oil would have cured it promptly and will cure it now no matter how long it has rem...

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 — 3 November 1898

i i ARE ORDERED TO ACT 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO AMERICAN PEACE COMMISSIONERS United State Positively Declines to Tolerate Any More Jockeying Span iards 3Iii3t Hurry Out of Cuba and Pay Cuban Debt Debate to Stop Spanish sovereignty in Cuba must end forever with the advent of the new year and all Spanish soldiers must be out of the island by Jan 3 according to an ultima tum that was cabled to Madrid Tuesday All of the Spanish troops that remain in Cuba after the date named will be subject to the regulation of the American army This question and several others of equal importance were finally decided at an informal cabinet meeting which was attended by President McKinley Secre taries Jnng Alger and Hay and Attorney General- Griggs which was followed by the dispatch of warm messages to Madrid and Paris The United States will take possession of Cuba on Dec 3 and will assume con trol of the custom houses and direct the civil government Gen Blanco will cease to be chief of the island and must bus...

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 — 10 November 1898

NEWtocK > tocK Journal. YQLIDIE XIII. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , NOVEMBER 10. NUMBER 4'2 , LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND. MRE DI THE CAPITOL IRREPARABLE DAMAGE DONETO OLD DOCUMENTS Explosion and a Resultant Fire Wreck the Supreme Court Quar ters and Rooms Adjoining on the Main Ploor Other Items. Old Records Lost. An explosion and fire at 5:15 o'clock ) Sunday afternoon wrecked the supreme' ' court room and the rooms immediately ad joining it on the main floor of the capitol in Washington. The damage is enormous. The entire central eastern part of the T great marble pile , from the main floor to the subterranean basement , practically is a mass of ruins. Fire followed the ex plosion so quickly as to seem simultaneous with it. The explosion occurred in a small room tightly enclosed by heavy stone walls in the .subterranean basement im mediately below the main entrance to the old capitol building. In this room was a 500-light gas meter , which was fed by a 4-inch main. Very little gas is ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 10 November 1898

TOPICS OF THE TIMES A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTEF ESTING ITEMS. Contincntn and CriticioKia I'aocd Upo the Happenings of the Day Hi * toricul uml Ncwa Notca. And yet it can lianlly ! > P elaimc that the dervish is really : i hoAviir success. Yu LI Is the rather unpleasantly sii ; Bcstivc name of Li Hung Chang's su ccssor. Still , we hardly believe that invcntio 'of artificial eggs will lay out the ol < fashioned hen. It's not so very strange after all thr the Khalifa's goose should be cookc by a Kitchener. "While foot-bailers wear long hair it really not essential to the game b < 1X2use it has no part in it. Wcyler may not deserve to be hange with his own sash , but he ought to b hauled up by the authorities. That Texas man who had his pip burled with him must have felt prett ; sure hevas going to smoke in the nex world. A window glass trust has now beei formed. Still it doesift require as flea a proof as this for these things to b seen through. Very likely instead of one of t...

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 — 10 November 1898

WN INFAMOUS MEASURE. The Overstroct - McCleary currency 'bill , now pending in Congress , which ? s , by the way , the result of the Indianapolis - . olis Monetary Commission's several sessions , ff ennftled into law ( as it sure- Jy will be \ ( ( lie McKinley adminislra- tilon is given encouragement by this .year's elections ) , would create a set of - -condition- ) this country that would .almost justify revolution. It would : 3. He-tin * $ . ' { 16,000,000 of greenbacks. ' _ ' . Stop coinage of silver dollars. : : . Make $ r 00,000,000 of silver redeemable - deemable in gold. 1. Make debt contracts , public and private , 7)iyible in gold. it. .Turn over to banks all power to issue paper currency. ( ! . Secure bank currency by assets only. 7. Leave depositors without prolec- . tion. S. Enable banks to contract or ex pand their currency at will. ! X Create a bank monopoly. 10. Leav < > honest banks at the mercy of dishonest ones. 31. Make legitimate banking hazar- dotts. r 12...

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 — 10 November 1898

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcffire rsddrc Pine Ridge , S. On side and hit ) Horses on right shoulder ALBERT LAMB. Postofflcc addrpss Allen. S. I ) . Cattle saino as on cut ; liorses on left hip eame us cattle 011 left shoulder Range Hear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postoffice addrcs Albany , Ni On right.side ; ho es left shoulder Range Heud Stinking V.'ater FRANK SALWAY , JR. Postofficc address Allen , S. D. As on cut ; also S.S Jell hip ; half top circle FS on left Side ; also on left side Horses M left hip -Corn ( 'reck iiaugcCorn CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Poslofflce address Porcupine , S. J On left sidehors same without ba on left shoulder. Range Porcupii Dl trlcU CHARLES CUNY. > ofBce address Jlauderson S. On left side Also clear Around both hips like a. breeching har ness , i tore's as cut on left t high : conntcr brand cc light o\cr the T HENRY JONES M nd ou. S. E Horses same on lei shoulder Rnnge Woundei Knee Creek. CIIAS TWISS. Postofficp address Manderson , S. On left side Horses .tej...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 10 November 1898

E DAILY RECEiPIVS 53 OO 2.750 CArTlI.ICOCSH ] St-W 'SMNC- CAPACITY .rOO l OOQ - - 6'C.Q ! - ' U-S.VAfc.OS -WOOD BROTHERS LIVE STOCK AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA AND CHICAGO. WALTER E. WOOD , Cattle Salesman. HEXUY C. LEFLBK. Hog Salesman WE FURNISH MARKET REPORTSiFREESOF EXPENSE. Write to us. (0) ) Write to us. Jr S 6 D \J > < t > INCORPORATtD , ESTABLISHED 1862. 3HICACOILL. . SIOUX CITY. IA. ST. JOSEPH , MO. SO. ST. PAUL , MINN. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION 'ROOMS ' 130f ExcHAcE BUILDIKG SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA JOHN L. CARSON' . Financial .Manager. D. R. OLNKY , Uattlo Salesman. J. M. COOlv. Hog Salesman. .1. A. McINTYRK , Hog Sulcsman. C. A. CAM/WELL , Cibliier. ? L i $ ( T * | \j L. . w I M L. * . * ' LIVESTOCK COMMISSiON MERCHANTS SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA JCooni 1OS Exchange .References : UNION STOCK YAKDS PxVCKERS' NATIONAL NATIONAL BANE BANK. Telplione 141- We hare a larpc clientage among Nebraska Fcedivs and can always beat Omaha prices to Kancli cn > tomers IF NOTI...

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 — 10 November 1898

It Gsts No More \o Become the possessor of a . reliable Cloak th&n it Joes one of those ill fitting : and cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded. We Have Samples of j More than 200 styles for Ladies and Chil dren from $4.00 up to $50-00 Look inside the for collar it's a guar Jfae antee of correct style , perfect _ fit and superior finish au assurance that yan'ie baying the best that's made a Cloak that crnces and beautifies the figure as no othrr garment can. Our reputation for handling the best of everything is emphatically in er Cloak Department. Examine our Goods And you will become our customer , QUALITY FIT and PRICE Are the features upon which we rely for business. THE FED FRONT ! JACKSON' DENTIST over T. C. llurnlV Stairway on .vt > f side Opera ; ions art nearly painlc.- . A. M. MOKRISSI5Y o - \ " o ATTORNEY AT LAW VALENTINJ . NLvB 0. W.MOREY WATOHMAKEU - AlfD - JEWELLS Kine line of plain aiul fancy jew el rv uoiiFtanllv on hninl t t Repairing i > ...

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 — 10 November 1898

era Will be sent until JANUAY 1 , 1900 for only ONE i DOLLAR , provided .ail arrearages are paid up to date and the dollar in advance. This won't last long. CHAMBER LA IX & CO Hildrc.ss Hrov-nlee , Neb Branded on pit- ! . , .side same as on cut both Jan-.1 * P S KOU&CIIE Postoffice address Brownlee , jOn . . , On left side or any purt of animal , har- inark right enr cut on' ; horses i-randed same on left hip Also hus slock branded II on xfnV or .shoulder , ir Jlv orVorO VL , ere or F2 Also the following , the first on LKE AND Brmrriluo Nib On right siJo. i , LK un sanio aid. on le. north 2 to Acre cro HIGGIXS I'ostofllce : uldress Brownlee , Xel , P.randod on left side : some IIJ * ft side and tiiighan an on left thigh Kange Duel ; Lake i t I'r.- , i.les .V-b "is ti- . t side Range. Hor- - asmtssw&M CLAKEXCK K SMITH Postofflce address Wnitman , Ncl' ' On left side : hoi > es same on left shoulder HI left side ki > where on in i in.11 ( up or thi"h Ilaiiirpnortlq M...

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 — 10 November 1898

'f ' ROBERT T HINE5 so < nVc address Cfldy NcbrriskH left Ml'lft. J 'fl rt of ALOX/.O HKAiH 1' sfolVn-e address f' ( ! > , N ( 'ir.isKn ' ' Ou left M < Ie : hordes 1ft 1 shoulder fc JJ nge not tit of Curc-o.nii l.nki- 1 x A "WIN-iLOU' P..siuffirr a d I'ndr , NV I aidedi eithe h-fi shoulder Han -s-mi. . nortli. rnst ol Kli : : " ' south of Niobrara rv ! T. \ ' \ il .southwest of Cod\ \ C Putoilice add'es- Codv. Neln-iska r > n li'ft side : : il-o \ n rixht : . .loildr ii 1 12-.M j.r.\ . : : : $ ii .t , i'i > : ilsol ! ii.i jau r in ' oi , | I' < .r A ' address I'o-rofilcc ( ( idy , Nclirask i SHiiicason cut. lelt si lc and shoulder ir.inuc cistaiis'iii- ! ! nnd rtsi ofi'od. CHAS. E ROBERTS Postolllee address On cMber side ; j so i K ! : K. soiip < t i : U n ii" ilr..i * ' ot FRANK J. .TONis : 1'ostortlcr adirc s rody.Ncbrn-ka On ripht < ! dr : lior- e .snmf on loft Wf , t of Cody ( IIAKLES Postoflice address i ' Cody , Ncl ) Citlle brand ) d on i 'i .r hip i I...

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 — 10 November 1898

W. D McGAA. Crp.ston , S. D. Left or either side of cattlealso Vleft side 'i neck. Swal low fork n.lit rar , intderbit I"t ! : right an imiilied oil " - Some on left jaw stud > uir.e L fj watt ! le.lt jaw < Jfi ! < r utanus left nn > pan of . . si ie or : uiv ) i''rt of ai.iin. 1 , iiu bran le.l the following , i -t : Also sotno cit'le W ; i ? fi SF3 bi-arin * tnc luilow- iiiS brands : A ' ' It " ' ' I . X K-Jt.i < ! co : ei , W < : ii | tt . . : : 11. . < ii it it i. it ! . . ; thig'i ' thighlliigh. orltiigh. hip. Asvnnc sellmliorses or jj.ittlc bvarlni : the bninds vul ! lc : prosecuted liifofinalion reg-irdnig Uwlt lilc r.illy rcxvarded , Kange at y } > | irhig.t uiul Coitonwood. JIKltP.ERT O. JJiMJNETTE. MANAGER. * K _ . TV Po-ofnre ! address CU.S3 . * ' " " J'KlC * ' . * > tuSC wrr * , j . r-tttl < - l.ninded as o : M ! * : r M. O OMIT . . .mvwheri'on Horses K 1C h.rt , , ! JOHN GI0C.T DEAR , MANAGLlt Pns'i ffi- address on lei * s. le ; ' - - \ Ktn...

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 — 10 November 1898

Running a Farm. When I was young at farming , I'd watch the turnip tops , And quickly go to wishing For good , big , rousing crops. I wished for mammoth pumpkins All others to outweigh ; In short. I took to nothing Hut wishing all the day. A solace sweet and soothing In every wish would lurk , Till dreaming speculation Seemed surer than hard work. I wished my cellar full of Tola toes with a will ; 1 wished the granary groaning With corn to go to mill. While other farmers wished for A good supply of rain , I thought it as sound logic To wish for fruit and graiiu And so L went on wishing , < 'onionJed with my lot. In autumn no potatoes \Vero boiling in my pot. I Jell you I'd discovered Thai wishing only breeds Keen disappointment : wishing Won't pull up choking weeds ; It won't hoe corn in summer , < > r husk it in the fall ; 1 Jell you. boys , that wishing Won't run a farm at all. That winter my potatoes I had to go and buy High I from my smiling neighbors , Who had a good s...

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 — 10 November 1898

Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable. Evtiy cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs. Cease tearing your throat and lungs in Vhis way. Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal. You will need some help to do this , and you will find it in From the first dose the quiet and rest begin : the tickling in the throst ceases ; the spasm weak ens ; the cough disap pears. Do not wait for pneumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay. Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pec toral Plaster should tie over ilie lungs of every per- sea troubled witli a cougli. Write to ibe Doctor. Unusual opportunities and long PT- porlonco cmincnt'T qualify in lor riving yon medical ad > ice. Write freely all ilio particulars Iu your case. ToU us what vour experience has been witn our Chcrrrrcctor.il. You Mil receive a prompt reply , without cosL Address , DR. J. C. ATER. Ixmcll , Mass. celebrated for more than a century as a q delicious , nutritious , * 2 and flesh-forming...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 10 November 1898

iTO JiOLE ALL EGYP1 GREAT BRITAIN WILL DECLAR A PROTECTORATE. 'True IMcaniiiK of tiic Activity in tl Krilibh Foreign OfEcc Franc Ai rcca to IJclire from I'ashoda , bt -Other I'owcra May Act. Advices from London say that Gre Britain's secret is out at last in the opi ion of well informed men of affairs wl have been keeping close track of the r cent extraordinary preparations for \va Of fnr more importance than the poss biity ! of a little brush with France , whic would bu u repetition of the Spanis ! AiiH'riean war , is the declaration th : Knyiaml i.s about to take the bull by tl horns and proclaim a protectorate over a of Egypt. This is the theory that is no generally accepted as being the true soli lion of the problem , and it is the only 01 on which the remarkable activity of tl war ollice and the admiralty can be sati 3'actorily accounted for. All probability of trouble with Fram vanished with the receipt of positive stat mcnls from Paris that Major Marchau wiH be unconditionall...

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