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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 May 1898

v.ipl ?ffF 'yV 11 It Leaves Santiago de Cuba Harbor and Its Destination Is at Present Unknown. WHEREABOUTS OF OUR BOATS A SECRET Strong Belief That a Dattle Will Soon Take Place—The Situation Summed Up—Invasion of Cuba to He«iii at Once Other War Kew» of In tereat. •Washington, May 23.—The Spanish fleet which arrived at Santiag-o de-Cuba last week has again put to sea, the des tination being unknown. Admiral Sampson is supposed to be pressing down from the eastward, with Commo dore Schley approaching from the west ward along the southern coast of Cuba. Under such conditions there would still remain a chance for Cervera to escape ,between them to the southward, unless jhe is outflanked. A strong belief exists, lljowever, that he will be forced to bat tle. Both sides of the island are now patrolled by United States warships, and the naval authorities will not ad mit the possibility of Cervera's escape without the most desperate conflict in the history of naval warfare. Snms Up the Sit...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 June 1898

rtae GRAPHIC IS k"*i entered »t the Post Ofhce at iVlllistoii. N. D., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT "WILLiISTON. N. R. H. COPE LAND EDITOR. County Directory ^lierlfl—JA8. S. COSTELLO. Count)- Auditor—HKRM.IN ROKIIK County Treasurer— K. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. S 'tirit. County Judge— E. LEONIIAIM Register of Deeds—II. K. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKKIIMAN. 3not fit 8cuOols—MAS. A. BF.I:OH ^vunty Siuveyw^. •VWV' »vV State'S Attorney—N. A/ ^TKWAKY: COMMIKSIONKUH. HOAltD OK COUNTY 1*1 District—THOMAS BUKOESS. Id District—T. C. GAINKS. Olmirmau Sd District—WM. [XILCIHLAND. Town of Williston. Directory for TTUISTKKS. P. R. ZaH'» President. WM. FKEKMAN. JOHN YAKNKCK. Regular meetings held lirst Tuesday of each month. F«ANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District Of Williston. WM. FIIEEMAN, President E. LltONHAKUy, W. R. MCCHKSNEY. JOHN HKFFBKNAN. E. A. BHAUP. R. H. COPBUIND. Clerk. CLINTON HBDDKBICH. Treas. Fori Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 June 1898

Y-/ 1^ 8b SWilliflton l'~ $«,r &,? l.-r SI: .. H- ri m,^u' fa R. H. Copklahd, Publisher. WltlJSTON, N. DAK A Fight With Catamounts By HENRY S. WESTBROOK. —Written for this Paper. |V Hgun—anno AVING work after the spring shower had ceased, I picked up my old army musket given me by my grandfather—called my ever faithful dog and started to the dense pine swamps to have some fun shooting rabbits. The shower was of short duration, though the drops were large silvery ones, which made all nature rejoice. The clouds were beginning to break and soon the hills and dales of Central Arkansas were bathed in golden sun beams. "Wliatan excellent time for hunting," I exclaimed, and my dog looked into my face, gave his tail a friendly wag and started into the thick underbrush. I hissed him on, told him to bring me some game soon, and turned to one side into a little path, thinking what peculiar habits had my longed-for game. Did you fVer hunt rabbits? Did you ever watch them when chased by a pa...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 June 1898

SOMETHING HAPPENED. sA Bit of Excitement In the Xevrnda Deaert. The town of Gait, in the middle of the Kevada deaert, contains 11 houses, and you step out of the First precinct of the First ward into boundless alkali-covered space. For two hours we had been lying on the main track waiting for the engineer to find out just what was the trouble with his loco motive-and to remedy the disability, and there was little prospect of a resumption of -the journey short of half a day of lingering. Every passenger had already investigated the half-acre of town at least six times, and the delay was becoming so monotonous that complaint rose and traveled in waves. "For heaven's sake!" cried a stout wine dealer from California, "doesn't anything ever happen in such a town as this? "Can't somebody think of something to do to pass the time? What interesting occurrences have you here, anyway The last question was addressed to a thin, lazy-looking young man, the only male adult resident in Gait who wa...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 June 1898

LOCATED AT LAST Admiral Cervera and His Squadron Is at Santiago. COMMODORE SCHLEY SO REPORTS. .-.'.i't w. i* informs Wvr Department That Ha BM Seen the Ship* of the Enemy in the Harbor—Schley'* roller la Unknown. Washington, May 30.—The navy de partment received at 12:30 o'clock this (Monday) morning- a dispatch from Commodore Schley seating that the Spanish fleet is in the Bay of Santiago de Cuba, and that he has seen and rec ognized the vessels. Commodore Schley has not only his 'own squadron, but two or three ves sel* besides, at hi* command, and it is not believed to be possible for the Span ish admiral to escape with his fleet either by day or by night. No informa tion ia obtainable as to the intentions of Commodore Schley. Whether he will endeavor to force an entrance to the |bay and seek a battle with the Spanish lequadron is not known, but such a •course at present is not regarded as ilikely. It would be the better, in the ^•(Opinion of some naval officials, to keep ^|Cerver...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 June 1898

1 PfI I" I?-' !f'j« I- .:. •. .'• •:^..'/v I"' A •••--fWEr f"**" -f. Ji -T ""I "r VOL. 3. NO. 49. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at WlliRtou, N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COP-KLAND. County* Auditor—IIKHMAN PALMKR. Stated Attorney—N. A. STEWART. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—T. C. GAINES, Chairman. Sd District—WM. LOCGHLAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUBTKES. F- R. ZAHL, President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YANNECK. Regular meetings held lirat Tuesday of each south. FRANK WII.I), Williston Free Reading-Room. OFFICERS. G. M. HEDDERICH E. LEONIIARDY 8. BROWNKM. G. B. METZGER Trustees—R. H. (JOI'J LAND, America for Americans. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. OOSTEM.0. ROF.IIR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. LEONHARDV. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIKI.D. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. SuDt. of Scoools—MRS. M. A. BHKQH. bounty Su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 June 1898

mi 'J- |$): |nt| TO m. lit? pa, •'A' x. B. H. COPKLAND, Publisher. |fi WILLISTON, .ppN. DAK te THAT'S WHO! Who hypnotized me with her ways' Until my heart was all ablaze With love, and every nerve appeared .. To be, like lightning, double geared? •pti: Lucinda. Who'Iistened to my earnest pleas, And warmed toward me by degrees Until she called me Sam, and said I'd sort o' turned her little head? My sweetheart. Who let me kiss her one sweet night, Beneath the moon's white metal light, And said she'd ever cling to me As clings the bark unto the tree? My betrothed. Who left the altar at my side, •Dressed in the trappings of a bride, .^.And said again and yet again ifel was the king of all the men? 1 •&" My wife. And now who often calls me down. Upon her face a vicious frown, '§C And if to answer her I dare Entwines her fingers in my hair? Same girl. —Denver Post. 1ft t2 I#, THE SYRINGA HOME By MtT !.«• ,* Wi, SS'r.l: p-Vf BEJUTETT THRASHES. Trr.HE windows of the little church at Peb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 June 1898

lBOagRT LOUIS STEVDISOa -—. Si PART II. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. On our little walk along- the quays, he made himself the most interesting companion, telling me about the dif ferent ships that we passed by, their rig, tonnage, and nationality, explain ing the work that was going forward —how one was discharging, another taking in cargo, and a third making ready for sea and every now and then telling me some little anecdote of ships or seamen, or repeating a nautical phrase till I had learned it perfectly. I began to see that here was one of the best of possible shipmates. When we got to the inn, the squire and Dr. Livesey were seated together, finishing a quart of ale with a toast in it, before they should go aboard the schooner on a visit of inspection. Long John told the story from first to last, with a great deal of spirit and the most perfect truth. "That was how it were, now, weren't it, Hawkins?" he would say, now and again, and 1 could always bear him entirely out. The two ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 June 1898

*i\\ MM: I fl' s» |k. 7 S: 'S,1* 'K & mm w-5 *f-«y 'yn'T.nvy tTr*"s• flocking of the Channel at Saati- £5 ago Under Heavy Fire. "J£! STORY OF SINKING OF THE IEKRIMAC Lieut. Hiibaoa and Ilia Brave Crew T«kc I*lace» Anionic tlie Heroen of tbe Will Cervcru Uraeefnlly Keco|fnl*e» Their Cournife. ^^ashltrgton, June 6.—Th« n«vy de partment has posted the following bul letin: "The navy department at three o'clock received the following dispatch: Mole Hayti, June 4.—Succeeded in sinking Mer rlmac In the channel of Santiago at four p. m., June 3. This was carried out most gallantly under the command of Naval Constructor Hobson and seven men. By nag of truce from the Spanish Admiral Cervera, sent in recognition of their bravery, I am informed all are prisoners of war, two being slightly wounded. Re quest authority to approve exchange If possible between those and the prisoners at Atlanta. Six of the Spanish squadron in the harbor of Santiago unable to avoid be ing captured or destroyed. "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 June 1898

vtf, Lv •S 'J -iw Pi tf ', fe. .Wi %&" r-'A?" tfH VOL. 31 NO. 50 TH* GRAPHICis entered at the Post Orace at tfilligton, N. 1)., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. H.COPELAND. BOARD OP COUNTY EDITOR. County Directory Sheriff—JAS. S. COSTEM.0. County Auditor—IIK.KM AN ROF.HR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. I.EO.NHAKDV. Register of Deeds— H. E. FIEI.D. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKKKMAK. 3not. of Schools—MRS. M. A. BRHGH. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMKR. •lUte'a Attorney—N. -Jl. STKWABT. 1st District—THOMAS BUIIOESS. 2d District—T. C. GAIKKS. Chairman. 8d District—WM. LOCGHLAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRL'STKKS. F. R. ZAHI.. President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YANNKCK. Regular meetings lieljl 'irst Tuesday of each month. FRANK WII.D, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FBEEMAH, President. E. LEONHARDY, W. R. MCCIIESNF.Y JOHN HEFKERNAN. E. A. SHARP. R. II. COPKI.AND, Clerk. CLI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 June 1898

ih t» .• -r A'i i-Ks Sj* S. E J/ IN? 'n ,* A ,r' iL,„r WwWilliston (graphic ilhe UP K. H. COPKLAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] N. DAK THE CHILDREN OF THE MARSH. Beard ye the children crying in the marsh lands?- The little children In the lonely piarsh lands? The night Is dark, and sobbing' rains are falling, But ever through the gloom I hear them calling A. plaintive note that brings them no re plying, Save the chill wind In the dead rushes sighing— Save the swift swirl where naked willows shiver, Of the unloosened waters of the river. Heard ye the children piping in the marsh lands? The little gypsy children in the marsh lands? •The stars slip down the twilight stairs a-gllsten, And the young moon leans from the west to listen. Hark to the springs In far brown dells a-tinkle, About whose edge the. fringed ferns un crinkle! Hark to the brooks that tumble down the ledges, To Join the troubadours among the sedges! Heard ye the children singing in the marsh lands? The troops of happy childr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 June 1898

I I ROBERT tows STamsbtl PART II. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. "Now. that bird," Silver would say, "is' maybe, 200 years old, Hawkins— tbey live forever mostly and if any body's seen more wickedness, it must be the devil himself. She's sailed with England—the great Capt. England, the pirate. She's been at Madagascar, and at Malabar and Surinam, and Providence, and Portobello. She was at the fishing up of the wrecked plate ships. It's there she learned 'Pieces of eight,' and little wonder 350,000 of 'em, Hawkins! She was at the hoard ing of the 'Viceroy of the Indies' out of Goa, she was and to look at her you would think she was a babby. But you smelled powder didn't you. cap'n?" "Stand by to go about," the parrot would scream. "Ah, she's a. handsome craft, she is," the cook would say, and give her sugar from bis pocket, and then the bird would peck at the bars and swear straight on. passing belief for wicked ness. "There," John would add, "you can't touch pitch and not be mucked, lad. Her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 June 1898

LM ^kr«3 SALS r. l» stag te M. aSffV W w!iAt ifih N I Bf. fv 5 n:. tvf & H'.:. m«4 T*. Vje% SWfct "V, Marines Under CM. Huntington in a Fierce Conflict with th« Spanish Soldiers —j!~ THE DDKS FINALLY FORCED TO RETREAT. Pour of On Men Iioae Their llvei Kitnulwh LIUKM Inknown—Slnrx anal Stripes llulacd on Cuban Soil—Still WkteblDB C«rv«ra Other War ew« of General Intercut. •On T-oaifl the Associated Press* Dis patch IJoat Jjuiuiitless, OiT Uuiuituriiun©., via Mole St. Nicholas, June 13.—Lieut. Ct»l. 11. W. Huntington's battalion of marines, which landed from the trans port Panther on Friday and encamped on the hill guawlip# the abandoned cable station at the entrance of the outer harbor of Guantanamo, has been engaged in heading off a rush attack by Spanish guerrillas and regulars since three o'clock Saturday afternoon. 'J?he fighting was almost continuous for 13 hours until six o'clock Sunday morning, §!fe when reinforcements were landed from the Marbleliead. •!.:»'. four America...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 June 1898

If* 4 1 18 1 VOL. 3. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Oflice at Wlllistoa. N. I)., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. COSTKI,LO. County Auditor—HERMAN ROEHE. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI,. Clerk of District Court—II. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. I.KONHAitivr. Register of Deeds—II. £. FIHI.D. Coroner—E. V.B. ACKKKMAN. Snot, of Sc/iools—MRS. M. A. BERGH. County Surveyor—E. C. PAI.MEB. State's Attorney—N. A. STRWAKT. 1st District—THOMAS UURGE.SS. ••2d District—1'. C. GAINKS, Chairman, 'Sd District—WM. LOUGHI.AND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. F. R. ZAHI,, President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YANNF.CK. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each nonth. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONHARDV, W. R. MCCHESNEY JOHN HETFERNAN. E- A. SHARP. R. II. COPEI.AND, Clerk. CI.INTON HEDDERICH. Treas. Fori Buford Lodge No. 18/1. 0. 0. F....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 June 1898

W -U B. H. CoPKtaAVD, Publisher. MLLISTON, N. OAK MANILA BAY. The flnt fight of the war Is fought, And who Is the victor—say la there aught of the leBson now left un taught By the fight of Manila bay? Two by two were the Spanish ships JTorzn'd In their battle line \Thelr flags at the taifrail, peak and fore, And bat'rles ready upon the shore. Silently biding their time. Into their presence sailed our fleet, ,The harbor was fully mined With shotted guns and open ports Up to their ships—aye—up to their forts For Dewey is danger blind. Signaled the flagship "Open flre," And the guns belched forth their death. "At closer range" was the order shown Then each ship sprang to claim her own, And to lick her fiery breath. Served were our squadron's heavy guns, With gunners stripped to the waist I And the .blinding, swirling, sulph'rous smoke Enveloped the ships as each gun spoke, In its furious, fearful haste. Sunk and destroyed were the Spanish ships Hulled by our heavy shot, For the Yankee ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 June 1898

X„ IwCRT LOUIS STCTEnson. part n. CHAPTER Xn. COUNCIL OF WAR. There was a great rush of feet across the deck. I could hear people tumbling up from the cabin and the fok's'le and, slipping in an instant outside my bar rel, I dived behind the foresail, xnadie a double toward the stern, and came out upon the open deck in time to join Hunter and Dr. Livesey in the rush for the weather bow. There all hands were already con gregated. A belt of fog had lifted al most simultaneously with the ap /pearance of the moon. Away to the southwest of us we saw two low hills, about a couple of miles apart, and rising behind one of them a third and higher hill, whose peak was still buried in the fog. All three seemed sharp and conical in figure. So much I saw almost in a dream, for I had not yet recovered from my horrid fear of a minute or two be fore. And then I heard the voice of Capt. Smollett issuing orders. The "Hispaniola" was laid a couple of points nearer the wind, and now sailed a course that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 June 1898

For the Third Time Admiral Samp son's Warships Pound the Bat teries at Santiago. SHOTS CAUSE TERRIBLE DESTRUCTION. fclorro CnMtle'a Flnar nt Half Mn»t Deinorullantion AmoiiR SiiunUli Troops—None of Our Men Injured *-SStore» Swnrm with SiKinlurdu— Other War Sew* oil Interest. On Hoard the Dispatch Bout Daunt less, Oil Santiago de Cuba,via Kingston, Jamaica, June 20.—A careful inspection of the fortifications along the crest of the hills defending Santiago^ harbor since the bombardment Thursday morning shows that the American gun Hers spread wreck and ruin every where. Some of the batteries were de jnolished beyond repair. The vultures which circled on level wings over the hills as thick as swallows around a chimney for hours after the firing ceased furnished grewsome evidence of the fatality among the Spanish sol diers. Hundreds of troops could be Been from the ships digging in mounds of earth piled up.by tlie explosions of the projectiles from the heavy guns for bodies while their h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 July 1898

The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at tfillistou, N. D., as second class mail matter. .PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPKLAND. EDITOR. County Directory. BberllF—JAS. S. COSTKM.O. County Auditor—IIKKMAN ROERR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. I-EONHAKDY. RegUler of Deeds—H. E. FIKI.D. Coroner— E. V. B. ACKERMAN. Buvt. of Scnools—MRS. M. A. BEKGH. County Surveyor—K. C. PAI.M KR. state's Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT. BOABD OF COUNTY COSlMIIMION*Ra. lit District—THOMAS BURGESS. District—T. C. AIN us. Chairman. Sd District—WM. LOUGH LAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTRKS. F. R. ZAHI., Presideut. WM. FKEKMAN. JOHN YANNECK. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each month. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. I.KONHAKDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY JOHH HKFFERNAN. E. A. SHAUP. R. H. COPEI.AND. Clerk. CLINTON HKDDKKICH. Treaa. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 July 1898

VP W* ff tftf* ih & $ 4?t .1 &r'SL CorKLAifD, Publisher 0JSTOW. P9 Din Don't 'ifeath They are&omlng.tens of thousands, 'To tbe armyand, the fleet. %hey are Yankees, they are Johnnies, "They're for north and south no more They are one, and glad tcuflollow •When Old Ctlory goes "SoPfc^' From Atlantic to Paclflct^ffPiJlS,, 0 From the Pine Tree to. Eotfe- Star, They are gathering roundOld Glory?-' And they're marching to the war. Don't you see the harbors guarded By those bristling dogs of war? Dota't you hear them growling, barking. At the fleet beyond the bar? Don't you hear the Jack Tars cheering, Brave as sailor lads can be? Dbri't you see the water boiling Where the squadron put to sea? They are Yankees,-they are Johnnies, They're for north and south no more They are one, and glad to follow When Old Glory goes before. From Atlantic to Pacific From the Pine Tree to Lone Star, They have gathered round Old Glory, And they're sailing to the war. Don't you hear the horses pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 July 1898

I ROBERT LOUIS STEVEtlSOft PART in. CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. The captain was too bright to be in the way. He whipped out of sight in a moment, leaving Silver to arrange the party and I fancy it was as well he did so. Had he been on deck, he could no Jonger so much as have pretended not to understand the situation. It was as plain as day. Silver was the captain, and a mighty rebellious crew he had of it. The honest hands—and I was soon to see it proved that there were such, on board—must have been very stupid fellows. Or, rather, I suppose the truth was this: that all hands were disaffect ed by the example of the ringleaders— only some more, some less and a few, being good fellows in the main, could neither be led nor driven any further. It is one thing to be idle and skulk, and quite another to take a ship and mur der a number of innocent men. At last, however, the party was made up. Six fellows were to stay on board, and the remaining 13, including Silver, began to embark. Then it ...

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