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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 25 May 1899

ty ftto to tote to Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , tote & Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Cloth tote 49 49 ing and Gents Furnishings has been to 49 tot 49 replenished throughout and we now to 49 49 have some of the best values ever tote tote 49 offered for the money. tote tote to 49 49 Get our prices on Groceries. tote tote 49 tote 49 49 tote 49 tote 49 49 49 49 RED FRONT tote tote tote tote 49 to 49 tote 49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA 49 tote 49 to And are prepared to do business. "We receive new goods every day and assure customers that our prices are right , Anyone in need of hardware should see ns before buying. "We also have the Agency for Aermoter "Wind Mills , on which we make prices that simply cannot be duplicatedcon- sidering durability and ability of the mill. Pumps , pipes , cylinkers and all kinds of fittings always . ' . on hand' I will fill a set of wagon wheels , set the tires , boil the wheels m oil and paint them , for $15.00. This makes a wagon about as good as new. ...

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 — 25 May 1899

Metzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Brand on left and thigh Earmark , square crop right ear 1 Southern branded L cattle have but one j"half-diamond E" on [ left side Native cattle have Hanee on Gordon and Snake Creeks * Horses have same brand on left thigh . "I R ? ° " * : rf of $250 win be paid to any gereon for information leading to the arrest and snal conviction of any person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand EDWAKD BAD IIAIlt. Postoflice address Allen S D On left shoulder and baron side ; horses same on thigh Jlange-Bear Cicelc T J ASHBURN Postofflco addres Valentine , Neb Branded on right side ; horses same Itange-lOimles east ol Valentine on theNiobrara Joseph "W. Eownet I * . O. address Mernnwn , Nebr. Right ear cropped Hole in center of left ear Range Lake creek S. D. Joe Ylondrav Cody , Nebraska Left side. Lefc ear V on left shoulder ol horses. Charles Benard Rosebud S. D. RangeJiBig White' ' and Had Ilivers Charles C. Tackett Rosebu'l , 5. D. Range head of A...

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 — 25 May 1899

WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRAT Xcws , Farm and Stock ROBERT GOOD , - Manager Valentine , Nebraska ALONZO HEATH Postofllce address Cody , Nebraska On left side ; K2S3 { horses Isft shoulder Range north of Gutconib Lake S A WINSLOW Postofllce address Cody , Nebraska Branded on either iirtn : hews same on left shoulder Range 3-ini. nortli. east of Eli and south of Niobrara river , 13- ml southwest of Cody A C RIEMENSC1INE1DER Postoflice address Cody , Nebraska On right side ; alsoX on right shoulder and 2 on jaw. 3 3 on lelt hii > also 3 on jaw Range-Old Poor llanchon Niobninv A D COLE Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side and shoulder. Range eastandsouth- and west of Cody CHASE ROBERTS * Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska On cither side some II E K ; soinr E K II Range northwest o Cody FRANK J. JONES Postoffice address CodyNebrat-ka On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Range , eight miles west of Codv CHARLES GARTSIDE Postoffice address Cody , Neb Cattle ...

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 — 25 May 1899

W. D. SJcGAA. ( Jreston , S. D. Left or either side of cattlealso Vleft .side of neck. Swal low fork right car , underbit left ; right ear nubbed oil : nn- dr-rbit U f oir : Some on left jaw and some wattle left jaw Other brands 6ide or any part of animal , ' " ft si Jeer aiiv partof.inimnl , ome branded tbe following , lelt M" : Also some cattle Ri Fv bearing the follow- m injr brands : j li'lt KM. neckX left side or bMoumcr , W leu hip i. fhich or On left * de lett Horse brands at Iowa der ! ( .H li 11 H-U It-It lilp or thigh Hugh thigh , ortnlgh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing tin ; above brands will be prosecuted. Information regarding theft liberally rewarded. Hange at Humey Springs and Cottonwood. HERBERT O. BIPOXETTE. MANAGER. Postofflefi address Pine Ridge , S. I ) ? X Cattle branded as on lit , IIO55 on left side ; some 15XC 3 either side ; Some on left side ; older stock , .anywhere on animal. Horses E K onlcfthip Range-Seven Ca8t of Pine r. I8ef in JOHN GHO...

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 — 25 May 1899

i AT ARLINGTON. ? In sacred place where long have slept the nation's glorious dead -Again is heard the funeral march , as sol diers slowly tread. Again with tear-dimmed eyes the throngs of reverent watchers see The crave receive the dust of those who died to make men free. * 'The emblems of the Nation's love and sorrow there are shown As to their final resting place are borne the brave unknown ; 'The flag at half-mast droops in grief for those who are no more , And fitting requiem for the dead the black-mouthed cannon roar. - Twas not in fratricidal strife these sous of freedom fell ; Ah ! no : their grand self-sacrifice proud history e'er shall tell. 'They fought for strangers who had long been crushed by tyranny They died to give to fellow men the boon of liberty. Prom every section of the land in loyalty they came To fight for honor of the flag , to win the hero's fame ; And now they lie at rest with those who to their country gave "Their lives , and all that they held dear , tha...

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 — 25 May 1899

w Wearying , ceaseless backache. Dull , exhausting and constant pain. i No comfort by day. No rest at night. Aches in the small of the back , pain low down in the side. No spirit for any taslc , no hope for relief. Great numbers of women are not free from backache from one year's end to another. Among Mrs. Pinkham's victories there is none more complete than that over backache , and the evi dence of thousands of women prove that she is its conqueror. Mrs. C. Klenk , of Wells , Minn. ( Box 151) , writes : DEAR MRS. PINKHAM I suffered for years- with a long list of troubles , and I want to thank you for my complete recovery. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a wonderful medicine for women. 4I had severe female complaints , causing terrible backache and nervous pros tration ; was dizzy most o > the time , had headache and such a tired feeling. I now have taken seven bottles of your Compound and have also used the Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman. I must say I never had...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 25 May 1899

CUBANS SHOW ANGER. DON'T WANT TO SURRENDER THEIR ARVIS. ( Trouble Over Their Disartuine Has CuuHcd ome Anxiety in War Depart ment I'"ic itins Against Brooke's Troop" Deemed Not Impossible. Special dispatches from Washington in dicate that there are differences between the Cubans and Americans of a nature so tense that only the greatest tact and abil ity , coupled with a compromising dispo sition on both sides , will be able to solve them without results of a grave nature. This teems to be the opinion at the War Department , although officials refuse to discuss the situation publicly. There is less criticism of Gen. Gomez than there was. It is believed that the old general Is still pro-American , but that the opposi tion of the other Cuban generals has dis couraged him. Although the course of Gen. Brooke is not approved in all its details by his su periors , there is no disposition to criticise him for demanding that the Cubans give up their arms. This measure is approved as a necess...

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 — 1 June 1899

NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE 1 , 1899. NUMBER 19. S , HE DAY'S DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. ONE POINT SETTLED GENERAL PRINCIPLE OF ARBI TRATION IS AGREEABLE. Modest Prediction of Ambassador White Liikely to Be Fulfilled by the Peace Conference Satisfac tory Progress Made. Delegates Favor Arbitration. THE HAGUK : It can now be stated with some degree of confidence that the delegates - gates to the peace conference are gradually arriving at the belief that its outcome will be very much what Andrew D. White , liead of the American delegation here , fore casted in a recent interview : "So far as armament is concerned , the utmost that is expected to accomplish is some slight recommendations to the gov ernments participating. " The various committees have now set- lied down to work and the delegates have begun a formal exchange of views. Great importance is attached to the meetings held May 27 and to the unanimous accept ance of the general principle of ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 June 1899

TOPICS OF THE TIMES A CHOICE SELECTION OF INTEF ESTING ITEMS. Comments and Criticisms Based Upc the Happening of the Duy If iator cal und News Notes. Magazine writers are full of advi < telling people what to eat , without tel ing them how to get it. A baby carriage trust in England preparing to strike a blow at the infai Industries of that island. The adage that "Two's company bi three's a crowd" seems to hold tru also , in the case of joint protectorate Notwithstanding the wonders clain ed for liquid air , it is not likely it wi supplant "hot air" for some time t come. At the rate messenger boys are be ginning to develop international speee there may be in time no real need fo wireless telegraphy. One agreeable possibility suggests il self in connection with the anticipatet rubber famine it may cause the mys terious disappearance of certain rub bernecked individuals. There is a law in most States to pre .Tent men from carrying concealec weapons. It ought , in justice , to b <...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 June 1899

\ \ < > W well volunteers have borne tin- brunt of battle since the war Avith Spain began is HOAV a mat ter of hislorj * . A recapitulation of the main exploits of our armies in Cuba and the Philippines shoAvs at once how splendidly this contingent has upheld > the name ol America. When the Maine was destroyed in IhiA-ana harbor the ipeople eagerly clamored to be led to the front and Avhen Avar Avas actually declared the response to the call to arms AA-IS ten-fold greater than the needs. TAventy-fiA'e thousand regulars no matter IIOAV brave , skillful and well-disciplined could not be a match for ten times that number of trained regulars fighting under the banner of Castile , and. from the beginning of -military operations to the volunteer -lias come a gloAving share of the glory of daring , patient , effective Avork Avell done. The first fierce light of Las Quasimas was engaged in by Western volunteers In conjunction Avith negro regulars. These men Avere practically Avitho...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 June 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcfflce address Pine KHge. S. D On side and "nip on riu' Rang * Woli ALBERT LAMB. Fostofflce address Allen. S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; torses on left hip tame as cattle on left boulder Uange Bear Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. Postofllcc address Albany , Neb. On right side ; hors es left shoulder Range He id of Stinkiug Water FRANK SALWAY , JR Postofflce address Allen. S. D. As on cut ; also SS Jeftlnp : half top circle FS on left side ; also on left side Horses M left hip Creek Range--Corn CHARLES RICHARD , SR. Postofflco address Porcupine , S. D. On left sidehorses ; same without bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. Pofofllce address Manderaon S. D On left side Also clear around both hips like a breeching har- ncso. Horses as cut on left thigh-.counter brand z/ ; right over theT HENRY JONES Postofflce address Manderaon , S. D. On left side Horses same on left shoulder Range Wounded Knee Creek. CHAS TWISS. ostofflce address Mauderson , -On...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 June 1899

FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS Capital 8KlOOOO.OO IHrcctot-M : Salesmen : F. W. FLATO , JK. < President. ' ED. II. REID ) PAUL FLATO , Vice President. Jnr S. HORN \ Cattle Sa Jttrri J. C. DAIILMAN , becretary. E. W. CAIIOW , Hog Salesma1 JOHN D. SEITZ. HUGH HITCHCOCK , Sheep " ED. H. HIED , JOHN P. CLARY , Cashie : SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS flTOCK-liiXCHANGE RESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLER , Proprietor. LODGING FOR STOCKMEN - 40 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS' i J STREET , South Omaha. Three Doors From Corner 4 RATES : § 1.00 to $1.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 65.00 to $7.00 Per We-k. H ) HOTEL. MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKMEN'S PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , 25th St. Betweci L and M Streets. So nth Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle .Dealers. It has beeiirepeatecliy ] demonstrated in the past that TY IA. Stands at top as a market for Range Fee...

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 — 1 June 1899

T Our stock of Dry Goods , Slices , 49 49 JJats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing fa 49 fafa 49 ing and Gents Furnishings has been fafa 49 fafa 49 replenished throughout and we now fafa 49 fate 4 ? have some of the best values ever tote * to ? offered for the money. tofa 49 49 Get our prices on Groceries. fate 49 tote 49 to 49 tofa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 fafa 49 VALENTINE NEBRASKA fafa 49 fa 49 Our spring line is now complete. We are better pre pared to fill the wants of customers than ever before COMPETITION DEFIED Our prices are made on the lowest cash basis. Prac tical tailoring in connection. All work guaranteed D. Stinard , Clothier. H- I will fill a set of wagon wheels , set the tires , boil the wheels m oil and paint them , for 15.00. This iru'cu ' , a wagon about as good as new. Call on me for all kinds of wagon work Spring work is opening up and it is time you are getting your machinery put in working order. "We can do your ivork , and offer t...

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 — 1 June 1899

* < Metzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Hrand on left side ana thigh Earmark , square crop right ear honthern branded cattle have but one "half-diamond K" on left side Native oat tie have _ , throat wattle Ranee on Gordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brand on left thigh A Keiviirtl of $ % 5O will be paid to any person for Information leading to the arrest and final conviction of any person or persons stealIng - Ing cattle with above brand EDWAKD HAD HAIR. Postofiice ad dress Allen S I ) On left shoulder and baron side ; horses same on thigh .Range-Hear T J ASHIJUUN Pos offlfe addres Valentine , Neb Branded on right side ; horses same ltange-10 miles east of Valentino on the Niobrara Joseph "W. Bownet P. O. address IMernman , Nebr. Kifht ear cropped Hole in center ol" lelt ear It.nngc Lake creek S. U. Joe Vlondray Cody. Nebniska ] Left side. Left ear v on left shoulder oJ -I A horses. ' Charles JBenard Rosebud S. D. White and 15ad Uivers Charles C. Tackett Rosebii'l , S. D...

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 — 1 June 1899

1 WESTERN NEWS-DEMOCRA" News , Farm and Stock KOttEJRT GOOi > , - Manage Valentine , Nelmisltsi ALOXZO HEATH Psstoffice address Cody , Nebrask On left side ; ? Jhorses laftshoulder Range nortli < Cutcomb Lake S A WIXSLOW Postoffice address Cody , Nebraska1 Branded on either side ; hoi BUS same on left shoulder Range 3-mi. north east of Eli and south of Niobrara river , i : - nil south west of Cody A C RIEMEXbCHXEIDER 'Postoffice ' address Cody. Nebrasli On right side ; also. on right shouldc and 2 * > n JIW3 on lelt hiu also 3o aw Range -Old Pof Ranch on Niobnir A D COLE Postoffico address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side aud shoulder. Range castandsouth- and west of Cody CHAS. E ROBERTS Postoffice address Cody , Nebraski On either side some it K E ; spun E K 11 Range worth \vesto Cody FRANK J. JONES Postofflce address Cody.Xebraska On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Range , eight miles west of Cody CHARLES GAKT3IDE Postoflice address Cody , Nel Catt...

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 — 1 June 1899

T7. D. nlcGAA. Creston , S. B. Left or either sldi of cattlealso ; Vlef side ot neck. Svval low fork rijht car underbit left ; righ ear nubbed off : rn dorbit lef oar RE Home on left raC jaw and some k * . waltly left jaw Other brands lei side or n part of anfinal. it sue or anv , . part of .uiiiiKil. s MU-J branded i'/ the following , lelt Also some cattle l 'Mnns tlie follow IiiK brands : \lf-Jt neck , X left side oi On left tde Yf-3 ! 7v < 3 .t-K it-ji ii-it it-it nip or thigh Hugh thigh , ortnigh , hip. Anyone soiling horses or cattle bearing tli above brands mil l > e nroser-uted. Infonnatio regarding thelt liberally rewarded. Range u Hitrney borings und Cottonwood. HICKBERT O. BISOXETTE. Postomcfi addrcps Pine R'dze ; , s. D Cattle branded as out < -ut , 5JO55 on lei si lo ; some litero either side ; Some on left side ; $ & & some older stock , .anvwhereo . on left hi ' ' ' ° n en miles norUi- 'IT east of Pn.e m.ljje. in Shannon Co JOHN GIIOT BEAK , MANAGER Po...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 1 June 1899

MAY. 1 JThe blackbirds follow slow behind the plow , -Or whistle from the maple's swaying bough : ' The robin builds her nest among the leaves , . .And countless swallows twitter 'ncatb the enves. . The plow-boy walks behind his smoking temn , .And guides aright the plow's unwieldy beam ; "The coal-black furrows rising fall and break , .And lie JiKe billows in his journey's wake The wood * have flung their banners to the world "Grot'ti HJIKS of leaves to every wind uu furled : And in tin : Holds , by thicket and by fence ' .The rabbit * hide in grassy cover dense. ! Pertly and saucily the old cock quail Whistles "Bob White" from off the top most rail ; .And when the evening flutters out her clonk. iFrom roadside ponds the deep-voiced hull frofTH croak. And jinglinply along the country lane , With broken chords of rustic , rude re frain. AsInk * , the sun from his high , ruddy doim . "In Indian file the cows come trooping home. Woman's Home Companion. * | Brown Bess. f * * ' 66WIFH I...

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 — 1 June 1899

The Time of Births and Dcnthn. According to the British Medical Journal , Rascrl , vlio has analyzed 2. > , - 474 cases of death and 30,515 of birth , where the exact time of day was noted , finds that the maximum number of deaths occur in the early afternoon (1 ( to 7 p. in. ) , and the -minimum in the last hours before midnight , while the maximum number of births occur in the early hours of morning , and the mini mum in the early hours of the after noon. As regards the cause of this , he points out that the hours of the maxi mum number of deaths are precisely those when the pulse rate and tempera ture are at their highest in health , and when there is a febrile ercerbatiou in -illness. Left No Stone Unturned. A Welshman who was in London a couple of weeks ago lost his watch , and told the Scotland Yard people about it. They said they would leave no stone unturned to find the watch. The other day the Welshman went up again lo London ; he saw street after street turned up , and ...

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 — 1 June 1899

"BUST THE TfiUSTS. " THIS IS LIKELY TO BE THE DEM OCRATIC SLOGAN. Opinion at the St. Louis Banquet and Conference Takes Shape for the Coming Compalcn Declared that "Silver Can Wait. " St. LouiB correspondence : "Bust the trusts" is to be the Derno- cratic war cry for 1900 if the happenings . of Thursday in St. Louis are a true index. Hundreds of Democrats went to the Mound City to talk shop , exchange views and to feast at a $2 per plate banquet on the tanbark floor of the Coliseum. The opinion expressed by these Democrats , .tin.1 confidential chats in hotel corridors , { the whispered confessions exchanged 'when two politicians "buttonholed" each 'Other and the speeches by Democratic orators at the Coliseum were "anti-trust. " Free silver is regarded as an issue that can wait. When free silver was mention- IM ! by the after dinner speakers the old faiuiiiar words raised hearty cheers , but the yell came when "anti-trust" was called - ed up. The bill of fare and program of speeches...

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 — 8 June 1899

NEWS-DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , JUNE 8 , 1899. NUMBER 20. RLES ] ) THE GLOBE IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUM MARY DOES. NEW TRIAL GRANTED -VERDICT AGAINST DREYFUS IS QUASHED. Trial Will Be on Main Ques tion Whether He Has Practiced Machinations and Given Informa tion to Foreign Governments. Dreyfus to Have a Chance. When the doors of the Court of Cassation in Paris were opened Saturday an im- J , /menseicrowd of people attempted to rush through the entrance , and for a time there was great confusion and uproar. The president of the Court , M. Mazeau , after reminding the audience thatall demonstra tions were interdicted , gave the Court's judgment. After reciting the facts which brought the case before the Court , Mazeau continues : "Seeing that the alleged confession of Dreyfus to Capt. Le Brun-Renaud are dis proved in view of these arguments , and without submitting others , the Court quashes and annuls the verdict of con demnation of Dec. 22 , 181)1 ) , against Alfred Drey...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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