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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

I r I iV IP l V I b t V I i UJ i M I It K r i M 1 h a A J i an t X SiTJ Stt - tHUmytU1 nmm tty Mtt JT Ms mwL irt A iutiTwi nriLDOo caiouaIly ome little property a pipe a piece of cardboard or what not is used for adventitious effect but for the most part the artist uses his hands simply and solely What is more the arc lamp can be dispensed with and almost equally amusing re- suits produced by the aid of a clothes horse a sheet and a candle If an oil lamp is used carfc must be taken to turn it so that the edge of the flame is toward the sheet otherwise the i shadows will be blurred and hazy No one who has not actually seen a professional entertainment of this kind can form an idea of the amusement that may be derived from these hand shadows Of course the pictures large ly depend for their effect upon inces sant movement yet so cleverly are the figures rendered that even this series of still photographs bears powerful testimony to the skill of the artist The British bulldog see illust...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

IU S TITrW II IIIIIMI I THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND REWARD A TRAITOR ARANGURENS SPANISH SCOUT NOW OFFCIER Sunday Closing Ordinance Rigidly Enforced in Toledo Ohio Milk Ilei Were Stopped -News StanIs and Cigar Counters Made no Sales AranKiircns Betrayer Rewarded Kamero who betrayed Aranguren the Cuban leader lias been commissioned a lieutenant in the Spanish army Tor that service Kamero was a scout of Arangu ren brigade and was captured by the Spanish forces Jle was given the option of betraying A rangurcn and getting 530 or be machetted lie chose to lead the Spanish forces to where they could butcher Arangurcn while he was practically alone TOLEDO TIED UP TIGHT Even Milk Men Were Brought In Under the New Ordinance Toledo Ohio a hitherto wide open town was shut up tight Sunday last by order of Chief of Police Kaitz to all per sons who do business on Sunday Satur day night all saloons were ordered to re main closed all day Sunday Milk dealers were ordered to stop servin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

r I r r - m f X ri F J I is ft w t 1 r r 0DD MEN IK COKfiESS SOME ARE MADE CONSPICUOUS BY PECULIARITIES Aiuoiij the Members of the Two Houses HpraKue Is the Richest Kccd the Bitf cst Sulloivay the Tallest Cockrcll tlie Homeliest Pciitobc Handsomest Kitreracs in ConKrcSH Washington correspondence jgwg -T i i l 5- f f N the present o f Representatives ire probably more rich members than in any of its predecess ors from the btKiii ning of the Govern ment Pennsylvania New York and par ticularly Massachu setts are sending wealthy men to Con gress nowadays the poor men come from the South and West nJlWlWIif C Charles F Sprague IVTKnf f Massachusetts MBffT II rhtIs list of pin- in 11 it i r j t - fi 11 xocrais ne married a Miss AItl of Boston who brought him almut 13000000 Some say it was only -10000000 but even the latter sum may be considered a fairly decent dower Mr Sprjigue is a new man in Congress and is only -10 years old Another very rich man from Massachusetts is William C Lov erin...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

l s K A VALENTINE Written by a married man Into my presence came just now A little child I know not how Familiar too he hecuied and yet I could not tell where we had met Ills iiicu was innocent and mild 1 never saw a fairer child And yet in most unseemly glee He cocked one wicked eye at me I knew him then The pretty hoj Took aim with the same silver toy That slays its thousands Wait cried J Dont shoot at me my son oh lie For you forget It was your dart Sent once with your own matchless art That made me like the rest a ool Since then alas Ive been at chool For she ah yes she still is fair Untouched by gray her dusky hair Once she was loving now you see She rules the house and she rules me He said no word but just took aim Straight to my heart the arrow come Forget me now sir If you dare Cried Cupid running down the stair Deep in my heart there Is a pain Methlnks I am in love again Sweet sweet my pet it is not true Those foolish words I deeply rue I wonder If you are in league With Cu...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

ft i H 15 i H T I 1 X r ir pFfRg OK 3BTJOY Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures hahitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 0 SAN FRANCISCO CAL IDUISV1LLE KY NEW YORK NY 83eSS9S33SS9SS3a392 1P0TA 150 Vj aBbl 3 ft LurceM heed POTATO ernwers in America l 3 EARLIES...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 10 February 1898

l It ILN IS V VWw i w r THE VAIENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Putliaher W I a I Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Per Iewr in 4frtwe EUBLIbHED EVERY fHURSDAY Entered at tbe Font office at Valentine Cherry oufltv Jtehraska as Second chws matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full A good cartoon was that which ap peared in the St Louis Republic on February 3 It represented McKiuley crawling out of a hole labeled Do Nothing Cuban Policy and looking ruefully at his shadow whick was marked Mark Hanna We forgot to remark last week that Hon J A Edgerton of Lincoln sent his regards to iiro Reinert by us Edgerton is the gentleman who some time ago accused Reinert of stealing his most brilliant editorials and prov ed bis accusation to be true Strange things are happening Rus eian war ships are passing through the Xlarndanelles A Russian Chinese treaty has been signed barr...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

i 111 3 tt i i i I r V A Y YOL XIII 0 W MOREY WATCHMAKER - AND - JEWELER Fine line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Com inrr Event Washingtons Birthday February 22 Fanners Institute Feb 23 24 Joisey Marvin Comedy Co February 28 Assessors Meeting March 15 County Commissioners March 15 G II Q Smith has a farm to rent4 Georre Washingtons birthday next Tuesday Fritz Welke of Woodlake vtas in town Tuesday 3 M Underwood of Cody was in town Tuesday Judge Towne spent several days of last week in Omaha Joe Uush of Simeon registered at the Donoher Sunday Harry Tlilsingers house on north TJall street is enclosed P Rune3 and wife were in town Saturday of Thacher X J Grooms the Sparks black smith wits in town Monday Matt Bowen was down from Crooks ton for a load of coal Monday II Winder of Sparks was transact ing business in town Tuesday Chas Carver and Phil Pullman of Pullman were in ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

1 ff r i2 JS u IV tyjlll yr JJVgja f - ht ffikntine mottnt i 310BERTG00D Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA The Boston Globe Is opposed to the Cape Cod Canal and yet quite frequent ly it lakes a dig ar it At last Edson has met his match He confesses that the reporters of New York are greater inventors than he is Is the new menhaden fish oil and fer tilizing trust to be reckoned among those rank injustices that smell to heaven America is beginning to supply the world with locomotives That is some--thing in which this country has the Wrongest pull Cigarettes do no harm to the smoker says a Philadelphia paper Well they do harm to others and that ought to banish them Lying vast inert the prey of the na tions China brings to mind the Bible words Wheresoever the carcass is there will the eagles be gathered to gether Several New York society women have organized the Order of the Crown with membership Jimited to the lineal descendants of kings and queens And jacks Science having demonstrate...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

u i I t r 17 r U r II T A r MKINLEYS BLUNDERS That President McKinley was ill ad vised enough to take up the gauntlet thrown down by Senator Teller and to commit himself unreservedly to advo cate the policy and plead the cause of the goldbug Shylocks was deplored by the wiser and more moderate element of his own party He cut himself loose thereby from the entire Republican party of the Southern and Western States lie made his denomination for the Presidency de pend upon the adoption by the Republi can National convention of 1J00 of a purely gold standard platform a plat form demanding a continued and in creasing reduction of the total amount of the currency and a recall of every dollar of the paper money issued by the government directly lie had had the choice between Wolcott and Gage and their conflicting policies and had chosen Gages Already he is threatened with retri bution Already Speaker Reed has warned him back The Gage plan and the Indianapolis Mugwump plan have frightened c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

Li 1 M BSWBRBSJStrtRlrsTMSiftWBwaaaaM ELECTRIC FLASHES ffrf - NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OP THE WORLD wihmpm CIVII SERVICE LAW COMMISSION FILES ITS ANNUAL -v REPORT iSoino Interesting Statements Con tained in the Document Torpedo Boat Gashing Sent to Havana to Thwart the Spaniards r Civil ServiceKeport t The annual report of the civil service commission for the year ended June 30 last Jtasbeen presented to the president It begins with a statement to show that after an experience of nearly fifteen years the Thopes of the advocates of the civil service law have been largely realized Consider ing the few changes in the service under Hie merit system and the wholesale remov als under the patronage system the econ omy and efficiency on tiie one hand is in striking contrast to the extravagance and inefficiency of the other Since 18S8 when lhe commission was organized unclassi fied positions have increased 37 per cent 3n number and 43 per cent in cost while classified positions have remained at a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

I V r r w 1 K STOCK BRANDS Metzger Bros SBgii Vr a j -V - v Tld cry 1 - wrs VSZiS zss Jtaime tn Horses 1 A Up Pullman Neb Cherry Co Ilratul on left llo and thigh Kannark square crop riuht ear Southern branded l cattle have but one brand on leftside Native cattle liav 3tIirniX wittl don and Snake Creeks same brandion left thigh 7 tit SUCH ifilt I a owl - J r 11 rtH4 kj rvilv r Kcinun mi uuuiiiiiiiimi leading to me arrest and nal convict ion of auv person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownct P O address Memiuau Nebr Itiglit ear cropped Hole hi center of left ar Itange l uke cieek S I I tce UM m iuh nftnifftTir VTWWirJ MpVN William M Dunbar Lessee from Heine Kroeger Cody Neb UfJn Kitlier side Alsr Jat k LePoint Ilrrriniui tl Carle branded on lelt tSomeon lujiaisu kannark round boo in center otliMt cat Also use 5EFSS on And siilu W 55ia rwa j SO William F Schmidt 4 Bosebnd S I On leftside Horses branded same on left hip or shoulder Range on Horse Creek low Oil ri...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

n Si i J X J hS s V if i I SS5 e T y 1 1BMggRaaM6a8a8SariiiJj x O fatherland so groat and free The prize that valiant heroes won The joyful harp we tune to theo Commemorates thy noblest son To him we give our thoughts to day A thankful childish patriot baud We twine the laurel and the bay And crown him father of our land Oh not like proud Ambitions son That soared to fame In ancient Rome Not like the Mars who battles won And found Helena for a home ICo chains were forged thy name to ralso Above the legal lords of earth No groaning eaptlves sang thy praise Or flattered crimes to deeds of worth Sleep on In peace O hallowed shade Sleep on the father of the free The trees that guard the southern glado Their tender sobs are all for thee The oak that decks our northern vale And boldly braves the drifting snows Through summer calm or winter hail Shall teach defiance to thy foes V Gormley A WASHINGTON RELIC Mansion in Which He Wrote His Fare well Address a Wreck That marvel of prophetic wis...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

id R ft fc tr T The Governments iCSiain The commissioner of the general land of llco has Mihmlited his report to the Secre tary of the Interior Compared with last year It shows a decrease of aJOS homestead entries isrejHtlnr acres Quite proportionate to this Is the falling off in gen eral health when no effort is niad e to reform Irregularity of the bowels This can easily be accomplished with the aid of HostetterB Stomach Hitters also a remedy for malaria dyspepsia rheumatism and liver trouble Twenty two pons of China are open to foreign residence where Europeans are allowed to own land ou which they live Given Awny For only three dollars a genuine guar anteed watch worth S300 with your order for three dollars worth of any of our music Send for catalogue of our 5 ceut and other music All sent by mail pre paid Agents wanted F P Deax Sheet Music Store Sioux City Iowa Some men are bora great some achieve greatness and some become al dermen A LETTEK TO WOMEN A few words from Mrs Smith c...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 February 1898

IS 1 tl ft 1 1 N I j e is 4 1 V f r THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Chery Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Yeur in Advance rUBLlUHED EVERY THURSDAY Kntored at t be Post office at Valentine Cherry roiiiity Nebraska as Second class matter The question of buying the old school house for court house purposes is being agitated again At the re quest of a reader we suggest that all interests address toe county commis sioners on thss matter before their Ineetiug the loth of next month JuTthink what an easy job the ed itor must have who has no opinions of his own the editor who sayso is never challenged because he always waits for a conclusion -and then says Idcld you so the editor wfeo -is a philosopher inasmuch as he believes that what must be will be and what has been was Btit we dont envy him his glory Hather than be a sec ond fiddle editor we would hirestobeat tbe dium for the Salvation army AVe don t enyy the fellow who dare not express an opinion if ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

M v n r I K y Y X H r tv W X - iT VOL XIII 0 W MOREY WATCHMAKER - AND - JEWJftEB Fine line tf plain and fancy elrv constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods THIS AND THAT Comlntt Event lossey Marvln Comedy Co February 28 Assessors Meetiug March 13 County Commissioners March 15 Easter Sunday ipril 10 Mabel Marsden of Ainsworth is visiting in town W E Haley made a business trip to Kennedy Monday J J Guth has purchased Iceland grand piano A G Shaw has sldewalkin front gallery a new W Gr Ballard was in from his ranch on business Monday Geo Davis of Simeon favored us with a pleasant call Tuesday Jim McClain was over from the res ervation on business Tuesday W L EnJow was down from Gor don on a business trip yesterday Geo II Hornby went to Chicago on a business trip Tuesday morning C R Watson and L L Bivens were at Bosebud yesterday on business E G Bristol has commenced work on his new house on Macomb street Adella Sawyer of Sjm...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

- N Cruiser Maine Destroyed in Havana Harbor BEAT LOSS OF LIFE Two Hundred and Fiftyeight American Sailors Dead SUSPECT M SPANIARDS Belief That the Terrible Affair Was Not Accidental WILD TALK OF WAR Many Americans Would Wipe Span ish Off the Earth Powerful United States Naval Vessel Sent by This Government to Cuban Waters Lies at the Bottom of tlie Bay a Charred and Torn Hulk Ca tastrophe Took Place at 10 Oclock at Night Wben All tlie Sailors Ex cept Tliose Detailed for Duty Were Sleeping Explanation Wbicli Seems to Best Fit Circumstances Is That a Torpedo Was Exploded Under the Ship United States battleship Maine THE at the bottom of Havana har bor a charred and torn hulk and a tomb for over 250 of her crew She was blown up about 10 oclock Tuesday night by a terrific explosion said to have been an accident The explosion occur red in the bow of the vessel and at an hour when the honest sailors had retired while most of the officers had returned from tlie gayeties of the city Whethe...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

h j J In M lit l r sggT CUTTING DOWN WAGES Thoso -who are on the ground take a condemnatory view of the wage re duction in New England No doubt business for the cotton mills is bad no doubt the protection which fails to pro tect is being practically condemned but must the wageworkers be forced to bear all the burdens This is a question which is attracting the attention of intelligent men in the East It has been asked by the opera tives and it is repeated by the press at least that part of the press which Js not the mere echo of plutocratic sen timents In discussing this matter the Boston Post says If there ever was a case in which a cutdown from 10 per cent in the wages of labor was unjustifiable it is the case of those cotton mills in New Bedford which have paid large dividends for many years up to and including the year 1S97 just dosed Profits which permit the payment of dividends of G 0 12 and oven 10 per cent do not call for a reduction of the labor cost of pro duction But those...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

15 he nhnihw mtotVHt HOBEKT OOD tolltcr and Prop VALENTINE rsrss3a NEBRASKA MILITARY ACTIVITY UNITED STATES IS NEAR A WAR FOOTING Will Be Prepared for Trouble if It Comes New York Is Guarded as Never Before Great Guns Are Manned and Ready for Use Nation Near a War Footing Chicago Feb 22 A special Washing ton dispatch to the Chronicle says The United States is nearer a war footing than it has been at any time since the civil war Telegrams and written orders arc besieg jng military and naval officials and all the talk is of armed men of rcgeuicnts and accoutrements of guns and projectiles New York is guarded as never before for the great guns of her girdle of forts are manned and ready to be served The North Atlantic squadron is now concen trated in the Gulf of Florida aud other vessels have been ordered lo hold them selves in readiness to -join it Through out the Atlantic seaboard the prepara tions are under way Artillerymen aic already at the defenses and newdetails are to arrive at...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

a b t I v V 1 f -V T STOCK BRANDS JMctzgcr Bros T e J in I j lfji VB v llei Rosebud S D Left side Horses same on left shoulder Decihorn clip on cattle I raT m l lliiiJaFaliiiii ii lAVrhi ILfl 4 Hirwii Vennedy Neb ine son the left liin Horses ZZ on loft shoulder Brand is small Karmaik Quaiter clip behind half cir cle forward on left ear Range LoneTiee Lake Pullman Neb Clicrry Co ISraml on left tide and thigh Earmark square crop right ear Southern branded cattle have but one brand on leftside Nathe cattle have throat viaLlta Jtlauue on lioruon and hnakc Creeks Horses have same brandon left thigh A Rnicrtrtl otOO will be paid taanv person Tor information lending to the arrest anil final conviction of anv person or put sous bteal ting cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownct F O address Merrimau Nebr lUght car cropped Hole in center of left -ear Uiuigc Lake creek S It VO J Lm yJ fj uh r wj k an gAMBKeK Yips William L Dunbar Lessee fJom Heine Kroeger Cody Neb IUa Either side Albrfagiaori ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 24 February 1898

Sill tmw WWM Wcmb mmM st i i riiis was tne W of G troop F mffal romance irst Cav alry G troop be it known is just now very comfortably housed and the en listed men are having a better time than the captains used to For G troop has seen some of the hardest service known to the regular army It has served all the way from the fiery plains of Arizona to te moisture and frost of Washington It has gone to more old forts and there builded new ones than any other organization that ever rode horses But it has been well command ed from the far away time when R F Bernard was captain and Happy Tack Kyle was second lieutenant not to mention Mr Winters who was first lieutenant down to the present when gentlemen as modest and a whole lot better accoutered take care of the for tunes of company G All that has nothing to do with the romance The man in the case was call ed Big Smith The first name be longed to him of rights for he was just as tall and just as heavy as the maxi mum cavalry limit would ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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