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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 17 March 1898

Y V - A V r A gig - THE ISSUES While the Presidential campaign is about two years off it is not a difficult matter to tell in advance the Issues up on which it will be fought In 1S9U the Republicans carried the country on a platform virtualy of high tariff and the gold standard The people were told that a grave peril confronted the eminent and that the Republican party waslheontydeliverer standing between prosperity and ruin They were told that if the Republicans were placed in power the mills would be opened the -wages of labor -would be raised confi dence would be restored and an era of unprecedented prosperity would set in Well the Republicans have had prac tically a free field and what has been the result In spite of profuse prom ises five cent cotton is the rule in the South -wages have been reduced throughout the mills of New England and thousands of workingiuen in that section are out on a strike Now these things indicate the utter failure of the Republican program of gold al...

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 March 1898

THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND UBS THUESTON DEAD - SENATORS WIFE EXPIRES THE YACHT ANITA Slates war aj II 1 Jll III 1 ON Vas a Member of the Congressional Party Which Is Now on a Visit to Cuba Apoplexy Causes Her Sud den Demise Other Items Dies While Visiting Cuba Havana Consul General Lee received lhe following telegram Monday1 evening from Walter B Barker United States consul at Sagua la Grande The wife of Senator Thurston died on the Anita today Shall give every attention and wire you from Boca Barker Meager advices say that Mrs Thurston died of apoplexy about 8 oclock Monday morning when the yacht was in sight of port The Anita left Matanzas Sunday night with all the congressional party ex cept Congressmen Smith and Cuinmings who went to Sagua The passage from Havana to Matanzas was very rough and that to Sagua even worse It is thought that this together with the rough passage down the coast may have hastened the end but nothing definite is known as to the circumstan...

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 March 1898

-V STOCK BRANDS Y y Metzger X E J VA v Iwl P O address Weinman Nebr IMghtear croppi d Hole in center ol lelt ear ilaiigc like creek S IX tWZTUt ji c fix Jyj Bfn - ---T ltosebnd S D Left side Horses same on left shoulder Deerhorn clip on v some cattle V mfff uw juw i XY IW2BU 7 s i N 1 I M Bros Pullman Neb Cherry Co Hrand on left side and thigh Karmarlc square crop liRlit ear Southern branded cattle have bia one brand on left side Native cattle liave - uun ini jutnm on ionion ana snake Creeks Jiorses have same brandon left thigh A Btmcara of 100 will be paid to anv Jerson for information leading to the arrest and inal conviction of any person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W JBowncJ - j M Vi Ji StiaTWewu 4k 53 William M Dunbar Lessee lroin Heine Krocger iiun miner sine AlSf rags Eh on Left ear oi cattle i V Jfange head ol Hay cutt Henry Pratt William Shancren Cody Neb feSSSS Oitlap underside oi IIUUU Jack LePoint Mcrriman Neb Cattle branded on Jim also W Karjuain...

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 March 1898

I pmmmmmmmBSm 03ttNtoMi A GOOD SAMARITAN Xty him away It mattery nt where Dig a hole in the ground And deposit him there Twill be useless to raise A shaft der his head Ear heavens aware Of the fact that hes dead Lowly his lot And humble his sphcres The world the big busy world knew not That he ever was sent to minister here He gathered no millions he built up no trusts Cornered no markets robbed no one of bread Hio raiment was ragged he lived upon crusts But heavens aware of the fact that hes dead Did he worship in church In the orthodox way iDid the rafters ring when It was his turn to pray - Alas I know not But let it be said That heavens aware Of the fact that hes dead f The orphan he fanned Through feverish days May live or may not To cherish his praise The sick that he nourished when stricken himself The starving that when he was hungry he fed May pray for him now or may not as they list But heavens aware of the fact that hes dead Lay him away It matters not where Dig a hole in...

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 March 1898

S Y A Y T - TTOEKING WOMEN WHO SUFFER Shouid Get Mrs Pinkhams Advice The Whole Truth can be Told to her Bocause she is a Woman The suffering and pain endurea by some working- women is almost past belief Here is a letter from one of the multitude of women who have been restored to health and usefulness by Mrs Pinkhams advice and medicine Dear Mrs Pikkham I feel as though your advice had lifted me from the grave I must have been very near it I suf fered terribly at time of menstruation was constantly troubled with t cold hands and feet was extremely nervous could not sleep well was bled with frightened dreams had heart trouble and a feeling as though JJ my breath was going to stop also had leucor rheca I tried to get help but all remedies failed until I wrote to you I cannot thank you enough for 3Tour kind advice and I wish to tell everyone thegreat good your remedies have done me Tajijia C Hoover Wolfsville 3Id COR 26G bus ner aero thats t wonderful Well Salzers Seeds are bred to yie...

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 March 1898

Mm ir i is 5 4 t ft THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT jBOBEET GOOD Editor and Publifiher i W mmmmmmm M Official Pper of Cherry Conn ty Nebraska 100 Per Fear in Atfttttice PUBL1UHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t ho Postoflice at ValenttneCherry ounty Nebraska as Second class matte The United States has purchased two cruisers from JJrazil which are be ingcompteted in an English shipyard Spain is making frantic efforts to -form an alliance with some ot the great European powers s she is bank rupt and cannot procure ipenns to car ry on war 2500000 has been placed in the hands of army ordinance officers Iteport of naval board is expected in a lew days -A number of his friends are grooming rTudgo for governor irace cDuld be conflned to Kinkid I flft iS V- If the and Westorer we would see some hot times politically in this neck6 woods this fall The following little poem - has recently-become quite popular among the farming communities The chinch hug eats the farmers wheat The bumblebee eats lus honer T...

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 March 1898

- srt 1 X t OWMOREY WATGHMAKEB - AND - JEWELEE Fine Iio of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods O M SAGESEE TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W II Moses building Y HOT AND COLD BATHS J A ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR AH work executed with promptness and accuracy LAVACA - NEBR A THIS AND THAT Comlna JErenfK Teachers Association Simeon March 28 Bishop Graves March 27 Fanners Institute April 2 Village Election April 5 Easter Sunday ipril in General Teachers Association April to Frank Hummel of Gordon was in town yesterday Ethel Saegeser is quite ill tbif week with a rheumatic trouble According to the almanacs Monday was the first day o spring D Stinard has been at his stwe near the fort this week invoicing Geo Elliott is repainting and pa- his drug store this week Norval Pfunder worked a few days cfor the Red Front this week clerking Dr W E McGonville of Rosebud was in town a few ...

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 March 1898

Wi I i Ti t - IP fxhnfine gwomt I liOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - -NEBRASKA It will be observed that the Atlanta protests against kissing do not come from the girls We presume that at that vegetable fiance In New York the germau was led by saur kraut A freethinker has been sentenced to a weeks imprisonment in Australia but tvont tills make him think more freely than ever Siloti the great successor to Pade rewski wears no mane so his success innot logically be called a case of cap illary attraction As a pleasure investment a boy may nt first think coasting down hill all right but eventually the returns are xi nsatisfactory II C Flick who attained some unen viable notoriety during the big strike in Pittsburg a few years ago has just paid 100000 for a picture Maybe Hie habit of girls marrying veterans to enjoy a pension as their widows comes under the head of all be ing fair in Jove and war Geographically the Chinese queue is located in the same direction as the Jiritlsb Lions...

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 March 1898

t Y r Jl V A -- VHAl VICTORY IN 1900 United efforts on the part of all those opposed to the gold clique will result in a victory for bimetallism There is but one question of paramount importance before the people of the United States There are many questions of second ary importance but the money ques tion is of the first importance and up on that common matter of agreement all factions of all parties opposed to the single gold standard can unite In dis cussing the proposed union of all the gold clique opponents the famous Solon Chase of Maine leader of the New En gland greenbackers says The gold Democrats can no more dictate the policy of the Democratic party than the pro slavery Whigs could the Republican party Although the Democratic party is not free from sin it has redeemed itself by casting out devils and therein lies its strength After twenty live years agitation on the money question it lias now readied that point where the people demand a settlement of the problem Silver mu...

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 March 1898

ft 1 o I 1 h V- j t 4 1 it raw iiiiiiiLUu iinmimiilit t ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD SAY IT WAS A MINE PERSONAL OPINION OFSOME OF THE MAINES OFFICERS Government Officials Deny that They Have Advices from the Court of Inquir3 Name of the New War- ship Changed to New Orleans Express Their Views in Washington While the officers of the government in a position to know deny they have advices from the court of Inquiry that the Maine disaster was due to external causes it is undoubtedly true that the Maines officers who have reached Washington expressed it as their personal opinion that the cause of the explosion was external The Spanish minister called at ihe state department Monday and presented Angulo Valcra and Cadenas represent atives of the autonomist Cuban govern ment for the negotiation of a treaty of reciprocitj work on which will be com menced at once Secretary Long has issued an order changing the name of the newly bought Brazilian cruiser Amazonas to New Or...

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 March 1898

f Y STOCK BRANDS JMetzger Bros fWl3tg Mcrnman Nebr ttlglitcar cropped Hole in center of lelt car Kange Lake creek r rs C5sa KlXSr rullman Neb flmrrv rn aJtt I unrkfl tghsgMsi W M 1 hi mU yfj y K7 5753 I 7 ffi 1 William F Schmidt Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded same on lett hip or shoulder Kange on norsu Creek 1 afiSSiSSaSSg and Had Uivers y Jt Cody Neb Jtver and Chamber Luu flat llrand on left tide and thigh Earmark square crop right car Southern branded cattle have but one brand on left side Native cattle have throat wattle llama on dordon and Snake Creeks Horses have same brandon left thigh A Rmvartl of 100 will be paid to any person for information leading to the arrest and final conviction of anv person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownct I O address G egiwj a u Wa3 mmrri William M Dunbar Lessee 1 1 oin Heine Kroeger Cody Neb - w 1 w n2n ILTn Hither side f7tel low Alsffisrauyoii eUSSj right 1 nft j t ii t in Uspiit a Kange head ot Hay Wfrrcck Ile...

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 March 1898

I r yp M DOVE ROCK DAY jyttft girl had never been to Lake THE before and it was hardly her fault that she Irretrievably in jured her social standing before she had been at Horicon Ferry two hours Grace Wright was an actress who had entered the theatrical profession as a chorus girl She had now reached the rank of an ingenue in one of the popu lar theaters Everybody at Horicon Ferry goes to the landing to inquire for mail and to eee what manner of people are going up the lake The morning and evening steamer arrivals are the two incidents of the day and John Treadwell was as curious as the rest of the little colony which dwelt on the point of land which juts out into the upper lake He was holding a flaring red parasol over the bead of his richest aunt when he saw Grace Wright hastening over the gang plank Before he could beat a retreat fthe girl had nodded to him and he was compelled to acknowledge her saluta tion with a perfunctory dip of his hat The next moment the girl had givci he...

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 — 24 March 1898

it V -V Y V Jj - Tho Fullness Thereof j Amid tlic discomforts of life nnd tho fullness thereof reaching to every family there is that which can so easily mitigate or entirely cure the wonder Is why we endure and suffer so much From big pains to little aches which are tile wear and tear of the physical structure of man there are always rem edies good better and best The choice should be always for beat as the surest and the cheapest In chronic or acute suffering -with rheumatism neuralgia sciatica or lumbago or with the minor ailments of sprains aiid bruises or of soreness and stiffness the efficacy of St Jacobs Oil and the fullness thereof in so many complete and perfect cures make it stand out as the best remedy for pain Why then should we stand on the or der of going for it and not go at once In numberless cases the aggravations of discomforts and pains rre from de lay Why should we suffer Feeding Elephants Elephants in the Indian army are fed twice a day When meal time ar rives t...

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 — 24 March 1898

r i u i 7 n 2 i U 1 1 Hf ls3 i w ft U THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT j fcOBEBT GOQD Editor uehPiiblidier Vv - - -- - ii i - - HBcial Jumper tf Cherry ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance PUBLIbHED EVEBV THURSDAY JEatored at t be PosKHHce at Valentine Cherry ty Nebraska aa secoaa ciasi maoer This paper will be mailed regularly fcoits subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears prepaid In full r i fii isaEsaiftasiS5Sfeasst - f i Nothing particularly new has de Teloped in tie Maine affair The re port of the naval tboard is still with held itfsd nobody knows when it will be delivered Senator Thurston speaks in Congress Itoday and his speech ii expected to IT Electrify the nation and hurry affairs toantend The general public is becoming im patient at the delay and a storm of indignation Wbrst about the ears of the administration ere long that will not be allayedwith promises It ismctien that tke -people demand Several articles arecrowfied out this xeek by commis...

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 — 31 March 1898

rw J w rc Y A t THE VALENTIN VOL XIII 0WM0BEY WATOEIAXER - 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 G M SAGESER TONSDRIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses builng KOI AND GOLD BATHS J S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy XAVACA - NEBR THIS AND THAT Comina Events Farmers Institute April 2 Side Tracked April 4 Village Election April 5 Easter Sunday April 10 GeneralTeaclicre Association April 80 John Maxwell is driving the dray for Fred Miller The Y P S C E will give a social at Hornbys hall April 7 C A Johnson of Woodlake was in town yesterday on business W S Garcelon of Longpinej was in town Tuesday on business W W Thompson ha3 had a kitchen Imilt on the west end of his house A millinery store will be opened in the old Morey building in a few days J A Hooton has almost completed his job of painting on the court hou...

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 — 31 March 1898

v J1 1 it ht falmtine gaiowii JIOBKRT GOOD Kdltor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Ever since Nellie Ely was made a col onel the Tennessee militia has been ready to spring to arms at a moments notice Zola goes to prison Well he can ai least emulate John Bunyan History at all events -will give the novelist a tairer trial Slang is quite ancient but its still to Ibe proved that when the wooden steed was dragged into old Troy the Trojans said This is a horse on us Philadelphia has developed a beggar who goes about soliciting alms on a bi cycle Perhaps he wants to raise enough money to buy a 98 wheel Thieves are said to be almost un known in Finland Curiously enough there are many thieves in this country who contrive to remain entirely un known A desperado arrested in Boston had a copy of Browning in his pocket Of course his lawyer will plead a certain intellectual disturbance due to a pro longed struggle with obscurities An exchange says The hair on the Iiead of most of the hundreds of thou ...

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 — 31 March 1898

f Y f X 5g5Bfiri V 1 - 3 v -v - WAR AND POLITICS Patriotism InRepublican newspapers must have sunk to a low ebb when war against Spain is urged as a means o winning the fall elections for the Re publican party Democratic patriotism is made of a different material If war with Spain is necessary to preserve the honor of this nation Democrats will Welcome war irrespective of its results -on party elections It is but just to say that the demand for war as a means of saving the for tunes of the Republican party and of securing offices for Republican politi cians is not genera II advocated by the Republican press But it is a cant fact that a newspaper popularly supposed to represent the personal j ions of President McKinley has urgeu Avar witli Spain as a means of killing free silver In discussing this narrow view of the question now before the American people the Atlanta Constitu tion says The most ignorant pot house politi cian could not invent a narrower plat form Let us intervene at t...

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 — 31 March 1898

J i ft ti v fc I 4 I k I i N s I M M Si AROUND THE EARTH i OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK IN HANDS OP CONGRESS MESSAGE ACCOMPANIES THE REPORT roof of a Submarine Mine Given in the Findings of the Court of i Inquiry No Evidence Found to the Responsibility 3Hff as Message to Congress Except on the occasion of the inaugura tion of a president no such crowds as surged through the corridors and stormed the galleries for admission have been seen at the national capitol for a quarter of a century Public interest over the report of the Maine court of inquiry was at a white heat People began to assemble by by daylight Monday and at 9 oclock thiee hours before the time for the houses of congress to meet the public galleries were crowded and long lines of disappoint ed persons stretching down the stairways Many distinguished persons were in the jeserved galleries There was nearly as much excitement on the floors of the two houses as in the galleries In the house as soon as the preliminary busi...

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 — 31 March 1898

Y i STOCK BRANDS JMetzger Bros T E J wwij vwm Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded name on left hip or fbauldcr Range on florso Creek A Pullman Neb Cherry Co Brand on left tide and thigh Earmark square crop right ear Southern branded cattle have but one brand on left siilr i Native cattle have lllrnit iiitllr m i iiiiintb iTailtb Jtance on t union ana snake Creeks Horses have same brandfou left thigh A Retcarrt of 100 will be paid to anv person for information leading to the arrest anil final conviction of any person or persons steal ing cattle with above brand Joseph W Bownct P O address Mernman Nebr Right car cropped Holu In center of leit ear Itango Lake creek S D w Ma mREmcB ji v T William M Dunbar Lessee from Heine Krocger tbErrffjwjfa Cody Neb IUn Hither side Alsr garj low on right Iift ear oi cattle Split itange ueaa or nay Creek Henry Pratt Rosebud S 1 Left side Horses same on left shoulder Dqerhnrh clip on some cattle William Shaiiffren Cody Neb 7 I Dulap underside oi ue...

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 — 31 March 1898

ill i J fcEK E V i raMm 1 HSSJ 3 9 s mtmmaremsmavmstiurKSSSESIS 4 S ggfflffifflffisasffis T t viri aWi ijmww - 2 IfflffiSSSS GOOD WEIGHT a yjiJ ki 23 PS S3 53 P3 J33 S3 i 5 31 rul PH SJ C5 P J3C C2m SCJ E sn SE fit itV mImV If I 1 ILLIAN SNELL teacher of the first grade in building No o public schools of Windsor turned quickly from the bl a ckboard MIArvn V n lin l 1111 uuii ouu juiu been drawing a pert wren swing ing on a spray of clover Who is cry Mig she asked in a sweet firm voice It is little Ag Ties Gregory volunteered a diinple Faced boy who sat near Miss Snell crossed the room and bent -over the child Agnes little sunshine lassie what s Iti Can you not tell me about it Sobs were Agnes only reply Miss Snell kissed iier gently then went back to nor work When it was finished and the children all provided with work she lifted the sobbing child and ten derly carried her to the teachers desk Here somewhat removed from the little ones Lillian set about soothing her pupil Agnes was ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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