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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 21 April 1898

T 1 Y I X Y A bil REPUBLICAN REPUDIATION They Promise From the hour of achieving their own independence the people of the United States have regarded with sympathy the struggles of the other American people to free themselves from Euro pean domination We watch with deep -and abiding interest the heroic battle of the Cuban patriots against cruelty and -oppression and our best hopes go out for the full success of their determined contest for liberty The government of Spain having lost -control of Cuba and being unable to protect the property and lives of resi lient American citizens or to comply with its treaty obligations we believe that the government of the United -States should actively use its influence and good offices to restore peace and give independence to the island From Republican Platform adopted at St l iouis Tliey Wabble Nor on the standpoint of expedience do I think it would be wise or prudent for this government to recognize at the present time the independence of the...

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 — 21 April 1898

J -if iiwwMiiiiiin - i 1 - wVi i jr I T i t j I IK - Vv f V - j2iiSiS8MSSM wMMiaHIvIMMPPIIHMHHnWI -1 THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND D S TO INTERVENE HOUSE AND SENATE REACH AN AGREEMENT Clause Recognizing the Existing Republic of Cuba Stricken Out After a Long Fight Between the tfwo Houses Other Items Immediate Intervention Washington April 18 The house of rep resentatives concurred in the senate Cuban resolutions with an amendment striking out the clause lecognizing the independ ence of the Cuban republic That part of the senate resolution relatiug to independ ence reads J That the people of the Island of Cuba of right ought to be free and independent The announcement of the vote was 179 to 156 and the decisive victory was loudly applauded by the Re publicans Fourteen Republicans voted with the Democrats and Populists The resolution was then lmnied to the senate chamber As soon as the Cuban resolutions were returned from the senate with a refusal to concur in the house 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 — 21 April 1898

m T t rf A Y 1 - - RV s x 7 V VV STOCK BRANDS Metzger Bros W s I 7 E I Vm L m A 7 H I lM I Jack Le Point Mcrriman Neb Cattle branded on left side Soine on hipalso Earmark round hole In center of loft ear Also use KK on And HKOside Tp Wl Pullman Neb Cherry Co Brand on left side and thigh Earmark square crop riRht ear suuinern nranoen cattle have but one ornd on left side Native cattle have - iuiui name jutime on i onion ana snaKe Creeks Horses have same brandon lea thigh A iteicard of SlOO will be paid to any person far Information leading to the arrest ami final conviction of any person or persons steal Ins cattle with above brand Joseph W JBownct P O address Merrimau Nebr Right car cropped Hole In center of lelt ear Range Lake creek 8 D William M Dunbar Lessee from Heine Krocger Cody Neb DUq Either side Aisr H William F Schmidt Rosebud S D On left side Horses branded same on left hip or boulder Range on Horse Creek t low Oil right Left ear ut cattle Split Range head of Hay Creek He...

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 — 21 April 1898

gg ya i ss r i I ii in i MMiigiiirtE I m Tili ii V S r fFAfS T1 THE TELL TALE TICK LZ2S112 I had knocked around In Australia for live 3ears put In a years service u India and had a whack at the Transvaal insurrectionists as a volun teer only to settle down at last as a Telegraph operator at Rocky Forks a telegraph station between Omaha and Sioux City It was y business to transfer messages between the two places and to connect with points fur ther along The next station fifteen miles fur ther up the road -was Dismal Point and here Tom Brown my oldest and truest friend operated Tom and I had roughed it all over the world together and when we settled down here it was to be near each other One day Tom telegraphed down to me that he would meet me at Rocky forks next Tuesday for a days shoot ing He said he would come down on the 5 oclock train in the morning and wait for me to get off at noon After that we would go up into the hills and shoot along the points of the ravine I liked nothing...

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 — 21 April 1898

V t r F f r A y gPGS 2 OTOYS 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 habitual 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 FG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL MUISVIUE KY NEW YORK NY THEAUTIMTIG IHSTRIiCTORffKK noMK stuut Mind icanitering prevented Hemoru improved Quick and thorough srepara...

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 — 21 April 1898

3S3SSPkv k - t J A if ft- V1 11 -ii T 1 iiiiidmnn WlWlMH nji ihij iliIMMOTJillJlMIgMaapilBieHa THE VALENTiNE DEMOCRAT BOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Xaier of Cherry ty Nebraska 100 Per Yeur in Advance IUBLIbHED EVEBY THURSDAY Entered at the Posttfoffice at Valentine Cherry county Nebra ika as Second class matter oue country may she always be right but our country right or Vrojg Cuban affairs have reached a crisiB at last Congress has passed a resolu tion uecjanng the people of Cuba free and independent demanding that the Spanish evacuatoCuba authorizing tbepresidenttonseall our aimy anfl navy to enforce these resolutions and disclaiming any intention of this gov ernment to exercise any control over he islaud Thenresident has signed the resolution Spain has been notified and aTdeclaration of -war is expected hourly Congress will authorize a call for 200000 volunteers if needed The TJ S Army is being mobilized in the south Tiie state miliiia is being re cruited up to war st...

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 — 28 April 1898

X X r s yf -ft fc f lTHE VOL XIII 0 W MOREY WiT OHLIAXER - AND -JEWELER line of plain and fancy jew elry constantly on hand Repairing promptly executed and -done in the best manner Full line of sporting goods O H SAGBSEB TONSflR i LV AL - ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shqp in the W H Moses building Ml AND GOLD BATHS C A Wells J B Wells WELLS BROS DEN TISTS Office over Cherry Couuty JSank A m moreissey J2 O o ATTORNEY AT LAW o tr o VALENTINE NEB THIS AND THAT Contintj Events General Teachers Association April SO Lemen Bros Circus May 12 School Commencement Mas 20 IDecoration Day Mav 30 oIs for sale at the -mill Te editor was married neear ago t today Bert Martin went to Merriraan on a business trip Tuesday C R Wolfenden of Kennedy tran sacted business in town Saturday The Pine Ridge roundup will begin on May 25 aud last until June 20 The mighty Bovalapus a monster of the deep with Lemen Bros Shows C E Shell and family of Rosebud registered at the City Hotel Saturday C S Reece made ...

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 — 28 April 1898

N Jpr Valentine mfmotrdt ROBERT GO0D Editor and Prop Valentine NEBlfASA Chinas prospecls of being civilized off the face of the earth seem to be im proving every day It is annouuced that Mrs Naclc hac been converted Thats all very good hut it doesnt let her out The end of high flying in various lines of activity often tends to emphasize the fact about riches having wings That man Holland who has invented 41 submarine boat would be a valuable addition to the crew of the Texas An Austrian mechanic has invented a means whereby he says she can see around the world Possibly its all in Lis eye Great Britains declaration that she want Hawaii gives some idea of what a strange place Hawaii must be That Kentucky woman canvasser who gives a kiss with every book she ells has set a precedent and a danger ous precedenr too The pianist Hoffman was recently injured by falling from his bicycle And yet Hoffman ought to understand the use of the pedals Powderlys nomination was confirm ed without any h...

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 — 28 April 1898

r W 1 Y p ITT INCOME TAX REVIVING A new terror rises up to deepen the dismay of the abject bondmongers It is Hint if war comes there will bo smother tax agitation for income tax One of their organs remarks with bated breath If the income tax is im possible under the constitution as it stands there would certainly be a movement to amend the constitution in Unit particular This is dreadful to think of Such a peril is quite enough 1o put all thoughts of preserving the national honor and dignity out of mind If the fool people are likely to get at the incomes of those who run the gov ernment as a business enterprise for their own profit and make them pay for their privileges what is the use of living St Louis Post Dispatch Democratic Gains The spring elections continue to re sult favorably The disreputable per formances of the Republican Congress men at Washington the vacillation of I resident McKinley and the prospect that Banker Gage with Grosvenor Dingloy and the rest will hatch up so...

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 — 28 April 1898

ry v MAKES hows Specie 7 r v THE STRUGGLE ON APRIL 21 increased 7885000 loans de 17489000 The banks now hold 300000 In excess of the legal require jaeaU r Tfe2 ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD DECLARATION OP WAR BEGIN Action Thus Legalizes the Seizure of Spanish Ships by United States Vessels Takes House One Minute and Forty Seconds to Act Declaration of War The president on Monday sent to con gress a message recommending a declara tion of war After citing the action of Spain toward the United States in sever ing all diplomatic relations with this country the following recommendation is made The position of Spain thus being made known and the demands of the United States being denied with a complete rup ture of intercourse by the act of Spain 1 have been constrained in the exercise of the power and authority conferred on me by the joint resolution aforesaid to pro claim under date of April 22 1898 a block ade of certain ports of the north coast of Cuba lying between...

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 — 28 April 1898

f I gy A m ji x -- WAR merican MenofWar Ad vance on Havana BLOCKADE IS DECLARED White Squadron to Silence Guns of Morro Castle CALLS THE NATION TO ARMS Proclamation Prepared Asking the Coun try for 100000 Men FIRST SHOT IS FIRED AT SEA Cruiser Nashville Captures the Spanish Ship Buena Ventura Ultimatum of the United States Was Considered a Declaration of War by the Government at Madrid Handing of Passports to Minister Woodford Definitely Put a Stop to All Pcaceiul Diplomatic Negotiations McKiuley Sicus the Bill Asking for 100000 Men Those Willing to Serve Are to Take Up Arms at Once aud Aid in Fighting the Spaniards Washington correspondence If any lingering doubts have remained as to the existence of a state of war be tween the United States aud Spain they may be dismissed Havana the capital of the Island of Cuba is in a state of siege and our navy has commenced the capture of Spanish boats attempting to enter the harbor The President Friday afternoon in compliance with the law of ...

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 — 28 April 1898

W 34 wg sv s T hBSI5PSBBWBWBPIBH sfessvssasMissi fflfflSSSfflffiaSHBSSffifflSSffi PEGGY THE OFFICE BOY o o o sBfflrasffiffiHaffiaffiffiffiHssaffiM T Peggy first made her WHEN iu the Dissem inator office none o f us paid any attention to bcr Certainly none of us even dreamed that she -was likely to prove a heroine Peggy was Jimmys sister and Jim my otherwise James McGovern was one of the Disseminator office boys On ascertain spring afternoon when I en tered the city department of our justly celebrated journal I found my accus tomed chair occupied by a rosy-cheeked wide eyed fluffy haired young per son whose brief skirts at once pro claimed her sex and her extreme youth The watchful Jimmy seeing my per plexity instantly darted forward and half pushed half lifted the usurper from my rightful throne Its my sister he exclaimed clear ly somewhat ashamed of owning such a commodity You see mothers dead an fathers at work all day so Peggy her couldnt stay home all by her lone some and I thou...

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 — 28 April 1898

Y Y V 1 Y J IRONING MADE EASY IP HSft ROOFING Tbe m - W W W rG4ralmE 9 J roNHNWWJW fBSfS SEARCH B BFniiHJFNnrnniriMr U MAKES COLUKS AND CUFFS STIFF AND H10E AS WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW fntM m u - COPYRIGHTED MsmiisroM NERVE OF A BOLD DRUMMER He Forced a Railroad to Haul Him in a Private Car to Sioux Falls S I His bold defiance of a railway corpo ration procured M T McNeil the houor of a special car recently from Fort Dodge Iowa to Sioux Falls S D Mc Neil is a Chicago traveling man A few days ago he bought a ticket over the Illinois Central from Chicago to Sioux Falls and engaged a berth in a sleeper for the entire trip At Fort Dodge however it was decided to turn the train around and run it back to Chi cago a plan occasionally adopted when travel is light This compels the Sioux Falls passengers to rise early and change cars McNeil was accordingly aroused advised as to the situation and peremptorily required to hurry on liis clothes and leave the sleeper But not he He would ride to Siou...

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 — 28 April 1898

ib v 4 V y - 4 V tJ raaMhrfMpi JCSiESS r L rn f THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun x 8 ty KebrasKa 100 Per Yeu ih Advance y PUBLIbHED EVEKY THURSDAY Knt red at t be Tost offlco at Valentine Clierry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order - discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full The leading article in one of our exchanges -down the road laBt week was six toes long and our proof read er counted seventeen errors therein It was a war article and needless to say was a corker Manager Bidwell of the JSlkhorn is taking hold of the potato Question with both hands He says that only 140 cars of potatoes were shipped from this section of the state last year and says he sees no reason why this ber shouJd not be raised to 14000 cars rreeleyCcl ships a train load of pota 1 toes dailyyyet we raise better -toes than does Greeley It is rumoredone of the yo...

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 — 5 May 1898

S8fee p p fiA s - I S f VOL XIII 1 OWMOREY ftATOHMAXES - A2H - JjEWEE Pine line f plain and fancy Jew elry -constantly on hand iBepairiag promptly executed audi done 3n the best onaimer FiiE line of sport wig goods 0 M SAGSSE5 I0HS0R1AL ARTIST BeSrWittiag and -shaving Shop in the W H Closes buiiamg HUT iNQ COLO BATKS n i - O a WELL E- WeBLS WELLS BBOS DENT i IS Office over UJierry County SanTc m o ATTOBNUY AT LAW S ifi o COUNTY - JTEB1E THIS kHD THAT tlomlna Event Lenien Bros Cireus Mayia -School Commencement Day MiY30 LemenBros ShovsIa 12 Cob for sale at tlie mlM WpilffiilHiiMIIU ALBNTINE NEB sijry5tor ML work executed with promptness and acewcy LAVAGA wehttoKJody Tues 1 Xellie Morrall Its time we were arrangiug gram for Decoration D L Underwood of Cody resister ea at The Donoher Sataifday dentist at the 8ee Dr tteichard Yalntioe House Asy 15 to lb Bovalapus -a monster of The mighty -the deep with Lemen Bie3 Shows T A Fike went to South Omaha Monday to look after his bay business G...

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 — 5 May 1898

i U lie nhniim emacrnt wTtROBERT OODf Editor and Prop Valentine - Nebraska Prophet Totten says AH great -events occur in even years Thata odd Whether in a nation or an individual mpty pride is at least as bad as an empty pocket Theres nothing in it Even four hundred years ago when dt ran up against America Spain hadnt any idea it -was the great country it is Abdul Hamid isnt saying a word nowadays The Spanish atrocities in Cuba evidently liave shamed him into silence Whats the use of sending an expedi ttion out to search for Andree Why not ask a Key West correspondent where Andree is A contemporary asks Whom are missing Without attempting to an swer this question we will wTager that the list includes Lindley Murray A New York paper says that a man in that city has three wives living under one roof That fellow apparently re gards matrimony as a sort of three ring circus We have no doubt that Laureate Austin would accomplish much better results if he would furnish the subjects only an...

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 — 5 May 1898

S r w 6 e in J 411 rl WHO WILL PAY WAR TAXES Judging from the last report sent out tfrom Washington about the war taxa tion bill the corporations will not es cape as easily as they expected to The -stamp taxes of the civil war period are to be revived almost in their en tirety Everything in the nature of an order to pay money or a promise to pay it is to bear a stamp from two cents up to dollars as was the case formerly and new sources of revenue -are found in the express business where each package handled appears to Tbe scheduled to pay from one cent up Life insurance corporations also are -going to be compelled to contribute to a considerable degree but that will probably be taken lirst of all from the policy holders As th bill is said to stand it imposes a tax of 20 cents on every 1000 of insurance which is like ly to amount to a considerable sum Patent medicine corporations are also coming in again for a considerable tax probably a cent on every twenty five cents worth retail p...

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 — 5 May 1898

i I m I vt Ci AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK MOBE MONEY FOR WAB BOTH HOUSES PASS EMER GENCY WAR BILL The Amount Appropriated by the Measure Is 35720945 Naval Officers Dont Believe Dewey Threw Petroleum Bombs Money for the War Washington- Several war measures were passed by the senate Monday and notwithstanding their importauce not one of theua elicited The lightest debate Probably the most important measure passed by the aenate was the emergency war deficiency bill carrying 35720945 Senator Ha wley ecureti the passage of a bill providing for the enlistment of a vol unteer brigade ot engineers and of 10000 men iu the south who are immune to yel low fever these enlistments to be in addi tion to those provided for in the presidents call for 125000 volunteers Some amend ments had been made to the appropriation bill in the senate and a conference was agreed to between the two houses The conferees soon came to an agreement and the bill was then passed by the house carryin...

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 — 5 May 1898

fit K Y A -V GREAT VIGTO IV AT SEA Terrible Destruction Dealt the Spanish War Vessels FLEET IS BURNED AND SUNK Comodore Deweys American Shells Do Awful Havoc at Manila VENGEANCE FOR THE MAINE Aiadrid Advices Admit Crushing Defeat and the Loss of 200 Men Our Asiatic Squadron Almost Annihi lates the Spanish Fleet in a Terrific ttattlc Off Cavite Near the Capital of the Philippine Islands One of the Great Naval Knsrnjrexnentsof the Age The Kcina Ularla Christina and Cantillu Are Burned While the Don Juan ic Austria la Blown Up -Others Are Sunk to Save Them from BeiiiK Captured The first battle of the war for Cuban freedom has been fought and victory crowns American arms cThc Maine has been remembered and its murdered sea men have been avenged in far away waters The Asiatic squadron of the United States Commodore Dewey com manding engaged and completely defeat ed the Asiatic squadron of Spain in the harbor of Manila in the Philippine Isl ands Reports of the terrific battle at the time t...

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 — 5 May 1898

M it l 1 V lit R 1 1 t m i y W I ONCE IN A WHILE Once in a while the sun shines out And the aching shies are a perfect blue Once in a while mid clouds of doubt Faiths fairest stars come peeping through Oqr paths lead down by the meadows fair Where the sweetest blossoms nod and smile And we lay aside our crops of care Once in a while Once in a while within our own We feel the hand of a steadfast friend Once in a while we feel the tone Of love with the hearts own voice to blend And the dearest of all our dreams come true And on lifes way is a golden smile Each thirsting flower is kissed with dew Once in a while Once in a while in the desert sand We And a spot of the fairest green Once in a while from where we stand The hills of Paradise are seen And a perfect joy in our hearts we hold A joy that the world cannot defile We trade earths dross for the purest gold Once in a while A QUEEN IN BAGS I TT OUP LA j Crack went the circus -- -- masters -whip as the girls flying figure went throug...

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