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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 9 June 1898

The Feast of tbo Butterflies On the track of a sunbeam shining through The blossoming hedge the wind cars flew As only the trains of the fairies do And every butterfly came down From Lilac vale to Bluebell town In a velvet bodice and satin gown 1 r V K lt With green leaf plates was the board complete With drops of dew for their bread and meat And in blue Delft cups the honey wine sweet And they only stayed to dance and sup Nor cleared the table of platter and cup For the rain washed all the dishes up Womans Home Companion The Chinese Flag Is a very queer looking affair It repre sents the most grotesque of green dragons on a yellow ground The latter is sugges tive not only of the national complexion but also that of a sufferer from bilious ness To remove this use Hostetteri Stomach Bitters which will speedily rcgu late your liver and prevent malaria Fanciod Attributes of tho Rose The Syrians regard the rose as an em blem of immortality the Chinese plant ed it over graves and in the 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 — 9 June 1898

I - x s iam 0JX t THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 0BERT GOOD Editor and Publisher CMHcial Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Year in Advance PUBLIHHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears ara paid in full The War With Spain Americans sank a hulk in the mouth of Santiago de Cuba harbor sealing Ceyeras fleet therein Official advices from Sampson say he has reduced all fortifications and nas not lost a man or vessel Insurgents in the Phillipines defeat ed Spanish in a big pitched battle Next to welcoming the birth of his first baby nothing is supposed to make a man so happy as- getting married and joining the church yet nine times out of ten it is harder to learn of a mans intention to do these two things than anything else on earth A lot of republican editors- who do not know shoulder arms from a gun car...

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 — 16 June 1898

m I- iv i T cv r JL X vol m Tie 41 of In The fusion state convention will be lield in Lincoln on Tuesday Aug 2 at 2 pm Sixteen recruits have arrived this week for service with the 2siobrara troops V A Taylor is driving the Kosebud stage during Driver Bullis absence in Omaha The Donoher sports a brand new register and a neat -the clerks desk ii- rw 12E Sv oilcloth cover on Jas Bay is in Omaha this week to attend a meeting of the populist state central committee Geo Keinert made a trip to Brown lee and the southern part of the county starting this morning Pete DeCory was over from the re servation this week transacting busi ness wjith onr merchants Indian families by the score have been in town this week after their new wagons harnesses plos ec -4 t m GraDd Parade Eloquent Orations Good Music both on street and at the Bowery Horse Pony Foot Sack Potato Bicycle and other Race Jumping Matches etc etc A splendid ball game is being arranged for Indians and Soldiers A FREELANCE Will be giv...

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 — 16 June 1898

4 5 5 A ft niWH - aafcj r tfVKBfc te nhnitM fjemoaat KOBEET GOOD Editor anfl Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Amid the often spoken of fortunes of war due regard must be had for prize money hit hThe battleship Oregon has shown that the Straits of Magellan form a poor substitute for the Nicaragua Ca nal -Ten million flags have been sold in the United States since war was de clared with Spain Naturally fags are going up Spain may be the cause of this coun try altering the maps and geographies The same thing happened some four hundred years ago The Norfolk Pilot emphatically re marks We need a great deal of cur rency We want it at once and we want it bad Counterfeit A London paper says that Admiral Dewey is disliked in certain quaiters because he is a dude He is also liked in certain quarters because he is a dandy There are said to be two kinds of pa triots in the market those who are ready to go to war when they are need ed and those who are ready to go when ihey are not needed The man who goe...

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 — 16 June 1898

r T XT W m 1 Js y i m9 W1 L nam HOW THE AMERICAN AND BRITISH SOLDIERS ONCE BRAVELY STORMED AND TOOK THE FAMOUS MORRO CASTLE I MEDALS FOR DEWEYS MEN I l J A fob - - H f7MjtfjWiiAiiptffjptiirfttT irfr VYg53b - THE STRATEGY BOARD Ex Fijjhtiiifr Men Who Direct the Movements of Ships Admirals Dewey and Sampson with Commodores Schley and Watson do the fighting but there are four men in Washington who tell them what they shail do and when These are the members of the Board of Strategy who have charge of the conduct of the war on sea and so far as possible direct the battles leaving only the details to the fleet commanders Each man on the board has seen a good deal of real nervice and can fight as well as any man in the navy Aside from this they are well skilled in the science of war and are able to plan battles with al most mathematical certainty The members of the board are Rear Ad miral Montgomery Sicard Captains A T Mahan A S Crowniushield and A S Barker all experts Rear Admiral Sicard ...

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 — 16 June 1898

h I II s AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK A RICH PRIZE TAKEN BRITISH STEAMER TWICKEN HAM LOADED WITH COAL Cargo of the English Ship Intended for the Spanish Fleet at Santiago Spanish Officer Found on Board Admits His Identity Overhauled by the St Louis A Mole St Nicholas Haytl dispatch says The merchantman captured by the auxiliary cruiser St Louis just off Morant Point Jamaica was the British steamer Twickenham On board the Twickenham are 8200 tons of coal for the Spanish fleet She has been sent as a prize to Key West The captured vessel is a London steamer which went first to Martinique expecting to effect a junction with Cerveras fleet at that island Word was brought to Samp son that the Twickenham left Martinique Wednesday The St Louis was irame iately dispatched to intercept her She surprised the collier by sending a shot across her bow The Twick enham instead of stopping put on full steam and tried to get away Quickly over hauling the Englishman tbe St Louis tir...

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 — 16 June 1898

c v 5J r V J If 22- ak vlij i ty -- 4 fWK f T DEFENSES IN RUINS X SAMPSON SHELLS FORTIFICA TIONS OF SANTIAGO American Warships Throw a Furious Torrent of Deadly Projectiles Span iards Admit Serious Damage and X083 tandinK of Troops Under Fire Spanish Guns Silenced Washington special The news from Santiago Tuesday was of f stirring character The bombard ment of the fortiGcations at the mouth of the harbor which began on Saturday was resumed Monday morning at 730 and continued until 11 oclock Evidently the attack was intended to cover the land ing probably of marines from the fleet whose purpose it was to establish a depot land supplies and siege guns communi cate with the insurgents and prepare the way for the invasion by the army The bottled up Cervera who would send as roseate a dispatch as possible reported to the Spanish Government that six American vessels had bombarded the for tifications and Santiago but that the dam age was unimportant though he con ceded that six men were ki...

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 — 16 June 1898

Sources of Wealth There are two sources of wealth land and labor Gold and silver in their natural states are land which labor re duces to element of wealth Besides their natural adaptability as money metals they represent the days works of labor in reducing them But after all it is the open mint and government stamp that gives them currency in commerce as measures of valuer Their intrinsic value of which we hear so much lies in the stroke of the govern ment die which coins them just the same as it does in the greenback or the government gold or silver certificate Fresno Watchman Why Europe Is Uneasy - The reported uneasiness of the Euro pean nations over the prospect of the United States entering upon a career of territorial conquest is uncalled for but perfectly natural They have got itinto their heads that Mark Hanna Steve Elkins Pierpont Morgan and such like scalawags are the whole thing Vovjer hero while as a matter of fact tiilt iJj w ar a n uieir Vv ywy mm V Bg1 THIS IS DEMOCR...

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 — 16 June 1898

i i i 7 T r II A J -T X Can Our Coast Be Blockaded If confidence can be felt in the opinion of military and naval officers at the seat of Government such is the extent of our sea coast that to blockade it effectually Beems impossible When a blockade of the bowels exists relieve it with Hostetters Stomach Bitters which also cures indiges tion malaria rheumatism and kidney trouble Trees and Tides A very curious theory lately revived Is that the sap of a living tree ebbs and flows in some -way in sympathy with the titles of the ocean The idea comes from Italy -where a grower of vines and other fruit trees whris also a chemist hat been experimenting in this direction He says that no tree should be lopped or pruned except during the hours of ebb tide He has taken four teen years to come to this conclusion and bow always acts upon it The re sult is his trees and vines have devel oped beautiful foliage bear splendid crops and are quite free from the at tacks of the insects which devastate ...

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 — 16 June 1898

- V V r rs Bfral 5 rt A - THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT OBEBT GOOD Editor and Publisher i I J - f Official Paper of phery Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY t Entered at ihe Post office at Valentine Cherr County Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subocribers until a definite order o discontinue is received and all ar fears are paid in full The brand oxmmissioners are having Jots of trouble this week The brand recerd is cumbered with did marks and brands to such an extent that it is al paost impossible to get a Simply brand registered The law relating t brands and their registration should Te Tnadel over to sufit new conditions Deputy Labor Commissiorier S -3 ent teas completed a cqmpararve Etatement of the surplus products of the stacle for the years 1831 and 397 The comparison on the nine pric2ipal products is as follows 1 1891- S97 Corn bus 2429500 76S46362 Wheat bus 9821000 1840915 Oats bus 11926000 1494679 Bye bus 03500 879...

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 — 23 June 1898

I - f r ft l few l Jb f r I 3ggsj Sobs for sale at tlie mill W A Kiester is in town from Bor den R M Faddis of Pass is in town to5ay Some of Main streets sidewalks need repairing a A ttrooks of Bazile Mills was in town Sunday Sam Hudson and wife of Simeon were in towa aesd GlSTehce Walcott is in town this week seeing the sights A new sidewalk has been built in front of Stetters saloon Clean up your yards and alleys and get in shape for the Fourth C A Johnson of Woodlake wa irH town on business yesterday- D E Sherman and wife Tisited friends in Woodlake Sunday The commissionerFare still in ses sion as aboffrd of equalization Wanted A girl to begin work on July 5 Enquire at Tiie Donoher Remember the school meeting next Monday evening at the school house Leoua Baumgartel visited in town the first of this week from Crookston Geo Dew and Ely D Valentine were Woodlake visitors in town Tuesday V W Keller of Compton is in town today on business at the court house Tmi s a t k or Trade Set of...

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 — 23 June 1898

li It t L 4 t i i TVJ t thntine fltmonat ROBERT GOOD Editor tnfl Prop VALENTINE -2 -if NEBRASKA Boston Is perfectly patriotic now citn her red brjcbuildiixjjs her white mbway audlier bitfbst5olfigs After si riiaii fias gnawed a good old ashioned hard tack for an hour he is 21 a mood to remember pretty- nearly wything - The St Paul Dispatch says A one trmed athlete has been walking around he earth Well thats an armless sort of amusement isnt it- Why shouldnt Hon Joseph Cham berlain believe in an English alliance Aith America Such an alliance has worked all right in his own case It is said now that the German Em peror designs many of the Empress gowns He Is able to do anything from directing his nations destiny to 3ress mikJug The Denver Post complains because a Colorado poet has made Dewey rhyme with glory Why find fault with that It is a deed to be proud of ow did he do it VSi A Western paper says the tubercu losis has been communicated to dogs ty French bacteriologists The only way...

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 — 23 June 1898

E Whmr V r te hi x k3 V 1 ii Rijlht Kind of Men Quays success in buying and bull dozing the Pennsylvania Republican convention and thus securing the nomi nation of his candidate for Governor may prove the defeat of his party in the Keystone State It is alleged that if the Democrats nominate the right man for Governor they will be able to elect him This condition of affairs is not peculiar to Pennsylvania All over the country facts are making it evident that this year presents a great oppor tunity for the Democratic party The people are disgusted with the hypoc risy and dishonesty of the Republicans and are ready to deprive them of the power which have abused But as in Pennsylvania Democratic success requires that the right kind of men be jiuminatcd by the Democrats How--ever Democratic success with the -wrong kind of men for candidates -would be worse than defeat for the effect of electing incompetent or un sound men this fall would be to imperil the chances of victory in the campai...

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 — 23 June 1898

T Ir STarmeKPaSwsTT tl zatcmisxsagssseeKismesssssfsss THE BAYS DDDIfiS Ti J V SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE BLANCO IS WARNED HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR MER RIMAC HEROESUi JVES President Notifies Captain General that One Spanish Officer of High Rank will Be Hanged for Every American Prisoner Killed Captain General Warned The report that Capt Gen Blanco bad refused to exchange llobson and his com panions caused considerable excitement in Washington Monday The imprisonment of the Merriniac heroes in Morro Castle at Santiago is regarded as an act of barbar ity by the American government It has been pretiy well established that Blanco is responsible for this piece of mediaeval cruelty and he will be held accountable for the lives of the prisoners The presi dent has sent a communication to Blanco substantially as follows The United States notifies the captain general of Cuba that if llobson and his men are not removed from the fortress which guards the harbor of Santiago and are killed through t...

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 — 23 June 1898

V rvt X assa rjB fc fe -- RILLED BY MARINES ONE HUNDRED SPANIARDSSLAIN IN A BATTLE Cnbans Co Operate with United States Forces and the Common Enemy la Completely Routcd Kightcen Fpan ieb Prisoners Captured Rout of the Dons A special cable from Mole St Nicholas describes Tuesdays battle at Camp Mc Calla Guanlanamo bay It says that more than 100 Spaniards lie dead as the result of the engagement Their fine equipment of Mauser rilles rifles that have picked off marines at long distances arc stacked in the American camp Two Cubans were killed in the fight and one American Private Walker of Company D -was slightly wounded in the ankle When the marines returned to camp af ter the battle they brought with them eighteen Spanish prisoners including a lieutenant something more than 100 rilles and about 10000 rounds of ammu nition fi The Americans weary of jungle war fare went into the enemys hiding place and inflicted disastrous punishment Capt Elliott Lieut Lucas and Lieut Bannou of Company ...

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 — 23 June 1898

W -- I 1 T i if ssiiiisffisssasassaaffiasgi T CONQUERING 52s a 53 SEJ J2rf 153 130 fSS ST S3 J 5 Si EE H RtJ PI FJ It was a pretty scenb -The trees had the abundance of verdant foliage that belongs to happy June the grass seemed more than usually rich Tnd green and the wild flowers more jau isfer before there was a rural bridge over a deep rushing stream that fed a mill dam some distauce be yond and roses clambered over the broken rails of the bridge and twined their wild tendrils about an old tree near by against which was a rustic seat On the rustic seat was another rose a very sweet and fresh and lovely rose in white muslin with a Marie An toinette fichu across her breast and knotted at the waist and a wide leg horn hat on her head that shaded her eyes so cleverly that no beholder could guess that tears were rising there from time to time and dropping on the white mull kerchief And this had happened so often that the rose might very well be said to be washed in dew Her name was K...

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 — 23 June 1898

V I T r ir A m rV L 1 -v h J THE ILLS OF WOMEN And How Mr3 Pinkhara Holps Overcome Them Mrs MAnrBoLLiNOEr1101 Marianna St Chicago 111 to Mrs Pinkham I have been troubled for the past two years with falling of the -womb leucorrhaa pains over my body sick headaches backache nervousness and weakness 1 tried doctors and various remedies without relief After taking two bottles of your Vegetable Com pound the relief I obtained was truly wonderful I have now taken several more bottles of jour famous medicine and can say that I am entirely cured Mrs IlExnvDoRn No SOGFindley St Cincinnati Ohio to Mrs Pinkham For a long time I suffered with chronic inflammation of the womb pain in abdomen and bearing down feeling TTas very nervous at times and so weak I was hardly able to do anything- Was subject to headaches also troubled with leucorrhcea After doc toring for many months with different physicians and getting no relief I had rrivrn nn ill lmn n VAtM 11 5u cm uuju ul uiriiijf well again when I...

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 — 23 June 1898

n m - C -ii -- I u wj i iiiuMti jiij 1 TiE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBEBT GOOD Editor -- - f f aad Publisher tail Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska fc0 Per XTear in Advance FUBLWHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Foatoffice at Valentine Cherry oounty Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until definiteorder to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Three months ago the citizens of 7 Valentine donated about 4000 fori the relief of starving Cubans Ac cording to reports in the daily press the donation did notleave the U S until Monday Three or four weeks ago the piesident called for 75000 more volunteers Up to date not a single company has been under the new tcall by mustered in Ve are told friends that a gen tleman gave us a good cussing at the depot Jast Sunday t night because ivcJfiad the temerity to say that hehad made an asVof himself the last time he was in town His foul mouth stopped for neither men nor women who were prese...

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 — 30 June 1898

IT- x - V fr J AU tt tp VOL XIII S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR work executed with promptness and accuracy Office at residence east of M E church VALENTINE NEB jt mm THIS AND THAT CominQ Event independence Day Juiy 4 Pppullst Convention July 9 Teachers Institute August 15 Cobs for sale at the mill Woodruff Ball was a Cody visitor in ftown thls week New potatoes are being sold by local market gardeners Farmers are marketing considerable new hay these days 820 feetOf new crossings have been laid in town this year Ja8 Hull expects to move into his new house next week The republican state convention will he held in Iineoln August 10 Mae Davenport is keeping books for Davenport Thacher this wees Ira Bovee of Thedford registered at the Valentin House Monday Wanted A girl to begin work on July 5 Enquire at The Donoher The county commissioners are al lowing bills at a great rate this week L W Handy and R Hansen traded farms Monday and each got a bargain Bob McQuade made final proof on bis home...

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 — 30 June 1898

K t V V Hi STATE 0F NEBRASKA NEWS OF VHE VEEK IN A CON HENS ED FORM - OfTiRTs Elected by the Grand Chap ten Order of the Eastern Star at Its Annual Meeting in Omaha Other Interesting Items Order of Eastern Star Nebraska grand chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held its annual session aat Omaha with a Rood attendance The election of officers resulted as follows 5rand warthy matron Mrs Eva M Hald win North Platte grand patron David U Iloward Lincoln associate grand matron Mrs Maud M Green -Genoa as sistant grand patron Charles Phelps Schuyler grand secielary Dr Eianor Jaiicy Omaha grand treasurer Mis ltoe McGivuin Fremont conductress Mrs Cora A Whilcniorc Neligh assist ant conductress Miss Anna E Peterson Omaha grand chaplain Kate Amble Lexington grand lec ttuess Alice E Lindsley Table Rock Iowa mand Adah 3lrs Anna Walder Neligh grand Ruth Jmogene Foster Nelson grand Esther -Jennie M Yennel Hartington Grand Martha Emily Compton Cedar Rapids Iowa grand Electa Maria -E Streeler Cr...

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