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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 June 1898

l CzZZiZ W5k - i8SSSK5gl55srWffjtiam fl uyiA rzSifii - iglE I V - I y I I - - ---- - J fi O A RUSTIC FOURTH f r r A O Fourth Julys the flnest day of any in the year At least thats how It allUB seems to me You bwcll your chest an take a breath and ihil youre breathln freer Ez though the air wuz full of liberty The craoklln o the crackers coin off by packs and packs The cannon booinin at the break o day sort ol bends a joyous little shiver up our backs An the only thing to boiler is hooray The big men of the country give us Patrick Ht nrys speech An then recite the Declaration too An the crowd throw up their hats an cheer with ardor after each Patriotic orator is through An tlien the silver cornet band the town ships joy and pride Insplrin airs appropriately play An the bangiu an the poppin start again on every side An the only thing to holler is hooray An after bit when darkness comes the fireworks fizz an spout An Chinese lanterns twinkle midst the tree An in the shadders pretty gir...

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 — 30 June 1898

1 t U N IP Hhntine fjenwcrxt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA TO CROSS THE OCEAN AMERICAN FLEET WILL ATTACK SPANISH COAST Commodore Watson Will Lead the t Expedition Sailed Monday to Join Sampson Flotilla Will Be Quickly Made Up and Started Will Go to Spain The navy department posted the follow ing Monday morning Commodore Watson sails today on the Newark to join Sampson when he will take under his command an armored squadron with cruisers and proceed at once off the Spanish coast The navy department bulletin shows Watsons squadron designated as the east ern squadron is as follows Flagship Newark battleships Iowa and Oregon cruisers Tosemite Yankee and Dixie colliers Scania Abarenda and Alexander The advance will be made at once from Santiago The bulletin also shows the following changes in the destination of the divisions of our war vessels North Atlantic fleet Rear Admiral Sampson commanding First squadron Commodore Howell commanding Sec ond squadron Commodore Schley...

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 — 30 June 1898

Hk T I 1 ABIT Iff I 11 Our Troops Land and Advance on Beleagured City 1 r SIEGE OP SANTIAGO tieavy Guns Placed So as to Force Fall of Cerveras Stronghold American Army of Invasion Arrives Off Suntiajro Marines Show Great KuthuBinsm When the Troopships Are fcijjhtecl Admiral Sampson Con fers with Gen Garcia on Board the Flagship Attempt to Assassinate Blanco in Havana Washington special The gratifying news comes that troops ut last have landed upon Cuban soil and active army operations have begun the previous occupation by the marines near Guantanaino having been made only for the establishment of a naval base and cable station From this time on stirring news may be expected Over two months have elapsed since Avar was declared but the army may now be said to have taken the field for the first time which will shortly leave Sampson and Schley free to operate in other directions The troops landed at two points to the east and west of the harbor entrance meeting Avith according to the 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 — 30 June 1898

v -a r father hurrying up the path that he was coming to get her to bug potatoes This knowledge caused her heart to swell in fierce rebellion If there was any one thing Peggydisliked more than another it was bugging potatoes She sighed and began to read with intense interest where she had left off a mo ment before Lady Alfredas beautiful golden hair was crowned with a tiara of sparkling diamouds Her slender white wrists were I 9nrrcrj - onti Peggy called Mr Hibbard peremptorily Her slender white wrists resumed Peggy were clasped with many brace lets each of which was set with pre cious stones amounting in value to many thousands of dollars Her taper fingers were Peggy do you hear called her father again Peggy gave one more regretful glance at the paper with its half page illus tration then arose and stalked out into the yard with sullen slowness Mr Hibbard went around behind the smokehouse whence he presently re turned with two old tin pails and two narrow wooden paddles which he se...

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 — 30 June 1898

i - fc I I T A 4 X tt r II n V- E o I J fl jy f i VTTV i 1 UPoF JV fc - a -T -- V CASTOR im W3 Tor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought -Bears the Signature of MR THE EXCELLENCE 6F SYEUP OF HAS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination butalo to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Svrcjp Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Svnrjp Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other par ties The high standing of the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of tiie excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys l...

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 — 30 June 1898

I I A V I - V o s V 1 K T ZV i ov irt S v j J Xi - cr s v t I v s Kvao vi - J I r t Ol T 1 oV o S J SV V X c J i S s A W v X v N x P i V V Nv V -e -A CP ir v 38 wgiw THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT gOBEKT GQQD Editor apd Publier PfficiaJL Pper of CJierry Comi ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY JHURSDA Entered at tbe Postoffioeat Valentine Cherry fBOiiiit Nebraska as Secoffd class matter At last a man has been found who is not ashamed to sign his name to an article in a local paper Talk of journalistic amenities How is this for a roast It appeared in the AinB worth papers over a farmers signa ture but we leave out the names I say again that is ther most vicious contemptible and invet erate liar thaciever seen in any state or country aim l oeiieve ne win ao anything that fee can hide or conceal tois word is no good m this neighbor hood as a rule and I think that I have got neighbors that are truthful honor able with good reputations that will Verify my statement Chronologicall...

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 — 7 July 1898

rr Kfl V A T -4 T i C 1 1 J r - t THE vol xnx S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness and accuracy Office at residence east of M E chorch VALENTINE NEB- THIS AND THAT Vmiiio Events Topulist Convention July 9 Teachers Institute AuRust 15 Cobs for sale at the mill I C Stotts was in town from Cody Sunday Harry Polks is clerking for W A Pettycrew C A Wells returned from Pine Eidge Saturday Samuel Ditto of Gillette Wyo was in town Sunday W S Gillaspie took in the celebra tion here Monday Mary Hurley spent the Fourth with her parents in ONeill Norval Pfunder is working for Jackson Braytonthis week The banks here are anxiously await ing a new supply of revenue- stamps Joseph Stolzie came over from Rose bud to spend the Fourth and Tisit his wife J E Burns of Rosebud was in town last week shaking hands with old friends Ettie R Huffman and H G Wall ingford were in town from Kennedy to spend the Fourth J TV Stetter is building a new barn to take the place of the one destr...

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 — 7 July 1898

V r r a Mwtetves Sj P fflhkntine democrat ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA EIGHT AT SANTIAGO GEN SHAFTRS FORCES BEGIN THE ATTACK Spanish are Driven from their In trcnchments after a Bloody Bat tleRetreat Into the City Amer ican Loss 400 Mostly Wounded The Fight at Santiago Washington July 1 Late tonight the war department received the following from Gen Shatter dated at Sihoney Had a very hot engagement today which lasted from 8 oclock a m till sun down We have carried their outworks and are now in possession of them There is now about three quarters of a mile of open ground between my lines and the city A By morning troops will be intrenched and considerable augmentation of forces will be there Gen Lawtons division and Gen Bates brigade which have been en gaged all day in carrying El Caney which was accomplished at 4 p m will be in line and in front of Santiago during the night I regret to say that our casualties will be above 400 Of these not many were killed Shafter...

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 — 7 July 1898

v Y v A r ii t i i io - i SJMM No More Sam RandalHsm The letter in -which Hon William J Stone of Missouri advised the evic tion of Harrity the Pennsylvania gold bug from the Democratic National Committee is a landmark in the his tory we are making as a country For year after year Samuel J Randall who was put to the front by the same element which put Harrity forward prevented the Democratic party from nptinsr on the tariff issue Those who thought they could do with Harrity what they did with Randall see now that they are dealing with new condi tions and with different men In writing to Chairman Jones Gov Stone says that many of the so called gold Democrats in the party are in a state of mutiny and are more disposed to co operate with the Palmer Buckner contingent to undo what was accom i pllshed at Chicago than they are jto co operate with the true Democracy in upholding it This is the vital point It is so vital that had there been any r nntinn tiinn flint nrtnoll v taken liad the 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 — 7 July 1898

fir It in 4 v ft sr LV a FOURTHAMEMQRABLE DAY The Entire Spanish Squadron Is Wiped Out C by Sampsons Fleet About 1300 Spaniards Taken Prisoners In cluding Admiral Cervera Bombardment of Santiago Postponed for a A--- V Short Time Only Washington July 4 The complato an nihilation of tho Spanl6h squadron at San tiago and the capture of the Spanish ad miral Cervera with 1300 prisoners the demand by Gen Shafter for the surrender of Santiago by 12 oclock tomorrow noon en pain of bombardment word from Ad miral Dewey that the Ladrone islands had been captured that a Spanish gtfnboat had surrendered that a hundred or more Spanish officers and men were taken and that our first Philippine expedition -had landed this is in part the thrilling record of such a Fourtn of July as has not been known since the bells of Independence hall rung out the tidings of American freedom It was a day when on mo mentous event followed another in con stant and rapid succession each hour bringing forth some new fe...

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 — 7 July 1898

II lr I I h T X A c J I i MER1TTT0MMILA Army Officer Governor General of the Philippines POWER OF A MONARCH New Chapter Opens in the History of American Administration Many Difficult Questions to Confront the New Military Government Ger man Interference May Complicate Matters Kvery Kfibrt Will Be Mode to Take the Philippine Capital With out Bombardment Beginning of a Colonial Kcgimc by the United States Washington special Major General Wesley Merritt gover nor general of the Philippine Islands sailed from San Francisco on Friday morning on board the Newport for Ma nila Ilis vessel brings up the rear of the third expedition which makes his total force thus far about 10000 troops About the same number of soldiers must still be sent out in order to All the com plement required for Gen Merritts pur poses In the meantime he is expected to land at Manila about July 23 and from J tnat moment a new regime will begrn for MAJ GEXERAT MERRITT the Philippines and a new chapter will open in the ...

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 — 7 July 1898

m r a 18 t m i it i V 1 131 f -UT 7 -II i LI T k - vu 1 MB W A m mmmfmmmmH0mmmmtifMitan THE ROSE 0 Lores star over EOea How pale anil faint thou srt Now lost now seen ahove Tliy white rays point and dart 0 tender oer her move Shine out and take my part 1 have sent her the rose of love And shut in the rose in my heart The fireflies glitter and rush In the dark of the summer mead Pale on the hawthorn bush Bright on the larkspur seed And long is heaven ailush To give my rose God speed If she breathe a kiss it will blush If she bruise a leaf it will bleed O bright star over Eden All beautiful thou art To day in the rose the rose For my love I have periled my heart Now eye the dj ing glows From the pJaeid isles depart The rose bathed planet knows It is hers my rose my heart -Century WITH THE PRICE OF BLOOD S OLA VEJAIi simple child of a guileless race believed in her very soul that wealth Avould outweigh in the heart of Antonio Mascavel the beauty of Refugio Garfias great and renowned th...

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 — 7 July 1898

L U I T J T it SINGULAR STATEMENT Prom Mrs Rank to Mrs Pirikham The following- letter to Mrs Pink ham from Mrs M Rank No 2354 East Susquehanna Ave Philadelphia Pa is a remarkable statement of re lief from utter discouragement She says I never can find words with which to thank you for what L ydia E Pink ham s Vegetable Compound has- done for me Some 3ears ago I had womb trouble and doctored for a long time not see ing any improvement At times I would feel well enough and other times was miserable So it went on until last October I felt something terrible creeping over me I knew not what but kept getting worse I can hardly explain my feelings at that time I was so depressed in spirits that I did not wish to live although I had everything to live for Ilad Hys teria was very nervous could not sleep and was not safe to be left alone Indeed I thought I would lose my mind- No one knows what 1 endured 1 continued this way until the last of February when I saw in a paper a testimonial of a ...

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 — 7 July 1898

I si I ij i Kill I l lUWHJfUW quel C J J1 THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher - Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty 3flebraka 100 Fer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Posfc oCce at Valentine Cherry ounty Nebraik 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 are paid In full On page 4 of this paper will be found complete account of the defeat of Cerveraa squadron by the American flleet Schley should be credited with the victory Shatter has surrounded Santiago de Cuba and only aweits the which are on the way to take the city The Third Nebraska is being rapid ly mustered in at Ft Omaha The American losses at Santiago number about 1800 killed and wound ed Among the killed is John TJhlricb a former Cherry county boy but for several years a soldier in the Sixth Cavalry According to the best ot our knowl edge and belief county warrants are not subject 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 — 14 July 1898

I L It- r T l r - 2 1ST V THE vol xrri J S ESTABROOK COUNTY SURVEYOR All work executed with promptness nnd accuracy Office at residence east of M E church VALENTINE NEB- THIS AND THAT Comina Events Democratic Convention July 23 Teachers Institute August 15 County Conimlssionera August 15 John Maxwell is working for The Donoher Prof L E Stuart of Cody is in town today F Y Sunderland of Brownbe was in town Tuesday Raymond Smith of Pine fiidge is in town this week 11 M Paddis of Pass was in Saturday on business J 11 Ayers of Crookston 1 - wr town spent Saturday night in town P E Wantz of Johnstown is in town today on business SE Williamson of Aberdeen S D was in town Tuesday W G Comstock and wife came in from the west this morning llev J G Sloan held services at the Presbyterian church Sunday Albert 2fenzel and Hans Osterman of Xenzel were in town Tuesday C E Colby of Madison S D reg istered at the Valentine House Mon- day Y G- Ballard is in town from Dew ey Lake looking after business...

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 — 14 July 1898

fflnhiiHne Mtmoirat ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA No particular ammunition Is furmsn ed the Spaniards by the forts being ground into powder A curious thing about that tax on Bleeping cars is that no mention is made of the porter Admiral Deweys ancestors have lived In Vermont over 100 years which is enough to make any man fight As tending to an increase of foreign trade in time we may trade some of these conauered islands for Ireland Cuba must be a queer country so far as climate is concerned the fall of San tiago occurs right in the middle of sum mer When sweethearts separate he going to the war there are some so prosaic as to call the final parting a kind of sou venir spoon After all style counts for a good Heal A young woman who always has prided herself on being a good Dresser has landed a Yanderbilt In Danbury Conn the other day a boy aged 71 eloped with a giddy miss of OS This shows what the unreasonable opposition of parents will do Likely enough therell be a ...

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 — 14 July 1898

i I II - T THE CONSUMER PAYS Pass it on to the consumer That is the rule with reference to tariff taxes It is the rule also as far as this can be made so with reference to extraordin ary taxes imposed for the purpose of the war Somebody else must pay It is required in the law that not only car riers shall stamp a bill of lading but that they shall see that it is stamped and canceled Shippers expected for a time that railroads would take the bur den on themselves but they do not pro pose to do so They prefer to have the shipper pay Some compromise may re sult but the prospect is in this case as in all cases that the burden will be placed on the shoulders of the ultimate person Congress requires that sugar and oil refiners doing a business of over 3250CC0 shall be taxed annually of 1 per centum on the gross amount on all receipts in excess of 20000 but these companies will not pay the tax except In a formal way They will as they an readily do increase the price of their products The 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 — 14 July 1898

i i f 1- I 1 i t a 15 nil I U I i I I J r i W Is Hfc Si i 8 ft f 54 PJ i1t P li v IT I Ta rl hi CI y SI hsa ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD DYING LIKE SHEEP STARVATION CLAIMS MANY IN HAVANA DAILY Madrid Finally Sees the Hopeless ness of the Conflict with the United States Peace Idea Gains Strength Daily Other Items Dying Like Sheep A Kingston dispatch of Monday last says The Talbot arrived from Havana with twenty three passengers including Sir Alexander Gollan British consul and Higgins vice consul Jerome was left in charge of the consular office Gollan and Higgins on leave are proceeding to Eng land Passengers report that only well to do people can survive in Havana Poor people are dying like sheep It is no un common sight to see them fall dead in the streets The price of food is prohibitive Buscuits are 10 cents apiece bread 50 cents a pound rice 49 cents a pound corn flour 28 cents The soldiers are on half rations and the barracks are full of starving women and ...

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 — 14 July 1898

i i T r r FIBAYfflMG Results as Glorious as Eve Graced a Nations Annals SMASHED BY SCHLEY Commodore Personally Directed Spanish Armadas Destruction Further Details of the Destruction of the Spanish Squadron Castilian Crews Foujjht with Drunken Frenzy Blanco Ordered the Admiral to Make the Dash Thrilling Incidents of the First Great Battle in Which the Spaniards Were Driven from Their Defenses WMlrlnjrton special The fighting by land and soa around Santiago sheds new lustre on American arras It is a story of marvelous heroism a fearlessness that overawed the foe and of unvarying success On sea the vic tories were bloodless On land hundreds of brave men sacriGced their lives and other hundreds will go through life maim ed The nation owes the dead and the living everlasting honor for upholding the American reputation for valor for from the landing of the army at Baiquiri the I i r Ww o COMMODORE W 8 SCHXET advance to Santiago was one continuous success The Spaniards were strongly in tr...

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 — 14 July 1898

i Ft I si L N i 8 U yi A 0 f R2 i 09 i a h 14 T N i lU J r tTt sa M fl NK it M V SURGEON GENERAL STERNBERG He Will Carcf ally Look After Our Sick unci Wounded Soldiers The medical service of Uncle Sams army is brought prominently into pub lic notice now that our soldiers are in the fiJd This is the branch that must look after the sick and wounded and it is of prime importance that the head of the department should be well fitted for the onerous duties that fall upon his shoulders Surgeon General George II Sternberg is JO years old but does not look his age He served during the civil war as a surgeon and won great distinction Since then he has been continuously serving with the army both in Indian campaigns and yellow lever epidemics He has studied the best methods for preventing yellow fe ver in diTercut countries where it has been prevalent lias icpresented this country at international sanitary con ferences and is a member of leading medical organizations here and abroad He has pu...

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