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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 14 January 1897

i r i IV 4 fc H rt try X ly Always on Hand Washington correspondence wit mYiKZSk Tf H fa mtwi sssssneasssc VISIT THE CAPITOL TYPES OF THOSB WHO FREv QUENT THE BIG BUILDING PeopleWho Haunt Concrcsaional Lob bies arid Corridors Seeking Audience with Mcinher from Their Home Distrfct Hopeful and Hopeless iVi I LL sorts and con- riff inns nf mpn 1 V and women visit the Capitol in the course of a day on pleasure or business bent but there iare some types of charac ter that may be said to be chronically and epidemic ally prevalent there The old habitue of the build inn comes to know them by the cut of their jib as the sailors 6ay The persons themselves may change but the types they represent do not Death and the mutations of time or circumstances may shift the actors them selves but their parts are always repre sented and the play is constantly on the boards All day long they surge through the Capitol on the stream of humanitythat sweeps along the corridors or remain sta tionary in niches ...

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 January 1897

AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK TEEATY IS A FACT JOHN BULL AND UNCLE SAM HAVE AGREED Arbitration Agreement Has Been Signed by the British Ambassador and Secretary Olncy House Kills the Pacific Road Bill Treaty Is a Fact The last step aside from the ratification of the tTeaty by the congress of Venezuela necessary to give effect to the Venezuelan arbitration agreement between the United States and Great Britain has been com pleted by the formal assent of King Oscar of Sweden to the clause of the arbitration convention which makes him final arbi trator in case the other members of the tri bunal are unable to agree The congress of Venezuela meets in February It is understood that they are not potent enough to prevent the ratification of the agree ment The proposition for a general arbitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain is now an accomplished fact The treaty unlike the Venezuelan agree ment must be submitted to the United States senate for approva...

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 January 1897

h V y U E v tt y JW THE STATE CAPITAL WHAT THE NEBRASKA LEGISLA TURE IS DOING France T Ransom Is President of the Senate ami Tames Caflin or Saun ders County Was Elected Speaker of the House Legislature in Session The start of business in the scnato was accomplished in a very few nionuMifs at Lincoln on Tuesday Lieutenant Gover nor Moore called the members to order and Senator Unwell r Douglas moved the election of 1 It Hunter of Omaha as secretary pro torn 1raycr was offered by Kcv II T Dais of Lincoln On motion of McGann ofloone a committee of five on credentials was appointed The only notice of contest was filed by John Jeffcoat of Douglas who formally announced through the committee that he would like to occupy the chair now warmed by Sen ator Evans of Omaha A committee then escorted Chief lust ice Post to the senate chamber and the oath of office was ad ministered to the senators Proceeding with the permanent organ ization IJowell of Douglas acting as sec retary of the fusion c...

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 January 1897

m i VJOLETS BLUE He sent her dainty violets 0 Tied Tip with ribbon white And in between the silver steins He hid a note from sight With these ho wrote in manly phrase I send my heart to you And if you care to keep it love Then wear the violets blue s Before the gilded cheval glass She donned her satin gown Prom shoulders white and slender waist Its richness rippled down In fohs of flame along the floor She trailed its crimson hue I cannot wear his flowers to night Alas that they are blue Behind the little withered stems With silken ribbon tied Too well the velvet blossoms kept Their secret till they died Two colors more the spinster Fate Into her shuttle threw The crimson of a satin gown The violets tender blue Truth THEMIMIGHTWATCfl It was during the time of my connec tion with the Blankborough police force that the incident related in the follow ing lines occurred Although there is nothing startling in the details and the unraveling pfthe mystery with which they deal required no g...

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 — 14 January 1897

tV ft H r Ln vr l I A i rf A -I i i u fflt 1 fl 4 h tfc i PARALYSIS DIABETES AM DROPSY 60METHING FROM SOUTH DA KOTA fitepben T Seymour of Tyndall Bon Homme County Gives Ills lxperi ence nutl Asks Advice From tho Journal Detroit Mich The following communication is from Tyndall S D and was lately received by Dr Williams Medicine Companv Tyndall S D Sept 10 1SJJG Dr Williams Med Co SchenectadyN Gentlemen I wish to tate that in 1SSS I began to suffer with diabetes and for four years or until 1802 was under the care of a physician who declared I was cured Early in 1814 1 began to bloat a good deal my kidneys Avere feverish and did not do their work urination was painful my hearts action was impaired and 1 had a penornl sense of suffocation nnd chronic roiistipalloirMy dreams were troubled my digestion being so bad that I could only sleep a few minutes and I would often wake with my limbs numb and feel as though 1 were going to die I was of course unable to do any work for though not conf...

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 — 14 January 1897

M it ti LJ Jil S A i V 5 u rr mrnmi M t varoMtVtouifumm T C HORNBY Oackson Day Jan 8th was celebra tedby the democrats of Valentine and Cherry county by the appointment of WKTowne judge to succeed Wal cottresigned Every democrat in the county wiilf rejoice to learn that Uncle 3Dick secured the plum and now when people4want to engage in litigation Uhey will surely come to Towne The Eushville Standard says that by order of postmaster Coffierdsof Je Ridge Geo Lovekin has constructed picket fence around the giave of the once famous Sitting Bull This noted chief who was the leader in the Custer massacre took a hand in the Pine Ridg8 Indian war of 1890 and 91 and was8hoty the Indian police on Wounded Knee where he was buried His resting place is now to be enclosed by a picket fence just like -common people Tn the proceedings of the county commissioners of Brown county as published in the Amsworth Home -Rule last week occurs the following I -sentence Bond of E M Davisson county attorney -a...

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 — 21 January 1897

V h f 1 J m h m mi i t Pi Ur K r t h I If tt F h i - f i 1 h 11 i j I sN iX - - nptTrji VOL XL f THIS AND THAT Camlna Events Farmers Institute Jan23 Groundhog Day Feb i School Houso Bond Election Feb 5 1 St Valentines Day Feb 14 A O U W Supper Feb 22 Washingtons Birthday Feb 22 School bond election February 5 Albert Nenzel was in town ycster day E J McLaughlin of Georgia is fti town Ed Clarke was in Cody on business lftst Monday Bennett Irwin was in town on fensi e Tuesday Jas Childera was down from Gody Tuesday on business Will Tate spent a few days weSa hia pRrenU here this week Wakted Freah milch caw at onc8 Enquire at The Dohoher Bert Martin repent Sunday w6h his prents and others in Ainswortn John Smyser will go to Ainsworthvto buy horsea one weeefrom Saturday -All the boysaay that life t SPhe Donoher thlsweekis not wbatat used 3obe Charley Carey and Frank Jft are up from Ltongpraeto help out m the ice gang ST l innJis putting the fiaiahiug touches on Dr Lewis - store building ...

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 — 21 January 1897

f Ughe faletifine democrat SUCCESSOIl TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editoh Viiop VALENTINE NEBRASKA A Xew York clergyman who recently conducted a Sunday morning service on Black wells Island learned that there are at present fifteen college graduates wearing the stripes In that penitentiary Twenty two turkey gobblers at New Brunswick X J attacked a tramp who had entered their lnclosure with felonious intent and when he got away he had no turkey nor as much clothes or cuticle as when he started in There is no royal road to wealth ana there is no way to shoe a horse except to nail on the shoe So says a black smith and in proof of his assertion he states that while nearly 200 patents have issued for horseshoes and 6000 paid into the patent office at Washings ton not one of the inventions has ever been used Nearly everybody learns to do some thing nowadays The man or woman of fashion usually plays on some musi cal instrument or recites The newest thing however is the mast...

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 — 21 January 1897

I I m - i i i Bii V f k ip MALL LOSS BY EIRE INSURANCE MEN ARE MILLIONS AHEAD 1ear Jnst Past Has Been a Favorable One for Tlieru Amount of Property Consumed in the Twelve Months Will Not Kxceed 130000000 Total Income Not Diminished The officers and stockholders of the fire insurance companies doing business in the United States can look back upon the year 1S9G with satisfaction for it was one of imnciml rrrrA 1 tl mwl limsnorih for I them At the beginning of December men who had kept tab upon the fire losses for the year felt safe in predicting that -unless some very big fires occurred before Jan 1 1S97 the insurance companies -would have had a great year for profits The losses from fire in the United States during the year will probably not amount to more than 130000000 and large as this sum is it will be the smallest since 1890 The losses in that year footed up S10S993792 In 1S91 the sum rose to 143704967 in 1892 it grew again to 15151G098 and it reached its highest figures in 1S9...

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 January 1897

r gSf asjasatsHBK THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY - LAND OMEJS ULTIMATUM TELLS PERU SHE HAS WAITED LONG ENOUGH Grows Out of the McCord Outrage Eleven Years Ago Cuban General Tells How Gen Maceos Body Was Recovered Soapmaker Kirk Dead Peru Must Pay Up The administration has determined that Peru shall pay a claim for 200000 growing out of the outrage committed in 1885 upon Y H McCord a consul of the United States A cable dispatch has been sent to Mr McKenzio United States minister stationed at Lima directing him to inform the Peruvian government that the case must be settled without delay The cruiser Philadelphia is now on its way to Callao from Valparaiso The au thorities say her presence in Peruvian waters has nothing to do concerning the MoCord claim but that her arrival at Cal lao immediately after the presentation of a strong note by McKenzie Is expected to have a good moral effect During the revolution in Peru In 1885 McCord who was a railroad agent was ordered to place 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 January 1897

h 7 I i I U OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor SUagAHolcomb Lieutenant Governor James E Harris Secretary ol State WF Porter Treasurer JNMeserve Auditor JohnF Cornell Cora Lands and Building Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantlne J Smvth Supt Public Instruction W It Jackson f ItA Hadley Scojla 1 C WKaleymRed Cloud Regents University J Shos Rawlins Wakef id 1 Cbas Weston Hay Spgs 1 H L Goold Ogaialfa LCH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Kspresentatlvcs First DIsti let Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second I 11 Mercer Omaha Third feoDMciklejnlin Fuller ton Fourth E J Hai jjfr Aurora Fifth Wm It Andrews Hastings Hfxtli O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norvil Chief Justice fiarrison and Poll associates Fifleenth ludlcial District- M P Kinkaid ONeill Wn Westover Rusliville LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Blllincs Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Spririgvlew LAND OFFICE Register C R Glover Receiver J A...

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 January 1897

r s - - - -- nf m ydawfipgWgWgS5gSllg5aHgaft2 GRANDMA When grandma puts ker glasses on And looks at me just so If I bad done a naughty thing Shes sure somehow to know How is it she can always tell So very very very well She says to me Yes little one Tis written in your eye And if I look the other way And turn and seem to try To hunt for something on the floor Shes sure to know it all the more If I should put the glasses on And look in grandmas eyes Do you suppose that I should be So very very wise Now what if I should find it true That grandma bad been naughty too But ah what am I thinking of To dream that grandma could Be anything in all her life But sweet and kind and good Id better -try myself to be So goodthat when she looks at me With eyes so loving all the day Ill never want to turn away MOLLIES DOUBLE If a man ever loved a woman faith fully and with all bis heart I loved Molly Toppington just as truly It had only been a matter of a couple of months since she bad promised Avit...

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 January 1897

IV4 k t W i I i l l V f ri r r 1 r r lw w B fo It ha rsr s ij M i rA IT If u tf i 9 fc COVEEED WITH SORES I FACE AND ft r s fl S iSysSrCS IIPI SJBraf mm m m II J JISaS 2 ta 1 to 5 dri I Qarantced VI fz rr l Dot to stristurr tzHlnnutt contigioa vo fjp THROAT VERE FECTED IP ggMIs iJdodH Famnparilla Curco DJBcase Completely Eradicated by This Great Medicine The fact that Iloods Sarsaparllla has power to cure a great variety of dis eases is due to its peculiar combination proportion and process which enables it thoroughly to purify -the blood A great variety of diseases are caused by impurities in the blood and it is by re moving these impurities that Hoods Sarsaparllla strikes at the root of the disease and effects a positive cure where other medicines only relieve the symptoms Hoods Sarsaparilla has done a great good In my family My wifes throat was in a terrible condition being cov ered all over with sores The roof of her mouth was also affected and there was a hole in the right side...

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 January 1897

m Ii I i -fin mr mi PS MONARCH IDE VALENTINE OOMAT SUCCESSOR ft CORY COUNTY ISOEPEtfJENL 80IEIT GOOD Editor aad Publisher Mitefot Paper mf Cfcerry Comi ty NebvMlta PVBUiHED EVEE THUJWDAl tlere tt tb roflt offlee at Val rutins Cherry Befenius Beccaa ciass maoer Thi paper will be mail ed regularly to iU subscribers until a dHnit order to 4tecoBCinu is received ar rears Sir paid to full JLirert sing rates 50 jents par inch ptt sontfc gates per c lumn or for iMif time ads made kno ivn on appli cation tthlifice Cherry county is blefd Itr stt of o cils than i my other eaan tyiottostett OtsEfea ssks 550000- for theTrans BiMiisippi exposition The legisla tor skoukL not appro priste more than 1200000 Wk any sofc of tnex attempt boycott against an institution or nerdy becauee it doesnt represent tkeir political princi pies that institu 4o or firmgeneralijp crakes a suessss of baeinee Arbuofcles and tlte sugar trust re lighting nch ether ianljoit now sd th price of coffee and augar keep droppi...

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 January 1897

V fet i J 4 v J A i r f if N - THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XII THIS AND THAT Cemitia Eventa Farmers Institute Jan 30 Groundhog Day Feb i School House Bond Election Feb 5 Hi Valontines Day Feb 14 A O V W Supper Feb 22 Washingtons Blrthday Feb 22 School bond electioa February 5 B O Goodrich of Cody waB in town Saturday John Steinbrecher was down from Ripley Monday 8aiurday night Frank Zerung of Norden ws on our streets last Friday Joseph McCloud of Simeon was town Monday on business Hans of Georgia was town on business last Friday The brick work on the ndianschool buildings is about completed A vote for school bonds is vote give employment to home labor Wanted Fresh milch cow bnce Enquire at The Dohoher Tas Rav is once more able to at be around Uwn without assistance L Geldfaammer of Rushville regis tered at the City Hotel Saturday R T Fauver of south of Wood Lake was in town Monday night David McConaha was up from Brown county ou business Tuesday John Brown came over from the agency T...

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 January 1897

- KTWSS TT - SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JSditok PoP VALENTINE NEBRASKA Times are never good enough to Jus tify pneumatic banking The Kentucky authorities seem dis posed to grant too many belligerent rights to the lj nching bees It costs this country 100000000 a year to support its criminals This of course includes those in jail only nor those in office The persistence of the Maceo life ru mor is enough to make one believe that perhaps John Browns Body also has been sprung prematurely A writer in an English review asserts that only 10 per cent of the worlds population ever sit down That must account for the prevalence of that tired feeling White Ghost the Sioux chief is In Washington to get 200000 from the treasury for his tribe It is a safe bet that the Sioux chieftain is the only ghost that will walk however The Bradford Pa Star says We visited Dr Holts office yesterday and saw some astonishing things among them a silver dollar This is a great year for t...

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 January 1897

K if J h P ID V P r i n VK i v K u ST B PROTECTION AND BOUNTIES The logical insult of a policy of di rect tariff protection instead of one which frames n tariff for revenue pur poses while not discriminating against home products protected incidentally by the tariff levied for revenue was seen in the demands made upon the ways and means committee at yester days hearings Hitherto the manufacturers had their Innings and with hardly an exception hey wanted higher duties upon articles coming into competition with them while looking with disfavor upon any increase of duties on the raw materials of their manufactures The producers of raw materials however made it plain that they are not to be ignored What is the raw material of the one in dustry is the finished product of anoth er and the one is as much entitled to protection as the other About the great agricultural staples no class of manufacturers had anything to say Presumably they wanted these to be as cheap as possible so that they ...

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 January 1897

i i jsMcasfiatfSaaagX3are - V gfeWggJl HE DAYS DOM SUMMARY OP LATE NEWS BY WIRE ST0M OP WIDE RANGE ADVICES FROM ALL OVEH THE COUNTRY Meroury Goes Below the Record Breaking Temperature 1b Chicago on Monday Much Suffering Re ported in Some Sections General Storm News The following dispatches -were all re ceived under date of Monday January 25 1807 Chicago t From the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic seaboard and from Winnipeg to Galveston an area of low temperature almost unprecedented in extent and sever ity prevails Advices show there is much suffering in the large cities and in some of the agricultural sections InChicago Mon day the temperature was lower than either Sunday or the day before Sunday the mercury registered the lowest mark in the history of the weather bureauhere This morning the government thermometer marked 20 degrees below at 8 oclock and was stationary with noTeliefin sight Denver It is 10 below here At some joints in the state the temperature dropped 70 degrees in f...

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 January 1897

kf K l j F w fr If I5 IV w r V V b RN S i i A- -A V V OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TTB Governor BUmAHoIcoto Ucutonfcat Govror JatdftE Bum ecrkryt State VW POfter Treasurer JNMeierve Auditor Join F Cornell Com Lands and Bulldlngu Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General CoBstantlneJiiurtb Bupt Public Instruction W RJaokfion fEAHadley 8doflA Regents University Secretary W 8 Jackson Clerk I v w JUUeymKcq uiua JShos Rawlins Wakefld I Cbas Weston Hay 8gs I H L GooldCtiU 10 H Morrill flKcbln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Tburaton Omaha Representatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Kecond D H Mercer Omaha Ihlrd Geo D Mclklejohn Fullerton Fourth E J Ba nr Aurora Fifth Wm ic Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Nerval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M T Klnkald ONeill W H Wcstover RuBhvtlle LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billings Nordcu Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Sprliigview LAND 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 January 1897

If 1 V i - 3Gfi1 v mvt a THE MVbRlUINS3333 S5S5SSSS BANK MYSTERY d tMJglSi come judge to ask if youll let IVE tell you what no one on earth dont know but me bout that bank mystery Tes thank you I will sit down A fire feels good on a night like this Taint often such as I have a chance at this kind of comfort and luxury What do I know about the bank mys tery Land sakes judge time they opened the bank that day ten years ago and found the bank vault broke into and the safe blowed up and not a dol lar gone I could have told it all The people of Tiverton aint done talking and wondering bout it yet and there aint never been no one livin as could tell what it all meant but me I brought some papers here they are judge where its all written down and I can swear to it if you like I dont want them never used though unless I die and something comes up as would make it best for my family to know though theres this in it Id rath er die than have em know If its all the same to you judge Id like to ...

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