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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 18 February 1897

f V 1 v 4 te u r v iEfi T mi n rR 15 s T X pfcr BUNCOED DEMOCRATS We now have the assurance not only President elect McKinley but also Mark A Hanna and Thomas G 2latt and other less great and con spicuous Republican leaders that a change in the tariff is the thing that the people decided at the last election and that more protection to the monopolies engaged in manufacturing enterprises is what the incoming ad- ministration is bound to devote itself to Strange as it may seem to those few Democrats who helped the Republican party to achieve victory in November the financial question was not an issue then and there is consequently no ne cessity for even discussing it now Mr Hanna who had something to say un doubtedly about sound mouey is sure of that and Thomas Collier Via it who certainly did do a good deal of talking about the paramount import ance of the gold standard during the campaign have both come out Hal footed within the past weeic in favor of suppressing all reference for o...

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 — 18 February 1897

AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK THE POWERS TO ACT FOREIGN FLEETS HAVE REINFORCED BEEN WW LUcly Prevent a Clasfc Be the Greeks and Turks Ca nadian Opinion of the Depression in the United States The Powers to Act There was not much change in the situa tion at Canea Crete Monday morning The foreign consuls and the archives of the consulates remained aboard the foreign warships The Christian governor of Crete Cteroviteh Pasha Is on board the Russian Tnan of war and the Greek consul is on koard a Greek warship Skirmishing be tween the Mussulmans and Christians around the town continued incessantly with little advantage to either Skirmishes were also in progress at Hulfa Messages of importance have been exchanged be tween the admirals and their home govern ments All the foreign fleeta have been reinforced The Mussulmans are now practically confined to Canea Retimo and Herakllon Some Greek vessels are off the Island of Milo It is understood the foreign admi rals have receiv...

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 — 18 February 1897

b i r f fe V pz ev OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE TOovornor Silas A Holcomb nuicuttiii uoybi nor uames is Hams tecrfctary of State WFPortcr ireaiurer 1 v Mnoonm AUdltOr Tnim W Pnrnoll Com Lands and Buildlngu Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General ConstantlneT Smyth 8upt Public Instruction W It Jackson II A Hadley Scojla I C W KaleymRed Cloud Hegents University Shos IlawllnBWakefld 1 Chas Weston Hay Spgs IHLGoold Ogaialfa LCH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen tMadlsoa John M Thurston Omaha Kspresentatlves First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third GeoDJIelklejohnFullcrton Fourth E J Hai nr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth 0 M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P KInkald Ocelli W H Westover Rushvllle LEGISLATIVE Hepresrntative Fifty second District 0 P Bllllnps Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz fiprtngvlew LAND OFFICE Redstpr C R Glover Longplne Recei...

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 — 18 February 1897

THE UNBROKEN HEART Ho was sitting at the window avd his little nose was Hat As ho pressed his face to kiss me with his lips against the pane Then I hour but without kissing in vex ation seized my hat It had jostled and I knew that I would barely catch the train Camo just faintly Papa kiss me as I hurried out the gate But my lime was all to scanty and I really couldnt wait For I heard the distant whistle and I know that I was late And my work accumulating in the town TJe was silting at the window and as town ward rolled the train I looked back to see the house and into distance watched it pass And I knew that he was crying with his little might and main Tor the kiss I hadnt time to press against the window glass I could see him with his choo choos quite disowned upon the iloor And his wooden blocks forgotten and my parent heart grew sore And I thought Dear God what what if I should never see him more At the window when I started for the town He was sitting at the window and his cry a...

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 — 18 February 1897

i M li frLCX Q 9 e Ph s Bw la g a PSPfiDC ueitsbg A T mm M ae 35 Fo spriip Jt is a trying season If it finds your hlood impure imj ovcrished weak and thin you will he tred dull tanguid and an easy victim of disease Do not wait till these troubles overtake you Take a course of Hoods Sarsaparilla now This medicine will lit you For Sprang It will make your blood rich pure and nourishing c ure that tired nervous feel ing enable you to sleep civo you a good appetite Thousands have been saved from or cured of disease and thousands are kept In good health to day by Hoods Sarsapa rilla It will do as much for you Sarsaparilla Is tho Best In fact tho One True Blood Purifier Hrtnc Pilfc curc Liver 1JS y to 11UUJ I tll2 take easy to operate 25c An Absrnt lUindccl Lord A certain noble lord who shall be nameless during his journey north on t political mission changed his cos tume for a full highland rig out in tending it as a delicate compliment to the land of the kilt But when he Iook 5dsat hims...

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 — 18 February 1897

i - - r i - -- - in -- - i 1HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT acccniBo to CHERRY COUNTYINDEPENBEHT 20BT GOOi Editor aife Publisher Ollitfisl Pitper of Cherry ty Xdbraskfe lO0 2cr Tear in Advance PimiUHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered attUe rout-office-at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as 8ftctfad dass matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until adefinite order to discontinue is received and all roars art paidln full Advert slug rates 50ccuts per inch per month Kates per -column or for long tinifl ads made known on appli cationto this office AccoiUing to a bulletin recently is- Bued by the agricultural department the tdtsA American jcora crop last year was 2S3000000 bushels the largest ever raised Andyetpeople in India are dying by the thousand The proposed duty on imported cat Jte which is heralded abroad as a con cession and benefit to cattle raisers is a -great tfraud -The dressed beef trust -controls the price offceof also railroad Jratesnd a duty on cattle will only place...

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 — 25 February 1897

y m i A t IV w 1 11 Ill t61 U Lf v Wa t V Vi kpm i THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comino Events Lent osRlns March 9 Assessors meetlnj -March 16 County CommiBsionenj March 16 tft ltrlcka Day March 17 District Court March 22 haSCur SundayApril 18 Sign the petition A C Graddy of Borden was rfa town Monday Matt Houses UttlR girl has been tjulte ill this week For Rent Gooil farm Enquire f G H Q Smith 4 It wont be long now until ita time 2or spring elections The Leora Lwe Comedy Co is aid to be headed this way T C Hornby istaKing an invoice of atock on hand this week A M Gharbonneau was over from the reservation Monday Sheriff Strong went to Lavaca on -official business Monday C R Glover went to Longpine on business yesterday doming Attorney D H Thurston is visiting mong friends at Crookston Blankets and comforters at greatly reduced prices at McDonalds 5 F H Baumgartel drove down from Crookston yesterday morning Ed Asay of Kushvillewas in town -on his way to Chicago yesterd...

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 — 25 February 1897

U asREWU S2E TSjsmwfaaiamfwiuimmm MnsagSggs jlw ahntine jglemocmt successor to CHEKKY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Kditok PROP VALENTINE - NEBRASKA A New York lawyer has been over come by gas He wasnt 6aying a word at the time either A New Orleans contemporary says that Chicago doesnt pack anything worth while except pork Arent pri maries worth while A young and pretty girl in Minneapo lis has been holding up the boys late ly The new woman evinces a dispo sition to reverse things everywhere A New York scientist says he has made an analysis of love Some day a dear girl with no scientific training whatever will make a paralysis -of his theory The Kansas City Journal is quite right in spirit when it sajs that Miss Frances Willard could illy lie spared but that word illy -would easily be spared without a regret Thieves threw a hook and line througli an open window of a house at Monterey Mexico and stole the bed clothes under which the owner of the house was sleeping An Abilene Kan...

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 — 25 February 1897

f mr - - - FOMP AND STARVATION When the military academy bill was before the Senate the other day ob jection was made to an amendment to pay the transportation and subsistence of the West Point military cadets dur ing their visit to the capital on the occasion of the inauguration of Mr McKinley Mr Gray of Delaware opposed the amendment and in the debate which followed Senator Allen of Nebraska and Stewart of Nevada made some sharp thrusts at the extrav agant preparations being made for in ducting Mr McKinley into olfiee with great pomp and display The cost of the inauguration parade and festivities will run into millions The ceremony of taking the oath of office will make Mr McKinley the President of the United States and this could be done without any gorgeous pomp or the expenditure of millions Moreover such a ceremony would be more in keeping with the simplicity oa republic whereas the preparations HpS under way smack more of the furore made over the coronation of the Czar than t...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 25 February 1897

t ryiTf if mw ifwrswJji asr THE WORLD OYER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAND GREEK CAMP SHELLED INSURGENTS ARE BOMBARDED BY FOREIGN FLEETS Some of the Shells Fall Into the City of Canea and a Number are Said to Have Been Killed Flag of Greeoo Still Flies Over the Place Greek Camp Is Shelled Later reports as tothe bombardment by the foreign fleets of the insurgent camp near Crete are to the effect that the English men of war opened the bombardment and the others followed The Kaiserin Augus ta fired mellinite shells The commander of the Greek man of war Hydra cleared for action in case the necessity should arise Some of the shells1 fell in the town of Canea raising clouds of dust It is rumored that several persons were killed and wounded When the firing ceased the Greek tlag was flying over the insurgent camp News of the bombardment of the insur gent camp near Canea by the warships Sunday caused tremendous excitement in Athens Ifr is said great damage was done the Christian camp and that se...

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 — 25 February 1897

b s t N k 1 v X ny V V t - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE PiEF39rvK siiMAHoicomfc Lltatoout Governor Janies E Harrii gecrettry or State WF Porter ifeurer J N Meserve Auditor Jobn F Cornell Com Lands and Bulldlngii Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General ConstautlneT Smvtn oiipi instruction W R Jackson Regents University fllAIIadley Scojla I C W KaleymRed Cloud Shna Rltvllnc WolafM Cbas Weston Hay 8pga IHLGooId Ogamlfa CH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senatois Win V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha representatives First DIsti let Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geo 1 Mclklejohn Fullerton Fourth E J Hal iiir Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald ONeill W H Westover Rushvillc LFGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District 0 P Bllllncs Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Sprlngvlew LAND OFFICE Register C R Glover Longpine Receive...

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 — 25 February 1897

KYMnWlM V m i i ii Map of Cuba Showing Disposition of Spanish and Cuban Troops and All Important Operations to Date Under Cuban Occujatkh v CUBAN WAE BEYIEW TWO YEARS OF LITTLE FIGHTING RESULT WITH History of the Presdrit Uprising Story of the stormy Island from Its Discovery Topographical and Climatic Conditions A kaiid of Rebellion Nearly two years have elapsed since the Cubans declared that they would no longer endure the yoke of Spain Mil lions of dollars have been expended dur ing that time both in the maintenance of irmies and the destruction of the proper ty of the people of the war swept island GABCIAS HORRIBLE TORTURE Feb 24 1S95 is the date upon which the insurgents declared their independ ence and before the end of the month martial law had been proclaimed in Ha vanaTose IVIarti was placed at the head of the provisional government and Gen Maximo Gomez had arrived in Cuba to begin operations TneTiistory of the island runs coinci dent with our own and is therefore inter est...

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 — 25 February 1897

i i V ffH aja four blood Words of wisdom at thfs season During the winter months Im purities have been accumulating in your blood owing to diminished perspiration close confinement and other causes These impurities must now be expelled Now is the time to purify YoiirB lood By taking a course of Hoods Sarsaparilla Thi medicine makes pure rich nourish ing blood It thoroughly eradicates the dangerous poisons with which the blood is loaded It invigorates the system and builds up and sustains all the organs by leeding them upon pure rich blood Sarsaparilla Is tlio best in tact the Ono True Blooi Purifier Hnorle OiIIc act harmoniously with Iloods Sarbuparllla The Coyotes Were Too Cute An n musing Incident occurred the other day on the Lemon farm near Garfield Wash Burt Lemon and nn employe of the farm were plowing when they came across three young coyote pups which had not yet opeued their eyes While they were ing them the old ones appeared and approached to within fiitj yards Mr Lemon we...

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 — 25 February 1897

r WGXVSXVnKSaiiU1 wniMiw55SS x T VALENTINE SEMOGRAT MJCCE980U TO CHERfr COUNfY UiOtfENDENT 3BEBT GOfJD Eoifcc and Publianer - Ulcial Paper ofherry Cttuci Z100 JPer Yetcr in Advanc rUBLUsHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine Cherrj -county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper willbe mailed regularh to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar tears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known n cation to this Office In South3 Dakota Senator Kyle was elected to succeed himself thus down- ing Fettigrew The correspondence department of The Democrat will receive more at tention in the future than it has tn the lipJtst One week from today McKin ley will be inaugurated president of these United States and thee prosperity will get in its work One hundred members of thcGAR die every day Time 4s carrying off the veterans faster in the nineties than- bullets did in 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 — 4 March 1897

Hi I V n THE VAL VOL towu Monday and Citv Hotel THIS AND THAT Comina Events Louva tho Pauper Friday March C 1897 Assessors meeting March IB County Commissioners March 16 ft Patricks Day March 17 District Court March 22 fcaatcr Sunday April 18 Sign the petition Miss E I Mills has rent registered house to C H McCrea of Sparks has moved into town Kobert O J oirea was over from Bor den Tuesday Alex Dobson of Merriman was in town Tuesday J G DuBois of Omaha was in town Saturday Ceo Coleman came down from Cody Monday evening Miss Ella Stilwill of Simeon was in town Tuesday For Rent Goed farm Enquire of G H Q Smith 4 E Dwyer of Huron S D arrived in town this morning E Sparks went to Omaha on busi ness Monday morning Blankets and comforters at greatly deduced prices at McDonalds 5 Wm Krotter of Stuart lumber and hardware dealer is in town today Dont miss reading the article dip ped from the Newport Republican Bert Martin went home to Ains worth on a visit Monday afternoon Miss Mary Ktrfley ...

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 — 4 March 1897

I f tJWrwBtwtfrrti 0jg uhntim democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop VALENTINE NEBRASKA A Minneapolis man was shot by a footpad the other night but the bullet struck a well filled pocket book which saved his life The moral is obvious An enterprising Canadian with a firm belief in the value of advertising in forms the public in a Dominion paper of her willingness to cater to the needs of the public as follows Washing and Ironing and going out to days work done here An international exhibition of gas tronomy and of culinary art is to take place at Vienna in 1S9S in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the reign of tbe Emperor of Austria Hungary who as every one knows is the most abstemi ous monarch in Christendom in all mat ters relating to food and drink It is said to come from Cubans them selves that General Maximo Gomez agreed to fight with the insurgents through the Cuban war for the sum of 100000 to be paid him in installments of 20000 every 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 — 4 March 1897

V 1 A I JL VH l Kk y r K - u -A v lid fiis bd mMmwMm J I- nTOn M TIXV Zil I 1 1i KSrifii M m At m 0 1 Ifi 5 fer 3 MCiIJ U5iL SSW THE FIREMENS MASCOT LILLIAN BROWN of Greensboro N C has been officially adopted by the North Carolina State Firemens Association She was born in Fairfield N C ner first appearance in Greens boro was about three and one half years ago when she entered the female college there It so hap pened that she was assigned to play the leading role in the drama The Firemans Heart miss BBOwx at the college stu dents annual performance As Hya cinth Bradley the pet and mascot of the firemen Miss Brown captured every heart in the audience and espe cially those of the lire boys Soon after this at the regular monthly meeting of the Eagle Hose Company Miss Brown was formally adopted as the firemens daughter and her name placed upon the honorary roll of the companys membership Already the daughter of the company boasts two medals for bravery displayed at fires and several res...

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 — 4 March 1897

is 4 IS y i StoSfflBHs45 THE DAYS DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE THE BUTCHER QUITS WEYLER FORWARDS HIS RESIG NATION TO SPAIN Captain General Angered Because Ho Was Ignored in the Sanguilly Negotiations Expects to Leave the Island in About Three Weeks Weyler Has Resigned AMIspatch to the New York Herald from Havana says that It is learned on -the very highest authority that Capt Gen Weyler has forwarded his resignation to the Spanish government at Madrid The captain general it is said will leave the island as soon as possible probably in three weeks This decisive step Gen Weyler decided to take as soon as he beard of the release of Julio Sanguilly The captain general frequently said he would resign If the crown should Interfere with his policy in regard to prisoners especially A nericans He was incensed beyond measure at being ignored in the negotia tions carried on by the Spanish govern ment in the case of the notable captive Sanguilly who was released Friday It is reported tha...

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 — 4 March 1897

M R V fc k T BSSz OWOIAL CHREfftbfifY STATE Govarnor Blla A Holcomb Memenant Governor James E Harris Secretary of Stato WF Porter treasurer JN Meserve Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Bulldlngu Jacob V Wolfe Attorntfv General Constantine J Smvth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson Regents University fit Alladley Scojla I u w jvaieymKea uiona JShos KawllnsWakefld I Chas Weston Hay Spgs I H L CooldOffaialia Icil Morrill Lincoln COKGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Kspresentatlves First Disti let Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third Geo D Melklejohn Fiillcrton Fourth E J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow 1 U DICTA L Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M F Klnkald ONeill W II Westover Itushvlllc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Bllliiics Nordcti Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Sprlngvlew LAND OFFICE Beclster C It Glover L...

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 — 4 March 1897

M 1 i i f I A MAN OF THE WORLD A man more kindly in his careless way Thau many who profess a higher creed Whose fickle love might change from day to oday And yet be laithful to a -friend in need Whose manners covered through lifes outs and ins Like charity a multitude of sins A man of honor too as such things go Discreet and secret qualities of use Selfish but not self conscious generous slow To anger but most ready to excuse His wit aud cleverness consisted not So much in what he said as -what he got i His principles one might not quite com ineifd - And they were much too simple to mis take Never to turn his back upon a friend Never to lie but for a womans sake To take the sweets that came within his way And pay the price if there were price to pay i - Idle good looking negatively wise Lazy in action plausible in speech Favor he found in many womens eyes And valued most that which was hard to reach Few are both true and tender and he grew In time a little tenderer than true Knowing...

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