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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 25 March 1897

h If t k bf u - jy REPUBLICAN GLOOM At the very outset of the McKinley administration the Republicans who understand the signs of the times are despondent for they see quite clearly that hundreds of thousands of those who voted their party ticket four short months ago are already convinced that they were deceived and that never be fore has the tide of popular opinion turned so quickly against the victors in a political contest as it has since last New Years day There are dozens of Republican Senators and Representa tives in Washington to day who feel certain that if the election of last No vember were to be held over again now the result would be different The only consolation that those on the winning side can liud is that the people cannot turn them out by to morrow Not within the memory of the pres ent generation has a party assumed power in this country under such dis couraging circumstances as the Re publican party is doing now and this in spite of what was claimed at the be gf...

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 March 1897

i IS he Wnlmtim fllmwtmi SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JSijitoii Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA THE TARIFF DEBATES CONGRESS SETTLES DOWN TO WORK IN EARNEST Dingley and Bailey the Opposing Leaders the First to Be Heard on the Tariff Measure No Light as Yet on the Fort Wayno Mystery Debating the Tariff What will go down in history as the tariff debate of 1897 began in the national house of representatives at 10 oclock Mon day morning There was a large attendance on the floor and in the galleries Dingley and Bailey the opposing leaders were early in their places By the terras of the rule under which the house is operating during the consideration of the bill it immediately went into committee of the whole with Mr Sherman Republican of New Jorkin the chair The first thing in order was the reading of the long bill in full It covered 168 pages The reading of the bill con sumed over two hours Then Mr Dingley was recognized and opened the debate in behalf of the bill Mr Di...

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 March 1897

Ot HCIAL DIRECTORY STATE r NA Governor Silas A Holcomb - x MGutenant Governor James K Harris Btcrefiafy of State WF Porter Treasurer ONMeserve Auditor JohnF Cornell Coni Lands and Bulldlngu Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantino J Bmvth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson fEAHadley Scojla 1 C W KalevmKed Cloud Regents University J Shos Hawllns Vvakefld I Cbas Weston Hay Spgs I E L Ioold Ogamlla ten Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win T Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Ksprcseiitatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H fiercer Omaha Third Geo U Meiklejohn Fullerton Fourth K J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kein Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkald ONeill WIl Westovcr Ruslivillc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Bililncs Korden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprfrigvicw LAND OFFICE Register 0 R Glover Longpine Receiver ...

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 March 1897

93d3a33a93493d33333d39333393d333399333a3 333333934E IHOW JIMMY CAME -- Mu -- TO RETURN HOMEl b 4fefee6sefeeefecee6e66fefe66feeeeeeeeeee66ee6eeeeee5 X came to visit my home HOW in a curious way Some time ago I went down to Fire Island fishing I had had a lunch put up for me and you can imagine my astonishment when I opened the hamp er to find a package of crackers wrap ped up in a weekly published at my home in Wisconsin I read every word of It advertisements and all There was George Kellogg who was a school mate of mine advertising hams and salt pork and another boy was post master By George it made me home sick and I determined then and there to go home and go home I did In the first place I must tell you how I came to New York I had a tiff with my father and left home I finally turn ed up in New York without a dollar in my pocket I got a job running a freight elevator in the very house in wThich I am now a partner My haste to get rich drove the thought of my parents from me and wh...

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 March 1897

rt pi h I Irt 1 AMJtt I Afl Yl hJIIWy w Q Is made a ne cessity by tho Medicine impure condition of the blood after win ters hearty foods and breathing vitiated air in home office schoolroom or shop When weak thin or impure the blood cannot nourish the body as it should The demand for cleansing and invigo rating is grandly met by Hoods Sarsa parilla which gives the blood just the quality and vitality needed to maintain health properly digest food build up and steady the nerves and overcome that tired feeling It is the ideal Spring Medicine Get only o a m arsapariliaS Prepared by C I IIooil Co Lowell Mass Hnnric Pillc06 easily promptly and ilUUU S t 111S effectively or cnnte A Land of Windmills Great flapping sails all over the lanfi make Holland look as if flocks of huge seablids were just settling upon it Tfire are said to be at least ten thou sand of these windmills in Holland They are employed in sawing timber beating hemp grinding corn and many other kinds of work but their princ...

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 March 1897

to i fflVirfi1iiriViTitfi7itfarriITiil TlTirryM l YOU THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT Successor to CHERRY COUNTY INDEPDENT B0BEKT GOOD Editor end Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Ketffka 100 JPer Teiir in Advance FUBLIlBD EVEE2 THURSDAY Entered at thePost oHSco at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska es 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 Adverting rate3 50 cents per inch per month ItateB per column or for lloug time ads made known on appli cation to this office The recentfirein Rock county when a 5000 frame courthouse burned to 1the ground should fill the minds of Cherry county voters with apprehen sion and it no doubt will The bond election will be held May 4th A fact not generally known but a faefraevertheless is that the mother of -an illegitimate child even if she is under age can exercise tlrerght of a head of family and take a home stead under the United Sat...

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 — 8 April 1897

V L k j fed r Il I1 i 1 s tf I EV 4 r r 5 t -- f r j v ft 9jaf r IITTIT VOL XII THIS AND THAT Coininajtvcnts Democratic Editors April 10 Juistcr nuiiaay April is Miss I irent Arhor Day- April 22 Jcneral Icai hers Association April 24 Bontl Election May 4 Work for the court house Mills has a V house to G J A Douglas of Bassett is in town today Jim Steadman came in from Ken nedy Saturday 3so blood was shed at the village election Tuesday Henry Ballard was up from Simeon during the jpast week Eev Bates will be here on Good Fri- day and Easter Sunday Ve would like to hear from Kellys uncles and cousins now Bert Martin returned home from Ainsworth Sunday evening Brown eounty taxpayers owe the county 70000 unpaid taxes Blankets and comforters at greatly reduced prices at McDonalds 5 Geo Adamson has at last settled down on his farm near Sparks IN D Jackson of 2sTeligh spent a couple of days in town last week Milk delivered 23 quarts N for one tlollai 9 Mrs Eva Harden All wool underwear che...

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 — 8 April 1897

the jfahnUtte etnocmt successor tp CHERRY COUOTY INDEPENDENT IIOBERT 13 GOOD - Editok Pkop VALENTINE NEBRASKA The Cedar Rapids Gazette says fMobs make fewer mistakes than the jfcourte But their mistakes are not so -easily corrected A New York theater announces the forthcoming production of Die Wilde Uagd If it is anything like its name rounds the authorities ought to inter fere But after all Chicago can hardly criti cise Nevadas physical culture perform ance on the 6Core of brutality so long a bicycle races against time are toler ated The Salvation Army in Chicago is iworking on the idea that converts can be best made on full stomachs It is eeding the poor as well as preaching nd praying for them Claus Spreckels is building a 6000 00 palace in San Francisco It will contain six bathrooms which alone will cost 50000 There is no telling how much he will expend for soap but it fvlll doubtless be beyond the dreams of avarice The old lady of 72 years who has just iaied in New York from da...

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 — 8 April 1897

h y T- PROSPERITY AND CONFIDENCE - re l X Tfc v MF 1 The prosperity which the Republi cans promised the country would fol low their success at the last election has not yet materialized and it is now nerallv conceded that no legislation at Washington is likely to bring it on for the very good reason that it is not within the power of Congress or the President or the two together to do so The campaign talk about its ad vent was based on either deep ignor ance of the situation or was deliberate downright lying There is no doubt that the real cause why business does not pick up as the Republicans claimed it would with the election of their candiates is that there is the same lack of confidence in the future that existed two years or more ago The scheme to re enact the high McKinley tariff does not strike the pub lic as particularly wise and few stu dents of the conditions existing throughout the world can see any bene fit i o be derived from it Such a policy they perceive will only hav...

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 — 8 April 1897

mmm AMD THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK AE WILD OYER GOLD PALMY DAYS OF CRIPPLE CREEK AND TOMBSTONE OUTDONE Ore Taken Out of Two Mines Yields Over 6000 to the Ton Pacifica tion of Crete Likely to Be Under taken by Russia and Britain Yuma Is Wild Over Gold Col George F Hayne a well known gold miner of California says Yuma Arizona has suddenly become a most ex cited mining town Nothing quite like the present excitement over suddenly found riches and prospects of further finds has been seen since the palmy days of Vir ginia Nev in the early 70s Cripple Creek and Tombstone were never in it for unadulterated excitement The town is wild because of two funis of marvelous richness of gold ore At the Pichaco mining district twenty five miles north of Yuma on the California side of the Colorado River there are the Golden Dream and Noonday mines For several weeks men at these mines have been get ting Into rich ore and the owner has been offered as high as 175000 for bis mines Thursday...

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 — 8 April 1897

K rj r OFFICIAL CIIRECTORY 8TATE Povorngr SHajj A Holcomb V Jicutonant Governor James E Harris Vfcrctafy of State WF Porter freaeurer JNMeserve Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Bulldlngii Jacob V Woire Attorney General Constantino J Smvth faupt Public Instruction W It Jackson fll A Hidley Scojla C WKaleym Red Cloud Regents University- Shos Rawlins WakeiId 1 Cbas Weston Hay Spgs I H h Goold Ogaialla OH Morrill Lincoln COXGRKSSIONAL Kenators Wtn V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha KspresenUitives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third Geo DMclklcJnhnFullerton Fourth E J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Win it Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kein Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Hstrrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P TClnkaid ONeill W1I Wcstover Busuvlllc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District 0 P Billinus Korden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprliigvlcw LAND OFFICE Register 0 R Glover Longpine Receiv...

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 — 8 April 1897

GETTING TO BE A MAN Im glad my hair aint vallovr And nil curled up and long Im glad my cheeks aint dimpled t And that Im gittin strong I wisht my voice was hoarser To talk like Uncle Dan Because I want to hurry And git to be a man Im glad the women never Come iinlouiu and say Oh what a party little boy In of way I wear big shoes and always s Make all the noise I can Because I want to hurry And git to be a man V t Onct I tried to chew tobackcr But couldnt do it quite It made me awful dizzy They said I was a sight But some time when Im older I bet you that I can I wont give up that easy Cause I want to be a WanT Ive got on pas suspenders Wisht I had whiskerstoo f And that my feet was bigger And schoolin was all through Wisht Edison- or someone Would come out wUlHtnhm To help a boy to hurry And git to be a man Cleveland Leader DJftAWS TO HIS BOOM Tberefvas unusual excitement at Fort Clark i Caitjemen cowboys horse ranchers teamsters soldijers all moved arountHn ih miDsY excited way1 an...

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 — 8 April 1897

I - re a w fv lh 3 f HALLS Vecetable Sicilian HAIR REM EWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and- vitality prevents baldness cures itching and dandruff A fine hair dressing B P Hall Co Props Nashua H Ht Sold by all Druggists The Manufacture of Dolls Dolls are now manufactured in large quantity in this country the business having been established on a perma nent basis Until the last fifty years all dells except the home made rag specimens were imported from Switz erland Tyrol Steyermark and the mountain districts of Germany where the industry has been carried on for centuries The china heads are made of the same material employed for a fine quality of plates and are painted and glazed previous to baking The tiny china dolls are molded The bodies of the better class of dolls of the Four Hundred if such an expres sion may be desecrated to such a use are made of cotton linen canvas or kid and are stuffed with sawdust cot ton or some other suitable substance Whsn b...

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 — 8 April 1897

I lfi I j i v YOU THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT hUCCESSdll TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT feOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official lftper of Cherry iy IXeliraska ifilOG Plv Year in Advanc w FUBLllsIiED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the rost omce 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 tears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per incji Jier month Rates per column or for long time ads made known ou appli cation lo this office Cherry county will save 6200 per Tyear in rem and 100 per year in fuel by voting for a new court house In 20 years that saving will amount to 6000 without counting interest 10 vote3 Vere east oh the ciurt house question last fall and 508 bal lots were cat neither for nor against the proposition Friends of economy ih county government should get out to the election on Mav 4 The democratic party swallowed tmr principal plank in 1SGPre...

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 — 15 April 1897

V jrj S -U lstcr Sunday April 18 Arbor mv m 22 April Teachers as General Association April 21 Bond Election May 4 A Foot Xotc To the slocking she said With a smile that wis bland Ere I hie mc to bed I will take you in hand As her needle ho eyed With his mouth all askew The stocking replied Ill bo darned if you do Work for the court house Clean up the alleys and back yards Miss E I Mills has -a house to Tent JJno Whipples measles family bave 6 the Miss Lena Hawkins left for home Jast Friday -3 A Fike returned from Omaha Sunday night M V Nicholson visited in Ains worth Sunday Prof A J Wallingford of Kennedy is in town today C E Bowring left for TJes Moines -yesterday morning Dr W E McConville was over from Rosebud yeBterday Dr Evans has moved into his new residence on Hall street Anew court house means a saving of 200 pei year in rent The fishing season in Lake Minne chaduza has commenced Steen of Steen precinct was in town on business this week Tfke sidewalk to the west part town wil...

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 — 15 April 1897

vw n F 310KKIT GOOJ Kclltor and Pro VALENTINE - NEBRASKA An Arknnsas preacher declares that he has just discovered that the devil Is a lawyer If he is living in Arkan sas he is getting his just deserts Nansen already has made 150000 of his failure to bring home the north pole In his case a miss appar ently -was as good as several mijes A goat entered the office of a town clerk inWilletts Kan and chewed up ledger before the invasioa was covered The county officials think thjs looks suspicious and are trying to get t the inside facts The reminder that this is the season lor tree planting is a timely one and should be widely acted upon Few things would contribute more to the at tractiveness of streets and roads than roVs of thrifty shade trees Philadelphia Record The kindergar ten lies at the bottom of the public school system It is a ilttle nearer to bed rock than our system of education lias ever before attained Congress man Barrett of Massachusetts is right when he insists that more...

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 — 15 April 1897

r V YxL l OK -d GRUMBLING AT DINGLEYISM The Dingley tariff tax bill has been jammed through the House of Rep resentatives but that was the least of its trials and tribulations The scru tiny of the Senate has yet to come and he weather will be pretty warm at Washington before the debates in the upper Louse are likely to terminate In the meantime the New York Chamber of Commerce in which the importing interest is strong and keen sighted has opened a fire in the rear upon President McKiulcys favorite measure and incidentally upon the policy of the MeKinley administration This is important as the Chamber of Commerce has now a quasi repre sentative in the Presidential Cabinet in the person of Secretary Bliss It in dicates serious trouble in the Repub lican ranks The men who have met in the Chamber of Commerce and re solved against the Diugley bill are those who always furnish the sinews -of war to the Republican managers Jisjid whose contributions turned the scale last November for the 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 — 15 April 1897

I i THE DAYS POMS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE WAR IS INEVITABLE ENGLAND AND THE BOERS LIKE LY TO FIGHT So Think the Leading Officials of the Transvaal Mexico Likely to Retaliate Against the United States Other Items of Interest Transvaal Looks for War ALondon dispatch from Cape Town says that the Het Dageblad the Dutch newspaper declares that leading officials of Transvaal speak openly of war with England as inevitable South Africa is a mass of unrest The agitation which has been confined to the Transvaal and Cape Colony is spreading beyond those countries and now threatens to involve the whole vast region south of Zambesi The existence of these troubu lous conditions has been for some time within the knowledge of the colonial office But the strictest injunctions of secrecy have been laid on the entire staff and nothing leaked out until the simultaneous publication this week of news of revolts in Bechuanaland and Delagoa Bay Both outbreaks are potentially serious The Bechuanaland d...

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 — 15 April 1897

v 1 V n I t v t a OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Dovsnior SUasAHolcomb TfJitirjknttnt nAVAniA Tamai 17 nn Becretar of State WF Porter freasurer JtfMefenre Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Bulldlngij Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantino J 8mvth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson f It A Had ley Scojla CW KaleymBcd Cloud Regents University J Shos Rawlins Wakef Id J Cbas Weston Hay 8pgs n L Goold Ogaialla LOH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Hspresentatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Jeo D Melklcjohn Fullerton Fourth E J Hal Jir Aurora Fifth Wm V Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Xlnkald ONeill W II Westover Rushvillc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billlncs Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bpririgview LAND OFFICE Register O R Glover Longpine Rece...

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 — 15 April 1897

A REsURKECTION THOUGHT mhD bulbs tlint wore bid In tbe darkness Through tbe winter time and the snow Have felt tbe tbrlll of tbe Minllght Tliolr hour to bloom they know Purple iih1 cold and scarlet And white an tbe robes of n king To tbe glory of love at Krister Their beautiful wealth they bring Tbe grass that was brown and withered And eold on the sodden plalu Has been kissed by tbe tender sunshine Caressed by the crystal rain And Its bright green lanees quiver Lo twice ten millions strong And the birds with her ucst among them Flics up with a sudden feoug And we who have seen our darlings Reft from our side away Who have wept in silent anguish Oer the cold and pulseless clay -Take heart in the Easter gladness A parable all may read For the Lord who cares for the flowers Cares well for our greater need He knows of tbe loss and anguish Tho grope of the stricken soul t He will bring again our dear ones By his touch of life made whole We shall need and know and love them In tho spring...

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