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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 13 May 1897

- 4r J7f nhntine gjettOcrtt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Speaking about houFo clcauIng but come to think of it youd better not if you are talking for publication Lenenhock and Ilumboldt both say that a single pound of the finest spider webs would reach around the world By their course in the Cretan affair several European nations have earned a sound thrashing which they are likely to get Ram Pasha commander of the Turk ish forces on the Macedonian frontier undoubtedly will prove a hard man to buck against The oyster Is one of the strongest creatures on earth The force required to open one is more than nine hundred times its weight One report from Athens declares there is compromise in the air That Is probably so and the honor of Europe Is being compromised A Maine paper says that a man in Biddeford has invented a pencil sharp ener that will sharpen pencils EEow those New England reporters can pre varicate If the fellow who has been praying for rain lately will se...

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 — 13 May 1897

u k TfiJJiJON YS DINGLEY l t EX TARIFF MAKER EXPOSES THE DINGLEY BILL Says It 3s the Most Ultra Protective Tarlflf Ever Proposed--Makes Sonic Serious Reflections Upon the McKin ley Bill as a Revenue Producer Will Kncnurase Trusts Ex Postmaster General William L Wilson is credited with the authorship of the tariff bill now in force His hands were tied so that ho could not make the bill nearly as good as he de sired to make it and the bill as finally passed was not nearly as good as when it first passed tho house It was how ever a great improvement upon tho Mc Kinley bill and is a model as compared with the Dingley monstrosity Wo quote the following from Mr Wilsons criticism of tho McKinley and Dingley bills in a recent number of tho New York Herald bills are so nearly identical in general structure and particular items excepting as to the sugar schedule that it may bo well to consider the effect of tho fiiM bill on the revenue of the coun try Bath bills arc vast and voluminous echpmo...

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 — 13 May 1897

I - h 5 I Mum i ii in ii iiuiKii imiibjimipaiMni i iinri in i rnmnji mw rJu u in - f mmmammmmmnnmummmui 1 i AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK FAMOUS CASE ENDED GOVERNMENT BEATEN BY BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Involves the Berliner Patent Com pany Granted Control of the In vention Until the Year 1008 by the United States Supreme Court The Berliner Patent Case Through a decision of the United States supreme court rendered Monday the Bell Telephone Company won the case brought against it by the United States to annul the last Berliner patent This decision has the effect of continuing the control of the telephone by the Bell company seventeen years from the date of the last patent granted in 1891 The governmentasked to have the patent set aside on the ground that a delay of thirteen years in the patent office was fraudulent and through the fault of the telephone company in collusion with patent officers The court in an opinion delivered by Justice Brewer held that there was no ...

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 — 13 May 1897

L -A OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE ftantrttor Silas A Holcomb Lfeutebaat Governor James E Harris Ijicreiafref State WF Porter iTemurer JNMeserve Auditor John F Cornell Cora Lands and Bulldlngii Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General Constantino J 8mvth bupt Public instruction w KJaclcson Regents University i Hi A Hadley Scojln JC W KalevmHcd Cloud JShos KawlinsWakefld I Cnas Weston Hay Spgs I H L Goold Ogaialla LOH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha representatives First District Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geo I Mcikleiohn Fnllerton Fourth G J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hustings Sixth O M Item Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Isorval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M F Kinkaid ONeill V II Westovcr Itushvillo LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Ulllinps Norden Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz BpriiiKView LAND OFFICE BoRlstr O R Glover Longpine 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 — 13 May 1897

I i i i i h i H h i v l - r -- 22S3ff tSSSSSSESS THE SEXTONS SUPFEFU The Plague his black hand lifted Was floating down the Rhine HJb hark a soft lined coffin On each side grew the vine t EU struck the miller at his wheel The woodman by his tree Before him rose the prayer and hymn Behind the Dirige Jfie found them spinning wedding robes He left them digging graves High over faces pale and wrung The earth heaped up its waves He struck the baron at his gate The peasant at the plow And from his sable banner shookw Darkness on every brow At this time in belfry room Five sextons drained the wine Red from the toil that brought the fee And made their old eyes shine Their scats were cedar coffin planks All velvet trimmed and soft The chalice cups by them defiled Were filled and emptied oft They drank A long reign to King Plague A wet year and a foul As screaming through the openloops Flew in and out the owl Their shirts werp made of dead mens vests Dead men are meek and dumb And each one wo...

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 — 13 May 1897

v v s A IK k A Dnnccrons Lethargy The forerunner of a trnin of evils whlqh too often culmlnnte fatally is Inactivity or lethargy of the kidneys Not only is Brights d Incase diabetes gravel or some other dan gerous Integral disease of the organs them selves to be apprehended but dropsical dif fusions from the blood rheumatism and gout are all traceable to the non removal from the blood by the kidneys of certain im purities Hostetters Stomacn Bitters depu rates the blood renders the kidneys active and prevents their disease Bootblacks In Parte are licensed do not run the streets few stands no b03s mostly old men That Tired Feeling Afflicts nearly every one at this season You know just what it means no energy no ambition without spirit life vitality Some men and women endeavor tempo rarily to overcome That Tired Feeling by great force of will But this is unsafe as it pulls powerfully upon the nervous eystem which will not long stand such strain Too many VwC3ik people work on tneir nerv...

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 — 13 May 1897

It rt r fe 1 l r i i i si 1 1 ft i I 2 r i s ill St U s - P 7 K3Z3SS3ESKiSS 05sa4MMM THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT fiOBEET taOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Yenr in Advance I mill ii i i TUBLIBHED EVERY THUE8DAY Entered t t he Post olllce at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska ns Socond claas matter - I II I Ml I Thfetpaper will be mailed regularly to itsjfinbscribers until a definite order Co discontinue is receired and all ar rears xire paid in full QSgiJ Adyerismg rate3 50 cents per inch per nvonth Hates per column or for long time ads made known on appli catio7i to this office THAT RECOUNT AGAIN 3he Democrat consistent with its course all along has been actively eu jgaged in showing up the frauds goul mitted by the recount of the vote cast last fall on tho amendment to the constitution relating to the number of premejudges In this work it has had the sympathy of every honest man in the county regardless -of politics CrSfcSSaaBfcssssB 7 m i AN OB...

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 — 20 May 1897

If- v l 3- THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comino Events Edison Vitascopc May 20 School Commencement May 21 Musical TJnion Recital May 22 Populists and Silver Republicans nay 22 Bishop Graves May 23 Memorial Day May 30 Sixth District Editors June 5 A Great Catastrophe Coming in June County Commissioners June 8 School Meeting June 20 Teachers Institute July 15 31 Wait for the editors Edison Vitascope tonight Now is the time to subscribe Races June 16 17 18 and 19 House to rent Miss E I Mills 15 Tuesday was field day at Port Nio brara John Brown was over from Rosebud Saturday The Valentine House has a neat new sign J G Gibson is working at Rosebud this week Ohas Strickland was over from the Agency Sunday F H Baumgartel was up from Crookston Monday C C Thompson was in from Hack berry lake Tuesday Delia Sawyer returned to her home at Sparks last week Wm Hook of Cody was a visitor Tuesday Mrs E Sparks has returned from her visit to Sioux City G W Reamer Jr came up from Stron...

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 — 20 May 1897

y 5 - 3 CvlHKHHSSftHtttiBBflkBttABVlfiiArJW fiK T t JfcX IPr fakntine tnoctHt ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Cbarlty never mistakes superstition for religion bigotry for faith or ven geance for love The Paris tribunals have decided that the habit of gambling In the wife Is Talid ground for divorce Cuba is still suffering all the horrors Jof war A Washington paper learns that Loie duller is dancing in Havana Yes said the artilleryman as he rammed down another load of grape ehot it is better to give than to re ceive Let her go A special dispatch from Middletowii Ohio says that a peculiar animal with two sets of lungs has been found there It is probably a prize fighter Yes some of them are called sav ings banks because the president and his typewriter manage to save some thing from what the depositors con tribute If that Chicago physician is right Who says that there is no such thing as appendicitis the joke seems to be on the relatives of those who have died -with it M...

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 — 20 May 1897

ii V MEXICAN BOUNDARY M v LINE IS MARKED BY MONU MENTS OF IRON Incidents of the International Survey Recently Completed Difficulties Ex perienced by the Bonndary Com mission Lrinc Fixed nt Last The official geographical boundary between the United States of Ameri ca and the Republic of Mexico has been established and after many years of hard -and dangerous work by Colonel J W Barlow engineer-in-chief of the In ternational Boundary Survey and his men the line has been marked by a se ries of boundary monuments built of Iron Colonel Barlows report has been sent to the Department of State at Washington but will not be published for a year Numerous fine illustra tions are to be made to accompany the report and when completed it will be one of the most Interesting and attrac tive documents ever issued by the Gov ernment The war with Mexico which closed with the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo entered into at the village of that name in 1848 resulted in the cession to the United States of the ...

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 — 20 May 1897

ifi 1 1 Ki tS 1- 1 i i 3JsmMSSf3fjrmwxftmrmm tJIIIIIHHiMHaNMrMaMrta THE DAYS POMS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE A MESSAGE ON CUBA PRESIDENT URGES RELIEF FOR AMERICANS ON THE ISLAND Message -Says Noarly 800 Are in Need and Recommends an Appro priation of 50000 Senate In dorses the Plan but It Is Side tracked in the House Presidents Mssage on Cuba The president sent a special Cuban mes sage to congresB Monday which deals with the destitution of the Americans on the Island He says To the senate and house of representa tives of the United States Official in formation from our consuls in Cuba estab lishes the fact that a large number of lAmerican citizens in the island are in a state of destitution and are suffering for food and medicines This applies partic ularly to the rural districts of the central and eastern parts The agricultural classes have been forced from their farms into the nearest towns where they are without work or money The local au thorities of the towns however kindly 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 — 20 May 1897

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE - Governor Sllaa A Holcomb V Jjtfcuteoant Governor James E Harris Vcretefy of Stato WF Porter treasurer JN Me9erva Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Building Jacob V Wolfo Attorney General Constantlne J Smvth Bunt Public Instruction W It Jackson Regents University- -- JL it a Hartley scojm 0 W KaleymBert Cloud jHhos HawllnsWakefld unas wesionayopK5 H L Goold LCH Morrill Lincoln CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allan Madison John M Thurston Omaha Rsprcsentatlves First Dlsti let Jesse 1J Strode Lincoln Second D fl Metccr Omaha Third GeoDMclklejohnFullerton Fourth B J Hal iht Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Tsorval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkaid ONeill V H Westover Hush villa LEGISLATIVE Bepresentatlve Fifty second District OP fiilllims Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bprliigvlew LAND OFFICE Reclstfr 0 Jl Glover Longpine Receiver J A Fiko Newp...

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 — 20 May 1897

1 1 f h i 1 1 V T i Y y i i S M 1 rAS n r RrfUSnHHnBBKHMMH SHELL WISH SHE WASNT NEV When her dutys manifolded And her hours of ease are few Will a change come oer the spirit Of the woman who is new When shes drawn upon a jury Or is drafted for the wars Will fehe like her freedom better Than the chains she now abhors When shes running for an office And pets left and has the blues Wont she wish that she was back in The oppressed old womans shoes When the ship of state shes steering Mid a storm of mad abuse Wont she wish that for the ballot Shed neer thought she had a use When she finds that she is treated Like a man oh tho shes longed For just tliat wont she be tempted Oftentimes to think shes wronged When no man eer gives his seat up In a car or deigns to hold Her umbrella when its raining Wont she wish that she was old Wont she think the men just horrid Left to hustle for herself Where shes looked on as a rival In the race for power and pelf When mans reverence no longer Is accorded...

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 — 20 May 1897

Yi J X Abyssinian Murderers In Abyssinia it is tshe law that the murderer be turned ovr to the rela tives of the dead person they if they please to put him to death in the same manner In which the murdered person was removed A traveler recently re turned from that country tells fit a case wherein a 003 playing with hjs companions fell from a tree upon one of them killing him instantly The oc currence was brought to the notice of the district chief whose council after deliberation decided that the dead boys relatives might take the offender stand him under the tree and then if they could put him to death by falling on him from the 6ame tree - Good Liooks There are more wrinkles in the face of a baby monkey than there are in that of an old baboon And speaking of wrinkles more of them can be wrought out in a fair young face by neuralgia than will be found in that of an aged person Constant pain will shrivel and neuralgia neglected will plow its furrows deep It not only wrinkles but tak...

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 — 20 May 1897

1 St 4 u h i a ii i r E 1 1 1 6 i m 0p FtMmSjfiml jHyrflljy wiw -- p r - lf i jf indli iiiiwmiimiii CSEfTiftyplllwaiMflttaMIMIfW nrrtm wmjLMuijwi X- fgZiHAcriit3JbiiJ2j THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 3R0BERT GOOB Editor sad Publisher Official Psper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska jjplOG Jer Year in Advance m m I Mli Mf PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at ValeHtine Cherry -county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its -subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Hates per column or for long time ads made known on to this office According to populist doctrine as it is exemplified by Eeinert a man to be 41 good partisan must change his views on public questions as soon as one of the opposition agrees with him This 5paper was always in opposition to the amendment recount and because The Republican agrees with it it does not propose to change base Ha...

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 — 27 May 1897

t V J X THE VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comina Events Stranbery Social May 28 3itmorial Day May 30 Sixth District Editors Tune 5 A Great Catastrophe Coming in June Comit Commissioners June 8 Itaccb Juno 10 17 18 and 10 School Meeting June 29 Teachers Institute July 19 31 Wait for the editors Xow is the time to subscribe ttacos June 16 17 18 and 19 House to rent Miss E I Mils 15 EflSattertee is in to wn from Nenzel today Harry Folks is clerking in Carpen tersstore Tr Lewis has his soda fountain in wfrKing order 3V Bykeman of Butte was in town Saturday A girl -was born to Jno Marks and wife last week Walter Meltendorls house is al most completed A TC Thacher returned from Omaha Saturday morning J E shadwick of Salix Iowa was in town this week Dan Handy was over from the In dian school Sunday G W Burge was in from Kennedy yesterday on business C C Thompson was in town Mon day witfc some line fish W W Wood of Rushville was in town ofi business Monday Remember the printer when you are in town ...

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 — 27 May 1897

i i s1 f t s t i i i awaAyyaiggfi V 5 ukntine wocrit ROBERT JOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Tlie announcement or a stamp collec tor that lie lias for sale about 20000 worth of the original unused issue of the Columbian 2 stamps at 175 each looks as if Uncle Sam had got the bet ter of this little speculation The Alabama statesman who has brought In a bill forbidding women to -wear any article resembling masculine clothing including bloomers tights di vided skirts and shirt -waists is rather an iconoclast than an old fogy so much have times and fashions changed Women axe going ahead in Prance The Minister of Fine Arts has submit ted to the Chamber of Deputies a pro posal to admit women on terms of equality with men to the Beaux Arts as they are already admitted to the Sorbonne and to the law and medicaj schools Prof Arlo Bates of the Institute of Technology addressing the grammar school teachers in Boston Friday ex pressed a solid truth when he said the literature best for 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 — 27 May 1897

r Vi JL TOO MANY GRABS BY TRUSTS The revised Dingley tariff bill will not raise revenue sufficient to defray the expenditures of the Government This too in spite of the dip into inter aal revenue made by the Republican members of the Senate Committee on Finance That is the opinion of tariff sxperts -who have been carefully studying the new schedules since the bill was reported to the Senate The nly recourse left say the experts is io go deeper into internal revenue The Republican leaders expect to get from customs revenue the first year about 200000000 and from internal revenue an increase of 40000000 To bacco and cigarettes are expected to produce from 15000000 to 20000 D00 beer 15000000 and tea 9000 W0 Those who are well posted as to the money derived from customs revenues Seclare that the bill will not produce anywhere near the figures named by Ihe Republican members of the finance Committee Instead of pro ducing an increased revenue from the start the bill will hardly come up to...

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 — 27 May 1897

I irrf 1 ir 3 t i Ul y 1 THIS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS WEYLER IS SATISFIED NOT SURPRISED AT THE ACTION OF THE SENATE He Says that It Might Aid the In surgents but Would Help the Spanish Cause More Poker Player Kills a Bluffer Other News Items Mr Weyler Talks i In an interview Gen Weyler in refer ence to Morgans Cuban resolution said I am not surprised at the action thus far taken nor shall I be if the house concurs in the senate resolution and sends it to the president Your jingoes are in the saddle and are evidently bent upon forcing the country into some foreign complications in order to distract attention from the fast approaching international crisis In brief recognition may aid the Cuban junta in placing a few bonds in the United States but it will at the same time assure the suc cessful issue of our proposed new Spanish loan in Paris London and Vienna and enable us to carry on the war with re newed vigor Personally I would be glad g if recognition comes our posit...

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 — 27 May 1897

k r OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TTE Governor Silas AHolcomb Wfeutopwt Governor James E flan Is Secretary of State WF Porter Vfrestturer JNMeserve Auditor John F Cornell Com Lands and Building Jacob V Wolfe Attorney General ConstantlneTSmvth Bupt Public Instruction W It Jackson fi A Hadley Scojla ICW ICalcym Red Cloud Regents University JShos ItawllnsWakefld Cbas Weston Hay Spgs I H L Goold Ozaialla 10 H Morrill Lincoln COiroitESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha representatives First Dist let Jesse B Strode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geo DMeiklejohnFnllerton Fourth EJ Hai nr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kcjii Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Folk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkald ONeill W II Westover Kushvlllc LEGISLATIVE Representative Fifty second District OP Billings Nordcn Senator Fourteenth District Otto Mutz Bpringvlew LAND OFFICE ReRistfr 0 It Glover Longpine Receiver J A Fiko New...

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