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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 1 July 1897

1 HE Judge had dined and was en joying an after dinner cigar be fore turning to a pile of papers that lay on the table at his elbow Yet even as he watehed the flickering lire and puffed dreamily at his cigar luxu riating in l little relaxation after hard days work in a Hose and crowded court his mind was busy formulating the sentences in which he intended to sum up ji case that had been tried that day There could be no doubt as to the guilt of the prisoner who had Iocii ac cused of a most impudent fraud and though it was a first offense the Judge intended to pass the severest sentence which tlie lav allowed The Judge was no believer in short sentences lie regarded leniency to a criminal as an offense against society a direct encouragement to those who hesitated on the brink of vicious courses and were only restrained by fear of punishment The well meaning people who got up petitions to mitigate the sentence upon a justly convicted thief or murderer were In his eyes guilty of mawkins...

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 — 1 July 1897

N 3 J k w I A HALLS Vegetable Sicilian RENEWEB Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality prevents boldness ewes itching and aduf A fine hair dressing B P Hall Co Trees Kshua 3 5 sow ay au uruggisio SV 5- QACWlrrFf rHX fVliT X Senator Voorhces Rotort there is a sto abot DanwJ W - Voorhees formerly CJnited States Soi stor from Indiana He was a famous jeUvocate in his dtfy and one of the tnest striking pouonailitles to be mot with in all the Wnst It is not saying an ill thing of tlv Senator who died reccntly to say rtbat he vas siightly sjiven to homhast One day lie was arguing a cose Ixrforo Indiana couJ and was disploased with a ruling Tio expressed himself r ns astonished tlaxt a man with so ited a kuovdeue o the law should have ever succeeded so in in beguiling xT his as tr secure tiisir commission to sit en a bench for the trial of causes Xho court will fine jtou 510 for eon- tempt of court Mr Jocriiaas said the jurist r Lilt Yoorlwas retort was quick an...

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 — 1 July 1897

li I A X- frnrfrrwrni w limJiSrfSCCiW CiaK cSt2aEfia THE VALENTINE DEMOGRAT EOBEST GOOD Editor nd Publisher flkcial Paper vsf Clierry 100 JFer Year in Avetnce rUBLIUHEBSTEKY THURSDAY Entered at the Poitofiice at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class natter ThiSpaper 7iI he mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order rto discontinue i received -and all ar Tears are pid in full Adverting rates 50 cents per inch per month Hates per column or for long time acs made known on appli cation to this office ABOUT SCHOOL LANDS At the recent -session of the Legis lature an act vs passed which does away with the stle of educational or school laud on and after July 9 the date it becomes a law In an interview with the County Treasurer upon -this subject we learn that he has been instructed by JIou J V Wolfe Commissioner cf Public lands and Buildings that if holders lease contrasts dtsire to purchase such land or any part of it complete appli cation to purchase must be fil...

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 July 1897

r - s i ir in K K iV J j Ji 4 - itt Pk dl i m h j r FTTT T7 Vi 0L XII THIS AND THAT CoininaJEuents Teachers Institute July 19 31 tfi L Haddcn was over from Rose bud Sunday J A Douglas of Bassett was in towtfyesterday on business Roland Robertson returned home Monday night from the -east HIl Edgar and wife were up from Browniee on business yesterday ililk delivered 23 -quarts for one -dollar 9 Miss EviCGAJiDEN Por Rent 3uce large office room n stone building 18 T C Hornby C Xortbrop and wife returned Tuesday night from their summer catiou in the east Chas Wellford and Fred Glover of The Demo chat force celebrated the Fourth at Rosebud V W S Barker and family spent Mon day at Borden taking Mr Spielman and wife with them John Maxwell was in from Schwalms ranch Friday and went to Rosebud Saturday morning W A Tettjcrew is building a com rnodious bay and feed warehouse in tthe rear of his Main street store A H Ferguson has purchased the lot south of Whillans harness sbop and will erect a ...

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 July 1897

I V k rv i - -iv V J V 1 t f - SStnaiBs Jfe fdentine motmi KOUEItT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA The man most willing to accept an encore is the one who is permitted to renew hs note The financial outlook for next season is brighter tiian usual Neither the De Reszkes nor Mine Calve will return next year Experts on insanity say that luna tics get along better when they work Other people are also often beneited by that reniedy The fate of that Ohio boy who has a bark like a dog is not so desperate as it might have been Suppose he had a bark like an oak What others say of you is ever so much better than what you say about yourself remarks a New York adver tising expert That depends The New Yoik World is reviving that old question Is marriage a failure Why not save time by sending a re porter to interview Lillian Russell A dispatch says that an Oklahoma man has been arrested for having one twite tuo many A great many repu table law abiding citizens have that Yvette Guilbert ex...

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 July 1897

m J EDTJCATIOSALCOLUMN N NOTES ABOUT SCHOOLS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT Truest Sermons to I5c iearnd from the Paes of Natures Hook Duty of the Teacher II nt for Mothers to A v T cliintc from Natvre From the pages of Natures book are the truest lessons to be learned It is a text book all must study To the young it is the most interesting of all books and from it may be learned wbat the printed page in the school room can never adequately furnish j Too many teachers refuse to avail j themselves of the means which Nature j uwuuuailU UllUS ill J111H1111U WV7 teachers of the lower grades fail to have their pupils study lessons out-of-doors Distrusting their powers to in terest their pupils in what they see daily or shirking the labor which is entailed on them by taking their class to the liill side or river or totally un appreciative of the value of such aids in their teaching of geography teach ers restrict their labors to the four walls of the school room and to the manual which is supplic 1...

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 July 1897

1 1 I V A ELECTRIC FLASHES NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD DUE TO INTEKSE HEAT MANY DEATHS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY Wavft of Torrid Weather Extends from Pittsburg to Kansas City and IVoni Chicago South Mercury Has Registered Close to 100 Decrees Many Heat Fatalities The wave of torrid weather under which the central states sweltered last week showed no abatement Sunday From Pittsburg to Kansis City and from Chicago south cloudless skies and a blaz ing sun left a record of prostrations and deaths which has seldom been equaled for the early clays of July Through out the entire district the mercury registered close to 100 de grees in the shade during the day and the number of prostrations ran into the hun dreds Cincinnati with a maximum tem perature of OS degrees showed the highest death rate fourteen deaths resulting out of a total of fifty prostrations but there were many fatal cases at other points In Chicago rhe mercury registered close to 90 for the greater part of the day and ther...

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 July 1897

tV II u J r V x I 1 1 A t if Jf CHAPMAN IS CHOSEN HEADS THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET OF OHIO Temporary Chairman Sloanc Attacks Policy of the Republicans Silver Sentiment Controls the Convention The Ticket and Platform Silver Their Slogan For Governor norace L Chapman For lieutenant Governor Melville D Sliuw For Supreme Judge 7 P Springs For Attorney General V II Dore State Treasurer James F Wilson Forlioard of Public Works Peter H Dejnmn For School Commissioner Byron II Ilurd The Ohio Democratic State convention held in Columbus was the most largely attended of any such occasion since the civil war The new Columbus audito rium with a seating capacity of UOUU had just been completed for the conven tion and its capacity was not equal to Ate mMsSL IB kt Iw hoiace l ciiapmax the demand or admission The new au ditorium was beautifully decorated with bunting and plants There was a pro fusion of portraits of Democratic leaders about the Avails but that of President Cleveland was not in the ...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 8 July 1897

l Vi J i wviv tf Ivrtr Fs jjgnwijgffis MPiii is a young doctor and a sur geon on hoard one of the sum II gunboats placed on a great Af rican lake Fresh colored still though slightly lanued by exposure to the lake winds with meiry Irish eyes of blue gray a square cut jaw and obstinate thin a long upper lip a little whisker at the temples and short wiry black brown hair Like many men of his class he is a potential Darwin and having no means to travel and study natural history has entered the Jiavy as a surgeon lie has landed on The shores of the lake for a days shooting hoping to get an elephant at least but meantime content to study sunbirds Let us in illumination enter his mind see through his eyes what he saw and lay bare his thought Grass a forest of grass with stout knotted stems six or eight feet high and abundant leaves start ingfrom ev ery joint Each stem ends in a droop ing plume of riiened seed As the doctor forces his way through the tan gled herbage and cane like stalks th...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 8 July 1897

I SOODoses in a Is peculiar to and true i ru358 only of Hoods tiSO fcltv rjjJJa and is proof of its superior streiijjtn and economy There is more curative power in a bottle of Hoods Sarsapa rilhi than in any other This fact with its uitqualled record of euros proves the best medicine for all blood diseases is tocM rfwu iS JS nuuy HI iM joapui 3 pariila The One True Mood lurlliur All clrugclbts SI Hnorlc Pillc cure Liver illb easy t iluuu a trillZ take easi to operate 25c 8gffiiB Every ingredient in Hires Rootbeer is health civmc The blood is improved the nervesij soothed the stomach benefited by this delicious beverage Rootbeer m m m Quenches the thirst tickles l tile ualate full of snao snarkle l and effervescence A temper ance drink for everybody Mtde only by The Chrlei E Ilirct Co PMUdelphl A packer makes nvo iall6BB Two Lads There are some human creatures who from mere iunoeence are no re specters of persons They find a com rade of any age or condition and the individual relatio...

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 July 1897

fi IJS AJaesfca ffisss Mi OUR - GREE THE -VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Keliraska tJOO JPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAV Entered at Vfce Post office at Valentine Cherry county N65ra ska 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 Advernsing rates 50 cents per inch per month Kates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this ofiice -Commissioners Proceedings Hon tinned from jlrst page On -motion the following amounts were deducted from the claim allowed above and ordered applied on delin quenUpersonal taesr Andrew Xelson S M Woodward J E Thackei y Prank Jresee Geo Dip trap IS Xornian Harry Lawrie TV D Morgareidge TV G Carson Geo M Davis Howard Jayeox Crant Perkins Wm Cottle Joseph Wisser G Quade A C Riemenschnoider Jacob Mogle L E Stewart O W Halm C A Wells Wm Wilson Chr Dittmer P...

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 July 1897

-U r y V- A w VOL XII THIS AND THAT CininatErentf Teachers Institute Inly llKil Kdith Turner Elocutionist July Lecture by OT MooreJuly i lecture by Prof Pile July 28 St Johns Guild will giv a play in about two weeks Daniel Fowler wife aud family wcje in town Saturday M J Dolau was down from l5ue iRidge last Saturday Reuben Quick Bear was over from Rosebud last Saturday John H Shore andWEOWaite are iu town from their ranches- today Milk delivered 23 miarts for one lolUii 0 Miss Eva Hakden FoiidtEiiT Xico larg ofllce room in tonc building 18 C Hornby Another new building on Main street iG feeing talked of Wait for it Bert Martin has returned from his abort visit heme much improved in health Rev JJassott held regular services at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening A Bvy and wife returned home to Leid City after a weeks outing at Rosebud Tommy Yearnshaw came down from Cody Saturday night and spent Sunday vritfi friends here Mrs B IS Underwood left Sunday night forti few weeks visit w...

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 July 1897

tye almfine mnovrni HOUEKT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Tlio man wlm consults a thennooneter nowadays is a foolish borrower o trou ble Way down in Maine four young men were fined 5 apiece for chewing gum In church Waal by gum Life is a short day but it is a work ing day Activity may lead to et il but Inactivity cannot be led to good A cablegram says that the Latest trou ble in India was caused by Mullah of Pawindah What was the Mufti of illoosh doing The Buffalo Times remarks signifi cantly Powdered borax will drive them away We dont believe it but If so thats much cheaper tluji the gold cure It seems almost incredible that a New York yellow journal has been Wrestling with the Is Marriage a Fail inreV question for two weeks without settling the matter The or her day Lars AnJerson mar ried 17X00000 in Boston Jnfortu jjcately ihc name of the young woman In the case seems to have been over looked bj the newspaper correspond 1 ent Sunshine of the heart is beneficent not to ...

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 July 1897

R hi k MT cr BEAT THE REPUBLICAN PARTY The audacity of tlie Republican par ty verges on insolence The osition -of the parly is substantially that of the lishwomnn at Billingsgate who was skinning an eel and made tremendous outcry attracting the attention of the entire neighborhood The Kepublieau party engaged at present in the fabri cation of a measure of rapine and plun der unexampled in the history of the republic demands that the entire American people shall lie still while it skins them with its tariff law How atrocious the present measure is may be gathered from daily routine reports of the Senates discussion in which it is not thought worth while on the part of Republican Senators so no torious is the fact to disclaim that they are serving not Hie country gener ally but some particular interest in their immediate neighborhood Re cause those robbers prostituting the power of Congress to legislate for the general welfare are legislating for a parti ular class and assert that 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 — 15 July 1897

V THE WORLD OYER xatest news fromevery Land - SNAGS IN THE TABUS tio AGREEMENT REACHED BY THE CONFEREES 3oth Houses of Congress Holding Out for Their Own Bills Steps t Taken to Secure 3Irs Maybriclcs I Itelcnse from an English Prison Conferees Hard at Work A Washington dispatch of July 12 says Thc tariff conferees have struck some fenags Minor matters have been easily ad gusted but on all important features there lias been no agreement and the outlookto day is that several reports will have to be anade before an adjustment can be reached JThe house conferees stand solidly by their Jbill and the senate conferees are no less lenaeious The senate conferees laid before the 3iouse members the condition in the senate -where other than Republican votes were necessary to pass the bill or adopt the con ference report The members of the house ire standing by their bill nevertheless and have told the senatois they cannot accept the senate amendments on many important items The conferees find t...

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 July 1897

ht k v PV BIG STRIKE BEGM Army of Coal Miners Throw ft 1 i VV Down Their Picks FIGHT TO BE BITTEE Men Are Well Organized and -Very Much in Earnest Those Directly Concerned Number Nearly J73000 Coal Shipments Are Threatened in Ohio Operators In voke Aid from the United States Court Miners Say the Strike Will Continue Until They Win-Arbitration Move in Indiana Vast Army of Idle Men HE frcit av a e simple of the coal miners has been in nujrunitfi and it is impossible to tell v liat the end will bo Nearly i7000 miners are directly concerned but v ith the kindred indus tries of coal mining and iron and steel manufacturing there is about to be added 1o the army of unemployed in the United Sitntes probably more than half a million toon This is twenty live times as many men as there are regular soldiers in the United States army Carroll D Wright cliiof of the United States liui oau of Labor Statistics re cently published the statement that about 3000000 men were in enforced idleness in this...

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 July 1897

MISSED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR I miss you dear in the springtime when Iho willows blossom whitcly When die sloe boughs bloom and bour geon and the blackbirds build ami sing iWhen over the sky of azure the white fringed clouds pass lightly When violets wake in the woodlands nd the corn blades freshly spring But I miss you too in summer when the waves break on the shingle When the languid lilies perfume is waft oil upon the breeze iTien creamy and pink ami fragrant the roses nod in the dingle When the kingcups turn the meadows to glistening and golden seas And I miss you more in autumn when in nisi ling corn 15 elds yellow ReajK rs sing their lays of gladness when the plovers loudly call When the woods are gold emblazoned and rhe apple orchards mellow And the bramble red and purple where the ripened berries fall But most of all T mss you when the snow flakes white are Hying When the days are dark and dreary and the nights are long and drear When through leafless forest branches winds are ...

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 — 15 July 1897

b a 1 Ei v r tS X M Found RcnsoiiH for Approval There nro several cogent reasons why the nuilicil profession recommend and tin pub ic prefer Hostetter Stoiiiiicli ritters above tlie ordinary cathartlrs It docs not drench and weaken the bowels but usj Ms rather Ihan foiees nature to act it is botanic and safe its action Is never preceded Iy an In crnal earthquake like that produced by i drastic pin native For forty live years past It has been a household remedy for liver btoiuach and kidney i rouble Not Inliiely P iinlcss Dentist Did you give tlutt man Iiughii ins Assist ji ill Yes Dentist How Ions did the effect last Assistant TnUl he looked at the bill Town Topics Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Price 75 cents Swifts letters to Stella and Vanessa the two correspondences being carried on at the same time are equally good equally loving and at present equally unreadable WOMEN DONT WAIT Ef You Have Any of These Symp toms Act at Once Do you know the reason why j ou will go to th...

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 — 15 July 1897

OUR - GREEN WHEELER - SHOES TIE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT iEGBET QOto Editor nd PnbViHier M I - - - 1 I Ofefftt frtf of Ckerry Coor ty fttebfifctka Per fattr in Advance PUBLtSfiED kVEBY THURS DAY Catered at tu rot offi at ValpatlneOkerry county Nebraska at SPcdad clw toattr This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a deflnfto order to discontinue ii teceived aa all ar rears are paid la fall Advertising rates 50 centejper inch per month lUtes per column or for long time ads made known appli cation to thttffise An African effplorer regwrts meet Ing with a tribe of natives Ariose fet iches ate empty gin bottle There are plenty of men ell over theorld who wonhlp the boStle butfcStthe dead oldler kind There are nsonypersonain the world who get Creajfc f or being fi3e because they keep ttfei mouths shut when as i to open them The local conventions f populists in all parts of tfte country -ere declaring against any snore fusion with Demo crats A fusion whicii fuses only the vot...

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 — 22 July 1897

If Pi ra m u iN Hi r c 1-6- y w i v V- - THE VOL XII A C Itieineuschneider was ihrwn from Cody Tuesday H W Laveuberg of Cody -spent Monday in Valenticie Tliomas Farren of llosebud ivas in the city Sunday and Monday C91 Watson returned from maha aud Sioux City Saturday uight Milk delivesad 23 quarts for one dollar 9 Miss EvaEbhen Ton Hentc Xice large dffiee room in stone building IS T CHokkby John Neise and Alex CUarbonneau were visitor from Itosebud the last week EarlRiggle of St Marys mission was in Valentine yesterday on a pur chasing trip Elsie Gosey of Eosebud is working in Miss McLaughlins dressmaking es tablishment L Cv Paine formerly- of Ainsworth but now of Lincoln was in town on business Tuesday MtsnW F Bullis is xraite ill this week -and it is feared she will have an attack of typhoid Seventeen events are scheduled to take place at the Kushvilie races next month August 12 to 14 iBy tbs way the Aicsworth Star Tmirnai is becoming about the best locabpper along the lice Foil ...

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