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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 22 July 1897

X I y 3 Wt Wdhntim fBemocrxt JiOIKUT Cocm Kditor and Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA Even llio owls around Boston hoot To whom I inst end of To whoo as they do in the West 1 MI1BBIIWIIIIM1II Prosperity is on the jump up in Xorth Takotn The Suite has offered a homi ly of 50 cents a bushel for grasshop pers Au uncontrollable force remarks the New York Tribune is out of place In a crowded city street Why not abolish the Gotham police force then David B Hill takes occasion to sneer ntpolitical women without husbands This comes with decidedly poor grace from i man whose entire family con sists of one The announcement that Barney Bar natos immense fortune has practically been swept away is bound to exert a very powerful influence upon the sea Eons crop of Barnato widows Senator Vest in a tariff speech ths other day referred to cider as a bev erage which cheers but not inbrintes All of which proves that the Senaor Js not thoroughly familiar with the jnysteries of applejack Professor John Lawrence ...

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 — 22 July 1897

ap MXmmrm m r cqs is - A FAIR DEPUTY SHERIFF T X T OMEN are fast rising to po j sit ions of prominence and V V responsibility in the West The latest of these to enter a field that has hitherto been closed to the opposite sex is Miss Clair Ferguson whose pic ture appears in these columns She has recently been appointed deputy sheriff of Salt Lake Utah and entered upon the duties of the office last week Miss Ferguson is not one of those typical Western girls who can handle n gun or ride a broncho as well as a man but is a slender young lady of How to Grow Graceful Describe a circular movement with each arm twenty times in succession Extend the arms forward outward and upward thirty times in succession tak ing eight or ten deep inspirations be tween each series Execute a circular movement from the waist swaying the upper part of the body slowly around the hands rest ing on the hips thirty times Extend the leg as nearly at right an cles with the body as possible twelve iimes each side 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 — 22 July 1897

R n H KS la Magi II t IW iWgBBWilllHI IWIWI 1MB III I IWi Mnummiii rii ifiitiJMlWilJMISraillWHHiliHJJJiyMgiro nggqBHmnagjM i IMPJJT jufTMttSWMrewwrwirwMii n i umm rjrn4Ti Vlll jM ni lihfll HIW HI FIBKrraTHflBI I T If AROUND TrlE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK MAY REACH 200 MAEK PACING KINGS TO CHICAGO RACE IN Star Pointer Joe Patchen and Frank Agan fo Contest for a 5000 Purse -Good Judges Say the 200 Mark Will Re Reached Pacing Kings in Chicago Chicago is to have a great harness race on Saturday July 24 The three great pacers Star Pointer 202 Joe Patchen 203 and Frank Agan 203 will nieet in the free-for-all race for a 5000 purse and John R Gentry 200K and Robert 1 201K will go against their records Many good judges say the 200 mark will reached Others have a contrary op ion One thing is certain the officials of the Washington Park Club are leav ing nothing undone to make the track fast Men are at work night and day Gentle harrowing is done then sprinkling so that the water may...

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 — 22 July 1897

Iff v If M i i I it I i 1 -- i WELCOME TO TORONTO EPWORTH J V LEAGUE IN SESSION ANNUAL Twenty Thousand Delegates from the United States and Canada Attend the Convention Uaptist loiin People Meet in Chattanooga Greeted by Canadians Thoro is scarcely i city of importance In tli United States or Canada that was ziot at the bifj Epworth League convention in Toronto By the time ihe onvention was opened shortly after noun Thursday there were fully 20000 delegates in Toronto and they were still arriving It was the largest convention in the history of the league and it is almost safe to say it was larger than any previous gathering ever held in connection witli the Methodist Church The contingents from New York State mid Illinois were the biggest Brooklyn went a huge delegation Cleveland sent delegalts While the delegations from thse States nearer to Canada were the largest many came from San Fran cisco and a strong delegation came from Boston The far Western States sent Jarge comingc iis 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 — 22 July 1897

J ncaiza SHE GAVE HER HEART TO ME Cupil one day in idle quest Fitted a dainty dart And amcd i at Priscillas brwast To strike Iriscillas heart Clean through it went no heart was thorp Said Cupid Relieve rrisda just the girl in avwiij Her heart upon her sleeve But there alack it was not found Aha cried Cupid note Her frightened air now Ill he bound Her heart is in her throat Failure again On sonic slender chance lie cue more arrow shoots Assuming from her downcast glance iler heart was in her boots Foiled Cupid threw aside his bow She has no heart said lie lie did not know that lonu ago She gave her heart to me Pittsburg Dispatch AS IT MIGHT HATE BEEN Murder Murder Help Mur der It was a womans shrill scream that rang out on the murky air and caused a great commotion on the usually quiet street Men ran hatless from their supper tables women with frightened laces followed What has happened What can be the matter they asked each other The cries came from Deans one man said making haste i...

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 — 22 July 1897

1 tr i R 1 k A Callfornianfl Esffliouse Gumbull Gimp of Eureka Cal has built for himself what he calls a ydg house It is a shed hack of his hvell irfr arl is filled v ith cheap furniture When he comes home in a contentious frame of mind he smashes things son era Ily and nrjruos with a phonograph which he has wound up for that pur pose Mr fimp finds t ho luxury an inexpensi oiif and eminently satis factory to Mrs liinp fcw careiuwnJimJiT3 chjiwhjjwmj ibcbumipw Good blood is blood that is licii and pure Hoods a ta ji rv i 5rai 1 mm mm m Mm II urn 1 ii 83EI IEK Jkxi I twm IF g B iH KWSli stsygspp S75 V RDEA irt f3 ii 11 eaith and loaded with nourishment for nerves muscles tissues and organs Good blood makes the whole body healthy and keeps it so Hoods SarsapariHa makes good blood therefore it cures all scrofula eruptions that tired feeling dyspepsia Sarsa pariHa Is the best in fact the One TnielHood Imlllor Hoods Pills cure nausea intlitstlou v5c Th ne Bicycle Sensafio 1897 CGLUMBIAS A...

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 — 22 July 1897

- f iwif nar f - - ij ymms THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 0BERT GOOD Editor and Publish Official Paper Cherry ty JSefcraska 100 Per BHr in Advistaze PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EnWrtchtt tbtypoet offlce at ValeHtinMfterry county Nebraska as Second class matter his papexrorill be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Adverting rates 50 centspsr inch per month -Rates per column or for long timeRQet made known oi appli cation to this office When Will the workers the real producer of this country reMize that when they otrike the effect is aot the result they hope for but a prompt rise in the pries of the product they are employed to give the world A French chemist has discovered a subtanoe is said to be harder than a diamond It is now in order for someoae to discover anything harder than the Iuck that the McKinley wave of prosperity1 hasbTought fcc iple of this country Theinsworth Star Journal of last week contains a...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 29 July 1897

If HP ITU VOL XII THIS AND THAT CanttniJ JrUeiUft Toacllor iustitutt lulv ii Circus Itcnif Aukus 1 Deimviitie Convention- AuguM Lengpine Chautauqua A up 0 17 KrPmber lie democratic conven tion August 28 The court house vault has been re paired this week YT S Jackson is in i7eizgh attend mg the ball games Cltis Gillasme was V3 from the ranch the first of the week V E Haley and -Henry Iloenirj Spent Sunday in Cocy This is the last day -of the Cherry county teachers institute Only about 25 of 300 wagons sent here for Indian allotment remain Ton Bent Nice large office room in stone building vt T C Hokxr A If Ferguson made final proof Tussday on a Cherry county stead Anderson SherApp are turning out some very line photographs at the SLiaw -gallery Prank Gillette Ainsworth was in town Tuesday orr E business and pleas ure trip There will be so trouble to secure candidates this fall for the various county Mrs CM Baiixy and Mrs L G Steveoson came up from Woodiake yesterday Wanted At once a l...

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 — 29 July 1897

r ItOHKkTCOOl Kditorand Prop Valentine - Nebraska Japan comes to the front with a de falcation of 710000 And yet they cav that country isnt fully civilized The Memphis Scimitar says Miss ittye O llayme left this morning for California Poor girl Even marriage cannot help that name While Queen Victorias reign has Jeen notable in many respects it has -experienced many things which Fm glishmen would like to forget The Houston Post undoubtedly is right in saying that this is a time for rober second thought But why net have such thought first occasionally A woman in Buffalo wanted to buy the entire police force of that city and have the men shot and cremated And they actually locked her up as a crazy woman A New York inventor claims to have tPscovcrcd a way to prevent eggs from spoiling and says he can keep them fresh forever This will be glad tid ings to the one-night-stand actors A New Jersey Avife has applied for a Hivorce on the ground of extreme cruel ty because her husband put a liv...

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 — 29 July 1897

1 u 1 IP70 v X IPRSStK - fY i it THE DISREPUTEOF THE SENATE That pottlon of the community which lives by speculation has been very as siduous in keeping tally of the senato rial and bMTetiugs over the sugar duty Senators have had many friends of late days The demand for tips has been widespread and earn est Sudden risings which have occur red in the market are not believed to have been mere creatures of impulse but have been credited directly to the Senate Chamber in the Washington Capitol or rather to those mysterious and well guarded rooms in which the Senate Finance Committee have shaped their policy and divided up the spoil The whole tableau as future history will present it is one not creditable to the chosen law makers of the American republic and the tariff of 1SM7 will wear during its existence as a statute tin unmistakable and ineradicable mark ol the beast corruption The philosophic poet who lamented omt the land where wealth accumu lates and men decay would lind food for ...

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 — 29 July 1897

ft lv PROBE INSURANCE CONCERNS Wholesale Investigation of Eastern Companies Is Proposed A movement is on foot among the insur ance superintendents of the western states to join hands in a wholesale investigation of the financial condition of the various eastern fire and life insurance companies gressed to that point that an investigation is assured Superintendent McNal of the Kansas insurance department whose fight on the eastern insurance companies has brought him into prominence is one of the prime movers and it was through him that the information became public The object is twofold One is for the protection of western policy holders and the other to try and find some irregularity in the man agement of those big eastern concerns JAPS DONT LIKE IT Will Continue to Oppose Annexa tion of Hawaii by U S That Japan will continue to oppose the Hawaiian annexation treaty is conclu sively shown by the latest protest of Japan under date of July 10 which is now made public for the first tim...

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 — 29 July 1897

v i -4 HONOE TO BLACK JACK MAGNIFICENT UNVEILED LOGAN STATUE IN CHICAGO Grand Demonstration in Honor of Americas Greatest Volunteer Sol dier Ceremonies Marked by a Great Parade of Veterans Locan in Bronze Chicago correspondence Illinois luis liuid tribute to the last of the groit triumvirate she gave to the na tion when the nations life was at stake A shaft at Springfield marks the grave of Lincoln the martyred President A magnificent monument at Galena tolls that from that city went forth Grant the silent tanner who became the great mili tary chieftain Now in enduring bronze the figure of Logan the greatest of Amer ican volunteer soldiers stands on the lake front in Chicago With a great demon stration which like the recent Grant com memoration in New York was one not of sorrow and mourning but of glory and joy the monument to Logan was unveiled Thursday This was the anniversary of the battlo of Atlanta fought in 18G4 at which Logan reached the summit of his military fame The ceremo...

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 — 29 July 1897

S ii J MVr Good Koatls Iaj Conditions such as recently existed in a small town in New Jersey twelve miles from Philadelphia form a fit ting object lesson of the profit of good roads In consequence of the had roads the wagon makers thereabout constructed four horse vehicles to car ry fifty live bushel baskets as a maxi mum load vhich was regarded as heavy hauling Ileal estate had gone a begging for years there was no pos sible market for it It had been im possible to settle up estates because no purchaser could be found for the land But a few years ago the people of the community woke up The town issued 310000 worth of bonds and applied the proceeds to better roadways As a re sult Xew Jersey wagon makers of the vicinity of Philadelphia are making 1wo horse vehicles to carry not fifty live bushel baskets but loads made up from ninety to 121 bushel baskets and still the loads are not regarded as heavy Two horses are able to do more work than four horses and with much more ease On the o...

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 — 29 July 1897

v ih U J r Poor Tjo Behind the Plow William Sliakspcnre m Arapahoe In dian on the lower Shoshone agency re ports to he Indian guide of Fort Wash akie that the Indians on the subageney are working on their farms more in dustriously this year than ever before Tliey are breaking up a large ainountof new land and where last year the sage brush was thick there are now good farms He says The old Indians al ways used to talk of going to war and now they talk different they tell us about farming and how to farm and they tell us young men to work hard at farming I have in about twelve of wheat live of oats one of po tatoes and a big garden of water melons squash and other vegetables 1 have twenty two acres this year in stead of -en last and all the otrer In v ans are the same way plowing much more land this yfar than last Lan der Wvo letter to Denver Republican Coo GentlcncBS 75c Kiitlc In stimulating the kidneys oth rrwisu yon will icite and weaken them Tlieliapplet results follow the use o...

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 — 29 July 1897

Iti OUR THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT BOBERT GOOD Editor and Publier Official Paper of Cherry ty Kefcraska 100 Per JTenr in Advance imp PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAW Eutcred at at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscriflers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Adverting rates 50 cents per inch per month Kates per column or for long time aes made known ou appli cation to this office Ifoinocrn tlv Convention - A mass convention of the demo crats of Cherry county is hereby called to meet in the office of the connty judge at 2 oclock pm on Saturday EEN WHEELER SSr Does Mr Bryan really favor irre deemable paper money based oa tax es Yes He is heartily in accord with every plank in the Omaha plat form 1S92 and the St Louis platform of 1896 The first campaign he- made in Nebraska 1SS0 two years before the adoption of the Peoples Party platform at Omaha was upon a plat form based upon the ...

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 — 5 August 1897

U S r - U YOL 211 THIS AND THAT Comina Ji vents Picnic August 0 Jasebnll Aii 5 and C ScniHlinavian Sisters Auk l 11 Settlors Sparks Aug 18 0 Ifcpiibliuan Convention 20 Democratic Convention Aimust 28 Longpine Chautauqua Aug G 17 Hem ember tlxj democratic tion August 28 A fusion ticket this fall should capt ure every oflice T A Fike made a Newport Tuesday J A Douglas returned Monday afternoon business trip to to Lassett Ed Satterlee was down from Npnzel on business Monday C E 3ovring returned from Des Moines Iowa Tuesday night Mrs M M Kichey of Xeligh is visit ing f rein ds in town this week A water main to the new school house site will be laid this week Will Clarkson is ill with rheumatism at the home of his parents in town Judge Jackson came up from Xeligh with the ball team night before last For Rent Xice large oflice room in stone building IS T G Hoknby Prof Thomas Mt for his work in other parts of the state Saturday morn ing The bids on the new school house will be opened one 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 — 5 August 1897

V xm JP nlmtint emocmt ItOKKItT JOOD Editor and Prop ALENTINE I NEBRASKA Three thiols are difficult to keep a pecret to boar an injury patiently and to spend leisure well If you -wish to know how many Criends you have get into oIice if you to know how few you have gel Into debt The Sharon Pa Tribune gleefullj Bays We had roast big ears for din- ner Wednesday And yet they say journalism has not substantial re jvords A cynic assures the New York Press that whenever he eats boiled huekle lerry pudding lie always dreams about Betting married Thats no dream -either its a nightmare lie sincere with yourself whatever 4he temptation Say nothing to others what you do not think and play no tricks with your own mind Of all the evil spirits abroad in the world insin cerity is the most dangerous The New York Journal has a new department which it calls The Merry Jesters This innovation will be re ceived gratefully by the public Tho other kind of jesters have monopolized New York journalism long e...

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 — 5 August 1897

y JOBBER TRUSTS IMPALED Strong Words to a People Suffering from Monopolys Unfailing Greed Congressmen Denounce the Tariff Bill as a Thing of Monstrous Iniquity In the great debate upon the tariff bill many speeches were made by men who have devoted years to a study of the economic needs and conditions of this country At times the debate was marked with acerbity but as a gen eral thing the spea leers trusted to as sumed facts The opponents of the measure said many tilings that the peo ple should remember Day after day they stripped the robe of pretense from n bill that has been railed the most in iquitous of modern legislation It will be UnoAvn in history as the Dingley bill but it has been much changed from its original form when introduced in the House of Representatives from which body all laws affecting revenue must -me Some of the things said iegiven below Taxpayers Not Foriroltcn Senator Rale of Tennessee felt sure that the taxpayer was not forgotten by the trainers of the meas...

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 — 5 August 1897

i fl l THIS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM PARTS WHOLESALE AERESTS AMERICAN BLUEJACKETS PER SECUTED BY HAWAIIANS Popular Outbreak Is Feared at Any Time Citizens of the Hawaiian Capital Consider the Situation as Very Serious Other Items News from the Islands Honolulu harbpr is dotted with British Uapanese and United States war vessels and more British and Japanese vessels are expected daily In semi official quarters it is reported quiet but the impression among citizens is that the condition of affairs is very threatening and that a pop ular outbreak may occur any time when international interference from the ships in the harbor will be the occasion of com plications The stream of Asiatic laborers is still pouring in each shipload causing a Xresh outbreak of feeling among the dif ferent factions The immediate cause of alarm is the fact that the United States bluejackets are bit terly hostile to the Hawaiian police who exercise almost military rule The British and Japanese sailors are n...

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 — 5 August 1897

WEITTEiNBYAWOMAN SHE DESCRIBES THF rrfat KLONDYKE GOLD REGION L Teacher of the Indians Draws a Discouraging Picture of the New ISltlcrado and Advises the Tender foot to Slay Away Till Next Spring No Dream of Ease Amon those in Klondyke tlio newly diseoveivd jM HiId in Canada just over the Alaska boundary who write back warning letters to their friends in civil ization is Miss Anna Fuleoinor a grad uate of the University of Chicago who has been in Alaska a year as a teacher among the Indians under Government auspices She has been located at Circle City Alaska but went to Klondyke in the lirst rush hoping to strike it rich She writes as follows Those now leaving the United States for Klondyke are almost as certainly com ing to hardship privation and suffering They cannot possibly get here before the closing of the mining season and they will Jind every foot of ground known to be rich in gold staked off and hold by min ers of experience They will find food and lodging so high and scarc...

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