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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 26 August 1897

A tii iBaai8feteaa8gaialtg m ROBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA If Keuicky has begun to give lynch ing bees on general principles she should reform her principles There are no courts in the Klondyke region but perhaps they are not neces sary -where everyone observes the gold en rule A fashion paper anxiously inquires Will the pneumatic corset stay Probably not it didnt come to stay lut to float Since the Alaska gold craze began the snake and fish liar has had no earthly chance to show what he can do in the line of picturesque prevarica tion Another important gold discovery was made in New Orleans A saloon keeper discovered that he hart paid 7 000 for two gold bricks worth about 7 cents a pound Those who are in a position to spean -with authority concerning Alaskan af fairs say that it would be folly for a poor man to start for the Klondyke now without a few thousand dollars The Cleveland Leader reports that a West Side woman wants u000 for sev eral kisses Before closin...

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 — 26 August 1897

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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 — 26 August 1897

MOUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK WHEAT TAKES A DROP -QUICKLY GOES DOWN TO 9B CENTS MONDAY MORNING frioc Forced Back to Nearly a Dol lar When It Breaks Again and Closing Figures for September Are 3 1 2 Cents Lower Than Saturday Wheat Takes a Drop Monday Chicago Aug 28 Up like a rocket down like a stick characterizes the action of the wheat market Monday morning The first quotation for September on the curb was 102K an advance of 3 cents over Saturdays close and September corn brought 83 cents an advance of 2 cents Liverpool opening cables showed an ad vance of ii4 cents over Saturdays close against Chicagos Saturday advance of 7 cents and corn at Liverpool was up 2 2-531-3 cents or considerably more than Chicagos advance of Saturday and the worlds shipments statement showed 5000000 of the 7000000 were contributed ty the United States The opening on the regular board found no higher quotation than 994 cents or the same figure as Saturdays close and there were simultaneou...

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 — 26 August 1897

v B U f J HEAT CLIMBS HIGH Cereal Advances Five Cents in Twenty four Hours EEACHES88 CENTS Sudden Spurt Due to Cable Reports of Small Yields igJieat Price Since 1802 Sbort Crop nt Home and Scarcity Abroad Make thj Market Active Veteran Oper ators Think It Will Keep on Climb iC Upward Say It Wilt Be Cheap ta Dollar Pandemonium in the Pit September wheat sold at SSVC cents on the Chicago Board o Trade Wednesday and the cash article was quoted at from 90 to 13 conts according to its quality This up to that day was the highest price since Marwi liJ2 Tliere was nothing as high as J0 cents in 3 SOS 1894 1S05 or 1S9G Tho advance last year culminated aromid ix5 cents Wednesdays advance was 5 cents making an advance of almost 25 cents within five weeks July G Sep- j tember wheat sold at 04 cents There has not been such an advance as Wednes days since the days of the ltusshin pro hibition that sweetest memory of the man who iur thinks wheat high enough An1 men who think they know a thing or t...

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 — 26 August 1897

h I THE MONSTER PRACTICING Wherever I may go Whatever I limy do That dieadful monster Practicing Looms up before my view And in a voice I must obey He calls me from my pleasant play Each day sit half past three When I conic home from school In sternest voice he summons me Straight to the piano stool There while my chords and scales I try I count the moments passing by If I am out of sorts And ciossly strike a key With discord most unhesirable He then does punish me HeJl worry nie with all his might Until my exercise goes right They tell me that in time More beautiful hell grow Therell be a smile upon that face That now does scare me so His rgliness will flee and I Will grow to love him by and by And so perhaps if I Am good and persevere And do my lessons right and try Not to offend his ear Old Practicing will grow to me As pleasant as they say hell be UNTO KIM FGUEFOLD There was a sharp tinge of frost in the air esirly iu the afternoon snow had fallen clothing the city for a brief s...

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 — 26 August 1897

- t p It It--- Pv I I KIDNEY TKOUBLES Cured by Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound M Also Backache I cannot speak tco highly of Mrs Pinkhams Medicine for it has done so much for me I have been a great suf ferer from Kidney trouble pains in muscles joints back and shoulders feet would swell I also had womb troubles and leucorrhoea After using Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound and Blood Purifier and Liver Pills I felt like a new woman My kidneys are now in perfect condition and all my other troubles are cured Mrp Maggie Potts 324 Kauffman St Philadelphia Pa Backache My system -was entirely run down and I suffered with terrible backache in the small of my back and could hardly stand upright I was more tired in the morning than on retiring at night I had no appetite Since taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I have gainedfif teen pounds and I look better than I ever looked before I shall recommend it to all my friends as it certainly is a wonder ful medicine Mrs E F Morton 1043...

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 — 26 August 1897

i -- scsr iaia4ir THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT EOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Clierry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Jer Yetir in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t be Post office at Valentino Chen eouaty Nebraska as Second class matter tt i iii m This paper will be mailed regular y to its subscribers until a definite ord er to discontinue is received and all j Ar rears arepid in full Democratic Convention A mass convention of the demo crats of- Cherry county is hereby c ailed r moot- in tho nfliia nf tVin rrmnfn judge at 2 oclock pm on Saturday Angust28 1897 for the purpo je of electing five delegates to attend the state convention A full turnout is requested Con vention for nominating Candida tes for county officers will be called lat er Robert Good M Christenskn Chai iman -secretary CQKE THEM OFF There are in Liucoln the of this glorious commonwealth two corre spondents lor country papers who for the good of their respective parlies should be choked off Tb first of...

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 — 2 September 1897

w v W n F u i THE VALENTINE VOL XII WIS AND THAT Comina Events Bjsbp Graves Tonight Sd Settlers Sparks Sept 2 3 Social Sept 4 begins Sept 6 I xbor Day- Sept ert Martin has been quite ill this week Wanted Baled hay Davenport JktTnACHEK 0 3 Mrs F Mullen of Rosebud was in town Sunday F Fischer was on the sick 1st a few days this week Rev A B Clark was in town from Rosebud Tuesday John Haeber was in from Kennedy on business Tuesday Pole Ainslie shook hands with friends in town Tuesday Miss Mary Shaughnessy visited in ttown a few days this week W H McGloud says he will clear 150 from his melons this year For Rent Nice large office room m stone building 18 T C Hornby The galvanized iron for the Red Front awning was put up yesterday J M Clarkson and family are at tending the old settlers reunion at -Sparks Myrtle Pettijohn has returned from Chadron where she spent the summer with her aunt It wont be long until the candidate will be abroad in the land kissing the farmers babies There will b...

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 — 2 September 1897

ROBERT OOD 3 djtor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA Cigarettes are deadly The bridge jumping lad Is falling off wonderfully Everything quiet in Cuba theyre not raising cane as reported Bloomers are going out but not quite bo frequently as formerly A Boston paper inquires Are men marrying less Yes more or less Cheer up ollice seekers the has recently bought a part of Plum Island A wag suggests that if churchyards yawn it may be because the epitaphs make them tired Shut your mouth and open your eyes And youre sure to learn something to make you wise Why should one commit suicide on -account of the extreme heat Theres a laud that is hotter than this One forenoon recently the Prince of bales shooting party killed 2000 par tridges This is considered sport That Ohio man who claims to have caught a catfish with two heads the other day should change his bait right away That Florida man who shot ten whitecaps the other night and killed fo evidently doesnt need regulat ing5 anyway In England the...

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 — 2 September 1897

I -- 1 h IV K ft XS P In t -4 A r r THE IOWA CAMPAIGN The Iowa Republican Stale conven tion was ruled from first to last by the machine aud gang which has long con xrolled the politics of the State But by Ihe strategy which a political gang al ways employs the candidates having -the gang brand and certificate were de feated They were defeated by gang tactics The most conspicuous fact in Iowa politics is that the men closely con nected with the administration for the last four years of Republican rule have brought reproach to the State and have been denounced as unavailable for re nomination This was their reward for continuous and humiliating obedience to the dictates of the machine in mat ters of corrupt legislation and bad ad jninistrative management Governor Frank D Jackson elected in 1S93 was a swift and willing agent of the machine in aiding its efforts to make the legislation of the State ac cord with the designs of the great mo nopolies and of corrupt interests of Tarious des...

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 — 2 September 1897

THE DAYS DOINGS SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE DISASTERS IN JAPAN CREAT FLOODS AND VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Hundreds of People Have Been Hilled and Injured Exploren Baldwin Believes Andrce Will Come Back Safely Hundreds Killed in Japan The steamer Columbia has arrived at Tacoma on her maiden voyage from Yo kohama with 125 passengers and a full -cargo of freight The Columbia brings news of severe earthquakes in Japan on August 5 fol lowed by a tidal wave and great floods Houses were inundated and 200 people were killed and injured Sixty five Japanese villages were inundated Official information received fromMantu confirms the reports previously published as to the disastrous character of the erup tion of the Mayon volcano Lava covered the whole mountain to its base and owing to the clouds of ashes artificial light had to be used at 3 oclock in the afternoon Several villages were completely destroyed AtLibog 150 boilies were recovered and buried and more remained in the lava At another place ...

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 — 2 September 1897

K L H 6 to L - A V J PAGEANT 01 PEACE FIFTY THOUSAND OLD SOLDIERS PASS IN REVIEW President McKinley Xcads the Vet erans in the Grand Army Parade at BilTalo Martial Columns Are Cheered by Kalf a Million Touch Elbows Ajjain Nearly 50000 war worn veterans with the I resident of the United States at their head made the triumphal march of the Grand Army of the Republic in Buf falo Wednesday For more than six hours the grizzled but undaunted remnants of the armies of the republic poured through the streets in lines of undulating blue Jimid the martial crash of bands and the frenzied huzzas of a patriotic populace Nearly half a million spectators watched the glorious pageant and bombarded the marching legions with the roar of their ceaseless cheering For two hours President McKinley stood in the reviewing stand with Commander-in-Chief Clarkson and Gov Frank S Black of New York at his side and acknowledged the greetings of the battle scarred hosts passing before him The President was deluge...

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 — 2 September 1897

L2fa5i5 r -7 Tliirty one years ago the town of Dickson Tenn was a village of elev en houses with a population of thirty seven whites and fourteen negroes It was just such a hamlet as can yet be found along the rapidly extending branch lines of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad system rough board houses mil fences around small garden spots an Sxl2 depot and post oflice and the inevitable tavern a log structure containing two rooms and an attic presided over by Old Squire JimDickson whose wife furnished ac commodations to the few travelers who by chance came that way Squire Jim as he is yet called was the origi nal settler the leading man of the set tlement and dealt out such justice and legal opinions as were necessary for the maintenance of the peace of the village he had founded and which was named for him Three times a week a train would come out from Nashville forty miles east of Dickson and go down the crooked tracks of the Nashville Chat tanooga and St Louis Railroad to Joh...

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 — 2 September 1897

k R VI J tf fiV h r X - u -4 FV Commander Philip Hlchborn chief constructor of the navy has presented to the city of Hartford through Sen ator Hawley the figurehead of Ad miral Farraguts flagship the Hart ford and it will probably be placed in some pumic position in the city Venom Tiihalcd with the Air And Imbibed with the witter of i malarious locality has still t certain antidote Experi ence sanctions conlidence In llostetters Stoniacli Hitters as a preventive of this scourge Ail over this continent and In the tropics it has proved Itself a certain means of defense and an cradicaat of Intermittent juid remittent fevers and other forms of miasma born disease Nor Is it less effec tive for kidney troubles constipation rheu matism and nervousness The Franks took their name from the Francisques or battle axes which they threw with deadly effect Shake Into Your Shoes Allens Foot Ease a powder for the feet It cures painful swollen smart ing feet and Instantly takes the sting out of corns...

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 — 2 September 1897

rjx ff m fcattb a AND WE ARE STILL IN THE LEAD s W rV We carry at least two lines of goods in which we excel FANCY GROCERIES AND STYLISH SHOES Our assortment of these goods is complete none more so in the Northwest rOrejeeries Dry Goods and Notions TH II N JTS K I D Hate Caps and Furnishings I Jm nUlllNDI THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT I i ii i S0BESS7 GOOD Editor tod Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Comm- ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAlt Entered at th Post office at Valentine Cherry cooaty Nebraska as Becond class mattes 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 Rosebud DBqt Gross went down to Ponca tfee first of the freek Robt Dyer spent several days in Valentine 3ast week The Kodak and the bike cranks contemplate a Bad lands tour Native truck farmers have flooded the local imarket with watermelons Two noted chiefs were the attraction at the -photograph gallery S...

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 — 9 September 1897

N lv I I r i i M I- H t M O w -v yjf HP IT 17 VOL XII THIS AND THAT Comina Kvcnttt Teacher Association Supt 11 vijirtricl Court Oct 16 - t f Dr Dwyer now has eight patients in his hospital Wanted Baled hay Davenport TiJAcncu 0 3 Fred Folks is working tor E Mc Donald at Crookston May Dwyer ofoodlake registered at The Douoher Monday Seekers after vacant houses in town are having a hard time of it J G Stetter is building a kitchen on the east side of his residence A H Davis of Xorth Platte was in town this week on legal business G P Crabb and family returned front their trip to the Hills Monday Egbert Bonnen of Pullman was in town on business Monday and Tues day IIts C R Watson returned Mon day evening from hervisitiu the east cm part of the state Monday was Labor Day and every body in town celebrated the event by working harder than usual Henry ID Marcley and Lizzie L JJrond were married by the county judge Saturday September 4 Miss Greason was in town from Kosebud Saturday and Sunday...

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 — 9 September 1897

cjJKssis5cffiEttiaaife V- 5fe nhniim jtenocrnt HOBERT GOOD Editor and Prop VALENTINE - NEBRASKA The Philadelphia Item caltoraiIy re marks Speaking of wheels weve got em Open confession is said to bo good for the soul The New York Sun probably is right In suggesting that too many people are drowned every year How many would be about the proper quota any- way A Boston resturateur advertised in the window choice molluscous bi valves and a visitor from Philadel phia walked right by the place four times looking for an oyster stew More than a century ago Horace Wal pole wrote How unfortunate that lit tle countries should retain a spirit of independence which they have not strength to preserve and that great nations who might throw It off court the yoke Thus he anticipated the Greece and Germany of to day A woniaa recently returned from the Klondike says she received fifty offers of marriage before she was fifty miles np the Yukon But she waited until she reached the mines and married a ma...

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 — 9 September 1897

U5 f c b i V X W WHEN WILL WAGES RISE Stocks have risen in value wheat is booming Republican editors are hys iericalily happy but the wage earner Is looking in vain for an increase in ais pay Prosperity is here but somehow or other the men who work for a living dont seem to be getting any of the benefits And in addition to the fact that wages are low there comes the added fact that work is scarce When he wage earner finds no difficulty in securing a place to labor and when he receives a decent wage in recompense for that labor then indeed will the Republican hilarity over good times have cause for existence Consistency demands that the Re publican employers of labor should prove their faith in the return of pros perity by meeting the demands of la bor for a reasonable wage with a prompt and cheerful response A fail ure to do this is either a confession of the falsehood of their claims or of the fact that th ej are oppressors of the poor and speculators in human lives Starving miners...

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 — 9 September 1897

JL K y M t3STK2MM TfflS WIDE WORLD INTELLIGENCE FROM ALL PARTS 1 WOESE THAN PAINTED ALASKAN AUTHORITIES MUCH ALARMED GERMANS CELEBRATE ARE Damp at Skaguay the Refuge of the Worst Class of Criminals on the Pacific Coast Gov Brady Will Notify Authorities in Washington Alaska Authorities Alarmed The authorities of Alaska have awok npd to the serious nature of the situation1 IttPhlto Pass They see in a contimancej f the camp at Skaguay as now consti lted possibilities of crime and various ptber evils of great magnitude Steps will fee taken to break up the camp by dispers ing the lawless olement that has gathered there Col F S Chadbourne state harbor smmfesioner of California says Collector Ives and a forco of deputy United States marshals have determined to raid the town if Skaguay and clean out the whisky smugglers and saloon men and rid the wrap of the disorderly element It Is the Jtfugo of the worst class of criminals con- men and thugs on the coast Serious as is the situation at Ska...

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 — 9 September 1897

i Skf ti CA rt n K 1897 EVERYBODY Can Afford to Visit the This Year at OMAHA 1897 STATE FAIR September 19 to 24 1897 The Fremont Elkhorn Mo Valley and Sioux City Pacific Railroads Will Make Cheap Rates and will run Special Trains sMSee Posters for Dates and Schedules Special State Fair Trains as advertised -will run to and from STATE FAIR GROUNDS STATION Omaha and not to and from Webster Street Station in tne City THURSDAY NIGHT all Trains -will leave from Webster Street Depot Omaha after tlie parade Recmlar Po0 Ti crfna win run on present scbedule -to and Jrom Webster Street Station Commencing Monday a stub Train rwill run between Irvington and the State Fair Grounds connecting Vitll all REGULAR Passenger Trains in both directions Electric Motors Hacks Omnibuses etc will run constantly between all Depots and Hotels in the City and the Fair Grounds See special advertising newspapers etc for a Directory of this Carnival week which includes The 31st Annual Nebraska State Fair State Ho...

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