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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

I t 1 1 - IV ft 1 V V vsr V S k i - t VOL vn CHERRY CO INDEPENDENT Published Eveuy Thuksday Fahris IIaavkes Publishers Societies MInnekadusa Lodge No 192 A F A M meets in regular communication Saturday even Inc on or oefore the full moon in each month members of the order in good and regular stand ing cordially and fraternally invited to attend V T Bdlms W M C H Cokeii Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U W meets he 1st and 3rd Monday in each month C H Cornell M W It N Watson Kec PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS QYRUS w kin SUPEEHTTflirDEUT OP SCHOOLS Regular examination of teachers the third Saturday of each month at his office in the Court House VALENTINE NEBRASKA Jb C DWYElt Physician and Surgeon Office at Watson Jaeksons Drug Store Prompt attention given to all professional calls Valentine Nebraska THD CLARKE Attorney-at-Law All kinds of legal business promptly attended to VALENTINE - NERKASKA W HAENET ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office 1st door south U S Land Office Main St VALEirrxxE - - Nebra...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

Uhehry County Independent VALENTINE NEB MAY CAUSE trouble TO EVERY ELECTRIC STREET CAR LINE Suits IVero Brought In the United Stares Circuit Court at Toledo Ohio Involv ing Every Electric Street Cur JLIjw in the United States IJcsjinninc of a Ulg Cas Toledo Ohio special Suits -were frroushu iierc involving every electric street railway in tlio United States Two suits were filed in the United States Circuit Court by Hon Prank H Uurd and O S Brunibeck attorneys representing Benson Bidwell of Rochester Ind against the Toledo Con solidated Street Hallway Company It is Jiiinied that this company lias infringed on Bid wells fundamental original patients for running electric cars and the principle involved In the use of the underside spring contract also that the patents for running and lighting cars with the same current of electricity and lighting streets and houses along the line from tne current which pro pels the cars have been infringed upon VALALE OKE lilSCOVEKY A Find in Wisconsin ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

i i i V IS k THE FIGURES NEBRASKAS S0372i 253801 303m 1126 65 34 535 bl731i 2220793 1925 115009 4036W 33SyS 426 1 2230S3 1301 S0505 323340 232430 7025 79260 13U9G0 Merrick Madison Xemana Nance Nuckolls Otoe Pawnee Perkins Phelps Platte Pierce Polk Koi Willow Kichardion Rock Saline Sarpy Saunders Seward Sheridan Sherman -Sioux Stanton Thayer Thomas Thurston Valley Washington Wayne Webster 3S9970 Wheeler S71545 York 23730 523675 Total 1068395 N w ttlLLIOlJS OF DOLLARS REACHED EXPORTS BY t Condensation or u itoport TChch Deputy Labor Commissioner Andres Has Hand ed to tlie Governor V 1 ino Showing lor J1 the Counties Nebraskas Export Trade Nothing will be more valuable among the reports submitted to the Legisla ture when it assembles on the first of the year than that from the Bureau of Industrial statistics upon the surplus -of Nebraska products It has long been a noted fact that by far the larger proportion of the varied products of the field never cross the boundaries of the county ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

Gherry County Independent VALENTINE NEB F W HAW ICES f Editobs Pobusheus DRAMATIC DOINGS WHAT PLAYERS PLAYWRIGHT3 AND MANAGERS ARE DOING The Second ol the Great American Trago dians Booths Enchanting Elocution Johnsons Narrow Escape from a Sym pathetic Audience At Homo and Abroad Thomas Bcttertoji t 11 t ftxsr i T TAJIE second of n F d mr yj i r 1 f v u w i v r JJ tragedians is oju lily pxuuuiuo ly tcrton but a gulf of over half a century of time lies be tween them Soon after Burbages death the stage fell on evil days During the early part of the time of Puritan su premacy i n the nation the theaters fell into disrepute and later on they were closed altogether In 1G60 though at the restoration of the Stuarts forty one years after the demise of Burbagc they were reopened It was then that Betterton appeared on the scene He found the stage degraded and the public taste deteriorated but he quickly improved both He took the leading tragic parts in such of Shakspeares plays as the deprave...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

II- h V bi rf A Strong Man An Italian in Eeno Nevada boasts that he is the strongest man In the world His spinal column seems to be double and his bones and joints are all very large He nas repeatedly lifted with the third finger of his right hand men weighing from 150 to 200 pounds by plaoing his finger under the hollow of one of their feet and thus carrying them round a room He oan strike with his fist a blow with a power of 500 pounds as measured on a register and when a couple of big Irishmen attacked him recently he seized one in each hand and knocked them together until they were insensible and half dead The family physician Mrs Helen It Shalters 420 Walnut St Reading Pa s tates AVe always uso Salvation Oil for what it is recommended in place of a phy sician It never fails At the present moment the polico system in all its branches costs Eng land close upon 20000000 a year verve Ketoier Ko FitB after firet days use Mar t eloas cures Treatise and 200 trial bottle free to t case...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

INCREASE OF CURRENCY WHY THE NEW ENGLAND STATES OPPOSE IT TIio Freo Coinago Kill Opposed Hocauso Jt Would MuUu Money Cheaper and ifaho the Jrico or all Products of Xauor Tlio I oar Dollar The New England States irrespect ive of party in each Congress contend against an increase in our currency Without undertaking to discuss the idea of action upon principle it might be well to consider the possible mer cenary motives that underlie this con tention The financial interests of New Eugiaud and the East lie in the investments 01 us iiiuuu nuuiui increases its income from that source is advocated and whatever decreases this income is opposed There is but little doubt upon this point as judged from the past history of that section The free coinage hill was opposed on the ground that it made money cheaper and therefore raise the price of all tho products of labor which in turn would enable the debtor to pay his debts with less hard work this proposition in England declared to be nothing les...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

THE NIGHT EXPRESS Oct through the hills of midnight Hurtling and thuudering on Tho night exprosR from tbe outer ror Speeds for tho open of dawn Out of the past and gloom wrack Out of the dim and yore Freighted as train or caravan Was never freighted before Built when tho Sphinxs query Was now on the lips of peace Hurled through tho aching and hollow years Till time shall have release Stealing and as swift as a shadow Oh I do wish Bill7 with a sigh Well come i Vr muuoub urging acd bund TJnpent as a joy or tne flight of a bird With oblivion behind Down to the morrow country Into tho unknown laud 1 And tho Driver grips the throtte har Our lives aro in His hand The sleeping hills awake A tremor a dread a roar Tho terror is flying is coinu is past The hills cciTsleep once more A moment the silence throbs Ibo dark ha a pulse of fire And then tho wonder of time is 7- A -wraith and a desire Demolish toiling grim In tho ruddy furnace Haro While the Driver lingers tho tnrottle ja Who stands a...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 8 December 1892

r V I lv CHERRY GO INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Farris Hawkes Publishers Entered at the lust otlice at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Seeond dass matter StfBSOELPTION EATES In Advance per vear On Time ADYEETISING EATES One Column per month Cards NlF YOU MARKED IT FIND THIS SIGNIFIES 150 200 5800 100 PARAGRAPH THAT YOU ARE IN ARREARAGE ON YOR SUBSCRIP TION TO THISJAPER X With this issue our grand oifer to accept arrearages and renewals at the rate of one dollar per year expires The Peoples party cast 85000 votes in texas Omaha Tocsin The Peoples party is the first polit ical party in the history of the nation to win any electoral votes in its first national campaign Our Candidate will have twenty three v otes Sis the electoral college November 25 is known as evacua tion day at Xew York March 4 is looked forward too as evacuation day at Washington After that no one day will hold pre eminence above another for verilv all shall be moving davs If the farmers of the United St...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

I V 1 V STpi TTI Nil D H HI Jf V f r i VOL VII CHERRY GO INDEPENDENT Published Kvegy ihuksdav Fakpjs IIawkes Publishers Societies Minnekidu a Txidye Ho 192 A F A II cieets in rpjnilnrconuininicatioii Sutunlay evcu fciE on or licfoivs tlie lull moon in cauh nusnth members of lin order in goo and regular stand ing cordially mvl fraternally invitou to aiteud W T UuliisVV M C IT Coitxra Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U W meets ne 1st and tfrft Monday in each month C II Cornell M V K Watson liee PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS J JI MIIIEK J JI I JONRS MILLER JONES Office west side main strpet opposituDonnlier Hotel VALENTINE - VALENTINE QYRUS NEBRASKA CITY HOTEL M S WELUH Proprietor Just opened in Thacher building east tide main street Everything new and strictly first class Sleeping accommodations convenient Tables turuisbed with the best in market Good livery stable in connection - NEBRASKA W KINS SUPERniTilEDElTT OP SCHOOLS ltegular examination of teachers the third Saumlay of each mo...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

J XS0MM Cherry County toepemni VALENTINE NEB VhawkeI81 EDITOns Lusher 1 TO PRESERVE SI1IL0H TO STOP THE PLOWING UP OF SOLDIR3 BONES lAll Snrv vors of tlio Hattlo r Shlloli Will Meet on That Historic lialtlciielti i the Thirty first Anniversary To Mop the Moving ol Soldiers Remains To Preserve Sliiloh Field Montieello III special The survivors of tiiu battle of Suiluh will meet on that historic battlefield on the thirty first anni versary of the fight April 0 and 7 next The e will be appropriate services held at the national cemetery at Pittsburg Land in All the survivors of the various divisions that took pait in that bat lie orth and South will be invited io meet on the battlefield together lo iiiatlc the positions held by their comrades This will Include the old Army Df the Tennessee commanded by Gen Grant the Army of the Ohio commanded by Gen D U Buell and the Confederate Army commanded by Gens Albert Sidney Johnston and G T llcauregurd Theie will be an effort made to preserve th...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

-7 V W Gold Silver dollar- Subsidiary j ilver Minoi co - SHOULD NOT DELAY LET THE PROMISED REFORMS BE FORTHCOMING Tins Coiintiv lias Intrusted Use Demo crat Parry with Toner ami with Doi litilo instructions Tho Income Tax Iilesi Jushed Iejjln at Once As might have been expected the discordant elements of the Democratic party are in fierce contest as to when to begin the task of reconstruction Those who never meant anything but to get the spoii3 of office very natur ally are reluctant to begin at all Those who have faith in the substan tial character of their promises strong ly insist that prudence- as well as in terest calls for the promptest action possible Why should not the aggressive pol icy of the Democratic party begin at once The country has intrusted them with power with definite instructions and amxjle opportunity They will have the President and all the depart ments of the administration The lower House is overwhelmingly in their hands and the Senate will be with them if t...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

V J ft GHERRr County Independent WHAT AND VALENTINE NEB EDIT0I1S BLISHEKa WaVKES DRAMATIC DOINGS PLAYERS PLAYWRIGHTS MANAGERS ARE DOING Gruco Golden Writes or tho Field for Lit tle Women Interesting Dramatic Data Tlio Proe List Susiiendcd Autocrats ol the Elder IJooth Tvittlo Women on tlie Stage r X A - L t m ww rs j i i i - - V jfWi A t PS w fifh i s U t v u 1 VPIL7 ox Ehould not be overlooked CTHORS and th e a t r i c a 1 igers are nltiolp liifflllihlf K M S V rrites Grace Golden the Prima Donna in the New York Journal They are sometimes guilty of pay ing too little attention to the little wo men who al though small is quite an im portant per sonage and They first err in putting into her mouth lines of vastly too heroic variety the sec ond by substituting a tall woman for her The little womans province is quite distinctly defined and should under no circumstances be usurped by her larger sisters of the stage It is in the impersonation of juven ile and masculine roles Nature has fi...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

v mi Sivm Is w 255- - i A Young Woman at Fifty 1 oieneMon receipt of SI OO r i comes no matter how dark tho clouds are when tho woman who is borne down by troubles turns to Dr Pierces Fav orite Prescription If her lifo is made gloomy by the chronic weaknesses deli cate derangements and painful disorders that pletey cured- u shes nervous or run down she has now life and strength Favorite Prescription is a powerful invigorating tonic and a soothing ana strengthening nervina TmrAlwpfptnble oerfectlv harmless It regulates and promotes all the proper functions of -womanhood improves digestion enriches the blood dispels aches and pains brings refreshing sleep and re stores health and vigor For every female complaint and disturbance it is the only remedy so sure and unfailing that it can be guaranteed If it doesnt benefit or cure you have your money back TIP JEWS Jp ySjc mSm V Vu Km Fa t i It Cures ColdaCoughaSore ThroatCronpInflaen Bcv7hoopins Cough Bronchitis and Asthma A certain cure fo...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

rf - -- R1K2MM - r y yfmHK1 im 0i old had so loir nsol GOOD fashioned Chriamas with the logs upon the hearth J he tnble filled with feas lersantberocm a roar th mirth With the stocUins eraiiimed tobustin antlie medders piled ith snow fashioned Christmas llUo we Now that- ihn thinjr Id ifcre I die u Chvisrna in the city like to see as in here Its dif- fcrent uh my With the crowded hustle hustle slushy noisy street n thy scowl upon the faces of the Ci that vou met of the Dli theres buyin plenty of it of a lot o gorgeous toys An i takes a mint o money to please modern girls and hoys Why 1 mind the time a jack knife an a toffy lump for me Made my little heart an stockin us chock full of Chri mas glee An theres fcastin Think o fesdin with these stuck up city folk Why ye have to sreak in whispers an ye darssitt crack a joke Then remember how the tables looked all crowded with your kin Wnen you couldnt hoar a whistle blow iicros the merry du Ton sec Im so old-fashioned-like I dont caic muc...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

JKrVMh f SOME HEW GOVERNORS A BRIEF HISTORY OF EXECU TIVES RECENTLY ELECTED Iilch Altgold and ZtZxitthcirs Are Farmers Sons Ieck Was a Printer Crounse Stone and Nelson Were Lawyers Began Life Poor Governor Ieck George TV Peck who has been re elected Governor of Wisconsin was born in Jefferson County New York Sent 28 1840 his family moving to Wis consin three years la ter He attended the common schools until 15 years old when ho learned the printers trade In 1SGL he became a newspaper proprietor but later entered the army and served till the close ov ricc of the war After a three years jour nalistic career in Xcw York City he returned to Wisconsin and shortly afterward started the paper which not only brought him a comfortable fortune but made his name a house hold word He is said to fully in dorse Mr Clevelands views upon all leading questions John T Uleli Hon John T Rich the Governor elect of Michigan is a farmer His parents originally from Vermont re miwWh v r x jiv y t moved to C...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

U I If w Pi R j rfUbgy w 15 ri t x In Advance iter year On Time ADVERTISING BATES One Column r month Cards been lapses of only five per Virst Quite a number of the ers of this county are vm if r j h H CHERRY GO INDEPENDENT rURLISHRD EVEUJf THURSDAY Farris Hawkes Publishers Entered at Hie Fost olllce it Vilentinc Cherry county Nebraska us Second class matter SUBSOKEPTION BATES SI 60 200 800 100 If you rxD this paragraph 0 MARKED IT SIGNIFIES TnAT YOU ARE IN ARREARAGE ON YOR SUBSCRIP TION TO THIS PAPER There are 860000 employes in the service of the railways iu the United States according to latest report They ask for an increase of about 30 cents per day which seems at least a reason able demand This would at once put into the channels of trade 87000000 which is now hoarded by the Goulds Vanderbilts and other K E Kings The Keeley movement for the past year cuts off nearly 20000000 from the liquor traffic or 132202 barrels of liquor for which a new market must be found The records at ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

V KvJ ft -7 -Or 1AM rv ft rSiL - jPM8wI J I n V I fcl - -v-- Si r - J jk If Y f kv F VOL YIL VALENTINE f f CHERHY CO INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVEIIY TllUKSDAY Farkis fc Hawkes Publishers Societies Hinuekaduss odge No 192 A F A in regtilnrooinnmnication Saturday on or before tlie full moon in each month members or the order in goot and regular stand ing cordially laid fraternally inviuri to aitairt W T BuliisW M C H CoitxErii Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U W meets be 1st and ir Monday in each month C II Cornell M W It N Watson Itec PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS J M MlILEK J 3T J Jors MILLER JONES t Office west side main streetoppositeDonober Hotel VALENTINE NEBRASKA CITY HOTEL M S WELCH Proprietor Just opened in Thacher building east bide main street Everything new and strictly first class Sleeping accommodations convenient Tables furnished with the best in market Good livery stable in connection NEBRASKA QYRUS W KINS fiTTTTCTTKTnENT OP SCHOOLS Itegnlar examination of teachers the t...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

r frAiCVHW H 1 f - Vli I - i W1 Mi riSi BK 5 I ip - - v - r 5 1 jr in- JWWiKl VALENTINE - - - s VOL TIL yS3ES S Al f GHERRY CO INDEPENDENT PUBIISIIKD EVKEY TlIUllSDAV Farkis IIawkes Publishers Societies Hinnekadusa Lodge No 192 A F A 71 aeets in regiHBroommunication Saturday ercn tac on or before tlie full moon in each month members of Hit order in good and regular stand ing cordially aul fraternally invited to attend V T BulmsVV M G II Cokkbtaj Secy Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U W meets he 1st and sr Monday in each month C II Cornell M W It ST Watson Kec PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS J 2tf MlILEK J 1T J JONKS MILLER JONES Office west side main streetoppositeDonoher Hotel NEBRASKA CITY HOTEL M S WEUm Proprietor Just opened in Thacher founding east side main street Everything new and strictly first class Sleeping accommodations convenient Tables furuishert with the best in market Ubod livery stable in connection VALENTINE - NEBRASKA QYRUS W KIN 3 SUPIffiOTENDENT OP SCHOOLS Regular ex...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

SgawreSQiKftttuSgJBWP Cherry gouhty moepekdehi VALENTINE NEB - ji TO PRESERVE SIIILOIL fro STOP THE PLOWING UP SOLDIERS BONES OF lAU Snrv vors of tho Jtattlo r Shlloh Will Meet on llmt Historic ISnltlclicHt tlio Thlrty lirist AniiIxorfiary To Mop the 31o iig of Soldiers Kcinalns To Jlohorvo Shiloh Field 5 MouvlcelloTll special Tho survivors of the battle of Shiloh will meet on that hiMoric battlefield on tho tUirty first anni versary of the flght April 0 and 7 next Tiic e will be appropriate services held at the national cemetery at Pittsburg Land ing All the survivors of the various divisions that took pait in that bat Xle Ctorth and South will be invited io meet on the battlefield together lo maik the positions held by their comrades This will Include the old Auny of the Tennessee commanded by Gen Grant the Army of the Ohio commanded by Jen D C Buell and the Confederate -Army commauded by Gens Albert Sidney Johnston and G T Ucauregard There will be an effort made to preserve this ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

m hi V r K s t n it - v 4 I H f d - fef - fK SHOULD NOT DELAY LET THE PROMISED REFORMS BE FORTHCOMING Th Conntv lias Intrusted the Demo cratic Tarry with rower anil with Det inue lustrurtlonsTlio Income Tax Iilea JJcTjih Jushed I lUsln at Once As might have heen expected the discordant elements of the Democratic party are in fierce contest as to when to begin the task of reconstruction Those who never meant anything but to get the spoils of office very natur ally are reluctant to begin at all Those who have faith in the substan tial character of their promises strong ly insist that prudence as well as in terest calls tor thf promptest action possible Why should not the aggressive pol icy of llio Democratic party begin at once The country has intrusted them with power with definite instructions and ample opportunity They will have the President and all the depart ments of the administration The lower House is overwhelmingly in their hands and the Senate will be with them if they are ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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