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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 9 April 1896

L tr 4 i ft V Tl ITU O VOL U i maj wyruujcqcaaji 9 xmu M VAUMTI8E DE530GPAT SlCTKSiSnit TO SHERRY G02HY INDEPEK3KI HOBEBT GOOR Editor as Publisher jWLrkk CiEivesititetfi She lenfcratic votnrs ot Cherry jWiowth county will sneet in mass convention on Saturday April 18iS at 2 oclock m for he purposed electing dele gates to stule convention nnd to tran sact such other business as may prop- arlycorae before it M Chuistkxse Chmn To Cent Com SALUTATORY With this the first issuy of t55s pa per under its new name of The J kntixHPiocuat we make our--bow to the reading public of Yalenme and Northwestern Nfbraska andasblheir indulgence while we follow tle time honored journalistic custom ad air our hopes and aspirations intents and purposes and outline the fvilisy -the paper will pursue under our ananage meHt ittelieving that in the success of tlw democrat party lies the only -hope of permanent prosperity for theieople of these United states laborer -farmer merchant and manufacturer alike-we-s...

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 April 1896

Bhe fflnlenfine Bcmocrnt SUCCKSSOK TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEIMJXDKXT HOIJEItT 13 GOOD - Editoh Pkoi VALENTINE NEBRASKA A man or the name of Miser has been appointed iostmaster at the town of Starevout Ore England agreed that in the division of Africa Italy should have Abyssinia and it is probable that Italy is now disposed to ask Why didnt you speak for yourself John Bull That there is music to Americans In the screams of the eagle is shown by the action of the Ohio Legislature which included the national bird in the bill to prevent the killing of the feath ered songsters Mexico grows in proportion more rapidly than Canada the increase in our Southern neighbor in four years having been 900000 or S per cent A republican form of government is the first element of American prosperity A French scientist says lie has dis covered a method of applying the X rays to bombs o as to disclose their contents It would be more to the pur pose to go ahead with brain radio graphy and keep under inspecti...

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 April 1896

K t t f h r V ar u I sl i V rcJm4m fill PkJi I 3 sill sj n T2nt 4 Princess Marie of PRETTY was taken to Ber lin in 1S92 when she was just 17 and there met the handsome crown prince of Roumania who very quickly recognized her charms Trine ess Marie was equally attracted to him for he -as well as being handsome is possessed of great charm of manner and upright ness of character a prince fitted in way to be a hero of romance The betrothal took place not long after their meeting with the cordial assent of all the relatives of both prince and princess and on Jan 11 1S93 their marriage was celebrated at Sigmarin gen The beauty and youth of Princess Marie touched all hearts and her win ning manner soon made her as beloved by King Charles as if she was actually bis own daughter The Queen of is as charmed witli her new niece 4is the king s and looks on her and treats her as a daughter finding in her -companionship a relief from her sad memories and fits of melancholy The costume worn by 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 — 9 April 1896

AROUND THE EARTH OCCURRENCES THEREIN FOR A WEEK WANT TO AEBITEATE APPEAL MADE BY CARDINALS OF THREE COUNTRIES Unhappy Man Learns that Ho Is Only the Eighth Husband of a Woman TVho Marries for Cash Consul Waller in London Want to Arbitrate Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore gave out the following appeal for arbitration instead of war signed by himself and Cardinals Yaughn of Westminster and liOgue of Ireland An appeal by the American Irish and English cardinals in behalf of a perma nent tribunal of arbitration We the cardinals representatives of t he Prince of Peace and of the Catholic Church in our respective countries invite all who hear our voice to co operate in the formation of a public opinion which shall demand the establishment of a per manent tribunal of arbitration asa ration al substitute among the English speaking Taces for a resort to the bloody arbitra ment of war We therefore earnestly invite all to unite with us in pressing their convictions and desires upon their respecti...

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 April 1896

i V it a 4 V HSMAEOK IS NOW 81 TIME HONORS AND SPARES THE IRON CHANCELLOR -Hearty Congratulations Received by the Great German Statesman He Makes a Speech to Thousands Who Come from Hamburg Crowds Pay Tribute Prince Bismarck was 81 years old Wednesday and in honor of his birthday bands of music played in the Schloss park -at Freidrichsruhe all the morning Prince Bismarck entered lihe salon at 1130 and found displayed on a table his birthday presents Ho was affectionately greeted by his son Count Herbert Bismarck and by his daughter Countess Rantzau After Dr Schwenninger had congratulated the prince the latter closely examined his Jpbi8Lj TlilE HONORS AND SPARES 11111 portrait painted by Lenhach who ap peared later whereupon Prince Bismarck igreeted him -with a good morning Among the presents was a collection of articles from Madagascar sent by Eu gene Wolf Emperor Williams present to Prince Bismarck was a photograph of the imperial family in a group inclosed in a ihandsome frame Cou...

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 — 9 April 1896

R k i i Kit I p - MY PLAYMATES K wind couios whispering to me of the country green and cool Of redwing blackbirds chattering beside a reedy pool It brings me soothing fancies of the home stead on the hill And I hear the thrushs evening song and llie robins morning trill So I fall to thinking tenderly of those I used to know Where the sassafras and suakeroot and checkerberries grow What has become of Ezra Marsh who lived on Bakershill And whats become of Noble Pratt -whose fattier kept the mill And whats become of Lizzie Crum and Anastasia Snell And of Roxie Root who tended school in Boston for a spell They were the boys and they the girls who shared my youthful play They do not answer to my call My play mates where are they What has become of Levi and his little brother Joe Who lived next door to where we lived some forty years ago Id like to see the Newton boys and Quincy Adams Brown And llepsy Hall and Ella Cowles who spelled the whole school down And Graeie Smith the Cutler boys ...

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 — 9 April 1896

X 7 V U V - Important Change of Time on t Northern Commencing April 5th the Sioux Citj find Northern morning passenger wil leave Siou City at 530 a in arriving a Minneapolis at 5 p in St Paul 0 pi m This train will run through to St Cloud making close connections at that poin with through trains for the Pacific coast arriving at Seattle at 8 a m Portlanc 830 a m the third day afier leaving Sioux City This is the shortest and bes route to the north Pacific coast Nn lay overs through palace sleepers buffe cars tourist sleepers only one change Spring g am k q q Your blood in Spring is almost certain to be full of impurities the accumulation of the winter months Bad ventilation of sleeping rooms impure air in dwell ings factories and shops over eating heavy improper foods lailure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust upon them are tiie prime causes of this condition It is of the utmost importance that you Punfv Your Blood Now as when warmer weather comes and the...

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 — 9 April 1896

I I fM3lSBlmiMKMuaM 1 1 f IJ 1 F ry MitmMiamammamm iiUtsiitsprK rsf ttlgcordiallj and fnitcrnallv invited to attend F M Walcott W M Vyv Tnovrsoic Seev ValPiitine Lodge No 70 A O II W meets M and 3rd31onday in each mouthy M Chrisspnen M W L I- stoner Eec Valentine Lodge Xo 205 T O O F meets vry Tluivda mug Visiting brothers cord 1allynTttl toattend our ineetiigb J II Yeast NrG Wkmkv See Col Wood IustNo w Department of Ne braska regular ami ith Sat sudavs of earn month at -2 u m slinru Comrtfls from other Iosts ar cordially invited to attend W W Thomi5 o Coiirvmnder Joiix lUN adjt Col Wood W It C No 179 regular meeting 2d and gatuidays of each month Asiaxda LuWKvPres Hklrx Ilonxm ee Arrival art Departure of ULails Mail east and west closes at 8 p m Rosebud leaves at Sfl a m daily eept Sun day and arrives at 50 p m Simeon Kennedy and Oasis leaves at 700 a m Mondays Wednesdays and Fri day and arrives at 700 p m Tuesdays and Saturdays Ft Niobrara leaves daily at 00 a in and 5 00 p ui arr...

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 — 16 April 1896

ft V u N 4 a -V RT VOL XT I i Ij 1 i I IT THE VALENTINE DEMQORAT CHERRY COUKTY INDEPENDENT GOOD Editor and Publisher -Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Kebraslca XOO JPer eer inKA7 nance Stae Csiventi3 t The state conventon r he dcmo raic pnrty of Nebmsln i herevy iid at LiiKoi April ii at the lirur of 4 oVn k j in lr the purpose ol mVi nr li c ir s and i al ternates to atendr1u national con vention H be In4 l m chifico on the Tth lav of Jiilv lJiJ Tin aMvirUonmpnr of dczi s J rum each countv Iii mI on ihevo for th Hon T lrMalioiifV cvn U lor jn lj of tin su lrimi emit at the hisrnva t on and n cludhig dilc iales at large from each comity i as follow Adam r 8 Antelope 4 3laine lnonc 35ox Butte Jtoyd lirown Ihiffajo Jiiirt Pulier Cass Cinlr Cliasi Cfivritf Cheyenne Claw Coilax 7 Cuming tt Custer C Dakota 3ae ri Dawson 4 Deuel Dixon Dodge Dcnijlas s 14 101 Diruly - i Fillmore f Franklin Frontier Furnas r I Oarlield 2 Gosji T 2 Grant 2 Civelev S Hall 8 Hamilton 4 Harlan 4 Hayes 4 Hitchc...

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 — 16 April 1896

i Ji J H ft lj R II iff SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA ti i x- ii - t 41 II IS UUlUUliiy U 1UUB UJ3 11 lJtt lijr Ing squadron had simply flew tho coop The spirit of Wendell Phillips is not stalking about Boston to any extent these times when three leading hotels refuse to entertain a Bishop because of his color Thousands of scientific men are ex perimenting with the X ray in Europe and America and as the subject grows on acquaintance it is likely to hold a place among the leading topics of 1S9G Emperor William says that to the best of his knowledge and belief the relations between Germany and Eng land are absolutely harmonious He keeps his left hand on his sword mere ly from force of habit The French are said to have invest ed 300000000 in the South African gold mines and a much larger amount In Russian stocks and Spanish bonds The payment of the German war in demnity and the Panama Canal losses appear to have made very little i...

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 — 16 April 1896

IJ V - f V wA WIFE OF OHIOS GOVERNOR a dozen years before the HALF war broke out Dr John Ludlow kept the best known rug store in Springfield Ohio He bad a daughter Ellen an exceptionally pretty girl who combined with her beauty a charming personality much intelligence and that irresistible fem inine trait a ready wit In short she was a Springfield belle in every mean ing of the word Dr Ludlow at the same time employed as a clerk Asa Bushnell then about 20 years old The clerk was not slow to see and appre ciate the wit and lovely char acter of his employers daughter She In turn liked the young man who drew oda water and sold herbs and medi cines Loves course did not run smooth for them at first Dr Ludlow was an F F O and young Bushnell was a stranger from York State about whom kittle was known and worse than that Whose prospects were not what is call ed flattering The apothecary didnt show much of an inclination to r US 211h MRS ASA BUSHNELL grove what prospects his clerk had by beco...

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 — 16 April 1896

i h H r I i r THE WORLD OYER Latest news from every LAND SLAIN BY HER LOVER ST LOUIS GIRL MURDERED BY A REJECTED SUITOR Pretty Blanche Simpson Killed Because She Rejected a Man of Ungovernable Temper Potatoes that Inebriate Expect 1000000 Murdered His Sweetheart St Louis As the result of the disso lution of their engagement by Blanche Simpson a pretty 19-year-old girl Geo Proutman her lover aged 22 shot and killed her Three bullets were fired through hex heart Mrs Robinson with whom the murdered girl lived narrowly escaped death Proutman firing one shot at her which missed the mark The murderer then escaped but was cap tured by a posse of citizens and taken to the Four Courts Proutman and Miss Simpson were engaged to be married in June but because of her fiances violent temper she broke the engagement This angered Proutman who went into the k room where his sweetheart was and shot her down while she was pleading for mercy After she had fallen he fired two more shots into her prostra...

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 — 16 April 1896

I J i A f M n - Bf l k r JL OF A JBEAT STATE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF NEBRASKA Superintendent Diimerells Report to the Secretary of State Shows 530 Incurable Insane Patients at the Hastings Asylum Incurable Insane Patients The county commissioners of Douglas County a few days ago applied to Dr Uemerell superintendent of the Hastings Asylum for Incurable Insane for infor nation regarding the number of patient in that institution credited to that count Dr Damerell forwarded to the Secretary af State the following list of all the coun ties and the number of patients from each o be given out for publication Adams 17 Antelope 5 uanner 1 Blame 0 Boone 5 Box fiutie 3 Boyd 2 Brown 1 Buffalo 17 Butler 5 Burt 8 Cass 8 Cedar 4 Chase 0 Cheyenne 4 Cherry 3 Clay Colfax uster Dakota 1 Dawes 2 Dawson 8 Deuel 0 Dixon 1 Dodge 18 Douglas Jo Dundy 2 bulmnru 14 Franklin t Frontier 3 Furnas 3 Uage 17 Sarlield 0 Sosper 3 Srant 0 lireeley 2 Hall 5 Hamilton 4 Harlan G Hayes 3 Hitchcock 1 Hooker 0 Holt fi Howa...

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 — 16 April 1896

j u W 4 R1 IN THE GOOD TIME COMING Said the theater girl I will wear a small hat whenever I go to the play Said the theater man Between all of the acts in my seat I will quietly stay Said the masculine star Ill let someone else take My place at the front of the stage Said the female star I will play only parts That do not conflict with my age The chorus girl said Ill give some of my time To music instead of my gown Said the comedy man Ill endeavor to be An actor instead of a clown Said the playwright Ill write them a sure enough play Without barnyard or buzzsaw or wheels Said the public Well give a full house to that play Just to see how the company feels I heard in my dream all these beautiful things And when will it happen said I Said the bicycle maidc n who blooms in the spring Theyll occur in the sweet by and by Washington Capital KISS IN THE TUNNEL Fraulein Martha a pretty blue eyed blonde sat in a second class carriage in a train which was hurry ing toward the Rhine We had str...

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 — 16 April 1896

i W if trf V p V A A i 9 Ban zycpzMs r i SA W President Isaac Lewis of Sabina Ohio is highly respected all through that sec tion lie has lived in Clinton County 75 years and has been president of the Sabina Bank twenty years He gladly testifies to the merit of Hoods Sarsa parilla and what he says is worthy attention All brain workers find jHoods Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted ito their needs It make3 pure rich red blood and from this comes nerve men tal bodily and digestive strength I am glad io say that Hoods Sarsapa r Ma is a very good medicine especially as a blood purifier It has done me good manj times For several years I suffered greath with pains of N eura ID In one eye and about my temples especial ly at night when I had been having a hard day of physical and mental labor I took many remedies but found help only in Hoods Sarsaparilla which cured me of rheumatism neuralgia and headache Hoods Sarsaparilla has proved itself a true friend I also take floods Pills to keep my bow...

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 — 16 April 1896

W - u H fcM t 5 v is Attorney Kd Clarke I Comity SupeimieiiUent lilltuu Stoner Surveyor Hugh Hover kroner jr ncersoll ConuaissJHicrs 5 C M SAGS K W Starr - M Duil I PSulliv ever Thursday evening Visiting brot tally nvlted tnattend our meetings UiMdUHlAL mi lb I Hair cuttiag and shaving fci idA llHlll 111 Societies OLWC MENS SOCIAL CLlIi MPftts ivht Vtdetlay c vfuinif at the eiuv of Mrs Hon lombv HMirsr Vioic Chakiks li Vikuiki Secretary - qejtg vvll no 22 k iMlKOVHt OUDKi OK ItKDMKN J iecls every srrrwt mul fourth Saturday of t onfl mouth 31tiniiers of Hit rder in good 6tuuiiiiitrecoini Jx iisd fraternally invited to attfsnl r It THOMPSON Sachem 1 i WirGl Nb C of Records MinieUadusa Lodge No 102 A F A mods in regular comhmnjcalion Saturday even ing on or before the luSlninon in each month iiniiibcrs of the orderin good and regular stand ing cordially and fraternally invited to attend F M A LCOTT W M W W Jjeer Valentine Lodge No 70 A O U VV meets l si and 3rd Monday Jn each month M C...

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 — 23 April 1896

M v f V V t tat- - t i THE VOL XI Mtxszm THE VALE NTINE DEMOCRAT STCCKSSOltTO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOEEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official JPapei of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska llQO JPer Year in Advance State Convention une state convention of the democratic party of Nebraslcu is hereby called to meet at Lincoln April 2ir 180C at the hour of 4 oclock p m far the purpose ol selecting 10 delegates and 16 al ternates to attend the dcmucrua national to he held in Chicago oh the 7th aay of July is The apportionment of delegates from eachcouuty based on the vote for theulon T J Mahonev candidate for judge of tiie su preme court at the last general election and in cluding 2 delegates at large fromeach eouuty is as follows Adams 8 Johnson C Antelope 4 Kearney - 4 Banner 2 Keith 2 Blaine 2 KeyaPiha 3 Boone 4 KinibiH 2 Box Butte 5 Knox 5 Boyd - 4 Lancaster 18 Brown 4 Lincoln 7 Buffalo 5 Loiran 3 Burt 5 Loup 2 Butler 11 Madison 3 ass 11 McPhersou 2 Cedar 8 Memck 5 Chase 2 Nance 2 Cherry 5 N...

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 — 23 April 1896

it I a 1 1 U i i i i i ii i Hi in Sggpsr 0b ahntiw gjemocrat Si SUCCESSOK TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT tOBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop Valentine NEBRASKA President Kruger is serving his tlTin terra and seems to be doing a pretty good job too Perhaps Russia will be the next na fion to drop an ultimatum in the slot and make the lion roar A tramp was found drowned in a bath tub the other day in Denver The police axe now trying to trace the mur derer Is anything serious troubling Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany No arrests for lese majeste have been reported for a period of fully a week If the tramps have anything to say n the pi oceedings of the anti tramp convention they will doubtless advocate the adoption of a resolution supporting the good roads movement A Russian dispaitch says that the czar has engaged a typewriter and re duced his body guard If the czarina understands her business the reduction of the body guard probably will not be continued long Pennsylvania reports that the value of far...

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 — 23 April 1896

u I 7 rt il4AAAAlAAAAAw I X yrViVWQ9QQQQ4rQQQ trxt 3 f K - i THREE PICTURES OF HORRID MR Good Shooting Three skeleton companies of infan tryISO men in all half faced to the right on the right wing of a division extended in battle line along a creek fringed with trees and there to hold its ground at all hazards We on the flank have no cover but face a cleared lield half a mile wide and are sprung out in single line No bullets are fired at us from in front but there is a steady and vengeful ping ping ping from the hot fjfculead coming in behind us and over the -heads of our comrades facing the south We stand at parade rest aud take whatever comes without wincing Now and then a bullet finds its billet and a man goes down but the Steady men of the senior captain prevents -anything like confusion in the lines Nothing tries the nerves more than to he under fire in line without movement but pride and iseipline are strong fac tors on a battle lield At the end of half an hour we have eleven ...

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 — 23 April 1896

3S -- 1 I ii 1 J I w h 4 -- ii I k 1 lite fb Valentine tmotvni SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop VALENTINE fe The NEBRASKA HOME EULE EOE CUBA SPAIN CONSIDERING A SCHEME FOR SELF GOVERNMENT Move Believed to be Rather liate in the Day but is Expected to Please a Majority of Spaniards Black Plague in China Home Rule for Cuba A Madrid special to the New York World says The Madrid Government it Jias leaked out is about to try to steal a march on President Cleveland It is making preparation which it pre tends are voluntary to put into force in the West Indies same scheme of colonial nome rule based upon the bill which passed the Cortes in January 1895 The reforms will go into effect as soon as Gen Weyler guided by hints on the subject from the Spanish legation in Washington deems it expedient Military men and statesmen having colonial experience generally think it rather late in the day for this strategy But it is likely to please the majority oi the Spani...

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