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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 2 July 1896

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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 July 1896

a WAS A BEAVE WOMAN TAKES HER DEAD HUSBANDS PLACE AT THE GUN When He Wan Shot ilarsarct Corbin Faced the Foe While Scores of Men Hastened to Get Away Ranks with Vthe Maid of Sarajjossa As a Cannoneer in a Battle Margaret Corbin a New York woman whose bravery ranks her with Byrons iamous heroine the maid of Saragossa and also with the maid of Domremy is comparatively unknown to the world Historians overlooked one of the grand est women that ever trod the earth when they failed to tell of the deed of heroism done by Margaret Corbin during the bat tle of Fort Washington A few lines in an encyclopedia tell something of her but no place else is there a word about her It was in the defense of New York city that Margaret Corbin showed herself as a courageous and brave woman In the battle of -Harlem plains first and last of importance to be fought on the Island of Manhattan hers was the only deed of shining valor that gave the surrender of Fort Washington the glory of victorious resistance ...

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 July 1896

r - r t JL J -A r Have Xiivcd Lonjr in the JjanO The most remarkable instance ot longevity in the history of the Nutmeg State perhaps is noted in the Kimball family of the town of Preston one member of it Mrs Abby S Cook who is passing the closing years of her life in the home of her daughter Mrs Will iam H Cook of Franklin street this city having celebrated on Tuesday the 90th anniversary of her birthday Mrs Cook is the widow of the late Isaac H Cook of Preston A large number of her relatives friends and neighbors called at her home on her anniversary day ard congratulated her and the venerable lady who is still hale and active and of a cheerful spirit enter tained them Mrs Cook is a member of a family of eight children sons and daughters of Elisha and Lucy Lathrop Kimball all of whom are alive and in vigorous health with the exception of Mrs Sybil A Branch the eldest who died two years ago at Itoxbury Mass aged 00 years and 4 months Here are the names and ages of the surviving mem...

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 July 1896

I If I K f l m IT MAKES THINGS WARM iflPor our competitors Tlioy cant see liov we do it Thats our secret and it doesnt make any dif ference to you All you want to know jV that you can buy goods cheaper of us than of anybody else- -Our prices are the most con vincing proof we can offer A good congress plow shoe 100 A good calf fine shoe - - 125 Fine satin calf worth 250 for 195 Womans satin calf worth 150 100 Womans Dongola - - 119 Womans fine Dongola - - 145 Extra fine dongola worth 200 1G5 Extra fine Dongola turn 400 215 A few good Oxford ties lett at 99c Childrens shoes of all sizes Ask to see them and get prices HATS We liave received another large lot of hats to close out to you at just about 50 cent on the dollar These are genuine bargains Come in and look them over Good Seamless Socks for 5c per pair One worth 15c for 10c Fine ones worth 25c for 15c Suspenders for 15c 20c 25c 30c ally worth double Pine assortment JVec7rer and S7iirts Ties for 25c 35c and 50c Shirts for 45c 50c...

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 July 1896

A y 1 A tomjfc rptjo VL V vl M J3 TKISND THAT tfyiiii ny IZvvttts BiiiMft Oniiwrt fyly K ScilOdl lilWtlllS ihfV U Tiwluls Jul V 20 Counts roimi sIHiers July 2 ICov let politics boil 4 The Preston Mystery Witit for the October races Shoe sale at T C Hornbys 21 School iiioeting next Tuesday Shirt waists at cost at T C Horn by1 - - 24 Have you noticed The Democrats flew sign Dont miss residing The Preston Mystery Lieut Elliot lists returned from his trip in the estst E J DeBell and family celebrated the Fourth here Mrs ft J Cook is visiting friends on the llesorvation Installation of officers at Tied Mens lodge tomorrow night D It Thurston will open a law office inValentine soon Farmers and rsinchmen have com menced putting up hay Mads Johnson was up from Long pine on business Monday Wm Fran eke has gone to Des Moines Iowa on business Miss Sadie Dewey is now dining room girl at The Donoher Ladies mens and childrens bath ing suits at T C Hornbys 24 EJ Davenport returned from his convent...

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 July 1896

IS h r i WOMAN AND THE WHEEL you are a woman It is your IF duty to call down bless ings upon the bead of bim who first made a wheel which a woman could ride It was a great day a white day for the sex and the race when woman mastered the graceful art of riding for by the wheel she has reached many things most desirable From the mak ers and sellers of wheels comes the sood news that the out put of wheels for women this year will be not only greatly in excess of any past year but more wheels for women will be made than for men The news is good news because of its cheering significance It means that many women will be more in the open air and sunshine than ever before in their lives it means that their flabbjr muscles will grow firm and strong their eyes bright and quick that their cheeks will lose their sickly cast and will glow with life in short that the thousands of women who ride will become healthy creatures in mind and body And every improvement thus made in personal health means...

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 July 1896

V P A -YOUTH NO BARRIER Flattering French Opinion of Young IVIeriH Ability in This Country The following from a Parisian in America is very flattering to the ability of young men-in-this country Happy country where youth far from being a fault is almost a privi lege where they do not waitintil your voice is less clear and your words Jess ardent until you have left along your weary route all the illusions of youth until Vour back is bent to have confi dence in you to trust heavy responsi bilities to 3ou No matter how high one is placed be receives joung people everywhere with favor he permits them to speak before he judges them he does not throw in their face that stupid judg ment which in many countries passes for a sentence without appeal and sets them aside as inexperienced young sters The Americans have many good reasons for making so much of youth for one needs all its freshness all its flexibility all its vigor to go ahead In a country in which the race aftei fortune has taken ...

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 July 1896

- li I I I I Uf r m the Republican comity convention in intention ally omiuicg 10 suae iu views uu ims iiiipuiiuiUi Question as a repetition of the cowarxllyand - honest practices of that party Finally we endorse the administration for its excellent conduct of publicaflairs Its vigorous foreign policy and its iinparallelled management in maintaining the -public credit against foes from Avltuout and foes from within Walt for the nomine of the demo cratic national convention McKinleys triumph is democratic opportunity New York World The latest wrepbrts received at this office- say that A E Cady will for congress in this district A Sioux City alderman was recently lucked out of the council on account of corrupt practices and nowseeks re flection The INew York Dispatch says it osts just 319 to make a 100 bicycle No wonder the manufacturers are get ting rich A E Cady was nominated by re publicans at North Platte last Friday and will fey to be elected congressman jf rom the JBig Sixth dis...

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 July 1896

V p I J s R w OFFICIAL DIRECTORY ST VII fJuvenior icnUiiiit Governor SMrcta i y of suite TwiMtivr W I ill 01 Com Inihnnl Kiiildiii AMnnmv Ci iiril Jiiipl lubhu lnsirncUoii KeKOut University Sihis A llolcoinli Ioiicit K Moore lout A Iipcr 1 S Iailicy lCiivne Monie Ifniu vC llllS tIl Arthur SCIuiP lutT Henry KCoiR tt c II Cert 1 Ilurnliiiii y I tail IS I Hoiincs T Miitlnii JI JHnll Iinriilll OlIKllia Alma Iierci Kcjinicv lichjnr rNntKSSIONAI Senators Win V Allen laliMn Tolin M TliurMoii Onialia ilrescntativi lMt HihU K tlwe 15 Strode 3inwlii Sccoini l It Merr Omaha Third cIiIeiJ4leiohiitillittoii Koniili K 1 Hai inT Aurora fifth Win K Andrews IIusIiiiks Sixth 0 rI Kcin ttrnlttii low irnioiAh Supreme Court T I Normal Chicr Justice Harrison and Iolk assoriato Fifteenth ludicial IHMrirt M 1 Kinkaid ONeill V n Wcstuvcr Husiivillo LKOKJLATfVI Ronresentctive Fifty semd District Frairk Rnthlcutncr ICiljrore Senator rooileenUilJiMri5t Henry G Stew art Crawford LAND OFFICE Register C It Glover...

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 July 1896

i I t 11 I I 5 VI i V t F t - vr pb almtine jfljenwcrat SUCCESSOK TO CHERRY COUSTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JSditou Pjiop VALENTINE A - - t K 1 - NEBRASKA GOV BOIES ON CUBA EX GOVERNORS VIEWS ON CUBAN SITUATION Bralceman Badly Injured THE letter Addressed to Creelman the War Correspondent Recently Ex pelledfrom the Island Sympathizes With the Struggling Islanders The Ex Governor on Cuba Gov Horace Boies of Iowa has ad dressed the following letter to James A Creelman the war correspondent recently expelled from Cuba Waterloo Iowa July 2 To James Creelman Esq My Dear Sir On my return from the farm I find on my table yours of the 27th ult and the beautiful Cuban flag you were kind enough to send me I sincerely thank you for each The view you express of the brave peo ple who have battled so long and with such heroic courage for a place among the nations of the earth could not fail to touch a sympathetic chord in every American freemans breast That the day will soon come when the Span...

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 July 1896

V I WHAT IT ALL COSTS PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS TAKE A PILE OF MONEY Total Expense of the National Con vention at St Louis Probably Be tween 3000000 and 4000000 WJnere the Money Goea An Enormous Expense Few people have any idea of the cost of a great national convention Time was when 100000 would have been thought a pretty high figure In the old days when Baltimore was the great national convention city and half the delegates -were represented by proxies from Con gressmen and others in Washington and when the convention met in theaters or halls and the members and visitors lodg ed in low rate hotels and boarding houses no doubt conventions were held at much less cost than even the half of 100000 But things are vastly different nowadays Millions now figure where tens of thou sands were once thought big Col H L Swords sergeant-at-arms of the Republican national committee esti mates the total cost of the St Louis con vention at over 3000000 First of all should be counted the straight ex...

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 July 1896

li u n IV K pi IS vl LI r i ftMiimHM iiUWMWpWI I - - 3Tor oW cbmjKSSltoi s They cant Isee hov v e k it Thats our si secret itMil doesnt fnakeany dif j fercnt oyii H V0lt wait to kpow v yoii -an liiy v ckeape tf us than of anybody else are the most tnroof HAT S We can e ir A shoe A good calt line slipe snn calf wortli250 for Womaoscatin calf vvdrth io0 Vomins Dongola fine Dongola dongola worth 200 ExfeaSne pongblatnm 400 A fawgpol Oxforxl ties lett at QJMdrens shoes of -all Ask to see them and rrrff iLj 125 195 100 119 145 165 215 99c sizes U Ul 1UUO m We have received jjinotlicr large Ifcof hats to close out to you at jtost about 50 centi on tlie dollar rilrese genuine bargains are - - in and look them over Good Seamless Socks for 5cfter pair One WoTth 15c for 10c cFine ones worth 25c for 15c Susbetiders for 15c 20c 25c 30c actu ally worth double Fine assortment Neciswear Shirts Tias forJ25c 35c and 50s Shirts for 45c and 65c fiTTO Md many others and Celluloid Collars standing or tu...

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 July 1896

SJ f y A THE VAL VOL -21 THIS AND THAT Cominy Events School meeting July2l Teachers Institute July 20 County Commissioners Julv 22 G A 11 Entcrtalnment July 25 Shoe sale at T C Hornbys 24 Wait for the races next October Everybody goes bathing these days Dont miss reading The Preston Mystery Aichie Pettycrew is- working in the hay flats J B Lord was up from Simeon yesterday Adolph Heller was up from Sioux City Monday David Banna was up from Wood Lake Thursday Prof Phillip Ileelan was up from Arabia Saturday M G spent Tuesday at Kenzel and Cody Eobt Lucas was down from Gordon on business Tuesday E Mi Walcott made a business trip to Crookston Tuesday Prof John Gronin gave this office a pleasant call last week 450 a month buys a Sewing ma chine at T C Hornbys 25 C H Cornell went to Omaha Sun day morning on business Bennett Irwin was down from Gor don on business Monday C C Thompson was up from Hack berry Lake this week Prof Daniel Eowler was down from the artesian well Tuesday O P Billi...

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 July 1896

m SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JtoiTOit Tkop VALENTINE NEERASKA TWENTY EIGHT DEAD Terrible railroad smash up near logan iowa Crowded Excursion Train Crashes Into a Freight Blunder of the Engineer Caused the DisastcrDis obeyed His Orders Twenty Eight AVere Killed A railway disaster in which twenty eight lives were crushed out and many were terribly injured occurred on the Northwestern near Logan Iowa Satur day evening An excursion train bearing a large party from Omaha crashed head on into a heavily loaded freightsoon alter having pulled out of Logan on the return trip The engineer of the excursion train misunderetood his orders having beeu instructed to remain on the siding until the freight had passed AVilliam Shaffer the agent of the Xorlh western at Logan saw the excursion pulling up He was horrified to note that instead of slackening up at the switch the train was rapidly taking on more speed He rushed down the platform and asked an employe if the speci...

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 July 1896

ft r 4 A BRM TI VICTOR Gets First Place on 1he Demo cratic Ticket HVE BALLOTS TAKEN Platform Declares for Free Sil ver at I 6 to J Great Democratic Gathering at Chi cago Indulges in a Battle Royal Pour Michigan Gold Delegates Un seated aiojorita and Minority Plat forms Presented Debate by Party Leaders Hot and Noisy Niht Ses sionWild Throng in the Coliseum Convention Scenes and Incidents William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska was nominated for the Presidency by the Democratic national convention amid scenes of the wildest enthusiasm The rcsyilt was re iclied Friday afternoon on the fifth ballot When the result of the JLceiding ballot was announced the vast concourse that filled the Coliseum burst into a storm of cheering and applause that made the great girders of the build ing tremble Standing on chairs and climbing on one anothers shoulders the people yelled and shrieked and waved hats canes and handkerchiefs Swept away by such enthusiasm nearly all the delegates joined in the wonderf...

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 July 1896

C fctzteassBcacst THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBBBT GOOD Editor and Publisher OffieiitlFacr of Cherry Conii 100 lcn Ycttr itt Advance rUBLJliHlJD EVERY TIHJRSBAi Entered at the Post ofllce at ValcHtine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter p mm i ii -- i This paper will be mailed regularly p its subscribers untila definite order o discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Kates pen column ox for long time ads made known- on- appli cation tothisOiBce TKTJKSDAY JULY 16 1896 Will the populists indorse Bryan Mqlyinleys triumph is democratic opportunity New York World k trow thuV the democratic national convention has been held it is time to call the state convention to nominate a man who will defeat Jack MColl The A P A element fought Bland because his wife and daughters are Catholics lie says that if he was as good a Christian as his wife he would never desprtirof reaehing Jieaven l...

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 July 1896

17 w W J kV r 3 l x A f OFFICIAL DIRECTORY ST TK mernur Silas A Iloleoiiib lEutitcmuit ocracT Iloucrt K Moore Secretary of State Toel A Piper Treasurer T 8 Bartiey Auditor Eugene Moore Com Luiulaml Buildings Henry C Huss ell Attorney encrnl Arthur S Churchill Sunt Public Instruction Henry Jt Corbett TO II Gere Lincoln j L Iurnlieui Omaha Uepeiits Unheriltv J M Halt Alma 12 1 Holmes Pierce i i jwauaticu jvejiniey 1 M J Hull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen 3ladboii John M Thurston Omaha T Kspresentatives First DLstiict Jesse JJStrode Lincoln Secoiut I H Mercer Omaha Third Geo J3IeiklejohiiFiillertn Fourth 12 J Hai iier Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Jvcm Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Nottafr Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid OXeill V Jl Westover ItushvUlc LEGISLATIVE- Keprespntetive Fifty second District Frank Kothleutupr Kilgore Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew art Crawford LAND OFFICE UegistLr O...

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 July 1896

3 I 1 Bl SI MOCRAT Russian Family TVhen a Russian family moves from one house to another it is customary to rake all the fire from the hearth of the old domicile and carry it in a closed pot to the new residence The Hands It is a strange fact that the right iiand which is more sensible to the touch than the left is less sensible -than the latter to the effect of heat or -cold PLATPftRM The platform as reported by the Committee on Resolutions to the Demo cratic National Convention in Chicago is as follows Sve the democrats oi the United States In national convention assembled do reaffirm our allegiance to those great essential principles of justice and lib flerty upon which our Institutions are founded and which the democratic party lias advocated from Jeffersons time to our own freedom of speech freedom of the press freedom of conscience the preservation of personal rights the equality of all citizens before the law and the faithful observance of constitu tional limitations FINANCIA...

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 July 1896

V jr A Child Enjoys The pleasant flavor gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Irgs when in need ol a laxatie and if the father or mother be costive or bilious the most gaalifiyinj results follow its use so that Jt is the best inmily remedy known nd every family should have a bottle A laugh to be joyous must flow from a Joyous heart for without kindness there can be no true jojv Carlyle Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Price 75 cents Real happiness Is cheap enough yet how dearly we pay for its counterfeit H Bnllou Half A MILLION To be Given Away in Articles of m 9 m Real vacuo to tne users or KiH s Pouch Chewing and Smoking The Only ANTI NERVOUS and ANTI DYSPEPTIC TOBACCO SAVE YOUR COUPONS or EMPTY BAGS UNTIL COUPONS APPEAR AND GET IN EXCHANGE FRE THE FOLLOW ING VALUABLE and USEFUL ARTICLES e B VALUABLE PICTURES Handsome Waier Color FBC similes Land Ecape and Marine tize 14x23 12 eubjecta Fine Pastel Fac similes Landscape and Figures tize JOx21 inches 12 tuhjects Besut...

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 July 1896

y v vv X X TtaA IT Ana many ouiers j SJ 1 utaxnsexA MAKES THINGS WARM Fervour competitors They cant Bee how we do it Thats our secret aiid it doesnt make any dif ference to you All you want to -know-is that yon can buy goods cheaper of iisthanof anybody clW are the most con vincing proof -we -can offer plow shoe 100 Agoo6V6alf fine shoe - - 125 Fine satin calf worth 250 for 195 Womans satin calf worth 150 100 Womans Dongola - - 119 Womans line Dongola - - 145 Extra fine dongola worth 200 1G5 Extra1 fine Dongola turn 400 215 A tew -good Oxford ties lett at 99c Childrens shoes of all sizes jfijsk to sec them and get priceB We -have received another large M of hats to close -out to yon at 50 cent on the dollar These are geliuine bargains Come in and look them over Good Seamless Socks for 5c per pair One worth 15c for 10c Fine ones worth 25c for 15c Suspenders for 15c 20c 25c 30c actu ally worth double Fine assortment and Shirts Ties for 25c3ofrand5G2 Shirts for 45c 50c ana 65c Celluloi...

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