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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 23 July 1896

sA II- L - r f L i X A n I7 mTT71 VOL XI THIS AND THAT Com Uia Events Chaplain Naves lecture July 24 G A It Entertainment July 25 School meeting July 29 Teachers Social July 31 Populist County Convention AugustlSt Hello Bob Work for the court house Work for the school house Shoe sale at T C Hornbys 24 V A Bonsep is over from Rosebud today c S Q Spain was- up from Kennedy yesterday J A Pike visited his farm atNew port Sunday - We have the site Will we get the school house W A Selden came- up from Long pine Thursday 0 W S Garcelon came up fromLong pine yesterday Roland Eobertson is clerking in E McDonalds store 450 a month buys a chine at T C Hornbys Sewing ma 25 The first installment of The Preston Mystery appears on another page- Wanted Good girl for general housework Enquire at pstoffice Notice Bergers new advertisement and remember his prices when buying Messrs Wilkinson and Wallingford of Kennedy are in town on business E M Eaddis shipped a consignment of cattle from Wood Lake la...

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 July 1896

f V- T jet- SUCCESSOIi TO CHERRY COUXTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editoii Fkop VALENTINE Tenn jumped the track stopped by the automatic time to prevent its falling below The passengers though panio stricken NEBRASKA HALF A MILLION LOSS STREETCAR BARNS DESTROYED AT CHICAGO Fire Consumes 554 Street Cars and Fourteen Horses Loss 500000 George J Gould Wins His Suit Need Not Pay a Tax on 5000000 Half Million Loss Tlie car barns of the City Railway Com pany on Cottage Grove Avenue near Thirty ninth Street were destroyed by fire The barns were 150 feet long 400 feet deep and occupied three fourths of a square They were filled with cars being the stables for the active system The company lost 554 cars 100 of them being grip cars Not a thing in the buildings was saved The loss is estimated at fully 500000 the buildings and contents being insured for 311000 The fire once started burned with great rapidity and the firemen experienced great difficulty in preserving many of the adjoining build...

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 July 1896

V OTDEE THE BIG TENT fS 1 THE CIRCUS AND ITS MARVEL OUS ACCOMPANIMENTS iths Traveling Show in City and Country Scenes When the Aenre Cation Stops for a One Day Stand Showmen as Benefactors The Circus Tradition keeps the memory of the rpld one ring circus green It is like the pie that mother used to make -And many a patriarch who visits the that come along occasionally wd camp on a corner lot or the village -green recalls a resemblance to the cir cuses that were rare but delightful -when he was a boy The clown the ringmaster the bespangled lady rider the intelligent donkey the tumblers -the trick elephant the ferocious lion the marvellous freak side tent all come and go with the season practic ally unchanged yet new to the young generation and fascinating as ever to the old fellow who so unselfishly at tends every show that comes along for the childrens sake and for the memory of past days If you cultivate the proper spirit you Sjsg3 aIF THE CLOWES BEST FRIEXD -can have an excellent ...

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 July 1896

N h n hi f v4 K wt 1 M J V t ii V v fcsfaMtttJi Jiamtfe iataji 1HE VALENTINE DEMQ6RAT t MJCtKSSottTO CHERRY COONTY INDEPENDENT ioBERT GOOD EoiW ffi Publisher - Official Paper of Cherry ty Xebrsk ir lmOti Per Xcttr in Advance- rUBI OjHKD EVEKY THUItSDA Entered at the rost niiice at Valentine Cherry county NehrasRa as Swuml class matter This paper wilLbe mailed regularly 1p its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this oflice THURSDAY JULY 23 1896 Democratic Platform The following is a synopsis of the platform adopted by the national con vention at Chicago July 9th 1896 The plank referring to free coinage of silver is given ill full KecoguiziiiL tint the money qnestion is para mount to all iAhts ar this time wo invite atten tion to the lftt that me federal constitution riailifis silver tlid gold together as the mon...

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 — 23 July 1896

A m S M V A V r B K IHBNSIWH OFFICIAL DIRECTORY i mi t Oovcnior iJeuturatil Uovtruor w Secretary of Slate J rcHSiircr juiitor Com Lauds ami Building Attorney Uenurul upt Iuunc insinicnon It clients University J av Spirk Clerk SiliisYHoUonil ItuDerl KMoore Joel A riper I S Hartley Jltiyiiuj Moore Henry G Russell Arthur S Churchill Henry It Coruett Jl iore uncoin L Hurnhoin Ull Halt l 12 P Holmes iTMnllalieu tM J Hull Omaha Alma Pierce Kearney Krignr CONGRESSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Rsiiresentatlves First Disti ict Jesse R St rode Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geol JleiklejohnFullerton Fourth E J Hai ner Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Ilarrisou and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeill WH Westover Itusliville LEGISLATIVE Jlenresentctive Fifty second District Frank Itotlileutner KilKore Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew ait Cmwford LAND ...

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 — 23 July 1896

wfir iff I I I W Jpl A jfc IM iTT si Teh AiAl ffW J m M BRAINS AND BALD HEADS derinatoligists are to be believed IF twentieth century woman stands a good chance of being com pelled to wear a wig The claim Is made that intellectual labor develops lack of vitality in the hair and that the daughters and granddaughters of the brainy aggressive women of to day who are pushing themselves into the front rank of the professions and distin guishing themselves in the fields of in tellectual endeavor will be baldheaded in early life Science foresees this la mentable state of affairs and sends a note of warning The naw woman may be the progenitor of a nobler a better woman a brainier woman but the latter will be a bald woman The new woman is herself developing a tendency to baldness It is an accepted scientific fact that excessive mental la bor superinduces a weakness of the scalp tissue and the loss of the hair that soon shows as partial baldness With succeeding generations this weak ness is a...

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 — 23 July 1896

K y h i V r WOMAN EDITORS TRIALS Vns Thoroughly Uisconraared -with Journalism Wanted to Step Down The beautiful young girl who had graduated only a year before with the highest honors rushed into the family sitting room and flung herself with a storm of sobs upon the sofa - -v What is it my dear asked her father soothing her gently lias any thing happened to discourage you Papa said the maiden raising her tear stained face I am done with jour nalism forever When you allowed me to purchase that weekly paper I thought that no occupation on ea th could be so noble so elevating and powerful to scatter good and wisdom throughout the world When I began editing the paper everything appeared bright and rose colored My editorials were praised by the en tire Texas press and I got flattering words of encouragement from even the large dailies I was oh so proud of the fact that although a woman I bad been admitted as an equal member of the great brotherhood that exercises such an influence upon ...

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 — 23 July 1896

ck 1 14 r tf ra j vn Wlv i b 1 W O i CHILDREN BUY THE FLOWEffSHOE Made of the best materials Solidthroughout No shoddy in them The peculiarity of the sunflower is fihat it always looks the sun squarely in the face If you buy a pair of these shoes we can look you squarely in the face when you come for another pair Tor a fine shoe buy the EAISPEOOF Durability is notsacrificert for fineness Eiateststyle A model school shoe THE ADMIRAL Pormen and boys ikceor congress Globe or needle toe A stylish duroble shoe for a small price FOR THE LADIES A nice assortment of dress patterns at a bargain In Cashmere Henrietta Sferge SriHiantine and iNTouelty Goods Just in Dont fail to see them TRUNKS VALISES Hats Clothing- and furnishings We pride ourselves on always turning out a first class lit SELDEN THE TAILOR Knows how to do it JOB m G M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr WILLET NO 17 1 09 Sire of Nabob 4 230 Sire Moc...

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 — 30 July 1896

V 1 A y v - THE VOL XI THIS AND THAT Tenclier sSicial Julyso Populist Gdunty Conveiitteu August 1st DogflRS Harvest is about with ShoesfcSe at T C Kornbys 1 Ifyou want to buy tame pigeons xall at tills oflice J Iowileaesotne it will be when tho teachers go home J Stetter wecsfc to Omaha on business iib week The institute enrcment this year is iiargerthasi ever before W M Francke has returned from his visit t JJes Aloises 450 a month buys a chine at T C Hornbys Sewing ma 25 Old papers fqr sale at this oflice Two bundtes for live oeuts iL H Layport sold his pet monkey jeanie to Rattlesnake Jack Eirery teacher in tlie county vvill read The Democrat this week Wasted Good girl for general Jiousesvork Enquire at postoffice 4 T Scomber returne4 tQ his home near Wooujake yesterday morning Chas Little of Jjakecreek S I registered at the City Hotel Tuesday Lost July 4th black cape trimmed -with braid Finder leave at this oflice Uya Seamstress Sewing MacUiaeJ of f C IToruby oh the installment ...

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 — 30 July 1896

B s 1 I -5 the Wdhntine Bttnimi SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT 13 GOOD - Editoii Piiop VALENTINE NEBRASKA BRYAN AND WATSON ARE TO BE THE POPULIST STANDARD BEARERS 1 Democratic Presidential Candidate Nominated by the Peoples Party Last Day ttio Stormiest of the Convention Bryan and Watson William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska Who was nominated by the Democratic national convention at Chicago u fort night ago was Saturday made the stand ard bearer of the iopulist party by a vote of 1042 to 831 The Democratic candidate was nominated in the face of his own protest in the shape -of a telegram direct ing the withdrawal of his name sent to Senator Jones after Sewall his running mate had been ditched for the vice presi dential nomination and Thomas E Wat son had been named for second place on the ticket It was also made in the teeth of an opposition so -bitter that after the convention adjourned some of the radicals held a rump convention The last ses sion of the convention whic...

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 — 30 July 1896

A THIRD PARTY MEETS PROCEEDINGS OF THE POPULIST NATIONAL CONVENTION Senator Butler la Chosen Temporary Chairman Got Stone Delivers Wel coming Address Delegates Manifest Enthusiasm in Spite of the Heat Opening Session The national convention of the Peo ples party was called to order in St Louis shortly after noon Wednesday by Chairman Taubeneck of the national com inittee The hall in -which the Populists met was the same in which the national convention was held last month There were the same arrangements as to seats The State delegations were in the pit each marked by a guidon The galleries reared themselves above the pit on all sides The platform in front was flanked by the press benches The -decorations were not elaborate and were practically the same as those of the Re publican convention The delegates be gan to come in before 10 oclock but the spectators were slow in arriving Among the first to arrive were the Kan sas delegation with long yellow ribbons -on their breasts and man...

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 — 30 July 1896

t It U y i i 1 1 r r J S Jg THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCOKSSOK TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry i w L At iy Nebraska 0 lcr Yetir in Advance r UBLIMttiB -EVER TIIU RSDAY Entered atttie Post office at Valentine Cherry - county Nebraska as Second eiass matter j This paper will be mailed regularly i to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for tlong time ads made known on appli cation to this oflice THURSDAY JULY 30 1896 feS M WILLIAM JEXNIXGS UliYAN Who was nominated by the National convention of the democratic party for President of the United States and who was indorsed by the populist and bimetallism parties at St Louis leitaocratic Ticket For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Lincoln Nebraska For Yice President arthur sew all Of Bath Maine This is the peoples year hieans prosperity liogs Br van The most...

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 — 30 July 1896

s y A JOHrWKaffil OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Tivcrnor Silas A Holcomb I truiviuit cofttt r Koncrl hfiTjnr of Jdil A llicr TictirtT JSJiinky Auditor Kuseiif Moore m IjihIsuuI 15uildiiijs Henry Ituscll AttoriiuvCenurul Arthur S Hurdill Supt Utiblic Instruction Henry 11 Corbet t Hi H Oere Lincoln I I Iurnlitini Oiiinha HcKcnls UnheiitvJI M Hail Alma J E J Holmes Tierce T Mnllnltcii Kearney laijliull Edgar COXGKKSSIDXAL Senators Win V Allen AI uliMinf John il Thurston Omaha Hspresuiitativeh First District Jesse btrode Lincoln Second I I Mciccr Omaha Third GeoD JleikUjohn Fnllerton Fourth E J jicr Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings ixth O M Jvein JXoKen 15ot JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Nonval Chief Justice fflarrison and 1olk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M V Kinkald W II Westover ltuslivllle LKGISLATLVE Kepresentetive Fifty second District Frank TiOthlcutuer Kilon Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew ait Crawford LAND OFFICE leKister CI Glover Lonpinc Ifcecciver J A Fikc Newport CO...

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 — 30 July 1896

r I 41 5- v THE WIFES SHARE have a poor opinion of the WE we care not how poor - or how well-to-do he is that r does i not acknowledge that his wife has a share in the income of the farm The man who acknowledges this in words and does not give by actually passing into the wifes hand some of the share does her a rank injustice We are aware some men excuse them selves by saying that it is all in the family anyway or women are no managers Both are very slim excuses What man who has worked hard would like it when the few dollars come in that the toil produced should his wife take them and use them all in buying a sewing machine an extra cloak and half a dozen plated spoons which are all in the family when the liusband has set his mind upon having -a good new jackknife when those hogs are sold She has the right to do it as much so as the man has to buy a feed cutter an extra rubber coat and a whip when the wife had her heart upon having a pair of kid gloves That women are poor managers i...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 30 July 1896

s y A HER POSITION PAYS Queen Victoria Has Found Ruling a Very Profitable Calling Victoria has found queenhood a very profitable calling Figures for fifty seven years of her reign show that the British people have given her under the name of civil list expenditures 9110275000 In addition to this vast total 4S07G7G5 has been expended for the maintenance of seventeen resi dencs stables and the like The total direct expenditure of the Queen alone is over 1800000 a year There is at this date an annual expenditure in ad dition for other members of the royal family of 1300000 The thrity old lady who has this vast income at her disposal has taken care to make hay while the sun shines Of course the money has been voted to enable her to keep up the ornamental state consid ered necessary for a rojal position But it is just this she does not do Vic toria besides valuable continental property is the owner of three estates in the United Kingdom They are Bal moral in Aberdeenshire Scotland Os bor...

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 — 30 July 1896

KTS IH M hV 1 I Hi r 15 i i t is V M YIIR f Sr 5 jf r m JLL1 PUT THE Made of tHh best material R i 1 1 n t i m ii 1 1 r 1 1 i i i UNFLOWER SHOE Sc2M throughout j No shoddy in them TVe peculiarity of the sunflower is that ifalways looks the sun squarely in the- 1W3 If you buy a pair of these shoes w can Jook you squarely in the fade whtri -you come for another pair For a fine shoe buy -the Durability is not sacrificed for fineness fcatest st IV A mbdel school shoe ADMIRAL Por men and boys Laos or congress Clobeor needle toe A stylish durable shoe for a Small pice FOR THE LADIES nice assortment of dress patterns at a bargain In Gashmere Henrietta -Serge Brilliantine and Xouelty Goods iTnsfe in Dont Jail to see them TRUNKS VALISES Ilats Clothing and furnishings We pride ourselves oft always turning out a first class fit SELDEN THE TLOfi Knows how to do it OB r 1VU C M SAGESEE TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W II Moses building ROT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr G H...

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 — 6 August 1896

Li - l Cy k - 2 T if v r a a IT 57 a I I - ft f VOL XL THIS AND THAT Vomittu Evetits McKiuley Chr Meeting August 8 Old Settlers iwueting Sparks August 8 Ball Games August 8 9 and 10 sCharley Strickland is in town this week T C HSrnby was over to the Agen cy Monday n The Preston Mystery grows more mysterious LeEoy Leach visited with the editor last Saturday 4 A Selden made a trip to Long pine Sunday V- G II Sawyer of Sparks was in town Monday A non partisan Bryan club is to be organized sood Jll J Case is building an addition to iris livery barn If you want to buy tame pigeons call at this office J II Baumgartel as down from Crookston yesterday A sister of C E Bowring is visiting vat his home this week D H Thurston is clerking for Dav enport Thacher to day One of Henry Stetters little boys is ill with summer complaint Miss Dolly Lang of Butte Nebr is Tisiting friends in the city Prof J A Ilornbaok was in from Sparks on business Saturday V Mrs J J Guth has returned home from her visit...

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 — 6 August 1896

he falmtine democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Epitok Pitor VALENTINE NEBRASKA STRIKERS ARE UGLY CLEVELAND FEARS TROUBLE THIS WEEK A Well Tounded Rumor to the Ef fect that the Strikers are Arming and Drilling Creates an Uneasy Reeling Wreck in Illinois Strikers are Arming A startling piece of news in connection with the Brown -strike at Cleveland which comes from an apparently reliable source is to the effect that the strikers are arming themselves and drilling It was said that forty of the strikers had organ ized a company elected a captain and purchased revolvers The company drilled Saturday evening and it was an nounced that the purpose of the men was to avenge the death of the two men who were shot at different times in conflicts between union and non union men Pour companies of militia are on duty at the works and a large force of police will be on hand to guard against trouble when the non union men go to york TWO KILLED TEN INJURED Carelessness of...

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 — 6 August 1896

k TIGTOErA TO EETIEE 3 Lt B I M V I BRITAINS QUEEN DESIRES TO END HER DAYS IN QUIET Cumors of a Transfer of the Crown Aain Bevived Feels the Weijjht of Years Condition of Her Majestya Health Is Precarious Throne Will Go to Wales The rumor that Queen Victoria intends to retire in favor oil the Prince of Wales is again current in London and it is add ed that court circles are greatly troubled regarding the condition of the queens health Such reports have frequently ap peared in recent years only to be semi officially contradicted later But it now seems that there may be some actual foundation for the statements made It is added that her majesty has decided to spend her time in future at Balmoral or at Osborne and that she will give the prince and princess of Wales the use of Buckingham palace and Windsor Castle There is no doubt that the queen seems to feel greatly the weight of her years and bereavements and her majesty is quoted as having repeatedly remarked during her last stay in ...

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 — 6 August 1896

THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBERT GOOD Editor and PubMer Official Paper of Cherry iy Nebraska lo4yFjes Year in Advance ruBwanED ever Thursday l Entered at tuc FostKiffice atValeatinc Cherry County Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its -subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all paid in full Adfertising jrat6st So cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known on appli 1 cation tp this office THURSDAY AUGUST 6 1896 WILLIAM JENNINGS UKYAN Who was nominated by the National j convention of the democratic party for iPresidefit of the United States and who was indorsed by the populist and -bimetallism parties at St Louis Democratic ticket For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BR YAtf Of Lincoln Nebraska For Yice President ARTHUR SB WALL -Of -Hath Maine Wait for the Fourthof July at Val entine in 1S97 A Bryan club has been organized at Canton Ohio the home of Majah McKinle...

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