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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 6 August 1896

U I I f lac A - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor Silas AHolcomb Lieutenant Sovprnor ltouert E Jloore Secretary of State Joel A riper Treasurer J S Hartley Auditor Eugene Moore Coin Landsand Buildings Henry C Russell Attorney General fArtliur S Churchill Sunt Public Instruction Henry 11 Corbett fC H Gere Lincoln L Burnliem Omaa JRegents University- J M Hait J Alma 1 jroiourci mjVLM a DXlLriU Judge - County Attdruev P numms i iciuc E T Ma Mallalleu Keaniey Hull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M iThurston Omaha Usnresen tJitiveb Fi rst District J esse 13 Strode i Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third Geo D Meiklciohn Fullerton Fourth E J ncr Aurora ilftli Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kfcui Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Korval Chief Justice Harribon and Polk sissociates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid ONeill V 11 Westover Rushvillc LEGISLATIVE Renreseiltetive Fifty second District Frank 4 liotlilciituer KUgore Senator Fourlt enth District Henry ...

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 — 6 August 1896

B K 4FIVE THOU dear girl youll have to let MX off Im awfully sorry but the Governor wont give way Im really fond of you and I think you are of me but 0 why didnt I want to marry a decent barrister a doctor or even a journalist instead of an Earls younger son said Miss Muriel Mallett with a frown on her pretty face and a tear or two in her large limpid eyes eyes which made all the men think wrong ly that she was poetical and sentiment al But seriously can you give me UD The Hon Bob Martindale looked at her She was just his ideal tall well built but with a saucy face in which the big black eyes seemed out of place if fascinating- There was in her coun tenance the strangeness which accord ing to Bacon is necessary to great beauty She affected a tailor made gown and was always well groomed yet though her dress was a trifle man nish in the brusque movements which showed that she was fidgety glimpses of gossamer stocking and fine Valen ciennes revealed themselves and show ed that she had ...

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 — 6 August 1896

fr ACLOUD Oh SWALLOWS hundreds of Thotisnndc of the Birds Take PosBeasion of a Vessel The crew aud passengers o a Russian steamer engaged in the Mediterranean trade recently had an experience that will never be forgotten by them A storm of swallows swooped down upon the vessel and delayed it for many hours The passage had been an unusually stormy one but this day was fine Most of the passengers were on deck Sud denly a black cloud appeared in the dis tance and moved toward them with ter rific force Everybody became fright ened at the mysterious visitation A solution of the mystery came shortly The vast cloud was composed of swal lows The forerunners a small detach ment of some 10000 swooped down on the deck to the bewilderment of the people on board These were soon fol lowed not by thousands but by hun dreds of thousands The birds literally overwhelmed the vessel The man at the wheel lost his bearings and the wildest disorder prevailed The birds poured into every available opening h...

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 — 6 August 1896

afc5 I V np h OT Jtu JUdiisasgESsasxDERSBaaxaaKaM UK Y Kjf 1 r a u OB a BUY THE SDNFL6WE8SH0E Made of the best materials Solid throughout Ko shoddy in them The peculiarity of the sunflower is hat 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 some for another pair For a fine shoe buy the EIISPRO OF Durability is not sacrificed for fineness Latest stvle A model school shoe THE ADMIRAL For men and boys tiace o congress Globe or needle toe A stylish dufoble shoe for a small price FOR THE LADIES A nice assortment of dress patterns at bargain In Cashmere Henrietta Serge Brilliantine and Kbuelty Goods JuBt in Dont fail to see them TRUNKS VALISES Hat Clothing and furnishings We pride ourselves on always turning out a first class tit SELDEN THE TAILOR Ivnows how to do it jprj AUJLJA G M SAGESER T0H80BUL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O W MOREY WATCHM...

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 — 13 August 1896

k tsv - A - kit m 9 IM J fc V t sons THE VOL XL THIS AND THAT Coming Events McKinley Club Meeting Augusf J4 Brvan Club Meeting August 15 Old Settlers Keunion Sept 18 19 Saturday August 15 at 8 p m a meeting will be held in the rooms over Stetters saloon for the purpose of or ganizing a Bryan free silver club All are cordially jnvited to be present Gus Cjlpjsqn Monday was pay day at the Post Croquet sets at cost at C E Wat 29 Charley Strickland returned to Rose bud Tuesday C H Cornell returneorg Oxqaha Tuesday night II I Mantz of Chicago is the guest X E Sparks J B Lord and Chas Reece were up ifrom Simeon Monday Jar vis Ri chards 4he Chadrpn Rank er was in town Monday A moonlight picnic is-to-be the next rumor says J T Galloway twiU a tnew house on Cherry street soon Gen T H Stanton left hera or Port Robinson Saturdayrnorning i A large assortment or wall iaperj jaew styles cheap at C E Watsons Prospects for a Bryan club are good Attend the meeting Saturday night Roland Hunter is cler...

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 — 13 August 1896

lit h JMMM1W he nJenUnB democrat SUCCESSOIl TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editok Prop Valentine NEBRASBLA HE MABE GOOD TIME CYCLIST ANDERSON PACED BY A LOCOMOTIVE Wheeled a Mile in 103 Over a Elanic Path Three Killed and Fifteen-Hurt by the Derailment of a Trolley Car Cyclist Makes Fast Time At3 oclock Sunday afternoon after three preliminary trials Cyclist E E bLnderson wheeled a mile in 103 over a plank path He was paced by a locomo tive pulling a coach and rode a wheel geared to 92 Anderson could have bet tered this a few seconds but he mistook Ihe signals and slowed up a little too soon The trial tcok place near Olden burg 111 on the Bluff line For a dis tance of two miles the road had been iplanked up between the rails perfectly smooth One mile was marked off in the center of this stretch with flags and tor pedoes the latter for the timers and to in dicate to Anderson when to go ahead fast and when to slow up Anderson an nounces that he will make another at tempt...

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 — 13 August 1896

c Efv i - EXPORTS OF MANUFACTURES The returns now almost complete of the exports of manufactures for the last iiscal year give further evidence of the process winch has been going on for some time and under which the yaiuejof this class of exports has been stcaclily increasing As recently as 1SS0 the proportion of the exports of manufactured goods to the total amount was only 12 per cent this year it promises to be at least 2o per cent It is true that the value of these exports in 1SS0 was below the average of the quinquennial period of which it marked the close and that the to tal exports of the last fiscal year show a gain in value of 25 per cent over the average of that period But except in 1S77 the value of domestic manufact ures exported never exceeded 125000 000 while for the year ending with last June they will probably turn out to be 224000000 Taking the increase for the last ten years only the figures are sufQciently striking In that time there has been a gain of SS000000 i...

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 — 13 August 1896

V - u 4tB 1T uyji1lnVmMmit tlMWMUJULUmK1im THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT - 8UCCUSSOK TO CHERPY COUNTY INDEPENDENT 1BOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher iftCLcial Paper of Cherry ty Nebraska 100 Per Fear in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY the Postofflce at Valentine Cherry COOKg IrtDraita as Becona ciass matter 1 i 2his paper wtfl be mailed regularly Us subscribers until a definite order S jfcotcliscontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch gmppth -Bates per column or for jtong time ads made known on appli rscationto this office THURSDAY AUGUST 13 1896 Democratic Ticket For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BBYAN Of Lihcoln JSebraska For Vice President AUTHUE SEWALL Of Bath Maine Who is noine to be nominated for representative from the 52nd district The official organ of the Knights of labor announces that it will support Bryan It is claimed that one hundred re publicans in Chadron will vote for Bryan and free silver Maryland will give its electoral vot...

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 — 13 August 1896

v Cl li r i V- X b FINAL PROOF NOTICES Parties having final proof notices in these columns will receive a marked copy of the paper which contains first insertion of same It is the duty of each claimant to examine their notice carefully and should there be any error the fact should be reported to the land ofiice and to this office at once for correction Land Office at valentine Nebr I July 3rd 1896 j tfotlco Is hereby given that Mmnie Dodd for merly Minnie Ewart of Lane City Colorado has filed notice of Intention to make linal proof be fore Register and Receiver at their office Jn Val entine Nebr on Wednesday the 19 day of Aug ust 1890 on timber culture application No 7GOJ for the sHnwM nJ5swJ of section No 20 in Township No 27 Range No 29 w She names as witnesses John R Lee Thom as McLean William Leo and Frank Lee all of Browulee Neb Testimony of claimant Minnie Dodd formerly Minno Ewartwil be taken before the cletk of the District Court of Hinsdale County at his office in Lake City...

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 — 13 August 1896

ihianB mMintPmm mjszfum V fJMWMI CliCVTJiii ffiAVBraa r jse a siw skbsj VhSrJ JiP LADV BEATRICE BUTLER BEATRICE FRANCIS Elizabeth Butler is not only one of the most beautiful girls in Great Britain but in the matter of an cestors she can make pretty nearly any boast she likes and back it up -with the records in Burkes peerage Lady Beat rice is just passing out of her teens She was born on March 2G 1S7 Her father is Marquis of Ormonde Earl of Ormonde and Ossory and Viscount Thurles of Thurles in the County Tip perary Her mother was Lady Eliza beth Harriet Grovesnor eldest daugh ter of the Duke of Westminster The house of Butler of Ormonde is one of the noblest in Ireland and the oldest in Irish history The Butlers and Ger aldines rivals in power and equals in LADY BEATEIOE BUTLER renown have been at the head of the fine nobility of Iceland ever since the Anglo Norman invasion The first of the family to arrive on Irish soil and set up a castle was old Theobald Fitz Walter in the reign...

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 — 13 August 1896

1 r i ft IM if V V X rR v Floral Majjniflccnce TLsfioral offerings at the funeral o Col North the nitrate king were estimated to be worth 25000 The King of the Belgians sent a wreath eight feein diameter He also sent a duplicate made in artificial flowers to take the place of the real when thy flowers had withered By Steamer Train or Boat Which of these have you selected as a means of travel No matter Whichever It is recollect that for seasickness disorders of the stomach liver and bowels engendered toy rough locomotion and bad food or water end for malarial troubles Hostetters Stom ach Bitters is the most useful specific you can take with you It is Invaluable also for rheumatism kidney complaints and nervour trouble In 18G2 a dogs home was founded in London for homeless and ownerles dogs To Cleanse the System Effectually yet gently when costive or bilious or wJien the blood is impure or sluggish to permanently overcome hab ituai constipation to awaken the kidneys and liver to a hea...

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 — 13 August 1896

i cS FORY r r KJ OB J JL CHILDREN BUY THE SUNFLOWERSHOE Hade of the best materials Solid throughout No shoddy in them The peculiarity of the sunflower ife that it always looks the sun sguarely 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 For a fine shoe buy the E1IIPROOF Durability is not sacrificed for fineness Latest style A model school shoe THE ADMIRAI n ftU M For men and hoys Lace or congress Globe or needle toe A stylish duroble shoe for a smalt price FOR THE LADIES A nice assortment of dress patterns at a bargain In Cashmere Henrietta Serge Brilliantine and Xouelty Goods Just in DtorVt fail to see them TRUNKS VALISES Hats Clothing and furnishings We pride ourselves on always turning out a first class fit SELDEN THE TAILOR r VJ 1 1 Knows how to do it G M tSAGESEE TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentin TebT Bicycles Ladies and Grehtlemefis Bicycles a...

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 — 20 August 1896

u Hjf V r y M I is i Ok S u f A ii J VOL XI WJHIS hew - THE AND THAT Comina Events t Bryan Club Aumist 21 Bliss Hertrick Aucust 22 Presbyterian Picnic August 23 The Dkmocuat next issue August 27 AOU W Picnic September McKinley Club Sept 4 Old Settlers Reuniou Sept 18 19 MVA Picnic Brownlec rSeptember 23 The Bryan Club will hold its -next meeting tomorrow night in its new club rooms over Stetters saloon Everybody is invited to be present and l assist in the work of the club which has for its obiect the -election of William J Bryan for president Meeting called to order at 8 oclock Turn out Sign the school house bond petition Croquet sets at cost at C R Wat isons 29 Charlie Tate returned this week from the west Harry Tucker came in from the hay ilats yesterday E R Vandegrift wasin town a few days this week J W Burleigh and H B Clapp are up from Simeon Otto Berger is in town looking after his business interests Jos Potmesil returned from Chad ron Monday morning Jiorey has a lot of campa...

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 — 20 August 1896

L ffe fahntine jetnocwt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop Valentine NEBRASKA BAD ALABAMA STORM TWELVE BEOPLE REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN KILLED Spaniards Expect to Have a War With United States U P Employes yiaim tne Courts Schedule Wages Has Been Violated ol Bad Alabama Storm Selma Ala New was received here from Augustine Perry County fourteen miles from a telegraph station that a ter rible and most destructive storm swept over that place Thursday last Twelve negroes and three -white people were Wiled by houses falling on them and ten other persons were more or less injured Twenty four bead of horses and mules were crushed to death by falling barns The storm was followed by the heaviest rain that has fallen in that section in fif years Spaniards Expect War London a Madrid special to the Times says The relations between the UnitedStates and Spain are outwardly friendly But there is no use in attempt ing to disguise the -fact that the Madrid Government is s...

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 — 20 August 1896

- t I I M A 5 - t BRYAN TO 1 Hti NATION t Speech of the Democratic Candidate at Madi 1 son Square Garden New York p w CHAIRMAN gentlemen of the committee and fellow citizens I shall at a future day and in a formal letter accept the nomination which is now tendered by the Notification Committee and I shall at that time touch upon the Is sues presented by the platform It Is fitting however that at this time In the presence of those here assembled I speak at some length In regard to the campaign upon which we are now entering We do not underestimate the forces arrayed against us neither are we unmindful of the importance of the struggle In which we are engaged but relying for success upon the righteousness of our cause we shall defend with all possible vigor the positions taken by our party We are not eurprlsed that some of our opponents in the absence of better argument resort to abus ive epithets but they may rest assured that no language however violent no invectives however vehemen...

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 — 20 August 1896

m M THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOB TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT BOBEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Per Year in Advance PUTJLIBHED EVERY THURSDAY -Entered at the Post offlce at ValeHtine 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 ar irearsvare paid in full Advertising tates 50 cents per inch per month Kates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY AUGUST 20 1896 Democratic Ticket Por President WnIAMfENNTNGS BRYAN Of Lincoln Nebraska For Yice President ARTHUR SEWALL Df 3atb Maine Down with trusts Down with plutocracy Down with monopolies Down with all forms of organized oppression to labor Honest poverty and honest property are alike to be respected Equitable taxation is just taxation and people should be taxed in propor to their ability to pay The tariff is taking a rest McKinley has...

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 — 20 August 1896

U a U A H -- fcri t j if N - n AMENDMENTS T0 THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE Which -will 1 Submitted to the Peo ple fox their Approval or Disap proval at the Next Cicneral Uletl Ion Study Them The following proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State of Ne braska as hereinafter set forth in full are submitted to the electors of the State of Nebraska to be voted upon At the general election to be held Tues day November 3 A D 1896 A joint resolution proposing to amend sections two 2 four 4 and five 5 of article six 6 of the Consti tution of the State of Nebraska relating to number of judges of the supreme court and their term of office Be it resolved and enacted by tho Legisla ture of the State of Nebraska Soction 1 That section two 2 of article six 6 of the Constitution of tho State of Nebraska be amended so as to read as fol lows Section 2 The supremo court shall until otherwise provided by law consist of five Co Judges a majority of whom shall be necos sary to form a quorum ...

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 — 20 August 1896

i y JJRiM1 - i GREAT PAPER FOR BRYAN The manner in which the opponents of the ticket nominated at Chicago have begun their campaign must rouse the profoundest resentment of every Ameri can regardful of the interests and jeal ous of the honor of- his country The representatives of half the American people have been denounced in deliri ouslanguage as anarchists cut throats and swindlers Their chosen candidate for the highest office in the republic has been pictured as a crazy Jacobin or a designing demagogue Commerce and industry have been threatened with the very panic these alarmists profess to fear This crusade has been one of reckless misrepresentation from the start The libelers of the late convention know that the Chicago platform is not anar chial In most respects it is inspired by enlightened progressiveness The mild implied criticism of the majority of the Supreme Court or rather of the one justice who changed his mind was thoroughly well deserved and might have been made muc...

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 — 20 August 1896

lv y PS KB I a E lAst and always advertised as a true blood puri fier the most wonderful cures on record are made and the greatest sales are won by Hood ts -x if J jXSam3tirsh I I fyS fCjJ JrhA DROPSY - V Be sure to r n sKaa SarsapanSla Hoods Pills cure all liver ill biliousness Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills which vanish before proper ef fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts rihjly directed There is comfort in tKoknowledge that so many forms of -sickness are not due to any actual dis ease but simply to s constipated condi tion of the system which the pleasant family laxative Syrup of Pigs prompt ly removes That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its beneficial effects are due to the fact that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It is therefore all important in order t...

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 — 20 August 1896

ii V rfe zJftT Our f 1 -1 4 tscaeasfrtassttajaijee aatedawftwafceaaaas This is not the picture of a cat TRUNKS VALISES Hats Clothing and furnishings - 1Ve pride ourselves on always turning out a first class fit SELDEN THE TMLOR Knows how tD do it TOB RGER C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the W H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine NeM - Bicycles Ladies and Gentlemens Bicycles at YOUR PRICE AND TERMS Any o the leading makes furnished you Hpon easy payments at -catalogue prices as follows Wheels costing 55000 and uuder will be delivered to you fcrlooo cash and S200 per month Wheels cost ing over 5000 for 1500 cash and 8300 per month Wheels delivered on receipt of the first payment Wheels Guaranteed to he Neo and First tlass in all respects or Money Refunded Decide upon make of wneel you desire and order by number from catalogue of that manufacturer Can also furnish anything in the cycle line Address A D REED NEW ERA BUILB1NG HARRISON STREET AND BLU...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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