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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 1 October 1896

s I a i II r i u is ft iw i i ica 1 E - MtMMItU THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR WJ CHOW CulHTY WOEPENDENT BOBERT 60D Editor and Publisher i tMTIciftt Paper mf Cherrr iPer Yvttr in Advance - vPOTLIttKErJ EVERT THURSDAY Entered at 1 Ae Postwfflce at Valentine Cherry county Nebraska es Second class matter This pa rjervill be mailed regularly to Its subscribers until a definite order T0 discontinue is received and all arf Tears are jpaidnn full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch perixoDithV Hatesper column orfor long time ads mjCde known on cation to this office - -- Wf THTTIISBAY OCTOBER 11896 Z I - z CDisiocratic Ticket Por President WILLIAM JENNINGS BUAN - v Of Lincoln Nebraska iFor Vice President ARTHUR SEW ALL Of Bath Maine Presidential Electors FRED METZ O V PALM PJ HALE X P1ASCEKI N 0 ALBERTS SLK0STRYZE CAMPBELL ml r Harrington For Governor A HOLCOMB VFor Lieutenant Governor 1 E HARRIS For State Secretary W F PORTER For State Auditor ttfOHN F CORNELL For State Treasurer TN MESE...

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 — 1 October 1896

- V 0 V OFFICfAL DIRECTORY STTK Coveriwr LieMeiatlKiovenior Soeelary if State TieaMitvr jlUllltir V Com Laixlsaml KiitliUn j Ik TJl IMJ I Silas EMoore Joel A 1iper IS Hurtle v KniiLii Moure Henry ClMtssell Aiu nievteneral Arthur SCIiurchill Smii llibltc Instniction itoonseu TO H Ore Lincoln LBanilimn Omaha KecCtHS University M Hait Alma noiiae i ibito Jiallahcu Kwunoy Hull eugar CONGKESSIONAL Wm V tVKen Madison John M IsprescntatlVesFlnDlstilct Jesse KStrode Ulltcoin econa iiii juciwi vmhuu Jj I Mejkleioiin Funenon rourui nai 5ir Aurora Fifth Vni h Andrews Eastiugs Sittl O M Kein JJl GKen Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval CWiSE Justice iJaarrihon aud Polirassoclates Fifteenth Judicial District M T Kinkaid JONuill SV B Wcstover Kushillc LEGISLATIVE Kepresentetive Fifty second Distrtlt - Frank llotuleutnur Kilgnrc Senator Fourteenth DIstrict Heary G btcw art Crawford LAND OFFICE ItecistcT O It Glover LoDgpiue Receiver J A Fike Newport COUNTY Treasurer CG T Crabb Jierk Geo Elliott ...

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 — 1 October 1896

0idTetttine democrat f SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD- - Editok Pbop Valentine NEBRASKA MARRIED AN INDIAN A NEW YORK ARTIST CREATES A SENSATION Beautiful Miss HashaganWeds the Biff Pullblood Indian Model Thun der Cloud Spending Their Honey moon in Parts Unknown Weds a Pullblood Indian New Yojik One of the most startling and romantic bits of news ever connected with the art world leaked out- when it was learned that Mrs Hattie Hashagan was married recently to Thunder Cloud the big Indian who is one of the most popular and valuable models in the coun try Miss Hashagan has had a studio on Fifty -ninth Street for nearly two years Here she has lived with her mother and done much good and promising work in oil water color and wash drawings From time to time her work has appeared in the exhibitions She is moreover well known in artistic circles for her beauty She is 22 years old fair complexioned has a head of soft wavy brown hair and a pair of large brown eyes and dr...

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 — 1 October 1896

J v V k NOTES ON EDUCATION MATTERS OF INTEREST TO PU PIL AND TEACHER The Subject of a College Education Is Again Discussed by Eminent Men Brave Teacher Saves Her Pupils from a Mountain Lion Shall the Boy Go toCollogc Good judges differ as to whether a college education is the best training for a boy designed for a business ca reer The editor of Magazine some tfme ago collected from some of New Yorks most prominent and suc cessful business men some opinions that are interesting Mayor Strong thinks a college educa tion a good thing but not indispensa ble to the business man but if he had to choose between a college bred man and one with only a public school edu cation being equally bright and ac tive he would choose the one with the college training He says A college education requires the in vestment of a suiall capital and the ex penditure of several years of study The boy of natural talent who enters business life when he leaves the public schools begins to earn money at once but i...

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 — 1 October 1896

1 i TJ i j L mar HI The efrtire stoek of 1 GlotMng Hats Boots Shoes TrunkSc Val ises and Furnishings formerly owned by OTTO BERGER and have marked all the goods at Lowest Prices possible kme and get a bargain SELDEN THE TAILOR remains- with tM firm Dont forget us when you want clothing Yours for business Q TINARD NORTHWESTERN LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HITT Kkeelakd Props - TJam located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodation for feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in th TV H Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O WJVIOREY WATCHMAKER R JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and Musical Instruments Valentine Nebraska Jlill rriccsjor Feed Bran bulk 40c per cwt 700ton Shorts bulk 50c per cwt 900 ton Screenings 35c 600 Chop Feed 1300 Corn 50c 65c iV v - - y -v 51 MMkMAbMtaiUMM The agony will soon be over The Red Men adopted couple of pale faces last week A large number of...

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 — 8 October 1896

t v V r 1 J K J re X A M 3 r VOL XI THIS AND THAT Coming Events N D Jackson Wood Lake Oct 9 Teachers Association October 11 Graphophone Concert Oct 14 tirecne Oct 17 Western Teachers Association Oct 22 Valentine Markets Onions per bushel 50c Potatoes 30c Corn 25c Wheat 39c Oats 20c Hogs per cwt 25 Steers 2253 00 Cows 150 225 Calves per lb 4c Butter 10c Eggs per doz 10c Croquet sets at cost at C B eons Wat 29 County commissioners met this week Frank Whittecar spent Sunday in Amsworth A E Bennett of Simeon was in town Monday Prank Gillett of Ainsworth was in town Monday IfatKing is home from the Rose bud brick yard Adolph Hellar of Sioux City was in town this week Sidewalks are what we need and what we must have A E Thacher returned from Omaha Sunday night John Brown came over from Eose bud on business yesterday Wanted Presh milch cow with calf Enquire at this office TV S Glover of Gordon was in town a short time yesterday H O Paine of Ainsworth was in town politickin last Priday Judg...

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 — 8 October 1896

I H II i H H s Hi S m ffo iknHne tmaimt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COOKTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Pbop VALENTINE NEBRASKA MANY AEE HOMELESS FLOR1DANS RENDERED DESTI TUTE BY THE HURRICANE Without Food Cotton Destroyed and No Resources Special Session of the Legislature to Provide for I Theni Advocated Thousands are Destitute Jacksonville Fla The big storm left the people of western Alachua and Levy and the eastern part of Lafayette Counties homeless without food with cotton destroyed and no resources Peo ple who have visited them earnestly ad vocate a special session of the Legislature to provide for them In western Alachua County thousands of people lived most of them well to do iarmers All their homes were destroyed together with their winters provisions At Yule a place of 300 inhabitants everything is gone Not a store lemams Some parts of the buildings were carried three miles Dress goods were found live miles away The people gathered what lumber they could find and made a she...

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 — 8 October 1896

w DELINQUENT TiXLIST VALENTINE NEBRASKA K l Thuasuuebs Office I VaikntiKk Neb October l 1890 f Public notice is hereby ulven that I will ac cording to law otTer at public sale at the office of the treasurer of the county of Cherry state of Iselmiska on tho 5th day of November 1890 and succeeding days commencing at the hour of 10 roclocTi a m of said day so much of tho follow 4ng described real estate situated In Cherry -county on which the taxes for the year 1895 haTe not been paid as shall be necessaryto pay said iaxes Interest penalties and cost of certificate G r CUABB County Treasurer BOILING SPRINGS Twp 33 Bango 33 M Desc stf no as ne 136 80 86 lotl lot 2 aenw eenw ne fco aw 86 BW 60 BO SO sw no so ne jie nw so nw 8W BW 88 BW 316 nw nw nw none so ne so BO se 66 nw 86 sw se 316 BW nw bw sw sw 60 BW lots 1 i W X nw wn no no so nw so sw 80 SO 86 ne no pw no Bw no ise ne ilotl Jot 2 no nw so nw so BW aw no eo no nw bo sw Be ne sw nw aw ne so nw 86 neno nwne sene aie nw ne sw nw sw ...

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 — 8 October 1896

Kg fh H I H h X i X I rrHCEErrr3T zisctismmSSSSS3SIZ MttfiWHMMlfl i j tj f HE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT 8U0CK9S0B TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official JPaper of ty Nebrstikfe 100 Per Ifeur Hh Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second-class-matter This paper will be malted regulariy to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per dnch per month- Kates per column or for long time ads made known oi appli cation to thisoffice THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1896 Democratic Ticket For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BUYAST Of Lincoln Nebraska Por Vice President AliTHUR SEWALL Of Bath Maine x Presidential Electors FRED METZ O W PALM EJ HALE X PIASCEKL N 0 ALBERTS SL KOSTRYZE J N CAMPBELL M F HARRINGTON For- Governor SILAS A HOLCOMB For Lieutenant Governor J EIIARRIS For State Secretary WF PORTER ForState Auditor JOHN F CORNELL For State T...

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 — 8 October 1896

y k yr - K A h f OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STTE TJovcnior Silas Allolcomb j Lleutvouirt Governor IioDcrt 15 Jlourc j secretary oi oiare oei a riper Treasurer J S Bartley Auditor Eugene Moore Com Lands and Buildings Henry C Itussell Attonuvttftaeral Arthur S Churchill 8upfc Public Instruction Henry U Corbet t 9teents UnWeslty Rnthleiitner Kilcore TftstfsU r O It Glover Lou vwsxriyjf j it litre Ijiiichui L Burnlram Omaha JM Halt Alma K P Holmes rirrco TMallaisea Kearney iMJHulL Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen JCadlson John M TTJiurston tfmaua Espresematlvea First DistfatJesse W Strode Lincoln Jtecond D H Mercer Omaha Thud Weo 1 Mcfcejohn Fullerton Fourth B J Hai ar Aurora Filth Wm h Andrews Hastings Hlxtu O K Kern Broken Bow JUDICAL Bur rene Court T LNorval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Klnkaid ONeill W H WebUverKushvlllo LEGISLATIVE Rerjresentetive Flfty smond District FraufK Seittltor Fourteenth restrict urtr Crawford LANUFKICE Henry G S...

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 — 8 October 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 8 October 1896

K r k IV y - A HAS MAD A VARIED CAREER Xrs Isabel Ball the First Woman Reporter in Congress Mrs Isabel Worrell Balls name will go down to posterity as that of the first woman ever regularly admitted to the press galleries of the Senate and House of Representatives in Washington Mrs Balls -record reads like one of Bret Hartes stories and she has seen life in many and varied phases She was born In a little double log cabin n Putuam County 111 Raised in the thick of poli tics her father being the well known lawyer and politician James Purcell Worrell she is as erudite concerning the doings of both Republican and Democratic parties as the best mai among them She says of herself Of the knowledge learned in schools I have a limited supply The world has been my schoolroom and men and women with eyes and ears and judg ment enoagh to use them properly will get a liberal education in that way Later in Kansas I herded my fathers cattle and saving the hire of a man earned the money necessary fo...

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 — 8 October 1896

n l 5 H M rM h - iS U wSfc1 sSES3S5Sse25S3 CLOAK vB r 7 Jh Barn located on the east side of town First class rigs and careful drivers Good accommodationsfor feed ing and stabling C M SAGESER TONSORIAL ARTIST Hair cutting and shaving Shop in the WH Moses building HOT AND GOLD BATHS Valentine Nebr O WJVfOREY WATCHMAKER JEWELER Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Spectacles and Musical Instruments Valentine Nebraska JIM Prices or Feed Bran bulk 40c per cwt 700ton Shorts bulk 50c per cwt 9 00 ton Screenings 85c - 6 00 Chop Feed 7c S13 00 Corn 50c Oats 65c s -Ed Catron the man who Sheriff Essex brought up from Kansas several weeks ago gave a good and sufficient bond Tuesday and he was released by the sheriff a wealthy uncle being his bondsman Jt will be remembered that Catron was under arrest for cattle stealing in this county the stealing having been done a year ago or more After Catron had been arrested in Cheyenne county Kansas he attempt edfto escape and the -sheriff shot him ...

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 — 15 October 1896

f - ft- - a iv W JU i K Y a A i Sir r t VOL XI Vi ifjt mmmm THIS AND THAT Comina Event rlreono Oct lc J W Tuckcraurt W H nortoh Oct 1G Fast Mall -Post Oct 17 A HTinnle Oct21 Crookstoif Tew here Association Oct 21 Western Teachers Association Oct 31 Halloween oct 31 Election Iay Nov 3 Valentiue Teachers Association Nov 14 Valentine Markets Onions per bushel 150c Potatoas l 30c Cora 25c Wheat 39c Oats 20c Iloga per cwt 1275 Steers 2253 00 Jows L50225 jCalves per tt 4c Butter 10c Eggs per doz 10c 4 Trauk Hook vras down from Cody rSunday Election day one week from next Tuesday W E Haley went to Gordon last night on businiss I E Sherman is clerking at the lied Front this week T D Cook of Ainstrorth spent Sunday in the city John n Shore and wife of Kennedy spent Tuesday in town Frank Whittecar spent Sunday with his family at AlnHWorth Miss Ella Stihvt of Simeon is visiting in town tlu sr eek O W Hahn is as ing Treasurer Crabb in his office dirss this week T A Pike went down to Newport thi...

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 — 15 October 1896

M v I i i N 1 esSH it fahnfine democrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Epitok Titor VALENTINE NEBRASKA STORM OR THE COAST TREMENDOUS GALE RAGES OH THE ATLANTIC Three of the Robys Crew are Drowned and Five are Rescued After a Terrible Battle with the Elements Other News Items Atlantic Coast Sorm Lewes Del At daybreak Sunday morning the American schooner Luther ARoby from Sehiverie Nova Scotia for Philadelphia with a cargo of plaster struck near the point of Cape Ilenlopen while a terrible northeast gale was pre vailing The force of the sea was so great that the vessel pounded to pieces on the sands before the life saving crew could get a line to her Three of the crew lost their lives and five were rescued after an awful experience with the elements One of the killed lost his life by being struck by the main mast when it fell Suicide of a Treasury Messenger Washington Dillard F Ragland a messenger in the Treasury Department appointed from Goliad Texas committed...

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 — 15 October 1896

m iw N i V t r A s u U rst DELINQUENTTAXLIST VALENTINE NEBRASKA Tkeasuueks Office Valentine Neb October l 169G f Tubllc notice Is hereby given that I will ac cording to law offer at public sale at the ofllco of the treasurer of the count of Cherry stato of Nebraska on the flth day of November 1896 and succeeding days commencing at tho hour of 10 oclock a m of said day so much of the follow ing described real estate situated In Cherry county on which tho taxes for the year 1895 have not been paid as shall bo necessary to pay said taxes Interest penalties and cost of certificate G r CKABB County Treasurer BOILING SPRINGS Twp 33 Range 33 Desc bw no se ne no ae nw se lotl lot 2 nenw eo nw no so nw so nw EO eo se sw no bo no ne nw bo nw 6W ew 60 SW do nw nw nw none so ne ne se so se U w BO ew se no aw nw ew 8W bw 60 BW lot se nw swnw eo no ne so nw so sw so so se ne ne nw ne bw no ise ne 3otl lota no nw so nw se aw ew no se no nw se sw se no sw nw 3W no se uw se no no nwue bo ne aie nw n...

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 — 15 October 1896

b IS fi 4 1 f I Vfl V- IM1 Iff V- ir THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT kOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher i Official Paper of Cherry ty ft ebrafelcn kXH Per Year m Advance tu rurrisHED every Thursday Entered at the Foskofflce ftV Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will ije mailed regularly to its subscribers until a -definite order to discontinue is received ahd all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch errconth Rates per column or for Jonjg time ads made known oi appli cation to this office THUltSb AY OCTOBER 15 1826 Democratic ticket For President WILLIAM JEXNIXGS BUY AS Of Lincoln Nebraska Vor Vice President I lTHUU SEW ALL Of i5atli Maine 1 residential Electors FttfSD METZ O W PALM yJ HALE X PJASCEKL X ALJJEKTS -S L KOSTitYZE J X CAMPBELL M F HAKRLXXtTOX 3or Governor SILAS A IIOLCOMJJ For Lieutenant Governor J E HARRIS For State Secretary- W F PORTER- For State Auditor JOHN F CORNELL For State Trea...

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 — 15 October 1896

F tf I s L hr S M I L T tT 4 w - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STkTE Governor Licutruant invei ucr Sm etuy of State Treasurer tfVuuiMir Com Lniidsind Rullcltiigs HllasAHolcomb ItoDerLK Moore Joel A liner 1 S Hartley Eugene Moore Henry uuusxeu Sunt 1uMtc luMnicliim Iluiirj lt prlitlt c it Tf nwniii fcegcuts University Arthur 8 GlitirtliiHJ The Btwhrnen tho Hottcntot3 and the T rumlmin Oinaiui J V Halt Alma K P Holmes rieree TMaSl ilieu Kearney M J Hull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Srtiaiors Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Uspresent itivea First Distilct Jesse H Strode Lincoln Second D fl Mercer Omaha Third ico 1 ileiklciohn Fullerton Fourth K J Hai nnr Aurora Filth Wm h Andrews HasUugs Sixth 0 ML Kcm Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Tolk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M F Kinkatd ONeill W H Westover Kushvillc LEGISLATIVE KepreKnntetive Fifty second District Frank Rothleutner Kilgore Seimtorrourtccnth District Henry G Crawford LAND OFFICE Register C...

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 — 15 October 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 15 October 1896

F Lsftl KT W v v CIVILIZATIONS SAVAGERY Horrible Torture in Paat Ascs In flictcd by Man Upon Man During the middle ages and indeed down into the last century torture was egularly resorted to for a variety of causes chief among them being relig ion In the early part of the seventeenth century we read of a man named Zach cry Drusenian being suspended by the arms in a torture chamber while screws were applied to his feet in such a manner as to crush the bones After watching him for a while the judges went out to supper- leaving him in charge of the executioner Drusemac besought the latter -by the wounds oi Clirist to let him down if but for a single moment but the officer refused to do so except at the judges com mand After an Lour the judges re turned all of them the worse for liquor Drusenaan was dead Little Imagina tion is needed to make one shudder at this story Satan himself might hesi tate to All up the gaps of the narrative During the struggle between Spain And the United Nether...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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