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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

- J K Bhebry County independent VALENTINE NEB ifehfwKE I108 Praia t DRAMATIC DOINGS WHAT AND PLAYERS PLAYWRIGHTS MANAGERS ARE DOING Grace Golden Writes of the Field for Lit tle Women Interesting Dramatic Data The Free List Suspended Autocrats of the Elder lioolh Iiittlo Women on tlie Stage - flf 7 UTHORSand i m MJ - th e a t r i c i 1 m managers are 21 tiJnnf ff lU U f 14 J tj a vi 1 1 i b 1 e Titcs Grace Golden the Prima Donna in the ISTew York Journal T h e y are sometimes guilty of pay ins too little attention to the little wo men who al though small is quite an im portant per sonage and should not be overlooked They first err in putting into her mouth lines of vastly too heroic variety the sec ond by substituting a tall woman for her The little womans province is quite distinctly defined and should mder no circumstances be usurped by her larger sisters of the stage It is in the impersonation of juven ile and masculine roles Nature has fitted actresses for the proper delineation ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

p n r i 1 r - v - f - r vrJi r Tmmfr f V PW VH r ft i r v i - - SUNSHINE comes no matter how dark the clouds are -when tho woman who is borne down by womans troubles turns to Dr Pierces Fav orite Prescription If her life is made gloomy by the chronic weaknesses deli cate derangements and painful disorders that af flict her sex they are com pletely cured If shes overworked nervous or run down she has new life and strength Favorite Prescription is a powerful Invigorating tonic and a soothing and strengthening nervina nurelv vegetable Terfectlv harmless It regulates and promotes all the proper functions of womanhood improves digestion enriches the blood dispels aches and pains brings refreshing sleep and re stores health and vigor For every female complaint and disturbance it is the only remedy so sure and unfailing that it can be guaranteed It it doesnt benefit or cure you havo your money back It Cures ColdtCcupliBSore ThroatCroupInfltten rtjWhoopinp Cough Bronchitis and Asthma A ecrt...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

y dt r -- RSr - - m J WJ9 y V l 3 -V - V- S2aHh2222KZMeiU34 v rill jr tfi vf a vJI ITUOlT - woarFftBwsase3raEH GOOD od - fashioned Chrismas with the logs upon the hearth The table lilled with f casters anthe room a roar th mirlli With the stockins criinimcd tobustin antlie tnedders piled ith snow old fashioned Chrismas like wo had so long ago Now tlihiS UiR thing Id like to see agin afcrc I die lu Chrisnias in tho city here its dif ferent oh my With the crowded hustle bustle of tho nlu hy noisy sroet An- the scowl upon tho faces of the stran Ci that you moor Dh theres buyin plenty of it of a lot o gorgeous toys An it takes a mint o money to please modern girls and Loys Why 1 mind the time a jack knife an a toffy lump for me Made my little heart an stockin jus chock full of Chris mas glee An theres feastin Think o fesdin with these stuck up city folk Why ye have to scuk in whispers an yo darsnt crack a joke Then remember how the tables looked all crowded with your kin When you couldn...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

ffl Smi r s I f v t - f ItJSf V fe ocyo o JC4U niS family moving to Wis consin three years la ter He attended the common schools until 15 years old when he learned the printers trade In 3 SGI he WT II s i 5HHHH fc r iyjBafiBi5ac2Saa Si f SOME 2JEW GOVERNORS A BRIEF HISTORY OF EXECU TIVES RECENTLY ELECTED Itich Altjjeld and Matthews Are Farmers Sons Peck Was a Printcr Crounsc Stone and Nelson Were lawyers Becan Life Poor Governor Peck George W Peck who has been re elected Governor of Wisconsin was oorn in Jefferson County New York uul uiiib a newspaper wwfcV 3 v proprietor but later I I XW 1 s entered the army and served till the close rov imck of the war After a three years jour nalistic career in Xcw York City he returned to Wisconsin and shortly afterward started the paper which not only brought him a comfortable fortune but made his name a house hold word He is said to fully in dorse Mr Clevelands views upon all leading questions John T Kiel Hon John T Eich the Governor elect of ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 22 December 1892

w 4 1 1 o I i I trprf uJijfMt mpj CHERRY GO INDEPENDENT PUBLISHED EVEUJT THURSDAY Farris Hawkes Publishers Entered at the Post olllce it Valentine Cherry county Nebraska as Second class matter SUBSOEIPTIOff BATES In Advance iter year On Time M advertising bates One Column i r month Cards S1G0 200 800 100 If you find this paragraph marked it signifies ti1at you are in arrearage on yor subscrip tion to this paper There are 860000 employes in the service of the railways in the United SUites according to latest report They ask for an increase of about 30 cents per day which seems at least a reason able demand This would at once put into the channels of trade 87000000 which is now hoarded by the Goulds Vanderbilts and other 11 E Kings The Keeley movement for the past year cuts off nearly 20000000 from the liquor traffic or 132202 barrels of liquor for which a new market must be found The records at various Keeley institutes throughout the country are said to show that rising 83000 men ha...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

rST P t 5 for s v - TV K i i 7 cw y T9 i aw tfi y El ib preme Juage K 1 Vi f m IB ll SAMUEL MAXWiiLL - tfgents State University MRS E W PEATTUJJ J n BAYSTOX JUDICIAL tr Judges District Court T V GOLDEN TV WESTOVER C0UXT1 or Treasurer- G P CRAB1 Table Precinct fPov Clerk- nEsL r We S3ff I f THE R0PUL1ST TICKET SI ATM Ur IAUM T 1VTTKT1 Boiling Springs Eor Sheriff- N S KOSVLEY Kennedy Pi ec net For Judge- Jt n v ScaUigle Procinct or Siwwntende3iVl0lktr t im iif EBXTHCIAN LFFr V xralentiiJffeef nt V K f Tj s f aK BAIXSPOKD vji zel Preci ror Coroner- ur r GEO B ZAKK - i TA i r i vaieuiiuoty ju f er Commissioner 1st Dish tr v A WH1SON g German lrecihct Commissioner 2nd DistrijtFW CCPABKEK jf Lavaca Picinct i tj -1st the Bepiiblkjan last weegappears another tirade against the editor of Lthls paper In so far as ttjjtt article Sfconcerns us personally we -care nOilh 4ing simply consider the vile source ferom whence in eniinatesfjUt is be queath our dignityZas respecVble lews publishero notic...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

v Gtaf Counig Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA FOU MEN DEOWNED BY THE CAPSIZING OF A PLEAS URE BOAT Corbett and Fitzslmmons Will Fight In Hoc Spring Ark October 31 St Louis Colored Alan Is Arrested for Bobbing the Alullj Farmers Congress Four Alen Drowned Battimoue special Four men were drowned by the capsizing of a pleasure boat in the middle branch of tbe Patapsco River I hey are Harry Stiner Fred Yaikman William A Keynolus James Huston All were residents of this city and together with two companions at tempted 10 cross the river from Ferry bar to Meters Pavlllion in Jlundel County A strong east wind made the water very rough and when about half way across the boat began to fill and went over leav ing the pleasure seekers struggling in the waler A number of row boats went to the rescue but before they reached the capsized boat the men had gone down for the last time Their companions were rescued with difficulty None of the bodies have been recovered On Schedule Time Hot Springs Ark ...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

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Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

Gherrg Coiilg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA Everything Is on tne jump now in New York The tovrn is alive with fleas The Arkansas City Reporter asks Will the new woman fly We dont know whether she will or not but she is Shall we wash on Saturdays or Mon days asks the Syracuse Courier-Herald Better wash at least twice a wei whether you need it or not Henry M Stanley shows unmistaka ble evidences of the refining Influences of civilization He announces that he will not lecture in America this time The Minneapolis Tribune is heartily In favor of consolidating the Twin Cities It merely stipulates that the name of the consolidated city shall be Minneapolis Minneapolis bloomer girls who have been annoyed by the police are said to be up in arms about the matter If that were all they were up in probably there would be no trouble In spelling his surname as he does Mr J Kelr Hardie avoids the annoy ance of being mistaken for a literary fellow named Thomas Hardy who has achieved some prominence...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

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Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

i r II l v Paralysis Is Kot Kerre Deatii for It Is telle From the Journal Zewiaton Mioh Patrick Doyle a man more than seven ty years of age called at this office re cently and gave a remarkable account Everyone knows the nature of paralysis and how difficult it is to cure so that his testimony is extremely interesting He said About six or seven years ago I was afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism contracted while at work in a Manistee saw mill and had to quit work on that account Then came a long time of de spair for me My lower limbs became numb and cold and I lost the use of them almost entirely For a long time I was unable to stand on my feet without sup port For four years I could not think of doing any kind of work I treated with many eminent doctors without deriving any benefit I more than 100 in one summer for medi cal treatment which failed to help ine The local doctors could not give me any encouragement and in fact did not know what my ailment was I became tired of docto...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

P J it f OfV - v X t - 1 CRAB jg Table Precinct JOUX L I J ALL A UD Boiling Springs 07 Sheriff- mFot Judge- W s ROPULIST TICKET iTJS J jreme Jttuge I XMTJEL MAXWELL Sgfwents State University MRSE W PEATT1E J n BAYSTOX Judicial District Court t r T V GOLDEN - TV fl WEST OVER J COUNTY Wor Treasurer- NSiidWLEY Kennedy recmct g EDorr lFor Superintendent Sciilagle Erocinct mt JilMMffil V- iATV - ralentiiJSipef nt paper publisher to notice V- t 5pIiAsF0kD f r irnzel i reov Ter Coroner- GEO B ZAttK mv FW i - -- i r t I- vaiennnR jjui Wcr Commissioner 1st Disk icfe S - W A WILSON flgW i German ecihet clon A A L tr Commissioner 2nd DtetMt rv GGPABKEK jVgr Lavaca P4ciricF In the Republkjanjast weekappears another tirade againsPtriediforof kkthis paper In so far as that iirticle concerns us personally -we -care uiotb ing simply consider the vil source frcm whence in eniinatesCfe is be iiesth our dignityla respectable itemptable attacts But in regard to the truth of the -statement made by bis -...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

CtajGoiiirtg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA FOUB MEN DROWNED BY THE CAPSIZING OF A PLEAS URE BOAT Corbett and Fltzslmmong Will Fight in Hoc Spring Ark October 31 St Lotus Colored fllun Is Arrested for Bobbing the Malls Farmers Congress Four Men Drowned Battimouk special Four men were drowned by the capsizing of a pleasure boat in the middle branch of tbe Patapsco River Ihey are Harry Stiner Jtred Vaikman William A Keynolus James Huston All were residents of this city and together with two companions at tempted 10 cross ihe river from Ferry bar to Meters Pavillion in Jiundel County A strong east wind made the water very rough and when about half way across the boat began to fill and went over leav ing the pleasure seeker3 struggling in the water A number of row boats went to the rescue but before they reached the capsized boat the men had gone down for the last time Their companions were rescued with difficulty None of the bodies have been recovered On Schedule Time Hot Springs Ark s...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

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Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

V I T U TA Cherrg Countg Independent VALENTINE NEBRASKA Everything Is on tne Jump now in New York The town Is alive with fleas The Arkansas City Reporter asks Will the new woman fly We dont know whether she will or not but she is Shall we wash on Saturdays or Mon days asks the Syracuse Courier-Herald Better wash at least twice a weik whether you need it or not Henry M Stanley shows unmistaka ble evidences of the refining influences of civilization He announces that he will not lecture in America this time The Minneapolis Tribune is heartily in favor of consolidating the Twin Cities It merely stipulates that the name of the consolidated city shall be Minneapolis Minneapolis bloomer girls who have been annoyed by the police are said to be up in arms about the matter It that were all they were up in probably there would be no trouble In spelling his surname as he does Mr J Keir Hardie avoids the annoy ance of being mistaken for a literary fellow named Thomas Hardy who has achieved some...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

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Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 17 October 1895

S Jr A- vJ JBf S Paralysis Is Kot Nerye Deatt for It Is CflraMe Ifivfii the Journal Lexoititon Mich Patrick Doyle a man more than seren fcy years of age called at this office re cently and gave a remarkable account Everyone knows the nature of paralysis and how difficult it is to cure so that hia testimony Is extremely interesting He said About six or seven years ago I was afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism contracted while at work in a Manistee saw mill and had to quit work on that account Then came a long time of de spair for me My lower limbs became numb and cold and I lost the use of them almost entirely For a long time I was unable to stand on my feet without sup port For four years I could not think of doing any kind of work I treated with many eminent doctors without deriving any benefit I spent more than 100 in one summer for medi cal treatment which failed to help me The local doctors could not give me any encouragement and in fact did not know what my ailment was I bec...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

rr - fMs m j Asm L IIB -B Ifl uH km k Uf 3j K tl fvjf ivyl I 3 II V m j 1 I l ft Iff f fe I j F L u J - I li i i H W VOL X ZixvnMtJXKKVtViTi mrtumamtM VL 1fe lielntfou Theyre moving slowly eastward are the west urn farmers now On one side bitched the ancient nude beside the aped cow -They move in steady endless tide settlers or all nations Disgusted with their western land theyll visit wifes relation Now why will not they wait awhile auotlur year at least Its bound to rain upon us soon and dampen man and beast Tis best to keep stiff upper lip dont sell off all your leather Why men ill ve old natures bound to make but average weather If drouth comes on us nand then ita bound iu utbu a lui u Next vear twill likely urbwn us out it cannot always burn Dont get disgusted quite so quick if youve a felt of rations - y Just hold your own stay where you are fight shy of wifes relations Youll latter see friends one and all that this same poem is right For sir months wont pass oer youriead be f...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

ft v i jfr U Gherrg Countg Independent Valentine raey NEBRASKA P 0 AfflUAL JiEPGKT THE FIRST ASSISTANT TELLS OF THE WORK DONE The Remains of the Men Hanged for tho Haymarket Riot to Be Exhumed and Burned The Em press of Kussia Dying Report on Postomces Washington special First Assistant Postmaster General Frank H Jones has made his annual report for the year end ing June 30 1895 Mr Jones says that tho diyisions under his supervision have saved during the year 1395577 the principal items being in the saving in carrier ser vice by stopping overtime and reduction of the force amounting to 1800000 The salaries of all presidential postmasters amounted to 55897200 and the gross re ceipts of postoffices to 60538097 The numbor of presidential postmasters is 8491 of which 159 are first class 700 sec ond olass and 2632 third class Au esti mate of 17000000 for all postmasters is made for the year 1897 an increase over the present year of 1000000 The total number of positions brought within the...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cherry County independent — 14 November 1895

ir i u r rf IM in Ir i it IrV V I 1 2 H a WW - ras 1 i V T p J VB V ii I Uta n v w I f f V ir 2 I m1 I VJt HV HjgiigaKS - W M m n Ki l Mv Tam ill Iff MLJMl II Vf JrSa j PLAIN VIOLATION OF LAW banks having suspended gold THE without meeting with any serious criticism from the sub sidized goldbug newspapers what is to prevent the treasury from suspending gold payments for a time long enough ito convince ail concerned that the law Which says that the greenbacks shall be redeemed in coin and not In gold alone lis a good one It must be perfectly clear even to the Eastern contingent that the greenbacks canDot and will not be retired says the Atlanta Consti tution It must be perfectly clear to them too that the administration can not go on selling bonds for gold and running the people deeper and deeper into debt It must also be perfectly clear that the banks do not propose at this day and hour to come to the relief of the treasury and furnish gold for export and for a very good reason they...

Publication Title: Cherry County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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