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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 14 May 1896

rsR JT fSa t T V v v if t 111 VOL XI i 11 r THIS AND THAT kviiii0 JEreiif Edna May Comedy Company May 223 Teachers Institute July 20 Itaoes June 10th and iltn Edna May at the Post May 20 and 21 Monday John Brown is over from Rosebud on business WM Ballard was a Valentine vis itor Monday B E B Kennedy and wife were in town Monday Wbats the matter with organizing a base ball club D Whirrey and wife of Kennedy were in town Sunday The White House has replanted the nvdrant in front of the hotel 3 m y - W iwvn TJininorrnnm tnrl at once Address White House Valentine J A Fike went to Newport yester day morning to look after his farm Special sale of silk at T C Horn bys All pure silk 32 cents a yard Ben Roberts and Miss Emino Sar sen of Irwin were in town Monday Mrs J A Carroll visited at Rose bud from Saturday until Wednesday The Democrat and the Thrice-a-week New York World one year 175 Mrs John Nicholson and daughter Alta have returned to their home in Ainsworth Munson Butler and Robert Q...

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 — 14 May 1896

BTTCgESSQB XO OHEBEY COtftff ItfDEPENDEtfT S - i jtpBEBT B GOOD - EpiTOB Pog i f i Jl - SPAIN AGAIN EXCITED OVER AMERICAS INTEREST IN CAPTURED FILIBUSTERS Gen Weyler Threatens to Resign Unless the Death Sentence is Car ried Out Consul General Will lams Conduct Provocative Spain Again Stirred Up Thci e are evidences of growing popular excitement in Spain over the attitude of the United States Government toward the question of the filibusters captured on board the Competitor The news of the capture of the men on the Competitor was received with great satisfaction and rejoicing It was felt to be the first opportunity that had been offered to make an example of those en gaged in leeding the insurrection The popular demand for their execution is strong and is likely to become vociferous The public feeling on the subject is fostered by the tenor of the advices re ceived from Havana Dispatches from there affirm that Capt Gen Weyler is greatly irritated at the attitude of the United Slates ...

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 — 14 May 1896

V V WORK OF CONGRESS tHE WEEKS DOINGS IN SENATE AND HOUSE A Comprehensive Digest of the Pro ceedings in the Legislative Cham bers at Washington Matters that Concern the People Lawmakers at Labor Opponents of the bankruptcy bill which passed the Hou S2 Saturday afternoon by a decisive majority the vote being 157 yeas to 81 nays were not confined to either of the grert political parties or any section State delegations were divided as to the propriety of such a bill and the members of the Illinois delegation were by no means favorably disposed toward the measure Representatives Connolly Hitt and Lorimer voted for the bill while Messrs Burrell Cannon Downing Graff Marsh Smith and Wood were recorded in opposition What is true of the Illinois delegation applies with equal force to the other State delegations and Democrats Populists and Republicans at last found a proposition on which they could agree and vote accordingly All the Populists voted against the bill Baker Kan Bell t Colo Kem ...

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 — 14 May 1896

nMM igjwTk A mtmmmmM i mmu IHE VALE NTINE DEMOCRAT CHERRY CQUHTY INDEPENDENT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry iy Xebraiska 100 lev Yenr in Advance IlHlMlilIEt KVKItY THUUSDAY Kntcrcd at t he Post oltici at Valentine Cherry county Nelirnbka ha ScoikI 1hss matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order lo discontinue is received and -all rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch i per month Hales per column or for long time ads made known on cation to this office THURSDAY MAY 14 1896 Onr Platform Following is the platfoTtn adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday April 18 1S96 Wp the Democrats of Cherry county in mass pouvonlion asstinbltddoroaflirai our allegiance to ttir principles of the Democratic party as formulated by Jefferson and exemplified by the illustrious line of Ids successors in Democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland We still denounce the Republican d...

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 — 14 May 1896

H Tl l iHJj 4 ADDRESS 5 i HJ dTUTDM iiiori i riELiiiii ESV 3 RE2E5B8 IRHRRv ICTOisBShL paM Ib Hi r A W S valentine nebr niftnnii m vm i HvaaBgHBaatgflagJJCgagca FJIEAKS OF THE MIND Curious Pranks Played by the Imagination A Student Who J VU Ded from the Mcrxi Touch o n Cane Under Hxiting Circumstances Some Queer Cahuk Some years ago a number of students iu Europe were eoneerned in the charge vhifli demonstrated the powerful of jjnumation In a frolic they donned disgiaiKes and arrested another student vrliorn they tried in a and dimly lighted chamber and condemned to death For several hours they kept their horror-stricken victim in a darkened room and having informed him that he was to be beheaded bandaged his eyes and led him to another apurtment A crowd was assembled but re strained their mirlh as the victim of the practical joke was forced to kneel down and placed his neck across the spindle of a three legged stool They prepared for a great outburst of laugh ter as the neck of the...

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 — 14 May 1896

0 JOOOOOOOC 300COOOCOCOOOOOOOO BURGLARIES AT BOURQEOISVILLE Detective Sergeant Collie bad arrived sooner he might have been able to discover a workable clew he thought but when he -was called in the burglary was three days old It was only after the local police had done their best and failed that they applied to Scotland Yard for help and that the clever detective sergeant was sent to Bourgeoisville By that time the local police under the able direction of Inspector Boodle had succeeded pretty well in obliter ating everything which might have served as a clew to the sergeant Enough however still remained to show him that the burglary was not the work of amateurs but of profes sionals The way in which Mr St John Smiths powerful plate safe- had been forced was really a charming piece of workmanship and excited the detectives warmest admiration and the rapidity and noiselessness -with which the massive silver plate- had been removed and the reception rooms stripped of their valuables 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 — 14 May 1896

J y - JL Half A MILLION To bo Given Away In Articles of Roal Value to the Users of Mail Pouch Chewing and Smoking The Only ANTI NERVOUS and ANTI DYSPEPTIC TOBACCO SAVE YOUR COUPONS or EMPT BAGS UNTIL coupons appear AND CE IN EXCHANCE FREE THE FOLLOW INC VALUABLE AttO USEFUL ARTICLES VALUABLE PICTURES Handsome Water Color Fac similes Land scape and Marine size 14x23 12 subject Fine Pastel Fac simlles Landscape and Figures size 20x24 inches 12 subjects Beautiful Venetian Scenes Works of Art size 20x80 inches 4 subject Magnificent Water Color Gravures after fa mous artists size 22x28 inches 4 subjects NO ADVERTISING ON ANY OF THE ABOVE BuehExcellenttt orks of Art have never before been offered Except Through Dealers alvery high prices They arc suitable decorations for any homeand to be apprcciatedmustbeseen CHOICE BOOKS Cloth Bound Standard Works over 160 se lected titles b Eminent Authors Popular Novels 300 titles byFavoriteAuthors TOBACCO POUCHES Rubber self closing Convenient ana us...

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 — 14 May 1896

m tmgi I T y H XL h 2A K THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUOCKSSOU TO i CHERRY COUHrY INDEPENDENT EOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher i THE CARNIVAL CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE igilt letters Various articles sold by the druggist were attached to the ban tner The general merchandise store of E McDonald was represented by FIlen McDonald who was dressed iu a com plete Indian outfit and led the grand marches The Republican had a good repre sentative in the person of Miss Ella Kiester The lady was neatly dressed wore a blue hat and sash paper sleeves and paper trimming nn the skirt Her banner was a copy of the Republican Mrs J C iNorthrup and Miss Katie sang the following duet on a very effective manner We advertise tve advertise Theres art In askinghim who buys Tls there the merchants secret lies Red Front and Hornbys waists and ties Davenport Thachers fruit for pies McDonalds neneral merchandise Lewis and Quipleys drug and dyes Watsons drugs and poison for fllefl Beidens clathlng prices cause surpri...

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 — 21 May 1896

b J v J fTWMt Wr 1 I V riiTT O JL I I lie VOL XI THIS AND THAT Coaxing Events Udns May Comedy Company May 22S Commencement Exercises Mav 23 Rosebud Indian Dances May 28 and 29 Memorial Day May 30 Jlaceb June loth and 11th Be publican County Convention June 11 Populist County Convention July 8 Tcachors Institute July 20 Races June 10th and 11th IL JE Dewey was in town yesterday W E Haley was in Wood Lake Monday John 71 Lee was up from Brownlee yesterday P S Rouche of Brownlee was in town Monday Mrs J Li Ballard came down from Cody Tuesday Gordon is to have a saloon run by Messrs Stuart Doud Commencement exercises at M E church Saturday night Prof A T Schriber was up from Wood Lake yesterday Jas M Wood stockman of Rapid City was in town Saturday The Norfolk Independent has in creased its size to eight pages Wanted Dining room girl at once Address White House Valentine George Dew of Wood Lake made final proof on his timber claim Mon day Hattie KarJeski cook at the White House has been ...

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 — 21 May 1896

V V - t atjte Bmiotmt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editok Prop VALENTINE uMrsasoKSBfT NEBRASKA TOUNADO IN KANSAS SEVERAL TOWNS VISITED DESTRUCTIVE STORMS BY Horses and Cattle Killed and Fine llesidences Blown to Atoms Forest Fires Do Much Damage in West Virginia Six Shot in a Riot Tornado in Kansas At 5 oclock Sunday evening a terrific tornado swept down on the town of Frankfort Kau from the southwest Everything in the north and west ends of town was completely wrecked Some of the best residences of the city were blown to atoms Reports coming in from the country where heavy damage has been done will materially swell the loss Many are reported painfully injured but so far as known no one has been killed Many horses and cattle have been killed The Methodist and Christian churches were demolished and the Presbyterian Church was badly wrecked A score of people are left homeless and are being cared for in public halls and in the homes of more fortunate citizens ...

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 — 21 May 1896

L 13 Vs SOLDIERS AT HOME THEY TELL SOME INTERESTING ANECDOTES OF THE WAR Wow tlt Bert et Beth AratlM Whlled Away Life la Camp Woittgixig Expe rience Tlfetocne filarchafr Thrilling Kcene an the Battlefield After the Battle It was strange and queer to watch the demeanor of men wounded In bat tle writes M Quad You might have stood beside hundreds who were struck down and yet you would not have found two whose actions were exactly alike When hit while standing inac tive most men threw up their hands and cried out and staggered about before falling If hit while the regiment was advancing they fell with curses on their lips and sometimes rose up again and limped painfully after their comrades If reached by a bullet while the com mand was being driven or retreating or changing its position then men walled out like children not so much over the hurt as because they realized that they were to be left on the field to suffer and would be helpless to protect themselves When a regiment was in li...

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 — 21 May 1896

j X 15lfTO JOURTY INDEPENDENT BEET GOOD Editor and Publisher Official 1aper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 1M JPer Yeur in Advance IUHLltsHKD EVERY THURSDAY Knteivu at t he Iostotllcc at Valentine Cherry caiwty Nebraska as Second class matter This paper will be mailed regularly o its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch 3er month Pates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY MAY 21 1896 Onr Platform lollowing is the platform adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in mass -convention assembled Saturday April 18 189G We the Democrats of Cherry county in mass -convention assembled do reafllrai our allegiance to thej principles of the Democratic party as formulated by Jeirerson and exemplified by the illnstrious line of his successors in Democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland We still denounce the Republican doctrine of protection ns a fraud a...

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 — 21 May 1896

V v A T jjiiwwit QUICIFS Davenport T VALENT ss7 25000 STOR The White House A T WHITE Proprietor Has been rebuilt and rooms famished with NEW SUITSIOF FURNITURE Making it the most complete and comfortable HOTEL IN THE NORTHWEST SAMPLE ROOM AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECTION Valentine Nebraska W E HALEY ABSTRACT Valentine Nebraska WW V- - WW H W IIIMuafcUKyxasregar r Is the place to go for DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS OILS VARNISHES BRUSHES ETC Valentine Nebraska UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES We liave just received a full line of Coffins Caskets and cases IZ D CI n BBB9H U 1R IN PURSES PROGRAM FIRST DAY JUjStE 10 Race for Cherry County and Rosebud horses Purse S4500 Half mile dash First horse 3000 second 1000 third 500 Horses entered in this race not winning money allowed to start in Consolation race entrance free Half mile dash First horse 1500 second 1000 Quarter mile race for Cherry County and Rosebud horses Purse of 4000 First horse 2500 second 1000 third 500 SECOND DAY JUNE 11 Half mile dash for P...

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 — 21 May 1896

y j fc K ft QCXJOOOOQCJOOOOOO SUBJUGATION OF AH SING THE OCOOCXXXOOOOOOOCXXXXOOOOOOOOQOOOOOX000XK00XKXKX A woman may be mistress of herself though chin a fall up to a certain limit beyond which no conception of heroism ceaches The model woman screams at a spider and discusses the merits of wired sleeves serenely while a priceless vase goes crashing to the floor Such is the standard of feminine courage the foot rule by which a woman may be measured Yet when not one piece of china but two pieces and three and four fall the standard becomes use less A woman is not epectcd to bear more Yet more came There was a fifth crash in the kitchen Mrs Melville stopped in the midst of telling Ritchie of the Sixth that anchovy paste was to be struck off the commissary list she stopped and looked appealingly at Mel ville Austin cant you do something Austin gathered up his napkin put Tiis hand on the table and started to push back his chair then he sank down again and restored his napkin to its place...

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 — 21 May 1896

V n rs u Bl -- oils It is often difficult to convince peo ple their blood is impure until dread ful carbuncles abscesses boils scrof iiila or salt rheum are painful proof of the fact It is wisdom now or when ever there is any indication of Impure blood to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and prevent such eruptions and suffering I liad a dreadful carbuncle abscess red fiery fierce and sore The doctor at tended me over seven weeks When the abscess broke the pains were terrible and I thought 1 should not live through it I heard and read so much about Hoods Sarsaparilla that I decided to take it and my husband who was suffering with boils took it also It soon purified our Blood built nie up and restored my health so that although the doctor said I would not be able to work hard I have since done the work for 20 people Hoods Sar eaparilla cured my husband of the boils -and we regard it a wonderful medicine 3Irs Axxa Peteksox Latimer Kansas Hood Sarsaparilla Is the One True Mood Purifier All drugg...

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 — 21 May 1896

I I 1 I tj V i niniiiiiirriiiiif iir re v Official Directory of Cherry Co Treasurer G P Crabb Jlerk Geo Elliott Sheriff Amos Strong Judge IF MWalcott County Attorney Ed Clarke County Superintendent Lillian Stoner Surveyor Chas Tait Coroner A Lewis E W Starr Commissioners M Dunham J P Sullivan Societies MENS SOCIAL CLUB Meets YOUNG every Wednesday evening at the resi nce of Mrs Helen Hornby John X King President Fkakk E Thohn Secretary BULL TRIBE Ao22 SETTING laifKOVKD Ordeu ok Redmex Meets every second and fourth Saturday of oach month Members of the order in good standing are cordially and fraternally invited to Attend C H THOMPSON Sjichera J D WIGGINS C of Records A P A M Minnekadusa Lodge No 192 A F A M toeets in regular communication Saturday even ing on or before tbo fuil moon in each month members of the order in good and regular stand ing cordially and fraternally invited to attend F M Walcott W M W W Thompson Secy A 0 Valentine LodceNo 70 A O 1 st and 3rd Monday in each mont...

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 — 28 May 1896

V L E- N I n X ft f m VOL XI HE VALE THIS AND THAT Cvmint Event Memorial Day 31 ay 30 Joint Memorial services June 7 Races June 10th and lltb Republican County Convention Jnno 11 Indcpendtuee Day July 4 Populist County Convention Jul S Teachers Institute Tulj JO Tctf Celebrate A meeting of the citizens of Valentine will be held Friday ev cuing May 29 at 8 oclock p in m the office of the county judge for the purpose of making arrange ments for celebrating the Fourth of July Everybody should turn out and put his shoulder to the wheel for a good old fashioned Fourth Valentine has not cele brated for four rears Races Juno 10th and 11th Wait for the Fourth of July Watch for next weeks Democrat C G Barnes of Wood Lake was in town Monday D A Gorinley was down from Rushville Monday C E Bowering drove to Crookston and back yesterday Clara Baasford of Alliance is now the White House chef C Rust of Chadron registered at the White house Saturday F H Baumgartel was down from Crookston on busines...

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 — 28 May 1896

I h M t I s i imytmvmft liiiJttSii1J - the nlenUttB lemocrtt SUCCKSSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - ditoi Prop VALENTINE NEBRASKA THE FATAL GASOLINE CAUSE THE DEATH PERSONS OF FOUR Attempt to Fill the Reservoir of a Lighted Gasoline Stove Results in an Explosion Throwing Burning Oil in all Directions Fatal Gasoline Explosion By the explosion of a gasoline stove on Townsend Street Chicago a family of six persons was almost exterminated iFour are dead and a fifth is so badly burned that death is almost oertain Mrs Malm the wife and mother had arisen to prepare breakfast and her hus band and children were still in bed and asleep She lighted a gasoline stove iwhen the reservoir which holds the sup ply of oil exploded throwing the burning fluid about the rooms Before the sleep ling members of the family could be taken tout or even warned they were surrounded by flames and burned almost to a crisp -When the explosion occurred Mrs Malm rushed frantically from the dwelling a...

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 — 28 May 1896

w V j rx L 1 1 vrr SENATE AND HOUSE WORK OF OUR NATIONAL LAW MAKERS A Weeks Proceedings In the Halls of Couffr ess Important Measured Dis cussed and Acted Upon An Impar tial Resume of the Business The National Solons The Cuban question was revived in the Senate Saturday when Mr Morgan of Alabama who reported the original reso lutions spoke in favor of further and more decisive action toward the recogni tion of the Cubans as belligerents The Senator declared it to be the duty of Con gress to adopt joint resolutions on bellig erency which unlike the previous con current resolutions would require the ap proval of the President and thus fixing the responsibility At the close of Mr Morgans speech the Senate adopted with out division the resolutions introduced by him directing the committee on foreign relations to inquire into and report on the treaty relations between the United States and Spain relating to the Ameri cans now under condemnation at Havana also requesting the President to ...

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 — 28 May 1896

sS ft i 1 ir - v yf x- t VWCiRSl V EOEEET G100D Editor and Publisher Of fecial tapes ctf CseiTj YZhlLUtilED HVJire iUTJliSDA hnteed act be lotroSk at Valentine Cherry CouKtt ibraska tstfiwaTid olass matter Teals paper will 5dg mailed regularly tofts subscribers vmiil a definite order to rseoninuc i received and -arrears are paid Ir full iJdvertismgnrites 50 cents pec inch per month Rtes pr column or for lor g time aus made known oa appli ed cion to thisodice THURSDAY MAY 28 1896 Following is he platform adopted by thcrJmocrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday April Vfnc Iicmnerats of Cherry oojuity m mass ronvnatTsi aM niliVoil do niftrT pur allegiance to tlrv rnnip1is ot Hi Democratic party as foniHiiatMl bv Ji iiron pwl exemplified by the illrstrits line of his successors in Democratic leMltftKhi from MiuIimhi lo Cioelauct V rjU dcuouinv rhe Kopublutan doctrine of prolcrtii a a Irunl st rbliny of the sreit nmjaiit of lh AiiiK n peepk for the benefit of tht w ...

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