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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 28 May 1896

V L TSS3SBttnlTITSttfa33EiC2HSCCI3nrS5 0 if M Q OIL YLENTnTE BRUSHEI jSTEBRASKA The White- House55 A T TVJBCITJS Proprietor Has been rebuilt and rooms tarnished -with NEW SUITS OF FUBNITURE Making it the most complete and comfortable HOTEL IN THE NORTHWEST SAMPLE ROOM AND LIVERY STABLE IN CONNECT Valentine Nebraska W B HALEY Valentine Nebraska sgjfs p 1 IN PURSES PROGRAM PIEST DAT JUKE 10 ace for Cherry County and Rosebud horses Purse Sio00 Half mile dash First horse 3000 second 81000 third 8500 Horses entered in this race not winning rnone7 allowed to start in Consolation race entrance free Half mile dash First horse S1500 second 1000 Quarter mile race for Cherry County and Rosebud horses Purse of 84000 First horse 2500 second 81000 third 500 SECOND DAY JUNE 11 Half mile dssh for Ponies under 144- hands owned in Cherry County and Rosebud First horse 2500 second 1500 third 500 Half mile and repeat free to all First horse 4500 second 1500 third 500 Quarter mile Pony race for Cherry 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 — 28 May 1896

i i yt -v MY PATRIOT BOY CATGIIT HIM BY THE TIIKOAT 1JWW twWlW t t v - fDld I tell you 0 friend of a proud sad day When my beautiful boy went marching away To a far away battle fleld When our countrys call was heard by me And all mothers whose sons were needed to fight 3Tor God and our country and the cause of right But my heart stood still and It seemed that a pall Wrapped me as the world is wrapped by the night And I thought as I wrought while the days went by And I prayed to my God whose throne Is on high Andwho careth for me to care for my boy -to bless our land and give us joy n the light of libertys sun then victory came but twas purchased dear The bells pealed oyt from far and near And I heard loud shouts ring in the air And the feet of men rush here and there I called aloud Is there news for me What news for me My tear dlmnied eyes can scarcely see And I heard for answer so like a knell It is well with your boy It Is well And then I knew my child no more Would come to me as ...

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 — 28 May 1896

U u a v Q000OOOO0OO0OOOOOOO0OO0O00OOOO0OOO0OOOO0O0OOCX0CXX3CX I STORY OF A BACKWOODS WOOING 8ooooooooooooooooooooocxoooooooooooooooooooooooooooco the long and slanting bill UP a mans figure went slow ly plodding onward after a sturdy black mare and turning up the ground between two tall rows of corn which at times hid him completely lrora lew The shoulders under the straw hat proclaimed him young and manly and the steadiness with whicn he went forward and his short stop at the top of the slope bespoke him a man of pur pose Then came galloping through the white dust of the road below a lanky boy on a roan horse in whose veins was the racing blood of generations Clear and flutelike came the call Mar ion oh Marion Marion handsome Manou came lei Lsurely up to the rails He did not ex pect any letters and was not excited However the boy knew his news was worth attention and burst out impet uously Yer wont be so cool when ye have heerd it either Beck Baileys man is dead He had the gratific...

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 — 28 May 1896

H W if ht lu Tt Ox IK r h r 1- m 4 r -a - a m m - 1 - - J - T Tr L f OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Vlovernor Silas A Holcomb Lieutenant Governor EoDert E Moore Secretary of State Joel A Piper Treasurer JSBartley Auditor -v v v- Eugene Moore Com Lands and Buildings Henry C Russell -Attorney General - Arthur S Churchill Stopt Public Instruction Henry R Corbett CJBrGere Lincoln L Burnliom Omaha Hegente University JM Halt Alma j E P Holmes Pierce T Mallaheu Kearney UlJHull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha Rspresentatlves First District Jesse li Sttodc Lincoln Second D R Mercer Omaha Third Geo D Meiklejohn Fullerton Fourth E J Hai DPr Aurora Fifth Wm K Andrews Hastings Sixth1 0 M Kem Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates -Fifteenth Judicial District M P Kinkaid c ONeill W H Westover Rushvilld LEGISLATIVE Representetlve Fifty second District Frank Eothleulner Kilgore Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew ...

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 — 4 June 1896

V AW- rstf fcte6 l J B i iMJ3 TJW JL WS Lr 13 fflC r J L if iS s ni Or tn VOL XI THIS AND THAT Com lit JRtcuts line 7 Baces June lOtu and 11th Republican County Independence Day July 4 Populist County Convention July S Teachers Institute July liO Valentine Will Celebrate At the meeting of citizens last Fri day night called forthe puspose of de ciding whether or not we should cele brate the 4th of July the question was unanimously and enthusiastically decided inthe affirmative J W Tucker was elected president 6f the meeting and Robert Good -secretary Alter discussing the situation the question Shall We Celebrate was put to a vote and carried with a rush not one dissenting voice being heard Committees were elected as follows On general arangements E Breuk lander W S Barker Robert Good O Morey G H Hornby FranK Bray ton and J G Stetter Finance A E Thacher TV E and Yi YlNicholson Speakers 0 L Ramsey F 21 Walcott and C H Cornell To confer with Col Andrews with the object of having the 12t...

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 — 4 June 1896

Mite dhntine democrat SUCCESSOlt TO IkHERIiY COUNTY INDEPENDENT 1T B GOOD - Editor a Pkop TE - NEBRASKA JN MOSCOW HAVE A iKffeTS of VictoriaT Colo LN Robert J Lyons leader ol the miners during the strike of 1891 convictecLof in citing the Strong Mine shaft houseriot at Yictoria Colo was welcomed back to that camp by 2500 people with a brass band on his return from the penitentiary a pardon having been granted him MajTor Doyle made a speech of welcome The miners to show their good will set fire to the celebrated Fort Dean on Bull Hill and it was entirely destroyed KATE FIELD IS -DEAD Noted Woman Journalist Dies of Pneumonia in Honolulu H H Kohisaat the proprietor of the Chicago Times Herald received a cable message dated at Yokohama and signed by Lorin A Thurston ex minister to the United States from the Sandwich Islands which said -Kate Field 4ied at Honolulu May 19 of pneumonia No further particulars than those con tained in the dispatch of Mr Thurston are known Worlds Fair Medals ...

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 — 4 June 1896

V y tei N OF A G BEAT STATE INEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF NEBRASKA Sensation Created at Burwell by the Discovery of a Portion of the Clothing of a Missing Farmer Believed to Have Been Murdered Clew to the Pate of a Parmer Quite a sensation was created in Bur well by the report that a grave had been found in the east part of the county but that the body had been removed On the 9th of July last a man G H Ray by name went to Burwell and drew about 109 of school money from the coun ty treasurer and left there stating to a friend that he was going back home and would go to Old and deposit the money and do some other business lie went home changed teams and started for Ord but that was the last ever seen of him bentiment was about equally divided at the time as to whether he was murdeied or had absconded with the money An eifort was made to locate him and it was supposed by some that he had been located in Missouri and the matter was practically dropped as far as the public was concerned But a ...

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 — 4 June 1896

T WAwam THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 JPer Year in Advance PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at the Post office at Valentine 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 rears are paid in full Advertising rates 50 cents per inch er month Kates per column or for -long time ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY JUNE 4 1896 Our Platform Following is the platform adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday April 18 1896 We the Democrats of Cherry counts in mass convention assembled do reaffirm our allegiance to the principles or the Democratic party as formulated by Jefferson and exemplified by the lllnstnous line 01 111s successors in juemocratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland We still denounce the Republ...

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 — 4 June 1896

fa Y V n V k u JSP K X r l tiki ilRllP MBWIMfBTiT W JMTKBBCCTPPHMTOIItlTTTff ItfW iM lint Is the place to go for DRUGS MEDICINES FAINTS OILS VAENISHES BRUSHES ETC Valentine Nebraska The White House A T TillITE Proprietor Hag toeen rebuilt and rooms furnished with NEW SUITS OF FURNITURE Making it the most complete and comfortable HOTEL IN THE NORTHWEST SAMPLE mm AND LIVERY STABLE IN DONNECTION Valentine Nebraska W E HALEY TRACTE Yalentine Nebraska AT VALENTINE NFRR 000 IN pitbbes PROGRAM FIRST DAY JUiSTE 10 Jtace for Cherry County and Rosebud horses Purse 500 Half mile dash First horse 83000 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 DAYJUNE 11 Half mile dash for Ponies under hands owned in Cherry County and Rosebud First horse 2500 second 1500 third 50...

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 — 4 June 1896

0OO0OO0OOO00000000O0OC DADDY JOHNS NEW CLOTHES OOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOO had been a royal fire in THERE Johns cabin and there was still a great bed of glowing coals when his daughter Liz called him to dinner Daddj warmed his thin blue hands at the fire and the sweet smell of the corn pone and the fra grance of the coffee yvcrc very pleas tut to him Ilis old wizened fate wrinkled into something meant for a smile The doctor womans barl lies come foe said I seen It on Jule Fraleys wagon replied Liz her dark weather beaten face lighting Coine an eat diuner dad she add td Im a comjn quavered the old man tottering forward and pulling along an Did splint chair Whaxs thet piece er saddle blan ket he croaked I bed it er ridin Pomp declared Bud You git it mighty quick said his mother Butt brought a tattered sheepskin -which the old man carefully folded in the chair and then sat down That part of Daddy Johns apparel which -came In contact with the sheep skin was so attenuated as to fabri...

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 — 4 June 1896

h V V L FIRST HORSES WERE SMALL Bomc Queer Things About Equine Evolution Every now and then a horse is bom with two or three toes Sometimes 11 is a mere freak but often as scientists assert it Is a reversion to an ancestral type The earliest horse known ap peared in the Eocene epoch and was hardly bigger than a fox It had four -toes each terminated by a small hoof There was presumably an older form that had live toes but no fossils to rep resent it have been discovered Later came a horse with three toes as big as a goat The horse of to day walks on the nail of its middle toe and still exhibits the last two vanished toes in the shape of little splinters of bone on either side of the leg beneath the flesh The not very remote ancestors of modern horses probably were striped like their surviving relatives the ze bras and quaggas Dun colored horses are apt to have stripes on their legs Now and then appears a stripe on the shoulder like that of the wild ass The stripes are supposed to hav...

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 — 4 June 1896

0 f J OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE Governor Silas AITolcomb Lieutenant Governor ItoDert EIoore Secretary of State Joel A Piper Treasurer JSBartlcy Auditor Eugene Moore Com Lands and Buildings Henry C Kussell Attorney General Arthur S Churchill Supt Public Instruction Henry It Corbett f C II Gere Lincoln LRurahom Omaha Regents University JI M Hait Alma K P Holmes Pierce TMallalieu Kearney IMJHull Edgar CONGRESSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Thurston Omaha RspreMJiitatives FirstDistrictJessellSttode Lincoln Second D 11 Mercer Omaha Third GeoD Jlciklejohn Fiillcrton Fourth E J ner Aurora Firth Wm ic Andrews Hastings Sixth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice Harrison and Polk associates Fifteenth Judicial District M P Ivinkaid ONeill W II Westover Rushville LEGISLATIVE Represcntetive Fifty second District Frank Rothleulncr Kilgorc Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew art Crawford LAND OFFICE Register C It Glover Longpine Receiver J A Fike Newpor...

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 — 11 June 1896

V a rw - r r i Ml I J raoa V r i i m hl v HI r 1 I k 9 a R A it r i N efe M B jC s tm vol xr ViTi J THIS AND THAT Coming Event Independence Day Julv 4 Populist fjountv Convention Julv h Teachers Institute July JO The races are on Wheat is doing quite well G E Itussell is up from Pullman M Swigert of Gordon is in town Cliff Larsh is down from Chadron G W Wheeler was in town yester day Melvin Ilanna of Wood Lake is in town Trains wit be running on time next week Henry Ballard came up from Pass yesterday The republican county convention is in session Boyd county papers are onee more lighting each othei Mrs E J Davenport has been on the sick list this week Mrs Frank Gillette returned to Aiusworth this morning W A Selden the tailor spent Fri day in Longpine on business Miss Maud Carpender of Johnstown is visiting Miss Cora Gillette Mrs W S Barker left for Tekamah yesterday morning to visit relatives Miss Edna Dwyer went to Crookstou Monday returning yesterday morning J B Musser and Tom D...

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 — 11 June 1896

he Wdhntim Bemocrat SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor Prop VALENTI3STE NEBRASKA ST LOUIS IS READY TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS AT THE CONVENTION Afore Newspaper Men than Politi cians on the Ground at Present Anxiety Over the Forthcoming Re port of the Venezuelan Commission f St Louis Is Ready Up to date tbere are fully five times ss many out of town newspaper correspond ents in St Louis who have come to the national convention as politicians A bakers dozen of political news dissem jinators arrived last week and Sundays Jtrains brought in as many more while all told less than half a dozen politicians of national repute have put in an appear lance AH the arrangements for handling the crowd have been completed The hotels boarding houses and cafes big little and indifferent have laid in their supplies of food and extra bedding The street rail- way companies have a working force o men night and day repairing the damage wrought by the tornado sufficiently to en able t...

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 — 11 June 1896

l M ft V y n ffvii ir - iftttaai ti 7 UN m L I it X MM ETOBNAD Storm Stricken Cities Now Face the Future JBEAVE AND HOPEFUL Thousands Are Busy Clearing Away Wreckage Story of Violence Terror Ruin Deso lation and Death Burying the Dead and Caring- for the Injured Hungry and Homeless Close Kstimateof the Property Damage Thousands Go to the Storms Work Pen Picture of the Horrors the People of St Louis Have Endured Bruised and torn and bleeding stagger ing fromibe force of tinrijlowr but still Teliant and confident in her own strength the city of St Louis is standing in the view of hundreds of thousands of visitors n beautiful picture even in her misery and pain Though 200 of her children were torn from her by the merciless wind and scores are lying in the hospitals on beds of agony she is rallying her superb re sources ready to begin again the march of tV i east st xouis crrr hail -progress Property worth millions was snatched from her bosom and from the fair surface of her vicinage hu...

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 — 11 June 1896

r s Vv THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT EOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska JO0 JPer Year in Advance PUBLIbHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Post ofllce at Valentine 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 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 office THURSDAY JUNE 11 1896 Onr Platform Following is the platform adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday April 18 1896 We the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled do reaflirai our allegiance to the principles ol the Democratic party as formulated by Jefferson and exemplified by the illHstrious line of his successors in Democratic leadershipfrom Madison to Cleveland We still denounce the Repub...

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 — 11 June 1896

War W4 M m b i i i t i f 4 1 II liA KHvl J r I TW -1 jr Harrison and Polk associates - - i Fifteenth Judicial District M ONeill V H Westover Rushvillc - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATK fiovernor Silas A Holoonib Lieutenant Governor Konert E Moore Secretary of State Joel A 1Jprr Treasurer S KaitJey Auditor Eugene Jloore Com Lauds nud JUiildings Honry C Kussell Attorney Genenil Arthur S Churchill JSupt Public Instruction Henry It Corbett i C II Gere Lincoln Regents University L urnhtm Omaha JI M Jlait 1 111 Holmes Twauaiieu J Hull Alma Tierce Kearney Edgar CONGliKSSIONAL Senators Win V Allen Madibon John M Tliui hton Omaha Itspreseutatives First District J esse 15 SI rod Lincoln Second D H Mercer Omaha Third Geo 1 Sreiklejohn Fiillerton Fourth E J Hai w Aurora Fifth Wm V Andrews Hastings tiixth O M Kein Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Norval Chief Justice P Kinkaid LEGISLATIVE Itepresentetive Fifty second District Frank Uothleurner KHgorr Senator Fourteenth District Henry G Stew art Cr...

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 — 11 June 1896

h Wzf - SENATE AND HOUSE WORK OF OUR NATIONAL LAW MAKERS A Weeks Proceedings in the Halls of Congress Important Measures Dis cussed and Acted Upon An Impar tial Resume of the Business The National Solons Mr Cullom of Illinois spoke at consid erable length in the Senate Monday against the pending bill to prohibit the issue of bonds The President returned to Congress three private pension bills with his veto in each case In the case of two of the bills granting pensions to Mrs Amanda Woodcock and Jonathan Scott both originating in the House he points out that owing to careless descrip tions in the bills the pensions could not be paid under their terms In the other a Senate bill granting a pension to Helen M Jacob the President forcibly sets out his objections to allowing pensions to soldiers widows who remarry The Pres ident says There is no duty or obligation due from the Government to a soldiers widow except it be worked out through the deccated soldier She is pensioned only because...

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 — 11 June 1896

A 4 i m Vxt i 0 K t zrnmsm WHS tjfllLv GIVEN AWAY In exchange for Coupons with im Pouch Chewinsr and Smoking fTho only ANTI NERVOUS ANTI DYSPEPTIC TW WSSSa5SST3BSSP iUx Governors of Vermont There are living at tlie present time eleven ex Governors of Vnrmnnt rni Venerable war Governor- of tlie State Frederick HnilirnnV lo otn ii -V o siijii living UL jsrattleboro He was elected to office thirty five years ago and is the oldest of those who have filled Vermonts ex ecutive chair George W Hendee of Morrlsville filled out the unexpired term of Peter T Washburne who died In 1S7i and John W Stewart of Mid dlebury was Governor from 3870 to 1872 In 287S Senator Redfield Proc tor President Harrisons Secretary of War was elected Governor His suc cessors all of whom are living were Roswell Farnham of Bradford John L Barstow of Shclburne Samuel E Pin gree of Hartford Ebenezer J Orms bee of Brandon W illiamP Dillingham of Walerbury Carrol S Page of Hyde Park and Lew K Fuller of Brcttler boro Low...

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 — 11 June 1896

h Vj WAKE WHEN Dont sleep all the time Ton cant afford to pay the old time prices with 50 to 100 pei cent profit Pay cash when you buy and get cash when you sell The smaller the profit the larger the sales Thats our 2lan It Pays It Pays AND IT PAYS US It Pays It Pays YOU TTJl you have been paying 1000 for what we ask only 700 then you have paid 300 too much np you have money to spend it is your privilege to go where it will buy the most nay more it is your duty you have seen our goods and prices we will be willing to leave this to your judgment Wc have just received a new assortment of CLOTHING HATS AND SHOES also Sliirts Overalls Suspenders Socles Gloves etc Good fancy suspenders - 15c Extra heavy - 25c Good fine socks per pair - 10c Rib top socks 4 pair for - 25c Good socks per pair 5c Good boyrs shirt - - 43c Good mens shirt - - 48c Good mens gloves - - 48c Pine assortment of pants at 148 Remember SELDEN THE TAILOR Is always ready to make a fit and dont forget the place OTTO BERG...

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