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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Valentine Democrat — 18 June 1896

K rf h j r t I ri i ur i - i t r A if r it i v is if V x Sat - v s i K IS - ti i V s i - -3 JV m VOL XI rV V jf ifl a m s THIS AND THAT Com in Events Childrens Da M E Church limp 20 School election June 2 Independence Day ul -1 Populist County Convention Jul v R Teacher Institute lulyliO liead our weather report bathing suits at T C Hornbys 21 G II Cornell spent Friday in Irwin T13 Irwin was in town on business Tuesdav Willis Bannard and father were in town Tuesday W P Morgareidge of Simeon spent Sunday in town Ralph Gordon made this oflice a pleasant call last Monday Prof C A Lovejoy was one of our most pleasant visitors Monday The small boy is rushing the Fourth of July and wasting firecrackers James M Woods of Rapid City was in town the first cf the week Miss Katie Noble will start for Kear ney Saturday to spend her vacation Chas Reece was in town Sunday He closed his school at Arabia Friday J C Northrop and wife returned Monday night 1 rom their visit to Iowa C II Cornell transa...

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 — 18 June 1896

to K -- n i w Havana Gets a Fright Havana was startled and alarmed at 9 oclock the night of the 13th by the uoiso of two successive exnlosions which shook ttjfe JMon - the tdhntine gemocrzi SUCCKSSOU TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - JSditok Pbop VALENTINE - NEERASKA HAVANA GETS ASCAEE INSURGENTS ATTEMPT TO DE STROY AQUEDUCTS Dynamite Explosion Cause Excited Thrones to Rush to the Streets Attempt to Cut On the Watr Sup ply Smallpox and Fever ground for miles around prevailed for a time as it was feaiei at this was a prelude to an attack Ex cited throngs rushed to the streets while an armed parly pioceeded m the direction from which the detonations had been heard It was soon found that the stone bridges of Christina and Concha and tlm acqueduct of Fernando Septiino weie the points that had suffeied from the dynam ite The bridges were partially destroyed and the pipes in the aqueduct upon which the city is dependent for its water supply were much damaged It cannot now be st...

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 — 18 June 1896

tV tf 7 u iX it IV 1 F k I A- fv fljMMiaiaiCS a - - f 7 f t v V fc i c Ji V T H R ASH W K NT tfl T tV THE FINANCIAL LEGISLATION OF CONGRESS REVIEWED 3Ir Cannon Says the Appropriations Were Small and Economical While Mr Sayres Says They Were Enor mous and Proflijrate As Viewed by Both Sides Chairman Cannon of the House Appro priations Committee and ex Chairman SSuyres Thursday made public a joint -statement concerning the expenditures au thorized by this Congress discussing them from the Republican and Democratic standpoints respectively The total appropriations for the session including permanent annual appropria tions is 515759S2049 Mr Cannons statement begins The appropriations charged to this isession include 119034100 under the permanent laws of which amount 50- 000000 is for sinking fund and 30500- 000 for interest on public debts or 3- 35501440 more than was included at the tlast session of Congress in the statements -of appropriations and is on account of the increase of 1023...

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 — 18 June 1896

h R I l h j in i Vi i ri h - 4Jh3SEU3 ijBjjevx x i i1 j TflftfymfltfafB THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT succKssouao CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Mlicial Paper of Cherry Coun ty Nebraska 100 Pei Year in Advance PUBLiaHED EVERY THURSDAY Entered at t he Post office at Valentiue Cherry county Nebraska us 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 Kates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office THURSDAY JUNE 18 1896 Oiir 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 irinciules of the Democratic party as formulated by Jefferson and exemplified by the Illustrious line of his successors in Democratic l...

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 — 18 June 1896

f IS m ll If Ll i r M V V m l Jl S to i -4 V ff- If f V t Sv t V R A v A CWWVlVi StUjJA - nrr Omwfonl - w yJK wawiltUl g r ll Cere Lincoln j L Itiirnhom Omaha I M Ilait Alma j 15 I Holmes PiPtve l T Kearney ITIJ1IUII Kilgiir coxikssioxai Senators Win A Allen Madison John M Tliiiistciii Omaha Kspresentitivev First Disti ictJesse P Strode Lincoln Second D JI Mercer Omaha Third tol31eiltlejolin FullPrton Fourtli K J kimr Aurora Fifth Win K Andrews Hastings Sixlli O M Keni JiroKen liow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Nerval Cliief Justice Harrison and Polk associates fifteenth ludlcial District M P tKinlcaid ONeill SVII Westover Hushville LEGISLATIVE Ueprespntctive Fifty speowl District Prank Iollilcutner Kiliroro a - i - Henry G Stew- LAXH OFFICE IUUifiter O J Glover Lonpine Koceiver J A Iike Newport COUNTY Treasurer G P Crabb Jierk Geo Elliott Sheriff Amos Strong Judge County Attorney County Ruperiutendent Surveyor Joroncr CommisMtvners VTOUNG MENS SOCIAL F JT Walcott Ed Clarke Lillian Sto...

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 — 18 June 1896

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOODOCC Ct he was putting the last touches to his toilet The Doctor had withdrawn that his frieid might have time to settle his worldly affairs When he had done brushing his mus tache and smoothing his linger nails Raymond chose one of his driest cigars and lit it while casting a sorrowful look at the others those which he was not to smoke Then he threw himself on his civan and began to reflect However brave he might be however fearleis of death Comte de Yillemere soon came to the conclusion that his case was a peculiarly aggravating one Thp day before so soon as he was taken with fever he had made up his mind to prepare for the worst he had sent for his lawyer and for a priest and destroy ec all his letters Then he had laid down his giddy head and fallen asleep with the conviction that he would no awake again before dooms day But now he was like a condemned man who after having made sure of a reprieve Touna himself suddenly on the way jat th i scaffold Outside...

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 — 18 June 1896

K i r f j r I 1 t K i VA n w ME Hi x I V nugUttUtM M m 9 9 any hot P Half A ILLS V 5 DOLLARS To be Given Away in Articles of Real Value to the Users of Mail Pouch Chewing and Smoking The Only ANTI NERVOUS and ANTI DYSPEPTJC TOBACCO SAVE YOUR COUPONS or EMPTY BACS UNTIL COUPONS appear AND CET IN EXCHANCE FREE THE FOLLOW ING VALUABLE and USEFUL ARTICLES VALUABLE PICTURES a Handsome Water Color Fac similes Land- m fccapeund Marine tize 14x2S V2 subjects Fine Pastel Fac similes Landscape and Figures 6ize20s24 nicbea 12 tubjects 0 i Beautiful Venetian Scenes Works of Art Hze 2Ux30 inches 4 subjects Magnificent Water Color Gravures after 0 mouE artists size 22x2S inches -1 subjects a NO ADVERTISING ON ANY OF THE ABOVE SvchEzccllcntWorks of Art have never before been offered Except Through Dealers atvery high prices They arc suitable decorations for homepnd to be apjrreaated must be seen CHOICE BOOKS Cloth Bound Standard Works over 150 se lected titles by Eminent Authors Popular Novels 300...

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 — 18 June 1896

PSkBlflWI M THHCTHI llHWlMm WAKE UP Dont sleep all the time You cant afford to pay the old time prices with 50 to 100 jer cent profit Pay cash when you buy mid get cash whea you sell The smaller the profit the larger the sales Thats our plan AND IT PAYS It Pays I JO If Pays UO It Pays It Pays YOU f0 you have beeu paying 1000 for X7 what we ask only 700 then you have paid 300 too much TT1 ou nave monev sPend it is your privilege to go where it will buy the most nay more it is your dtity WHEN you have seen our goods and prices we will be willing to leave this to your judgment We have just received a new assortment of CLOTHE HATS AND SHOES also Shirts Overalls Suspenders Sochu Gloves etc Good fancy suspenders - 15c Extra heavy - 25c Good fine socks per pair - 10c Ilib top socks 4 pair for - 25c Good socks per pair 5c Good boys shirt - - 43c Good mens shirt - - 48c Good mens gloves - - 48c Iine assortment of pants at- L48 Remember- SELDEN THE TAILOR Is always ready to make a lit and don...

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 — 25 June 1896

A l M JU i R 5 M r V f ciSWfiM Ti iVi K A 2f - w JL 51 A 7 r i f f Flf IIFTF Ijm jj J H J a VOL XI THIS AND THAT Vomliiy Events Stock Association Cody June lit School ejection lime Independence Day Inly 4 Populist Countv Convention July S Teachers Institute lulyiu County Commissioners Jury 21 The fourth of July fireworks fire ihere -A E Dennett was up from Simeon iIondaj Fourth of July suplies cheap it T G Hornbys 22 L H Jewett was up from Broken Bow Monday Geo II Hornby is haviug his resi dence repainted J H Davison was up from Ains worth yesterday Miss Bessie Zarr came down from Tiosebud last Monday M W Lichty Y E agent at Cody spent Sunday in town Horace Boies will be 69 years old on the 7th of next December Xat King was down from the brick yard the fore part cf the week G W Adams of Crawford register ed at the White House Sunday Miss Wren Donbher came up from Omaha last Sunday on business The Sheridan county teachers insti tute is now in session at Rushville F M Ilackler started...

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 — 25 June 1896

the ihnfine Lmmmt SUCCESSOR TO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editoii PitoP VALENTINE NEBRASKA LOOK FOR TROUBLE SPAIN PREPARING FOR WITH AMERICA WAR Make a Big Loan from the Roths childs Buy Two New Warships and Negotiate for More Censures the United States Looking for Trouble A dispatch to the London Daily Mail Xrom Madrid says The platform adopted in St Louis causes great uneasiness in Spain and it is feared that a conflict with the United States has now almost a fixed date The Government has hastened to buy two 14000 ton ironclads at Genoa whose price a few days ago was thought to be excessive A great part of the loan of 100000000 placestas made by -the Roths childs on the Almaden quicksilver mines will probably be immediately applied to such warships as are now for sale The Governmeut lesponding to the undoubted national sentiment and trusting probably to the help of other powers seems le solved to resist American positions The Liberals have introduced in the Senate 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 — 25 June 1896

K w 4 V y a BUSINESS IS BEGI Republican National Convention in St Louis PAETY HOSTS THERE Perfect Sea of Faces Confronts the Speaker C W Fairbanks of Indiana the Tem porary Chairman Permanent Or ganization Quickly Made with Sen ator Thurston of Nebraska as Pre sidins Officer The Great Auditorium Pilled to the Poof Early Sessions Arc Short Convention Scenes and Incidents On Tuesday at noon the biggest nation al convention that has been held by the Republican party since its organization in 1S5G when Fremont was nominated was called to order in the flag festooned hall which the people of St Louis erected for its accommodation It was a great pro cession that toiled up to the convention Jiall under the noonday sun Nine hun f and nine delegates a like number of alternates and thousands of spectators wore admitted to the auditorium Tickets were in high demand and all St Louis that is all St Louis which had a pull on the big sergeant-at-arms strained a point to be present The following tab...

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 — 25 June 1896

tmbuamattm iwmMtwttmm THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT surrrsstKTO CHERRY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT GOOD Editor and Publishor Official Paper of Cherry Comi ty Nebraska lMO ler Year in Advance PUBLIHHEI EVERY THURSDAY Entered at 1 lie Posr oniee at Valentiuc Cherry cnuuty Nebraska as Second class matter This piper 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 lates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this office TIIUKSDAY JUNE 25 1896 Okt Platform Following is the platform adopted hy the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday -April 18 1S90 Wo the Democrats of Cherry county in mass -convention assembled lo reafllrai our allegiance to the principles or the Democratic party as lonnulaied by Jefferson and exemplified by the illnstrious line ol his successors in Democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland We still de...

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 — 25 June 1896

S V -4 W U r ifci - P OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Pents University ST MM Governor liontiimt Governor Secretary of Slate Ticasurcr j UtJ llUl m Com Lnmlsmid Iluilflfiig i AUomev General Sunt 1itiiliu Instruction IF J 1K IT IM A Holcnnil Uoinrt E Moore Jol A Piper I S Hartley Kiijiene Moore UenrvCKossilI Arthur SClmroblU Henry 11 Coruett H Gere Lincoln ltiniliom Qiuxlii M llait Alma 1 Pierce Mullalum Kewney J Hull Juigar rONGIMiSSIONAL Senators Wm V Allen Madison John M Tlitnstoi Omaha fiprMitu1ivs First DistuctJcsseStroile Lincoln Second I H Mercer Omaha Third Geo DMelklcjolin Fullertflii Fourth K J Hai ihm Aurora Fitth Win I Andrews Hastings frth O M Kern Broken Bow JUDICIAL Supreme Court T L Jsorval Chief Justice flnrrison and Polk associates Kifleentli Judicial District M P Kinkaid SV 11 West over KushvUlc LEGISLATIVE Ifcopreseni etlvc Fifty second District Frank KoMiIcutnot Kilgoro Kenator JVxUteenlhDistrict Homy G Stew itGriwforti LAND OFFICE Ifegister C 1 Glover Longpiuc Keeeiver J A Fi...

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 — 25 June 1896

BOLT OF SILVER MEN IVALK OUT WHEN GOLD IS ADOPTED PLANK Republicans Adopt a Plutform Advo cating the Single Gold Standard Free Coinage Delegates Sever Their Connection with Former Associates Leave the Hall The third days session of the Republi can national convention was called to order by Chairman Thurston at 1030 oclock Thursday forenoon Five thou sand people stood outside the convention hall clamoring for admission and quarrel ing with doorkeepers Inside the hall there was a restless activity among the delegates and visitors and an eager desire to see the wheels move Chairman Thurston without any pre liminaries plunged into business by an nouncing that the first thing on the pro gram was the report of the committee on resolutions Senator elect Joseph B For aker of Ohio crowded to the front clinib ed the steps and presented the platform while the audience and delegates follow ed the reading with intense interest The preamble refers to four years of Democratic rule compared to thir...

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 — 25 June 1896

fe J Admonished to Honesty One day Thomas Carlyle went into a tobacconists shop in Loudon and asked for a certain brand of tobacco The r B tit i v l w Vi t Kiopman not having the kind asked for and not knowing who he was dealing with produced another sort which he thought might pass for that desired Carlyle took the tobacco in his hand and examined it then looking at the shopman he said Deal in the veraci ties sir deal in the veracities and stalked out of the shop J Making of Papier Mache Tapier mache is a name given by the French to an artificial substance ap plied to many useful and elegant pur poses It is made of the waste cuttings of paper boiled in water and beaten to a pulp in a mortar It is afterward mixed with size to give tenacity to the paste and when brought to the proper consistency it is pressed in molds of an infinite variety of forms Bur 1 worth Dobbtis Floatnc Borax Soap of r iur procer f end wrappers to Dobbins oap MfK Co Phil adelphia Ja They will bend jou free of ...

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 — 25 June 1896

sas3aifeBaeacsgxaurttj WAKE UP Dont sleep all the time You cant afford to pay the old time prices with 50 to 100 per cent profit Pay cash when you buy and get cash when you sell The smaller the profit the larger the sales Thaf s our plan AND It Pays rt It Pays KJ O T PAYS It Pays t It rays Y VW TTT1 you have been paying 1000 for AJ what we ask only 700 then you have paid 000 too much 1T you have money to spend it is XX your privilege to eo where it will buy the most nay more it is your dutyi TTTTTTJJWr you have seen our VV XLlDb goods and prices we will be willing to leave this to your judgment We have just received anew assortment of CLOTHING HATS AND SHOES also SJiirts Overalls Suspenders Socles Gloves etc Sood fancy suspenders - 15c Extra heavy - 25c Good fine socks per pair - 10c Itib top socks 4 pair for - 25c Good socks per pair 5c Good boys shirt - - 43c Good mens shirt - - 48c Good mens gloves - - 48c Kne assortment of pants at 14S Eemember SELDEN THE TAILOR Is always ready ...

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 — 2 July 1896

ft sT lv - l1 kw v t1 -v L r 4 V i m 3fc w 3L It -- JK SB A rin it 171 JS L JL -1 A VOL XI THIS AND THAT Vonthty J Jrenfs -Mascot Cornell Hnll Inly Oolah Cornell Hull July IiKlependeiice -July 4 sishool meat uly 7 Populist County Convention Julv S Teachers Institute hily U yCountj Coiimussiotiers July i r Dont Hall - forget -Mascot at Cornell Xow is thetime to build new side walks v N Little Paul White was guile ill ves ierday 7 15 Lord was up from Simeon Tuesday C E Colby was over from Rosebud yesterday A G Shaw is expected home in a day or two 0 us Carlsons -little baby ras quite ill yesterday J C Dihlnian was in town a short time yesterday Fred Brayton of Wood Lake was in town Monday Everybody keeps Fourth of July sup plies this year Lottie Hubbard is having trouble with her eyes again O W llahn is clerking in Daven port Thachers store during E J Davenports absence Mrs Ella Johnson was up from Bas sett one day last week J G Stetter and wife have been vis iting at Chadron this wee...

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 — 2 July 1896

1 he f -it dhntim jemacrat SUCCESSOIi TO CHERItY COUNTY INDEPENDENT ROBERT B GOOD - Editor a Pnor valentine NEBRASKA ENTOMBED IN A ffiEHB - GREAT CAVE IN BARRE AT PA WILKES The Victims Arc Buried Under an Enormous Pile of Debris and It Will Probably Be a Week Before Their Bodies Can Be Recovered Buried in a Mine While ninety miners were at work in the Bed Ash vein of the twin shaft at PitLston Pa about 3 oclock on the morning o the2Sth the roof caved in and it is believed that all of the men perished About two weeks ago the surveyors re ported to General Superintendent Law that the mine was squeezing and thai unless -steps were immediately taken to timber it a cave in orafallmightbe looked for Superintendent Law lost no time but at once put a number of timbermen at work to brace the falling roof The men were at work propping up the roof vhen the fall occurred The alarm was immediately given by the ringing o lire bells and rescuers were put to work without delay More than two thirds ...

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 — 2 July 1896

V r I3 h xj iff -Mr J CANDIDATES GALORE HOT TIMES PROMISED AT THE CHICAGO CONVENTION Chances of Eastern Men for the Presi dential Nomination Not Considered Good Boies of Iowa a Slight Favorite Over the Others A Wide Open Kacc From present indications there Tvill be nnore excitement to the square into the Democratic convention at Chicago than ever before in the history of the party It will be a mighty clash between the silver soldiers of the West -and South against the golden warriors of the East This will be one feature of the -combat Astute leaders on the other side of the fence acknowledge that the fight will be short and bitter and that the sil ver legion will rule the roost Statisti cians have figured that the silver dele gnles will outnumber the others two to -one The feature of the combat which will -attract the gaze of the nation and which will bring out every ounce of fighting stuff in each and oveev will bo the free for all struggle for the nomination No presidential conven...

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 — 2 July 1896

fcF M5eV AiJt IMg 1 1 1 1 I I I li lilt II lllll HH II li lllMTHIIIIil IIMIII HHMIMi IIIIIIM THE VALENTINE DEMOCRAT m r ioi 10 v CHCRHY G0UN1Y INDEPENDENT ftOBERT GOOD Editor and Publisher Official f Viper of ty Rcbraskn 1MO Jer Year ht Atlrhiee TUHLIHHEI EVEIl Y THUI5SDXY Entered at i foe rost offlce it Valentine Cherry couuty Nebraska as Beeohd rlass matter This paper will be mailed regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue is received and all ar rears an pid in ful Advertising rate3 50 cents per inch per month Rates per column or for long time ads made known on appli cation to this oflice TIIUKSDAY JULY 2 18 Onv Siatforsn Following is the platform adopted by the Democrats of Cherry county in mass convention assembled Saturday April Jg J SOU 1 We Hie of npnv county in mass convention f oitIedlo rttillirai mir alletiiniitv to Hit iiriiiMjilfs of the Deniocivitle parly as lornitilated I leHei son and eeiiiililied hy ihe llrstiioiii linivf his successors in D...

Publication Title: Valentine Democrat, The
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