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The Valentine Democrat. (Valentine, Cherry Co., Neb.) 1896-1898, April 09, 1896, Image 1

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SHERRY G02HY INDEPEK3KI
HOBEBT GOOR Editor as Publisher
jWLrkk CiEivesititetfi
She lenfcratic votnrs ot Cherry jWiowth
county will sneet in mass convention
on Saturday April 18iS at 2 oclock
m for he purposed electing dele
gates to stule convention nnd to tran
sact such other business as may prop-
arlycorae before it
M Chuistkxse
Chmn To Cent Com
SALUTATORY
With this the first issuy of t55s pa
per under its new name of The J
kntixHPiocuat we make our--bow
to the reading public of Yalenme and
Northwestern Nfbraska andasblheir
indulgence while we follow tle time
honored journalistic custom ad air
our hopes and aspirations intents and
purposes and outline the fvilisy -the
paper will pursue under our ananage
meHt
ittelieving that in the success of tlw
democrat party lies the only -hope of
permanent prosperity for theieople of
these United states laborer -farmer
merchant and manufacturer alike-we-shall
to the best of our- ability uphold
and do battle for the principles of that
party but in so doing we shall en
deavor to treat everyone fairly regard
less of political alliliatious vith char
ity to all and malice toward none
23eing a democrat we could not dooth
erwise without proving traitorous to
our party and principles which accord
to everyone the fullest social religious j
and political liberty and recognize no
man as being better than his brother
unless by the exercise of bus ability he
has proven himself superior
The Valentine Democrat -will
uphold the cause of every man who is
unfairly dealt with regardless of yho
the oppressor is or what position he
holds In the light of presentvday
freedom a tyrant is despicable and de
serves the severest condemnation of
press and public -To err is human
and if at times we make mistakes we
will cheerfully rectify them We ac
cord to everyone the right taa free ex
pression of his views and demand
the same right for ourselves and
while our opinions may not always be
in exact harmony with yours we beg
that you give us credit for honesty of
conviction and if you criticize let your
criticism stop short of condemnation i
The democrat party of Nebraska is
in au unorganized chaotic state much
to theregiet of all who have the inter
est of the party at heart and it will be
tur aim to assist in unifying the an
tagonistic elements in this the Sixth
congressional district The party is
practically without au organ in this
section of the slate and to this fact is
ascribable the small vote usually cast
for our candidates for olHee With
the assistance of democrats all along
the line we shall makeTnljEMouiiAT
i paper wluph can De read with inter
est aud profit all over the northwest 1
to attain thakend we ask the aid ot the
-chairmen of the various county central
committees
The democrat party is not dead as
-our republican frtends would have the
unsophisticated believe neither is it
sleeping the grandest political organ
ization ever known cannot die aud its
Iocs are too active to permit it to
sleep The tide of popular favor has
apparently been ebbing from ustbut
the reaction has commenced and when
the ides of November have come
aud gone the democrat party will once
more stand alone- supreme victorious
y without a peer without a rival
ROBEUT GOOD
VALE
Whitney for president
ATiat2 What does the Ohio re
pwbhcHu platform mean
- 1 ii
LnSt aturday the houss of repre
sentatives passed a bill -granting ex
Coverfcor Thayer a pnsioa of 100 a
tjjy
ltports from Kansas -say that
ernor Morrill republican is to bs
turit d down an the coming state coi
vertSion
lie is to becongratulated
Comparing the -condition of tfee
IXvoiTien of Frans England aad
America Max OMgII says the English
woman gives up her freedom when sfte
marries the Freaeh woman gains it
and the American woman has it iid
retains it
Treachery daric ami deep has ben
unearthed in tho ranks of Iowa repub
licans iney ratnseu to elect a n egro
-delegate to the xiational convention at
rft Louis and now all the colored man
have veered Allison and are
i shouting for Marse Mclvinley
Holler- and ball bearings are being
introduced in farm machinerytuchas
harvesters and mowers It is said
that a mower equipped with these
bearings can z drawn by a man while
the machine is- cutting a full swath
At the present rate of progress among
inventors it will be but a few -years
until the two horse machines will -be
exceptions rather than the rule
Another piece of juggler- has bean
attempted by this republican congress
Inserted into an appropriation bill in
such a manner as to almost escape ob
servation was a clause which would
have compelled the New Mexico terri
torial council to meet in May instead
of December as is the law at present
The deal was engineered by Steve El
kins and was a very smooth piece of
politics the intention being to defer
the sitting of the territorial council
until May so that in the event of the
inauguration of a republican president
next March the council would soon be
in session ready to confirm the ap
pointment of a republican governor
We wish to thank Bro Barker for
the words of good will and fellowship
given us in the last issue of his paper
and we assure him they are appreci
ated and accepfeed in the same kindly
spirit which prompted them AVe do
not believe in newspaper wars and
personal abuse is not to our taste it
does not add to the dignity of the pa
ner or writer nor assist in the advance-
vt nn TlVlf 1
nmasMioai
TTlgSiBKiljItlilCA SS
lipid Their TWieuti
rePblican u Kewauee
his
ment and education of a papers read- giving
ers nor promote the public weal and
aside from giving the news these are
the prime object3 ot a newspaper
Bro Barker says he hopes neither of
us will be compelled to carry a shotgun
or Mx shooter for protection and we
suggest that bowie knives and side
sticks be added to the list
Finance is the leading- question of
th3 day5 and both the republican and
democratic paries are considerably split
up over free silver bimetallism or
single gold standard The democrat
party is divided on the question un
fortunately and much of the energy
which should be used the com
mon enemy is directed- against each
otner Whatever our individual views
may be we should be abowe all demo
crats The question of finance is not
a state question and should not enter
into state politics The democratic
national convention of 1392 gave us a
platform lipon which to stand and un
til another is given us we should use at
as our basis We have too much faith
in the democrat party to think it will
adopt a straddle or evasive finance
plank at the coming convention in
Chicago We are in favor of souitfl
money and beiieve in the free coinage
of silver if an international agreement
can he effected We believe in the
use of both gold and silver as money
without unjust discrimination against
either A single standard is odious to
to the majority of the people The
platform of the democrat party will be
built with the sentiment of the people
for a foundation L et us not throw
clods at each other but work together
in harmony regardless of minor differ- j
ences of opinion aud be Democrats first
and financiers afterward
testimony first after which Judge
Waloott covered himself all over with
glory by making one of the best re
publican speeches it has been our for
tune -to hear for -some time C H
Cornell followed with a brief testimony
given in his usual -vigorous style and
Judge Tucker wound up the meeting
with a fine tribute to democracy and a
plea for republicanism and then the
conVSntioiii adjourned
All indurtriousvyfliing man of light
complection advertises in the Ains
worth Home llule for a young lady
correspendent We would advise the
young man to go to stihool and learn
to spell before entering upon a corre
spondence with a -view to matri
money
If our populistfriendsihave any an
nouncements ofcancu8esGonventions
etc they aro invited to hand them in
for publication We bear them no
ill will and will gladly polish their
notices as news litems if for no other
reason
The Ohio house of representatives
recently passed a bill prohibiting the
wearing of high hats in theatres and
other public places of amusement It
is thus that men continue to eirtail
tiie liberties of women
Secretary of the treasury JoimG
Carlisle positively refuses to allow his
name to be presented to the Chicago
convention in connection with tiie
nomination for president
The Womans Christian Temperance
Union will Jxld its next convention at
St Louis
Dawes
Dawson
Deuel
Dixon
Dodge
Douglas
Dirulv
Fillnlore
Franklin
front ier
Furnas
faje
Jartield
losper
Grant
ireelev
Hall
Ihrjiilcoii
Harlau
Hays
HitcLcock
Holt
Hooker
Howard
r
DEM
Enllihed for Vonv Years a
CHERRY COUNTyInDEPENDENT
riaue
4 Polk
a Tied Willow
8 Richardson
14 Hock
101 Saline
2 Sarpy
5 Saunders
5 Scotts Bluff
Seward
5 Sheridan
2 Sherman
2 Sioux
2 Stanton
2 Thayer
BBMQgHftMifrfJi
3 April if at the hour of 4 oclock p in for
aictitailpy
The repsRrtiean county convention
TTvas called frydrder at -sue oclock tft
urday afternoon by 4 C Pettijhn
aid J W Tivcker ws elected chair
man Sifter the msual ptemnary
skirmishing Free If ills C 15 Watson
C H Cornell C S2 ttowring -3 C
Petti john Amos Strong Ohas Green
and IX S Ludwigwere placed m noni
inatitm for delegies to the- State con-
I ventien at Omaha April loth before
commencing -to ballot each candidate
was ailed byname and gave his pres
idential preference together with as
ruuh of his wn political history as
he could reraernber C H Cornell
took advantage of the opportunity
offered when his name ves dalled to
state his views on the Manderson Mc
Kinley embroglio in a very decided
menrier and made an excellent speech
in favor of Mr Manderson calling
the attention of the convention to the
-manner in which the latter had helped
Yalentine nd Cherry county when L
S senator but nevertfotess Mr Cor
nell said he was in favor of McKintey
as long as there was a show for his
nomination Judge Trtclcer said that
he did no recognize the action of the
few nieniu Omaha who effected the
so called compromise and declared
himself for Bill Mclvinley first last
and all - the time C C Jiowring of
Merrimtiu said he had received no
instructions from the friends who
elected him delegate but they had
told him that if he did not stick to
McKinley they would beat his head off
on his return home From this time
on ifcwas a wild scramble to see who
could say most for Manderson and yet
declare himself for Mclvinley After
all had had their say the ballot was
taken and Messrs Mills Watson Cor
nell VPettijohu Bowring and Strong
were declared elected delegates
to the state convention At this point
E J Davenport raised a little storm
by asking that the -count be verified
pome of the delegates thinking that
the request was aariutimation that the
bUot box had beenstuffed Judge
Walcott becoming especially fiery
A resolution endorsing Manderson
was passed after which E J Daven
port W T Kinkaad D S Ludwig A
H Jarguson Ed ClarKe and L L
I3ivens were elected delegates to the
Bioken Bow convention with instruc
tions to use all honorable means to se
cure the election of Tug Wilson as
delegate to the national convention
A love feast vwashen indulged in
George Tracewell the third and last
J
Convention
flii state convention tin dem03rti part
the purpose ol selecting 10 deleKiitessfc l -
tVrnutes to attend tlie democratic nutfonal con
vfiitfon to be held in fiiicaKO on the 7th day oi
HlylP9C The apportionment of delegates
from cjieli county based on the vote for the Hon
TJ Mnlioney candidate for judne of the
preme court at ihe last general etion auliJn
cliuiing delegates at large from each couuty is
as follows
Adams
Antelope
ituniier
rhiine
Ioone
rto Butte
Bovd
Brown
Buifalo
Burt
lUitler
ass
edur
rhase -
Cliitfttf
ChVveime
Clay
ColJax
Ciriimi
S
4
Johnson
Kerrney
Keith
Keya Taha
4 KiinhVn
5 Knov
4 Jane Mer
4 Lincoln
Taster i 1helps
uaKoiu Jlerce
IS
5 Loean
5 IiOUl
11 Madison s
11 RlePherson j
8 Merrick r
2 Nance
5 NVmriha r
4 uekolrs r
r Woe j
7 1awnee 4
14 Jerkinv 2
in
13
i
13
Thomas 2
8 Thurston y
4 Valley z
4 Washington to
4 Wayne
t Wehster G
is Wheeler 2
2 York 5
Jefferson 7 Totals 023
The democratic state central committed
Jam ks 15 Shkkav Ktrci n Maktix
Secretary Chairman
fMUEV QlIAUTETCMASTKirs OFKNK
V Omaha eb 20 S9i Sealed
proposals hi trrpiioale XvP be received heie
uiitil2 oclock p in ecntnil slaiulaid time
Apjril 20 iSiiii and then oneiifd for lunushiu
transportation drayajre mM or handiin stores
in Department of the Platte during fiscal vear
commencing hiiy iioi i s reserves- right
toTejeef or accept any or oranv
part thereof Information furnished on sippli
cion Envelopes containing proposals to be
niarkejtvPropcnmls fUP transportation on Itoute
No and addressed toJi D WHEELKK
MajorvJ 3i
Uirstpublication March 20
FINAL PRODF NOTICES
Parties havingiinalproof notices In
these oolurans will receive a marked
copy of the paper which contsiins
first insertion of same It is the dutv
of each claimant to examine their
vvtice carefully and suovrld there vbe
any error the fact should be reported
to the land ofilce and to this office at
once for correction
U S Lain Office Valentine Nebr I
March TJthlS9i f
Notice is hereby ghen hat ithe following
named settler has Filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proofcill be made before Register aiid
Receiver at Valentine Nebraska on May ith
lsfttj viz
Robert L Quisenbery of Oasis Xebr
H E No ss for the c seM nwsei sec l
tp 251- 11 2S aiifllot 7 sec 0 tp 20 It 28
He iminvs the following witnesses to wove
his coutinuousmddcnce upoKraud cultivation
of said laud viz
Miuisvn Hutler William L Oohee Charles U
Howard antliMicAjah Harris all of Oasis Ncbr
Also
JMunson lUitler of Oasis Xebr
H E No ssfMor lots 2 4 and r secO tp
K 2S and lra sec I tp 2D It 2 V
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land viz
Robert L Quisenbery WilHam L Cohee
Charles K ilowai dand Micajak Harris all of
Oa is Nebr C II JLOVEK JJegister
U S LaviOfkice Valentine Nel I
April 4 1Ni
Notice isherebv given that CJeorce Dew of
Wood Luke Nebraska has filed notice of hw
on Monday the 18th day of May l05 on timber
culture application No 71 for the CstjJ
swhe1 and seneU of section No 2 in tSwn
sliip o 2J range No 2
lie names as witnesses lily D Valentine
Henry L Fischer 1ojui Dale and Cyrus Haijen
ail of Wood Lake Xrhraski
Apr ii lie cf JJ ULOVER Iteyister
U S Land OIUoc Broken 15ov Neb i
Jtfarch flth 18W
Complaintihaving been -entered at this ofilce
by Hiram it Kdar iigainst Cliarler liice for
abandonincc Iw Homestead Kntrv No v05 dated
Oct to 1SS9 upon the ene1 Sec 5 Tn uan Jiiinue
27 w and ss sel4 w 32 Tp 27 n R 27 v
in Cherry county Neb ith a view to the can
cellation of said entry tiiesaid parties arehere
bv summoned to uppearmt the olllce of lohn
Fritz a notary publij al Hrow nice Neb on the
2nd day of May 180i 10 oclock a in to
respond and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged abandonment Kinal hearing iic this
office on tlie Dili dav or May 1800 at o a in
CHAltLES 1C AfAMS Reuiflter
Danger Signal
More than half the victims of consump
rjion do not know they bovcrt Here is a list
tof symptoms by which consumption can
certainh be detected
Cough one or two sligirt -efforts or
rising- occurring- during the day and fre
quently during- the night
t Short breathing after exertoa
Tightness of the chest
Quick pulse especially noticeafcfe in th
evening and after a full meal
B Chilliness in thsevening followed bv
Slight fever
Perspiration toward morning and
Tale face and languid in the morning
Loss fif vitality
If youhave these symptoms or any of
them do not delay There are many
preparations which claim to be cures but
Dr Kckereaglisb Hewefly for Consumption
has the Highest endorsements and na
stood the lest of years It will arrest con
sumption m its earlier stages and drive
away the symptoms named It is
factured by the Acker Medicine Co 16
and 18 Chambers -St New York and sold
j fby all reputbledruggists
VALENTINE CHERRY CO NEBRASKA THURSDAY APRIL 9 1896
WtwtJSM
TILL
R T ZENS
NO 11
WITH THE
Newest Finest and Most Com
plete line of
GROCERIES CONFECTIONERY
AND FRUIT-
In this City
Mso Provisions and Veget
in season
W A PETTYCREW Prop
Let lis give
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temwea r
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Mc DONALD
HE ahq r AKT E US F 11
WILL PITRrTISH
THE PALAC
Yalentike
Buy far
casli aEfi
keep omsg
the hole
Dry Goods Clothing
Motions Boots Shoes
Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods
AXD A COMPLETE L1XE OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Also a large invoice of
NAVAJO INDIAN BLANKET
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CARRIES A COMPLETE LlXE OF
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
JACESOM BBAYTOM Prop
Valentine Nebraa
RANK OF VALENTINE
C II COllNELI President JI V XIVIIOIjSOX Cattkjtsr
Valentine Nebraska
A General Ranlziny JBuainess Transactetl
Ruytt find Sells Homeatic iml Foreign Exchange
Correspondents Chemical National Bank New York first National Bank Omaiz
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HEADQUARTERS
WINES XiIQTJOKS and GIGA
Of the Clioies Brands
Fish Game Tender Steal
jzif
Jncy Roasts Dry Salt Mess
aiiclithe finest line of Smdffl
Hams and Breaklast Baea
ever sold in town
At StettersOld Stand on Main Street
J W STEnER PROP
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