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With thia issue we sever our con
nections with the Independent
having fcfld the office complete
er with the subscription list toll 15
3ood Mr Good will put out the next
Issue of paper under the name of
xThc Valentine Democrat1 The
Democrat will fill out all unexpired
subscriptions and will all
money due on subscription
It was three years on 28th of last
-May since the first issue of the Inde
pendent appeared The editcirial
management has never changed and
we have worked faithfully for the up
building of Cherry county and Valen
tine and the furthersof the inter
ests of the political party which we
believe to no advocating the great
principles that if enacted into laws
would be most beneficial to humanity
The Populist Party We have seen
this party come up from almost ob-
scurity until today iftbas a footing in
this county that will stand for years to
come And if our efforts have helped
to bring about this result we feel sat
isfied with our labors We have labor-
ed under many disadvantages From
the fact that the writer was only
seventeen jears old when staiting the
paper therefore not commanding the
confidence of business men and be
cause the political principles that we
advocated were not popular with the
majority of the people in our territory
at that time But through honest
work and fair dealing we feel safe to
say that we have ned the
dence of farmers laborers and
ness men alike
We are well pleased with4 our deal
ings here and could not want a better
class of men to do business with We
have made a success iu the newspaper
arena both financially and politically
and have no complaints We have
several reasons for disposing of the
plant but it is only necessary here to
V AAAM VAWM M w - --
vwlth the object of securing the
sary means to template our education
and having accomplished this we now
sell the paper in order to be able to
take up this work the coming school
year
R B Good our successor is former
ly of Aiusworth He is an experienc
ed newspaper -man and practical print
er having been connected with some
of the principal offices in Chicago and
- other large cities He comes to us
well recomended as a young man of
steady habits and strict probity and
we predict -for him success both
socially and journalistically
Respectfully yours
James- B Farris
moving FORWARD
Are the Grand Annies of Ue
sform
THE MOST ENOOUEAGrtfa NEWS
Every State and Territory in the
Onion Harmony All Along
the Line
Pehples Pakta Nnws Biirkati
Headquarters National Ex Com f
H3t Louis Mo April Abundant
evidence is already -at hand to indicate
that the work undertaken
by this Bureau witl not only fill a
long felt want but prove a decided
success
Reports of unrest and general dis
satisfaction in the old party ranks are
increasing in every quarter from
Maino to California and from Florida
Co the Lakes Its the aame story of
threatened disruption and annihila
tion of the old organizations if they
refuse to recognize silver From
ent indications the country is on the
Terge of a political upheaval and the
t peoples party will usher in the mil-
lenium next year
James Dunn of Idaho the peoples
party candidate for congress in 1894
writes
We are opening the way for a union
of populists silver democrats and
rer republicans Chief Justice
ton of the Supreme Court of this state
heretofore an
within the last
Hhat he would no
arplve republican has
IJw davs announced
longer follow the J
among the valuable new recruits to
the peoples party
Ex Attorney General D W Jones
of Arkansns who is canvassing that
state as a candidate for Governor sub
ject to the decision of the democratic
primaries in a recent speech at Arka
delphia said I shall bolt the nomi
nee of the Chicago Convention if a
gold staudard platform is adopted and
a gold man put upon it
The populist vote of Oklahoma will
-be increased nearlv 1000 bv the ad
dition of Greer county With only a
little more than 3000 votes to over
come our friends in that territory
should win this year
The State Committee of Nebraska
will meet at Hastings April 17 to fix
the time and place for holding the
State convention to seleeV delegates to
the Xational Convention
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Omalia Neb March 20 1890 Sealed
proposals In tripicate will be received here
until 2 oclock p m central standaid time
April 20 18M5 and then opened for lurnishing
transportation drayajreond for handling stores
in Department ot the Platte during liscal year
commencing July 11896 U S reserves right
to reject or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof Information furnished on appli
cation Envelopes containing proposas to be
marked rro03als for transportation on Route
No ana addressed to D I WHEELER
Major Q jr
First publication March 26
FINAL PROOF NOTICES
Parties having final proof notices In
these columns will receive a marked
copy of the Independent containing
first insertion of same It is the duty
of each claimant to examine their
notice carefully and should there be
any error the fact should be reported
to the laud office and to this office at
once for correction
U S Land Office Valentine Nebr I
March 30th 1S9
Notice is hereby that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in bupport of his claim and
that said proof will beanade before Register and
Receiver at Valentine Nebraska on May Uth
1890 viz
Robert L Quisenbery of Oasis Nebr
H E No 8S93 for the eliscU mvUseM sec 1
tp 29 R 29 and lot 7 sccU tp 29 R 23
ne names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land viz
Munsen Butler William L Cohee Charles R
Howard and Micajah Harris all of Oasis Ncbr
Also
Munson Butler of Oasis Nebr
H E No 8S94 for lots 2 3 42nd 5 sec C tp
29 R 2S and lot 1 sec 1 tp 29 R 29 W
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upoa and cultivation of
said land viz
Robert L Quisenbery William L Cohee
Charles R Howard and Micajah Harris all of
Oasis Nebr C It GLOVER Register
U B Land Office Broken Bow Neb i
March 20th 1893
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Complaint having been entered at this office
by Hiram R Edgar against Charles Rice for
abandoning his Homestead Entry No 8305 dated
Oct 30 lfei upon the e neli Seer Tp 20 n Range
27 w and sV sc- Sec 3J Tp 27 n K 27 w
in Cherry county Neb with a view to Uie can
cellation of said entry the said parties
summoned to appear at the oftice of John
Fritz a notary puhlbat Brovnlee Neb on the
ind day qf May 13M at 10 oclock a ns to
respond and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged abandonment Final hearing at tliis
Gpice on tlie 9th day of May if 96 at in a m
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VALENTINE CHERRY CO NEBRASKA THURSDAY APRIL 1896
lead xf his party but would act with
the silver forces J M Ballentine
Democratic candidate for congress at
tho last election has announced him
self in similar terms
T B Mills our candidate for con
gress in Sew Mexico in 1884 also
writes
The rank and file of both old parties
will join any independent movement
if their parties fail to declare for bi
metallism at the ratio of 16 t3 1 when
they nominate their candidates for
President Ourterritory will be fully
represented at St Louis July 23
Chairman Maxwell of the Illinois
peoples party state committee and Dr
EmricK chairman of the Illinois silver
organization have agreed to call joint
State Congressional and local conven
tions to unite their forces all along the
line
Chairman Wardall of the California
State Committee will soon open head
quarters in San Francisco to organize
his State nd assist in the Oregon
campaign Several speakers will go
from California to Oregon at an early
date
Up to this time -297 delegates have
been elected to the National Conven
tion of which number 261 are report
ed as favorable to a union of all the
forces opposed to the gold standard
and present oppresive conditions
Francis 2tf Stacy a prominent re
publican politician of Minneapolis
Minn bus renounced his allegiarce to
the republican party and joined the
populists
Gee 2 Lamphere editor of the
Morehead Minn Daily News is
More than half the tictims of eottsump
tioh do not know they bave it Here is a list
of symptoms by which consumption can
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Cougb one or two slight efforts oi
rising occurring during the day and fre
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Short breathing after exertion
Tightness of the chest
Quick pulse especially noticeable in the
evening and after a full meal
r LPiutuess in uie evening iouoweu oy
Slight fever
Perspiration toward moraingand
Tale face and languid in the morning
Loss of vitality
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