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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1890)
By F. M. KIMMELTU
A RECOUNT of the population of
jYork City began 'last week.
* ' -OvER sixteen thousand bills-have
Tjeen introduced in congress the
present session. _
IOWA papers claim that the new
tariff bill will save that state § 2- ,
000,000 per year.
THE constitutionality of the orig
inal package law is to be tested
in the supreme court.
, A BILL has been introduced in
the house of representatives , to lo
cate -a branch , mint at Chicago.
DISTBICT Assembly 240 of the
Knights of Labor has officially ad
mitted the failure of the New York
Central strike and declared it off.
THEBE will be no break in the
Nebraska congressional delegation.
Three republicans Avill as usual
Tepresent this state in the next
FBOM the latest statement of the
Treasury department it is estimat
ed that the present circulation is
$22.11 per capita on a basis of 65-
THE more the site chosen for
the Columbian exposition is exam
ined the greater satisfaction does
it give. Chicago has opened her
parlor , in the language of one of
her newspapers , to the great inter
national party to be held there
years hence , and none of the bid
den guests will stay away through
fear of inhospitable treatment.
The clouds that have overhung
this enterprise almost since its in
ception , have been cleared away ,
and now every true American will
work wimmignt ana main to eclipse
oven the famous Paris exposition
.Nebraska must prepare to do hei
' part. Journal.
ON LAST Saturday morning At
torney Morlaii and Editor Walil-
quist had a joint discussion in the
office of the Leland hotel at this
place on the merits and demerits
of the combination candidate foi
Congress in this district , and al-
ihough B. B. defended his candi
date with marked ability , he could
not evade a pointed question and
had to admit that the supplement
published in his paper and said to
"be signed by 200 business meii of
Heel Cloud , was not an endorsement
> f McKeighan , but merely a glit
tering array of generalities which
-do not prove or deny a single alle
gation charged against him. It
simply gives it as their opinion
ihat if hevas elected he might do
better. He also admitted that not
one man in ten would read it care
fully and analyze it , and that it
"would consequently gain its end :
mislead instead of inform. Indi-
THE DWYER-McKEIGHAN CASE.
HASTINGS , NEB. , Oct. 6. [ Spec
ial to The Bee. ] An interesting
fact in connection with the case of
Dan C. Dwyer , the alleged luna
tic , against W. A. McKeighan has
just been discovered by The Bee
correspondent. The facts in the
case are pretty well known and'are
in brief as follows : When Mc-
Keighan entered npou the duties
of county judge of Webster county
hfc Teceived from his predecessor
§ 287.60 belonging to Dan C. Dwy
er , who had previously been ad
judged insane. This money he
Jias never paid to Mr. D wyer nor
did lie turn it over to his successor
in office. Mr. Dwyer sued McKei-
Sfhan for the amount . . , alleging em-
bezzlement , and McKeighan entered -
ed no appearance and made no
-answer. Judgment was according
ly rendered against him on April
17,1890 , for the full amount. Mc-
JKeighan and his friends admit that
lie withholds the money , but to
justify him , claim that Dwyer has
never been legally- competent to
receive it. It has just been ascer
tained that Mr. Dwyer was dis
charged from the state hospital
for the insane as recovered in 1885 ,
and before McKeighan entered
tha office of county judge. The
question now arises what explana
tion can McKeighan make to jus
tify himself in keeping this money
for campaign purposes. Mr. Dwy
er Tias'-been obliged to mortgage
Lis farm to raise money , which he
would not have done had he receiv
ed what was due him from Juflge
McKeighan. He is a Webster
oountyfarmer a member of'the.
alliance and a democrat , but not a
JlcKeighan man. Bee Oct. 8 ,
! * '
FEW men" onthe Bepublican
sf ate ticket have grown in public
fervor more rapidly and substan
tially than J. C. ALLEN , our fellow-
townsman and candidate for secre
tary of state. His quiet , business
like demeanor before the people
has made him friends everywhere.
Congressman Laws returned from
Washington , Friday , and was a pleasant
caller , Saturday. Speaking of the Mc-
Kinlcy bill he said it was the best they
could do and thought it would serve the
country well. He does not think the
Lodge force bill will pass and is against
it. [ Ie said the Hastings public build
ing bill is in excellent shape , and he be
lieves he can secure its passage in De
cember if properly assisted. Congress
man Laws says that he is glad his duties
are nearly ended. He is in excellent
health , and says that Washington cli
mate agrees with him. Hastings Demo
Kalstedt , The Tailor ,
Successor to L. Bernheimer , wishes
to announce that he is now located in
the rear of The First National Bank ,
with a new stock of latest and most
fashionable i'all and winter suitings , and
is prepared to give the public correct
and satisfactory results in all branches
of the merchant tailoring business. He
invites a trial and guarantees satisfac
John C. Allen.
There's no trouble about him. He's
a business man and has a good , clean
record. There's no trouble about a man
who has a good record. . Open , honest
and manly. Everybody respects him.
Allen will make a good secretary of
state because he will attend closely to
the details of the business. Sutton
It is rumored at Indianola that Mc
Cook paid that distinguished , well-fed
jurist Judge Jay ttooue Cessna , 0. P.
$800 cash for five prohibition addresses.
McCook , on the other hand , says Indi
anola agreed to pay $800 for tour speehes.
If reports be true , the judge has been
well naid. Hastings Democrat.
Come Again , Joe.
The labors of Joe Critchfield , th <
temperance advocate , closed at the open
house , Wednesday evening , with a liter
ary and musical entertainment of de
cided merit , and replete with enjoyment
and instruction. The audience was de
servedly large , sympathetic and enthu
siastic. Come again , Joe.
Everybody Takes Satisfaction
In driving a good team , and in a clean ,
comfortable jig. The City livery and
feed st.ible h > catering tojusl that trade ,
and is making a special effort to give
satisfaction. Give me a trial.
D. C. MAKSH , Proprietor.
Of Course You Are
Going to the World's Fair in 1892.
But in the meantime , one of the im
portant questions of the day is , "Where
can I buy the most and best meat for
my money ? " Brewer can answer you.
Mrs. Henderson and Miss Nelson
have opened a dress making establish
ment over Ly tie's hardware store in Un
ion block , and solicit a share of patron
age in that line.
A barn that will accommodate 30
head of horses. Buggy room , corral ,
well , and small house. Enquire of
11. B. LINDNER.
We would call your attention to our
new $2.00 and $2.50 Kid Button Shoes.
BOWEN & LAYCOCK.
For Safe or Trade.
I have a house and two lots in Mc
Cook to sell or to trade for stock.
Save money by buying school sup
plies , for the children , at Chenery's
City Drug Store.
Accurately compounded , day or
night. CITY DRUG STORE.
Price cut 25 per cent , on all grades
of footwear at the
BOSTON SHOE STORE.
What's in a Mug of Beer.
[ From the Pharmaceutical Record. ]
A writer in a German newspaper lias Imd the
temerity to jot down the ingredients which go
to mnko up H glass of beer in Germany. The
pharmacopoeia of the beer barrel this scientif
ic man sets forth in alphabetical order. We
give the German nomenclature for fear of
spoiling1 the brew. It consists , says the writer ,
Alcohol , Lakntzensaft ,
Althopicnol , Logensalz ,
Aloe. Malzextract ,
Belladonna , Metalsalze.
Biercouleur , Mohn.
Bilsenkraut , Mousserpulver ,
Bitterklee. Natron ,
Uuchenspane , Nicszwurz ,
Caraghenmoos , Nux voniica ,
Coloquinteu , Pickrensaure.
Enzlun. Tottasche ,
Fichtennadeln , Quassia.
Gogel. Keis salicylsaure ,
Gelatine , Schafgarbe.
Glycerine. Spanischer pfeHer ,
Haselnuszspane , Soda ,
Housenblaso , . , .Stfirkezucker , .
Herbstzeitlose , Starkemehi.
Hofcnaroma , Strychnin ,
Hopfenbittoneaure , Syrup ,
IpnatlUBbohne , Tannin ,
Injrwer. Tausendguldenkraut ,
KatniHe. Tiscblorioim ,
Kartoffelzucker , Wacholder ,
Kardobenedic t-Waldmeister ,
enkraut. Weidenschalen ,
Kokelskorner , Wermuth ,
Koriander , Zuckercoulor , etc.
This , adds the Record , is why we pass on
C. ALLEN CO.
* .1 !
IS GOING NESS ENTIRELY.
The prices we are selling at will be called SENSATIONAL , and our methods ditto , by some , simply because they
would be impossible to them. With CAPITAL to swing , opportunity to sell , and knowledge and GRIT to BUY , we bought
for less money , we sold cheaper and handled more goods than any other concern in McCook. In closing out we shower upon
you bargain after bargain , ivithout thinking of what each may be worth , until the very air reeks with dry goods bargains.
Now is the time to buy = = to borrow for to buy , for with the ending of THE CASH ( BARGAIN HO USE comes the ending
of the reason why.
STORE FOR RENT OR SALE !
FIXTURES FOR SALE !
Going Out of Business
JUST SO THINGS GO
WE DON'T CARE WHAT
THEY FETCH ,
"We offer you a greater stock
than any two houses in McCook
We Sell Out Cheaper
than big merchants buy.
And the biggest bargain in a
big store is considered a small one
at the CASH BARGAIN HOUSE.
Whilst Big Bargains such as
the CASH BARGAIN HOUSE gives ,
are impossible -elsewhere.
Trade at the CASH BARGAIN
HOUSE and SAVE MONEY !
Your Choice of a Whole Side of Shelving at the ( Price
of the Cheapest ( Piece of Goods in the Lot.
We've no idea of keeping any UJfDERWEAR over = = =
not a bit. As for the HOSIERY and CORSETS you'll
be tempted to buy all there are = = they are so cheap.
Don't Propose to Have a Pair of
Shoes in a Few Days ,
If We Can't Get Rid of Them One Way we
Will Try Another , But we Believe They
' 11 Go Like Hot Cakes After Today.
THE : CASH : ( BARGAIN
9HO USE has invariably sold goods
away below market price. We have
saved you dollars where other mer =
chants spoke of cents. ( But now we
undersell ourselves and the whole world in our GIGANTIC
winch , are snapped up on sight. Never put off until to
morrow what you can do to-day , A minute late
1 is a chance gone and forever.
Store for Rent , Fixtures for Sale , and Out
we go in a Hurry.
[ ore chances for bargains , in a day'here than in other
stores in a life tim&
STORE FOR RENT OR SALE !
FIXTURES FOR SALE.
What Others Cannot Do , ui
The Cash Bargain House Does. i i
It is impossible for Dry Goods
Houses paying twelve to fifteen
hundred dollars rent and twice as
much more for style to sell goods
The CASH BARGAIN HOUSE never
pretended to go on style , but the
CASH BARGAIN HOUSE invariably Ill
undersold every Dry Goods House
in McCook WITHOUT EXCEPTION ,
and now in the
Grand Closing Out
of the whole stock we undersell
ourselves , them , and the whole
Bigoted people who cannot see
further than then- own doorstep
should come to the
Cash Bargain House
now and see what liberal mer
chants the "CASH BARGAIN HOUSE"
are , in closing out.
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