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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1890)
By F. M. KIMMELL.
L. D. KICIIAHDS. .
"For Lleutonunt Governor ,
T. J. MAJORS.
For Secretary of State ,
J C. ALLEN.
fe For Auditor.
THOB. H. HENTON.
For Trensii rer ,
J. E. HILL.
For Attorney General ,
GEOUGE H. HASTINGS.
For Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings ,
GEORGE II. IHJMPUUfSY.
For Superintendent Public Instruction ,
A. K. GOUDY.
For Congressman. 2d District ,
N. V. HA It Li AN.
For Senator for 29th District.
For Representative ,
SAMUEL , ELLIS.
For ( 'ounty Attorney ,
J. BYRON JENNINGS.
For Commissioner. 1st District.
For Commissioner. 3rd District.
C. W. HODGKIN.
MAJ.OR BIcKEiGHAN is "queer
ing" himself with a rapidity that
must be paralyzing his champions.
Ton will do your state distin
guished service , next Tuesday , by
voting the entire Eepublican ticket.
BEWARE of' the boodler. He is
abroad in Keel Willow county work
ing against the prohibitory amend
So FAR as vote making is con
cerned Major McKeighan's "blow
out" was a success for Hon. N.
COL. MULLEN , the versatile and
vigorous , did not wear Major Mc-
Keighan's "halo of glory" in the
procession , Saturday.
OUR Mend Eskey , of Bartley ,
is somewhat of a humorist him
self. This week he formally an
nounces his withdrawal from the
race for representative. Why bless
your poor misguided soul , Milt ,
you were never "in it. "
THE TRIBUNE notes quite a gen
eral returning of those republicans
who were unthinkingly sidetracked
ed by the independent movement.
Their eyes have been opened to
the cunning hand of the democ-
Tacy , who are manipulating as the
power behind the throne the
sight was too much for them.
THE Eepublican rally held in
McCook , last Saturday evening ,
was the most enthusiastic and
most largely attended ever held in
Western Nebraska. The speeches
by Judge Mason , Hons. L. D.
JRichards , T. J. Majors and J. C.
Allen were able and pointed , re
ceiving unbounded applause. It
was a grand meeting and a splen
A SPECIAL from Eed Cloud says
ihat the largest republican rally of
the campaign was held there , Tues
day evening. The speakers were
J. G. Tate , the silver tongued orator
tor of Nebraska ; J. C. Allen , can
didate for secretary of state , and
A. E. Humphrey , candidate for
superintendent of public buildings.
IVIr. J. C. Allen's large acquaint
ance in this vicinity assures him a
THE Kearney Daily Hub refers
to our fellow townsman , who made
a few remarks at a grand rally ,
last week , in the Midway City , in
the following language :
"THE LAST SPEAKER Hon. J.
C. Allen of McCook , the young
candidate for secretary of state ,
was introduced and said a good
word for the other members of the
ticket , modestly keeping himself
in the background. He said he
stood firmly on the platform of the
Eepublican party and expected to
stay there. "
THERE are fewer McKeighan
men in Eed Willow county than
there were before that gentleman
.spoke in McCook , last Saturday ,
and gave such unmistakable evidences -
-dences of his absolute and entire
unfitnessfor the high office to which
he aspires at the hands of this
people. Mr. McKeighan's deport-
jnent here marks him as lacking
the nerve , spirit , character and dig
nity to represent a brave and in
telligent constituency. His speech
.savored more of braggadocia and
smut than of facts and logic. He
appealed more to the prejudices
ihan to the judgment and intelli
gence of his hearers j and exhibited
altogether a grossness and absence
of ability discouraging even to his
.own followers in this section.
Republican Alliance Men Ponder !
OMAHA , NEB , October 23 , 1890.
Mr. Chas. Bnrchill , MindenNeb.
Dear Sir : Your name.has been
sent me as one of the representa
tive members of the farmers alli
ance of Kearney county who has
expressed a desire to do all possi
ble for the election of W. A. Mc
Keighan to congress from the Second
We appreciate this friendly feel
ing on your part , and it behooves
us to rally our forces and if possi
ble to see that every republican
member of the alliance casts his
vote for Mr. McKeighan.
The eastern part of the district
is showing a stronger feeling in the
interest of Harlan , and to be suc
cessful we must hold the alliance
together in western counties.
The present congress was repub
lican by a very small majority and
if we succeed in electing Mr. Mc
Keighan and a few more democrats
from republican districts we will
have a democratic majority to con
trol the next congress.
We hope you will put forth ev
ery effort to this end.
Yours very truly ,
ELMER D. CHASE ,
Member of the national , democrat
ic congressional committee for Ne
THE STATE OP NEBKASKA , ?
KEAKNEY COUNTY , f
I , James A. Cline , a notary public in and
for Kearney county , Neb. , do hereby certify
that I haye seen this day the original of the
within copy and that the within and foregoing -
ing is a true copy of same.
Witness my hand and official seal this 27th
day of October , 1890. JAMES A. CLINE ,
[ SEAL ] Notary Public.
LAYING politics aside , it is a fact
that Mr. Eichards , one of the can
didates for governor , is well worthy
of the votes of the people. He
was nominated by the republican
party , but had he been nominated
instead by either of the other part
ies , he would still be as suitable a
man for governor as can be found
in the state. One can predict what
kind of a governor he will be by
seeing what sort of a business man
he has been. During the time he
has lived in Fremont he organized
and founded the Eremont foundry
and machine shops , the Eremont
Stock Yards and Lumber company ,
the Eremont planing mill , the Ere-
mout Canning company , the Ere
mont creamery and the Fremont
hemp mill and twine works. These
establishments employ in the ag
gregate about 400 men , and benefit
that city hundreds of thousands of
dollars every year. A man who
shows such enterprise and push in
behalf of his own town is a good
man in any station of life. The
slate needs just such a man for
governor. It needs an active and
enterprising business man , and
with such a man to run the execu
tive department of the state , we
believe every citizen will be satis
fied , whether of the same political
party or not. Ponca Journal.
LIKE all common , braggarts ,
McKeighan lacks courage. He
claimed courage to lead atmob. .
He had courage to disturb a Ee
publican meeting. But when one
of the Eepublican speakers to
whom he had applied particularly
offensive names in his afternoon
speech , came forward to deliver
his address at the monster Eepub
lican meeting in the evening at
the opera house , the doughty Mc
Keighan fled the hall precipitous
ly. Perhaps it was just as well ,
however. Judge Mason was thus
saved the performance of a pain
IT NOW transpires that B. A.
Harlan of the Stockville Sentinel
was not on the train at the time
he claims to have heard the con
versation between Hon.N. Y. Har
lan and Mr. M. Y. Starbuck , which
he recently made the topic of a
mendacious assault on these gen
tlemen. We leave the reader to
conclude for himself how much
truth there is in an interview that
.this man Harlan claims to have
overheard , when he was not in
the car or on ihe train at the time
the talk took place.
THE Omaha board of education
are out in a circular to the school
teachers of the state imploring their
votes and influence against prohi
bition. The sad condition of Kan
sas teachers is urged. THE TRIB
UNE suggests to the Omaha board
of well , name it , that the teach
ers of Kansas in their last state
meeting unanimously declared for
YOTEfor the prohibitory amend
ment. Yote against the high
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 , without thinking of what each may be worth , until the very air reeks with dry goods bargains. M
Now is the time to buy = = to borrow for to buy , for with the ending of THE CASH ( BACR.G-AIJJ 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 BAEGAIN
HOUSE and SAYE MONEY !
J. C. In & Do.
J iJ i 4 !
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 over = = =
not a bit. As for the HOSIERY and CORSETS you'll
be tempted to buy all there are = = they are so cheap.
We 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 Relieve They
911 Go Like Hot Cakes After Today.
THE : CASH :
'HO ' USE has invariably sold goods
aivay below market price. We have
saved you dollars where other iner =
chants spoke of cents. ( But now we
undersell ourselves and the whole world in our GIGANTIC
which are snapped up on sight. Never put off until to
morrow what you can do to-day. A minute late
is a chance gone and forever.
Store for Rent , Fixtures for Sale , and Out
we go in a Hurry.
chances for barains in a da here than in other
stores in a life time.ajfgti
STORE FOR RENT OR SALE !
FIXTURES FOR SALE.
What Others Cannot Do ,
The Cash- Bargain House Does.
j , ,
It is impossible for Dry Goods '
Houses paying twelve to fifteen
huucbed 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
undersold every Dry Goods House
in McCook WITHOUT EXCEPTION , u i
and now in the ! 'J !
Grand Closing Out
of the whole stock we undersell )
ourselves , them , and the whole
Bigoted people who cannot see
further than their
own doorstep ' ,
should come to the
Cash Bargain House f
now and see what liberal mer
chants the "CASH BARGAIN HOUSE"
are , in closing out.
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