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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1892)
By F. M. KIMMEL.L.
OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER.
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
ALL HOME PRINT.
For President ,
BENJAMIN HAUUISON , of Indiana.
For Vice President ,
WHITELAW HEtD , of New York.
For Governor ,
LORENZO CROUNSE.of WitsliiiiKton.
For Lieutenant Governor ,
J. G. TATE , of Adams.
For Secretary of State ,
JOHN C. ALLEN , of lied Willow.
For Auditor ,
EUGENE MOOltE , of Madison.
For Treasurer ,
J. S. HARTLEY , of Holt.
For Attorney General ,
GEORGE II. HASTINGS , of Saline.
For Com. of Public Lands and Uiiildinjis ,
A. R. HUMPHREY , of Custer.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction.
A. K. GOUDY. of Webster.
For Congress ,
WM. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings.
For Senator , 29th District ,
JOHN C. GAMMILl , , of Frontier county.
Said McKeighan in his acceptance
speech at Holdrege : "I mean no dis
respect to the defenseless dead when
Hell you that I am no democrat. "
Republican County Convention.
There will be a Republican County Convcn
tion for Ited Willow county. Nebraskn. held
on Wednesday , September I4th. 1802 , nt one
o'clock , P. M. , central time , in the court house
ntlndianoln. Nebiaska. for the purpose of
placing1 in nomination u candidate ench for
the offices of representative , county attorney
and county commissioner of the third district ,
and to transact such other business as may
properly come before the convention.
The various precincts are entitled to repre
sentation as follows , ( beinir one delegate at
large , and one for each fifteen votes or frac
tion thereof cast for Judge Fust in 1891. )
Alliance 3 Grant 2
Beaver 4 Indianola 6
Uondville 3 Lebanon 4
Box Elder 4 Missouri Uidgc 2
Coleman 2 North Valley 2
Danbury Perry 4
Driftwood 3 KedWHImr 3
EastValley 1 Tjrone 2
Erltsch 2 Valley Gnuiiro 3
Gerver .2 Willow Orove . . . .21
It is recommended that the precinct prima
ries be culled by the IC-PJ i-ctive cnininittet'-
inentobe held on Monduj. September l Mi ,
1692 , at such hour us miiy be moat convenient.
F.M. KIMMEFX. M. N. ESKEY.
McCook , Nebraska. A u/tust 23d , 1892.
GENERAL YAN WYCK allow ine
to mate you acquainted with Com
THE democrats of the Fifth
Nebraska district have endorsed
McKeighan , but they have done it
in the spirit which bodes no good
to his chances of political success.
JOHN C.ALLEN , republicancandi
date for secretary of state , is one
of the most popular candidates now
before the people. Mr. AJJen has
made a grand record in the office
to which he was chosen two years
ago , proving himself a faithful and
capable public servent. He is be
sides the most genial of gentlemen ,
who makes friends of all acquain
tances. A couple of gentlemen ,
-of the name of Easterling and
Crow , will still be trudging weari-
"ly and foot-sore down the home-
rstretch , after Mr. Allen has pass
ed under the wire and retired to
the floral hall to receive the con-
.gratulations of the people.
THE phenomenal performance
on the Omaha half-mile track by
the wonderful colt
'Online , bred and owned in Nebras
ka , is the talk of the turfmen ,
- vho consider it as remarkable in
its way as the latest record of Nan
cy Hanks. The young prodigy
went amile in 2:17 on a heavy half-
mile track on three shoes , having
cast one of his hind shoes before
he had gone 100 yards. Itis only
six months since this remarkable
infant pacer was firsfc put in har
ness. He had smashed the two-
year-old pacing record before by
going amile in 2:16 on a kite-
shaped track , but under the cir
cumstances his latest performance
is far more remarkable than that.
It is predicted that with a pneu
matic-sulky and a fast track he will
do his mile in 2:10 before the end
of the season. The climate of
Nebraska seems to te favorable for
the production of fast colts , and yet
it is to be hoped that the cultiva
tion of corn and sugar beets will
not be abandoned. Bee.
Watch m Corner
For the Next SO Days we Will have
NEW GOODS arriving daily.
The Largest Stock and Lowest Prices
Will be found. Our Stock of
HAS JUST ARRIVED. ALSO :
CLOAKS and JACKETS
for Ladies , Misses and Children %
at from $1.OO up to $3O.OO.
FALL STYLES OF HATS.
Our Grocery Department is COMPLETE and
We Are NEVER UNDERSOLD.
Give us a chance to sell you goods
and you wil 1 be satisfied.
C. L DeGROFF & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO J. C. ALLEN.
: OF :
Grand Opening ,
They have the finest
line of Pry Goods , Milli
nery and Cloaks ever
shown behind their
counter and everybody
knows what that means.
L. LOWMAN & SON
Established 1886. Strictly One Price.
We are now receiving
an Entire New Stock.
It will be Larger and
More Complete than any
west of Omaha.
Every thing New and
Desirable in CLOTHING ,
HATS and FURNISHING
Schools commence now. See our Im
mense Stock of Children's and Boys' Suits ;
Extra Pants and Hats. They will please
you in Styles and Prices. Gall and see
our New Goods in Every Department.
McCook SEPT. 2 , , 1892. Neb. JONAS ENGEL , Manager.
THE editor of the Macon ( Ga. , )
Daily News -writes to the editor of
the New York Sun commending
the course of that journal in insist
ing that the force bill shall be
paramount issue of the present
campaign. "Even in the city of
Macon , " he says "many prominent
democrats assume antagonistic at
titudes on the tariff issue , and yet
they are a unit in their unqualified
condemnation of the most tyran
nical measure that was ever con
ceived in malice and brought forth
in hatred the force bill. "
Away with the tariff issue , there
fore ! Down with the force bill !
Down with negro domination !
_ _ _ _ _
PROF. JOHN LAWRENCE SULLI
VAN fought one fight to many when
he entered the fistic arena with
Prof. James Corbett.
up jrme's JPealt by Ball.
While ascending Pike's Peak by the
new rack railway about one person in
200 is affected by the rarity of the air
at the high altitude. The indications
of distress are itching and redness of
the nose and then blackness under the
eyes. A woman who was dying
apparently on a trip recently was sent
back on the locomotive to the foot of
the mountain , where she recovered.
The summit is 14,400 feet above the
level of Hhe sea.
Insurance Azalns * Frost.
A frost insurance company ia being
formed in Ii-ance and it promises to
be a successful venture. Itis estimated
that the loss to agriculture by frost in
Francois about § 15,000,000 , and tha
company will insure against this.
First publication September , isw : .
In the district court of Red Willow county.
Nebraskn. J. Lowell Moore , trustee , plaintiff ,
vs. William Keiph , Rebecca J. Kelpb , .John W.
Kern. Leonora V. Kern. Rufus M. Snave'y. '
Sarnb Snavelv nn < t William A. Judd. defend
ants. John W Kern. Leonora V. Kern. Rufus
M. Snavely. Snrnh Suavely and William A ,
Judd , non-resident defendants , will take no
tice that on the eighth day of Sept. , A. D. 1803.
plaintiff herein filed his petition in the district
court of Red Willow county , Nebraska ,
against the defendants , the object and prayer
of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage
executed by the defendants William Uelph
and Rebecca J. Relph to plaintiff's assignee ,
the Dakota Mortgage Lotin Corporation , upon
the east half the south east quarter and the
north west quarter of the south eust quarter
of section twenty-five [ 251. in township onel ) .
north of range thirty (30).west ( ) , in Red Willow
county. Nebraska , to secure the payment of a
certain mortgage bond of J300 , dated Sept. 1.
1887. and ten inteiest coupon notes of $10.50
each , dated Sept. 1.1887. and that there is now
due upon said bond , interest coupons and
taxes paid by plaintiff under the terms of
said mortgage , the sum of $411.60. with inter
est at ton per cent , fiom this date , for which
sum , with costs , plaintiff prays for a decree
that the defendants be required to pay the
game , or that said premises may be sold to
satisfy the amount found duo.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before Monday , the 17th day of October , A.
? opt"rn' < f > r 8,183. .
J. r.i vi.i. MOORE , truste" .
bi uttorUL'j J. K
. A. WILCOX & SON.
We will receive within a lew days an
elegant line of Ladies , Misses and Children's
Cloaks direct from the manufacturers ; also
Shawls and want you to look at our stock
before purchasing- .
Will also receive a large stock of Shoes ,
Rubbers , etc.
Our new dress goods are now arriving- .
For Hats , Caps , Ladies , Gents , and Child
ren's Underwear , Gents Furnishing- Goods ,
Groceries , Flour , etc. , etc. Call 011
. A. WILCOX & SON.
NEBRASKA LOAN AND BANKING GO.
OF MCCOOK , NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL - $52OOO.OO.
FARM LOANS. - - CITY LOANS.
LOANS MADE ON ALL KINDS OF APPROVED SECURITY.
P. A. WELLS , THCAS. AND MAQU.
CORRESPONDENT : Chase National Bank. New York.
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