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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1892)
By F. M. KIMMELL.
OFFICIAL CITY& COUNTY PAPER.
$1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.
ALL HOME PRINT.
For Presiih'iit ,
J3ENJA.M1N HARRISON , of liidiniiii.
For Vice President ,
WD1TELA.W REID , ot New York.
JFor Governor ,
LORENZO CROUNSE.of Washington.
For Lieutenant Governor ,
J. G. TATE , ol Adams.
For Secretary of State ,
JOHN C. ALLEN , of Red Willow.
For Auditor ,
EUGENE MOORE , of Madison.
For Treasurer ,
I II A IJ'IM U > V nf Il lf
For Attorney General ,
GEORGE II. HASTINGS , of Saline.
For Com. of Public Lands and Ruildinsrs ,
A. R. HUMPHREY , of Ouster.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction ,
A. K. GOUDY , of Webster.
For Congress ,
WAI. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings.
For Senator , 29tli Distiict , c
JOHN C. GAMMILL , , of Frontier county.
For Hepiesentative ,
E. M. WOODS , of Danbiiry.
For County Attorney ,
W. 11. STARK , of Indianola.
For Commissioner , 3d Distiict ,
STEPHEN BOLLES , of Uox Elder.
Said NlcKeighan in his acceptance
speech atHoldrege : "Imean no dis
respect to the defenseless dead when
I tell you that I am no democrat. "
ONE must make allowances for
the democratic organs when they
give up their space to rejoicings
over the Maine elections and pro
mises of carrying four or five west-
em stales. They must have some
thing to say. and the tariff , recipro
city , honest money and a stable
national bank currency are all ta
JUDGE CHOUXSE is making a quiet
but exceedingly effective canvass
cr the people of Nebraska.
* ' A. A.
"Wherever lie goes lie spreads con
fidence in his strength , admiration
for his ability and a feeling that he
idll fill the office to which he will
be elected in November with ability
and discretion. Judge Crouuse is
not a sky rocket candidate , but a
conservative man of ideas and con
victions. He will make an ideal
govern or for the state of Nebraska.
MAJOR G-AXUiLii is going to be
the next senator from this district.
And he will do more and accom
plish more for his constituents in
a week than the ordinary member
of the legislature would do in a
nrhole session. Gammill is a work
er and has no use for the dress
parade in business affairs. Even
those politically opposed to him
will concede that he is an irrepress
ible , indomitable worker , has good
Lard sense to combine with it , and
is honest as the day is long. Stock-
'Tin : political cyclone from Kansas -
- sas , Mxs. Lease , is progressing ra
pidly in the art of campaign speak
ing. In Georgia the other day
.she characterized an Atlanta uews-
paper as a lying sheet and its re
presentative as a liar. The news-
piper man referred to was at a
disadvantage. He could not chas
tise a woman , but be offered to whip
vaii man who would come forward
'as her representative. Mr. Lease
is saving himself a good deal of
bodily injury by not traveling with
the combination. Bee.
' "WniTTiER left an estate aggre
gating about $60,000. The Quaker
bard was not amply endowed with
the financial instinct. That gift is
-rory rarely found in combination
-with thepoetic temperament. But
ie was a man of unaffected taste ,
and in his method of life conform
ed to the quiet simplicity which is
OTTOof the cardinal doctrines of the
joligions society to which WHITTIER -
TIER belonged. The substantial
conrpetence which he accumulated
represents sobriety and a whole
some contempt for ostentation and
aot an undue love of the goods of
THAT § 6,000,000 a year which
the workiugmeii of New York
have gained since the McKiuley
tariff went into operation is an ar
gument in favor of republican pol
icy which will be fntal to democrat
ic chances in that state.
THE New York Recorder of the-
22d iust , gives more than five p g-
es of solid nonpareil tabulated
statistics , obtainedjfrorn the office of
Commissioner Peck , and sworn to
by him and his clerks individually ,
to be accurate copies of the returns
in their office , from the six
thousand odd manufacturers in the
figures upon which the commission
er based his report. These tables
were made in the commissioner's
office , the individual reports being
embodied each by itself , with a
numuer in place or tne name or
the manufacturer , who furnished
the statistics of his establishment
on condition that his name should
not be published. The extent of the
table shows what a vast amount of
figure work was done in the office
of the commissioner to enable him
to make out the summaries that
formed the main part of his report
that has kicked up such a disturb
ance in the democratic ranks. The
Recorder gives the space necessary
to this instructive table of wages ,
actually paid in 1890 and 1891 by
the six thousand and odd employers
of 285,000 workmen to show just
how the report was prepared and
also to show that the democratic
committee which has procured the
indictment of Commissioner Peck
for destroying these papers , are
barking up the wrong tree. State
THE Journal coudidly believes
that the republican central com-
mitee could do the party no better
service than to advertise Colonel
Yau Wyck's meeting and get all
the people in the state to hear
him before the day of election.
One hour of his antics will cure
the average individual of a desire
to vote the independent ticket , and
tuo hours ought to cure the most
Jill 11 Li
Maiden , I am soi-ely tried
What to do this Christmas-tide.
Costly gifts I would bestow ,
At your feet my fond heart throw
Valued gifts you'll not accept.
"For"you say , "mamma'llobjfct. "
Said the maidthe cunning1 elf
Wbv not offer then your&el f' ' "
XA GILUJJT : i or. .
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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 will Ibe satisfied.
C. L. DeGROFF & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO J. C. ALLEN.
Es2C2S3 & ] ? l !
Established 1886 , Strictly One Price. 1
= OUR STOCK OFE
Tootiis , Boys end Ghildrens Soils s
is very complete , comprising
ell the Novelties in
Eutaway s ,
The Entire Line being all
of this season's make.
.atest Shapes in MENS AND BOYS HATS.J
| An Immense Line of FINE NECKWEAR. i
ii ii i i i
The assortment is much larger than can \
be found elsewhere in S.W. Neb.
MeCook , Neb. ,
SEPT. 2,1892. JONAS ENGEL , Manager.
The world of fashion has been astir
of late in consequence of the revival of
what is called the Directoire styles , for
which much popularity is piedicted
this autumn. The Directoire beinir
that period of French history which
preceded the coronation of Napoleon
I , and of his wife , Josephine , leads
naturally to the empire and Josephine
styles , concerning which there is also a
great deal of interest manifested.
Another favorite variation will be the
llecamier costum , taking its appella
tion from the famous lady of that
name , who is doubtly celebrated for
her beauty and her friendship with
Mine , de Stael. The old-time balloon
sleeve , another reminiscence of that
epoch , will be much in vogue this fall.
Many people use the expressions
Directiore , Empire , Recamier without
fully realizing what these terms signify ,
and are consequently apt to err in their
endeavor to adopt the latest novelties.
A careful perusal of a first-class fash
ion magazine like La Mode de Paris ,
Paris Album of Fashion or La
Uouturiere will furnish a satisfactory
.explanation of the differences between
these historical customs. These Jour
nals not only illustrate all modifica
tions of these sundry styles ; but also
give full length descriptions of the
materials to be used with appropriate
trimmings , and reproduce as well the
latest novelties in millinery and hat
ornaments. The most practical way of
obtaining this information is to sub
scribe for these journals. La Mode
dfi Paris and Paris Album of Fashion
are § 3.50 per year each. They are
the most artistic fashion magazines
published. La Couturiere is a fine
iiome journal for § 3.00 and La Mode
s only § 1.50 per year. Another im
portant fact to remember i& that the
three former publications contain each
: uonth a les-sim on some popular gar-
iient with valuable practical suggest-
ons. You can generally get single
opies from 3 our new&dealer , but do
tot allow him tu give } ou some other
journal for one of these. You can get
them if you write to the publishers.
Messrs. A. McDowell & Co.1 West
14th Street , New York.
miif little f"rtiin innTehfr
work for , by Alum I'nge , Austin ,
Texa * , nnil Jno. Ilonn , Toledo , Ohio.
[ See cut. Utherinredolnfrnswell. Why
not ) ou ? borne rnrn over f SOU. 00 a
mouth. Von on do the work and lira
at home , whfreteryou are. Kren be-
glnneri rc rnsily famine from $5 tc-
SlOadej. AlIaRcj. Wciliow youliow
and Hurt you. Can work In spare tlm *
or all the lime. Big money for work-
erf. Failure unknown among them.
NEW and wonderful. Partlcnlar : free.
U.Hall tt * : Co. , ox88OrortIanilMaine
I Mr 4fe f m Mean bt earned at ourNEW line oiVort ,
I I III j W rapidly and honorably , by Ilium of
JU11 IIU W either lex , young or old , and In their
| WIIl i _ I ownIocaitf : iwhereTertheyllTe.Any
Hi one can do the work. Eaiytoleam.
W furnlih ererylhln ; . We it&rt you. No rbk. You can derote
your iparc momenti , or all your time to the w ork. This l an
entirely new Ieadand brings wonderful tuccesi to ertry worker.
Btflnnen are earning from 355 to CIO pcrnrrk and upnrardi ,
ana more afier ° a 1UMrtixrlrnce. . We can itimtih } nu lha cm-
uliivni'iit and tfich * uit tKl.K. .Yo tpfrelo'il'lnici here. Full
Infurmitluu MIKK. TJtUK A * : O. , AlUl&Ja , JU1 .
We are pleased to announce the arrival of complete
assortments of Imported and American made ( Dress Fa =
brics. WE ( BELIEVE THE STOCK TO ® E MUCH
THE LARGEST IJJ WESTERN MEWRASKA.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL NOVELTIES TO BE
FOUJf ® 7JV MEW YORK AM ® CHICAGO ARE
INCLUDE ® Ul OUR PURCHASE and every piece
and patern in the whole enormous stock has been marked
at a price which -we feel sure is lower than goods of the
same quality can be purchased for elsewhere.
Our stock of Ladies , Misses and Children's Cloaks is
twice as large as any which we have heretofore purchased.
Our prices and qualities must be seen to be appreciated.
You are invited to examine them. =
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