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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1892)
By F. M.
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.For President ,
1SENJAAI1N HAKUISON , of ludinun.
.For Vicu President ,
WUITELA-W KEID , of Nuw York.
LORENZO CHOUNSK.of Washington.
Per Lieutenant Governor ,
. } . G. TATK , of Adams.
For Si-cretary of State ,
JOHN C. ALLEN , of lletl Willow.
Tor Auditor ,
EUGENE S10011E , of MmilMiii.
J. S. BAUTLEY , of Holt.
JFor Attorney GKIKIII : | ,
GEOUGE II. HASTINGS , ol Saline.
For Com. of Public Lniul.s and Buililiiixs-
A. It. HUMPHREY , of Uustrr.
For Superintendent of Public liifilriiclliui.
A. K. GOUDY. of Webster.
For Congress ,
WM. E. ANDREWS , of Hastings.
For Senator. 29tli District ,
JOHN C. GAMAMLl. . . of Frontier county.
For Kepresentative ,
E. M. WOODS , of Danbury.
For County Attorney ,
W. R. STARU , of Indianola.
! . For Commissioner , 3d District ,
STEPHEN liOLLES. of Box Elder.
Said McKeighan in his acceptance
speech at Holdrege : "I mean no dis
respect to the defenseless dead when
I tell you that I am no democrat. "
The Death of Mrs. Harrison ,
TIII.S event which occurred at the
White House nt 1:40 Tuesday
morning has changed for a time
the aspect of that famous struc
ture ; it ceases to be mi official
building , and is regarded only as
the home of a bereaved family.
He who bears the great but simple
title of "The President" ceases to
! > e thought of in that capacity and
is looked upon only as a husband
who has lost the dear wife of his
youth and the mother of his child
ren and all suggestions of rank
and station shrink away from th
family of the "White House ; the
are only good people in deep dis
In this sad juncture the peopl
of the whole country have becom
those "good neighbors" who i :
times of affliction tender thei
sympathies , their assistance wher
it may avail , their good wishe
always , and svhich may be assurei
< lo good , and lighten the hear
burden of sorrow. It is an adde !
grief to suffer alone and unregarded
This is not the hard fate of thos
who mourn now ; a great peopl
forget all save that they are hus
bands , sons and daughters , ant
pity the family that has lost it :
life and light.
Mrs. Harrison was the last ii
succession of the good women
good wives , good mothers wh <
liave adorned the White Hous <
and have made it from the first i
typical American home. What
ever else those from abroad wh <
have sought the official resident
of the president of the Unitec
States may have found there , thej
Lave always met a high type oi
the American woman , gracious
and good. While attempts have
ieen made to invest the White
Souse with what may be called
$ he nomenclature of a court , and
--"there has been talk of the
' -"first lady of the land , " such at
tempts have come from the out
ride , not the inside ; and from
Abigail Adams to she who lies
-dead today the mistress of the
White House has always been one
"whose very presence has preserved ,
iu distinction to the air of a royal
court , the purity and simplicity of
Sirs. Harrison was worthy of
lier predecessors : a beautiful ex
ample to those who may succeed
lier. She lived her life and met
its every call with the two quali
ties which make life all it may be ,
love and courage , and these to
CLEVER , obliging and efficient ,
3Jed Willow county should give J.
C. Allen a splendid support for
the office of secretary of state.
His conduct of that position for
the past two years has fairly earn
ed a re-election by an increased
! AT !
FADE & SON'S
MONDAY , OCTOBER 24
We will have on sale
Monday , October 34th , a
solid car of Chamber
Suits , bought direct
from manufacturers at
very low prices which
we will retail at jobber's
SENATOR MANDEHSON has bee :
elected president of the good road
association which was orgauizei
in Chicago Saturday and count
among its members such distin
guished men as Phil Armour
Leland Stanford , Seward Webl
and General Eoy Stone. Th
movement on behalf of good road
is rapidly growing in favor and i
destined to be productive of ver ;
beneficial results. Many of thi
states east of the Mississippi havi
already made excellent progress ii
good road making and Nebraski
ill doubtless soon fall into line
A CORRESPONDENT of the Be <
recently made the statement tha
many democrats in the Fifth dis
trict were deserting McKeighai
and had avowed their intention t (
vote for Andrews , the republicar
nominee. Certain democratic
papers dispute the statement. A
Hastings democrat in a private
letter assures the Bee that sever
out of ten of all the democratic
voter of Hastings will support
Andrews. This is encouraging.
It will be greatly to the credit of
the intelligent people of the Fifth
district to knov that they have
spewed McKeighan out. He
should be laid away on the politi
cal shelf. Bee.
THE sympathies of the whole
people irrespective to partisan
leanings go out to the president in
iiis hour bereavement. The wife
} f his youth , the gracious lady
, vho took him for better or worse
, vhen he was a struggling boy who
lad hung out his shingle in the
hen village of Indianapolis , and
lad worked by his side during the
veary years that precede all pro-
'essional successes , the true and
iteadfast wife , the faithful and
strong mother , the helpmeet in the
jenuine scriptural sense , has been
aken , and the life of the man who
ms mounted so high in the esti-
nation of his countrymen , is made
lesolate in the midst of the honors
hat have been conferred upon him ,
md nothing can replace the loss ,
in the words of "Whitelaw Beid to
lis neighbors and friends at Iii-
lianapolis. "May. the God of our
fathers be with him. " Journal.
Democrats Will Fuse.
1 From the Kansas ( Mtv Stnr.1
OMAHA , Neb. , Oct. 25. Gover
nor Boyd , who advanced the iclei
in California in August that Ne
braska democrats should vote foi
populist electors and so throw th <
election of president in to the house
and assure Cleveland's success
later conferred with the nationa
committee and gained their ap
proval and has sent out 20,00 (
personal letters asking democrats
to so vote. Dr. Miller , who was r
member of the national committee
has consulted with that body and
sent out a score of men to advise
democrats to the same effect , h
meeting to learn the feeling or
the subject of withdrawing the
entire democratic ticket was held
last night. Leaders of the party
from all over the state were pre
sent. The discussion was heated.
One element desired to keep all
candidates in the field to encourage
the party elsewhere. Others fav
ored abandoning the field. It was
decided , after a stormy discussion ,
to postpone the matter until a few
days before election. It is stated
that the whole ticket will be with
THE repeal of the prohibitive
tax on wild cat bank notes is be
ginning to be openly urged by the
democrats because they insist that
the tax -unconstitutional. . "
Ihis is characteristic of the de
mocracy. The supreme court of
; he United States has already
passed on that point , and it is safe
; o say that the supreme bench
vill never be constituted as to
igree with the democratic party on
his proposition. Journal.
THE republican part } * in this
will win on election day be-
: ause it stands up for Nebraska
; nd stands by the principles it
> rofesses without fusion or trade
r dicker of any kind. V ile the
ither two parties are at sea and
toth hying to get in the same
oat , there will be enough voters
rom both these parties which are
ick and tired of such exhibitions ,
o cany the republican ticket to
uccesseven though the republi-
ans themselves should not have
lie votes in themselves. Call.
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Established 1886. Strictly One Price.
FALL AND WINTER 92-93.
We are prepared to
show our stock of
Chilclrens , Boys Youths and Mens
Overcoats , Suits , Pants , Goats & Vests ,
Furnishing Goods , Hats and Caps.
In every department we make a spec
ialty of the Medium and the Best class of
goods ; we also carry a line of Lower Price
goods , which are "much better" than the
goods usually sold at same prices.
DONT BE HUMBUGGED !
DONT BUY TRASH !
DONT BUY OLD STOCK !
SUCH STUFF IS DEAR AT ANY PRICE.
We offer you selections from an entire
new stock and at Lowest Prices.
MeCook , Neb. JONAS ENGEL , Manager.
CURTIS & BATES
For a Clean Shave on
% s = An Artistic Hair Cut.
REAR OF CITIZENS BANK.
McCOOK. - - NEBRASKA.
There are those who are mean enough
to hint that Mr. Sheridan's peoples'
partyisra is only skin deep. They say
that when he helped Root run the
grange store he was a democrat , but
when there was no more Hoot , no more
prange store and no more trade , he
L. LOWMAN & SON.
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