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WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,
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F. M. & E. ' M. KIMMELL ,
: EDITORS and PUBLISHERS ,
. THE Chicago , Burlington & Quincy
Bnilroad Company lias1 adopted the
central time.
THE President has accepted Major
' -Nickcrson's resignation and rather
willingly we opine.
THE New York World says , the
.Tcwksbury tanyard can now resume
( r busincss.under cultured auspices.
' TEN tons 'of canary birds from the
. Ilartz mountains passed through Oma
ha , Monday , on their journey to San
Francisco.
MOKE sad details of the terrible storm
on the lakes last Sunday , are still being
received. The number of lives lost'is
still increasing.
THE new standard time wenC fnto
effect in New York City , at noon , Sun
day. The changes on all public clocks
in large blocks excited 'much interest.
EVEN though Chicago evidently has
the "drop" ' on St. Louis , the last men
tioned city's taxable property , real and
personal has increased $20,000,000 in
the last year , being $210,000,000.
A MONSTEU trial begins in Hungary
shortly , the prisoners being three per
sons accHsetf of participating in the
recent anti-Jewish riots. To prove the
guilt of the prisoners , 1400 ? witnesses
. will be called.
, TliE Woman's Tribune of the 1st
contains the following paragraph :
"Miss Anthony has returned. " We
are certainly in "hard luck. " We ex
pected better things of Susan B. after
her European travels.
IT is believed in London that the
prosecution intends to treat the case of
O'Donnell as one of ordinary murder ,
and nothing of a political nature will
be introduced , unices render necessary
by the mode of defense.
THE sensational liars of the press
have taken the bones of Abraham Lin
coln for their latest foot-ball. Some
judicious assassinations in the vicinity
of Springfield would be hailed with de
light all over the civilized world.
EIGHT thousand peopTc attended the
sale of short-horns at Dexter Park ,
Chicago , recently. The drafts were
from the herds of T. Corwin Anderson ,
of Kentucky , and C. M. Clark , -of Min
nesota. Fair prices were realized.
THE Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul
company have given formal notice that
they will withdraw from the Omaha
pool at the expiration of 30 days. Has
squared accounts with the pool , and
will henceforth "go it alone" for the
Northwestern traffic. Intense excite
ment prevails in railroad circles , and a
fierce war of rates is anticipated.
WE have an item of a good deal of
importance to good looking ladies. A
millionaire of Baltimore lost his wife
a few years ago , and that good woman
on her deathbed requested her husband
to take care of three female friends of
her ? . He did so , and when he died the
other day he left $60,000 each to two
of them and $40,000 to the third. He
explained that he cut the third short
$20,000 because once , when he tried
to kiss her. boxed his car. The lesson
should not be lost. Topics Man.
THE Republicans of Massachusetts
don't know any more than a grey hound
the writer once owned. He had a dead
ly hatred of skunks and never lost an
opportunity of killing one. Afterward
he would go out to the carcass every
day and give it a good shaking up as
long as the remains lasted. This no
doubt afforded the dog a great deal of
satisfaction and probably kept him free
of fleas , but it made him an undesira
ble domestic companion. So with the
Massachusetts Republicans. They arc
not satisfied with having killed old Ben
Butler , but jro out every day and shake
tip the remains , to the great detriment
of the atmosphere and the general
discomfort. JournaL
WE issue a supplement , this week ,
containing affidavits and statements
from our Land Officers , C. E. Moore ,
I. J. Starbuck , Page T. Francis , Galen
Baldwin ; and in fact all the parties
which the Bee and Herald charged as
concerned in the so-called Stinking
Water land frauds. Tliepe affidavits
and statements speak for themselves ,
and are so 'complete , as to require
nothing by way of explanation from
us. Let our readers give them a care
ful and * candid perusal , and judge for
themselves.
THE adopting of a uniformity in time
by the various railroad companies moy
lead to a .reform that will certainly beef
of great importance to them and no
doubt to the people at large. The
proper adjustment of time will be of
infinite advantage. It has been care
fully studied and planned by those in
charge of the responsible business of
railroad transportation , prompted by
considerations' of safety to millions of
lives committed to their charge , and a
strong desire to prevent confusion and
disaster resulting from varying and
conflicting standards. *
The departure , innovation or revolu
tion , as you may term it , has met with
some opposition , but the plan adopted
seems so complete within itself that we
see no reason why it will not be uni
versally adopted. The new system di
vides our country from ocean to ocean
in five different parts , each part or di
vision representing fifteen degrees , em
bracing from CO to 120. The first is
the GOth meridian line. The eastern
division is the 75th line , passing through
Central New York , East Pennsylvania
near Philadelphia , and striking the
ocran at Cape May. The 90th passes
through Wisconsin , Northern Illinois ,
near St. Louis. West Tenncssoc , Missis
sippi and near New Orleans to the Gulf.
The 105th o mountain line , passes
through the far western , and the 120th
through the Pacific states and territor
ies. The difference in time between
the two extremes is about five hours ,
and the Standard time from terminal
railway points in each upon which cal
culations and adjustments are made by
the change adopted and comprehended
in the uniform space of thirty minutes ,
which will be the greatest difference
between local and standard time. The
divisions are called inter-colonial , Eas
tern , Central , 'Mountain Pacific time.
The time in use here will be known as'
the Central , and based on the 90th
meridian , which is nine minntes slower
llian Chicago solar time.
COL. A. K. McCLURE , the dignified
editor of The Philadelphia Times , has
been arrested for libeling a man by the
inoffensive name of Smith. The Col-
inel seems to have retrosraded _ consid-
rf
3rably since his visit to the Louisville
Exposition. It is beyond our compre-
lension how any man who has held up
i pair of sevens against Henry Watter-
ion's three queens could so far forget
liraselt as to slander a humble and in
tensive member of the meek and low-
y Smith family.
THE Secretary of State of Illinois ,
las licensed the Chain of Rocks Bridge
iompany , which propose to bridge the
Mississippi river ten miles above the
5g St. Louis bridge. The capital stock
s $2,000,000. The project is believed
o be in the interest of the Gould lines
ind the Chicago "and Alton Railroad
Company.
Jusx now , as winter is setting' in ,
he Apaches have concluded to surren-
ler to Crook and come into their res-
Tvation. When the spring time comes
hese well-fed gentle scalpers will pull
their tags and steal away with their
ionics and go on the war path.
THE Superintendent of West Point
Academy calls attention in his report
o the increased frequency and brutali-
y of hazing there , He advocates a
ystem of summary punishment for
ffeuders.
GL ANItfos from EXCHANGES
ADMIRAL POUTER says that our navy
now is "mostly officers and water. "
HENRY WATTERSON says Tom Ochil-
tree is "half horse and half alligator. "
BELVA Locfcwoon , the female law
yer , says that "man follows no vocation
in which woman cannot succeed if given
a chance. " We would'like to see Belva
with a pair of spikes in her heels shin
ning up nn eighty-foot telegraph pole.
THE Hon. Win. F. Cody will be
pleased to learn that a gang of boy
thieves in Chicago have named them
selves "The Buffalo Bill Gang. " Some
body will yet mime a paper collar after
Mr. Cody , and then his fame will be
established.
Additional Locals
Meeting of Teachers' Association.
The Red Willow County Teachers'
Association will meet at Indianola ,
November 30th and December 1st ,
1883. Exercises to conuncnco at 2
o'clock , P. M. , Friday , and close on
Saturday , at 12 o'clock , A. M. This
meeting is in accordance with the unan
imous vote of the Teachers attending
Institute last summer , and I trust every
Teacher in the county will make earn
est effort to be present.
The Executive Committee have ar
ranged for part of the program a Lit
erary Entertainment by the Teachers
to be given on Friday evening. For
Friday afternoon and Saturday fore-
loon , the following topics have been
assigned : Physiology , Language tench-
ing , Decimals , and the "Metric Sys
tem ; " also , several discussions.
This session of the Association prom
ises to be unusually interesting and
profitable , and I would urge upon the
teachers a fooling of personal respon
sibility regarding it ; it is their meet
ing ; the stimulus and improvement
which each may di-rivc , and be able to
take to the school room should be much
more than the little time and trouble
required. And I would respectfully
request the school boards of the several
districts where schools are in session ,
to permit the teachers to attend the
Association without loss of time , this
will not only be encouragement to at
tend , but put them under obligation to
do so. All school officers , and others
interested , are cordially invited to be
present. Respectfully ,
C. L. NKTTLETON ,
President of Association.
McCook , Nov. in , 1883.
GIVEN AWAY !
One Thousand Betties of Marsh's Golden
den Blood and Liver Tonic
to be Given Away.
Everybody in McCook , who is suffer
ing from Scrofula , Chronin Rheuma
tism , Jaundice , Biliousness , Dyspepsia ,
Costiven ess , Headache , Loss of Appe
tite , Backache , Female Weakness , Ner
vous Derangement , General Debility ,
or any Blood , Liver , Kidney , Stomacher
or Bowel disorder can obtain a trial
bottle of MARSH'S GOLDEN BLOOD &
LIVER TONIC , free of charge , by calling
at S. L. Green's drug store , McCook.
Persons who have tried this valuable
medicine can procure the large bottles
at 50 cents and $1. It purifies the
Blood , invigorates the Liver , Stomach
ind Bowels , regulates the Kidneys , and
strengthens the system.
For all diseases of the Throat and
Lungs use MARSH'S GOLDEN BALSAM ,
the great cough remedy. Sample bottle
tle free.
Republican Valley.
A writer in the Burlington Hawkcye
iends the following paragraph as the
csult of his observation in crossing this
> tate : "Nebraska again rejoices in the
ibundance of her harvests ; the fields ,
storehouses and cribs along the line
rerify the assertion. But the crowning
tlory of her fruitfulness is not beheld
mtil we reach the Republican valley ,
vhere the corn fields fairly groan under
he burden they are carrying. The
ands in this valley and vicinity are be-
ug rapidly taken up by settlers , whose
uodcst little cottages are thickly strewn
hrough the valley , and dot gently
loping hillsides for miles back from
he riven
NOTICE.
All monies due the TRIBUNE for sub
scription come by the terms of the sale to
me. Parties who know themselves to be in
arrears for subscription will be warmly
received at any time , if they come cash
in hand. F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , _
Publishers.
Wanted.
To buy four claims ( or deeded land )
with WATER and TIMBERin , * Red Wil
low county. No fancy prices paid.
Address G.G. BURTON
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22-tf. Hastings , Neb.
NOTICES OF COMPLAINT.
U.S.Lund Ofllcc. McCook. Neb. . I
September A'lth , 1W } . \
Complaint having been entered lit thNoflleo
l > y Je.-'se Webb against Clay Hall for fniluro to
comply with law as to timber culture entry
123. dated at North I'lutte. Neb. , May I ? . 1874 ,
upon the cast H northwest h section 20. town
ship : ! north , range ! Ml west , in lied Willow
county , Nebraska , with a view to the cancel
lation of said entry ; contestant alleging that
said Hall ha-s wholly abandoned said tract ;
that he failed to plant to forest trees , seeds or
cuttings , any part of said tract at any time
since making said entry , and that there arc-
now no trees of any kind growing on said
tract ; the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at this olliee on thelld day of Decem
ber , 18SI , at Id o'clock , A. M. . to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
fallurre. Sl-lt. (1. L. LAWS , Register.
T. J. Starbuck , Att'y for contestant.
U. S. LAND OEKICK , McCocnc , NKK. ,
October 27th. 1KSJ. f
Complaint h'avinfbcen entered at this ofllco
by Allen A. I'hllllppl against George Day , for
failure to comply with law as to timber cul
ture entry 1S . dated at North Plat.to , Nob. '
January 1st , 1880 , upon the northeast lt section
2. township 2 , north , range 2 ! , west , in Red
Willow county. Neb. , with a view to the can
cellation of said entry ; contestant alleging
that aaid George Day has failed to break live
acres or any part of said tract , during- the llrst ,
second and third years of his entry ; that he
has failed to plant trees , seeds or cuttings , on
5 acres , or any part of said tract , from .Ian. 1 ,
1882 to Jan. 1.18SI. The said parties are hereby
summoned to appear at this oillee on the nth
day of December , 1883 , at 10 o'clock , A. M. , to
respond and furnish testimony concerning
suid alleged failure.
22-U. G. L. LAWS. Register.
U. S. LandOHice. McCook. Neb. , I
November fith. 18 3. f
Complaint having1 been entered at this office
by Clark G. Potter against Ira Miller foraban-
donlng his homestead entry JS3J. dated at
North Platte , Neb. . . Inly 1. ISSO.upon the north
east H section 15. township 3 north , range 30
west , in Red Willow county. Neb. , with a view
a view to the cancellation of said entry ; the
Paid parties are hereby summoned to appear
at this ollice on the 10th day of December , 18S3.
at 10 o'clock , A. M. . to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged ahanpou *
incut. 23-4t. G. L. LAWS. Register.
U.S. Land Ollice. McCook. Neb. , I
October l ! th.l8K5. f
Complaint having' been entered at this oflice
by Ulysses E. Fox against ItHey Smith , for
abandoning his homestead entry 2012 , dated at
North Platte , February 25. 1880 , upon the south
east S section 14 , township IS. north , range 2 ! > ,
west , in Red Willow county. Nebraska , with a
view to , the cancellation of said entry ; the
said parties are hereby summoned to appear
at this olliee on the 2M day of November , 18S5 ,
at 10 o'clock , A. M. . to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged abandon
ment. 21-4t. ft. L. LAWS , Register.
U. S. LAXII OFFICK , McCcos. NKII. , I
OoTiMiKi:27tii , 1H8J. f
Complaint having been entered at tbN otHce bj
Mary Annie. McCotler against John M. Henry. f >
abandoning bis Imiiiestead entry IS.Vi , dated at Xortl
I'Jatte , Xeh. , January 1st , 1SSO. upon the wctt ' ,
foutlin put Ji M'etlon 1 1 , and west ' * northwest '
section U. townsblp 3. north , range 30. west. In Red
Willow county , Xeb. , with n view to the eanccllatloi
of said cntrv : the said parties are hereby siiminonei
to appear at this ollice on the Slh day of December
1883 , at 10 o'clock , A. M. , to respond and furnish tea
tlmony concerning said alleged abandonment.
2'.Mt. G L. LAWS. Heater.
U. S. L xn OFFICE. McCoos ,
NOVEMIJKU 3rd , 1883. f
Complaint having been entered at tilts ollice 1 > >
James Hoblnson against Condall.Donovin for faliurt.
to comply with law as to timber culture entry 549 ,
dated at North Platte , Xeb. , April 10..1879. upon the
northeast quarter section 33 , township 4 , north , ratine
S3 , west. In IScd Willow county , Xeb. , with n ilew
to the cancellation of said entry ; contestant alleging
that said Donovan has failed to cultivate 5 acres or
any part of Mild tract , from April 10,18.Si , to April 10 ,
ISS3 ; that he has failed to plant to trees , seeds , or
: uttlnfs , 5 acres , or any part of It , required to be MI
planted fr m April lU , 1882. to April 10 , IShJ , and U
this date ; that heha failed tocare foror cultivate the
5 acres p'anted to tree-seeds In 1832. The suid par
ties arc hereby summoned to appear at this oflice , the
; th day of December , 1SP3 , at 11 o'clock , A. M. , to
res-pond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged
failure. 23-Jt. U. L. LAWS. Register.
U. S L.VXW OFFICE. MCCOOK. XEH. , I
XOVKJIBEI : 3rd. 18S3. |
Complaint having bocn entered at this office by
lames llubinson against Conda H. Donovan , for aban-
lonlng his homestead entry 1004 , d.iled at North
'In11' . Xeb. , April lU , 1879 , upon thu southeast < uiar-
er section 33 , township4 , north , range 29 , west. In
{ ed Willow county , Xeb. , with a view to the cancel-
atlon of Mild entry ; the s > : ild parties arc hereby suin-
imuni to appear at this otlicc on thu 7th day of Ie-
: ember , lass , at 10 o'clock. A. M. . to respond and
urnlnh testimony concerning said alleged abaudon-
nent. 23-4t. G. L. LAWS , Itvgtatvr.
sl
U. S. LAND OFFICE , McCoOK. XEB , )
XOMIMIIEIS 19th. 18 ! > : S. f n
Complaint haIng been entered at this ollice by "JJ
iVIUIam Mclntyre against John Volak for abaudou- '
tig his homestead entry 1623 , dated at North 1'latte ,
fen. , October 17. 1879 , upon the south-east J4 nortti-
i-e.u and lots 3 , 4 and S , section 6 , townsblp 3 ,
lorth , range 23 west. In Keel Willow county , Xeb. .
rlth a tew to the cancellation of raid entry ; the
aid panics arc hereby summoned to appear at this
illlce on the 4th day of January , l88t , at 11 o'clock ,
V. M. , to rep iid and furnlih testimony concerning
aid alleged abandonment. G. L. LAWS.
23-4t. ItegUter.
U. S. LAXI > OFFICE , MCCOOK ,
XOVEMIIEB 19rii
Complaint Iiavlng been entered at this olliee by
obn McCotler njralnst Xathan McCIure for failure
o comply with law as to timber-culture entry 711 ,
atcd at Xorth I'lntte , Xeb. . May 2C , 1879 , upon the
outhwcbt } . ( fcctlon 4 , townihlp 3 , north.-range 'M
rest. In Hed Willow county. Neb. , with u view to
he caucellatlou of said entry ; contestant alleging nt
hat said McUlurc has failed to cultivate to first or ntc
erond 5 acres at any time since the tlrst day of ai
leeember up to this date ; that he has failed to aie
lmt the name to trees , seeds or cuttings at any time If
Ince December , 18S1 ; that said tract Is growing up
i ) weeds and grass , the said parties are hereby um- ii
loned to appear at this ollice on the 23th day of 41
Jecember , 1SSJ , at III o'clock , A. M. . to respond and 41h
urnlth testimony concerning said rllcued failure. Ol
25-4t. G. I. . LAWS. Register. OlV
FINAL PEOOF NOTICES.
Land Office at McCook , Xeb. . Xov. 7 , 183.
Is hereby elvcn that the follun Ing m > med
cttler has filed notice of his intention to make final m
roof In support of his claim , that said proof will be o
lade before Register and Receiver at McCook. Xeb. . r
n Saturday. December 13 , 18 . viz. : William J , e
leKlllIp , heir ol Daniel McKIUIp , deceased , D. S. (
119. for the northeast ' * northeast 'A tcctiou 34 , and br
t rtn J- northwest yand southeast ? ! northwest Ja sc
: ccion35 , township C north , range 3 nest. He names scH (
ic following witnesses to prove his continuous resl- hi
cnce upon , and cultivation of , said land , viz. : Dan- ti <
:1 : Doyle , Box Elder , Xeb. . Montgomery Doylp , tiMi
hornburg , Xeb. , Alonzo Cercft * and Michael Coons < ri
arrlco , X b. 23-Gt. UL. . LAWS Register.
r
LAND OFKICB , McCooK , NKIJ. , I
November 7th , 1XM. t
Notice is hereby given that the following
limned settler has llled notice of his Intention
to make tlntil proof in support of his clulni.
and thutBUhl proof will bo made betore W' '
tor mid Ileculverut Mefook. Nob. , bittunluj.
.December 13th , 18KJ. vlLmnan.V Howe. U.
S. 2 , for lot 1. section Jfi. township .J. nnrt ° f
range ao , west. He names the following w t-
ncsttod to prove his continuous residence upon.
and cultivation of. said land , vi/- : l' fO ]
Francis , William McManlga . Adoljih Heisch-
ick and Philip Welch , all of McCoolc , Neb.
I.J.STAiua-cic. 0. L. LA.WM , H
Claimant's Attorney.
Land Oillcc at MeCook , Ncb..Oct 2 , . ISM.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
uiiinud settler has llled notice of his intention
tonmkollnul proof In support of his claim ,
and that said proof will bo made before Regis
ter and Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Friday ,
December 7th , 18S1. viz. : John AN hittaker.
homestead 80S. for the southeast H southwest
> .i , southwest h southeast i. and lots 8. ! ) and
10 , section : , township a , north , ntnge 2i > .wcst.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his i
continuous residence upon and cultivation or. '
said land , viz. : C. L. Ncttlcton. John O. Eaton. ,
Henry H. I'lckcns and Nephemlah Hurtiessr |
all of McCook , Neb.
.M5t. G. L. LAWS. Register. J.
Land OHlec , McCook , Neb. , Oct. 27.1SSJ. \
Notice Is hereby given that thu following- (
named settler lias llled notice of Ins intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will bo made before Regis
ter and Rccciverat McCook. Neb..on Saturday ,
December 8th. 1SSI , viz. : William S. llye. I ) , t- .
'CMS. for the south'J northwest i and lot- * '
and I , section : . ' , township 2 , north , range ) .
west. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon , and cul
tivation of , said land , viz. : William S. riteh ,
William T. Stone. Matiiew H. Johnston , of Mc
Cook , and Charles U. Iloag , of Indlanola. Netj.
SMit. O. L. LAWS. Register.
Land Oflice at McCook , Neb. , Oct. 17. ! > ! .
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has Hied notice of his intention
to make- limit proof in support in it's claim ,
and that said proof will be made before Reg-
ster and Receiver at McCook. Nob. , on Satur
day , Nov. Mill , If-'KI. viz : Catherine Snyder. for
the.-outheast'i section IS , township : i. north
of range 29. west. She names the following- '
witnesses to prove her continuous residence
upon , and cultivation of. said land , vlJos. .
A. Snyder. 1'ageT. Francis , William Mitchell
and John H. Evert , all of McCook , Neb.
; .1Mit. G. L. LAWS. Register.
Land Ollice at McCook. Nob..Oct. 5,1SKJ.
Notice Is hercbv given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will l e nindo before Regis
ter and Receiver at McCook , Nob.on Monday ,
Dec. : ? . 18K.viz : Israel Wood , I > S. No.HOD" ,
lor the east > . ' northeast 'i section 21 and west.
Yt northwest section 22 , township . north ,
range sK ) , west. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of , said land , vl/ : Jasper T.
T\vi s , Lysander J.Twiss. Frank M. Marshall
and ( ! eo. W. Warner , all of Laird. Neb.
iwt. G. L. LAWS. Register.
*
Land Ollice at McCook , N b. , Oct. S5.1SSI. t J
Notice is herebv given that the following- - - . I
named settler has Hied notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and that cald proof will be made before Register - 7
ter and Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Monday < /
December H. 18S5. viz : Jasper T. Tw Js . 1) . S.
number 172 for the west y- northwest J4 & wo.-t
' . southwest ; .i s-ection 15. townships , north ,
range 2 ! ) west. He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous residence upon
und cultivation of. said land , viz : Lys-ander
T. Roberts , Israel Wood , Frank M. Marshall
; ind John Ackerson , all of Laird. Neb.
2Mit. G. L. LAWS , Register.
Land Ollice. Mi-Cook. Neb. , Oct. 2 ! . 1SK ) .
Notice is licreby given that the following-
named settler has Hied notice of his intention f
to make linal proof in support of his claim ,
itnd that said proof will be made betore Regis-
t r and Receiver at McCook. Neb. , on Monday ,
December 10th. 1KSI. vi/ . : Nicholas White.-cl.
II. K. HJJ , for the northeast 'i southeast't sec-
Jon I i , and west's northwes-t ! i and northwest
14 southwest'i section : n , township 15. north , _
range 28. west , lie names the following wit- *
; ieses to prove liis continuous residence upon ,
md cultivation of , said land , viz. : William W.
h'ishcr , McCook , Neb , Hezekiah M. As-hiiion- ,
rndianola. Neb. . William 1 . Burns , Danbury.
Veb. . William I'orkins , Red Willow , Neb.
22-iit. G. L. LAWS , Regi.-ter.
I -iiid Office . McCook- > ! > . , Oct. 1L , 18TO. '
Xotlcp I hiTChy given that tlip followlne named
cltlcr has tiled notice of Ills Intention to inakf tlnal
iroof In supiHirt ( if lilii cliilin , and tliat i-alil proof will ,
it ! inadu liefore ItrgUtcr and ftct-chcr at McCoolr. (
Ccl ) . . on Monday. November Sfi , 188. ! . viz. : Henry I. . '
ateh , Osliorn , Xeb. , hoinei'lemi 2217 , for the west " 3
, ortliei > t J southeast Jj northeast Jf and nirlu-itt
1 ( outlicai J section 13 , township A , north of range
I. west. He names tlie following wltiies-.r- jiroic
15 eniinuoii residence upon , and cultivation of ,
nld land , viz. : William lleaeli. Olher 1' . Fntrlmnb.
lennls JlcKllllp and Michael McKIUIp. all of Tliurn-
urg , Xeb. 20-Ct. . L. LAWS , Register.
LandOIficc at McCook. Kcb. . Oct. 22,18st. :
Xotleo Is licreby given that the following named
littler lias tiled notice of lilw Intention to make flnal
roof In support of Ills claim , und tli.it nald proof f <
'HI be made before ISegNter and Receiver at Me- \ .
ook , Neli. , on Saturday , December 8. IbW , viz : It
ii-orge llugclnx. bomestcad number 17.M for tlic I ,
juth 4 northwest Jf and lots s and 4. section 1 , | <
\vn lilp 1 north , range 29 , wot. He names tfcc '
illowlng witnesses to prove his continuous renldenci ; I
pen , and cultivation of. s ild land , vlCeotgi ; ( .
owler , Tboinas II. Cat , Hpliniini Green and I
oliert S. Cooley , all of StotiRbton. Xeb.
21-Gt. U. L. LAWS , Register
I ind Office at McCook , Xeb. . Oct. 1C , 18S5.
Notice. N hereby given tliat the following named
ittlerlias Hied notice of hi * Intention to make flnal
roof In support of his elalm , and that said proof will .
2 made before Register and Uccclx er at McCook , 'l
'eb. . on Tiie < d.iy. December Ith , 1S83 , ilz. : Thuniss i
. Arringtun. homestead sso , for tlie north Y north- i
ist Jt and nonh Y northwest l section 154. town- /
ilp H. north , rangw2a. wet. . UK names the follow- "
g wltne > aes > to prove hli continuous re-idence upon
id ciiltlxatlon of. Said l nd. vU. : William II. Doyle ,
) hn II. Evert , Rlehanl Johnson and George K. Hns- \ j
ill , all of McCook , Neb. f
-l-Ct. ( J. L. LAWS. Kegtotcr. jj
Land Ollice. McCook , Neb. , Oct. 2i. ! 18S1. . f'
Notice is hereby given that the following- [ <
limed settler has tiled notice of his intention , '
unake tinal proof in support of his claim.
. , . . . , ,
OV.II.JLA iini , 4ci , IA. un.ur JHUKIIIlg ,
. S. .Tifcrj , for the northwest Jj , section ! , town-
lip : } , north , range 2t ! , west. He names tlie
illowing witnesses to prove his continuous
isidence upon , and cultivation of. said land , i
: / : Vernon Tlioman. Lyman Miller , Uelle \ \
ickling and Richard Congdon. all of McCook. ! '
cb. 22-Ct. G. L. LAWS , Register.
Land Office at McCook , Neb. , Nov. 7.
Notice is hereby given that the foliowin-
uncd settler has filed notice of his intention
i make linal proof in support of his claim
id that said proof will be made before Re"Is-
r and Receiver at McCook , Neb. , on Satur-
ty. December 2 * . l ! < 83 , viz : John Farlev f
cCook , Neb. , D. S. 2rt G. for the south n north I
i st li and north Yt south east K. section 2.1 ; 1
ivnshipS , north , range 50 west. He names 'I
e following witnesses to prove his continu-
is residence upon , ami cultivation of. said
ml. viz . John McCotler , James McCothr.
illmm McManigal , Anthony Clilf. all or M.C-
> ok. Neb. G. L. LAWF.
i4-6t- Register.
, it
Land OfHce at McCook , Neb. . Nor.20.1SSI. }
Notice i < * hereby given that the following
uned settler has flli-d notice of hU intention ,
make linal proof tu support of his claim ,
id that sai I proof will be made before Re-is-
r or Receiver at McCook. Neb. , on Frid v
; cember 28th , 18t .viz : Reuben H. Trow'
Idge , homestead 1006 , fop the north-ea < t
ction 19 , township a. north of range 2U west
e names the- ?
thefollowing witnesses to proves -
s continuous residence upon , and cuiti\-a-
mof.said lam } , viz : J ohn Farley. Williaire \
G. L , LAWS , Register , ,
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