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STEVENS &BARE, Editors and Props SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1885. Republican Ticket. STATE. For Judge of the Supreme Court. Amasa Cobb. For Becents of the University, Leayitt Bubnham, Charles H. Gere, COUNTY. For County Clerk, JOHN E. EVANS. ForTreasurer, CHARLES E. OSGOOD. For Sheriff, CLINTON L. PATTERSON. For County J udge, JOSEPH S. HOAGLAND. For Supt. Public Instruction, J. I. NESBITT. For Sarveyor, IRVINE A FORT. For Coroner, E. J. HUNTINGTON. For County Commissioner. W. H. DUDLEY. For Assessor, North Platto Precinct, G. T. A. NIXON. rsFor Justices of the Peace, JOHN" ITAWLET, J. D. JACKSON. For Constables. D. A. BAKER, MILLARD HOSTLER. ANNOUNCEMENTS . COUNT? JUDGE. The undersigned hereby announces himself to the voters of Lincoln county as a candidate for County Judge at the November election and asks of his fellow citizens their consideration and their votes. L. Stebbins. COUNTY. SUPEniNTENDENT. I hereby announce myself as candidate for re election to the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction of Lincoln county, subject to the ap proval of the voters at the election to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3d, 1885,, Respectfully, M. S. Honk. COVSTT OOIDIISSIOKEH. At the solicitation of many friends, I hnve consented to become a candidate for the office of county commissioner at the approaching county election, and respectfully solicit the votes of all who are in favor of an honest, impartial and economical administration of county affairs. James Belton. For the first timd probably in the history of this county the Republican and Democratic parties have each made straight party nominations for the various county offices, and this paper has no personal warfare to wage against candidates on either ticket, or against those running independent. The Republican nominations were made fairly, without trick or chicanery, and if pnrty discipline is to be counted for anything there is no good reason . why they should not receive the preference by all who took part in ike primaries or convention. The peculiar situation of national politics demands a cessation of factional quarrels, here as well as elsewhere, ' -and the presentation of a-solid front Jfco the common enemy. In doing this the minority must submit to the .majority, galling though it may be, and take the first steps towards inaugurating an era of harmony and good feeling in party councils. -'The Republican candidates are ' 'certainly the peers of those on the opposing ticket, and so far as qualification is concerned in many respects superior. In voting Re publicans should bear in mind that the election of any portion of the Democratic ticket will be heralded broadcast as a Democratic victory and have its weight in increasing the strength of that party, not only in this State but in doubtful States where votes cannot be thrown away. Will we do this? Will we, as in times past, continue to knife our own men and elect Democrats to office? We think not. We have ah abiding faith that Republicans of Lincoln county will for once do their duty and fall into line as a solid Republican county. TEO-MONOPOL.Y SCREEDS." The following is an extract from the Peckham correspondence of the Gothenburg Independent: "If The Lincoln County Tri bune could hear some of its friends in this section howl for Van Wyck it might be persuaded to draw its pro-nionopoty screeds a little milder. The average farmer maybe slightly mixed on profound questions of political economy, but he is apt to know who it is that gets the benefit of half his labor without returning any appreciable benefit." The above is a fair sample of the anti-monopoly demagogues argu ment. Without making any positive aasertions, he desires to create the -impression that somebody or some thing is trying to rob the fanners; keep them poor and ignorant and prevent thera from reaping the benefit of their honest toil; at the same time declaring himself their especial champion and friend. Not -among the least of these is Yan Wyck, after whom the above corres pondent desires to pattern. We suppose the person or thing referred to as getting the benefit of half the farmer's . labor without returning any appreciable benefit i the Union Pacific Railway company. We take that as the case for the sake of argument, for we know of no other person who is accus ed of taking half the people's earnings. Laying aside the question as to whether the company is con ferring any "appreciable benefit" upon the people of Lincoln cpuntyr let us see wherein they are taking half the farmer's earnings. Did the correspondent or anv other person ever ship a bushel of gn by rail out of Lincoln county? Was tnere ever a car ot corn, or hogs, or produce of any kind shipped from this countv. No, for the home market has always been higher than any market outside and per fectly independent of the railroad company. You can get to-day one dollar for every bushel of wheat you nave to sen, nearly twice as much as it will bring in Lincoln or Omaha, and proportionate rates for rn, potatoes and other produce. Yet the railroad company according to our friend is getting the benefit of half the farmer's labor without returning any appreciable benefit. We do not propose to defend the company for making excessive rates, which they do on some things, and which with others we are workin g have reformed, but is it not a fact that the farmer s of Nebraska ive longer and enjoy life better han the average business man with equal capital invested? The government gives him the land and there is not one case in fifty where industry and perseverence is mani fested that he does not make a splendid home surrounded by all the comforts and many of the uxuries of life. As much cannot be said of the small business man' or mechanic in town who is entirely dependent on the farmer. These blatant fellows who howl about the railroads taking half the farmer's earnings "without returning any appreciable benefit" are demagogues and should not receive the encour agement or support of the people. Van Wyck is the chief of these. Constantly finding fault with the l If A AM il existing state or anairs, tney never propose a remedy, but are prolific with monstrous falsehoods and exaggerations. For this reason The Tribune declines to acknowledge them as leaders. - Aooobdotg to the department of agriculture Nebraska this year stands highest as a corn producing State, while Wisconsin, Kansas and Minnesota fall belcw 90. Not only in corn but in other grains and fruits -she stands in the front ranks. Notices of Final Proof. i lid tViA f nl 1 nvinfirnaZBi mr.-5tfwk i m rwnmi ui on mm - - a weighed ajriffle over forty pounds. aiffvMM The head alone, when severed from SbenSe fTr&L$w H T1 ?i 3 nAnmJ0 SEw-of the TJ. & IdOfficej North Flatte, hunters - from' Kansas, 'who were encamped at this nlace last week shot a huge catfish in the shallow cnannels of the river, wmcn T-- it i xiusaiujsjsx y eland nas an nounced that he -will nok' receive any more visitors who call for the purpose ot urging the appointment of some one to office, alleging that too mucn ot nis time is ocenpied in tnatway. The average Democrat would like to know what the d 1 he is there tor if it is not to hear their applications for office. Roscoe Conkling is anxious to do something for the election of Mr. Davenport in New York but wants the committee to first invite him. If Lord Roscoe wants to do any thing for the partv which for several vears past he h much to defeat, let him volun W like a sensible man, as others do, and his efforts will be properly appreciated. The selection of a new civil service commission is-, a duty that Cleveland probably finds about as perplexing as-any matter he has had to consider, democratic authori ties asserting that hp is train rr fn make a great improvement on Mr. Eaton's board. He will appoint two Democrats, representative party men, and one Republican, but whether this latter will be a mug wump or a straight paftizan is nnf. known. Now is Cleveland's nnnn. tunity to reward the verv hnnorv and very thirsty Curtiss, Judge Btjckwaltkr Knsf.niTiA.-i tim injunction restraining the countv clerk from issuing certificates to the four democratic senators claiming to be elected from Hamilton county to the Ohio Legislature. The case is now in the circuit court, com posed of three judges. The ground on which the injunction is asked is because dUU traudulent ballots cast in excess of the number of registered voters. The fraud is so plain that any one who accepts a certificate under the circumstances should be convicted for aiding and abetting crime. and was as ugly a looking maw as one micrht wish to see. It is probably the largest fish ever taken from the river this far up. Kenesaw Times. S"V"XL-ivvmhr 10th IMS. Tie: FrodenoJc ae?K Homtid Entry 5406 for lFrtht qnartersection.tom grange Si. lie names uw iouowiug wiuimc. his continuous residence upon acnltiTon of rtd land, via: George Keith, John Shonp and Jnhn Krfth of U'HaUona. PteD., ana wo. Jm of North Platte, Neb. H. M. Oa. il-6 Register. Postmaster Watkins is one of the principal proprietors of the Lincoln uemocrat. tie nas lust been ap- V w ww w ' Notice is hereby given mat ine iouowh settler haa filed notice of hw intention to make final proor in rapport 01 iu pointed postmaster of that Cltv. I Twill'bmado before the Register and He is too important a man to plead tggSffffiZ& "tne baby ct" about what appears rAo1 in hlS paper. Mr. WatkniS IS tionW, towd 10, range 85 west. He nameethe S V. ii nt . 1 :'. :r,araa tn nmrfl his oontinnous resi- imormea in tne most connuennai Tiiniicn of said land yiz: a. "c 111 uou owV A .Gre. ril of- Keith county; P, democrats of this state, or he must stop being postmaster at Lincoln. He must do this or sever his con nection with that naner. The deninand cnltiyation of said W;; O. addiSs North Platte, Neb. H. M. Gbtjies, Eegister. Land Office at North Plntte, Neb., ) fWrwhor lOtli. 1885. f iT-i! j- inwik oimm that, thn fniiOTOinir-namea HDUC6 IB ucicuj &w " . V . . , settlor has filed notice of hw intention to make 7f yj "" tool proof in support of his cla, ana tnat saia Herald Speaks bv the highest proof wmrjernade before the Clerk ot .the Sis. UW ,t At. - " U trict Court of Lofiancoanty, cd., uu.uu,u.. auvuuiibj uuuu mc Bumeub wjicxi i on December 12ui, 1885, viz: anmnei . neeuwuu says that Wffliani P. Vilas, of all SSSSJSSSr1 tue men m tne ca Diner. IS nemaus sonthoast anarter OI tne nonnenBt quarir a 4 riJl. 25. township 17, rango 27, and lot 2, . section uul iuuEiu iiiiiiiiiiiiii'kii i." niiinu I a 1 ? tIT ..so. the most pronounced against factious controversy in this and other states over federal appoint ments. He wants peace, order, the unity of the 'party, and a decent respect for the president and him self in these matters, and no townBhiDl7. rantre 2G. He names Uio following witnesses to prove his continuous residence i upon andcnltiuationof said land, viz:S. M. McMullen and G. E. Keene of Logan, Neb., and George Wiseman and T. (J. UiU ot uarneia, a eu. 404 xi. m. uuuusi, m-'gisief. Land Office at North Platte, Neb., ) October 23d. 1885. J Notice is hereby given that the following-nnmed mn. l,r,o loH nnfini rvf Tiia intpntinn to make postoffice editor Who prostitutes his final proof in rapport of his claim, and tiiat said 1, ... i proof wiU be made before the Register and He- paper. OT position to the promotion of faction in the democratic party has the least right to expect any quarter from him on personal grounds. Omaha Herald. The jury in the case of Ferdin and Ward returned a verdict of ten years in the penitentiary. tit ir -T"hii when Josn Dillings died it was supposed bad spelling died with him, but the Western Echo is positive evidence that it is not the case. Every voter should see his ballot reads for the bonds to bridge North Platte river. To make the matter sure, have the negative carefully erased, or what is better torn off entirely. unly eleven miles ot a gap between the eastern and western ends of the Canada Pacific railway remain to be completed and it is expected the last spike will be driven about the middle of Novem ber. Taking warning from the Northern Pacific there will be no display on this occasion. TTT "1-1 TT TT HON. Jjj. VALENTINE IS prom- mentlv mentioned as a candidate for Governor next year. Mr. Valentine is verv highlv esteemed by Republicans throughout tne State who would be glad to see him nominated. Of all the good men mentioned he is probably the best qualified and will make a Governor orwhoni the people will reel proud. The people out this way at present are for "Val. It is said that President Cleve land is going to adopt the plan of presenting, a boquet to each bride who visits the White House but she must declare herself such. This will no doubt call to mind very forcibly certain incidents connected with the Presidents social life uirJur- f alo and which were quire prominent before during paign. t in tne people tor a the late presidential time cara- Hastlnos nroposes to sink a well twenty-five feet in diameter and one hundred and thirtv-five feet deep to supplv the citv with water. It is estimated that such a hole will supply all the water the city will ever need, in the opinion of the Gazette Journal. The G-. J. is too modest. Hastings is destined to be very large city and such a well 1 Ml ! 1 as is mentioned will quite liKeiy supply the demand for seven or eight years. The trial of Ferdinand Ward, of the late firm of Grant & Ward, New York, commenced on the 25th, on QT-orn n-p monrJ lnrporc ing 871,800 from the Marine hank on a fraudulent check. J. D.j Fish late president of the Marine bank and now serving a ten years? term at Sing Sing, was the first witness and was particularly savage on Ward. Ward will no doubt be sent up for a number of years. At the session of the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F. in Hastings last i ii t it r weeK, tne ionowmg were elected officers for the ensuing year: Gr. Master Arthur Gibson of Fremont. Dep. G. M. Adam Ferguson of North Platte. Gr. War. Geo. H. Cutting of Jiearney, Gr. Sec. D. A. Cline of Lincoln. Gr. Treas. Sam McClay of Lin coln. . ., Gr. Representatives G. T. Hed- n6k of Tecumseh and H. J. Hudson of Columbus. The next session of the Grand Lodge will be held in Lincoln. Down in Arkansas the other day a muraerer naa oeen captured and placed in jail. He was confined in an iron cage in a wooden building. A mob collected and deliberately saturated a part of the building with coal oil and set it on fire and calmly awaited progress. The poor wretch appeared at the grated window and piteously begged the mob to shoot him, but lie was denied this mean privilege and left to perish by the slower and more agonizing process of suffocation. In their heartless massacres the wild savages of the plains were not much more cruel and far less culpable. Such acts are a disgrace to an enlightened people and deserve the severest punishment. Mr. Nye, the brilliant editor of the Omaha Republican, accompanied the railroad cqintaissknTon one of its .recent inspection trips and criticises the manner of doing busi ness quite plainly. - He says. "One of the most objectionable features of the commission's way of procedure is the manner in which it receives the complaints of the people against the railroads. The approach of the commission is announced by wer "telegraph but short time before its arrival and consequently tne people have but little time to formulate theirgrievances. Again the commission make's its trips in the magnificent private cars belong ing to the officials of the road, and spend but a very short time in each town. In Mr. JMye s opinion the - . -rr n -r a fOC a u .1. rl.. ceiver 01 tne u. a. uanu umcnuvxiwui xwhoi xr, nn TUuwnliAi- 1Qfii IRvV viz: Herbert F. Bundy who filed pre-emption declaratory state ment No' 3944 for the southwest quarter section 32, tramHliin 10. ranee 29. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, -viz: Hanford P. Bishop, Wm. W. Votaw, JSU V. votawanu wm Powell, all of Fox Creek, Neb. 40-6 it. Ju. UBE3ES, iiegister. Laud Office at North Platte, Neb., October 1st, 18&4. S Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler has filod notice of her intention to mnko final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver of the U. S. Land Office at North Platte, Nebraska, on November 25th, 1885, viz: Lame A. Cooper who filed declaratory statement number 5284 for the southwest quarter section 28. town ship 10, range 34. She names tho following wit nesses to Drove her continuonH residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: Emma Reynolds and Geonre Streetcr of North Platte. Neb.. John Shay of Congdon, Neb., George Sconeld, Keeler, Nebraska. H. M. Giumes, 37-6 Register. OHAS. F. IDDINGS Succeeding CASH 4b IODINCS. AH Lumber, &c, delivered free- within l iiy i units Office and yard one block west 6f Railroad Hotel, i 1 i . Drugs. Paints. PATENT MEDICINES, Wall Paper. Window Glass. ALEX. F. STREITZ, 9 G-xrac3.-u.Eito ixx Pliarinaoy, Successor to LeFils &. Streitz. The St. Joseph Herald has a very well written article on the plans of the Rock Island company, in which it says that that powerful company will not content itself with the local freight traffic of St Joseph but will io on westward, either bv securing control of the St. Joseph & Western or by building a line of its own. If the Rock Island comes into Nebraska and secures the St. Joe & Western, it will be compelled to push on to the mineral and coal fields of the mountains. It is a road to be encouraged, for it is notoriously liberal in its dealings with 'the people. From Hastings there is an open route on the south side of the Platte to North Platte, and thence up the North Platte river, running right into the very heart of the rich, coal and cattle districts. Land Office at North Platte, Neb., October 1st 1885. ) Notice is hereby given that the following named eettler has hied notice of her intention to mako final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be mwlo before the Register and Receiver of U.S. Land Ofiice at North Platte.Neb., On November 25th, 1885, viz: Emma L. Cooper who filed pre-emption de claratory statement No. S283 for the northwest quarter sec. 28, twp. 10, range S4. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous res idence upon and cultivation of 6aid land, viz: Emma Reynolds and George O. Streeter of North . -, . ,. tmma rieynolds and Ueorge U. Btreeter of North Commission Should travel as Ordinary Platte, Neb., John Shay of Congdon, Neb., George nnVofa ;oaJ onA 'onnn Scofiold, of Keelor, leb. i. M. Grimes, private citizens ao ana spend a whole day in each important town along the route, holding its session in some puplic hall and not in the private car used "by the commission. This exception to the course pursued by the commission is very well taken and? a reform in that 3745 Register. Land Office at North Platte, Nob., ) SeDtember 25th. 1385. f Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim and that said proof will be made before the Register and Re ceiver of theU. 8. Land Office at North Platte, Neb., on Nov. 13th, 1885, viz: Annie 8. Guthrie who xnodo homestead entry No. 5084 for the south half of the northeast quarter and the south half Mnv.n4. 11 v " ; i j i t-i I oi tne northwest quarter section lio. township 14, respect JV1 1 1 -be -appreciated by the I range 32. She names the following witnesses to necessary aw the'law - for the commission' to" mft' the people at all, still if the members or that 'honorable body desire to dp so they should give more than one or two hours notice. Whfle in ,this city somelime since, we venture to say not a dozen persons knew they were nere, wmcn is most nicely the case in all towns. . ration of said land, viz: G. Grady. Thomas Anderson and or. .Nichols, Neb. 36-fi Sisson. Thomas DoBglas Btowb, aH. H: M. GBTJ0E3, itegKtcr. Lamp Goods Toilet Micles Perfumery Special Mk m to hwlfim, Ivj or Ml w are Agents for the Celebrated Mound City Mixed Faints. G. T. A. NIXON, Dealer In NFECI 0 NERY NUTS, FRUIT ORANGES Land Office at North Platte, Neb., Sept 24th, 1885. S Notice is herefar Riven that the following- iea: named settler baa file notice of his intention to The Union Pacific Railway Com pany now carry emigrants in emi grant sleeping coaches attached to regular express trains. Formerly the arrangements were such that over all lines they were carried west on regular freight trains. An arrangement was effected whereby southern transcontinental lines carried the people part of the distance on express trains. This has induced them to take the Havre and New York lines of steamers to Galveston and thence across, the continent by rail. Under the present arrangement they will be conveyed across not only in first class accomodations, but with a saving of time which makes this the fastest and most available means of completing a trip across the continent, or even the fastest from the old country or New York. Its effect, therefore, as before stated, will be of consid erable moment. Another g;ood resolution in the Republican state platform, is the one in reference to the attempted repeal of the timber culture and pre-emption laws. The party demands the enforcement of its Erovisions. There ia. no law that as done mdre for the west than this very law, and without it Nebraska and, Kansas would be as barren as ttiejwmdV deserts of Asia. This lawhas been the means of the beautiful forests that are so numerous in 'every county, and has been one of the great blessings cf the state. The lawshould stand as it is and those found violating its provisions punished and diiven f rem the country. The above is clipped from an exchange , which has escaped our memory and is quite true. But there is another feature in regard to the land matter which the delega tion from this -county tried to get the committee on resolutions to consider and which probably resulted in the'foregoing, and that is the outrageous order of the com missioner of the, general land office suspending the issuance of patents until all homestead and timber culture entriesirest of range 17 are "investigated," a work if properly carried out will occupy at least fifteen years. Not content with this outrage, the democratic depart- ! ment iusulted the whole people of the west by the allegation that nine-tenths of all the entries were fraudulent and subject to cancella tion, as much as to say they pro posed to defeat the homestead law now which they had vainly tried to do twenty-five years before on their resumption of power they would annul as far as possible all laws for the benefit of the people which have been enated against then wishes. Fortunately their power promises to be shortlived and their opportunity to dd mischief speedily curtailed. make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will he mado before tho ltepdster' ana Receiver oi tho U. 8. .Land Office at North Platte, Neb., on Nov. 10th, 18S5, viz: Stephen Ma loue who made homestead entry No. 4:278 for tho southeast quarter 8ection 21, township 17. range 26 west in Nebraska. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: M. S. McMul len of Logan, Neb., Daniel M. Swishor and W. IL Richardson of Arnold. Neb., and W. F. of Garfield, Neb. H. M. Gbimes. So-o Register. Land Office at North Platte, Neb., ) October 8. 1885. ( Notice is hereby given that the following named HPttlr Tina TIJ-it?a et lua infantinn n vnntfn final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be mado before the Register and Re ceiver of the U.8. Land Office at North Platto. Nebraskat on November 20th, 18S5, viz: Samuel H. Kincaid. who filed Dre-einntion declaratory statement No. 5355 for the northeast quarter sc tion 20, township 18, range 27. Ho nnmes the fol lowing witnesses to prove liis continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Clem McLaughlin. Lee McLnughlin, Peter Gavin and Wm. Hayward, all of Logan, Nebraska. rp n. fli. vi rimes, iiegisier. Contest Notices. TJ. 8. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., ) Comnlaint hnTinir boon ontonvl nt. th!a nfflrohv John L. Single against John A. Fercason for fail ure to comply with law as to Timber-Culture En try number 5252 dated September 15th, 1884, upon the southwest quarter section 10, town 12. range 30, in Lincoln county. Neb., with a viow to the vauwiiuwoa oi saia entry; contestant alleging that said John C. Fergason has failed to break or cause tone broken five acres of said tract dur ing the first year after said entry and that snch failure exists at the present time; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on u.o am oay oi uecember, 1885, at 9 o'clock a. m,. to respond andfuim-ih testimony concerning said alleged failure. h.M. Gbtuks, 41- Register. 1 ltUll J Lemons, Cakes, Jumbles, Crackers, TWO SODA APPARATUSES EUNNLNG IN FULL BLASTv A full line of Stationery, Embracing blank books, paas books, pert, pencils, pen holders, Etc.,Etc Groceries, Butter and Eras and a fine stock of Ciears, Tobaccos, 4c. te. T 1 1 t l ti V' 11. , T il.- i nope Dy since attention to ousiness to receive a iair snare m public patronage. Silware,Jrtiy, AT McEVOY'S. Henry Shick, of the Island informs" The pimes that a party of U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., ) . Dyint 1QQR T Liompiimt having been entered at this ofiice bv weorge u Van Inwegen against Sith E. Farrell lor abandoning his homestead entry No. 5716, dated Sept. 20th, 1884, upon the northeast quarter ?nw)'utoTyn8hiP. se 34. Lincoln county. Nebraska, with a view to tho cancellation r r. ' raia parues are Hereby sum- S".1" appear ai mis othce on the 23d day of SSSS .1-8S5' at 9 0'clock B-m-. to respondand wuiaoay concerninghaid alleged aban dojUBent. "h. M. Giumes. W. C. Lrxos, Atty., North Platte. Neb. U. S. Land Office, orth Platte, Neb., Uimplaint having been entered at this office by uoninir nis hnTTiaitail ontnr nolo A..1 XT L 30th , 1885, upon the south half of the northeast Hu-wi ouuiuj,, i mq z section 3, township 9. range 31 west in Lincoln county, Nebraska, witn pmties are herebr gammoned to appear nt th Omrfl nn ihn 11th r?n v rf TWAmKn, tQOtz - o clock a. m. to respond and furnish testimony s7-6 H. M. G hemes. Register, TJ. a Land Office, North Platte, Neb., October 1st. 1885. f Complaint having been entered at this office by John W. Shue against Thomas W. Jordan for failure to comply with law as to timber cuiiure entry o. oatea June 20, 1683, upon u euuuiejBL qaaixer ceciion o, township 12, range 80. in Lincoln ennntv NcVir-noL-o with a view to the cancellation of said entry; con testant aUeging that said Thomas W. Jordan has STUDIO! MISS E. Y. ROSS. KlNPKBOABTCr BOOKS, OnBA HOTJOC BLOCK. Opes very afternooa freas 1M mtiSl 4Jf. All those interested in art workplaaae calL LjumI desiring a suprjy of blank "Declaration of Intentioa" can procure th atae by applying at t ! oalc. tf noi piowea, Drocen or cultivated any portion of said land during the second year after making said entry, nor at any time since the monthof 1884: that lUllrt Jnnlan haa nnt- wl broken Or CUltlTatfld Anv nnrHnn nt niil tnt , . , J. . V . BvMV. ..nvui. g anywsy lmprovea xne same at any time since Mar, 1884, and next prior to the date hereof, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 8th day of December, 1885, at 9 o ciock a. m. to respondand furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure. 87-6 H. M. Gboos, Register. U. S. Land Office, North Platte, Neb., ) Sept 16th 1885. J Complaint having been entered at this office by Thnrber. Hanrey against George W. Rose for abandoning his homestead entry No. GG57, dated March 14th, 1885, upon the west half of the north, east quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter section 20, township 14 north, range 34 Aunwm (xkuiij-j iieuraaiLB, W1U1 a View to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are herebr Hnmmond tn xnnMr mt. tbianffina m .1 A. .1 M ' 1 mrm - . a., to respond and furnish testimony concem- "! im q axionmant. 5-0 H. M. Gams, Ragiiter. WE ASK ALL To visit our store, in McDonald's block,. and inspect the goods in stock. 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