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A B , OOFFROTH , EDITOR ,
' REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
PorEoprcscntative ( to fill vacancy )
.GEOEGE IIOCIvNELL.
For County Judge ,
II. M. ASllMO'llE.
For County Clerk ,
'
CIIAIILES D. CRAMER.
For County Treasurer ,
J. II. GOODR'ICIL
For Rheriff ,
JOHN WELBORX.
For Coroner.
. Dr. L. LEE JUHXSOX.
> . For Supt. Public Instruction ,
C. L. XETTLETON.
For Surveyor ,
PAGE T. FRANCIS.
For County Commissioner ,
-S. L ! GREEN.
. -Sxow at St. Paul and Minneapolis ,
3ast : week.
IN another column will be found a
call for a Peni'le's Convention at In-
.diai.ola on aturlay.0't.13.
THE medical profession is well rep
resented in McCooJi'.s candidates for
-office this fall. Drs. Johnson . and
Green , Gqroner and CommifiBioner ,
competent and carefuL
THK re-nomination of C. L. Nettle-
11
, ton'lor Superintendent of Public In
struction and Page T. Francis for Stir-
veyor was evidence that the people be-
Hcved in their merits , aud xlecmcd them
worty of their confidence.
THE appearance of cholera in this
.country next year is predicted by emi
nent physicians. The best way to
avert such -a calamity is for the author
ities of all our .towns and cities to act
*
.as if the } * were quite sure it was coming.
TALMAOE intimates thai ' -'the
.coming sermon' ' will be between seven
and eighteen minutes in length. Then
it-will be neatly printed and carefully
read at home. , Ifc is not the great
length of sermons that causes empty
pews , for there are few preachers , in
lhee days , who offend by prolixity.
OUR American money kings are mere
pigmies compared with the money kings
of the Chinese empire. Editor Wing
Chin Fee tells of his countrymen who is
worth $300,000,000 and of another
whose fortune is but a little less. In
case of war with France or any other
power the emperor could readily fill his
military chest.
Tns Republican State Convention
which met at Lincoln , last Wednesday ,
nominated lion. ? ! . B. Reese -of Saun
ters county , for supreme judge ; M. J.
Hull of Clay , J. M. lliatt of Harlan ,
E. P. Holmes of Pierce , J.T. i.Iallalieu
of BijffilOj for regents of the univer
sity. George W. E. Dorsey of Dodge
county was re-elected chairman of the
5tite central committee.
'TriE theory that Nebraska is not a )
fruit-growing state was exploded at the )
-Inter-Ocean office yesterday upon the :
-arrival of a bos containing some of the
finest specimens or fall and winter ap
ples that were ever seen. They came
from the Nebraska state fairwhere they u
'had been on exhibition , and were sent I o
b\- the thoughtful J.E. Allan , secretary
of the Nebraska State Horieultuial so
ciety. Chicago Inter Ocean.
THE Chinese are not the soldiers that
the French are , " says Mr. Bookwaltcr ,
of Ohio who has just been round the
world , * * but the } * have a clear policy.
They are the best diplomatists in the
world. The Chinese State office is re
garded as the keenest on the globe.
The influence of the Chinese among all
those Eastern ' - -
people is'subtle-and-per
fect. Fancy tlu > . accurancy and skill of
.1 government which under one system ,
can control four hundred and thirty
millions of people. We are beginning
to tremble that we control'fifty millions
With liberty. "
Red Willow.
Corrcepondonco to Lincoln Journal.
Our county fair is booked to coma off
October 3 , 4 and 5 , and die indications
are that there will be a good -display.
The grounds arc being prepared for
Ihe accommodation -exhibitors , and
no pains will be spared to make it a
success.
OUR-CROPS
throughout the county are quite satis
factory. Owing to an extremely > dry
fall and -winter , fall grain was mostly
a failure , but the spring sowing of
small grain has done betterand , though
little has ycfc been thrashed , ihc average
yield will doubtless compare favorably
with other portiouo of the state. The
notato crop is very good -and so is the
average com crop.Even upland
fanning lias been -a success this yeai-
For two or ihree years past some of
the farmers along the Hod Willow
creek .have made quite a success of
planting on the low bottoms , and iti
the fall have been able to laugh and
jeer at the upland -tanners. Last
spring bottom farming was a boom and
large lields weve cleared of willows and
timber , broken up and planted ; then
came the floods. The heavy rains sent
the creek booming , and then that class
of farming didn't boom so much.
Since that the creek has boomed out of
its banks iive or sjx times remaining
so sometimes for a week or more. The
result is , low ground farming is largely
a failure this year. Our rainfall since
April is as follows :
April r 1.75 inches
May 2.8. !
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : t
August -3-S "
Total 1"'S2
September , so far 8-1
(
The hay ciop is nearly all secured ,
and is the best ever known. Grass on
the.prairie was never better.
In looking over the country I find
this to be true : All our energetic ,
business farmers are making a fail-
progress towards wealth. The pro
gress may be slow , but it is sure and
apparent. One good evidence of this
fact is the ste.idy growing of the towns
and the starting up of men in business.
Peoplf ; wear better clothes , build better
houses and barns , and the ranks of the
grumblers arc thinner. Land is rising
in value , and more men of wealth arc
P
coming to buy. Our farmers arc turn
ing their attention to raising of stock ,
not on the range method , but stock :
fanning , stock in the hands of the
land owners. and it lias been demon
strated that it pays even to borrow
money at 10 per cent , to invest in this
business. The farmer with a half section -
,
tion of land can carry at least fifty head
of cattle , and i'rom six to ten head of
horsesand when he can turn olt a dozen
b
or more head of fat steers every year ,
and a pair of horses , he ecu live com
paratively easy , even though he raises ,
' '
but little grain. .
OUR TOWXS
is previously stated are growing. In-
lianola is making a very solid growth ,
llayden & McCartney are putting up a m
large brick store , also Mr. C. S. Quick.
Mr. McCartney is also putting up one ;
f the most artistic brick residences west
f Hastings. Several other " very neat
esidenccs have been added to the town
luring the past summer , and the gcncr- a
il busines of the town is brisk.
McCook is also pushing ahead with n
nnch energy. Quite a large number sc
f new residences have been erected ami
ire under way. Among them is that
if Mr. George llocknell which is prob
ably the most expensive residence in
own. Mr. G. L. Laws of the land
iffice , is also adding a very neat reii-
ience to aristocratic ' -Mount Zion. "
In visiting the town as I do frequent-
y , I iind the general business of the
ilace is rapidly increasing and the mor
dants are carrying much larger stocks
goods than one year ago.
ROYAL BUCK.
September 25 , 1883.
A CONFERENCE of free traders was
icld at St. Louis , yesterday. , at which
he organization of a free trade league
or the southwst was discussed. ,
The Republican Valley.
Omaha Dec.
The wonderful growth and prosperity
of the Republican Valley in past years
is supplemented , the present year , with
a harvest of grainvegetables and stock
that puts all previous records in tthe
shade. Fourteen years ago it was thought
by many .that the region watered by the
Republican , now comprising eight of
the southern tier of counties in Neb
raska , was a wild waste , and that it
could not be used for any other than
grazing purposes. The men who settled
in that region then and successfully
braved thu privations of pioneering , can
now look upon that same region dotted
with thriving villageSjSubstantial homes ,
stacks of grain and waving fields of
corn. The excellence of this valley for
stock-raising has long been known and
sought after. The great herds of buf
falo found by the early settlers left no
doubt about the grass and water. Buf
falo grass still grows awl cattle fattei
nicely .upon it , and if the snow fall i ;
not too great , thrive all winter with no
other food. I3ui the cosr-boys and cat
tle ranhccs have given place to the
agricultural settlers.
If any one doubting ihc fertility of
this region would now journey through
Webster , Franklin , Harlan and Ftirnas
counties , and count the stacks of oats ,
wheat , burley and rye , and measure the
stalks of ripening corn , lie would soon
be convinced of .his error. From all
points comes th-s report of .handsome
yields fora distance of many miles ou
cither side of the stream bed.
Ln 1880 the B. & M. company ex
tended their line more than a hundred
miles into the Republican Valley. This
is now the popular Burlington route to
Denver. The company were the owners
ot many acres of rich soil , aiul were de
sirous of having permanent settlements
along their line. Acco ding , their cir
culars were sent through thu land an
nouncing cheap homes in the West.
Nothing so encourages the settlement
so a new country as cheap lands. Thou
sands of acres , now worth ten or twelve
dollars , were sold fur three or four del
lars. Such prices enabled farmers who
had rented farms valued at forty to
sixty dollars per acre in eastern states
to purchase farms of their own. There
were also thousands of acres subject to
homestead and timber claim. The titles
to these timber claims have just been
completed and there arc now not a few
homes under cultivation with nice
groves of timber on them. Cotton wood
is still a favorite because it grows so
rapidly , and. makes shade and wind
break in a' few years. Ash and box-
elder grow naturally and with little'care.
An old settler and cattle-raiser said the
black walnut grows rapidly ami seems
native to the climate. The increased
Cultivation and planting of trees has
produced the anticipated effect upon the
rain fall which has increased year by
year , until i ow , when it is abundant ,
he Republican flows full to the brim.
Additional Locals.
VALLEY GRANGE ITEMS. !
Andy Boyer thinks a great deal of
:
hat carbuncleat , least we should judge r
io from the care he takes of it. v
The Eaton Bros' , father and mother , n . ,
irother and his wife are here from In-
liana making them a visit.
EJ Wheaton's cousin , Charlie Lath-
m from Decatur , Mich. , is about tp
'
uakc him a visit.
Mrs. John Stone sports a new side ;
addle. i
C. C. Newman has commenced his
iew house.
W. T. Stone is out and around again
ith the aid of a cane.
J. B. Mescrve has his stock ranch -
early fenced.
Mrs. Allen Phillippi is looking for :
sister from Germany to visit her. :
A. E. Jacobs , brother of C. TL , ar-
ivcd last Friday , lie expressed hSui-
elf as well pleased with the country.
John Whittakcr sold five calves last
eek and bought four yearlings.
C. C. Newman has bousrht another
LOISC. \
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A girl for general housework. Apply
Citizens' Bank.
A People's Convention.
A People's Convention avJH be held
at the Court House , on Saturday , Oct.
13 , at 1 o'clock , r. M. , for the purpose
of placing in nomination car.did\ites for
the following offices .
One representative , one county judge ,
one county clerk , one supt. public in
struction , cue coroner , one surveyor ,
one county -commissioner , one county
treasurer and one sheriff. Agenera
invitation is extended to all to attend
MANY VOTERS.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
We will continue to scud ilie TRIH-
UNEio all persons whose names appear
on Mr. Israel's 'subscription . If
there be anyone who desires to discon
tinue the paper , he will notify ivs at
onci * . otherwise he will be held liable
for the paper sent to his address.
NOTICE !
All monies due the TRIBI..VK for sub
scription coinobv 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. A. B. COFPROTII ,
Publisher.
Wanted.
Sheep to tend on shares. Will give
reference if desired. Addraes lock box
840 , Hastings , Neb ,
New Horns.
M. A. Spalding , agent for the light
running , Xew Home sewing machine.
Vi/anied. /
Ton nerds of dry ash wood. Apply
to Citizens' Bunk. IG-tt' .
A CJIRD
To the Voters of Ite.ilVillov County :
It is eneraljy known throughout thu county
that I wtis coining out for the oliicc of County
Ti-'j-.isurer. subject to tha decision of the Re
publican ounty Coiiventioi' . Kcfore the prl
inarics wore iieM. I was called to the sick-bcl
of one , and the iliti-buil ! ot another near and
lear relative in another state ; and conse-
lucntly had to abandon my political stock in
tlio convention , lint , be ante 1 obeyed the
dictates of manhood and the call of duty , I do
not believe 1 have forfeited any political rights ,
and I propose to trust to the judgment of my
fellow-citizens in rejr.ircl to whatever claims I
may have for the oIKce. I therefore announce
myself isn independent candidate-for the ollice
of ounty Treasurer of lied \Villow county.
17-ot. GEOIIGK A. HUNTEU.
A CARD ,
To the Voters of Red Willow County :
J hereby announce myself as a candidate
[
for the'ollico of County Clerk of JJed Willow
County , subject to the deci'ion of the People's
Convention to be held Hi indianola , October
llJth.lSAJ. Having serve J as County Commis
sioner for six years , 1 l.elieve I understand :
the duties cf County Clerk and can wive gen
eral satisfaction Respectfully ,
a. w.
NOTICES OF COMPLAINT.
U. S. Land Oilice , MeCook , Nob. , )
Oc ober od. ISSt. ) " .
Complaint having been cntemd at this ollice
> y Isaac .N iioback against iliam ! A. Walliu
1'or ubaailoning his homestead entry Xo. i ; > itJ ,
latea at Korea Platte. Xeb. , Junes ; , IST'.t , upon
ho northwest ! 4 section 10 , township 3 , north ,
range 2'J , west , in lied Willow county , Xeb. , :
ivitli view to cancellation of s id entry ; the
aid parties , arc hereby summoned to appear
it this olhco on the 7th day of rJovembcr , itw. ! ,
it 10 o'clock , A. M. , to respond and furniih .
icstiniony concerning said allege ; ! abandon
ment. 18-4t. G. L. LAWS , Register.
U. S. Land Ofilce. McCoolc , Xeb. , i
September tilth. l& > { . i"
Complaint having been entered at t bis oflico
iy .Tumes Barrett against V.'illiam Brown ,
'or abandoning'his homestead entry Xo.VS.i. .
lated at Xorth Platte , Xeo. , . .Junet , InSO.upon
he southeast } t section 12 , tounship 3. north ,
angelW , west , in Kcd Willow county , Xcb.with
view to the cancellation' aid entry : tbe
Killmrties are hereby summoned to appear
it this otliceon the : ! 7th day oi' October , IKSt.at
0 o'clock , A. JI.to respond and fnrni'-h t'-sti- . -
nony concerning said jillesred abandonment.
17-it. O. L. LAWS , Register.
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U S. L .ml Office , M < : IMIK , Xt-1. . , f
July - . " > , JS : ; , f
Complaint JiaviiiR been entered ut this oillcu Ijy H
-V.uici.--L Spiccr agdo t George Abel for x
: iiluvu to comply -.vitli lv l as < to t-C entry No. 1117
lated at North Platte Xo ! > . .March 20 1S7S , upon Hi
i-w ' 4 hue St tp 7n'ii 1in.si1vcit. . In Ifcd Willow
onaty , Xu ! > r. with a view to the c.iim.-11-ition ot
icl ! i-ntry ; contestant sillcsin that said Abel has
ailed to plant to trees , seeds or cuttings , live K > 1
icres of haid tract during the lir.-t tiii-cu years n ; >
if his entry ; the said prnies s-re here-
?
f Oct. , 1SSJ at * i o'clock ] ) . m. . to u--pomi nnd '
tirniMi tcftimony conccrnhiKsaid : illi- l failure i
ll- ! ' G. L. Lawregister. .
' . S. LA.VH OFFICE McCooIc Xob. , .l ] y , iss ; ; . j iV
Complaint having been entore ? at this ollice
y Frederick II Wilkcs agair.EtGeorge 1) i'iiira
orjailure to comply with lav.as to t-c entry
\a. . " 51S dated at Xorth Phitte Xeb. , April 10 i 'i *
ipon the s-e li sec 5 tp 1 north ran ore - ' ) west
n Kcd Willow county Nebraska with a view to KG
ho cancellation of said entry : contestant a- PIWi
L-ging that sail ISaird has failed to plant to WiX
rces. seeds orcuttinjrs 5 acres of said tract X
'ijhin three yean ? from the date of hisaid tin
ntry ; the said parfieb are hereby summoned &
3 appear at this ollice on the th ilay of Oct. .
SS3 at 1 o'clockp m , to respond and furnish
stirnony concerning said alleged failure. ' lal
n-9 G. L. Laws , Register. di
of
FIFAL PSOOF NOTICES.
Land Otllci ! at HCoi > ! c. N'i'li. . St-pt. JO. l s : ' . n ;
Xotluc Is hereoy Klix-n that the fo'lowlu named to
ittlerhas Qlcd notice of Ills Intention to inaki ; finul ar
oof In support of his claim , acJ thc.t i-ahl proof will or
made before KcjiUter nnd ! : i-ceiver at McCook. HP
eh. , on Saturday , October 20tli. 1W3. viz.- Austin j ? *
\erL t. IS. . Xo , : ! : ! " > r. fo - the N\ K.Jt S. E. V- Sec ' ]
. and N. * l s. AV. Li , mid X. W. , S. E. H Section pr
, Township- , north , Kanse 31. wct. lie nnmt-a the I ii-\
llov.-Iii ) ; witnes-t-s to prove his contlnttoup n-yldegct ; j Ml
ion , and cultivation ol. t-ald land , viz. : .lolin Crute-i. j Or
ilm Matcon. IJlurle * A. SiriiMi mid MilN. all of
rjftwool , Xeb. 13-0-- U J. . LAWS , isbter. '
Land Oflleis at MeCw'rf , Xeb. , K-pt. Is. IFttJ.
Notice I * hereby glvrn that , the following Dincil | *
M'tiler has tiled notlrc or hi * Intention to umki ; ttn.ti
proof In fupport of his clull.i , antl tlial nM
proof will be tnado lioloru Ureter unil IJe-
edvcr at MeCook. Xuurnxka , o.i Saturday , No
vember Stli. 18HJJ. viz. : ( J Gorge I' . WclcJc. vU .
made homoteail nppllcntlon , Xu. tit. fur tin *
X. E. * .i Hirtlwi SI. township ; . north. nut n 3d. * >
lie n.uiiu-tlic following wltm-w-w to i'to\e lite 1-011-
llnuoiw ti'IIcuci ! upon , nnJ cultivation of. HuM.latul.
vU. : Ad.iJph .KIiMelmck. ( litirxe White. William
Colciiuui anJ i luirlctf WoulrfKht , utl of 3lcitouk.
Xen. 10-flt. . I. . LAWS , Hiv-Mcr.
I.niid Offlco at McCook , .SVIi. . Sept. 20th. 1SKJ.
Xiitlr.e In lierrliy Klvrn Hint the following neincil
fPttter IIUH filed uotlre of liln InU-ntlnif to iiiuki * Hint
proof In Miipptirt nf lil.clnhn , nnd tlmt nuld proof nlU
hi * made Ijrfiirc IfrxUtLT or J'ceetvcr t icCool ,
Xli.uii Friday Nov.M. . JSSJ , \ 17. : Wallace S.IVii-
ncliIlL , D t . NJ > ,77 for Uie ncuthenst ? i ii'rtliwcK'
l.t , aiul lot ' - -mi ! 3 , section : M , nnd lut I , nretl ni 3'.i , :
miHIi of ratij. 30 , wc.Nt. He name * the followlip
wltne r0i tujiniii * liU contintioii * rtvldrlice ujioii.
and cultivation of. Mild land , \iz : Adolph ISi'Nrlilul * ,
Ccoive 1'oe. .Uiehael Wolek * nd I'h'.IIIp Wit.-k. nil
of Jlci'ook. Neii. i7-it : G. L. LAWa. KoxiMiT.
Land Olllco t McCxsok. Xeb. , Bupf , 2U.
Notice is hereby given tluit the t'n lowinir
named settler has lllutl uotico ol'liis intention
to make tlnul proof insnpportof hiselaim.und
tmt'aul proof will lie made beloro Register or
Ut-coiverai .MeCook , Xob. , on .Friday. Nov. ' . ' .
\fKt \ , via : \Villiain Johnson , homo-stead No.
157- for tlso northwest "si section : i : , township
} , north of range-It , went. He names this foj-
lov.-injf vitncsiied to | iiiivi * liiti continuous rcfi-
dcnccujuni. anil cultivation of. said land. vU :
John S MoihvJk * , Thomas Kugglcs' , Thorn. ! *
Holes of ileCook , Xeb. , unil II.V. . Johnson 01'
Arapaiioe , Xeb. VHif . U.I. LAWS , Register.
Land Ullice ut McCook. Neb. , Sept. L't ; . ISfil.
Notice if. hereby given that tbo following
named settler has Hied notice of Insr iutetiiioii
U > make Hiiiil proof Ju support ol * licrchum.ai'il
that said proof will lie iniuie l > ofor < ; Kiv.stcr ir
Itcoelvur at McCori ! ; . Null. , on Kn-liiy. Kov. iM ,
] N > ! . via. : Laur.i 1'hillips. iiotnctiteaiJ aNo. .T > l. ,
fur tliov < i-t ' - northwest 'iiind north ? > outh-
wist 'j section i ) . tount-hip : t , north of rsuix *
! W , west. Hhc names the I'ollowin } ? wJtiiesM- *
tuprovu tier cciilinuon residence upon , iitnl
cultivutioii of. fiuil land , vi/ . : Mary K. Orim * ,
.Minnie Hat.-s William iJriau mul 0. K. MePhrr-
KOU , all 01' .Mct 'ook , Xel .
17-(5l. ( J. I , LAWS ,
L-iuil Olliueut MeCook. N * b. . Sept. i. . . litft.
Xotk-fj is JitMi'hy given Unit the i'olluv/iiijr
utiit'd settler juts ttlutl notice of lite mtuntioii
to unite J'IKU proof in support ol
lii'3 cOiiim , mul tluit sui'l proof
wiii ht ) u.itU * iufore If 'istfiin < l Itecoit
crat ' .JnCooIt , Ncl > . , on Monilny , October l" . ' l ,
HiSi , vw. : .Jc.liti K. Kitrr. linmcgtptul No. lij : i ,
for tin * \V. ' 3 S. V. ' . > . S.AV.i , N. ' .V. > i attul hit
4. sc-ctioi : . ti > u'iit > ! ii | > 2. north , ruiiKc" ; * . .vi--t.
lie IKIJ.JItlio following \vilifSMs to prove lif-
coiitimjous losi.iciiuo upon , and cultivation ot.
raid land , viA.Jonus. . Perry Juno : ' . Annie
6. Kci lul ! and A. a. Jioiijrlitou. itl ! of Indian-
ola'ft > . lu-'Jt. Ci. i. . LAWS.
Laiul Oilict at 31 crook , X - i. . Sipt. i . 1 .
Noiieo is lfi'el > y { given that tin * fullo'.vjiir
: . : : ; : ; bt'ttl'-i * hit.llluil notice of hi.- intention
to iakciinil proof in MII port of his claim.
inl that said jioot v.'iil Ito niai'.i * lieforo lie-ri--
cran-1 Hi'coivi-rat Me < "ook , K-eli. . onSatnnltij ,
> .ov. U. iiv > f. viz. : GottlirLi J * . tt'eielc. who nnu *
inmi'stcuil application Xo. S4' , for tinN'.W ' t
-cucion 22 , tu > \ n-ii ! | > : ; . north , ranjsi ; ! K ) . wrs ! .
lie naii'j.-i the follov.-jnt ? wiim-spus to prove tii >
coiitiiii'otisrroiifriirc * upon , ami cultivation ol ,
: iiI Iii ! l. vis. . : . \iloljh Ittcscliauk. fJc-oytri-
White , V/illiam Coicman and Charles \Vo / ! -
jrteht , all of .McCooK. Ni- ! > .
lU-tJt. ti. L. LAVS , Ki'-rfc-tcr.
Land Oilicoat > : cTooc. ! Xcl > . . Sept. IS. I8 ' : j.
Notice ! < horihyrivci ! thut the loliov.-iir-
naniud s-cttlor ha.liftd iioticu ol" his intention
to mUc fuu'.l proof i.i snp/ort ; of his claim.
nnd that s-nitl proof will to made liul'ortKeri. .
tur and IlL-cc-iyerat icCook. Nob. , on J-VUa > .
ct. * * T. 1".SJ. vi/ . : .faii-s Shephcnl , lioincMt.iiI
i"0 for the sontin'.tst 'i t--tiiii "i's. to\vn-.lip r > .
north , ran.ifi' ' * > . wt. . Hi * nujni'stlii * follow in 1
ivitncsso to j > r ; vc his continnons ru.-idenci-
upon , and cultivation < ! , Ntld iaid , i'/ . : lJ.iyi'1
) . Oriborn of O > l. < < rii. Ni-i > . . .Jann'S Si.anitilnir
im ! Daniel Dovlcof iSn.v Klder , Xeb. , and .IJui
: . Wttltors of iicCbnl ; . Xi-ti.
O. L. l.\\\ $ . ic-'f.-tir.
Land Olilcuat MeCook , Xeb. . Fept IS. ltX > .
Xotici * is hereby jiiven that the toJIowiitp
lamed settler hn.s filed : iotieo of his intention
o make rinal in support ot hi * claim , and that
said proof will be mtvio U-foro liegisier : : nd
Receiver at. McCook , Xeb. , on Saturday. Oct.
is , le.-v > . vi/ . : Daniel Matron , homestead r\n.
W , for the southeast.lt southeast xt section ,
astU northeast'i section 11 , and froi.thwc-r
i northwest xt section l . tovnslup 1 , nortii.
aige : 1. west , lie names the toiiowinir wit-
io * es to prove hu continuous iVtWciict * upon ,
md cultivation ol. Miitl lann. vi/ . : .ii.hu Cruis
mil William ISrcnnon ol Cnlbertson , Xeb. . and
.Villiam K. Kvcrist and Charles 11 Smith of
ilcJoyk. Xeb. ItWt. G. L. LAWS , He istcr.
Land OliCcoat McCook , Xeb. , Sept. ! H. 18KJ.
Xotice is hereby given that the Jellowin
anicd settler has rtlo-1 notice of his intention
0 make Una ! proof in mpportof his claimand
hat said proof will be made l.efon * Register
md Receiver at McCook , Xeb. . on Friday , U'-t.
.7.1SS5 , vi/ . : Henry C. hepbrrd. homestei : ' . '
71 , lor the vvost ii northest 'i section "jr. . and
vest : /2 southeast Jt section M. townshiji . " ,
tortii , range JJ" ) . v.et. . Ho iianu's th * follow-
n - witness- prove his continuous res-I-
leiico ur.on. and cultivation ol. said Ianv : / . .
Javid J. Osborn of O.-born. Xei ) . , .hi * . S'pauld-
n < T and D.inlel Uoyie of Hex Eider , Xel > . ,
ohn E. Y/alter of McCook. Xeb.
Ifi-Gt. G. L. LAW : ? . Register.
Land Office ct Vi-r.iok N.-I > . . Aig. i9 'rfi :
Xot.'ce Is heri-liy jriveatliat the folio-vhu nanieil
etili-r la > IHcd notU-e < > rhi. < 'ntintfon to uiake ti : : . 1
ir'K > f In support of hj ! > i-liln > . aim tint -al'l prtxil
-ill he made In-fore rcffister or receiver at McCoa .
rel > r. . or. Mcntlay October S I f3 viKliot.i
I. Mat < -ii > i IK ! Xo. 'iOS- % for the s \ ' . ii-e fi A : ll ' * ' .
pec 17 tp - n r oft west.
Hi * name * the folluurin.r witnesses to prove IIIon
IIIUOUN r' * > lili'nc * upon ami rultiv.ttfon of. sdian-l !
ix : Kichanl M. William" , .lo--ph WiiHaia- .
togbr iuri.cs and Pcrer ijanson. . sll of Vailton
cb.
H-f C . L. LA > Vr = , KcKlsler
J.aii Office n : McOi ) . ) : : . Xl > . . Sept. : . 1SE3.
JiOtJn * i : hereby ? Ucn tint tin * follorchu : iiamri !
'ttli-r h : < fik-.i notice of M" intention to make i :
. ) ! proof In supjmn of hif. i-Liltn aii ttot s-.iM pro < . .
ill be niaiit * Ih'furu Kcstntr jVIJi-ci'lvcrat Mct * KiL.
eh. . on Monday , Ocio'ur 15. ls. < ' . \lz : U-jr.n
IcKhllp. D.S. N'o. 'Jtfor tin- - - . n-e ' - l n- > -
& i > . - \ ; ' ic li > cc ' . ! " > sp t ; imrt'i. ranjre - > l \ e.- ! .
Ha nnmui tin1 following n-itnr.- toroieliN [
: : uiuuuii- > ri'-Mi-ccc UIKUU and i-iiltlv.'itloaof. sa ! !
niii. \ : / : Vi'Iiilaiii I'.Ir.rk , Montirumery l oil .
ilivcr r. F.iirbai.u ! , aiul Koljt-r : \ V"kr. ! . all ot
honIiU7n' . NtI ) . ( . . L. LAWS. IlesI-'Ur.
Lxxii Oj-Klcr = t McDKik. NVIi. . Auy. S > ! h. 'Z'l.
Xotlci * Js hereby slveii th. < r the foilim-jnjr nnnf !
ittSi-r lia * Sled notice ot ht-r iutfiitinn to nukiHM
icof in support of her claiw. act ! tha : ' aid pro. "
illbc niailt-bofore lUvi-Joror JJecciver at M : ' 'oi k
> lir. on "omlaj October 13 ' & ' > . i i/ : Annie S Ken-
ill hJ Xo. bUS forthc e J : -el. ± fee J i : n ; n-t- ' .
n- > ' .i u-.v ' . see 9 tp - nurth , nin c 2S wt-st.
Sheiiain-s the follu-aiii wltD > s H to prove b r
miniums rt > ! tnct ! in ui and ctittlva imof. S.i : '
jul. viz : A. . .loin'sin.l JisU - 1 ! . Klfcore. of 1'-
i-m-iii , iTi'b. , : nd Julia B. Kurrand Ctc-serI2ic * : .
Nob.
O. L. LAWS. Kepl-rcrr
LAXI > OFI-ICF. at VcC'ook IJ < : b. . AUL21 1SWV
Xoticeis hereby < : i\esi that the followit * * ;
uin rl .settler has filed notieo of his intentU.u
iniJ ; final piooi" in support of bNchii'ii.
ill that said proof will be made before
Kcceive1 * at McC'ook Xeb. , on ftit
'pt.'JH. IS ? ; ? , vi/ : Mary E. Orme for : hc1i . - > \v
sec 20 & lots : t .V J , t-Yv L9 t ; > : > n r 9 wit .
He names th" 1'ollowinv wilr Kcs t < .
rove his cORiiuuoun residence upon , and cut
vat ion of" , said land , viz : . aura Phillip -
Innie Bate * . fharl.H E. McPhersonid \\75M-int
riue , all of HcCook , Xc : > , W <
O. T. LAY.-- .

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