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STEVENS & BARE, Editoks and Props.
WEDNESDAY. AUG. 2a 1889.
BepubUcan State Convention,
The Republican electors of the state Nebraska
ate requested to send delegates from tbe several
eoanties to meet in convention in the opera
heaee in the city of Hastings, Tuesday, October
8, 1889, at 8 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates for one asso
ciate justice of the supreme court, and for two
ambers of the board of regents of the state
niTereity, and to transact such other business
m ear be presented to the conyeation.
The several counties are entitled to represen
tation as follows, being based upon the vote
oast for Hon George H. Hastings, presidential
elector in 1888, giving one delegate at larw to
eaeh county and one for each 150 votes and the
Major fraction thereof:
Lincoln 9 Dawson 8
Keith 3 Logan 2
Ptorkins 5 frontier ...8
His recommended that no proxies be admit
ted to the convention except sach as are held by
parsons residing in the counties from which
proxies are given. .
L. D. Richards, Chairman.
Walt M. Sekly, Secretary.
Republican County Convention.
The Republican electors of the County of
Lincoln are requested to send delegates from
the several precincts to meet in convention at
the Court House, in the City of North Platte,
Batarday. September 28th, 1889, at 10 o'clock a.
m-for the purpose of placing in nomination
candidates for Treasurer, Clerk, Sheriff, Judge,
Clerk of the District Court, Superintendent of
PaUic Instruction, Surveyor, Coroner. Commis
neaer Third District, Nine Delegates to Repub
lican state Convention. Delegates to the Tenth
JacKcial District Republican Convention and to
trarnrt such qtlier business as may be presented
to the convention.
The several precincts are entitled to represen
tation as follows:
North Platte No. 1 ... . fi
North Platte No. 2. . . .7
N orth Platte No. 3 .... 4
Bird wood 1
Deer Creek 1
Fox Creek 1
to twenty-five votes- and one for
each major fraction thereof; some
one for eachtwelve, but the major
ity believed that the old basis of
one delegate for each twenty votes
and one for each major fraction
cast for the Republican electors
last fall would give a large and
representative convention. This
was adopted. The date set for the
convention is, in our opinion a lit
tle late, but it will give five weeks
for candidates to make themselves
known to the people. If they are
pretty lively they can get over the
county in that time. The unani
mous expression from members of
the cammittee was to elect a ticket
from to to bottom.
So Huufrtmnnrlar1 Ihnf Tin Tirfxlp hfl admit-
JO ICUUlUidW I 111 u
ted to the convention except such as are held by
persons residing in the precincts from which
proxies are given.
The Republican primaries will be held on
Tiwrsday,8ept. 26th, from 4 to 6 p. m.. except
in the 1st, 2d and 3d North Platte and the Wal
lace precincts, where the poUs will be open from
3 to 6 p. m. on above date. The primaries will
be held at the place of holding of the last gener
al election, except in the following precincts
where they wiU be held as follows: Myrtle at
Sebool House, District 29; Nowell, at Mills
School House, District 26; Harrison at School
Hoase on 7-16-26; Nichols, at School House,
District 11; Dickens, at School House; Deer
Creek at Deer Creek School House.
Bv order Republican Cen- Com.,
Geo. E. Fbench, Chairman.
JE. B. Wabneb, Secretary.
Being requested by many friends, 1 havede-
mMMoner. subject to the Republican Convcn
Uoa. S. G. DIEHL.
GAUFIKLD, Aug. 12th, 18M.
Dear Sir: Please announce in
yoar paper that 1 am a candidate for County
Coaimissioucr subject to the will of the Repub
lican County Convention
W. F. CAMPBELL.
1 respectfully announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Surveyor, and will sub
mit my name to the forthcoming Republican
coaaty convention subject to the decision
thereof. CHAS. P. ROSS.
At the request of numerous friends, I hereby
aaaonnce myself as a candidate for the office of
Ceoaty Surveer, subject to the action of the
Bepablican county convention. 1. A . FORT.
JAMES M. RAY is a candidate for the office of
Ceaaty Judge, subject to the nomination of the
Bepablican county convention.
THE OFFICIAL CALL.
We publish this week the offi
cial call for the republican State
convention. Formerly long cam
paigns were fashionable but of late
the tendency has been to shorten
them until the managers have gone
to the other extreme, only suffi
cient time being given to learn the
names of the candidates. In the
present case the people will have
four weeks to learn something
about the candidates the conven
tion may present before them.
That is hardlv Ions enough in a
big state like this.
would be about the right time. We
omit the approtionment except for
a few counties in the immediate
vicinity, as to give it in full would
occupy too much space for our limi
The Custer County Republican
Convention will consist of 118 dele
gates. They are evidently not
afraid of big conventions over that
Number Three of the interest
ing letters descriptive of the press
excursion is omitted this week to
make room for matter that could
not well be left over. There will
be three more letters to complete
"Joe Beeler is in the Platte this
week presumably looking after the
rails in his fence and bracing them
up so they will not topple over in
the final struggle for County Super
intendent. Wallace Mail. You
are mistaken. He was "teaching
civil government and history."
We publish an article this week
from the Omaha BepubUcan giving
the political outlook in the State.
The mention of Senator Nesbitt's
name for Judge of the Supreme
Court is something of a surprise to
his friends in this part. We have
no authority to say that Mr. Nes
bitt is a candidate, but we are sure
should it be necessary he could re
ceive the unanimous backing of the
wertern part of the State. He is
a fine constitutional lawyer and
well qualified for the position.
North Platte is proud that one of
its citizens should receive so flatter
ing a commendation for the high
T"l .. . rl f li i i
delieving tnat an parties nave a
1 1111 T 1 f
ngni to De neara, we give place to
a communication from Mr. Beltou
criticising the management of the
county treasury. The chief duty
of the county treasure is to collect
the taxes. If he is negligent in
this respect the whole county suf
fers. But if he neglects to wrap
up a package of money aud label it
for the redemption of a certain re
gistered warrant no one is harmed.
On the other hand if he does obey
the strict letter of the law in this
regard, the business community is
crippled by the withdrawal of the
OnftV frnm mrmilatirtn Ao a nnl-
i rir 1 1 1 rivac mi i lorvj-knn iiac
bee a good treasurer, and in all
probability will prove better during
a second terra .
At no time in the history of the
Republican party in this" county
has there been so large an attend
ance at a meeting of the Central
Committee or more interest mani
fested. There was a number of
questions up for decision on
all of which discussion was free,
evidencing a desire for harmony
jukl success. The point on which
there appeared to be the greatest
diversity of opinion was that in
regard to fixing the basis of repre
sentation, some favoring a delegate
The Tribune presents to the
people the names of several new
candidates this week, all subject to
the decision of the Republican
James M. Ray, who is a candi
date for Judge, is an old citizen of
the countr. Formerly a printer by
occupation, he founded and pub
lished the North Platte Republican,
and was for several years manager
and editor of the Telegraph under
Mr. Patterson's ownership. Of
late years he has been a close stu
dent of law. being admitted to the
bar last spring. Mr. Ray's long
residence in the county, his high
character and eminent fitness en
title his candidacy to strong claims
The other new announcements
are for the office of County Survey
or. I. A. Fort is another old and
well known citizen, having settled
here about the time the railroad
was built. He is familiar with
nearly every section of land in the
county, having perhaps done more
locating than any other of Our land
men. Mr. Fort will have strong
support in the convention.
Chas. P. Ross is the present city
engineer of North Platte and lins
the reputation of being one of the
most accurate engineers and sur
veyors in the country. Under for
mer engineers the city surveTs were
very inaccurate. On taking charge
of the city engineering Mr. Ross
first work was to establish monu
ments at proper places by which
block corners and buildings can be
located with accuracy by any fu
ture engineer. Mr. R. is at pres
ent at work on the Sioux City &
Ogden Short Line, but we are au
thorized to say that he will be down
in time to attend to his political
The New York Independent has
engaged Joaquin Miller to write a
series of articles on irrigation and
water storage, a subject that is oc
cupying the public attention at
present. We publish the first arti
cle this week. This is the most gi
gantic question that has ever ap
peared before the American people,
so far as the possible expenditure of
money is concerned. Billions
may be spent and yet not much
of a showing made. A quarter of
a million dollars have already been
appropriated, which will suffice
for a mere preliminary survey.
The scheme involves the construc
tion of vast reservoirs throughout
all the great Rocky Mouutain re
gion from the plains to the Pacific
coast, from Mexico to British pos
sessions, and the construction of ca
nals on divides and high grounds,
allowing the water to flow down
from time to time over the land
bringing under cultivation the now
The people of Nebraska and Lin
coln county especially are deeply in
terested in this matter. Only a
few years ago the South Platte
was a flowing stream the year
round. For eight months in the
year it is now a dry bed. With an
extensive system of reservoirs and
irrigation along the head water of
the North Platte that beatiful river
would be in the same condition.
However what might be a loss to
us would be a great gain to others.
It is only a question of time when
the water from nearly all the rivers
in the desert regions will be diver
ted to higher grounds, reservoirs
constructed and the water stored up
for use during the dry months.
This will cause a gradual evapora
tion, a larger amount of rain-fall
and snow-fall, and may in time en
tirely change the climatic character
of the country.
Candidates to occupy Congress
man Land's place are quite numer
ous with more to follow before the
campaign opens. The names bo
far mentioned are Secretary of
State G. L. Laws, State Senator
Taggart and Hustings of Crete.
What a pity the State of Beatrice
is not in the second district. Then
there would be candidates galore .
THE JUDICIAL NOAiTNATION.
The Lincoln department of the
Omaha BepubUcan of the 22d con
tains the following in reference to
the judicial nomination.
As the time for the republican
state convention draws near candi
dates for the one important place
to be filled multiply. Thus far no
body has seemed to care to be re
gent of the university, with the pos
sible exception of E. M. Correll, of
Hebron; but, notwithstanding the
fact that it has been repeatedly as
serted that there would and could
be no opposition to Judge Reese
and that his renomination is a fore
gone conclusion, there is no scarci
ty of legal luminaries who propose
to enter contest with the judge for
the place. Reese's friends profess
to believe that his renomination is
assured and that he will be declared
the choice of the convention by ac
clamation on the first ballot. A
conservative opinion on the proba
ble result, arrived at by careful in
quiry, would hardly indicate such
(a condition of affairs. Reese has
the inside track, but if he is re
nominated it will not be without., a
fight. That there will .he opposi
tion is as certain as that there will
be a nomination. What the
strength of the opposition will be
the next month will determine.
There are several prominent law
yers and politicians in the state
who believe they are peculiarly
fitted to adorn the supreme court
bench and who are perfectly will
ing, not to say anxious, to become
judicial ornaments, These men
are going to take a turn in the
race, which is at best but a go-as-you-please
affair, and ther are not
going to go on one foot, either.
In- this category should be iucluded
the name of Judge F. Gr. Hamer, of
Kearney, as it has already; C. I. Dil
worth, of Hastings, who has declin
ed the honor before it was offered
him, but who, it is understood,
would not decline if the nomination
were forced upon him by a plead
ing convention; and E. F. Warren.
These candidates have already been
assigned places in the field, and
now a couple more have suddenly
turned up. Judge W. H. Morris,
of Crete, is one. There is no
show for the Judge, but convinced
as he is that "it is better to have
run and lot thau never to have
run at all." he is prepared to try
for the high judicial honor. Then
there is Senator J. I. Nesbitt, of
North Platte, Lincoln county.
Within the past three weeks Nes
bett has taken a high position in
the front row of those who have
the presumption to aspire to warm
Judge Reese's comfortable seat.
His candidacy, if pushed to a finish
with the same degree of earnest
ness with which it has been com
menced, will probably develop con
siderable interest before the matter
is finally disposed of in Hastings on
October 8th. Commenting on the
Nesbitt phase of the political situa
tion, a prominent politician who
was a leading spirit in the last state
senate and who lives in 100 miles
of Lincoln, said yesterday: "John I.
is and will be a candidate, aud I
wouldn't be surprised to find that
by the time the convention meets he
had gathered considerble strength.
Geographically, he is perhaps the
most fortunately situated candidate
in the field, and location, in case
Reese goes to the wall, will be an
important factor in the fight, if
fight it can be called. Besides this,
Nesbitt. although a young man,
has a large personal following,
which will be utilized to the utmost.
He has strong congressional aspira
tions in common with nearly every
other Nebraska politician, and he
has an sdea that if he makes a good
run and loses, it will have placed
him prominently before the people
and thus helped him on his way to
Washington. But he wants to be
supreme judge,too,and will get there
if he can. Should the contest nar
row down to Reese and Nesbitt
there will in all probability be some
music Reese, you know, has some
pretty well defined prohibition
ideas. On the other hand, the sen
ator from Lincoln county has some
equal positive high license views.
I know that he voted for the sub
mission bill last winter, but every
man who voted for submission is
not in favor of prohibition by any
means. I have personal knowledge
that he is a high license man when
it comes to a question between that
and prohibition. Now the inten
tion is, I believe, to force an issue
before the convention on the liquor
question, and divide the field as in
dicated by the personal preferences
nit rni hi
or tne two men. ms win be in
teresting to a degree, and will give
an added zest to the contest. I can
not tell how it will come out, but
I look for Nesbitt to make himself
shows the amount of money on
hand,County f 20,207.04 lessi.oa
eauals $19.44ii 46: City $786.02
less $97.79 fees equals $688.23;
Schools $7,812133 lessi$2i0:65 fees
equals $7,601.68ftJong a grand
total of money in treasury of
An unsophisticated Yankee would
think the county was overflow
ing with money, but if he saw the
treasurers warrant book he would
see that there were thousands of
dollars of registered warrants wait
ing payment. He"would naturally
think our laws very defective which
would permit so great an accumu
lation of money in the treasury
when the county was so much in
debt, but if he turns to the Compiled
Statutes of 1885, chap. 93. sec. 2:
"The treasurer of every county
shall keep a warrant register,! which
register shall shpw the number,
date and amount of each warrant
presented and registered as herein
after provided, the .particular fund
upon which the same is drawn,
the date of presentation, the name
and address of the person in whose
name the same is registered, the
date of payment, the. araount of in
terest and the total, amount paid
thereon, with the'aate when notice
to the person in whose name such
l ' i. j :
warrant is registeieu. is j"cu.
Sec. 4. "It shall be the duty of
every such treasurer to put aside in
a separate and sealed package the
monev for the payment of each
registered warrant, in the order of
its registration, as soon as money
sufficient for the payment of such
warrant is received, to the credit of
the particular fund upon which the
same is drawn. buch package
shall be endorsed with the number
and description of such warrant
and the name aud address of the
person in whose name the same is
registered, and the interest upon
such warrant shall thereupon cease,
and such treasurer shall by mail
immediately notify the person in
whose name the.same is registered,
and shall endorse the date of the
mailing of such uotice upon such
Sec. 8. "Every such treasurer
shall daily, as moneys are received,
foot the several" columns of his
cash book "
Sec. 9.. "Any such treasurer
who shall fail regularly to enter
upon his csish book the amount so
received and receipted for, or who
shall fail to keep his cash book
footed from day to day as required
by this act for the space of three
days shall forfeit for each offence
the sum of one hundred dollars, to
be recovered in a civil action on
his official bond, by any person
holding a warrant drawn on such
treasurer, one-half to the person
bringing sucn acpnT. ana one-nan:
to the school fund of the county
in which such action is brought."
j Sec. 11. "Any treasurer who
i shall for a period of five days after
tne moneys in amount sumcient
to pay any registered warrant in its
order have been reqeived fail to mail
notice thereof to the person regis
tering such warrant shall forfeit to
such person ten- per cent on the
amount of such warrant and ten
per cent additional for every thirty
days thereafter during which such
failure shall continue.
He would certainly be non
plussed, for the statement showed
$6,120.01 in the county general
fund, that according to the receipts
of the state treasurer nearly all the
money paid was prior to April 24th
and the treasurer's warrant book
shows the first notice mailed to
holders of warrants was June 29th.
1 would most respectfully ask
our county treasurer to explain to
the public why he keeps such large
balances in the treasury and if he
did not take more commissions for
his collections last year than the
recent decision of the supreme
court grants, and if so why said ex
cess does not appear in his state
ment. James Belton.
Cholera in Michigan.
Dr. L. D. Larke, of Rogers City,
Michignu, says the epidemic of last year
in Prekque Isle County, in which several
persons lost their lives, was choleric
dysentery instead of cholera as first
reported". He used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and. diarrhoea Remedy and says
it succeeded, where till other remedies
failed. Not a single case wis lost in
whih it was used. This remedy is the
most reliable and most successful medi
cine known for colic, cholera morbus,
dysentary, diarrhoea, and bloody flux.
Twenty-five and fifty cent bottles for sale
by A. P. Streitz and., Dr. Longley North
THE TREASURER'S STATEMENT.
Editors Jribuxe: The pub
lished statement of the County
Treasurer is an extraordinary docu
ment which I wish to briefly notice.
It appears that the total amount
of, monev collected from January
1st to July 1st was State $10,520.29,
County $32,957.36, City 3,771.42,
total $47,249.07. The treasurer's
commission would be ten per cent
pn $3,000, four per cent on $2,000
and two per cent on $42,249.07, to
tal com mission $J,224.98, which
would bs very Plose on 2.593 per
cent. The county's share would be
$852.58 and the city's $97.79. The
school moneys have not been in
cluded which are all one pr cent
commission. Amount or school
money collected $21,065.11, com
mission $210.65. The statement i
Uncle Sam's bone and nerve liniment will re
lieve sprains, brniees, neuralgia and rheumatism.
Sold by all druggists.
Forlnme back, side or chest, nse Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. For sale by A.
Oxe Hundred Dollars Reward. Stolen,
about 8:30 p. m., August 33d, 1889, a span of
dappled cream-colored mares, with white manes
and tails, one four years old, branded on left
shoulder with triangle brand with dot in center,
shpd jn front feet with toe-bar shoes, unshod on
hind feet, strip in face, will weigh about 900 lbs.
The ether, unbranded, five years old, unshod;
been blistered on right front leg, white snip on
nose, when stolen had on quarter boots, will
weigh about 850 pounds, sub-maxillary glands
under jaw slightly enlarged. Team was hitched
to a side-bar covered buggy, painted black, and
both horses wear fly-nets, blue in color, with red
tassels. Fifty dollars reward will be paid by
Lincoln county for arrest and conviction of
thief, $25 reward by the sheriff for same, and J5
by the owner for return of team, buggy and
harness and conviction of thief.
D. W. Bakeb, Sheriff,
R. II. Langford, owner, Xorth Platte, ?scb.
North Platte, eb..
ROAD NOTICE NO. 101.
To whpm it may concern:
The commissioner appointed to locate a road
commencing at the intersection of the section line
between sections 8 and 9, tuwn 14, range 33, and
the south bank of the North Platte rivci, thqnce
easterly about one half mils t the south end of
Bird wood bridge over the North Platte river, has
reported in favor of the establishment thereof
and all objections thereto er claims for damages
must be filed In the county clerk's office on or
before noon Monday, the 28th day of October, 1880,
or such roajl will be established witnout reference
thereto. J. E. Evaks, County Clerk.
By C. Dick, Deputy.
This powder never varies. A marvel oE purity,
strength and wholesomeneas. More economical
than the ordinary kinds and cannot bo Bold m
competition with the multitude of low test,short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only
in cans. Roval Baking Powder Co.. 106 Wall
Street, New York.
The endorsement of German Syrup is unnar
allelled. We will publish 1000 testimonials re
ceived during tho last six" montlis. lleed Uieni
May save your life.
Bucklin's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 6ores. tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cepiles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranro givo satisfaction or
money refunded. Pric cents per box. For
salo by A. F. Stroits.
Croup. Whooping Cough and Bronchitis im
mediately relieved Toy Shiloh's Cure. For sale by
A. F. Streitz.
That Hacking Cough can be bo quickly cured
by Shiloh's Cure. Wo guarantee it. For salo
by A. F. Streitz.
Mothers wiU find Dr. Winchell's Teething Sy
rup jnst the medicine to have in the houso for
tho children; it will caro coughs, colds, soro
throat and regulate the bowels. Try it.
NOTICE TO PIWPERTy' b'wNERS.
Property owners and others are request
ed to remove at once all refuse from the
alleys bordering on their lots in com
pliance with ordinance relating thereto.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
Notice is hereby given that hunting ou
the lands of the undersigned . is strictly
forbidden. All persons so trespassing
will be prosecuted to the full extent of
8w Paxtox & Heksiiey.
NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS.
Bids will be received at tho county clerk's of
fice at North Platte. Neb., up to 2 p. m. on Sat
urday, Sept. 7th. 18S9, for the purchase of $18,000
of Brady Island Precinct 6 per cent Hegistered
Bonds, interest payable semi-annually in New
York City, on eacli firt day of February and
Aucust of each year.
These bonds are eighteen in number, and of
tho valnno of $1,000 each. They are authorized
by Chapter 45, on pages 485, 480 and 487 of the
Statutes of 1837, of tho State of Nebraska, and
were adopted by the voters of Brady Island Pre
cinct, Lincoln county. Neb., at a special elec
tion called for that purpose, the whole vote for
bonds being 174 and the vote against only
The first two of these bonds is duo August 1st ,
1901, and tho last two in 1909.
Present inde btedness of the Precinct. 000.
Assessed valuation, $29o,424.2tj. Estimated
valuation. $ 1,482,121.20.
A certified check of $100 must accompany each
These bonds are considered first-class security.
J. E. Evans, County Clerk.
North Plattt. Neb., Aug. 23, 1889. :?32
By virtue of order of sale issued by W. C. Elder
Clerk of the District Conrt of Lincoln County,
Neb., upon a judgment rendored in siid Court in
favor of Wm. C. Bogue against Lucien Stebbins,
Elizabeth Stebbins and Patrick Walsh, I have
levied on the south forty-four (44) feet of lot one
(1) and two (2). in block number one hundred
and seventeen (117). in the city of North Platte.
Lincoln county. Neb., and I will, on the 2oth day
of September, 18S9. at 1 o'clock in the afternoon
of said duy, at tho front door of tho Court house
of said county, in North Platte, sell said real
estate at public aution to tho highest bidder for
cash; to satisfy said order of sale, tho amounts
due, costs, and accruing costs.
D. A. Baker,
32j. Sheriff of Lincoln Cou nty, Nebraska
ROAD NOTICE No. 110.
To whom it may concern:
The commissioner appointed to view and lo
cate a road petitioned for by Josephus Hubartt,
John G. Suley, W. D. Bobinson and others, do
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Commencing nt tho southeast corner section
13, town 15, range 31 west, thence west 47.80
chains, north 08 degrees 30 minutes west, 34.23
chains, north 22 chains, north 15 degrees 45 min
utes E. 11.39 chains, north 12degs. 30 mins. W.
15.28 chains, north 69 degs. W. 15.93 chains,
south ft! degs. W. 9.39 chains, soutli 5i degs. W.
14,90 chains, north 3(5 degs. 30 mins. W. 58
chains, north 14 degs. W. 40 chains, north 20 dgs.
30 mins. E. 11.50 chains, north 13.97 chains, north
15 degs. W. 1(5.42 chains, north 00 chains, north
20 degs. 30 mins- W. 23 chains, north (55 degs. 30
mins. W. 33.90 chains, north 47 degs. W. 5.25
chains, north 15 degs. 15 mins. W. 6 chains, nortli
67 degs. W. 42 chains, north 5 decs. 30 mins. E.
11.90 chains, north 50 degs. W. 8.80 chains, north
32 degs. W. 11.73 chains, north 63 degs. W. 35.90
chains, north 42 degs 30 mins. W. 29. 83 chains,
north 29 degs. 30 mins. W. 16.94 chains and ter
minating at 2.97 chains west of southeast corner
section 20, town 16, range 31,
Having reported in favor of the establishment
thereof, all objections thereto or claims for dam
ages must be filed in the county clerk's office on
or before noon of tho 14th day of October, 18S9,
or such road will bo established without refer
Dated tins 10th day of Aug., 1889.
J. E. Evans, (To. Clerk.
324 By C. P. Dick, Deputy.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Nebr., ?
August 24th, 1889. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
mako final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before Register and
Receiver at North Platte, Nebr., on Nov. 13th,
1889, viz: Loomis Bice, H. E. No. 4256 for
tho northeast quarter section 31, township 13,
range 27. He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: WiUiam Beatty, Ever
al A. Johnston, Edward D. Murphy and Robert
Bnrk, all of Brady Island. Neb.
333 Wm. Neville, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb.,
August 24th, 1889. J
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
mako final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register and
Receiver at North Platte, Nebr., on Nov. 13th.
1889, viz: Archibald R. Adamson, H. E. No. 5867
for the E hf of NE quarter, section 22, township
13, range 31. He names the foUowing witnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and cul
tivation of, said land, viz: Bernard Beer,
Thomas Rowley, John W, Baggett, Alexander
England, all of North Platte, Neb.
336 Wm. Neville, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at North Platte, Neb., 1
Aug. 10th, 1889. S
Notice is hereby given that tho foUowing
named 6ettler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim and
that said proof will be made before Begister and
Receiver at North Platte, Neb., on Oct. 19, 1889,
viz: Loren Sturgis on Timber-claim Entry No.
1256 for the south half of the northeast quarter
and north half of tho southeast quarter section
6, town 14, range 30. He names the foUowing
witnesses to prove Ids cultivation of said land,
viz: Lester Walker, H. J. Hansen, D. B. Mc
Neal, of North Platte, Neb., T. J. Jones, of
U. S. Land Office, Nortli Platte. Neb., )
August lath. 1889. f
Complaint having been entered at this office
by William G. L. Craig against Anders Enquist
for abandoning his Homestead Entry No. 10023,
dated April 13, 1886, upon the southwest quarter
of the southeast quarter and the south naif of
the southwest quarter and the northwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter section 12, town 10,
range 27, in Lincoln county, Nebraska, with a
view to tho cancellation of said entry, the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on tho 1st dny of October, 1889, a 9 o'clock
a. m. to respond and furnish testimony con
cerning said alleged abandonment. ,
325. Wm. Neville, Register.
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