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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

137.f - " .f " " * - - . . ' ? ODE biPlOUATIC BESlDJiNTA Flio and What tho Foreign Bepresentatires Arc Diplomatists Who Are Bachelors and Some Who Have American Wives. A Washington correspondent of The Cleveland Leader writes : Little is mown about tho foreign legations at ! f ITashington. There aro twenty-nine fi i if them , and among tho men that coin- lose them are some of tho noted 1 liplomats of tho world. They are not he greatest , perhaps , for America is : onsidered a second-class mission , and mr custom provides for only minis- crs plenpotentiary and notfor ambas- adors. Diplomats do not consider ho United States the most desirable , iost. Located as it is away off at one ido of tho globe , and far from the freat European cities , they prefer ttther tho governments of Europe. It Paris , London , Berlin , or Vienna , he court society is better than here , tnd it is a short jump from one coun- ry to another. London is only a few tours from Paris , and Berlin can be 'cached in...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

F. M.&E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. TN view of unsor t'reund Bishop's re cent high and lofty tumbling in the po litical arenawe are impelled to the con clusion , out of sheer admiration , that , be i3 a jewel , a rare one at that , ot the iirst magnitude and purest water , even if he is not consistent. THE TRIBUNE humbly prostrates itself before the majestic awfulness of unser freund George's gall , and admires its immen sity of proportion , pureness of quality , consistency of purpose , and whatsoever other trauscendentally superlative graces which naturally attend such greatness. We feel lost in the intensity of homage , fascinated and powerless. But , Georce , we judge you not harshly , but in great charity. For some inexplicable reason your endowment has not been of judg ment , consistency , and pearls of like price , but in order that your case might prove a horrible example to all genera tions , in the fcarfulness and wonderful- ne...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

T' jVih Thursday , November 19. 1885. CONGKEGATIONAL. Sunday School at 10 A. M. everj * week. Preachlnjr services every Sunday night at 7.30. 31. T. Also , every i Ui-r- nuto Sunday morning at 11. M. T. K.\cci > tionri to the above will lie noticed in locals. jf , Pastor. METmDIST. Services every Sunday at 1 : J > 0 < M. and 7 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday ScttJM at 3 P. M. The services and Sunday school 'tfill he held for the future in fhe no\v church. All arc cordially invited. Scatnirec. W. S. WHEELER , Pastor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the church once every four weeks. THOMAS ODLLEN , Pastor. T AtcCOOK LODGE A. F. & A. A ? . yIlegular mcetiiiKS , Tuesday ni ht on Xf * f or before full moon or every month. /\J\ S. L. GHEEN , W. .M. ' yr ' jf. L. McCiiACKEN. Secretary. WILLOW GUOVK LODOK K. OK P. , 17. . Meets the Ilrst and third Wednes- cvening of each month. J. W. CAUPBELI , , C. C. $ A. M. SPALUINO , K. K. S. IIOCKNEL.I , HOSE COMI'ANV. Itf , ' - ular meet...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

THE BLIND GODDESS Holds High .Carnival in Hoary Headed Gotham , and Blind as She is , Still Sees Enough to "Wring Her Heart with Pity for Ignorance , ' 4 And Raise Her Temper "With ' Ire Against Folly. The Little "Napoleon" Between the Mills of the Gods , and the Bars of the Tombs , Faces Twelve Men at the Pirst Station on .the Eoad to St. Helena. Special Correspondence , NEW YORK CITT , OcL 28 , ' 85. 4 The principal theme of conversation In Gotham for some days past has of course been the bringing of "Ward before the powers that be to answer the charges'in the first indict ment that could be found against him pos- eess'ng the necessary drawing qualities to urine him Into court. "Even handed justice" Jinds it so difficult to lay bauds on anything : that will reach a man through red tape and eharp lawyers now-a-days , no matter what the general opinion may be of his guitt , that it took nearly a year and a half to find an in dictment of this nature , hut'it came at last , and not on...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

' ' ( ' . . DOMESTIC HINTS. CHEESE CAKES. Line tartlet pans with puff paste : lot the edges have three thicknesses of paste. Fill them with the following mixture : To a pound of loaf sugar add the juice of three lemons , two tablespoonfuls of brandy and a quar ter of a pound of perfectly fresh but- Grate the rind of a lemon over small as possible. Beat six eggs add them to it. Stir over a fire jl it begins to thicken like honey ; then let it partly cool. Fill the pastry pans and bake in a moderate oven. . POMONELLA. PUDDING. Tnto a two-quart pail put one quart of apples , pared and sliced , over which put half a cup of sugar , a pinch of salt and two ounces of butter. Make batter of two cups of Hour , one spoon ful of butter ( or clear beef dripping ) , a little salt and two teaspoons of bak ? ing powder. Wet up with milk and. roll out , of a size to cover the apples in tbo pail. Cover the pail and set in a kettle half full of boiling water. Qover the kettle and keep it boiling bris...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

WILCOX & FOWLER'S. . . . ( Successors to WILCOX BROS. ) T-nan'king the customers who have so stead ily patronized/the\pld firm , will assure them that the new firm will CON-TINUE to meet all competition forfell Standard .Goods. * r BELOVV YOU WILL FIND A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR MANY/BARGAINS : 12 Ibs. Granulated Sugar for : . . . $1.00 13 Ibs. White Ex. "C. " Sugar For & . 1.00 14 Ibs. Yellow f'C. " Sugar for . " . X.U'Vv.- ? . . 1.00 New York Buckwheat Flour 7.V. : ! . .Gc. a Ib. Finest Maple Syrup. . § 1.20 per gal. New Sorghum. .50c. a gal. All California Table Fruit " . 2f > c. a can. Wheeler's 3 Ib. Table Peaches 20c. a can. G cans for $1.00 other Ccinned goods as low as any house in town for same grade of goods. CAN SAVE OLONTEAS ! Men's Arctics $1.75 Mens' and Boys' Boots from § 1.00 to $5.00 CriiF"All grades of Womcns' , Misses' and Ghildrens' Shoes , from French Kid-to the Coarsest. Cotton'Flannels from Gc. to ISc. per yard. Heavy Medicated Twilled Flannel 40c. worth...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

r * dm J " ' . - - * . VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 26 , 188S. NUMBER 26. EW IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING AND DRY COODS ! BOOTS AMD SHOES , , 1,1 * IT/- ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS. HouseFurnishing Goods. LOOK AT CALL EARLY IN THE DAY AND AVOID THE RUSH. IT"l L. LOWMAN & SON , > MAIN STREET , McCOOK , NEB. C. K. LAWSON " "l "ft . . , EDEALER INEE : iii Q i . 02 1 02O -.i O o CO o CO3 : ! & ! ' 02 ( Q vv o SHELF AND HEAVY Stoves and Tinware , BARB WIRE. STUDE8AKER WAGONS , PLOWS , Etc. McCOOK , NEBRASKA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Q. L. LAWS , Bolster. C. F. B1BCOC2 , Omen nouns : From 9 A. M. to 12 M. , nnc 1 to 4 1' . M. , mountain time. COCBRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-LawS Gen'l Agents , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt niut careful attention plen to Law Cases In all the Courts of the State ami all classes of 17. S. Land IJuslness transacted licforu the local office t McCook. Nebraska , and thp Interio...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

- THETKIBUNE. . . M. & E. M. K13EIIEII , , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB INEWS QE NEBRASKA A NEBRASKA BoiON Tor. News has just ( been received , snys the Omaha Bee , that Clarence Whistler , the noted athlete , who jinado his debut in Omaha as a wrestler 'while employed in tinfinicking works , has ; scored another victory which places him in "the front rank in the annals of wreslling and crowns him with the title of champion 'of the world. The defeated man is William ' .Miller , of 3Ielbourne , Australia , and the 'match took place in that city on the even- ing of September 2G. It was for § 1,000 a Bide and for the championship of the world , best two out of three , Grujco-Roman style. * , At the beginning of the first bout , there was khe usual sparring and MJller went down to 'his ' knees inducing Whistler to try a turn and getting back at him with a back fall which was not successful. Miller twisted and the position changed , an attempt to throw by each being met. Whistler then threw Mi...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

GOTHAM'S OAULDBOff. The Echoes of the "Ward Trial Strike Terror to Other Financiers , Wlio Helped Bring The Little Napoleon to this "Waterloo. , , < ) . The Modern Sphynx Breaks Golden Silence s for Silver Speech on a Matter of If Greenbacks. The Opening of the Operatic Season in Hew , York Under Money Making tj Auspices. Special Correspondence. NEW Tons Crrr , NOT. 4,18S3.0 The close prospect of Tuesday's election , in which Judge Barrett cameupfor re-election lo bis position , may have liad some considera ble bearing on the swift ratributfon which overlook.Fenlln and Ward and landed bim so summarily in Sing Sing last Saturday , with tbe utmost sentence of the law hang'nji ovor bis devoted liead tenenrs at bard labor , wblch by gool conduct on his part , can be re duced turee months every year , and thus commute his sentence to seven and a half years In the penitentiary. \ HSDITATIOXS IX SING SIXG. However that may le , end whether he would'have bran so summarily dealt with had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

- F.M. . &E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. SKffiESSSSSKS INDIANAPOLIS , IND. , Nov. 25. Vicc-Prcsident Hendrioks died very suddenly at 4:30 : P. M. .BLEEDING KANSAS is enjoying a "corner" on murder , and crimes in gen eral , these days. EDITOR KING of the Red Cloud Hel met , was fined $100 and sentenced to the county jail ninety days , by Judge Gaslin , Tuesday ol last week , for an as sault on Dr. Denny of that city. The assault grew out of a petty dispute over a certain scat at a hotel table. King evidently deserved his sentence. XOT long ago King Milan set out to lay waste the country ofhis enemies. Now he is back in the old territory , and glad enough to receive money and cigar ettes from his friend , the emperor of Austria. The money will be devoted to the necessities of the Servian wounded , but the disposition of the cigarettes is not so plain. They must be the Bulgar ian' atrocities we have heard so much about. Kansas City Times. Is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

. . . T 7 * * * i-"i' * r-1't" 'fgT. * * .y G STOR H ' S -0 MfcCOOK , NEBRASKA. i ms - ; A. SPALDING PROPRIETOR 5-2 . . , , i > O : i Oo p I Fianos and Organs , : II ; D \ I SEWING MACHINES. ; o * * 5 ' ] J. A. TAYLOR , Druggist. .FREES' & HOCKNELL , PROPRIETORS OF THE DEALERS IN : LuR } : - ? , Lime , Sement , Sasli , Doors , Blinds , HARD AND SOFT COAL. YA" : : AT L'eGOOS ) INDIANOLA , CAMBRIDGE , ARAPAHOE , AND OXFORD. OSiallenge Wind Mil ! , Suin-rior to any ou tliu market , being llcnier. . Stronger Built , and therefore a more Durable Mill. It Is the only absolutely safe Mill built ; anil outof Thousands Erected During 12 Years past , not one has ever blown away anil left the Tower stanilin ? . A record no other Mill can show. "We offer to put up any of our PUMPING MILLS ON THIRTY DAYS TRIAL , And if they don't give satisfaction , vrlll remove Mill nt our own expense. Also Manufacturers of the Celebrated Challenge Feed Mills , Corn Slu'llers , Iron Pumps T.-itli brass c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

THE M'COOK TEIBUNE , SUPPLEMENT. McCOOK , NEB PERSOiNAL AND IMPERSONAL. * v > Cor. JAMES EDWABD CAZHOUN , o * Elberton , Ga. , a man of wealth , lot- tors , and eccentricity , and a near rela tive of John C. Callioun , will bo mar ried jn December to a fair widow of tEat state. Ho is 90 years of ago. MEISSOKIER has painted a f nil-length miniature of himself in which the fapo is said to1 bo no bigger than a man's finger nail , and yet there must be an immense amount of cheek about it , as the little picture is priced at § 3,000. A COKRESPONDENT who recently saw Gen. Schenck says ho looks old and grizzled. Oid ago has added seams and wrinkles to his homely features , and given him no grace to compensate for them. He has passed his 70th year. OIJVKR WENDEM. HOLMES has a Cray goose-quill with a gold pen fastened to it which , he says , has don o every bit of his literary work. Ho has used different holders , but. the same pen , which has only been mend- eioncu. MRS. LAWRENCE BARRETT...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

* ttJirf . Thursday. November 26 , 1885. CONGREGATIONAL. Sunday School nt 10 A. M. every week. Prcnchinp services every Sunday night nt 7. M. T. Also , every alter- nnto Sunday morning nt 11. M. T. Exceptions to the above will he noticed In locals. OKOIIGE DUNGAX , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday nt 1" : SO A. M. nnd 7 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday School at X P. M. The services nnd Sunday school will beheld for the future in the new- church. All nre cordially invited. Seats free. W. S. WHKKI.KH , Pnstor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in tlio church once every four weeks. THOMAS CULLKN. Pnstor. McCOOK LODGE A. F. & A. M. Uefruhir meetings , Tuesday night on or before full muon ofjcvcry month. S. L. GItEENV. . ; .l. F. L. MCCUACKEK. Secretary. _ WlLLClW UltCIVB LODGK K. UK P. . Q. LD. Meets.tho flrt-t and thiiil Wednes day evening of each month. J. W. CAMI BILL. C. C. A. M. SPALDING , K. It. 8. HOCKNELL HOSE COMPANV. lle- ulnr mectin > rson the first Wednesday of ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

. r Good Cheer. -A. bevy of fair - - girls theywere , And all exceeding busy ; 3Iaud sewed upon a crazy quil'c , And so did Jess and Lizzy ; While Jenny painted on a fan Some charming cherub faces , AndJSell aud Bell right skillfully Wovoyards of pretty laces. IButJPeg , in-wicker chair bedecked With .ribbons , gently rocking , Uarned foot drawn on her little Imtid- 'SCha toe oilier silk stocking , Her dainty , black silk stocking. O , ernch a picture as she made , Thn goldeu sunbeams glancing " "Upon ier head , as , to and fro , She swayed with grace entrancing , " fer lovely brows were slightly bent , JEer Tips closed rather tightly ; -Quesaw atonco her task was not - - A task to think of lightly. ITith care sho drew tho fine thread through , Thestitches interlocking , And with her needle pierced my heart While darning that silk stocking , That dainty , black silk stocking. ilAHGAKET ElTtNGE. . TEE IEXFORD SOA1SDAL Prom San Prancisco Argonaut. Society in Lexford was agitated to it...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

f Tlio Art of "SIiado\vin . ' Chicago News. I "Shadowing" Bays a Chicago deteo ; tive-'is the most difficult and the mos < iscientifio work in my profession. IB [ all of his great cases Allan Pinkerton depended mainly on what he learned l > y shadowing , If a man is well shadowed for two weeks so much can to discovered concerning his habitSj his associates , his inclination , his secret acts , in short , of his inner' life ; that almost a perfect biography oj him can be written. Every man doei many characteristic things when he thinks he is alone that he nevei would do in company , and th < 'shadow' learns a man's true charac ter by witnessing his natural life. Mbr < people than you imagine have been 'shadowed' for the information of both friends and enemies. Many curiousand sometimes suspiciouswives havotheii ihusbands 'shadowed , ' and .many a husband has locked tip in his desk a mirror of his wife's private life in tha form of a 'shadow's' report. Nearly every man in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 26 November 1885

B , M , BRI0KEY & GO'S ' QLQTHING HOUSE THE 0ENTER OF ATTRACTION ! Everybody is greatly excited over the Prices E. M. BRICKEY & CO. are making on Clothing , and are rushing in to capture some of their . - ! never equaled Bargains before the assortment is broken. The cause of this agitation is thatwe bought an immense quantity of / . Clothing of an eastern manufacturer was closing out his winter stock , and by taking the entire remaining stock in thre several lines , got them at a reduction of nearly § O per cent , and are giving our customers the benefit of our big strike. We arc selling a good heavy durable suit for § 4.50 Sold everywhere for § G to § 7 * A fancy plaid suit for § 16.00 \Vorth $20 A nice suit for § G.OO Worth $ S In finer goods we have a large variety of fancy A heavy nil-wool suit for $8.50 That would be cheap at § 10 worsteds and cassimeres at $1G to § 18 Worth ! § 25 made. For $10 we sell a fine all-wool , fancy check suit. Worth § 13 In Overcoats we sell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

Pil.J - I VOrfUME IV. McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 3 , 1885. NUMBER 27. SWEET MlISiG ! E ECONOMICAL ! DOLLARS SAVED ! ! r 0 O $ & w < DLDL DL PFOQ 3. . IN NOW OFFERING * - S ! IN Watches , : s , f My Stock is Full and Complete , Embracing Everything New and Novel in T H H AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Or SILVER AND PLATED WARE The Finest in the "West , and at Prices that Can't be Beat in this Country. I ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF BOOKS At Half Price ! "Well Bound , Finely Printed and Hake Handsome Gifts. Dickens , 15 Vol. , $9.75. IrvingsVorks. . 10 Vol. , $0.50. Eliot's Works. 8 Vol. , less than § G. Hundreds of others in proportion. Single books , 45u , to Goc. These prices can't be beat. I AM ALSO WESTERN AGENT FOR ft ( I POSSESSING ALL THE NEWEST AND MOST VALUABLE IMPROVEMENTS , THE ROYAL ST. JOHN ! IS THE PERFECTION OF SEWING MACHINES. And it is tits Very Machine You Want , BE SURE TO SECURE A CHANCE IN THE GRAND - = - HOLIDAY FREE GIFT DISTRIBUTION....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

-rfiETKIBUNE. . I" . BI. E. M. K1MMEU& , Pubs. McCOOK , NEE NEWS OMEBBASKA THAT MYSTERIOUS MURDER. At every session of tho United States grand jury during tho last four years the mysterious death of Watson B. Smith in the federal building in this city has come up for inves tigation. The excitement at the time Mr. Smith's body was found lying at his office door , was intense , and since that time every clew has been followed in the vain hope that the mystery might be cleared up. Three theories were advanced accidental death , murder and suicide. The latter was speedily dismissed , and public opinion was , and has remained , about evenly divided between the two theories. The belief that Mr. Smith accidentally kilted himself greu' stronger as time elapsed. Clew after clew on the theory of murder was run to ground by the most skillful detectives the country afforded , and semi-occasional sensational stories were exploded. But the investiga tions were never dropped , and at every re ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

"VOTE 'ODE1 Abstract by Counties of the Vote Cast for Judge of Supreme CourJ and Begents of the University AVthe Election Held Tuesday , November 3,1884 , as'Eeturned by the State Board of Canvassers. Scstterinir Tn-'ee IS' : Wpjeit . 11. 3HE SEAT OF OVERA'SIEXT. jHisiellaneoits Matters of Interest at the Ra tional Capital. "ine rresiaent lias made tlie ronowlng ap pointments : To be consul of the United States , Preston D. Bridges , of North Carolina , at Montivirteo. Urapuay ; W. H. McAardle , of Mississippi , at San Juan Del Xorte , Nicara gua ; Joseph W. Marriam ( a citizen of the United States ) at Iquique , ChiliVilliam ; C. Emmett , of Nevr York , at Smyrna , in India. The secretary of the treasury received the followin ; ; message from Mr. Colonna , assist ant superintendent of the coast survey : "The coast survey reports great earthquake waves on the Pacific ocean at San Francisco , as in dicated on the coast survey tide gua e. These earthquake waves were noticed Nov. 19th ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 3 December 1885

r < F. M. & . E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. HOMESTEADS. DELIA CAIllt. j llESiDENCE. 'Ambiguous testimony as to resi dence will not bo accepted in final homestead proof. The dates of .absences and causes of absence must be stated. Where claimant's family did not reside on the land , the reason therefor must be stated. j ASSISTANT COMMISSION * : . . STOCKsr.voi.u to ' Itcjfistcrand Hccelvcr , Huron , Dak. , October . lCth.1883. ( F.11.W. ) I DELIA CAyu , a widow , tnade II. E. j No. 84G5 , May 26 , ' 84. and on April 4 , j ' 85 , commuted same to cash , No. 12,813 , alleging settleincnt.and actual residence , j September 27 , 1884. She bought a rclinquishment of the claim , and the house that was upon it at the time. Her improvements arc de scribed as a house 8x12 feet and 15 " acres of breakingall alleged to be worth $100. She says she was absent not to exceed 30 days at any one time visiting her daughter. In : i supplemental affi davi...

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