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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 February 1894

i ! 4 - 1 0. L. WILLIAMS, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Nuts of all Kinds. 9 Mtth nhmt C. L, WILLIAMS, "We are making Fresh Candies daily. Come and see. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1894. NO. 6. mi Our Grea Oh! -:- FOUR DATS ONLY, Beginning Friday, Feb. 16th, and ends Tuesday,Feb. 20fch TOLD IN A FEW WORDS EVENTS OCCURRING IN ALL SECTIONS SUMMARIZED. The Many Happenings of Seven Days Be. duced From Columns to Lines Every thing bat Facts Eliminated For Oar Read era' Convenience. During these four days we will give away free of cliarjre a pair of Rubbers with every pair of ladies', mi ses' and children's shoes sold. Four Big Bargains in Hosiery. The greatest hosiery bargains ever offered. 35 dozen ladies' fast black hose, never sold in this town for less than 15 cents, at this sale for Seven cents a pair. Twenty-five dozen ladies' fast black hose, would be cheap at 20 cts., at this sale for 10 cents a pair. Twenty-five dozen ladies' full. regular made fast ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 February 1894

J I T - .2- f 1 'S i. IRA L. BARE, Editok ajtd Proprietor ( IF J AID IN .ADVANCE, . . :ir xoi paid nr advakck. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $1.00 TEB ANNUM tl.50 PKB ANNUM . Kntared at the KorthPlatte (Nebraska) postofice as eecond-clacs matter. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1894. . i. The Aearnev nub announces that ham and eggs will be taken on snbscrintion at that oflSce. Editor Brown expects too much. Up this -way we gladly receive corn meal and liver from those who are in arrears'. Tt is currentlv reported that Judge Holcomb, who is pretty certain to receive the pop nomina tion for congress in this district, is a member of the A. P. A. If this k true, can our neighbor, the Era, support him in the campaign? Hating failed to enjoin Secretary Carlisle from issuing bonds, the Knights of Labor through Mr. Sovereign will try a new scheme on the secretary, the exact nature of which Mr. Sovereign at present re fuses to divulge. . The senate judiciary committee by a vote of five to five, decided to rep...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 February 1894

5 ,j jg- , . . i V - 1 I I - - 33 aH Banana ST t I 7 WEDNESDAY, FERRUARY 14, 1S94. :v For satisfactory photographs try G. ' W. McDonald of the Elite Studio. W. C. Ritner received. a large in- voico of marble the latter part of last week. The continued snow-fall the latter part of last week augurs well for crop prospects the coming season. The drop in temperature the latter part of last week occasioned what was almost an epidemic of colds. The members ot the K. P. lodge are collecting quite a bice lot of suitable furnituro for their new lodge room. The probabilities are tliat to-day Judge Dundy will receive an unusually large number of valentines from railway employees. Ira Bra?hears, founder of the Chap pell Register has been deposed from his official position in the pension depart ment at Washington. Charley Breternitz hopped the counters in Thomson & Swarthout'6 store this week during the illness of Xiuke Miltonberger. The county commissioners have been in session the past wee...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 February 1894

LEGAL NOTICES. sHExrrrs sale. By Tiitae of an order of sale issued by W. C. El der, dark of the district court of Lincoln county, NebraatJk, upon a decree of foreclosure ren dered In eaid court in favor of Mary T. Hyde and against Henry M. Wolf and Mary C. Wolf, et . aL.1 have levied upon the following described real estate u the property of the said Henry M. Wolf and Mary C. Wolf, et at, to-wit: The east half (EH) of the southwest quarter (SWi), and the southwest quarter faSW H) of the southeast quar ter (SEU) of election twenty-four (24) and the northwest quarter (KW K) of the northeast quar ter (ME H) of Section twenty-five (25), and the northwest quarter of section 25, all in Town ship nine (9), norm or uange twenty-nine iz; west'ol the sixth principal meridian in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and I will on the 21th day of Fabruary, 1884, at one o'clock p. m. of said day. at the oast front door of the Court-house of said county, in North Flatte. Nebraska, sell aid real estate at pub...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 February 1894

t C. L. WILLIAMS, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Nuts of all Kinds. or t & L, WILLIAMS, We are making Fresh Candies daily. Come and see. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKAi JUMESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894. NO. 7, ias. WATCH THIS SPICE NEXT WEEK. Happy Greeting to All ! Davis, the Hardware Man, Has just received the Nicest Assortment ot Lamps to be found in the west. Also a nice line of silver-plated Tea and Coffee Pots and Tea-kettles; something new, combining beauty and durability. We handle the ACOEIT STOVES, cook and heating, for either soft or hard coal, which will be sold regardless of cost for the next three weeks. Ee member we carry a full line of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware and would lie pleased to have you call and see us. A. L. DAVIS, - - - CASH STO.RB. Repairing Promptly Executed. IT . J. BROEKE R , Merchant Tailor, OIj 33 1ST IE DFSL j& TXT 2D DEL JEZ 3J u!2k 31 2f5 33 2rL LARGE STOCK OF PIECE GOODS, embracing all the new designs, kept on hand and made to order. PERFECT...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 February 1894

f fee Wxihtm. IRA L. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. IF PAID IK ADVANCE, - - 1-00 PEB ANNUM IP KOI PAID IN ADVANCE, - $1.50 ANNUM Bate red at theKorthPlatte (Keliraska) postoffice as Bocoad-claf s matter. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894- Some verv damaging testiniouv has bNa introduced in the Brecb inridge-Pollard scandal in the tak ing of recent depositions at Dan ville, Ky. The latest developments appear to put the matter in a very different light. The yellow fever has appeared among the United States war ves sels off the coast of South America, and noor Jack Tar appears to be m store danger from the attacks of Yellow Jack than rroin tne ounets of the revolutionists. The coveruor of Kansas may have 1nfc hut erons bv crasshoppers, but be never before had Mrs. Lease after hun. The sooner he builds himself a cyclone cellar the better. His populist militia, organized to pro tect his sacred person, will hardly save him by forming in a hollow square before his door every mo...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 February 1894

'V if L ' x.r- - Jb ir jlf -V ..4 " ? -1 -. WEDNESDAY, FERRUARY 21, 1894. The I. O. G. T- will give a dime Bocial at their ledge room, on Thursday to which tho public is cordially invited. The raeetine of tho W. C. T. U. will be held on Saturday at three o'clock p. m. at the residence of Mrs. H. M. Slack. "Mrs. N. F. Donaldson entertained a party of young ladies and gentlemen Friday evening in a very acceptable manner. M. T. Tobin has been dangerously" ill. the past week with an attack of pneumonia. His hosts of warm friends hope that his recovery may be speedy. Bob Rannie and Bob Mason are now two of the happiest tinkers in tho town. They are ensconced in the shop over Keith's hardwaro store where they are prepared to do your job of tin work expeditiously and m first class style. Tho Daughters of Pocahontas slipped m last night and surprised the bucks of Pahaska tribe No. 10, 1. O. R. M. while the latter were having a little fun in the Haymaker's degree last night Refreshments were...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 21 February 1894

LEGAL NOTICES. SHERIFF'S SALE. By Tirtus of an order of sale Issued by W. C. El der, clerk of the district court of Lincoln county, XebraAa, upon a decree of foreclosure ren dered In said court in favor of Mary T. Hyde and against Henry St. Wolf and Mary 0. Wolf, et . alI aave levied upon the following described real estate ai the property of the said Henry II. Wolf andMary C. Wolf, et at, to-wit: The east half (EH) of the southwest quarter (SW&), and the southwest quarter (BWU)of the pout heart quar ter (BE Ml of Section twenty-lour (241 and tne northwest quarter (NW J ) of the northeast quar ter (NE M) "f Section twenty-five (25), and the northwest quarter of section 23, all in Town- sfilp nine (, nortn or uerjge twenty-nine weatjof the sixth principal meridian in Lincoln county, Nebraska, and I will on the 21th dny of February, 1891, at one o'clock p. m. of said day, at the east front door of the Court-house of said county, in North Platte. Nebraska, sell said real estate at ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 February 1894

- r n r- f V C. L. WILLIAMS, 2tk Tobacco and Ci&rars. 'ruits and Nuts of all Kinds. m - 11 ; , i m-. ViiL'S 1 ... . -m-.-w- I rnrn-rt -"rTrfWWTr 1 r TT I 1 1 TA ITTl m TTV 1 XT TITinn TT I TVTT - 1 1 ATi"V O NllKin KLATTK. MBKASJVA. YYJbmNJtoJLJAI. rriDitUAlll 28. Ly4r. uv. o. IJkttc C. L, WILLIAMS, We are making Fresh Candies daily. Come and see. fVOL. X. 1 - a NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY m Can't Alter lacts ! r i - ' 7s v.. I. It is a well-known fact that we sell none but the best goods made in this country. It is a fact that we If sell everything in our store 25 per cent cheaper than any -,i ' store in "Western Nebraska. Our spring stock of shoes is now complete and we Coffer for the next 10 days greater bargains in shoes than land come and see the goods for yourself. Dry Goods Bargains. SHOES. SHOES. Ladies' fine cloth top button shoes, shoes worth 2.25, at this sale 1 50. Ladies' dongola shoes with patent tip regular price 2.00, at this sale 1.35. Ladies' ve...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 February 1894

TtLkrTi. B ATUL "Editor and Proprietor Tir -- v Kit? 1 f -25? -41. i-im - V 4t flntotn. 8UJWCKIPTI0N 'KATES 11.50 FEB AKKCX at the North PUtt e (Nebraska) postoffice as scond-claBS matter. MMDffESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1891 jrjc''4Jni .p resident nas cone soutn tor rSTT--' a luv nnnr rtt- ran rloTre r o -. it duration. This is disheurt New York Sun editorially en tne postal cards ot the pres ejrtimini8tration. This the first flood feature Brer Dana has discov urine the reign or king Gro- tr..ud they were ordered by a pre war administration. f P i - - r -i Thi late3t from sister Mary Ellen is that she claims to beloner to mwuuiu i.iau:ruiiy uy reusua ut .tljly witnessing through the wicket tke conferring of three degrees at f"- Leckport, ri. x ., several years ago. The iear creature has probably been , redding some expose (?) of the or ganization, and never straddled the goat according to Hoyle, The expenses of the government exceed its revenues three million dollars a week, which is abou...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 February 1894

Ike ikw. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1894. fe-Oae btM. C. Keith's roadsters tnnk Jimwnwa bjiu wrouga our streets yester rV' Mwc Beer ePcta to ship a cojpl 3f ;8M or worses to the New Orleans . ;Mkefc this week. "Hidden Fruit" social at Y. M. C. A :W,ndayniffht,March-2d. You nr Welcome. Free. -v H.T . a m . ' -7; nswu BQU Bee II 106 Old wither proverb in regard to the first reedays of March, ruling the spring is correct. For several nights last week the dis play of "northern lights" was verv bril liant, probably the fiaest that has ever Deen seen m this locality. If you are in need of a baby carriage, and. yen are lucky if such is the case, call at H. S. Keith's and examine th fine line he received yesterday. A large number of hogs were mar keted m this city yesterday. With the couBtry skinned out as closely as it is, i-the prospect is good for better prices for June pigs. The band boys are working up a . very pleasant musical programme for . their entertainment next month. It promises t...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 28 February 1894

4fakes More 1 L Hakes Whiter. Makes Better- BHD Than any other Flour Manufactured. HARRINGTON & TOBIN, ttSTOIWrH: PLATTE, Agents for Western Nebraska. Ask vour grocer to buy it of us. Notice the brand, and if you use Minnesota Flour, take no other. LEGAL NOTICES. In the matter of the estate of George A. If ew jnan. deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the creditors of said deceased Will meet the administrator of said Es tate before me, County Judge of Lincoln county, Nebraska, in the county court room in said county on the 7th day of June. 1891, on the 7th day of July,1894,andon the 7th day of August, 1894, at one o'clock p. m. each day for the purpose of pre senting their claims for examination, adjustment and aUowance. Six months are allowed for credi tors to present their claims, and one year for the administrator to settle said estate from the 7th day of February, 1894. This notice will be pub lished in the Nobth Platte Tbibujje newspaper for four weeks successively, on and...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 March 1894

C.L.WILLIAMS, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Nuts of all Kinds. 9 . L. WILLIAMS, We are making Fresh Candies daily. Gome and see. VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, MBRASKA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 1894. NO. 9. all Can't A ter Facte! It is a well-known fact that we sell none but the best goods made in this country. It is a fact that we sell everything in our store 25 per cent cheaper than any store in "Western Nebraska. Our spring stock of shoes is now complete and we offer for the next 10 days greater bargains in shoes than ever offered by any store in this city. Kead our prices and come and see the goods for yourself. SHOES. SHOES.. Ladies1 fine cloth, top button shoes, shoes worth 2.25, at this sale 1.50. Ladies' dongola shoes with patent tip regular price 2.00, at this sale 1.35. Ladies' very fino dongola shoes patent tips, regular price 3.50, at this sale 2.50 Very good dongoln Oxford ties , patent tipp, woith 1.25, at this sale for 75 cents. Misses dongola fine shoes patent tip, l eols or sprin...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 March 1894

i " v ' ' " v. Iff-" a.: . - : " " i . 7- :V Wat Wtibm. IRA Ii. BARE, Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION BATES. if txtd nr abtakcx, - - $1-00 pjeb juotom IF KOI PAID XH ADVAXCX, - ' $1.50 PXB ANNUM Entered it theKorthPlattc (Nebraska) postoffice as 8 eccrad-cltM matter. WEDNESDAY, 31ARCH 7, 1891. Jubal A. Eaeey, the prominent confederate general, died at his home in Lynchburg, Ve., Friday night at the age of seventy-Height jears. The interstate irrigation conven tion which is called "to meet at Om aha on the 21st 'and 22d of March promises to be largely attended and good resoles may are anticipated. Considerable interest is being aroused in Germany over the work of the silver monetary commission With the objection of that country removed the aDnreciation of silver interests in the United States will be an easy task. The Bland bill, providing for the coinage of the silver seignorage and a 1 11 1 tne silver bunion in tne treasury passed the house Thursday by a vote of 168 to 129. Ther...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 March 1894

1 ; If 'I ' - 1 - r IF- 4 4N 6 5--4. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7th, 1894. ; The-Methodist people held a social at the Dillard resides oe on Thursday evening. J. P. Fill km is putting a cornice on the north twenty-two feet of the block recently purchased by George Dillard. The cut rate to San Francisco and return will probably induce some North Platte people to take in the Midwinter Fair. 4 and see the fine line of seeds exhibition at Harrington & r v now on Tobin'i. L A. Fort was in Gothenburg Friday making arrangements for an irrigation meeting to be held at that place in the near future. W. E. Beach, who sustained the fracture of one of his legs a few weeks ago, is recovering nicely, and expects to be out upon our streets in a few days. A new ehort.order lunch counter is being fitted up in the room adjoining "Guy's Place." It will be conducted by Wm. Lyons and another gentleman. Work on the Cody ditch will be commenced as soon as the grader, or dered some time ago, arrives. Employ ment...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 7 March 1894

1 nr. urn MM I) Makes More Makes Whiter. Makes Better Than any other flour Manufactured. THE BATTLE. HARRINGTON & TOBIN, nsroTja: platte, Agents for Western Nebraska. Ask Your grocer to buy it of us Notice tbe brand, and if you use Minnesota h lour, take no other. LEGAL NOTICES. APPLICATION FOB LIQUOB LICENSE. Notice Is hereby Riven that Charles Richards has filed his application to the county commis sioners of Lincoln county, Nebraska, for license to sell malt, spirituous and rlnous liquor, as pro. Tided by the statutes, In the unincorporated vil lage of Sutherland, Lincoln county, Nebraska, for a term of one year from March 15th, 1S94. If there be no objection or remonstrance filed within two weeks from the 23th day of February, 1891, said license may be granted. CHARLES RICHARDS, Applicant. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION- Lend Office at North Platte. Neb. (. February 21th ISM. 1 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filednotico of his intention to make final pro...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 March 1894

C. L. WILLIAMS, ffiDTIS OF ILL KINDS, And the Leading Daily Papers. c - Mmm CELEBRATED HOME-MADE GflNDlf VOL. X. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, 1894 NO. 10. OUR SPRING OPENING FOR 1894. I mi am OF BANDITS II Santa Fc Depot at Woodward Bobbed of Over $10,000. Our Spring stock has arrived and all of our departments are so chuck full that we are unable to get all the goods on the shelves, and were- obliged to stop some of the goods on the road, and in order to make more room we will for five days commencing FRIDAY, MARCH 16th, hold the Greatest Slaughter Sale ever known in this locality, and we hope all will take advantage of the sale. Look at these prices: OVERPOWERED THE AGENT. Taken From Hit Room at the Hotel byTrri Masked Men and Made to Open the Depot Safe Bank Robbers at Giilcshurg-. H FOU The best MEN'S HOE. ever3 ma m jf - - r It 'it 9 Inquire of your shoe c (THE FAIR STORE,) Br' DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT: Plaid and Striped Suitings, double fold, regular price 25 cents,...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 March 1894

r IRA Ii. BARE, Editor and Pbopbietoe SUBSCEIPTION KATES. ir rATD IN ADVANCE, - - $1.00 PEIt AlfKOTt . IT SOT PAID IS ADVANCE, - $1.50 l'ffi ANNUM Entered at the North Platte (Ncbrasha)postofflceas eecond-clafs matter. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1894. Democratic prosperity has reached Texas, where a big cotton mill cost ms $500,000 was sold for S30,000. It has been suggested that phi losopher Henry George write another book descriptive of Cleve land's second regime and entitle it 'Progress Toward Poverty." Senator Maxdebsok" has intro duced a bill to pension Gen. Thayer in an amount not less than 8100 per month. The General deserves and needs such a pension, but it is doubt ful if the bill passes. Having been forced to abandon the sugar refinery scheme, the union depot, and the Platte canal scheme, Omaha is now counting on a great building boom this season. We hope it may materialize. The great religious revivals being held in several of the strongly dem ocratic states augur well for the ...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 March 1894

-,53- Wit irikw. WEDNESDAY, MARCH U, 1894. ft Editor Hill is improving the appear ance of his home on West Second street by the addition of a couple of porches. For the latest, finest and best in the Photographic line try McDonald the ? new Photographer of the Elite Studio, iForecasts of weather for North - Platte and vicinity for to-night and to - morrow: Colder, with prospects for unowers, possibly turning to Bnow. , r ! It is said that a farmer in tbe vicin ity of Hershey is figuring upon utilizing a gasoline engine of several horse power capacity this season for irrigation purposes. Quite a large sale of reserved seats is beina made for the band concert on Friday night of this week and the indi cations poinr to the boys being greeted with a good-Bized audience. Too Udd iellowB ot tins city are making preparations for the celebrating ot the anniversary of their order on the 20th of April. That date is reverenced by members of that fraternity. A quartette of the iHrgest 6ized lamp...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The North Platte tribune. — 14 March 1894

Makes More Makes Whiter. Makes Better BREAD Than any other Flour Manufactured. ii i i m i mm i MY BOOKS. MUtUtSlMntMHT&W. 17 vr "wuraafi Mrly flt WNWHMMMNK fkfT TMM HARRINGTON & TOBIN, Agents for Western Nebraska. Ask your grocer to buy it of us. Notice tbe brand, and if you use Minnesota Flour, take no otber. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION'' land Office at North Platte, Neb. f February 2llh. 1854. Notice in hereby given that tho following nntned pettier 1ms filed notice of his intention to moke final proof in snpport of his claim, nnd that saiil proof will 19 made before Register and Receiver nt North Pintle, Neb., on April 14th, 1RU. viz: l)eVitt YanUrocklin whomado H. E. No. 13iri0, for tho southeast qaarter of section 24. township 11, range SO wes. He names thy fol lowing Tvitneescs to provo his rontincons residence npon and cultivation of said land, viz: Edwin L. Garrison, Orrin Bacon, Abner Votow, and William Towell, all of Elizabeth, Neb. A. S. BALDWIN, 80 Uegi...

Publication Title: North Platte Tribune, The
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