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W. B^MITCHELL. BDITQJt.
Thursday, 1, 1870.
Be'-:V '-i mi'mi:
CAW. H. A. OASTLB, the editor of
the-Anoka Union, "who was a member
of the reoent exearsion to italoth,
givee the following as his impressions
eoneerning the place: Duluth is
bubble, that baa got to burst, There
an the elements there of a good town,
and in feet, a large city, it will' some
day be. But it is, at present enormous
ly inflated. It moat pass through the
experience of most western towns, and
offer a collapse, before it settles down
HX farmers in the valleys of the
ON Friday evening last a grand ball
and supper was given by the St. Paul
Chamber of Commerce to a party of
distinguished Philadelphiaos visiting
shatettr. The local reporters are ia
rapture* over the oeeaaion. The par
lets of the Metropolitan were "grandf
th» oateotinsj frieh f. the muaio stands
,ds« the fiddlers "elegant,-" the ball
room "spaeiow and elegant the ma
tie wu the "choicest the scene was
"most brilliant," involving a general
mixing up of "Xairj daneew," "gaflantl
eavaliers," «rieh costumes," "gossamer
robee," "glittering jewels," "floating
ftte*#
9
-k-^t.'::-.l:-^VS.-v^V --ra
{I Biu ..
Seine and Marne, are. purposely., de
stroying the'r crops and provisions to
prevent their failing into the hands of
the German army. The grain. mills
and, all their contents that could not bo
removed have been burned by their
owners. A the crops throughout
France were short" this year anyhow,
tibia destruction will tend to produce a
great scarcity, and doubtless, in many
places destitution. -f,
a say
-"Tate MILWAUKXB & *€tfoi Paoc
RAILWAT.—S. 8. Merrill, General
Manager ofthe Milwaukee 8 Paul
Railway, and the best railroad man in
the Western eouiitry, arrived in this
city, yesterday, accompanied by A. 'V.
•flf' Oarbenter
HGen%rei,('1Passe'i§eT
Agent, and they are stopping at the
Park Place Hotel. Mr. Merrill's ardrf
oorand untiring labors,' for td taioy
years peat, ia the' discharge of his
duties, have made soft* inroads oh His
health, and he haslnken' a long •ftrr'
lough, returning^ tpj£s headquarters at,
Milwaukee ten day* age*, fHeifc M^f
.much improved, and is being japidlj
-restored to the robust physical ..condi
tion which he has so long enjoyed. A
few day of relaxation and business
.combined in the invigorating air of
Minnesota will still farther hasten his
recovery, which is cheerfully looked
for by his army of friends and his rail
road associates.—St. Paul Pioneer.
forms," Ac., &o,, 4c all to/'sweetly m3 uFiV) ui!? no,
distending orbs we. read that ajijs,
t^oi.!
and-So wore a "rich white sa'in
other a "point laoe ove:
that there were "square corsagej|,^nnd
skirts male "m pannier,", tfm ftltiW
~h:!kBfmemtf\(»he»l)f&ebJW /!j |H*
^Int'oonrideraWy diszy a in
..eompteheod aU this, ee follow, ,the, rei
#eYU#adaw*toth©eupperrowj, where,
in'additMQ io "elagaat^^^banners/' Vex
)qnliita(flap"va»dj,^oicestbouquete
•icq«|fl«i "aa «l*gwt «otwtoipment" oft
the "best and rarest substantial to
whiehr were added'the "ohoicest swie|«
meats and fruits from every clime,
Gli»labonte/
delicate and almost fairy
in -turnip^pyramids, and flowers of
•'ffle-- rarest bearty and most deheate
it a
(tI
Jrt«
jr-^iatat^t
OHS of the most tempting ofleVe cte
have had for iome time has been that
»f pnblishing aiomeWhat extended edi
tonal no ieo of Birick' Pomerdy's paper
and receiving in return a picture of
that arch scallawag. We are not deal
SsjiH te^iSE^*11^ ^haiieter at pre*'
'ol a
*nenpi'
^~Wjiakigya5^»:^uii^e^^!«''^JM'J1
deneienapsetry, brean*, eakee, aaucea W W
^aehet peers and-gtapea, aad
uvaftAKY NOTICE*.
THUS far it would seen: that bat tell'
of tW^'oH'"'"'iiHWafif be^aii liave
been deposited, and thefce cMt '"'urn
Mr. B. D. ldtoM^V or
The time for depositing these bonds*' §qr is beautiful^ illustrated, and num
bers amoog its cbttiWt&rs the names
of Kate Suthejrlj«a^Ada M. Kennioott,
will expire on the 10th, and there is an
absolute certainty that not-enough will
eome in to make the lot operative.
SpeeUeg
bondho)de!
says" th'ej may as weli charge theVmduni
to profit and loss, so far W this genera^
tion is concerned. The State has made
them, a liberal offer, and they will stand
in their Cvra. light if they neglect to
accept it." The Winona Republican
remnrks: "The State has made a fair
and just offer, the rejection of which
will inevitably terminate all attempts at
a settlement of the bond question, and
leave the holders of the bonds in pos
session of a quantity of paper more
destitute than ever of either present or
prospective commercial value." Both
of these papers favored the bill, and
they now express the general feelings
of the people of the State.
•:', .^Arthur's Bo-ne Magazine for
September opens with an excellent story
contributed by Mary Hartwell, entitled
ilA
Daughter of Ishmael's." The vari
ous departments possess their usual in
terest. T. S. Arthur & Sons, publish
•SB? Philadelphia.
Clio Stanley, and others equally well
quajife^^^eiao ^dwldren., T. &
adelv
quahfied :te
9
|Je|a chUdren
Wim* n?0^*ttvll^ae
off
4 7 O for handsome
typography, high-toned literature, and
first-class illustrations, is not excelled
by any other. The September number,
just issued, is fully up to its usual
standard. W. Jennings Demorest,
publisher, New York.
-^-Demorest's Young America is on
onr table, and we find it, as ever, good.
The chromo of the Baltimore Oriole
makes the present number especially
attractive. W. Jennings Demorest,
publisher, New York.
—The September Rivertide sets but
with all sails flying in its frontispiece,
which represents a barque "Outward
Bound," the tug just leaving her An
derson gives one of his stories in his
best vein, "The Most1 Extraordinary
Thing" it is called tbeW are tvro or
I threeIBea-pieces, and one ot sport in
"Prairie-hen Shooting &o. Hurd &
Houghton, publishers^ New Yorfc
«**-The Wettefy&on$l/iot
bef concludes Afe 'ieifial, '*flhe° Soliibg
-StoneV' W A Croffn^ formerly of
Mintfftota/TOntributesan able article
0n,
to a steady, healthy growth.
Therefore our advice is, to men ofered
steady nerve and large capital, go
there, move cautiously, and get rich.
But to adventurers, of small means and
lets patience,—stay away. There are
toe'many such there new/' :i
tern-
"Is War necessary "T
Th two
consid-
to he the United States'and Rus
sia: ''The 'Spanish?-American bur
lesqueij^""Crossing tfcb Rio Grande
"Legend of Federal Bottom &c.*, are
included. With the October number
the magazine will be enlarged, add the
pri6*Trdised to $3.' Western1 Monthly
Oa,4 publishers, Chicago.
mh
—fh* the Allahtic for, the current
month, G.S. HiHard givesextracts from
VTne English Nofelook^ |of Natbinial
Hawthorne Kate Field writesapprecia
tively of Feehter, the great actor and
versatile genius Chapter IX. of Bay
ard Taylor's serial, ''Joseph and histhe
friends" is unusually good Longfellow
givies ar^H(mdf^l of Transitions and
there are several short and continued
stories, making altogether a very ex
cellent number. Fields, Osgood & Co.,
ptfDlishcrsyBostoSJ'/ "/^:n 'vy^
-T-The Technologist has jtwentyrsix
!§fW(Jo%$$&$$< wm&
exceUenrpuHi'pa^io'n.rand ya.luahla.. to
all interested in the industrial arts.
Published at -.
.orkl
wm*^m&m.Mri
-,i-u iviia v'-r: 9i &tro
ta ^GpoA.tfe&lfytkia valuable arSclesl
Wu«Pte
vtPl^hli
|^WiJ
0
diseases "Household
fof9llWJee» •'/'Bow tOi venti-
late a sick room "Muscular motion
''Instinct and Reason &o. Alex.
Moore, publisher, lioston(
'.rr+Iis army of little readers ought to
be in good spirits with Our Young
Folks this month, for it brings them
a rare lot of good things, beginning
with "We Girl*, a home Story and
running through to the "Evening
Lamp" and "Letter Box The illus
trations are numerous. Fields, Osgood
& Co., publishers, Boston. Upk
—Old and New for September has
the following among its table of con
tents "Bryant's Iliad "Our Oldest
fortress,-" "Paraguay 'folwtJeorge ",
"The Quakers in New England
"Pink anfl Whtti to Mfrs
Stowe's story "Six Months on five
cents "The NaiionaF^'dhdrci ",
4«Beumeneiar Couiic'il,*" &e: Roberts,
Brb*„ pttolishers, Boston.
rifi I ii*Csawaj*"' ,tfM bi*s hi
—-The LiUTc Corpor alia a prime
Aoieest varieties, VlWTO#
and ignoring Wholly ihe «wine list, em
inwefagikbohdieeet and meatexp^i W
ilvi'w^t ft^igwandAihertea«:vi^
•. of flswriieawd rarobr^d."
'"''A^'tll^^luilMlitttoglr-'fhal. SpringfiMJJQ
S Tni phhtishcr is
redeeming his promise that it shall be
Sewell Co., publishers, Chicago,'111.
''jand i-S MsiiriBss OH A'OOLOBASIS.
em
6 Financial Chronicle of New
York Statea that the increase of "busi
hess.on a gold basis" is so great in that
city that half the banks have gold ac
counts, and the number is ..daily in
oreaBing.^^isJs^a, good sign of ihe
fhe^ times,"and. justifies.,,tjie^,ac^pn of
The business in gold certifioates is }m-
iipn^ejr.t^^^te^i^.e^ehj^g^'
tfjbe new^gold notes are^issuedj \ji
ma^€^iP|B«?»
W VmMmiT- t«lrfiripTevaJI% HnObeatUi„
ton W W & 1 «Ma»i ^rjttMPii^wavmay^ bei «wessed .at
a to
a W itpfetttaito .saO
ren^m^laft#¥dliy
|VlW' ncwamy g1a#%fW^ gMgeowiIj
«afii2MiwiaHiIaLs A I
ajnenuvuPgwaroeei yrem wnenvwe
ii:%eW^erevew^qjuet#i
egiado
[o^noVIO^.eiffli^Sat. 0^^ j^el eftoil ai «fi
•Sw»j^W« tone
ed Woit wumra
fe*fe
one \nr ,bo'.-am ao ixoi
AteBNlMlifdour
an^en^waa«a have "fnn Wiih the
beer
shout
t9ii V: r.ki'
.,«.7X-^jreoent act of'CongBi
irWO»_JJna JIB ^.f$«r §i
so amends
that S8rip
can now boused by pro-emptors th^
same as Military' "Warrants, ih( the
location of Government Lands.
-—The Big Horn expedition, it ap
pears, has come out of the littlo end of
the horn They traversed pretty
thoroughly the proposed country, but
found no gold. They then divided in
to three parties and wended their
Weary nomeward. They have endured
ne mtoeamib with the death ei one
NEWS.
Reported Jimction of Mc
Mahonand BazaineUntrue.
Tuesday's and Wednesday's
Battles.
TALK OF RUSSIAN INTER
VENTIODv
THK SIEGE O BTRASBOVBGl
•. .: .-$
vi«L^FC 9.:b 'Hi
.i(. -JJ
The reported junction of McMahon's
and.Bazaine's forces was not true, al
though a Paris dispatoh of the 30th
says a junction is not despaired of.
Reports were also telegraphed from
Paris on the 29 th, of a terrible battle
having been fought during all that day,
near Montmedy, but these have since
been contradicted.
TO-dAY'8 DISPATCHES.
The dispatches to-day announce tha
a great and bloody battle was fought
on Tuesday and Wednesday between the
Prussians nnder the Crown Prince and
Frederick Charles, and MoMahon, be
tween' Meuse and the Belgian fron
tier,^resulting in McMahon's defeatt
The losses on both sides are tremend.
nous. This probably is the decisive
battle, and before long peace will again
reign.
N EW O K, Ang. 30.—-The Worltfs
London special telegraphs the repetition
of the imminent peril of Bussian inter
vention at no distant time in the war.
St. Petersburg papers of the 22ddetermined
deny that the Czar has in any way rec
ognized the conduct of the Prussian
regiment ot which he is nominal pro
prietor, and adds that' Russia reserves
to herself the most absolute freedom to
act as her position requires in the in-may
terest of European equilibrium and her
owndestiny. bsiooi :,'•-
The approach of hostile armies to
Belgian/frontiers excites great ap
prehension that country. The Bel
gian army is on a war footing.
the vote of Aug. 12, it is ordered to
the front. The arming of garde civil
goes on rapidly.
An American newepaper correspon
dent at Stavoid had an interview with
Bismarck, and was most cordially
treated. The King was very kind also,
and sent word to the Amerikaner that
in ease he found dfficulty procuring food
he must come to the royal headquarters.
The treatment of American journalists
and travelers by the Germans as well!
as by the French, has been most flat
terin when compared with that
stowed upon the people of other na
tions, and testifies to the popularity of
our'country in all parts of Europe, i.,
BRUSSELS August 27.—'Prussian
scouting parties are at Meaux, one
hour from Paris.
PAftis, August -28.—Le Prense
says: "The official announcement,
made in the Chambers, that the Prus
sians arc marohiag on Paris, causes
neither astonishment not fear in the
capital. The Parisians receive it with
quiet resolution."
Gable tptcial to Tribune. •'.
LONDON, Ang. 30.—'Our special cor
respondent telegraphed from Verdun
Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock, and on
Tuesday forenoon at 5 o'clock hi* mes
sage was received in this city. N news
had been received there of the great
battle reported as being fought.
LONDON, Aug.30.—A dispatoh from
Brussels says McMahon is about to make
a desperate effort to force his way from
Sedan along the line of the Montmedy
and'Thionville railroad, with the object
of attacking from the north whatever
Prussian forces may be gathered in the
triangle formed by the fortresses of
Metz, Yerdun and Toul. Regardless
of there numbers, McMahon hopes to
have co-operation at all those places.
The attempt is a bold and desperate
one, as there is no escape from destruc
tion in case of deteat. I is believed
the Emperor will await the result of
this movement at Sedan, and be ready
to cress at Boilieu into Belgium in
case or defeat. gdti&^M ,.
Dispatches from the Prussian gener
al headquarters, dated Sunday, declare
that Bazaine's communicatidns are com
pletely ^cut off, and all telegrtms print
fedin Paris as front him must be manu
factured there.
fii??
*mV -s.,
A correspondent Of the Telegraph
writing from' Paris, thb 28th, gives'
the 'following intelligence
Mr. Waahburne, American Minister,
has a hard time' of 'it. The Germans
in France are under his protection,
Every German who is arrested nnder
provisions of the reeent proclamation of
Gen. Trochu, demands at once to be
taken before Minister Washburn for
max a a: foam .•:.- .: ,.•,:• i\
examination.
.Np American has yet been captured
as a soy, whilo ten out of every dozen
Englishmen have been.arrested.
The Tetegraph says that the Ameri
cans do not travel, while Englishmen
do with their chests of plate. The
former carry their Colts and diamonds
in their vest pockets and chignons.
It is certain that McMahon does
not mean to fight for some days.
BaussEM, Aug. 30.—Stonay wfli
be re-ocenpied by the Prussians.
Belgian troops left this morning for
French frontier.
A special correspondent writes from
the Crown Prince's headquarten at
Ligny on the 24th: .,
This is a great day in the campaign
of the 3d army* The King, Moltke
and Bismarck have arrived. The
fireete have Ijeen choked with Ba
variaa troops from morning until Into
theafternoosu The word ia
ward t7laxkr Infantry, eavalry and
artillery wagon trains and everything
move oeaselessly forward. The troops
are in excellent oondition.
The TW&une's corresppndent tele
graphs from Frankfort Monday night
that great damage had been dope to
Strasbourg. The principal street is in
ruins. After the offer of an armistice
was rejected, and the German'flagof
truce fired on, tho bombardment was
renewed with increased vigor. The
fall of the city is imminent.
The same correspondent telegraphs
from Carlsruho Tuesday night.tha| in*?
habitants of Strasbourg just ..escaped
from the city report dreadful suffering.
Peoplo spend the- nights in cellars.
Potatoes are 20 trance per pound, and
other things in proportion. Horse
flesh Is the only meat.
Gen. TJlrioh Hectares that he will not
surrender until the city is a heap of
ashes.: The inhabitants beseech him
to make terms. Tbe besieging forces
are increasing, while their losses are
still trifling. One hundred and sixty
pounders were lately placed in positon.
The cathedral is but slightly injured.
Rain has been falling in torrents for
several days.
PARIS, Aug 30—Midnight.—The
following official news have just been
promulgated by the Minister of the In
terior:
The march of the Prussians on Paris
seems to have been arrested.
MoMahon continues his movement
There has been no serious engagement
yet.
Chalons has been evacuated entirely
by the Prussians. Railway trains go
freely now as far as Rheims.
The National gardes of Seine, Marne
aud Aisno are organizing to offer vigor
ous resistance.
A person who left Strasburg on Fri
day last, says one part of the town has
suffered much, but the garrison is sup
plied with plenty of provisions and
munitions of war, and the citizens are
to res:st to the last' nob
A Prussian vessel has just been cap
tured and brought into Kunkerguen.
The Patrie, to day,, in an editorial
says military events of the utmo't im
portance are preparing. Whatever
be the result at Paris, Franca must
redouble her energy and create a third
and fourth army. The Germans are
active and we must use all our efforts.
r'NEwYottKr,Atig.
The Surveyor General of the State
has the care of all the publio lands
and is the timber agent, to prevent
trespass upon them. The actual sur
veys are carried on nnder cootract, the
contractors receiving from the govern
ment commissions as deputies of the
Surveyor General of tbe State.
The land is surveyed in townships.
The field notes made the deputies
are returned Jo the often, examined,
verified, and from them township maps
made in triplicate, one of which is
kept in the office called the "original/'
another sent to the General Land office,
the third sent to local land offices.
The field notes of each township are
transcribed in duplicate, describing the
soil, characteristics, timber, &c. Oneinjured
copy is fikd with the original, the oth
er accompanies the township map to
Washington
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31.—The dispatch
of Gailla'dets from Paris last night
has little news additional to that al
ready published.
It Bays McMahon has an effective
force of probably 200,000 men, the
elite of France and that everything is
now in suspense awaiting tho issue of
the battle which must soon be fought in
Ardeene or along the Meuos/
The Prussian army advancing on
Paris by valleys of Aube Seine is noth
ing but the Landwehr, Prince Royals
troops having turned north to meet
McMahon.
•THE O E S E S a.C«lYKY I
MINNESOTA. .'.'„•'"•
Hon. C. D. Davison, tTnft^l'States
Surveyor General, who has/his office
at St. Paul, has jUst completed his an-
hual report to the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, at Washington,
showing the progress of the public sur
veys in Minnesota. The plan for con
ducting the surveys of the government
land, isprobably not as familiar to all
our readers, and the following from tho
Minneapolis Tribune, relating thereto,
will he of interest:
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fe&bsoJ .i ,,.
The above shows tho details of the•'•'
work. Since the last report 2,603 lin
ear miles have been surveyed the origi
nal notes made, examined, and* map-
ped, comprising 131 tottustify niips^^ in,•tor
all, with 108 descriptive stieets of soil,
JPower, thei chief ^raoghtsinatt, in t%«i
Sectional map oftho State, which w|ll
soon be printed, and forwarded to the^
local land offices'.
0 towufc
ships haye Jbeee rorvoyed, or 25,92,1,
032 acres, showing that less than half
surveyed. The past year 886,390.
62 acres have been surveyed.
The advance of the settlers has been
in advance of the progress of the work,
and the endeavor has been, to so dis
tribute the surveyors, that the lands oo
enpied, or about to be, should be platted
first. Forlastyear's operations, Congress
appropriated $20,000, which was small.
This year the appropriation,was increas
ed to $130iQQ0, which ^ie^^^i|inje
the survey of''•• the c«ilf^ffl^«^,*l8P
land grant* The fidd-wwhis,carried*
on both winter and summerTj the ipr
saer seiSOD being most, favorable for
operations in the timber. There are
now occupied by actual settlers io Ottei
Tail, Becker and other counties, large
tracts (in homesteads) of nnsurveyed
'lands. The work accemilished this
year aneladee every, section of the state
except that territory lying adjacent to
ihe river, long occupied by settlements.
mm
—By the accidental diseharga of a
gun, a load of ahot waa diabharged into
the knee 61 O. Warring ahefhand of
John Prindrud, at Faribault, oa
day.
•tliWl
1 A O FOR BOLDIEES.
A W*«m tut nvrwryjeea Mrrwl fm
*»•AxmyrWm*TmBnig T*M* of Ui
atnwttou.
The following is a copy of tho cir
cular sent from the General Land Office
to all Registers and Receivers, and
containing instructions for. the pre
emption of land nnder tho provisions of
the Army Bill pasted at the last session
of Congress:
DBFAxnanrt of 1
General Land oitoa, Aag. 8,1870.
GXNTtiamr—-Tho sallowing is the
25th section of the not of Congress ap
proved July 15th, 19|f, entitled "An
Ace making appropriations for tbe year
ending June 30,1870, and for other
purposes," viz:
SacTioa 25. And be it farther enacted.
That every private soldier and officer who
has served in the Army of the United
States, during the Rebellion, for 90 dayn,
and remained loyal to the GoTernment
and every seaman, marine and officer or
other person who has served in the navy
of the United States, or in the marine corps
or revenue marine daring the Rebellion
for 90days, and remainedloyal to the Gov.
eminent, shall, on payment of the fee or
commission to any Register or Receiver of
any Land Office reqired by law. be entitled
to enter one quarter section of land, not
mineral, of the alternate reserved sections
of publio lands along the lines of any one
of the railroads or other pnbho works in
the United Btates, Wherever public lands
have been or may be granted by acts of
Congress and te receive a patent therefor
under and by virtue of the provisions of
the act te secure homesteads to actual set
tlers on the publio domain, and the acts
amendatory thereof, and 6a the terms and
conditions therein prescribed and all the
provisions of •eld nets except. as herein
modified, shall extend and be applicable to
entries nnder this set.andthe Oomnueeion
er of the General Land Office hereby au
thorised to prescribe the necessary rules
and regulations to carry this section into
effect, and determine all facta necessary
thereof.
By these provisions tho Homestead
law of the 20th of May, 1863, and the
acts amendatory thereof are modified so
as to allow entries to be made by the
parties mentioned therein of the maxim
um quantity of one quarter-section of
160 acres of land, held at the double
minimum price of $2,50 per acre, in
stead of one-half quarter-section, or 80
acres, as heretofore.
In ease of a party desiring' to avail
himself thereof, you will require him to
file the'usual homestead application for
the tract desired, if legally liable to en
try, to make affidavit according to the
form hereto annexed, instead of the usu
al homestead affidavit, and, on'hie do
ing ao, allow ftim to make payment of
the $ 10 fee stipulated in the act of
May 20,1862, and the usual commis
sions on the price of the ladd at $2.50
por acre, the entry to be regularl?
numbered and reported to this' 6ffioe in
your monthly homestead returns. I
Regarding seUlement and cultivation,
the requirements of the law in this
class of entries are tbe same as in other
homottead entries.
Very respectfully your obedient servant,
JOSEPH 0. WILTON,
Commissioner.
AirinATrr.
Land Office, at——-.
K- •,"•'. ., of J. -, having filed
my application No., ,' for an entry
under the provisions of thoact of Congress,
approved May 20,1802, aad desiring to
avail myself of the SStkaeotlon of the not
!«f JulyklS^nTO, teiegardto land held at
ih« doable minimnm antse of S2.W
perand
acre, do solemnly swaps that I am the iden
tical——, who weee inthooom
pany commandedby Cant. —, in theGerman
nent of •, commanded by
in war of 1861 that I eon
-—regimentthe
tinned loyal to the Government that said
application No. ——, is made for my ex
clusive benefit, aad for the purpose of ac
tual settlement and cultivation, and not
directly for the use or benefit of any other
person or persons, and that I have not
heretofore had the benefit of the Home
stead-law. ,.. ..•
Sworn to and subscribed th.ii
of- before
Begiater or Receiver of the Land.
Office.
Approved:
(Signed) J. D. COX, Secretary,:
Department of the Interior, Aug, 8,1870.
•Where the party was a regimental or
sUff office, or was in different branch of
the service, the affidavit must be varied
in form, according to the facts of the ease,
.... .-
MXBJHKSOTA HEWS
—Mankaio populates to the extent of
3,600. --,
—Hon. M. 8. Wilkinson"and family
returned from New York on Tuesday
evening of last week.
bank adjoining the hotel in
Waseca was broken open on Thursday
night and robbed of about 18,000.
—Mr. Duoklee, of Silver Creek, says
the Montieello Statesman, was so badly
by a reaper that one leg will
probably have to be amputated.
—A large for was incontinently con
verted jfnto a corpse while helping him
self to butter, in T. J. Howe's cellar at
Rml iawxjm amivtdmmgufT
Owatonna. on Tue^diy night.
r-Dr. Foster, of the Puluth Minne
sotian, while thanking Senator Ramsey
his good will, respectfully declines
& for
-jrj^ «ltejxj4Uon c^owct on Thiurs-
fjJ
mtye±otM^t^^om^M^ made a, ,day night between Jerry McCirty It
John
,!
'"'v 1
The area of the State has been eeti*
mated at 83,000 square miles or 27,
8 4
W
CHA8 F.PQWJJLT,
and
a
domen,.a dangerous if not a fktai wound
being inflicted.
—The Minneapolis Tribune annonn-:
ces that the Northern Pacific Railroad
Company have decided to cross the
Mississippi at Craw Wing Tillage, and
to carry their line north of Rush Lake/
instead of aonth of itv feaTing, Otter
Teiil City aonw ten to fifteen mike of
the road.
—There must be aome mean crea
lareeat Laoesboro. While a family
were off attending tho funeral of a late
member of the household, the sheets
and pillow easaa were stolen from the
death' bed.
Cootrention at Lh^liM oa $!
Olof Peterson was„ •es»inatra, fw An
difcor ,A. N. Viren for |te|jflSr of
Deeds Chas. B. Howell, Judge of Pro
bate, and/ P. Betfoy for Attorney.
—The Stillwater Republican says
that a man named BOlmes, of Afton^
was killed by lightning on Wednesday
2iii-i'i©ow^in* T^saef^ anl. old itesfc
dent of Sttttwater, died anddenly on
-Prlday*^ '••••v ::2 !i ^h.-- .1^'.
—We learn from the Anoka JfVjeat
that tha Kimball Honae was burned on
Tuesday night kst waek. But a
Kttleof Ibe furnituro was aared. Less
•12,000
And this "bloated bondholder" is
the head of the Democratic party I
What a commentary on the old leader
ship I ':,-:
FREE! FREE!!
The Leading Agricultural
pE THB COUNTBy,
I S E FO OBB3 YKAR. Arh
Toe jfttanieaR ^TOCK JOU«KAI..—A
first-class monthly, containing 82 large
double column pngea devoted to Fanning
and Stook Breeding. containing regular
dfcpar*»enlirforj*^^ Uad
ryman, Stock Breeder, Wool Grower, and
Poultry Keeper, &ef. ^e„ fto„ illustrated
with numerous fine Engravings and sound
in handsomely tinted covers. Farmers will
find this monthly a Tery efficient aid id all
life'departnjent* of Farming and Stock
Breeding. It has a Veterinary Depart
ment under charge of one of the ablest
Professors in the United States, who an
Bwefi throughtbeJwrna{tJfrte ofehar}e, al
questions relating to Sick, Injured or Dis
^ek^or^.'Cattle, Sheep. Bwine or
Poultry. Tkns etery Subscriber has a
Horse and Cattle- Doctorfree.
We'are now prepared to offer tho Amer
ica* Stoc* Journal fine gift for on*
year, to all subscribers (or renewals) to tho
St. Cloud JoomxAT. who shall subscribe im
mediately and pay in advance. This is a
rare oppertuaity Which tho intelligent peo
ple of our section will no doubt duly ap'
preeiate.... Hand ia your subscriptions
oaoa and ateure the Stock Journal rasa for
a year.
^OTIOBr-O.S.LABlOrriCB, ST.OLODD.MIBK.
eatoredatthUe'fflce byCon
aiMredi te^aban-
mmmsm mi
PlONEEE HAEDWARE ST©KEi
DHAIiBaS IX
Which we will guarantee to sell at as low prices as any store in the State.
:.—A chihT of Jose ph Fleckenstejn,
of Faribault,-says/the. Republican, fell
down stairs and went head first into a
tub ot water, narrowly escaping drown
ing, as /weft at: breaking Us ncek.
^^-LP-*'•.* .'4s?-HJ.J\):\J
Burbank A' Powell's Block, St. Qemalnstrtet, 8T.' 'CLQtfD, MINK
A
T—The Austin Democrat says a
farmer by the name of Jens Jenson, of
Adams, 54 years old, committed suicide
by hanging himself to a iree. Cause,
family'trouble. pmbsti&v. m&pA
•—The Chatfield Democrat eajs that
on-Tuesday Mrs. Lafavor, wife of Frank
Lafavor, pilot Mound township, died of
the eflfdcts of medicine used to pro
duce aO abortion, furnished her by
Thomas Mclintyre. The deceased was
only, fifteen, years old.
—One of Gol. King's Cotswold
bucks, at Minneapolis, weighs more
than 400 pounds
—•The Dispatch says that the North
ern Pacific railroad company have made
arrangements for a large immigration,
have appointed Frederick Ropp
and Albert'Wolff their agents in the
States for thai purpose, They
will sell land to the immigrants at low
rates and on long time.
Ylln4«.f.r.7w
S i?
w^
T, dated April
^ateti:n%.
la •orrieoa county, Mlnne-
&att#£zx&
OnkheUn BAY or OtfraaBB. W0. at 10
mony concerning S 2 5 W
epl-Owt O. McOLOBM, Receiver
T"
tC.
BI^GMAN,
Dealer in
».!jo»«rj.t,
f'
:fi«,V)^J
At the Mills. St. Cloud.
BUSH Meat, Haass, Sausage and Vrg
•tables of all kinds, o'ooatantly on
ns\ndt8kapaB8t.a«rRaInatreet
CEAS. LUM
asessBcdbta
GTh« O a it a
Hardware, Staves aid Tinware.
^A€fRIGD LT &c, &c.
AIBO. ft fall stock of
DION, STEEL, N^ILS, GLASS,
We keep constantly on band a good assertment of
BLAOKSMigPIJS' TOOLS,
consisting of
BELLOWS, PETER WRIGHTS ANVILS, VISES,
DRILLS, &c.
B"CJS3"Er3r J^'XiBOTD 8s OCX'S STCVTEBS,
Among whiohare tha COSMOPOLITAN, HOME TREASURE, PROTECTOR, to
PLOWS,
From the manufactory of Laraway, Perin & Co., Minneapolis, which we will war
rant in every particular.
We manufacture allkinds of
Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron Ware,
r'•
0
I
—The Taylor's Falls Reporter says
that about a month ago a well-known
lumberman, Matt Doyle, mysteriously
disappeared while going from one eamp
to another. A few days since the In
dians found the remains of a white man
on the trail he had taken, and they are
supposed to be those of jDoyle. .'•
—Tho New'''York 'Ster: gives some
litems from which the public can get an
idea of the representative Democrat of
the country, Chairman of the National
Central Committee—August Belmont,
Esq. He has a grand country .resi
dence, with groups of "ootttger built
about for servants, magnificent stables,
mile race track, and fifty horses for
private use, costing from $1,000 to
$40,000 each. His servants dress, in
livery and flunkey ism is the estab
lished order, r).
j: ^^^McPjrtffLL
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AbeMtifd OCUTO, faUylUnrti.ti^oonUlni a
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oft.'A .SI^JJ-
•»•*?-. i»n •II
N E W a-exDDs
F8R 8PRINC AND SUMMER O 1871.
A MAMMOTH STOCK OF
Q-oods,
Clothing,
Hats and Caps,
JutSeeeivod
A'f: RI Cj A S O I S
•&8T&*.
The attention of the
I&JU
X*A- X)IESS
Is invited te my Elegant Stock of
ico
DRESS GOODS, TRI|fMINGS, HOSIERY, GIOVES,
WHITE GOODS, PARASOLS, Ac, &c.
tB9ul
dilSF "0}?iti]o7q aiiT
otll ili'iTr lsii,T«we si
7J)!j
---'-no} I .'
E 1ST *.m E iMC 33 1ST
WiU and a Fnll Line of Choice
READY-MADE CLOTHING, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, Ac., &c.
This Stook ia the LASOIST Is this part of tho State, and bought at the LOWEST
I BS Goods have yat reeehod.
All are invitedto Gall and Examine Goods.
A. RICHARDSON.
Breker'sBloek.BurbaBk'a Old Stand,, 81. Cloud.Minn.
CLARKE&CO.,
80LB AGENTS 7 0
A S IH ALL SLUM
HvA. ivf3l 3KSBP,
O E O W S
FAIRBANKS' 18CALE6'
:.,'v -AH1
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES tWRINGER.
frlltnlS^
H. 8IBI.BT,
THUS. COCHaUUr,
J. MARC «ARTlJr,
o. A to a
eii^a)
TsssroiiQ
We have on hand, printed from new
type on good papet, a fnll assortment of
legal blanks, inoloding:
^ssdr-Warraaty, Qolt-olaim, Mortgage
•ad Chattel Mortgage.
Dittriet Court—Summon*, Notioes of
tyiaV Notes of Iasno and Szeeurioaw.
Juetiee'e Court—Summons and Subpoe
nas. .-.-.. ,,.•
To Town Orriotas.—We are able to
urnish the following blanks to order, in
any quantity desired:
Order of Supervisor*laying, eat a,B«W
a a W a a
Notice of laying oat of rea,a (for pnbUo
posting.)
h.\',
Bond of Town Treasurers
if S
SSl•y'oSWTt.I en25l!•'
Notioo to Wetriet Clerk of EloeUon
fyf aTo^lo^ef .thstroaajs: ^H i'
met
beanh^wewoaitableforaay town
sJSsim m^mmt Sfssja fWjensw^
.OJJCOVA aoajsT^l.
:~r—
A BIB3WART, BE.
rn*.
31UT1
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BBS a»
4iw«
Soots and Shoes,
'/.
'iJ'AJr)
•A. MOKZ0OVSBY
MINNESOTA
LSi ill
O at
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
'-.. ..
s«t.
sat.
Secretary.
Med.Xxassiner.
in
Istnes aU kindE of Policies.
Divides all Profits annu
ally among the
Insured.
nrts
Declares absolutely non
forfeited Dividends.
V:'',^''' Htodepoeltedi-- -»«s erst.
•p trvrini« s^M'rSreas*|ojto^^,^
SECURE P0UCT^0U)laRS.
IIVEST5*tJtn]SfU"BS»TIWSE.
E CAWIA* IE TEE »UTE.
opikA liu
asiiet
I toy
.*soi.
.•dlr.tintjau
»arao*iiloBq*fe
aiiT^s i&sa jjag ci'/ via
ivncAi. BNABU TtLVwratmrn worn
aAXXT CtiOTJD.
H.C WtLBkWkl, m. O, sTAMLUf.
W. B. MITCHELL, WILUAM POWELL
Agent at St. Clend.
AYS SOB TOOTIO MBW. on the of
Xarriet,t
tor aaatriawnlal anppinees. Seat tree, la sialse ea
^.SrA4«r^r*OWAJU ABBOC1ATIOW. Bo,
r^HnaJelpbJa.
.inni-:. ., gugiuotsrerejaveo.
"To ens Oiiicms er *aa Vman Bsa The nnder
.j-j^d,^,
oar
SpedalOossssltte» oh Sewingh^r^sMachlns.
S 7
wuu.
iXe^v^vVmWfoMW P^'B-"
'boundW:f ..'" Ui,t
ASdawitaUbo
UaTaoroonntyuso..
im%*°ih2Xm**tit e/ ea**wUri(T aa
.tS^thv^h^baVasmaf
SWthe iiei|iSBg nefiaMf Hal
Which were
,'haehiaWetei
snstaiaed^-r8inea.l
war. W
L.O. Onaav
WKlbW BAKBBT.
This Bakery has received a aewCraek
keep on hand eTerythlag fooa* in a
..•. yasMSr^maam^-.PiMnMSTi
Call aad aao us. ow BSsaanaed aeeano
IreA^MIaaav I E FEITE.
a Jam. SV lSafs nJ7-lj
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