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The Cook County herald. [volume] (Grand Marais, Minn.) 1893-1909, June 24, 1893, Image 3

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A Sad Accident.
On Thursday last .Andrew Lorenson
and Mar'ui Satter, two fishermen who
anved in Grand Marais last Sunday,
i: started out to set their lines. There was
strong off land wind blowing and they
were warned against going by Mr. John
son, a fellow-fisherman but, not knowing
the dangers of Lake Superior, they heed­
ed not his warning but started out. On
arriving at the place where they intend­
ed to set their lines they discovered that
tbey had left their buoys behind and
started back intending not to venture
out again that day. They made for the
entrance to the harbor but the Wind was
so strong that they were carried by the
entrance and dpwn to the point beloW
light hotise, They then turned their
boat arotfhd, intending to tack back in­
to the harbor, "and as they did so a gust
of wind caught their sails lifting the
bow of the boat out of thd water, the
stern, which wafe heavily leaded with
ballast, being at the samS time caught
by a large swell, sinking the boat to the
bottom. Messrs. Scott, McMillan, Mc
6oy and Swimk, who had been watching
them for some time, expecting to see
their bSat capsize, started immediately
to their rescue but before they coul4 ar­
rive Lorenson, who iiad got tangled in
the fishing tackle and, although being a
,good swimmer, was unable to keep up
Was drowned, his' body being found the
bn the surface, held up by cdifks which
wefe attached to the fishing tickle. Sat
fceij, being tiiiabib lo swim, grabbed the
feord which Was attached to the corks
fend made it fast around his body the
Corks sustaining hirii until the rescuers
krrived.
Mr. Lorensdii, the deceased, who was
whble-soiiled, good natured gentleman,
was tery much respected by all who
made hia acquaintaiice during his short
fetay here. He was 27 years of age and
unmarried. He lias a brother at Flood
Bay and a sister in Washingtdn, his form­
er ho
me. His remains were interred at
fhis place yesterday afternoons
Much credit is due tlie fescuers for
their pronipt action, for had they been
brie minute later Mr. Sattgf wouid have
been drowhed also.
THE HERALD joins the citizens of.
Gfand Mariis in extending their sincere
iyinpatby to the relatives df the deceased.
LOCAL NfcWS ITEifS.
Auditor Fisher went to Duiuth yester­
day.
iiv.Lewis of Chicago is tlie guest of
Postmaster ^Mayhew.
1 Mfirtin jjbhilson ^'s suffering from a
feloft on his right hand.
1 Charley An foqufet.^returned from Du­
luth Wednesday bvSning.
Jiarson-of Maple Sill went to
Duluth Tuesday morning.
Da^.e Carriboo and wife will return
on.the Sunday boat from Dujuth.
Martin Johnson expects his wife and
son to arrive from Duluth Wednesday.
i. tlans
ibertson
and Gust Olson re­
turned from Duluth Wednesday evening.
tv John Drouillard abd Adolph Carlson
fRVfte down irom Duluth Sunday even­
ing.
il Peter Kadoncasent his teamof horses
Sown from'Duliith on the Wednesday
boat.,
J. Smith and F. L. Eearnshav of
•Pittsfield, Mass., are taking a couple of
weeks' outing in Grand Marais.
b- Mr.Palmer of West Superior, who has
iieen here, for the past month, returned
to West Superior, yesterday morning.
Andrew Jackson Taylo?' ha» been ap­
pointed to. -succeed Monroe-Nichols as
register of thSs land offlce at Dulutb.
The ,-Estella of West Superior, en
route fdr Port Arthur, ran into this port
Monday morning to. replenish her fuel
up
Ml-, and Mrs, A. De Lacey Wbod
went .to -Duluth.. yesterday to meet their
voidest... daughter, who is expected to ax
rive from Chicago.
W.-O Pleas, 6f Ssihd Stone, Minn.,
and. Ed- Jphnso nj of Slack /River- -Falls,
Wis.j^Bpent the fore-part the week in
txrand Marais,. returning to Duluth yes
iarday morning. Mr. Pleas wilt return
in theaiear'
future and take up a claim in
this vicinity.
The. most dis&st&tous ifire knownin
-ihe .historyh of- Noithein Minnesota
swept ovSr the Mssaba range, last week
The villages of Virgieia atid Merritt
were almost completely destroyed*
jwhilij the Villages of Mountain Iron and
Biwafok escaped with but slight dam­
age. The loss, at. Virginia exceeds$l^
000,(MX) covered by anviaaUrfc&ee of abbtft
$300j000.^ Over 3,000 people are left
:hopielessi
Ttjuakeir Catarrk Core is different frdm all other
{remedies^-itf applied directly
toBeat of
disease
"Slid gitdti Immediate and Jierthaneht relief It
ko&bB ~yburitjthin£ to try a bottle" if you getno
Benefit. For sals bS all druggists at 60 ete per
bottle,
—--A•jjr :,og q,. a. .VJ: -i
Bttiggiiit fo^a bottle "of Quaker
"Viti&totCf&lsr frmfr cdfef yourGAterrh when
fell otheiTeinedittfchaVe fail&ds
LEGAL NOTICES.
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878 Notice
for Publication. United States Lend
Office, Duluth, Minn., Feb.' 23d, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that in compli­
ance with the provisions of the act of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "an
act for the "sale of timber lands in the
states or California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory, amended Aug.
4, 1892, Edward Thompson,* of Duluth.
county of St. Louis, state of Minn., has
this day filed in this office his sworn
statement, no. 430, for the purchase of
the of nwM and ne^ of sw^ sec. 19,
Tp. no. 62, north, range no. .4, E., and
will offer proof to show thut the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or gtone than for agricultural pur­
poses, and to establish his claim to said
land before the register and receiver of
this office at Duluth, Minn., on Fri­
day, the 7th day Of July 1893. He
naines as witnesses:
Frank T. Scott, Thomas £tock, Grus
Nobles, James MdCue, all of Duluth.
Minn.
Any and ail persons claiming adverse­
ly the above described lands af& re­
quested to file thdir claims in this office
on or before Said 7th day of July 1893.
Monroe Nichols, Begister.
W. H. Smallwood, Atty.
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878—Notice
for Publication.
United States Land Office, Dnluth.
Minn., Feb.2tch, 1893. Notice is hereby given
that in compliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of Jane 8, 1878. as amended
by act of August 4th, 1892, Christian Schaf,
of Dnluth, county of Saint Louis,
state of Minnesota, has this day filed in this
office his swoxn statement No. 487, for -the pur
seM °f Section.. No. 6, Township No.
64, North -ratige No.. 8, w., 4th p. m.,
and -will offejr. proof ,to., snow that the,,Land
sought is more valuable fbr its timber or stone
than for agricultural^ phrposee, and to establish
his claim to said 4a^idrbefore the Begister and
Receiver of this office at
Doluthr
Any and all person! claiming adversely the
above described Lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said lOfh
day of July 1898.
N. B. Thayer. Atty.
Monroe Nichols Begister.
Timber Laiid, act June 3| 1878—Notice
for Publication, as amended by act
of August 4, .1892. United States Land
Office, Duluth, Minn. March 27th, 1893.
Notice is hereby giveh that in compli
ance with tne provisions of the act of
congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale of Timber landg in the
states,of California, Oregoii Nevada
and Washington Teiritory," as amend­
ed by act of congress approved
August 4, 1^92, Daniel.. Sheehan,
of Duluthi, county of Si. Louis,
state of Minnesota, has this
day filed in this office his .sworn
statement no. 539, for the purchase of
the sw34
seM»
sec. 10, and lots 2, 3,
and 4, sec. no. 15, T'p ho. 64, notth range
no. 2, 4th p. m. and will
offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable foir its timber or stone
them for agricultural purposes and to
establishes claim to said land before
the register and recfeiyer of this office at
Duluth, Minn, on Monday^ the 21st
day of August 1893.
,r He n&mes as witnesses George ^tovef,
cfame$ 0. Morton, Thomas Brian, Louis
S. Franklin, of Duluth, Minn.
Any slnd all persons claiming adverse­
ly the above .described lands are request­
ed to ,Jile their claims in this office oh or
before said 21st day of August 1893.
And you, Thomas Modrzeyewski. who made
Hd. Entry No. 8159, for swJi of of Sec. 10,
and lotp and 3 of Sec. 15, T'p 64* N. R. 2, ,w-.
4th p. mj are hereby notified to appear at.the
time and place above specified and show cause,
if any you have, why the final preorf and tim­
ber purchase application of the ^above named
Daniel Sheehan should not be allbwed.
Monroe Nichols, Registei*.
W Smallwood. Atrtjf.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice' for Pub­
lication—As amended by act of August 4,1892.
Unitejl States Land Office, Duluth, Minn., May
17th, 1898.
Notice is hereby givteh that in domplialice ifrith
the provisions of the act of Congress of, June 8,
1878, entitled "An pci for the sale of uinber'lands
in the states of California,'v Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," as amended by act of
August 41892, Allrecl J. fimjrh of West -Superior,
county of Douglas, stats of Wisconsin, has this
day-filed in this office his sworn statement NO.
781 for the purchase of the ol nw^ of sec 30.
twp 6t north range 5 4th in, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more valu­
able fo~ its timber dr.jstbne th£th for agricultuval
purposes'^, and to establish his claim to said land
before ihe register and receive! of the UnFi,ed
States Lahd Office at Duluth. 'Minn., on Thuvsi
day, the 21st'day of September, 1893. He names
as witnesses^1
John Krulh, Wm. Shell, FA Woodard and
John S. Finlayson, all of West Superior, Wis.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
'(Jlaims in this office o-i or befoie said 21st day of
if September, 1893 T'
Xp.nd
MONBOE NICHOLS, Register
CP MAGINNIS, Atty. ~. 6-24
Notice for Publication.
Office at Duluth, Minn., May 10th, 1S98.
N.0uic9 is hereby givfen that the following named
sfelTler has filed notice of his inTeni:on to make
final proof in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made, before the Register and Re­
ceiver of U. S. Land Office at Duiuth. Minneso­
ta on August 18, 1893, viz: Charley Cullen/. who
made homestead entry No. 6569 for the svpk of
swM of secl. nj^ ofnw^ and lot 2 of sec 12 twp
64 noi th range 5 4th
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
pf said land, viz: ,:
•. Oskar Levin, Charley Dalilesn, Andrew John
Son and John Simiiipns, all of Grand Marais,
Minn. ..
MoffaoE NICHOLS, Register
MAGINNIS, Atty 6-24
Notice for Publication.
^Jjand Office at Duluth, Minn., May 10,3893.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
malie final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before the register and
receive: ox the United States Land Office at Du­
luth, Minn on August 18,1893, vizi:, Oskar Levin
•who made homplstead entry No 6570 for lots 1 and
4 sw]4 of ne}4 and se}4 of nw^ of: sec 12, twp 64
north .ange & 4th pm
He-names the following witnesses to prove hip
continuous residence uoon and cultivation of
eaid land, viz:
v,
Chpfles Collin, Charley Dahleen, Andrew John­
son and John Simmons all of Gfand Marais,
Uinxii 4
MONBOE NICHOLB, Register
MAGINHIS, ATTJ 6-24
Nptice for Publicatioh
Land Office at Julufh, Minn., June 1. 1893
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of flis claim, and that said
proof sn be made before the Register and He-5
oeiveriof tne U. S. Landibffice at Duiflth, Minn
0n Aligtfstl4, 1898, viz: 1-4 .i
ChaiiJea Dahleen who made homestead erit ry
No 6590-for lots 2,8, 4 and fl of sec. 9, twp 14 no- tn
range 6 west 4th p.qa. •.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
coutinnous residence upon and' (ctiltivation of
a a a
Oscar Levine) Charley. Cojin, Andsew 3«hnson,
Hh axn Chadwick,
^ajl of Grand Marais, Miim.
JCOHBOB NICJ?0L8, Register
0 MAGINNIS, Atty. 6-24
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878—Notice
for Publication
United States Land Office, Duluth,
Minn. Feb. 23, 1893. Notice is hereby
given that in compliance with the pro­
visions of the-act of congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "an "act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Terri­
tory," amended by act of Aug. 4, 1892,
Peter O. Sundvall, of Duluth,
counTy of St. Louis,' state of Min
nesoTa, has this day filed in
this office his sworn statement No. 432,
for the purchase of the lots 5 and-6, of
sec. no. 33, in T'p no. 65, north of range
no. 2, W 4th p. m., and will offer proof
to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or st6ne than
for agricultural purposes and to estab
lisn his claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver of this office at
Duluth, Minn., on Friday, the 7th
day of Jtrly 1893.
He nancies as witnesses—
Smith Searl, Hiram Chadwick, ifohn
L. Simmons, Wm. H. Denning, J, F.
Noll, of Grand Marais,. Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adverse­
ly the above described lands are request­
ed lo file their claims in this office On or
before said 7th day,of July 1893.
Monroe Nichols, Register.
C. P. Maginnis, Atty.
Minnesota, on
Monday^.the 10th day of July 1893. He names
as witnesses:
Beinhold R. Graetz, George -Wartner, Andrew
Huber, ohn Axel, of Grand Marais, Cook coun
ty, Minn. ^.
Timber Land, Act und §, 1&78 Notice
For Publication, ae amended By act of
Aug. 4, 1892.
U. S.-Land office, Duluth, Minnesota, March
10th, 1893. Notice is hereby given that
in compliance with the provisions of the
act of congress Of June 3,1878, entitled
"an act for the. Sale oftimber lands in
the states of C&liforniaj. Oregon, Neva­
da and Washington Territory," amended
by abt of Aug 4, 189^, Ole Anderson,
of Duluth, couny of St. Louis, state ol
minhesota, has this day filed in this
offifie his sworn statement no. 470, for
the purchase of th§ sw^ and
se^ of sec. na. Tp, no. 64, N.
range iio: 3, w. 4th p. m.
and will offer .proof to show
that the land sought is more Valuable
for its timber or stone than for. agricul­
tural purposes, and to Establish hie claim
to.said land before the Register „thid re­
ceiver of this office at-^uluth, Miijp., on
Wednesday, the 19th day of July 1893.
He names as witnesses:
Reinhold R, Graetz, Amund At£und
son, John Anderson, Thorball Petersou,
of Duluth, Minnesota.
Any and all persons clainjing adversely the
above described lands axe requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 19th day of
July 1898. Monroe Nichols. Register.
Thos. J, Mitchell, Atty.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 187§ Notice
for Publication.
United States Land Office, Duluth,
Minn, March 30thj 1893, Notice is hereby
given that in compliance with the pro­
visions of the act of congress, jof June 3,
1878, entitled "an act for the sale of
timber lands in the states, of, California,
Oregon, Nevada $nd Washington Terri­
tory, amended by act of August 4, 1892,.
James Cole, 6^ Duluth, county of
St. Louis, state of Minnesota,' has this
day filed in thia-office hia §wbrn state­
ment nb. 546, tor the purbhaefe of the
nw^ of nwj^, of jfiec. no.
15, Tp.r no. 64, north, iEnge no
2, w, 4TH m. arid, Jgill offer
proof to show that the landysought
is more valuable tor its timber br stonfi than
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the register and receiver of
this office at Dnluth, Minnesota, on Tuesday,
the 22d day of August 1893. He names
as witnesses, James C. Morton, Louis S.
Franklin, Geprge Stover, Samuel Hi
Parker, of Duletth, Mini!
Any* and all persons claiming
adversely the above described lands are request
ed to file their claimfe in this office on or before
said 22d day of August d.893.
1
on N is
W. Hi Smallwood, Atty,
Timber Land, Act Junei3, 1878 Notice
for Publication.
United States Land Office,Duluth,
Minn, March S9th, 1893. Notice is hereby
given that ih compliance with the prd
visions of the act of Congress bf June
lSYS, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California,
Oregon, Nevada and "Washington Terri­
tory," amended by act of Atig. 4,1892,
James W5 Hogan, of -Duluth, county
of St. Louis, state of Miiin. has this day
filed in this' office his sworn statement no. 542,
for the purchase of the swof neJ4 'and lots lj 2,
and 3, of sec. no. 14, Township no. 64. north,
range n9. 3, w. 4th p.'T m., tod
will offejr proof to show that the land
°ought is more valuable for its timber or stdne
than for agricultural puiposea, and to establish
his claim to said land Before the -register and
receiver of this office at Duiuth, Miiin., on Mon­
day, the 21st day of August 1893. He
names as witnesses—,
Louis S. Franklin, Samuel H. Parker,
George Stover, James C. Morton, of
Duluthi Minn.
ANX and all persons claiming ad­
versely .the above described lands
are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before sa|d 21et dayofaug. 1893.
Monroe Niehols, Register.
W« H. Smallwood, Atty.
Timber Land, Atit June 3,1878, as Amended by
Act of Congress, Approved Aug. 4,1892*
Notice for Publication.
tj. S. Land Office, Duluth|Minn. Feb.
21s 1893. Notice is hereby gftven that in
complijmce with the provisltihs of the
adt of congress of June 3,1878, entitled
an act for the sale of timber la^ds in the
states df California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," William S,
McKay, of Duluth, County of St, Louis,
siraTe of Minnesota, has this day filed in
this office his sworn statement no. 427,
for the purchase of the e}4 sw^ sec- no.
12, T'p no 34^ north range not '5^ yr
4TH -p. m., andwill offer prob
to show that the land sdught is
more valuable for its timber or stdiie
thtfhi for figriculturial purposes and to
establish his claim/to said laiid before
tffe Register and Receiver it this off lee
oil Thursday, thd' 6th 'day ot July
*1893. JSe names as.ywitnesses—
Daniel H. Gordon^ of Grand
Marais,
Minn. Jo&ri ,"S.' Finlayson,0 William' R.
Smithj AWillian^ ij, Schnell, of Wfest
Siriperidri Wis.
:.r
Any stnd. all pe^ons clair&ining 6d
^e^fely tQ6a]bovb'described laffds are fe
quested to file thefr claims in tfrin office
on pT before saicj 6th" day' bf July
1893^ Monfoe Nichols, Register*
C. P.. M^nnjs, Atty.
Timber Land, act June 3, 187^: Notice
for Publication, as amended by act of
August 4, .1892. U. S. Land Office,
Duluth Minn. May 3d, 1893. Notice is
hereby given that in compliance with
the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en­
titled "an act for the sale of timber
lands in the states of California-, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," as
amended by act of Aug. 4,1892, Albert
Stolts, of Duluth, county, of St.
Louis, state of minnesota,* has this day
filed in this office his sworn statement
no. 682, for the purchase of the lots 5,
8, 9,- and nej£ of sej£ sec. no.
18, Tp. no. 64, north range no. l,,w. 4th
p. m., and will offer proof to show that
'the land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the Register and Re­
ceiver of this office at Duluth, Minn.,
on Thursday, the 24th day of August
1893. He names as Witnesses:
Adolf Levander, Andrew J. Hankin
son, Clarence W. Brenizer, of Duluth,
Minn. Edward Aiiderson, of Grand
Marais, Minn.
Any and ail persons claiming adverse­
ly the above above .described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said ,24th day of Aug.
1893 Monroe Nichols, Register.
B.N. Marble.Atty.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878 Notice
for Publication.
As amended by Act of August 4, 1892.
United States Land Office, -Duluth,
Minn. May 11th, 1893. Notice is hereby
giveii that in compliance toth the pro
visions of the feet of congress of June 3,
1878, entitled "an act for the sale pf
timber lands in the states of California,
Oregon, Nevada,. arid Washington Ter­
ritory,'' amended.by act of Aug. 4, 1892,
Louis Westerlund, of Minneapolis, coun­
ty of Hennepin, state of Minnesota, has this day
filed in this office his sworn statement no. .217,
for the .. purchase .pf. the swM. of Section
no. 8, T,» no ,64, north range no 8, w. 4th m.
and will ^ffer proof to show that the land
j- 1—10- c— si. timbe^ ,or stone
and to .establish
~je register and re­
ceiver of thigzpffice.at Duluth. Minn., on Thurs­
day, the 27th day of July 1893.
He names as witnesses—
William H, Denning, Thoifias Mc­
Carthy, Jfahn Holleraii, of Duluth minn,
Hirain Cxiadwick, of Grand .Marais,
minnesota Any and all persons
claimi4g ad\»r sely the above described lands
are reau^urted, to file their claims in this offce on
or before said 27th.d9y.of Jgly 1893.
Mee & Sharp, Attys.
1
Monroe Nichols, Register.
Timber L&n9i Xct Jiyie 3« 1878—Notice for Pub-
United Staiel Laiid1 Office. Dtiluth, Minn.,
April 22d, 5898. Notice is hereby given that in
compliance with the ptOvisons of me act of con­
gress of June 8, 1878, entitled "an fcet for the
sale of timber lands ih the states of California.
Oregon Nevada and Washington Territory,"
amended by act of August 4,1892. Russell Baxter,
of West Superior, Gounuy of Douglas, State of
Wisconsin. »has this-day filed in this office his
sworn statement no. 625, for the purchase of the
lots 8 arid 4, Sec. 4, and lots 1
and sec 5t_Tp64, N
range-2, w, 4th p. m. and will offer proor to show
that thqjand sought is more valuable for its
timber ou stone than for agricultural purposes
had to.
establish his ciaim to eaid land before
the register and receiver of this office at Dnluth,
Minni, da Tuesday, the 3d day of Ootober 1893.
He names as witnessesGeorge Y:, I'. Brown,
Clarence W. Brenizer, Zerah b. Goodell, Fred A,
Grosal AlbertF, Gross, of Dttluth, Miriri.
AD^ and!.Wl persons claiming ad­
versely^ the aboife described lands are re­
quested to file tHsii olainis in this office on or
Before said 8d day Of October 1893.
R. N. Marble, Atty.
Monroe Hi Chols, Begister.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878 Notice
for Publication.
Ap Amended by Aet OF August 4,1892.
'United States. Land Office, Duluth
Minn. Feb 20,1893. Notice is hereby
given that in compliance with the provisions of
the act of cengress of- June 3, 1878,' entitled "an
act for the sale of timber lands ih the states of
California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington
Territory," amended by act of August .4, 1892,
Axel Kariepiii. ot Duluth, county'Of' St Louis,
stat6 of_ Minnesota, hta this day filed in this
offlce his sworn statement no 422, for the pur­
chase of the lot 3 of Section 7 afid lot 3 of
Sec. ,Nd. 8jiT'p no 64. N itange no 5,
W.'Ffth p{ "ih„ and will offer proof to
ehow-.that the land-, sought is more valuable
for its timber or:
stone'than for agricultural pur­
poses. arid to'est&blieh his claitdto said laiid
before, the register and receiver of this office at
Duluta, Minii, On Wednesday, the 5th day of
•July 1893. He names as witnesses
Carl G. Nilson, Alfred Johnsons John Bwans
trom, OlorCr. Olson, o| Duluth. Minn.
Any and all' persons claiming adversely
the above described lands are re­
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before said^th day of July 1893.
.' Monroe Nichols, Register.
F, B.Chew, Aiit. ..
Notice o£t|Pinal Pr«?of,
Lafid Office at Dtiluth, Minn., April S6,
1893, Notice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed notice
of his intention ton make final proof iq
Wppbrt of Shis claim and thit said proof
will be made before, the Register and
Receiver U: S Laiid Office at Duluth,
minn,. on July 17th 1893, viz—
Chris Peterson, who made
5612, for the lot 4*
H, E, NO.
NEJ^
of
NE^
of be)4 and
of Sec 35, T'p 65,
SEM
N,
R, 5, W, 4th
P« Dl,
He names the following, witnesses to
j^ove' his contiuubus residehce upon and
cnlt^vfftion of said land, viz Hiram'
Chkd^ck, Thorville Peterson, John L.
Simmons, Charles Spence, Wm, H. Den­
ning, of Grand Marais, Minn.
Monroe Nichols, Begister
C. P.Magilinis Atty.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878 Notic
ftMj Publication.
'United States Land Office, Dultith,
Minn. May lith, 1893.®, Notice is here­
by giveii that in compliance with the
provisions of the act £of congresstof
June 3 1.878, entitled an act for he
ale of timber lands in tlie states of
California, Oregoii, Nevada and Wash
ingtdn Territory, amended by aibt of
Aiigiipt 4^ 'd892, Luke H. Carqtir£b« of
D^tuth,. county^f. St iouis, state of
Minnesota, has this day filed in thifl .tffid0 Ms
sworn statement ho. 710 for the purchase of the
Lots 7, S and fl. and nw!4 of' aeH of geotibn
NO. 82. Tp. ho. 65} north, range Ho
5, w., v:4tov pi m., tod will,, offer
proof ,to ahow that. the iiand soQght. is
mdre''valuable for its timber or stone' tiiMi fior
agricultural purposes, andJbt) establish his i^l^m
to^ajtaod^^ore the. register and receiver:of
at_ IJuluth, Minni on Thursday, .the
27th day of Juljr 1893s He names as
Witnessed: ohflH Johnson, Alfigd
SpenciBi Hiraik Chadwick, CharM Speitbe
DOr^y, ^f'
Gt^iid MarftiS /Miiin.
Anyjand all |^lr£|6£s dsSaoing^ adversely
the dbo^fe derorib6cL lands are rec[iiiest^d
io file thfeir clainis in this offife^ oix br
jietojce wd 2tth^ day of^JtQy 18^3.
Monroe KichoUf ttegiettir.
KM 4 Sharpr afcrra
Timber Land Act—June 3,1878,—Notice
for Publication, x
United States Land Office, Duluth,
Minn., Feb. 13th, 1893. Notice is here­
by given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of congress of June
3, 1878, entitled "an act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Terri­
tory," as amended Aug. 4, 1892, Louis G.
Moran, of Superior, county of Doug­
las, state of Wisconsin, has this
day filed in this office
his sworn statement
NO.
391, for purchase
of the sek of swM of sec. "No. 84, in
Tp no. 68, North range no. 8, 4th p. m. tod will
offer proof to4 show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber 01* stone than for agficul
tural purposes, and to_ establish his claim to said
land before the register and receiver of this
office at Dultlth, Minn., on Wednesday, the 21st
day of Jtine 1893. He names as wit­
nesses—Daniel H. Gordon, of Grand
Marais. Minn., John S. Finlayson, of
West Superior, Wis. Wm. B»Henderson,
of Dulutn, Minn. Geo. Taylor, of Tower,
Minnesota. Any and all persons
claiming adversely the above des­
cribed lands are requested to flie their claims in
this office on or before said 21st day ofJune
1893.
Monroe Nichols, Kegister.
C. P. Maginnis, ATTY.
Timber Land, act June 3,1878 Notice
for Publication.
United States Land office, Duluth,
Minn., Sept. 28th, 1892. Notice is hereby
given that ip compliande with the pro­
visions of the act of congress of Julie 3,
1878, as amended by act of August 4,
1892, August R. Andersbn,-of Duluth,
county 6f St. Louis, stSfe of Minn. has
this day filed, in this office his sworn
statement no. 2, for tiip purchase of
the lots 1 ahd 2, Section 23, lots 3 and 4,
of Sec. no. 24, Tp. nb. .64, north
range no. 2, w., and will
offer proof, to show that the land, sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone
than for .agricultural purposes,ahd to
establiSh His claim ta said land before
the register and receiver of this office
at Dulutxij. Minnesota, oh Thursday,
the 3d day bf August 1893. fie names
as witnessed^
W. H. Baisett, John Johnsop, Abe
Johnson, of Duluth, Minii., Paul Morri
., of Grand Marais, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adverse­
ly the above described lands are re­
quested to file their claims in this office
on or before said 3d day of August 1893.
legister.
Monroe Nichols, Re
N. B- Thayer, Att.y.
Timber Land, Act Ju(neT3, 1878 Notice
for Publication. U:,S. Land Office, Du­
luth, MinnApril 27th, 1893: Noticeis
hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3,1878, entitled "an act for the
sale of timber lands in the states of
California, Oregbn, Nevada tod Wash­
ington Territory," amended by act of
August 4, 1892^ JEheodore Wold, of
Duluth, county of Cook, state of
Minnesota, hab thip. ..day filbd in this
office his sworn sta^cihent no,, 587, for
the purchase of the iwU of
sectjbh no. 22, Tp. no. 65, North
ran|e no. 5, w., ahd will offer proof to
shbjY that the lind sought i& more valu­
ably for its timber or stond thato for
agricultural^ pu rposeB, and to establish
his claim to said land before thfe Agis­
ter and receiver Of this office at Diiluth,
Minp., on Thursday", the 14th day of Sept.
1893. He names ai^. fitnesses:
Gust Olson, of .Grand Marais, Minn.,
Helmei* Gentoft, Farwal Peder'son, Olans
Gentoft, of Duluth, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adverse­
ly the. above described lands are. request­
ed to filii.their claims in this office .on
or before said I4th day of Sept ember,1893.
Monroe Nichols, Begiister.
T. J. Mitchell, Atty.
Timber Land, Act June 2^ 1878 Notice
for Publication, as amended by act of
august 4,1892.
United (States Land Office, Duluth,
Minn April 27th, 1893.. Notice is here­
by given that in compliance witii,, the
provisions^.of the act of Congress, of
June 3d, 1878, entitled .."An act tor the
sale of timber lands in the states of
California, Qregon, Nevada and Wash­
ington Territory," as amended by act of
Aug: 4,1892, Even Evenjsbb, of Duluth,
couhty of Cook, state,of Minn., has
this day filed ijo. this office.his sworn state
meat no 640, for, the purchase of the se^
se-h^, sec. 8, ne)£ nej^ lot 7, Jue)4 sec.
17, T'p. no. 64,jaorth range nol, w.4th
m. and will offer proof tp Show .that the
land sought is-more valuable for its tim­
ber or stone than for agricultural pur­
poses. and to establish his claim to said
land before the,register and receiver of
this of pice at Dnluth, Minn, oh Thursday,
the 5th day of October 1893, He names as
witnesses:
John Jt Rindal,,-Peter J, Rindal, Ole
Amundsbn, of Grand Marais, Minn..
John .Storholt, of Duluth, Minn,
Any and all persons claiming ad*
versel'y^the above described lands are re­
quested to .file their claims in this oFFice
on or before said 5th day
OF
October
1893: Monroe Hichols, Register.
T. J. Mitchell. Attv
Timber Land', Act June 3, 1878—^Notice
for Publicatio n, as amended by Act of
Augnst 4, 1892 United States Land
Offipej DuluthvMinn., April 15th^- 189Q.
Notice is hereby given thit inr eompli-"
ance- with the'provisions pf" the act of
congress of June 3, 187$ entitled
k,An
dfet for the salje of Timber• lands in the
states of Calif ot'nia, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territoryas amended^, by
adt of August^ 1892,'Peter J. Errickeon,
of' Duluth, county of St,,^ Liouisj
state '..of Minnesota, has this day
filed in this "office his sworn
statement no. 599, for the purchase of
_the lots 5 and 6j and sw^ of nwM
27, and of tie^ of seo. ho. 28,
in T'p no. 64, north Range 4, 4th m-.
and will offer-proof to'show that"the
land sought is more valjasble for its tim­
ber or stone thftn for agricultural pur­
poses and to establish Ms claim to said
land before the register "and receiver of
this officej at Duluthj -Minn., on Wedes
day^the 20th day of September 1893i He
named~ as witneBBesi^- 't
Joseph Cot^tirieijNeijs A."NelBon James
Hart, Chiles ^Ouellettj Of Duluth, Minn.
.Any and all ^rjsonltv elfiudingj'ftdver
sely theLiab6yc.'descrfbfed^lands ~^re rif
questfed to me their cTaims ih'tfcis^office,
on befvre. eaid 20th 'day of Heptt 1893
.. ^tonroe Nicbols, Begister.'
J. B.Roy,
Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878 Notice
for iTibhcation. United States Land
Office, Dul/ith, Minn. May 11th, 1893.
Notice is h#ereby given that in compli­
ance with the provisions of the act of congress
of June 8, 1878, entitled "an act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California, Oregon
Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended
to all the public land states by act of Aug. 4,1892,
—William J. Conness,—
of Brule, County of Douglas. State
of Wisconsin, has this day fiiled in this office
his sworn statement No, 706, for the purchase of
the Lots 1 and 2, Section No. 30, Tp. No
64, N. range No. 5, w., 4th p. m. and will offer
proof to show that the laud sought is more val­
uable for its timber or stone than for agricul«
tural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the register and receiver
this offiice at Dnluth, Minn., on Friday
20th day of October 1893. Henames as witness^
John H» Kruth, William H, Schnell,
ohn S Pinlayson, of West Superior,
Wis., and Daniel H. Gordon, of Grand
Marais, minn, Any and all persons
claiming adversely the above described lands
are requested to nle their claims in this offce on
or before said 20th day of October 1893.
Monroe Nichols, Register
Mee & Sharp, Attvs.
Timber Landj Act June 3, 1878: Notict?
for Publication: U. S. Land OffW,
Duluth, minn., Nov. 23, 1892i Noticj
hereby given that in Compliance With tht»
provisions of the act of dongress of June}
3, 1878, entitled "an. &fct for th£ sale of
timber lands in the states of California}
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Terri­
tory," amended by act of Aug. 4. 1892f
Horace B. Moore, of Duluth, county of
St. Louis, state of minnesota, has th&
day filed in this office his sworn state­
ment no 126, for. the purchase of the}
nw|| of of nw^ and lot 4,
sec.- no. 5, Tp. nd. 62, N. range ho..4. E?
4th p. m., and will offer proof to
that the land sought is more valuable'
for its timber or stone than for agricul­
tural purposes, ahd to establish, his claiirf
to Said tand before the Register ana
Receiver bf this office at Duluth, minn:j
on Monday: the 10th day of July 1893. Hd
names as witnesses: .'
John Drbiiillard, Adolph S. Carlfeoii}
Richard Keyworth Charles Drouillard^
of Grand Marais, Minn. William Craig, Charier
H. Modisette, of Duluth, Minn.
Any and Ml persons claiming adverse­
ly the above described .lands dre re­
quested to file their claims in tliis offlce on or
before 6aid 10th day of July 1593,
Monroe NibholS Regif11:::
Persons & McDonaLd, Attyi:
Timber Lahd, Act June 3. 1878 Notice"
for Publication.
Unitfed States Land Office, Duluth!
Minn. Nov. 23, 1892: Notice is here"
by given tha,t in compliance with tke
provisions of the act of congress of June
3, 1878, entitled "ah act for the sale of
timber lands\in the states of California, OfegoB
Nevada and Washington Territory," ..amended
by act of Aug. 4, 1892, CharlesJB. Modisette
of Duluth, bounty,. of ,St. Louis',
state. of Minhesptai has thia day
filed in this olfice his sworh.,statement N.oj
122, for the purchase of the ne!4 of swH aiiQ
seJ4 of nwM and lot ,3, qf sec. no. 5, .in
Township no. 62nH- cange no'. 4 E 4th pi m. and
will ofFer proof to shbw that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or -stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish Ms claim
to said land before the register 4ud receiver of
this office at Dnluth. Minn., oh Monday", the
loth day of July 1893.
He names as witnesses."—John Drojaillord)
Adolph Si Carlson, Richard Keyworth, Charles
C. Drouillard, of Grand MaraisvMinn. Horiace B.
HoopE, William Craig, of Dulath, Minn.'-
Any and all persons claiming, adversely
the above described lands are requested to file
their claims ih this offiqe on or before said lOtii
day of July 1893. u,
1
2l-- .Monroe Nichols, Becie-er.
Persons & MbDonald, Afo^Vs
Notice Com toil ted Homestead Proof
following hamed settler has filed. notice
of his intentio^. to make final prCSOf
support of his claim and that said proof
will be made, before Register and
Receiver of IT. S~ Land office at. Diilikth'.
Minnesota, oh the 2ist day of June 1893^
viz— ..
David B. Whittemoje, wno mad4
Homestead Entry no. 5680, ,for the lot?,
and 10, sec. 5 andJt^ot 1 and nei^ 'of
of Bee. 8, T'p no. 64, N of Range 1, \v".
4th ^mi
He namfes the following .witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon alia
cultivation (Qf. said landV: viz ..
IPajil. Morr^on, David-^rriboo, Swajsf
per Carriboo, John Morrison, of Gran{
Marais, Minn.
v!
3
i. Monroe Nichols-, B^istej.
K.f JT. MAftBUErATlT,
Titiiber Land,f Abt of June 3, 1878—•
Notice, for PbblicatiQil.- ..
United States Land Offipe, Dh!
Minn. March 21st, 1893. Notice is
given that in complianee with the. prg
visiohs bf the aet of congress-of
1878, as amended by act of Aug-. 4-^^
Thomas Cota, of Duluth, ^county "o|
St. Louis, state of Miift&sbte** i:a#
this day filed in this' office hig sSvoAi
statement ijq. 525, for the purchase of.
of nw^ sec. no. 14, ih $'p ho 6-i, N*
range no. 3, w. ,,
and W|]l:^ffer pr^of to
show that the fend sough! is mprb vaitu
able for its timber or stone tha'h for agv
rib^ltural purposes and to establish his
claim to said land -before tlis fay
and receiver of thi6 jbffice at" Du.v-^
Mihn. on Monday, th6 7th day of August
1893. "He names as witnesseB: George
Stovery of- Marfield,, Mi^n./Lewis.
iTirank-
lin, Herman Hihes, Clyde Mortoh, of
Duluth, Minn/ .. i=
Anytand all person^ claimiis^ advert
1^ the above described.lands are requests
edta,
file their claims inthisbflffl© on or
before Baid 7th dayvof-August 1893.
Monroe Nichols, Register#
K[. Thayisr, Atty.
'•Ui
Timber J^hd, Act June 3, 1878 Nbtice
for Publication,
AS AMQNDED by act of A-.:
V,' 4,.
1892.
Unifed States Land Offii^, at Dulut?'^
Minh^, April 21st', 1893. IJotice^^i^heEe^
by given that ih "cpmpliahbe wiA the
provisibi^bf/the act of congress of
3,1878, ehlatled "ait act for ,s$Ie oi
timber lahds in the statesi of Ckliforniai,
Oregon, NeVa'da and Washington. Terri,
toryj amended Iby act vAlSgust 4, l®9Si
Jam|S.$odhope, of ^Superior ncoustv 3
Douglas State ofwisi^jnsin, ha^t^s^^y^filed MP
s^arn statement no. 821, for the tiureliiLse'bf "tj®
WA qf swXt.SE0.ji6. %1T'p h6\ifi44N raiige not5k
wi,41ii p. in.,
that the LAHD-T
timber TrstoAe1
and to establieli bis 'claim tp lazSdbefo»
tkb ^ejgisteiv atia.tfe^eiyer of tiiaofflce atDuLuth^
M^L., oil Frl,day,'tfie lith^^ OF July 3L893.
^He names ste witefe^rn .^ v. .'
"John S,* Pinlaysb^ Hioq^io^
Wis^ Daniel ?t. MJrana
tnitov' William Cfeorirec.
AI?y eiid all, POR^IE ^L^F&SI^^WVWWIILJ' TFEF
day of July tt&u^ JItehdfe, fiegfete^
Mee ^BhaiPi Attys. M'

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