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from Dultttht^
John Boed arrived here from Duluth
last Monday to visit has siater, Mrs.
Chris. Holte.
John Matheson and Chris. Johnson
returned Tuesday from A couple of
weeks viBit with County Commissioner
Engelson.
The Scandinavian Women's Aid socie­
ty of the "Hill" will hold a festival at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. J.
Johnson on the 2nd of January. An
auption sale of fancy artioles made by
the members of the society will take
place daring the festival. ,f
A Washington special to the Duluth
Herald says: Representative Towne will
make an effort to have one of the new
ffUn boats named after the city of Da
luth. He says that Duluth's situation
is such that it is entitled to the honor,
«ndhe is of the opinion that when the
s, iac&s are laid before Secretary Herbert
lie will acquiesce in this opinion. It is
probable that all the members of the
Minnesota delegation will support Mr,
,Towne in his efforts.
p, jgpj Postmaster Murphy to Resign,
Jl Notwithstanding the report that Dem
crats never resign, Chris. Murphy, our
postmaster, will, within a few days, for­
ward his Designation to the postoffice
departmentst Washington. Sometime
ago he notified the patrons of his office
that he desired to resign the postmas
tership, and requested that they select
some one for appointment totheposi
tion. Geo. H. Durfee was immediately
decided rapon as the proper man, and he
was waited upon by a number of citizens
who requested that he allow his name to
be presented. After some persuasion
he was induced to give his consent.
A petition for his appointment is now in
circulation and is being signed by every­
one to whom- it is presented.
Mr. Durfee is an old resident of Grand
Marais and has filled many' offices of'
trust in tito county, and has proven
himself to be a gentleman of honor,
integrity and ability. In his younger
days Mr. Durfee served several yeari?in
the railway mail service, consequently he
will be "right at home" in the handling
9f,|he mails.
Tfce Sheridan. Brothers.
The Cheboygan, Mioh., Tribune, of
Sept. 24, contains a write-up of a number
of the business interests of the city, and
among them is included the T. J. Sheri­
dan Lumber company, which owns a
sawmill with a daily capacity of 100,000
feet, besides a large quantity of lath,
pickets and shingles, the output this sea
eon being about 8,000,000 feet. The com­
pany employs 125 men. The manager of
the company, T. J. Sheridan, and his
brother, Charles, are wellknown in the
jBamy Lake region ap&own considerable
and ManitouX&e districts, among oth­
ers is the rich find made by the half
breed Indian hunter, Saunders, on the
big island in Lower Manitou lake, from
which the timber is being ,cut this winter
fo thac mining can be Commenced there
lQ the spring.—Rainy Lake Journal.
T. J. Sheridan is also the possessor of
a large tract of mineral property in the
northern part of this county. He spent
a couple of weeks here last summer look­
ing over his property and was highly
pleased with what he-saw. He expressed
the opinion that Cook County is one of
the richest mineral districts in the
Northwest.
ts§P v•—
A Week's Doings at the Capital.
Washington D. C. Deo. 16, 1896—The
past week has not brought any change
in the attitude of Congress in relation
to the more important matters before
it for consideration. The Dingley bill
showed itself itself in The Sen­
ate for one brief hour. Senator Allen of
Nebraska, was responsible for its appear­
ance, and for a brief period he had con­
siderable fun with the Republicans over
its disposition. The bill finally disap
peared without any action, except that
the Republicans do not. intend to force
the measure.
The week has been prolific in Cuban
resolutions. They have averaged about
three a day. Senator, Mills of Texas
introduced one directing the President
to take possession of the Island by force
and to hold it until a suitable Cuban
Government could be organized. The
"others ranged from this warlike one to
rtmjd- one of Senator1 Cameron who
desires the President to t)se his friendly
offices to bring to a close the war be­
tween Spain and Cuba. The rumored
Assassination of the puban General
Maceo, while within the Spanish lines
under a flag of trouce, brought forth a
vigorous protest from Senator Call of
Florida in the shape of a resolution.
This resolution directed "that the com­
mittee on foreign relations be authorized
to make inquiry as to the facts, and
report to the Senate at an early date."
Et
is confidently reported, that if t.hiw
irumor of Spanishlreatchery be true and
its truth be satisfactorily shown to Con*
«ress,the independence of Cuba would
be reoognized within twenty.four hours.
The House of Representatives with
ts costomary businesslike methods
ed a number of good bills. As a
.western member remarked, "when we see
thing we push it along." One of
these was the copyright bill which is
Jprjred ^7 the leading playwrights and
theatrical managers of the .country, and
is designed to give to musical camposit*
ions the jsaue measure of protection now
fltriotly dramatical compositions.
im further object of the bilj is to provide
Remedies for the composer, thereby he
may by a proper court proceeding, pre­
vent the unlawful use of his property in
the musical composition. Another good
thing the House "pushed along" was the
postal bill. The. bill provides that on the
petition of twenty people who' get their
mail at one oifioe, the postmaster there
shall appoint a mail carrier who
will deliver the mail through that
The people who receive' this
service must pay the oarrier. Under the
postal laws it is unlawful for a man to
get his neighbor's mail and the post­
master may refuse to deliver it to him.
But under this law the postmaster must
appoint suoh a oarrier, and the law vests
in him the autnonty of the Federal
Government, in so far as the letters
addressed to his employers is conoerned.
The people outside of the free delivery
system ought certainly be permitted to
improve their postal facilities at their
own expense .if they think proper to do
so.
Another bill whioh has aroused con
siderable interest is one called up by
Mr. Morse of Massachusetts, (the Mr.
Moody of Congress) seeking to abolish
the sale of liquor in the Capitol or the
adjoining grounds. The bill provides
for a fine of five hundred dollars for each
offence and was passed by the surprising
vote of 104 to 7. If this bill shall become
a
law
it
Will
put an end to a very profit­
able saloon business which iq now carried
on within the walls of the Capitol.
—Q—
During the first part of the Wbek Mark
Hanna was the venter of the political
world of Washington. He was dined
and supped during his whole stay in
town. The politicks after patronage
cultivated him assiduousiy. He now
has anew job on his hands, one that is
likely to prove larger than electing a
President, and that is providing the
Republicans with a majority in the Sen­
ate for the next administration. Unless
their position there can be strengthened
the administration will be seriously em­
barrassed, and Mr. Haiana has undertak­
en to supply the needed senators.
SOME USES FOR THE REMNANT.
Wonderful Effects to Be Produced fop
VeryLittleMoney.
One reaJizes irore and more how
many hundreds of women there are who
never can find use for the remnant, un
less it be the wrong one, in which case
it is a possession of no use.
But then there are so many women
in the world who always put a thing to
its wrong use, who seem to take a posi­
tive pleasure in, misplacing the goods
the gods have sent. Do we not all know
these women, who, having a Greek con­
tour, yet persist in dressing their hair
a la mode Japanesque the women with
the proportions of Juno who hanker
unceasingly after the attractions of the
stiff-fronted shirt, oi- the slim little
fairy
like
creatures whose,
sole
idea of a
costume is ai black brocade, tiri named
with jeit? It was ever thus the inap­
propriate has charms for the soulless.
If only the soulless women were bodi­
less, too, there would be fewer mistakes
in costume than now.
But what is the use of these sage re
flections on the doings and misdoings
of womankind, when it is one's solemn
dmty, to say nothing of one's earnest
pleasure, to s-peak of the possiblejuses
of the bargains gathered at the sales
€hat spread like an epidemic from north
to south, and from east to west, in the
metropolis?
The most useful remnant is one of
brocade or silk or satin measuring from
eight to twelve yards. This can be util­
ized either for the skirt, the back of a
tea gown, or a petticoat. Five yards,'as
a matter. of fact, may be used for a
petticoat, for it is easy enough in these
days to elaborately frill it with chiffon,
mounted over firmer flounces of taffeta.
A capital effect has been gained quite
recently by using a remnant of shot
silk for a sleeveless coat. It was! in blue
and green, made rather short, in a fash
'on that would suit alike the slim or the
stout figure.
Wide plaits fell grafcefully over each
shoulder, and around the armholes were
frills of the silk to take the place of
sleeves.—Chicago Tribune.
To Clean White Rugs*
There are tiwo methods of cleansing
white goatskin rugs. If not very much
soiled, wet a soft cloth with naphtha
and rub the hair vigorously, doing a
small portion at a time then hang the
rug upon the line in the open air, that
'the odor may disappear. Do this work
in the day light, and have no fire in the
roodn while using the m&phtba.. Iiit. is
necessary to wash the rug1, choose a
cool, windy day for the purpose. Throv^
'half a pint of 'household ammonia into
a tub containing about four gallons of
water. Place the rug in the tub and al­
low it to remain thereabout 30 nkinUtes
shake .thoroughly in the water, rinse
carefully in lukewarm water and hang
in the shade in the open air. When dry
-it will be found very -stiff, but may be
softened.by hard rubbing ansd combing
with the fingers.—St. Louis Republic ^.
—.• 'J-ti
Biscuits.
1
In spite of their name these do not
belong to the bread family at all, as
neither flour nor yeast enters into their
composition., Peel and core some ripe
apples and reduce them to pulp flavor
with essence of lesnon and mix while
warm -with their weight of powdered
sfugar drop on plates or into paiper
cases and dry in a slow oven for several
days. The heat should never be sirfftV
cient to bake, only to dry thean. When
thoroughly dried they should be packed
in glass or tin for winter use. Apricots,
peats, raspberries, strawberries, plroms,
etc., may be done in the same way.-—
Ladies'-Home Journal.
Joined the Great Majority While It Wafu
Asleep.
H. Clay Eminett, a -young cowboy
from Reltbn, Tex., reports a singular
find .made by him during a cattle-hunt­
ing round-up in the Pan-Handle coun­
try recently, says the Denver Field and
Form. The find Was: nothing more: or
less than a petrified pony, standing
erect and complete in all its parts. Em
mett says that he and his partnel*, B. C.
Woodville, were riding across the prai­
rie late one afternoon when their tired
ponies neighed -and whinnied as if they
were aware of the presence of another
animal. Looking around, they discov­
ered what they thought was a broncho
tethered to a. mesquite which crowned
the summit of a little knoll to the north­
ward.
They rode up to the spot and found
that the horse was fastened by a
chain, but stood so rigidly and seemed
altogether so mysterious that.their own
horses reared and plunged as if in
fright. Finally they dismounted and
found that the pony was petrified, not
a hair or hoof amiss. Emmett says
that some ranchman- years ago must
have chained the poor horse there, leav­
ing it to starve upon *he plains. As the
ribs of the animal were .plainly visible
in the petrifaction and it seemed to
have -been otherwise much emaciated,
this is probably the case. Emmett will
arrange to have the strange find ex­
hibited in some museum. It frequently
happens that horses fall into the habit
of going to sleep while standing, and it
must have been under these circum­
stances that the Pan-Handle broncho
departed this life to join the great ma­
jority.
STOPPING A TRAIN.
Important Discovery That Has Jnst Beeiv
Made in Europe.
Some important discpveries have just
been made in Europe, says the New
York Herald.
How to stop a train when- an accident
is impending has long beeiua problem.
Many plans have been suggested, but
almost all have been considered faulty
for the reason, that they call for a quick
stoppage. In such a case the shock
would be so great that the carriages
between the engine and the rear of
the train would be smashed to atoms
and their occupants crushed to death.
Evidently, therefore, a gradual stop­
page is imperative.
An admirable plan, which enables a
train to slow down gradually, has re­
cently been tested at the railroad sta­
tion in Dresden. It is extremely sim­
ple and has been found to work well.
No intricate machinery is required, and
the cost must be small. A track is laid,
the rails of which sink or slope
gradr
ually into a bed of sand. As the train
passes over this sand its wheels meet
with an ever-increasing resistance,
which scon becomes so great that they
are obliged to stop. The stoppage, how­
ever, is so gradual that there is no
rough shock. The greater the swiftness7
of the train and the heavier the load
the more immediate is the stoppage.
No damage then is possible either as
regard® the train or the passengers.
An experiment which was jeeently tried
with a freight train showed clearly the
usefulness of'this very practical and
simple plan.
1
N
PERIWINKLE FAD.
Cockney Shellfish Delicacy Grown In the
Waters of the Sound.
,One of the chief dishes in tihe cock­
ney bill of fare in England is the peri­
winkle. a shellfish resembling in shape
the small snail, says the New York Jour­
nal. It has hitherto been practically
unknown to American epicures and is
said to be greatly inferior to the
species of shellfish eaten in this coun­
try.
Of late periwinkles have been offered
for sale in a number of stores-patron­
ized by the New York colony of cock­
neys. It is. said that all of the peri­
winkles sold in. New York come from
New Rochelle. An Englishman "living
there was in the habit of importing
them for his own use. One consignment
was much larger than he expected or
waited, and he concluded to try an ex­
periment and see if they could be grown
in this country.
He dumped about a bushel iri the
sound, and, to his surprise and pleas­
ure, they seemed to thrive as well there
as in their native English waters. They
multiplied rapidly, and he not oinly
found it unnecessary to import any
more but had more than he could pos^
eibly use. So he has placed them on
sale and is deriving a. considerable rev­
enue from them.
tfsefal Member of a Family.
The Portuguese say that no man can
be a good husband who does not eat a
good breakfast, which leads the VVater
bury American to say that this is
?a
mean way of throwing upon the wife all
the (responsibility for the husbdnd':s
goodness, for without a good wife there
tean be no good breakfast for him to
eat. That may be right in theory, but
it is wrong In practice. Weknoyv a man
who has cooked breakfast the greater
part of the time for the past 15 years
for-his family. And we violate no con­
fidence when we say it is a good break
fast, too. He is a man who loves good
living, and he knows how to pirepare a
meal with the best of women. Yet he
is a workingman who puts in from ten
•to fifteen hours a day of hard woHc.
and the kind of work that is exhaust-
Pointed -with Pride^iiiKjfs
The bankruptcy court can UoaM sqme
delightfully naive rejoinders. f'How
sir, is it possible," angrily demanded
the opposing counsel of the bankrupt,,
"to live in. the luxurious style you have
affected on $200 a year?" The witness
replied, with en aia-of justifiable pride,
that that "was a-problem to which he
had devoted considerable time-in the
interests of social economy, and the re­
sults of his humble efforts were now
before the court,-" rg
it, and i"
Whatever £aay be
8,aid'
about the
publication^ ot Rev. Irl R. Hicks by
those who dp not ftjlly underatand the
factei there is no denying the-truth than
hie paper and. Almanac have come to
stay. His splendid journal, WORLD AND
WOBES, is now entering Its tenth year,
largely increased in circulation and in
eveiy way improved, until: it deserves
the national reputation it has attained.
His 1897 Almanac is now ready and is
by far the finest and most beautiful he
has yet issued, It contains 108 pages
inclnding cover artistically printed in
colors^ and is full from back to back with
just what is wanted in every shop, office
and home in Amerioa. One feature of
the -Almanac for 1897 is a series of 12
original, beautifully engraved star maps,
with explanatory chapters, which could
not be bought for less than five dollars
in any work on astronomy. As Mr.
Hicks has so correctly and faithfully
warned the public, of coming droughts,
floods, cold waves, blizzards, tornadoes
and cyclones, in the years passed, aside
from, the other varied and splendid
features of his paper and Alncanac, these
considerations alone should prompt
ever^ family to subscribe at once for
1897. The Almanac is only 25cts. a copy.
Word and Works is one dollar a year,
and.sL copy of the fine Almanac goes as
a premium with every yearly subscrip­
tion! Write to the WOBD AND WORKS
Publishing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Deer's Wonderful Scent.
The power of scent possessed by a
deer is wonderfully acute. These ani­
mals have been known to take fright at
the! scent of a man 24 hours after he had
passed the spot. .j
,S'&
..•riC-v Without a Rival.
Mr. Goodman!—My little man, when I
was your age I didn't, smoke in the way
yon do.
Slum Child—I should think so. Why,
there ain't a kid in the alley that kin
inhale like me.—Pearson's Weekly.
IJlinber £and. Act June 3, 1878.—Notice of Pub­
lication—U. 8- Land Office, Duluth Minn.
September 16,1896.
"Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,
1§78, 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 August 4, 1892,
I. Alexander J. Gartin of Duluth, county of St.
Louis state of Minn., has this day filed in this
office his sworn statement No. 3006, for the pur­
chase of the lots 1, 2 and aft ne% of section 6 in
township 64 north range 4 west, and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more valu­
able for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
land before the Register and Recever of this office
at Duluth Minn, on Tuesday, the 15th day of
December 1896.
He names as witnesses:
Joseph Couture. Peter J. Erickson, Aimer
Nelson and Edgar W. Orafhet all of Duluth,
l^inn.
Any and all persons claiming: adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
cMms in this office on or beiore said 15th day of
November 1896.
1C-3 A. J.Taylor Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice tor Pub­
lication. U. S.- 'Laud Office. Duluth, Minn.,
August 10th, 1806.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions oi the act of congress of June 8,
187.8, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
.Washington Territory." as amended bv act of
August 4,1892, Severin Jacobson. Superior, coun­
ty of Douglas state of W isconsin, has this day
filed in this office his sworn statement No. 2998,
foe the purchase ofthe lots 7 and §, nwK of swli
and sw!4 of nw*C of section 20 in township 63,
range 3 west, and wil 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 bei'ore the regis­
ter and receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn.,
on Thursday,ithe 3rd day of December, 1896.
He names as witnesses:
George Bignalnas and Andrew Johnson of
West- Superior Wis and Reinhold R. Graetz of
Grand Marais, Minn, and Andrew T. Bestul of
Duluth Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 3rd day of
December, 1896.
A. J. T*ylor, Register.
B. N. Johnson Attv. 9-26
1
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.—Notice for Pubi
licatlon. U. 8. Land Office, Duluth, Minn..
September 29, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provision of the act of congress of June 3, J878
entitled
,£An
act lor the sale of timber lands in
the stateH of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory" ar amended by act of
A ugust 4,1892, Christian Olsen, of Duluth, county
of St. Louis, state of Minnesota, has this day filed
in this office his sworn statement No. 2841, for
the purchase ofthe e^ of se% sec. 8, wil of sw'4
section 9 in township 64, range, 2 west, and will
offer prooi 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 Receiver of
this office at Duluth, Minn., on Tuesday, the
22nd day of December, 1896.
He names aa witnesses:
Edward Grochau, B. Grande and Ed. Gustaf
of Duluth Minn, and Andrew Larson of
Grand Marais Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims is this office on or before said 22nd day of
December 1896.
10-3 A Tavlor, Register
Timber Land, Act June 8,1878.—Notice for Pub­
lication. F. S. Land Office at Duluth Minn.
July 15th, 1896.
"Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provision# of the act of Congress Jane 8.1878,
entitled "An act for the sale of tir^ber lands in
the ^states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory," a» 'extended to all the
pabkc states by act of August 4, 1892.
William MoBean, of Duluth county of St.
Louis state °f Minnesota, has this day filed in
this office his sworn statinont No. 2965, for the
purchase of the lots 1 and 3 of section 25 in
township 65 north range 5 west 4th P. M.,
and will offer proof to show that the land songht
iB-more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Regiser and Receiver of
this office at Dnlnth Minn, on Tuesday, the 10th
day of November, 1896.
He names as vritneeaes:
John F. Segog, Hiram Ohadwick, William
Bassett
and
Thorvill Peterson all of Doiuth Minn,
Any .and all persons claiming adversely
+he
above descTi
bed land« are requested to file their
claims in thin offi.ee on or before saicf lOtli day of
November, 1896.
A. J. Taylor Register
PUBLIC LAND SALE
'Z Fni.ted
States
Land Office Duluth4lsiinn_
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance" of
infraction iroin the Commissioner of the General
Land Office under .authority vested in him by
section 2465, U. H. Rev. Stat., as amended by
the ftct of Congress approved Febr uary 26,1893.
we-wili proceed to offter at public sale oh the
15th day of February, 1897 next, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at this office, the following tract of land,
to-wit: lot 7 section 12 township 63 north range
.4 west, lot 2 section 1 township 62 north range 8
west and e% of nei4 section 10 township 01
non range east of 4th p. m.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are advised to file their
clhims in this office on or before the day above
designated for the commencement of scid sale,
otherwise their rights will ba forfeited.
l,
-A A. J. Taylor Register,
v."' F. L. Ryan Receiver.
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Toledo, Ohio.
Timber Land. Act June 3, 1878,-Notice for Pub
fechabrd isl.
W 0ffice Dulath
T^inn-
W. H. Small-wood Atty.
Minn-
^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 of timber
lands inthe states of California, Oregon, Neva
daand Washington Territory," as extended to
all the public land states by act of August 4,1892
Lawernce Ignaaiok, of Dnlnth county of St'
Louis state of Minnesota has this day filed
this office his sworn statement No. 2835. for
tt^e purchase of the se}* of se^, lots 1. 6 and 9 of
section 29 township 63, range 4 west,and will offer
proof to show that the land, sought is more val­
uable for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land
before the
.Register'and Receiver of this office at
UOT I897llim' °N
DAY'THE
15TH
DAY
of
and
Jan-
names as witnesses:
George Wartner and Reinhold R. Graetz of
and Christian Hang of
Aibert F. Graetz of West
Dalath Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
C^uthis office on or before said 15th day of
A
J'"
Wanted
SALESMEN.
We want one
or two men in
each county
to take'orders for Norsery Stock, and are
willing to pay well for good work, We
agree to REPLACE FBEE anything that
dies from natural causes.
Notice for Publication.
L^nd Office at Duluth Minn., July 27,1896
Notice is hereby given that the
following nam-'
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in support of his claim and that said
proof will be made before the register and re­
ceiver at Duluth, Minn, on September 16th, 1896.
VIZ,
Hans Wannebo homestead entry No. 5869 for
the 8*4 of se^, nwj^ of se^ section 32 and
leaat
8ection in
township 62 north range
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land viz:
Hans Gulbrandson, Gust Olson, John Hanson
and Helmer Helmerson all of Grand
Minn.
x. -w i. A Taylor, Register
N Johnson Atty. 8.g
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Duluth. Minn. Aug. 25.1896,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of bis Claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
and Keceiver of the U.S. land office at Duluth
Minn, on October 28 1896, viz: Andrew Swanson.
who made homestead entry No. 5836 for the
sYt of se!i sec, 33 and sVs of 6wj^ of sec. 34 town­
ship 62 north range 1 east.
He^names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Gurtaf Kling, Monker, Andrew Larson
and Hans Gilbertso** all of Grand Marais Minn.
7"25
A. J. Taylor Register
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pub
licatin. U. S. Land Office* Dalath. Minn
October 0th, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of 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 Territory," as extended to all the
public land states by act of August 4,1892. Hen­
ry E. Cooltf. of Duluth, county of St. Louis state
of Minnesota, has this day filed in this office his
sworn statement No, 3010, for the purchase of
the lot 8, eYt Of swJ4 and sw}£ of se?4 of section
30 township 65 north, range 5 west 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 hieclaim
to said land before theRegister and Receiver of
this office at Duluth Minn, on Tuesday, the 7th
day of January 1897.
He names as witnesses:
Jacob F. Noll. John F. Segog and William
Bassett of Duluth Minn, and Telof Oleson of
Grand Marais Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to fileeir th
claims in this office on or before said 7th day of
January, 1897..
A, J, Taylor Register
Frank Cutting Atty. 11.14
Timber Land. Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for Pub
lication. U. 8. Land Office, Duluth, Minn,
October 26, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions ot the act of congress of June 3,
1878, entitled"Anacl for the Rale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and
Washington Territory," as amended by act of
August 4, 1892, Arnt E. Juberg, of West Superior
county of Douglas state of Wisconsin, has this
day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
2914. for the purchase of the lots 2, 3. 4.7 and 8 of
section 4, township 64 north, range 5 west of 4th
p. m., and will ofler proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable foi itsj timber or stone
thto for agricultural purposes, and toestablihs
his claim to said land before the register and re­
ceiver of this office at Duluth, Minn, on Tuesday
the 19th day of January 1896.
He names as witnesses:
August Juberg of West Superior Wis. and ohn
Segog, and William' Bassett of Duluth Minn,
and John E. Ross of Grand-Marais Minn.
Any and ail persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 19th day of
January, 1897.
A Taylor, Register.
F. H. Cutting Atty. 11-21
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878
.—Notice for Pub
lication. United States Land Office Dnlnth
Oct. 23rd, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that incompliance with
the provisions of the act of CongresB of June 3,
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 pnblic land states by ant of'August*, 1892.
William A.. Harbour, of Dnlnth, county of St.
Louis state of Mibn. has this day filed in this
office hie sworn statement No, 2839, for tie
purchase of the,eV$ of se^ section 27 and ioc 2
and sw)4 of sw?4 of section ?6 ia township 63,
north, range 4 west, of 4th P. M„ and will offer
proof to show, that th© land sought is more
valuable foi its timber or stone than for agricul­
tural purooses, and to establish his claim to
said land pefore the Register and Receiver of this
office at Dnlnth Minn, on Tuesday the23rd day of
February. 1897.
He names as witnesses:
Reinhold R. Graetz of Grand Marais- Minn.'
and Albert F. Graetz and, Edward Mottner of
Duluth Minn, and George Signalness of Wept
Snperior Wis.
Any and all persons claiming adversely this
above described lands are'reqnested to file their
claims in this office on or.befojee said 23rd day of
February 1897.
.A, J. Taylor Register.
B. N. Johnson Atty. rj.5
WANTED—SEVERAL FAITBFUL MKN UR
women to travel for. responsible establinheo
bouse ia Minnesota. Salarv 8580, payable W5
weekly and expenses. Position permaheut.
Reference. Enclose self-addrorsed stamped en-
v?ilope.
The National, Star^uild.ing, (.hicago,
felSfev
!1
Timber Land, Act June 8,1878.—Notice for Pub
licdtior. Uni^wt Sttites Ltod OfBee. ITnlatlC^i
Minn.vpctoh^ 1st, 1896.
Notice is her^y given that in compliance with
f£.pfoyJ^loP8 P? the act of Congress of June
!78, entitled "An act
for thes&le of timber lands*
the states of California, Oregon, Nevada snc
Washingtan Territory," as extended to all the
pnhlic land states by act'of August 4,1892,
Hanson of Two Harbors, county of Lake, state W1
of Minnesota, has this day filed in this office hia i"
sworn statement No 2926, for the purchase of the'
lots 1, 2, 4, 5, and neK of nnl^ of sec. 8, township
64 range 4 west, 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 Receiver of this office at Duluth
Minn, on Wednesday, the 24th day of February
1897.
He names as witnesses:
Andrew Bestul of Duluth Minn., Reinhold
Graetz and John Dinkel cf Grand Mum
Minn, and George Signalness of West Superior
Wis.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above, described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on oi before said 24th day of
February, 1897.
A. J. Taylor1Register
N Johnson Atty.- 12-12
Timber Land, Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pnl».
lication. U. S. Land Office, Duluth Minn.
Nov 12,1896.
Notice is_hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Cengress of Jnne 3,
18i8, entitled "An act for timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash­
ington Territory," as extended to all the public
land states by act of Auisust 4, 1892, Linus
Wilson of Duluth, county of St. Louis, state
Minnesota has this day 'filed in this office
his sworn statement No 3020, for the purchase
of the wVS of Be% and of sw?4 of section 2 in
township 454 north range 3 west 4th p. m.
and will offer proof to show that the
land Bought is more valuable for its timber £r
stone than for agricultural pirposes, and
TO
establish his claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver of this-office at Duluth
Minn, on Tuesday, the 23rd day of Febrnary 1897.
He names as witnesses:
Joseph Uonture and Ole Westling of Duluth^
Minn., Swan Norquistand John x1aquett of Gnn
flint Lake. Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 23rd day
February, 1897.
12-12 A. J. Taylor Register.
Timber Land. Act June 3.1878.—Notice for Pub
lication. United States Land Office, Duluth
Minn., Nov. 28,1896.
Notice_i# 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, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," as extended to all the
public land states by act of August 4. 1892.
Charles SwaDBOn of Duluth county of St. Louis
state of Minnesota, has this day filed in this office
his sworn statement No. 3026, for the purchase
seJ£ of se54 of section 29, and ne}£ of neJ4 of sec.
32 in township 61, north range 4 west, 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
Receiver of this office at Dnlnth Minnesota on
Thursday, the 25th day of February, 1897.
He names as witnesses:
John -Peterson, Oscar Peterson, Wm. Chris
tianson and Edward Johnson all of Duluth Minn
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 25th day
of February, 1897.
12-12 A. J. Taylor Register.
Timber-Land, Act June 3,1878,—Notice for Pub­
lication. U. 8. Land Office Dnlnth Minn
September 3, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress cf June 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber
lands in the states of California, Oregon, Novada
and Washington Territory," as extended to all
the public land states by act of August 4, 1892,
Heloier Juberg, of Duluth, county of St. Louis
State of Minnesota, has this day filed in this
office his sworn statin exit Nc. 2917. for the pur­
chase of the nYiot neJ4 sec. 9 and nVt of nw& of
section 10 in township 64 north range 5 west, and
will offer proof to show that the land sought ia
more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to,eatablish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver of
this office at Duluth Minn, on Thursday the 3rd
day of December, 1896.
Henames as witnesses:
John F. Segog and Wieliam Bassett of Duluth
Minn, and John E. Ross and Thorval Peterson of
Grand Marais Minn.
Any and all persons claiming ndversely the
above described lands are requested to" file their
claims in this office on or before said 3rd day
of December, 1896.
... A. J, Taylor Register
Frank Cutting Atty. 9-2fi
Timber Land. Act Junes. 1878.—Notice for Pub­
lication —U. S. Land Office, Duluth Minn
September 15.18Q6.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress June
3,1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber
lands in the states of California. Oregon, Nevada
and Washington Territory," as amended
Dy act. of August 4,1892, Theodore M. Helinski of
Duluth, county of St. Louis state of Minnesota,
has this day filed in this office his sworn statement
2945, for the purchase ofthe n!4 of nw% and
n'/2 of nel£ of section 27 township 65 north
range 5 west, of 4th p. M. and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than lor agricul­
tural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land before the Register and Receiver of
this office at Duluth Minn, on Tuesday, the
15th day of December, 1896.
He names his witnesses:
John F. Segog and Jacob F. Noll of Duluth
Minn, and Arnt Juberg and Julius Juberg of
Grand Marais Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before safd 15th dav of
December 1896.
A.J. Taylor Register
Timber Land, Act June 3,187R.—Notice for Pub­
lication. U. S. Land Office Duluth Minn.
October 22nd, 1896.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congrpss of
June 3, 1878, entitled "an act for the sale of tim­
ber lands, in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as extended
to all the public land states by act of August 4.
1892, Edward Mottner, of Dnlnth, county of
St. Louis stateof Minnesota, has this day filed
in this office his sworn statement No. 2837, for
the purchase of the seJ4 of section 24 in town­
ship 63 north range 4 west 4th P. M. and will
offer proof to show that the land songht is
more valuable for its timber or ston« than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
t?.said land before the Register and Receiver of
this office at .Vuluth Minn, on Fridaj, the 15th
day of Jahusry 1897.
He names aa
witnesses:
Lanrenz IgnWsk and Gnst Anderson of Dn­
lnth Minn, and Albert F. Graetz and Reinhold
R. Graetz of Grand Marais Minn.
•Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above Described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 15th day of
January, 1897,
Timber Land. Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pub
lication. U. S. Laud Office, Duluth. Minn
November 9th, 1896.
Notice is
hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of congress of June 3
1878, entitled "in act for the sale of timber lands
in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory" as amended by act of
August 4,1892, William Harvev of Duluth, coun­
ty of St. Louis state of Minnesota hns this day
tiled in this office his sworn statement No. 3017, for
the purchase of the ofne1^, netf of nwJi and
lot 3 ol section .18 in township 64 north, range
2 west of 4th m., and will offer proof-to show
the land sought is more valuable lor its timber
or stone than for .agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim'to said land beiore the regis,
ter and receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn
on Tuesday, the 2nd day of February, 1897.
He names as witnesses:
.Toseph Couture and Ole Westling of Dnluth'"-^
Minn and 8wan Norguest and John Faquett of
Gunnint Minn.
.Any and .all persons claiming adversely the
above described Jan da. are requested to file'their
claims in this office on or beiore said 2nd day of
February, 1896.
H*28 .'A. -T. Taylor, Register." -j
®®ce Duluth Minn. Setpember lethl1--1)--
1896,
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Wm. Howenstein against Odilon Duguav tor
abandoning his Homestead entry No. 6671
dated May 18fh, 1892, upon the sw^ of neV. seK
or nwM, nwH of se?4 and ne^ of swM, of section
22, township 63 north range 4 west, in Cook
county iMinn., with a view to the cancellation
of said entry, the said parties are hereby sum­
moned to appear at this office on the 7th day of
November, 1896, at 10 o'clock A. M„ to remind
B. N. Johnson Atty.
WANTED—SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN OR
womenlolravel lor. responsible ejstabllghed"^
house in Minnesota, halary- ffsfV payable' »ifi
wekly and expensed Position permanent.tfV
Ke erence^ Enclose «ei addressed stamped eni^'t
.yelope. The National, St^r Building,
J.
A. J=. Taylor. Register
10-10
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