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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 December 1893

X»_ It was five.days ibefore Murray en .countered .Ross. CAPTURING AN OUTLAW.! cotild not turn over even without wak ing the other up. Ha slAht, jus liffJit.lt The Confederate troops in the west being" the last to surrender, it natural­ ly followed that they were the last to accept of circumstances and settle down to the new order of things. For months and months after Kirby Smith's ^lm ^is guard and compelled a surrender, portions of Louisiana, Ar- surrender, but he woul^have reaped kansas and Texas were dominated bv I10 'advantage in that. It would have kansas and Texas were dominated by-i advantage in that. It would have •& bad class of men* A few of them beea impossible to get him out of the swamp and down to Alexandria with •his hands and feet loose. Murray and defiantly refused to come in and deliver up their equipments and return •to citizenship. A score or more of the most .prominent were oulawed by mil­ itary proclamation. Among them was a man named Boss. .He ihad sbeen...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 December 1893

it hp ——BUOCESSOB TO—— THE GBAND MARAIS PIONE ER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPEB OF OOOK COUNTY, GRAND MARAIS, MINN., £KCEMBER16,'i898: Timber Land, ActJune lioation—As amended Ml, #dP: Dolt TT 18T8—Notioe for fub- a August 4 1892. U. 8, Land Office. Dulnth* Minn, June 51808 Notioe is hereby siren that in compliance with he provisions of the act of eongrosi of June* 878 entitled "an a6t fdr the sale of timber land* .„ "evada and ae amended' by -act of it 4 1892, John HModrk of in the stated of California, Washington Territorj August 4 1892,'John fStLduis state of' Jed in this offioe his siforn 'etatemeilt for the pufohaie of lota 2 and 6, awit aiid nwJ4 of Jasr, 186-1. .Any and *11 1 swJt iwt. December 1893. v* a MoDonald, Duluth, eotiilty leaota,1 has tjtiii day of Motion It, is township 64 north range 4, w. 4th p. m. and will offer proof to shytf that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone man for agrionltural purposes -i Monroe NiehbU, Register. Person...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 December 1893

y.s yTV If s: 4 -r •A* 5 W»#r LOCAL NEWS'ITEMS. County, Commissionei' Do'wman is in town. ,4 1 1 ,\ .•/ ,i Auditor Fiaher left on the Eliza this morning for Duluth. The Dunn warehouses on Lakeateuue, jDuluth, were burned recently at a joss Of nearly $40,OOOi Mrs. Rebeccia Raab has secured a ver* diet for $1*000 againt Dr,'Stewart of Da luth because hfe (balled her bad names. The Eliza left for Duluth this morning with some freight and a number of pas­ sengers. She will bring a cargo of coal from DUluth on her returhi On accoiint of the ice and roiigh jiveather on the lake the mail from Two Harbors-Which was due here Tuesday noon did not arrive until 5 o'clock Thursday evening: Although consider­ ably fatigued by day's tfav^l, Mail Carrier Peck started back, after a rest of tut a couple of hours, intending to row all night. In the probate court in Dulilth last week the decisidn in the long-fought Hulett will contest was filed". It favors the heii's and is against Mrs. Pomery, who cla...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 December 1893

Science and industry. INTERESTING READIG CURIOUS. FOR THE TThe Sew Opera-Glass Camera Pos ... sesses Many Advantages—A New Telephone—Why oil Stills jWaves—A Sun Fnrnace. tlie A detailed description of the new opera-glass camera, witli illustrations from "Photographic Work," is hree given. The frame work and focusing device of the instrument is that of an ordinary opera or field glass, and to make it com­ plete for independent use as a binocular telescope the necessary lenses are sup­ plied. When these are removed and the photographic fittings are set in the now vacant places, tl^e instrument be­ comes a camera, with" a focusing and locating finder, to be, used by looking into the large end, as shown in the first cut, while the second cut is a sectional' drawing, showing tnc internal arrange­ ments. The two objectives seen in the small ends are twin lenses, and that to the left casts its image on the film of a small metal roller slide, while the find­ er on the right is so arranged t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 December 1893

4' -v. -f •V| v' v': I 'V Si W, FALLING UP A TBEE. A few years ago real -estate business /brought me to the shores of Puget "sound. After a few weeks' work all toy arrangements had been made, noth­ ing remained buit to wait four or five months till arise in the price «of land at Gray's Harbor should increase the business of the syndicate I represented, and complete the chain e® circum­ stances 'Upon which the success of the vefiture 'must ^depend. 5During this ®me of idle waiting I fell' In with several old friends from the East, who also had not much to do, and were tired of the iewv amusements ihe little towns had to offer. With, them I sest'out on whtft is called by the lumbermen a "timber cruise," or ex­ ploring -expedition into the woods, usu •ally made with a view to selecting •claims. We soon found that'the art off timber cruising, which combines woodcraft with some knowledge of surveying, was too arduous for our 'enjoyment, and somewhat beyond our abilities as woodsmen. More...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 December 1893

THE* COOK COUNTY HERALD. SUCCESSOR TO— THI} GRAND MARAIS PIONEEH. CHRIS. MUBPHY,' PuDlisher. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY, 1. GB AND MAJIAIS, JWINN,, DECEMBER 28. J893. JUSTICE OP THE PEEACB. Bill T^y® OffiolntM at a I^ontt«r ICM* rlajje Ceremony. Edgar Wilson Nye, otherwise Bill Nye, has been writing a series, of auto­ biographies for the Century. Trom the first paper we quote as follows: 'I forgot to say that the office was not a salaried one, but solely depended upon fees, the couDty furnishing only the copy of the revised statutes and 9 woolsack, slightly and prematurely bald. So while I was called Judge Nye, and frequently mentioned in tha papers with great consideration, I waa out of coal al at half the time, and once could not mail my letters for three weeks because I did not have the necessary postage. Friends in the Eastern states may possibly recall the time when my correspondence, from Bcxie unknown cause, seemed to flag. That was the time. Of course I could have borrowe...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 December 1893

w_10^AL NEWS The E|iza arrived from DultitH Tues­ day eveniijg, The thirteen year old daughter of Paul Morijipon is seriously ill. School closed yesterday with ap pro priate exer^iges for the holiday vaca­ tion. .Ji .? 'ii J' 1 County Commissioner Scott returned on the Eliza Tuesday eyening from •tJross River. jf ff Trapping is reported as having been very poor 30 fay this winter on account of the heayj? snow storms we have bad, 0 Prospects are good for a race between the English locomotive "James Tole jnan,"' which was exhibited' at the World's fair, and the New Yorl$ Central's ^999." If ib takes place it will likely be •from Chicago to New York. The secretary of the Duluth-Superior Harbor Improvement company has sent ja communication to the senators and congressmen from the head of the lake (district, asking them to use their infl u .ence to have a committee of engi rieers .visit the head of the lake and look into 4}he needs of the harbor. That splendid family journal, The De­ tro...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 December 1893

(fsg TOO MANY. It was an awkward position to be In, as*Harry Wentworth fully realized. To have three pretty girls at one time in love with him would have been very flattering and satisfactory to a dude, or coxcomb, but Harry was i: either one nor the other. On the contrary, he was sensitively scrupulous, and consid­ ered three fair admirers quite too many. If they had been bold and forward, he would have felt no compunctions, but they were sweet and modest girls who unfortunately cherished an art­ less affection for the same man. He certainly admired them all, but in a mild, unsatisfactory way, without sen­ timent or romance. It troubled him, because he could not ignore it, and lie finally went to a cousin for counsel—a bright, shrewd girl, who, without meddling interfer­ ence, always kept her eyes open. "Dora," he said, "I want your ad­ vice." "I am delighted," she exclaimed." "Delighted?" "Certainly. Who does not enjoy giv­ ing advice?" "Then give me yours, for I need it, sadly si...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 December 1893

**r %tr If' •wait |v- 'i .was a man once Geoffrey Halkett by name of few failing's, but chief among1 thci* was the Ineradicable conviction that he under (Stood the innermost workings of the mind of a girl. "A clever beggar11 once knew," lie •explained onenight to his old intimate, Paddon, •'in fact about, the cleverest beggar I over aid know, once said to me, 'If you know one thing thorough­ ly/ you hold the key to everything.' It didn't strike me particularly at the time. I had no reason for testing it. but it's awfully true, Jim, I can see it now." It was in Jim Paddon's rooms in Gray's Inn that this sententious remark was uttered. Jim Paddon was at the moment keenly interested in wondering whether the cork of a soda-water bottle would 4come out easily, like a tooth with gas, or would require extracting" with a wrench. The sras gained the day. "Well," he said, content now to •dally with trivialities, "and wha,t if it ts?" "Well, I'll tell you. Sometimes this knowledge is very usef...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 December 1893

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. SUGOE8BOB TO THE GRA.ND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRI8. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OF OOOK COUNTY, GRAND MARAIS, MINN., DECEMBERSO, 1898 timber Land, ACT June 3, 1878 NoTice for Publica-rion, AS Amended by acT of Aug. 4,1892. 1/ S Land Office, DuluTh Minn., October 14th, 1893. Notice is hereby given that in compli­ ance jnth the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, lS^, as amended by feet of congress approved August 4. 1892, fentrrled "An act for The sale of Timber lands in The states of California, Ore­ gon, Nevada and Washington Territory, as amended by act of August 4,1892, Nelson B. Lester of Diiluth, county of St. Louis, state Of Minnesota, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement no. 1496, for the purchase of lots 2 and 7, swKi of ne^ of sec. 3, twp. u4, N. range no. 4, W.' 4th p. m., and will bffer proof to ghow thatthelahd sbught is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes and to Establish his claim to sa...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 December 1893

fs*. ,-Y 4 Vit 1 i" h&^A. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. •. Editor Hoskins of the Alliance Advo­ cate, of Fergus Falls, has been judged insane. •-.• The Eliza made another trip to Du lufch this week, returning Thursday af­ ternoon. A regular meeting of the board of county commissioners will be held at the court house next Monday. Auditor Fisher returned from Duluth Dn the Eliza Thursday^afternoon. He how suffering from a severe attack of the grip which, he contracted while in Duluth, At the election held in Chicago on ^Tuesday of last week John F, Hopkins, the Democratic candidate for mayor, was Selected to serve out the unexpired term bf the late Carter H. Harrison. West Duluth, more appropriately known as "The Pittsburg of the North­ west," will be wedded to. the City of Du­ luth next Monday. The engagement Bates back to the time of the attempted abduction by the latter three years ago. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. DeLacy Wood will be glad tb learn that Mercedes, their eldest daught...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 December 1893

A New Enamel for Metal*. The protection of xnetals from rust and other atmospheric influences has been the subject of many' recent pat­ ents, and of those the newest is for an enamel for gas apparatus and decora­ tive work of all kinds. For decorative effect the capabUities of this enamel are great. All colors, the most delicate tints in any number, either dead or bright, and both gold and silver, also cither dull. or polished* are obtainable In the same casting, and all alike are unchangeable, being affected neither by exposure to the air nor to any heat up to a bright red. The film of enamel Is so thin that the most-microscopic de­ tails of the metal are unchanged. Castings protected in this manner are not only capable of fine artistic treat­ ment, but they are also claimed to be absolutely permanent and proof against dirt and smoke, which disfigure other work so rapidly. Scotch Piety. Some English tourists in the Scotch highlands tried to buy some milk on Sunday from an old lady....

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 January 1894

VOLUME III. IMABIS HE great fox-god Inari, once de­ termined that he would make a journey about the oity to find oot where true honesty and goodness ex isted. Tt was a bad age of crime ar.d corruption. TPhefi rst place that Inari visited was the counting-house of one of the sr.reat •est merchants of the city of Yedo. "At any rate," he said, "I shall find fair dealing and honesty here, for this man's junks float on a hundred waters, his word is as good as a bond, •and his name is a by-word for upright­ ness and integrity." He took up his figure in the shape of •a, cobweb in a corner of the sample room. The tide of customers and mer­ chants flowed in and out the money rattled into the coffers the clerks were busy with pen and scroll but no one saw what Inari saw. Kis heart •smote him to see the tricks of trade and the deceptions practiced the chests of tea were. filled with colored leaves and dust sweepings the bales of silk were weighted with false ma­ terials,. and their contents dy...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 January 1894

wM i- JiW fM e* '•r! •. COOK XJOUHTt HERA'LD. ——SUOOKSSOB TY— "K THE QBAND MARAIS PIQNEBB. CHRIS. MURP5T, Publisher. OFFICIAL PBP KB OP OOOSC OOVUVY, v# PttAND MARAIS, MINK., JANUARY 6. 1894. timber Land, ACT June 3, 1878 NoTice .for PttblicsTion, AS Amended by act? of Aug. 4,1892/ If S Land Office, DtiltWh Minn Ootobte 14th,1893. Notice id hereby 'given that in (Sonipli* ftnce With the11 provisions of tile* act df congress of June 3,l878.as dniended |ct of cotigress approved Aiigiuit4.i892, fintiTled uanda VAa adt for the sale-of Timber in ifne states of California, Ore i, Nevada $nd WashingtonTerrttpry, amended by act of August 4,1892^ gon, as amende jptelson B. Lestei? of Duluth, county of St. Louis, .state of Minnesota, lias this day filed in this_pffice his sworn statement no. 1496, for the purchase of lots 2 and 7, sw!£ of ne^ of sec. 3„ twp. J« N.. raiigeno. 4, W. 4th p. m., .and will pffer proof. to show thai the land sought i^morevaluable for its tiniber or stone 'than fdif...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 January 1894

__i irVKa^fci" -X 1 ~*V *3- N ^fw. Fishe* fyw been q^nfi^ied |q he bed several days th^s Weq^ t^e grip 1 to presents h*? night*/ mt -.: -jvii^ -1/ ^*6£$fw&jfc*ttoe a v^V^^W^^ttads '^f the grip this ,%eel u' The lfciraji*olye eiflitfe l^as gtaddte&d \by the(Wrival:ol'ji nin6iWnd girl last V- iv'ji ^endei$^V^ Carter fpupd gjuiltyand ^^dl^dg j^w^t^^j^yi^tx£-a girl at theii* r,'homftjysyjfc Suid*^^brifi|^. t' Thisi|^ri^e has^bn^e^uitl preva Jenfc &i Gr^^'Marais, £aijd as a,, result Dr. Mayh§$has been kfipti very1 busy Inuring th»ijast Week, "f" A New Year's'danoe was given at thq resideucs of Mr. and Mrsf. Auaquetlastk •Tuesday evening, A very ple^i^it Jim* wa&hjoy&d by, all present. /f A dffipatcli fcpqim Walij^gton sayatli^t FVed li^yw been appointed to succeed: ^/L/p^ier is redpiv&i iof the tJ.. S landoffice afcDuluthi1" ... Clark aqi^pi^g.fhe ^insurance swind-j JerB of Duluth, were-sentenced last Satj .,'urday af^rrioon, t&\ {ibrmeif tfo ninety* |days iu^...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 January 1894

-"I- I $ it m&k: ^MimamsN I^'r-- i..".s^^f 37 •PIP Is si a ONE ON THE DRUMMER. He Made a Bet With tlie Baggage­ man and Had to Weaken. "We had some fan last wee," said the drummer to the hotel clerk Satur­ day night, after he had taken his' sup per and his week's work was done, says the Free Press. "Go on," suggested the clerk, en­ couragingly. •'It was up at a station on the Flint & Pere Marquette railroad, where there is a saw mill and a store or two, and timber is plenty. There were three or four of us, one of the party, a young Chicago drummer, who was as fresh as Lake Michigan. He was jollying everybody, as we were waiting for a delayed train, and at last he tackled the man who clucked the baggage. 'I say,' he said to him, with a wink at the rest of us, 'can I get a trunk checked here for Detroit?' 'Certainly^ if you've got a ticket.' 'That's all right I've got the ticket but checking the trunk is what bothers me.' 'Don't worry abcut that, mister,' said the simple-minde...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 January 1894

A -7ft-'. K- •P v- fcv$ f. .r ^v ^,:"? ^'S:S£. v-i:.v-S: .5^:: A^V. VOLUME III. Into the other's -V ^£v °T ye goin' -t' do now, Dan'el?" Sain Norton asked. He leaned forward as he spoke and peered face with little, twinkling1, inquisitive eyes. It was a dull and hopeless Novem­ ber night. A heavy gray sky hung low ab6ve them. Rain fell, from time to time, in spiteful spurts upon the sodden leaves through which their horses made their way down the long hill road. Farmer Wilson was not used to driving in a covered carriage, nor to sitting by himself behind closed doors while some one else held the reins, but it was considered a proper mark of respect to Sarah Ann. He must hire a livery team for the funeral Sam Norton had told him so, and had further hinted that it would toe but decent to invite the speaker to a seat beside him. "Ye know me 'n' her was connected by marriage," was his plea. The prinpeial mourner had consent­ ed, although he did not like Sam Nor­ ton he thougbt he was sp...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 January 1894

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, SUCCESSOR TO THE GRAND MARA.IS PIONEER, CHBI8. MURPHY, Publisher.. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., JANUARY 13.1894. Timber Land, ACT June 3, 18?8 Notice for Publication, AS AMENDED by acT of Aug. 4,1892. S Land Office, DuluTh. Minn., October 14th, 1893. Notice is hereby given that in compli­ ance frith the provisions of the act of congress of June 3,1878, as amended by bet of congress approved August 4.1892, fentiTled "An act for The lands in The sale of Timber states of California, Ore­ gon, Nevada and Washington Territory, ks amended by act of August 4,1892, Nelson B. Lester of Duluth, county of St. Louis, state of Minnesota, has this day filed in this office his sworn .Statement no.,1496, for the purchase of lots 2 and 7, sw^ of n&U of sec. 3,. twp. 64, N. range no. 4, W. 4th p. m., arid will Offer proof to show that the land Bought Is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural piirposes and to festablish his claim ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 January 1894

•gP .... 15-' •T •A r-y (trouble. p«4 'V Wi_ vV} LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. County Commissioner Dowman and Jas. Morrison left Tuesday morning for Gunflint. John DrQuillard returned to Chicago Bay- Wednesday after a couple of Weeks' visit with his family Here. I. r. -. Deputy Sheriff Lasage visited Chica. go Bay this -week on official business ponneeted with the ne^v township organ- |2ation. There is a story afloat that J. W FT/RHAA" The sale of the West Superior Iroii &nd Steel plant, which was to have tak- I'be Minnesota Iron company- let a bontract last week to Contractor Win­ ston of Minneapolis, for. stripping an acre of the Iron iting mine. About 300, The editor of this paper, who was The Fergus Falls bankers have suc­ ceeded in driving Frank Ho.skins, editor of the Henning AdvbCate into the Bpott, for years manager of the Chicago 4th p.m. and wiii offer proof to show that Herald is likely to purchase the St. Paul f}10^^ B6nght is more valuable for its tiuiber THF County Attorney Pr...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 January 1894

i'-i 4I Ife 27 Per Cent. Stronger. The amusing advertisement of a'rival Baking Powder, claiming that "it is 27 percent, stronger than any other,"must refer to its smell (as it is a well known ammonia powder). ONE ON THE DRUMMER. He Made a. Bet With tbe HagKage man and Had to Weaken. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Is a pure cream of taftair powder. brossgM to the highest degree of strength and perfection. Truly the ideal Baking Powder. Its superiority ov©rewery other can fae clearly shown by any fairly conducted competitive test, whether made in the laboratory or kitchea. "We had some fun last wee," said 'GL?t the drummer to the bofeft dlerk Satur-1 cian check any sort of trunk you've got' 'This is suela .a trunk as I never saw checked,' explained the Chicago fresh. 'Bring on your trunk I'll fix it,' insisted the baggageman. Til bet you §5 you won't do it,' bluffed the Chicago man. "The baggageman replied by taking out a fiver a.d putting it in my Jiands, and Chicago came up smiling...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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