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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 October 1893

V. 1:1- 1 *. "4i —I? IK% m. •MM? as** Ht HEE AKCESTBESS' FOB- TRAIT. V* 1 The plate .was to be solid at auetion •-house, furniture and all. This much I discovered by reading, the big bills that were posted on all the trees in the neighborhood. The auction was to come.off next flay, and every one was freeto walk through the house and examine the things. An old colored servant Was in charge, and 'was very civil. "De old family is mos'ly deluncted, .sah," he said, "and I spec de funichor will go cheap. I is gwine to buy in dat plated tray. I has used it for thir­ ty year, and the table.bresh myself. But de res' is free to eberybody." Then he trotted, about, and 1 ex­ amined the furniture, decided to buy a carved sideboard, if I was not out­ bid, and finally paused before the por­ trait of a lady in a Venetian frame, and resolved to have it if I had to fight all the second-hand dealers in Christendom. It was such a sweet face—the por­ trait of an ancestress of. the house, no doubt, for ...

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. — 7 October 1893

$HE COOK COUNTY HERALD, SUCCESSOR TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL T»aPER OF CQOK COUNTY, ORA.ND MARAIS, MINN., OCTOBER t, 1893. NOTICE FQll PUBLICATION'. Land Office at Dnluth, Minn, August 2,1893 IS otice is hereby erven that the follow?ijig hamert settler has. filed notice-of his intention make final prdjpf in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the register and receiver TJ 8 land office at Duluth, On November 9,1898, viz: John Cargffl, who made S E No 6684 for the peH of sec 23. twp 65, range 5 west He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon dnd cultivation of, said land, viz •Tolin Frettene. Hiram Chad wick, William graves, Andrew Haudiu all of Grand Marais. A TAYLOB, Agister U. Is Chew, Attorney 9-30 NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Land office at Duluth, Minn, August 12, 1893 Notice is. hereby £?:ven that the followinsr nairted settler has filed notice of his intention |o make final proof in support o...

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. — 7 October 1893

•k*.v- *l I ie1 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. N. Probeck returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. Sheriff Wilson spent Thursday in town looking up jurymen. Quite a number of settlers arrived on the Dixon Wednesday evening. Robert Howenstine came up on the Sunday boat to look after his interests here.- Mrs. Larson of Maple Hill left for Du­ luth yesterday to receive medical treat­ ment. A party of sportsmen came down from Duluth on the Dixon Wednesday to spend a couple w«eks hunting ducks and partridge. William Howenstine and H. Bruhn left Tuesday morning for Superior. Mr. Howenstine will spend a couple of weeks deer hunting in Wisconsin after which he will return to Grand Marais. The many friends of Mi-. W. B. Wilbur will regret the announcement of his death Avhich occurred at Pall River, Mass., on |3eptember 3rd. Mr. Wilbur was the first teacher of the public school here and served Cook county in several offi­ cial capacities, in all of which duties he was faithful and competent. Two gold findB...

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. — 7 October 1893

Debtor and Creditor. "I should like to know when you are j&ouog to pay that bill I can't come i&ere every day in the week." "What day would suit you best?" "Saturday." "Very well, then, you can call every .Saturday."—Le Petit Parisien- Money-Makers. Are you busy? Are you making money? If so, stick to it you are fortunate. If .you are not, then our advice is that you ^write at once to B. P.Johnson & Co., Richmond, Ya. They can show you quickly how to enter upon a profitable work. On the summit of the Brocken Ihere is a julpit-shaped mass of granite which goes by the name of the Devil's Pulpit. Frog pies were invented by the Italians in file fourteenth century. Lost—An Appetite! If you have lost your appetite it will re­ turn to you if you apply to a druggist or gen­ eral dealer who sells Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. When you are in possession of this Itelpful tonic, you have a restorer of appe­ tite which is unfailing and prompt. Hcre •«ver, it restores digestion as well ...

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. — 14 October 1893

UNCLE __ THE MA KIN 6 -*r 1 TAILOR AND SALE OF NAVY SUITS. ARMY AND 'The Soundest Material at the I«owest Price "la the. portion of the Soldier Boys and the Jack Tars—Difficulty of Cheat­ ing Uncle Samuel. Uncle Sam takes a paternal inter-j -est in his soldier boys and clothes them, in the warmest and soundest fabrics at a price that never goes -above cost, says, the San Francisco' Chronicle. There are three clothing supply depots connected with the army, one of them in a low, square building beneath the Palace hotel oh New Montgomery street, San Fran cisco. This establishment, among its many functions, makes uniforms and underclothing for enlisted men. Upon this kind of work an average •of 250 persons are employed for eight months of the year. Most of the sewing women are widows, of soldiers. Captain -C., W. Williams has charge of the clothing and •equipage branch of the depot and makes the inspections, of work -and material. A piece of kersey must be sound in every fiber or it wil...

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. — 14 October 1893

&- *r fHE COOK COUNTY HERALD, SUCCESSOR TO THE GRAND MAR4IS PIONEER, CHRIS. MJIRFHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OF OftOK COUNTY. {3RAND MARAIS, MlNjf., QCfOBER 14,1893. HOfrCE EOS jPtrBLlCATION1. L^ad Office at. Dnluth, Minn, August 2, 1893 ryrttica is hereby sriven that the foliowing •ttatrwrt settler has filed notice of his intention tp makifirial prttof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the registet and receiver IJ S land office at Dnluth, Minn., on November 9.1898, viz: -Tojin Oargill, -who made HE No 6681 for the neH of sec 23. two 65, range J5 west ?. ^a*A®8 the following Witnesses to prove his ^ojitiriuous residence tipori and cultivation of, said land, viz: Tohn Frettunl. Hiram Chadwiek, William il (iraves, Andrew Handin alLof Grand Marais. A TAYLOB,.Register Minn. Chew, Attorney 9-30 NOTICE FOR PUBIil^AfioiT. I#nJ P^jce at Daluth, Minn,' August 13, 1893 Notice is hereby. given that th« followinsr namcd sottler Ins filed notice 3f, his intent...

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. — 14 October 1893

-jLOCAI^ 'NEWO ITEMS. 4 v'Mtorhing. 1 p^nd^n&a 4»ys on .Ms, qj|im, peat Ripe I^e, .* .. The 1»q^nd. .ef -eounty' commissioners met i^[ regular session Wednesds^ ^. JMErs. iFi^ei' left yesterday? merging for a eoupld jf •r' £^4 thg Twin Cities.- A ,„ .-j, ,T1)Q We^ Duluth Bla^t 3£urnace wa» on Friday lpst aiyarded thq priz^ for pig jron at the World's Fair. _• 4-^ Road^ Co^nmission^r I^Sage left Thursday mfjnpig, with a-crew of m&n, for Pork Bay, ^o make pome irpprovo so iDhe Knox Lumber cbmpany, recently incorporated^ with a papital -of .$80,000, -will build a'saw mill at Ely. The Mari­ nette Iron Works of-West Duluth has been given the contract to'furnish the ii»w company with a Complete outfit. The big iteamer, Selwy^ Eddy, arrived fat Duluth'last Monday after "completing tone of' the quickest, if not the quickest, eound trips on' record between Duluth and Buffalo. She made the round trip in seven days,' fifteen hours and* fifty imputes. jS9§, which places 400 convicts on ...

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. — 14 October 1893

,--•. "7i O^y-/8* fi?BBg Debtor and Creditor. "I should like to know when you are jgoing to pay that bill I can't come here every day in the week." "What day would suit you best?" "Saturday." "Very well, then, you can call every .Saturday."—L'e Petit Parisien- Money-Makers. Are you busy? Are you making money? If so, stick to it you are fortunate. If .you are not, then our advice is that you write at once to B. F.Johnson & Co., Richmond, Ya. They can show you juickly how to enter upon a profitable work. On the summit of the Bracken there is a pulpit-shaped mass of granite which goes by the name of the Devil's Pulpit. Frog pies were invented by the Italians in the fourteenth century. Lost—An Appetite! If you have lost your appetite it will re­ turn to you if you apply to a druggist or gen­ eral dealer who sells Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. When you are in possession of this helpful tonic, you have a restorer, of appe­ tite which is unfailing and prompt. More­ over, it restores dig...

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. — 21 October 1893

I: 1. •f- 'M, VOLUME III. GARDENINGS Gladys got some garden see&%, Trusting little maiSLen. Picked them out -with greatest care, Talked about them everywhere Planted them with earnest prayer, -And a little spade. Then there came a fall of snow, And a solid freeze. •Gladys, taken by surprise, Bravely dried her brimming eyee, Sent around for new supplies, "Warranted to please. Hardly" were they in the ground When a busy hen, Seeking sustenance, laid bare All the cause of so much care J" Gladys wished that she could rffcreaJT, And began again. What the next mishap will b® Gladys doesn't know, But if patient labors pay, She will have a fine display In her garden plot some day- It is doubtful, though. —Summerville Journal, HEE OWN EIYAL, -I am in love with her!" I cried. "In love for tlie first time in my life, and •with a girl whose name I do not even know." I spoke of the young lady who had been my companion during along stage •coach journey in the far West, and from whom I had jus...

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. — 21 October 1893

& THE COOK COUNTY HERALD UCCESSOR TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COOK COUNTY. GRAND" MARAIS. MtNN., OCTOBER 21,1893. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land OTice at Dnluth, Minn, August 2, 1893 Notion is hereby riven that the following nwi"d =pttW has filed notice of his intention tp male* final nroof in support of his claim and that said nroof will bo made b9foro the register and receiver 8 hind office at Duluth. Minn., on November 9. 1898, viz: John Cargill. who made E No 6881 .for the fieV of sec 23. twn 05, range 5 west names the following witnesses to prove his Continnons residence upon and cultivation of, saia 1 and, viz Tohn-T Frettum. Hiram Chadwick, -William fTrave3, Andrew TIandin all of Grand Marais. v,1','?V ... A TAYLOR, "Register new. Attorney- 9.30 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land office* at Dal nth, Minn, August 12, 1893 Notice i« he^ebv -riv«n that the following pamod softlor ^^,*1 notion of his intention to mako tina' prW snrroort of...

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. — 21 October 1893

*~-~L0CALNEWS ITEMS, MM. Larson returned from Duluth Wednesay evening. .Adolph Carlson of Chicago Bay spent Wednesday right with-friends here* Mrs. C. S. Durfee left yesterday for Quincy, 111., where Bhe wiij spend the iwinter -*.v 0 The Dixon made only one trip this week, she having laid up in Duluth the lore part of the week for repairs. One of the steam shovels at the Bi wabik mine loaded 1,950 tons of ore onto cars in nine ^working hourB one day last iHreek. This is the best record yet made. 'Mr. Eliasen of West Superior left for home yesterday" after a couple of weeks stay on hie farm on Maple Hill. He ex­ pects to move here with his family next spring. Thos. Gordon and John Washington of Saginaw, Mich., who have, for the past three weeks, been looking up pine and mineral lands in this county for an •Ontario company, left for home on the i)ixon yesterday. At a large mass meeting held in Du Iuth last Monday resolutions! were adopt­ ed demanding tlie immediate repeal of the Sherm...

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. — 21 October 1893

I Debtor and Creditor. *1 should like to know when you are going to pay that bill I can't come bere every day in the week." "What day would suit you best?" "Saturday." "Very well, then, you can call every Saturday."—Le Petit Parisien- Money-Makers. Are you busy? Are you..making money? If so, stick to it you are fortunate. If you are not, then our advice is that you write at once to B. F.Johnson & Co., Richmond, Ya. They can show you quickly how to enter upon a profitable work. On the summit of the Broeken there is a pulpit-shaped mass of granite which goes by th^. name of the Devil's Pulpit. Frog pies were invented by the Italians in the fourteenth century. Lost—An Appetite! If you have lost your appetite it will re­ turn to you if you apply to a druggist or gen­ eral dealer who sells Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. When you are in possession of this helpful tonic, yon have a restorer of appe­ tite which is unfailing and prompt. More­ over, it restores digestion as well as appe­ ti...

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. — 28 October 1893

a: V: I 4 is- VOLUME III. litfiiiii U®re are husb.inds who are pretty, rhere are husbands who are witty, There axe husbands who in public are as smiling as the morn There are husbands,who are healthy, There'are famous ones and wealthy, But the real angelic husband—well, he's never yet. been born. Some for strength of lore are noted, Who are really so devoted, That whene'er .their wives are absent they are lonesome" and forlorn. And while now and then you7ll find one ,. ..... Who' $ if. fairly good and kind one Yet the real angelic husband—oh! he's never yqt been born. So the woman who is mated To a man who may be rated «A.s "pretty fair" should cherish tim for­ ever and a day, For the real angelic creature, Perfect, quite, in every feature— fie has never been discovered, and he won't'be so they say. .. —T. B. Aldrich in Forum. POE HER FALSE SAKE "I like Guy Severne I honor him Above Ms fellows. And that is enough.! I have never loved any'oody, and I never shall. I do not believe in ...

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. — 28 October 1893

E O O O N E A SUCCESSOR TO- THE GRAND MABAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MUKPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER 05* COOK COUNTY. PRAND MARAIS, MINN., OCTOBER 28,1893. J. ADAM BasfiE is a fullfledged candi­ date for Lfnited States marshal for Min hesota. A mftii Who cdn stampede a Democratic state convention as he did is undoubtedly capable of filling the pd feition. Few Democrats in Northern Minnesota will not be glad to see him tyin in the race.—West Dulufli SUn. GODEY'S MAGAZINE for November, is in the minds of the publishers, the most attractive of any in the new series of this old-time favcfrite. It is rich in feontents and illustrations. The com­ plete novel is from the gifted pen of Mrs. Amelia i£. Barr, and is called The Flowers of Gala Water. It is prof usely iincl beautifully illustrated by Theodore H'empe, and tlie story itself'is in Mrs. Barr's iilost interesting vein. This num­ ber also contains illustrated articles on A Holliday in Spain, by Floyd B. Wil­ son, aiid A Pretty Mocking of t...

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. — 28 October 1893

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. T. W. Maydew is on the jury at Two Harbors this week,"' The Elijsa returned yesterday from ft trip to Two Harbors and Duluth. Frank Lasarge and Swamper Carriboq ^turned from Two Harbors Wednesday! Miss Hoas Murphy of Wesi Duluth the guest of of her brother Chris, and ...Wife/ .v Auditor Fisher has been Confined to the house fot vere Joid, C. Wi (the '•"V. the past few days by a se­ The CtentUtion, which is not only the greatest carrier on the great lakes "but is also the fleetest freight boat plying between Duluth and Buffalo, arrived at Duluth last Saturday from Buffalo hav­ ing made the 997 miles in 67 hours and 50 minutes, 14.67 miles per hour, in­ cluding a stop a't the Soo. The 223 biles between Port Huron and Detour were made in 14 hours and 5 minutes, or 15.84 miles per hbur. Wells of Saginaw, Mich., was drowned in Bow String lake, while hunt­ ing with a party of riends, on Thursday of last week. He Was shooting from a canoe, standing up in the boat, when he...

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. — 28 October 1893

IV* 5/ /jj fr^f6" Debtor and Creditor. ..... **1 should like to know when, you are $olng to pay that bill I can't come Jiere every day in the week." "What day would suit you best?" "Saturday." ''Very well, then, you can call every •Saturday."—Le Petit Parisien. Money-Makers. Are you busy Are you making money ^lf so, stick to it you are fortunate. If .you are not, then our advice is that you write at once to B. F.Johnson & Co., Richmond, Ya. They can show you -quickly how to enter upon a profitable Sfork. On the summit of the Brocken Ikero is a .pulpit-shaped m^ss of granite which goes toy the name of the Devil's Pulpit. Frog pies were invented by the Italians in the fourteenth century. Lost—An Appetite! If you have lost your appetite it will re­ turn to you if you apply to a druggist or gen -eral dealer who sells Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. When you are in possession of this helpful tonic, you have a restorer of appe­ tite which is unfailing and prompt. More -over, it restores ...

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. — 4 November 1893

Miif T\ "Sv, 4 A Vv RSC4S FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. THE PREVENTION OF VERMIN ON ANIMALS. A Mixture That Will Ocktrpjr the Para­ sites—A Permanent Pastnre—Weaning: Colts-Etf Bound—Sheep Shoarings and Household Helps. Animal Terrain. Lice, ticks and similar vermin of animals are so numerous in many barnyards that it is almost impossible to abate the nuisance, and clean animals that are brought to the plaee are soon infected with them. The surroundings of the pens, hovels and yards are such as to breed vermin, and it is not possible to control them until the sanitary conditions of the place are improved. The vile air and stenches and rotting composi­ tion of soil, urine and manure are enough to sicken the animals and to breed all sorts of injurious parasites. The irritation of the parasites and the foul air together iare frequently the direct cause of lean animals, sickness and general lack of appetite. The best thing to do is to turn the animals out .into the :clean, sweet fields, arid give...

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. — 4 November 1893

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. STJCCBSBOB.TO -THE GRAND MARAI3 PIONEER. 'CHttlS. MURPHY," Publisher." official papi0R Of cook county. •f—" I II —in' III grand marais, miNn., November 4,. 1893. AciooitDXN.a fthat for to the estimate's maeta by the tWenty-dna Chicago railroads, the faumber of peopld brought into that city feince' the openirlg of the fetir was oVer 6,333,000. A coMfttiTXEB appointed' by a conve d |ion of. colored lawyers, will lay before Congress a petition asking for prdtac tidn bf the negroes in the South against inobs and in case it is found impossible for the general government to extend adequate protection, for an appropria­ tion of $100,000,000 to colonize the whole negro race in some place to be hereafter selected. It ia not probable that any­ thing will come of this petition yet Awhile, but in time some vigorous action will have to be taken to solve the negro problem. Judge P. H. LajwbN of Utah, like most of the Gentiles in that territory, {joes riot favor admission h...

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. — 4 November 1893

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS! •.% T. W. Mayhew retarded from Duluth Wednesday evening. iU Sheriff Wilson of Two Harbors wAs |n town on business the first of the Week* Mrs, liHsher returned Sunday evening frfter A couple of weeks' Visit in Duluth bnd the Twin Cities. 1 I. The itnprbvdtiient of the mail route to Grand Portageis in pilbgress 'under the ^supervision of Ifottd Cd mmissioner titi Sage. M. H. JtcMahonj of McMahon & ^litdhell df 'Duluth,1 sprint a couple of flays her8 dn busiiiesa th8 fore part of the tffcaki \f- Mr. and Mfs: John Drdiiillard afid pf. Carlson caide up fr6m Chicago Bay Sunday and left ori the Di&M Tlilsday morning for Dultith. Chad. Kieren and W. B. Getch«ll of ^Vest Dultlth stopped over he,re Sunday *%ht oii &eir way tb Chicago Bay, where they wer3 goiiig to look tip some land. Throtfgh the influence of RaV. A. P. Morten of Superior a colony of SWedes Jvill he locate near Carlton. Land Commissioner Claris, of the St. Paul & Jpuluth, has set aside two se...

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. — 4 November 1893

HISS CHIIPOBTH'S BALL DBESS. 'Miss Chilworth's costume "is dpne, thank goodness," said Madame Stitcher, ithrowlng a glance heavenward. "And .you'll have to take it down on the 2 •o'clock boat, Balsy Hope, for she wants it for the hop this evening.' That's the loss 6f half a day's worlf for me, but I 'cannot afford to lose her custom. And •she has such a temper, and you never •can trust that expressman of outs to ibe on time." •', Daisy tried to look sympathetic, but it was not a very easy thing to do. The fact which Madame Stitcher lamented as the "loss of half a day" meant to the girl wlio was sent home with, tho parcel tinir a day's holiday, a trip on a pleas­ ant steamer, a ride in an open stage through one of the prettiest watering places anywhere, and a good time gen­ erally. There were girls, of course, who -would have made a misery out of it, (contrasting the lot of a hard-working young dressmaker with that of people who had nothing to do but to enjoy themselves. But Daisy wa...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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