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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 November 1893

www#?* A ih VOLUME III. -tTJSE NCESTOR. DEN the bigotry of the last James compelled sub­ jects to take up arms against him Sir John Coch­ rane was one of the most form­ idable enemies to his dangerous usurpations.and one ef the most prom­ inent actors in Ajgyle's rebellion. For •ages a destructive 'doom seemed to 'have hung over the house of Camp­ bell, uniting in a common ruin all 'who joined their fortunes to the cause •of its chief. Sir John Cochrane was no exception. He was surrounded by the king's troops, and, after a long and desperate resistance,he was taken prisoner, and was tried and condemned to die upon the scaffold. He had but few days to live, and his jailer awaited only the arrival of the death- Warrant to lead him to execution. His friends had visited him and ex Changed the last farewells—all but one his daughter Gi'izel, the pride of his house, his dearest treasure, she tilQJie had not come to receive his last blessing. Nignt had fallen on the prison, and the father ...

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. — 11 November 1893

iltr THE COOK COUNTY HEBALD. SUCCESSOB TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OP COOK COUDfTY, GRAND.MARAIS, MINN., NOVEMBER 11, 1898, NOTICE. ioH' ^r^and Dnitith Minn, September 28 1893. Complaint having been entered at' this office by Richard Prosier against David Youn* v?r .AH'W h,is Homestead Entry No 3900 dated November 801887, upon lot 4 and sw}£ ofnwJi of section 5 and lota 1 and 2 of sec­ tion 6, townshio 64 north range 2 west 4th p. vook County, Minnesota, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 17th day of November 1893, at 10 o'clock m, to respond and furnish testimony concern* ing said alleged abandonment. WTTC ii TATLO*, Register W Smallwood, Atty for contestant. 10-7 timber tand, Act June 8,1878—Notice for Pub­ lication—As amended by act of August 4 1892. U.S. Land Office, Duluth Minn, June 5 1898. Notice is hereby given that incompliance with &%pr^°a8°'the ac...

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. — 11 November 1893

3 LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. J. A. Tucker is in Duluth. A. DeLacy Wood visited Chicago Bay this week. J. E. Mayhew left on the Dixon Tuis day morning' for Duluth. Wm. Howenstine arrived from Du. luth Wednesday evening, Sheriff Wilson W&S in town on buioi fcess the first of the week. C, S. Durfee, John Howenstine and Chris. Murphy left on the Dixon yester­ day morning for Duluth. L. H. Corcoran, of the law firm of Mann & Corcoran, Duluth, was in town On business the first of the week! Quits a number of settlers came in from their claims Monday and left Tues­ day morning for their respective homes. John Peck, who has the reputation of being the most faithful servant that Un­ tie Sam teas ever had on that route, has taken the job of carrying the mail from Grand Marais to Two Harbors again this jseason. Leaving Two Harbors Sunday morning, the mail how arrives here Tuesday noon. Returning, leaves Grand Marais Wednesday morning, arriving at Two Harbors Friday noon. Last Suriday morning as ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 November 1893

TOE THE YOUNG PEOPLE. INTERESTING READING FOR LIT­ TLE MEN AND WOMEN. Walloon Adventures on !L(ind and Water—Went Both "Way* Round, 'the Eartli—Saved by a Dream—A .Philosophic Q/uery. The time has not yet come when we -can ride on the wings of the wind and defy the storm king. A skilled aero­ naut, Prof. S. A. King, has been mak­ ing ascensions from the fair grounds all the past summer. One day last week a venturesome young lady, Miss Joie Morris, wanted to try the novel ex­ perience and he took her with him up into the sky. All wqpt well for half an hour, when a sudden current of air struck the balloon and carried it first UP up, up and then out toward the great lake which waits at the border of the grounds, smooth and placid at most times, but always a source of terror to the aeronaut. For in times past a num­ ber of daring men have been blown out •over it and night coming on and the gas in their balloons becoming exhausted they have never been heard of again. Prof. King knew the ...

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. — 18 November 1893

i) t'p 1 VOLUME III. A LITTLE TOO SENSATIONAL. path before me I didn't know what it was? I hadn't any more idea that the little beast I saw waa a baby bear than I had that it was a dromedary or an ornithorhynchus. "I wanted to know what it was. So I ran after it, and when I got near enough struck it a blow across the side with my stick, which made it cry out with pain and dash into the bushes. I stopped, out of breath. '"My first thought was that, for so small an animal,it made a tremendous row in those bushes. Then I realized that some bigger animal was there, too—a stray cow, probably, I thought. "Instead there came forth, amid a great crashing of bushes, a huge she bear snarling and vengeful! "Well, I knew her at once—recog­ nized her, from her photograph, so to 6peak. "At first I was astonished. Then—• I make BO bones of saying it—I was \o if *r -v %v -.\•** «, FRIEND is a writer and al­ though I think he never shot so much as a par­ tridge in his life the work he does "the best...

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. — 18 November 1893

IS® f§K 1u W 7 tlA HEftAT.p m7 —-r-strqqB8^65 TO— .y T^qRAND MA&ClS PlbNE^ 'CTPPMSi' Brpr^BYrPuipBttB^^ ":'''V Vo 1 OPPldlAlj P&PftR bit (^^^COTTNTY. GRAND MARA.I3,' MI^.-&OVBMBEB-i&, 1898. Timber Land, ActJune 8, i87$—faotiea for ijnb lication—-Aearaended by aot of August 4 1892, S. Land Office. Duluth Minn, Jrrae 5 1898. ^Notice is hereby given .that incompliance with the provisions of the sot of congress of June 8 18781 entitled "an act forthe sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and ^Washington Territory,'* as amended by act of August 4 1892/ Johix Moork of Duluth, county Of St Lionis' state of Minnesota, iu^ii this dky filed in this office Mi sworn statement No 820 Jfor the purchase of lots 2 &nd Q. 'aW^ ofnw^ dn,d &w!4 of si^M. of Motion II, ift'tojrnship 64 north Tango 4, w. 4th p. m. and willdf£er congress of June 3, 1878, entitled FOT 2 IJW^ of SFF^ liftwp IFOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. jand Ofljbe at Duluth, Minn, October 16,18...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1893

I ^W*: J, »V ••J.?* -V -5, f—E9€M^ WS^EFEllS. -i Mayhew visited Duluthjast week. Harm Gijbe'rtson returned froqi Duluth Sunday.* I J. EL Mayhew returned from Duluth. Wednesday evening, down on the Sunday boat tq visit his claim in the Gunflinl? district t- A. S. Carlson of Chiqago-Bayreturned home from Duluth Sunday, ev^nihg^ j^ccompaci^ byva'party of settlers, Chagt Anaquet left Thursday morn ing for Eagle Mountain, ^here he will spend the winter hunting and, trapping! S*. McClellaii and F. C. Mott arrived from the interior last evening. They ireport five inches of snow 24 miles north of here. •3 Alderman Geo. B. Swift (Republican) was elected mayor pro tem of Chicago at a meeting-of the city couneil-of that pity held on Monday of last weak. Shipments of lumbar by water ceased this week, Over. 125,0QQ,000 feet have been moved from the head of the lake •by water this season, which doubles the record of the previous year. John Drouillard and family, accom­ panied by Mrs. Anaquet, arr...

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. — 18 November 1893

WITH THE JOLLY FELLOWS. WHAT THE WITS HAVE FOR US THIS WEEK. Wng Under No Oblig atioiis to VHm—A. Jol lor tlic Preuclier—The Wrong Angel—Hope for Young Toetm. One day on Powell's river in the Ten­ nessee mountains I rode Tip to a com for table-looking farm house to inquire the way and I ran plump into a one­ sided "scrimmage" between a sharp visaged woman and a measley little little man at a wood pile. She was scolding him right and left and he was taking it silently. "Hello!" I broke in. "How far is it to Tazewell?" She looked up and stopped scolding. "Fourteen miles the way you've got ter go," she replied. "Who lives here?" "I do." That wasn't very definite, but I didn't let it bother me in the slightest. "Thanks," I responded. "Could I get dtny horse fed and a snack for myself?" "No. But you kin half a mile furder down the road." By this time she had come nearer the gate. "You seem to be having some trouble -with your farm hand," I said at a venture. "Yes, he's the laziest, orner...

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. — 25 November 1893

¥M fe? S 1J. tef- it! 4 I A RUNAWAY MATCH. "Now you may stand there and talk till doomsday, but it won't alter the -case one jot. I'm not going to let you throw yourself away on a young fellow Without a cent to his name, with every chance of having botl^ of jlou back on my xnds in six months' time so that's «et vl." 2's got $300 in the bank, and that's twi as much as you had when you ma. ned mother," retorted Us daughter wit equal spirit. "And he's got a good TJUS ess and enough furniture to fit out ~twc JT three rooms, which is all we will nee to start with and he's a steady, ind. 'trioua young man, and, What's mora, I love him—there!" "Mere calf love—nothing more—which you'll get over in two or three weeks, and thank me for it," was the eon temptous retort. "Never mind what I -did, or had, when I married your moth­ er times have changed since then, and you are not going to marry Jack Ncyes —that's flat. You are not of age yet, sand are under my control and besides, I want you here...

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. — 25 November 1893

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. SUCCESSOE TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER, CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPEE OF COOK COUNTY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., NOVEMBER 25,1893. timber Land, Act June 8,1878—Notieo for Pub­ lication—As amended by act of August 4 1092. U. 3.- Lanl Of Roe, ^Duluth Minn, June 5 1898. 'Notice is hereby given that incompliance •with thei provisions of tne act of congress of June 3 1878 entitled "an act for the Bale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as amended by act of Ausast 41892, John Moork of Duluth, county OF St Louis stata of Minnesota, has. this "day filed in this office (lis sworn statement No 820 for the purchase of lots 2 and 5, swViof n*H and nw'i of sw'i of section 18, in township 6i north range 4, w. 4th p. m. and v/ill offer proof to show thfit 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 th...

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. — 25 November 1893

1 -t H. Bruen arrived qn. the Dixon W©d xiesday evening. 4 J. A. Tucker returned feom Duluth Sunday evening. .. The mail from Two Harbors y^as two days late this week on account of ttye heavy storm on the lake. The editor of. "llEaai.u is in Xtu luth, which acpouhfs for th$ lack of news in this week's issue.. Mr. and Mrs. A. DeLacy Wood visited friends here Thursday,* returning to Two Harbors-on the Dixon Friday. On account of the heavy storm-on the lake the Dixon, remained here Wednes­ day night and left Thursday morning for Port Arthur. Helps for Hard Times. Christmas presents for nofcfting—-hand some and valuable qnes too. This sounds good these hard timers, and the problem seems to have bean solved by the Weekly Pioneer Press, pt St. Paul, Minn. An examination of their extensive premium supplement, just issued, shows a large and tempting assortment of elegant premiums offered to subscribers. -v' :.V The premiums are all seat post-paid and are guaranteed to be as represented. The...

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. — 25 November 1893

1 F- SC fctj $r4: ||P®- BOXING A MiNLY SPOET HOW IT MAY BE MADB TO RANK WITH OTHER ATHLETICS. llevlve the Old Straight Hitting and Eliminate the Brutal Swinging Wow—Some Nccensary Limitations in Rales. There are few subjects so frequently »the theme of conversation and at the «ame time so little really understood =aa boxing. This is not strange when It is considered that the topic may em­ brace any encounter in which the hands are used as weapons, from a "rough and tumble" between two street gamins to a fight for an international champion­ ship between the representative pugil- iprlnciple of Attitude Favorable to StrniKht Hit. Ists of two nations or from a bout with the gloves for practice, exer­ cise and recreation between two gen­ tlemen of breeding to a fight with some kind of gloves between two tough, so •called amateurs, for a check or other jprize. Boxing is what you make it, saye the New York Herald. Skill and refine­ ment alone render it .worthy of being classed as an art. 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. — 2 December 1893

HUNTING MOONSHINERS. BILL, AND A BRAVE LITTLE WOMAN TO THE RESCUE. flinrest and Chock all of Coaragfe—Ritd -np Wild-Cattery la the Pea Rid go ^Country—Cimractevi*tics of Moonshln "«rs—Put on Parole. It was in 1889. I tad. been ordered to report at Gallatin, Tenn. Upon my arrival I was surprised to fend ten •or a dozen Kentucky officials, ibesides half'as many from Tennessee, armed with army breech-loading guns and pistols, with guns, pistols .and am­ munition for as many more, if we should find they were needed. I was informed that our destination was the Fea Ridge ^country, A .spur of mountain land over twenty miles in length and from lour t® (ten miles wide, -commencing near "the Overton 'county line in Tennessee and running in a .northeasterly direction to Clin­ ton 'county, Kentucky. It wa3 the primitive ihome of the -moonshiner, the violator of the ^revenue laws, and .the goods he manu­ factured were noted all over Ten* •nessee and Kentucky. There .had aioi been a day within th...

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. — 2 December 1893

p. fHE COOK COUNTY HERALD. SUCCESSOR 1 THU GRAND MARAIS PIONEER, CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OP COOK COUNTY. GFTAND MARAIS. MINN., NOVEMBER 35,1898. u. o. Liana urnce. JL/umtarmui&, Jane 5 1893. Notice is hereby given that ia complianoe -with tho provisions of the ait of congress of June S 1878 entitled "an act for the sale of timber lands jn the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as amended by act of A-UKnst 4:1892, John Moork of" Duluth, comity orStLoms state of Minnesota, has this day hied in this office Me sworn statement No 820 for thd purchase of lots 2 aud 5, sw&o'nWM and nw!-i of sirVi of section It, ia township 64 north range 4, w. 4 th 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 receiver of this office atDuluth, Minnesota, on Thursday, the 38th day ot Decem­ ber, 1893. ,Any ,nnd...

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. — 2 December 1893

J" i' i1 Vs .Y-f 1 1 /s5® J% LOCAL NSWS ITEMS. The Eliza will leave tomorrow for a trip to Duluth. H. Bruen left for his home in West Superior Monday evening. J. E. Johnston came down from Du luth Wednesday to visit his claim. C. S. Durfee will -visit his old homa in Winona county before returning honid. y. Miss Iloas Murphy ieft for home Thursday evening after an extended vis­ it ixl* Grand Marais. Neshota killed three otter in one iifle shot One day last week. This beats all former records. Daniel Spillane re turned to Duluth Thursday eveniog after week's so­ journ on his claim in the vicinity of Rice Lake. M. Murphy of Wfist Duluth arrived bn the Dixoii Wednesday evening. He will spend the winter with his son Chris, on the West side. John Gr. Erickson of West Superior left for home on the Dixon Thursday evening after visiting his claim a short distance from here. Helps fop Hard Times. Christmas presents for nothing—hand- Bome and, valuable ones too. This sounds good these hard ti...

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. — 2 December 1893

i. ip *M-'- *. &*. t~~ J- -tU rS TWO OF THEM. Boy Dunbar stood upon the velvet fccarthrug before the flower-filled grate, an open letter in his hand, upon his face a look ofl perplexity, not unmingled "with annoyance. A fine-looking fel­ low, with an honest, manly face, lit with soft blue eyes and the. curves of the well-cut lips were firm trnd true. Through the open, -window came the scent of new-mown hay, and the breath of roses and hotieysuckle. A round table in the center of the room was laid for.two, and over at the window his mother—a grave, stately old lady with whom he lived alone—was re­ garding him with mild surprise. "What is it, Koy?" she asked, geutly. "I know, when you look like that, that something annoys and troubles you. What is it, son?" "Enough! Mother, I don't believe that I am lacking in courtesy or the require­ ments of a gentleman but it is a little annoying to have an unknown female thrown upon your protection in this way. Listen, please! This letter is f...

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. — 9 December 1893

mKKsmm V-. -#?s.r/e & JSj ORDAUNT coruld not see his way oat of the diffi »a 11 y. T'h "Charles Clayton's widow and Kate is mother, na charm­ ing1 lady, with a gentle penchant for knitting use-1 less articles, sym- pathizefl worriecfly. This, morning she was on the point of telling him that she had made up her mind to' help Shim, when a servant announced: "Mr. Ives." '"That simpleton!" she Ejaculated. "He's not half bad," returned her 'son '^nobody takes him seriously, Besides he introduced me to Kate Thorn." Enter the simpleton—a mere artist!: unimportant—and that sort of thing. Jj "I stopped to say, Fritz," he said,* "•that that picture is out of the mar-j ket. Mrs. Clayton liked it so yester day, when she came to the studio with yovi, that'I sent it to her, to-day being her birthday." Mordaunt started he lhad meant to •buy that picture for Nellie Clayton— had made *up his mind over-night 'to •do so. :"I suppose," Mrs. Mordaunt said icily to Ives "you know Mrs. Clayton vwelL ^...

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. — 9 December 1893

Wr ?HE COOK COUNTY HERALD. J? BUOCBBSOB TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MUKPHY, Pu&liBher. OFFICIAL PaPER OP COOK COUNTY, PKAND MARAIS. MINN,, DECEMBER '9,' 1893, timber Land, Act June S, 1878—Notioe for Pub­ lication—As amended by aet of August 4 1602. U. S. Land Office, Dnluth Minn, June 5 1893 Notice is horeby girsn that in compliance with the provisions of th# act of congress of Juno 8 1378 entitled "an act for the sals of timber laadn in the nt*tea of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as amended by act of August 4 1892, John Moork of« Duluth. county or 81 Louis stats of Minnesota, -has this day hied in tliiB office Ms sworn statement No 820 lor tho purchase of lots 2 and 8, sw}4ofnwji and nwH of svrJi of section IS, is. townahip 64 north range 4, w. 4th p. m, and •will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timbor or atone than for agricultural purposes and to establish hiB claim to said land before the register and receive...

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. — 9 December 1893

i'- W&tm- W 85 'T&BP1 L.OCAL NEVfS ITEMS. Th^tug, Eliza, returned l^st flight from a very suooessful trip to Quluth Peter Kadonce, Frank Pero and Bar.. ney McCoy took jn the t^ip to Duluth on the Elpa this week. The state department' at Washington •'has receive^ information tfyat tyEenagej ,the Minneapolis defaulter, £}$s been lo­ cated in Honduras, -having fled there fropi Gautemala., Vf V* Vj» 1 Auditor Fisher, J. C/Kelley'and Chaa. Jonnson will go to Duluth to be present at the opening fljp of tqwnships 61and 3^, 4-west, wpiich come into market on the*2l$t and 22nd, respectively*. la 2 Postrpaster Nejson of Lutsen'made us a pleasant call Wednesday afternoon He came down with the^nail carrier to. transact business at the eifurt house, re .burning home the Same evening. l. M. H. Johnson and Charles Hendrick 3on, two/fishermen, left Bayfield early Thursday morning of last week in a mabkinaw boat to lift herring nets and up tp .Saturday "night had hot been seen, althopgh two ...

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. — 9 December 1893

tt: DIAMOND CUT,.. DIAMOND. & -"So you are not going to the mas­ querade ball, Marie?" Bf "No, I am not going to the masque­ rade ball. That is the third time I have answered that question, I believe" She -was so absorbed in her Wri 'scheming thoughts, so anxious to pre­ vent his reading them in her eyes, that she did not see the look of exultation that lit up his dark face. She only beard his voice in a tone of "well'-as swDed egret that deceived even her. "What is the meaning of that strange caprice? When I have anticipated this ball for weeks—we all have. Do you know that its. chief attractiveness will be gone without you—to one person, lit least?" "To one person!" Mario muttered un­ der her breath, clinching her hands sav­ agely. "Ay! to one ptrson it will be the bitterest night in her life, if I can but work my plans well." Then aloud she added with simulated gay ety: "Of course I expect you to be perfect­ ly miserable, Carlo mio—that goes with­ out saying. But one cannot a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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