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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 January 1899

.OFLOOAli INTEREST. Carrie Mayh«w is xeooYerinj? as rapid­ ly as could be axpeeted. Guy Tittu haB been on the sick list for several days with la grippe. Treasurer Johnson looks straight ahead these days onaccount of a stiff neck. Ed. Johnson and wife are rejoicing over the advent of a daughter Monday. A tie camp started this week, on the Fessenden place, giving employment to quite a number of oitizena. Prof. Oarhart is managing the looal academy this week daring the continued illness of the regular teacher, Kirby •Jones. On Tuesday at Bartlett's logging «amp one of the employees, Joe. Murphy, had his leg badly braised by being cnught between a log and a tree. The injury is not likely to prove serious. GREAT MUSIC OFFER. Send us the names and addresses of three or more performers on the piano or organ and twenty-five cents in silver or postage and we will mail you the latest and Greatest Song entitled "The Flower that won My Heart", now being sung with great success by the charming y...

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 January 1899

r* THE LION'S CLAW. Lieut. Julien de Rhe had returned !n a sad state from his station in Co chin-China. Convalescent, after three months' illness at his mother's home In Touraine, he shivered at the first wintry breath in the autumn air, and was ordered by the doctor to PaU: "Just what you want—mild but brac­ ing climate/' So in mid-November Julien sat at his sunny window in Hotel Garderes, gaz­ ing at the Pyrenees and smoking a cigarette in honor of his recovery. "My faith! Pau is full of pretty •women," he said to himself the first time he went to listen to the military band at the Place Royale. Neither libertine nor fop, the young fellow thrilled with a fresh joy, in living as he put on his coat with its shining three straps, the rosette of the Legion of Honor in the buttonhole—the ros­ ette his mother had laid on his bed when he was so ill, and that he thought be would only wear in his coffin. How jolly Pau was, anyhow, with its vast horizon, its snowy peaks, its bi ill.'ant sun...

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 January 1899

f- THE ICONOCLAST. "It is no atonement for a late arriv­ al to go early," he remarked, within this tone a hint of the gloom accom­ panying a sentimental misunderstand­ ing. "You were to have conae on the 31:02. It is now——" "Don't!" she exclaimed, prettily, but pettishly. "I hate to be tried at a bar where justice is overshadowed by the first witness—a machine made in Walt ham. Waltham is not a nice suburb at all, and it is terrible to consider •how much more trust a man puts in •his watclk than in a woman's word." He was silent while considering what might have been said. At the same 'time it appeared as if she was right did make of his watch a court of appeal—a dernier resorte—as she made :a few tears, shed becomingly. "The 11:02, however, proved quite impossible," she continued, calmly, (while her parasol proved how near it jcould come to the home of an ant with­ out making of it a ruin. "I don't see why—I was here at the -quarter past She regarded him for a moment with 'the wide...

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 January 1899

1 OFFICIAL PAPSI or COOK COOKTY j'^X^Wrs: GHSIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terns, $1.00 a Year In Advance. GRAKP MAKAIS. MINN.. ANY 28.1869. One portion of llaj. Gen. Wood's teati mony before the War Investigation Oom misBion faas not received the attention it deserved. Knowing that Geo. Wood was a physician— he was the MoHinley family doctor when he was appointed ColotfeKof the Rough Riders, the com­ mission expected to get some valuable testimony as to whether Shafter's army had enough medicines, but they conclu­ ded not to ask any more questions when Gen. Wood, in reply to one about whether lack of medioines had increased the sufferings of the soldiers, said it was a matter of opinion, and added, "I never take medioine myself." The London Time* accuses the govern* mentjof the Transvaal with having spent a million dollars a year during the lac four years in subsidizing the European press against British interests. Still, there are corporations in this couritr.v which act as tho...

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 January 1899

4' OF XjOCAlilNTBESST. J* Carrie M^ybew is improving st«adih Aditagi bad one of his feet frozen yet* terday. .. John Howenstine arrived from Dalath tesjKevenmg. Noel Hamhu of Lutaed visited Grand Marals to-diy, Register of Deeds Oa hsrt made a flying trip to Gnnflint tbia week. Bartletfs log^im? camp has been re­ inforced by seven or eight new hands. •Mrs. Andrew Hedetrom spent a few days in Town this week visiting friends Gny Titus has recovered sufficiently to atten I school after a week's absence. Mrs. H. J. Braun was "surprised" by a few friends Monday evening, Birth­ day. A. J. Sc«tt and Bonnie started for the West the first of the week. Now, look out tor fur. Kirby Jones is better and is again at the old stand teaching "the young idea how to shoot. Andrew Hedstroiri has been engaged for a itme on "internal improvements" Court House vault. Two men with a train of five dogs ar­ rived in town Friday evening. They are en ronte to the A leer & Smit h's lumber camp at Pigeon Riv...

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 January 1899

A CUBAN GOVERNOR. TACON A BENEVOLENT SORT OF TYRANT. Be Administered Island Well, Pat Down Oppression, Released theCn justly Imprisoned, unil Was Accessible to All. In the current Century there is an article on "Life and Society in Old Cuba," made iup of extracts from the journal of Jonathan S. Jenkins, an Am­ erican painter. of miniatures, written in 1859. Mr. Jenkins says: Prior to the administration of Gen. Tacon in Cuba (who assumed office as captain general in 1834), particularly during the ru^e of Vivas, society had become so disorganized that neither life, prop­ erty nor social rights could b$ said to have any protection. Truljr "might was right," and this was the only law. The robber, the pirate, and the assas­ sin were recognized institutions, and none dare oppose them. To right such di&joiated times required unflinching courage, stern justice, and a rule ap­ proaching oppression. All these vir­ tues were found in Gen. Tacon, as the sequel will show. One of Tacon's firs...

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 February 1899

J* Mr, VOLUME VII. HYDBOPATHY A FAD. NEW YORK SOCIETY WOMEN MAKE A STUDY OF IT. It Is Said to Work Wo- lers—Cold Spray Up and Down the Spinal Cord Brines the Circulation and Nervous System Into Fine Condition, The New York society woman has become an enthusiastic devotee of hy­ dropathic science, says the New York Herald. ghe listens to "talks" on hydropathy and she reads on hydro­ pathy. She has, moreover, a scientif­ ically constructed bathing apparatus where she turns her learning into prac­ tical experiments. In truth, the wom­ an who is not in touch with advanced ideas in "tubbing" is looked upon as one sorely lacking in information. Those who think the porcelain tub with its hot and' cold water faucets quite sufficient for nature's ablutions are proletarians born and bred. The up-to-date womian knows the relative value of water hot and cold for the toilet. She also reflects upon the best way to get most out of it. Mrs. Fran­ ces Hodgson Burnett was the first American woman to ...

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 February 1899

& THE COOK .COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPSR OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year Advance. GRAND'MARAIS. MINN.. FEB. 4, 1899. If Representative-elect Roberts,, of TTtah, should be denied a.seat in the next Congress, he can doubtless utilize the enormous lot of free advertising he is getting by taking his three wives on a lecture tour, and making a barrel or two of money. Curiosity to see the family would crowd every hall they appeared in. The Hartford Courant wants to have the U. S. Constitution made one of the text books to be used in tbe public schools of Cuba and Porto Rioo, which should be amended by compelling every candidate for Congress to pass an ex­ amination on the Constitution. Prof. Short may be right in his pre­ diction that electric passenger trains will be run at a speed of 175 miles an hour, but we know at least one man who will refuse to be carried that far, even on a pass. Aguinaldo is engaged in the same game that many of our ow...

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 February 1899

OF LOOAii INTEREST. The mail arrived a little over one day late this week. Maggie Scott visited Mrs. J. J. Ilusaey from Friday 'till Monday. Our Lateen correspondent would oblige u« by thawing his ink bottle. What is the matter with Grand Port­ age? No news from there since election. M. Murphy and employees are bring' ing in his hay crop from Kadonce creek. Mrs. H. J. Braun and children have been visiting Mm. J. J. Hussey since yesterday. Chas J. Johnson has been oonfined to bis house over a week tut is improving. —La grippe. A DeLacy Wood is at Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he will remain until May for the benefit of his eyes. The bear and groundhog had good •iews of their shadows on Thursday— Candlemas Day—so look after your wood pile. We fear that our orange crop may prove a failure as the blossoms were chilled a little the first of the week,— 40 degrees below. Matheson & Johnson have given up their attempt to take all the fish from Lake Superio'r. When they found 900 pounds o...

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 February 1899

JACOB. Possibly she felt my gaze, for she turned. And her face was worthy of her figure. Two bright, blue eyes met mine for an instant before their owner walked on. I stood still. I was i*i love with that girl, whom ten seconds before I had never seen. I gazed after her till she was out of eighth Then I gazed at the sacred spot on the pavement where she had stood and behold, there lay a little purse. I picked'it up reverently, and hastened after her but she was lost in the throng of Regent street. I reached Oxford Circus and turned and retraced my steps, and presently I saw the girls 'again. She was gazmg Into another shop window. I picked my way delicately.through the femin­ ine crowd. My arm brushed hers, and the blood rushed from my heart to my ears. She turned. Our eyes met. And, by all the saints of heaven, her eyes were brown! It was net she, but seme other girl dressed exactly like her. I.iy hand fell from my hat and I gasped an apology, I wa3 wriggling away, when a hand gras...

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. — 11 February 1899

FABM AND GAEDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Some Up-to-Date Hints About Cnl Untloo of the Boll and Yields Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture mnd norfe«ltar«i Hortlcul ture In Our Public Schools. Why and how should. horticulture be taught in our' rural schools? As experience is the best teacher in almost every science, why should it not be considered the best In the science of horticulture? There are so many things that cannot be learned except by the experience gained by doing the "work. I think in all rural schools the cultivation of a garden is not only possible, but practicable. They all have their plot of ground surround­ ing the school house amply sufficient for a playground and a small garden, too. There are very few children in­ deed who do not love flowers, and if they had a garden that they could con­ sider their own, how much more they would love them. Let them have three or four small beds of flowers of the kinds that are easily cultivated, some animals and som...

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 February 1899

4:' THB COOK UOUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAP« COOK.COUNTY.. CHRIS MURPHY ifiditor and PropietOr. 4 Terms. $1.00 a Year iu:Advance. ... GKA.ND MAJRAIS. 11. 1899. FASCINATING FIRE ENGINE. There la.a Never-Falling' Attractive nen About It In Whatever Phase It May Be Sees. "There is something1 fascinating al­ ways," said Mr. Goslington to a New York Sun man, "about a steam fire en­ gine. I could stand and watch one by the hour, and I find plenty of people that feel just the same way about.it, and we, that is to say, the people-that love the fire engine, can do that'if it isn't doing a blessed thing but just standing in the street. What I mean is this* "I happened the other day to see a fire that was over in a minute men put it out without throwing a stream on it. But this engine that I speak of hooked on to a hydrant and was ready to throw water if it was needed. It wasn't, and they took off the suction, put it back in place on the engine, and drew the fire, and then stood there just waitin...

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 February 1899

Brir&f fe,:. .A'*" r,r- r». OF LOCAL. INTEREST, Col. Go Mile was risiting Judge Darfee this week. John Jacobson of Horland arrived ID town yesterday. Frank Pero was ill about a week bat is now able to be about. Mary Morrison baa been unable to be about for a couple of weeks. O. A.. JL. Nelson was in town for a abort time at the olcse of last week. M. Murphy has be* confined to the house nearly all week by a lame back. The HERALD typos are working night and day on the delinquent tax list.— They slop occasionaler to eat. John Howenstine and George Faulk­ ner started on their return to Dulutb yesterday morning aft»r being engaged for the last two weeks in looking over pine timber in this vicinity. Laeut. Frank Maginois, son of C. P. Maginnis of Dulutb, now stationed in the regular army at Porto JElico wns lately married to the daughter of the U. S. Consul there. The Lieutenant is cousin of Auditor Murphy. A daughter of Aditagi is having a severe time with a frozen foot— Dre. Mayhew...

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. — 11 February 1899

IK I •sfrf-i 1: fj$ P"5,t' Spst prf fc FOE BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME COOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS* Willie's Amendment, a Story for Toons Americana—What a Sons of Sixpence Means—A lira ire Girl Brigade—V'hat VFe Owe to Spaniards. A Little Adventure! A redbreast sat In a cherry trefr Singing' her sweetest song,, While an owl perched high, on a bough near by. Was dozing the whole day long. "Ah, me! Ah, me!" the robin, said she, "You lazy old fellow, go along! Tou do nothing but sleep, and sleep and sleep, And I tell you it's wrong, wrong, wrong!" 4t The old owl winked at his carping friend, But he never uttered a word For you know right well, so I needn't tell. That the owl is a very wise bird. Soon dusk stole stealthily over the scene. And the robin flew into her nest But the owl was as bright as the fairies of night. As the sun lay hid in the West. Now, two bad boys, two very bad boys, Determined to do their best ffe rob,n BUTJ away, and then easily they Might steal all the eggs in...

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 February 1899

IS tSs7rfjf» A GALLOPING HORSE. The curate sat in old Mr. Robson's chintz-covered armchair, nodding now and then as the mistress of the farm paused in her outburst of excited speech. He was married and the fath­ er of ten children, but bourgeois youth­ ful affections still hung thick about him, for, instead of leaving his cup and saucer on the tray, he held them in his lean white hands, crooking hi6 little fingers daintily, while his speech was usually punctuated .with many "sweetly pretties" and "passionately fonds." Withal a good man, accord­ ing to his lights, and endowed with a certain liking of the dutiful in his fel­ low creatures. He had come up by the widow's re­ quest, for her daughter was dying, and she was too proud to speak of her wild trouble to kinsfolk who had never viewed her with any courtesy since, her marriage to a man aged enough to. have been her father. She was slightly incoherent in her request for advice, but the. curate thought he understood. "Really, Mrs. R...

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 February 1899

If/: r" Teripjj, 41.QO *.i -v r* 'Wvv* -'Ml .&. "!.* -iv~r% THS COOK QOtJNTY HERALD. Opfjcja& Pape? of Coo* County. CHRIS MU$PHY, Editor and Pj-opietor. a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. FEB. 18, 1899. NORTHERN FUR COMPANIES, fhey Wejre Founded Chiefly by Engo Usbmeii, But the Scotch Are in tbe Majority Now. latterly all the .employes of the Hud­ son JJay company were caught young pnjy lads born in the solitudes of tie jh.ig'hlands could habituate themselves to the life of loneliness only constitu­ tens of iron, hardened under hered­ itary conditions, could endure so tre­ mendous a strain. It was essential that the brglin power of the factors should be unimpaired, and that their energies should rise superior to the depressing surroundings—in fact-, that the man r&ust be all there when a sudden call v.as made on his mental resources, says Blackwood's Magazine. It may be assumed that the first ad yenturers consisted chiefly of English­ men, although the Scottish inva...

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. — 18 February 1899

I Wi COLLEGE GIELS. VARIOUS SCHEMES BY WHICH THEY EARN MONEY. •Gathering In the Shekels,—I«et Their Hands Save Their Heads —Amuse People at Resorts, Teach Them to Swim, Talk and Play Whist. She pulled a very good oar it was a pleasure to row with her. She "warn, too, as if she had been born 1*1 the "water, and her pupils learned to swim in short order, says the New York Commercial Advertiser. She could iig clams like a native, wade streams for trout with the enthusiasm of a fisherman, or, if need was, manage amateur theatricals, dances or corn roasts, so that the guests departed happy, blessing the evening and their hostess. All these things she did for her own pleasure. Without money and without price she devoted herself to being the life of the place where she spent her summers. But one day poverty fell upon her with a sudden swoop. The next year of college seemed entirely out of the question, so she took counsel with herself, made several calls upon her friends, and "when the sea...

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 February 1899

y&l Delinquent Tax List FOR THE COUNTY OF COOK, STATE OF MINNESOTA, FOR THE YEAR 1897. (Continued From Second Page.) NAMEOF OWNEB AND DESOHIFTION. Town 65, Range 4 west. Ehle John N undH lot 4 1 Thompson Andrew undk lot 4. 1 Smart O E undk lot 4 1 Monahan J, W Anderson und% lot 1. 3 Tanner, Miller, Highitt & Carle ton lot9 .... 2 Gouglas Perry S lot 10 2 Draw E and DeWitt lots 5, 0, 7 2 BazevimG 11H of swk. self of swk 2 Griffiin Sheely lots 1, 2, 3 2 Day FA undk lot 4 2 Boston 8 undk lot 4 2 Stuart CN undk same 2 Campbell N, John Sheely swk.. 3 Fraser Alex sH of nwk, lot 8... 1 same lots 5,6,7, nwk of sek 3 Brackett & Sheely lots 2, 3,4 3 Songel & sheely ol nwk, a-/2 of nek 3 Day FA undk lotl 3 Easton S undk lot 1 3 Stuart N undk lot 1 3 Wyman & Sheely sH of sek, nek of sek, sek ofnek... 4 Fraser Alex swk of nw^ 4 Moore lots 1, 4 4 same lot l. nek of sek 5 Fraser Alex sek of bwM, wH of sek. sH ot nek 5 Spileman E und% lets 3,4.5,6, 5 Fish A undk same 5 Hedderly ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 February 1899

a OF LOCAIj INTEREST. Mrs. Matheson is visiting Mrs. Hassey this week. N Probeck returned to the city last week, from Gunflint. C. H. Carhart has a frosted nose as a result of the Gunflint trip. John Tofte brought the mail this week from Tofte, the regnlar earner havinb played out at that place. Martin Moen of Big bay skated up to town on Friday morning on business, returning the same afternoon. E. W. Wakelin is visiting E. Dowman at Gunflint. On his way out he was taken sick and used the dog train as a carriage. A. ,T. Scott went west again on Tues­ day morning. He feared that the fur bearing animals would get lonesome without him. The preparation of the delinquent tax list which we publish this week has kept the typos busy eighteen hours a day for a couple of weeks past. Hjalmar Eliasen. skated up from Hov land on Thursday and returned the same day. He reports the ice good and made the distance in one hour and thirty five minutes actual travelling time. There wiH be a meeting of t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 February 1899

"lis •4-' W-'^' IL #s I I' i'' fe & I 1 R. iN-/' Uvea In my little housl on the tanks of the beautiful Hudson. It was ftn exquisite place, all set about with tree3 and glowing In the summer time with flowers. A happy woman might have been happy there. I was not. Whatever my story had been, it was not one to make life a joyful posses­ sion. But she—ah, she was as happy a thing as ever breathed! I used to marvel at her. She could bask on some green bank in the sun through a long afternoon and never grow weary of it and while others worked she would trifle with a ball of worsted in the Idlest way, tangling it, and throwing It aside at last. Life was playtime to her and she' never pretended anything else. Perhaps as we sat In the sun, I on the garden chair, she at my feet, we were thinking of the same thing. Per­ haps her thoughts ran on that silky black hair of his, on that soft step, that graceful form, that long—but let me pause. Her thoughts were happy thoughts mine wretched one...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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