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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 February 1899

1 FIREPROOF WOOD. CHIEF HICHBORN ON WARSHIPS OF THE FUTURE. Ho Says the righting- Vessels Unit Not Contain Any Inflammable Material— How tbe Wood Is Made Fireproof— Chief Lesson of tbe Santiago Flglit, "Washington Correspondence: "Our fighting ships have got to be made fireproof," said Chief Naval Construc­ tor Hichborn, the other day. "That has been demonstrated by the sea fight off Santiago, in which the de­ struction of the Spanish cruisers seems to have been wrought mainly by the burning of their own woodwork. The fires could not be extinguished, partly owing to the cutting of the water pipes hy our shells, and there was nothing to do but to run the vessels ashore. Flames and smoke actually drove the men from their guns. "Evidently it will not do to put any inflammable material into our own warships in future. It is not prac­ ticable to make everything of metal, "but where wood is used it must be made fireproof. Fortunately, a satis­ factory method for accomplishing'this is alre...

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 February 1899

THJS COOK COUNTY HERALD. OfficialPapbi op' CookCouNTr. -. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Termj, 1.00 a Year in Advanci. GRAND MARAI8. MINN.. FEB. 25. 1860. Embalmed Beef. The followiag telegrams, published lay the New York Journal, may throw some light on the question of the liabili­ ty of the War Department at Washing­ ton for the quality of the meat furnished to the army during the Spanish war. Freeze 30,000 oaroass beef quarters to weigh 175 to 200, also 2,800 hindquarters 8.40 folre carcasses 102£ hinds Colorados all right, not necessary be particular about quality.—Despatch from Armour's Washington agent* Galbraith, to his employers. I had an hour's talk with Oolonel Den by this morning. Daly's testimony an­ noys him greatly from a legal standpoint. He has been writing the Gom mission's report, and up to now says he has plain sailing. Wants to ascertain soon as pos­ sible Daly's character standing at home at Pittsburg Handicapped by Atwa ter positively refusing all remuner...

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 February 1899

"iif sngt ft I JjfW'A f. Stv 6 *i"A WM fm4- mmm pbpssprs 'A?"' 4 Tax List FOR THE COUNTY OF COOK, STATE OF MINNESOTA, FOR THE YEAR 1897. (Continued From SecondPage.) Kahs of Owhee and Desobiption. li ill? Merritt & Longyear Trustees und 77-280 lots 4.5,6. neM of bwM, seM of ne}i, seM 7 1 r+-" i? mm 1 -..tj 1 15 39 11 #r», WM °f SWJ4. lots 1, 2,3. 4,5, 6. swM V450 74 of neM 13 MAHB OFOwneb ASO tp Dkscbiftiom. :i •e t» a S 3 .2 3 oS S a Town 65, Range 4 west. Ehle John N undM lot 4 14 1 05 Thompson Andrew undM lot 4. .17 6ma!rt O E undMlot 4 1 7 54 Monahan J, W Anderson und lot 1, 3. ...» .1 il ft 91 Tanner, Miller, Highitt & Carle ton lot 9 2 43 75 Gouglas Perry S lot 10 2 3 50 Draw E and DeWitt lots 5, fl, 7 2 86 75 BazevioGnHofswM.se^ofswM 2 120 Grifflin & Sheely lots 1,2,3 2 123 Day A undM lot 4 2 14 57" Easton 8 undM lot 4 2 14 57 StuartC N undM same.. 2 14 56 Campbell N, John Sheely swM.. 3 160 Fraser Alex SM of nwM, lot 8... 1 110 75 same lots 5,6,7, nwM of seM 3 12...

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. — 25 February 1899

'a OF LOCAL INTEREST. Treasurer Johnson returned yesterday. Ole Brunes oame tip from Hovland yesterday. Bonnie and Jimmie Soott were home oter Sanday. Chris Johnson returned today from a short visit to Duluth, Fred Jackson, Svein Johanson and Bernt Jscobeon from Hovland arrived in town Tuesday evening. John W. Bahb started for Duluth Tuesday morning to make arrangements for a season's engagement. Auditor Murphy and family spent Washington's birthday in the neighbor­ hood of Good Harbor Bay taking photo­ graphic views. Hans Engelson, Louis Engelson, An­ drew Tofte and Alfred Nelson from the west end, are in town attending meeting of the oounty commissioners. Postmaster Johnson has resigned his position and the resignation has been accepted to take effect as soon as a satis­ factory successor is secured. The post­ master is still interested in the good management of the office and is cumulat­ ing a petition for the appointment of a capable successor. HOVLAND LOCALS. The pilgrimage now...

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. — 25 February 1899

15®%. 1 tal 11 FOE BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. Party for the Young Ones and How It Should Be Managed—Mischief la enerally on Tap If They Are Not Wutelwd—Her Own Menajjerle. :J Jim. I hear the drum roll, rub-a-dub, dub. And the piccolo's shrill refrain The boys In blue with hearts so true Are marching home again. I hear the drum, but it beats for me Despair and griefs tattoo Fd be so glad if our only lad— Our Jim—poor Jim—marched, ^.too! I hear the tramp, the tramp, tramp, tiramp, Of the army marching by Brave soldiers all, at their country's call They went to fight and die. Their task is done, with heads erect Th«y pass there in review Instc-ul of tears I'd give them cheers If Jim—poor Jim—marched, too! I h^ar the clank, the clank, clank, clank, Of sv.ords of Captains gay: But Try worn eyes rest on the blood-stain­ ed crest Of a hill far, far away. They left him there where the weeping winds Sing dirges faint and few— They're home—God's light! How grand...

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 March 1899

FARM ABB GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS. TO Vp-to-Dato Hint* About Cul­ tivation of the Soil and Yields Thereof—Ilorticultnre, Titicoltore and Slorlcultor*. Frauds on the Farmers. The Farmers' Review takes this oc­ casion to suggest that farmers -will do well to be constantly on the lookout for swindles in tie form of "new and improved" appliances.. In fact, every fraudulent appliance is always "new and improved." We do not believe that farmers are any more gullible than other people. The city people are constantly being worked by sharpers, who do not fail to find victims. Per­ haps many of the fraudulent things that are palmed off on the people are !y men that reaMy" have faith in what they are selling. In a recent number of an Iowa paper we noticed an in­ quiry by a farmer after a well pump that could be wound up and go for twenty-four hours. The paper was un­ able to give the information desired, "but expressed its opinion that the idea seemed to be a good one. On the...

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 March 1899

&V ai" THB COOK COUNTY OFFICIALPAMIOFC COUNTY CHKIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Term*, |1.00 & year in Awvance GRAND MAPvAIS. MINN.. MAHCH 189 J. The Real Glory of the Flag. Hibbiag Sentinel: The great glory of our flag is that it is the flag of the free. If we are to make it anywhere the flag of conqnest and subjugation then every star on it will lose something of its former luster, every «tripe something of its brighlneBs and beauty. It seems to us that the best defenders of the flag ara those who protest against its prostitu­ tion to the purpose of imperialism. Imperialism1 or Die. Belle Plaine Herald:1 G. K. Davis is bound to hfive expansion and imperial­ ism, ordie. G. K* 90 doubt has turned a found penny out, of this whole war expanEion business, and he wisely—for himself—does not desire to kill the goose that is laying:for him golden eggs. Well, after all, it irreally hard to blame Davis for looking after No. 1. No one ever expected anything else from him. Congressm...

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 March 1899

r/f-- THE COOK COUNTY HBBAL0. ftl» A "Ik OFFICIALPiWI OF Cora COITNTT. «.-. cr I Is ", CHXIS MURPHY. Editor and Prdpietor. Term*, fl.00 Yearfn Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. MARCH Tb« Seal Glory of tbe Flaff. Hibbiag Sentinel: The great glory of our flag is that it is the flag of tbe free. If we are to make it anywhere tbe flag of conquest and subjugation then every star on it will lose something of its former luster, every «tripe something of its brightness and beauty. It seems to UB that the best defenders of the flag ara those who protest against its prostitu­ tion to the purpose of imperialism. Imperialist or Die. Belle Plaine Herald:1 G. K. Davis is bound to Ijr^ve expansion and imperial-: ism, or die., 0. K« no doubt has turned around penny out. of this whole war expaneion business, and he wisely—for himself—does not desire to kill the goose that is laying for him golden eggs. "Well, after all, it irreally hard to blame Davis for looking after No. 1. No one ever expected anythi...

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 March 1899

hi* •, ks-'-fa''- ''IferV &<&< •$:lk OF LOCAli INTEREST. './*'" f5?|'• (!. i- ./• :J--.':, Anna Scott is rusticating at the 'resi­ dence of Ool. Colvill. Mrs. Gust Olson bas beenseriouBly ill for the past three weeks. The heavy snow storm delayed the mail from Two. Harbors a day and a half this week. ,v Mrs. John Matheson was quite ill the first half of the week but is improving and now able to be about.:•' The whole outfit who have been ex­ ploring all winter west of here are now in town for a time where they will figure up results and prospects. The board of county commissioners hold a meeting on Saturday, March 11th, to consider the petitions for Township Organization. Don't stay away from the meeting and then kick because you are not suited. The Cook County Literary, Dramatic and Musical Association will give an entertainment at the Court House on Saturday, March 11th, inst. They have taken considerable pains to prepare a good programme which will be well worth lis...

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. — 4 March 1899

Tf" rr^s IA PLAUF WOMAN. I. Matrons lifted their eyebrows and jroung wives "whooed" through their lips when Bertie Wyngram engaged himself to Mrs. James Taunton. Alter casting their horoscopes, people were rampant in prediction,and went about, like itching seers, prophetically heart fulL Ruthlessly they traced the cou­ pled destinies—through gin to pitfall— from altar rail to hearse. "\Vhen a young bachelor marries an old wife, what is he to expect?" ob­ served Lady Wyngram to her daugh­ ters. "You know, dears, my creed in these matrimonial matters. Girls should never marry an old man—un­ less he is rich, and a man should cer­ tainly not marry an old woman—un­ less she is handsome." Her ladyship shook her skirts and eurls and sequins, and they shivered and tinkled like a beech tree in a No­ vember wind. BUL Mrs. Taunton's side of the medal no one car ad to see. She could scarce­ ly tell in herself how she had fallen In love in so unseemly and irrational a manner. Colonel Taunton, C....

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 March 1899

VOLUME TIL 1 THE YELLOW GOD. Tom Jenkins ran his hand through the gold that lay heaped on tlie floor •of the shack. "Seems to, me, Billy," he *aid slowly, '•that hopin' to find it is iietter'n findin' it." Dull gleams of light from a smoky lantern fell athwart the face of the •old miner, rugged, homely, deep-fur­ rowed by time and hardships, and of fering a marked contrast indeed to the liandsome patrician features of Billy Bailey, his junior partner. "Findin', Billy, means quittln'. It's an end to the wants an' privations I've knowed for nigh twenty year. But, somehow, I've- come to like these still ole mountains, an 'the singin' of the pines, an' the river. They've growed like friends, an' I'm never lonesome among 'em. Listen! you can hear 'em now. Maybe, it's the las 'time they'll •ever sing for me." "We're going back to civilization," continued Tom, unheeding the other's lack of sympathy with his reminiscent mood, "an' that means separation. I know you like me, Billy. A feller c...

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 March 1899

THE COOK COUNTY HEItALD.f OFFICIAL PAPKI OF COOK COUNTY, ,- CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Fropietort Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAI8. MINN.. MARCH 11, 1899. HOW BRAD7 LOST HIS MONEY. The Bowery Celebrity Died the Daj Before the Annual Vanderbilt Check Was Dae. By the death of John Brady, who choked to death on a mutton cbop late­ ly, the Bowery has lost one^of its typ­ ical characters. He was known to shop and hotel keepers from Chatham square to Cooper Union. -Brady bore the repu­ tation of an honest man who loved horses and reyeled in races.who thought the Vanderbilts "up to the limit," and who was a faithful follower of Tam­ many Hall. For several months he had lived at a hotel at No. 7 Bowery. In the last day of 1898 he went into a res­ taurant and with friends ordered drinks and mutton chops. While eating one he becarite purple in the face and fell to the floor, where in a few minutes he died, reports the New York Times. Since Brady came to this country from Ireland, 50...

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 March 1899

OF ItOCAli INT&RBST. Mrs. Honey wasin town Straday. Bearpreas report* good ice all the way to Two Islands. John and An|few Tofte are town, having arrived yeeterday. John Drouillard went to Grand Port­ age this week on basic ess. H. J. Braun had the misfortune to lose hi* cow, died on Sunday. Three dog teams started for the "West Wednesday, morning.—Beargreas, Alger Smith and Wiahkob. The Minneapolis Times reports the appointment of Ghas. J. Johnson as Postmaster at this place. Maple Hill reports this week on the flick liat, Mrs. Gnat Olson, Miss Beatty, Isaac Johnson and Charlie Miller. Olaus Jacobson passed through town on Tuesday on his way home baring filled his engagement at Nelson's cnmp. HansEngelson has been oonfiued to his home at Tofte ever since he returned home from commissioners meeting two weeks ago. Joseph Wishkob arrived in town Tues­ day from Beaver Bay with a dog team he brought two men with him as far as Bartlett's camp. Joseph Fisher of Grand Portage was in to...

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 March 1899

FOR 01® SAKE'S SAKE. It is a commonplace of speech that there is no changing the leopard's spots. The keen observer of his kind, who has not twelve axioms wherewith to work the theorems of life, but twelve hundred, accepts it as gospel. Raymond, who was not a keen observ­ er, but a man with faith in his heart, did not accept it. In the face of ad­ vice and caution and good counsel he decided to reduce it to the absurd and marry Cicely Glanville. Success crowned him, as even those who warn­ ed him know now, but it was a des­ perate risk. Far back in the days which it were heresy to doubt were as good as they were old, when Alan was just the stolid email son of Captain Raymond and Cicely was but the- angel-faced little daughter of Captain Raymond's first lieutenant, Marlitt, the boy and girl had been fond of one another. They had made, mud pies and hunted the first wild flowers of the plains, and had ridden burros and bronchos together. They had wintered and summered in each other's c...

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 March 1899

sl Vr m. VOLUME VII. MENES IS NO MYTH. fOUNDER OF FIRST EGYPTIAN DYNASTY REALLY EXISTED. iXSones and Seal Identified—Wonderful •Proofs of Ancient History Leading to 'the Reconstruction of the Traditions Until Now Doubted. A very interesting discovery has laeen made by Dr. Borchardt of the Gizeh museum, which adds immensely •to our knowledge of early Egyptian •history, provided it is fully sustained, says the London Chronicle. The schol­ ars have hitherto told us that the or­ igins of Egyptian history were wrap­ ped in absolute obscurity, and in par­ ticular that the founder of the first Egyptian dynasty, whose name was Menes, was a mythical person, like 'Cadmus of Thebes, and old Anchises, and many other' worthies, who, in sim­ pler times, were regarded as real men. "To Menes was ascribed by the ancient Egyptians the canals of Egypt and the union of upper and lower Egypt into •one..kingdom. Last year a tomb was. -discovered near Thebes, and now Dj. Borchardt has identified that tomb...

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 March 1899

•. ft:' -"I IT TFHFL! COOK COUNTY HBBALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNT*, V-' CHRIS JJURPHY, Editor and PyoRitfor. Terms, $1.00 a Ye&r in Advance, GB&NP MARAIS. MINK.. MARCS 18^1899. APPETIZING SAUERKRAUT, JLt Was Given ton Sick Cow In Fenn •ylyimia and with Good llesnltM. A reporter -who spent Christmas The bucketful of sauerkraut was dumped into the manger. The cow, by some peculiar system of feeding, first gave evidence of her appreciation by slowly switching hertail. which had be­ fore hung limp and lifeless. Then she raised her head, poked her great muzzle into the kraut and slowly began to munch the stuff. Fifteen minutes later she looked quite happy. She had eaten all the kraut and was laking great mouthfuls Oif the hay. The dairyman said sauerkraut had long'been known as one of the best things in tj^e world to "give'a sick cow an appetite A MISERLY COUNTESS. Pne'of Ronmunia'i Oia Nobility Who Tboayh Immensely Rich Lived In Squalor. The Bucharest correspondent of the L...

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 March 1899

r\ OF LOCAL, INTERJEST. ». Mrs. A. J. Soott has been visiting Mrs. Hnssey since Tuesday. Emil Eliasta spent the week in town and left for home "after the ball," this morning.1' S John Drouilkrd and John Frost re­ turned from their Grand Portage trip on Wednesday. A skating party started for Tofte to­ day—John and Mrs. Matheson, Ohris and Matt Johnson, John and Andrew Tofte. My, but we are scared) Some of the Cubans are threatening to deolare war upon ns if we do not. hurry up and oat of Ouba. get In view of the number of poker experts in Congress, it was not surprising that /the President could not carry through his army bill bluff. Treas. Johnson and Geo. Mayhew took a load of supplies to the cedar camp this week on their rettirn they brought a load of groceries from Luteen for H. Mayhew. Oervera's men, who were Spain to theU. S3. than one our prisoners awhile must have given good us in Spain, as the. report* of ioimigration from has increased more hundred per cent sinoe the war. T...

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 March 1899

LOVE'S LABOR UNLOST "Mr 1 1 I 'n 1 1 rtiB. fe It when Vincent Neale came down to bis solitary breakfast table one June morning, he found three letters beside bis plate. At the sight of one of these he turned pale, and stared at the hand­ writing for some seconds before he touched it. After what had passed be­ tween Lena Carteris and' himself -twelve months before it was more than strange that she should write to him again. Could it be—? He snatched at the envelope and tore it open with feverish haste. It contained a sheet of paper and a •mailer envelope, sealed. On the sheet of paper was written: "You see, I have not forgotten you. It you are willing to do me a last favor, whatever it may be, open the inclosed note and do what I ask you. But if you hesitate to make a promise Dlind fold, burn my sealed letter unopened. I trust to your honor to do this.—L. 0." Vincent sat turning the little sealed envelope over and over in his fingers. Had this girl any ihght to make such a request to...

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 March 1899

OUR BUDGET OF FUN. SOME GOOD JOKES, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. How the Poets Keep Cool—Inauspicious Moment Shoplifting: Illustrated Enough 'to Hake Her Blue More Important Service. How the Poets Keep Cool. The snow is falling fast today* The icebergs are in bloom, The hail and sleet with rapture *beat On housetop, tree and.tomb! The wild wind whistles fancy free With fierce and cutting force •Old Boreas howls so merrily— 'Tis winter time, of course! And, oh! The poet wipes his brow and says: "I feel must cooler now!J' —Max Scher. An Inauspicious Moment. "I am going away to kill myself!" cried the heartbroken young man as the beautiful maiden slammed the door after him. "Just my luck!" growled the foot jpad, who had been waiting in the sha­ dow. "What's the use askin* him for Ms money or his life now?" Shop Lifting. More Important Service. She—"You're a big, able-bodied, fel­ low. Why aren't you away fighting vr\nv raimtrv 9" "He—"Gracious, goodness! guess you don't keep very well posted...

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