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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 January 1894

--r A Mi­ SCIENCE \rn INDUSTRY. HEW DISCOVERIES IDT THE WORLD OF SCIENCE. sconstruction of the Electric Foun­ tain!* at the "World's Fair—Tele eraphing Without Connecting Wires. •A The feature of tlie exposition which :Will command the most interest of any of those in which light plays a prom­ inent part will probably be the elec­ tric fountains. Fountains of this char­ acter have been features of a number of exhibitions since 1834, when the first one, designed by Sir Francis Bol­ ton, was shown at the Healtheries in London, but those at Chicago are upon a much greater Scale than any hereto­ fore attempted. The principle of oper­ ation is that of -throwing a powerful beam of light from below upward along the axis of the water jet, the lamps being placed in a chamber under the fountain provided with a trans­ parent roof. Color effects are produced by the interposition of glass screens in the path.of the beam. In the present fountains, which 'rise from basins sixty feet in diameter, t...

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. — 20 January 1894

JTHE COOK COUNTY HERALD! SUCCBSSOE 7 1 THE GRAND MARAIS £lONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher OFFICIAL PEPER OF COOK COUNTY. 1 JSffcAND MARAIS, MINN., JANUARY 20,1894. ^im.ber Land, ACT June 3, 1878 NoTice for PablicaTion, AS'Amended by acT of Aug. 4,18921 S -Land* Office, DuluTh Minn., October i4th,,1i893. Notice is hereby igiven that in compli (mceWith the provisions of the act of tongreSs of June 3,1£)78, as amended by £ct of congress approved August 4.1892, bntiTled "An act for tfhe sale of Timber lands in tfhe dtates .df California, Ore­ gon, Nevada &nd Washington Territory, amended by act of August 4, 1892, Nelson B. Lester of Duluth, OOurity bf St. Louis, state of Minnesota, b-as this day filed in this office his swbrn statement no. 1496, for the purchase of lots 2 and 7, swj^ of ne^ of sec. 3, twp. pi, N. range no. 4, W. 4th p. tia., and "frill pffer JJiroof to show that the laiid sought mof# valuat^e for its timber or stone than for agricultural purpbses and ,to jstablish 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. — 20 January 1894

LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Capt. McMillan has been Beriouslay ill during the past week. Chas, Johnson left for his olaita in the Vicinity of Rice Lake yesterday, The first town election ever held in Cook county will be held at Hovland next Monday. A petition has been filed for the ap­ pointment of a receiver for the Tower Meeting adjourned to January-3rd. St Soudan'Street Railway company. Ole Gunderson of Horseshoe Bay con­ tinued on his journey to DulUth Thurs­ day morning with his cargo of 4*000 pounds of fish and two. passengers from Port Arthur. At a meeting of the Duluth city coUn tyl held on Monday evening of last week $13,000 was appropriated to be expended pn rock work with a view to giving em­ ployment to the needy. We publish this week a report of the proceedings of the board of county com­ missioner for the regular meeting held On the third inst. The financial state­ ment will be published in our next is­ sue. Bert Oostello, the young tfldii whose body was paralyzed as a result of...

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. — 20 January 1894

Til bet you $5 you won't do it,' bhiffed the Chicago man. "The baggageman replied by taking out a fiver and putting it in my hands, and Chicago came up smiling and put his there, too. 'Wait,' he said to the baggageman, with anothei wink at me, 'till I go back to the hotel and get it.' "Then he disappeared, and in about ten minutes he pulled up alongside of the platform with a team of cattle dragging the trunk of a tree about twenty-five feet long and two feet in diameter at its smallest girth. 'Here you are,' shouted the Chica­ go man, with a big laugh of triumph 'bring on your check. This is my trunk.' "I thought, and so did the rest of «s, that Chicago had the countryman, and he looked at himself at first, for there was no use talking, he could never get that thing into the car but he got his second wind in a moment. 'All right,' he said, smiling at the drummer. Then to the man with the 37 Per Cent. Stronger. The amusing advertisement of a rival Baking Powder, claiming that "it is...

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. — 27 January 1894

--r m- A GAME OP CHESS. "Your move, Mr. Stanley and, If you observe, your queen is in danger," "If I lose her, I naay yet win an­ other." "Not at your rate of playing, sir. Ton would have to advance a pawn—" "Pardon, Miss Cheswick, but do I play the game so badly? The loss is mine. I would play better if I could. Teach me how, Miss Cheswick."" "I wHI guide you through this one move but I fear you do not attend to my instructions. My bishop may be removed' by your knight," which, how­ ever, is at once sacrificed to my rook, which commands that square, if I •choose to take him in." "Thank you. I take your bishop, •then, and offer you this knight, emblem of myself." "I am not obliged to take him." "No but 1 hope you will not reject him." A short pause, while the dark, rich face of the young lady bends studious­ ly over the glittering "board of mother of-pearl and pink cornelian, while the pallid, russet-bearded face of the gen­ tleman quivers and waxes paler yet. "Not obliged to take h...

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. — 27 January 1894

sr--v«- 74S" c? THE 1 Uiw *Tf *Y rjl COOK COUNTY HERALD. -SPCCBSBOB TO THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEE&' -V CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PAPER P? eaoK EOUNTY.' GRAND ItARAIS, MINN., JANUARY 27,1894, Land, ACT Jqne 3, 1878 NpTice for PublicaTion. AS Amended by acT i-... Any and all personn claiminsr advOr^nly the Sbor« de^nnbsd l-inds are requested to «l»'tr,o5r -slajmsin this office on or before said 12th djiv ... of March, 1891. »*mr' ui' A.TTaylor R^nrister. It N Marble, Attorney, 13-vo T-mber,Land, of of Aug. 4,1892. S Land Office, DuluTh Minn. ,r Octobfl? i4tli,' i893. Notice is hereby given that in ctfjgapli ftnce tfith the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,1878, as amended by ^ct of congress approved August 4.1892, jantiTled "An act for The sale of Timber lands in The states of California, -Ore­ gon, Nevada and Washington Territory, Ss amended by act of August 4,1892, Nelson' B. Lester of Duluth, county pf St. Louis, state of Minnesota, has this day filed in this 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. — 27 January 1894

Messrs. Carlson and Jacobin of Hov land are i$ town. 'Vz M^s. Le^ace Carnboa has been Bsri otiBly ill tlila 'if La$t Tuescjj^pight was the qplde3t of th$ seasbn,ihe thermometer re^ister ixig 3j§ below at|ipqidBight. A brll haa been^introduced in congress to giv^permissiontothe Duluth & Win­ nipeg to*, purchase rightqf way through ^he Chippewa and White Earth reserva­ tions. Col W. F. Cody, better known as Buf­ falo Bill, arriyedan Duluth last Monday. pELp is oh a visit to hin sister, J^rs, Wet ihore, and while there will IQQIS jiumerous interests in Duluth. •i over his 17 The United States inspectors who have been looking Into the circumstance connected with the collision between the steamers Philadelphia and Albany, both .of which went to the bottom, have exon­ erated Gapt. Albert Huff of the Phila­ delphia. John Kenedy, the young tough who was recently sentenced in Duluth to the state reformatory for highway robbery, was taken into the hall of the county jail preparatory to be...

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. — 27 January 1894

•oa* \Wto CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A BOY'S LETTER. Wi.*ittcn From Boar«linsr School to His Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a seliool boy to his mother: "My Dear Ma—I wright to tell you I am very retched and my chilblaines is worse again. I have not made any progress and do not tliink I shall, am very sorry to be such an expence, but I do not think this schule is any good. One of the fellows has taken the crown of my best hat for a target, he has now borrowed my watch lyj make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried to put the works back, but we tliink come wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Matilda's cold is better.. I am glad she is not at schule. think have got consumption, the boys at this place are not gentlemanly, but of course you did not know this when you sent me here, wil...

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. — 3 February 1894

ft: VOLUME III, THE SEAL TEST OF FITNESS ANTI-E1JISCTIO.\ SERMON DY DR. TAI5L1GE. He Uiscnsses Personal. Character as Applied to Politics—Good Advice for AH Parties*^A' Timely Topic Treated. iii Brooklyn.—Discussing the approach-. lng election, and using the text, Exodus xx., 18, "And all the people saw the thunderings, and the lightnings, and the noise of the trumpet, and .the mountain smoking," Ilev. Dr. Talmage says: On the eve of elections in the sixty counties ofl this state and in all the counties of most of the United States, while there are many hundreds of nominees to office, it is appropriate and important that I preach this before election sermon. My text informs you that the light­ nings and earthquakes united then forces to wreck a mountain of Arabia Petraea in olden time, and travelers to-day find heaps of porphyry and greenstone rocks bowlder against bowlder—the remains of the first law library, written not on parchment or papryus, but on shattered slabs of granite. T...

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. — 3 February 1894

-GOWT* —•—8traOB8^qB to— THB GRAND MARAIS FIONEBB. -»r.\ 4 ., wuteYj JPi&lfeMr:' i* 5 .oppiciAi Pasi® OF 'd^'tfK BOUNTY. Terms, SliOOk Yearin Advance. '1 GRAND'"MARAIS. MltfN. FEBRUARY 8, 1894. J^berBand, A.CT June 3, 1878 Nqrioe for PublicaTion, AS Amended by acT of Aug. 4,1892. S ljaiid Office, DuluTh Minn., October 14th 1893. Notice is fre/eby givepthat in compli­ ance with-the provisions of the act of congress of June 3,1878, as amended by 'act of dongress approved August4.1892, 'entiTled "An act for The sale of Timber lands iti The states of California, Ore­ gon, Nevada and Washington Territory, as amended by act of August 4,1892, Nelson B. Lester of Duluth, .county of St. Louis, state of -Minnesota.' has this day filed in this office his sworn 'statement no. 1496, for the purchase of lots 2 and 7, sws£ of ne^ of sec. 3, two. VS4, N. ran*fe no. 4, W. 4th p. m., and will goffer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone' jthan forTagricultura...

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. — 3 February 1894

1 li \i ru *. $"** i^J"* *~TTOCSIrAinr STATfc NEWS: A. J, Scott returned fyom Cross river last week. -.'/.• ••••.. Jim Gesfic has returned ^rom his trap­ ping expedition. „v. Rev. J. T,, Greene left for Duluth the feet of the weekw.j a The Corbett-MiehelJ fight which took place in Jacksonville, .*Ebu, lastf Friday Afternoon, resulted in Mitchell, the Eng­ lish champion, being knocked out in the jthird round'. fi We are in Receipt of No. 1 of thq Hib bing News,' a-neat and newsy paper pub­ lished by C. A. Smith, also publisher of tl he Mountain Iron Manxtou. Here's Success to Brother ^mith in his new en­ terprise. News has been received from Faulkner S. D., stating that the agent for the Du­ luth, Pierre & Black Hills road is there securing right of way. It is believed: :that the new road will be ironed during the coming summer. The Duluth city election Will be held next Tuesday. Cap*. Ray T. Lewis is the republican nominee for mayor, while 'John Jenswold, Jr., will head the demo...

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. — 3 February 1894

kl f.' The only A New Enamel for Metal*. The protection of metals from «nd other atmospheric influences has been the subject of many recent ents, and of enamel for gas to a Mrs. McNab—Whit did ye say? Sell inulk on the Saubath day? Na, na! I •c«uldna dae that but ye talk so dacent thipence worth for nae thing, an' ye'll jist make me a praesent a shullin' Convicted. Police Justice—Prisoner, Oi'm tould ,5-ez do be a hard drinker! Prisoner—It's a loible, yer honor. Oi •nlver was drunk in me loife. "The officher shtates thot •drunk on St. Pathrick's day." "He lois, yer honor. Oi was not." "Thin yez do be an imposhter, wid yure Oirish brogue. Tin days."—Truth. ^\*nd a half years. M'l i. **Sweet Clinrlty." In the Artists* Exhibition of 1893 at the New York Academy of Design, there was exhibited an oil painting by J. L. Ferris, entitled "Sweet Charity." Its richness of coloring commanded instant attention, while the lesson it taught was so impressive that one naturally returned to it for a...

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. — 10 February 1894

Sfl •»i *y \i t: I *4 1, 7 i., 7 VOLUME III. "COME BACK", SWEETHE VTJT." "And now, Vera, if that presumptuous Rathverne Cares to show himself at •our new house, I shall ceitainly sus­ pect you of encouraging him," said Mrs. Harvey, a youthful-looking widow with bright brown eyes, and with dimpled cheeks the tint of peaches which ripen in tire sun. Mamma, if that entirely irreproach- able young Rathverne fails to present himself at our new residence, then you -certainly may suspect your daughter of meeting him elsewhere," Vera re­ torted, in exact mimicry of. her moth­ er's tone. 'I wish you would be serious, Vera," her mother said in a vexed and pet­ tish tone. "You know very well that I would never have undertaken the expense and worry of moving at this season, only I was determined to get out of the Rathvernes' neighborhood." A laugh like the warbling of a tlirush rippled from Yera's coral-red lips. "Why, mamma, the Rathvernes are not in the neighborhood. They moved away two month...

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. — 10 February 1894

li -ST70CESS0B TO—• THE GRAND tJARAJS EIONE BR. ftpllg. MtfJtEHY, Publisher^ oppitdAii p&teis OF cook COUNTY. GE^D MARFiiRtfi'RYio, 1894. Titi^er ^jb$:A.CT 0uiie3, 1876 Norice ,7ror PiimicaTioVC AS 't Amendedby abtr of Aug. 4,1892. Slii^nd Office, Duluih Majm degpbigr Notice is'hereby given that & complin -irice yrith tEtf.'pravisioiis of the act of oongress of Juhe3,1878, as amended by act ot congcess Approved ^ugirat 4V1892, antraled "An act for The sale of Timber 'ands in The states of p&Hfqrnia, Ore­ gon, Nevada &i$ Washiijgtoh Teirrito^y, as amended by actof August 4, lB^i, Nelson B. Lester of Dutjith^'Ooutity of St. Lbuis, state of: Minnesota, has this day filed in this office,hiS 6frorn statement no. 1498, for the purchase o1", "lots 2 and 7, sw% of ne^. of fcec.. 3,rtwr.: .64, liT. fai&ge no. 4', W. 4th p. m., jt^d wili offer proof to show that the land sought, ts more valuable for its tim^ter or stone "than for ^'agricultural pArpo^s and to establish his...

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. — 10 February 1894

.,r,a,f)f,AT, AND. SlA'EEjWEW^. I* The delinquent 1list far Ooatcouq. ty will be published in oer next issue'. Rev. J. TJ, Gr^ne arriv$ home frop} SuperiqJr yesterday affcefyooji. ^|Je inad4 the trip front Two H&rbOys in three {jays: 5 *4» S 4-\ •judge ityrjsh of, Aphlapd ^asQlved the anj unctidevsgainst #ey ton, &Ki ball barber of'Dulutb, *WW were logging pn coq-$3ted land* T^he waiting forces :$i workmen have returned to work. Auditor Fisher. and.Gharley Johnson arrived from their'farms Monday after­ noon. As ^Charley 'left ho one to look after th$s£ock on' his farm during his absence Jie ^etuyned Tuesday moaning. C. C. Brown will start the Rainy Lake «rr it 1 Herald, a six*column four-page weekly, %t Rainy Lake City. As tile city at pres­ ent is in a rather nebulous state, fche first few numbers wil be printed in Duluth.' ^—Commonwealth. 1 The Duluth. council has passed over the mayor's yeto an ordinance authoriz­ ing the issue of $800,00,0 of 5,per cent, bonds for the co...

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. — 10 February 1894

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

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 March 1894

Ms? III, id's AS 1 2IE ceremony was ovor. It had not seemed verr hard or very long. Yet other brides had warned her that -it would'be both.. ''I, Anna, take •thee, David"—she had been uncon­ scious of effort in the saying. Tongue and throat acted automatically, iol lowing1 the smooth voice of the rector, much as she followed responsive his intoned prayers each Sabbath. Only now there was no Btained-glass win flew to watch, nor could she ponder upon the memorial tablet just above the pew, her frequent occupation while she joined in the general con­ fession of having1 followed too much the devices and desires of the 'heart. Yet was her mind no more fixed or definito than then. Her eyes wan­ dered and saw that a picture huntr Slightly askew above the mantelpiece. She even made a step forward to set It straight w^ien she noticed the rector was saying "Anna, *vilt thou?" and her dazed senses caught at the idea of an admonition. She glanced down Ward, and observed how rosy were the crease...

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. — 10 March 1894

the cook county herald. ——8U00B880B TO-~ Vs-7 THE fJfUVD \URlt3 PIONEB3. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaP EH OP OOOK COUNTY. Terms, 91.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAT"!. MINN., MARCH in, 1894. Timber L,and, A.ct Jrma 3, 1878 Notice for Pablicarion, as Amended by aoT of Ajisf. 4,1892, tT S Ijand Office, DuluTh Minn., Octobrtr 14th, 1893. Notice ia h3reby given that in compli­ ance with the. provisions of the aot of congress of Tune 3,1878, as amended by act of coagress approved August 4.1892, fentrfled "An act for The sale of Timber lands in The states of California, Ore­ gon, Nevada ani Washington Territory, Jw amended by act of \ugmt 4,1892, Nelson B. Lester of Duiuth, Count of St. IiOuis, state of Minnesota has this day filed in this office his sworn Statement no. 1498, for the purchase o° lots 2 and 7, o^.ne^ of sec. 3,. two. w, N. ratine no. 4, W. 4th p. m., and wil! Offer piroof to ihoT that the land sought is mbr$ valuable for its timber op stone than for agricultural ...

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. — 10 March 1894

Mk J"" a LOCAL AND STATS NSW 3, v The Village of Grand Rapids will in a system of water works at a cost ^•090. "Prendergast, thV mu'rHerer of mayo Harrison of Chicago, has been sentence 1 to hang March 23rd." I -John Mckinley of Duluth feoentiy shipped a diamond drill to Red wood alls A*ith which he inten Is to tdBt the coal beds, in that vicinity of whichh© a on John Prouillard expecta to leave for H.Qvlapd tomorrow morning to preside -over the first annual meeting of the board of supervisors of Hovland town­ ship. Secretary Smith has approved of the bction of Commissioner Lamdreaux in 'refusing to withdraw the Minnesota gold lands from entry on the ground that its character is not yet proven. Catholic services, will be held at th residence of Jas. Morrison tomorrow by Rev Father Specht of Fort William. Mass will be celebrated, at 9 o'cock, at which time a mimbef or children will re­ ceive first communion. Assistant Supt. Smith of the Duluth & Iron Range came .to town, this mor...

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. — 10 March 1894

f^IPfsfr 1 'DH* ^lC£y CREAM BAKING mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 1 A BOY'S LETTER. Wi'itten From Boarding 'School to His Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a school­ boy to his naothtr: "My Dear Ma—I •wright to tell yon I am very retched and my cliilblaines is .worse again. I have not made any progress and do mot think I shall, am very sorry to be such an expence, but I do not thiijlc this schule is any good. One of the fellows has taken the crown of my best ihat for a frtrget. he has now borrowed my watch Uj make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried to put the works back, but we think 6ome wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Matilda's cold is better. I am glad she is not at schule. think have got consumption, the boys at this place are not gentlemanly, but of course you did not know this when yon sent me h...

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