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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 March 1894

4 *V lis 1. U) ir VOLUME III. THE FARM AND HOME. CROPS THAT ARE VALUABLE FOR THE DAIRYMAN. Nitrogenous and Carbonaceous Feed]— Draught Harness—Sorgham Molasses Beit- Results From Silage—Farm Notes and Home. Hints. Value of the Ln nmej. The nitrogenous are the most ex­ pensive and the most necessary foods, and it is valuable to know that a cer­ tain family of common plants are ex­ cessively nitrogenous, says Colman's Rural World. This family is botan ically known as the legumes, and includes the clovers, peas, beans, vetches. C. H. Everett of Beloit, Wis., at the Wisconsin dairymen's convention said on this subject: "We need to economize in the pro­ duction of plants rich in protein. I do not believe that any man is just­ ified in paying $25 a ton for oil meal, whrt-e he can produce pea meal on his own farm. The chemist finds twenty-five pounds of digestible pro­ tein in 100 pounds of oil meal, and in 10D pounds of pea meal he finds twenty, pounds, which means 500 pounds of digestibl...

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. — 17 March 1894

goes- cqifntv fas- -^-r STJOO^S^qE TO- .n '. I' TUB GmNQ-MiBiTS FIONE^'l. Qff&TS. NiCTRRHY, Publisher. OT^NT.VI^I'APERI OF coos COUNTY. Terms, Sl'.OftaXe.ir.ipAlviijce. .QR VVT) .'ISjn.b.er ACT June 3, 1878 Notice f. for Publication, AS Amended by acT of A us:. 4.1W2. S Land Office, Dulirrh Minn.. October 14th, 1893. Notice is hareby given that in compli­ ance with the provisions of the act of 'congress of JU»IR 3,' 1878, as amended by 'act of congress approved August 4. 1892, dntTTled "An a^t for Establish his claim to said land before the Tlegi^ter and 1 VfAR\R MINN'M' MARCH 1 1)94. The N 1 a id 7 3 o4. N. rao^e no. i. W. 4th p. m,, and wil' soff^" proof to thaf th^ land sought is more valuable 'or its tiuh^v or ston°i .than for agricultural purpose and to R^c^iver of this oHc~ ait Duluth, minn.. on Tuesday, th9 13th. .dav of Mar^h, 1894, Anv and oil persons claiming advers^7, above describe lands are r^ivi^stpd fc'S .file t.h«ir nlairas in this OKPIOTS on or b^ ifore said 13t...

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. — 17 March 1894

I %, sm $v «. 7f fTQpt$rt?x^t LOCAL AND STATE NEWS. Charley,^,Johnson, left for Duluth Thursday morning. The first, number of the Rainy Lake Herald, edited by G. C. Brown, appeared last week. It is, said that Ex-Senator T. E. Bowen \vill succeed J. Adam Bede as publisher of Bede's Budget. v' 'C Mrs. Eliza Davis, a ma'atto, died in San Francisco on the 5th inst at the age of 103 years,.4 months and 18 days. She was born a Slave Oct. 12,1790. The following are the state schooi ap­ propriations for this district: Cook gounty, 36 pupils, $41 Lake, 213, $244 St. Loins, 6,832 $7,914 Carlton, 868, $989 Itasca, 167, $192. Rev. J. Greene will leave next week for West Superior, where he will make his future home. Mrs. Greeno will remain here until' navigation opens up, when she will join her husband. Editor Wetmore of Duluth Press, who wa a re a a in a bel a short time age on account o" an ar­ ticle published in his paper charginsr .Dr. Goff with the murder of Joe Wolff, lias been fouiid guil...

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. — 17 March 1894

DR.*<p></p>VWCEir CREAM BAKING A BOY'S LETTER. SfaMmmssm---- mmmmwmwm' 1 POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. tram Ammonia, Alum or any other Free adulterant 40 Y2ARS THE STANDARD. Written From Retarding Scltool to His Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a school­ boy to his mother: "My Dear Ma—I •«vright to tell'you I am very retched and my chilblaines is worse again. I have not made any progress and do not think I shall, am very sorry to be such an expence, tout I do not thiiilc this schule is any good. One of the fellows has talien the crown of my best hat for a target, lie has now borrowed my watbh to make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried ,to put the works back, but we think some wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Matilda's cold is "better. I am glad she is not at schule. think S have got consumption, the boys at this place are not gentlemanly, but of cours...

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. — 24 March 1894

•n: 1 ,v A %c ^Wiwls of ocean can you tell it with pay lover well? Have you seen his ships at sea" Did he send some words for me? Ships we saw far out at sea. Sighed the wind so mournfully Yet to you we cannot tell with him it is all well. Breakers, rolling up so high, Cannot you some ship descry Pause and listen—pray me tell Is it with my lover well! Loud and long the breakers roar As they dash against the shore Loud and long with fearful shock, Fall and break upon the rock. Waves of ocean can you tell Is it with my lover well? Listen to the murmuring sound As the wavelets kiss the ground We, the silvery waves of ocean, Pause awhile in our commotion, Tell you of the sailor brave Lyins now in lonely grave. We, for you, will kiss his face As he lies in our embrace, Close his eyes so blue and fair, Smoothe the brow and curling1'hair We. the waves of ocean, tell, With .your lover—"all is well." —By Minnie Mae. THE FAIR UNKNOWN. On one of Lady George Athol's "first Thursdays" her rooms ...

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. — 24 March 1894

si' si? fA.' ill m&- »i I «T •.* $£ Wi',. Pi J, Vj,' b*- Ife^' tJts! BTODES80B Tft—• TPS GBANlS' «#&& PIONEER *•'*& f* r,. .. ••,... •.- .ttt—• •.-•• ,,• 'ii i'uvi .-. *2 1 ,\ "-Y t'V. -r d?MGiM» PaPaH^OF OOOX.P.Q UNTY. Term* I fetio a'Yssrr In Advance TiMMr tsnd, Act Jnni S, 1578—Notice for Pub lication—i nendl by act of August 4, lSit-2 U. S. Land Offioa, Dalhth Mmn/Oct. 10, ISflS. Ifoticx is hereby given that in compliance with «e®rovUioos of :he -act of congress of Jane 1878 entitled "an act for the 'sale of timber land the atateo of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory." as amended'- by act August 41892,'Edward Devauey of Duluth, coun­ ter of 8t Louis, State of Minnesota, has this day filed to.is office his sworn statement No 148 tor the Dnrchaee of the swJ4 »f ne'*, 8e',i of nw^4 awi of se!4 and ne'i of «w54 of section No. SI, in township No. 63 north rauge No. 4 west 4tnj. m. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more- valuable fo...

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. — 24 March 1894

4 7 -r I. *1 HP:" r/. mm -^j. A O (k I if -.0- i-^Jy'W^if 1 i- "I.TF#B'I»MLLIIFLIJNIII|ILPI George Morrisoh rettiffted Wfedttesda from a tlrfee months' stay la Duluth, The infant son of Mr. a&d Itfra. 1e ance Cariboo died Wednesday afternoon and JfM buried yesterday', ^be .bjli introduc&d by Maj. Baldwin wM'-jtb© Withdrawal of Rainy lake gold taa.ds-from «ntry uriderthe general land l^ws passed' the House iast week. There is no doubt that it will pass the Senate. The West Superior smfelting and refin­ ing plant has been leased to a company Of .Twin Gity and Duluth capitalipts, who .will manufacture brails. There are bnly four plants for the handling of th mineral, in the United States. New. ma chinery Willbe put in and the works op erated on a large scale The house committee on the election pf president and vice president on th 14th inst. agreed to the joint resoiuti of the chairman. Mr. Tucker of Virgini for an atnendmeiit to the constitutio providing that United States een...

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. — 24 March 1894

*DR? CREAM MOST PERFECT MADB. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant* 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 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 motlitr: "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 think 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 to make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried to put the works back, but we think some wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Matilda's cold is better. I am glad she is not at schule. think I have got consumption, the boys at this place are not gentlemanly, but of course you did not know this when you sent me here, will try not to get bad h...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 March 1894

•k 4 'i \V5 'I 'it. VOLUME III. •"t FOR Alili ETERNITY. Love of my heart, Do you e'er think Of that chill nig'it "When on the brink Of "Love's last hope," I stooped to drink— And deeply, too—of life's despair, In your cruel words, "To-night we part?" Love of my heart, I often think Of that dork night When "Love's last link" Was loosened, severed, cast aside, Upon that fateful eventide, When caprice bid you break my heart! Love of ray heart. I e'er shall think Of that sad night When I did drink, With trembling hand and quivering lip, The dregs of woe—thou bad'st me sip That cast o'er flower of youth a blight Turned life's bright day to death's dark night, And famished heart to, hopeless, yaarn For its redeemer, "LioVe's r«?tuvn." Love of my heart, my senses wane I soon shall pass life's last dark brink To where sad hearts are free from pain— Wbsre God will bind the broken link And reunite thy soul with mine. For all eternity and time. ADVENTURE WITH FEMALE BUBGUKS. I had' just retire...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 March 1894

fflfr GJOK COUNT*' HERA15 iff SUOOBS^OE TO—*-»" IV Sav THE GRA.ND MARAIS SIONBBH. i: 1 CHILIS. MURPHY, Ityblisjier. ™—"——I OFFICIAL PaPEK OF" COOK COUNTY. Tem^. Jl.OOa^Year^ Vdtince. I GRAND HARAl^lVriNM,' ^ARCH'-ri, 1*M. Timber t^d,: A.CT June 3*. 1878j NoTide i, for PablicHT'on, *3 Am.enrlei by aox of Ausr. 4, WJ. 8&Jnbd Offlce, DuluTh Minn., January 23,1B94. Notice i8 b. jceby^iyei^tint in compli­ ance with fcli© provisions of the aot of CKn,?re$s of Ju i'e 3,18% as ameuiei by y»ot of coVi?Ss? approved Ausfust 4.1892, lantTTled -h In aat for T^e sale of Ti nber piands id The statsl of California, Ore Vgoa, N 3vada anl W uhtngto Territory, as amended by aet of iusju$t 4,1892, Jacob \rio, of Duluth, count St. Louis, state of Minnesota has this day filed in this office his swor ,statement no. 1066, for the purchase o" lot 11 of section 6, lots 6 and 7 of S3f5 ition- 5. and lot 2 of auction 8 in ownshi'v ,59. V. raa^ m. 7, W. 4th p. m., and wil' •offer proo® to ^hiw that rhs land...

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. — 31 March 1894

I & 7? -1 l!W' iJK 1 LOCAL AND STATE NEWS, Frank Pero and Swamper Cariboo let for Pork Bay* Friday morning. John Drouillard and Barney McO teft for Duluth Tuesday morning. Chas. Johnson and Swamper Cairibnr returned Wednesday afternoon from trip to Duluth. Gust Pfilk. P. A, Etving and August ljindgren, who have been so nding the winter on their claims at Holland, ar xiVed here Thursday Wening and left Friday morning f6r TWb Harbora Thd NorthWest, the fiew passenger feteamer of the Northern Steamship line, .will arrive in Duluth about May 15th and remain there ten dayfl for public in spection before she enters upon her gum* mer schedule. The sister steamship, North Land, will be launched about May 1, and will enter on her regular trips August 2nd. Postmaster Nelfeon of Lutsen came down with Mail Carrier Kbss in a row boat Wednesday for a short visit witl his many friends here. During th storm on the lake Thursday foreno^ their boat was washed off the b^ac1 wherp they had left it,...

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. — 31 March 1894

II 1 •DR.* twc& CREAM BAKING mm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant* 40 Y2ARS THB STANDARD. A~BOY'S LETTER. Written From Hoarding School to His Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a school­ boy to liis motlur: "My Dear Ma—I aright to tell you I am very retched and my cliilblaines is worse again. I have not made any progress and do not think 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 watbh to make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried to put the works back, but we think some 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. — 7 April 1894

FOKYOTiTilFIiL AMERICANS tSTERESTINHJ READING POll THE BOYS AND GIHLS. ®ngei»e Snndoir, the StronReit Man in the World, and How Be Devel­ oped HlmseU—Flihlns With Dog Bicycling In Denmark. Eugene Sandow is probably the "Strongest man in the world, to-day. He breaks chains by the expansive .pow­ er of his muscles, raises horse and rider high in the air, wields a :liuge frame, in which are two men, as if it were a ten-pound dumb-bell, and ^oes many other remarkable feats. He 'has been giving exhibitions in Chicago, all stimmer, and has been the wonder and admiration of all beholders. A peculiar feature of Sandow's im 'mense strength is that it is almost en­ tirely developed by artificial means. He was born in Prussia in 1867. As a child •Sandow was delicate, and his parents feared that he would not grow to man­ hood. While he was still very young his father, who was a jeweler of aver­ age size, traveled a great deal with him for the benefit of his fhealth. When he was twelve years old...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 April 1894

*3*f. t6bt SUCCESSOR TO THE GRA.ND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRTS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPBR OK COOrC OO0NTV.' Terms, 9l.Q0.$ Yearlii Advance GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. APRI!. 7, 1894. •Timber I/arid, ACT une 3 1^78 NoTice 4 for Publicnxion'j Va A^nsa l^d by aoT oF Aug. 4 1892.-U S.taau3 Office, DuluTh Minn". January's?, 1391. Notice ia-Taereb.y'afvdnt that iu compli *nW wijbhv tl^V. o® t'e" act o? lOongress of June 3, !.S7^. as an nde-i by jact of consfre^s airotbv ^d Au?'ist4. 189?, jOntiTled "A.n act for The of Timber •lands in The states of Cili ornia. Ore­ gon, Nevada ani W 'on Territory -as amenied by act' or \ug ist 4. 18'T2, Jacob Ario, of Duluth, countv ,of St. Louis, sf-.at^ of Minnesota, vhas this day filed ii this oTice-his sworn jatatecnsnt no". 1^63, for the purchase of lot 11 of seetion lota 6 and 7 of sotc jtion 5, and lot 2 o* ection.',8 'n wnshin c59. N. ramre no. 7, W. 4th m. and will '•offer proof to show thatth^ land sough .is more valu ible its t'nab or st n« than for...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 April 1894

^ocAk^s ja4i8JHK8t Auditor Fisher and Charlie JohneoE left Tl^rpday morning for 'aweek's jourijt OB their claims. P.McCaon of We$t Superior has dis coyfired 6 r^ein of ,Silver on his clpittf n'eai?"Virginia' which assayis $26 to the tctoT -1 Gounty Commissioner Dowman cam6 'dtfwn from hir.claim: neap Gunflint last v^ek for a confele of wifcfo visit with hie many friends here. -"'1. ... ipufltcwf.'. came to otir desk this week in ,a domplete new dresa ..which greatljr impjkfeB the appearance of that bright and gfieet, William R. Laidlaw has been awarded $25,000 damages against Russell Sage for injuries received when Norcross dropped the dynamite bomb in Sage's office. A fine body of iron ore, containing at least 2,000,000 tons, has been showed np by test pits on the Mesaba range not far from Evalett. The property is owned by the Mclnnis Iron company. Candidates for the cadetship in the United States navel academy at Anna :liswill be exaininedin Duluth on tb 18th inst. by a. board con...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 April 1894

'DR.* CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Mum or any otifyeradulteraRt. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A BOY'S LETTER. Written Frop» R«ardlnii TScliool -to Ills Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a school­ boy to his moth* r: "My Dear Ma—I nright to tell you I am very retell 3d and my chilblaines is worse again. I have not made any progress aud lo not think 1 shall, am very sorry to be such an expenee, but I do not think this scliule is any good. One of the fellows has taken the crown of my best hat for a target, he has now borrowed my watcli i/j make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried to put the worts back, but we think 6ome wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Mjatilda'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, wi...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1894

:Ssr, 1 ,T 1 •OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. OOSSIP ox SUBJECTS PERTAIXIXG TO WOMEN. Romanc« of an -English Dncliess Who' Was Married a* Seventeen —Colors for a Lilirar]-—Walking Clubs for Girls—Notes. It is to be the deep-rooted supersti "tiou with regard to the ominous char­ acter of the number thirteen, on' the jpart of the Dowager Countess of Ross lyu, that her daughter, Mill'icent, is in lebted for the strawberry-leaved coro Jiet which she now wears as duchess of Sutherland. Just- ten years have elapsed, says Vogue, since the duke, who, at thai'time, still bore the title of %. marquis of Stafford, attended a dinner party given by Lady Rosslyn in honor of her eldest daughter, Lady Brooke. At the last momeut it was found that, owing to the absence of one of the .guests, there would only be thirteen at table. Horrified at the idea, the count­ ess immediately summoned her daugh­ ter, Lady Miliicent, who was barely sixteen years of age, from the scliool room in order to take the vacant place...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1894

wmm^ww* V" asiiBK v' fHt^CO0K C(XCrilTy GERALD. SUCCESBOE1 T5B GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHRI8. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPEB AS OF 'IPimber Liand, OOOK COUHTY.. Terms, 11.00 a Tear ixi kdraficej: GRAND MARAIS, MINN., APRIL 14 1894. ACT June 3, 1378 NoTiqe for PubliciTion, As/.^men i^d by acT of Aug. i, 1892. XJ S L»&tid Office, DuluTh Minn., January^23j i$9ij v: Notice ia. hereby giyaa chat in compli pace with the" provisions of the act of •pongr^ss of JTui^e 3, LS73, aa'am-nded by kqt of congrea.9 aonrov^d August 4.1892, «ntiTled "An a6t for The sale of Timber •Imnds in The states of ili 'o.rnia, Ore­ gon, Nevada and wa^hia r^on Territory, amended by act of August 4, 1892, Jacob Ario, of Duluth, county jof St. Louis, state of Minnesota, 'has this day Bled iu this office his sworn statement no. 1063, for the purchase of Jot 11 of section 6, lots 6 and 7 of sec­ tion 5, and lot 2 of sectioa 8 in townshi 59, N. raa^e no. 7, W- 4th p. tu. and wi] Offer proof to show thatthelaid so...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1894

j#~. W$' ~i.v I 4 /V 3k ®£w Ml ii v& £fev *•', jq^lZ 1 M* Jfc -?v &- MKjjA -K "a S & & uf -p A. W %m I *—4»0&Mr ktin STATE NEWS. S. B. Swank is getting his tuar, Eliza, in readiness for. the season^# work. Pv Woodward, the republican can-1 didate, wap fleeted, ipayor of West Su perior last week. vv-. Lighthouse Keeper May hp is "busily engaged these days fixing up around the light house prepd,ratc|ry tp t&6Mg$ening of navigation. As a result of the heavy northeast winds of thtf fore part of -the week. the lake is almost ..gpmpl^tely covered with float ice as f£r Can be seen. F.'WV'King^'^er 1&apl6: ment agent who was arrestedpn the charge o" send­ ing men out to work whip,re he knew that there w.as no work, was found guilty last week in Duluth. Butler Bros, have secured the con tract for constructing the Duluth boarf .of trade building,. The building win .cost, exclusive'-of wiring, heatirig and so on, about $210,000. If every announced discovery of gold ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1894

DR' CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant* 40 Y2ARS THE STANDARD. A BOY'S LETTER. Written From Boarding School to His Dear Mother. The London Spectator prints the fol­ lowing genuine letter from a school­ boy to his mother: "My Dear Ma—I nright to tell you I am very retched and my chilblaines is ~worse again. I have not made any progress and do not think 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, lie has now borrowed my watfch to make a water wheel with the works, but it wont act. Me and him have tried, to put the works back, but we think some wheals are missing as they wont fit. I hope Matilda's cold is. better. I am glad she is not at schule. Hi ink have got consumption, the boys at this place are not gentlemanly, but of course you did not know this when you sent me here, will try not to get bad h...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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