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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 May 1894

:4'- TT^ 4 $ !-4'K VOLUME III. ALDER had begged me to give him a bed for the night. He was going to a ball that evening and had business early the following morning in Berlin. He lived in such an out-of-the-way suburb that it would be quite im­ possible for him to go home to sleep. 5 was only too delighted to be of ser­ vice to him. Although I could not of jfer him a bed, it would be easy to im­ provise a shakedown on which he jpould have a few hours' rest. I set to ffrork at once and did the best 1 could pFor him, using a bundle of rugs for (the pillows and my old dressing gown ifor the matress. When Balder saw it lie declared that nothing could be more to his taste. It was long past midnight when I /was awakened from- a refreshing sleep by somebody fumbling with a key at the lock of my door. Several ibungling attempts were made before the key was fitted into the lock suc­ cessfully. At last Balder walked into jny room. He presented rather a com­ ical appearance, with his crush hat...

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. — 26 May 1894

ir «HF, COOK GOBNTY HERALD SUCCESSOR TO THE GRAND MABAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OP COOTC COUNTY. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MI&N., ifeAY 19, 1894. JPRINCE AND FLOWER~SELLER. 'Anecdote of the Father of the Prea ent Emperorof Germany. A pretty story of the late Emperor Frederick is told in one of the German papers. Sprpe years ago, shortly be­ fore the death of the old Emperor of JjSermany, a tall, handsome gentleman (jumped into a third-class carriage of .a local railway at Berlin just as the .train was leaving the station. An old -flower-seller with a basketful of newly cut hyacinths was the only other oc­ cupant of the compartment. He asked the old dame to sell him a bunch, and mollified by his suave manner, she chose the freshest and largest and handed it to him. Its lgrice was a penny, but as the gentle jnan had no coppers and the old •Woman no change, not having sold ^any other goods yet, she was paid /with a mark piece which, sh...

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. — 26 May 1894

4 ,5 I -tOGAt-AND-STAT-E NfiWSv J. A. Tucker returned from Duluth last evening. *f: John Howenstine returned frorn Du­ luth Wednesday evening. Road Commissioner LaSage is out with a crew of men repairing the county road. ,*r C. S. Preston arrived from West Su­ perior last Saturday- to spend the sum mer on his claim, Rev. father Speckt spent several days in town this weeki vleaving on the Dixon Friday evening for G-ran'cl Portage. J. C. DSwkina and Sam McClellan leave toda^' tdt West Superior, after vis­ iting their claims in the Gunflint dis­ trict. Eight fisher ill en arrived here on the Stewart Tuesday morning from Duluth, and are now busy making preparations to start into business. Our genial friend. Perry D.Martin, re turned from winter quarters Wednesday evening to spend the summer on his .claim at Mt. Ashbury. We will hereafter receive mail from Two Harbors twice a week, every Sun day and Wednesday, the Dixon having entered on her mail contract last Wed­ nesday. M. Sarazin, Jo...

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. — 26 May 1894

am Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair* 'DR.' CREAM BAKING vwm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure A railroad through the sea to connect Brighton with another English summer re­ port, is building. A City With a Big Pay Roll. The monthly pay ro?l of Great Falls, Alont., the copper and silver smelting and manufacturing center of "The Treasure State" is over $200,000, a large sum in these days to put in circulation every thirty days. Great Falls has the finest water power in the "West, and with resources of various kinds at its doors, is destined to be the Lowell and Worcester of the Northwest. Write to Paris Gibson, Great Falls, Mont., tor printed matter and other information. The four equal arms of the Greek cross symbolize the gospel preached in the four quarters of the globe. Proof 'k: toi Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret ton Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Women Dealers in Real Estate. "Lucky real estate speculations are toot confined to men- in Pittsburg," s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 June 1894

'U v'v •v r. -•LX. VOLUME III. RUPERT'S RETURN." Five minutes ago I drew the window curtain aside and let the mellow sunset flight contend with the glare from the girandoles. Below lay the orchard of Vernon Garth, rich in heavily flowered fruit trees—yonder a medlar, here a ,pear, next a quince. As my eyes, unac­ customed to the day, blinked rapidly, the recollection came of a scene forty five years past, and once more beneath the oldest tree stood the girl I loved, mischievously plucking yarrow, and, despite its evil omen, twining the snowy clusters in her black hair. Again !her coquettish words rang in my ears: "Maka me thy lady! Make me the richest woman in England, and I prom­ ise thee, Rupert, we shall be the hap­ piest of God's creatures." And I re­ membered how the mad thirst for gold filled me how I trusted in her fidelity, and without reasoning or even telling her that I would conquer fortune for Jher sake, I kissed her sadly and passed into the world. Then followed a compl...

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

JSP 1 ,-v "V r?,r^Tv Cf -C $1 ***'O?-*'* V" CtiRI8. MTJKP§T Pob^ihejf.f* OP^IOIAL PSPJtR OF COQK CQUIfTY. Veins, 91'.00 a Yea? in Advance?. OS4^DIASm:^[I9M,. JUNE^ 2,-1894. Timber Land. Act June 3.187S*Notice for cation.—IJ, 8. Land Offlc? Dulutb Mian, Man Notice ishereby-glveri thit 4 a cnml tbe provisions of the Act or oongresi of jude 91878 entitled "An act for-the sale pf timber,.. lauds the state*, of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington TMTitory*" "n» •mended by1 act of Atfgust 4, '1393, Jo&ft Ektand of• West Dulutb. v. iountyof8t. Loulfe State oftM'nnesota, has this tjay fifed in this office hi? Sworn statement No. 4689, for thephrcfcasedt tots 6. 7 and 3, sec 22. lot 'f.WciW, *nd tot 3f sea 37,- twp 82," ranpe 4, and will offer ptoot'iQ: show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim yte said land before^ the register and receiver of ithis ofllce At Duluth,- Mluu., on Monday, the 30th day...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 June 1894

LOCAL AND STATE NEWS. Dr. Mayhew left for Duluth this after­ noon. Auditor Fisher and S. A. Fullerton Visited Duluth this week. There will be a tribeting df the board pf county qotn mission^s Celt Friday, John tflv&hg leaves today for his kOBi$ in West Duluth after HpSndinjf Sijt Weeks *n his blaim nbrtk fc)f toWii. Gujjfc DIFOD'S houefc ahd ttthef build­ ings haProwlv gscajpdd iiSing bnl-nad yea terday by the test fiifii whidli ar«j rag­ ing Hbrth of !b#n Judge A: iDisIi&tjy Wood pilled thiro' towii bn th8 DixoH Sunday Svoniri^ ian foute to dkica^d isSjr, where hfc will spend a bdlifcle of months on his dlaith. John JLi Simmons shook hands With his many friends at thS dock Wednes day Evening. He was on his was to Chicago Pay to spend a couple of days trout fish­ ing. The first meeting of the board of di­ rectors ot th^e Cook County Ro Im­ prove ijdJHit Association will be l$id at THE HsiRaLD office next Wednesday af­ ternoon! Passengers from Dtiluth on the tiixon last eveni...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 June 1894

It is a fact that certain envious manufacturers of Baking Powder, who lacked the temerity to even place their goods in competition with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder at the World's Fair, have, since it closed, advertised that they actually received an award. To an enlightened, appreciative pub­ lic, comment on such an unfair and reprehensible act is quite unnec­ essary. fe *r DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is Foremost Baking Powder in all the World The iT World's Tribute to jr Dr Price's Cream Baking Powder' Highest Award, both Medal and I. Diploma. 1893 World's Fair Medal and Diploma AWARDED TO Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder The highest award was given on every claim, comprising superiority in leavening power, keeping properties, purity and excellence. The verdict has been given by the best jury ever assembled for. such a purpose, backed by the recom­ mendation of the Chief Chemist of the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., who made an elabor­ ate examin...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1894

•V VOLUME IV. DE TRIMBLIN KNEES. TROUBLE THAT COTJUD NOT BE CHARGED TO GRIP. Brer Goodcn's Interpretation of Toothache Symtoms—Tlie Boy Who Didn't Catch a Rabbit and a Love Story—The Gal's Answer. "She look prim," said Mary Janes, ''dat she do. I dunno what ails her 'pearance, but somehow she sorter dif funt f'om de turr 'omans on do place. Nobody ain't got nuthin' 'ginst her 'zactly, but she so sot in her ways dat I ain't gwine 'sturb her. Ef I wants same sweet baslin an' thyme, an' sich like, an' balm an' sage to set my gyar den wid, I ain't gwine arter her ter 4ix fur 'em. I doan like a nigger 'oman whar wears glasses nohow. Dey al- Mrs. Lvmpstin's Conversion. todays 'pears to be tryin' ter see more •dan dey kin see. Now, dar's Mis' De monie Lumpstin, whar got a joke an' E laugh on de eend uv her tongue, an' bit 'pear like I somehow got better 'pinion uv myself when I gits in her •cump'ny. She de kind uv pusson whar heartens me up, but dat terr 'oman's too uppity an' too bigoty f...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1894

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. CHRIS. VUBPHY. Publisher. OFFICIAL PAPSA OF COOK OOONTR. Terms, fl.oo a Year in Advance. GRAND JlARAIS, MINN., JUNE 9. 1894. limber Land, Actjtine 3. l8ft.-*Notlce for Publi­ cation.—U. 8. Land Ofllce DtklUth Minn, March 34* 1894. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the: provisions of the Act of congress June 8 187a entitled "Anact for the sale df timber lands in and act of "»iauu ui Treat Duluth. ^°UI^7 bf Minnesota, has this ?i£& JR °®^e Ui^i sworn statement No. H»Mor thJ,purchaae df.locs 6. 7 add 8, sec 22. lot r*n?e 4,and land sought is stone than for V"»V» Mb I'Ull of JdlV, 1891. Any And all persons claimi-i* adversely the above described lands are requested to file their offlce on ot before Said Soth day of JUly. 1894. fe N Johnson, Atty. timber La A Taylor, Register. 5.26 Imber Land, act jane 31878.—Notice for publi £?.«.• Ofllce, Duluth Minn, March 34,1894. .Notice is hereby given that in compliance wltlk 5*. pn?7As-118 °r tbe "ct of co...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1894

LOCAL AND STATE NEWS. A. DeLacy Wood and wife were in town this week. Dr. Mayhew returned-7 from Duluth .1 Wednesday evening Fires are raging hi Cook countyr and doing considerably damage. -",y. Hon. S. G. Gomabock and brother are •ieitora. u»fe$ the $«^rt.of.p. W, Smith. They arei'making a trip to the interior. Fred Jackson's sbiiifing countenance was to be seen oii the old' stamping ground yesterday. Why "smiling? (The ••boy, of course.)^ -f i... The board'of county commissioners are in session, Numerous petit ns are in for road'B, showing that ..the grangers .-need better access to their rms. County AttoVney Davis cume down from Duluth Wednesday evening to at­ tend the meeting of the county commis­ sioners, returning to Duluth today. The petition of the citizens of Hovland township for 1200 to improve the county roads in that township was grant and the work ordered done under the super­ vision of the town board of supervisors. C. A. Nelson arrived Wednesday even­ ing with the tug...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1894

'-v THE CHIEF EVIL. WTio lets mad: passion His acts control Doth thereby fashion A ruined soul. For every mortal Himself, alas! Set wide the Portals Where he will pass. As sight and blindnes9 Are far apart, So wrath and kindness AHect the heart One leads to sadness And loss and pain, And one to gladness And good and gain. Surely, the devil Appraiseth still, As his chief evil, Man's own self-will. LIGHTLY'S SUCCESS. tiow lie Combined Hypnotism and •Literature, but Overshot tlie Mark. When I went into the club the other night, I found Lightly .turning over the pages of a Christmas number of All the World. His face would hare af­ forded a fine study for a picture of contentment, and my first thoilght was that he must hart an article or story in the magazine. For Lightly is some­ thing of a writer, and whenever he gets anything published—which is not very often—he bores us all for weeks after­ ward, telling how it happened. As soon as he caught sight of me, he beckoned me to his table, ...

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. — 16 June 1894

THAT WISE WOMAN. It was a wintry evening about fifty years ago. The snow had ceased for a little while, but there was evidently plenty more to come in the dull gray clouds that hung low over the moor. A little cottage stood all by itself, the snow thick on its low thatch behind it stretched the lonely moor, with a few old oak trees on one side of it, the outpost of the forest, which showed a dark purple line against tlie* horizon. Outside, all looked dreary and desolate but inside the cottage it was cozy enough the fire was burning with a clear red glow a great tabby cat was lying in front of the warm, red bricks, purring drowsily and an old woman was sitting in a big wooden armchair, her hands folded in her lap, her head poked a little forward, her dark in­ telligent eyes looking into the lire. On the shelves of the little corner cupboard behind her stood long rows of bottles and jars containing ointments, nettle tea, elderberry wine, cordials and medi­ cines, for she doctored 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. — 16 June 1894

1# 3 :to m?,.: ri FPHFI EOOK- COUNTY HERALD. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPER OP COOK COCJCTY. Terms, J1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. Ml'JTN. JUNE 16. 1894. Timber Land, Act june 8.187S.-»Votice Act ro- Pabli, cation.—U. 8. Land Office Duluth Minn, March 34, 1894. . Notice is hereby given that in com-n'iance with the provisions of the act of congress june 3 1878 entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of Oal-forni*, Oregon, Nevada nnd .Washington Territory."*as ame I 'vt by act of August 4, Tohn A Eklunl of West "'iluth. county of St bonis, strte of Minneso a, has this day filed in this oflce his sworn itemunt NTo. 1688, for the purchase of ots 6. 7 an 1 -t sc 2'2. 'ot S, sec 23. and lot 3. sec. 37, twp 62, ran-e 4. and •will offer pro if sho fTiat the land sought is :more valuable fo- It* tinb-r st i. than for igricultu-al p'i poses. in1 toes abli his claim tn sad land before th^ reipst'ir nl r«c iver iihis offleeat Ouluth, Mian., on Monday, the 3...

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. — 16 June 1894

1 fcOCAVAND STATg KEWg. John Drouillard was in town a few €»ys this week. -Ajf J. S. Kelly lias departed for l^ie farm in range 4 wept. The assessment tfook is in, 1 fand worl( ip well lore's Dr. Mayhew?mad®& flying'Ttri^'tb PBrfc Arthur tjiis $£ek. *!. .'. Mrs. Win. Fisher, with'lie! little scoop, catches rxiany figatap. Sheriff ^ilsai* was in town on business the first of the week. .f Fishing is picking up, and fairly good catches are now reported.' With 1 CHJS'isstie THE'COOK COUNTY JiMatD bfegiiis'on the second year of its /existence •v Fog0st firda are not &s'-threatening as they were a few days since—at least in this vicinity', The.Graad Marais hotel has been dor ing a fair business lately. It should, for it is a well kept hostelry. ,C. W. Sinith of Minneapolis, who has been looking oyer his interests here, left for home Monday evening. John P. Taylor of West Superior came down on the Hunter Sunday evening to look after his interests here. C. J. Johnson made Grand Mara...

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. — 16 June 1894

""~8*slr OUT OF THE STORM. With fierce gusts tire wind sweeps across the ocean, lashing the mighty billows into fury and hurling them with thunderous roar upon the shore. And far out at sea shines the light from t!hat grand old tower which has braved a thousand storms. However furiously the huge seas dash at it, leap­ ing madly to its very summit, shaking its rocky foundation, still that light seines brightly from Eddy stone's tower. But upon this stormy night, though the light reveals the peril, a vessel is striving in vain to avoid the jagged rocks while each moment the light grows more hopeless. The group of fishermen watching upon the shoro know that her death is very near, though they are powerless to aid. On­ ward she is hurled toward the rocks, round which the sea is a seething mass Of foam then she is still the waves leap madly over hex-, crushing her to pieces in their fury. Even when the night has grown too dark to see the vessel, the fishermen remain gazing across the sto...

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. — 23 June 1894

73 7 VOLUME IV. TOE WOMEN RIDERS. HOW TO ride: safely and in PROPER FORM. Hints to Those Desirous of Indulg­ ing in a Health-Giving and Enjoya­ ble Pastime—Tlie Proper Seat and Position of the Hands and Leg's. Untold pleasure and benefit may be gained by women from indulgence in the healthful exercise of horseback rid­ ing, and this fact is (becoming more generally appreciated every year. A •morning or afternoon spin on a lively horse is equally enjoyable to young Correct Left Leg and Heel. and old, and the increasing number of those who habitually take »,d vantage of their opportunities in this direction affords constant evidence of beneficial results. Judicious care is necessary in determining the age at which children may safely be allowed to indulge in the sport, proper training in the funda­ mental principles of correct riding be­ ing essential. "How Women Should Ride" is the title of a recently published book which embodies some good ad­ vice to parents, with simple and ex­ te...

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. — 23 June 1894

Sft' THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL pap BR OP COOK county. Terms, $'1.00 a Yea* in Adrance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN. JUNE S, 1894. Timber Land, Act jane 3. IS?#.—Notice for Publi­ cation.—U. 8. Land Office Duluth Minn, March 24. 1S94, Notice i* hftrpby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of congress jime 3 1878 ^entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in 'the state*,of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as ame i.ed by act of Ausrust 4, 1^3. John A Eklutid of West Duluth. county of St Louts, statfe 6f Minneso a, ha* thia day filed in thi» office his sworn s-atement No. ,1688. for the purchase Of lots 6. 7.and R, sec 22. !ot S, sec 28. and lot 3. sec 27. twp 62, ran^e I. and will offer proof io show fUiat July, 1894. 3 Timber the latid sought ia more valuable for its ti nb-r or st i? than for 'igrienltui-al pu Doses, atidtn en'abli his claim to sad land before the re*i8t-r recover this office at Ouluth, Minn., ou Mond...

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. — 23 June 1894

*2jr V" I 1^ still OP LOCAL INTEREST. Yefe just U-atch onr smoke, we said. AuditorP isher went tp Daluth Thurs­ day afternoon. John P. Taylor left for West Superior oh the Stewart Wednesday morning. Win. Howenstein and John Swanson of West Superior came up on tne Dixon Wetkiesday. Major Sears, of the United States civil engineers' corps, made aa official visit to Grand Marais this week. S. 0. Murphy of Thy West Duluth Siin arrived last night for a few days' Visit his brother, ye editor. Andrew Christianson of Hovland vis­ ited in the village a few days this week, and left yesterday for Duluth. Capt. H. J. Redmeyer launched his sch6otief, the Emily,—which ha&bdenion the dock for repairs—yesterday. Mrs. C. S* Durfee eam« down from Duluth Wednesday to look after the planting- of her farm down tfife fake.- The popular steamer Dixon is again making her .regular trips after a lay up of several weeks caused by the breaking of her crank pin. J. Lewis of Virginia was a passenger on the D...

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. — 23 June 1894

Fashion and Fancy. WyFipi FOR THE FAIR SEX. ENTERTAINING GOSSIP FOR THE WOMEN. Women and the Law— Artistic De sisningr—Aluminum Strip* in Dress Skirts Cleaning HI nek Gootls Man-made law lias not been unfair, of late, at leasts to women. A liusband* cannot dispose of liis wife's dower in liis lands without her consent. A wife can sell her lands and give absolute title thereto without the consent of her husband, just as if she were single. A husband can be made to pay for necessaries supplied to liis wife. A wife is free from such liability for her husband's needs. A wife's dower right exists with or without a will, and can­ not be divested without her consent. A wife can will away all her lands and all lier other property without making provision for her husband. Women debtors against, whom legal judgments have been found are exempt from the execution of such judgments in cases which, so far as men are concerned, are limited only to those who are house holders. Married women have br...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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