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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 July 1893

SPEED ACK0S8 THE SEA. DARIUS DAVISON PLANS A VESSEL, TO SAIL SO MILES AN HOUR. tt Is to Be 1,000 Feet in Length, With Extended Buds That He Claims "Will Give Buoyancy and Break the Force of the Waves. The plans of men of ideas in these days of large projects on sea and land create no surprise, but those of Mr. Darius Davison for a 1,000 foot vessel to carry passengers and freight is •ahead of anything yet proposed by ma­ rine architects or proposed by practi­ cal builders. There is his scheme, however, so much i&att, to the lay mind as well as the scieaatlflc .expert, appears worthy of trial that he has found many ad­ vocates who are warmly seconding his 'efforts to build a new ocean greyhound. He is. now organizing a company to iput Ms iplans into execution. Should •they"be carried out with success the re­ cent trials of the Paris and Campania would sink into insignificance. Mr. Davison is a man well along in year's, which he has spent in the study and practice of naval and mar...

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. — 29 July 1893

rcrK.siUKWK' rtiTSsig GRAND MARAIS, MINN., Give Cook Qounty. more oads we will have rrfG^sett^rs. Times quiet in the (Jus F})$t Lake region thisj summer. *s Washington Bay people expeqt a rail­ road to tap that rqgipn next summer. J' While i|i Duluth this week we had occasion to transact some land loudness with ou? genial old friend, Hon. ^,. *R. ^VTcDonihd, and found thatgqntleman £s busy 'as a bee in conjunction yrith his pvely partner, J. £. Ppifsons, Esq. Mr. M. is dburtppus jtrfd f^ajale at all times, and is certainly one of I the mopt able land attorneys at the head of thef lake1. He is deservedly popular with north phorjs settlers, and he invariably gives prompt and careful attention to all jbiisine3a broughj before him ilwhile his bhargesare just' and reasonable. The &rm oi 'persons'^ & McDonald can well feel proud of tkeir record, and numerous settlers remember their wanv acts of kindness with profound gratitude. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. Ludvig Eliasen and Postmaster O. Br...

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. — 29 July 1893

fettM 'V J1S pimmm-- LOCAL NEWS Mrs. S. B. Swank day from an extended' in Cloquet. last Sun ith friends Prof. Garel, of St. Paul, is rusticating for a couple of weeks in the cool atmos? £here of Grand Marais. A. DeLacy Wood, Jr., took Fred Jack (3on's place at the 6*ule during the lat ter absence in $wo fi arbors. -A, Ddlady Wood visited Duluth this Vre8k: Whild there he filed oh a very Valtiablb pieclfe ttf land at Washifigton fi&y. The work of dredging the harboi- has been resumed $9,000will be expanded on the work this season. Bjr Working 16 nours a- day they expfect t& complete the job in about six weeks Bernt Jacobson, Emil Eliason, and Ludwick Eliason, i: Chicag8 Bay Fred Jacksoxi, of the Brule, and C. S. Durfee, Gust Olsdn, JoHn Morrison and Dave Carriboo df Grand Marais, were on the petit jury tit Two Hdrbors last week. When oden lose their \^ay they are very apt to trdvel in a circular direction. In that way they may return to the same lake several times and immagin...

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. — 29 July 1893

mfi -&• a I ..? feu. "V '£&£&• lite SO1 /1 1 ~vv 1 A Baking Powder of Surpassing Cream MAILED TWELVE YEARS AGO. A Postal Card. Which Reached Its Foreign Destination After a, hong Delay. A postal card which has been to Europe and come back has just been turned in at the postoffice department in Washington, to give the officials there a chance of discovering who is responsible for its long delay in trans­ mission. It was mailed in Washing­ ton late in December, 1881, addressed to a bookseller in London, directing him to send to the writer a large num­ ber of books which were even then suf­ ficiently rare not to be readily accessi­ ble in this country. The card reached its destination late in May, 1892. The bookseller, apparently without notic­ ing the disparity between the date written on the card and the date of receipt, filled the order, after taking time to hunt up the books, which, in the course of ten years' interval, hgd grown still rarer. The surprise of the author ...

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. — 5 August 1893

FAREWELL. farewell, dear Heart, il thou must go :Far out into the •world. I know— And I'm sustained by the sweet thought— Thou can'st not go where God is not, And so, Farewell! For God Is goodness, and God reigns. Yea, everywhere—on Southern.plains, 'On Northern hills—mid winter's chill Mid summer's brightness, there, yea, still He reigns. Farewell!. On land or sea, in peril drear, In calm or storm—in all that here On earth oan fall—Oh, happy thought, Thou oan'st not be where Go,d is not. And so, Farewell! —George Newell Lovejoy. A SHORT EtOPJIMENT, .*• Mr.,Arthur Anthony, "aged 26. jun­ ior member of the firm Anthony: & Son,-was a peculiar man. Though possessed of a. broad education and high culture, he-waS known to but few people and understood by none. His manner of life- was simple but very regular. He talked little but thought much. In his thinking and studying he had arrived at conclu #ions similar to thdse held by most students. He put those conclusions into practice, how...

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. — 5 August 1893

-|vr' I 1tf f- I* 1 &r-. 'f&: COOK COUNTY BUOCSeSpB TO-n-t THE GEAND MABA|S PIONBEB. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., AUGIJ8U 5, the man'y gehiuB Sexioo, in -J*. A CHANGE WITHOUT $ CHANGE. WhSiTMonroe Nioftqlls ^ot the Ibounq from the office of register of tfcp land qf­ fice his triads, and he has mamr, mo^rh "this^Mt public loss," anf tHSy lift ind did not hel&tate tp say, l§ the mos$ {approved roundabout $nd poltjte fashion it was doubtful A! hik'* £lace couitj be filled. Therefore, the official concjuci if his successor,"Hon. Taylor, had been patched the' mor^ carefttlly a$3 me friends of the latter fi$ve the gueat Satisfaction of being abjg to say—admit fnitting all the ac^usatiqns of greatness &ad4 ^against the "former incumbent that the change must have been with­ out a change for' cOiirtjtey, capability, industry, impartialty' and energetic watchfulness of the public interests characterize thd present administrator if the 9^.oe of register of the...

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. — 5 August 1893

.=gg LOCAL NEWS ITEBS. M". Probeck Visited Duluth, last week. Adolp]i (JlarJson visited. Duluth'tibia $reek. v. Dave and. Swamper Csriboo returned from Duluth Wednesday. Misses Ella and Carrie Mayhew are visiting friends in Duluth, 1 T. W. Mayhew and J. A. Tucker re­ turned from Duluth Wednesday. Auditor Fisher kas'been slightly i^n der the wegithgr for the past' few days. Alex. Moliean, of Duluth, is spending $ couple of weeks' vacation at Chicago Bay. -7V-' John and Wm. Hqwehstine are ex­ pected to arrive from Duluth tomorrow Evening. 600 cords of Cedar, worth $12 a cord, were destroyed by* the forest fire at £jedar Camp ohis week. Niel Boie and Qapt. Qillis came down from Duluth Wednesday to look over th»ir interests at Chicago Say. Mrs. Mattheson, of Duluth, came up Jast Sunday for a couple of weeks'visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson. I Capt. John Mattheso^ stnd First ^ate Jos. Pawkett of the tug J. H. Upham made this office a call last evening. Messrs. Lewis, Smith and Ernshaw ...

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. — 5 August 1893

-eaase SHeA.IUED tCgc isca* the first time but it was pleaded i£feafe 3L dealer would be justified in fiEUng &aeh an order in spite of the an Cujtnty of the written date, because he IffiocsM itave a right to assume that his ^customer had himself been careless AZ&oot elating the card, a slip of the- pen 1S91 read 1881. The New "York Evening Post thinkg that the "caLrtl must have got into the old post ofiEce in Washington, been postmarked oral then lost, slipping possibly into one off the many cracks and crannies that office. When the office was moved from its old and shabby quar­ ter into the building it now occupies seme one doubtless came across the cscsd, and, not noticing its date, dropped SSL into a mail bag bound for London. "T&s rcspomability for the accident is -«ri-psioasIy past fixing, and the book sse&ec In London and his customer in America will have to settle their dis pst» without the assistance of the post •^.ofi&ee department. Too Trivial. ""Jadge ...

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. — 12 August 1893

1'*$ Wgjp sKr Ar\ a. \8i rK*r f, 1 t, i«« ""4, •PSf' :r ,' •.,. v-.^ VOLUME in. EVENTIDE The sides jre crimson o'er the wold,: Bring back the wanderers to the fold, From pastures wide. ., The calm ol eve steals over all, While fitful breezes rise and .tall, As if they sighed, ....- .. & Afar, the chim? df tuneful bells 1 Are uttering their soft farewells For eventide. Sweet babes are cradled iiito rest, Ere dies the crimson in the west, Calm, satisfied. Oh, tender is the gift of sleep. And silence and the shadows deep At eventide I—Sunday Magazine. CHANGE OF BOLES. '.££T"v Xou might call the Mil anything .you choose—ridiculous, antiquated 'in spirit, grasping in its post-mortem desire sto Ifeep the hav4-earnedjaoney togethermore -fit- for a toeiaarchy and its systems o£ entailed property than for: a free-Tepublic. But the facts of it remained." Old Selah .Meadows had had a stiff-necked will of his"own in liffi^a^d:a stiff-necked will (in •another se^se)' he exhibited afte* Ms de...

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. — 12 August 1893

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. 8UCCEB80B' THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEEB. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. GRAND MARAIS, MINN,, AUGUSU 12,1893. THE Review of Reviews for August "maintains its tone of sharp actuality, This magazine seems to hold the most intimate relations with almost every­ thing and everybody in all parts of the world. Its illustrations and its bits of summary discussion put its readers into harmonious acquaintanceship with near­ ly all that is worth remembering in the events and the discussion of the preced­ ing month. The Supreme court,' Judge Stein pre­ siding, held the world's fair directors guilty of contempt last week for closing the fair on the Sunday previous, when &n injunction against closing the park Was in force. Gage, Hutchinson, McNally, Kerfoot and Henrotin were sentenced to a fine of $1,000 apiece, Davis §250 and Lawson $100. The fair will hereafter be open on Sundays, it is supposed, but with no special bid for attendance. No BICH man ever gave so largely feithr i...

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. — 12 August 1893

fit* lis -. ft-'ltN: "H ^v •S H, LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. erry t). .Martin is in Dulpth on bus ine&s. r: 11 We publish this week a report of the proceedings of the cpWty board of :„•:Equalisation. —*. John Howeiistme came .down from lutfe Sunday Accompanied by h. Steiiii icnptz of Ohio, who catae up to look over .. iiis claim near Bice lake Quite a number of pur citizens accept­ ed Mr. Swank's kind invitation to free ride on his'tug, the Eliza, which left yes­ terday" for a trip tp Duluth. Wm, Howenstine, Dan. Spillane §nd £!cl. Devanny arrived on the i)ixon Wed­ nesday evening and left Thursday morn­ ing for a4trip into the wopds. The Land and River Improvement company, of Superior, has filed olaims for $117,610 against the estate of Francis fl. Weeks. The dlaim includes moneys advanced, notes taken up and $75,000 bonds not accounted for. 1 Last week Frank Carlton was Chloro­ formed* at Deer River and robbed of $212 by a man named Frank White, who took the morning's train south. On ac...

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. — 12 August 1893

Too Trivial. "Judge Chase of Vermont was a maa -of excellent sense, and a great stickler tor the dignity of courts. At qob A Baking: Pnritr of Known Purity aq| Surpassing Excellence Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Many marvel at its rapid strides in popularity. The *cause is its marked superiority over every other leavening -agent. It is a. pure Cream of Tartar Powder. "Works quickly. .Makes the finest flavored, most delicious and wholesome food, "Whitest flaky biscuit, lightest and finest griddle cakes and Wastry and cake that remain moist and sweet. MAILED TWELVE YEARS AGO. A CaTd Which Beaehed Its Voretffa Destination After Long A pastal card which has been, to and come back has just been •tonw^i in at the postoffice department ta Wasiun^ton, to give the officials 'tlfcece a diaace of discovering who is xasjjonsiMe for its long delay in. trans fms&ian. it was mailed in Washing tflft lajte in December, 1881, addressed a bookseller in London, directing Ckim to send to the writ...

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. — 19 August 1893

l- "15*^ 'N\ •4 WHAT: A WORKING WOMAN LEARNED FROM A VISIT. From the DIniry \Vorltroom to the Splendors, of Jackion Park—Beau tie-* iu Architecture* and Hanili work That Elevate the !ttlnd. I am a hard-working and hard-worked little seamstress and I shall neve? see my fortieth birthday again. I have never had any fun all my life since the days when. I was too young to hold a needle. Even then- I ujsed to wipe dishes when other kids Were playing tag and sliding down cellar doors. I have always known that, there were lQts of good times in the world if I could only ''be in 'em," and I have 1 grocery shop underneath, where they were never very, careful about their rotting vegetables, or perhaps she might have got well. But folks like her and don't count much in. this world. "56n^WaV§f inuch 'chance to start With, and our show peters out into a pretty slim thread before we get through. I've often thought while was gathering one of those long ruffles W3 put on a nightgown, and chanced to ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 August 1893

0* $ Tv V, -j fie, V^?&QJJJ.T-Xrt LX ,¥-t IjP^ ft. wf: if, ak. ¥*, •^-—SUCCESSOR 1 THE GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. CHEIS. MURPHY, Publisher.' OFFICIAL PaPIJR Op QOOK COUNTY.:^!" i^GRAND- MARAIS, MINNr, AtJGUB^19,1893/. OUR neighboring counties SHOULD OL^ low the good example set by this Couuty invglving the men who are out of em frloyment !Tvork on ^e county :roads. jThis is a s||ep in the right direction and baa which, if taken by- 'other counties, would alleviate muchof the suffering reported, and at the same time be the Ibeans of securing better roads-which are much needed in eyery county in northern Minnesota. Godey's Magazine for September, pub lished August 15th, 1893, will contain a Variety of matter, and many" attractive faatiire. First comes tfye complete novel Si's Daughter, by Frederick B. Mott iihis is a strong and dramatically told Story of western life, and is superbly il­ lustrated by Geo. Wharton Edwards. The Woman Question in Japan is a timely illustrated article by 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. — 19 August 1893

Auditor Fisher is in Duluth. JohnHowenstine \$eftt to Ihi|uth yes­ terday, •. ,? $ The dredge ^po^t 8 ^dyp inoroo j, *1 •*««*»anin Wm. HoWenstine and Ed. Devanny ^etjlrnqd to Difiutlk O&e&d&y.' A-ndrew Christiansen of Washington Bay visited ±)uluth-last week, Mrs. a SDurfee returned Wednes day, evening fr6m a couple of weeks' vis­ it with ffiendsin Pnlutti. a 1 4 __ We are pleased to learn that Capt, Mathison's wife,. who has been seriously ill in Duluth, in improving. S. B. Swank's tjjg, the Eliza, Returned yesterday from Duluth, where she was taken last week to have grates put in. Judge Ensign came down on the Wed­ nesday boat for a couple of days visit with the Messrs. Mayhew, returning to Duluth yesterday. Dr.- Rockwell and W. J. Holmes of West Duluth passed through here on the Dixon Sunday evening en route for Lake of the Woods. Mrs. Wolberg Mattheson of Duluth, who has been visiting the family of M. Johnson for the past two weeks, left for home yesterday morning. M...

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. — 19 August 1893

MAILED TWELVE YEARS AGO. a Pwfeil Card Wkleb Reached Its V«refs Destination After a Long Oelay. A postal card which has been to Esrope and come back has just been tszsed la at the poetoffiee department Eje Washington, to give the officials times a chance of discovering who is responsible for its long delay ia trans cmssioa. It was mailed in Washing toa late in December, 1881, addressed to a bookseller in London, directing Mm to send to the writer a large num .&er of books which were evea then suf (SsieRtly rare not to be readily accessi­ ble In this country. The card reached igfis destine Hon late in May, 1892. The bookseller, apparently' without notic­ ing the disparity between the date 'written on the card and the date of receipt, filled the order, after taking times to hunt up the books, which, da. the course of tea years* interval, «£&&£ grown still rarer. The surprise -off author of the card may be iruag •Snaed when, so long after having con -cisidfid that the deale...

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. — 26 August 1893

'W*' 0b- —X *^.4»'#yf V- 'm us -.V 3£HHKr*awW£* VOLUME III. J"AEM AND HOUSEHOLD. THE ADVANTAGES OF IRRIGA­ TION IN CROP GROWING. Water Available When Needed—To Keep Slillc From Souring—How to Manage Cat Worms—About Tomatoes, Sheep Shearing and Household Helps. Irrigation, The more we observe the effects of Irrigation as relating to farming and the production of crops the more we become convinced of its advantages, and that it might be profitably em­ ployed in many sections where such assistance is unthought of. One point must be conceded and that is, that moisture is an absolute neces­ sity in crop growing, not only to start the seed into vital activity, but as a medium whereby the soluble elements of nutrition are conveyed to the plant itself. While it is true that an excess is objectionable and hurtful, it must at the same time be remembered, that the want of it, is also iully as damaging to the growth and development of a crop. The advantage of using, irrigation water is that its...

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 August 1893

p. THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ——StJCCBSSOB TO——i TVT. SHAND MAJRAIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL. taJPER DP CO02 COUNTS, GRAND MARAIS, MlNN.t AUGUST 26,1893. TTTTB coUiltry has a hundred million bushels of wheat to sell and the crops •fcte flhoft abroad. I^rv has been said that the closing of "th& fColorado mines was "a blufE with a 3?iui:iicle on top( In other words When the mines shut down the agents advised the m§h to get out of the state—no tell1 irig when there woiild be any mOrb Work* *Ten thousand men scattered through the country, out of & job and hungry, telling people they met that this is what "\ve aire all coniirg to unless We have free %il^er—and they could, say it, believing it implicitly—would be a more powerful appeal than any the silver lobby could ^nalie SBLF18HNES3 BEWAftPED. a GriwJy Vrottlef WM Forbei td to Yle&ft tk« gaafe. The subjeot ef tfce ethics of polite hew »9 manifested by traVflOn la -yielding or wtoaiiiiBg t&eir ocr »«&...

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 August 1893

"S —T LOCK OEM.GRANT'S pin Spillane left for Duluth yesterday piorning. v„ Gust Olson ygf^jeed from Duluth Sunday evepirtgj v 0. C, Monkey pi Buluth is visiting his claim on Hapie Hill, nr .. if .-: Register of Deeds Tucker is rusticat­ ing bn his elijm n«ar Gimflint. "t -i .1 '•.K- And1tor Fisher left yesterday for his claimdn the vicinity of Rice Lake. Anil-pound giil was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Scott on Tuesday last. Kate Antiquet leaves tomorrow for a visit yrith fr'ends at Fort William. County Commissioner Montferrand was in1 town a couple of days this week. N. Probeek, B. Whittemore and Paul Morrison visited Dulutlilast week. 'Pa pMessrs. Peck and Pirie returned to W Super'or yesterday after a week's sojourn on Mr. Peck's claim. Rev. C. C. Salter of Duluth enjoyed a couple of days trout fishing at the Dev IPs Track the fore part of this week. The celebration of the extension of the Duluth, Missabe & Northern rall road into Duluth will be held on Labor day, Sept. 4th. We...

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 August 1893

MAILED TWELVE YEARS AGO. A Postal Card Which Reacbed Its Foretga Destination. Alter a. Long •Delay. A postal card which has been to f&XDspe and come back has just been -taE&ed in at the postoffi.ee department ia. Washington, to give the officials tfass a chance of discovering who is responsible for its loay? delay in trans­ mission. It was mailed in Washing­ ton. late in December, 1881, addressed tx a bookseller in London, directing Mm to send to the writer a large aum tier of books which were,,even then suf­ ficiently rare not to be readily accessi­ ble in. this country. The card reached fits destination late in May, 1S92. The bookseller, apparently without notic Eng the disparity between the date 'written, on the card and the date of receipt, filled the order, after taking ftime to hunt up the books, which, £n. the course of ten years' interval, efisul grown still rarer. The surprise of the author of the card may be imag­ ined when, so long after having con­ cluded that th...

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