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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 February 1895

iw."- ISS te I SF" fC- HRK THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, S1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., FEB. 16, 1895. ,Tnn ber Land, act June 3, 1878—Notice for Pub- 1 ligation.—United (States Land Office at Dnluth, Minn., Doc. 18, 1894. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of of the act of congress of June 3, lKftS, entitled "an act for the sale of •timber lands in the states of California, Oregon Nevada and Washington territory," as amended by act of August 4, 1892, Andrew Anderson of Puluth, county of St. Louis, state of Minnesota, has this dny filed in thia office his svrorn state •mcnt no. 24i5, for the purchase of the BlA of'swM of sec 15 and lA of nw)i of sec 22, twp 61 north •range 3 west 4tb p. m. and will offer proof to show that the land sought' is more valuable for itp timber or stone than for agricultural purpos­ es and to establish his claim to said land before 'th« register ...

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 February 1895

MM4 '$•' *jr I if.J- fr -Sis- •t»4'- #., &?' & v« ,w itf A. *ff & tii to, receive a visit this week nrotti Rhody Kennedy ot 61-4#. Persons McMald, well kfiowa .Duluth fend attorney itfre tooved their ThVfastest tract, or v'sthu#ftaway" telle, as it is called inthe vernacular, achievement in But now this the World's record had been 'distanced by a tnan 'oh a wheel', John & J6hnsoft, who did his straight 'away mile in minnte 35 2-5 seconds. This is iiow tiie World's record for the Straight track bicycle mile. The wheel knen long ago dist&ticed the trotting horse. Now thep put the ruiner behind theni .. .: t, soning a prince or an empress does not knake any noise in China. New York will spend the silent Watches 'of the iiight gnashing her teeth and muttering how that she finds she has only 9-, 000 more Registered voters than Chicago has. The liveliest, most hustling aind ka­ leidoscopic political campaign Colorado 4has'ever 8 passed through was that of this fall, an...

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 February 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—World'# Fair. oa VWCO W CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. 4 pare Grape Cream of from Ammonia, TartarPowder. Frei Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. .Freckles ami Carrots. T' ere are two kinds of freckles, sun and constitutional. T!h.e first comes from the sim, last all summer and dis­ appear at the approach of Jack Frost the others come from a superabundance of iron in the blood or a bad condition of the liver. Citric acid, applied to the "pinches of Phoebus," is recommended by reliable authorities. No harm will be done the face even if they do not come off. The discolorations will wear off as the weather and the sun cools, and a diet of carrot is said to assist nature. Nothing will do away with the constitutional freckle but a blood purifier or liver reform. New to Him. Hungry Higgins—This here piece of paper says the dryest place on earth* Is down in Egypt. Weary Watkins—So? I 'lowed it was right here under my vest.—Indianapo­ lis Journ...

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 March 1895

fi $ VnWME III: OF 4S OLD o^pHAnp. -Good is an orchard the saint saltti To meditate on life anddeath, With a cool well* a hive of bees, A hermit's grot below tile trees. Good is an orchard—very good, /Though one should wear- no monkish hood. Right good, when spring takes up her flute, And good in yellowing timi^.of fruit. Very good in grass to lie And see the network 'gainst the sky, A living lace of,blue and green, And boughs, that let the gold between. The bees are types, of souls that dwell With honey in a quiet cell The ripe fruit figures goldenly The soul's perfection in God's eye. Prayer and praise in a country home, Honey and fruit a man might come Fed on such meats to walk abroad, And in his orchard talk with God. THE LONE COBVETTE. "Poor Ted, poor Ted! I'd give my "commission to see him again." Capt. Richard Debney, of the British Navy, commander of the man-of-war Cormorant, was entertaining some friends in the harbor of San Francisco, and the talk turned upon "Ted" Deb­ ne...

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 March 1895

•,L .J »i ^»»w.wur.ri[,. 2ISS OQO£ COUNTY l£ER£.L.D,. "BnerAt-PAPS® ^CQO^GOC^TY. CH$iLSA MU?P»¥/E^£»t awl .^prietor. Apropos of -the loss of the Elbe and the experience of La Gaeoogne, the Review of Rwiewa for March' calls atten­ tion to the xjoioparative estfty, under or­ dinary conditions, of ipaodern ocean travel I the editor's opinion the New York or 43hicage suburbanite incurs greater risk vof accident in going back and forth be­ tween office a*id home during fleven or eight coQseeutive days t&*n does the passenger on the Atlantic ferry.. The extreme cold of Astern Siberia— where., jut Werchojan^ a temperature of •90.4 degrees below aero has been record­ ed—is attribtttech to the fact that the at­ mosphere isnot influenced bythe oce^n depressions and'a high pressure pre* vails, with clear weather and great dry oess. There is no wind. In the dear .•atmosphere heat is radiated away rapid­ ly, and the masses of cold air are impris­ oned by the high mountains to the south :«nd ...

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. — 23 March 1895

OP LOCAL INTEREST. *Wori$ on ,the" Hoveymioe wasreeumed Honday. 1 t*ir John Uronillard returned from fi[ov land yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson visited on -Maple Hill a few days this week. :John Enckeon arrived from WeetSu jperior Taesday to spend a few days on •his .claim. G. A. Fullerton and EEans Holte spent Sunday with their families, returning to .their work near Washington 'bay Mon .day morning. The residence of Jas. Morrison caught jfire from the stove pipe this morning but the fire was-ea&ingutehed before any eet ioujft. damage was done. Word has been received from Wash* ington that no action will be taken .in the matter against Begister Taylor of the Duluth land office. Commissioner Xamoreaux says that the charges have been investigated and. nothing to war­ rant his removal has been found. Oust Olson, a Cook county farmer, bought a fine looking horse here laBt week, and on Monday he started for hi* home near Grand Marais in a two-wheeled gig. He needs the horse on hi...

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 March 1895

Honors—WorM'« pmm MOST PERFECT MADE 4 pwe Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. At« tan Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. RUBIES AND SAPPHIRES. Che Same Stones, Ooly Colored. Differently The finest "pigeon blood" rubies come from Burma, those from Siam or Cey­ lon being too dark or too pale, and the Montana stones being cloudy and brown. A perfect one carat specimen may cost $600 while a diamond of the finest water of the same size can be bought for $125, says the Houston Post. The rich color of the ruby, a color which does not blacken like the blue of a sapphire by night, is supposed to be due to a trace of oxide of chromium but this is still a-moot point with chem­ ists, and all are not even agreed as to the sapphire's yelvtet tinge. This latter stone is much less valua­ ble than ruby, being found larger and more abundantly. Sapphires really present all colors, the pure white varie­ ty, when skillfully cut, being difficult to tell from a diamond. This decep­ tio...

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. — 30 March 1895

v. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. iWTERBSTING READItfG FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. ladiano on the Trail—Overheard at Noon on the Lawn—The Tony's Horse—Almost a Miracle. While all the Indians are better trail ers thanwhites, it does not follow that all Indians are equally experts. Tho best tribes in this respect are the Dela S? wares, Comonches and Apaches. The best trailer I ever saw, says a writer in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, was an Apache who was in the employ of the government during the Crook campaign in the Southwest. During that cam­ paign a report came in that a band of Indian raiders had made its way down the valley, almost under the very noses of the troops, and had robbed sev­ eral ranches, killing the settlers. In order to successfully movfe against the Indians in that country it was neces­ sary to march at night, 011 account of the warnings sent ahead "by signal fires. A troop of cavalry and company of in­ fantry were sent out after the raiders as soon as night came. All that day the Ind...

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. — 30 March 1895

H. yaa CQOK (JOXTKTTY HERALD. OFPIPIAI. PAPEI OF COOK GQPNTY. CHBIS, MURPHY, PDITQR &I)D Proprietor. Terms, Sl.ftp & Year }n AdyaQca. GRAND MA RAIS MINI?. MARCH 30.1895. Goyemer Glough has Binned the Sohtip. fnier bill, whioh provides for a vote by $he people as to whether a person shall be entitled to vote until he becomes a full fledged citiasen. If the amendment is earned no foreigner can vote in this state until he has lived in the United jStatea five years and has taken out the necessary papers. We believe the am? endment will be adopted by an over, whelming vote, irrespective of rape orepd pr party.—Monticello Tipaes. How willing most of the legislators appear to be to take away from the people what little they possess and give jt to the corporations who already have a grasp on so much. How much easier it is to give away the state royalty on iron mines than to compel the railroads to reduce their rates to an equitabld basis.—Biwabik Range. It will be noted that the Bri...

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. — 30 March 1895

OF LOCAL .INTEREST. Treasurer Johnson left for Duluth Wednesday, v. Dowman returned Wednesday from a month's Btjay in Buluth. County Commissioner Scott and son, Benny, left .for Cross river' Wednesday evening. C. Ai#uUerton, Hans Holte, 8. Jentoft Olo Gunderson and Barney McCoy came up from Hovland Monday. There has been a number of changes made in the Dixon's crew for the coming season. The position of chief engineer will be filled.by Jas. E, Evens, and that of second engineer by Con Nicholson. Captain Hector and First Mate Clauson have been retained their respective positions. The F. B. Anderson, of the Booth fleet, will remain at Isle Boyal this summer and will take supplies at Washington Harbor. She will take up fish around the island for the Dixon, the time of which is to .be shortened, and will carry tourists. Senator Spencer's district contains about 228,000 acres of untaxed railway lands. In spite of this he had the nerve to say that the present condition of things was all r...

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. — 30 March 1895

Awarded Honors—World'* Mr* DRf CREAM BAKING mm MOST PERFECT MADE. pon Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frtl tan Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. RUBIES AND SAPPHIRES. fhe Same Stones, Ooljr Differently Colored. The finest "pigeon blood" rubies come from Burma, those from Siam or Cey­ lon being too dark or too pale, and. the Montana stones being cloudy and brown. A perfect one carat specimen may cost $600 while a diamond of the finest water of the same size can be bought for $125, says the Houston Post. The rich color of the ruby, a color which, does not blacken like the blue of a sapphire by iiight, is supposed to be due to a trace of oxide of chromium but this is still a moot point with chem­ ists, and all are not even agreed as to the sapphire's velvet tingle. This latter stone is much less valua­ ble than ruby, being found larger and «iore abundantly. Sapphires really present all colors, the pure white varie Vi when skillfully cut, being difficult to tell...

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. — 6 April 1895

:r VOLUME III. ON A DESERT ISLAND. The clock had begun to strike the Tiour of nine and I was just preparing "to say: "Billy, it is time little boys went to bed," when Billy anticipated my words: "Did I ever happen to tell you," he asked thoughtfully, "of the time I was ~npon a desert island?" "I thinkt not, Billy," I considered. "Was it while you were a pirate?" "Oh, no it was entirely a separate affair, the desert island adventure. It was nearly about the same time, how dyer. That is, it was either just after or just before I was a pirate. I sup­ pose I had sained quite a taste for the -lea at that time," remarked Billy, mod "I went to the Arctic regions," too, you know. I often thought what a lonely life those sailors had who were oast upon desert islands. Then they liad a whole island all to themselves, ijobody to tell them that they must go to bed—" here Hilly gave me & reprov- Ug glance— "or that they must get up, that they must wash their face and Ipnds, or must go up stai...

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. — 6 April 1895

THB COOK COUNTY. HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP (eroa6,derelictB COOK COUNTY. /CHRIS. MUEPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance. GRA-jfD MARAIS MINN. API$L 6. -1895.v Home pride will cot justify .stealing $ropa ,our neighbors to adorn the walls ,of osr mm mansion. And municipal­ ities -and states aretobe controlled by ,the Bame spirit as are the people of which they are composed. Ordinary vigilance would prevent nine .^tenths ,of the bank .detaleatioaa. Bat i*he vigilance which does not see any­ thing suspicions in the personal depos­ its of a$1200 cle^k reaching #57,000 in single month, as in a recent case, &s ,not ordinary .it's extraordinary. Did the -soa of the late Som Houston wean to Qon^ey a hint ^hen he presented -to the.city of Cincinnati the dagger that Santa Ana surrendered to his father,? Uf so, which Ohio i?pan 4oes he wish it .used upon? All maritime nations spend money ireely for the removal of derelicts frocd* •the .«eas of commerce but nobody seem...

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. — 6 April 1895

OF. LOCAL INTEREST. J. G. Kelly of Bice lake is in town. Ben Gwatkins arrived .from DulntH '.Monday, .. Jos. GW^&HIS:AND 'a MT.^Gibson ar­ rived from Duluth Wednesday afternoon. One quaprel in a church does the «church more harm than a dozen of the most successful evangelists can do it good in a year. Some people are too darned mean for .-•anything. Two New York farmers who were buncoed by, a widow actually had "her arrested. Now everybody knows widow's have the inalienable right to ybunco susceptible men wherever they can find them. A carfiboo was cited this morning about two miles out on the lake on the float ice that was being driven up the lake by the northeast wind. He -could plainly be seen trotting badk and forth on the ice and jumping from one cake to another, every now and then gowing down between the cakes into the water. At the time of going to press he was still .. in sight but had drifted about six miles west. It as with much sorrow that we record •t&e death 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. — 6 April 1895

STRANGE 8EA TALES. ONE SEES QUEER THINGS ON THE BRINY DEEP. Calculated to Make a Nervous Man See Ghosts—A Haunted Bark In Demarara —A Ghost From Salvador In the Chain Looker. We were eating dinner one night on the old cargo ship, says a New York Sun writer, and talking of the happen* ings at sea and on shore that are called sup ernatural, when the captain said: "One sees some things at sea not supernatural which are fit to make a nervous man see ghosts. There was that case in one of Green's liners to the colonies, where a man was sent down to clean out the chain locker. The locker had seemed foul all the passage home, and so they hoisted out the chain and sent this fellow down with his brush and soap and bucket, with a lamp, to clean it out. I'll wager he saw ghosts for a year after that, for when he'd got down on his knees to begin scrubbing he found himself bending over the skull of a dead man 'It was most likely a man that had stowed away out in the colony, and had been caught un...

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. — 13 April 1895

ii VOLUME III K5 tXfCttPllt., About twelve years ago a young man climbed tip to tiie top floor of a New Sy*-7 York publishing house and timidly handed the editor a roll of manuscript "I believe," said the young man, "that I've written just what your mag­ azine needs. It's a pretty story of tove, well related, and quite out of the conventional one of the best features Is that IH sell it cheap." "What is it called?" 'The Tale the Terrapin Told,' and Ifs in four chapters." "Leave your address and I will send you a check "O, thnnlr you, a?." "You didn't let me finish. I'll send a -check else return the manuscript" In about a fortnight's time the au­ thor received a package by mail. Upon -opening it he found "The Tale the Ter­ rapin Told" with "rejected with thanlrs" inscribed on the tike .w^re. It was indeed a hard blow to the as­ piring author. His friends had assured him that he had not talent, but positive .genius. He had planned a Zlferary career for himself and his first effort was...

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. — 13 April 1895

W8WSrwffiAiV!|y. .i*1: k'j 1!*^ l^f ^9^p,.C9^TY HIT,fillip. .: xy*|§j^ £a*BJ a» ^Hg.38, SJURPHY-. Editor and fropyjetpr. |J?9rm8, 81.00 a.^(yr in Advance. 1SABAIS gUi^.' APRIL 13.1808, Soipe of the Her^l^Ta exci^.Dge9 sure p^otestinpr agfunst the freqaepfc jun^et ^ng toibiP indut^e^ in by the legislature ibis wjnter, yte a?& tpep .to confers our ^inability to discover wherein tliese pleas­ ure trips redopnd to the state's benefit, jbut at the same time we have rio protest 0 mgke. ^7ith a Amajl might be excepted, the legislation thus •far m|ght bettjer fee left undone. |n fact they do less &arj$* in' junketing t^,sn in legislating.—Grand Rapids Herald/ It was taking carses home to roost yfyen tfep stoejshol.dep? in the whiskey jfcrust were '^oce" out of $5,90Q«^p» al­ though that did not Replace any of the jnillions which the product of the trust Jias taken from women and children. Qenatof $rica and Gov. Mckinley jrere passengers on Jiha first train that arrived in Washington...

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. — 13 April 1895

IN ifj •K. i"d3 fc-lf OF LOCAL INTEREST. H. Maytiew left for Duluth Wednes. ,day .{noising, ,. O. A. Nfllson of L?itB6p flpent Tues^y tfflight iu town, leaving for borne Wednes­ day morning. J. O. Keliy left for.his ho$ae near Rioe .lake Sunday after spending a few days .wUh,frifctids in iowp. Treasurer Johnson returned from Du luth Tuesday and left Wednesday morn. ing for his claim, near GiQe lake. as. Morrison and family-returned this from a month's .sojourn in the woods. Mr. Morrison -is Btill suffering 'from the injuries he received a couple of weeks ago by falling on thoice. The register ana receiver of the Du­ luth land oflKce have^iven notice that townships 153 and 151, range 29, west c#th p. m., will be opened for entry on May 15th and 16th respectively. ?Che JRainy Lake Journal was welcomed to our desk .this week. The Journal is a bright and .pewsy paper containing all the latest news of the new gold region, .and is a credit to the thriving village in which it is published....

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. — 13 April 1895

\s 3C1 Ito feiP-r A 2AL- '^.gy^tV^FTRr-g HAD returned to Paris in search of something1 new. A tour of the provinces had somewhat dis­ heartened e, but still my last franc was not in sight, and I thought I would be able to add to it materially if I eould but find the thing I wanted. Paris did not seem the old Paris. I found some of the fine shade trees eut down where the barricades had been erected, and here and there on the walls of the little houses in the Bue Santierre, where I lodged were the marks of bullets—the scars of the rage of the terrible commune. I wanted a new drama—something that would fill the house and my pockets as well. Just then this new drama seamed a dream, a vision not tp be realised, for some of the finest things In that line had failed, and the dramatists were taking their wares across the channel »nd even to the United States. I advertised for manuscripts in the proper channels and retired to the up­ per rooms to wait I knew it would be a long time before I ...

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. — 20 April 1895

1 •i 1 !fh A, iv. I'f.' P( te: A USEFUL OPPONENT. My lmsbaifd was a gambler, arc em­ ber of a prominent club. Night al'tcr night I was left alone, while lie pur­ sued his calling at the club, presum­ edly a gentleman, yet only intent upon "winning the money of his acquaint­ ances. Time after time I had urged him to give up his despicable business but he turned my entreaties aside by offering excuse^ -which were not at all satisfac­ tory. "We live well," he said, "and I need money to pay our expenses. You are "well aware that when I married you I had no visible means of support, al­ though your parents were laboring un­ der the most delightful delusion that I was am illionaire and a catch in the matrimonial market worth more than passing attention. Therefore, when it came to setting up a house I had to make some money. And money I made by playing cards, which is easy enough when you know A peculiar expression flitted across his face and settled there. 'When you know how,' I suppose y...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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