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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 July 1895

Jti&5S3£ fSBJ COOK OOUfJTY IISBAL.D, OFFICIAL PA?EI OF Coos COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. $1.00 a Yearin Advanc,e. GRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY 13. 1895. JHepeating, witli sligkt variations, ex­ periments first Hiade by S.crope, M. Stanislaus Meunier has obtained results iwliicli possibly furnish the key to the ^origin of the puzzling formations seen pa the moon. Plaster is mixed with water containing a little glue and the mixture heated over a gas flame until foiling commences, when the gas is suddenly turned off. and the mass is .allowed to cool undisturbed. By vary­ ing the consistency of the paste, M. Meunier has obtained many lunar featu­ res besides the intermingling circular cavities produced by Scrope. The cen­ tral peaks so common in lunar craters sre reproduced perfectly, even to the characteristic of somewhat less height generally than the edges of the craters. The artificial craters further resemble the natural in tending to form in groups of two or...

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 July 1895

^22 OF LOCAL INTEREST. John Steve hap been ill during the past week. Tj. and -W. Tanks left for home Tues­ day morning. John A. McFaiiand has been ill during the past week. H. Mayhew returned from Duluth Sunday, evening. J. C. Kelly left for home on the Dixon Tuesday morning. Olaus Jacobson returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. C. S. Durfee sold his farm last week to Minneapolis parties. County Surveyor Olson went down to Hovland Wednesday evening to lay out­ lines for road improvements. The Stella, an Ashland pleasure yacht, arrived here Sunday with a party of pleasure seekers. She left for Isle Royal Tuesday morning. County Commissioner Engelson came .down in a sail boat Sunday to attend the commissioners' meeting. He return­ ed home on the Dixon Tuesday morning. Hans Wanneboe and family arrived from Duluth Sunday evening in his tine sail boat, the Nornen, after being on the way eight days. They were accompanied by Mr. Wanneboe's brother, Peter Wan­ neboe, who has a homestead 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. — 13 July 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—World'# Mr DR. VW£j W CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pore Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Am rem Ammonia, Alum or any other adultennt 4Q YEARS THE STANDARD. New Cuffs and Collars. Collars and collarettes are a special feature of the new waists and supply all the trimming for many of the pret­ tiest. They are made of both cotton and linen batiste, very sheer, trimmed with Valenciennes lace and cut in various shapes to form a yoke effect, sometimes pointing down to the belt front and back. Sets of cuffs and collars, with point­ ed or square tabs to fall over the neck band in front or turn down all around, come in great variety to wear with different gowns, as was the fashion years ago. Convenience. "Nothin'," said Meandering Mike, "illustrates the grand economy of na­ ture like a shad." "It's a purty bony fish, though," re­ plied Plodding Pete. "That's jes' it. When ye sit down to the fish there it is full o' toothpicks •waitin' fur ye when ye've finished ...

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 July 1895

».*v 'V iff VnLUME IV. BEN'S EXPERIMENT. r(5'f IS STRANGE what different esti­ mates people will put on a man's character, accord­ ing to the eyes with which they may view him. In the opinion of some a Benedict was a gentleman, a schol­ ar and a philan­ thropist \vhile others, quite as "vfrell ifualifiedto decide, wondered that such ®, monster was allowed to walk the «arth 'unchallenged. jpor 'bid Ben Benedict was just the 'Bort man to provoke and please in Alternations—a human March day, with ^Streaks of sunshiny and chilling gusts -sandwiched through his nature. "You will be sure to like my uncle, darting," said Hugh Benedict to his young wife. "He is eccentric, but he is sterling." Rachel did not answer, but her blue eyes were wistful and full of perplexity, •Uncle Ben, whom she had never sefcn. but of whom she had heard much, was ito her an inscrutable riddle, whom she feared more than she was willing to acknowledge. For Hugh's future de pended to a certain extent upon Uncle Ben...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 July 1895

fHS CpOK COUNTY HERALD. OPJ-DCIAL PAPEI OJF Coot CPPKTY. •eH^S/MUBPHy, Editor and jEj'opjriefcor. TeriQB. 81.00 a Year in Adyance. C'iRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY ?0.. 1895. Fag End Foolishness. Dr. Max Nordau, a learned German *f the Jewish race, delivered himself 1*OBIQ t.line ago of a salty soreed against the universal degeneracy of mankind at the close of the nineteenth centpry. Morality, religion and intellect were .afflicted with a poisonous miltjew pre­ vious to dropping to pieces through decay. In every aspect in which you pould view him the fag end of the jcentnry man was a bad lot, quoth Dr. Nor dan. Immediately on the pub­ lication of his bilious ebullition Nor ,dau was attacked by critics on all .sides. They argued away the slimy ^reen and yellow fiction of the time and stood up for the march of progress all .along the line. Now Dr. Max comes back at his critics one and all and de­ clares more vigorously than ever that the human race is tobogganing down Jiill to destruction at...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 July 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Ole Gunderson went to Duluth Tues­ day. Miss Carry Branes retarded from jDulubh Sunday evening, G. S. Preston left on the Dixon Paes day morning for Duluth. Treasurer Johnson left on the Dixon Friday morning for Duluth. Frank Johnson returned from a trip to St. Paul Sunday evening. Godfrey Montferrand eame up from •Grand Portage in his sail boat Thursday Martin Moen came down on the Dixon Sunday to visit his homestad at Chicago Bay. HaDS Wanneboe and family left in their sail boat Sunday morcing for Du­ luth. O. H. Heath, of Ithaca, Mich., arrived in town Sunday evening to Jook over his real estate interests. S. L. Phillips left for his home in Sfc. Paul Friday morning in responce to a letter received stating that one of his children was dead. M. L. Vaillard has found tetanns antitoxins to confer complete immunity for 4 to 6 weeks, but it does not arrest the established disease. County Attorney Martin left on the Dixon Friday morning for a couple of weeks visit wi...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 July 1895

ah W IS 4, A Beggai Is of but Little Account to an Interviewer. I must say that his statement of his own case is usually, incoherent, and sometimes even a little fabulous. The poor fellows have very little imagina­ tion or invention they might almost as well be realistic novelists I find that those who strike me for a night's lodging, when they stofo me in the street at night, .come as a rule from Pittsburg, and are ironworkers of some sort the last one said he was a puddler, "A skilled mechanic," he ex­ plained—"what is called a skilled me­ chanic" and, of course he was only watching for some chance to get back to Pittsburg, though there was no chance of work, from what he told me, after he got there. On the other hand, I find that most of those who ask by day for money to get a dinner are from Philadelphia, or rural parts of Eastern Pennsylvania, though within six months I have extended hospital­ ity (I think is the right phrase) to two architectural draughtsmen from Bos­ ton. The...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 July 1895

V°LUME IT. FAMOUS NAPPY LEON. '&VHB MARIS MCL//E- PRE THAN A dentury ago, on the picturesque island of Corsica, in the Mediterranean, in a certain comfortable barnyard, a fat and handsome hen sat upon a baker's doz­ en eggs of her own laying. Her hus­ band, Sieur Bona, was a cock of quiet, Tespectable habits, never known to in­ dulge in wordy controversies through the fence-palings, nor in crowings and -challenges of his neighbors. Since his marriage to his spouse, Dame Letitia Bona, he had not fought a single duel, which, considering the times, was a re­ markable circumstance. Dame Letitia, I fear, did not yield that respect to her lord and master which he deserved for often when he came bringing her a particularly juicy worm from the garden, a delicio1'^ grub, or some kernels of corn falle:«-oe tween the bars of the granary, she would reward his attentions by so sav­ age a peck upon the head or so fierce a pluck at his gills that he would be fain to retire with a squall. Dame ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 July 1895

•$& Si -I I -.- I. OFFICIAL PAPSI OF COOK.COUNTY, 0HRI§. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY 27, 1895. Will Vote the Bonds. At least THE HERALD takes it for granted that the people of Cook county will, at the election to be held August 5th, vote in favor of the issuance of bonds tor road improyement purposes, It is pot to be gainsaid that improved roads ^tre muoti needed. Absolute necessity Remands our favorable consideration of the proposition to issue bonds. Good roads should as far as possible lead, not follow, civilization. Thepe is no influ­ ence that would be BO effective in settling up the county as good roads. Instead of the transitory sojourns upon our pub lio lands, better means of travel and communication would bring bonafide settlors to replace the claim shanty with permanent and substantial farm im .provments. This it seems to us is an important phase of this important ques­ tion. The issuance of bonds appears to be...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 July 1895

~Uiv V"- OP LOCAL INTEREST. Register Tucker is in Duluth on bus­ iness. Mrs. Fisher is on the sick list this 4his week Dr. Mayhew returned from Duluth Wednesday evening, Mrs. Clous Hanson arrived from Du­ luth Sunday evening. Treasurer Johnson returned from Du­ luth Wednesday evening. H. J. Bedmiyer of Gross Biver was a ^visitor in town this week Ole Gunderaon returned on the Dixon Sunday evening from Duluth. County Commissioner Soott's youngest .child has been ill for a few days past. The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Holte has been dangerously ill the'past iJEew days. Auditor Fisher returned on the Dixon yesterday morning from a trip -down the shore. County Commissioner Engelson came idown on the Dixon Sunday evening to .attend the meeting of., the board of .equalization. John Jacobson Sr. came up from Hov land yesterday morning to appear before 'the board of equalization and ask an .abatement of taxes. The County board of equalization have been in session all this week. There -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. — 27 July 1895

Awardc* Honors—WorM*# Pdf« Dlt- MOST PERFECT MADE. *t pare Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frt loan Ammonia, Alum or any other adultenot. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. AN IDEAL FARM. 'Fourteen Varieties of Crops in the Place of Wheat. General Freight Agent Moore, of the Northern Pacific, has been searching many years for an Ideal Western farm, and "thinks he has found it. He has made a •deep study of the diversified farming ques­ tion, and his ideal farm Is cultivated on ine 'broadest diversified plan. It belongs to George M. Bennett of "Westport, Minn., on the Little Falls & Dakota branch of the Northern Pacific. Mr. Moore has recently sent letters to various prominent farmers •oa the line, asking them to what extent 'their crops and products are. diversified. What the ideal farm, ideally diversified, ^really is can be best learned by reading Mr. Bennett's reply, which is as follows: "Answering your Inquiry as to what I am -doing by way of diversifying my crops on Westport farm, I wish ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1895

•\v 3\u pi§ •V- 'V' lT\ VOLUME IV. WASHITA'S GOLD. LD JONAS and his companion, Robert White, had strayed away from the mining1' camp and were alone in a wild, desolate part of the Rocky Moun­ tains. Jonas was an old time miner, and knew the mountains as well as any man living. Robert White was merely a boj-, and ••a comparative tenderfoot. It was the noon hour, and the two had •halted to partake of their small store of rations. They had been eating for several minutes in silence when at last Jonas said: "Looks kind o' discouragin' at the present writin', don't it?" "Rather," Robert replied. "We've been away from camp a week how," Jonas went on, "an* though we've put in the time steady lookin' for Old Washita's great heaps o' gold, we hain't seen no hair nor hide of it so fer." "No," Robert admitted, "and it be­ gins to look a little like we were not going to see anything of the kind." "It does look a leetle that way, fer a fact," Jonas agreed. "To my mind the chances air that the bl...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1895

•f-. sag 7EEE COOK'COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPBr OF COOK COUNTY. £HRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. S1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. AUG 3. 1895. The Paradise of Women. It is toot miywherein civilization, not even in America, according to Mr. H. fielding a •writer in Blackwood. It is an heathen Burma. There woman is jjn absolutely the same footing as man 'in all that pertains to law and eustom. ,There is not a single law that does not tear equally on man the same as on Women. Men have never tried to'' boss'1 them or to say what was fitting and what was not fitting for them. "No ar­ tificial ideals from long past ages have jbeen held up to them as eternal oopies. It has been left to their own good sense and to the* eternal fitness of things to •(determine what is womanly and what 'is not." The result is, says Mr. Field­ ing, none is more womanly than the ^Burmese woman, "none possesses in jgreater strength all the nameless attrac­ tions of a woman." In the higher...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1895

18 fr s/ Mayhew "went to Duluth. yesterday. CoL Oolvill returned from Duluth ^Wednesday evening. Begjster Tucker returned .Wedneday evening from Paluth. S Barney McCoy was, a visiter in town a couple of days this week, Miss Carrie Brunes of Hovlanfevisifced ...friends in town, a few days this week. A party of, twenty-one settlers came .down on the Dixon Sunday to visit .-their homesteads in the Hovfand district. tW: V.' County Attorney Martin returned ,Wed^aday" evening from a visit with Relatives in the southern 'part of the state/ Mrs. E. B. Smith left for her home in New ^Orleans yesterday morning after a couple of months visit with her doughter Mrs. J. E. Mayhew, and family. She was accompnied to Duluth by George and Ella Mayhew. Hon. C. P. Maginnis of.Duluth visited Grand Marais this week on a business trip. He brought back with him a quar­ ter pound raddish which grew in Court House square with which to confound all enemies of Cook county farmers. Hartly, the young son of Mr. ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1895

iTV»£ I A Sif Kill i:- i: •I 1 VWK ^^feSt^-Vv A FCV Awarded, /, mghMt Honors—1World'* Falii •DR.'<p></p>VWCfjr CREAM BAKING proton MOST PERFECT MADE. fMVe Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. ffret fain Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Restless Children. The movements and habits of a young baby seem so strange to us be­ cause they are different from those made by adults and because they are so uneonseiously performed. Joy is expressed by muscular movements, by wriggling of the hands and toes, or by convulsive beatings of the arms when it is small, by "jiggling" when it is larger. These movements are expres­ sive of Joy because, to any animal of highly developed muscular energy, movement is absolutely essential and particularly pleasing while stillness is the reverse. It is muscular excite ment,chiefly no doubt electrical, a heri­ tage from ancestors who knew not what it was to be still, that gives that restlessness to children and causes them to fin...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 August 1895

VOLUME IY. I .HERE was six of •us. The sixth was {Ginger. He was labout. 17 years -old, black as a coal, with the biggest jmouth I ever saw, and that mouth was ffull to overflowing with great shining white teeth. Ginger often declared his parents were almost •ffhite, but he had "taken back'.' into the black blood of his slave ancestors. This may have been true, but, as old Zeb Scatterman was wont to observe, he must have "taken back a ^urn long distance." Out on Freshet Creek, in the Black Hills, we struck "color." Freshet Creek, I think, has since been given .another name. To Mike Garrity belonged the honor 'of discovering that the southern bank of the creek showed "sign." But it was Big Ben Harris who found the entire Bide of the ravine was full of "veins," containing gold enough to make us all rich, if it could be taken #ut. Then we held a consultation. Just above the point where we had made these discoveries the puny stream dropped from a high f^ll. "Ef we only hed plenty of wat...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 August 1895

ante TiiE CQOE: gqunty HERALD. pypiCTAi, P4?8F OF TOo' the :th«t Cooiv :and W lb County. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor andProprietor. Term?. $1.00 a Year iji Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN". AUG 10. 1893. eootc County's Cojx plaint. The p«i^e bfJook Couiity are going tp holft ao 0l(6ption o» ipgnst 5th to vo'e i^rianfeie of -fcptida' for road iitiV 'tfrovepaietatf pni*pogep, which prompts tha ©fcAKtr Marais HbbaiiD to say: ^Thfe '^6nhticeA of fafads-appears tb be the'only ^ay by tfhich this county o^n get the tdofts that orast' be 'had to'do the'work is" needed' upon the'roads' of the county. It iff tnie 'that there is a per •|gd4ent u&proveuient fund' in this state •jijtinded by the act treating it to bfe -tised for yoad and bridge' building in the froat&f coanties. C6ok county is eati 'tied to" a share of this.1' Cab we hope to Ifjet it? We'should-say not. Yott all te i^enabei the result Qf cai*' efPort^la that VKrefcfci&n last Wfot&y when tl*6 cotroty 'attorney was sent to St...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 August 1895

0 'fo .Col. Oolvill w^t to Duluth Tuesday. fv ^HvL^Phillips returned from Jit. Paul ^dnesday evening. Mayhewrelurnedfrom Pu- jlnth Sunday evening, kife-• Treasurer Johnson .returned Sunday je^e,n,ing from JDulutH. ^rs.fphro.Holte retjirned from Du- Wednesday evening. Dr* May hew returned on ^he Dixon $ a in ^Elans and ^.ndrew Holte returned .frc^^poipth Sunday evening. $Iis8|?&se $&ai?phy arrived from West -Dujutb Suod »y even|ng for a week's vis­ it with her brother, Chris., and family, .Mrs. Dan'l BeBt, of Ashland, arrived here Wednesday evening for a yisit.with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberg. Jas.Campbell jyid family of Dulnth «mved here in their small sail boat .Tuegday after being ten days on the »vay. Mr, and Mrs. Q.J.Johnson of St. Paul arrived on the JDixga Sunday evening lor a couple of .weeks' stay in .Grand Maraia. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Howenetipe and Mrt. John McLaren came down on the Dixon Sunday evening to remain here during berry season. County ^Commission...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 August 1895

is? tl :1 S* SI I 11: Si sr I I 1 1 $ lx-M Awarded Highest Honors-—World'# Pair* DR. CREAM pom MOST PERFECT MADE. 4t pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Crei tpffi Ammonia, Alum or any other adulteiant 40 YEARS TH« STANDARD. Women at Chess. For the first time in the history of •chess, there was contested yesterday a bona-fide match by a club team of lady players. They represented the newly established Ladies' Chess Club, And their opponents were gentlemen from the Metropolitan who yielded the •odds of a knight at each board. It will be interesting to feminine play­ ers to learn that this first public match of their sisters was marked throughout by the most pleasant and •courteous demeanor and bearing be­ tween the ladies and their opponents. Play between S p. m., on fourteen boards. Some of the ladies had, to strike their colors very early through falling into palpable errors in the openings others, however, defended themselves moi*e stubbornly. Mr. Marsden, the honorable Secretary o...

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. — 17 August 1895

"2k VOLUME IV. M- JUST BEYOND THE DOOR. •On the threshold baby stands Holding out her little hands To the great world just beyond, Just beyond the door. Ah, that door! It shut her in From the pleasures she would win, And within her baby heart She is saying, o'er and o'er, SDhat some day she'll ope it wide And step forth to see in pride That great world she longs to see More and more. iA.li! my baby, in your eyes I can see the longing rise That I in my heart have seen Once before. Only this: To step outside, Join the hurrying human tide That goes marching daily by, Just beyond the door. May you find it just as grand .When with them you really stand As you think it is, my child, Looking o'2r. May you never wish to be Just a little child, to see, Not to do just to gaze with longing eyes Just beyond the door. THE LITTLE MADCAP. •I ll il ^.W \X~Ztgyr By Emily Barton. Philip Darke was the owner of one of the finest country seats in Wiscon­ sin. There were verdant meadows, ro­ mantic vales...

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