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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 September 1893

VOLUME III. THE WOOING OF THE^WINP Boae of dusk, didst evert, Regard the sea's refrain? That is no love that never •y Returns with time again. Because I am this'saddest Of things beneath the sun. Because thou art the gladdest, That ever he looked on— 1 Because no ways to-wander Allure tne any more is' TYlth white sea dreams to pemacr All day beside thy door— ^Because there's nota rover: But wearieson a day And not-a faithless loveF-v But sorrow doth repay— I rove the world of .shadows:« :M A wraith of the* blue rain And in the dawn's deep meadowi l* "*•5turn to thee again. —Lippincott's Magazine. QUEER PASSENftEK£ Many. passengers returning from England or the continent, to the United States appear ,to imagine they have "done a. ferilliant th'ing when they succeed in. smuggling dutiable goods through thelpustonr house. If they escape detection, tjttey^congratu iate themselves on^thetf ricfeyernes in outwitting' the:i government. officials but when they are not suc­ cessful and are-e...

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 September 1893

COOK COUNTY 'HERALD. THE GRAND MARAIS £IONEER. CHRIS: MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PftPEK OF 30OK OOtJlfTY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., S^PfJSMBKft 2, 1893. THE Uphaul saW milld, df Marshfield, Wis.,. employing'160f men, will resume Monday, tjftien they olosed'a couple of weeks ago certain papers, including one in Towerj made a big noise about it, piloting the vrorda of the owher to the effect that the men had btist&Tfhd busi­ ness by voting the democratic ticket last fall Will those papers please in* form us if there has been another elec­ tion in Wisconsin to open tho mills,— Bedei's Budget. SOME ISIBW OLD FRIENDS. fhe Story of a Boy Who Stays at of 4 Horn* Nights Now. My father pldyeft a queer trick on i^xe the other night You kriow I used 1$ feel that I Had done riiyaelf an in* justioe if J[ did not go to the theatev About five dr six nights & week. It Wasn't always the theater but if it wasn't that it was a music hall* or per baps a game of cards or Milliards with BO me 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. — 2 September 1893

'Jg^LOCAL NEWS ITEMS, Perry D. Martin visited hiajclaim at -Mt. Aahbury this week/ 8 1 The board of county commissioners' ^ill convene in regular session Monday jnorning. i,\ The work of repairing the county road nfaetwe*n here and Gunflint'was complete pd last Saturday, 22 miles of road being Repaired. Quaker Catarrh Ctlreia different from all othe remedies 'is applied directly to Mat of disease fcnd gives immediate and permanent felief it costs you nothing to trya bottle if toil sat no bo?t3® bU druggists at 60 crt* per John Drotiiilatd afid Adolph Ci&risdn, the popular explorers of Washington Say, returned from I^ujuth. Sunday ev­ ening accompanied by a number settlers. The tug Howard, which is one of the finest tugs on lake Superior, arrived here Sunday morning from Ashland ?vith a party of pleasiirS §§dkerS on board si The Booth Packing company'8dm pletely exonerates ex-dhief Engineer Archie Kelly from any of the charges pf dishonesty broiSght against fiim4y a Puluth paper....

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. — 2 September 1893

Opium a Benefactor. Still another contribution to the Tfpftim controversy is furnished by All OIiaramsL, a Mohammed solicitor of Bombay, a fellow of the university, •ad a justice of the peace. In giving jfus experience to the use Of opium, both 4a Bombay and his native province, 'CSateh, fee declares that,' as compared 'TOtb alcohol, it does not harm at' all. He states positively that' the quantity :taken ^^fo^fouud opium .eaters of from -fifty etgfity yeats old looking robust and ftealthy. He believed the habit to be rooted that prohibition would pro­ duce smuggling, which, in the case of •a drag so small and so desired, could not be suppressed. He holds that its suppression, if it could be affected, v^rould be followed by an immense in «crease, in, the use of alcohol, which, rto all the dark races, is most deadly. They can&ot afford wine, and drink on­ ly to be drunk. There is such an an­ cient and deep-rooted prejudice against the use of opium in Western countries that Mr. Dh...

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 September 1893

I /. hrv"'^ mm Mm- 1K. W w* SI There ate women who are comely,' There pre women who are homely. r,Ve how the latter thing you say. There are women who are healthy, There are women .who are wealthy, 'There are'womea who will always have their .way.,. -1- -•r There are ^bmek whd are truthful, There are women who are'youthful, Was there ever any Woman tfcaV was old There are women who are sainted {There are women who are painted, There are women who are worth their weight in ^old. ... There are women who are tender, There-are women who are ^lentieri There fire women who are' large and fat and red: There are women ^ho are^mfirried,, There are women who have tarrli There are women' who they're dead ed,' talkless^but A MODERN ARDEN. George Crowley, cabinet maker of the firm of Wentworth & Myers, fur­ niture dealers received his pay Reg­ ularly thie first Saturday^ of every month and just as regularly the senior member, Mr, YVentworth, •would say: ,..-V '.'Well, George. sh^l liake out ...

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 September 1893

fBB" CbQK COUNTY HERALD. 4 -SUCCESSOR TO" THE GRANI) HARRIS PIONEER. CHRIS. MURPHY, Publisher. OFFICIAL PaPEK tjF COOK COUNTY. 0RAND MARAIS, MINN., GEPTEMBEB 9, 1898. PHTHISIS AND PURE AIR. Store's Remedies Are tfee Bestfor Fftl $ monary DUeaiea. I have heard it stated that nearly or ^uite all the nuns die of consumption, says a writer in the St. Louis Maga­ zine. Whether thi§ is true I cannot say, hurt it is a well-known fact that very many of them fall a prey to this disease. It is also well known that the inmates of jails and prisons* many of them, die in the same way. I think it is true, as a popular writer and physician has remarked, that impure air is a prime factor in the develop­ ment of tuburculosis. To tell the truth, people seem to avoid: pure out­ door air as if it were poisonous. They take the greatest pains to shut it out o! their dwellings, public halls, churches, schools, places of business, street ears, railway carriages.- thea. ters and other buildings, public or p...

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 September 1893

FV: .is'::- r.r a. kV ftl r- tOCAt HEWS |TEMS» The county cqinmissioness mQt in reg­ ular session Tuesday. Mr. Tackleberry 1 1 of •Jos.Bauer of .Duluth came down on the Dixon Wednesday tcx 'spend a week tn hi* claim. •,. Wed. Howenstiqe pame down on the Sunday jboat rcco&panied Ijy Mr. Qruhi} of "West Superior. /. XJapt. Steyenson and Engineer Flynn, of the tug Howard, jver« welcome callers at this office ^hijrsday. The tug Howard left yesterday morn­ ing for Ashland taking in tow'two large Scows loaded with gravel, We are pleased to state that Miss Car­ rie Mayjiqw» who has been fseriously ill with typhoid fever, is improving. Quite a number of the settlers op Ma­ ple Hill contemplate building new resi­ dences andmakiug other improvements Sthis -fall. S *w!The Nellie Cotton arrived here Sun­ day evening from Isle Koval with a par­ ty of Duluth pleasure seekers ozu board. They visited the Devil's Track Monday and left Tuesday morning for Duluth. Chet Durfee's prodigal pet bear, ...

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 September 1893

food is desired. Opium a Benefactor. "Still another contribution to the pium controversy is furnished by Ali Dharamsi, a Mohammed solicitor of Bombay, a fello^v of .the-university, and a justice of the peace. In giving &is experience to the use of opium, both 4a Bombay and his native province, ,Outeh, he declares that, as compared with alcohol, it does not harm at all. He states positively that the quantity *aken does not increase with the habit. He found opium eaters of from fifty to eighty years old looking robust and .healthy. He believed the habit to be so rooted that prohibition would pro­ duce smuggling, which, in the case of a drug so small and so desired, could not be suppressed. He holds that its suppression, if it could be affected, would be followed by an immense in­ crease, in the use of alcohol, which, 'to all the dark races, is diost deadly. 'They cannot afford wine, and drink on ily to be drunk. There is such an an­ cient and deep-rooted prejudice against use of 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. — 16 September 1893

v. ."Once more along tin rf Tw*ide Arc-i^ow^usBmawtifinr. Otfee nan amour tb( wapdlancls witfft Are robins golly siaftag. Oaoe more (bo wteirrtag corncrake cries Amid the dsw-w»t«kver, O'er woodlaad gi«een»the cuckoo flies, A merry, careless Tover. rhe leafy wapCs ate a^l a-chime, The skylarks'notes are thrilling Once more a alafider, blither rhyme The po^silays are filling A CAPE AQUAKJ2LLE. The steamer time-table said, «'Pas «engersoan land andhave one hour to infipetSt'this typical New England Jtahiag tillage, with its queer rambl­ ing staeots, its ancient houses, its old wiharfs, once the scene o£ activity, now silent and deserted," etc. I #tood at the end of the landing place and looked down the long stteeet-iwith the walk on one .side and the 'hfftfbor'on the" other, then turned and watchedthe crowd rush past to take the town by storm, /staring at the windows of the houses ©verruaa aoiing the quiet little grave-yar d, in­ truding everywhere in fact, doing •everything that rude...

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 September 1893

g- _'rt/,, COOK COUNTY HERALD. SUCCESSOR TO—- TUS GRAND MAR.VIS PIONEEB. f'HRIS. MURPHY, Publisher! OVFIOIAL PaPER OP COOK COUNTY. Gli 1 MARA IS, MINN., SEPTEMBER 16,1898 NEST OP KLEPTOMANIACS. ___ A Chlftagro Detective Retails a Ve*y lifr j. teresting HOmlulacenco. "Kleptomania,'' Baid a detective at the Central station to & Chicago Mail reporter the other day, "id an affliction that is as widespread as it is peculiar. I never could understand why women toho have comfortable homes and are not in actual want—whose husbands would £ive them money to buy things With if they asked for itF-should* for the mere love of stealing, purloin articles often­ times such as they could never use But I'll tell you, the officer continued} 'there is not as much kleptomania as there is alleged to be. The fact is the disease is, nine times out of ten, plain larceny. It becomes kleptomania only when the thieves are detected and turn but to be ostensibly respectable people. I was called into a case o...

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 September 1893

jJiV 1 I 5t A 7:" 4»y W- :S W. .. jK' kr' WSfAi: j#® **«S V^f-ViA LOCAL NEWS ITEMS. T. W. Mayhew is in Duluth on busi­ ness. ^,1 John Howenstine returned from Du W^-Iuth Wednesday. Rev. T. M. Findley, pastor of the 2nd l^eebyterian church, Duluth, is holding &&, ^evening services at the hotel. Rev. Father Gagnon of Fort William '*., .arrived on'the Dixon Friday morning. 'During his stay hero services will be held at Jas. Morrison's residence. John K. Shaw of Duluth who myster* iously disappeared from St. Paul last .November, returned to DulUkh last Monday. He makes do widouiit df his Vanderings. G. W. Turner, northwestern ifian&gdf bf Booth Packing company, and the Auditor of the company, accompanied by their wives* passed through here dn the Dixon Wednesday evening bdund tor Pbrt Arthur. A. DeLacy Wood and family left yes­ terday for Two Harbors.. After settling hiB family there Mr. Wood will leaVe for Montana to look Up a location... THE HEBaLD joins his Many friends i...

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 September 1893

Opfvm a Benefactor. Still another contribution to the Opium controversy is furnished by Ali pharamsi, a Mohammed solicitor of Bombay, a fellow of the university, and a justice of the peace. In giving his experience to the use of opium, both In Bombay and his native province, Cutch, he declares that, as compared jvith alcohol, it does not harm at all. He states positively that the quantity taken.does not increase with the habit. He found opium eaters of from fifty to eighty years old looking robust and healthy. He believed the habit to be 60 rooted that prohibition would pro­ duce smuggling, which, in the case of a drug so small and' go desired, could not b& suppressed. He holds that its Suppression, if it could be affected, would be followed by an immense in­ crease, in the use of alcohol, Which, to all the dark races, is most deadly. They cannot afford wine, and drink on­ ly to be drunk. There is such an an­ cient and deep-rooted prejudice against the use of opium, in Western c...

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 September 1893

y' i.jt' -Iff ft m-: 4 #4 Sg-fc*jy^ "7- EXPERIENCE WITH TR AMPS. Peny Dakinhadbeen eagerly scan­ tling the *!H^p Wanted" columns of the Ially papers for seVeral flays. He need­ ed something to do. Bis. father had 'died after a brief illness, leaving no' property, and a. widow- and two little Slrls, besides Perry. The b5y must care for them. He waa seventeen .years old, strong and active. Perry fa$ed the «dtaation manfully. He had intended to go to college, but lie gave up his high hopes without be­ moaning.. He procured, some good let­ ters from men who Ignew him well, vouching for the sturdy character that he had proted. He was ready to do an£ honest work that a boy Of his years and inexperience could do to earn even a small salary. -One day he read this notice in a paper published in the city where he lived: Wanted—A young man of from eight­ een to twenty years of age for a re­ sponsible po^tionafxnilef from the city. No prev^^itexpl^nce, required. Must come wellvr&ommended as...

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 September 1893

!of "A &V #V Mi .• (iadeyte,Magazine for Ootober, ready September?. 15th,f' is. better -{than qver. The Contents is varied and the illustra­ tions are up to .this"' Magazine's high standard. The complete, novel this! month—the feature of this publication T~is by Sophie Frances Baker and is ^called The Heal Tqm. Brown^on. It is strong in coloring', treatment and plot, jand is brightly and interestingly told. The illustrations are by Ohas. T. Buddi This number a}so contains Th^. Clocks Paris, written and illustrated by El­ eanor E. Greatorex A Princess in Bo­ hemia,, a charming short story by Sewall Read Old prints, a sketch by John Sheridan Zelie, and A Plea for the Play !writer, by Fannie Aymar Mathews. All the departments are .universally inter­ esting and carefully edited, and the,ex­ quisite-water color portraits are those of Mrs. Robert L. Henry arid Mrs. A. Shreve Badger of Chicago. The poems are by Fredrick F. Sherman, Milton poldsmith, 'Harry Romaine and W. J. Hampton, JU...

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 September 1893

4y. Wv BWflj lAugitor Ffchpr is' fy |\Uuth on, tyisi i.~ •$- ••-,'i -. .- I.'.v *, ..-:. \. ness. fcav$been?puflpenc|pd ffct tb^eaeoii^ 1 John Moryieo'n ''-expects• to move to Duluth wlth:iiis. family next week to re niaip'ihere all winter. V- Miss Ella Mayheto is down with ty­ phoid fever from which disease her sis* er Carrie has just recoved. We Were pleased to receive a call on Saturday.. evening last from Mr. Morri­ son of the Duluth Evening Herald and Win. Howenstirie who were aboard the Ossifrpge. H. H. Wilson, the popular sheriff of Lake and Cook counties came down on the Dixpn Wednesday evening to levy on some land owned by C. A. Cook in 83 and 34," 5 west. Jos. Bauer and T. Young oame down from their claims in the Gunflint dis­ trict Sunday and left Ttiesday morning for Duluth. During their lay-over hete on Monday they visited Thompsonite Beach in company with the editor of the HERALD. Indian Agent Mercer came over from Ashland on the Ossifrage Saturday to make cash payment...

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 September 1893

t$PPsK' "Witty •fry ft" |g£s:- SI'V m-f *§t Opium a Benefactor. Still another contribution to the »pium controversy is furnished by Ali Dharamsi, a Mohammed solicitor of Bombay, a fellow of the university, and a justice of the peace. In giving his experience to the use of opium, both in Bombay and his native- province, Cutch, he declares that, as compared with alcohol, it does not harm at all. He states positively that the quantity •aken does not increase with the habit. He found'opium eaters of from fifty to eighty years ©Id looking robust and healthy. He believed the habit to toe so rooted that prohibition would pro­ duce smuggling, which, in the case of a, drug so small and so desired, could1 not be suppressed. He holds that its' suppression, if it could be affected, would be followed by an.immense in­ crease, in- the use of alcohol, which, to all the dark races, is most deadly. They cannot afford wine/ and drink on­ ly to be drunk. There is such an an icierit and deep-rooted pre...

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 September 1893

ife fit X?' v*( 0l W: W€ The sides aTe'crimson o'er the wold, Bring baok the wanderers to the fold, Frofla pastures wlde.. The calm of-eve steals over all, While fitful .breezes rise and fall As it they sighed. gr Atar, the chime of tuneful hell* Are uttering their soft farewells Foremen tide. .• Sweet babes are cradled into rest, Ere dies the crimson in the west, Calm, satisfied. Oh, tender is the gift of sleep. And silence and the shadows deep, At even tideJ—Sunday Magazine. A CHANGE OF BOLES. You fliight call the will .anything you choose—ridiculous, antiquated in spirit, grasping in its post-mortem desire to keep the hard-earned money together more fit for a monarchy and its. systems of entailed property than for a free republic. But the facts of it remained xOld Selah Meadows had had a stiff-necked will of his own in, life, and a.,stiff-necked will (in another sense) he exhibited after his' death, -Hik brother's child and one of his 8isferTb children should marry each •other th...

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 September 1893

1 $• ... 1 --'V k'' pA!,. l' gg!*"+-- ,, ,v, v- THE" CtjOlf C00NTY HERALD, J '. ~.\- S^CC^SQOB TOw '. THE) GRAND MARAIS PIONEER. F?* CHI^ 'frpBPEnr, Publisher r^rr —a1 ,: John FCargill, who made E NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land office at Dnlnth, Minn, August 12, 1893 Notice is hereby eriven that the? following named settler his filed notice of his intention to make final proof in suonort of his claim and that said proof will b* made before the register and receiver TJ 8 land office at Duluth, Minn on November 10, 1893, viz: James A Stewart who made E No 6759 for the neH of sw^ sec 29, twp 65, ranse 5 west Henames the^following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: .J W Cline, Hiram Chadwick.A Kelly of Grand Marais, John Clow of Dnlnth Minn. 1 Jerry Congdon, who made homestead entry No 6687 for the nw5i section 23, township 65 N., range 5 west He names the following witnesses to prove his Aontinuons residence upon and cultivation of 6aid la...

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 September 1893

LOCAL ^NEWS ITEMS -V.-.- .V.J.' Miss RoSie Scdtt is Ul?'' William Howenfitiii^ returned to Du­ luth Tuesday. .7 Auditor Fisher returned punday eve­ ning from Dujuthj 1 Chris. John$on arrived from Duluth Wednesday evening.rto, spend a^ouple ©finonths witttfcis' parents on the west ipide. Miss Mamie Murphy left yesterday for her home in W*st Duluth after a Jmonth's visit with her brother Chris, and wife, Mr. Rising of Milwaukee, who has been spending a couple of weeks here for the benefit of his health, left for home yesterday. John Morrison and family went to Dulilth Tuesday taking their household goods with them. Thev will spend the winter there and return to Grand Ma fais in the spring. The «work of widening the Gunfiint road from Iron lake 4M miles east was completed Tuesday. There is now a good wagon road all the way from Grand Maraisto Gunfiint. Our genial friend Perry D. Martin left on the Dixon yesterday morning for an ^extended visit, with bis brother at Ma zeppa. We hope, er...

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 September 1893

1 fond is desired. Opium a Benefactor. A Carious Fabric. There is a certain dress goods fabric ^manufactured in France under the name of Pilou, or American flannel, which is said to be almost as Inflam­ mable as gunpowder, and extremely dangerous. It is made of cotton, and its inflammability is ascribed to the chemicals with which it is prepared. A French writer says that recently he was dining at the table of a lady who was clothed in this material. In the act of saturating an omelette with rum, to which she set fire with a match, a drop of the burning liquid was spilled on her dress, which in an instant was ablaze from top to bottom, as if it had been made of gimcotton. The lady had the presence of mind to throw herself on the floor, thus putting out the fire with the aid of those present, who smothered the flames with covers, etc. An examination of the dress after the fire had been put out showed that its aspect had changed but little, except that the velvety softness peculiar to...

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