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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 January 1896

T«S COOS COUNTY HBRALP. Omcut PATBJ O.F COOKXtoUHTY. GHBIS. Editor a#d proprietor. .•••*. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MABAIS MINN. JAN. 11. 1808. Wbat Mr* Ashley Would Like. HOD. James M. Ashley of Ohio, once ,|sno\vn nng his familiars as Jim 'Ashley, has such advanced ideas in poli­ tics that it is difficult for him to sympa­ thise longer with the present parties. .'2fe Wants the offioe of vice president abolished, and th9 president and sena­ tors (Edecte^ ^directly by' popular vote vithowt tbg H3t«rve^t?bn of electoral col lege or legislature, and, finally, he -wishes' to see the minority party in every state represented is congress. To this end he 'would adopt proportional representa­ tion. The reforms Jtfr. Ashley desires in augurated are set forth in some proposed amendments to the United Statos con­ stitution, which are giveo in a paper is iThe We demand such an amendment of the na­ tional constitution as shall secure to each duly qualified voter in the United States...

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. — 11 January 1896

OP LOCAL INTEREST. Peter Olson of Lutein was in town a vCOuple of dBys this week. C, A. Fullerton tod Hans Holte left Wednesday ^afternoon forDuluth. Mr. Holte went up to file ona homestead on "Tertaoe hill. Treasurer Johnson left for Duluth yeB.terday morniiig to deliver the bonds ^recently issued by the coanty to the purchaser and recieve the money for them. Connty Commissioner Jackson and Bernt Jacobeon of Hovland were in attendance at the commissioners' meet­ ing Tuesday and Wednesday. They left for homo Thursday morning. Oounty Commissioner Engelsen, A. A. Nelson, Louis Engelson, Hedley Eed meyer and G. A. Hokanson constituted a party that came in from the west end 4f the county Monday to spend a few days in town, and incidentally attend the commissioners' meeting. The party left for home yeeterday morning. Coffee Makosow, chief of the Grand Portage Indians, died at Grand Portage last Saturday, in the 46th year of his age. Deceased was an earnest Christian and a good citizen. H...

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. — 11 January 1896

CHAPTER Along one side of the house—planted without doubt to break the force of the nprthern gales—extended a grove of pines and fire, looking how, in the darkness, like the advance guard of a mighty host with banners slowly waving, and strange instruments giv­ ing forth weird, unearthly harmonies. As the man passed this spot he slack­ ened his steps once or twice, and seemed to listen for some sound that &ad caught his ear, and again, when liis foot was already on the lower step of the flight leading to the door, he •topped suddenly, his face turned to­ ward the sombre wall of trees. The light of the lamp illumined the •lender trunks and lower boughs of the foremost trees, leaving their tops wrapped in utter darkness. It also threw Into strong relief the powerful figure of the man and projected his shadow huge, wavering and gro­ tesque, across the intervening space. For an Instant another shadow seemed to start forward from the mysterious recesses of the pines as if to meet thi...

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. — 18 January 1896

VOLUME IY. SOME FARM TOPICS. INTERESTING INFORMATION FOR TILLERS OF THE SOIL. Sub-Soil Plowing Again—-Large or Small Potatoes Don't Give Up Sheep—Keeping: of Bgg»—Farmer* Should Be More Business-Like. In reply to inquiries regarding the 'benefits of sub-soiling, and why it is, necessary to sub-soil at all, the Prairie Farmer has this to say: "Where sub soiling has been practiced with suc­ cess it has often been on farms where faulty plowing has rendered the ground cold and unresponsive. Each farmer has a rule for the general depth of plowing, varying with differ­ ent farmers from four to eight Inches, but year after year the ground has been broken at practically the same ^depth. This naturally impacts the bot­ tom of the furrow, and in a few years ct stratum o-f 'plow-pan' is the result. This hard layer resists the roots of plants and the crop is cut off from the usual food supply. In dry seasons this 'plow-pan' hinders capillary action and the surface soil rapidly becomes dry. The ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 January 1896

."V the epos county HERAL.D. OFFICIAI- PAPEI Of.qpOfC^STTr. 3IU EPHJt':. Editor andPjroprietqr^ T^tpiSi tl.OO Ypa.r in Advance. GUiNjp iJARAJS MINN, JAN. ,18, 1896. The New Crusade. I The w^r which the Crusaders began jjgainst'the Turks in 1095 seems to have Reached the beginning of its end in 1895, Exactly .800 years later. In the spring of 4:090 it is said that ?iot loss than 6,000, ,fi00 Crusaders were on their way to re .deem'Jerusalem'and.Palestine from the JSaraeen. Then the armies of Europe set .forth to attack the Turjk for his oppres­ sion and cruelty toward his Christian .subjects, exactly as they seem about to (io today But in the crusade which began in 1095 there were less political ambition and rivalry and more religion and phi­ lanthropy back of the great uprising. Today the powers of Europe are so blind­ ed by jealousy *hat they are confused and,do not know how to take the initial movement. Then every leader who could .raise a following marched to the east on his own ...

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. — 18 January 1896

1 OP LOCAL INTEREST.. The Steamer It. G. Stewart is lying at the dook haviDg arrived here from Du duth. about eight o'clock Thursday even­ ting bound for Isle Royal. As there has been no ice on the lake nor in the harbor this winter, the Stewart experienced no r-difficulty in reaching here on mid-sum­ mer time. In a concert hall of Paris electric en­ ergy has been put to the novel use of moving the ceiling. This is in two parts which are drown 'back on traveling cranes, opening the hall to the glass roof by day. The opening or closing of the ceiling is effected in one minute by -two electric motors. Sentor, Davis has introduced a bill for the relief of claimants on the public lands under the homestead laws, The bill proposes to re-enact sections and -.6 of the act of Marcn, 18S9, as the inter­ ior department has held that such act does not apply to persons who filed on the land for the first time or made final entry for the first time since March 2, 1889. This bill is for the relief...

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. — 18 January 1896

.&*?:-• §|WV: ®5- Ps:E Uue5 CHAPTER, I—(Continued.) Meanwhile, tlie men wlio were wait­ ing for Dixon's return became a little restive as the minutes dragged along and he did not appear. Even the ready means of beguiling time, com­ mon to men of their stamp—thie tell­ ing of highly seasoned and apropos stories, interspersed with frequent li­ bations—began to pall. Some of them stole away to their neglected dinners, returning shortly with a new sense of wonder as they still found him absent. And the dark figure lay, there in their midst, itself for the time for­ gotten in the stories and conjectures its presence had evoked, the faint smile frozen on its unshaven liiJs, the half open eyes fixed seemingly upon the door with a terrible intentness. At last one of the men who was near a window overlooking the street sa id: "He's coinin' and a moment or two later. "I swear he's paler'n the dead man liisself." "Mcbbe it's his long lost brother," declared another. "They's men as can't lo...

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. — 25 January 1896

VOLUME IV. ON A BROKEN WHEEL, ILL WYATT, the well known bicy­ clist, told the fol­ lowing story to a small party of us one evening after a day's spin through the mountain re­ gion of the Granite State: "Coasting these Franconia hills reminds me of ft startling experience I had last year in the heart of the Mohave district in Western Arizona," began Will, "and though even its memory is not pleas-, ant, I shall not mind spinning you the yarn to help while away the evening. "A chum had set out with me to do the country, but at Mohave City he fell ill, and I was obliged to continue alone. Wishing to remain with him as long as possible, I did not start out until nearly noon the first day, but before su,nset I was glad to begin to look for some sort of a shelter for the night. "I had been climbing and coasting hills—mountain, more correctly speak­ ing—ever since starting, and at sunset I saw no indications of reaching a hu­ man habitation for miles. I had been told of a small town in one ...

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. — 25 January 1896

.. IHB COOS COUNTY HERALD, OFKCJA.L PAFEi .OF Q)pjL^)U}?TY. JSHBIS. JIURPHT, Editor a&d Proprietor.. £eras, 81.00 a .Yes^ln Adv^ncp. ,Q#4KD MARAIS MINN. JAN. 23,. As It Should Be. fashion letter says that rich people gjire now hard pat to it to find any fabric po oostly that "common" people cannot jmj at least a very good imitation of it. A?hey are also consumed-with anxiety tp jjfUacover some style so elaborate and-dif .jQ]ult of attainment that working people ,sannofc ^econstxnct it It is this noble ambition which has,evolved the balloon .pkiv&s of the present day. Men are more 4emocratio in their requirements and co longer attempt to do more than se ^feure some fabric so high priced that /'common*'' specimens of their sex are .unable .to purchase it. This is exactly as it shonld be. When the worlJ is properly civilized, people •who dp the most work, whether mental fit physical, will be able to .get the best pi .everything that is going, and ill .abundance too. We are on t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 January 1896

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Hans GilbertaoA left Thursday mora­ leg for Duluth. Hans Holte arrived home afternoon fropj Duluth. yesterday Treasurer Johnson and Sapt. Fnjlerton returned from Duluth Wednesday-even­ ing. Boad Commissioner Braun is at work with a crew of men building a bridge across Devil's Track river on the town line between towns 61 and 62, range 1 east. County Treasurer Johnson, Mr Ful lerton, and.two other members of the Cook county colony, came up by row boat from Grand Marais, arriving here Monday morning. 'A decidedly chilly .boat ride these ti&es.—Two Harbors Iron News. By special arrangement with Funk & "Wagnalls Co., of New York, we publish this week the .first of a series of letters from the Hawaiian Islands by their special correspondent, John R. Musick, author of "The Columbian Historical Novels" and a number of other well known worka In our last issue we noted the arrival at this port of the Steamer R. G.Stewart, bound for Isle Royai. At the time we were u...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 January 1896

To My Joy food's Sarsaparilla overcame the effects ?f the grip, cured me of dyspepsia, and nervous prostra­ tion. I treated with three differ­ ent doctors with­ out realizing re­ lief. I resorted to Hood's Sarsa- }y arilla and short- my appetite was improved and my rest was notsomuch brok­ en at night, get ting up in the jmorniDg greatly refreshed. After taking three bot­ tles of Hood's Sarsaparillal was entirely cured and today feel as well a', »ver in my life." R. B. SANGSTER, Hood's Pills Ken- sett, Arkansas. Get Hood's because Hood's Sarsaparilla fs the Only True Blood Purifier proml aently in the public eye. $1 six for $5. Prepared only by C. I* Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Practice Makes Perfect. "Yes," observed the master of cere­ monies, "you weep to the ju«ry beauti­ fully, but let us again rehearse your glare at the defendant." By dint ol much drilling the affair passed off creditably and was de­ scribed as one of the prettiest liome divorces of th...

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. — 1 February 1896

jLost in Mammoth Caye, To be lost anywhere, and under any circumstances, is an unenviable sensation, but to be lost in a subter­ ranean cavern seventy feet in depth, with fourteen miles of impenetrable blackness ahead of one, comprehends a degree of terror calculated to freeze the blood in the veins. A me-ry party of twelve entered Mammoth Cave, determined to see allot its weird and wonderful attrac­ tions. Like the "wise virgins" we had our lamps trimmed and burning. After advancing some distance in the gloom, picking our way along the narrow path which shelved over an abyss, the guide said, "if you want to experience a queer sensa­ tion just put out your lights for a moment, but take care to know where to find your matches. The lights were extinguished and in the silence and gloom of these few minutes we could hear the beating of our hearts as distinctly as the ticking of a clock. Relighting the lamps we marched forward in single file, when a gentleman of the party becoming detach...

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. — 1 February 1896

p^WfP? 1\ f1 |r/* TH8 OOOK OOUNTT HEBALD. orrxciAL PAFSE or COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MUBPBT, BDLTPR^D^RO^RIETOR. ^•-i"',':' Toms. 81.00 a Ye^r in Advance. •RAND MARAIS UINN. FEB. 1, 1996. 'r The London Times. James Creelman contributes to Mo Clure'a Magazine the story oftlie gfeat- 1 est newspaper in the world. For 110 years the Thunderer has been published. Creelman says r4'It is the most arrogant, 'the most nnbribpftlething in Europe, sober, serene, ezasperatingly honest, not to be hurried and not .fo be delayed, bur going itsown serious-pace, more Britisl. than •Queen Victoria, more ub'qiiitouf than the Vatican.'' It is & pity vrt Slave not a few more American news papers "sober serene ind exaspefating My honest." la '1785 John Walter the first estab­ lished a papet called The Daily Univer­ sal Register. A year later he changed its name to The Times, and The Timet it has been over since. In the very be ginning, itwas, says Mr Gteelman, "a pugnacious little sheet." Its strengti lie...

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. — 1 February 1896

JS OF I4QJAL INTEREST. Barney McCoy was ap from Ho viand this week. The iufant child of Mr,. and Mra. George Anaqiutjiied last Sunday. Thetutf, Record .Returned £rom I&le Rojallast Saturday afternoon ^ind lef'~ 'or Puluih tjbat evening. Auditor Fisher, and H. Mayhew availed them­ selves of the opportunity ted took a ride tQDnlnth. Th^ jStewart returned frqm Isle Roy 11] Tuesday afternoonT bound for .'.plinth. 8he came into tbis port to pntSpm Zino merman ashore and then proceeded on her journey, §aui, who w»a employed as cook- sayB «tbat, the Stewart ron aground at lBle. Itoy&l and remained there three dajsjbefpre *he could release herself., It iB fxpecded thattheStf wart will return soooap that was tbe inte lion when she left for Dul uth. Upon complaint beta? made by his wife last Saturday Pan McMillan was brouffbt before judge of Probate Durfee to be examined as to his canity. Dan had been out of hiB mind for the bet two months but, being of a harmless disposition, no one ...

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. — 1 February 1896

r" 'j 'm I feu bm fs~ A GIRL OP MEXICO. The air is close and foul with the exer­ tions and breath of the motley crowd hat fills benches and floor. And this is the "ball room" attached to the Le ?al Tender saloon at Phoenix, N. M. In the doorway stands a tall, fair haired young fellow, well tanned, yet 3eeming light skinned among the Mex­ icans and cow punchers by whom he is surrounded. He lounges in the door­ way watching the dancers with an ex­ pression of amusement and partly of languid interest. A year ago this man would have laughed in your'face had you told him that he, Harry Woodhall, leader of the cotillions and one of the iistinctly eligible young fellows of Lon­ don, would in a year's time be taking a passive part in the festivities of a New Mexican dance hall. It had all come so suddenly that it had seemed like some wierd night­ mare from which he awoke to find him­ self fighting for health in the arid re­ gion of the new world. The recollection (lashed across him now as h...

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. — 15 February 1896

'*v i* 4. 'Sf V°LUJ£E IV. A FASCINATING GHOST. ""WANTED—A young gentleman who fcnows how to spell, and who writes a good hand, to do copying in the country for two or three months. Must remain in employer's house. Address, in own hand, stating what salary is expected, X, this office." This was an advertisement I cut out of the Evening Post one spring after­ noon. For half an hour I had stood the vociferous offerings of "'Fourth Editions" and "Extras" without number, and for half an hour sheets of various political complexions had been thrust under my nose without effect, for I had been out of employ­ ment so long that my stock of money was nearly exhausted, and it had been a good many days since I had allowed myself the luxury of a paper. But, at last, I was over-persuaded by a very small but remarkably pertinacious newsboy, and for fear of other temptations, put the paper hastily in my pocket and went home. In the old days I had been book­ keeper for the late concern of Simpson &am...

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. — 15 February 1896

Si$" i£ ft BTA.TE OF MINNESOTA, aCotjnties of Lake v' and The State of Minnesota, to all persons, cora £:ioies or corporations who hate or claim any estate, ri^ht, title or intorest in, claim to or lien srupon any of^the'severdl pieces of parcels of land .in the list hereto attached described. The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the County of Cobfc remait^ing delinquent on on the 1st Monday in January, 1895, has been filed in tha office of the Clerk of the District Court of the counties of Lake and Coofc, of which that ^jhareto attached is a copy. Therefore' you and .each of you, are hereby re­ quired to file in the office of said clerk on or before the twentieth (Jay of March, 1886, your .answer, in writing, setting forth any objections or defense you may have to the taxes, or any part thereof, upon any piece or parcel of land described in said list, in, to or on which you have or claim any estate, right title, interest, olaim or lien, and in default thereof judgme...

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. — 15 February 1896

wins OF LOCAL INTEREST. Didf.you notice the delinquent tax list in this issue? We did. A^iaughter was born to Mr. and Mrr. John Morrison Sunday aborning. The eight months olfl child of Wm. Howenstine died last Monday of, winter cholera. Mr., and Mrs. Sam Zimmerman, are rejoicing^,over the arrival of a girl at their hopae on Monday morning. Married, on the 12th inst., by Judge Durfee, at his residence, Miss Anna Mc Oormick to Mr. John J. Hussy. The happy couple will reside at the bride's home at Mt. Ashbury. The best wishes •of their many friends and of the com­ munity .in general accompany them. Congratulations. E. G. Soderberg who for the last few ..years has resided with his family on his homestead a few miles north of town, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Fullerton Tuesday and brought to town, he having become se violently insane that his family was afyaid to reside with him longer. An examination was held before Judge of Probate Durfee Wednes­ day and Soderberg was ordered taken ...

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. — 15 February 1896

NOBLESSE OBLIGE. "Tis wisdom's law, the perfect code By love inspired— Of him on whom much is bestowed Is much required. The tuneful throat is bid to sing, The oak must reign the forest's king The rushing stream the wheel must move, The tempered steel Its strength must prove Tis given with the eagle's eyes To face the midday skies. If I am weak and you are strong, Why, then, why, then, To you the braver deeds belong! And so again, If you have gifts and I have none, If I have shade and you have sun, 'Tis yours with freer hand to give, 'Tis yours with truer grace to live, Than I, who, giftless, sunless, stand With barren life and hand. THE TRAGEDY AT CHARTERSVILLE. A dismal, dreary spot, an old fur­ nace stack, upheld by the clasping ivy, a row of decaying frame dwellings, surrounded by thickets of impenetra ple brier, the sterile fields around all covered with second growth pines, and this is Cartersville, in the Lycoming valley, and for the evil that was done there the place is accu...

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. — 29 February 1896

PI K%fcHp Si !&':• •&•: V. till "f3£v hf-:: x"' •ft" •i Mr f- iil! V7?J -fe WX'Mm IJE-» feztliPl sftj' ^-y°LUME IV. V-.a^ Vvi 'V^'- 4,1- itN EXjSTIC ENGLAND. 4 •GLIMPSE OP HORNING HALL FROM NORFOLK BROADS., .A Rained Chapel That Now Does Ser­ vice for a Barn—The Picturesque milking: Maiden at the Stile—A Pic­ ture of Long Ago. N the October Cen tury Mrs. Anna Bowman Dodd' de­ scribes "A Cruise on the Norfolk Broads," to which .Joseph 11 contributes some of his characteristic drawings. Mrs. Dodd thus de scribes one attrac­ tive scene: Presently a voice sounded- from below the deck railings. Mills was calling up­ ward from the seat of the jolly boat, "which he was holding alongside. "I'm .goin' for milk and eggs, ma!am, to the hall. Perhaps it 'u'd be your pleasure to take the trip up the dike." A mo­ ment later, and we were gliding across the sunlit river. What could be better, after a morning in a stuffy cabin, than a ,trip in an open boat, and a descent upon an English farm...

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