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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 January 1897

11%- ^APPEAL TO STOMACH. St* QUEER FOOD EXPERIMENT THAT IS BE TRIED. Trobhm of Reforming a Criminal—ltd Students dumber many 'Brainy Men, Who Will Watch the -Scheme with •IMwmfe. LLi civilized na­ tions hold out some inducement to the criminal in confine­ ment to sooner se­ cure his release from legal re­ straint, says the New York Times. A certain amount of time is taken off the sentence for rgQod behavior, but a new and interest experiment is soon to be made at 'Um* New York state reformatory at El w: mira in the way of reformation of crim lnaJs. Students in the problem of re forming the criminal .classes and all persons interested in the general wel­ fare of the community will watch the experiment at Elmira with more than Inordinary interest, for itiis to be an ap ptppeal to the criminal on an entirely •I new plan. He has been "appealed to by ||sfather, mother, brother, sister, and by ^"others who had his interests at heart. g^jHis manhood, his future, and even the It* promises o...

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 January 1897

THE COOK OOPNTt HB&ASD.^ OFFICII. PAPEr of COOK COUMTY :%}$, 1 faff1 "CHRIS VU9P9T, Editor and Propiefori TermB, fl.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MA RAJS. MINN.,JJAN. 16, 1897. THE CULT OF THE HORSE. jHovy (be Noble Auimtl Was Regarded by ©ld-Tlme Peoples. It is, perhaps, small matter for won tfer that the nations who first tamed the horse for riding .attached high honor to the creature seated on whose back they scoured with such swift­ ness. The exhilaratiop of riding is one which custom does not stale, and wLich affects the civilized rider of to­ day, if he be of an emotional nature, probably almost as keenly as it did the ancient Scythian, German or Slav. In addition to this, neighboring races who baa not this art looked upon those who had it with a kind of superstitious won­ der, weaving strange stories about them. The horsemen of Thessaly ap­ peared to the other Greeks through a mist of fable as centaurs, half man, half brute, but wholly divine. And in the frank flashion of a...

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 January 1897

y. OFfcOCAL 23STBRBSX. tj 4iywa,U iJliAiki£01«. A daughter was born to Mr. sod Mra. 33. G. Soderberg.reeefctly* Treasurer Johnson left Monday for a •week's,stay at his cedar L'«\. r' J*" Boady Kennedy figures as complainant in another criminal aotion. At his re quest a warrant was issued by Justice Olson this week for the arrest of Daniel MoDonough. Dan WAB arrested and taken out to Justice Olson's farm where he had a hearing and was discharged, only to be re-arrested on two other charges, a hearing on whioh will be had next Monday. We are unable to learn the nature of the charges under which Dan is being held, but are informed that the & case grows out of a former one in whioh Dan was acquitted. John Beargreace, the mail carrier, sus­ tained .*v^ery painful injury last Monday evening while on his way here from Two Harbors. The evening had grown dark and John was running behind his dog train when, a little this side of Pork Bay, he ran against the limb of a tree, which projected...

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 January 1897

L'-i ri gw THE QUAINT OLD SABOBA, There Indian Life May Be Seen at Iti ." W3 Beat. sW^1' Tlie very quaintest of all the quaint ||J spots In semi-tropical Southern Cali­ ph fornia is the Indian Tillage of Saboba, nestling in a valley, just under the western slope of the San Jacinto spur A of the San Bernardino range of moun JC tains. Nowhere else under the flag of fc. the republic is calm, easy Indian life to be better observed. In no other lo­ cality can the. student of anthropology find more accurate subjects for study of primitive Mexican Indian character­ istics, outside of warlike pursuits and sins learned from the pale faces, than here in queer old Saboba. By the grace of the contrast with the busy,progress­ ive civilization of the New Englanders All abdut, there is ^ot another spot 'in all California. so interesting to every 1 Saboba Squaw. oiie as this typical Indian village. So eminent an authority as President Ei iot of Harvard university is quoted as naving said, during hi...

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 January 1897

V: :,HT 1 3$ THREE GOLDEN BALLS. 5 3».£ By Dorothy Dene. was such a tiny room, and in such a little house, and up such a narrow, court, and hidden so far back, that even the sunlight was a long time in finding it out. A great high factory wall overshadowed the little house, ,r„ and this made it all the "harder for the Sun to get near It. When he got to it at last he looked through the window just under the roof. What he saw must have pleased him very much, tor he came back after that J"whenever he could and stayed just as long as he could. He and a certain wonderful ivy which grew in a soap box in the window soon became great friends, and the visits of the sunlight were eagerly watched for by the grace­ ful ivy.. Indeed, the sun seemed to have a fondness for everything in the little room. It used to wander over to the bed in the corner and touch its snowy iwhite coverlet then it would shine •upon the little stove opposite the win­ dow. I must tell you here that I really think the st...

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 January 1897

*#$»• SM1 It •3#: fMW WI'W THJS COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OPCOOK COUNTY. CUIUS MURPIIY. Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAN J) MARAIS. MINNVJ.JAN. 23. 1897. FOX HOUNDS. A Description of a Hunt That Makes One's Blood Tingle. We became aware, from the shouts pf tihe darkies, as they urged the dogs into the thickets, thaft these animals had names of famous flavor, though their appela.tions had not been bestowed by one who possessed a fine sense of the historical or chronological unities, says Lippiincott's. "Hi, yo' Clovis!" "Come hyar, Uncas!" "Git on, Brutus, git on! Whatyo' sulkin' 'bout?" These ejaculations were accompanied by sun­ dry kicks, delivered upon the represen­ tatives of these and other renowned characters. To such usies do men's names come after death. After the disappearance of the hounds jn the thicket we rode slowly along the ,devi.o\is ways of the pine lands, listen­ ing intently for that peculiar canine cry which announces the discov...

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 January 1897

Pi* •4» .?: .Of LOCAL.INTEREST. Matt Johnson went up to Carlton Peak yesterday to eujoy a week's visit with friencls. John Matheson and family are spend­ ing the week with Mr. Matheson'b par­ ents on Terrace Hill. 1 G. A. Nelson, of Lutsen, was in town the first of the week. He was a witness forth® prosecution in the McDonough case. Personal—A. DeLacey Wood will visit friends in Frazee for several weeks. He has his newspaper outfit with him—Wa­ dena Pioneer. Jos. Cummings came down from Two Harbors last week for a visit with W. H. a as a pa W Mortimer who came down to look after his homestead. Treasurer Johnson returned Sunday from his cedar camp. He says that ev. erything is going lovely up there and that they have about 5,000 ties cut. The timber is turning out a great deal better than that cut the first of the winter. Hariqi Gilbertson has been suffering from a ftevere case of sore eyes for a cou­ ple of wfieks past. For the greater part of time he has been confined to his bed, a...

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 January 1897

WOURALI. "You fellows can believe it or not, as you like," said Mackay, "but I tell you that for a day and a night I have Known what it is to be dead." "0, come, Mac, that's too much. The major has given ns some pretty tall Mies, but we can't quite swallow that." "Perhaps," suggested the major, "Mackay refers to a state of alcoholic saturation. I have heard—" "Shut up, major," interrupted High field. "Don't be feeble." "O, all right," said Mackay. "Only you said it was my turn for a yarn Out, of course, if—" "Fire away, Mac never mind the his own tales are bested. We'll be­ lieve you. Observe the child-like inno­ cence of our countenances." "Very well, then, you shall have the yarn. It happened out in British Guiana. Phil Egerton and I had been knocking about that district in a yacht. I*hil was a bit of a scientist had dab­ bled in the ologies when he was at Ox­ ford, and he found something to in­ terest him in the shallow waters round the coast. The buckets of mud and slimy things ...

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 January 1897

I C»:- I, i, s' ,:v .Wif- W ffPife t«) It* Altogether it was a very curious af- "Sf} *'N fair- He had been paying her much marked attention for some time, -and •\'Vr' she had seemed only too pleased to re­ ceive it. Wherever she went, he went, too, if possible, and if by any chance he was not there she was dull and rest­ less and found things slow. All the town knew about it and was on the tiptoe of expectation for the announce­ ment. Then, suddenly, without appar­ ent rhyme or reason, he went back to town, and there was no talk -of any en­ gagement. Her sisters could not'un­ derstand it any better than did the gos­ sips of the town, for from hints she had let fall they felt sure that she would not be unwilling to exchange her posi­ tion of eldest daughter in the large family of a doctor whoso practice was greater in dimensions than in luerative ness for. the position of wife to a rising young lawyer with expectations. She was not very young, either twenty seven is getting on, and f...

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 January 1897

"OF LOCAL. INTEREST. .'Treasurer Johnson left yesterday with bis doff train over the trail for Dnluth. A. J. Scott and son, Benny, returned Monday evening from their trapping grounds in the western part of the •oounty. Peter Gagnon of Grand Portage passed through town with his dog train Thurs­ day morning bound for Duluth. He had on a train load of furs which he was tak­ ing up to dispose of. Father Specht arrived in town Tues­ day accompanied by Jas. Morrison and Joe and Dave Garriboo who went out to Gunflint to meet him. They had an ex­ ceedingly cold trip, the mercury being •down in the thirties nearly all the time. Father Specht will remain here until next Thursday when he will leave for •Grand Portage. An effort is being made to amend the Australian ballot taw, so that an at the head of the ticket will vote a straight tioket. We hope this amendment will not pass. It is but a stepping stone for the xrrupt and unworthy to get office on the strength of the party ticket. It will ma...

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 January 1897

C&me /r\ad Qarr^t "This is the room," said Karl. Strike a match, one of you, while I open the door." The three friends were on the top flight of an old house that lay in a street east of the Bowery. The house had been built in colonial times, and about it was a peculiar air of desola­ tion. It had odd, winding staircases. In the long ago people of culture and fashion had dwelt within it. But that was very, very long ago, for now the street was invaded by a miserable cos­ mopolitan horde hailing from all the filth spots of the world. Fashion, or rather the vulgar showing-off crowd who now passed for people of fashion in New York, had gone up to Fifth ave­ nue. The fine Americans of the last century were indeed no more. Karl pushed open the door. "Come in!" he said as he entered "the gas jet is over here." Jennings approached cautiously, fol­ lowed by Finn, and applied a match. The glare of the gas revealed a rather large room, with a low roof that sloped dovwaward toward the wind...

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 February 1897

VOLUME The Time of Hoses. "Why have you so persistently avoid­ ed me ever since—since—well, since Lady Barkston's garden party?" I in­ quired of Miss Windrani, as soon as I succeeded in elbowing my way through the dead wall of Mrs. Bennett Wyse's guests, who stood between us. The re­ sult of a brief calculation, entered on the next morning, was to convince me that during the six minutes it took me playing the part of a pick, in order to reach Miss Windram, I made as many enemies as I had made' during the thirty years of my life preceding Mrs. Bennett Wyse's "At Home." "Have I avoided you, Mr. Glyn?" she asked, opening her eyes veiy wide and (but this was doubtful) very innocently. "The question is not if you have done it, but why you have done it," I said with some measure of severity. "Suppose I deny that that is the ques­ tion?" she suggested, quite pleasantly, though without quite such a show of in­ nocence as had been associated with her previous inquiry. It is quite possi­ ble ...

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 February 1897

THE COOK COUNTJ HERAL.D.. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP COQX COUNTYy CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Pr.opietor. Terips, $1,00 Year,in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., FfiB. 8, 1697. $UN AS A HAIR DYE. 45$i)ors Have Light Locks and Luxurianl Ones. The latest use to which the sun has jbeen put is to malce it dy-e human hair, xVud on the head of the pretty bathing girl a-fc that, says the New York Journal, This fashion began last summer. A fashionable physician recommended bright sunshine and sea ozone as the best means pf making the hair lighrt colored, healthy and strong. The young* person for whom this prescrip­ tion was given found it very efficacious. The end of the resort season has by jno paeans caused a subsidence pf the fad. Never before were there in New York so many young women whose golden hair hangs down their backs once every day—that is, every sun -chjpy day- A queer fact, too, is that the idea, simple as it is, seem9 to have (.•lit, result of producing the desired ef­ fect. It is certainly ...

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 February 1897

*, OFLOCAL INTEREST. ... '$,* USels MemaskawasU of Grand Portage., was in town this week. -"Sander Jentoft is-sppnding a.few days vith friends on M.ibJo bill. And still 'In- Mntin«es mild, with no iceinour harbor nor on the lake. John C. Kelly was in town -a few days "the first of the week .on business and pleasure combined. Hans Gilbertson, who has been ill for •florae time past, has BO far recovered as to be able to be about again. Benny and Jimmy Scott left Tuesday •morning for their trapping grounds in •the western part of the county. H. JVBraun came down last Saturday to spend a few days with hie family. He returned to the c^dar camp Tuesday morning. Rev. Father Specht, left Thursday morning for Grand Portage where he will remain a week before returning to .Fort William. C. A. Fullerton is out for a week's so­ journ in the woods. Being alone he un­ doubtedly congratulates himself on the good company he is in. George Dingman arrived here from Duluth Tuesday evening to attend to ...

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 February 1897

Altogether it was a very curious af­ fair. He had been paying her much marked attention for some time, and she had seemed only too pleased to re­ ceive it. Wherever she went, he went, too, if possible, and if by any chance he was not there she was dull and rest­ less and found things slow. All the town knew about it and was on the tiptoe of expectation for the announce­ ment. Then, suddenly, without appar­ ent rhyme or reason, he went back to town, and there was no talk of any en­ gagement. Her sisters could not'un­ derstand it any better than did the gos­ sips of the town, for from hints she had let fall they felt sure that she would not be unwilling to exchange her posi­ tion of eldest daughter in the large family of a doctor whose practice was greater in dimensions than in luerative ness for the position of wife to a rising young lawyer with expectations. She was not very young, either twenty seven is getting on, and four other grown up sisters did not make one ap­ pear any young...

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 February 1897

VOLUME V. MEASURE IS THERE. klCH MINERAL DEPOSITS IN SOUTHERN STATES. Gold in the Appalachian Bange—Re tarn of-a Hlneralogical Expert with Encouraging Reports from Vlrninia, Alabama and Other Southern States. NE of the minera logical experts of a large- mining com­ pany has just re­ turned to New York after an ex­ tended trip through the south in the interests of his or­ ganization, and, in speaking about tlie mineral resources af ^the southern states, he said: "I have passed through nearly nil the mining sections of the south to ex­ amine the mineral products in the in­ terests of a number of capitalists, and, after a careful survey of the field, it is my honest belief that the future min­ ing operations of this country will be in the south instead of the west. I found the Appalachian range parti?u larly ri'ch in all the auriferous and ar­ gentiferous ores, not. only in Virginia, but throughout its whole length into Alabama. In Georgia the rich deposits are well known, and companie...

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 February 1897

"ir?'r -f Mil-- gpmvuimouniuwMumiM l'f &v-vr,. •**/V VV f, r"1, THE COOK COUNTY FIW^L.TV^ UFO- ..,' OFFICIAL PAFKI OF GOOK'COUNI'Y. & CHRIS MUEI'IIY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year jn Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., FEB. 13.1897. Tax List, STATE OF MINNESOTA, BOUNTIES OF LAKE AND COOK. DISTRICT COUKT, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. The State of Minnesota, to all personG, .companies, or corporations who have or .claim any estate, right, title or interest in claim or lien upon any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached described. The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the county of Cook remain­ ing delinquent on the 1st Monday in January 1896, has been filed in the office .of the Clerk of the District Court of the Counties of Lake and Cook, of which that hereto attached is a copy. Therefore you and each of you, are hereby required to file in the office of said clerk on or before the twentieth day of March, 1897, your answer, in...

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 February 1897

1 O^'LOCALi INTUfeEST. "'1 •... --U -.* i-v *V/ }. :. •, John" Motfrieoto and John Frost left 'over the trail Thursday morning for D'u luth, Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage, spent Tuesday night in town on. his way home from Duluth. ...... .,' I. George Dingman who has been iff town for a couple of weeks past left for Du­ luth Thursday accompanied by Wm, Howenstine. President-elect McKinley will go from Canton toWashington in a remarkable car It is a private car, without a name, save 'that it is known all over the Pan Handle system as "No. 38." The walls of it are of white oak, planked solid instead of the usual studding. If it should roll down an embankment the sides would not break, and it would resist almost any kind of a shock in a collision. The top is a double frame work of steel, and the ceiling is thoroughly cushioned. The floor is four thicknesses of heavy white oak. The entire car is a huge indestruct­ ible box. The chief luxury of the inter­ ior is the perfect arrangement o...

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 February 1897

OSAGE INDIANS BICH. THESE RED BROTHERS HAVE INDEPENDENT FORTUNES. Get Money from Uncle Sam's Treasury And Employ "Wlilte Men as Common Laborers The Progressive Party's 'Successful Movement* HE richest people ia the world—as a people—are about tro make an impor­ tant change in their condition, says the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. They live in the territory of Oklahoma and are known as the Osage Indians. Every man, woman and child among them is worth, an independent fortune, Sand they draw a big pot of money 'from the United -States treasury four limes a year. Each grown person or infant 'owns 1,000 aeres iff 'fine land. However, the lands belonging to the tribe have not yet been divided up among its mem­ bers. TMs is soon to be done under ^h* direction of the Indian bureau and a result will be the opening of the country to -settlement and trade. The Osages are the only Indians that ever got a fair show in a bargain with 'Uncle Sam. In 1866 they signed a treaty relinquishing their origin...

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