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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 March 1898

TOR BOYS AND GIRLS. ay l'i «»y ^v#^? ,, SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR ifii JUNIOR READERS, A Conquest by love—Story of the Deeds of a Soldier In the Army of the Potomac—The Electric Bell Since Baby Came. Since Baby Came. INCE baby came The birds all sing a brighter, merrier lay. The weary, dark a have fled away, And night has blos­ somed into per­ fect day Since baby came. Since baby came. The world is joyful and the home life sweet, And every day with brightness is re­ plete, And time speeds by on swift and light­ some feet. Since baby came. Since baby came. Dark, grim-faced sorrow is replaced by mirth, At last I realize life's precious worth. And far off Heaven seems very near to earth Since baby came. —Florence Catherine Baird in Ladles' Home Journal. Conqnest by Love. A soldier in the army of the Potomac was the terror of his company. He was disobedient, cruel, quarrelsome, and vicious. As a result he was often ter­ ribly punished, but there was no refor­ mation. In due time, by 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. — 26 March 1898

4 -r: $ xi VOLUME VI. i-tl BP "'AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Some Cp-to-Date Hints -About Cultjva tlon of the Soil and- Yields Thereof— Horticulture, Viticulture and Florl culture. Russian Hops. E recall that, in ,1882, when hops were very scarce, and when we were paying for them ten francs per kilo.,and even more, our brewers searched in every direction for Reaper hops. Or­ ders were then spe­ cially sent to Po­ land, from which country we received some hops of very ordinary quality, at prices not more than half those which were being charged for the inferior qualities produced in other countries. The situation is now entirely changed, as it is not uncommon, to-day, to find Polish hops quoted at very high rates. It is true that considerable plantations have existed in Russia for a long pe­ riod, but their product has been little known, and has been in small demand because the drying and curing were far from what was desirable. During the past twelve years or s...

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. — 26 March 1898

31. •'k r* W-.-- toaiinMifeivaAKnKtHMflBitM mujumis vf W. Ife uv a fete" plv§ 'LT& FE- fks OOQK COUNT* HERALD. S i\ OpnCUL FWltt OF.QOQJC.COCNTY^'O* 3$. ». CHRIS MURPHY .Editor and Proptetor.' Terms, $1.00 a Ye^r in Advanco. A&AND MARAIS. MINN. MARCH 24.1888. f*JE SAGACIOUS BERGALL. ffoxy But the bergall couldn't do that £here is a good deal of strength in an pel, and this eel held its place firmly. •The bergall hauled off a little distance happened again. This continued for and headed for the point where the rock and the side of the eel met, and made for it under full steam, but with the same result it couldn't budge the eel, -which still clung closely to the rock. -Then the bergall backed off again and ,tried a change of tactics. The eel's head wa3 around on the pther side of the rock, where it couldn't see what was going on at the rear. The bergall backed off and darted for the (eel's tail and nipped it as hard as it .fiould bite. The eel started as though it had been str...

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. — 26 March 1898

I V' 1 1 it VY fiU 'l" tM^LOCAb INTEREST -v- ^y$WP':M?c:' r'^UvVr .John C. O'Hara returned yesterday ttom Duluth. .. -. Commisdioner Jackson left for home 3&esday morning. Ole Brunes returned to his home in Bovland Sunday morning. Postmaster Johnson has been appoint eddeputy county treasurer. Treasurer Johnson, Register Carhart, Commissioner Engelson and Chris, John Jeft for Duluth Monday afternoon. There was evidence of dii&ppoinbment on John Hussy's countenance when he Arrived in town Tuesday and annonced to his friends the birth of "only one,"—a ioy—which occurred at his home Mon­ day afternoon. A. western paper tells of a railroad man Hiving at an isolated place whose wife presented him with a boy. Wishing to inform an expectant lady friend,, down 'the road, of the happy event, he got a ferakeman named Casey to take this note ito her: "A boy. Eleven pounds. Kind­ ness of Casey." Wear Kingston, Henry Connors and 3ohn Bowman, of Tower, were brought before the district cour...

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. — 26 March 1898

wssa CURRENT POINTERS. NOTES OF DISCOV~ ERY AND INVENTION. ir* iltf ,*/ A'.. 4 A Fan for Ventilating Mines One of Latest Triumphs of Genius—A Use fal Signal Clock- for Use in House­ hold—Raising: Spiders for Market. Raising Spiders for Market.: MONG the new oc­ cupations to which women and chil­ dren may turn their attention, is the 1 raising of spiders for market. Dn. Keller, a scientist of Zurich, has been making experi­ ments with insect eating spiders, and Is satisfied that they are more useful than birds. They stretch their webs in all directions and are ever on the alert for their prey, and hungry as well as crafty. A large family of small spi­ ders will devour a great many insects in the course of twenty-four hours, and the orchards, groves and fields will be greatly the gainers through the agency of these busy creatures. It is a mis­ take to look upon them as noxious and offensive. To faint at the sight of a spider is by no means a sensible or creditable thing to do, when on...

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. — 2 April 1898

5 I ,13'OUJME YL* ,-' NfW'tIn iV- r" f( 'r "but please go over the plan I' A W^-CAPTAIN HOWARD PATTERSON IN'HARPER'S ROUND TABLE. "It's a desperate thing to do," said ^..^rarffi^teightf Snd he sh?6k his hea'd dou%)tin*gfy "iM'op't know as it is as desperate •a thing, Frank, as it is a plucky and scientific one," replied the one ad­ dressed.'' "I tell you I've been study­ ing it out all summer, and it is so sfm .. pie. .that: I wonder it hasn't been thought of a thousand times. fever siuce our class took up astronomy, and learned that the world turned com pletely around in twenty-four hours, I hsjve known that this scheme of mine is not only possible, but that it is the Simplest thing in the world to accom plish. I have not breathed a word of this to any one but you," Frank, and now, instead of jumping at the chance of- joining me in this adventure and .• .winning a great name, you hesitate and •'(y seem half scared at the idea and yet yesterday you went up in the bal loon at the fai...

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 April 1898

•$ THE OOQS COUNTY HERALD. OrriciAi. PAfttju G09K Covyrr. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor." Terms. tM» Yearin Advance. /GMAUD MARAI8. MINN.. APRIL 2. 1806. A PICTURE Of CHINA TO-DAY, |C«rr*vMn li Ofllae la gle*, Cpmmom 0«t emrreae*. Mandajrindom literally goeth about p.* a roaring lion seeking what it can de­ vour, says tlhe North China Herald. Of­ fices ar«e held at fixed prices by metro­ politan ajid provincial authorities jtaxea are collected in full, but .are deci­ mated^ before they reach the imperial treasury "the big fish eat the little fish, #nd the little fish eat mud," by which simile Jhe Chinese proverb ex­ presses aptly the fact that the great .officials feed jipon the smaller ones, and Jhat tlhey in turn feed upon the people. No official position in the empire can be (obtained without the use of money, nor retained without illegal practices. If, then, nothing can be hoped for from the rulers of China, what can be said about the student class which is placed at the he...

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 April 1898

a* t*OOAl* UmBftSBT. l®*Mf»tioe opeoed on Friday~of last •week,* whxfefcaek barge goiofffrom Du lath io Two Harbam foraearxoof ore. tte flshewrieti are basily engaged get* ^inflvtheir rigs in readiness for the sea fony work. Some oC them will begin flsbiagin tew days. Qoit* a number of oar eitisens were *April-footed" yesterday. Theyexpeoted the arrival-of the Dixon bat she failed to put in an appearaooe. ,, OleOnndersonand A. Grande, of Hov tand Irrfoed in town yesterday with thair sail boat loaded with Bait ftah which they had disposed of to parties here. The Two Harbors Journal advocates the bnilding of a bioyole path along the north shore from Dnluth to Two Har­ bors. Why not extended it to Grand Marais? The latest- reports from the exterior indicate that war with Spain is quite -probable. The board of inquiry fouo that the Maine disaster was caused by an external explosion. Hie trust deeds from the government to thjg .Ipdianq who hay&tafcen allot* tneota m^the Grand Pottipe...

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 April 1898

S?5 THREE PROPOSALS. ,OW many iuiniir,?" she asked anxious­ ly, "one, two, three?" She holds my fate with any cup in her fair hands. I see the slow juices of the Flori­ da cane "rising from the moist earth un der the sun's com­ piling kiss. I hear a rustling among the yellow stalks of sorghum as the wind waves their silken tassels. Vis­ ions of blood red beets, dissolved in the ichor of their souls, visit me. Verily, -all these are sugar. And yet—these are not all! "Three," I make shift to reply, re­ garding her gravely as she poises the old Dutch sugar tongs tentatively over -my cup. As she offers the Assam-Pekoe in its jeweled bauble of a*?nalice, a wave of the fragrant liquor overflows upon my wrist. "Oh, I have hurt you!" she cries. "Irremediably," I reply. The word, as I utter it, staggers with significance. She lifts her eyes, udder puzzled brows, to mine. "Surely," she hazards, softly, "the pain will soon be gone?" "It is undying," I aver solemnly, ""and yet," I add, "I cheri...

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 April 1898

4 «,3 |p# Vl 1 iv ~T\ 14. -£iC Ji +, %r^v»'* VOLUME VL HE GAY! HER UP. nephew, John Parr. Even a Quaker maid would have been likely to- hecome demoralized by the perpetual making of fine gowns'and furbelows for the ladies of the neighborhood, and Ella Massie—-why Suddenly his train of thought was broken by Ella's gay voice. "Oh, Mr. Fry," she said, "I have watched you all day, and I have thought how tired you must be. You are a good bit older than I stm and I know I get awfully, tired of work and I •expect you do, too." 4 RBTTYI and sweet as the maiden look­ ed, Josiah had a natural prejudice against both her and her mother. "They were worldly people, and the girl was by no means .the. wi^e he would have chosen for his adopted son -and Tjhe Quaker drew himself up to his full height and his handsome, middle aged face, with Its fine eyes and gray locks, looked grand to Ella as he ie plieti: "Work is good, and, thank God, I "have plenty of it. It liecp3 one from sin." "I am afraid I lo...

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 April 1898

IIS H' THE COO?: COUNTY HERALp. 7 ..V •'•J- •'v si® OFFiCIAIi PAPBI OF CQOIC COtFNTy. 'T CHRIS MUEPljy. Editor and rropietorf Terms, $1.00 a Year ia Adyanfte. JQEA-ND W A RAJS. MINN.. 4.PRIL8.J 1888.-. USED AFL,PAT AND ASHORE,, The Middle.-Aired Man Discovers the World-Wide Use of the Buclcsaw. "The bucksaw in an^r ipind/' said the middle-aged man, according'' to the New Yprk Sun, 'is indelibly associated with a sawbuck~the reach between .the two X's half sawed through, where it ha4 been scored by ihe saw dropping .down upon it—standing by a.w.ood pile in the beck yard. There are chips- scat­ tered around on the ground, and scraps of bark and more or less sawdust. "What brings all this to my mind is he sight of a man sawftig wood with a bucksaw ,on the deck*Sf schooner ly­ ing at a South street wharf, a stick of cord wood resting in the-»awbuck, and the man witih his knee on. it and sawing away just as he yvojild ashore. At first this looked strange and so it does still to some exte...

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 April 1898

7 -r* ~TV OF LOCAJU INTEREST.D Mrs. John AfotheBOn returned home on the Stewart from Tofte Wednesday. Register Carhart retutned Wednesday on the Stewart from a, trip to Daluth and the Twin cities. 2 Our CQtmty officials evidently cut quite & figure 'while out in the world. They should be let out oftener. News has been received here of the recent death of Miss Frances Allen, a former resident and homesteader of Cook county. 3 We are informed that Treasurer John­ son had no trouble in negotiating the $11,000 of county bonds. They were dis­ posed of to St. Paul parties. 4 The fishermen-farmers who have their winter residences on Terrace hill are moving their families into town to en gape in their summer occupation, that of fishing. The many friends of A. J. Harker will be pleased to learn that his final home­ stead proof has been allowed by the gen­ eral land commissioner after being held up for several years. Mr. Harker's home ste id is in the vicinity of Hovland. Navigation is no...

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 April 1898

-A" Hi *M'.' #0 CAMPPIRE SKETCHES. COOD SHORT STORIES THE VETERANS. FOR -Ihe Rebel Ram Stonewall Now Belongs to Japan and Wears a Romantic Name—Specter at Gen. Caster's Grav« —Mrs. Grant and the' Two Generals*. The Flgbtlng Temeraire. \mrji was eight bells ringing, For the morning watch was done, And the gunner's lads were sing­ ing As they polished every gun. It was eight bells ringing, And the gunner's lads were sing frig, Ror the ship she rode a-swinglng -'As they polished every gun. 'Oh! to see the linstock lighting Temeraire! Temeraire! Oh! to hear the round shot biting, Temeraire! Temeraire! •Oh! to see the linstock lighting, -And to hear the round shot biting, •For we're all in love with fighting On the Fighting Temeraire! "It was noontide ringing, And the battle just begun. When the ship her way was winging. As they loaded every gun. It was noontide ringing. When the ship her way was winging, And the gunner's lads were singing As they loaded every gun. There'll be many grim ...

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 April 1898

4 J- SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV­ ERY AND INVENTION. .A Typewriter for Use on Books—A New aud Unique Invention for Makiug Records—It Works on the Same Prin­ ciple as the Ordinary Writing Machine. YPEWRITER in­ ventors are tireless workers, and in the last twenty-five years have brought out a good many ingenious devices for lightening the labor of penmen. In fact, the variety of typewriters at the present time is ?o great, that it may be difficult to Con­ ceive of any sort of word recording that cannot be satisfactorily done by means of a machine operated by fc-eys. Type­ writers are to be found that will write in any language spoken,.and on which documents of varying sizes may be ex­ ecuted. There is one thing, however, that the ordinary writing machines will not do, namely, record in books, and from, the time that the first practical "typewriter made its appearance it has been the aim of inventors everywhere "to produce a machine capable of writ­ ing in books as well...

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 April 1898

JV1 S§^'THjB3 I'' COOK COUNTY HERALD- Off ICIAT, PAPEJ ?F COOK COUNTY, CHJRI§ MURPHY, Editor and Fropietpr. Te^ms, $1.00 Year in Advance.. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. APRIL 16. 1898. THE SAGACIOUS BERGALL. jEtovr It Scared Away an Eel Which It Gad Failed to Dislod&e by Force. New York Sun, was an eel about 15 inches in length. About six or eight inohes of the eel's tail projected clear of the stone. Swimming about in the same tank there was a bergall about six inches in length, which presently took a notion that it would like to lie in there snug against the rock and the 'overhanging projection, and it came up at the tail end of the eel and tried to wedge itself in between the eel and the rock that is, to crowd the eel away and take its place. But the bergall couldn't do that there is a good deal of strength in an .eel, and this eel held its place firmly. WHAT BECOMES OF METALS? The Various Ways in Which Some ot Them Are Used. The greater portion of the lead mined is converted into whi...

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 April 1898

OF LOCAL. IN-tERaST. The Lateen ehcool olosed last Friday. Haas 0. Holte went to Duluth Tues­ day. The eastJeide school on Maple Hill will xslose next Friday. jr Col. Colsill has been quite iU the past week but is novr improving. 3.G. O'Hara and$R,oy Bartlett went to Dal nth on the Dixon Tuesday. There will be a meeting of the county board at the court house next Thursday. Rev. Peterson, of Dnluth, arrived here .Sunday eveningior a visit with friends von Maple hill. N. Probedk and George Mayhew re­ turned today from an extended sojourn in the Q-unfiint region. John Berklund and Martin Moen. of Hovland, passed through town on the Dixon Tuesday morning on their way to Duluth. H. Mayhew has purchased from Chas J. Johnson the stock of goods remaining from the store conducted by Dan Spillane on the west fiide. Auditor and Mrs. Fisher went to Dn­ luth on the Dixon Tuesday. County At­ torney Titus is acting as deputy auditor /during their absence. Clicifti Johnson came down from Du­ luth 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. — 16 April 1898

4-A l: •a ?#$&• psl? (By Jerry Cobb.) EVER let me* hear you speak of him again as Miser Spanker," sharply ordered the-old la­ dy with a gentle and attractive face as she turned upon her pretty grand­ daughter. "Never!" "But, grandma, that's what they all call him}" stammered the girl, who was shocked by discovering for the first time that her revered ancestor had a temper in her composition. "That's the way of the world," with •diminished fire and a careful readjust­ ment of the cap that had been set ^awry by her unwonted display of vigor. ""We jump from appearances to conclu­ sions, and the result is a great deal of injustice to our fellow creatures. We are forbidden to judge at all, and we certainly should not' render a verdict till we ascertain the inmost facts. That's the way your grandfather would lave put it were he alive. He was by far the ablest lawyer in all this sec­ tion." Fearing a diversion to the older wom­ an's favorite theme, the younger one promptly interrupted....

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 April 1898

». v, I, ,,( ,»,. I N"* 1 jJ/# 0 VOLUME VI. SHEBIFF OF COUNTY (By Admund W.' Bennett.) ON and I had planned this trip on our wheels, down into the "Strip," for months before Lto. we started. We had talked over what might happen, and still all that our active im S aginations had con­ jured up fell far short of what did happen^. Don is a tall, lithe, athletic young fellow, always willing to give hours of hard work toward mastering any new trick on his wheel, while I have 'always put in all my leisure time in trying to cover as much ground in as straight­ forward a manner as possible. As we turned our backs on Kansas, and our faces toward that land of pos­ sible adventure, the Strip, I said to my companion: "Now, Don, there is to be no fancy riding." "Not a bit, old slow-coach," he an­ swered merrily, "unless you give the word'" And I smiled as the wheels hummed over the hard dirt road, for I would be the last to suggest fancy riding, as I have no desire that the one with whom I ride s...

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 April 1898

fr^i pfc 3& P 6r, fSl r: i'f w* ^"5®?®^ v. pft^*«S552Jf ^K^^^S^MSMM^SSBS^SSIMBMSMSSSM^MMMM^^SM^. F* -lit,- ••W. ^RHB OOQK COUNTY HFFIFIAJJDL#* ..•• '.. OFFICIAL I' VPEI ^F COOK COVJJIV. ::?K'-- •,•.•&.'•• iW CHRIS MURPHY. Ecflto? .a:nd Pjropteto^ Terms, $1.00$ Year Jn Advance. GRA.NO MARAIS. MI2JN.. APRIL 23. 1898. DUWAY OF T..L bNUrF HABIT. Ile^rctted by Some Men Whon Par­ ents Once Used It. ftlt- takes aM kindte .of people," eaic^tihie pldest m^n of the company of Old Boys,! vho were haying a reunion, reports jthe Chicago Times-Herald, "to make a world—I am glad I ain't one of of 'em! "What is it no\v?" asked the next pldest, with a quq.yer in his voice. "Charity—not the kind that vaunteth pot itself, but the other sort. It went to visit a poor woman and wouldn't ba stow an aim because, forsooth, ghetook g.nufE! Why, would have plunked down my last quarter to have bought her snuff. It took me right back to the time when I used to take eight dozen eggs to go to the village ...

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 April 1898

=$•: .^"' *», \i "4 1 mIV :•$ I -J. 3 mR jeC^L J"^'n OF LOCAJU INTEREST. 'Dr. May hew left for Daluth Tuesday moroiug. John Morrison left for Duluth Tues­ day morning. Mrs. Fisher returned from Ouiutb San clay evening. Ole Anderson returned from Duluth Sunday evening. Rev. Peterson returned to Duluth Tuesday morning. Ned." Carhart arrived here Sunday evening for a visit with h» sisters and brother. Peter Gagnon of Grand Portage passed through town on the Dixon Sun­ day evening on his way home from Du­ luth. County Commissioner Engelson arrived here Wednesday to attend the commis­ sioners meeting. He returned home yeeterday. For man Abbet arrived here Sunday evening with two men to do some im­ provements on the lighthouse-keeper's residence. Chris Murphy left Tuesday morning for St. Paul to purchase.a job outfit for the Herald. Mrs. Murphy accompanied him to Duluth. J. Selmer Johnson arrived hero Sun­ day evening to loo^ after his homestead. He says that he met Chet Durfee in Minneap...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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