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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 March 1899

tip G'Rli&> x' 'i :X: wt •&< I C" Wr 5 mu •THE COOK COUNTY HERALD.. 1& OfficialPapef of Cook county- "':i -K I CHRIS MURP1IY, Editor and Propietor,. .$ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. MAEAIS. MINN.. MAECH 25.189D. The White Man'sBurden. The New York Times (February 15) printed yet another version of "The White Man's Burden," from the pen of Mr. "Ernest H. Crosby: Take up the White Man's burden Send forth your sturdy sons. And load them down with whisky And Testaments and guns. Throw in a few diseases To spread in tropic climes, For there the healthy niggers Are quite behind the times. And don't forget the factories. On those benighted shores They have no cheerful iron-mills Nor eke department stores. They never work twelve hours a day, And live in strange content, Although they never have to pay A single cent for rent. Take up the White Man's burden, And teach the Philippines What interest and taxes are And what a mortgage means. Give them electrocution chairs, And...

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. — 25 March 1899

r" if* mmM $ S V7 tl.0O-*^eartttAdvance. %.««(. *jfi s..Ja .. CH&ftft iCA&Al^. MI2SN.. M?ABGH 25. I860. T. "^'1 Tb» Whit? Meuf a Burden. The New York Times (February 15) And load them down with whisk _i- Are quite behind the time^ ^fe-^Va' And don't forget the factories! On those benighted shores They haye'nOybhebrful iron-mills Ml &MM Nor $te ^gportmeot stores. ?,y&pp! |^^||^|rhey neyCTs.^ork, lwel.ve hours ad«? And-liV^ux strange content, flitS llHlW ^hbugh they1 nererhave to- pay A single,.c$nt"for rent.'. ,iit Take up, the White,Man's burdeisj" And teach .the Philippines "What interest and. taxes are And what a mortgage mean#. Give them electrocution chairs,. f* And griisoni, too, galor^i VfeO And if theygeem inclined to #i5lt. Then S|rtU their heathen gore. fAnd iey^needojir labbr question, too, pojiticB and fraud, %, \.W "We've made a,pretty mess at hom®{ ,^ Let's tntfke a mess abroad. SI 'And letus erer humbly pray 'The Lord of Hosts may deign .%qstir bur feeb...

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. — 25 March 1899

wQBtm OF LOCAJL INTEREST. Auditor Murphy has been visiting in the vest end of the-county the latter half of the "waek. Beargreaee arrived OD Wednesday af­ ternoon -with the mail a case of grippe caused the delay. Clara Peterson is -suffering from pneumonia at Gust Olson's since the beginning of the week. t. A. V. Johnson has beqn on the sick list, and confined to the house the past /\r«ek by a severe cold. Commissioners Engelson, Jackson and Olson "were in iattendance at the meeting of the board on Tuesday. A committee cf the county commis­ sioners visited the Cascade River on Monday and inspected the new bridge. John Jacobson passed through town early this week on his way home, after filling a six week's engagement at Nel­ son's cedar camp. John Matheson and Chris and Matt Johnson returned on Tuesday, they re­ port a most enjoyable visit with the hospitabls people at Tofte. The last mail from the East brought the news that cerebro-spinal-meningitis is prevalent at Grand Portage one...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 March 1899

CAMPETRE SKETCHES. JpOOfc FOB SH$RT STORIES THE VETERANS. ?•, I' Not Hoodoo—The Breaking of Wine Bottles Over the Bow of Hew Battle ships Not a KMetiarj Custom—Vfater Will Do Jut Well. Wheeler at Santiago. Into the thick of the fight he went, pallid and sick and wan, Borne In an ambulance to the front, a ghostly wisp of a man But the fighting soul of a lighting man, approved in the long ago, (Went to the front in that ambulance, and the body of Fighting Joe. Out from the front they were coming back, smitten of Spanish shells Wounded boys from the Vermont hills and the Alabama dells "Put them Into this ambulance I'll ride to the front," he said And he climbed to the saddle and rode right on, that little ex-confed. Prom end to end of the long blue ranks rose up the ringing cheers, And many a powder-blackened face was furrowed with sudden tears. As with flashing eyes and gleaming sword, and hair and beard of snow, Into the hell of shot and shell rode little old Fighting Joe! Sick with ...

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 April 1899

j- Where Is xxxx Where is Herr Andree and thejtwo intrepid companions witjx whom he set out over a year ago in search of the north pole? Are they alive and •well in some distant and inaccessible {region, firom which it is impossible at present to communicate with the civ­ ilized world? Are they still flounder­ ing hopelessly about in the ice-fields of (the arctic, seeking, as Nansen sought for fifteen months, some outlet, some jescape? Or have they yielded up their jlives as have so many brave explorers (before them in search of that evasive "will-o'-the-wisp? Hqw close were they able to approach the pole? Surely, no-attempt to reach the pole lever seemed better assured of a suc­ cessful return. Setting out in a bal jleon, which Andree had conclusively 'proven could under ordinary conditions [he directed at will, even at a low altl Itude, they had a superior chance of ^returning safely to Sweden or some jother northern country. Whether jthey reached the pole or not was a Question wh...

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 April 1899

,.t: Si m- IS -m 9k •i '^1 II ft. fiBAND MARAI8. MINN., APRIL The sickly sentimentality wasted be­ cause of the electrocution of the New York murderess who strangled her daughter-in-law to death was nauseat­ ing to those who possess well-balanced minds. If capital punishment is rifcht at all, it is equally right for murderers of either sex and Whether it is right or wrong, it shouldibe enforced as long as it is a law. The GOT. of Oklahoma and the Legis­ lature of the Territory hare been having a regular monkey and parrot of a time. Of 89 bills passed by the legislature, at' its late session, the GOT, vetoed 65 and now he is trying to get several members of the legislature indicted for receiving bribes. Beooming a guest of the Panama Oanal Co., ons free junket to Gentral America, will not necessarily^ influence, a Senator or Representative to yote any particular way, but those who accepted such in­ vitations must not be surprised to find their votes olosely scrutinized. Shooting scra...

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 April 1899

®ip$ i!^l^? d^GOAA.'IilTHB«ST.. WZ*0&>s:L. ,•••••••••:••• Gust Petergonisin town this week. Judge Dhrfee visited at Col. Oolville's over Sunday.' 1 sjjv ...\V& ,'--Sr.'^^.-»-: ,-.:• A'}*-. The mail from the West waa sharp on time this week. The cases of oerAbro-apinal meningitis at Grand Portag&are in an improved con­ dition. Tan Johnson iaao much bettor that he is again in town doing business at the old stand. Supervisor Johaoson, of Hovland, pas­ sed through town the first of the week on his way to the front. Six travelers from the East, without baggage, names unknown, passed through town Thursday. Treaa. Johnson, J. H. Gilmore, A. H. Elftman and Geo. Mayhew started for Duluth with dogteam on Friday. Aditagi came in from his trapping ground at Pork Bay Thursday with a dogtrain.—He reports very little fur. Messrs. Gilmore and Elftman hare completed the railway survey to Tempe­ rance river and prepared the profile map. It is reported that B. P. Paine has leased the Gr...

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 April 1899

1L FOE BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. ®lx for. One—The Story of the Poisoned •Cat—A Very Busy Han—Doing and Not Doing—"Dare to Do Bight, Dare Co Be True." Children's Chorus. (Tune, Italian Hymn.) Now we our voices raise And join In loving praise In chorus free We love our native land Her hills and valleys grand. For truth and justice stand, And liberty. ,We love our banner bright So welcome to the sight On land or seal May Godiour country bless, With peace and happiness, And give our cause success And victory. Six for One. "I should admire," sighed Aunt Cam, "I should admire to have another cat like Tom! He was jest the smartest cat and the best cat and the handsom­ est cat I ever sot eyes on—clear Mal­ tese without a white hair on him, the best hunter you ever saw and the knowin-est cat—it did beat all!" "Too bad he should be pizened!" said Mjs. Smith, sympathizingly. "Aunt Nabby Green has a cat that's the perfect moral of him, as far as looks goes, and s...

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. — 8 April 1899

1 IT IS A GREAf MINE. STORY OF SILVER ISLET ON LAKE SUPERIOR. -Stormy Waters Made Its Working Dangerous—The Stdrm King Event­ ually Caused Its Abandonment—Filled With Water. A A Houghton, Mich., correspondent •writes: The richest silver mine ever •opened by man was not in Peru or Mexico, far famed as are the mines of Potosi and Guanajuato, but on a mere reef of that greatest of fresh water .seas, L^ke Superior. Far famed as is the Lake Superior district for its iron ore and copper, its mines of these baser metals being the most extensive in the world, it has been forgotten by all but a few of the older residents that only a quarter of a century ago the richest silver mine in the old or new worlds was operated. under its waters. The story-of its discovery, its develop­ ment under the most trying conditions -and against the power of all the ele­ ments, and the final triumph of nature over man, affords a romantic chapter in the drama of real life equaling in apparent improbability some...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 April 1899

P?"§& vxrttteciEf denunciations by an org:au 6 aQd,t^erei%n 1Vyi®008^ Patty"wi]^ ndt'beled to tbrofct&jts *"*w" 1 ail\VV fDj V4r®cien^ioBfs il'^heir distrust erf. the WiMtej^why, cling to ftidiifeapar^ *to8d^PQ%^ haa^vgai them 6 rfB. °Wer tQ ba H|®f.Part^afc of their "J 011 5$^¥^and P'o-^ec^itwfd^oussfonfl this very important and 1frouble&>me MWr^ question/.%ut like tfie IffT. they will "»JDUTO L.Bo«i,iue uwjfti iSWe?l Da*athSu''- »A \%e the daily acoonnts^frpm the Phil- Jp the^^iHinj of the ,^||,ph|Anf©riban^'by^the scored tisurfHy ac '^^'.'^oowpaoied by the statements that the lost rheavily As evidence of the ^0SSQa the' insurgent side one day we informed that the brash was fulf of prairie doge*' Tbe ^600rd no Sc|?^IIw^dre «r^ the glories of imperialism? The ^^^'^treasmre of blood spilled upon the battle th^Phjllippinep makes small the *^£-pd^®20,000,000 we pay to Sp^in to get her i£^p'ou^ the'fight. And this is alia part T&^ot 3?resident 1 Hp^tnley's war record...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 April 1899

OF LOCAli INTEREST. Hjalmer Eliasen, of Hovlaud, was in town Sunday. John Polzia of Lutseh was in town the first of the week. Ole J. Olson and flans Larson arrived from Nelson's cedar camp today. A Daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison Monday morning, John Beargreace reports that the ice is solid from Beaver Point to Duluth. Wm. Howenstine leaves for the Cana­ dian gold fields tonight to meet Duluth parties. John Drouillard was taken quite ill jesterday afternoon with an attack of pleurisy. Mr. Titus has retired from the man­ agement of THE HERALD, and the paper is nowcondacted by the publisher. Three men from Alger, Smith & Go's camp, at Pigon river, passed through town Thursday morning on their way to Duluth. John Dahlin who has been working at Hamlin's cedar camp during the winter was in t©wn this week on his way to his homestead in the northern part of the county. Auother case of cerebro-spmal menin­ gitis is reported at Grand Portage in the same family in which th...

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. — 8 April 1899

I f: OFIiOCAlilNTEEEST- .,..T Hjalmer Eliaaeii, of- Hovlaud, tras in town S&nday. John Polzia of Lutseri was in town the first of the w6ek. Ole J. Olson and Hans Larson arrived from Nelsonlp cedar camp today. A Daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison Monday morning, John Beargreace reports that the, ice is solid from Beaver Point to Duluth. Wm. Howenstine leaves for the Cana­ dian gold fields tonight to meet Duluth parties. John Drouillard was taken quite ill yesterday afternoon with an attack of pleurisy. Mr. Titus has retired from the man agoment of THE HERALD, and the paper is now conducted by the publisher. Three men from Alger, Smith & Co's camp, at Pigon river, passed through town Thursday morning on their way to Duluth. John Dahlin who has been working at Hamlin's cedar camp during the winter was in town this week on his way to his homestead in the northern part of the county. Another case of cerebro-spmal menin­ gitis is reported at Grand Portage in the same ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 April 1899

fs "irf 0':i: ••••. 5mm CALLED TO ORDEE. EXPRESSIONS THAT ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN PARLIAMENT. tome Historic Specimen* of Bad lan­ guage—Mr. Gladstone Galled to Order bat Onoe In Sixty Tears—In British Commons* Under the title "Unparliamentary expressions" Mr. Michael MacDonagh, publishes in the Nineteenth Century the results of an extensive ransacking of the English Hansard to see what expressions are and what are not al­ lowed in debate in the house of com­ mons. If the Writer's name seems to smack of Celtic origin this is not strange, as the Irish members have been the cause of more rulings by the speaker as to what is "parliamentary" than all other factions combined. From O'Connell down it has been the easy exuberance of Irish eloquence that has oftenest raised the cry of "Order! or­ der!" in the horrified house. In fact, it was an Irish member who once made the cry of "Order!" itself disorderly. "On the 16th of April, 1885, Mr. Arthur O'Connor was speaking on a motion relating to 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. — 15 April 1899

IWEECK OF EMPRESS. AUSTRIA'S MISTRESS A BROKEN MISTRESS. SSer Mania for Costly Flowers and Weird Statues, Her Battle, Her Self Starvatlon—Servants Are Not Allowed to Look at Her. After more than six months' ab­ sence the Empress Elizabeth of Aus­ tria has returned to Vienna and has taken up her residence in her lovely villa of Lainz, built in the old deer park to let her indulge in her "whimsical love for solitude. I do not think that it will be long "before the world will -hear something of her, for she has come back an aged •and broken woman. Though she is ®L years old her hair, to which she has always devoted the greatest care, kept until now its fine chestnut color. Now it is grey, her nose is long and sharp and her complexion is sallow always and sometimes- yellowish. Her limbs fail her, and so 'far from being able to undertake the long walking tours she was so fond of, her first wish ex­ pressed on her return was for thirty new garden seats in Lainz. As soon as they were put u...

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 April 1899

if*'""5.• ijfe M'L 's THE QQOK COUNTY HERALD., OFPICJ.VL PAHI OP COOK OOBMTY. 5 CillilS MURIMIV, Kdituram 1'ropietor Terms, §1.00 a Year ill Advance. GUA.AJ) JlARAIS, MINN.. APRIL 15.1899. Billed of the Island Races. We are out to christianize tie island met R. (And may the 1 have trcov on their soul For we'll ut 'cm wil/y nillj in the tr.-u-ea And wt-'li work 'tm till tl.ei. sweat in iiv rs rolls. We are going to teach the hoeky Filipin how top^y.i- They will hive to lejjr/i the motions if they can't be mac'e to tlr'nk We have got'em by the collar a»d yoa hear me when Is«y That we'll lead 'em down to water nnj we'll also make 'em driuk You can preach until yon wabble at the knees As equity and like commpivial drugs. But we'te bound to save ihe blessed Filipoes If we have to pump the beggars full of slugs Trade is waiting for the signal from th® lighting man ahea', And our missionary brethren are impatient for thefiay: Bo we're going to pluck *em living or we're going plant 'em dead...

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 April 1899

OF LOCAL. INTEREST. G. A. A. Nelson has discontinued oper­ ations at his cedar camp near Lutsen. Leance Zimmerman is flufferinsr from a severe attack of inflammatory rheuma­ tism. John DwmiHard, whose illness was announced in our last isBtxe, ie steadily improving. Miss Mary, daughter of Jas. Morrison, baa been quite ill with pennmonm dur­ ing the past week but is now convales­ cent. Wm. P. McDonald and Thos. Maher arrived in town last Saturday. They will spend some time looking over pine in this vicinity. Elling Olson made a visit to Nelson's cedar camp last Saturday in quest of coffee, returning Sunday afternoon with a packsack full. M.Johnson and Clans Hanson have moved into town witly heir families, and are now busily engaged making prepara­ tions for the opening of the fishing seaEon. W. H. Baker, who has a homestead near Grand -Marais and is well known here, has recently been granted a patent on an imhrov^d process of extracting metals fro ores. The Dnljuth Herald of tho 8th 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. — 15 April 1899

/VESUVIUS IN ACTION. |0MIN0U8 REPORTS COMB PROM THE VOLCANO. VireatMii Destruction—Fear* That Town* May Bo Destroyed by the Stream of Molten Lata—Hm Coat Thousand* •of Uvea* 4 The world's most historic volcano is going through one of its periodical «ruptions, which from the ominous re ports threatens to be more violent and destructive than usual. Naturally the .event attracts world-wide attention and hosts of the aurious are flocking to Naples, Since 184i the big volcano lias been under close inspection by sa­ vants, who have been able to pre­ dict eruptions but unable to predict their force or extent. Vesuvius is •eight miles from Naples. It overlooks the bay which itself is believed to be the immense crater of a prehistoric volcano. At its base Vesuvius is thir­ ty miles in circumference. Its height varies after eruptions, but the average is about 4,000 feet. Its great crater la some 2,000 feet in diameter and 500 feet deep. Vesuvius, as known to the ancient world, was a truncated...

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. — 22 April 1899

.4, VOLUME VII. ONE NIGHT STANDS. "Last act!" the call boy shouts as lie comes bounding up the stairs three steps at a time. "Last act!" he yells on every landing, until at last he hoots «t the chorus girls, who, huddled tor gether in a ten-foot room, come out of their pen and follow him, as though he were a bell sheep, down the winding stairs. The prima donna gives a daub of paint to her cheek, and a brush of the hare's foot, before throwing herself on the couch. There }s no need for her to hurry who ever heard of a prima donna being discovered when the cur­ tain goes up. Then the comedian, with wig and tainted face, passes slowly along the landing, and with eyes riveted on the •stone steps, goes down the winding stairs. As he turns the last corner a hand is laid on his shoulder, and he looks up into the pretty face of a girl in gauze. "Is your child better tonight?" she asks, as she draws a pink wrapper more closely about her shapely form. "Is there anything I can do?" "I'm afraid...

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. — 22 April 1899

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS HURPH Y, Editor ant! I'ropietor Terms. $1.00 ft Year in-Advance. GRA.NI 'M.SRAIS.' MI*N.. A PRIL 2 .1«0. It's nn ff week when Andrew Carne­ gie ^oesn' give some town the money for a pnblic library, McKe^eport, PA., is the lest beneficiary it got $50,000. Men differ with Mr. Carnegie on other quest­ ions—expansion, for iostanoe—bnt they are unanimous in believing him to be right on the pnblio library question. The request of a Cuban judge that Gen. Ludlow, military governor of the oity of Havana, be prosecuted fr violat­ ing an old Spanish law, will not, of course, be complied with bnt it would serve a good purpose if it resulted in a Buspeusion of all Spanish laws during our occupation of the island. Dewey's,words' "I am not a politician, have never held political offiee, and am totally ignorant of party- intricacies and affiliations—" were what might be ex­ pected from an officer who loves his profession and who deolines ...

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. — 22 April 1899

'-,'A.*1 OF LOCAJL, INTEREST. Treasurer Johnson and Gust L. Peter* son left this morning for Lutsen. Alex Easier spent Wednesday nipht in town and left Thursday morning for Liitsen. A. J. Scott is making preparations to begin his season's fishing at Good Har­ bor bay. The Grand Marais fishermen hare began their season's farming of Lake Superior Chas. J. Johnson and George Mayhew returned on Saturday last from their trip to Duluth.- A. J. Scott and sonj Ben, returned Saturday from their trapping grounds having discontinued their operations for the season. W. P. McDonald and Thos. Maher came in from the woods Thursday. They report the traveling in the woods as slightly damp. It is expected that navigation will open about May 1st. There is not a particle of ice to be seen in the lake or harbor at this point and it is reported thai the ice at Duluth is all broken up. H. Mayhew is having the hotel neatly painted and is making other repairs and improvements on it, preparatory to its openi...

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