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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 April 1899

^itvrV •sh"' fe '. 1^°'' Is# ejt^V &¥• fc ABT IN GAT PABIS. GIRL STUDENT EXPLAINS WHY SHE LIKES THE LIFE. IhftTeople Ira More Cardial—There's More Bed Blood la It All—Delecleuse's ji Atelier and Mine* Etienne's Little Coffee Home—Criticism Day. "Do I like it here as well as in Pa tls said an art student girl who had Just come back. There was that note in her voice as who would say: "Do 1 like it on earth as well as and I do in heaven?" "No, of course I don't. I've been homesick ever since I left Paris. The League is a very nice place in its •way, but how any one can love the League in its present embellished con­ dition is beyond me." "But why don't you like it?" persisted one of the .girls, wiho had never been to Paris, says the New York Commercial Adver­ tiser. The' first speaker thought a moment. "Well, in the first place," she said, "there is all the difference between home and a hotel—between our little studios in the Latin quarter and one of your caravansaries of art schoo...

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 April 1899

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV­ ERY AND INVENTION. |k Tiny Railway, Vint Seen at the Onulw Exposition—Oua-SeTenth the Six* of the Averate Eaclnet—A Harbor De -'fame Mine—Leather and Celluloid. Leather as Substitute for Celluloid. German leather workers Have re­ cently been experimenting with a new process of preparing leather by means of which it becomes almost transpar­ ent, firm, elastic and water-proof. It is claimed also that it is almost in­ combustible, and in this particular is •a very great improvement upon cellu­ loid preparations and those made of •other animal substances or rubber. The process, which is a trade secret, consists to some extent in saturating the leather with hot oil, then kneading it and rolling it. It absorbs a large •amount of oil, becomes tenacious and •of the consistency of tortoise shell. Its value in the arts is likely to be very .great, and especially in electrical work it is supposed that it will be more ef­ fective for certain purposes t...

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. — 29 April 1899

wr^ppw vmmm' A ", THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. -...--:«•OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUI||Y. CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Frditetori Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advancj^. i^ GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. APRIL 20 1899. Brine1 the Boys Home! The communication sent to the ligis ]atnre by Governor Land yesterday relative to muster out of tho Thirteenth Minnesota, puts the matter in a new light, and one that cannot fail to enlist the support of our citizens for the gover­ nor's demand upon the president for the regiment's return, He incorporates a message received by him from Col. Ames, to the effect that the regiment desires lo be ordered home and mustered out of the service, unanimously. So long as it was believed that the members of the Thirteenth preferred to stay, their relatives and friends at home felt a delicacy about insisting upon their dis­ charge. But if it is apparent that they desire to come home, we at home will feel warranted in bringing to bear all the influence we possess in securing the gratific...

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. — 29 April 1899

sf8i«o3 «~w*fj*t~'* J^n Ol^f ''^^.^HckaoV. of iiutseb,. ^as in town a few days this week. The I*. A.. D. & tinued its trains from Port Arthur to Gnnflint until the spring freshets are over.- .•'••.•'• An employe of the Johnson Nickel Co. passed through here Sunday on his way fromLatseii to Gunflint with a team of horses belonging to the company. Register Carhart has the Defender on dry dock getting her ready 'for the season's operations. He is thinking strongly of entering her in the contest for the American's cup. Chas. J. Johnson has received his commission as postmaster of our thriv­ ing city ana will take charge of the office within a few days. Fof some time past Charly has been practicing on the punch­ ing bag so as to be proper trim to lick postageatamps. The Duluth Evening Herald of the 21st inst. was printed upon the first lot of paper manufactured by "the new paper mills at Cloquet, Minn. These Mills are said to be the finest and most complete paper mills in the world. ...

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. — 29 April 1899

"Sffl Aries naturally result from the greatmerttwhldl. makes the thousands of wonderful cures by Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $L Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 2S centa. Women Buried With Blllltkry Hon on. A woman known to have passed her 112th birthday recently died near Douai, France. Her name was Jose­ phine Rostkowski, her maiden name haying been Mazurkiewicz, and she was. born at Warsaw on Miarch 19, 1784. She had been married to a cap­ tain of a Polish regiment, and with him took part in a great number of battles of the Napoleonic wars, during one of which the regiment, on the roll of which she was carried as assistant surgeon, heavily outnumbered by the foe, was almost wiped out of existence. She was herself wounded several times during her arduous duties, but she remained in the hospital service of the French army until after the Cri­ mean war, taking an active part, Iso, in that campaign. She left the service when 71 years old, and was retired...

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 May 1899

jrm A BRAVE COLONEL. •RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA AS A FAMILY MEDICINE. A Scientific Spring Medicine and Remedy for Catarrh and Stomaob Trouble. Colonel Arthur L. Hamilton, of the Seventh Ohio Volunteers, 259 Goodale street, Columbus, Ohio, writes: "Be­ sides having the merits of Pe-ru-na so iully demonstrated in my family, I I Colonel Hamilton, of Columbus, O. have a number of friends who have taken it for catarrh and stomach trouble, and all unite in praising it. As a remedy for catarrh I can fully recommend it." Mrs. Hamilton, wife of the gallant colonel, is an ardeht friend of Pe-ru-na also. In a letter on the subject, she writes: "L have been taking Pe-ru-na for some time, and I am enjoying better health now than I have for years. I attribute the chang£ in my health to Pe-ru-na, and recommend this excellent catarrh remedy to every woman, believing it to be especially beneficial to them." The spring-time is the most favor­ able time of the year to treat catarrh. There is so much less li...

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 May 1899

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAEEI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor Terms, $1,00 a Yearan Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., MAY 6 1*99. That rich Americans do some ridicu­ lous thinpe in their efforts to mnke their money attract the attention,,they think it onght to get is perfeotly true bat when Lord Roseberry had the oridal procession at the marriage of his second daughter to the earl of Crewe, oioemato graphed, as it entered and as it left Westminster Abbey, he deprived the English of the pleasure of throwing stones at our glass houses. No American ever did anything more shocking to good taste. Ex-Governor Crawford, of Kan8., ad­ vocates the withdrawal of oar army and navy from the Philippines and using them to fight, the trusts at home. Not­ withstanding such talk, it is doubtful whether there is a man in the U. S. who would, if he occupied President McKin ley's place, order the abandonment of the Philippines. If the Mazet investigatiag committee does not find ...

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 May 1899

OF LOCA1, INTEREST. P. Olien went to Dalath Thursday afternoon. Michael Murphy loft Thursday for "Weet Duluth. Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage went to Duluth rhursday. 3a*® Carriboo returned Wednesday from Grand Portage. Matt.^ Johnson has been appointed deputy county auditor. T. W. Mayhew left Monday for Duluth to get 8took for the store here. £. W. Wakelin came in from Gdnflint Thursday, he reports a wet tnp. Earl Miller of Duluth ia visiting his eister, Miss Maud,on Maple Hill. Treasurer Johnson was among the passengers for Duluth last Monday. Considerable activity in real estate is noted by the Register of Deeds records. Ole J. Olson and Iver Iverson took advantage of first boat to renew acquain­ tances in Dulnth. Andrew Christiansen, of Horse-shoe Bay was among the passengers for Du­ luth by Thursday boat. Auditor Murphy has received 75 pounds of sugar beet seed for distribu­ tion, call early and avoid the rush. John R. MoGiffert, an attorney from Duluth, spent the first of the ...

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 May 1899

ST. Cum RhMiMfisn JACOBS !h"n,,l" OIL Sprains Bruins Soreness Stiffness ST JACOBS OIL +A Ira 4 Sold by all drug* gists or sent post­ paid by the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Schenectady, N.Y., on receipt of price, 5o*per box six boxes,$2,s-2. Proof. "How Scroggins and his wife must love each other." "Why?' 'They were partners in a rubber of "Whist last night, and didn't quarrel •cr,ce." PATENTS. List of Patent* Isaued Last Weeelt to Northwestern Inventors. L. S. Buffington, Minneapolis, Make Your Liver Lively. A lazy, languid liver keeps you in bad health •all the time. Wake it up to lively action with Cascarets Candy Cathartic. All druggists, 10c, 26c. 50c. The bigger bore a man is the more he •hoots off his mouth. fiti THE BEST gPRING TONIC. Do You Feet Ache and HnrnT Shake into your shoes, Allen's Foot EaBe, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns, Bunions, Swollen, Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE. .A...

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. — 13 May 1899

W':'W -W WS ,J- CREW OF MONKEYS, .' tf .,.- TRAINED GORILLAS SAVED THE BRITISH VESSEL. ®aars That Dlitft Growl—Captain Re­ flates a Remwlable Incident He and 'Hit Crew W-ltnemed In the Bed Se»— Made Good Seamen. Prof. Garnler, wliose starling theo­ ries regarding the .possibility of goril­ las being trained for useful occupa­ tions caused so .much comment last .year in scientific circles, would doubt­ less be much .pleased could he have the pleasure of a talk with Capt. Mc- Lauchlan of the British steamer Ny anza, which-arrived recently in Phila­ delphia from Sourabaya. Capt. Mc Lauchlan brings an account -of a vio­ lent storm -in the Red sea, during which he observed a dhow saved from destruction -by her crew, jiearly all of which were gorillas. The Nyanza left Sourabaya, Java, on Jan. 4 for the Delaware breakwater. Her vcourse was through the Indian ocean, -straits of Babel-jnandeb and the Red sea. When on the latter in­ hospitable -sheet of water the incident occurred which has b...

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. — 13 May 1899

U) .ft.'* tUj fMJ Siif# THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, ~OPFlCJAIiP.A}P|S* OFCOOKCOUNTy. 5 C&RIS MURPHY, Editor ajjd Pjropietor. Terms, (1.00 a Year in Advancp, OR4SJP MARAIS. MJKfN,, MAY 13. J899, SELECTING CANARIES. Tbe Best Singers Picked Out by Hen with Trained Ears. fcfMW* Number* ot the Birds Shipped to Thjta Connljpy fim Germany Yetur How Tl*e7! Are Bm41C4 Whoever has tried to buy a canary knows how hard it is., to pick a good singer. There are, however, men in this country who are not only able to dis­ tinguish betypeen the birds that sing and those that do not, but who, guided by their eay alone, pax pick and classify canaries according to quality and'range of voice, even when hundred8 cana­ ries are singing together. In an East side establishment in New York, where on an. average 7,000 cana­ ries are kept the year round, two of these experts sit daily in front of a huge tack of little willow cages, in which pre more than 730 birds sometimes. With wonderful ease, and most thor­...

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. — 13 May 1899

a 1 1 ^tg^OFl'OOALiNTBBaST .» town. Noeii Haulliao wte\in town Thursday. "We acknowledge a'vwj^ Aeatwyexiier of the Chicago say echooH Ewr. Andrew Peterson and Chris Joh «oa left for Dulath Friday* E. W. "Wakelin left, for atri]J to the JZenithflity last Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Laraen visited friends In town last Monday and Tuesday./ -'•. •. -.-V Mr«. Loma Engelson of Tofte is visit ifl hep parents, Mb and Mrs. Scott. Mrs. Kate Sawyer was a pasenger on Sunday boat, she is on her farm east of '.rU..v John Wodahl of Duluth has been yis itinfc his son Helmer, at Sllingwood this week. C. A. A. Nelson, the genial landlord of the Lutsen hostelry was a visiter this week. T. W. Mayhew returned Sunday from Duluth, ha brought a stock of goods for the store. H. J. Bedmeyer was attending to bus­ iness matters at the county seat last Thursday. Judge of Probate Bindall was called to », Duluth Friday by the serious illness of bis brother Sam. E. S. E. McKiel of Duluth spent the first part of the week...

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. — 13 May 1899

Prompt for O "Queer about Clara's wedding with that plumber." "What was queer?'* "Why, be came to get married at the day and hour he said he would."—De­ troit Free Press. Kipllngr'a Good Luck. The first story that Kipling writes after his illness will bring a fabulous price. It will be sought as eagerly by progressive publishers as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is by all who suffer from stomach ills of any nature. No matter whether it be indigestion, con­ stipation, billiousness or nervousness, the Bitters will cure it. It is an ifn equaled spring medicine. A siigrht Objection. "What do you think of current fic­ tion?" asked the young woman, who was one of the officers In a literary so­ ciety. "It's all right," answered the young man with the striped shirt. "Only I can't help wishing they'd get more im­ agination into the stories and less in the weather reports."—Washington Star. PREPARE TALKS WITH WOMEN OF MIDDLE AQE walt untl1 y™ N N 'Mi for the turn of life. It is a critical period...

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 May 1899

POLLY. "Dotr Margaret: I aim sorry to grieve yon, feut I cannot nulrry John Murray. He te too plain and pokey and would never suit me at all, and I aim going marry the man I love. He la not your style, and knowing yon will not «®trove I am taking French leave, and you will never be bothered with me again. Hoping that in time you may forgive me, I must now say farewell. Your loving sister. Pqlly." On reaching Polly's room to assist her in dressing for her wedding Mar­ garet found this note upon the table. The girl had managed very adroitly to get her clothes out of the house with­ out exciting suspicion, and left at the last minute. So there was no wed­ ding at the little flat that night, and when the quests arrived they were Quietly dismissed. All her life Margaret Maguire had scrimped rand saved and sacrificed, practicing every form of self-denial for her younger sister. At 14 she entered the shop that her small earnings might be added to the family store. Earnest­ ly desiring an e...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 May 1899

n* fe1"-' v-.- Mi- Pfr fp ,i i# itgf-'V, $ FOK WOMAN AND HOME ITEM8 OF INTEREST ^OR AND MATRONS. V»rgg«rlt«— the Enrtcr Cape—Spring Cycling 8alt—The Tight (skirts—Pro |Nnb« PMost Party the Latest Tongue 8alad. lbifaerite. What aileth pretty Marguerite? Buch April moods about her meet! Bhe sighs, and yet she is not sad She smiles, with naught to- make her glad. -j,.* ./, A thousand flitting fancies chase The sun and shadow on her face: The wind Is not more light than she, Nor deeper the unsounded sea. What alleth pretty Marguerite? Doth none discern her secret sweet? Yet earth and air may have a sign The heart of maiden to divine. In budding leaf and building nest Lie kindred mysteries half contest And whoso hath the gift of sight May Nature's riddle read aright. Not all at once the lily's heart Is kissed by wooingN waves apart: Not in a day the lavish May Flings all her choicest flowers away. Fair child! shall potent Love alone Forget to send his heralds on? Ah, happy lips, that dar...

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 May 1899

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRCNT NOTES OF DISCOV­ ERY AND INVENTION. A Telescoping Car Step That Fill a Long Felt Want—How Pictures of the Voice May Be Made—New Cae for -Fibre of the Pineapple. New Use for Pineapple Fibre. Interest has recently been aroused in the question of using pineapple fibre as a substitute for flax, and it is claimed by manj^ that this material not only possesses all the essential •characteristics of flax, but that it has in addition advantages of its own. A number of years ago British spinners made an attempt to use pineapple fibre, but did not meet with success, and in Burmah also, where the plant is very abundant, no serious attempt has ever been made to spin the fibre. In the Philippines a variety of cloth is made from pineapple fibre which is celebrated for its fine hair-like fibres, but the plant from which the fibre is obtained is thought to be of a differ­ ent species from the usual form. In Singapore a test was made a few months ago with some pineapple fib...

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 May 1899

Pit? tl f( rv^^tfr'v'^r^•-••: .1 l:, *. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COCNTY. CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and PrBprietor. TeraB. $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. MAY 20. 1899. THE GABDEN OF EDEN Article on'This S.ubject by General Gordon in New interest is added to this question by an article in the Strand Magazine entitled: "The Site of the Garden of Eden," by Gen. Gordon. A note by the editor states that the article was writ­ ten by Gen. Gordon in 1882 and now sees the light for the first time. The editor further suggests that Gen. Gor­ don was probably the most capable per­ son in the world to deal with this fas­ cinating subject, as he combined a delp religious feeling and extensive research on all matters pertaining to Biblical and oriental history. Gen. Gordon gives his reasons in this brief article for believing that the Garden of Eden is at or near the Sey­ chelles. He says: "I could even put it at Praslin, a small isle 20 miles north of Mahe." The Seychelles are a group of i...

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. — 20 May 1899

HERALDINGS. The shoes are still at Tofte. Isaac Johnson went to Dolnth Thurs­ day. John Erickson has returned from a Duluth trip. Dr. Jones is in Duluth renewing •acquaintances. Mrs. Louis Engelson has returned to her home at Tofte. Alex Easier of Lntsen was a visitor thefirst of the week. Swamper Garriboo is home after a weeks trip to the woods. Bertha Iverson went to Tofte Thurs­ day to remain all summer. Mrs. John Matheson and son, Merle are visiting friends at Tofte. Isaac Johnson of Maple Hill who has been very sick is now improving. Capt. John Morrison has returned from an extended business trip to Duluth. Emil Nelson, sheriff of Lake county, made a sale of real estate at the court house last Monday. Isaac Hauser of Gagnon's Island and Customs Officer C. W. Gate of Grand Portage were passengers on Thursday boat. The Harlem which was wrecked near Islo Royale is reported by the Dixon as being in about the same condition as last fall. The ground was covered with snow last Tuesday...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 May 1899

Beyond the willow chair. ssi FOR BOYS AND- GIRLS. "COME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. CGreakfast-Table-l.and—A Youthful Fog simist—A Triumph of Duty—Getting Even—Kitty's Picture—Little Hanky Dory. Breakfast Table Land. Cn all the world of Food-and-Drink There lives no Prince like Bobolink, None half so good and fair. He reigns in Breakfast-table-land, Which spreads away on either hand Upon the right, near Orangeville, There rises famous Muffin Hill And just a bit beyond The glistening Sugar Rocks are piled, A place beloved by every child And close by New Milk Pond. Tho Sweet-Cream Palls slip smoothly down And join the Coffee Springs, all brown And hot as hot can be. And. there's the town of Johnny Cake, Old Doughnut Mountain, Syrup Lake, And pleasant Pancake Lea. Each morning to his willow throne The prince ascends, and in a tone That makes his subjects quake He says: "Good morning, every one, If you don't mind, I'll start upon The town of Johnny Cake!" He eats the hills he d...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 May 1899

LUMBAGO IS EASY TO GET AND JUST AS CAST TO CURE IF YOU USE St. Jacobs Oil Bullry. "You "are fined $10 for contempt of jourt," said the judge. "That wouldn't even pay the express age on it," answered the culprit.— Philadelphia North American. Salter's Seed Corn. Does yonr seed corn test, Bro. Farmer? Seizor's does—it's northern grown, early and good for 80 to 150 bu. per acre! Send this notice and 16c for 8 corn samples and low prices to John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis. fw. n.] Melbourne, now the serventh city of the empire, consisted, at the time of Queen Victoria's accession, of thirteen huts. We will forfeit $1,000 if any of our pub­ lished testimonials are proven to be not genuine. THE PISO I Co., Warren, Pa. Over $1,000,000 worth of diamonds are stolen every year from the South African diamond mines. Some men judge by appearances but detectives judge by disappearances.. An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, SYRUP O...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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