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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 June 1899

Ev I/.- FE" V" Mr ivepS:' it' '$• W- SMist# w. THE OOOIF 0OUN** HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPKI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. TenM^L^QO a Year In Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN..'JUNK 10,1899. RUSSIA'S PLATINUM MINES. A Great Many of Them Have fallM Into the Bandi of roralgn Sradiute*. Practically the whole of the world's supply of platinum comes from Rus­ sia. Nearly all the important mines have passed into the hands of foreign­ ers. According to a St. Petersburg newspaper, there is a group of mines concentrated in the Verkhotursk dis­ trict of the government of Perm, num­ bering about 70, of which 40 are be­ ing worked. In the course of last year several of these passed into the hands of foreigners, including a Paris syn-. dicate having a capital of several mil­ lion francs, and five out of the exist­ ing seven great platinum enterprises in the Urals are now reported to have been purchased by foreigners. There is said to be really no demand in Rus­ sia for the metal, an...

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. — 10 June 1899

HERALDINGS. David Oarriboo returned from Grand Portage Tuesday. H. H. Bartlett made a flying trip to Duluth this week. J. H, Burwell left for his home in Sk Paul last Tuesday. W. £2. Lucas and John Erioluon went to Dulath last Tuesday. Frank LaSage made a business trip to Grand Portage this week. J. A. Mordoek and A. H. King of Bay­ field were in town this week. L. and W. S. Tanks have sold their their pine lands in 61-4 west. R. P. Paine made a trip to his home in Hovland township this week. Dr. H. D. Jones retained Wednesday after an extended visit in Dulath. Fred A. Gross and Henry B. Zebott of Dnlath went to the interior this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Selmar Johnson are rusticating on their farm near Kimball creek. J. C. Campbell and Swamper Carriboo went to Grand Portage last Sanday night. Wm. Larkin was a passenger on Tues­ day boat from Port Arthur en route to Duluth. Hans Larson left Thursday for Duluth where he will be employed during the summer. Auditor Murphy reports that app...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 June 1899

gk TAUGHT -km LESSON. WAIF WAS CQLJYRMOS?r OF THJE 'TIME. ,I-! (His PhUosophjt the Real One Why the -Man Bought the Black Youngster Siippera,u(l,_Gave Him His, Last Gdfif Piece—ki-jtt&ipaj..-*»et if'4 Mr. Le&on, who^liad just ceased tb ^represent a large manufacturing firth, had always .considered himself a great" deal of a philosofpheiysays the Wash­ ington S^r. The .yiears which hie? had known w^pe, sufficient in number, so he thought,, to,3^1/3 Justified .him in ex-.. pecting. somei.mRFfi tangible jm.emento than thet tingej®pay.: .over liig &air. The letter in rWhich tfye firm explained the conditions which rendered it ng^ longer desirable to ke$p a jp&ri in territory had beetf covering ,p^! open on the table.'"7 It1was, ttie firm in wtLicIr lie had', t&i years hoped -to Mtain'a'fc&trieithlp/ Itj%as not an nittKeasoiiahle'Tiope at'ttiat t^e, but the i,careless, libefal temperaiivep.fi: which made*, him 'so ^popular ^ith' ,sia trade failed, to -commend him ...

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. — 10 June 1899

B5i 1 SCIENTIFIC .TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OP DISCOV­ ERY. AND INVENTION. Celestial Photography May Be Aided by Indention—An Klectrlc Barber Shop—A Hook to Catch OmrU Flsb— Makbf Cider. Ib Celestial Photography. The telescopes used by astronomers are of two classes, those lor observa ti°n» and these for celestial photog I raphy, the main different being in lens curvature and relative propor­ tions of aperture to length. The a,tio of aperture to length in the ordinary ^•telescope is about 1 to 15. The Lick and Yerkes iastrumemts are about 19 times as long as they are wide, im­ portant experiments have been re­ cently made in the radical alteration of these proportions, the Bruce teles­ cope presented to Howard a few years ago by Miss Catherine W. Bruce hav­ ing an aperture of 24 inches and a length is only 12 feet. This covers an immense area, and has been highly successful in celestial photographs of wide area, which are wanted without regard for detail. The results obtained by this de...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 June 1899

I *. '•V i' A Romance of the Amana Community In Iowa. What led Herr Schweppe to join the Amanites no one knew but the elders, The Amanites did not gossip about it. They were not given to gossiping about anything. Work, duty, God these were all their thoughts. But the visitors- to the close-lying Amana vil lages seldom failed to notice that Herr Schweppe was a gentleman and to wonder how he came to join the Am­ anites, with their plain clothes and their lives of toil. The mystery was hid in the books of the elders. There was once a visitor who claimed that he had a glimpse of the page and saw "Bismarck" .written twice on Herr Schweppe's record. The name was Von Schweppe," too, this visitor said, though it was only Schweppe now. Be that as it may, Herr Schweppe's daughter, Annie, bore the traits of no­ ble German birth. She was a dark haired, dark-eyed maid, appearing among the other girls of the commune ity like a bit of Sevres ware surround­ ed by pieces of useful but homely plain w...

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. — 17 June 1899

'•lj! :j & THE WOLF HUMAN REINGS CARED TOR BY ANIMALS. took, A« and £»t Uk« tin Btuti ultk TPhom They Have B««—All Attempts to Otvlllse Them Have Been U« inooeufaL It ite well-known £ha£ 'the Hindoo as race have a strong-aversion to 'tak­ ing life of any kind. Strange as it Jnsoy seem, the wolf ds iregarded in some parts of India with a .peculiar supersti­ tious reverence, whidh makes the shed uiing of his blood sometimes iniquitous. As a consequence the wolves are bold and numerous, espscially in the dis­ tricts where there is little or no Euro­ pean influence. Children, also, are nu .merous, and the wolves, having no .'scruples about the sacredness of life, Lhave on countless occasions not only ^raided the village -sheepfolds, but have carried off children. The -vast ma­ jority of the latterihave been devoured, but here and there a poor victim, by the agency of some occult, influence, has been reseraedifor a fate worse than death. In 1852 what was probably the first circumstan...

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. — 17 June 1899

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. "t.r in. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. %r Yes, but ytXH cabled the great- btae air God's home, to -all His angels given And so perhaps the -sunbeam there Is father smiling up in heaven! 1 ft 3 An Implrlag Story—Hor'» Pdor Cana­ dian Boy Fought His Way to High Position and Fame—Mr Llncola and tht Drnmmer Boy. A Childish Fancjv Oh mother! see how pale and Wet The flowers on father's grave are ly 4ng! .... It must tod Watching you has set The little daisy-buds to crying! Poor child! and do you think the earth Sorrows because our hearts are.aching? Look, then, with what -a careless mirth That sunlight «ta his bed is breaking! Sohnnnan'i Upward I4fe. At 10 years of age a country lad on & backwoods farm on Prince Edward Island. Ait 13 he had become a clerk In a country store at a salary of $30 a year. At 18 he was a college stu­ dent, -supporting himself by working in the ^evenings as a bookkeeper. At 29 Ixe ihad won a scholarship in the University of L...

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. — 17 June 1899

Paris Correspondence: M. Loubet, the new president of tlie French re­ public, has moved into the Palace, of the Elysee without ordering any changes to be made in its furniture or •decoration. His course is different from the procedure of the late Felix Faure, who ransacked the National Garde-Meuble for ancient tapestries, priceless carpets and historic cabinets, tables, chairs, wardrobes and bed­ steads. The late president reveled in display. He found none of the na­ tional treasures too precious to decor­ ate the presidential home. M. Loubet, a severe republican of simple tastes, has ordered nothing, but, on the other hand, nothing will be changed. What was good enough for Felix Faure is good enough for him. The palace of the Elysee is itself one of the most romantic of the great houses of Paris. Constructed in 1718 for the Comte d'Evereux, it was used afterward by the beautiful and naugh­ ty Madame de Pompadour. She gave it to her brother, the Marquis de Marig ny, who enlarged it....

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. — 17 June 1899

I N^av- iiawfv -V THE COOK COUNTY HERALD! OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY^ CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, .Editor, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MAEAIS. MINN.. JUNE 17.1800. If any questions are to be submitted to international arbitration, such traps as that contained in the Russian arbitra­ tion proposals, at The Hague Confer­ ence, that monetary questions and those relating to inter-ooeanio canals shall be compulsorily submitted to an arbitration tribunal must be cut out. And now comes Dr. Koppe, a famous German scientist, with the' flat declar­ ation that chemically pure water is poison to the human system. It is a consolation however, to know that ohem ically pure water is very rarely found. Verily, time bring changes: The "Johnnie Bebs" have been holding a reunion in the suburbs of Washington, with President McKinley as a guest of honor. Another good thing to be cred­ ited to the Spanish war. Sorosis, the celebrated N...

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. — 17 June 1899

J, HERjitiDINaSv-®®- Olson has returned Commissioner home. Noel Hamline, of Lateen "was in town Thursday. JTC H. H, Barttett returned from aluth Sunday night. Auditor Murphy and Treasurer John son are in Duluth. Jamea A. Tncker returned to Dulutb Thursday afternoon. A. W. Peterson of Lutsen was among us the first of the week. We should be pleased to hear from our Zjutsen corespondent. County Attorney and Mrs. Titus re­ turned home last Sunday. Miss Maggie Scott and Guy" XTtus are visiting friends at Hovland. John Gustafson of Hovland was on the Dixon Friday en route to Duluth. The Dixon loaded the ties which have been on the dock all spring, last trip. Alec Cullen of Grand Portage is seri­ ously sick at the house of Frank LaSage. Wm. Howenstine left Friday for the Canadian gold fields, he went via Gun Flint. The tug strike in Duluth is over, terms satisfactory to both parties having been made. John Zimmerman has gone to Two Harbors where he will be employed dur­ ing the summer. Miss...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 June 1899

fl*&p fi-' SrPk-^ THAT DEAR MAN. "But don't you think you are repos­ ing too mucl^coixfldepce in him, Ber­ tha?" "M" &J£'f kM??- X-^ "You are such an unbeliever, Mrs. "Portman. Have I not trusted him in so far that I have promised one day to become his wife? And that once conceded all other trust becomes a matter of less consequence." Mrs. Portman was a matron of 50, who had passed through the fiery or­ deal of experience, and profited with­ al. Berth** J^rooks was only 24, the "widow o* a man whom she had duti­ fully married because her father bade her do so. Old Gen. Brooks had lived only four years after the marriage, and the young widow was left with two cherry-cheeked little girls and half a million of money. "Of course Mrs Brooks will marry again," prophesied everybody, and Mrs. Brooks verified the 'popular rumor by engaging herself to Gerald Montressor, "a model man!" He was president of half a dozen benevolent societies, director of as many more, chairman of a charit...

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. — 17 June 1899

J. An Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, SYRUP OF FIGS, manufactured by the CALIFORNIA Fie STRUP CO., illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa­ tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa­ tive, cleansing* the system effectually, dispelling colds,, headaches and fevers gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per­ manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub­ stance, and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, as they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the CALIFORNIA. FIG^^THJP Co. only. In order to...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 June 1899

OUR MAN IS ABROAD. •«r -UBIQUITOUS AMERICAN PER­ SON ALL OVER. Wi Hear of Him from Ice and Tropics —Here Is One Who Says "Hello" from Paraguay and Bays He Is Well —Farming Prospects Down There. In almost every corner" of the world these days one will find an American colonist Mr. Finch, the United States minister to Uruguay, has sent to the state department a letter from a Yan­ kee who has settled in Paraguay. A •part of the letter is summarized as follows: "The climate of Paraguay is delight­ ful, the heat during the warmest sea­ son not being oppressive. An evidence of the purity of the air is the fact that fresh meat can be kept for several days during summer without becoming putrid. The soil in the southeastern part is fertile and capable of producing in abundance corn, sugar cane, alfalfa and root crops of all kinds. Near the Paraguay river the land is not so good. Each colonist receives about sixty-two acres of land, implements, and an allowance of money on which to live for 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. — 24 June 1899

xix% 1 ¥•$ &/V, $ it. .k^v, f: j?\y :•. It ir "3- '-^1' 'i. 'WISE IS A MOCKER." It must have been about two years -and a half ago that the elderly lady with a husband, residing in our vil­ lage, conceived the grand idea of mak­ ing gooseberry wine. She communi­ cated it J® the elderly lady without a husband, who again imparted it to the lawyer's wife, a happy mother, with four 'onmarried daughters, of whom I was, and, alas! still am, the young­ est Tite elderly lady with a husband prevailed upon that appendage to gather the fruit and such was his good will that be arose at 6 o'clock in the morning from lite -comfortable •ccmch to obey Iheribehest. He ap ipeared at breakfast TOi£h lacerated liands and a perspiring frame but liis zeal sent him back to the garden tfhe moment toe Ihad -satisfied his ap­ petite. The elderly lady without ra husband, "having lost what the ^elderly lady with a husband possessed,. \was fain to help her. cook with iher own fair fingers. The lawyer's wife'...

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. — 24 June 1899

MBleURAQindf Pi *»$!? i|:' H-2: r't fkm% $^T«3*K i't-. '.i rVl£•' 5,-V- THF COOKCOUNTY H^I^ALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNT?. CHRIS. MURPHt^ Pfosftost aad Publisher. CLARK H. tARHAfcT. Editor. TtRM8, S1.00 A YEAR IM ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., JUNE 24,1889. WOMEN OUTLIVE MEN. Observations of Professor Bnaltstf Show Many More Female Cen­ tenarians Than Males. It ia strange but true that the most delicate child often outlives his stronger brother or sister. Many in­ stances are on record of the long sur­ vival of those who seemed destined to die early. It is said of Voltaire, who lived to be 84 years old, that he was so delicate at birth he could not be baptized for several months. Sir Isaac Newton, the doctors said, would' not live a week, but he celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday. Fontenelle lived to be 100, although he was so frail at birth that the priest had to go to his home to baptize him. Even more interesting than, this is the statement by Prof....

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. — 24 June 1899

*5: -z "fcftBtfSrtq S /*.„•* U'5 Vi *!*•& --aJBS iiamrnmAiiAiH ''Tj* Jl^' ^A" L«j ,:i v. LOCAL PICK-UPS. •tjjj^j".- v:*'• Ju3g# 0«a H. Dartee is in Data th on bnnness. Oapt. John Morrison teffc Thursday for Gun Bitot Gueft L. Peterson Is at the head dt the lakes. Master Johnnie Hector is visiting with Van Johnson. A. Sandrik of West Superior Wis. was in town Thursday. Treasurer Johnson left Tuesday onl­ ine for a Michigan trip. Martel Anaqnet is working at Two Harbors in the car shops. Mrs. Jos. Shotley has returned from an extended visit with friends in Cloqnet, Mattie Jacobson of Hovland came np Tuesday and is now employed at the hotel. Wm, Harrison, a Duluth attorney was looking np the records at the court house last Monday. Master Gny Titos and Margaret Scott hare returned from Hovland, they re­ port a pleasant time. Miss Gertrude Miller of Duluth is expected on tomorrow's boat for a visit with her sister, Miss Maude. Assessor Monker went to Lutsen Thursday for the purpose 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. — 24 June 1899

|g! Gordon'* Gu4ea of ISdea. Tlie Strand Magazine, publishes an ar­ ticle by the late Gen. Gordon of Kha totim on 'The Site of the Garden of Eden." He was so sure of having lo­ cated it correctly that he published a map of it. As near as can be, made otit, he thinks it was near the Persian Gulf. The tree of life he believes is the bread fruit, but of the tree of knowledge he is not certain.? •v France's New President. The new president of France is calm, sane and a trifle bourgeois. He looks like a man who would infuse into French politics as much vigor as Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters will do into the run-down system of anyone who uses it. It is an absolute cure for all stom­ ach disorders. Tattooing and Snake Bites. It really begins to look as if there While scientific minds are discussing the anti-toxin serum treatment of dis­ ease as if it were a new thing, the peo­ ple of ancient Byrmah are calling at­ tention to the fact'that for centuries they have used in the common custom of...

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 July 1899

.. ,r ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Adventures of Wedding Ring—Origin of Some Famous Fashions—The Polo­ naise—'^he Neck and 'the Throat—An A pro* |icho. Adv^itures of a Wedding Ring. In Germany the Continental custom prevails that wives should give their husbands a wedding ring at the nup­ tial service in return for the one they receive from the man they have ac­ cepted. Married women being generally superstitious as to the removal of their own wedding rings, it will surprise no­ body to learn that Teuton dames are very touchy as regards the respect paid by their spouses to the token of bondage they have accepted. If it be removed from the wedding finger and •carried about in the waistcoat pocket •or purse, woe. be to the husband should he be unfortunate enough to be discovered. A story comes from Berlin about a •certain poulterer of Meissen, the loss •of whose wedding ring "Utterly de­ stroyed for a time the domestic peace of his home. At last, however, he was 'able to v...

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 July 1899

Mr If-1 (Prom the New Yark Press.) On Just Tuesday tbs&re came to the United States cruiser Raleigh atrophy of waar which is, in,many respects, the toosit curious that has been acquired anywhere during the entire war. It is the picture which is reproduced on this page. After the destruction of Montojo's squadron in Manila bay, the sailors and marines from the Raleigh that made up a landing party, found «n the shore the dead body of a Spanish offi­ cer. Beside him lay a camera. SDt was a question whether the photographic box contained anything ©f value or not, trat Boatswain Gibbs of "tibe Ral­ eigh, having an investigating as well as a scientific turn of mtofl, pounced on it as a prize of great value. Hie companions laughed *him for his choice of souvenirs. They wanted knives, machetes, bayonets sfrcm Mau­ ser rifles and such things to put in their chests and bring back Tiome to their friends in the United States. But Gibbs clung to his camera, and when he got it down in tSh® Ra...

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 July 1899

-*^ri 5 J-. (Laredo Correspondence.) Your.native T?xan objects t.o.blood­ letting', in any but the conventional way. It is all right and proper to bleed A man with a six-shooter bullet or a bowie knife on due provocation. That Is according to state etiquette—or to Mr. Hoyle, as they say here. But "When a short-horn doctor from the effete East comes to the Rio Grande loaded down with quills, claims the right to enter your jacal without knocking, and then proceeds to tear a piece of hide off your arm, just because lie doesn't like your looks or your liver —when these, things happen, then there's sure to be a little unpleasant­ ness and a funeral or two. Laredo has just passed through an experience of this sort, and it required the State Rangers and a company of the Tenth United States cavalry to restore order. 8 The funerals took place a few days ago, and the wounded are doing as well as could be expected. It all grew out of the discovery by a young doctor that there was smallpox acro...

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