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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 August 1894

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, OFFICIAL PAPW OR COOK COUKTY, CHRIS, MURPHY, Edttorand Proprietor. Terms, SLQO .a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN,, AUGUST4. 1894, Watcfe Our ttaoofce. There never was a time in the history of Grand Marais when the future looked brighter than it does today. Yon hear DO Republican in this neck of the woods prating about "these Democratic times." Jt would not be to their advantage to do ao for the people of Grand Marais never knew less of want, they never were more contented and prosperous than at the present writing. They would know nothing of hard times but for the news that comes to them from the outside. We don't possess all the luxuries of a metropolitan city, but we're happy and undoubtedly enjoy life more than do thousands in the larger cities who are offered the luxury of a street car service, {or instance, and must "let it pass" tor want of the wherewith to do otherwise. And the reasons Are many whj we should have bright hopes for the future. Not o...

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. — 4 August 1894

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Auditor Eisher returned from Duluth "Wednesday evening. 0. S. Duifee returned Wednesday •evening from Daluth. County Commissioner Dowman left on the Dixon Sunday evening for his olaim. County Commissioner Montferracd left for home in his sail Ijoat thin morn­ ing. Emit Olund, collector of customs of Duluth, made a trip to Port Arthur on the Dixon this week. Misses Clara and Estella Hector of Duluth are the guests of Misses Ella and Carry Mayhew this week. Mrs. Fisher returned from Minneapolis Sunday evening accompanied by her father who was so seriously ill. Miss Mattie Gould arrived on the Stewart Monday evening from West Superior to look after her claim. & F. Howestine and family are expect­ ed to arrive on the Dixon tomorrow evening for a month's visit in Grand Marais. Mesdames C. Hanson and J. C. Erick «on arrived from Duluth on the Stewart Monday evening for a visit with their husbands. Dr. and Mrs. P. E, Sheppard of Hutch­ inson, Minn., arrived on the Di...

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. — 4 August 1894

& iMfhtct Honors—World*# Pair 'DR.* tt. CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fie* tan Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Just Like Them. Some tired teachers In one of our schools for whom the small boy had been making life a burden were dis­ cussing the situation. Said one: "Well, we won't have them in the next world drumming their feet or do­ ing something to disturb us all the time." To which another teachcr replied with a laugh. "No, but they can flap their wings." —Ex. Envelopes were first made In 1839 and sold for ten cents and twenty-five cents apiece. Karl's Clov«»- Root Tea, The great Blood purifier,gives freshness and clearness to the Complexion and cures Constipation. 25c.,50c.,|l. It takes a strong man to hold his own tongue. Hanson's Magic Corn Salve." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Ask your druggist for It. Price 16 cents. If a man is selfish, getting married will not cure him of it. Hall'a Catarrh Care Is .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. — 11 August 1894

-n.t* &2*r}t:<gJ%-?p7-,*f*f# VOLUME III. BEN TEMPEST. This is a true story of an old-time "bear hunt in Vermont, told the writer by one who took part in the exciting sport, nearly sixty years ago. In those days the country in the val­ leys of the Green Mountains was thin­ ly settled, and the boys, as they trudged along to school, would often step on the highway to listen to the stealthy rustling of wildcats in the ad­ jacent bushes. They did not stop long, however, but took to their heels and A Bear! A Bear! fan like deer. But there was an ani­ mal much more to be dreaded tftn-n the wildcat. The mountains were full of great black bears that often came down to the farms to steal sheep and demolish the cornfields, for bears love sweet corn almost as well as they love honey. When the news ran like wild­ fire along the country side that a bear had been seen in the neighborhood, everybody, man or boy, who could carry a gun was up in arms at once. Schoolmasters dismissed their pupi...

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. — 11 August 1894

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OmeiAj- PAFEI OF CCNMC CQPJSTY. CHRJS. MfJRPIIY, Editpr aptl Proprietor, Tortus, S1.Q0 a Year in Advance. iGRANP MARAIS, MINN., AUGUST 11. 1894. In 1.877. The historic railway strike of 1877, ^except the present one th,e largest ever ^nown in this country, originated with -the employees .of the Baltimore an# -Ohio raijway. They struck against a 'reduction of their wages JO per cent. Pennsylvania railroad men joined in ou$ of sympathy, and the movement extend­ ed from Pittsburg to (Chicago. Violence "began at Martinsburg, W. Va., and the last gun was fired in Chicago. The strike ?egan July 16 and closed July 26. Governor Matthews of West Virginia .called on JPrqsideiMt Hayes for federal troops to suppress the rioters. 'They •were sent at once, this being the first time such troops had ever been filled .jjut to settle a labor strike. The militia of Maryland and Pennsyl­ vania wei'o in active service in gelling jtbe riots in Baltimore ,and Pittsburg re­ spective...

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. — 11 August 1894

LOCAL INTEREST, John Drouillard returned from Buluth Wednesday evening. Frank Pero left on Jbhe Stewart Moa •day evening for Isle Boyal. Misses Clara and Estella Hector left Sat home .on the Dixon Thursday even ing. Miss Bosy Scott returned Wednesday •evening from a visit with friends in Dur iuth. Uncle Perry Martin visited his .claim At Mt. Ashbury a couple of days this week- Mrs. E. B. Smith, who is visiting her ^daughter, Mrs. Mayhew, has been ill during the past week. -County Treasurer Johnson returned Xrom the Woods Sunday evening and left Monday evening for Duluth. Andrew Christianson came up from Washington Bay yesterday for a short ^risit with his many friends here. Work on the county roads is being pushed as rapidly as possible and, we are informed, a first class job is being done. A party of Duluth pleasure seekers passed through town on the Stewart Monday evening en route for Isle Boyal. The Nautilas returned from Isle Boyal with the St. Paul party Wednesday af­ ternoon a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1894

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Mr oa- CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Just Iiike Them. Some tired teachers in one of our schools. for whom the small boy had been making life a burden were dis­ cussing the situation. Said one: "Well, we won't have them in the next world drumming their feet or do­ ing something to disturb us all the time." To which another teacher replied with a laugh. "No, but they can flap their wings." —Ex. Envelopes were first made in 1839 and sold for ten cents and twenty-five' cents apiece. Earl's CIov»«- Hoot Tea. The great Blood purifier .gives freshness and clearness to tbe Complexion and cures Constipation. 25c.,50c.,91. It takes a strong man to hold his own tongue. Hanson's Magic Corn Salve." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Ask your druggist for it. Price 16 cents. If a man Is selfish, getting married will not cure him of it. Hall's Catarrh Care Is a con...

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. — 18 August 1894

ANARCHISTS REDUCE THEIR MAN­ UFACTURE TO A SCIENCE. .Made Up in. Various Styles of Inno­ cent Lookir g* Packages So as to Elude tlie Vigilance of tlie Police —W oiiilerful Contrivances Tbat Have Caused Death. Never in the history of anarchy has •there been such a sequence of dastardly crimes committed in so short a space of time as during the present year. The last and most appalling of them all, the jxrarder of President Carnot, emphasizes the urgent need of immediate action on Rnvnchol Kettle Bomb. the part of all governments to take measures that will lead to the swift punishment and extermination of these human wolves who call themselves an­ archists. Though the dagger was used with such terrible effect by Santo, the bomb fwill nevertheless remain the chosen weapon of anarchy. The knife exposes the murderer to too great risk and is, according to the ethics of reds, not wide enough in its scope. To kill by the score is the greatest glory of these peo­ ple. The evolution of the mo...

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. — 18 August 1894

TUB COOK UOUlffTY KEIiJsLD.^' '*6AOFF' lit t- ICUYR, PAPEI OF COOK Caruiy. ^CUKZS. MURFHY^Eaitqr and Proprietgar, Terms, S1.00 a Year in Advance. QRANri MiitAil, §&$& ^tJGUST 18, 1894. yiu3 African toiirist spends on an a^age'^,'iQO'|qr''*a lt *can. be. jnadg -for Jj6Q0, ^qd,h,ep$j:,as 'aawch fiun kejgot-gut pf it PTit Jhe 'average is brought tip tCT$lfl(iW 'by th9 ribh people- wliia 'buy pfctto^s jewelry '.afcid clothing atftba&l .1 1 .'^L ,ieport Was /'^circulated *that* the house of rep^eseiita^tcss' \vpMd''striaEp' put the ".one-eighth .differential duty, on sjjgarj.?' Just before,the report,was mado '/public .New York brokers had orders Jfrom their Washington .offices to sell a 'large quantity of sugar stock. A' law of congress for the arbitration of railroad troubles was passed in 1888. 'It did not enforce' a settlement, but pro­ vided for the appointment of a federal »maussion of arbitration, yrhich could investigate: the differences and ,depid,e Shem if it was al...

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. — 18 August 1894

(X-TvfiV-^ INTJEREST.. \rrfy w— u\oc :a |f^' Dr. Mayhew-^^" Daluth ,.fcMs week .G.r^ lookin aine. •. Pf, i0$0f iditoTV r|fcarned $$$» last Track iP^/^tetfced t£om Isle.poyal "Wedcesda *'v\ irning. Mr|i(i luth f-iurftTay -'©veriili^ lay. for9Daluth. '. from Du- ^he Digpn j,'. |_, —x Mr. and- Mra.\H. J. l&raun arb looking j.'att^r tTbi© hotel ^urxng. the absence ol Mr. an(^|yIp^.Ei^lJerton.,' .•,V "4 "6' Mr. and Mrs. XD. C. Monker are rejoic ing over the arrival,.on Wednesday even­ ing lastj Of a fine hip girl. Our old friend, Hans Engelson, if .^Carlton Peak, took in the sights in the county seat last'Saturday. P. O. Noben ofJ)uhith passed through town last evening. He was enjoying the ,pleasures of aground trip on the Dixon. ,M. Johnson received from Dulul last evening the lumber, ^and shingles with which to complete his new residence on .-Good Harbor hill. 1 We publish this week a report of the proceedings of the bqard of county .com­ missioners for their meeting of the 27th jo...

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. — 18 August 1894

Impure Blood llanifests Itself in hot weather in hires, pimples, boils and other eruptions which disfigure the face and cause great annoyance. The cure i» j-jood's Sarsa- parilla C^^^^ ures found in Hood's Sarsa tarilla, which makes the blood pure and removes ill such disfigurations. tt also gives strength, creates an appetite and invigorates the whole system. Get Hood's. Hood'S Pills are prompt and efficient. A DOG DRUNKARD Bnmpna Never Missed a Chance to Drink jLiquor, and Finally Went the Way of all His Kind. In bear stories sometimes you hear truth-stretching yams about how Bruin was conquered by filling him with li­ quor. One day last winter when a horse was hauled out of the East river after several hours' struggle for life in its freezing embrace, they gave straight whisky. And here is another story of a whisky-drinking animal—a dog out in Ohio, who was an habitual drunkard, so they say, and whose bibu­ lous propensities actually led to his death, which happened the other day...

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. — 25 August 1894

1 tv a #(.*, ?£i8rtj*£ A*- W -, -v,i^,-.^ *•.** VOLUME III. KITTY'S LOYE. feOTe Story ef a Columbia College Student. Bob Key worth was the only son of .Judge Keyworth, one of the leading citizens of (Poughkeepsie-on-the-Hud son. Judge Keyworth was a man whom everybody respected. He was very wealthy. Then, again, he stood at the head of his profession, and was, besides, a vestryman of the most fashionable Episcopal church in town. The ambition of Judge Keyworth's life was that his only son Bob should -follow in his father's footsteps. In order that Bob should become a great lawyer, he was sent to Columbia col­ lege, and at the time our story opens he was a member of the law depart­ ment of that institution. Judge Key worth was well aware that all kinds of temptations beset the young man who resides in New York. Left to him­ self, Bob would certainly get into bad company, .and. acquire objectionable habits. In order, therefore, to save him from the fate of so many promising young Arch...

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. — 25 August 1894

•eas* i, ^K COQK COUNTY JEERALE).- FOKPIDA^ PAK5F OF Coojv COC^TV. etiRIS. MUi£tPJiy,' Editor tyid Proprietor.: Torps Sl.OOfl Year in Adjrapce. CUt^J HARAIS, MINN,, AUGUST 25. pm. THERE are several states that would Jike to furnish free pasturage for those ,eongress«»an who claim that the Russian thistle iff jfood proven qler for jxvules. Corbet says he will require six months $o get ready to fight, and present indica­ tions are that it will take .nearly as long to arrange for the fight. That gives him another theatrical season in which to :ntili?e hiB free advertising. What ^ver .else h© may be he isn't a fool. THREE or four newspaper men ia Min­ neapolis are candidates for the legisla­ ture. And why not? The people who .«lect them can be sure of faithful atten­ tion to ,the public interests. Some of the •ablest" members of the legislature of .st ^•6ars have been newspaper men.—Dii- luth Herald. Populism as a Leaven, •Whether the Popuilst party is to prove itself capable o.f amalga...

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 August 1894

1 OF LOCAL INTEREST. C. A. Nelson passed through town on the Dixon last evening. .' C. W. Crowley o| St. Paul was a visitor in town & couple of days tbis week, Mr. and Mrs. John Stave left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon for a visit with friends in Duluth. Matt Johnson has accepted the posi­ tions of assistant editor and foreman-of the composing room in THE HEBAitP of-' fice. Now watch our smoke. Mrs. E. R. Smith left on the Dixfin Thursday afternoon for her borne in N©w "Orleans after an extended visit with' her •daughter, Mreu' J. E. Mayhew. Mrs. Anoa Bolt and her son, Mr. Jaa. Bolt, of St. Paul, arrived on the Dixon Wednesday evening for a couple of weeks! .outing in Grand Marais. Eiling Olson left for Thomson, Minn.., 'Thursday afternoon. He will return soon with, hia family to make bis future iiome on his farm on Maple Hill. Messrs. O. Jacobson, Ludvig Eliason, A. S. Carlson and Ole Brunes, and Miss Carrie Brunes, all of Hovjand, passed through town on the Dixon Thursday af...

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 August 1894

Impure Blood Slanif ests itself in hot weather in hives, pimples, boils and other eruptions which disfigure th® -face and cause great annoyance. The oure i# FOOD'S Sarsa- parilla found in Hood's Sarsa (rarilla, which makes the blood pure and removes ill such disfigurations. tt also gives strength, creates an appetite and invigorates the whole system. Get Hood's. ures Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient. A DOG DRUNKARD Bnmpns Never Missed a Chance to Drink Liquor, and Finally Went the Way of all His Kind. In bear stories sometimes you hear truth-stretching yams about how Bruin was conquered by filling him with li­ quor. One day last winter when a horse was hauled out of the East river after several hours' struggle for life in its freezing embrace, they gave straight whisky. And here is another story of a whisky-drinking animal—a dog out in Ohio, who was an habitual drunkard, so they say, and whose bibu­ lous propensities actually led to Ms death, which happened the other day at Wil...

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 September 1894

COMiA AND COKEANS. THAT STRANGE: COUNTRY AMD ITS PEOPLB. -Peculiarities of a People Who for Aarea Lived to Themselves—A Conn try Where All Labor Is Done by- Hand. The tangle fnto which China and Japan have managed to get has brought Into prominence the queer country which, for ages, was known only by name, and, even in our own time, is so little visited by foreigners that informa­ tion concerning it is scarce and not Ring of Corea and Crown Prince. altogether reliable. Only a few years liave elapsed since' commercial inter­ course was opened with the Coreans, and even after it was established, so poor were the people, so imperfect was the development of the natural re­ sources of their country, that for a considerable time there was grave •doubt in the minds of the merchants whether the business would pay. As, however, the Coreans, little by little, ascertained what foreigners wanted to buy and the prices they were willing to pay, the native cupidity of the oriental mind was excited...

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 September 1894

pp VWSP 1 fe'V Ifeftv 1 -V -i HBSBALI5.* OFFICIAIy PAPE? OSCOQK-COTB^TY,. 9HRXS. MVEPttY Edifor and Proprietor. .— Terras, S:0Q a Year in Advance. GRAN© MA E&& MINN., SEpP^l. 1894 The people of West Dnluth. are having a hard time yo get the real, estate men ivho represent them on .the council to •$p give them a "much needed. system of .sewerage., As.i^tis now, they gay, the own .|rs of the best houses have connections ,yith storm sewers that empty into creeks tjhat run through the city which imposes -^pon the poorer people, those who can •Efot eii joy the same privileges that occu­ pants of fine houses do, the sufferers 4rotm a condition worse than if there was mo sewerage at all. It reminds us of &S0 story of a traveler in the South who, -becooiiiig thirsty, was offered a drink from a spring that flowed out of the foot gf a hill on the top of which was a grave ,3rard. The traveler declined to drink, .when the surprised native exclaimed: \'Why bless yo' soul, sah our bes...

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 September 1894

OP LOCAL. INTEREST. County Treasurer Johrfaon visited Du luth this week'. Mrs. Olaus Hasaon left on the Dixon Thursday evening for .Duluth. Adolph, Carlson visited his many friends in town a few d,ays this week. Geo Farwell and son of St. Paul are in town enjoying a few days,vacation. Mrs. J. 0. Efickson left on the Stewart Tuesday evening for her home in West Duluth. Andrew Hedstfom left on the Dixon Monday evening for a cciuple of months' stay in Duluth. Register of Deeds Tucker left for his claim Tuesday afternoon, accompanied by John Drouillard. Hans Gilbertson and' Gust Olson left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon for a week's visit in Duluth. Misses Agness DuChene and Gertrude Miller were the guests of Miss Ella May hew a couple of daj this week. J. G. Montferrand, G: S. Pieston and Paul LaPlant departed for Isle Royal Thursday afternoon in Mr. Montfer­ rand's sail boat. An enterprising druggist of Wisconsin appends the following sentence to a des play of nursing bottles in his ...

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 September 1894

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Falf. 'DR? CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 4Q YEARS THE STANPARP. Odd Receptacle for Gold. One of the most interesting curios in the collection of valuables at the mint is a queerly contrived bamboo tube that once contained a small consign­ ment of gold from far-off Madagascar "The gold was mined and smelted and done up for shipment by natives," said Registrar of Deposits J. Robley Dun glison, a short time ago, "and was the brightest gold ever received at the mint. They took a piece of bamboo about six inches long and two inches in diameter, and polished the outside till it was as smooth as glass. They then put a wooden coi'k in one end and poured in the melted gold and corked up the other end. In this queer receptacle the precious metal was safe­ ly brought all the way to America, and finally found its way into the mint."—Philadelphia Record. Insurance Item. "I wonder if I cou...

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 September 1894

rv V. -Wi' I) ur r^dsr S%4. SCIENTIFIC MATTERS. SOMG NEW WB1MLBS OF CLBVBR GENIUSES. War Departments Interested In the Subject ot SigiiallnK From Ba.1* loons—Preserving Books in the Tropics. For years past schemes for signaling from balloons raised sufficiently high above the earth's surface to be clearly seen from large tracts of surrounding country have been repeatedly proposed, and have attracted a fair share of at­ tention. The dangers of lights on gas balloons, however, and the bulkiness of air balloons in which gas explosion dangers would be absent, proved seri­ ous obstacles to be overcome, and it was not until the electric incandescent lamp had been successfully developed that there seemed any great promise of being able to practically accomplish much in this branch of signaling. With the incandescent lamp, of course, fire and explosion risk was reduced to a minimum, and it was fully demonstrat­ ed by experiment more than a dozen years ago that with the then compara­ tively ...

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