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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 September 1894

ih If- 7' I &"*- Uj J? jfc I: ik-tfl .J A wealthy candidate, iike a y.oung Jieiress, can i^ever be certain whether 'money of merit did the business. BOB Some men are disposed to obey literally the scriptural injunction—"Love thy neighbor," particularly when she happens po be young and attractive, even if she lias a husband. ^OMEHOW Senator Hill doesn't appear to t.e^^^'Imuch'ple&S^^^lia^n^beefr^ JieyecJ of the trouble of making federal appointments in his state as his Mo. col­ league, Senator Vest. -f OPFICIA^ PAPEI op COOK COUNTY. ^HRIS. Jtl'SPHY, GRANjp MfRAIS, MINN., SEPT. 8, 1894 THE CiTejtl Service la^v seems to be more ^al^ed afyput .than enforced.' CONGBESSMAN "JTKVEB read a book until it has been before the public at least a year," says a -Tronld-be Jiterary oracle. If everybody follows that advice the production' of new books would cease. 5?HE members of the Strike commission pught tp be experts in the fine art of lying, if the taking of the testimony of a ^aumber 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. — 8 September 1894

lr 4?* it NT*- ,Vf V'u"^® OF LOCAL INTEREST, iv Landlord Fullerion is in Dnluth on '"business. H. May hew went to Dulath on tie Dixon 'Monday evening. A daughter jpts born to Mr. and Mrs. pGust Olson Wednesday .eyenjng. Geo. Farwell .and son departed for itheir home in St. Paul Thursday evening. Hans Gilbertson and Gust Olson re jtnrned fnom Duluth Wednesday eyen mg. J. A. Tucker and John Drouillard re­ turned from the woods Wednesday af­ ternoon. Glaus Hanson has just completed his new residence on his claim west of town where he will spogid the winter with his family. Holte brothers and Herman Helmer .son are building four houses on the west side in which they .-will reside with their families this winter. Frank Hibbing, R. P. Dowse and Ross Gilke of Duluth left for home on the Di^on Thursday evening after looking over their interests in this vicinity. John G. Erickson and Ole J. Olson have been out on their claims for the past week fixing up their houses and getting them in shape...

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 September 1894

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pore Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret from Ammonia, Alurr. or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Odd Receptacle for Gold. One of the most interesting curios in die 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 vooden cork in one end and poured in the melted gold and coi'ked up tho 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 co...

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 September 1894

ft"' •fl* was anew sen­ sation to Dolly— this perfect, beautiful happi ness. It seemed to her that some wonderful new brightness must a down over the world. And it was only this morn­ ing that she had dusted the old brown dress and tried to brighten it with a fresh collar and pink bow. Only this morning—scarce­ ly twelve hours ago—she had pinned on the brown hat, with its. dejected "droopy" bows, and wondered if she must, walk about under it all the sum­ mer. And now it was all away back in the pitiful past. For at noon a telegram had come for her. She was eating her lunch, so daintily put up by Aunt Harriet, when the messenger-boy came into the little back room of the millinery store and handed her a yellow en­ velope. "It is all right. Coming to-morrow. Robebt. That was all but oh, the meaning ©f it! It meant an end to the years of weary waiting. It meant comfort and happiness and rest and the ful­ fillment of countless lovely dreams. And it meant that an heir had been found at la...

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 September 1894

'jTHES OOOK COUNTY HERALD. Q^P^CI^L PAP|I, jot ^PQK.QPTJNTY. YCHIJIS. ^IJREPJY, ^I:&R.^DT^OPRIETOR.' ^•ms.^l.QO^Ypar In Advance. GHANDjJJ^AlS. I4INN., SEPT.515.r1894 Those Demoorats! D|d you ever see jthe beat of them? They are into it attain $s confident igg ever. In.§£, Louis £outrty they have nominated a fujl coun­ ty ticket and from. the eagerness with «ffhich tfee nominations were sought^ ^giebody expects to be elected. Ditto Restatedemocr^qy.state convention ^as held in ^t. P^ul }*st week end, a full picket wa,B placed in nomination. In tltfffld instances the Democrats jjQet a wortljy example—that. of placing vlthe jadiciary.qjat of politics. In Daluth •they placed on^their ticket, theBepubli jcfjp candidate for -jndge of probate and |in43t. Paul. they endorsed the Populist ^candidate for judge of the Supreme -5Durt. It would be well for the people kf many other of the stat.e, county and ..mmrtflipal offices could l?e taken out of vpoliriqa. Too oft$p politics are only a b...

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 September 1894

iX H. Mayhew ^turned from ©uluth .Sunday evening., S. B. Swank return$d with his tug from Duluth Sunday evening. Landlord Fallerton /©turned on the JDizou Sunday .evening from Duluth. County Comqaissioner Dowman caqie ..in from his claim Thursday evening. Brent Jacobson apd Mr. Johnson of ,Hoviand were ,in towi the first of the week. S. P. Hovey $f Detroit, Mich., was4n town on bustpess a couple of days ^his week. Mrs. Jos. Wishkob of Beaver Bay, aee Miss Mary M^^ison, is visiting friends in town. Mrs. John Mafcheson.lefl on, the Dixon 'Monday evening for a visit. with friends in Duluth. Mrs. Chris. Murphy returned from a visit with friends in West Duluth Sun­ day evening. No wonder Berlin is a quiet city. A man was fined by one of the courts for •sneezing on the street at nigbt. gfcmuel W. Fisk of West Superior is in'town. He thinks of settling here if lie candind apiece of land to suit him. Peter Gagnon and wife, of Grand Port ®g§r'Passed through town on the Dixon ^Sunday evening ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 September 1894

Vr-1s •fl Pi^ C.- ., I Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. DH' CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. A pore Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Works Both Ways. Miss Footlites—Have all the papers printed notices of my engagement? Press Agent—Column after column. Miss Footlites—Good enough. Now send them word that the engagement is off. Singular. Paul—I don't see anything so very funny about your mustache. Mr. Toots—What do you mean? Paul—I heard sister tell you last night that it tickled her half to death. The sweepings of the Denver mint, which have been accumulating for years, were washed recently and yielded $3,000 worth of gold. T. S. Woodruff, general grain agent of the Northern Pacific railway, is now to take charge of the North Dakota business of Woodward & Company, the Minneapolis and Duluth commission men. A bicycle to run on a single track of a railroad has been invented by a man in Latah, Wash. A New Arrangement, St...

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 September 1894

-V- *.*'* **S V°H'ME in. CHINA'S WARRIORS. 'They are 200 years behind the TIMES. Antiquated Weapons, Banners With Dragon Pictures, HvKe Umbrellas, Gong* and. Gingals—Chinese War Junks* The Chinese have not yet gone to •ear with modern fireariris'aad fought according to modern Western ihethodk When they fought the English to stop the opium traffic their arms were not dissimilar to those the English had Member of China's Bow and Arrow Brigade. used 200 years before. Their' bows and arrows were probably more effect­ ive than then* firearms, says pxe:^New, York Wdrld. But their equipment was at least picturesque. They carried banners bearing representations of green drag­ ons and other terrible creatures, and also huge umbrellas. Many of the sol­ diers had colored penants attached to their persons. Their shields were also painted with alarming things. They went into battle with a tremendous beating of gongs and agitation of drag­ ons and' umbrellas. The stink-pot was a very, effective m...

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 September 1894

I I C%, THE OOOJS COUNT? HERALD, OFFICIAL PAPEJ op Coon COUNTY. CHEJS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, SJ..0Q a Yeajr In Adyance. GK4ND MAJEtAIS. MINN., SEPT. 22. 1894 The People Do See. We notice that the people of many counties in the state are not drawing party lines very tightly in the matter of ^electing candidates for their local offices. The people are learning that it doesn't pay to make puolic office a mere instrument for the building up of politi­ cal machinery and political rings, and they are coming to the conclusion that a good rule to follow, particularly in local elections, is to let the best man win. There are always to be found cer­ tain ones in every community who advise as to "vote 'er straight, even if the devil was ou the ticket we want to keep up the party organization, don't you see." And the people do see. They are becom­ ing convinced that they are neither part nor parcel of the "we" who are interested jn keeping np that "party organization j" that the...

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 September 1894

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Auditor Fisher returned home Sunday evening. J. E. Mayhew went to Duluth Mon­ day evening. S. B. Swank left ..yesterday ...with his tug for Duluth. A. McOaw and Geo. H. Allbrightof Duluth are in town. O. J, Johnson returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. Sheriff Wilson was in town on business the first of the week. Jas. A. Tucker returned on the Dixon ^Wednesday evening from Duluth. County Commissioner Dowman left on the Dixon Thursday evening for Duluth. Sam Rindahl left on the Dixon Mon­ day evening for a couple of weeks' stay in Dulutft. Mrs. Dan'l Best, of Ashland, arrived here Wednesday evening for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberg. Mr. Spink of Duluth passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening en route to his claim in the Gunflint dis­ trict. At the Democratic congressional con Tention held in St. Cloud on the 11th inst. Congressman Baldwin was renom­ inated by acclamation. Wm. Burnett left for Duluth Monday •evening after looking over ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 September 1894

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair* DH' CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. 4 pove Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frtl from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Works Both Ways. Miss Footlites—Have all the papers printed notices of my engagement? Press Agent—Column, after column. Miss Footlites—Good enough. Now send them word that the engagement is off. Singular. Paul—I don't see anything so very funny about your mustache. Mr. Toots—What do you mean? Paul—I heard sister tell you last night that it tickled her half to death. The sweepings of the Denver mint, which have been accumulating for years, were washed^ recently and yielded $3,000 worth of gold. T. S. Woodruff, general grain agent of the Northern Pacific railway, is now to take charge of the North Dakota busiress of Woodward & Company, the Minneapolis and Duluth commission men. A bicycle to run on a single" track of a railroad has been invented by a man in Latah, Wash. A Kew Arrangement. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1894

h-\ h- A SFELLI\G LESSOIT. jThere lived a man in Mexico* Who all his life did battle 1 "To rightfully spell such easy wordp As KahuatlacatL He wrotf the names of all the towalt-? It took of ink a bottle r, Biife could not spell Tenochtitla% Nor plain Tiaeatecotl. .••' 4 '/Vf Hp wjent to spelling school each :ffaj)v .'An# though a man of mettle, He ,'pould not conquer. :Toplitzinv/ Nor Huit^ojpochetlv He dwelt sometime .in-Yucatan, And the^at Tzoniab^^t' I" j& He learried to spell-one little word* 'TWas Ztuhonolpilli. ~t» *5 oy* Qf spelling just one word Did all his mind unsettle But, spelling still, he choked at last On Popocatepetl, "v —Youth's! Companion LOYE'S RACE, "But surely they left some address?" "Not as I know on." The caretaker at No. 19, Westphalia Terrace, leaned on the broom' which she had brought up to help heir to an­ swer the door and looked at me with -disfavor. '.'Do you'think the landlord knows?" No answer. "I took out a half-crown. "Look here!" I said, "this...

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 October 1894

1 U- &c -fc. ©i & THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. 81.00 a Year In Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., OCT. 20. 1894. Se,C. Murphy a Candidate. S. 0. Murphy, editor of the West Du lath Sun, has been named on the Demo­ cratic ticket as candidate for representa­ tive from this district in plaoe of Charles Little, resigned, Mr. Murphy spent three weeks in Grand Marais and vicini­ ty the past summer and will be remem­ bered by many of our citizens. For good reasons he bears a kindly feeling for Grand Marais, and if elected Cook coun­ ty will be sure of justice and fair treat­ ment at his hands. In him this county would have a representative who appre­ ciates our importance and to whom it would be a pleasure to respond to our people's reasonable demands. The following resolutions, adopted by the Jefferson club of West Duluth, show the esteem in which he is held by his neighbors of West Duluth: We the Jefferson club of W...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1894

j-'- V* -u 'S^iOF LOCAL INTEREST. -V John A. McFarland returned from Duluth Sunday evening. John Frost returned from a visit to Duluih Sunday evening. J. D. Wade returned to his home in Duluth Monday evening.. Frank Lasage left on the Dixon Thurs­ day evening for Duluth. The tug Eliza oamein from Duluth Wednesday and returned Thursday mor­ ning. C. A. Nelson and his brother, Alfred, •were in town Wednesday afternoon and evening. S. F. Howenstine and Mr. Osborne came down from Duluth Wednesday evening. Glaus and John Hanson and Ole J. Olson returned on the Eiiza Wednesday morning from Duluth. DANGER surrounds the average voter —danger of &eing hoodwinked as usual by the oily tongu9d politician. Andrew Chxistenson came up from Washington bay Thursday afternoon and left that evening for Dulnth. John G. Erickson left on the Eliza Thursday morning for Duluth to make the acquaintance of his young son. J. G. Dawkins left for his home in Cleveland, Ohio, Monday evening after visiting hi...

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 October 1894

World's Bedroom windows should never be en­ tirely closed if tlie person occupying the tooia is strong. Hanson's Magic Cora Salve." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Ask your druggist for it. Price IB cents. The Boston Globe speaks of "a lady eques­ trienne." A lady equestrienne is a female woman who takes equestrian exercise on tiorseback. A correspondent asks to ki ow when gloves came in. Gloves came in when sparring ex­ hibitions with thj bare fists wer^ forbidden by law. It the Baby is Cutting Teeth. Be rare and use that old and well-tried remedy, w«a WIKSLOW'S SOOTHING SYKUP for Children Teething- Thibet, though nearly half as large as the United States, has only 4.000,000 inhabit­ ants. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75a The telephone is about to be introduced into China, and 'lie Chinese might as well make provision for additional insane asy­ lums at once. Coe'a Congll ZSalaam Is the oldest and best. It will Dreak up a Cold quick •er than any thine e...

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 November 1894

?0R YOUNG FOLKS. tNTERJCSTING RBADINO FOR BOY® AND GIRLS. fhe Gallant Deed of Charles, the Cabin. Doyj How He Saved the Ship and Became FAUOHI Badly Frtffhteaed. During the wars between France and England, previous to the. Ameri­ can Revolution, the ship Good Tidings, of Philadelphia, commanded by Gap tain Hezekiah Sniffin, a member of the Society of Friends, sailed from New York' with a cargo of produce bound to England. "When within sight of her destined port, the Quaker ship was chased by a small French man-of-war. Captain. Sniffin endeavored to escape, Iwt finding that the enemy was rapid­ ly gaining, and would be alongside in short order, he and his two officers ceased their exertions, and retired to their state-rooms for the purpose of se­ curing a few trifles which they desired to carry with them into captivity. The cabin-boy Charles, a bright young Phlladelphian of fifteen years, followed his captain, and asked if nothing more was to be done to save the ship. The master repl...

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. — 24 November 1894

THE COOK COUNTY SEJSALD, Ofrwui* PAW- or COOK Covmr. CHRI8, MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Ternis.SJ.ca* Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., NOV. 24. 1894. T&e Electro. Tho peeple will be driven and ridden And fooled and trifled with jnst so long iind DO longer. The limit of endurance lias evidently been reaohed by the peo­ ple of Cookconnty, for in the late elec­ tion they gave notice in unmis­ takable terms that they have had enough of the kind of rule that has been in vogue here for these many years, to which we have in the recent past referred more specifically, Considering that it was the first organized effort ever made to free this oonnty from gang rale the result is highly satisfactory to the advo­ cates of justice and economy in the ad­ ministration of our public affairs. Open defiance of the law and flagrant violation of one of the most sacred rights of Amer ioan citizenship—that of a free and un trameled vote—are some of the most glaring features of the campaign wag...

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 November 1894

1 ,, ,, «QF iiOCAL INTEREST/, Andrecw Holte went .to DulutUon the Dixon Tuesday, John Messuer and G. Dyson of ©uluth •were in town tbis week. 4 Frank Johnson was-in town on bnsi •nees the first of tihe week. John and £2onl EUiason of Hovland 'Went to Daluth Thursday. Uncle Perry Martin visited hie claim at Mt. Ashbury this week. Mrs J. E. May hew left on the Stewart Thursday morning for Duluth. G. A. Kling returned on the Dixon Wednesday evening from Duluth. Fred Jatikeon and Bernt Jacobson ret­ urned from Duluth Wednesday evening. John L. Simmons located a number of settlers in the Chicago Bay district this week. A. S. Carlson passed through town Sunday evening on bis way home from Duluth. Mrs. Anaquet returned Wednesday evening from a two weeks' stay in Beav­ er Bay. Ole Brunes and Andrew Ohristinson visited Duluth last week returning home Sunday eveni ng. Peter Gagnon passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on his return home from Duluth. Auditor Fisher, T. W. and J. E. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 November 1894

4* America Leads °y seasoning, and even then is flat. A Bobby's Bud Box. Mrs. Suburb—Bobby, I wish you would weed this flower bed. Bobby (whimpering)—If I sit here In the hot sun, a-pullin' weeds, I'll get all sunburned, and my skin will be so sore I can't sleep. Mrs. Suburb—That's easily remedied. After you get through with the flower bed you may pull all the plantain weeds out of the lawn and bring them to me. Plantain leaves are good for sunburn.—Good News. Karl's Ciow» J-oot Tea, Tho prr°af Blood purifier .gives I i-esnness and clearness to the Complexion aud cur-b '...u'-iipr-tion. 25c.,50c.,$1. How to get inside information—Use •tomach pump. liegeman's «:£ip~—• vwlth 6iycprini. Currs Chapped Hands and Face. Hull's Catarrh Cure. Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. The only way it pays a person to be his •own lawyer is to keep his own counsel. Hanson's Magic Corn. Salve." Warraated to cure or money refunded. Ask your druggist lor it. Price 15 ceats. In the bright lexicon of sp...

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 December 1894

-V 1 ,/v. 3KR&8. 'Y. $ VOLUME III. WELL KNOWN PEOPLE. -SHORT SKETCHES OF FAMOUS MEN. Celebrated People Who Have Gained. 01stinctlo|i In Vuiooi "Ways and Who "Are Known Far and Near. The COinte de Paris, once a claimant to the throne of France, died in Eng­ land recently, where he has lived an exile from his native land for several' years. He.was in poor health for some time. The Comte de Paris (Louis Albert Phil-. -|V,. lipe d'Orleans) is a of the fotfeljufe' d'Orleans, and a grandson of the late •Louis Philllpe, king of •ife French. He ,was born at Paris 56 years ago. He fled from France. with his mother in 1848, and was edu­ cated at Claremont, England. In 1861, accompanied by his brother and the COMTE DE PARIS. Prince de Joinville, his uncle, "he went to Paris, and then proceeded to the United States. Here the brothers served one year as captains of volun­ teers on Gen. McCMlan's staff and then returned to Europe. In 1871-the Comte de Paris was made a member of the national a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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