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

1 THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. Official Papej op Cook Coknty. CHRIS. MURPHY. Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. DEC. 8. 1894. We Explain. In another column will be found a communication from llicbard Dowman 'in which he takes exception to etate znehts made in The 'HkbaiiP of the 24th which Btatefiaents he asks as to ex 'plain to'a ."miatified public." By the tore of his communication Mr. Dowman 'would have us believe that he does not rightly understand just who constitute the gang referred to. For the edifioation o? Mr. Dowman—he is the' only man in 'tin county who does not understand the situation—we rise to explain that by the r.term "gang" we did not refer to all the men who now hold office nor to the Re­ publican party of Cook county as a •whole, but simply to the riii'g that man­ ipulates the ^Republican party, and in whose inWeets the business of the ooun- vty has been run for many years. As Mr Dowman says, "bearing in mind the sparce popula...

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 December 1894

t. I v, 'i i!gs: »jfcnOg LOCAL INTERBJST. Treasurer Johnson, returned from Du jlath Sunday Evening." v:,S GuetOlson returned on the Barker Sunday evening from Duluth. Road Commissioner LaSage left this week with a orew of men to build a bridge across Poplar river. 1 THB Populist vote of 94 was nearly 600,000 more than it was in 92, but it was more scattered. Andrew Ohristianson and Adolph Carl­ son came up from Hovland Sunday and left for home Tuesday morning accom­ panied by E. E. Lewis, Ben and Jos. Gwatkins aod C. A. Fullerton. There's great fun at the land office this afternoon. Yesterday the office was mov­ ed to its own quarters on the second floor of the government building. The offi­ cials and subordinates didn't want to move because that would mean a lot of extra work, but once Ihey got into their new quarters they were delighted. About 1 o'clock this afteroon a telegram came from Washington telling them not to move until they received further orders. That was funny. The of...

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 December 1894

America Leads Strength A VS7J A -Bobby's Bad 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 Clov»~ i«oot Tea, 'The great Blood puritier,gives rrehtiness and clearness «otbe Complexion and ouivb uoustior-tion. 25c.,50c.,$l. How to get inside information—Use a stomach pump. HegemEtn'3 ^ainiruui' nu»wlth Glycerin*. Cures Chapped iiandsand Face, Tender or Sore Feet, Chilblains.iMes, &c. 3. '"•a-' :o.,New Haven, Ct. Money which is "coming to yon" does not always arrive. It the Baby is Cutting Teeth. Bo sure and use that old and •well-tried remedy, MRS. "Winslow's Hall's Catarrh Care. Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. The only ...

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 December 1894

SMn j|jjNjy$'-p ...v r. m.L #V'~ ',. K~ ^-4^1*'- •i^'-rTw.'t''-* *. Ji!rtW-V.i 3 s£'liv -Ai -•¥,- .' gj?J ir,M '••^f^':-STnLUME III. OR BOYS AND GIRLS, interesting subjects for thq YOUNG. ilabiccm, •the C'id's Horse—Dangerous OonraRe—An, Olil-Time Boarding School—A Word for tiie Boys. What Bucephalus was to Alexan­ der Babieca was to the,Cid—a faitiiful servant, a devoted friend, and a sharer of all his dangers on many a battle­ field.' Sa^s the New York World. Babieca is "said to have been more like a rational being than like an animal. The Cid when af^oitth asked his god­ father, Don Pepr^lPringos, to give him a colt, and they wtijit into the paddock, to choose one. Rodrigo (that was the Cid's name) let all the horses and colts pas by and tookJ|none until the last of all, a very^ugly colt, and he ohose that one. "His godfather was an­ gry and said. "Booby!" ("Bablieca") "yon have made & bad choice." The horse kept the name, but did not deserve it, for it.served his master fait...

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. — 22 December 1894

is 1 7 .THBT CQOK BOUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PATEI" OF COOK,COUNTY. .CIJIIIS. MURPIIY, Editor j|ml Proprietor. Terms, ..Sl.QO. a Year in, Adya nee. GRAXjO JJA'KAIS. MI^..,X£C. 22. 4884. PE^UR MCDONALD, the fellpw who lfr(»ko intp Mrs. King's store building ...#nd st^leilfty doHiira-^vofth of {foods got *&tTwifcfr: 3& days in" the county jail, .but the ftiiiana who bought the gooelp of jWm wGSfc Ikaleb to await the action of the jfrand-jiiry. Here is one of the kinks in the administration of justice that com­ mon people cannptr straighten out to .their own satisfaction.—West Duluth S $he rql^tjion which price bears to ^untitj in literature is made obscure by .the Qhristmas COSMOPOLITAN. Stories jby Bud-yard Keplinjf, .Win. Dean How -Mrs. Spencer Trask, Mrs. Burton Harrison, and Albion W. Tourgee, tire interspersed with ppet^ry by Sir Edwin Arnold, Edmund Clarence Stedman, and •Fames Whitcomb Riley, while through ^fhe number are scattered illustrations by snoh famous artists as R...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1894

'4 vl I "lit if^t ipif •tEH" OF LOCAL. INTEREST. School closed yesterday for the holi­ day vacation. J. O. Kelly was in town a couple, of .days this week. G. A. Nelson came down Thursday to take Prof. Ostergren up to Lutsen where hb will spend his holiday vacation. No pleasure quite equals that of giving someone else pleasure. This is the pro­ per season to test the truth of this asser­ tion. A dispatch from Washington states that Secretary Smith has investigated the charges against Register Taylor of the Duluth land office and finds nothing that will warrant calling for his resigna­ tion. The Duluth harbor commission, con­ sisting of Majors Foe, Sears and Gregory have reported that $1,808,607 would be necessary to deepen the Duluth portion of the harbor to twenty feet and $1,323, £86 the Superior portion. You: will be glad to know that the Hinckley and Sandstone people are doing nicely, considering. N. J. Miller of -the state relief association came up from Sandstone yesterday and ...

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. — 22 December 1894

I wswmm Awarded fflfhsst Honors—World'* Filr. •dr. MOST PERFECT MADE A BSit Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. If you will notice, it is only pretty women at the theater who remove their hats. Karl's C1ot»- Jioot Tea, Th« great Blood purlDer,given freshness and clearness to th« Complexion anil cures Guustipation. 36c.,50c.,$1. Some of U8 have to live a long while to Bnd out that we don't know much. Coe'a Congli Balaam the oldest and best. It will Dreak up aCold qulch «r than any thin? else. It 1s always reliable. Try J* To live only for what we can see i» proof that we are short-aighted. Hall'* Catarrh Cure. Is taken Internally. Price 75c. The spirits that move the world are not the kind that come out of a bottle. If the Baby is Cutting Teeth. Be rare and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mb*. WntsLow's SoothinoSteut for Children Teethings The shortest cut to wealth Is through lb* lane of contentment. Off, MY HEAD Could be cored by Stbomo's Hbadachb Kills*. It re­ lieves in twenty minu...

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. — 12 January 1895

3' V°LUME III. A AM extremely sorry, Jack, but circumstances over which I have no control will render it necessary that we should"— "Then youdon't love me!" "Now, Jack, that's unkind." 'But it's true!" "No, it isn't true, not one bit of it, And you know it. Haven't I engaged myself to you in spite of papa's cold­ ness and mamma's positive hatred?" "Hum!" "Haven't I stood by you in spite of everything1 people said about you?" "All lies!" cried Jack, hotly. "I know it," said Adele, laying' a loving- hand on his coat collar. "I have always said that you did love me and were not careless and idle and improvident and" "And yet, when I ask you to marry me, you say 'No.' Do you call that love?" "I call it common sense, Jack. Why, you know you haven't anything but your salary of fifteen hundred dollars a year." "Love in a cottage with a crust," began Jack. "You know," she cried, "you detest suburban life, and like champagne better than crusts. Oh, Jack, do be reasonable! Papa is not unreaso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 January 1895

'JL 7-, J" jm *. & XF f^0S THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OTFICIAL FAPEI OF COOK COUNTY* CHRIS. MURPHY. Editor and Proprietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., JAN. 12, 1805". A Profitable Investment for the State. Tire oopy of the petition published in this issue of THE*' HKRAI/D, %copted by the Cook County Good Roads Assofcia ttion oii Tuesday last, and endorsed by the new board of county commissioners, is a move in the right direction. -The representations made in this petition fall short-of-»th& true ments which entitle Cook county to a practical recognition .at the hands of our present legislature. -Ho-iappropriation made to assist this county for the objects prayed can be too 'extravagant to justify hope of return «ten fold, nor need we wait till "after many idays" for its return. We say, without qualification, that there does not lie an equal area of territory any where in this state -which promises an .equal return to the advancement of the states welfar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 January 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. R. Dowman left for his home near Gunflint Wednesday morning. J. D. Gwatkins passed through town this morning on his way from Chicago Bay to Duluih. 1 Dan McMillan was taken seriously ill at the court house Thursday afternoon. He was taken home by H. May hew and at last reports was very ill. County Attorney Martin was the re­ cipient of a handsome pair of slippers presented by Bernt Jacobson last Satur­ day. Uncle Perry can now do the "pig­ eon wing" to the queen's taste. County Commissioner Jackson, John and Emil Eliason, Adolph Carlson Bernt and John Jacobson Barney McCoy J. D. Gwatkins and Emil Eliason jr. coustituted a party from Chicago Bay who made life in Grand Marais the more pleasant for a few days this week. Come again, gentlemen you are always wel­ come. County Commissioner Engelson and family left for their home at Carlton Peak this morning after a two month's stay in Grand Marais. Louis Engelson, Frank Tufte and Ole Peterson came down in a sail boat Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 January 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—World'# Pair* BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A Mft Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Aw too Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Belated Contradiction From Hia Hiffhness. "Better late than never," is a good proverb, but like, other proverbs, It na* exceptions. I doubt whether it ap­ plies to the Prince of Wales' contradic­ tion of the stories of the alleged clan­ destine marriage of the Duke of York. Twelve or fifteen months ago these re­ ports were so far current in London that their existence cannot have been unknown to the parties most concern­ ed in them. If an authoritative contra­ diction was ever called for, the time for it was immediately prior to the fluke's marriage. If it was deemed un­ necessary then, how can it have be­ come necessary now? Such tales die a natural death when left to themselves —London Truth. Rentimar a -Public Garden. A new London idea is to give private garden parties in the lovely botanical gardens, Regent's Park....

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. — 26 January 1895

3 U£ VnLUME III. IN A HUMOROUS VEIN. ftlB-TKCKUIfG PARAGRAPHS FOR IDLE READING. t^refolly Selected From the Latest Productions of the Humorist*—A Safe and Sure Cure for the Most Asrarravated Case of Blues. "Did you hare a nice dinner?" asked Mrs. Norris of her little son, who had been spending the day with a friend. "Outer sight!" replied itobby, enthu­ siastically. "Say, mamma, why can't we have things like that?" "What did you have?" said Mrs. Nor­ ris, quickly, to avoid discussion. "Oh, we had soup and soft-shell crabs and spring chicken and sparrowgrass and puddin' "What sort of pudding?" "I don't know. It was kinder fluffy, with wine sauce to it. It was outer sight!" "How do you know it was wine sauce?" "Easy 'nough." "Did they say so?" "Nop! But I could taste it," cried Hobby scornfully. "I can just tell you St wasn't one of the kind what some one has to lean across the table and whisper to you it's got wine into it 'fore you'd know it ["—Brooklyn Life. Cousin Nell (inculcatin...

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. — 26 January 1895

-•f 4ESSS33 t"1' S •/EHJB..OQpK COUNTY HERALD. 'OKFJCIAI, PAPEI OF GOOK'COUNTY. /CHRIQ.^URPECY, Edi,torand^I?Toprletor. •perws, $1.00 a Yeai^n,Advaope. GRAN®. MARAIS. MINN., J&N. 26, *895. An^ong tjtie import anomalies ef our ^existing lawe is t$ie -faotrfchat England, •fwJkich -does not raise ft /pound-,of an era .*par,an.nnm'']herse£, exported to us $12, £@6,$91 of noB-duti^ible sugar last year, ^because praising .none) /OONGBE3S she iS'tbe gives ,'.no .sengar bounty. 'Agaong our export .^anomalies. faot that Amerioan «at- Sfcle, gio.w contraband through moft of •Europe, are shipped from here to I.iver ^ool or London, and thence transhipped .-all over Europe without .question. -Wheele withiQ ^rheels.—Duluth Herald shouldn't play dog-in- ^the-manger with that Hawaiian cable project. Those people naturally want ^telegraph .socatnunioation with •. the rest ,-of the world, and if we do not wish to -provide it we have no aright to prevent /OTHERS DOING BO. Sosns people appear to be...

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. — 26 January 1895

-r 3? OF LO JAL INTEREST. B^iris'fir Tucker haa ruoved lrislirmro ^told FFFRTDTS into the GROOMS over SPJTB HERALD office, where lie will reside for the b»il nee of the winter. John Stave and family-^lave moved viuto the house vacated l»y Mr. Tucker. Cook county haa a (food roads associa­ tion which is starting out on a still hunt for good roads. If they were only getat .-able Oook .couuty'B resources would oer tair-ly hasten along the ^development of that part of the state, and some ef its --enterprising citizens no*?fully appreciate that fact. iVest Ouluth Sun. Dr. Talmage says: "The printing press is the sHlvatien of the world The gospel 6ays ^go into the world and preach.' Preaching by •raeans of type is by far the oaore effect il, bte:iu«e the largest audience ever collected is insig­ nificant compared to the hosts confront­ ed by ths newspapers. As a result, the world is making rapid strides to abetter moral condition. The newspaper man of today aie ICO er cent better educat­ ...

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. — 26 January 1895

TEACHING HIM MANNERS. The Cafe Molineau is where A dainty little minx Serves God and man as best she can By serving meats and drinks. Oh, such an air the creature ha^ And such a pretty face! I took delight that autumn night In hanging round the place. I know but very little French I have not long been here But when she spoke her meaning broke Full sweetly on my ear Then, too, she seemed to understand Whate'er I had to say, Though most I knew was "oony poo," "Bong zhoor," and "see voo play." The female wit is always quick, And of all womankind 'Tis here in France that you, perchance The keenest wits shall find. And here you'll find that subtle gift, That. rare, distinctive touch, Combined with grace of form and face That glads men overmuch. "Our .^Irls at home," I mused aloud, "J ack either that or this They don't combine the art divine As does the Gallic miss. Far be it from me to malign Our belles across the sea, And yet I'll swear none can compare With this ideal She." And then I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 February 1895

I "V 1/ W a- BICYCLING IN PABIS. ®hb men and women are: wild OVER IT. People of All Clauses and Occupa­ tions Devoted to the Sport—'The Business of Storing: Wheel*—Nat­ ty Coitnmei for the Ladle*. Cycling in Paris has totally revolu­ tionized everything "with its all-ah eorbing fascination. The Parisians have simply gone wild over this sport, and true to their love for indulging in All eccentricities possible have inaugur­ ated an era of bicycle faddisin that at times takes the most fantastic and lu -dicrous expression says a correspond­ ent in the Chicago Herald. A few years ago there were scarcely any bi­ cycles to be seen about the boule­ vards, and those that were used at that period were all of conspiciously anti •quated design. The men had the un -disputed control of the wheel, and even the most venturesome Parisienne never In her wildest flights of imagination fancied herself astride a risky two wheeled contrivance such as the bi­ cycle. The youthful multi-millionaire, Max Le...

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. — 2 February 1895

THE COCOE COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COTTNTY. t3HRIS. XHJRPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. Sl.00 & Yea in Advance. GRAND MARALS, VINN. FEB. 2, 1895. So long «s the «ew iron ore Combi ra­ tion x'ets to maintain th» price of ore to iitfare tfent, will tay a profit it has the Bam? nature as a trndoB «nl»n—i't is in the liwe of economic development, Th' lies in the fact that when such com­ binations are successful they end by ing There has been a heep 'o rot printed in the papers the last few years relative to the custom of issuing railroad trans­ portation to legislators and othvr pub lie officials. Any officeholder whe would be bribed by a free pass would 1)8 bribed anyway, and all this talk anight better be pointed in 60me other direction. If to accept a pass weie punishable by imprisonment for life there would be no less bribing done. Grand Rapids Herald. John Shortett, the centenarion who "died at Fond du La? the other day. was an habitual smoker but he never smoke...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 February 1895

OP LO JAL INTEREST. R. Dowman is in town. County Commissioner Soott left for Cross River Monday. Auditor Fieher is stiff ring from a st-v«~rt- tittack of neuralgia. Mrs. Fisher received word from Min n» nj olis this week to tbe effect th her father is again very ill. Jobn Matheson and Hans Holte re­ turned Sunday morning from their trip •to Dul nth. Tbey reached Carriboo point Friday afternoon but were driven a«Lore by tbe ftoat-ice which didn't move ont until Sunday morning. Congressman Haugen, of Wisconsin, lias introduced a bill providing an ap­ propriation of $3,000,000 to carry out the project recommended by the commis­ sion for deepening the harbors of Dulutb and Superior to a uniform depth of 20 feel. MIRB Jr.Bephine, eldest dnnghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Morrison, died at the honje of her parents Thursday evening, after an illness of several months. De cens was about 19 years of age. The funeral took place today and was largely attended. THIS HEBALD joins their many friei din...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 February 1895

li-* ri X^V ,irV TELL IT O'ER AGAIN. If once or twice will not suffice To make the story plain, That we rehearse in prose or verse, We tell it o'er again "With tender care and oft with prayer, The message we impart, Until the child from play beguiled, Has learned it well by heart. But even then, with tongue and pen In fitly chosen words, The theme is spread, to music wed As sweet as songs of birds And far and near some heart sincere Takes up the glad refrain, And quick to heed another's need, Repeats it o'er again. Thus every day, along our way To many or to few, The story is told that is so old, And yet is ever knew And if we fear it is not clear Or wooing is in vain, How eagerly and tenderly We tell it o'er again! But in our homes olt times there cornea A. shadow fraught with ill, That casts a blight o'er all things bright, A hard, for boding chill An ell we know by sijjns that show bitter grief and pain O.Hearts that grieve from morn till eve, That love is on the wane. This is th...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 February 1895

'X VOLUME III. WELL KNOWN PEOPLE JOME INTERESTING- BIOGRAPHICAL SKRTCHES. Celebrated People Who Have Ac­ quired Fame In Various Way* and Whose Names Are Familiar to tlie Public. Important changes soon to take place in the officers of the army by the re­ tirement of some who have reached the age limit, excites interest in those likely to be promot­ ed. It is believed that Gen. Wesley GEN, w. Merritt will assume command of Gov­ ernor's Island when Gen. Miles goes to Washington to suc­ ceed Maj. Gen. Schofield. Gen. Merritt was born in New York City in 1836, was graduat­ ed at the United States Military Aca- MERRITT Lord Hawke. The appearance of Lord Hawke in the United States, accompanied by his team of expert English cricketers, re­ vives interest in the sport of old Eng and in America. Lord Hawke who is in charge of the English team has been in America several times be­ fore. In 1892 he brought over a cricket team, and as the game was strictly their own, they expected to wipe the pl...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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