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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 April 1895

qook county herald. OfficialPapei or Cook County,. £ER.JS, MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor, Terms, S1.00 a Year in Advance, GRiND JitARAIS MINN. ^PRIL 20.1895. Tfco papers ia tho southern pt rt of jtlio %tate, oppose £he AncJerson bill for 'the' taxation' of railroad lands because £hey are afraid it might, if it becomes operative, nullify the prog's earnings taxation law now in force. The taxes collected under, the gross earbingB law. goes into the general fund of the state, "while the counties in which the lands are located would be benefitted mostly "by the operation of the Anderson bill. It is opined by able lawyers tbat the gross, earnings law will not be affected by the land tax bill, but to sacri^e the latter for the sake of the former would he a glain injustice to the people of every county in which is located lands belonging to railroad companies—which sre not, but ought to be, taxed the same as the property of other people. 'SSoISshneas, pure and simple, is tho ground-work of...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 April 1895

1 OF LOOAII INTEREST. A young son arrived at the home of ye editor Monday morning. OleGanderson and John Toreson left for Duluth Monday evening. 'Auditor Fisber left on the Stewart Monday morning for DulutE. Olaus Jacobsori passed through town Monday evening on his way to Duluth. John Matheson left on the Dixon Monday evening for a week's stay in Du­ luth. M. Johnson expects to move his family in from the farn next week to resume his fishing business. John Jacobson passed through t^wn pn his way home Sunday evening after spending the winter in the woods. Ed. Benson and family left for Duluth Thursday evening after spending the winter on their farm on Terrace hill. Andrew Hoi be is building a residence on the West side. As soon as it is com­ pleted he will go to Duluth after Lis mother and sister who intend to make this their future home. Peter Yanneboe and John Hanson ar­ rive here on the Dixon Wednesday even­ ing to spend a coupie of weeks on their homesteads. Mr. Yanneboe will bui...

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 April 1895

Ft I A N A a a charming1 little girl of 17 she was also a bundle of contraclic on s— a crude, clever and foolish, /sentimen­ tal and very much alive to the ridicu­ lous. She was also extremely pretty in the Irish wa3', A f&W/SA Uz 'yvhieh is, perhaps, the prettiest way in the world. Her father, the rector, .•was Irish, and he and all his family -were g-cnial, cheery folk,V7ho lang-hed ^nd grew fat. Miranda was rather ashamed of her own keen sense of fun, which belonged, she supposed, to her "lower nature." Indeed, an ideal Ferdinand (she al­ ways thought of him as "Ferdinand'') already haunted her maiden medita­ tions—an adorable being, undreamed of in maturer philosophy a splendid guest, to whom the doors of her 'heart were to ily open. One September day the beaming rector, whose beums had never been obscured except when his only child's mother died ten years before, called to ^Miranda irom his study window. "Chick, would you like to come to London with me for a week'?'' "Yes, ...

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. — 27 April 1895

a SCIENTIFIC MATTERS. i»EW DISCOVERIES AND INVEN­ TIONS. .electricity on Steamships—Storage Battery—Electric Brake—''Schools" of Electricity—Maxim's Bis Flying Machine. Electricity is fast dominating the ac­ tive operations entailed in sailing a steamship. As a proof of the ri.pid progress being made in this direeaon it may be noted that of the utilizations of electricity on shipboard recently pre­ dicted by a naval writer as possible within the next few years every one 4s already available. He says: "The fog horns of the future will all be blown by electricity water-tight dcors (located in no case below the water line) will be opened by the same means the whistles and syrens will be sounded at set intervals and automatic­ ally by the subtle current, and the search-light aloft will be flashed in every direction, or revolved, or both, at the touch of an invisible hand and by an invisible power. And electricity will do even more than this. It will wind every clock on ship board and st...

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. — 27 April 1895

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COQX at COCHTY. 'T3HRI8. MURPHY, Editor miid proprietor. "Betas. Sl.OQa'Yearhi Advaaee. GRAND MARAIS SUNN. -APRIL 20.1895. Some one has been writing to a Boston pap«r-ypresnmdi5ly a woman—-th«t *'a wnan Should treat a woman precisely as S&e^afeats another man when both men isare true gentlemen and political equals." Pray, what .bas-politieai equality in this *Muntry to do with it? And how is suoh ITommy-rot to be carried out? Where is proposed to stop this assumption of •fiex equality? A "tree, gentleman" will iinvite another ^truej?enblemati" ta share his -«leepiner quarters rather than hav« chirn Bit up in the cold. That is, if at all acquainted. Must he treat his woman acquaintance "precisely as 'he treats" tho *aaan? Will these daft visionaries ever vsee that the everlasting canon of sex dif­ ference stands an ^insuperable barrier against their theories? The man, whether a true gentleman or not, owes military service to his couotry. ...

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. — 27 April 1895

& rrftaw OF LOCAL INTEREST. M. Johtison moved his family'ia^rom ^-the farm tbis week. Dr. MayhSw leftfon the Dixon Thurs­ day eveniDgfor Daluth, John Matbeson returned Du Juth Wednesday evening. Ttte fishermen "are all btlsy making ^preparations to begin fishing. Andrew Ruf spenc a few dayB on his' claim in Holland township this week. %Fohn Mathescta and Clans Hanson have "formed a partnership for the purpose of carrying on a fishing business. Miss Nellie Murpfry arrived on the Dixon Wednesday evfening for a couple V*-of weeks visit with telatives here. A party of twelve settlers passed through town Wednesday evening en "route to their homesteads near Chicago iBay. CJounty Commissioner Scott ieft Thurs­ day evening for a bear hunt inrthe west end of the county. Ha expects to be *out about a month. Messrs, Elving. Haugberg and Peter aon of Two Harbors .passed through town Wedn'sday even'ingr in route to their "claims near Hovland. We tad the pleasure of a few minutes chat with Th...

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. — 27 April 1895

Miss Jinks—I have tried my best to £ct my father to exchange our square piano for an upright, but he won't. I told him the uprights were the best and most stylish and most fashionable and all the society folks had them, but he •only got mad. Miss Binks—My father consented the moment I spoke to him. "Of all things! What did you say to him?" "I told him the uprights made less noise."—New York Weekly. Seldom a Temptation. Algie—In going up town I always take an elevated train. Cholly—Why? Algie—It takes the creases out of one's trousers so to sit. II the Baby is catting Teeth. Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP tor Children Teethlng- Now buy the winter's fuel. You will make money by getting coaled before the weath­ er does. liegeman's Camphor Ice with Glycerine. Cures Chapped Hands and Face, Tender or Sore Feet, Chilblains, Piles, Ac. C. G. Clark Co., New Haven, Ct. In Tennessee no less than 106 moon­ shiners have been arrested In the moun­ ta...

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 May 1895

i: T°LUME III. THE FIRST SONG SPARROW. Sunshine set to music! Hear the sparrows sing! In his note is freshness Of the new-born spring, In his thrill delicious Summer overflows Whiteness of the lily, Sweetness of the rose. Splendor of the sunshine, Fragrance of the breeze, Crystal of the brooklet, Trickling under trees, Over moss and pebbles Hark! you have them all, Phrophesied and chanted, In the sparrow'.s call. Pilgrim of the tree-tops, Burdened with a song, That he drops among us As he flies along Promises and bit ssings Scattering at our feet, Till we sing together "Oh, but life is sweet!" Listen! the song-sparrow! Spirit? or a bird? Simple joy of singing In his song is heard. "Somewhere, far in glory, Love our life has kissed He resounds the rapture, Heavenly optimist! Resurrection singer! Gladness of the year. In thine Easter carol, Bringing heaven so near That we scarcely know it From the earth apart Sing immortal summer To the wintry heart! Waft us down faith's message From ...

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 May 1895

?&'• 35! «S Jt P)J 11V fHfl COOK OQTJNTY HERALD, OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNT*. jDHRJS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. fl.00 a Y^ar ip Adyanca. GRAND MARi^JS MINN. MAY 10. 1895. Sad Tale of a Bathroom. It happened in New York city, that ©enter of illumination for this continent. In a boarding house of the big town {there lived upon the top floor baok a man who, aa the sequel showed, took a bath every day. Snob men onght to be enoonraged instead of meeting the mel­ ancholy fate this man did. But let us pot anticipate. On the same floor with the man whq washed was a man who plainly did not lake a bath every day. The man who did not wash was a bachelor, consequently very particular. He kept an alarm clook. Every morning, just to the minute, it "went oft." Then the man who did not bathe shook himself out from between his sheet iron boarding house quilts and mattress and prepared for business. There was a stationary wash stand in bis room, and into that he let the water flow w...

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 May 1895

v4 .• Xd OF LOCAL INTEREST. Regj^et Tucker went to Duluth Tus 4ay on business. Miss Carrie Brunee of Hovlani visited Pulnth this week. H. Mayhew returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. Treasurer Johnson made a flying trip tjo Duluth this week. Mrs. C. O. Monker has been very ill daring the past week. Auditor Fisher went to Duluth on Friday of last week to reoive medical treatment. Col. W. Colvill arrived from Duluth Sunday evening to spend the summer on his olaim. S. McClellan came down on the Dixon Wednesday to visit his claim which is in the Gunflint distriot, Mr. and Mrs. David Carriboo are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy at their home Tuesday. 8. P. Hovey arrived here Sunday even ing to look after the work of develop­ ment whioh he has in progress here. Thurston Woodworth came down on the Dixon Wednesday to spend a couple of weeks on his homestead near Chicago Bay. Andrew Holte returned from Duluth Wednesday evening aocompomed by hjs mother and sister who will make thei...

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 May 1895

... 1-—«n I ®°°r f/IfrSr 0 .Any pl you want, 20 to 56 I Tires 1 to 8 In­ hubs to fit any axle. Saves a times In a eea eon to have set of low wheels to fit Your wagon grain,fodJer, man­ ure. hogs, &c. N resetting of tires Catl'sr frte. Address Kmpire Mfgr. Co.. .P. O. B-x 33, Quincy, Til. The fear of pain and the dangers of parturition fill many a -woman's breast with dis­ may. There is no reason why childbirth shou/1 be fraught wit ii danger and distress. It is a natural function, and should be performed in a natural way without un­ due suffering. Nature never intended that women should be tortured in this way. Taken during gestation Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription robs childbirth of its dangers to both mother and child, by preparing the system for delivery, thereby shortening labor, lessening pain and ab­ breviating the period of confinement. HIGHEST AWARD jpJ WORLD'S FAIR, BEST SUITED T0 N O N S E S E Dyspeptic,Delicate,Infirm and AGED PERSONS THESAFESTFOOD.N THE SICK ROOM ...

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 May 1895

|lii®ssp?p I & -V V°LUME III. IB SHEAR NONSENSE. ir' UNNIOSITIES PERPETRATED BY THE HUMORISTS. -Stakes, Tbut )r Good, Bad and Indifferent— If Yon Can't Laugh at Any of These, It Would Be Advisable for Yon to Consnlt Yonr Doctor. An Interrupted Explanation. Apropos of the peculiarly American tendency to explain things," he was saying, "there occurs to my mind the attempt sometimes made to account for the derivation of the compound .word Welsh-rabbit. I regret to notice that Webster falls into the common error of considering the word rabbit a corruption of rare bit. Now, as shown by lexicographers who have had the advantage of a technical ac­ quaintance with facts relating to the origin of the word, Welsh-rabbit is merely a slang term and not a cor­ ruption at all. It never was anything Welsh-rabbit, and in its genesis it was essentially a slang term, yet by reason of its long habitude in the lan­ guage it has lost or outgrown what might be called the coarseness of its origin, and...

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 May 1895

THB COOK qOUNTY HERALD. OFFjClA,L PAPHI OP (CHRI&. qqOK,CQONXT. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. T«rip«, Sl.OpaYearin Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. JfAY 18. 1895. How Does She Know? Helen Keller is the daughter of ag ^ditor in Tusoumbia, Ala. Until the age of 8 she saw and heard like other babies. Then an attack of brain disorder de­ prived her at one fell swoop of sight «nd hearing. The poor girl was thns doubly barred off from the world. Yet this remarkable child, now 14 years old, oan talk, write and do most of the things that other children with perfect senses can. Deaf as a post, if she iwere taken to an opera she would enjoy the mnsic with delight sis keen as that .of any one there. She is an intense lover of mnsio. She knows when any of her family are approaching or whether one coming near her is a stranger. She places one finger across the lips of a per­ son speaking to her, another npon his jbhroat, and thus she understands what is said and answers back as intelligently as ...

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 May 1895

4-£/* 4S «». V-V Jr 4 7 •d. 1 Following is the liat r' f:' OF LOO^L INTEREST. Col. W. Cplvill left fpr Duluth i£ues .day morning. Register Tucker returned from Buluth Sunday ctT€i|iipg. S. P. Hoyesy and U. S. Durfee yisited Chicago hay this week. Auditor Fisher returned on the Dixon Sunday evening from Duluth. Hans Swanson came down op the Dixon Sunday to visit his claim. The Nautilas arrived here today on her retqrn from a trip down the lake. W. P. Johnson, repesenting Geo. D. Bornard & Co., was in town this week. Treasurer Johnson and Prof. Oster gren left on the Dixon Thursday for a visit to Mr. Johnsons homestead. Aug. Benson and family arrived from Duluth Wednesday evening and will make their future home on their farm on Maple Hill. P. J. Borgstrom, register of deeds of St. Louis county, left for home Thurs­ day after spending a couple of weeks looking over lands in this cunty. To the editeor of THE HERLD Since Homer's time vast falls of organ io particles, as well as of me...

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 May 1895

2s a certain indication of impure and impov­ erished blood. If your blood could al ways be rich and pure, full of the red corpuseles upon which the vitality de­ pends, you would never be weak, or Nervous! Boils, pimples, scrofula, salt rheum, would never trouble you. But our mode of living, shut in all winter in poorly ventilated homes and shops, de­ pletes the blood and there is loss of appe­ tite, and weakness. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the standard remedy for this condition. Victor of Hohenlohe are averse to his daughter making a profession for lier «elf. It is just as difficult a question why one sister should be a sculptor toy profession and another debarred from making use of her musical talent, tout those who know are well aware 'that the surroundings of the two ar rtistic lives must be very different, the sculptor pursuing art in the retire .ment of a studio in a royal palace, while the singer must necessarily live a more public life and have more pub­ lic associations. How's T...

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 May 1895

"'.Ir it V°LUME III. WELL-GROOMEB. Mr. Fenton put down his evening |apor and regarded his wife with a Bigli. She sat on the other side of the table, mending her way through a pile of stockings mountain high a plump little woman, of 40, none too trig in figure, decidedly ruffled aa to hair, Jbut with a merry twinkle in her blue •eyes and motherliness expressed in every line of her comfortable person. "Well," said he looking up, feel­ ing with sinking at the heart that some new complication had come up in the financial situation, and that she was about to be treated to views of bimetallism, addling to the feminine mind. But no. Her lord and master had been led into a very different train of thought. "It's nearly fifteen years that we have been married, Mary," he mused, remembering as he spoke that in all that time he had hardly ever before Ecrutinized her with such a critical gaze. "Tell it not in Gath," she laughed, '"I'm growing old, but let us keep it a secret in the family as long...

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 May 1895

j?HE COOK COUNTY HBBALjJ). OfFJCI.VL.PAP^I QJF COO,K COCKT^f. ,CHRIS. MURPIIY, Editor,a,nd Proprietor. Tenps, $1.00 a £e»vr in 44vap9p. GB^Np ^Aft£IS ^INS. MAY 25, 1895. 'The Great Pacific Cpfin-tElep. SJorfcy-four years ago William H. Reward, in a speech in the United Statea senate, prophesied .that Eprope, Avith all itscommej'oe, politics and his­ tory, wpul^ ip time sink into ^nsignifi ypanco comp^re^l to the greatf and grow­ ing Pacific region. The Atlantic has its •day now. The .day of ,the Paoi$o is at hanL Quoting sfrom Seward\8 speech as a .ex-Minister Lorrin A. T-burstop of Hawaii contributes to The North Amerjoan Review one of the piost im­ portant and interesting magazine papers that have appeared in many & day. His rtables comparing the tonnage of vesselp .arriving at Atlantio an$ Pacific port? ^ho.v that already Sydney has nearly Jbalf ,aa mua£ shipping as New York .oity. San Francisco has already nearly as much as Boston and more than Phil­ adelphia. South Australi...

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 May 1895

42F INTEREST. SL SFeeseadan left for his '.home ic-Su gjetaor Hlhnrsday. ^3. .A- i^eJeeti, of J^utse^, was a :visitor fccwc t&ije week. !&. tP.JSoareySafe.oii the JSixoa Tcesday aaaaaaisg 8sz ^.-esn 'ibor to Mr:, -flnd Mrs. Wm. Soweoafciiie ffiitttrsd&y morning. Peter Robert left for iDuluth Thurs­ day after epen cling a few days on his ^-homestead. Mre. H. J. Braun has been seriously ill during the past week but is now rap­ idly recovering. Matt. Johnson leflvon the Di*an Tues­ day morning for a couple of weeks' so­ journ in Duluth. Miss Nellie Murphy left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon after a month's visit •with relatives in Grand Marais. Hans Vanneboe leftjfor Duluth Thurs­ day afternoon after spending a few days with friends in town, .and also visiting ^.his homestead. Postmaster Brunes and Adolph Carl­ son, of Hovland, passed through town on the Dixon Tuesday morning on their way to Duluth. E. Spink of DulUth passed through town Sunday evening on his way to his rd...

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 May 1895

Awarded im idfhut Honors—World's Pair* DH W CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. ft pQie Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei fan Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Artificial Flowers. No longer is the wearing of artificial flowers otherwise than ujion the hat or bonnet considered bad form, says a New York fashion authority. It was an Inconsequent restriction, but one that has nevertheless ruled for many .years. Now artificial flowers—violets, rosebuds, primroses, hedgeroses and •many other blossoms—copy nature so perfectly that they are largely used "to decorate the head and neck, in pref­ erence to natural blooms that fade -and wither often before the dance or -other entertainment is half over. Some of the dainty French ruches for the neck are made wholly of fine flowers, tout these, of course, are for very special occasions. The majority of these accessories show a combination •of lace chiffon, flowers and ribbon. Seeking a Foreign Clime .In search of pl...

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 June 1895

A I, •iM 5&-~ Jr «*., ,1*4 LET S HAVE SOME FUN SO DIAGRAM NEEDED WITH THESES JOKES. the Funny Writers Present a Very Choice Batch of Humorous Produc­ tions That Will Prove Kntertain ing Reading: for Idle' Moments. The quick-witted conductor and the finical dude were both on an Ogden avenue trailer to- a' Madison street cable train. The long-coated dude was occupying more than his fair share of room, and as the car filled up the con duetor undertook to secure room fcft another passenger. "Move up there, gent," he said. But the dude'objected to the *abbre. yiated term applied to him. "I say, I'm no 'gent,' he protested. "Move up a little, lady," responded the conductor, promptly. He moved.—Chicago Times-Herald. More Drendfni Than Hades. A marine was one morning brought before the commanding officer of the •Charleston navy yard, charged with the offense of telling a lie to one of the other officers. After the officer had heard the evi­ dence he said to the culprit: "Do you know wha...

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