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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 August 1895

,build. iiUHi'HY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 8,3,00 a Year in Advance. •GRAND MARAIS MINN. AUG 17. 1895. & Grewsome Night Ride. The'approach of the thirty-first anni •yersary of General James. B. McPher "Spn !s death- recalls -with,, melancholy in­ terest an incident xiarrated by the late Secretary Gresham/ General Gresham $old tho story. the evening before he was ^tricKea with his last illness, then little •thinking that he himself was soon to join the choir invisible. McPherson was killed July 22, 1864, near Atlanta, it will be recalled. Gen­ eral Gresham commanded a division in the Army of the Tennessee. Gresham was badly wounded. McPherson helped to lift him upon a stretcher with his own hands and sent his staff surgeon to attend the case. With good wishes for Oresham's, speedy recovery he bade him jsjoodby. Gresham was carried to a little rail­ way station to wait the coming of a train. He lay meanwhile upon the Stretcher in the broiling sun, suffering terrible- pain. Af...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 August 1895

OF LOO ALII INTE5RS3ST .«* .•••• •t", Vuitheson is in Duluth on buei- ~V,5£« O. Johnson v/ent to Duluth Tues­ day. Mies Rose Murphy returned to her ,£me in West Duluth Tuesday. J. C. Kelly left for home .Tuesday after a week's visit in town. t1morning Mrs. .Hans Holte and her mother-in l,aw, Mrs. Holte, returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. Road Commissioner Braun has been appointed fire warden for the territory comprising hie road district. Mrs. Stensby and children arrived here from. Duluth Sunday evening for a visit with her sister, Mrs. John Matheson. .Miss Olson left for Duluth Tuesday morning after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrsf'Elling Olson, of Maple Hill. Miss Alida Thomag returned to her ^.home at Cross river Tuesday morning after a couple of weeks' visit with Miss Rose Scott. Dr. E. H. Angle. C. J. TibbetsandJ. H. Martindale, of St. Paul, are enjoying an outing here, having arrived on the l)ixon Sunday evening. Rev. Father Specht will arrive here next Fri...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 August 1895

Awarded HE5 Honors—World's Pair, DR. CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. ®lrw Ammonia, Aluir. or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THR STANDARD. BreadsticKs. Mrs. Rorer's formula for making breadsticks says: "Pour half a pint of Iwiling water into half a pint of milk. Add a teaspoonful of warm water. Now stir in sufficient whole-wheat Hour to make a stiff dough. Turn it ®ut on the board, kneed until soft and elastic and free from stickiness. Place ln a bowl, brush the top lightly with gutter and stand aside for three hours. t?hen turn out on the board, cut off a tmall portion and roll it out under the "bands about ten inches long and twice 4he thickness of a lead pencil. Place In greased pans, stand aside one hour, &nd bake in a quick oven ten min •tites. Special pans come for these Sticks, but they are not necessary, as ifhey will bake in any bread pan." Tobacco-Weakened Resolutions. Nerves irritated by tobacco, always craving '£r stimulants, explains why it Is s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 August 1895

I¥ :T. U» & V/ VOLUME IV. ,. Jfcns BITION, In Vontli itrvsas).my ambition to liecorae aifactor bold To piny a heavy part and help The aesp plot lo unfold. But when at last I irod the board3 My hopes received a jar, For I was one of the-"sticks"— A buzz saw was the "star. —I)Onierset News. A LITTLE PARABLE. I "lndpthe cross myself, whose weight 'va later laid on me. -This thought add* anguish as I toil Up lile's steep Calvary. To think mine own hands drove the hails! I s.-ing a merry song And cho.e the heaviest wood I had To build it firm and strong. If I hnd guessed—it I had dreamed Its weisrht was meant ior me, -I should have built a lighter cross To bear up Calvary! —Annie Reeve Aldrich in Scribner. A PRINCE'S WAGES. A STORY OF PARIS. x'Vfc*ry_weIh OWARD the end of the second em­ pire, Prince Edmond de a a was one of brilliant fre" quenters of the Boule­ vards Italiens. He was blonde, paie tall and slender, imperturbably phlegmatic—a temperament touching zero—with the aid of h...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 August 1895

I: ft It ii:r 1 1 ,jEf5 CQOK COUNTY HHRALDr oypiczAi* ?4M or coo^ CJQUHTS. ,GHRI8. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. i&l.QpaYea.r in Advance. GRfNJ? JfARAIS MINN. AIJG24. 1995. III ^Watermelon Tim,©. Watermelons and the Billyseasonuro jfftlly come in together. fTor a reason .{which is easily explained ip case of .the watermelon, jiot so easily in the fitiuac fiaae, both come in earlier .thaii they nsedip. With the opening of railway eommuiiioation between north and south a profitable trade of vast and continual Jy increasing proportions has arisen. Nothing cements friendly sentiments like profitable trade and good things ty ®at. Hie watermelon, therefore, ha» teen in the hands ,of Providence no mean instrninent in inciting brotherly love between north and south. Thou­ sands of freight pan will be inquired this summer to ship the Georgia and Carolina waterj^eionf to ^ew jmd the middle belt. In the dry. hot /lays when all nature pants for deliver­ ance, when the leaves wilt an...

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 August 1895

|r fr. if .* i.'if&Sfi t. V* A -'If :i •M OP LOCAL INTE5RJ5ST. Bw. Father Speoht arrived hope JSri eday Anorning. JQhn Matheson retocned fronjlhiloth ... Sunday evening Col. Colvill came down-from Duluth Wednesday evening'. 1 Landlord JFallerton: retorned Siibday evening fromJtailiitb. W. E. Luoas is building a.oabinoa bis homestead to replace the one that was ,bnrned last spring. 'Capt.tGillis arrived on the Dixon Wed- .nesday.evening,from ^Dnlath, andleft for ithe interior yesterdayimorning. John McAlpine, the pine land dealer, ^came down on the Dixon Wednesday to look over some pine in this vicinity. Dr. E.H. Angle. C. J. Tibbets and J. JH. Martandale left on the Dixon Tuesday tmorning: for .their home in Minneapolis. The Marigold* a government light bouse tender, made Light Souse Keeper JMayhew a call Tuesday morning and jbookihisiboat awayforrepairs. H. .J. Braun and Glaus Hanson re­ turned home last .evening after erecting a cabin on Miss Hedrick Freidlund's homestead. The...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 August 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Pair •DR CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE pole Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Vein Ammonia, Alum or any other aduiteiant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Electric Ltgfht and Candles. The Russians will not allow gas or' electric lights in their splendid churches, but by the use of thousands of candles produce a most brilliant yet agreeable light. Prof. Crookes, the scientist, says that "if the electric light were universal to-day, the can­ dle if suddenly introduced, would be thought a wonderful invention, as it enables a person to obtain light in its simplest and most portable form, and without the use of cumbrous machin­ ery or the necessity of attaching a lamp to any fixed point by means of wire before it could be lighted." The desired portable electric light has not yet arrived. An inventor of our ac­ quaintance has long been experiment­ ing upon it, but has not yet reduced its weight below 20 pounds. The tri­ bute to the best sperm candle is de­ served. The softness 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. — 31 August 1895

ti VOLUME IV, SCIENTIFIC MATTERS. INFORMATION ABOUT SOME THINGS IN SCIENCE. incident I NEW DivWed. Honors in Railway Popula­ tion—GIobm Imitation of Wood— The Play of Colors in tlie Electric Pni'ttace—Scientific Notes. The burning question of the day in electrical and railroad circles is th« relative part Which steam and electri­ city are to play in the railroad traffic of the future. Out of the engrossing and exhaustive discussion of the sub­ ject which has lately been in progress the public is, at length, beginning to form a definite idea of the outlook. The problem for which a solution has been desired is "Steam or electricity?" The solution reached is "Steam and Electricity." As Frank J. Sprague £uts it, the question narrows itself Sown to the number of train units op­ erated between terminal points. Make that number sufficiently large and the electric motor is for the best means of propulsion, whether for high or low Speed. Decrease this number and you must rely on steam. In ot...

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. — 31 August 1895

PfFtDUj. PAPEI OF C.Q.OK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Tories, $1.00 a Year in Advance. .68 AND MARAIS MINN. AUG 31. 1895. JEPag End Foolishness. Jpr. Max Nordau, a learned German the Jewish race, delivered himself ^Qgie time ago of a salty screed against ^be universal degeneracy of mankind jit the close of the nineteenth century. Morality, religion and intellect were afflicted with a poisonous mildew pre­ vious to dropping to pieces through j&ecay. In every aspect in which you potild view him the fag end of the century man was a bad lot, quoth Dr. Hordaji. Immediately on the pub­ lication of his bilious ebullition Nor­ mal} ^as attacked by critics on all aicjes. They argued away' the slimy jjreen and yellow fiction of the time and Jgtood up for the piarch of progress all ftlo^ig the line. Now Dr. Mas comes ^back at his critics one apd all and de­ clares more vigorously than ever that the human race is tobogganing down Jiill to destruction at breathless speed. "W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 August 1895

!v I I. .V* 7# fa •V I I &•• Col. 'Col,vill wont to Dnlath Tuesday. Dan Hanley (rett^mod Miss Ruth Cheaney .to Duluth yes­ terday, W. H. Smith and W. W. Dapiels were an town this J&reefc. vl©'t for her home tjn Superior Tuesday morning. George Howenstine, of Itasca, Wis., arrived here on the Dixon Wednesday even^ag. G. A. Wiseman came injfrom the woods Wednesday and (left yesterday morning for Dnlath. fi. A. and A. A. Nelson and A, W. Pet­ erson of Lutson were in town the first of the weeks Wm. E. Lucas and E. W. DeLong left for West Superior on the Dixon yes­ terday morning. C. C. Moqker wiU leave for Duluth next week to accept a position in a broom factory. His family will remain here. Mrs. Stensby left for her home in Du­ luth Tuesday morning after a .couple of weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs..John Matheson. Miss Belle Wick, of Duluth, who has been visiting friends here for the past .month left for £ome on the Dixon Tues­ day morning. Miss Katie McLaren left on the Dixo...

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. — 31 August 1895

I -4 *-4 '*H THE CHILD-SEASON. O sunny life of childhood! blossoming To gladden all the world as if the spring .Wert captive made, and your soft liair ungird Had netted all spring's sunshine as it stirred Your little nest has still its singing bii'd. 0 youth! fast learning to be wise and vain, IVhose aims are lofty. In the race for gain •Groat things seem possible—and yet to-day •Some grave that is a milestone on the way Says over the world's loud voice, Kneel and pray." 0, hearts that pain has chastened! Well ye know The song of thankfulness. Ye but forego Your joy a little while. The leaves may tell •Of autumn yet be brave ye have fought well, Weep not ye know that other fighters fell. 0, aged heads that many a Yule-tide snow Has whitened! Though the time be long ago Since first ye laughed in childhood's golden ray, The Child of Bethlehem takes your hand to-day. •God's blessing crowns your far more perfect way. —Chambers' Journal. J.OYE OX THE WHEEL. -4. Biking: Romance, By Anne W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 September 1895

b-* I VOLUME IV 5* A CLEVER SWINDLE. fiOGUE GOT AWAY WITH ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Muzzled a District Attorney of Callfor" nia—Induced a Merchant to Indorse a Check for Him by a Peculiar System of Reasoning. NE OF THE CLEV erest swindling schemes I ever heard of was suc­ right here in this city," said District Attorney Barnes to a San Francisco re­ porter the other day, as the lawyers in the Whiteman case sat talking together while they "waited for the verdict of the jury. "The case was brought to my office, but try as we would we could find no charge that would fit the case and upon which there was any chance of securing a conviction. The principal was a bright young man, and he dropped into one of the large jewelry houses one day and asked to see some diamonds. "He seemed particularly pleased with a pair of big solitaires, but the price, $750, seemed too much for him. 'It's my wife's birthday to-morrow,' he said, 'and I'd like to have these stones. I "won't get any money until next w...

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. — 7 September 1895

r. ,£PEJS CQOK C9UNTY HERALD. JO/FICIAL PAP^I OP CooK,5pprNTy. ^CIIRIS. MURPHY. Edito.r and Proprietor. Terms, Sl.OOaYear in Advance. .GRAND .MARAIS MIJJN..SEPT..7,1895. Da.vid Suinjtte Lo^t Message. It has been rety generally nQfced that JthB last germ on preached by the lament­ ed Professor David Swing before hia .death was on the labor question. A pe­ rusal of the serinon shows that the fa­ mous liberal preacher had taken to heart -very seriously the action of the Ameri­ can Railway union at the time of the Chicago strike last summer. He says labor is as great an enemy to labor as it is to capital. Ho blames the strikers throughout for the unfortunate features pf the affair. Labor's resort to violence ,he deals with as follows: Labor may and even must organize, but tha laborers must organize as just and law abiding men, country loving men, and not as bandits. The depressing memory of last July is not to be found in the fact that labor was organized or wholly in the fact thai it "...

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. — 7 September 1895

tS* M, IX Landlord Fuller top ,and wile went to jDuluth Tuesday. Chris. Larson and. 0. Haghind went to Duluth yesterday. R.Dowman and N. Probeck came in .from Gunflint Monday. Mrs. Elling Olson left on the Dixon yesterday ..morning for Duluth. J. Selmer Johnson returned from .Minneapolis Wednesday evening. Frank Fowler arrived here on the Dixon Wednesday evening from Duluth. A. A. Lindskog and family left yester­ day morning for a visit with friends in Duluth. Capt. Gillis returned to Duluth Tues 3ay after a couple of weeks sojourn in the woods,north of town. Mrs. M. Johnson left for Duluth yes­ terday morning fqr a visit with her ..daughter, Mrs. Hans Uarlson. HeDry Pfund arrived here from St. Paul Sunday evening to do some work for the Johnson Nickle Mining company. M. L. Lake, Chas, H. Fults and Jas. Crane are looking over pine lands in this vicinity in the interests of a Michigan lumber company. George and John Howenstine left for home on the Dixon Tuesday morning in response to...

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. — 7 September 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—WorM'f Mf« tfKET CREAM BAKING PVMMR MOST PERFECT MADE. pole Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei com Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THR STANDARD. Protect Cows From Flies. If cows could be protected in sum­ mer from flies it would undoubtedly be a means of largely increasing the milk flow and save much annoyance in milking. Prof. C. M. Weed of the New Hampshire agricultural experi­ ment station gives the following meth •ods of preventing the attacks of the horse-fly, which, we presume, would be equally effective for any other kind of fly. It is simple and worth trying: The most satisfactory way of pre Tenting the attacks of the horse-fly is to apply to the cattle some substance that serves as a repellant. We have experimented with a number of ma­ terials and find that the best results are obtained by the use of a cheap oil —such as tish oil or crude cottonseed oil—to which a small amount of car­ bolic acid or pine tar has been added. Apply rather ...

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. — 14 September 1895

ir¥- A. VOLUME IT. STAYING A DEATH. WAS living In se­ clusion in a small town about thirty fi\e miles north of London. I was writ- tfUw *ns a novel- Sr engrossed was I with my task that I had no time even to read the newspaper and was quite igno­ rant of a what was going on in the World. It was a little after 8 o'clock one evening in April that I finished the second volume of my work. It was with great satisfaction that I wrote, and with considerable flourish, too, the words, "End of Volume the Second." It was useless doing any more that night, so I put on my hat and coat and started off for an evening stroll. I had no sooner stepped into the street than a boy accosted me with a bundle of papers under his arm and the re­ quest, "Buy an evening paper, sir?" I bought one, put it in my pocket, and resumed my walk. My landlady had brought in my sup­ per, and, as my walk had given me an appetite, it was with no small pleasure that I viewed a goodly joint of cold beef awaiting my attack. ...

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. — 14 September 1895

iW&s THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP COOK COUNTY. CHRIS, JIUF.PHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, £1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. SEPT. 14, 1895. The Need, of a Deep Waterway to tlie Sea The present situation is briefly this. Onr lake commerce is bottled up at Buffalo. There our grain must be placed into elevators and transferred to the small boats of the Erie Canal, which are hauled by mule power to Albany, where they are gathered into fleets and towed to New York City by steam. The Canadians have made a courageous and |jereistent effort to divert the grain move­ ment from New York harbor to Montreal Nearly half a century ago they built the original Welland cannal and blasted shallow canals through the rocks around the rapids in the St. Lawrence River. They have since deepened the Welland Canal to fourteen feet and enlarged its locks and they are now engaged in deep­ ening the St. Jjawrsnce canals to a like depth. This is patriotic, but it is of doubtful wi...

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. — 14 September 1895

mm msmm r% 3sT* OF LOCAL INTEREST. S. F. Hownetiue went to Duluth Tues­ day on business. Treasurer Johnson returned Sunday .evening from Duluth. Landlord and Mrs, Fullerton returned from Duluth Sunday evening. M.Johnson left on the Dixon yester­ day morning for a week's visit in Duluth Ole Gunderson and partner came up from Brule river Monday and left on the Dixon Tuesday morning for Duluth. A. S. Carlson and Barny McCoy of Hovland were on the Dixon Sunday evoning on their way home from "Duluth. Sander Jentoft went down to Chicago Bay Sunday evening to work on the new bridge to be built over the Brule river. Andrew Stienbecken returned from Duluth Sunday evening accompanied by his family who just arrived from Norway to make their future home in Cook county. Mr. Magoffin of Duluth was in town Tuesday. He came down across the country from Rainy lake and intended to look over Cook and Lake counties on his way to Duluth. The first of the great yacht races for the America's cup between t...

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. — 14 September 1895

in Si i' I f! $ Si 1 A Slave From Boyhood. (From the Bed Wins, Minn., Republican.) "I am now twenty-four years old," •aid Edward Swan son. of White Rock Goodhue County, Minn., to a Republican representative, "and as you can see fcm not very large of stature. ^SVhen I was eleven years old I became afflicted iwith a sickness which baffled the skill and knowledge of the physician. I was not taken suddenly ill but on the con­ trary I can hardly state the exact time when it begun. The first symptoms were pains in my back and restless nights. The disease did not trouble me much at first, but it seemed to have settled in my body to stay and my bitter experience during the last thirteen years proved that to be the case. I was of course a child and never dreamed of the sufferings in store for me. I complained to my parents and they concluded that in time I would outgrow my trouble, but when they heard me groaning during my sleep they became thoroughly alarmed. Medical advice was sought but 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. — 21 September 1895

1 1^.4 *v lip J- V?, •V i' 1f**y VOLUME IT. THE VALLEY OF SILENCE, Out far on the deep there are billows That never shall break on the beach, And I have heard songs in the silence That never shall float into speech, And I have had dreams in the Valley Too lofty for language to reach. And I have seen thoughts in the Val­ ley— Ah, me! how my spirit was stirred— They wear holy veils on their faces, Their footsteps can scarcely be heard They pass down the Valley like vir­ gins Too pure for the touch of a word. .Do you ask me the place of this Val­ ley, To hearts that are harrowed with care? It lieth afar between mountains, And God and His angels are there And one is the dark mount of Sorrow, And one the bright mountain of Prayer. —Father Ryan. LOREUt HUNTER. Long years ago when the fairies still used tlieir powrer there lived a young man named Lohier. He was good looking and not without wit, but the poor fellow had one misfor­ tune. He never succteded when he went out hunting and yet he...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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