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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 September 1895

COOK COUNTY HERALD. T,OFFACIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. ,CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. .Terms. $3.00 a Year in Advance. 0RAND MABAIS M^NN. SEPT. 21. 1895. Somebody has been finding fault be ,CK,vne the patents granted to women lire mostly for improvements op .existing things. Suppose they are and suppose woman is deficient in originality. Im­ provements are often more beneficial ihan original ideas, when applied to practical living. Ex-Speaker Crisp considers it safer to talk up the Whitney boom than to tackle the silver question while Senator Hill in hia anxiety to discuss invasions of personal liberty lias apparently forgot fcliere was such a thing as the silver question. Mr. Balfour, the first lord of the British .treasury, is like the man who was fpp the law but against its enforce­ ment. He says in effect that he favors an in terna^ional agreement on silver bu.t will n_9jb allow one to be reached. According to editor Kohlsaat, the chances against the election of a resident...

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. — 21 September 1895

OP LOCAL INTEREST. Ye editor and family idft for Duluth yesterday morning. Mrs. Elling Oleonrfe turned from Du­ luth Sunday evening. S. F. Howenstine returned Sunday evening from Duluth Ole Gunderson returned on the Dixon /Sunday evening from Dnluth. Mr and Mrs. M. jQhnson returned from Duluth -.Wednesday evening. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Leance Carriljoo died Wednesday. A. A. Lindskog and family returned on the Dixoa Sunday evening from Du­ luth. C. Haglund returned from Duluth Sunday evening accompanied by a Mr. Jolin. The Merritts are in it again. They have incorporated another railroad to run from Duluth to the Miaaba range The new road will de known as the Du­ luth & Northwestern. The year old ehild of Mrs. Christian sen died in Duluth last waek of whoop­ ing cough. Mrs. Christiansen returned home "Wednesday evening in company with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Chris Holte. Last week a special trial train on the New York Central railroad consisting of three powerful engin...

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. — 21 September 1895

Awarded #Mghest Honors—World's Pair* DR 9mm pmm CEiAM MOST PERFECT MADE. pore Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THP. STANDARD. Settle It Yourselves. Starting from lier sleep she seized ner husband convulsively by the nose *nd one eyelid. "John," she cried, 'there's a burglar going through your :rousers!" "What did you wake me for?" irritably demanded the head of :he house "settle it between you." Ilather Unappreciative. Agent—I have called, madame, to 5ee if I could not sell you a summer :-ottage at Fashion Beach. Mrs. Suddenrich (with crushing dig aity)—We kin afford to go to a reg'lar boardin' house.—New York Weekly. "Hanson's Magic corn Salve." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Ask yoal iruggist for it. Price 15 cents. A Slight Misunderstanding. "I hear that Brown has taken a wife." "Indeed." "Fact." •"Whose ?"—Atlanta Constitution How to Get Out. Prisoner—I Avant to get out of here Dad. Jailer—That is the way you came in. W...

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. — 28 September 1895

I J* 5 UK 1 VOLUME IT. 't BOB ROWED BUBBLES. QUIPS AND QUIRKS FROM THE JOKE SHOP. Some Pen Pictures of Life ns the Funny Man Sees It—Entertaining Reading: for Idle Moments—Fun for Young and Old. "James," said Mr. lmpecune, "to iriorrow will be the first day of Au­ gust, and I shall leave the city for my midsummer outing. You may remain ihere. Probably there will be several callers at the office during the day. There will be men with folded slips of paper and documents of various kinds. They will be likely to inquire where I am, and you can tell them I am away on my vacation." "Yes, sir," said the new office boy. "How long will your vacation last?" "Until the day after to-morrow," re­ plied Mr. lmpecune, lowering his voice.—Chicago Tribune. A Wonderful Mind. It—"Aw—speaking of Twilby, aw—I have taken a chicken, looked it stwaight in the eye, aw—and I actual­ ly hypnotized it—aw." She—"Well, that shows that your mind is stronger than the chickens."— Judge. Embarrassing. Jay Green—The ...

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. — 28 September 1895

I OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. SEPT. 28. 1895. There is something absolutely hid­ eous and revolting in the disgusting cant of tbis whisky riDg about their particular industry—an "industry" in which colossal fortunes go to the maker and a bare subsistence wage to the worker dog-cart and diamond rings for the wholesale merchant, and sixteen hours' work a day and a bare liying for the waiter who has to retail the precious product that fills our lunatic asylums with the hapless victims of dipsomania, our jails with criminals, our streets with unfortunates, and tens of thousands of -itomes with squalor, want and misery, while it fills the coffers and pockets, of the distillers -withuntold wealth—Mich­ ael Davitt. Woman is still clamoring for her "vested rights" in spite of the faqt that she is not only vested but is necktied, standing-collared, shirt-bosomed, and since bloomers have come in, other...

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. — 28 September 1895

jm. OF LOCAL INTEREST, Aqdrew Stenbaeken returned from &)uluth Sunday evening. Mrs. C. A. Fullerton left, on the Dixon yesterday morning fQr Duluth. County Commissioner Engelson was in town this week on business. Hans Gilbertson returned on the Dix­ on Sunday evening from Duluth. Jos. Carriboo and mother returned Wednesday evening from a visit in Tower. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. May hew and .daughter, Carrie, are visiting friends in Duluth. Miss. Annie McOormick returned Wednesday evening from a week's visit in Duluth. E. A. Grochou arrived on Dixon Wed­ nesday evening for a couple of weeks sojourn on his cjaim. Julius Melander came down on the Dixon Wednesday to spend a couple of weeks on his homestead. S. F. Howenstine and family returned to Duluth yesterday after a couple months' visit in Grand Marais. Marine Inspectors Monahan and Chalk came down on the Dixon Wednesday evening to inspect the tug Walton B. Maj. Sears came down from Duluth Wednesday to look over the work of dredging ...

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. — 28 September 1895

41 Peace Hath Her Victories." STORY OF A MAN WHO FOUGHT IN A DOZEN BLOCDY BATTLES. From the Post-News, Alexandria, Minn. Vv'hen anything good comes to an old eoltlier the world is always glad to hear of it. It is therefore with especial pleas­ ure that we listened to the story of Mr. William Miller, of Alexandria, Minn. The year 1S61 found him prosperous and happy in a comfortable home in St. Lawrence County, New York.. He re­ alized that his .country needed him and went as a private with Com­ pany K, of the 60th New York. Assigned to the Army of the Potomac, his life was not the "picnic" described by one of our Minnesota Congressmen. He went through the campaigns until after Get­ tysburg and then went to Tennessea with General Hooker to relieve the ten­ sion at Chickamauga and ended witb Sherman on his march to the sea. Four years of such work had Its effect, fie was a young man possessed of fine physique and must have had great strength but soon after enlisting he suf­ fered with ...

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. — 5 October 1895

«*3i 4 ,r* VOLUME IY. LOVE'S JEST So, Colin, you are going back To our native health? There you'll see the boys and girls Eoys and girls, Boys and giris— There you'll see the boys and girls Dar.ce the Maypole 'neath. O, Colin, how I envy you Dancing on the green! For there you'll meet my buxom Kate, Cozy Kate, Rosy Kate- There,you'll meet my chosen Kate, My rosy May Day Queen! Colin, when you talk to Kate, Do not lose your head! If she seem in sighing mood, Crying mood, Dying mood— If she seem in sighing mood. Say—that I am—dead! If she fall not in a swoon. If she tcss her head, Seem to take it airily, Cheerily, Merrily— If she take it merrily. Say—that I am—wed! Then if she begin to weep, And cry -'Woe worth the day!" Say I'll cure her sorrow soon, Very soon, To-morrow noon— Say I'll come to-morrow—Nay! I'll come with you to-day, My darling Kate, I cannot wait— I'm coming, yes, to-day! Yes, to-day! Yes, to-day! Come,Colin, come away! —Mark Ambient. UNSATISFIED. My roses in the suns...

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. — 5 October 1895

1 IS I II I fl 1^ is N 11 11 I* iH II S 15 1 -ii ll as5 .?"ipj COOK COUNTY HEKALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOIi COUNTY. |3HRI3. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, SI.00 a Year in Advance. qRAJMD MARAIS MINN. OCT. 5, 1W3.1. Cook County's Settlers. Special agent Lesiire of the interior department returned this r.oon from 'month's trip through the northern part of Cook County, which is the most eastern country of the state and of which Grand M.irm's is th^ seat. Tho object of the visit was to ascertain whether the lar^e number of claims taken up were genuine, He found they were not. In -twenty days ho didu'' f-ee a soul and in twenty townships h'* failed to discover txace of settlHiueni being made. Yet thousands of acre: have been entered as claims iu the land oilice.—Common wea 11 b. While we have no right to question the veracity of Mr. Lesuer's statements it seems strange that he cor.!d travel over twenty townships without deecover ing trace of settlement being made when we know of at...

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. — 5 October 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. H.-Mayhew and R. Dowman \vent to Duluth yesterday. Auditor Fisher and J. Selmer Johnson returned from Dulnth Spnday .evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E Mayhew and daughter, •Carrie, returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. H.J. Braun returned yesterday from his farm where he has been harvesting his pototoe crop. He reports an excel­ lent c?op. Androw Chreetianson, Mrs. Ole Bru nes of Hovland and doughter Carrie passed through town on the Dixon Tues­ day morning on their way to Duluth. E. E- -Lewis returned to Grand Marais Sunday evening after an absence of sev­ eral months. He was accompanied by Mr. Erickson of Minneapolis who has a claim a few miles down the shore. The Grand Marais public school opened last Tuesday morning with Prof. Osfergren as teacher. Mr. Ostergren needs no introduction to the people of Grand Marais, he having taught our chool last year, and by his Ifficient service merited a reoppointment. Williams, Dougherty & Upham's dredge No. 4 completed its ...

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. — 5 October 1895

I Can't Sleep Is the complaint of many at thie season. The reason is found in the fact that the nerves are weak and the body in a fever­ ish and unhealthy condition. The nerves may be restored by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which feeds them upon pure blood, and this medicine will also create an appetite, and tone up the system and thus give sweet and refreshing sieep and vigorous health. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only ti-ue blocd purifier prominently in the public eye today. $1 six for $5. Hood's Pills Obedience Is Wortli More Than Ge­ ography to u. Child. This lesson of law and obedience, then, is one that needs to combine with love in the very farst instruction given to the child. When a boy hears his father say, "My son, do this," the impression made upon him needs to be like that made upon the old Hebrews by a "Thus saith the Lord." Ilis father is the only almighty, practical­ ly, that the boy has during the lirst Jfears of his life. Obedience is worth more than geography—Rev. Charles...

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 October 1895

r- VOLUME rv. At the Last, -it Is thy wife! Oh, husband, let me in! I am aweary, and the way was hard 'The snow was deep, the way was hard to win I fell before thy gate, against me barr'd. •Oh, let me in! it is thy weary wife, filtherto following with wounded feet, To find thee here, and lose the pain of life. Excepting this, my bitter had no sweet, [And my despair no hope, when thou w6rt past, Oh, love, from out my darkness to thy light. 'And now for me, for me, the dawn at last! For me the rapture of the end of night! Downfall'n my husband's silent house before, He hears me not—then Death undo the door. STORY OF C-234-M. G. By Pereie W. Hart. It is now the forty-second day of the spring season, in the year 3000 A. D. My name—C-234-M. G., tells the reader my residence, family and phrenolog­ ical classification and when I state that I have reached the mature age of ten, any one must realize that I have something worth telling or I would never risk the penalty imposed by law upon the...

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. — 12 October 1895

fBE. GOaK. OOyr^TY HERALD. ,p£IRICIAL PAPEI or COOK COUNTY. jSJffEJS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor, T&rms. SI.00 a Y^arin Advance. SB AND MARAIS MINN. OCT. 12. 1895. ,w_ K~r It is to be remembered that the En ^flish challengers for the America's cnp are nnder the disadvantage of being .obliged to build a yacht which can be safely qavi^a^ed across the ocean. The jrieeigR^ro of the Defender were not under that very important necessity. .They could consequently build a boat jfctr speed rather than for seaworthiness. .The Yalfcyarie is a splendid specimen of the ship-builder's art and her inability to carry back the America's cup to the old country is nothing to her discredit. While ali this interest in yacht-racing jjpes not affect very directly the practical gviestion of the return of the United States to the sea, it has certain salutary -bearings in that direction. It is helping tQ educate a group of skilful naval ar­ chitects and designers, while it is also promoting the love 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. — 12 October 1895

OP LOOAL INTEREST. R. retailed frocj "Duluth. Sunday evening. Treasurer Johnson Lwent Tuesday qn business. Hick's WOBKS. to Duluth Special Agent TjeSeu^r of the laod department's in town. Auditor a^d Mrs. Fisher left on the Dixon-yesterday morniDg.for Duluth. Alfred Nelson and A. W. Pe'ers of Lutsen wherein town,the first of the •week* Fred Nelson came do-wn from West Superior Sunday to look after the crop on his farm. Headly Redmeyer came down from -Cross Riyer Sunday evening and returned home Tuesday morning. Ole. J. Olson went down to Carlton Peak yesterday morning to build a barn for Commissioner Engelson. Andrew Christianson and Mrs. Ole Brunes and daughter of Hovland re­ turned from Duluth Sunday evening. Mrs. Ole Gunderson came down on the Dixon Sunday evening from Duluth to visit her husband who is.fishing at Brule point. R. Paine and P. Graff came down on the Dixon Sunday evening to harvest the crop on their farms in the Hovland district. John Erickson and family arrived he...

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. — 12 October 1895

CAUSED BY VflGSlNflTlON. (From the Journal, Detroit, Mich.) Every one in the vicinity of Meldrum avenue and Champlain street, Detroit, knows Mrs. McDonald, and many a neighbor has reason to feel grateful to her for the kind and friendly interest ehe has manifested in eases of illness. She is a kind-hearted friend, a natural nurse, and an intelligent and refined lady. To a reporter she recently talked at some length about Dr. William's Pink Pills, giving some very interesting in­ stances in her own immediate knowl­ edge of marvelous cures, and the uni­ versal beneficence of the remedy to those who had used it. I have reason to know," said Mrs. McDonald, "something of the worth of this medicine, for it has been demon­ strated in my own immediate family. My daughter Kittle is attending high school, and has never been very strong since she began. I suppose she studies hard, and she has quite a distance to go every day. When the small-pox broke out all of the school children had to be va...

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. — 19 October 1895

ft? iS "NORTHFIELD RAID." RECOLLECTIONS OF THE AF­ FAIR OF SEPTEMBER, '76. ITIie Fatal Battle Was Kot Without Its Humorous Features—A. E. Hunker, Who Was at the Time Tellur in the At­ tacked Hank, Writes of Them. N an article en­ titled "Recollec­ tions of the Nor til field Bank Raid," A. E. Bunker, of the Western Newspaper Union, who was tel­ ler of the First Na­ tional at the time of the attempted rob­ ber}' (Sept. 7, 1876), writes as follows of the humorous incidents of that day: "There were some humorous inci­ dents connected with this serious affair, and as I am given to 'seeing the unro mantic side' I recall some of them. A German, named Miller4, conducted a fur­ niture store and repair shop next door south of the bank, living on the upper floor of the two-story building, and having a workroom in the basement. He had several boys growing up, who, like other boys, were not always at home when wanted, and Miller would frequently consult his neighbors as to the whereabouts of Joh...

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. — 19 October 1895

THE COOK OQTJNTY HSSALD. OFFICIAL PAFEI or COOK COUNTY. .jCHRIS. MURPIIY, Editor and Proprietor. .Terms, S1.00»Yea*r in Advance. flUAND M.ARAIS MINN. CCT. 19. 1S95. The "waste of beat in producing steam, even in warming an ordinary dwelling, is something stupendous. Wherever the coking of CGal is carried on, too, enough gas is wasted to furnish fuel to :i whole £ity. The gas just simply flows into the air and burns. It is almost a crime. In the vicinity of Birmingham, Ala., one 13 glad to see that coke gas is at last to bs utilized as fuel. It has only to be con­ fined in pipes and carried from house to house in the city, as illuminating g.:s is now supplied. Industrial plants will no doubt havo tho gas piped to them, and it can be used instead of coal, to the enormous saving of labor. Thero would be no coal or ashes to handle and no spot or smokoin tho air. The waste gas, it is claimed, can be supplied .to manu­ facturing establishments at a lower rate than is now paid for fuel in ...

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. — 19 October 1895

OF "LOCAL interest. H. May hew returned from Duluth •Sunday evening. Treasurer Johnson returned Sunday evening,from Duluth. Frank Johnson came down on the Dixon Sunday evening snd returned to ?Duluth yesterday morning. The handsoqae Temple Opera house of Duluth was totally destroyed by fir^ shortly after midnight Saturday .night. The direct damage from the fire is es­ timated at $105,000. It was with the .greatest difficulty that tk9 Masonic Temple, with its valuable public library was saved. A simple test for the sewage contamin­ ation of water, recommended by Iowa Board of Health, is to add 4 drops of permanganate of epotash solution to a glass of the water. After standing 2 hours, the rose color imparted by the permanganate will have cbangtd to a dull yellow if decomposing: orj,a ic matter is in very large quantity. If the proportion of impurity is small, the rose .!olor may fade only slightly. A good method of quickly determining the quaii ty of drinking-water is to dissolve 12 ...

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. — 19 October 1895

The Foundation of Good Health is Pure, Rich Blood And the surest, best way to purify your blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 1 cuuu v3 11155 tlve, Al) druggists. 25c. Extraordinary Growth. Tho most remarkable 'nstance of a human being's rapid growth 3nd ma­ turity, followed by decline, Is one re­ corded by the French academy in l'i29. It is that of a boy whose voice chang­ ed at the age of five whose height at Six was five feet sis inches and whose beard was then grown, making him appear to be about thirtv years old. He had great physical strength and could easily lift and carry a bag of grain weighing 200 pounds. His de­ cline was us rapid as his growth. His hair and beard turned gray when he was eight years old at ten he tottered in his walk, bis teeth fell out and his hands became palsied. He died at twelve with every sign of extreme old age.—London Sun. ..FITS-—AII Fit stopped free by Dr. Tv line's Ores /verve Restorer. KoFltsafter u.« nrsaoav iiv» Mai velouscures. Treatisea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 October 1895

fer i-r fx A .) Hi SHALL SEE HElt PASS." •Once more through the path that strays On the low field's tangled edge By murmurous waterways, By blossoming.thicket and hedge •Once more with her filmy gown Bending ti soft, new gross, Her radiant eyes cast down. 1 soon shall see lier pass! For to-day in the sweet spring wood— The silken-tasseled wood— In the sunlit wake of a shower And fresh from the dewy mold, I saw her own loved flower— The tender, frail wind-flower Lifting beneath its haad A welcoming eye of gold. And straight within my breast A slumbering gladness woke And the spell of a deep unrest. Of a lingering sadness, broke For although nor love nor bliss My heart hath found alas! Yet fate doth yield me this I shall once more see her pass! Midland Monthly. JAfKIE. Far distant from the city's roar and Strife there winds a little valley, and through it a murmuring river flows. A shallow brook leaps down the West •ern hills and joins it in its race to a greater river. Beside the bro...

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