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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 October 1895

SI THE COOK COUNTY HERALD OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOB COUNTY. ,GHRIS. MURPHY, Editor Terms, SI .00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. OCT. 26, 1895. A recent dispatch from Foo Chow phini, says that as a result of British ^counsel's interview with him, tbe vice­ roy has agreed to execute eighteen more accused of murdering nueBiomiriep, im­ mediately. The concessions are due to the presence there of five British men-of -war. It's rrockery of civilisation to say that Ch.in§ can expiate the missionary massacre by murdering a few of those pemi-savafres who were duped by her into participating in it. China might be willing to make a trade like that every day, until all those foreign missionaries are out of her way. The above news contains no assurance that foreigners in China are to be protected in the future. —West Duluth Sun. It seems that the queen was misplaced jn the resent recent revolutionary shuf fle in Korea. Russia will probably insist upon searching Japan's sleeves, New York's Go...

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 October 1895

A\ w"«' Ut' •M tP _J OP LOCAL INTEREST. Special Agent LeSueur went to Duluth 'Tuesday. Auditor Fieher returned Wednesday evening from Duluth. T, B. Lewis of Chicago arrived here ,.on the Dixon Sunday evening. Ludvig lUiasen and Bernt and Jolin .Jaoobson of Hoviand went to Duluth .on the Dixon Tuesday. John A. McFarland returned Wednes ?day from a month's sojourn on his lands in the .vicinity of Pine lake. He has about .five hundred acres of land up there which he has spsnt considerable time in .exploring"- this summer and is highly pleased with the result of his investiga­ tion. When Connty Commissioner Jackson returned liome from Grand Murais on .on the 11th inst. he was snprised to fir.d complete stranger in possession of his premises. Fred, being of a kind disposi­ tion, didn't have the heart to turn out one so young so he proffered the youny man the protection of his home. There will be clouds of cigar smoke at the next commissioners' meeting. The poorest paid teachers in the pu...

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 October 1895

Take Parker's a Fact Th*t Hood's Sarsaparilla has an anequalle iTecord of cures, the largest sales In th« "World, and cures when all others fail. 11 ood 's SarsapariHa Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye today. (1| six for $5. Be sure to get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills Hood'fe Sarsaparilla. A Panacea. "How sad! Don Froilan has just •died a moment ago!" "Indeed!" exclaimed his doctor, "tlien it is his own fault he never would take the pills I ordered him, •and as could be expected he is dead. If he had taken them he would be «.live now!" "Oh, but he was run over by a •coach." "Well, people who take my pills keep Indoors a long time and don't get run •over."—Bremon. Tlie Old Dilemma. Miss Buzbuz—Do you sell postage •stamps? Drug Clerk—Yes'm. Miss Buzbuz—Well, let me have fivt •twos, please, and give me nice ones won't you? The last ones I bought -all stuck together in my pocket before I'd been carrying them around a week. —Roxbury Gazette. The Modern Beauty "Thrives...

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. — 2 November 1895

'i 1i- THE BED CROSS DOGS. "CANINES TRAINED TO SEEIv OUT WOUNDED SOLDIERS. 'When Tliey Find. a. Wanuded (joldier They Kneel So That He Can llelp Himself to Me«lieiue—Dogs Dra*v Stretchers. Lechenich, near Cologne, in the Rhineland, is the home qf Jean Bun­ gartz, the animal painter and animal lover, who is at present engaged upon an interesting experiment in dog train­ ing. After success in training dogs for active army duty, reconnoitering, sen­ try and messenger service—success certified to by the German Govern­ ment—Mr. Bungartz turned his atten­ tion to a new branch of the work, and is the first to train dogs -for hos­ pital and ambulance service. First of all, when scarce six months •old, the puppy must learn to obey, to answer to the ordinary commands, "Come here," "Down," "Speak," "Forward march" and the like. Then he is taught to wear his harness. This last consists of collar, sailcloth rug tightly rolled, and the saddle bags, •each with compartments, to-carry dog lxscuit, b...

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 November 1895

jTHSJ COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF Cook COUNTY. /CHB.IS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, SI.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN.'NOV. 2. 1895. The silver Senators seem disposed to Aaveasay about that proposed Senate ^-reorganization. No publisher has yet announced "Where and How I Got It," by Hon Richard'Crober. What a pity tliat Corbett and Fi'zsim mons cannot each be sentenced to abant five years' silence. Like others who started out to pet even Mr. Sherman may find that he has ,overdone the business. Senator Sherman is, of course, familiar .•svith that homely saying about the pot .colling the kettle black. Senator Sherman's book furnishes good proof that he has really abandoned his long cherished Presidential aspirations. .-Senator Sherman's Recollection train had a head-on colhsoion with the Harri­ son vsracity express in its first burst of speed. Chicago may rival New York in some things, but its brand of municipal politics can hardly be said to be in the sam...

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. — 2 November 1895

OF LOOALi INTEREST. Register Tucker is in Duluth -m bus' nes8. John Howenstine made Graud a short visit this week. John Jaoobson of Hovland ret in i, from Dulut.il Wedm-sday evening. Rev. Father Specht left on tho xon Wednesday evening for Grand ge after a week's slay in Gr nd Manns. John Eriekson is opened a shoe pairing shop on the west side and is pre­ pared to fix vonr shoes while you war. He can do a good job -tit, too. Hans Wanneb.ie arrived from Dulu on the Dixon Wednesday evening look after his farm. We noticed th Hans appeared extraordinarily happ}, and, on inquiring as 'o the eauee, i•arn«: .that it was a bright young ludy thsit .r rived at his home a short time ago. A. S. Carlson and Ludvijj Eliason of Hovland returned on the Dixon Sunday evening from Duluth accompanied by a Mr. Anderson wh. has a homestead near 'Chicago Bay. Mr. Eliason had on board cow, which he purchased in Duluth, so he and Mr. Anderson stopped off here in older to lead the cow home uver th trail next...

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. — 2 November 1895

Awarded Jfighest Honors—World's Pair* DR.<p></p>VHCET CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pare Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret irom Ammonia, Alurr. or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TMP STANDARD. A Tough Prelacy. A journey of nearly 700 miles through the bush was necessary for the new bishop of Mashonaland, South Africa, to reach the center of his dio­ cese. and he says: "It was a very rough journey, with scarcely any sleep and little food. On Sunday after­ noon. after many hours' travel in choking dust and heat, we rested for an hour at a wayside shanty of poles and mud. Prospectors were lounging around, and one man had put on a clean shirt, but all were hearty and glad to see the bishop. I expect that I was the only bishop in the world on that particular Sunday, sitting astride a plank cutting slices of 'biltung' with my pocket knife and washing them down with digger tea out of a billy, a sort of tin pot which prospectors carry about." Metal Wheels for Tour Wagons...

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. — 9 November 1895

•tv t-t N US AN STEBBINS was by all odds the best looking girl on Grassy Lick, with­ out being remark­ ably beautiful for beauty is not a no­ ticeable character­ istic of mountain women, old or young, and how she had ever come to marry Lem Skaggs was a wonder to me, for Lem was by all odds the homeliest man on the Lick, and homeliness is a characteristic of mountain men. I knew Lem quite well, and when I asked my question he blushed and grinned. "She was tuck by my good looks," he laughed. "Didn't you court her pretty hard?" "Did I?" and he drew a long breath as of relief at the thought of its being over. "Well, I should say I did. Why, I come mighty nigh mortgigin' the farm to git her things she didn't seem to^want when I give 'em to her." ^What did you give her?" "Everything, Colonel. It got so bad to'rds the last the folks at the store told me ef I'd lump my dealin's they reckoned they could let me have 'em at wholesale prices." "She couldn't stand your liberality, Lem. That's wh...

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. — 9 November 1895

THE COOK OQUNTY HEftALiD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP COOK COUNTY. OHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81 .00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. NOV. 9, 1895. Mark Twain's Debt Paying Tour. Ii} the heroio resolve to spin from |lis brain the money necessary to wipe put a great accumulation of debt Mark Twain has two notable examples." One was Sir Walter Scott, who, when an old man, undertook to pay and did ac­ tually pay to the last farthing a load of lebt under which the hearts of most men 80 years younger would have quailed. The strain killed him, how­ ever. The other example is that of brave Susan B. Anthony in our own country. When The Revolution, a suffrage paper established by herself, Parker Pillsbury and Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton failed, it was $16,000 behind. That pum Miss Anthony took on herself to pay. Thirty years ago $16,000 was as much as $80,000 would be now. There were not so many people in the country to go to lectures, and the facilities for getting about were m...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 November 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Col. Uolvill went to Duluth Tuesday. Commissioner Jackson went to Dnluth Tuesday. Mrs. Hans Gilbertebn went to Dnluth Tuesday. Barney MoCoy of Hovland was in town the firgt of the week. Chris. Johnson went to Duluth yes terdajon business. John Jacobson and son, Berot, of Hov­ land, returned from Duluth Sunday ev­ ening. Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson are rejoic­ ing over the arrival of a young son at their home Sunday night. Andrew Christianson and John Jafob son, jr., of Hovland, w^nt to Duluth on the Dixon yesterday morniDg. I Mrs. H. Helmerson and Mrs. C. Han son left on the Dixon Tuesday morning for a visit with frionds in Duluth. Elling Olson returned Sunday evening from Carlton Peak where he had been building a barn for Engelson Bros. Commissioners J&ckson of Hovland and Engelson of Carlton Peak were in attendance at the commissioners' meet­ ing Monday. John Johnson returned Wednesday evening from his trip to Sweden accom­ panied by his father who will make ...

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. — 9 November 1895

Fall Medicine Is fully as important and as beneficial -as Spring Medicine, for at this season 'there Is great danger to health in tho varying temperature, cold storms, ma­ larial germ?, prevalence of fevers and •other diseases. All these may be avoided if the blood is kept pure, the digestion .good, and bodily health vigorous by taking Hood 5. Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purifier. iHond's cure all liver ills, bilious. '11UUU O 1119 ness, headaches, 25c. They Are All Blondes. Every man, woman and child who •lives at Point San Pedro, in Marion •county, Cal., is a bleached blonde. Even the chickens, dogs, horses, cats, pigs and geese are a bright yellow. The whole place looks as if it were suffering from an attack of jaundice. This peculiar condition of affairs is due to the chemicals used in the pow­ der factory at that place. The com­ pany is engaged in the manufacture of a yellow smokeiesss powder that is •different from anything in the explo­ sive line ever put on the market be...

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 November 1895

igSfcV 4 y« •"ev -Iv. & V'HAJME IV. LIFE'S SUNNY SIDE. iSOME jests of the passing HOUR. ®rig ht Scintillations of Wit From the Pens of the Professional Fun Makers—Humorous Reading: for Vouug and Old. Some little time ago an elderly man •called at the shop of a Mr. Muirhead, a jeweler in Glasgow, and said that he had come for his watch, which bad "been left to be repaired. As Mr. Muir­ head had no remembrance at the mo­ ment of having done business with the man, he asked when he had left the article. "Oh," said the other, "I didna leave it in this shop, for ye were ower by in Nelson street when ye got it." "That must have been a long time ago," said Mi-. Muirhead, "for we left Nelson street in 1S78 that is seven­ teen years since." "But I left it wi' ye for a' that," said the man. He was asked for the name and number of the watch, which he de­ scribed, and cm opening the repository It was found safe and sound. Exactly twenty-two years had pass­ ed away since the man handed the wa...

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. — 16 November 1895

90PK CQYNTY HERALD OFFICIAL PA PEE 0» COOK.COUKTY ,GB3l£S. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms. £1 .00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. NOT. 1(3, 1895. Good Satnaritaniem is an unknown quality on the lakes. The golden rnle 4B evidently construed to read, "Do unto .others as they would do to you if they ,caught yon in a bad predicament." It is the evident rule of the waterways to •help an unfortunate out of -trouble and then held jit for all it hap left. To .the landsman the practice is question­ able, but .the seaman regards a vessel in distress his legitimate plunder. The ££bioD of the owners of the Penobscot in libeliog the Centurion is a notable exam­ ple. The (Jenturian was stranded on Isle Boyale, and Penebscot came to her rescue. After assisting in jettisoning a portion of Jier cargo, the Penobscot pulled her ofF. On the arrival of jthe XJenturian at Dulnth, she was libeled for #20,000, and later &n amended bjll was filed claiming the steamer. On l^nd the man who fin...

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. — 16 November 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. •Register Tucker returned Sunday ev­ ening from©uluth. Chris. Johnson returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. Mra. a. S. Durfee returned Sunday tQYpning from Duluth. John Sanson came down from Duluth Wednesday to spend the winter on,his .homestead. Mrs. John Matheeon returned Sunday ^evening from an extended visit with (friendsin Duluth. Peter .Boberg came down on the Dixon Wednesday evening from Duluth to look -after his homestead. John Jaeobson jr. returned feom Du­ luth Sunday evening accompanied by his taiefcer, Annie, who has been in Duluth for several months. Last Sunday evening J. E. Mayhew received word that his uncle, Henry, who is in St. Paul on business, was danger­ ously ill with pneumonia. Later,advices we are pleased to say, state tha4" he is re ,coveringr. We were pleased to recieve a call on Thursday afternoon from E. W. Foerster .and George Wartner. They had just ,eame in from their claims and reported several inches of snow in the woods northwest...

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. — 16 November 1895

It Will Pay To make some provision for your physi­ cal heal Lh at this season, because a cold =ough, an attack of pneumonia or ty­ phoid fever may now make you an in­ valid all winter. First of all be sure that your blood is pure, for health depends upon pure blood. A few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will be a paying investment now. It will give you pure, rich blood and invigorate your whole system. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. Hood's Pills are tasteless, mild, effeo. tive. All druggists. SSc. Superstitions of the Theater. An Italian actor told me some of the superstitions of the Italian stage re­ cently. Peacock feathers are unlucky, even if only painted on the theater's decorations, furniture, scenes, cur­ tains, etc. It is also unlucky to lay an umbrella on the prompter's table. A yellow clarinet also brings ill luck on a new opera. Never wear new shoes on the first night of a play, or if you do, put the right shoe on the left foot, and the left shoe on 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. — 23 November 1895

rte *C-« it Ife volume .1' rv. BRIBE OF A BARON,! A WOMAN WHO WAS BURIED IN A LOWLY GRAVE.- "Duchess" of Nutley Dead—Blacksmith Jacob Link Answered an Advertise­ ment and Found a Noble Woman for His' Helpmeet. N GRAVE No. 136, Cedar Vale, in the Cemetery of the Evergreens, Long Island, the body of Baron George Carl C. Heinrich von Hunerbein has been resting since 1870. The other day that of his wife, the baroness was buried in a secluded spot of a quiet cem­ etery near Nutley, N. J. She was only Mrs. Jacob Link, the wife of a quarry blacksmith, when she died, but during her seven years' residence in that vil­ lage she had come to be known as the "Duchess," because of the pride of sta­ tion that she could not forsake and the bearing of high birth that never for­ sook her during long years of poverty and the poorest surroundings. A "respectable widow" advertised in 1888 in a New York newspaper for a position as housekeeper. Jacob Link answered the advertisement and met the woman. He p...

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. — 23 November 1895

TriE COOK COT?NTr ftis iJERALD. OFRXCIAL PAPEI OF COOK.COUNTY. .GIJKIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, SI.00 a Year in Advance. oSK^HD MARAIS MINN. NOV. 23. 189-1 A NEW WAV TO PURIFY WATER. £2Iicmica2s Snid to Ko Superior to Either or Filtering. According to Di\ Dnpont, a physician of Paris, "writing in Les Annaks d'Hy 'g:eu9 Publiqno, a safe and ciiectivo -'-.jotliod of purifying water by chemical action has Leon diseoTC-rccl. Dr. Dnpont notes that hitherto tho methods of puri­ fying drinking water have been by 111 teMiicu and by tlio action of heat. Fil­ tration i? the oldest and least effective r:cti]od. Iv-cu filtration through porous porcelain, tho most effective substance own, cannot always be trusted, espe­ cially after the apparatus has been long in u?e. Dr. Dr.pout dees not assert that boiling fails to destroy noxious germs, but ho says that it often leaves in tbo vs-aici* oiganic matter that might be co health, and that boiling makes water less digestible by robbing...

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. — 23 November 1895

OP LOOAL INTEREST. Treasurer Johnson went to Duluth Taesdcy. John Robert returned "Wednesday ev­ ening from Duinth. John Morrison returned "Wednesday evening from a visit to Duluth. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Longbody Monday morning. Poter Oison earae down on the Dixon "Wednesday to make a visit to his home­ stead John and Emil Eliason, Ole Gnnder son and Sander Jentoft of Hovland went to Duluth on the Dixon Tuesday. Andrew, Hans and Chris Holte, Her­ man Helmerson and ye editor left on the Dixc-n Thursday evening for Duluth. Mrs. H. Helmerson and Mrs. Clans Hanson returned Wpdnesdry evening from a couple of weeks visit in Duluth. T)r. Mayhew returned Wednesday from a couple of weeks' visit in the Twin cities. He says his brother, Henry, is recovering rapidly from his attack of pneumonia. By recent dicisions from the commis­ sioner of the generel land office the state's selections of swamp lands in Cook county were made void in the cases cf HnryL. Sweet contestant for l...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 November 1895

Scarlet Fev Settled in the Back AN OPERATION WAS UNSUC CESSFULLY PERFORMED. taio I'atlent Was Finally Restored, Aft« Eighteen Years. From the Evening News, Newark, N. J, About eighteen years ago, when Mrs. Annie Dale, of S8 Bruce Street, was a bright, merry school girl, she was taken ill with scarlet fever. She recovered, but she was a very different girl from a physical stand­ point. She was cured of the scarlet fever out it left her with an affection of the back As sho grew older the pain seemed to in­ crease. Her sufferings were intensified by her household duties, but she never com­ plaint d. and with one hand pressed tightly to her back she did her work about her cozy home. "I was fourteen years old when I was at­ tacked with scarlet fever, and have now suffered with my back for eighteen years. '•Nigrln and day I suffered. It really fceenv-d as if I must succumb to the pain, fend th to make matters worse, my head &ched so badly that 1 could scarcely see, at times. Finally I...

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. — 30 November 1895

4 1' «, -v I V°LUME IY. PRANKS OP SCOTTISH FAIRIES. -t'he Highlanders Still Hol«l to Their Belief in the Kair Folic. There still lingers a widespread lis lief in the north of Scotland that the "fair folk," or "gweed ueebors," as the as the fairies are called, have a crav­ ing for human milk, and during the first days of convalescence a mother must be zealously guarded lest one or the "wee people" come and rob the child of its nourishment. Sometimes they succeed in carrying off a mother. Tradition tells of the wife of a farmer who was spirited tot the palace of the fairies in a large cave on a remote part of the Caithness coast. Notwith­ standing the kindness of the fair folk, the womau pined for her home, and offered as a ransom "the finest milk cow in her gweed man's byre she was permitted to return to the home­ stead. and the cow was led to the fairy hillock. It disappeared, but, later, re­ turned eel and weak. On occasions, too, the child is stolen, for have not the fairies one i...

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