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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 November 1895

FHB GOQK COYNTY 0ERALD. omciAj, PA?EF OP COOJCCQUNTV. 3H8JS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advanco. GRAND MARAIS MINN. NOV. 80, 1895, The President and the Czar can ex­ change condolence on the heir question. Lots of worse things, for the United ^States, might happen than a big Euro­ pean war. The Congressman without a financial scheme should lose no time in putting himself on exhibition. Chicago and St. Louis have beoome one cent towns, as far as their daily newspapers are concerned. The seventy-year old student at the IJpiyersity of Kansas evidently believes .that man lives only to learn. Corbett should get Dunraven to join his theatrical company. As a pair of .''quitters" they would be hard to beat. It is, perhaps, entirely fitting that newspaper hnmorists should have taken to writing patent medicine endorse­ ments. It seems that the counsel of the Sultan of Turkey have determined to put in a plea of insanity before the high court of nations. If the averag...

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. — 30 November 1895

OF LOCAL INTEREST. Gast Olson returned from "Duluth 'Sunday evening. Dan McMillan returned Sunday even­ ing from Duluth. Claus Hanson made a flying trip to .Duluth this week. Auditor Fisher returned from Duluth 'Wednesday evening. Wm. Howenstine returned from Du­ luth "Wednesday evening, T. B. Lewis of Chicago arrived hereon the Dixon Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.Hans Gilbertson returned Sunday evening from -Duluth. Ole Gunderson returned from Duluth Sunday evening to spend -the winterin Hovland. Treasurer Johnson returned Wednes­ day evening from a visit to Duluth and the Twin cities. Prof. Ostergren returned Wednesday evening from a week's visit with his family in Duluth. Mias Hedrick Freidlund left on the Dixon Thursday evening to spend the winter in Duluth. Hans, Chris, and Andrew Holte and Herman Helmerson returned from Du­ luth Wednesday evening. Andrew Hedstrum and and Andrew Larson left on the Dixon Thursday even­ ing to spend the winter in Duluth. Emil and John Elisson and S...

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. — 30 November 1895

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fatr, DIt CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. How to Use a Veil. See a Frenchwoman come Into a res­ taurant. No matter how tight her corsage is she raises first one hand and then the other, and by a few deft touches her veil is off. When she wants it on again, she gets it back in place in the same magi­ cal way. On the contrary, an Ameri­ can or an English woman, under the circumstances, has to drop all interest In the conversation in order to wrestle with her veil, and perhaps even has to have assistance before she accom­ plishes her purpose. To wear a veil rightly is an art, but no degree of art con render one of these bordered atrocities becoming, and women will continue to buy them because they are something new. "How do you like that?" asked a woman as a young girl entered the car wearing a black mottled looking veil with her sailor hat. "...

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. — 7 December 1895

•i A I I !t?f V°LUHE IV. SHE'LL NEVER KNOW. Ju OINSETTE was to be left alone for four weeks. Mrs. Poinsette had set­ tled on Cape May as a good thing for the el S would hie thither and leave Poinsette to do his best with­ out her. Poinsette did not care. He bravely told Mrs. P. she Heeded an outing. The ocean ozone and the salty breeze would do her good. So he encouraged Cape May and bid Mrs. P. go there by all means. It was decided by the Poinsettes dis­ cussing Cape May to have Poinsette room down town while Mrs. P. was thus Cape Maying. The Poinsette house in the usburbs might better be locked up during Mrs. P.'s absence from the city. It would be more economical indeed it was not esteemed safe to leave the Poinsette lares and penates to the unwatched ministrations of the Congo who per­ formed in the Poinsette kitchen. It would be wiser to dismiss the servant, bolt and bar the house, obtain Poin­ sette apartments, and let hfm browse for food among the bounteous restau­ rants of t...

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 December 1895

"5. ^ss=iiS8E»2 3D$$ COOS GpUNTY HERALD. awioiAi PAPBI QV CQ9J fyvvjyr. .CHILIS. JIUEPHY, Editor and -Proprietor. Xern^s, SI.00 a Year in ^dvanco. GRAND MARAIS MINN. DEC.. 7. 1895. HepveseutiuK AW Voters. -Citizens whose hearts are sore because j&heir candidates were not elected and .'^because they have 110 representation at ^11 in the state legislature ghouId study into the system of proportional repre­ sentation which has *been adopted in Switzerland and which works to the satisfaction of all political parties. If in state half the citizens were Demo crats, a third Republicans and the rest, say, Populists, tinder the system of pro portionfil representation exactly that ra poof representatives would be elected A large minority of citi^etis would no iiave to sit submissive and voiceles while the other party with only a smal fraction more votes legislated for then, and passed exactly the measures mos: abliorrecuj: to them. It i§ true that in a Republipan gov arnnjent the majority...

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 December 1895

rigasgE OF LOOAIj INTEREST. T.B. /Lewis weat up on the Barker yesterday. A daughter was hora to Mr. and Mrs. John Drqnlliird lastweek. Ole J. Olson returned from Carlson Peak Wednesday evening. Landlord Fullerton returned on the Barker Wednesday evening. One of Hans Gilbertpon's childrenvhas been dangerously .ill with measles,the past woek. Jolin F. Hownstipe came down on the Barker Wednesday evening to spepd a ^couple of months.in Grand Marais. Ed. Benson eame down on the Backer Wednesday evening from Duluth. to spend the winter here with his fuqpily. Wm. Bassett left on the Barker yester­ day morning for Duluth after a couple of weeks' sojourn in Grand Marais and vicinity. •^he deputy collector of custotns at -GunflinV passed through town with his family on the Barker Thursday night on their way to their winter quarters at St. Paul. The Booth steamer, S. B. Barker, arrived here Wednesuay evening as ex­ pected .with a cargo of fright and a few passengers. After unloading what freig...

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 December 1895

Your Happiness Depends upon a healthy body and a contented mind. Your Health Is seriously in danger unless your blood is rich, red and pure. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier Prominently in the Public Eye. cure all liver ills, bilious- riOOCl S IllS ness, headaches. 25o. Lack of Time. "Too late." Her eyes were sad and ever sadder grew. "Too late," she sighed. He was going to say good night, had she not reminded him that it was too late. There was not time. It was now 11:55 o'clock and the milkman always called promptly at 4. —Detroit Tribune. Unnecessarily Gloomy. "I cannot deceive you," he protested. "Darling," she murmurmered. And so they were married. After that he found he had taken an unnecessarily gloomy view of the sit­ uation. He found as a matter of fact be could deceive her with a clove and the old lodge story. Hadn't Time. Lady (to impecunious workman she is employing for sweet charity's sake) —I hope you will come early to-mor­ row and finish this job pr...

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 December 1895

VOLUME IV. WHO RULES RUSSIA? THE DOWAGER EMPRESS IS BEHIND THE THRONE. itranjfe Stories About the Action of the Xoong Emperor—Why is the Corona­ tion Being Fat Off so Long—People are Angry. 9 /olio wing to weeks ago I TRANGE stories a re go in rounds of European ipapers regarding the imperial family of Russia. A well informed writer, the St. Petersburg correspondent of the "Munchener Allgemeine Zei tung," sends the his paper: "A few wrote in this col­ umn that more than ever the direction of all state affairs lies in the hands of the Empress Maria Fedorouna. We might have added, 'and the Finance Minister Witte.' This latter fact from a modern point of view, cannot be looked upon as a disadvantage for Rus ,®ia, as Witte is a clever, determined, strong-willed man, who will go to any limits if necessary. Such a man, who is at the same time able to execute his political plans, who does not go half way or give up, has long been wanting •in Russia. But the striking retirement of the Czar ...

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 December 1895

£3$ 999^ #H$IB. MURPHY.E&itar and Proprietor, 7,eras. #1.00 a Year in Adyftpcp. /S»r GRAND A!A,R^ ^INN. DEC. 14..1895. A north eUojre flshertnaq gives a prac illustration of how protection #$!cLs those engagedin the fisbing in ^di-StTy in the United States, ^gtupg jtaokle and other tpaipnal used by fish jWlien oan be parohased jop the Cftnadi jan pide for#) per cent (o* what it costs on ArQeriq^in sids Of course the American fishe^a^ is debarred from inking a^rat\tage pf this by the du,ty he tau%t pay to get it apcrosa the line. The Jaw. however, permits AmejicajiB fish ipg in foreign waters .to ship their fish free of duty, is plain to be seen tha,t only those who are able to engage tjie .business on a large scale can get Jthe bejaefit of jbhis provision of the law, for instance the Booth Faoking coip. piny, way engage in thefishipg indus­ try on the Canadian side, with all the £dvantages of cheap tackle etc, and with Jree trade prjpes that the J$ooth com­ pany is enabled to ma...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1895

"i.N"— 1 .— W. I.J-UJ OF LOCAL INTEREST. Frat&ipfawler camenlown froral/ateejn ''Wednesday. Tlie infjaftt ehiId »f .and Jlrs. A. if ?3coit is dan/serousl y«ek. The A. Booth sompany hnsparcliaBed •the forty feet of doak property adjoining •their present property and east of it, in Duluth. Tbev will itnprQVe it ,in the near future. Col. Colvill came down on the Barker Thursday evening to speed the winter in Grand -^larais. He brougtit,wjtb him all his hpiist h.old goods which indicates ^that he .intends to stay with as for a •while. We hope, lie will decideito make iiis permanent residence, here. A mind ..reader, having demonstrated to a parjtj of ladies and gentlemen his ability to read a newspaper through two thicknesses of a horse blanket, one of tte girls left the room with the remark: "I ain't going to 6tay here any longer with this calico dress on."—Ex. Contracts for ten steelN boats for the Minnesota Iron company and John D. Rockefeller has just been closed. The Chicago Shi...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1895

COMPENSATION. Th* spreading hills with gentle slope Lie broadly to the rising sun. 'Whose cheering beams of early hope Caress them softly, one by one, "While in the hollows, gray and low. Thick uiists and shadows heavy lie, .For all the morning's ruddy glow Ilas coldly passed the valleys by. So. hill-tops laugh, while valleys wo. Away the hours of early days, "With sunshine resting on the steep, And darkness shrouding lowly ways, Till evening hastes and shadows sleep On every eastward hill, Then down the slopes the sunbeams creep, And raptured vales with gladness thrill. To lonely lives, which sadly missed The early sun's inspiring beams, To valleys morning shadows kissed, But wakened not from laggard dreams— To these at eve shall come a glow Of sunshine o'er the happy plain A sweeter joy than morning's know— The touch of gladness after pain. —Harper's Bazar. S EXCITING TIMES OX days out we anchored at the mouth of the Coanza river. As soon as we were well moored the long boat was l...

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 December 1895

1 VOLUME IV. A RED-CROSS KNIGHV. [The crimson glow of sunlight falls (Along the monumental walls. tiWhere .still in faded pomp are read .The names and virtues of the dead. liSTet from yon effigy of knight The graven name has vanished quite No word remains but stories tell .That he who sleeps fought true and well In kindness swift, in vengeance slow— [A. constant friend, a courteous foe (Who partly fought for love of fight, But chiefly for the love of right. To Holy Land he i*ode away Seek thou a holy land today. iWith sword and battleax he strove Seek thou the armory of love. He won on earth a poor renown iWin thou on earth Love's fadeless Jjrown. A MIDNIGHT ELOPEMENT. THE close of 1811, in the es­ tate of Nenara dovo, lived Gav­ rilo Gavriloviifch, a Russian propri­ etor. is un­ bounded hospital­ ity and frankness an among the neigh­ boring proprie­ tors. While many would visit him to partake of liis hospitality or to play a game of cards with his wife, Paraskovia Petrovna, and ami...

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. — 21 December 1895

hy &. Ks^ jSCHK OOOK COUNTY J3ERALD. PMARAL PAPJCI OP COQXCOUNTY. .CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and. proprietor. Tumi. 81.00 a Year in Advance. flRAND MARAIS MINN. DEC. 21»1895. I/ittle Other People Know. If any author is popularly believed .feave been uniformly prosperous act snqcessfnl, that man was Robert Loui VSteYenson. For a number of years before ..his death he was one of the best pair .writers living. Facts that are leaking on since his death, however, show that he a' least oonsidered himself anything biv prosperous. He seems to have bee weighed down with a sense of povert during his whole literary career. It '.been found out that when he first . ,ited America he came in a ship secoth cabin and took lodging in a commui '^i. Joys' boarding house near one of th( kxSks in New Yoxk city. The hou^c where he stopped was of the humble-l .description, such as immigrants live ir for a few days, on their arrival here. .While making this his headquarters he .visited the office of The Cent...

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 December 1895

OP kOOAJL INTEREST. 0. J.. Johnson and Gust Peterson left •over the trail VVedneeday morning for Duluth. The infant chiljqt oF Mr. and Mrs. A: J. ••Scott died Tuesday morning and was buried Wednesday afternoon. John, and William Howenstine re­ turned Wednesday evening from a trip to Gunflint. John left this.morniug for his home in Itasca, Wis. The lighthouse board has issued notice that on Bee. 14 a fixed white lantern light will be established on the outer end of the breakwater at the easterly Bide of the entrance to Two Harbors, "westerly part -of Lake Superior. The focal plane of the light will be thirty .feet above the :mean lake level and the lantern will be suspended from a brown iron post erected on the end of the break­ water. The Booth steamer S. B. Barker went to Grand Marais yesterday with a full cargo of freight and passengers. Upon her rnturn today or early tomorrow she will commence taking out several car­ goes of south shore camp supplies to various points and will pr...

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 December 1895

ME SOFT BLACK EYES HAT a trivial thing wii1 color the whole of a man's life! How small an incident, compared to the large future he has mapped out for himself, may make or mar it! I learned all this, and more, onei sul­ try May day in Mexico, five years ago. I had been sent to Mexico, as chief of surveying corps, to establish the Joundaries of the Santa Antia grant, vhich lay along the Rio Clara just out­ side the city of Chihauhua. It was a responsible position for a young man ind I held my head high. It was the day of La Fiesta de Guada­ lupe. The saint himself had been dead, 1 understood, several hundred years, but in Mexico that doesn't make any Jifference the longer folks are dead ihere, the more they seem to be thought )f, and the bigger a birthday party they aave. Almost every other week con­ tains the "feast day" of some dead saint ir saintess, and trade and commerce ire suspended to do the occasion jus­ tice. The natives of Mexico are the most perennially pious people on ea...

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 December 1895

4 ,? ':f OF PAPEfi. a INTEftESTCNG PROCESSES AS WIT NESSED BY A VISITOR. «"**•_ An Kvery-Day Article of Use—Evo ,T lntion of a Sheet o( Paper Prom a 'Soiled lias—Use of Wood Pulp. 4 ^The methods employed in the manu facture of articles in such common use ..AS paper are very apt to be overlooked fry the majority of people or accepted without question as an unexplained {process whereby an indispensable a r tide is made Snd placed upon the mar­ ket. The manufacture of paper is one of the -most important industries in the United States, and the method fol­ lowed is one of interest. It was a most prosaic and unro- OiLi The First Dnsting. mantle region of worn-out, discarded iRtyff into which I stepped on my first *v. f' I. ttip, wheii t"he' "rag "room" was thrown1 open for inspection, cluttered with all «ort*s of material—waste from mills |f/.. and factories, with everything that 'had been swept up with it, pieces of 'V bobbins and quilts, iron, wood and If rubbish hi general in the most...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 28 December 1895

S' 5 t & I I I 'l|li"l)jill lllll lj 'IIIILf 9QQX qpjgNTy ^H^LR, jOpryqufrPj&SB.QT CH«E Coujngr, *qj^.*pi$p.p&l Edit^^nd ^optfet^. 1 •-...- ... 1 $KHP.^^»Xe4*in M*»«fC- «JMJ»D:aM$4tf .MIN|r. HEC. ?8. ^95 JW'.'..)1LU... The JHatton'a -Responce. H*wdeeply jnjgraioed&a the American ^ec$le 4b Jkfee national sentiment ex creased ,411 ,wbat is usually vi&ere tca^ed r$Tthe trapi the senate when the bill .comee .before .the body. Considering the importanqe of the measure as involyinj? the possibilities of a war with Great Britain it may be expected that this speedy action n$U call forth a good .deal /f crit^oisni. Bit the promptitude and nnanipity of the reepgq#e is deeply jBinguifloant of the national feeling. It is o^e of the emergencies where hista tion^di^ion, debate shave no place in the properties of the occasion. The presi­ dent lx«s announced the law o# this Re­ public to the nations of the earth. It is £he patriotic duty of the Ajperiqan people dto .stand by him...

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 December 1895

OF LOCAL* IMTEJEB8T. Coffee Makosow ofGrand .Portage is fdKDfireKwsly ill. G. J. Johnson anil Gust j?et©rson i« turned yesterday afternoon from their trip^toODuluth. A special election has been called in Bt. Louis county to .vote on the issuance of bonds tor road improvement purposes. John Babb arrived here Wednesday •evening from Dulutb to spend a few weeks with his another, Mrs. C. S. Dur fee. The -smallest oiookin the world, with a dial less than third of inch in diameterand a driving weight suspended from a-single human hair, has been ex* hibited by a jeweller in Gottingen. Nothing has yet been heard of old man Matttson, the fisherman, who drifted away in his boat one cold and dark night •evereal weeks ago. He undoubtedly perished.—Two Harbors Iron News. Moses Madwayosh has been appointed postmaster of Grand Portage to Bucceed Ii. E. Montferrand who resigned some, time ago. Mr. Madwayosh, who is gov •ernmerit school teacher at Grand Port­ age, is thoroughly capable and 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. — 28 December 1895

MOTHERHOOD. One morning fair, my bab/ Climbedup into my bed, .And down upon my shoulder She laid her little head. €he had her precious dolly Clasped in a close embrace She told me how she loved it, She kissed its battered fact I asked if 'she couldn't, For only one short day, •Give me her precious dolly To take with me away. fihe slipped her arm around me, And tears came to her eye. £he battled with them bravely. And sweetly said, "I'll try! "•'But, mamma, while dolly Is gone away from me, Is there some other dolly Whose mamma I can be?'* I wondered if as bravely My sorrow I could bear If asked to give my darling Back to my Father's care. —Midland Monthly. SUB ROSA. The Hon. Mrs. Maltravers. Fraser, tier gardener, ancient, autocratic and well meaning. Scene, a conservatory. Mrs. Maltravers—It is very singular, Fraser, that we shouldn't have a sin­ gle camellia. Now, Sir Francis* houses —I saw them only the other day «re full of them. Fraser—There's a wulgarity mum, •about camellias ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 January 1896

I •f- VOLUME IV. "Let me tell you about a wedding 1 saw once," remarked "the man who had been out West," as the experi­ ence meeting of the "Have Another" Club was called to order. The "Unique Liar" straightened himself up and the "Man-who-tells-fish-stories" yawned Visibly. "This I might say," continued the speaker, "is a tale about a wedding that had variations. Indeed, the vari­ ations are the best part of the story. It is an anecdote that mingles hu­ mor with pathos, and prison cells with prayer. But on the whole it's a good story." There was a pause for a moment until an attempted jibe of the low comedian's had been sup­ pressed and then the Westerner re­ sumed: "I was working at the time for a big furniture firm in Colorado Springs and I traveled all over the state tak­ ing orders. When we sold a bill of goods on credit it was our rule to take a chattel mortgage against the purchaser's property to secure our­ selves. In case of non-payment the mortgage entitled us to sell the ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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