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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 February 1896

COOK llf it iiIft •sc ,s A, P\ Vth 4 COUNTY HERALD. OMARIA PAMJ COOK COUKTT. .....-I. CHRIS. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. fee STerms. 1.00 a.STearln, Advance. •BAI?D MARAIS IJJNN. ^P. J»S18W, ^liaa GmceBeiiedtlou 8tuavt.ieria.pa ftx before the PreM Jeagua jftpngrem «t Antwerp in'1894. ^It'.tvas coplqd infn£U jjlnto the official report of the congress. /The HUbjoct vrswj rtEngii^i Women la Jour­ nalism." Miss Stuart's account of how the .vtomaii Jajitnallst oajue to be and what she is ofc tlie present .ttime in Eng­ land is full of interest for. women on this side of the Atlantic. Miss Stuagt says that, among the Widely differing okuses tc. which tho newspaper woman in the United Kingdom owes her existence, the flnatvmi depression ot 25 years ago, which, to a great extent, closed the one legitimate profession open to women—via, private teaching—is chiefly responsible. Women found themselves in possession of stock in trade of knowledge, unsala­ ble in the old markets. But the necess...

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. — 29 February 1896

-Y,iV \-4 w. -A it OF LOCAL INTEREST. A. J. Soott is very ill with throat trouble. Emil Eliason and Barney ,MoCoy of Hovlapd^. were .. .visitors in t$wn this week. Treasurer Johnson morniog 5 for a couple of weeks1 visit with hfa parents at Manistee, Mieh. Ed. Benson left for Duluth Thursday to resume work in the flour mills, which are to start up next week. Deputy Sheriff Fullerton returned Tuseday from Fergus Falls,. where he took E. G. Soderberj?. He says that the attendants at the insane asylum inform ed him that Ban McMillan, who was sent up from here a short time ago, can live but a few months. ,fie has become a complete imbecile. Sure to Build. The Journal ventures the prediction, based upon what is represented to be the British tenaoity of purpose in hang­ ing to all the. gold fields it can grasp, that the present Canadian parliament now in session at Ottawa will provide ways and means for the construction of the Port Arthur, Duluth •& Western Bailway from its present te...

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. — 29 February 1896

Baffled, but bravely, like a' stag at bay, She faced the?, driving gale aud angry VJCJnder andwlth' helm n"1-'* a-lee, Cove to, upon the starboard tack, she lay. And looked into the. wind's wild eye that day, Over the great green rolling billows she Stode the storm bird, and did seem to A mist-born phantom rising from the s^ray. Her tightened weather shrouds rang like a lyre, Swept by the furious storm kiiig as he passed J£.' Wild ocean wraiths wailed in the thun­ dering choir, A thousand demons shrieked in every blast Yet, better far to battle with the gale Than drift o'er glassy seas with listless sail. —From the Wave. PAL IN PETT CJAT. By HanTvell Briggs. Jasper Mowlen was a hard case, yet he had several admirers among the fair sex, who, evidently, had been •won by his good looks and easy man­ ners. He loved two of them, not •wisely, but so well that, without in­ forming his first wife, he became en­ thusiastically bound to the second. The -first-one, on learning of his sec­ ond ...

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 March 1896

%*£& Si®/ -*V fr* VnLUME IV. CASE OF BE. HUGER. ANY years ago I was detailed on a case which, after many strange and unexpected devel­ opments, resulted, as I have always believed, in cutting short the career of a man who had combined murder and mystery into a fine art. Fortunately he had practiced this art only a short time, but evidence was discovered which showed that whenever he had set about accomplishing a purpose no human life was allowed to stand in his way. "Arthur Hodgson was a retired mer­ chant, well along in years, with a good eized fortune and a young and charm­ ing wife, whom he suspected of trying to get rid of him. He was in poor wealth. His attending physician wa3 fr. Louis Huger. The latter had been in the city less than a year, but was jreputed a very learned man in his pro­ fession and had-already established a arge practice. Hodgson had met him first while traveling in Europe. The doctor had known Mrs. Hodgson before Ixer marriage, and she had unbounded ait...

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 March 1896

|gp 8*% & V- •f'' 'U THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ?-QFJ»ICIAI. PAPKI OF COOK COON^. S$I8. MtJRPHY Editor^and Eropriejft*. I«ra*. SI ,00 a Yearip Advance. a M-AR^I8 MINN. M^PH 7»1896. fl|[ f, J!* tJoaae seven yeays ago ike (Wraan-©^ 4fcion quietly Bicjpilifled its spoiling by JthQ JsnqcJiing out of various superfluous 3ett$rs. 3Por 80 years a number of Amer icon enthusiasts have been trying to do /something of the some kind for the Eng v~ lish language. Before that Webster in ,'. itated .the move, which .has finally «nc ,oeede$ here, *o.drop the "n" that is still 'retained by.th.a English in gueh,wordfiras '"favour#" labour "and "^qnour." "Webster also made several other admira­ ble changes ik the direction .• Qf .shorten­ ing and simplifying words, changes which, although generally Adopted in America, ^stillrepjidiated-with sco?u ,iy the British. The changes ,om^mplai«d by another school -of reformers of the English lan­ guage, in addition to simplifications like 'spelling words. beg...

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 March 1896

L,OOALJ INTEREST. ^E^gar Wilson ("Bill") Nye, the famous I American, humorest died at his home in nJSTorfchdarolina on the 22nd ult. The work of getting out the timber for «the bridge agross Devil's Traok rivf»r,,on the lake shore, waB completed today Weareinreceipvof a copy of the Moose Lake Star, a bright and newsy paper re .^.oentJy started at Moose Lake, Carlton county, by iGraham &. Anderson. .Mrs. Wishtash Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Frank Pero, died at Grand Portage last Sunday morning. Frank Pero left Wednesday morning for Grand Portage to join his family who have been there for 'a pouple of weeks. Col. Colvill moved down »n to his homestead Wednesday to remain there the -balance of the winter. QjQe in­ tends to make extensive improvements on his plaoe this winter in the way of building out-buildings and clearing land. A company has been recently incorpo­ rated at .Rhinelafider, Wis., for the pur­ pose of buying.and selling timber in this coun'y. The company starts out with...

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 March 1896

-THE CRUEL MONARCH. 0%A /r t^tHE SULTAN OF TURKEY* ''/tN'D THE CRIMES HE COMMITS, I® ikv ^•'..'•iTothlng Iilke Tills mplr Anywhere'' Else on Earth—The Si an Who Daily ^VJ1: Orders Wholesale Murders ot Mis Subjects. A WEAK and 'vacil ating man, sink­ ing down under a burden of political complexities which he is unable to master, is Abdul Hamid n. The Sultan of Turkey has sought to evade responsibili­ ties for the Ar­ menian massacres by dismissing the }rand Vizier. But everybody who knows anything about the Ottoman Empire is aware that the principal duty of the Grand Vizier,' besides affix­ ing his seal to every dish that goes up to the Sultan's dining table, is to stand ready for dismissal at. any and all times. He is put up to be knocked down. At the same time that the Grand Vizier was dismissed for allowing Ar­ menian massacres to take, place, those who committed the massacres were re-, warded by the Sultan. This double •event exactly illustrates the policy of ft "the Sultan, who ...

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 March 1896

-f ®v We were out at the shearing corrals •of tlie Acorn outfit in one of the most "beautiful divides of the Yintah moun­ tains that skirt the western side of Wyoming. It was late in the after­ noon of a June day, and the Mexicans •who stood in the long line of corrals had finished the shearing for the day, -and were busy grinding their shears for the early start next moriiing. In one of the small pens wlrich di­ vide the corrals into compartments «tood one of the younger shearer^ In that soft Mexican voice of his he was telling his companion across the low fence that separated them that he had made .a score of ninety-eight tsheep for the day. His companion, who was* his elder by many years, smiled. "You seem to be working very hard, Jose/ 'he said. "I have noticed leave the corrals at night. Perhaps Vp.'" senorita has something to do with -K' it. You will see the priest when you .go back home, Jose?" and the Me'xican smiled at the prospect of soon return­ ing, as it was getting lat...

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 March 1896

txmmMki f.5» #5' -tM Mp ?Y.' 'l. S It -JM ill p]^ ?H8 OOQK COUNTY HERALD. N ".'.M^'^'it 1 Ifft OivicxiA PAPII OF COOK COUNTY. IWMGM if„ *?, yl 14 CHJH8.MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor.'"J T#rm« ,S1.Q0» Year in Advance. 8W. (WAND MARAIS ItlNN. MAR^H 14,1896,. National Finances. 1 Br. Shaw of The Review of Reviews considers it most trnfortunate thai the deficiency of Rational revenues occurred at a time when the conditions of the commerce bf the xuntrjr required the Ebipment abroad of large quantities of jgold. TBJs-waa a matter which should 'only hava coiiceraed the exporters and importers engaged in the foreign trade, ^nd "poor Mr. Carlisle1'and the United States government should have had no jconnection with it que way or the other. 'International balances are always set­ tled ip gold, says The Review, and thore is no reason why gold should not go where it is wanted .any more than iron or breadstufls. But says the writer: It so happens that it has long been the policy of the Un-ited ...

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 March 1896

*€EE OF LOOAL INTEREST. John P. Taylor came dewn from lateen :1S- mmsm Thursday. ^%»xFrank Pero and family returned from Grand Portage Tuesday. rJohn Matheson and John Erickson s5 will leave for, Dulnth next Monday to remain there till navigation opens. Harry Mee, the well known Da luth land attorney, was found dead sin his bed on Wednesday morning rif last week. His death is supposed to havo been caused by apoplexy to whioh he was snbjict. Mr. Mee felt Very JBen McClond, a half-bre^d trapper, had a shot gun, loaded with No. 3 shot, explode iu his hnnds about ten weeks ago while in the, woods up near Gunflint lake, and wits seriously injured. His shoulder blade is badly smashed up and pieces of bone are coming out coniinual ly. He ca*ne to town for medical assis­ tance, arriving Monday, and was'five weeks on the road. He is in bad shape ind it will be long time befere he is recovered.—Ely Times. The home of William Elquist on Maple hill was completely destroyed by fire last Wednesda...

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. — 14 March 1896

YOUNG 'the Secret of Being Popular—IiOckcil Up by Woodpeckers—Talking Does —The Enchanted Pumpkin—How to Tell the Key. f" HwV Gwendoline Writes that she wishes if to know the secret of being popular. "I'd like to be a popular girl," she |'cays, "a girl beloved by everybody." This is a natural wish, and in itself |f^ not wrong. There is a temptation to wrong in it if the desire be carried so ,far that, in order to become popular, the girl sacrifices valuable qualities of •character, as, for instance, independ -enco of judgment and sincerity. But there is no need of this.. The 4jirl who chooses to be popular needs first to be unselfish. She must not consider her own ends first nor chief ly. The atmosphere enfolding her must be that of love and kindness. You know how some girls always try to have the best things, the best places, the pleasant things, while they do not try to pass the good things along to others. These are not popu­ lar girls. Nobody can be fond of a selfish person. Aga...

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 March 1896

nfc's $P: Mb sfe I wm if"' *1,* W «V^ #.£«. 5 **, fw ji A'V'Tl'4 *£.N VOLUME IV. (SCIENTIFIC MATTER^. I'SEPlli INFr-UMATION CONCERNING TJIsiSFUL ARTS. Traces of Water on the Moon—The Origin of the feehnelcert Projector .—Electricity an«l the Mails—Gyro g-raph or Artistic Top. The specially favorable atmospheric •conditions frequently prevailing at Arequipa have enabled a French as­ tronomer to make numerous observa­ tions of great interest on the subject of the present of water in the moon Besides the known ravines, thirty-five narrower ones have been catalogued, which, from their resemblance to ter .restial water courses, are regarded as the beds of rivers. They are always larger at one extremity than the oth er, and the widest end always termi­ nates in an enlargement, having the form of an estuary. These forma­ tions, for the most part, are only a few miles long, and some hundreds of feet wide in the most open parts. The largest, and consequently the best ob­ served, of these riv...

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 March 1896

THIS Pi OFFICIAL PAPE* OF COOK COUNT*. CH8J8. MUKPHY, Editor and Proprietor, Terms. 11.00 a Yew lot Advance. 4 1 TN»#R CRA.ND MARAI8 MINN. MARCH 21,1896. .,r fSoliooi LeetuMi. Win pleaaantest and by no means least •profitable w&y to get instruction is by aneans of lectures. iScliooi authorities are fceginni»g to fiod that or# more and more and -to arrange in the. courses of public instruction 'for occasional talks on variotig scientific, historical and oth­ er subjects. New York city perhaps ftuasiphes the most shining example thus ^ar of the «nccess of public school lectures. The fiuperintWdeiit pf the course jir. Henry Jtf. Leipzig, wab grows more en thusuuetie' t&is subject the more he knows about it. His report shows that last year 560 lectures altogether were given. They were attended by no less than 224,118 persons. The course began 'in November and extended over 18 weeks, ending in March. It Was a sight with a touch of pathos in itjtfitriaSs the audiences at the lec-_...

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 March 1896

OF LOCAL INTEREST.^. flans -Habt^is building a house Ins homestea^on, Terrace Mil. Quite asbower of iwn~tiie first of the season— le)l this morning. Matt Johnson foreman of HER­ ald* is spading a week with Ma parents, on Terrae^ill. John Mstheson left for Duluth last Monday, ..fie will remain there tin til the opening of navigation. John Balpb left for Duluth Wednesday morning after a couple of months' visit with his mother, Mrs. CL S. Durfee. County Commissioner Jackson, John Eliason, Beret Jacobson and Ole Gun^ hereon came up from Hovland yesterday lo spend a few days with friends in town. C. A. Hofcanaon, of Lutsen, was in town the first of the week. He. came -down after a supply of dynamite and other material preparatory to beginning mining operations in the Rice Lake re­ gion. Die Olson, who will assist in the operations, accompanied him on his re­ turn. Hovland Election. Tlie township election held in Hovland recently passed off quietly, there being ®o opposition for any of th...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 March 1896

:m SKfc B-: M' W fe §&<•- wM it If: J/ |v h' III: ft t" /e •/& if fV *& sr^lCTf ^Tr^^r AMOITO THE LEAVES. -.^'l-i^'':5^ ||?t| "The near sky, the under sky, .dM} The low sky that I love! i^ jir I lie where fallen leaves lie, 'Vnk With a leafy sky above And draw the colored leaves nigh,'" And push the withered leaves by, i' And feel the woodland heart upou me brooding like a dove. '•••••_, The bright sky, the shifting sky, ,.-» The sky that autumn weaves, I see where scarlet leaves fly, The sky the wind bereaves I see the lingering leaves die, .I hear the dying leaves sigh, And breathe the woodland breath made sweet by all her withered leaves. —Youth's Companion. THE FINDING OF A HEART. It was not the sort of a day one would look for in New England the last week in December. The ther­ mometer stood at 52 degrees and the sun fell warmly on the bare, wet earth, drawing up little breaths of vapor on the sunny slopes. There was look of weariness on the face of nature, as if...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 March 1896

4»\ T.jtM AWlOJfG' THG LEAVESl*^ i"4 •. "The near sky,, the under sky, The low:sky that I love: -I lie where fallen leaves lie,' 7^'f 1 i! is.• ~r With a leafy sky above .And draw the colored leaves nigh', •«. And push the withered leaves by, And feel the woodland heart upok j" me brooding like a dove. The bright sky, the shifting sky, The sky that autumn weaves, I see where scarlet leaves fly, The sky the wind bereaves I see the lingering leaves die, I hear the dying leaves sigh, And breathe the woodland breath made sweet by all her withei'ed leaves. —Youth's Companion. THE FINDING OF A HEART. It was not the sort of a day one would look for in New England the last week in December. The ther­ mometer stood at 52 degrees and the sun fell warmly on the bare, wet ^arth, drawing up little breaths of vapor on the sunny slopes. There was a. look of weariness on the face of nature, as if the quiet -were the coma of exhaustion. It certainly was a re­ action for twenty-four hours the rain ha...

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 March 1896

W Mr IV VOLUME IYri^Cr-?! THE TJKAME HE first time I saw him peering at me from the shrubbery I was frightened and ran away, but it was not because ithere was anything jfierce or awesome ...about his bearded .face. I was nat urally a timid boy, v3% but I was startled to see a stronger on the grounds, about our home, for at each:"gate father had posted a sign milked "Private," and we lived there at Edge water by the sea with an exckisiveness that had made me shy of all strangers. "..$When I told father what I had seen h^frowned, declaring that it must be some tramp who had ventured inside the grounds, and I know he instructed the gardener to look out for the man. For a day or two I was continually on the watch for the unknown, and then, seeing nothing more of him, my fear wore off. Among my father's boats was a flat-" bottomed punt that lay on the shore at high-water mark. I had often been cautioned about playing around the^wa­ ter, but one day I ventured to launch the punt and paddl...

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 March 1896

1 W: THE COOK COUNTY HERALD^' Womcui]PAP«I 2|jfhismM,Terms, 8F Qoqx COTJKTT.'^ CHfilB. MUEPHY, Editor and Proprietor. 91.00a nUr in Advance.1 ?/M ximssss& «BA»P MARAIS MINN. MARCH 2S. 1896. -Fag .Bod Foolishness. 1 Br. Max Nordau, a learned Germai. the Jewish raco, delivered himself ^«oiae time ago of a salty BOi'eed against ^.the universal degeneracy of mankind •Vgat the close of the nineteenth century. -Morality, religion and intellect were .afflicted with a poisonous mildew .pre­ vious to dropping to pieces through .decay. In every aspect in which you .could view him the fag end of the .century man was a bad lot, ^uoth Dr. Nordau. Immediately on the pub lication of-his bilious ebullition -Nor-1 ,dan was attacked by critics on all sides. They argued away the slimy green and yellow fiction of the time and stood up for the march of progress all Along the line. Now Dr. Max comes 'back at his critics one and all and de­ clares more vigorously than ever that: -'.the human race is t...

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 March 1896

-pf Slit Ifiir .rmt iHarney JllcCoy w^s iti towo aeoaple of ,3ay« thi« Road ComipisBionor Braun ia suffering •A-s from a Jame b^qk this week:^ ^^^FaoQbBoi}, .and John .EltasoQ left for wj'jrhome Sunday morning. Mr. Gunderoon .jemained bere till Mpotjuy. vvJ 'Vi^^ How is this for a natioual ticket: r^vrvw.^. For President, Mayor .Pingree, of De« ii- 1 troit for vioe president, Farmer Hines, of North Dakota. Platform: Do some­ thing. The Range believes this would be a winning oombioation.—Biwabik Range Olaua Jacobson and Louis Eliingson "arrived herefrom Daluth Tuesday even­ ing bound for Eovland. JLouis, who occupies the position of fish packer on the Dixon, brought tne report that the Dixon will arrive here on the 15th of April if the condition of the lake will 'permit. The work of fitting her up began last Monday. The district court judges have made a ruling in regard to applications for seqond papers. Applicants must pre­ sent themselves in court at 9:80 a. m. or 2:30 p. m. instea...

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 March 1896

mm Awarded .-Highest Honors—World's Pair. MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free •from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,' 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. 1 Road Improvement. ., Under th£ road law passed by the late Connecticut legislature eighty towns" have applied to the state highway •commission for the authorized aid'. The state pays one-third of the cost, •the county one-third and the town one third. The appropriation is not equal to the demands made on it The Con­ necticut law differs from the New Jersey in levying no special tax as­ sessment on the abutting property holders, so that poorer localities which need the benefit most will notk.be de­ terred from applying for aid.' By this legislation Connecticut is brought into line with New Jersey in the good-road movement, and in advance of New York and Massachusetts, while Penn­ sylvania, says the Philadelphia Press, has no rating as a good road state, having not yet made even a beginning. F!TS,-AIIF1t.« Stopped...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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