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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 July 1896

4 n™ '•n f-.vV.} f, ''Wm 'i, 35#$ .\r y, .' lit!:' /J1 IJ .LOCAL INTREST H1 J, J3. Jilayhew -went to Duluth OQ the ,JDixon y^eterday.*|j|}" i'#^| Mrs. EfenB Holte left Frida^ morning for a irisfi with friends in Dulnth. The county board of equalization peets at the court house next veefc. Mrs. H.J. Braun entertained a party of her la$y friends at her home on Wednesday afternoon, ]A Bedmyer, Alex Easier, Peter anJ •A, W. Peterson came down to attend the commissioners'meeting.' John Anderson arrived here on the Dixon Wednesday evening for a couple of weeks' \vifiib with his sister, Mrs. John Matheson., i* T*-- Road Commissioner Christiansen' and ,OIe Ctunderson eame up from Horland Monday evening and left on the Dixon Tuesday morning for JDuluth. County Commissioner Jackson went home Wednesday and returned Friday morning accompanied by Mrs. Jajkson, who will visit friends in town for a few days. Kristian Eortgaard who, was sent to Stillwater in August of last year, on a charge ef embe...

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. — 18 July 1896

WIKSLOW'8 BOOTHINO STBUP Si Msi "lotftf tratn of diseases arise from Impure blood, Th^ keep toe Wood pure witt W am i# ••.i'-: Sarsaparilla I The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. L. l) Hood's Pills »re always reliable. 25 cents.- Not Worth Mentioning. "A capital invention—these horseless carriages!" "Don't talk rubbish 1 We have had for along time things quite as remark­ able in their way as horseless car­ riages, and nobody takes the slightest notice of them." "Indeed! What, for instance?" "Cowless milk."—Dorfbarbler. If the Baby Is Catting Teeth. Be mire «nd use that old and well-tried remedy, HBJk for Children Teething At An Official Ball. "Sir, allow me to shake hands"with you, just by way of showing that I know somebody here." "With pleasure, sir as I am pre­ cisely in the same boat as yourself."— T.e Gaulois. Steamer Traffic on the Kootenai. Jennings, Mont., Special.— The steamer .Rustler left to-day on her first trip of 125 miles north to the Port Steele Mining Distric...

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. — 25 July 1896

,fc 11 r#V Ki it'f- *i. 1 t- 1 i' TOTTIE'S FATHER. "Please, miss, stop a mtoute, for the love of Heaven!" Dora Leslie hurrying home from her .york that Saturday afternoon, paused .and turned to see who had spoken to ber. It was a woman, who sat on the steps of a vacant •shop holding a little child. She was a decent looking wo mat., dressed in Mack, and the child was very prettty. She could hardly b© the beggar Dora had supposed her to be at first, and her next words proved that it was not to ask money that she had spoken. "I am so sick,"" she gasped. "I think I am dying. The child—don't let the child get run over. The station house— child 'ffferffrtake fier there, please—I Sh V* She gasped and was silent. Dora knelt down beside her. "Oh, you .poor thing," she said. /••What shall I do?x Do you live near iexte? (Can I belp you home?" The woman shook her head. "It don't make any difference," she said. "I haven't a friend in the world. But the poor child—you'll see that she gets to 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. — 25 July 1896

J?'.pPHB CQOK qp^JNTY HERALD. 'K ^n^UijP^or ton 4 them aluo. !|dominate 0J, Hi k: r$f tei 11J W'!' ifa Cook County.^ ,CHRIS MORPKY, Editor and propietor. i: Terras, Jl.00.fi Year,in Advance. p|!i .GRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY 25,,1896. Democratic. County Convention. A Democratic convention for the Comity of ook, Minnesota, .will be hqld on Thursday, July r&0, at T8B HkraiiD office, inJGrand M^rai# in said county, at 7:30 o'clock p. m, for the purpose ,o/ electing two delegates to the Demoqcgrtic et^te joonvention to 1)6 held in the city of-Minneapolis Tuesday, August 4th, 1896, for the purpose of jPlaeing in nomination a full set of state officers, and for the election qf .one delegate to the Sixth district Democratic congressional. qonyention to be held at St. Clond, on the 27th day qf August, 1896, for the purpose Qf placing in nomination a .candidate for member of congress for said ^district. CHRIS. MUBPH7 Member Democratic Congressional Committee. Populist County Convention. A co...

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. — 25 July 1896

*W"P 1 A-* LALJI]. Vr.rin TRJSFLHRWWI ^'•3 4 Dixon yesterday. vV$Msi fe^^^f ii3i®re. &k ,U •xiA fefe /v t.' it .. MSL, Mmm Mr. and Mrs. .0. 8. Durfee returned ^^from Duluth Sunday evening. "*S,.'KW rAbell 2' 'V'£ -111 lid i?WA« its-. ivfe' VI W, ,OF LOCAL INTRE8T fffpsg" _* Eegister^acfcer is in Duluth on bus y'#ineBa.K £i Jas. Momson went to Duluth on, the •*. ,'ij'y.-.'-" County Attorney Martin left on tne ^sDixon Tuesday morning for Duluth. The pasty of Holvanditea that came .up iast Saturday returned home Sunday. H. E. Bedmeyer, of Cross River, was ,. tin town.a few days the first of the weefc. Prof. Oarrel and Miss Garrel, his niece, vOf St Paul, are here enjoying an outing. v* Andrew fledatrom returned to Duluth Tuesday after a short visit with friends weighing.225 pounds has been .received and put in place on the Catholic tChuroh. .-.John P. Taylor and Len. Tunks came -down from .Lutden on the Dixon Sun­ day evening. Mrs. Jackson returned home Wednes -day evening after a ...

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. — 25 July 1896

1 4 i i- 5 I 1 1 tii Sip Us The New- England Cofcservatofy of Music, In Boston, Mass., has furnished Instruction to over 60,000 pupils since 1853, and its popularity as an institu­ tion of the highest excellence is con­ stantly increasing. Its curriculum is not confined to music alone, but Ora­ tory and Modern Languages have finely-equipped departments and the best instructors money can procure. Special attention also is given to piano­ forte tuning. The charges are low. when compared with those of other musical schools. Prospectus mailed free on application. Jablochkoff invented his electric can­ dle, two carbons and a strip of qaolin, in 1876. Rome Wacn't Bitllt in a Day. Neither are the obstinate maladies, to the removal of which the great correct­ ive, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, is adapted, curable in an hour. To per­ sist in the use of this standard remedy is no more than just. Biliousness, con­ stipation, malaria, rheumatism, kidney complaints and nervousness are among the c...

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. — 1 August 1896

•H1 '-f VOLUME V. X* ?v LEARNING TO RIDE ii THE BIKE. IIH ?K He starts, jllh Kf.. The Fat $ 4 He moves, He seems to feel, He's-perched "upon A wriggling %ol. -»-Bike Ballads. His teeth are set His eyesore bulg­ ing. Cold beads of perspiration bes spangle his pallid brow. Every mus­ cle is etnse and ligid. 'It is rigor mor­ tis, the beginning of the end? No, it is only the beginning on'the"bike. You can see typical cases of it every &. I "Instructor owa'Cycle. i'e Might in any of the nineteen bicycle acade­ mies of this city, find-there are nine­ teen different methcfds of treating the disease. Every ''professor" has the only correct system in the land, and they all effect a cure, 'so there is no gainsaying their clrilffis. The methods vary, from the "rough and tumble" process, .which is based on the principle that experience is the best teacher, to the progressive school, in which the pupil is carefully led through every stage, from kicking the pedals on a dummy machine tocuttin...

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. — 1 August 1896

1 THE COOK COUNT OFFICIAL PAPEE OF 0#OK CopN-ryv CHRIS MURPHY, Editofcand l4opi&or. M. i-Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. mM GRAND MARAI6MINN. AUGUST 1. 1896.',, ,. A. Cta?ff.«AST. 88^ ./B^uee Migftt S'Vonntry How to In a speech favoring "both pfold and ^v|^Qetandard money, Senator Ba^gx^g^ And Georgia, among other argume]||^s^Sn.id "It iai' saidit^-^CMs'e who favor gold thonometallism. ithffi .to do so would drive all gold outyof-the country, would put us upon a sHy3l\ionometallic basis and cause us $o&&$$ company with ail of the enlightenesl'^nd progressive na­ tions of Ahe worai^.^ljowever plausible these objections^ ^Sy be in theory, ithey are all complexly overthrown by .the fact that Fra^^ pursues exactly Ahis plan,- and^n of its practical operations ttere^i^ya been none of these results. Frai^Eje- pays out to her creditors at her "Option either gold or .silver, and in the.exercise of that op )tion she pays Yout^Ijttle or no gold. Anyone who .wishea-atiy-large amoun...

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. — 1 August 1896

S^S 1& *AC tSBST -SIR OFE IIOQAL INTBBS^ .'*" i".'" .0. A.^elson of lratsen was in* town 'IL:MONAAY" /,•/ Barney McCoy was in town a few a ays this week. ciS^' -v? County OommJasloner Jackson left for home on the Dixon- Wednesday evening, Mrs, HanB Holte retarned Sunday evening from a visit with friends in Du ,j'luth. •i 4, County Attorney Martin and Register Tucker returned- from Duluth Sunday evening*/ Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mayhew returned -l£ Sunday evening from a visit with friends i^' in Duluth. 1 ^County Commissioner Engelson and 4family left for home in their yacht Wed­ nesday morning. Hans Wanneboe and John Hanson left for Duluth Wednesday morning in Mr. W.'s yacht, the Nornen. John Drouillard is receiving a visit from his son who arrived here from Mi% neapolis Wednesday evening. At the Democratic county convention held at THE HEBALD'"office Thursday evening Col, Colvill apd Chris Murphy were elected Delegates to. the stat con­ vention^ I ifs '.v .. 'v .v/. '''"V- At the me...

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. — 1 August 1896

I ill. V., %tr if JkS it Econo- my— just think—every bottle of Hood's Sana parilla contains 100 doses,' This is true only of Sarsaparilla I'he One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. Hood's Pills cure biliousness, headache. Against His Principles. Mrs. Arqher-^What do you think of the new minister?. Mrs. Bayswater—I like him very mUGh Mrs. Archer—Very sorry I couldn't go to hear him. What did he preach about? Mrs. Bayswater—I didn't catch the text, but it had something to do with the golden calf. Mr. Archer (just waking up)r-That Settles it! I shall withdraw from the church. I can't approve of this thing of carrying politics into the pulpit.— Cleveland Leader. Irrigated Farms in the Milk Rivet Valley. Room for many farmers* on ditches al ready constructed in the Milk River Valley of Montana and plenty of chances for colo­ nies to locate on free land and build ditches of their own. Ditches, can be made at lit­ tle expense other than labor with plows and scrapers, and there is no ston...

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. — 8 August 1896

-iSMfe' "1'%' mm VOLUME V. HfjV-V. ^ppps •JmM Pii«i wyx & /-"Thrilling?" said the major "well, I should say so. It was the .most ex­ citing thing that ever occurred to me. Why, I can't even think of it now without shuddering a little. I was con­ siderably younger in those days than 1 am now. At the time "I Avas a tele .grap'h operator and dispatcher for the Mountain Valley Railroad company .a Western mining country. It was a wild and lawless country, and I was not much in love with my place, -but •being poor I was obliged to accept the •conditions with the best possible grace. "Goldton, where I was located, was really nothing more than a railroad station. It was not on the main line of. the Mountain Valley railroad, but on a spur which ran to the Ingot mines. Travel was not very extensive intact, but one train a day passed my lonely station. "On .the 15th day of eve^y month I received by express for the superin­ tendent of the Ingot Mining .company the money with which the miner...

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. — 8 August 1896

S I v'M: ••f'i I SBkif •••. TKE COOK BOUNTY i£ERALD. -rfp Official PA^BE oP^!ooi|Com^Y. fv"- CHRIS MURPH?, Editor ai^ii Fropietof, 1 U0.: Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance GRAND MARAISMINN. AUGUST 8, 1896. ,.,r,: "Will Free Silver Enrich the Few? A prominent gentleman stated to us a few days ago that he would be a •gilverite but for the fact tjbiat with tljp Tree cpmage of silver a man would be ienabls4 to take 53 cents worth of silver ^bullion to the mint and have it coined, yithout cost to him, into a silver dollar 'tforth 100 ofin ts, thereby enriohing mine pwners at the expense of the government $nd the people. In our humble opinion ^here can be no reasonable grounds for such a beleif when the matter is proper­ ly investigated. ''J* 1' The encreased use of silver alone would cause it to rapidly appreciate in Value. Further, the moment the Gov­ ernment authorizes the ooinage of a pertain number of grains of Bilyei into a 'dollar worth 100 cents just that moment that certain amount 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. — 8 August 1896

T- I I ^tbes% ?kj Treasurer Johnson returned ftom Du lutli Sunday1 evening. V*^' Miss Benson came doirafro^Dultith "Wednesday to visit her mother. Gust Olson and -Hans Gilbertson re­ turned from l)uluth Sunday evening, Mrs. J. Nelson, of Manistee, $lich.j is here on, a visit with l^er parents, Mr.jmd ,Mrs. A. J. Johnson. -X* 3ggtti_- 1 JV'iT-' Tom Larson came down from his homestead Wednesday and left for Du •v luth Friday morning^stv4tt. Register*Tucker has purchased the Beaton residence north of THB HEKAIJD office and has moved into it. Mrs. Elling Olson and Miss Alma Berglu^d loft on the Dixon Friday morn ing for a visit with friends in Duluth. Albert Johnson of Virginia was in ,'fV town Monday. He had,been out looking over his property in the Gunflint jf&gion. 1 SWe were pleased to receive a visit tbis week from E. J. Spink who came down from Duluth Wednesday to visit his homestead. I Misses Dora Schultz and Nellie Mur­ phy of West Duluth arrived here Wed­ nesday evening for...

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. — 8 August 1896

strm realize the greatest amount of good In th* lnhortest time andst the lea§texpense b^taktoM |B 9 3St Sarsaparilla the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. 91. Hood'8 Pills are easy to take, easy to operate, A Grain Decision, A caso of general and local interest in the grain trade has Just been decided in the Ramsey county court. The plaintiff was the Farmers' Warehouse association of Medelia, Minn., and Woodward & Co., of Minneapolis were the defendants. The plaintiff company Incurred losses in fu­ ture trading in both Chicago and Minne­ apolis markets. The plaintiff claims the manager had no authority to make such trades, that even if he did they were gambling 'transactions, and losses so in­ curred could not be set off aeainst the proceeds received from the sale of grain. It appeared the manager had sole charge of the business for years, and In all transactions made on the floor of the Chamber of Commerce of Minneapolis that the actual delivery of the grain was eontempla...

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. — 15 August 1896

9 -If V°LUME Y:'^" IN A LEOPARD'S JAWS ^he Close Call off. a. Hunter lu South Africa-. V/ Tlje rainy season was over, and the 'fti'C^Molopo river (in the Bechuanaland '^'Protectorate) was swollen to overflow­ ing, as were tbft tributaries, up one of which—the Nasop—my wagon was ••some twenty miles or so. These rains take it out of a fellow in a country not over-healthy pr ces" at the best of times, Imt in spite of sundry forebodings, I Stayed the wet season out, circumstan­ and exchequer not favoring a re­ ctum. With plenty of quinine, I pulled through, faiiiy tweli, but was not the least bit less thankful for the return of settled weather. One day I was out seeing what I could do toward replenishing my lard fter, when I came across a solitary blue tbull wildbeeste. He was standing out on the veldt, and as I was quite.hidden —i'oi il -had come up the belt of brush -bordering the. river—he had not not­ iced my approach. Though lie looked a "X Gould Not Get the Cap on Before He Wns Up...

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. — 15 August 1896

VOLUME Y. km S&r'''' jES". & *Ha II MS ^fM-The Close Call of a Hunter iu South. i#3! Africa. The rainy season was over, and the Molopc river (in the Bechuanaland \m Protectorate) was swollen to ovcrflow w* *nP as 1 were tlifc tributaries, tip one of which—the Nasop—my wagon was ^f3|'"l some twenty miles or so. These rains it take it out of a fellow in a country not over-healthy at the best of times, but in spite of sundry forebodings, I 'i stayed the wet season, out, circumstan |r|( ces and! exchequer not favoring a re­ st turn. With plenty of quinine, I pulled throughi fairty twetl, but was not. the least bit less thankful for the return of settled weather. One day I was out seeing what I could dcvtOAvard replenishing my lard ei% when 1 came across a solitary blue ir,-^ bull wildbeeste. He was standing out -"4 on the veldt, and as I was quite.hidden 'wK'-^k —had come tip the belt of brush bordering the. river—he had not not %•&' iced my approach. Though he looked 111 "I...

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. — 15 August 1896

KM iff0 Wife Wf 8'fi t*f T^B CQOBT COUNT!] P^ICXAli Papei or Gj»K CO^JTYf CHRIS MURPHY, Editored PrOpieW & Terms, fl.00 a Year In Advance. G£ANT M&RAISlglNN. AUGUST 'perttyr- *••-,'•* i: fpwner, I: & 15, 1898," ?yy. .. A Remedy Needed. I As reported by the daily papers Sena? $or "Tbursto^s epueoh' in iJtUkth last ^Satu^dVy night ixitiat fiaye been disap "pointibjt to thosjl Jwho 'Wit tKereinj ''eeavohof faots toappeaee their intellect-. Tial ftunger. He told them that DulutV V»sespecially -interested in this politc$l controversy because'the greater th$ pros­ perity of the TJnijon* the greateft will be ^he demand for iron and lumber/but he -advaficfed no argttment to cony^hce his 'hearers that the retention' of tijie gold 'standard fould bring abpv^t BuChproH- T, v. What t£e people want to know is how $o bring' about 'lhfe prosperity We do •not pretetid tokdow, positively, that free ^lyer is the thing/and the only thing, th% 'pounfcry needs to make it -prosperous, fat whe...

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. — 15 August 1896

f$ot 'U ft* ijOOAIi ^NjtfREjSa^ tffie Seouri^y bank otiBnluth. failed. Tuesday.' '^Thej»will be plenty tit time ,to' get dj^ousBipg politioa $fter tbe Wther gets pooler Mr and Mrs.' Bchofleld" arjfived' here Sunday evening. {or a visit mth Mr. and "Oyolone" Davis h^sSeen nominated ,for, Congress by Ujja JTajas populists of ^Fourth district. y,y ^r.. May hew, accompanied by his jjfr^oddausfhters, Misses Ella and Game May hew, retaraedfrom Duluth Sunday (eyening. 4 .Misses Dora Schultz and Clara Mur­ phy who have been visiting friends here retnrned to their homes in West Duluth yesterday. Running a foot raoe was the novel method adoped by two New Yorkers to settle which of them should marry a girl that both wanted, and who would not decide between'them/. At the Republican judicial convention £eld in Pnht{li last week W. A. Oant was. nominated fot district judge to succeed Judge Morris, and JudfjeE neign was nominated td.succeed himself. The family cj Peter Racklund, who is employed on...

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. — 15 August 1896

Katurany, good appetite, keep Tw» $ Wood pure wnfl your twrw® strong by taklac K'~ I Sarsaparilla he "best-J infacttthe One True Blood Furiner Hood'sfills cnre biliousness, headache. 260, TrauspOtfClnflr Perishable Food, In no more emphatic manner are. modern facilities of transportation em­ phasized tban* in the safety with which perishable food is conveyed from a great- distance. In this particular Aus­ tralia, South America arid the United States are no further removed from Europe than a single province form­ erly was from the capital of the coun­ try of which it formed a part Algeria is now supplying Paris with camel imeat. An extensive plant has been •created in that French colony for the ikilling and refrigerating of those ani imals, and daily shipments are made to -Paris. The-meat of the camel is de­ scribed as -not unlike beef, with the tenderness of veal. The hump is the choicest portion. Eggs that formerly were gathered near the localities where they were sold now come fro...

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. — 22 August 1896

THE StBErS SEMEK •"Tell us the «rtory, grandfather." The speaker was a little maiden flax fen-haired ami rosy-cheeked, one of a party which had gathered beneath the «hade of a sheltering maple, in the tfieart of the great silent cemetery. It 'was Decoration day—that unique fes­ tival upon which the nation yearly 'honors its dead defenders, and every member of the group carried some wreath or floral token, with which to decorate the graves of departed soldier friends. "My'dear, the story will $eep," an­ swered the person addressed as "grandfather," a tall, grizzled veteran with medals on his breast "let us first of all place our flowers upon the dif­ ferent graves. Tlhis is old soldiers' sec­ tion of the cemetery, you know, and •every tomb covers- the body of some brave fellow By the way, yonder is a grave without any tomb­ stone—not a new grave, either. I won­ der who he is that lies beneath?" He pointed toward where, near the 'confine of the old soldiers' section, an .'humble mound...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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