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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 August 1896

v.* ir VOLUME V. 'k 1- THE STOUT'S SEQUEL ""Tell us the -story, grandfather." The speaker was a little maiden flax ien-haired and rosy-cheeked, one of a dparty which had gathered beneath the «hade of a sheltering maple, in the iheart 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 sto-ry will ]'/eep," an swered the person addressed as "grandfather," a tall, grizzled veteran I with medals on his breast "let us first is of all place our flowers upon the dif ferent graves. Tlhis is old soldiers' sec I tion -of the cemetery, you know, and 'i -every tomb covers the body of some brave fellow By the way, yonder is a grave without any tomb­ stone—not anew grave, either. I won­ der who he is that lies beneath?" He pointed toward where, near the confine, of the old ...

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. — 22 August 1896

wrnm .V 'itfif 'i J.11 7 I 'Al VnLUME Y. THE STOEfS SEQUEL ""Tell us the story, grandfather."' ??fw The speaker was a little maiden ilax eai-haired anal rosy-cheeked, one of a rrSpjarty which had gathered beneath the fehade of a sheltering maple, in the fteart of the great silent cemetery. It r|fcy, .-'was Decoration day—that unique fes j.|t .c"-ftiyal upon which the nation yearly ^honors its dead defenders, and every member of the group carried some & wreath or floral token, with which to %v .v decorate the graves of departed soldier friends. "My dear, the story will $eep," an :«wered the person addressed as ^V^^'grandfather," a tall, grizzled veteran rwith medals on his breast "let us first all place our flowers upon the dif ,.ferent graves. Tlhis is old soldiers' sec -tion of the cemetery, you know, and ,'V, •.. ,"every tomb covers the body of some £v™Vibrave fellow By the way, yonder is a grave without any tomb ..'v- etone—not a new grave, either. I won 'der who he is that l...

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. — 22 August 1896

-V^THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFMCIAT, PAPEIVOF COOK COUNTYi' '.„•• 'J CHRI^ MURPHY, Editor aiid Propiotor.^ Terms, $1.0(1 a Year in Advance, mumpm 1 GRAND MARAIS MINN. AUGUST 22,1896. Speaking .of the threat frequently •heard—tbafc the faotoriea and mills will "ploBe dotan if silver is remonetized a 'Cloquet millman relates a? interesting jnoidenji that occurred there a few days tapro. It was on'Saturday evening. The mill was closed down with the under­ standing that the men would return r£fter supper fQr a talk. Addressing the 'men on their return from supper an ^officer of the company said that it rested •jvith them whether work was to be con­ tinued or not. If they proposed to vote "for free silver at the coming election the 'mill would close down, to which threat "came the prompt response "olose down 'and be d—d." Bat the mill has contin­ ued to run as usual,—West Duluth Sun. Senator Thupsjon has crawfished on ^his charge that Mr. Bryan has been in the pay of the silver mine owner...

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. — 22 August 1896

vSKgfci •IV |L-ppR iiOOAXi INTRBST Andre w^hristiween .of Hovland waB in Wednesday. II1 IP Treasurer Jphnpon went to JDfuiuth bumnes8,y^terda3^fi^p|faSi|||^|l Mra. J. E. Maynew was very ill the Hirst of the week but is now somewhat ^better. 'te5g{ I O. E. Eridfeon Jg'eleoting a laftge Mrti and .a boat house on his farm' a few miles JT. ^do^yn the shore. 10}J'f Rev. Father Speoht arrived here on the Dixon Friday morning to spend a few days among hi? people.'% |gf Andrew JEedstrom returned Sunday evening from Duluth where he has been working for a couple of months. We were pleased to receive a call this week from Mr. Brown of the firm of Brown, Treacy & Co. wholesale station­ ers of St. Paul. Miss Nellie Murphy returned to her home in'West Duluth yesterday afte^ a couple of weeks visit with her b.-other, Chris i^Snd family. Postmaster Madwayosh of Grand Port­ age passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on his return home from a visit in Dqluth. The Indian«payment this year...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 August 1896

si 1 I '#1 A Story of Colorado Gold. The most unique and instructive iip book yet published about the gold and if| other features of Cripple Creek Dis jMj trict has just been issued by O. W. slip Crawford, publisher, Masonic Temple, Chicago, ni., Every page is illustrated with original pictures in three colors, made for this work by Mr. E. S. Rice, l/i the sketch genius of the Rockies. It is a complete exposition of Cripple creek Gold, telling where it is found, 'IT how it is found, where it is milled, how it Is treated, how it is paid for all abftut mines, titles, camping in,the mountains and Cripple Park's wonder­ ful Apollinaris Springs,' which the In dians called Quleeka and of which they said, "If you drink the waters al ways, you will live always." In print ing and illustration it is a work of high art. We are not surprised .to learn .that the. second edition is in 1 1 press, for it is a book from which the oldest miner may get information and entertainment as well. Price 50c....

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. — 29 August 1896

ji I I S Phelim McCaul was not in a particu­ larly good humor as lie strode along the rough moutain path whistling a faction tune between Ms teeth, and cutting savagely at the wayside brambles, that shivered in the sharp east wind, which, appropriately enough, was heralding the Lenten "sea­ son down the famous Gap of Duriloe. Judged from Mr. McCaul's stand­ point, the situation was a tantalizing one. Here he was a man of thirty-four, with a tidy bit put by, a snug farm and no encumbrance wt tever, -actu­ ally unmarried this blessed Ash Wednesday eve, and likely to .remain so during the coming twelve months, all owing to the unreasonableness of one Thady O'Rafferty, whose daughter Mollie Phelim sought in marriage, the negotiations having been broken off that very evening for .positively the last time. Had Phelim been a 'trifle older, or a trifle more philosophic, he would have probably told ihijiiself the disap­ pointment was simpily a bles3ing in disguise, but being still young, and...

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. — 29 August 1896

COOK %fp fe fas COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAJJ PAPEE OP COOKCOUNTY.^"IL Ipi* *"4 CHILIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance GRAND MARAIS MINN. AUGUST 29,1896. Miners vs. People. ".There is a struggle brewing between the .great minjtag corporations of the north­ ern part of the state and the people by which it/ is expected to evade legitimate taxation and also to lessen the ptices 'paid for the lease of state mining lands ^Thereby the revenues from the source and the valuable belongings of the state 'schools and. other public institutions -will Jbe practically flitted away. If the exist­ ing dynasty is continued these schemes will be carried out, for every manipulator •jffho has a purpose to advance in opposi­ tion to the people's interest, has pooled "issues and is making a vigorous fight jigainst John Lind. They do not assail 'his personal oharaotor nor impugn his ^onest/ or integrity, but by flimsey, foolish pretexts, sueh as we have quoted to inconsistency in p...

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 August 1896

*?6i" &* i• -11 ¥„. Sk* m^'- W: a' JQF JUOCAli INTRBST .^f jH» E, JEtadtneydr of Gross River itras in ^bwn the first of the weekT ?^r.:4"s ,-.'• The Pipket was in this port a few .hoars Wednesday evening on her way to Duluth. C\ -. Geo. H. Durfee left yesterday morning ^to attend the G. A. R, encampment and Btate fair. -_^j: ??4Bernt Jacobsoh passed through town -(p^b011 the Picket Wednesday evening bound forDulnthlf 5«#\ j* -/I^^Treasurer Johnson returned Wednes ^, 4^ay ®v©ninfir from a visit to Duluth ana \s the Twin Cities. John P. Taylor and "Ole J. Olson re tp iurned Wednesday evening from a ex tended trip in the woods. fpifc Mrs. Elling Olson returned from Du» 'Sspfiv-y.iv luth Sunday evening accompanied by Jtev. O. Synness of Ashland. Miss Belle Wiok arrived here from Duluth Wednesday evening to spend a .couple of weeks with Mrs. J.J. Hussy. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mann returned to their home in St. Paul Tuesday morning After enjoying a couple of weeks' outing here. Miss. Spat...

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 August 1896

v!. More Medicinal value, more skill, care, expense, mor* •s-v: wonderful cures and more curative power io Hood's vSarsaparilla /, -p:.k~ flChan In any other. Be sure to get only Hood's. cure biliousness, Indigestion 1 He Withered. Minnie—One of those odious masliers tried to talfcf to me on the car this afternoon. Mamie—You called the conductor? "No I just gave him a withering look." "Oh! And did he wither?" "He dried up."—Indians polis Jour­ nal. Agents Wanted. The Home Life Insurance company of New York issues the most attractive poli­ cies of any old line company. The cash value and loaning privileges each year are plainly guaranteed in the policy. An ener­ getic, live man, well acquainted, Is desired as a local agent. Special territory and liberal contract will be given References required. Address or call on Fred F. Loomis, general manager, 800-9 Pioneer Press building, St. Faul. A Sad Blunder. Leading Prohibitionist—And how far Is your rural home trom the nearest ram shop? Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 September 1896

Or Jfcw V°txme V. ,, ,, *, ,:toii'.- A-.V THE KING OF THE MILL One summer evening, after supper, Monsieur La Rose, the viliage notary, came out upon the veranda of the Ho­ tel Castor, his hat in his hand, his smoothly-shaven face ruddy and pleas­ ant to look upon. Brabon, the drum­ mer, who came up from Montreal to Saint Pyx occasionally on business, eat smoking quietly in a chair that was tilted against the wall. "Good evening," said M. La Rose, tl "Good evening, Monsieur le Notarie!" answered Brabon, indolently. Then there followed a little spell of silence that was intensified by the clatter of distant cow bells. Presently there appeared in the street, immediately before the hotel, a sort of living fantasy—a singular, dark-faced old man, who strode slowly past, clad in a loose robe of many bright colors. His eyes had the un- f[er L-:f't 7 fc&l arb. Her look was clear and steady, demeanor in every way sane. Yet though it was plain to see she was a. commonplace, rustic woman, 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. — 5 September 1896

mibbsM mkJ fx '.&r :"-vs ,P *&* .fig# COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAFEB OF COOK POUNTY, bHJRIS 3M0EPHY. Editor and Propletor,'^ ll|f Vr -Terms, $1.00 aYear in Advanco. GRAND MARAI9, MINN* SBPT. 5, 1898 Hanna might be rather oomfortable pi he hadn't Major MoKinley on his Jaande. Mr. Hantia -was forced to a gold platform at St. Jjouia against his will. A.nd now he 'has for a candidate for pre^dent a man who, when in congress ^yoted for free and nnlimited coinage of .^ijver, and for a resolution declaring the jfconds payable in silver dollars, at the .present weight and fineness, at the op­ tion of the government, fie has never ,$aken back or apologized for either performance. And "that's what's the patter with Hanna 1"—Cincinnati En­ quirer, Winona Herald: In the entire, history pt the country no man has ever been so .completely tied hand and foot, as well as ^tongue, by his political manager as Maj, 'McjjSanleyjaowJB by Matk Hanna. The (iOhVoago tthat iv 1 Tribune' says: "Wh...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 September 1896

.mmi "iM '•*•#.&M v''TS\ OF JjOOAL INTRpST as, -Morrison and family, are visiting at Grand Portage. Adaugbtorvas bom to Mrs. and Mrs. rrank Kadonce Sunday evening. Rev. Father Speoht was in town a («ouple 3% of days the first of the week. H. J. Braun left on the Dixon Tuesday morning loenjoy a week's visit in Du l*jfr ab4 {Superior. ^Register Tucker left on the Dixon yes­ terday morning for a visit with friends in the western part of the county. G. L. Treat the popular school teacher of Hovland, returned Wednesday even­ ing enjoyingvacation in the, outer world. .! •, Mr. Joseph Carriboo and Mrs. Eliza­ beth Morrison,widow of George Morrison, were married at the Catholic church last Tuesday morning, Eev. Father Specht officiating. Conjrressinan Towne's candidacy was endorsed by the Peoples party congres «obb1 convention held at St. Cloud on the 27th nit., and he was nominated by ttcolamation. rV Robfe. Paine and family passed through town on the Dixon Wednesday evening on their w...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 September 1896

SIS 1 iMr tf Muscles Steady tierves, good appetite," refreshing sleep pome with blood made pure by Hood's Sarsapdriila^t The One True Blood Purifier. All druggists, fl. Hood's PHIS are the best after-dinner piUa. Set Right. Shopkeeper—Let me see. You ripp Mr. Henleigh's wife, are you not? 4 Mrs. Henlgigb—No, sir Mr. Henleigb is my husband.—Boston Transcript. & Agents Wanted. The Home Life Insurance company of New York issues the most attractive poli­ cies of any old line company. The cash 4 value and loaning privileges each year are plainly guaranteed In the policy. An euer» fetlc, live man, well acquainted. Is desired as a local agent. Special territory and liberal contract will be given. References required. Address or call on Fred V. Loomis, general manager, 806-9 Pioneer Cress building, St Paul. Nineteen-million gallons of beer are con turned In the United Kingdom each week. How to Grow 40c Wheat. Salzer's Fall Seed Catalogue tells rou. It's worth thousands to the wide iwake...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 September 1896

His Litae Lass. 1. Down oa tise Setfeilth stiMst pave­ ment, in t6e «Old .qudrter of ^Washing­ ton, old SaHHiel, in bis sfeiibby shop Buit and tiMwd-back chair, was a second hand clothes dealer. High up in the sixth story, ^he was the £afher of a lit­ tle lass whom-he loved better than he loved 4he ^silver coin the old clothes daily brought him. -For her sake he duove .hard bargains and hoarded away his coin. -For her sake he built a thick partition *wall in that high sixth story and «hut away from his motherless cihilfliall the sights and sounds of Sev­ enth street. He made a home room for iherup there arid crowded it with luxury. But ever in the midst of all this beauty stooa a lacedraped bed, "Watched and guarded by a low-voiced nurse, and on it lay the buiall, slight form--and lovely face of 'Samuel's little lass. •A fall in early infancy had injured iher in such a way that she had never walked. A famous physician said she could be cured if her father would con­ sent to a long s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 September 1896

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OP COOK COUNT V. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., SEPT. 19, 1896. Maj. Baldwin is a goldite, but he is inclined to think that the election of Bryan is the quickest way by which the money question will be settled. That's right. This question is before the peo­ ple to stay until it is settled. If, by chance, the United States should, by electing McKinley, declare in favor of the perpetuation of the gold standard, the question then will be no nearer eettlement than it was before. And the dissatisfaction and discontent among the great masses of the common people made manifest in this campaign is not a marker for that which will sweep repub­ licanism from the face of the earth four years hence—West Duluth Sun. The merchants in every section of Canada are advertising in their local papers that they will receive American money at its face in payment'of debts and for goods purchased. All the talk ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 September 1896

OP LOCALINTREST H. J. Redmeyer of Cross River was in town Monday. Geo. H. Durfee returned from St. Paul Sunday evening. Register Tucker returned from Du luth Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Full.erton returned from Duluth Sunday evening. Ool.'E. B. Spileman returned Sunday evening from a visit to St. Paul. Win. and Len Tunks were in town a couple of days the first of the week. Mrs. John MoCormick, of Smithville, is the guest of her sister Mrs. J. J. Hussy. Andrew Christiansen passed through town on the Dixon Thursday evening on his way to Duluth. Auditor and Mrs. Fisher and Miss Roso Scott returned Sunday evening after a oouple of weeks visit in the Twin Cities. County Commissioners Jackson of Hov land and Engelson of Carlton Peak were present at the commissioners' meeting Monday. Gust Kling and Andrew Swenson went to Duluth Thursday evening. Mr. Klin? will prove up on his homestead next Monday. John Kennedy and Sam McClellan of West Superior arrived here Sunday evening to look over...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 September 1896

Talk in favor of Hood's Sarsaparllla as for no other medicine. It has the greatest record of! cures of any medicine in the world. In fact, Is the Ono True Blood Purifier. $1. Sarsaparilla Hood's Pills cure sick headache, todigestiono Stockings of Other Days. "I saw a little girl in striped red and wliite stockings the other day," said the woman, "and it made me think of the time when I was a little girl my­ self. There was no thought of black stockings then. The small legs of all the small girls looked like sticks of variegated candy. The child who had the gayest combination of stripes was the happiest, and if the color scheme •happened to be displeasing to our youthful tastes there was such a feel­ ing of utter woe as I know I seldom, feci now that I am 'grown up.' "—New York Times. By Steamer, Train or Boat. Which of these have you selected as Tommy—Us.—Taris Messenger. FITS stopped free and permanently cured. No fits afu-r first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve .Restorer. Fre...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 September 1896

VOLUME V. the inside of it. ^•Wtlcal Rnubce, By Victoria Clement. The inauguration was over. Theiiew pres'«dent had been sworn In and tad -delivered his address from the great platform of ttShe capitot the pro 0, cession had escorted him to 'the beauti fill old mansion at the other end of the avenue. The weather had been as bad as March knows how to provide, and «md the wet and chilled crowds, as MBoon as the bedraggled show was over, Shad taken themselves -to recuperative 'meat and drink. At the "Embassa «dor's" there had been an elaborate luncheon spread, and a 'dozen or more of his special cronies, senators, officials and journalists, had been regaled, after full gorging, with one of his peculiar entertainments, consisting of music by his negro servants and dances and "walks" by their female friends. The "Embassador," as everybody called him—he died of apoplexy soon after— was an obese bachelor, enormously wealthy from a government printing contract which he had held through half...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 September 1896

Ki'f':' ^7 OFFICIAXJ PAPEF OF COOK COUNTY. CHEIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., BJ5PT. 12,1895. Cut Short the Brain Food. The Booth Packing Co. have notified jthe fisherman along the north shore and rat Isle Eoyal that on account of the "free vsilver scare" they are unable to dispose rof the few fresh fish they have been "Receiving, and that hereafter the Dixon Trill take fresh fish only once a week. In other words the company would ,£aveyou believe that the people have 'become so much alarmed that they have ".quit eating fresh fish. "VVe do not believe that the company give their true reasons for curtailing their purchases of fish. We believe it to ^.be a shrewd scheme on the part of the goldites Whereby they hope to retain f^vhat few supporters they have among the common people. f-' You see, fish is one of the greatest brain foods in existence. The high mo guls of the Gold party are aware of this if act and know that if their suppor...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 September 1896

S&aft l$tlste ^111 Pl-FiciAli piliiiilMMU^ ft* jTjHEJ COOK COUNTY HERALD.--5? Igf- 'i» ', pA?EE ojr Coojc COUNT^.' OHP.IS MURPHY, Editor and Propletor... Terms, $1.00 a Year In Adv'ance& tJ 33&R ^•^QBAND MA RAIS, MINN., B-EPT, 12,1896.' Cut Short the Brain Foodr" The Booth! Packing Co. have notified ^he fisherman along, the-north ^hore and Royal that on'acoount of the "free 'fiilvejr soare" they are finable to diBpoise rot the few fresh fish they have been •Receiving, and tW hereafter the Dixon jrill' take fresh'fish onlyv once a week, jln other words the company would ^laveyou believe that the people have 'become so much alarmed that they have "*f[Tiit e&ting freah'fish. *?:. W6 do not believe that the company jgive their* true teasons for curtailing C^beiy purchases of fish.' We believe it to a shrewd scheme on the part of the •goldites whereby they hope to retain «%hat few supporters they haye among %he commbh pepple. Yoti'sae, fish' is -one of the greatest brain ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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