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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 September 1896

atvufv's^ r«-"^' ,£F LOCAL INTREST & p7i fit' v* if Mm fo W f* pandlo^a .Fullsrton and wife are in Duluth. E. W. ^kelin was in town a, few days this week.' lif re. J. Nejsqn rj^urnecl from Duluth ,/Sunday evening. H. J. Braun returned from Duluth Sandfly eyeningl Contractor N^uffts returned Sunday evening from Dulath. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kadonce died Sunday night. Miss. M. Pollqck came down from Duluth Sunday to visit her homestead. Miss Alma Berglund returned Sunday evening from an extended visit in Du­ luth. Mr. Wee, representing the Hines (Lumber Co., of {Jhicago, was in town this \7eek. Miss Carrie Brunes of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Sunday even­ ing on her return home from Dnluth. Mrs. 0. P. Maginnis of Duluth arrived Jiere Sunday evening for a couple of weeks' visit with the family of Chris. Murphy. A. J. Johnson has completed the job of painting and papering the court house and the building now presents a very at­ tractive appearance, Reg...

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. — 19 September 1896

?K' Xaat and always advertised as a true blood pnrN fier, the most wonderful cures on record are made and the greatest sales are won by Be sure to get Hood's, only Hood's Sarsaparilla Mood's Pills cure all liver ills, biliousness.. The Force of Haltit. A story told of Lord Kelvin is that, during a long course of lectures on magnetism, his chaiacteristic definition of an ideal magnet as "an infinitely long, infinitely thin,' uniform and uni­ formly and longitudinally magnetized bar" was received with applause, which drew a sharp "Silence!" from the professor. Before the end of the sea­ son the definition and reprimand had been so often repeated that the stu­ dents, one day, through accident or de­ sign, did not respond. Lord Kelvin, however, from force of habit, oried out "Silence!" all the same. A Rank Sceptic. Spirit (at Lily Dale seance)—Don't you know me? I am the spirit of your mother-in-law. Investigator—You can't fool me. My mother-in-law always brought her trunk with her.—Buf...

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. — 26 September 1896

s» A gn. II to. volume v. TpE UGIiY JIBJOfijJIN. {By George H. Westley,)' The exciting adventure here recorded was brought up from the recesses of any memory by the recent war. It oc­ curred at the time of the celebrated '"Arrow" affair, that ridiculous revenue squabble which led the British int hostilities with the Chinese. I was busily engaged with my, own vessel, running cargoes of tea from Canton down to Hong Jvong, and taking back pium for the native merelKuats. flliere was big money i» the trade*, and had it lasted I should have mane my foriunc, but, unfortunately, the out­ break brought the business, for me at 1 He Ran tlvc Fellow to he Bnhvark#, least, to a sudden and tragic termina nation. ... I was at Hong Kong taking on board my lorcha, the most profitable cargo of th'e season, when the news reached us that the notorious-Commissioner Seh had arrived upon tthe scene of action^ and begun his work by offering a re­ ward of $5 for every white man's head, $20 for every prisone...

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. — 26 September 1896

m*: THE COOJ? COUNTY HERALD. fcv.:.',.' IA- OFFICIAL PAPEE OF COOK COUNTY. e$vc CHRIS JfURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Tern^s, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MJN*TF, FIJEPT.26,1896. Ib is fair to presume that having been reelected $o the House, Speaker Beed will be in $ more serene state of mind between now and the third of November than some other big man who might be gamed. The Sheehan brothers, of N. Y., madei it certain that the family would be rep­ resented on the winning side when one of them came out for $ryan and the ptlier PQe against him. Somebody should whisper the story of the missionary who devoted so much time tq making converts abroad that {the people a£ his home were all lost into Mr. Bryan's ear. Gen. Weyler seems to have taken advantage of the political excitement in the United States to resume his Sunday Amusement of shooting helpless prison­ ers. It isn't so surprising after all that Powderly should be supporting one ^candidate and the present officers of 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. — 26 September 1896

mpt 1 I "j 4 1 /•, 8 1 if OP-liOOAL INTREST p••iSvr:•••..,s::v:•• Ed. Johnson of Lateen was in town -^Thursday. Wm. Tanks was in town a couple of isf: days this week. -V Mf8* Ole Larson returned Sunday ^. evening from Duluth.. A J- -r,- /^y'' Auditor Fisher returned from a trip to ^fey ^St. Paul Sunday evening. I®fe Mrs. O. Holte returned Sunday even [4b ing from an extended visit in Duluth. Col. E. B. Spileman left for his home in San Diego, Gal., Thursday evening. A. J. Johnson returned Wednesday •evening from Lutsen where he has been •doing some painting. U. L. Treat of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Thursday evening on his way to Duluth. Mrs. 0. P. Maginnis left for her home in Duluth Tuesday morning after a cou­ ple of week's visit with friends in town. John Nelson of Manistee, Mioh., ar­ rived here on the Dixon Wednesday -evening and will probably make this his future home. Mr. Nelson's family has been here for some time. The schooner Bavaria, of Sault Ste Marie, cam...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 September 1896

gpHSi V^. 12 Ife r' S&v Your nerves npon rich, red blood and you will not be nervous. Blood is made rich and pure by Sarsaparilla The One True Blood Purffler. All druggists. Hood's Pills are always reliable. 25centa» Earily Explained. "You say this is the diamond stud stolen from you. Do you *\sear to it, sir?" sternly asked the lawyer for the defense. "I do, positively." "Yet It is not the only, stud of the kind in the world I have one identical with it in my pocket." "No doubt. I had two stolen."—Dp ti oit !Free Press. Hovr to Grow 40c Wheat. Salzer's Fall Seed Catalogue tells you. It's worth thousands to the wide­ awake farmer. Send 4-cent stamp for catalogue and free samples of grains and grasses for fall sowing. John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse. Wis. What He Meant. He—Yes, it is a liot night and yet there is a good deal of air stirring. She—I hadn't noticed any breeze. He—No, I meant the air in bicycle tires.—Washington Times. the Agents "Wanted. The Home Life Insurance 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. — 3 October 1896

•p -v. ft T°LUME Yw $ ^r-j v'- if St* I x! a mt &R ,r.yJ |SfJ '•^fffe' of the oe&t known residents' of Sudd's Hollow was'Ephraim Stark ?m "weather, more familiarly known as Old a? Bpti. Old Eph was a little, dried-up •-, sman, with bristling gray chin whiskers and a twinkling eye that looked out from under bushy brows. No one knew how old he was, for he had been tthe first settler at Pudd's Hollow and -those who 'had fololwed him could not & .hemember that he aver looked any younger. Gene Tompkins, the post master, said he recokpned Eph was be ••. tween 100 and 200 years old, but he "wouldn't venture to say that he wasn't nigh onto 300.". it In the face of all these speculations old Eph kept his peace, and when the boys asked him solemnly .if he remem bered seeing Gen. Washington, and Whether or not he was present at j, the battle of Bunker Hill, his eyes only twinkled slyly, and he passed it off as a joke. For he knew as well as ?iny one-that the boys were only in fun, ...

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. — 3 October 1896

If ty„ ,cg?pB COOK COUNTY HERALD. OwfiGfix, Papbb op Cook cotwtf?M ^CH^ig MURPHY, Editor and Pfopjetor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance, OB4.NO MARAIS, MJNN., OCT. 8,1896. A Oreetip^r to Bryan* Th8 following cable message, Bifjnea by delegates $o the International Agri­ cultural Congress called at Budapest by the JJunftarian Minister of Agriculture, ftap been received by the Democratic candidate for President of the Pnited /States: p§ /To Mr. WilUam'^ennla^B^ quarters Pejnqoratio party, Chioago: "We, the undersigned, members of the International Agricultural Congress con •ened nt Budapest, wish Von success in yonr struggle against the domination of the creditor olass, whioh during the past twenty-three years has secured, both in America and in Europe, Monetary legis­ lation destructive of the .prosperity of four farmers antfothers. "Should you be yiotorioua in November we pledge ourselves to spare no effort to bring immediate pressure upon our res­ pective governments to co-operate w...

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. — 3 October 1896

V,. vV* w. OS" iiOCAL INTEESTVr John Logan left on the Dixon Thurs­ day afternoon for Duluth. A ohild bora xn Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Evorson died this morning. John 0. Enokson left Thursday after- aoon frieuds in West Du­ luth. IfcltKV •The Dixon is again taking fish .twice a week from the fishermen along the north shore. Mrs. .John Matheson is visiting with the family Gounty Commissioner Engel *on at'CSarlton Peak. John Husey and family left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon to tnirA up he so no in The Lutsen school -will be taught the «oming term by a Mr. Garter, of Duluth, •who arrived there Wednesday evening. Thos. J. Sheridan of Grand Bapids, Mioh., who is interested in Cook oonnty zeal estate, spent a few days in town this week. Oonnty Attorney Martin and Geo. H. Inland 0. S. Durfee went down to Mr. Mar i^tin's homestead yesterday to harvest his potatoeorop. Lyman H. Anstin, of Grand Bapids, Mioh., who holds large interests in Gook •oonnty real estate, was in town a few...

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. — 3 October 1896

OF JuOOAIi INTEBST John Logan left'on the "Dixon Thurs­ day aftotnoon for Duluth. A ohild bora ^on Thursday to Mri and Mrs. Andrew Effinon died this morning. John 0. Erioksen left Thursday after­ noon |or a rait mth friends in West Da lath. •The Dixon is again taking fish twice a week from the fishermen along the north *hore^r, Mrs, John Matheson is visiting with the family Oounty Oommissioner Engel *on at Carlton Peak. John Hussy and family left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon to take up their nesidenoe in Duluth. S *The Lutsen school will be taught the ootning term by a Mr. Garter, of Duluth, -who arrived there Wednesday evening. ^Thoe. J. Sheridan of Grand Rapids, .. Mioh., who is interested in Gook county zeal estate, spent a few days in town this ••^^•week. ttllll Gounty Attorney Martin'and Geo. and 0. S. Durfee went down to Mr. Mar­ tin's homestead yesterday to harvest his potato© crop. Lyman H. Austin, of Grand Rapids, Mioh., who holds large interests in Gook •county real est...

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. — 3 October 1896

fit Good* Blood is what gives strong nerves, vigor, Titality. Good blood and good health copaa by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Be sure to get Hood's and only H' 1 S a "'"The latest creation of the modiste is known as the "speaking" gown, but as far as can be learned the name does fs| not imply either hidden mechanism or wii any fresh achievement on the part of the magician. The prosaic truth, stat hk ed in prosaic English, reveals only the LS fact that the dressmaker who prepares her patron for the platform has a doub- Uy difficult task. Women: who make up audiences have not ceased as yet to in & dulge in criticisms concerning the cos •3 tume of the lecturer, and as the gown, •M*i- in question is liable to be under inspec- H|| tion for a considerable period of time, ff': it behooves the artist to make it ideally perfect.|-!5 \T-i [i'* Dishonored Drafts. Ff/ When the stomach dishonors the drafts W$ made upon it by the rest of the system, it is necessarily because Its fund of strengt...

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. — 17 October 1896

«ff is x! W a- Visit- VOLUME V. IUCRETIA FARLEY. other children lurked beneath her win­ dow "daringjf' her to come out and play iangalow.V Her brothers and sisters asked her to do their tasks and secretly regarded her as "soft" for her pains. During their short married life she fetcned and carried for her husband as would a spaniel and took his rough words with the same doglike submis siveness. When Mark Farley died— frank people said none too soon—her youngest sister, Maud, came to live' "with her. Maud .was -big and raw ,* boned, with ashy blonde hair and a temper which would have tried the meek St. Francis. At first Lucretia's friends hoped that she would be eman­ cipated by her sister's marriage, but as Maud slipped from 20 to 30 unwed the hope died. ^-^^Meanwhile Lucretia continued to do her duty. She visited hypochondriacs and cross old people, who poured into her patient ears all-their symptoms and complaints. She really felt guilty when she made a call at a pleasant home whe...

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. — 17 October 1896

•gm 1 jft? tec Terms, $1.00 yeajr fnAdvance. i\v 'K j* r'V' 'S' GRAND MABAIS, ttlNN.,OOT. 17,1896. Y'i The People's Ticket. ?r-' The Peoples party county convention held at the court house last Monday afternoon was a grand success in every ,,pppse of the term. It was a Convention that would do credit to any party in any oommunity. It was a business convention, conducted pn business methods, in the business interests of the county of Oook. Every precinct in the county was fully repre­ sented and it is but reasonable to pre sume that the doings of that represent­ ative body of oitizens will meet the approval of tho voters at the polls. It was a conyention of the people and the candidates nominatad for county offices wil|, when eleoted, be free to administer the affairs of the Oounty for the greatest^ good to the greatest number. Unbiased by. self interest we believe that it can be trathfully said that the People's ticket is composed of men who, without an exception, are capable of fil...

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. — 17 October 1896

2#X •4 taw fmiv •m titanium ^.y, ,0V -j^ Johnson went evenin sw* ipy -sps® Barney McCoy ot Hovland was a dele Rate to the Republican convention Satur­ day. A. Delamater shot a goose in the bay Monday evening. Did you hear about it? C: Mrs. J. E. Mayhew and daughter, Carrie, left on the^Diion Thursday even ing tor Duluth. Gust Olson, Hans Gilbertson and John Roberg went to Duluth on the Dixon Thursday evening. Auditor Fisher went to Duluth Thurs­ day evening to look after the printing of county ballots. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bindal are rejoic ing over the arrival of a bouncing boy at their home on Monday last. Prof. Ostergren and Register Tucker left this morning for Hovland where they will addles a meeting t.hia evening. Mrs. John Matheson returned Sunday evening from a visit with the family of CSounty Commissioner Engelson at Carl­ ton Peak. 'ii," Ole Gunderson, Andrew Christianson, (4f A. S. Carlson and Sander Jen toft repre sented the Hovland precinct at the con vention Monday. The ...

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. — 17 October 1896

g. Wfc )|N03 Us": fltPi II" V. filcctrlc Eye* for the Blind. A story hails from Russia About a new instrument for making the blind to see, said to be the invention of Dr. Noishewski. The principle of the in­ strument is the sensitiveness to light of selenium and tellurium, both ol which change their quality as conduc­ tors of electricity with variations in the light to which they are exposed. In stating that the blind can "see" by this instrument a relative meaning only is .intended. While their actual vision will be unaffected, they will feel the various effects of changing light by its action. It is ^claimed that Dr. Noishewski has enabled a totally blind man to find the windows in a room, and after a little practice to distin­ guish approaching men from approach­ ing animals. It is further stated that the inventor is at woiik.upon improve­ ments to his device, which he hopes to make so efficient that the blind will bo able to tell almost with certainty when they are approaching o...

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. — 24 October 1896

f- VOLUME 4 *1- .-.V END OF THE MATA BELA GOD. An American Scout and Hia Com­ panion Save Many liives. Almost every fine evening in Picca­ dilly or on the Row in London you may see a tall, slight, middle-aged man with gaunt, weather-beaten cheeks, a. sun­ burned mustache, quiet eyes, as sharp as a scimetar, and a slouch hat. An American of course. Promenaders stop to look at the outre figure in the slouch hat Fash­ ionable men tooling along the drive­ way gaze at him with interest. Pretty women level upon him their lorgnettes and their languid glances. It is Burnham, the American scout Burnham, the killer of N'dubi the M'limo of the Matabele. the taking of one. Burnham is coming to America. He has shaken from his feet, for a time, the sands of the Zambesi, and the dust of the wild aroos, and in the land of his birtft he will take his ease until sent for again by Cecil Rhodes, the au­ tocrat of South Africk. A Cruel Life, an Ignoble Death. This is the story of the life and death of N...

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 November 1896

-4- 4 p.ssstJ VOLUME V. I k4MM THE PEflflliY NflUTIIiUS flflD ITS ptfDflED. -$S Likewise the naturalist, if he desires to understand thoroughly living things, must have knowledge of the related forms which have perished from the earth. He must learn the succession ftbese forms and the modifications which they have Undergone during the lapse of ages. But*it is still moi*e necessary that the student of fossil animals should under V|!§|f stand the structure and habits of those who now live. These statements may be confirmed by a study of the nauti­ lus. The animal itself belongs among the rarities the shell is common and well known. Field Columbian Muse­ um possesses an alcoholic specimen of the animal in its shell, and a consider­ able number of the shells, some whole, others sectioned so as to show the in- OrtlioceriiB. ternal structure. Some of these are small others reach a diameter of nine inches The form of the shell may be seen from the figure the tints which adorn It are indesc...

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 November 1896

SI ti spK Terms, fl.OO# Year Jn AdwM&ee. ®|6i4 GRAND UAB4IS/W* OCTI, 81,1896. ENGLAND'S BEST SCOUT, /Lmario.?tn Wlio Balled .Great M^tabeld Doctor. :ran P?) j-v*. f1' ••mi: fe .1® tljLQ pe J* a Fighter from Texas Engaged in Sp^th Africa—A Lon^ Ride on Hps? tilo Soil—The Shootiaj of „.-. Bt'IlipOr Wherever you go yoji find the Ameri­ can, and lie is never in the rear ranks. The beat scout in the Matabele war *3 .an American, Bumhapa, a Texan, -^ho wears -a Texan sombrero And rides a Texas saddle. He fights for the pleas­ ure pf fighting'. "His education and his natural powers of iqduotiye reasoning," soy? an English newspaper correspond­ ent, "raise hijcn at pnce Jo a high rank among the scouts pf this or any other countrty." Burnhaan's eyps are t(he won der of all beholders. They are small, roving, blue eyes. Women fall in love with them. Cecil Rhodes says they can see right through a mountain when Matabele is on the other side of it. An­ other correspondent declares the sin­ ew...

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 November 1896

i^ J||. kMjHv *«a hS id* j&js OF I^A* IN tb'ESV riiv :&© who lovekksour Sonp shall get his fill* •sS§n1n4«- a^at'f '•Jraitt., t-r fiarlpnof I^n^ea -Was ia town f.« yesterday. iu* i!?^ «-,, aj AutiiiorFisher went^olDuluth Thurs­ day afternoon. John Carlson went toDuluth Thurs­ day afternoon. W W S Thursday afternoon. ip. Hans Gilbertson went to Duluth on ithe Dixon Thursday. Mrs. C. A. Fnllerton returned from JDuluth Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Olson left for Du­ luth Thursday afternoon. County Commissioner Engelson was in town-afew days this week. A. ijfirl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wncu Howenstine yesterday, it. O. Dahlman left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon for Duluth. WZ sj large party of Cook county voters left for their homes in Duluth, Superior and other points Thursday. T. B. Lowis, C. A. Fullerton and John Drouillard returned last evening from a couple of weeks1 sojourn in the eastern part of the oounty. A party of Lutsenites consisting of C. A. Nelson, Ed. Joh...

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 November 1896

I I, 9. v. A I. f: I. r. fe folly as Important and beneficial tus spring medicine, for at this season there is great ianger to health in the varying temperature, lold storms, malarial germs and prevalence jf fevers and other diseases. Danger may b« avoided by x-1--- Sarsaparilla the best—In fact the One True Blood Purifier. H/wvH'c Dill? assist Digestion and cure nooa S "illS Constipation. 25 cents. Do Your Best. "When I was a little boy," said a gentleman one day to a friend with (Whom he was talking, "I paid a visit to my grandfather. He was an aged man and wore a black velvet cap and knee-breeches with large silver buckles at the knees. When I went to say good-by to him he took me between ihis knees, kissed me kindly, and, lay­ ing his hand on my head, he said: 'My dear boy, I have only one thing to say to you. Will you try and remember It?' I looked him-in the face and said, 'I will, grandpa.' 'Well,' said he, 'it 'is this* What­ ever you have to do, always do the best you can.'...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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