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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 August 1897

SI* Ifv t. I- Ste'SSL £HE COpK COUNTY HERALD. QFMCf AL PAP^F .gf COOK Qqptrey. jCHRIS Ijl.U^PHy, Editor and Propietor. TV9* tl.00.fk yeaf in Advtyiqe. X3RMS£MARAJ8, MJN.y., AJJG. 14. ,1897. Hfc DROPPED HIS PIPE,.'? •4 A^d ,the Loif Naturally Cauned Him Son^e Annoyance. -x Qne kafter^iopn last summer I was- ^landnj^ o& .the- great frridge suspension "ju§t below ^Niagara falls look- jng $.t .the gfte&t pataract and admiring £h,e -wonderful colors of the ^reen and il,ue jiver 20Q feet below. Several work­ men were engaged in painjting, the jbridge, .anchl became interested in their operations. It required no little en ^ir^eering skill to rig up an apparatus by which to enable a painter to traverse -the giant guy rppe cables which radiate frpjn the center of the bridge, fan «hape, toward Either end of the struc­ ture, A painter's platform four feet square was suspended from one of these ^cables by a trolley arrangement, a .grooved wheel running on the cable. By paeans of a rope ...

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 August 1897

OF LOCAL. INTEREST. ^Treasurer Johnson left tTneBday morn­ ing for a visit tc^Chicago and Manistee. Dr, T. W. Mayhew reamed Wednes -day evening from a visit to Daluth and .St ^v--• -V'-r Mrs. Hans Wanneboe and sister ar |jff^ rived here from Duluth "Wednesday ev |pf ening to visit friends. T. B. Lewis came up from Grand Port /1 age Wednesday and left Thursday on the JDixon for Chicago. J1/, ,, Jos. :Borns left with his sailing yacht |s|» and part of'his stock of goods for Grand |i| Portage Tnosday morning. V'-' T. JEL N -^1 & Schelin, agent for A. M. Morrison & ,\ Co* school furnishers, Daluth, was in town the first of the week. W S^rA%iirMise Kosa Soott left Thursday after fe&r*.QQQQ fpr a mm Im visit with the family of County Commissioner Engelsonat Carlton Peak. £J|tV?ff1John and Andrew Tofte, of Carlton Peak, and Hedley Bedmeyer, of Cross .g Hiver, visited friends in town a few days this week. Grosverior, who taught the Orand Marais school three years ago, ar lived h...

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 August 1897

®I ~$sL "SfM1' Lc Finesse. 'Thtey tell me that Pawnley is just coir.ing money." "That's right. He had sense enough to locate his three-ball institution where he could catch the fellows on their way back from the races." Shake Into Your Shoes. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet It cures painful, swollen, smart­ ing feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It is the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous and hot, Ured, aching feet Try it to-day. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores. By mail for 25c in stamps. Trial package FREE. Address Allen S. Olmsted, La Boy, N. Y. Not His Fault. '"Wife—You told me that you would go to the seashore every season after we were married. Husband—And I would have kept my promise at any cost had your fath­ er known enough to fail. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. Price, 75c. No Special Privileges. First Populist—I se...

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 August 1897

it I •y Sfr- 4 WEIRD GHOST DANCES '"""Sib, RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE ON THE WILD INDIANS. 5w,ss v" rhe Messiah's Teachings—The Indians wj-Believe That the Time Will Come "'When the Whole Indian Bftoe, living ^and Dead, Will Be Reunited. HE news from Id­ aho that three hun­ re a braves had left the reservation and had resumed the ghost dance struck ,, terror to the hearts of those living •within a hundred .miles of the reser­ vation.. Probably no form of religious revival among the Indians has so much influence upon .the red man as the ghost dance. The bureau of ethnology at Washington* through James Mooney, has for several years past made a special study of the ghost dance. In 1890 Mr. Mooney was preparing to go to the Indian territory under the auspices of the bureay of ethnology to continue researches among the Chero kees when the dance first began to at tract attention. He asked and aeceived permission to investigate the subject among the wilder tribes of the Terri tory. Proceeding dir...

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 August 1897

I .JStfcSV Sg&Sg&f3&«3£&? 'ti 3P,Sff COOK COUNTY HERALD, •OypiciAi, PAPK* OF COO? COUNTY. *vt CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Propietor. Terma, J.Q0 a Year in Advance. f||GRAND MAR4JS, MJNKi AVO- glf J#97. f'HE mm#® DROPPED HIS PIPE. fep|g|.A*4 IM I^»§ li»t«aliy pa iis«AHlii| ifH.?'' 'om® AnaoruM!e One gfternoon last summer I w&a ^jstandfrig''- qu tfee great suspension bridge just below Niagara falls look -O! |ng af, fcjie great'cataract and admiring pi the wonderful colors of the green and blue river^OO feet below. Several work ||^men were engaged in painting the bridge, and I becapae Interested in their v.? operations. It required no little en ^ginee^ing skill to rig up an apparatus by wfcick to enable a painter to traverse v*he gi#nt guy rope cables which radiate from the center of the bridge, fan ^hape, toward either end of the struc ture, A painter's platform four feet square was suspended from one of these eables by a trolley arrangement, a grooved wheel running 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. — 21 August 1897

•I* 1 V«r' OF LOCAL. INTEREST, Mrs. E. Behaon returned to Dnlnlh Thursday. Thos* Polkerts who lias been eajoyiiiR couple of weeks^vaajtion hew left ft* his home in Dnluth Thursday. T. H. liroevenor left on the Dixon Tuesday morning for Minneapolis after enjoying a week's visit with frieads here. Assistant County Attorney McPherrin, of ,|3t. Louis county, and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Titos, at Hovland, this week. Swamper Carriboo returned Monday from his trip across country to Ely. He reports times lively and quite a number of men at work in and about Ely .:^^ Oounty Attorney Titus was in town a few days this week. He will begin the erection of a -residence here soon, the lumber for which is now on the dock. St lis Rev. Slatdahl, a Norwegian minister from Duluth, held services on the west side of the bay Wednesday night and Thursday. He .returned, to Dnluth Thursday afternoon. August Lofgren, a popular West Du­ luth druggist has been elected to succeed Peter J. Borgstrom, as ...

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 August 1897

A H2BY0US WOMAN. Mr*. John Carpenter, Perry, Okla., emya: "I took a bottle of Pe-ru-na and t«c«lT«d great benefit from it could feel every dose I to ok go to the ends of my fingers. I suffered greatly headaches and my us was com lately broken dawn: ,.I felt sti much better after I had taken one bottle that I stopped It, but I have begun again now. I can truly recommend Pe-ru-na rto nervous people." Any woman who desires to become a regular patient of Dr. Hartman can do so by sending name, address, symp toms, and treatment, previously em­ ployed. This is an opportunity no ail­ ing woman should miss. Dr. Hartman lias become renowned through his suc­ cess in treating women's diseases. His -experience in these matters is vast. •Correspondence is strictly confidential. Ifo testimonials published without •written consent. Dr. Hartman relies principally upon Pe-ru-na in these -cases. Send for free book. Address The Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus. Ohio. "There is no danger of New...

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 August 1897

iff "jw. M- AN OLD CANNON "HOP. FURNACE RICH IN tipropcs rK^W'^ REVOLU- h' *•£%'$ and '*s TVliere^ TVasfiing ton's Gnus Were "Cast •fiw—Samucf Nutt, tae Original Founder, to America In 1814 and Found VJf»iItlch Deposits of Iron Ore. ROM the Philadel­ phia Times: Much spf C3 is devoted by the newspapers of to-day to -the woii derful new guns of recent invention 'and the mills where they are manufac­ tured. .. If only by way of comparison, a description is interesting of the ancient furnace now long since abandoned and almost forgotten, where the cannon was made that fought for us during the revolution. It is a quaint spot, hidden among the peaceful environment of hills and farms, yet replete with mem­ ories of historic interest. Cio'se by the ruined forges some of the old guns may still be seen, and they point out a meadow where, in 1777, a quantity of firing pieces were buried to eECipe seiz­ ure by the British. Then, too, the furnace is among the first established in Pennsylvania a...

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 August 1897

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OFCOOKCOCNTV. CH&IS MUBPHY, Editor and Fropietor. Terms, $1,00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAI8. MINN., AUG. «fi. 1897. ,J^^|MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. $•? -^Mexico has but 1,000 Germans. ~-*Russia'a population has increased jaearly 000j000 a year for 100 years. 5% Austria has 24 political parties rep­ resented in the lower house of the yeichsrath. —A Farmington (Me,) man 92 years old took a friend 84 years old out rid­ ing the other day behind a horse 31 years old, —A Frenchman politely passed tooth­ picks to a Turk at a banquet in Paris, Avho declined, saying: "No, thank you! 1 have already eaten two of the accursed things, and I want no more!" -—With a piece of string and a little sand and grease, some Hindoo convicts recently sawed through an iron bar two inches in diameter in five hours .and escaped from jail, according to the pioneer Mail. •—Under the terms of the new char­ ter the mayor of the Greater New York ooiust, before January 20, 189...

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 August 1897

(l Us. OF LOOAU INTEREST. A. W. Peterson, of Irateen, is in town. Dan MoDonough, of Lutsen, was in town'Thnrsday, |v Register Carkatt'is^eiting Hiaparents -j in Minneapolis. ^. We are pleased to acknoj?lfedg6"a sail from Judge Cant on Thursday. Treasurer Johnson returned Sunday l' evening from a trip to Manistee. Chris. Holte left Thursday for a visit with his mother who is q^uite ill in.Qu luib. C. S. Durfee left Thursday on the Dixon to seek employment in other Judge Cant was accompanied by Mrs. #f|Oant on his visit to Grand Marais this ^'§f§ Miss Hedvig Friedlund came down f^tl'from Lutsen Wednesday evening to visit «ic}^' herthpmestead. I.' C. A. Nelson, Ed. Johnson, Olof Fred jVricfeson and Chas. Swaqgop, of Lutsen, :weHe in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliason are rejoio ingover the arrival of a bouncing boy at their home in Ho viand recently. Second papers were issued to 41 appli­ cants by Judge Cant at the special term of court held at the court nouse Thurs­ day. R. Dow...

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 August 1897

IflkfHSK ®i§? & tr Had 'uost Caste. "You no longer recognize Miss Barnes?" "No. I can't afford to." .-'Why not?" "She is riding a 'AG wheel, while I liave a '97 model."—Chicago Post. TTASHING A FINE ART. "Ever since spinning was a typo of womanly industry from age to age, it has been expected that beautiful apparel should clothe women. From the classic robes of Aspasia to the rich dresses of Elizabeth, and thence to the wedding gown of Pur­ itan Priscella we see the attractiveness of dress." But at this time only has it be­ come possible for all women to be becom­ ingly attired at a small cost, the supply of beautiful inexpensive drass fabrics now to be had, making it an easy matter. Yet there are women who insist that the ex­ pense of having summer gowns laundered is greater than the original cost, and that in the end light woolens or summer silks are more economical. This is a mistaken idea, as washing pretty belongings is a fine art, which is very easy to learn. Any girl no m...

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. — 4 September 1897

TEACH THEM TO COOK. INDIAN WOMEN GOOD NATURED AND READY TO SMILE. Loath to Confess Ignorance—Rose Medlelne-Blrd's Experience With the Scrvbbiug Broth—Scenes on Issue Day —Learning Collnary Art. TANDING on eith­ er side of the long table, watching with attentive eyes that help the un­ derstanding of the unfamiliar lan­ guage, they show themselves ready pupils, using the strange cook in utensils with an adaptation that has no awkwardness in it," says a writer in the American Kitchen Magazine. "They are not quick, but exact, and nothing seems to be too much trouble, although one wo­ man said: 'She make us wash our hands very much when we cookl' The yeast lesson is often asked for, and as we teach the simple potato yeast, without hops, it is quickly learned and very helpful in putting good bread into the homes. Occasionally we have found on visiting the cabins an array of crisp, brown loaves that would do credit to a Boston cooking school. "The physician complains that these people eat ...

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. — 11 September 1897

S 0 A I THE UNKNOWN. (Translated from the French ot Mau rice-Montegut.) I HE cemeteries of cities are like great hotels where the close proximity of people in different classes of life is not always happy. The walls of partition seem to leak a se­ cret horror of un­ rest there is some­ thing of constraint, «of .promiscuosity, of cold dignity in the 'obligatory relations of body to body. •Here the dead are not at home. mil® I In 'the graveyards of the country:, among the thick flowing underbrush "and 'the quiet of the wide fields, -is a better repose for us after our stormy ^struggles. A- cemetery thus situated, •the center of far reaching horizons, inspires one with a desire to die. To lie down here and sleep seems good. "But most peaceful of all are theTealms 'of the dead in marine "villages, at the e'dge of the sea, within sound of the: luring of the' running waves which sing an eternal song on the eternal sleep, amid the wail of the wiind over the ancient tombs. One day about fif...

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. — 11 September 1897

MP THE COOS COUNTY HERALD.. .Official Pa^ei op Coo$County. •GHBig MURPHY,Editor Mjid Propietoar. Terms, $1.00 ^Yeaj^n Advan,qe. GRA3MD MA RAJS. MJNN.,SEPT.I11.1897«* .^PUD-TliyiE SWEETNESS GONE. jNolnues Is Jlow-Made Into Rum, and ,r jBirawn Sugar .Can't Be Bought. *"Tlie pjid-fasliioned molasses is rap Idly .disappearing l§ sweet as an article of com- jnerce," said a prominent grocer, re ports tlie Eastport (Me.) Sentinel, "and jn its place have come a number of sir­ ups, which are more costly, and by no means as satisfactory, especially to the little ones, who delight, as we did -when we were young,"in having 'lasses ,on their bread. Most of the molasses goes into the distilleries, where it is inaJe into rum, for which, notwith­ standing th^e efforts of our temperance wprlc^rs, the demand is constantly on -the increase, especially in the New Eng­ land states and for the export trade. •The regular djrinlcer of rum will take no other liquors in its place if he can help it. It seems ...

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. — 11 September 1897

fM ^Treasurer- Johnson .^ent -to thijuth •. fTn&hsy*"". ..." r*. v. -. .%• .^v ^y':'. -4m.ifcfakrfrMri1'... Thursday evening. 4_ 1 ,*' ®owma^ f©turned- fromV&nlttth' Sunday evening. Miss Morgan of iCuluth, is the guest of Mrs. Glaus Hanson. .-• ,{V #), Mrs. Benson went to DulutTi Thurs­ day to make final proof on her home­ stead. R. S. Howe and Felix Beaudet left on the Dixon Tuesday^. ..morning for Two Harbors. ilQuite a" number of our farmers went to Duluth Taesday to prove up on their homesteads. |Mr8.*E. R. Smith and granddaughter, fijji Miss Ella Mayhew, went to Duluth Wm Jos. Burns left this morning for the ^•4' South shore "with his schooner and part of his stock of goods Miss Anna Donovan, who will tekoh the Hoyland school the comming term, arrived from St. Paul Sunday evening. Miss Clara Murphy, of West Duluth, arrived here Sunday evening to accept a position as teacher of one of the Maple schools. Clark H. Carhart has leased the Grand Marais hotel and has taken cha...

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. — 11 September 1897

?MP' !t#i® Is 'sv//, it! ik? JlpALL'S i| Vegetable "Sicilian HAIR RENEWER Beautifies and restores Gray Hair to its original color and vitality |Jiprevents baldness cures itching and dandruff. A fine hair dressing. R. P. Hall & Co., Props., Nashua, N. H. Sold by all Druggists. LOOP POISON Primary, Sao ondaryorTei* permanently cured In 16 to 86 days. Yon canbe treated me for same price under same guaraa* ty. If-you prefer to come here we will coo* tract to payraJlroadfareandhotelbins,M)d ttocharge, If we fall to core. If yon hav6 taken mer tnry, to dido potash, and still have aches and Baina,.niueoitfPatchet in month, Sore Throat Pimples, Copper Colored Spots* Ulcers on any out, •we aples, Copper Colored Spots, Ulcers on part of the body, Hair or Eyebrows falling it Is this Secondary BLOOD POISON Ha case we oaxmot cur«. This disease has always baffled the skill of the most eminent phyu* Clans. S500,000 capital behind onr uncdndfc larantr. Absolute proofs sent sealed oi Woman's Way...

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. — 18 September 1897

va. a 0 Si IS?* ^'S •/Mm jTDST AS SHE SAID. T'S just what I al­ ways predicted," groaned old' Mrs. Merrydew "I knew this sort of thing," with' a -gla around her cool, airy kitchen, where the ball-frin curtains fluttered in the breeze and the tall clock told' off th'e seconds" with leisurely deliberation, "was a deal too good to last! I dream­ ed last night that I saw ..Sam in his winding sheet, and this morning when the letter came I knew what wa^' in it, word for word, before ever I broke the seal!" "What has happened?"'eagerly ques­ tioned Hitty Johnson, the village gos­ sip, who had stopped on her way to the place where she was engaged for a day's work at dressmaking to ask how Mrs. Merrydew's rheumatism was. "He ain't—dead?" "Dead!" croaked thef.old lady, "what a start you do give one, to be sure! Dead—of course he. aip.%. deadl He's only—married!" "Well, I declare," said Hitty,\^if that don't beat all! Your Sam married!" "Married last week,"-said Mrs. Mer­ rydew, "and going to ...

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. — 18 September 1897

7 TBE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAP?I OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propletor. Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance.'' GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. SEPT. 18.1897. CAUGHT THE EDUCATED CRAB. Hail Spoiled Cap'n Sph'g Flohins, Was Landed by Eiedford Rum.' The Educated Crab came to grief the other day and Cap'n Eph Browles vis ited the village to celebrate the event. When last seen, bound over the hills of -V Hardscrabble, lie was close hauled and laying a course as tortuous as the wake of a mackerel smack beating to wind fef^fward againet tide and a stiff no'th Ip^easter. lit '. IP Cap'n. Eph had beek fishings for the Educated Crab ever since he was so afflicted with rheumatism that he had to knock off cruising between "Bishop v^/s and Clerk's lighthouse and the Hand- Jcerchief ledge, and do all his fishing in the bay or off the breakwater. He had ijways maintained that the Educated st -Crab was raised in Buzzard's bay and f• -that it had legs around New Bedford. '!)Lt showed a vicious ...

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. — 18 September 1897

It At, 6 mm *ml. 1 OF LOQAii INTEREST. A. W. Petersen^ of Lutsen, is in totfcik Dan dpillace visited Lateen this week Mrs. J. T,. Sober# has been quite ill ^rthe pnst week. -im Hill.is Andrew Everson, of Maple on the sick liBt. Treasurer John eon returned from Du­ luth Sunday evening .-'-.. Mrs. Ohristianson, who has been very ill with hemorrhage Q^kj^.l^ags, is re­ covering. Mr&lX Best, of Bayfield, arrived here -Wednesday evening to visit her mother, Mrs. J. T. Roberg. Mr. and Mrs* M. Johnson went to Du luth 'jphursday. While th6re Mr. John­ son will make final proof on his hoine etead. Ye editor was very agreeably surprised by a number of his friends at his home last Saturday evening. The party ad­ journed to the court house where a few pleasant hours were spent in music aud dancing. -County Commissioner Olson, H. Gil ^ertson, P. Rindel, John Johnson, E. G. Soderberg, 0. Haghtnd, A. A. Lindskog |*. and Mrs. Benson returned from Duluth 's Sunday, evening after making final pro...

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 September 1897

Our I H, Mte.. ifcfe Our I's are jiikt as strong as tliey were fifty yeara ago, when we have cause to use them. But we have less and less cause to praise ourselves, since others do the praising, and we are more than willing for you to see us through other eyes. This is how we look to S. F. Bojce, whole sale and retail druggist, Duluth, Minn., who after a quarter of a century of observation writes: ^4i I have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla forlhbfe'ttS^^ye^^7 both at wholesale and retail, and have never heard any thing but words of praise from my customers not a single complaint has ever reached me. I believe Ayer's Sar­ saparilla to be the best blood purifier that has been intro­ duced to the general public." This, from a man who has sold thousands of dozens of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is strong testimony. But it only echoes popular sentiment the world over, which has Nothing but words of praise for Ayer's Sarsaparilla*" Any doubt about it? Send for the Cureboolc.'* '••{-.'--"t It kills doubt...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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