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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 August 1898

N! t* ..... A STAGE WAIT. It was a really fine affair. Chedder •Stow did the things well, as befitted the father of the bride, and the company wandered over hfs twenty-acre garden -and gazed and gorged and sunned themselves after the fashion of their kind. Though I knew very well what it would be like, I ran down on his in­ vitation, and was now,. of course, re­ gretting I had come, as I pensively picked out a clematis-shaded seat and fell to watching the poses of three young girls in enormous sleeves who were attitudinizing near a bank of white lilies, with something, too, of the flower's sweet stateliness about them, despite the harlequinade of •dress and speech and manner. A prettily defined pentagonal shadow tell at my feet, and, looking around, I saw Mme. de Tocqueville coming to a halt before me. She is just as well known as Arbuscula—only in another way—the kindliest, wickedest little la­ dy who ever stabbed a reputation to •death or planted a bunch of epigrams upon the grave...

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. — 6 August 1898

It &*> l«n? ZP THE C9O2^O0M?'Y HERALD. W OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COCNTY.%^ Oil BIS MUR PHY ,JEdJ|or and Propietor. Terms* $1.00 a Ted^p' in Advance.. IF GRAND ftlARAIS. MINK.. AUG. G, KAFFIK iiOY'5 DARil^u rcAl, Kills a Veaomom Slack Snake for yh. $. Small Rerrardi .»v yoad party, 66iiiprlsing tlie usual gang of Kaffirs, witli a white man as su­ perintendent, was employed on the con (.suction, of a road in the Tugela val­ ley, Natal, pfcout 30 or more years ago. In the course of their wgj\k they came on a huge stone which it was necessary to remove, but beneath it was the home of a large black mamba, well known to the neighboring inhabitants as being old, and therefore very venomous. The mamba is the most deadly of the South African'snakes, and the superintend­ ent anticipated some trouble over that rock. He offered a bribe,for the snake's skin, and the gang "wowed" and sat down to "bema gwi" (take snuff). But •a slim youth sauntered forward and •amid the jeers and protestatio...

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. — 6 August 1898

1 OP IjOCALI INTEREST. Robert Howenstine returned Wednes­ day from a trip to ijalutli. Mrs. John Matheson has been very ill during the paet week with measles, ll J• H. Nordby, one of Tjwo Harbors' leading merchants, visited friends in -town this lf| Andrew E. Olsnn, Gust and Ghas. An­ derson, Andrew Everson and tsaao John Bon returned Sunday evening from Du luth. X. "H Wm. Gfetiiy,* of'Ddluth, fished Devil's Traok river between boats Thursday. He suooeed in capturing a fine string of the speckled beauties. John F. Howenstine, who has been at. -work in the Canadian gold fields for some time past, arrive 3 here on the Dix­ on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Eliason and An­ drew Ghristianson of Hovland, passed through town on the Dixon Thursday afternoon on tbeiT way to Duluth. M. Murphy left .Tuesday morning for visit with his family in West Duluth. He was accompanied by his daughter, Miss Celia, who has been visiting here. Andrew Pederson returned from»Du luth Sunday evening ...

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. — 6 August 1898

w.i g|te I Have- n^Jll Wo Stomach I 'Said Jolly man of 40, of almost alder* manic rotundity, "since taking Hood'* «araapar«Ia." What he meant was that hia grand digestive tgnic had ao com­ pletely cured all distress and disagreeable dyspeptic symptoms that he lived, ate *nd slept incomfort. You may be put into this delightful condition if you will take flood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. Becamei of Roy, Anyway? esteemed morning contemporary -says: "Roy swam out considerably teyond -his depth, when, because of his inability to swim, he found it im tpossible to get back to shore." What is the reader to infer from this —that Roy could swim or that he could net?—Detroit Jounal. Important to Mothers.' The manufacturers of Castoria have been compelled t^ spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to familiarise the public with the sig matureof Chas H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated by reason of pirates counterfeit in? the Castor la trade ipark. This counter­ feiting is a 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. — 13 August 1898

-•^^ssgajr 9M TSu.rf«^v,f fesyNI •r 'i,, ••&-.- •.,$*• tiii One of the most formidable of the confederacy's ships was the Alabama, commanded by Capt. Semmes. This was still afloat in 1864 and already had done immense damage to United States shipping. She was seen only in Eu­ ropean and more distant waters. Her last voyage was a prosperous one into the south Atlantic and Indian oceans, during which she had captured sixty seven vesels, of which forty-five were destroyed. She returned,to European waters early in the summer cf 1864 and took refuge in the French harbor of Cherbourg. At that time the United States steamer Kearsarge, commanded by Capt. John A. Winslow, was lying in the Dutch port of Flushing. The American consul at Cherbourg immedi­ ately informed Winslow by telegraph of the presence of the Alabama, when he left Flushing and proceeded with the Kearsarge to look after the pirate ship. At Cherbourg on June 24 appeared the Kearsarge and as soon as it ar­ rived Semmes, und...

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. — 13 August 1898

teesassgggg %yA A* $$8k$:r-'s te4t & rj' yHB COOK COUNTY HERALD. $H' '$^1 OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. ^jprp^'lS' CHfilS MURPHY, Editor aud Propietor. I? V' ih Terms, $l.QOa Year ly Advance.. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. AUG. 13.1898. 1 —V :. LILIAN BELL AS A SAILOR. j8h# Say a She Trayjels Better Flat ,. When Voyo.sring on the Eng Hah Channel. ID. crossing the channel there is every­ thing in knowing how, writes Lilian P^ll, describing her yachting experi­ ences on the English channel in the Ladies' Home Journal. I have dfsr parded the private stateroom. It is too expensive, and I am not a bit less un­ comfortable than when occupying six feet of the settee in the ladies' &abin, jvith my feet on the flowers of another woman's hat. In fact, I prefer the lat­ ter. The other woman is always too ill to protest Or to move. I have now, by long and patient practice, proved to my pwn satisfaction what serves me best in case of seasickness. I will not stay pi* deck. I will not eat or drink...

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. — 13 August 1898

4 llwifa.'w W Hi & 'ftOPLOCAJjIMTBRJSST ffcVifaane Johnson went to Dqluth yeeter 'day. Sverka Bindal returned from Duluth Wednesday evening. ,% Kkaj Titus returned from Duluth s& Wednesday evening, Hans Gilbertson returned from Du­ luth Sunday evening. H.Mayhew was a passenger for Du iufch on the Dixon yesterday. 't County Commissioner Olson went to Duluth yesterday on business. John Morrison and family went down to Grand Portage the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ingalls of Duluth were in town a few days the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson are visiting with the family of County Commissioner Engelsen at Tofte. A government boat conveying the light house inspector called at this port Thursday morning. Mrs. Elling Olson returned home Wednesday evening from a couple of weeks'visit in Duiuth. Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Eliason and Andrew Christianson of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on their return home from Du­ luth. Jas. Coggswell, editor o...

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. — 13 August 1898

& \r "I'm So Tired!" •?,4|vAfl tired In the morttibg ''u wlien I go to fapd! Why is it? v,f Shnptjr because your blood is in such a poor, thin, elnggiah condition it does not keep up 4 your strength and you do not get the benefit of your sleep. To feel strong and keep strong just try the tonic and purifying effects of Hood's Sarsaparilia. 7 Our word for it, 't will do you good. Hood's Sarsaparilia Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure ail Liver Ills. 25 cents. Man. First Sweet Young Thing—Hasn't he lovely eyes? Second Sweet Young Thing—res but lie drinks awfully. First Sweet Young Thing—But isn't his moustache too sweet for anything? Second Sweet Young Thing—It ia pretty, certainly but they say he is such a terrible gambler. First Sweet Young Thing—^What a charming smile he has? Second Sweet Youpg Thing—But he Is so shockingly immoral. First Sweet Young Thing—O, well, dear, you can't have everything in a man, can you?—Ally Sloper. Try Allen's iooc-iuase. A powder to ...

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. — 20 August 1898

st iV/t''"1 •:". A€ §S •'i H?r\4' «)r'Bi *v H4* GEAUDPA'SCOURTSHIP .1. ,. "So you youngsters want a war story," sighed Grandpa Sawyer, glanc ing fondly over the merry group of children and. grandchildren that had as sembled to celebrate his sixtieth birth day and Wondering what he could pos­ sibly say on this august occasion that had not been repeated at least a score of times. "You might tell them about the time you fainted dead away," suggested grandma, with her. tender pensive smile, as she bent caressingly over his latest namesake fast asleep in her arms. Yielding to the clamorous entreaties of more than a dozen young voices, the veteran slowly proceeded: "You see, I was just out of Andersonville, and a little shaky even on an ordinary occa­ sion, and this was a most extraordinary occasion, being the day your grandma graduated at Holyoke. tv "I first enlisted for three months, full of fight and sure of victory, and I look­ ed so fine and tall in my blue uniform, I thought I'd go...

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. — 20 August 1898

Sr. F-.--: t: p,t if: fi |:v. ip §1 COOK COUNTY SERAI#, OFJKSfAJi PAPPJE OP COO? COUUTY.^' -^r CHRIS JfURPlT^, Editor and Pj-opietor. Terirjs, ll.QOtt.Yeap Jn Advance.. &X GRAND MA RAJS. MINN.. 4UQ. 30»J89S? ^FASCINATING FIRE ENOIN# fjiefe la a Brevey-FalHnsT Attractive^ About It in Whatever Phai« It Jfw Bp Seen. "There is something fascinating al fyays," said Mr. Goslingtoi* to a New York gun man,, 4'about a steam fire en­ gine, c.opld stand and watch one by the hour, and I find plenty of people ihat feel just the same way about it, /atnd we, that is to say, the people that jove the fife engine/can do that if it isn't .doing a^blessed thing but just standing jn the street. Wh&t I mean is this: "I happened the other day to see a Are that was over in a minute men put it out without throwing a stream on it. But this engine that I speak of hooked pn to a hydrant apd was ready to throw water if it was needed. It wasn't, and ihey took off the suction, put it back in place on the ...

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. — 20 August 1898

OF LOOAJU INTEREST. Ot» Gundenon, of Hovland, was in ffr'-towa this week. Ckwnmiwnoner Olson returned from Dnlath Sunday evening. J. E-JMayhew and daughter, Miss Gar ric^ went to .Dalath Tuesday. John. Howenstine returned Sunday f^«evening from a trip to Dolath. 1 ,^Mr. and Mr. H.T. Abbott are enjoying -camp Jife at the Devil's Track. •Mr.and Mrs. M.Johnson hare return .ed from a visit with friends at Tofte. Prof. Xange, of the" St Paul high Vj- .school, is eojoying a few weeks' vacation iiera S. F. Howenstxne went to Duluth Tuesday on business connected with the new railroad. Miss Julia Olson came down from Uu lath Wednesday for a visit with relatives on Maple hilL R.M. Hunter and family, ofDuluth, returned home yesterday after enjoying a week's outing here. |Wm.O. White, a prominent Duluth attorney, .attended to business at the joourt house Thursaay. John Morrison and family returned .yesterday from a Couple of weeks visit with frieuds.at Grand Fortiige. Judge Carhart returned fro...

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. — 20 August 1898

ft ^You Can v,.'. Get Tired By working hard, and then you can get rested again. But if yon are tired all the time it means that your blood is poor. You need to. take Hood's SarsapariUa, the great cure for that tired ieeling because I8 ihe^reat ki enf i°ier and vitalizer of the toss's Hood's SarsapariUa America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure nausea, indigestion. 25c. .A Shrewd Suspicion. "I 'wonder what has Interrupted Gen. Weyler's invasion of the nited States," said one Spaniard. "I don't know," replied another. Maybe it's an attack of insomnia."— Washington Star. Important to Mothers. The manufacturers of Castoria nave bee* compelled to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to familiarize the public with the sig­ nature of Chas H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated by reason of pirates counterfeit in? the Castoria trade mark. This counter­ feiting is a crime not only against the proprie­ tors of Castoria, but against the growing generation. All persons should be careful...

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. — 27 August 1898

IMhvww "Fighting Bob" Evans Graphically Describes the Annihilation of Cervera's Proud Fleet. The- -battleship Iowa was the first ship to see the Spanish fleet coming out of the harbor on the morning of July 3. Somebody on the bridge shouted: "What's that black thing coming out of the harbor?" A mo­ ment later the Iowa was at general quarters and the signal was hoisted that the enemy' ships were coming out. A gun was fired to attract the atten­ tion of the'fleet at 9:33 a. m. "Fight­ ing Bpb" S3 vans, the commander of the Iowa, was sitting in his cabin, talking to his son, a cadet on the Massachu­ setts, who, luckily, had been left be­ hind in a picket launch when the Mas­ sachusetts went to Guantariamo to coal at dawn. Capt. Evans' Story. Capt. Evans' account of the battle., as told in the cabin of the Iowa to a correspondent of the Associated Press, is intensely interesting. He said: "At the time 'general quarters' was sounded the engine bell rang full speed ahead, and I put the he...

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. — 27 August 1898

mr i.. fit i- r"*Hj r: p. te' «wm S ili ft* ¥0W-k COOK COUNTY HERALD. ,., OFFICIAL PAPSP. OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. yernjs, $1,00 a Year4n Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN.. AUG. 27,1898. In another column will be found a report of the distribution of fish and SftgB from the government fish hatchery Duluth -which was kindly furnished us by the officials of that institution. One needs only to glance at this report to appreciate the grand work being done by this hatchery in the propagation of fish, yet it is not Sufficient to perpetuate the fishing industry of this part of Lake Superior. A gentleman well up in piscatorial matters said to the wrijter recently that there should be at least three hatcheries in the territory now covered by the Duluth station and he expressed the opinion that if the matter was properly represented to the department there would be no difficulty jn securing the location of ,a hatchery on the North Shore. Would it pot fee a wise plan for ...

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. — 27 August 1898

OF LOCAJ-'INTBREST.N'f •vS:.'fe Dr. T. W. Mayhew went to Duluth & Tuesday, 'f'" 1 Noel Hamlin, of Lutseo, was in town this week. Dan MoDonough was in town a few daysittes week. S. P. Woodbury left for West Superior yesterday morning, Frank Kadonce and wife returned Tuesday morning from Fort William. .Misses Lizzie and Mary Howenstine returned to ^their home in I/uluth this week. Swamper Cariboo and wife returned Tuesday morning fiom a visit at Fort William. Auditor Fisher, Commissioner Olson and Treasurer Johnson went to Duluth yesterday. J. H. Gilmore, the engineer in charge -of the railroad survey, made a flying •trip to Duluth this week. Nijoda Longbody and family left* yes­ terday for a month's visit with their Indian friends at Pelican lake. County Attorney Titus left yesterday morning to attend the term of court to be held in Two Harbors next week. Peter Gognon of Grand Portage passed through town £n the Dixon Sunday evening on his return home from Duluth. John and Andrew ...

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. — 27 August 1898

^sWeak ^Stomach Sensitive to every little Indlaoretlon in mtlng, even to exposure to draughts and to over-perspiration—this condition Is pleasantly, positively and permanently ^overcome by the magio tonio tonoh of food's Barsaparilla, which literally "makes weak stomachs strong.*' It also creates an appetite—makes yon feel real hungry, and drives away all symptoms of dyspepsia. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. In Great Lack "Bill's got back from the Klondike." 'Any luck?" "You bet Ten thousand dollars in dust and two fingers froze off, so's he can't be made to go to war/'—Indian* apolis Journal. Wfe and the Lirer, "Success in life depends upon the liver" is the way Chas. Lamb, the poet and pun­ ster put it. Medioal science has proven, that nine-tenths of the ailments of living have their origin in the liver, and in con­ stipation caused by its derangements. Keep the liver lively and it will be ...

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 September 1898

3 2 7 "fM-' ,r W/A' ,e.-,' r" The Philippine "group were discover­ ed by an expedition under Magellan in 1521, the islands, on the occasion of a later expedition under Villabos, were named Philippine in honor of the then Prince of the Asturias, afterwards Philip II. Manila wis founded in 1571, and since that date has been held by the Spaniards, except for a brief in­ terval between 1762 and 1764, when it was occupied by the British. Situation. Topography. The islands of the Philippine archi­ pelago are described by Sir John Bow ring as "innumerable." Other author­ ities variously estimate them at from 400 to 1,200 in number. The eleven most important, embracing some 95 per cent of. the total area (computed at 114,350 square miles), and the great mass of the population are Luzon, Min­ danao, Negros, Panay, Mindoro, Cebu, Samar, Leyte, Palawan, Bojol and Mas bate, Lying between Borneo a-ad For­ mosa, the archipelago extends some 300 leagues from north to south, and 180 from eadt to we...

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 September 1898

^.OtfNtYfHEftALD, Ann. Tk /i ?£«__ OFFixj^Aii PAPP OF G»9jK COUNTY. %.', £!H1£IS BjKJ^PHy. Editor aq.d Propietor. ?err^s. $*.00 a Year Advaftce. GHA.NO MAfcAJS. MlN&. SJEpT. 3. J898. Hon. C, A. ^cwyije a$ the B^ngugt. In repojrtiDg tj^s bapquet given at the Hyap hotel, St. -Paul, on tjbe evening of ithe 24th nlfc., in honor of Senator «Tas. K. oops, phaipiuw jpf $b© ^sraq^ratie na­ tional Gorqnjittee, fhe St. Paijl Qlob-e pays "The great bnjk pf the gathering yas Pemocratio, of course, but ithe Degio prats$$ not haye the tables to them. selyep by any means. Nejt ft* the hearts of the gathiir}pjg to the guest of the oooasion w'as Former Qpngre^s pian To-jype, jyfcg Bat at the right of Senator Jones. Down though the length of the table there were other £ilyer SLepubl jcane apd Populists jn same pj?mher. TJjey were all Democrats at Jxeart, though, find ,all very mwoh in jaccord in giving tongue to their thoughts when it was proposed that they should be together and go tp victory $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. — 3 September 1898

j\ OF LOCALi INTEREST. VjdlV, -*J. E. May hew returned Wednesday 's from Dulutfi, 'f^ $ i^ Rey. Father Speokt left Tuesday morja ing for Beaver Bay. V- "Ji ,? Hans AJilbertaon ceifcqraed home from jDaluth Sunday evening. Br. T. W. May hew returned home from p.uluth Sunday ev«nin^. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Riddle, of Proctor knott, were in town over Monday. S. F. Boyce, wife and daughter, of Duluth. came down on the Dixon Wedes day for a week's stay here. D. O. Thing of Minneapolis and Peter MoAlpine of Duluth were looking over timber in this vioinity this week. Dr. A. H. Elftman returned Sunday from Minneapolis and is now busily en­ gaged getting his assay office in readiness to begin business. County Commissioners Jackson, of Hovland, and Engelson, of Tofte, were in attendance at the meeting of the county board yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoyt of Dulutjj are in town. Mr. Hoyt is looking over the records at the court house, collecting data for his abstract books. A new shool house 20 26...

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 September 1898

#f s#?s !,» & ••'?'.• 4, V. When "i- fcon't sweat and fret, but keep cool and take Hood's Sarsaparilla. This is good advice, as you will find if yon follow it. v-v Hood's Sarsaparilla ia a first-class sum mer medicine, because it is so good for the 'stomach, BO cooling to the blood, BO helpful to the whole body. Make no mistake, but get only Jr Sarsa S parilla America's Greatest Medicine. rvn Cl,re nooa S, Uver Ills easy to Kills take, easy to opera-i^- Moat Pleasant Pictures. Photographers, in their constant stud­ ies of the face, find that the left side make the more pleasant picture, and that the profile as seen from the,left gives a more correct likeness than when viewed from the right.—New York World. Important to Mothers. The manufacturers of Castorla have been compelled to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to familiarize the public with the sig­ nature of Chas H. Fletch/ r. This has been necessitated by reason of pirates counterfeit in,- the Cas.-oria trade mark. Thi...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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