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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 September 1898

I' 5 Port Royal V- $ ijy ajs', »*v a- A4 •*,& A '»u 1*4 I v^...i I, I*--.sr., '%?»{&•£•> 1 I ^JA^I^V i'fv.r-^^^r/r VOLUME VII. I, It was June 7, 1692. Port Royal lay sweltering under the heat of a tropical summer. Built upon a tongue of laud extended into'the ocean, it was swept .toy breezes which brought with them •little relief from the direct1 rays ot «the sun. The harbor was filled with shipping from every port in the World, for Port Royal was. a place of wealth •aad luxury." Great Britain's rneh-of their salls lurled and their men reveling ashore in the city. Spanish buccaneers, lad •en to the guards with stolen wealth, silks, jewels and gold, the spoil of -Mexico and Central America, swung at anchor, and their dark-browed crews slept or lounged lazily about the decks "while their masters joined the festiv­ ities ashore. In the houses and pal­ aces of the city there was revelry and leasting and drinking, for the pirates of the Spanish main spent freely what they secu...

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. — 10 September 1898

8 i* 1 Yi |HE COOK ^COUNTY HJ3RALD. OFFICIAL PAJ?EI OF C09K C.OUNTY.J, MtM 'ISl (r CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and JPropiqtQr. Terms, $1.00 a Year In Advance.. MARAIS. MINN.. SEPT. 10.1898. IN A NAVAL ENGAGEMENT. Bleu Axe Silent and Orderly and Ar^ Simply Part of the Hachin ery of tbe Ship. We are all curious tp know how the jnenwho man the guns on a warship are affected by an eti^ageinent—whjetili pr they are full of the excitement of con­ flict ,that soldiers experience in battle. H. C. Skinner, of Hudson, Mass., who is pn the Cincinnati, which took part in .the attack on Matanzas, answers the ,question in. a letter to the Hudson. En­ terprise, as follows "You arp just one of the parts of £he fighting machinery of the ship, and you paust do just as you are told, without asking questions or wondering why you jare doing it. I musf say that I had al­ ways supposed that an engagement of the kind would work a man up to the highest notch that his blood would boil in his veins, and that his bra...

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. — 10 September 1898

%u S A :W 1 '-Jr pi Noel Hamlin, of Lutsen, was in town |^Thun}day.1 |g^V Gotamiaaiondr Olson WEmt to^ Dutfuth 'Tuegday on bijsiness. Auditor Fisher returned home from Duluth Sunday evening. Hans GjLbertson has been quite ill ... since his return from Duluth. H. H. Hoyt and wife left for their home in Duluth Friday morning. Johnie Eliason, of Hovland, oame up on the Dixon Thursday night for a visit with Guy Titus. Chaa. J. Johnson has been appointed /'2Bmember of the Republican committee of .theFifty-firetdistriot. 'w it FOB SALE—A pair of first class oxen, four and five years old. Gall -on Hans GilbertBoa, Maple Hill. Judge Oarey and Oity Attorney Rich arda -of Duluth paBsed through town Sunday evening taking the round trip on thfe Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Harper cf Prootar knott, who are to take charge of the Grand Marais hotel are expected to ar­ rive here tomorrow evening. W. N. Draper, senior member of the well known law firm of Draper, Davis & Hollieter, of Dqlath, died in...

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. — 10 September 1898

ITotblnar to Criticise. Wise—They'll never get women to the army. Mrs. Wise—Indeed! And why not? Wise—The uniforms are air alike.— Wheat 40 Cents a Busbel.r? •iV flow to grow wheat with big profit at 40 ,wc«atB and samples of Salzer's Red Cross (80 IBoshels per acre) Winter Wheat, Rye, Oats, {Ooren, etc., with Farm Seed Catalogue -.••for 4 cents jpostage. JOHN A. SALZEB fii£ED CO., La Crosse, Wis. w.n.u. 'Saauner girls think'there-should be enough •aval engagement to go round. Hall's Catarrh Core Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75c. Very few children have as much strength mind «a they have of don't mind. Osnt Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. To quit tobScco easily and forever, be mag* stetie. full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To Ba«, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, SOe. or 91. Cure guaran­ teed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co.. Chleago or New York. There's nothing longer than the summer days tta the girl who is to be mar...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 September 1898

CAPT. BUCKET O'NEILL DARING CAREER OF THE COMf MANDER OF ROUGH RIDERS. •His-Zilte While in Arlzonm—Graduating from an Eastern Colle&e He Went to the Pxalries, When He Soon Won a Ntu»«—Babed Bis Owb Company* Capt. "Buckey" GfNeill of the rough riders, who fell is the terrible charge up the hillside at San Juan, was one of the most picturesque figures in the west. A brave spirit, and a unique character, "Buckey" O'Neill was known from the Atlantic to the Pa­ cific, and his epitaph cannot be bet­ ter'.epitomized than-in his own graphic phrase, written just before the depar­ ture from Tampa: "Who would not gamble for a new star in the flag?" "'Buckey" gambled and lost, and the rough riders are mourning a gallant fighter, a man who never knew .fear, who had shot five men in his day and who went to the .front at the head of 300 intrepid Arizona citizens, all as anxious and as proud to die as "Buck­ ey" died—with his boots on and his lace to the enemy. "William Owen O'Neill was born of...

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 September 1898

il if vr :^f/S His gf-JX^'VF- THE GOOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPSE QJP CJQOK COUNTY.'. GHB1S MOJJPiry ,^4i.t.or aQd Propietor. Tef n?s, $1.00 a year iQ Adyaiiee.. OB AND It^BAlS, MINN.. SEPT. 17.1898. Adnoira} CJeryer& will Jbe able to tell the 0paniarda what very pleasant folks those 'Yankee pi^s" ar& when not en­ gaged in fighting. Uaole John Sherman «may have lost £ome of his ability, bjat we notice that he js still able to keep things stirred Tip in his parjjy, bj the use of his tongue, The home-ooming pf the volunteer who left two girls behind him pay not jbe as pleasant as he anticipates—if those two girls have been qomparing notes. Emile gola, although a fugitive from France, under a prison sentence, is in a position to remind the French govern­ ment that "He, laughs best who laughs last." Our Canadian friends will discover that Apgla-Amerioan sentiment will not prevent our insisting upon getting all that is coming to us before agreeing to wipe out all the p}4 score...

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 September 1898

mWfe •w: 5 fM .$g§l OF fyQQAli INTEREST., k= Dr«$£ayhew went to Duluth Monday -Sj ^oight.. Niok Probeok c&me in from Gunflint -r 'Thursday. ft Ch»ft Moore, of Lutsen, visited friends jtf'towtL this week. J* E. W.. Wakelin arrived here from Du-' luth Wednesday evening, Hi.*,/,' OleGunderson, of Hovland, was in i| .town the first of the week.' 4' jrom Duluth Sunday evening. v"- ":"v Olson returned home Commissioner Olaus Jacobson, of Hovland, went to Daluth on the Dixon Tuesday. A nine-pound boy Arrived at the home of ye editor Tuesday morning. Paul Morrison who has been quite ill for a week past is somewhat better to­ day. Miss Carrie May hew returned Sunday evening from an extended visit in Du luth. Hans Gilbertson has so far improved from Ms illness as to be able to be around again. Isaac Fonger passed through town on the Dixon Sunday even!agon his return tp his homestead in the Gunflint region. Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage, passed through town on the Dixon Sun­ day evening 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. — 17 September 1898

When a girl tells & young nu that rtw reamed of him the night before he should begta to save up mottey tor the furniture. COSMO BUTTERMILK TOILET SOAP makes the skin soft,'white and healthy. Sold everywhere. wv A flsh In the hand Is worth a dozen In the angler's story. To Cure Constipation Yorever. Take Casoarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25a If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. sure sign that the drew a blank ta matrimonial lottery.—Chicago News. the EDUCATIONAL. UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME, INDIANA. Classics, Letters, Science, law, Civil, Me­ chanical and Electrical Engineering, Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses. Ecclesiastical students at special rates. Rooms, Free, Junior or Senior Tear Collegiate Courses. St. Edwards Hall, for boys under Is. The 109th Term will open September 6th. 1898. Catalogue sent Free on application to Rev. A. Morrisaev. C. S. C., President. St roarp's flcademp, One Mile West of (he University of Notre Dame* ST.MART'S ACAD...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 September 1898

W' 1 fMi^: VOLUME VII. Infanta Maria Teresa and Cristobal Colon. Excellent War Ships That Will Add Greatly to Our Effectiveness Afloat. The Albany Coming. The command of the sea, the first lord of the British admiralty stated last year, -was passing to cruisers rather than to battleships. This may be so to a limited extent, for it depends rath­ er on what the words battleship and cruiser signify. As has been repeatedly told in the Herald, a battleship is a vessel which for her size, carries the heaviest arma­ ment and the thickest armor possible, subordinating-speed and coal-carrying capacity, to secure these ends. An ar­ mored cruiser^ on the oilier hand, sac­ rifices a certain amount of gun power and protection in order to reach a high speed and to stow a large quan­ tity of coal. But the dividing line be­ tween these two types of armored fighting ships is decidedly arbitrary, each nation classifying its ships to feuit the .fancy of the committee that, decides upon their construct...

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. — 24 September 1898

I £3 y~ fe ti I •?t. r.4 THE CQOK COUNTY HERALD. vV :'ffB OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COU-TSV. CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Propietor* Tesiaa, $1.Q0 a Year in Advanc^. GRAND MARAI.S. MINN., SEPT. 24.1898. -Vesuvius, pot the dynamite cruiser, but the volcano knows its business it waited pntil the .war was over before smarting an eruption., The Volunteer privates and the com­ missioned officers look at the mustering Pirtt question from widely separated points of view. Judging by the activity ,of the Phil lipine insurgents taking things, they Are probably familiar .with th^ adage, ."Possession is nine points of the law.?' Aguinaldo's idea of a republic is purely Mexican. He has called a Congress to Represent all the Phjllipines, and to make sure of controlling it he will appoint a majority of its members. 1,792 ships passed .through the Saaz Canal during the year ending June 30, p£ Which only 4 Were American. The total amount of toll collected by the .canal daring that period was 558,636,920. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 September 1898

wimjmitm 3 ^f^^^Offl^AL.iNTERBS'T. "*. i, Postmd^er Johnson speqt Monday ^t f!'f!l 11 HovlancL The Maple Hill Sunday School class •were given a picnic at the home of Mr and Mrs. Hans Gilbertson yesterday afternoon. We acknowledge an invi­ tation and regret that we were unable to participate. Mum Maud Miller, of Duluth, and Miss Beaty, of Carlton, who will teach the two schools pn Maple Hill arrived here on the Dixon Wednesday evening. Miss Beaty will teach the east side and Miss Miller the west side school. In this issue will be found a few in­ teresting itums from Grand Portage, from the pen of A. F. Geraghty, govern­ ment school teacher at that place, who has kindly volunteered to send us such items as may be of interest to our read­ ers. We would be pleased to receive a like correspondence from other parts of the county also. The railroad surveying party are going right along with their work. They are now about eight miles out and have succeeded in locating a feasable road over t...

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. — 24 September 1898

..oou Your Nerves v. Upon rich, pare, nourishing blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and you .••v.. -will be free from those spells of de­ spair, those sleepless nights and anxious .. 'days, those gloomy, deathlike feelings, thoBe sudden starts at mere nothings, thos# dyspeptic symptoms and blinding headaches. Hood's Sarsaparilla has done this for many others—it will cure you. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1 six for $& Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 26c. His Qualifications. Official of Fire Department—Is this friend you want to get on the force a bright sort of a fellow? O'Harrigan—Sure, he isn't bright •enough to set the worruld afoire, ez ye moight say, but I'm thinkin' he'd do a .good job helpin' put it out wanst it got •a-goin'.—Harper's Bazar. PATENTS, Llit of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Peter Authier. Jefferson, S. D., de­ vice for holding logs Dennis Butler, Custer, S. D., railway spike (design Ole Wigtil, Canby, Minn., wr...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 October 1898

iiiv'' N •3 The most perplexing question of the War with Spain is yet to be met. This is the disposition of the Philippine is­ lands and incidentally the disposition of Aguinaldo and his bands of insure gents. That the leader of the insur­ gents has been playing fast and loose with Dewey since his return to Manila on the Olympia has been fully demon­ strated upon several occasions, and it is a fact that for the past three weeks he has been the chief cause of concern to both Admiral Dewey and Gen. Mer rltt. They .have prepared themselves for any trickery on the part of Aguin­ aldo and have been keeping a close watch upon him, in consequence of which he had been so far kept in check. But how long will he remain passive? Hli declaration appointing himself die tator was not received by Admiral Dewey with the enthusiasm t^at the insurgent leader hoped for. In fact, he was rather put out by the way the ad­ miral =took it. Since his declaration he has been getting his forces together and n...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 October 1898

TH£j COOK OOtTNTY HiqUALD, litP •&fe358&f OFFICIAL PAFEIV.OFCOOK COVVTI CHRIS MURPHY, Editoj a»d Propiejor. IL Gf fernjs, tl.00a GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. OCT. 1, 1898. The York Sua the other day said, fa substance, that if yoa want to wish #n enemy the direst, misfortune, "wish that he might ran against General Joe Wheeler in his present campaign. Gen Bral,Wheeler's case is very interesting pnd a parallel may be drawn between his coming election and that of Washings ton. Both were chosen unanimously, pa Demoorats, Republicans and Populists plike are united in his favor, a gallant tribute to & most «r0«$hy man! Sienkiewicz, author of "Quo Vadits," is going to favor the U. S. with a visit, he came to America to live when he was a young and unknown man, but returned to-Europe in 1877, after writing some oaustio criticisms of our people, based largely upon bis disgust because of the failure of a communistic settlement in California of which he was a member. In announcing that it...

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. — 1 October 1898

X. 'V i&V ii ij/i e« :.' 'ijyfi *i. OF L.OCAL. INTEREST^- Haas Larson went^to Duluth Tuesday! County Attofney Titus visited nor­ land this week. .v Chris Holte returned from Dnluth Sunday evening. .Register Carhart returned home from Dnluth Sunday evening. f- FOR SALE—A first class family cow. Enqaire of Gust Olson, Maple Hill. Mrs. Oust'Olson and daughter re­ turned Sunday evening from Dnluth. Judge Carey and Capt. Greene of Du Ittth visited with the Messrs. May hew between boats Thursday. -The Fifteenth Minnesota Regiment now at Camp Meade, Fa., will be sent to Cuba to do garrison duty. John F. Howenstine passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on his way to the.Oanadiivu gQid fields. F. M. Graff passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on his way to hie homestead in the Hovland district. John Matheson has been appointed as. the Cook county member of the Eleventh district Democratic judicial committee. Ole Gunderson of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Su...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 October 1898

§*, :iv danger signals ot.imgue^blood.. They show that the stream of life it in 1*4 condition, that health is in danger of wreck. Clear the track by taking: Hood's Barsaparllla and the blood will be niade part, complexion fair and healthy, and life's journey pleasant and successful. Is Airterica'S Greatest Medlclfie.fi siltfor $5. Hood's Pills cure indigestion. biliousness. His I^aclc of Confidence. "Is Hopkins a self-made man?" "Of course. Anybody could tell that." "How?" "He's afraid to drive out without having his coachman in attendance, for fear somebody will think he's an host* ler."—Chicago News. Hall's Catarrh Core Is taken internally. Price, 75a A Genius for Finance. "There is no use talking," said the broker, enthusiastically, "that young ihan has a genius for finance." "Has he closed his deal?" "Yes. He started in with $1,000,000. And he'll have some over $500,000 of it left."—New York Evening World. NO-IO-BM lor Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 October 1898

1 DEADLY OCTAVE. iu i. hV "I see by your face, doctor, that you •#hthink it a very serious case. Is not that so?"' ^/'Well, Mrs. Delmege," I replied, In \vV *s cheering a tone as possible,, "there V• i« really no immediate cause for anx •:m iety. Your daughter is undoubtedly not in a good state of health her ri nerves are upset and she wants rest and ^otal freedom from worry-" "But," Bald Mr. Delmege, "what can she have had to worry her? She was always, as you know, in the' best of health and good spirits until the past few months, when she has gradu­ ally fallen into this condition." "I should like to see Dr. O'Connell," "I ^replied, rather evasively. "He has, you say, been attending Miss Delmege ,, for Some time past?" Dr. O'Connell, the local practitioner, lived but short distance from Dean park, Mr. Delmege's residence. "We will send the trap over there at once with you if you wish," said Mr. Delmege. "Do,so!" I answered. "I am ani ious to see him as soon as possible." I had a l...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 October 1898

•ttssaasss -H ri^THE OOOK COUNTY HERALD.' I®*/': *V'T"% PAPEI OF coojc COUN^T. fjv^ CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and lTopietorS '"Si $ 1 0 0 a a in A an 1 GRAND M^EAIS. MINN.. OCT. 8, 1898. Tbe Populist Convention. The Peoples party county convention held at the court house last Saturday pfterrvoon ^as tl\e moat harmonious and enthusiastic event of the kind that has ever taken plaos iu Cook county. It was representative gathering of citizens from the various parts of the cornty ^vho had come here for the sole purpose :of placing in nomination men in whose hands the affairs of the county might best be entrusted. In reality it was not a political convention, bnt a business con­ vention, conducted on business principles in the business interests of Cook count.y. It was a convention that any party in any community might well be prQud and its work on that day will, without a jdoubt, be endorsed by the citizens at the polls on Nov. 8th. The People's motto: ''We Trust Our­ selves" was endorsed by ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 October 1898

OF LOCAL. IN TERE8Ti .p|pt/| over •*, As Jadiana Bede says: "Now let us love on© another/'^ i&Uv '. W a A i,.- 7 Mxbb Maggie Scott is visiting with her eistjer, Mrs. Loaja Eogelsoa, at Toffce., Judge White of Duluth was in town on business the first of the week.- ,A: •'.?•••••: -ft Treasurer Johnson and Commissioner •iOlson went to Duluth Thursday night. M. Murphy returned Wednesday even ing from a couple of months visit in West Duluth. Nijoda Longbody and family returned •Wednesday evening- from a month's stay .at Pelican Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaSage are rejoic­ ing «ver the arrival of a son at their home -Monday morning. A very enjoyable dance was given at the Howenstine House on the West Side Saturday evening. Mrs. C. S. Durfee returned Sunday evening from an extended visit with friends in Duluth. Paul Morrison has so far' recovered from his illness as to be able to return to hie home on Maple Hill. Carl Heyman left on the Dixon Thurs­ day afternoon for West Superior after...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 October 1898

r. •o/*: M:fe Scrofula 1^ ^shits the blood of millions, and sooner cr later may break oat in hip disease, running sores or some more complicated form. To core scrofula or prevent it, thoroughly purify your blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla, whioh has*a contin­ ually growing,|^rd of wonderful cures.. J%», SaM# paftttCar Is America's Greatest Medioine. fi six for #5. Mood's Pills cure indigestion, biliousness. Met Witlt Reveries. "That tramp wants assistance. He says he belongs to the G. A. R. order." "He looks it, I must say, if you take It the other way, and say R. A. G."— Philadelphia Bulletin. PARENTS. Ciiat of Patent* limed Last Week te Rortkireafeni InTcntori. Robert W. Clark, Olinton, Minn., pipe clamp and holder Leonard G. Crillett, Brownsdale, Minn., steam heat­ er and cooker Charles G. Edward. Albert Lea, Minn., device for attach­ ing or detaching electric lamp bulbs Herbert H. Freeman, Pierre, S. D., ro­ tary steam engine Gust J. Miller, Du luth, Minn., excavating machine Nel­...

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