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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 October 1898

'v 1 h* Ui .VOLUME YII. -r rJfoi%Oi£rv-.-'-'- l-^s AII BATTERY* HORSE. "I Ain't no liar/' said the veteran *fto a circle of coniradea at a campflre, •""and I'U tell you about a ho^se we 3iad in our batteir We was rendy rvooing at a place which wasn't nothin' but a sandbar, and borses was shipped te«out there from the North. Many was /ahlppedbut few was landed. The Black Prince, she-started out with more'n three hundred, and just t^o beasts liv ed out the Voyage and" was landed on the island. Our captain, he froze to. one of. 'em. A walleyed, lop-sided brute he was—the horse, I mean—but the captain saw something about him that lcfaked promising and he under­ took to educate him. "We ,was drilling hard every day, £oing thro' ttie manual of the piece in the sand, and we had a boy for a bugler who was trying to sound the /calls—reyelee, stable call, boots and saddles' and all that. Thi boy made some progress, but1 this 'ere horse he learned faster than, the boy, and in three days the ho...

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. — 15 October 1898

imk: THEpOOK OQUJMWf.HBBALD, OFFICIAL PAPBI or Coo#, COUNT*, ESHIS MUEPHV, Editor V»d Piop^tor. •Terms, tl.00 a Year in Advance^,.., ,: ^QRAND MABAIS, MINK.. OCT. 8. 1898. fe'$y£ Bp* #fThe Ha»l Weakness of Our Areny Supply v". 1 Bureaus. «*v- 1 Now, it has been a notorious fact for many years that promotions to the sap* ply departments of the army were to be hnd largely as a result of influence." In the last thirty years many appoint menta in them have been made which have had their origin in "pull." Neither party alone is to be blamed for this, for the same conditions have obtained under both Republican and Democratic admin* istrations. Io a country where, not a postal clerk, mailoarrier, or messenger could be named exoept for fitness previ ously determined under competitive ex* amination and civil-service rules, the ^feeding, clothing, and transportation of our army has been in the hands of de* apartments in which the appointments Were ofteo the regard of fayorites or put at the d...

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. — 15 October 1898

afi 3 3 OF LOCAL. INTEREST. Mrs. P. Wannebo.went to Dalm^h'On the Dixon Tuesday. Noel Hamlin, of Luttelii/w&Bin to#n jfcke first of the week. John Carlsoa left on the Dixon Taes „day morning for Dulnth. CJ. A. Hofcanson and Ed. Jotmsofc,f iliutsen were in town Thursday. P. GagnoQ, of Grand Portage, wasa TpaBseDger ontbe Dixon Thursday bon»d forDtftath.•' ij- P.M. Graff passed through town on the Dixon Thursday on his way from Horland to Dulath. Mr. Jones, of Dnluth, was in town this week the srcest of Ms son.who is teaetiing the Grand Marais school. A few Grand Marais Indians went to Orand Portage to take part hai a medi­ cine danoe to be held there next Mon­ day. Mr. Scherer,. who has been spending thewummer at Tofte for the benefit of his health, was a visitor in town Thurs­ day. Commissioner Olson returned Sunday •evening from Dalath, bringing with him «large stock of groceries, dry goods and clothing forbisstore on Maple HilL Patente for Cook County lands have been reoeived ...

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. — 15 October 1898

Do You |-LikeSBoil3 If^ria do not, you ehoald Sarsaparilla cure your take. Hood's. and it will purify you blood, bolls and keep your system I icee from the poisons which cause them The gmt blood purifying power of Hood's f\ Sarsaparilla Is constantly being demon strated by its many marvelous oures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medlclrie. fl six for 8. Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25c. •••A Different Point of View. Wealthy Patient—And this verml form appendix which is causing all my trouble is, as I am informed, quite use­ less. Doctor—Eiv-Well, I Would hardly go so far as to say that.—Detroit Journal. PATENTS. Lilt of Patents limed Last Weelc to Horthweitern lnv«ntora. Austin M. Balding and C. A. Rice, Osakis, Minn., washing machine Geo. Brunelle, Bed Falls, Minn., windlass James F. Hennessy, Winona, Minn., bolster stool Thomas J. Murray, Butte, Mont., air and water-heating apparatus for locomotives Thomas J. Murray, Butte, Mont., locomotive en­ gines Merritt G. Pon...

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. — 22 October 1898

JTHE MARRIAGE BELLS ^he handle turned as the door slowly opened a man who had been sit ting by the fire rose to his feet. It was not the woman he had expected, ihut, oddly enough, the very individual 4 ion whose personality his mind had 3een dwelling. "I was thinking of you/' was his opening remark, as he bent to kiss her hand. The hand was withdrawn.. Un ^der the circumstances the act was not ^surprising. It motioned him to a seat. -He sat down, negligently crossing his "left with his right leg. "Thinking of me—and expecting my sister," she replied, archly. "The very essence of combination," Tie replied, politely. "So you are going to be married?" •She started abruptly. "At last," he replied, incautiously. She raised her eyebrows and laughed. ""The experiment might have been "tested before had you elected." The inference in her speech made her color. '"the natural attitude of a woman is unconscious exaggeration." He at­ tempted an evasion. "You krtow I have not exaggerated," said s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 October 1898

gnV I f. •t W- 'i p-l -THE COOK QQUNT? HERAL.D, Oppici An Papjui op Cook .County. v* ^^CHRiS MURPHY, Editor and J?ropietor. T5rm^tb0^Year in Advance f, ,GHA.ND MA RAJS. MINN.. OCT. 15, 1808. In this issue will be found a oommnnr ication from Clous ,C. Monker explaining bis action in vitlidrawing from the race pior the office of judge of probate. To iithe majority of peoplo his action. is received with considerable surprise but to a number of his friends it was no j?reat surprise, for.to them Mr. Monker had said some time ago that should Mr. Rindel become a candidate, he would drop out, as he considered harmony amongliis neighbors too sacred to be disturbed by political strife, and that he did not feel disposed to be a party to jvnVthing that would cause a split in his neighborhood. His action was purely that of a peace-loving cifizen who is willing to sacrifice personal interests for the good of the community in which ho resides. His motives were of the very best, and we feel confid...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 October 1898

fc" sr sV V. 'i fa ml VY^ it THE COOK COUNTY HERALD^---' '.v, 1 OFFICIAL PAPEI OFCOOK.COUNTY, CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and .Fropietor. Tdrni^, ®l 00 A Year in Advance GRAND MA RAJS. MINN.. OCT. 15, 1808. In this issue will be found a ootumun. jfeication from Clous p. Monker explaining his action in /withdrawing from the race "'frforthe office of judge of probate. To j!/the majority of peoplo his action is Ifltf: received with considerable surprise but to a number of his friends it was no a&J #reat surprise, for to them Mr. Monker had said some time ago that should Mr. Rindel become a candidate, he would drop out, as he considered harmony among his neighbors too sacred to be disturbed by political strife, and that he did not feel disposed to be a party to anything that would cause a split in his neighborhood. His action was purely that of a peace-loymg oifizen who is willing to sacrifice personal interests for the good of the community in which he resides. His motives were of the ver...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 October 1898

«g 1 »v O O A I N E E S I iH 'A. S. Oayleon. of Hovland, was in town on business this week. Ife H. H. Bartlett returned Thursday, morning' from Duluth. Landlord Harper returned home Sun­ day evening from Duluth, In this week's isssue will be found both the state and oounty ballot. Peter Olson oame down from Duluth Thursday to look after his homestead. Hans Ness, of Two Harbors, is visiting with the family of Elling Olson on Maple Hill.-, Mrs. John Matheson returned Thurs­ day morning from a couple of weeks' visit at Tofte. Peter Gagnon of Grand Portage passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on his returned home from Du­ luth. 4 Dave Carriboo left for Gunflint this morning to post election notices, and Peter Kadonce left for Hovland for the same purpose. Ole and Andrew Olson returned Sun­ day evening from Lutsen where they had been making some improvements on the latter's homestead. Chris Johnson, John Hanson, Ole Anderson and P. O. Olson left on the Dixon Friday morning to ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 October 1898

6fo: *3n •ms-jm*.-- S*! fc' p-' •ftv: WWRPr -p"' Jfo|Htore Free MAds.** Patent Medicine Proprietor—Here­ after all testimonials must be accom­ panied by orders for at least half a dozen bottles: of medicine.,", ,, Glerk-r-Yes, sir, '0- ••^1 Patent-—Medicine ^Proprietor—If ^these people want to see their names ^in print they ought to pay for it.Puck. Beauty la Blood .ueep. Clean blood means a clean skin. No fceauty without it. Cascarets Candy Ca­ thartic cleans your blood and keeps it* clean by stirring, up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body. Be* «in to-day to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly, bil­ ious complexion tiy taking Cascarets— fceauty for 10 cents. All druggists. Sat­ isfaction guaranteed. 10c, 25c, 50c. "What do people say of your suicide •club?" "All manner of nonsense. For in­ stance that it can't live a week."—De­ troit Journal. Nine times out of ten the man who Is let in on the ground floor lands in the cellar. i" ii^i ji...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 October 1898

1 A 1 1 C| iil -^1 environment tJro continue practically Tmlinown sawe to the plainsman and pioneer. Paipagueria—"tfae Land of ^•t'he PapagcT—is one of those "uninvit­ ing spots that hold out no inducements to settlers, and are seldom visited save by the explorer and the ethnologist. The name conveys no sense of locality tto the mind of the general reader, to 'Whom it is terra incognita. It is a term bestowed by the priestly pioneers «of Mexican colonization upon the arid aregions beyond the Sierra Madre S Mountains, a district south of the Gila 'river, in what is now tire territory of Arizona and Sonora, bounded on the ^southwest by the Gulf of California and 'on the «outh by that ill-defined region known as Seriland. It has an extent of over 50,000 square miles, or about the area of New York or Iowa. The larger part of the district lies in Mex­ ico, though most of the aboriginal population is gathered in the northern portion, above the southern boundary of Arizona. Papagueria is, ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 October 1898

(*^,THE h¥ 4 s.. C:, it QOO£ COUNTY HERALD. QFFJCJA£. PaPEI OP Cook CpUNTY. ij^' CHRIS tyURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Teyms, $1.00 a Yearin Advance GRA.NP MARAIS. MINN.. OCT. 29, fGNORANT OF UNITED STATES. Jfoyii Scotia Natives Who Know Little of Uncle 6am'« Domains. 'Ii* some parts of Nova Scotia where have been,", s^idi a doctor, who, ac­ cording to the Chicago Times-Herald, had recently made a tour of the prov-r ince, "you will find in places remote from railroads a remnant of {hat sim­ plicity pictured, by the poet of Evangel? ine. pne of these primitive people was an old lady, who had never set foot outr side of her native hamlet. She could have told' from hearsay all the history of all the kings and queens of England, do not doubt, but a certain bigoted loyalty to the crown kept her from kaowing anything concerning tthe United^ States. When I was introduced £o her as. a Yankee she looked hard at me and. inquired how it happened that was so dark, with black hair and jvhisikers....

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 October 1898

I 1 ft —|/n I I I OF JUO^AII INTEREST Mrs. Nijoda %iongbody still very ill. James,A. Tucker spent a week here on ^business. Geo. Mayhew ,is .visiting: aJt Gwrflint tWs' Dr. MayjUew r^urned from Duluth on •Wednesday. £.„ 1 A~' J1,1 }fii S^i Mr. Kjtby Jones-left on the J)ixon S a The last detachment of Spanish troops .has left Porto Bico. Wm 23. Lucas came .Sunday to work, an Bartlett's camp. *. Mrs. ClauB Hanson left for JDuluth jFriday for a short visit. Wm. Howenatine returned from Du iluth on "Wednesday boat. Fred Gross and party of homesteaders lleft for Gunflint Sunday night. John Howenstine arrived per Dixon 'Tuesday morning from the east. The Spanish have been allowed till "1st of January next to evacnate Cuba. Miss Carrie Mayhew is spending a few •days with her friend Miss Miller on Maple Hill. Paul Morrison is improved in health 43o that bis pleasant appears face on the street -again. A. P. Geraghty and Miss Kirby passed through on the Dixon on Friday for a short stay in Dul...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 October 1898

3, iisfc' ft The Fall ^71th Its audden changes, its hotday sand chilly nights, dampness and decaying vegetation, ia peculiarly trying to the health. A good Fall Medicine is as ..im portant and beneflcialas Spring Medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla keeps the blood pare, wardB off malaria, creates a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep, and maintains the health tone through this trying season. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 26 cents. A Sense of Melody. The" man who does, not enjoy music was being forced into a conversation on the subject. "Of course, horns are necessary for orchestral effect," the technical enthu­ siast was saying. "But I derive most pleasure from the violins. Don't you" "I can't-say that I do. You see, the fish vendors never play the violin. They nearly always blow the horn."— Washington Star. There is more Catarrh in this section of tha country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was s...

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. — 5 November 1898

VOLUME VII. An Audience With the Rich Monarch Of the Flowery Kingdom. S Busr preparations are under way. at til© American and other embassies at Pekin for the annual audience with his Imperial Majesty, Ruang Hsu, the emperor of China, which is to take place within a (fortnight. The occasion is always one of great moment in dip­ lomatic circles ©I the empire's capital, and is particularly important this year In view of the possible partition of the empire in the near future. In the present contest for concessions which the European ministers are conduct­ ing, an effort will ibe made by each to' make an impression on his Majesty at.the audience, so that the most gor­ geous pageant the empire has wet wit­ nessed is likely tjo^be seen. The audience will probably not differ in other respects from its usoa3 lines. Though opce a year only does Kuang Hsu deign to shed the light of his countenance cm ttoe "barbarian" rep­ resentatives of foreign countries, he rarely permits the interview 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. — 5 November 1898

-s'* THB COOK OOUNTY HERALD.' OrrtciAi. PAPST OF COOK 1 Catranr. CHRIS MURPIIY, Editor and I'ropietor, Verms, §1.00 a Year in Advance, a GRAND M.V'ttA.18. MINN.. frl V. 5, 1898. WHY ONE MAN IS BITTER. Bli Yonng Slater Bonsht the Violet* to Send to Hl« Sweetheart. St. Valentine's day is a sad reminder to a young man on I street. A year ago during the second week of Febru­ ary he had an attack of the grip, says the Washington Post. He vtanted to send a charming young woman some violets, and was compelled to ask a very young sister to buy them for him. He snappishly refused to tell for what purpose he wanted the flpwers, for he had grip and his head ached. The young girl returned with a box neatly wrapped in paper. The young man slipped his jard in without untying the package, and bribed his little brother to carry the offering tcr the object of his atten­ tions. That evening the young sister ^visited the sickroom. sition for 40 years. The present clerk has Qlled his. own. place for 48...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 November 1898

1 3 i,.*- OF LOCAL INTEREST. Mrs. John Eliasen of Hovland passed through to Dalatb on the Dixon on Friday: In a very few days a lot of people will know what percentage of their talk was through their hats. bonis Engeison of Tofte was in town this week. Mis. Engeison accompanied him on his return home. QGeo. Mayhew has returned from /his visit at Onnflint and reports that/the scenery is still the same. Mr. and Mrs. Oie Onnderson, of Hov­ land, reached town on Friday and will spend a few dayB calling on friends. Hans Engeison and Ohas. A. A. Nelson, candidates for county commissioner, are in town this week. We wonder why? A. F. Geraghty and Miss Kirby of Grand Portage passed through town oc the Dixon Thursday on their retarn from Dulath. Mr. Joe Frost and Miss Kate Anaquet were married on Monday morning and have begun housekeeping. Long life and prosperity. The Grand Portage Toters are receiv­ ing any amount of attention these days as well as an occasional feed. Why not pass it around...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 November 1898

tfrxwt m: oYon onsumpnoH? We are sure yea do not. Nobody wants it. But it comes to many thousands every year. Itcomes to those who have had coughs and cplds until the throat is raw, and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed. Stop your cough when it first appears, and you remove the great danger of future trouble. pectoral stops coughs of all kinds. It does so because it is a sooth­ ing and healing remedy of great power. This makes it th,e great­ est preventive to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A who/a Medical Library Froo. For fonrtenti in tamps to pay post­ age. ws will tend you sixteen medical book*. MaMoal Advlca Fram. Wo have the exclusive service! of some of the most eminent physician» In the United States. Unusual oppor­ tunities and long experience eml- nently fit them for giving you medical advice. Write freely all the partic­ ulars in your case, YOU will reeelve a prompt reply, without cost. 1 Address, DR. J. 0. AVER, Lowell...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 November 1898

mr* Tiaree foul mur&ers—one ol a woman »»-.and a number of unsuccessful at tempts, not to apeak of plots interrupt ed by the police Europe shaken from «end to end again and again govern­ ments aroused to a degree where a •combination against the danger seems •in immediate jprospect—such is the rec­ ord of four years of EouGfljean anarchy, (Carnot, Canovas, and Elizabeth—near Jy one a year. And while governments •are planning the snake's extermina­ tion its fangs are ever ready to strike again—a monster which kills innooents lor the sa&e of the horror created—and boasts that it is done "in the interests of humanity." The ^assassination of Empress .Elizabeth of Austria at Gen­ eva by Ajnarchist Ludhini is the third successfa-l .attempt an the lives of rul­ ers since 3ame, 1894. President Cannot of France was stabbed at Lyons mn ,June 24, 1894 Canovas del Castillo, prime minister of Spain and virtually ruler of the country while he was in office, was shot and killed at Santa Ag...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 November 1898

.{Y, '-$•' 1 &Klxr %"$?•' site ft |r tr THE OOQ& OOUltTY HER^LD.^ OFFICIAL PAPBl'OP pOOK CODl^IY. •CHEJS ¥0RP9Y, Editor aqd Propiefcor^ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. JflNN.. NOV. 12, 1898. A BOGUS RELIC.' ^mulny Instance of Way In Which Muienmi Are Imposed Upon. A very amusipg instance of the way fa which museums are imposed upoq £as jusjt come to light, says the St. James Gazette. At the French revolu-„ tion, when the Cathedral of S$. Denis was po mutilated, the figures which or­ namented the beautiful Gothic tomb pf Dagobert was throwp down, and for the most part (destroyed, all that re­ mained being the body of his Queen Rantilde and the head of his son Clovis. When the restorers stepped jn sub­ sequently they pinde the best they (could of the bit#, putting the son's head .on the mother's body and calling it the Jteine Nantilde. Not long-ago more in­ telligent restorers put an end to this absurdity, and there are now to be seen at St. Denis two statues on ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 November 1898

J-iv 3 •ffc ft'!?,*" OF LOOAli INTEREST. Auditor Fisher left yesterday morn­ ing for Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. John Matheson went «to Duluth yesterday. Ool. Golvill returned home from Du jluth Sunday eveoing. Treasurer John son left on the Dixon yesterday ooorning from Duluth. liouis Engelson brought the eleotioc returns in from Lutsen Wednesday. O. E. Enokson returned Thursday 'inornin from an extended sojourn in Minneapolis. Mrs. Sawyer returned to West Super­ ior yesterday after speeding a week on .her homestead. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Nelson and Mrs. "Peter Nelson, of Lutsen visited in town between boats Thursday. Mrs. O. Gunderson returned to her home in Hovland Thursday after a week's visit with friends in town. Mrs. Chris Murphy and children re­ turned home from Dulutoh Thursday aocompanied by Miss. Celia Murphy. Bernt Jacobson came up from Hov­ land with bhe election returns Wednes­ day and returned home on the Dixon Thursday. Andrew Tofte and T. O. Engelson, of Tofte, and J. L. Lund...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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