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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

,-.r\ 1/ 111 REJECTED. Great Northern Strikers Refuse to Consider President Hill's Proposition. THEY INSIST On THE OLD SCHEDULE Mr. Hill Invites a Further Confer­ ence Before Declaring Nego­ tiations Off. TBAIN SERVICE TO BE RESUMED. One Through Freight Starts Out and a Passenger Is Soon to Follow. ST. PAUL, April 27.—There is no agreement yet and very little possibil­ ity of one in the Great Northern diffi­ culty. The proposition of Mr. Hill to arbitrate all differences has been re­ jected by the men, and they adhere to their original proposition, to have re­ stored the schedule in force on the 1st of last August, and convey the impres­ sion that this is their ultimatum. Immediately alter the the rejection of the offer to compromise President Hill sent a communication to the committee asking whether they objected to arbi­ tration as a method of settlement or "whether they objected to the plan pro­ posed, and continued: "Bearing in mind the great advatages to all concerned that will...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

•v- W A."* 4 GENMB OP Oieat Northern Employes in St Paul and Minneapolis Are Ordered Out. FIFTEEN HUNDRED MEN AFFECTED. The Order Obeyed Strictly, Not a Solitary Person Bemain ingf at Work. HILL IS CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS. The "President of the Road Says Trains Will Run Despite This Latest Move. ST. PAUL, April 28.—The calling out of the Great Northern employes at St. Paul and Minneapolis completely ties up the whole system. The ultimatum of President Debs of the A. R. U. to restore the wage schedule in force in August last was answered in the nega­ tive by President Hill and the strike was at once made general. The strike, if as sucessful in tying up the entire road as it has been in blockading a major portion, will be, witii possibly one exception, the great­ est fight ever made by organized lalor, bot5i as to territory covered and the number of persons affected. The Great Northern's total mileage is close to 4,500 miles with shops and lull equipment, all of which the A. R. U. claims...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

I' 5 I Vxijl 'rW.. 6KW 'W-*1 M-- Ste\ -Mt- 1 A TROOPS TD THE FROIT. Militia From Fort Snelling Take a Hand in the Great Northern Strike. IN DUTY IN NORTH DAKOTA. they Leave for Grand Forks to Assist Marshal Cronan in Making- Arrests. THE SITUATION AT ST. PAUL. Strikers Hold a Meeting* and Again Refuse to Consent to Arbitration. ST. PAUL,, April GO.—A four companies of Third regiment United States regulars from Fort Snell ing left at 8:30 a. m. on a special train of the Great Northern for Grand Forks, N. D. Major John H. Patterson was in command, and the following com­ prised the column: Company A, Cap­ tain John W. Hannay Company B, Captain A. "Williams Company D, Cap­ tain George W. Stouch, and Company G, Captain Joseph Hale. There were 101 me I 11 all, a full hospital corps and rations for 10 days. The bat­ talion arrived on a special Mil­ waukee train from the fort, and it took about half an hour to ike the trans­ fer. When ready to proceed it was necessary for the yardmaster to ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

& I •tf iv- Two &>: VJKri* $ 'The Strike on the Great Northern as Far From Settlement as Ever. BUSINESS MEN TAKE A HAND. Twin City Merchants Advocate Arbitration but Without Result. MORE DEPUTY MARSHALS ON DECK. One Hundred and Sixty Now in Control of the Yards at St. Cloud. ST. PAUL, May 1. —It has been one of the quietest days so far in the present Great Northern strike, and was prac­ tically uneventftil. The situation pre­ sented some curious phases. The com­ pany's sentiment was that the strike will soon be over, and that it will in the end be proved to have won a signal vic­ tory. On the other hand the A. R. U. claims that in its hands is the power that shall soon set all things to working again, and that the victory will be found with it. 6ne thing is certain. The present condition of affairs cannot last much longer, and it is to be hoped that a satisfactory conclusion will soon be reached, when the wheels of com­ merce shall again go buzzing along the channels of t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

Is awaiting the person or persons who invest judicious­ ly in real property in the Mississippi Addition to Little Falls. The price of this property ranges $150 up­ wards per lot, and there is no doubt but that it Will double in Value in very tew yea,1%, as this ad­ dition is the most valuable and best located property in the market. BEFORE BUYING anywhere else you had better inyestigate what you can do in Jpssissippi Addition. Terms can be made to suit anybody. HENNING LANDAHL, Should Remember A mtmm SIMONET BROS. Have the largest stock of furniture to be found in the Northwest, and that all classes of goods from the finest Upholstered and Carved Ai tides to the plainer furniture are being sold cheaper than ever before. The finest styles of bed­ room sets can now be had at a great reduction from prices of any previous year. A list of our goods is not necessary as we keep a COMPLETE LINE, and if you have not'vi sited our store this spring you will be surprised at how much you can get...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

iiWKri rtne yuar :9ilK Qli/Qtllri* 2 ree months life & S- 1 VII (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIKI BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB, \». PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. S0B3CRIVTI0W- ADVERTISING RATE8 LOW LITTLE FALLS, ADVERTISING BATES. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one year 10.50 3 inches, one year 15.00 4 inches, one year ....18.00 5 inches, one year ?...21.00 10 inches, one year 36.00 550 inches, one year 60.00 40 inches, jne year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line in ore than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. Nearly every state in the Union showed a decrease in the number of newspapers published during the past year. With a few thousand Coxeyites trying to steal'trains on the western end of the Northern Pacific, and the strikers and sympathizers de­ laying trains on the Great North­ ern, railroad managers are not just the most happy people on earth. The Washington dispatches now state that another c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

S&SWg* :£$! JOB &' §1, hi*? kf -1j -1 H* 'id 7 :"tl ^'-N- :tfS fcv\: h? u1** 'it 3T' '4'3- r~TTT7 ktimi va ?'£\:fc J. M. Cota has painted the interior pf his shop and made many other Improvements which gives the room a neat appearance. A crew of men are at work this morning in charge of Street Commis­ sioner Billstein, leveling up first street. There was not a very large attend­ ance at the Odd Fellows' entertain­ ment last evening owing, perhaps, to the fact that there was an evening session of the court. A meeting of the Board of Health will be held at the office of ,Health Officer Dr. O. C. Trace, on next Tues­ day evening at 7:30. All members are urged to attend. H. F. Alden, representing Geo. Urqiihart, of St. Cloud, was out through the county yesterday in company with Geo. LaFond, looking lifter some farm loans. The grounds around the French Catholic church are being plowed and graded. The lot will be seeded and When the grass comes up the surroundings will be beautifu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

1 I I 'We'#- §H: -m Trains A grain Running Regularly on the Entire Great North­ ern System. OLD EMPLOYES RETURN TO WORK. Great Enthusiasm All Along the Line Over the Settlement of the Trouble. ST. PAUL, May 3.—Already the Great Northern strike has become a mere mat­ ter of history. The whistles are blow­ ing and the wheels are rumbling again from the head of the lakes to the Pa­ cific coast as though nothing had hap­ pened. "In 24 hours more," said Gen­ eral Superintendent Bryan of the Great Northern, ,4no one could ever tell that there ever was a strike OH this road." The movement of trains brings activity, enterprise, prosperity, happiness and peace to thousands of homes, especially those of the strikers. The movement of trains is due to arbitration, secured by the commercial bodies of the Twin Cities. The gratifying feature of the settlement is the entire satisfaction brought to all parties in interest. President Hill and President Debs made the same remark when asked for the new...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

-M "M Bj^V' Council* Proceedings./ The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held on Tuesday evening all the members being pres­ ent and President Harding presiding. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. The following bills were allowed Richard Bros goods to Mrs. Artman U$L Hose Co. No. 3 bervice at fires F. Stangl chemical Co. ser­ vice at fire F. B. Stuart, Hose Co. No. 2, service at lire Wra. O'Shea house rent to Mrs. Artman Richard Bros, goods to Mrs. Brodcott Riciiard Bros, goods tQ Mrs. Patrice R. G. Waters, work on West side. Richard Bros, goods to Mrs. Sequin R. CT. Waters 50 fence posts... T. Porter 80 4 Wood worth & Harding goods to poor Henry Goulet house rent to C. Robbing Northwestern Meat Market goods to poor.. F. B, Stuart, taking Soren son to hospital J. W. Jones Hook & Ladder Co. service at fire Aug. Rorafr, house rent to Mrs. Baker 2 50 Pine Tree Lumber Co. wood and lumber 16 86 Transcript Pub. Co. job work and legal printing 29 05 L...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

I •mi fe y-i •ir^i vtw** wi&£ 4 J*#-*s* 1Y •"'V* -yi-y^' '!-*"_ 10 NO VERDICT YET. The Wcter Case Goes to the Jury l*ast Night. The Jury Still Out and. "Will JProbaby isagree. Yesterday afternoon Mat. Schack man was re-called to the stand iu the Welter case and testified tbat on the morning of December 2 he saw tracks leading to the back door of Kosanke's shop, but that there was some snow ill them showing that snow had fallen after the tracks were made. At 3:15, County Attorney F. W. Lyon arose to address the jury in be­ half of the state. He thanked the court and the attorney for the de­ fense for the courteous treatment and the jury for the close attention they had given thecas'». The defend­ ant, he said, had been ably repre­ sented and all the evidence withiii their knowledge had been brought out. "It is no pleasure to me" said Mr. Lyon "to prosecute this man who is charged with the murder of Albert Kosanke, nor is it a pleasure to prosecute anyone, but it is my duty as cou...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

'm r~™*4 -V Jvi %&'• II •mMi i$kv: ifW 'W r/il Hfc io •M WZ\ 'M W&1 fter Being Out Twenty-Two Hours the Jury Finds Wei .V ter Guilty. Mis Sentence is Commuted t.o Imprisonment for Life at Stillwater. From Saturday's Daily. The guess made in yesterday's issue s? to the verdict of the jury in the *7 r|1J§f-Welter case proved to be correct. Af'/ The jury went out to supper at the 4® 'City hotel and returned about 7 o'clock. Soon after Judge Searle and the other officers went to the court house And hardly were they seated in the court room when Deputy Sheriff Foisy announced that the jury had agreed. John Welters was brought in and tc)ok the se^t occupied by him during the trial and soon after the jury were conducted in. came in the prisoner scanned their faces for some sign that would show he had been acquitted, but there was little consolation in the sober faces of those twelve men who for twenty ALBERT K. KOSANKE -two hours had been discussing his case. A. A. Morrill foreman ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 May 1894

V. s-: f' ,11 ^r?^f^ScbQol IHotee. Miss Flora Terry was sick j'ester day. v^^r-c/-^ At Miss Sadie Barton came to the city yesterday to attend the meeting of it a so I Ned Huff and Williari'i Gross kit school,paving secured work. Mrs.. Thatcher taught scnool in the Columbia this week in place of Mrs. Ward. .. .. Miss Lulu Hoffman had charge of Miss Smith's school at the .Columbia Wednesday afternoon, the latter be­ ing sick. Arbor day was observed yesterday by the children in some of the lower grades. A number of trees were •planted on the Columbia grounds. the meeting of "Resolved, that home rule is best for Ireland" will probably be given next Friday. Prof. J. L. Thatchej* went to St Cloud yesterday afternoon and de livered a' lecture before the Norma school at that place. His subjcct. was "the City superintendent. Wednesday a small girl of the primary department at the Lincoln school tripped on a stone while run­ ning and fell down, breaking her leg. The accident was due entirely ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

'frSbT^ mi ,\?' .• -i 't t« ,:i.^ #®»Ml»ftr W I ®s t'H ^»vC'r £v114 VOL. 18. ALMOST A NEW BILL Democratic Compromise on the Tariff Shows Numerous Alterations. SUGAR BATES WHOLLY CHANGED. Ad Valorem Duties Substituted For Specific All Along the Line. WASHINGTON, May 7.—The week will in all probability witness some interest­ ing developments in the tariff discus­ sion. The armistice arranged on Fri­ day will end Tuesday if not continued by Agreement, and the debate, which was interrupted on Friday in the midst of one of Mr. Quay's sentences to allow the Democrats to arrange their com­ promise, will be resumed if the com­ promise shall prove to have progressed so far as to admit of the introduction of the amendments proposed. The senators engaged in formulating the amendments are still hard at work, but no definite idea of the changes made would be given out. There will be few startling changes, but a great many of them. Indeed, it is known that the amendments when incorporated in the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

Hp" HE aj \V Fm* 'Pffi- «L' 'S I ic*r &• a in­ P^WJ isiw-^wi* |r w?-' '2^?^'X: W-^ wEEj THE FOREIGN POOL. FRANCE JOINS ENGLAND IN A TARIFF LOBBY AT WASHINGTON. A French Manufacturers' Committee For the Repeal of the McKinley Bill—WHsom Hopes That "Out Both of Them." labors" Will "Benefit The influence of the Cobden club of Jjondon has for many years been a po­ tent factor in American national legis­ lation, materially aiding the Democratic party in its free trade campaign. Backed by the wealth of English manufactur­ ers, it has endeavored to secure tariff legislation more favorable to Great Brit­ ain. But since the meeting of this con­ gress last August a new organization has come into being across the Atlantic. This new Democratic ally bids fair to outstrip at least in boldness the efforts of the Cobden club to influence and con­ trol tariff legislation in the United these words: France and the United States French Committee For the repeal of the McKinley bill. 15 Document publ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

Ir* -t. A a i. !i' §3:. IN A GAVE. Seven Imprisoned Tourists Res­ cued After Many Days of Suffering. THE PASTY'S AWFUL EXPERIENCE. Four Men Killed and a Hundred Wounded in an Anti-Jew­ ish Riot. GRATZ, Austria, May 8. —A 10:30 a. m, succeeded in reaching the party of tourists who have been impris­ oned in the stalactite cavern at Sourach since Saturday, April 29, owing to a eudden rise in the water and the fact that the passage to it became blocked with timber and boulders. The diver found all seven of the tourists alive. It was at first believed that eight people were imprisoned. The news that the tourists who have been so long impris­ oned were still alive caused the utmost satisfaction among the crowds of people who gathered about the cavern in order to watch the work of the engineers who have been toiling day and night ever sinde they were ordered to the spot when the local authorities announced the.r inability to force an entrance into the cave. The engineers Had a Very Difficu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

W :wm. Mf •m* :fc: K-. ''J' jcK£" *r' '7 I#. v?...' -te :'*4V WANT ANEW TBIAI Coxey, Browne and Jones Not Satisfied V£ith the Jury's Verdict. JTOTICE OP AN APPEAL FILED. A pine of $200 and Four Months in Jail the Maximum Penalty. WASHINGTON, May 9.—The three leaders of the commonweal, Coxey, Browne and Christopher Columbus Jones, have been found guilty of violat­ ing the laws by a jury of their peers and will have to submit to a sentence hereafter to be imposed by the court for their recent demonstration on the Capitol grounds. Thus ends what its leaders styled "The greatest march of the 19th century." All three of the accused were convicted on the first count of the indictment, which charged them with displaying a banner designed to bring into public notice the J. S. Ccjey Good Roads association. Jones of Philadelphia was acquitted on the second count, which accused them of treading on the grass, but Coxey and Browne were convicted. Jndge'a Charge Against Tliem. The jury retired at...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

I l&t: Mi' 11 Ci $-- v'fifffnM' v. r.v. WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL A^Wtn^sJyiCTIONAR A Grand Educator. Successor of the Unabridged Everybody should own this Dictionary. It an­ swers all questions concerning the his­ tory, spelling, pro­ nunciation, and meaning of words. rJ IS THE ONLY LINE AI,ibraryin Itself, concerning eminent persons facts concern­ ing the countries, cities, towns, and nat­ ural features of the globe particulars con cerning noted fictitious persons and places translation of foreign quotations. It is in valuable in the home, office, study, and schoolroom. The One Great Standard Authority. Hon. D. J. Brewer, Justice of U. S. Supreme Court, writes it also gives the often de­ sired information he International Dictionary ia the perfection of dictionaries. I commend it to all as the one great standard authority." Sold by411 Booksellers G. & C. Merriam Co. Publishers, Springfield, Mass. B^r*no not bny cheap photo­ graphic reprints of ancient editions. B3P"Send for ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

iJTTLE «r»**e year. f^Blxmuntn*. fell^l»0,lt!1B- Ti.'j *v» •?t*s 1 TRANSCRIPT 4^ BY THE TRANSCRIPT POT CO/ PUULI8HED EYKBY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION: Coxey's army- needs reinforce­ ments, and if the tramps owned the railroads it would take very few days to land a good sized army in Washington. The strike .of the employes of the Great Northern was the most effectual ever entered into by rail­ road men. The new railroad or­ ganization, the American Railway "Union, won a great, victorv. The St. Paul Globe promised the people of that city that if Smith was elected mayor the city would be "in••clover." That ought to have hoodooed the campaign, but there is something pursuasiye about a promise of clover. A discovery of coal is reported in the Rainy lake country. If the deposit is a large one, it will do more to. build up Northern Minne­ sota than all the gold mines that are now exciting the people up north. The Republican state committee will meet in St. Paul on May 10 to take action regarding...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

t» Hi Sj 1 •J?Pst,- #Falls Mm J®# JOB PRINT.NQ "^IJU-IV mjiiisiitivT 'Mi -rrrr rrr «*SF SSSjSd'' S SOW SUPPLIED Wt .MATERIAL, TROUGHOUT. M !sM SEAT, CHEAP AND OiAPID. The American housejs being re­ painted. 1 1 F. ,\V. Lindquist. of Crystal Falls, Mich., agent for A. E Johnson & Co., came in from Milaca Thursday* He had just located some settlers on a section .of land in Mille Lacs county Supt. A. E. Law's private car w&s sidetracked here Friday and the sup­ erintendent inspected -the railroad yards. He also looked over the grounds wh'ere a new depot ought to he. Capt. .Geo, Wetherstone.of Ishpein ing, Mich., who purchased eighty acres of land near town and some city property last year, was in the city Friday arranging for some improve­ ments. Miss Lena Nettersheiin, -the young lady who drew the $20 at the Tur­ ner Dry Goods company's store, purchased a sack of flour and «e«t it to a destitute family as soon as she got the money. •"7""-— The Little Falls Iron works started S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 May 1894

IP &• 8 ^SM K|? %i r1 THOUSANDS DEAD. Terrible Loss of Life by an Earth­ quake In. Venezuela on April 28. VILLAGES TOTALLY DESTROYED. State Department at Washington Notified and Assistance Asked. NEW YORK, May 10.—The Herald's Caracas dispatch says: A terrible earthquake took place* in Venezuela on April 28. Reports which have leen re­ ceived here from the districts affected tell of terrible loss of lif9 and destruc­ tion of villages and towns. The cities of Merida, La Gunilas, Chiguara and San Juan, situated in the northwest of the republic in the region of the Andes, are reported as having been totally de­ stroyed by a shock at 11 o'clock on the night of the 28th. Mfiny villages are said to be wrecked, but details are not yet to be had. The convulsion extended to parts of the adjacent republic of Co­ lombia. The full details will be learned slov^ly, but it is probable that 10,000 poople have perished and it is certain that the greatest suffering prevails in the places visited ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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