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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 November 1895

*b rt* If at JOB POINTING THE TRlHSl.BIPT 'JOB OFFlC NOW SUPPLIED WITH MATERIAL.'TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPII Jtead J. B.Gibbons'advertisement. a big trade Merchants enjoyed again Saturday, A. Sltzman, village recorder of Plerz, was in Little Falls Saturday. J. J. Rassler Is building ft barn on his residence lot *on Second street northeast. *. A daughter wax .»orn to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tavlor, of the West side, last Friday. |£rRichard Bros, have received their fall Roods. Call in and see them. The Snuk Centre Avalanche has been sold by Frank Barhum to Si- monton Bros. The St. Cloud water supply is re­ ported to be impure by the state health officer. Wm. Long, the Lincoln saw mill man, .w^as doing business in Little Falls yesterday. The Rhode Island census shows that that state' has 10.000 more women than men. The deen killing season has closed, but venison may be kept, in posses­ sion until the 25th. The Mendelssohn orchestra wWl give a grand ba^l at Gross opera house on Thanksgi...

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. — 22 November 1895

8 ally islanded *t vttriom points and at its cltise. MGR. NUGENTS ADDRESS. Indutrlou Poor nf Europe Anilou to Kmlirmc. The regular order wm suspended at this point to enable Mgr. Nugent of Liverpool, Eng., to delver a short ad­ dress which had been requested by many delegates. Mgr. Nugent spoke in an interesting vein of his earlier visits to America, and how he was im­ pressed by the wonuerful resources of Hie country. In 1878 he came to Minnesota for the first time, and, under the guidance of Dillon O'Brien, made a visit to various parts of the state, the result of whioh was the sending of many immigrants to this state. Re­ cently he had made another tour of the state, and was amazed at the progress and improvement of the country. The indrstrious poor of Europe, he said, were only too anxious to secure homes in this Northwestern country, recogniz­ ing in it the garden of the new world, and the steamship companies would gadly co-operate with the railroad companies at America to dist...

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. — 22 November 1895

From Monday's Daily. !i i:' tive Page DROWNED MAN FOUND. An Unknown Man Found in the Mississippi Be­ low this City Sunday Afternoon. Nothing on His Person to Identify Him—Liquor Probably Cause of Death. The liorly of an unknown man wns fonnd in the MiHRiswijipi at about 3 o'chick Sunday ufternoon ly Vine Tourtillntte. who was down the river huntinj? ducks. The place where he was found was about one mile below the city, in the east channel, opposite what is known as Shea's island. When discovered the body was lying face down in very shallow •water on a sand bar, midway be­ tween the east shore and the island. The discoverer informed the au­ thorities, and the body was brought to this city and placed in the morgue, •where a careful search of his be­ longings was made for some clue to his identity, Kit nothing was found on his person that would indicate who he was or where he came from. In his pockets were found about $1 In small change, a snuff box. a pair of pocket scissors, match sa...

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. — 22 November 1895

JWyV M, m- IN k'.\.. BATCH 1 REPORTS. Government Officials Review Their Work During the Past Year. Morton's Annual Devoted to Cattle and Their In­ spection. The Proficiency of Lifesavers Shown—Our Naval Militia. WASHINGTON, NO*. 18.—Tlio report of the secret-ary of agriculture begins with a review of the work of the bureau of animal industry. The total number of animals inspected at the slaughter houses was considerably over 18,000.000, an increase of more than 5,500,000 over the previous year. During the year antemortem inspection was also made of 5,000,000 animals. The cost- of in­ spection was reduced to 1.1 cents per animal. In 1893 inspection cost 4% cents per animal and in 1894 it cost, 1% cents. Over 1,360,000 animals, cattle and sheep were inspected for foreign markets, of which 675,000 were shipped? abroad. Over 45,000,000 pounds of por* were in­ spected microscopically and exported, us against 86,000,000 in lb'J4 and 2if,000,000 pounds in 1893. Market* for American Meat. M...

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. — 22 November 1895

LOGS AND LUMBER. Shipments are Somewhat Less than During Oc­ tober—Decrease at Minneapolis. Various Items of Interest Concerning Lumbering Operations and Mills. A statement of the railroadH reach­ ing the pine region of Michigan, Wis­ consin and Minnesota shows that during 1894 the total n'imber of car loads of lumber shipped was 132,751. Iowa was the largest market, and received 44,502 cars and the DaKotas received 3,875 cars. The Musser-Sauntry Lumber com­ pany operating on the St. Croix and its branches, is sending large numbers of men daily to its camps near Ded ham, Wis. It is operating sixteen camps in this vicinity and will cut and bank 150,000,000feet of logs. The company will also cut -about ten million feet on Moose and Tamarac rivers, making its total cut 360,000, 00 feet. A correspondent from Grand Rap­ ids states that as tbe season for log­ ging a!i ^nces. more and more men are bting sent Into the Woods and additional camps are being estab­ lished. It luoks as though th...

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. — 22 November 1895

'. l! to tii »#y '|i'| ita' I •i: ii j' Hi' 3 :M $ ^fi ill 'f if a liii ,. uhr! 11- if i!|j 1! il jpi i! .11 Uu SI l!'|. ?r •,{ if Hill Xn Unuuually Large'Itudlence In JCttendance—The FIret of City School®- Lecture Course. The audience that jsreeted Sir Michael Sh'.vendorff In the court house WeiiufwlHy eveiiliiKto liHten in liis lecture «U "KuHsian S9eking PIIBOIIH and ISi jprian Kxile'"\vaH, without doubt, the largest that has turned out in our cit.v f»»r severul yearn to linteu to ail evening's eiiiertniuiiieiit of tlilw nature. Mr. Meyendorff In a gentle­ man of Htrikinj? ap|»earance and poHHesHes an excellent roiiimund of the EiikIImIi laiijruatce. Hin portray­ al of the uprMn^ ol the I'ollsh peo­ ple in their hint attempt to «ain national freedom of the part which he took in the-revolution of his capture and trial Itis banishment nml filial release, wan Hlinple yet vivid and attractive in the extreme. He held the closest attention of his hearers, and the deepe»t interest was m...

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. — 29 November 1895

It Wjlll Pay You to Trade at The We are the only exclusive Dry Goods gftore in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains of best selected goods for the money, ever brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. Anions the special MttrnctloiiH that claiuiH your attention because of their vnlu«n and HtyleH, are our 36 inrh imported French all wool serges in all shaden at 2®c you will pay 48e at other stores. 36 inch cashmeres in all similes for 18c. that will cost .vou Nat least 20c elsewhere. 84 inctiv heavy, ail wool Storm and French serges at 48c thaf you will pay 50c for half cotton else­ where. We are the leftders in dretM goods and will sell you all wool goods for what you pay for cottou warp. Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you 91 50 in the cities. Save money trade at home, and get our samples before buying, ami convince yourselves that you can buy good wool goads at prices you have been paying for cotton. 1 CO a? W to 9 a a o« 2 2 2 3 5 s. 3 UNDERWEXR. Our special Jer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

flSlS: ,Jfer AWSIWM I The Murder of Alexander P. Crittenden by Laura D. Fair. IT STARTLED THE COUNTRY IN 1870 The Woman Waa Four Time* Married, and Crittenden Had Been Her Best Friend. Her Romantic Career In the Mining Camps of Nevada. [Copyright, 1886, by American Press Associa­ tion:] Ex-Chief of Polioe Byrnes of Now York, who knows human nature a great deal bettor than ho does the English language, said on one' occasion: "I think the best woman Is a little bit better than the host man, but the worst woman is so much worse than the worst man ns tft more than even things up on the side against her." Laura 1). Fair was'not an angel, though, in reading over the 6peeohes made in her defence, one is forced to the conclusion that her lawyers bullovod her to be one of THE ASSAULT AT .VIRGINIA CITY, the purest and best women since the days of Herod, or else they were oonsciously awaro of the fact that they were uttering the greatest falsehoods ever beard by hu­ man ears since the days of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

's -v,*1 Director of the Mint Makes His Annual Report to Secre tary Carlisle, And Introduces a Little His­ tory in Regard to 'Mone tary Legislation. Claims That Silver Was De­ monetized in 1858—Other Reports. WASHINGTON, NOV. 25.—The director of the mint has submitted his report to the secretary of the treasury. The value of the gold deposited at the mints and assay offices during the fiscal year was $87,482,082, of which $65,161,007 were original deposits and $22,321,023 were redeposite. The value of the de posits of domestic silver lA.llion at the, mints during the fiscal yes? was £8,804, £63, and worn and mutilated domestic coins, at silver dollar value, $8,899,853 foreign bullion and coin, $1,780,923 old plate, jeweby, etc.. $740,061. The coin­ age by,the mints during the year was gold, $43,988,475 silver dollars, $3,956, Oil subsidiary silver coins, $5,113,469 minor eoins, $713,594 a total coinage of '$58,715,549, In addition to the coinage executed by the mints during the year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

uh Hsnijcnee, and MXDE AN *B81CNMENT MAY SETTLE THEM. Joseph Grccngard, Men's Furn- Ishlng Gobds Dealer. Fi­ nancially Embar­ rassed. Joxeph Greenjftml, who hnn lieen conducting a j?e»t*n furnlHliirig goodnature In tiie Flynn block for the last three .ve»irn. nin.de ttii a«nlirii irient for the benefit of hh» creditors Friday Hfternoon. F. A. Lindberuh hti* appoint­ ed Iimmbeen taken cliai'Wfe of tlie stock of KoodH and other property included in the RKHiinimeiit. Th»» mount ofliahilties and uHSota huH not yet been figured up by the nHHiguce an there are quite a number of claims b.v wholesale houses that have not been presented, but the liabilities are estimated at between #4,000. a lid $.5,000. The assests are more difficult to estimate, an the as MKiimeut includes real estate in .St. l'aul and West Superior. The business has been run tinder the Supervision of Isaac Greenyard, a son of Joseph Greenjrard, and he Hives as a reason for the failure the hurd times which every business m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

From Wednesday's Daily. THANKSGIVING DRY. It will be Fittingly Observed In This City Tomorrow Many Reason* for Our Citizen* to be Thank tul. Tomorrow Is the day which, ac­ cording to custom, Is set aside each year by the nation's chief executive as the time to render thanks for nil the blessings bestowed upon eftch individual by an all wise Providence. In looking over the last year as compared with former ones, the peppie ot Little Falls and Morrison county have much to be thankful for. First of all, thanks are due for the bountiful harvest and great abund­ ance of all kinds of vegetables of tliiw season that has made it possible lor all to live cheaply and places even the poorest classes beyond ths pos­ sibility of suffering for food. The Benevolent Aid society, which has charge of the city poor, and also answer all caiis front the country, report that the number of cases requiring assistance have been very small. The bills for help given to the city poor last year often reached $1...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

irrriE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. T'O. PfJBMSHED BVERY KBIDW. SUBSCRIPTION! One year.... J® Six Three months *9 IVKKT1HINUKATKHLOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN Debs still has a very poor opin­ ion of the law, and ihe way it is enforced in this conn try. It is generally bjlieved that the Republican national convention will bo held in Chicago next year. Secretary Morton thinks Cleve­ land should have a third term, be­ cause he has been such a good president. What has Morton got against this country anyway? Many congressman hove already reached Washington, and various plans are suggested for saving the country. It is not believed* that free silver will be necessary. How many yotes are any of the candidates for the Republican nomination for governor getting just now? It is rather difficult to excite the average voter yet.'- A horseless carriage that started from New York for OhieagV -P^r Jaiid" was obliged tq' abandon, the roads and finish the joyrney in a bdx car. The roads were to...

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. — 29 November 1895

JOB PRINTING THE-TlAHSiilPT JOB OFFlCt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGH OUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. Another pulp mill 1M to be built at Eau Claire to cost $30,000. Hundred* of farmer* were jn the city with Km In Saturday. The east bound Pacific coast train vjns several hours late Monday. A daughter \v us born* to Mr. and Mrs. A. Lepper Saturday morning-. Hotel Bucknian was supplied with storm doors and windows Saturday, |@P*Scbool reward cards, bhtlulay cards and Christmas cards alao line line of Oxford Bibles at Tuttle's Newsstand. New Ulm gets auother railroad for f£,000 bonus. But then, New Ulm is a good town. One of the orphans at St. Gabriel's hospital is reported as very sick •wjlth scarlet fever. Michaud & Co. are using the old post-office building uu Broadw ay as an apple warehouse. Grinley & Romnes make some new announcements, in this issue. Read their advertisement. D. Trettelis putting in a hot water heating plant iu bis r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 November 1895

8 CHILDS MBA HAND. Attorney General Intervenes In Pearsall's Appeal Against Hill's Road. Declined to Do So When the Case Came Up Before Judge Sanborn, But Now Appears By Consent of All the Parties to the Record. ST. PAWL, NOT. 27.—Attorney General Clrlds has intervened on behalf of the state in the appeal of the injunction gait of Thomas W. Peat-sail against the Cfreat Northern Railway company. This is the case in wjtich Mr. Pearsall, astookholner in the Great Northern, applied to the United States court for •n injunction to prevent that company from consolidating with the Northern Paciflo. When the hearing came np before Jndge Sanborn, General Childs was given an opportunity to intervene on behalf of the state, but he declined to do so. The case was decided by Judge Sanborn in favor of the company. General Childs then, on behalf of the state, began a action of a similar na­ ture in &e district court, and a few days ago Judge Kelly granted the in­ junction ask*4 for, his decisio...

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. — 29 November 1895

TAKES MUCH MONEY. B. Roth we II Examln^f Mon­ tana Mining Property and Finds Large Investment* Necesuary. E. Rothwell recently returned from Helena, Montana, where he has been examining some mining: prop­ erty, with vle»v to securing the in­ vestment. of money in its develop­ ment. The property was some thirty miles from Helena, and while there w/6s certainly gold to be ob­ tained from the mine, the expense of developing the mine would be much greater than he had understood. He visited Helena, Butte, and other mining cities, unil the trip was very interesting. Mr. Itothwell reports the people of Montnna as being very much dissatisfied over the' decrease, in the fall, of the prico of silver, as the result has been the shutting down of all the mines containing low grade ore. The richest mines are still worked, but «t greatly re­ duced profits. At one time the the silver production was enormous, and now the people ou't there feel that the government should do something to increase the ...

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. — 29 November 1895

5-f «•. «. •\m. IL. gfiK fc'l 1 Si©:- I. __ .jFJl'vby *-yv»r LOVED BY THE SOUTH B. PLANT HAS DONE MUCH FOR THAT SECTION'S DEVELOPMENT. Identified With Southern Katerprise* Tor Cartr-OM Teui and Honored by Spe­ cial Day at Atlanta— HI* Transportation Inter—t« Hli Bemarkable Career. There is little donbt that the new south owes as ranch of its present indus­ trial development to H. B. Plant as to any other one man. Indeed there is no other one probably who has done so mnch in that direction. Certain it is that the resident* of the southeast quar­ ter of Uncle Sam's farm consider them­ selves under great obligations to Mr. Plant, and this was exemplified only recently, when the managers of (he At­ lanta exhibition designated one day to his special honor (Oct. 1.7, bis seventy sixth birthday, by the -way), a distinc­ tion which is rare enongh to make it specially notable. Mr. Plant has von the respect and esteem of the southern people as a bnsi sees man, and justly so, since in that oap...

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. — 29 November 1895

READY TO BUILD. John Strange at Sauk Rapid* Ready to Build the Paper Mill. St. Cloud TiH.es: Johtt M. Strange, of Menanha. Wis., arrived iu St. Cloud last evening. He expects to remain in this city and Sauk Rapids for several days, and is here for the purpose of closing *up 1 lie pending negotiations between himself and the latter place. The village has voted the $25,000 bonds, and in re­ turn Mr. Strange is to build a new 16-foot dam across the Mississippi, just below the wagon bridge, supply the town, with water works and electric light plant and build a $'250, 00U paper mill. All the details have not yet been arranged, and it is un­ derstood that there are a few ob­ stacles in the way of flow age rights. The people, however, have so unan­ imously declared in favor of the new project that no serious trouble Is. ap­ prehended. In case Mr. Strange succeeds in the consummation oftlie plans now pro­ jected, he will immediately organize the new company which he has formed. All the nece...

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. — 29 November 1895

•i Powers Must Hold the Ground They Have Assumed Re­ garding Turkey. A Retreat From Their Position Would Mean a Loss of Prestige. No Material Difrerenca Opinion Among the Nations. GOVERNMENT ALERT. Jfcrery P*wlM« r*eoa«Men TmUum Ashland Ore Slilpmnnta. ASHLAND, Wis., Nov. 27.—Ore ship­ ments from Ashland for the season of 1895 have closed, the steamer H. H. Johnson clearing with the last cargo. The total shipments for the season have jeen a,350,225 tons, 122,188 tons in ex jess of any previous record. With what has gone from Escunaba the year's total for the Gogebic range will be about 2.540,000 gross tons. ALASKA'S ARCHBISHOP. fltaari of the Greek Church la America Visit* Minneapolis. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 27.—This is ni important week for the Greek Catholi church of Minneapolis, for it is the oc­ casion of the visit of Archbishop Nich olas of Alaska and the Aleutian Island* and the head of the Greek church ir America. This is his third visit to th city, the last being about a year ago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 December 1895

'i 4? iff"' 4 Ux •. ,'f W A BP 1 far ip? •'iV("'.',„ 1 VOL 20. 'r*—"» It Will Pay You to Trade at Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you $1 50 in the cities. Save'money triide at home, and jret our samples before buying, anil convince yourselves that you can buy good wool goods at prices you have been paying for cotton. PLESSE BERR IN MIND That no matter what .p|rlc«» thcr® advertise you can always get the •ame good* Wr jc«t money or Better Opoda for the same money at Ebaftale News. Mrs. A. Thomas, went to St. Cloud Tuesday. School closes next Friday for the holiday vacation. C. H. Castrup came up from Min­ neapolis Thursday and returned Fri­ day. M. J. Madison was taken quite ill with a fever the first of th'e Week. Rev. A. H. Peterson was called and he pronounced .If to be a Wedding fever which is quite contagious throughout the county. The neces­ sary remedy was procured at once in the person of Miss Christine Pet­ erson. The minister'tied the nuptial knot an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 December 1895

C0HSUMFT10N. Its Treatment and Ooife NATURE'S GREATEST REMEDY FOR AN IMPOVERISHED CONDITION OF THE SYSTEM KICKAPOO INDIAN.. SAGWA. USED FOR GENERATIONS BY THE INDIANS, THEIR A NI.VER-FAILING ENDORSEMENT FOR THEIR WONDERFUL MEDICINE. "nsrz refuses to receive the •weaker and weaker, and gradually failing to perform their natural functions, death 3s the result. Sufferers from this most dreaded disease should on experiencing any of the ever accom­ panying symp­ toms, such as a general feeling of lassitude, sallow complexion, de­ crease in weight, sleeplessness, night-sweats, nervousness and susceptibility to colds, immediate­ ly take Kickapoo Indian Sagwa. This now famous medicine has ^beeji for centuries regularly used by the Indians. Their freeness from this, as well as all similar diseases is ample proof of its great merits. When it is remembered that this is skillfully compounded of roots, barks, gums and. herbs of the forest, and contains no poisorious ingredients what ever, it wil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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