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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 June 1894

.1 4 E Li u\ Am r*"* $ilk .^1$?' HI 1 #1 II!" |£&" W. IP" rJ %1 -.71 Id purify, enrich and vitalize the blood, and thereby invigorate the liver and diges­ tive organs, brace up the nerves, and put the system in order generally, •Medical Discovery" has no equal. DYSPEPSIA III ITS WORST FORM. BBTHV DisxEBiiT, I^^GcttysTmroKPc^ who have had dyspepsia in Its worst forma know what it really can be. E. Dmro. E Tlie.latest private compartment cars, library buffet smoking cars and free reclining chair cars are run daily from St, Paul and Minneapolis to Milwaukee and Chicago, Its fine "electric lighled limiting" leaving St. Paul At 8:10 every evening and arriving in Chicago at 9:30 the following morning is not surpassed by any passenger train in America. Apply to'your home ticket agent'for full in­ formation and the lowest rates and ask for tick­ ets reading via, "The Milwaukee" beyond Sfc Paul. It 1r the United States Government's of­ ficial fast mail line. |§§§g E S O E S 4 4 Golden Wh...

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. — 29 June 1894

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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 June 1894

fifr fi l HV*- ^V^?&5£*. 1,1 '^'^Vi?//' m!0£, $M'i\ ..x. I ill |. ,f 1 5 &$]& gpB m-- i# -JOB* PRINTING mfh £4W#^ &* THEjTEAlMIPT "JOB DFFICi *S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NPV MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. FL SEAT, CHEAP ANI RAPID. flSGOHSIH CENTRAL UNES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) LATEST TI3V1B 2:45pm 1:26pm 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am 7:15am Carpenters are at work putting in shelving in the Morin building which is soon to be occupied by the Turner Dry Goods company. As the boy stood on the burning deck, deserted by the crew, he thanked his stars—no one could ask "Is this hot enough for you?"— Anoka Herald. 7 A lodge of the Order of Woodmen is soon to be organized here. There will be twenty charter members. Each member is insured very much the same a$Jn the A. O. U. WJ John Wetzel is having an addition erected on the refir of the building occupied by Mr. Sellers as a restau­ rant. Mr. Sellers' business has in­ creased rapidly of late and more room was required. Married....

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. — 29 June 1894

1 ,«• 8 §K iV~ S* ,»v -fe---" y& /V 1$C~ |£p KK8' "f tf could -4'j?* V- **£*%F SERMON. ON PULLMAN THE MAN A GREEDY HYPOCRITE, THE TOWN A HOLLOW SHAM. A Mcthodi.it Clergyman, Who Is Familiar With All tho Facts, Has tlxe Courage to Speak His Blind and Tear the Mask From the Face of Sir George. Rov. W. H. Cawardine of the Pull­ man Methodist church tooi for his text on Sunday evening Luke x, 7, laborer is worthy of his hire." The Chicago Herald furnishes the following report of the sermon: After referring to the strike among the workmen as the one question of the hour Mr. Cawardine said it was his duty as a minister of the gospel to look the situation squarely in the face with­ out equivocation, his conscience not per­ mitting him to keep silent. He wished Rev. Dr. Oggle, who preached the Sun­ day before, a pleasant journey to "the land where strikes are unknown and the poor always submit to the lords of the soil" and begged him "to think of us occasionally while we eat the .half l...

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 June 1894

C). il m&'x- 1 1 m,. Independence Day to Be Cele« brated In tlie Good Old style.' Parade, Speeches, Games and a Picnic Dinner in tlie Park, Turn Out and Help to Make It tlie Beat One in Yei irs. The big eagle, proposes to get right out and .veil on the Fourth of July in this neck of the woods. Enough funds have been contributed to get up a first-class time and liberal prizes will be given to those who win any of the events of the day. The committees met Tuesday night and have made arrangements for the day. There will, be a national salute at 8un rise. At 9:30 a. m. the parade will form at the city hall in the fol­ lowing order: Harn:onia band. Grand Army of Republic. Sons of veterans. City officials. Fire department. School children. Old settlers. Chateauguay club. Der Mannaerchor. Other soldries. Coxey's army. County officials. Citizens. LINE OF MARCH. Beginning at city hall, tnence west to First street, north to Second avenue, east to Third street, south to Broadway, thence we...

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 June 1894

•. Vj.jyswv $• •?$ i' jr~ WOBK OF \l~V JjOOtiDg- of Italian Stores and Res­ idences in French Towns Continues CONSULATE AT GKEROBLE SACKED. Flag of Italy Torn Down Portraits of Her Rulera Destroyed. LYONS, June 27.—At p. m. a riot­ ous mob gathered and marched upcfci the Italian quarter, in the'northern dis^ trict of the city. There the rioters at­ tacked and looted a number of stores. During the pillaging a barrel of petroleum exploded and burned three of the rioters to death. Troops have been hastily despatched to the northern district. In addition all the. danger­ ous points about Lyons have been occu­ pied by the military. More serious trouble is apprehended. Two Thoaaniid Arrests Made. LYONS* June 27.—Two thousand ar­ rests weTe THE FUNERAL TRAIN. President Carnot'g Remains Arrive Paris—Will Lie in State. PARIS, June 27.—The funeral train bearing the remains of the murdered president of the republic arrived here at 3:10 a. m. The prefect of the Seine, M. POUbelle, and his staff...

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 June 1894

«?3yyH, y^- *V«4 *-w f?K W & W £l |The Sage Thinks the Pittsburgs Look Like Winners. SECOND FOB THE PHILADELPHIAS. jTliir Place For New Yorks or Cleveland^. It Is Too Early, However, For an Accn rate Guess—The Temple Trophy and "Dirty Ball Playing." There is an extra incentive this year for each club of the National league to win (the pennant and even to finish second or [third. Since 1891 the players of a League .club have had no pecuniary inducement to iurge them on in their enorts to win the championship as there was prior to that time, when b, world's series between the winners iri the League and Association fol­ lowed the ending of the regular season, wherein the two teams shared in the re­ ceipts of the post championship games. During several of these world's ^ejies the contending players profited largely by gate receipts. Especially was this the case in 1887, when the Detroit and St. Louis teams played their celebrated world's series, traveling around to the principal cit...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 June 1894

i*?- It ROBES. 3/? V-fe. fc #it. and Not En- Elegant,-Hard to tlmsiasticaily Popular. ^Thte princess robe, declared by: the furBi irary law of fashion to be the mcxje, has not been adopted with whole souled entbn *$iV* Biasm, although it has a certain elegance placently forcedhimself "that two piece gowns never attain, *no mat-' •iter how rich or in how good taste they may /be.* Perhaps the small number of princes costumes seen is due to the fact that they mre extremely difficult to fit properly, a»d PRINCESS EVENING GOWN. that there is no convenient way of fastening them, except in the back, unless the front be draped in such away as to conceal the closing. It is certain that the st^le will never be­ come vulgarized, at any rate, and it is now rather exclusive, so much so that it can be said to never go really out of fashion any more than fine lace or low cut evening bod­ ices become obsolete. The two piece cos­ tume has the advantage of allowing more variety in the wardrobe, since...

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. — 6 July 1894

SM •flsvl fe '•SV p^iie 1 ti', VERYBAD OUTLOOK The Situation in the Railroad Strike Is Sensibly'Worse, Especially at Chicago. Stockyards, So Far as Receiving* and Distributing* Are Concerned, Are Useless. A Large Number of Roads Very Badly Crippled—Completely Tied Up at St.* Louis. CHICAGO, July 2. r—Advices to the Associated Press from various points indicate that the railway strike is spreading. President Debs of the American Railway Union is issuing or­ ders to strike in almost every direction, and they seem to be very generally obeyed. The situation in Chicago is sensibly worse. The Rock Island road, which had been free from disturbance up to Saturday morning, is now com­ pletely tied up in all the adjacent terri­ tory. The stock yards, so far as its receiving and shipping interests are concerned, are practically at a stand­ still, stopping the movement of all dressed beef outward, and all live stock inward. Reports From Various Roads. The Pittsburg and Fort Wayne road is severe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

*'"x iu A I I! 7 It is !iV' I® •.w'ri •, ijioK STRIKE SITUATION Stated at A. K. TJ. HeadqfiartdiFr That fobGeneral Strike Has Been Or-fH" The Report That the Eoad Had Capit­ ulated Is Denied by General Manager Egran. -Y%"'t7: .r Five Thousand Men at Cmeinnati and Vicinity Quit—Strike at Other Points. CHICAGO, Jane 30.—All morning su­ burban trains over the lines entering the Union depot came in substantially on time. These include the Barling ton, Alton and Pennsylvania systems. Most of the switches, previously oper­ ated from the tower house at Van Buren street, near the Union depot, had be?n changed to the old style switches, and the tracks were moved by nd lever?. This made it (possible to employ inexperienced men. report was received that all the clerks in the freight house of the Northwestern road at Western avenue, some 200, quit work after having taken their places at their desks. The officials of the road denied the rumor. It is reported that Vice President Howard of the Ame...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

1 P*?V F* Wv5 *&%• %that UNIONS. AND STRIKES HOW FAR SHOULD A STRIKER GO ENFORCING iHIS DEMANDS? jliL The Bight to Shut Off the Food* Supply of Dependents Carries With It Duties—The Case Only Half Stated by the Plutocratic P*es«—The Better "Way®si^^^: Every so often the plutocratic news­ papers of the coxmtey turn loose their editorial columns in condemnation and abuse' of labor organizations. Capital­ istic editors are like sheep in that they follow a leader. When there is a big strike on or one that attracts general attention, some prominent corporation organ starts the ball rolling, and within a short time, all the whipper snapper editors get to grinding out platitudes about the rights' guaranteed under our glorious government to every citizen and the danger to our institutions in the lawless acts of. striking workingmen. Take the Great Northern strike, for in­ stance. While it was pending1 and as it became almost a sure thing that the men would win, the plutocratic hire­ lin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

?c-r & pr St41' i', fe *VV r:f i'Tf They Come to Grief at Last. w-"" ". 'T'T'- 3- ,\ A PAIR OFSLY ROGUES Swindling Exploits of Edward Howe and Martha Stiles. THEY HAVE A CLEVER SYSTEM. He Swindled 'Harvard Graduates All Over the Country While She Worked the G. A. B. Posts With a "Drummer Boy" Story. The recent arrest in New York city of Martha E. Stiles, alias Kate Clayton, was the means of throwing full light upon the operations of the cleverest pair of swin­ dlers known in American police annals. The other member of the precious duo is Edward Bobbins Howe, whose arrest in Chicago for defrauding various Harvard alumni last December caused a sensation and who now languishes in the Cook coun­ ty jail awaiting trial on 13 indictments. The methods of Howe and his wife—for such has Martha Stiles proved to be— stand out as the most unique and singular­ ly successful ever employed by cunning rogues. Their victims are numbered in every large city in the United States, and for 20 years ...

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. — 6 July 1894

3 ')r^E- P' w©!? 1 Abreast o/the Times. TO Werve and! Brain Trea!m« eold tinder positive written guarantee, by autho. jzod agentsonlyr to euro Weak Memory Loss o* Brain and Nerve Power Lost Manhood: Quickness. jSifcht Lo8ses _Evtt Dreams Lack of Confidence: V^^/i1088* ^^tude all Drains Loss of Power the Generative Organs in either sex, caused by Youthf?) 4* h,. Ivlttle yW%f%r**U*,wvic Errors, or Excessive Use of obacco, Opium xr Liquor, rvhich Boon lead to .?^8u^rpt^i In6?n^^aBd ^eath. By mail a bos, 0 for with written guarantee to cure or refund jnoney. WEST'S COUGH SYRUP. A certain «pr!L Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, WLooping Cough. Sore Throat. Pleasant to taim. oM @HOWFt. Falls, .Minn WEBSTER'S INTERNA TIONAL DICTIONARY Ji Grand Educator, mm—mm Successor of the 1'Unabridged.'' Everybody should own this Dictionary. It ?m swers all questions concerning the his­ tory, spelling, pro­ nunciation, and meaning of words. A library in Itself, Hon. D. J. Brewer, Justice of U. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

li IP 1. V-f J: afe W?mm 4 -O S^?v~ ,« 1 1 7 .-3W fUf :p/^iJr 1»R j^-J *#,f ITT1.E FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRID\Y. SUBSCRIPTION O tp y»ar. ......................... «........«••«•••»«" Six muntud ...»............ ......~.....«w. f}re«)UQlltlu ADVERTISING RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS, ADVERTISES 6 RATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Pi of essional Cai (is, 1 month $1.00 inch, one month..!..... 1-50 2 inches, one month, 2.75 3 inches, one month...... 3.50 4 inches, one month,... 4.25 5 inches, one month, 5.00 10 inches, one month,... 8.50 20 inches, one month,.. 15.00 40 inches, one month, ....25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one year 10.50 3 inches, OD6 ycftrmMim h««hm15»00 4 inches, one year ...18.00 5 inches, one year 21.00 10 inches, one year 36.00 20 inches, one year 60.00 40 inches, one year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insert...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

-m Pi: A* [".V, mi fHi O I N I N ^-3. l]W* iw-.---' x. TIE TRAHSCB1PT JOMffFlCl v* NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TUOUGHOtJT. 1 1 NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Judge of Probate Treettel is con­ fined to hi# home by illness. Lon Neill went up to the Nokasebe Friday to do some log scaling for Chas. Moberg of Brainerd. Although people are complaining of hard times a number of new dwelling houses are being built here this year. Andy McGuire was up before Jus­ tice Shaw Friday morning and paid $7.75 for the fun he had the night previous. The Interstate Milling company has put up a shed over the main drive belt to protect it from the weather. Charley Pullman, the-liveryman, can stand the strike as long as teams are in good demand to reach other railroad systems. The A. R. (J. will doubtless "do" the Pullman car company to a finish, but other interests of the country will suffer terribly. J. W. Berg came home on his bi­ cycle Thursday, but only from the depot. He managed to catch a freight train ...

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. — 6 July 1894

mm. rt^'v fy' V. 4V\vk- ^*2. ss~ jf^ i^V TEAR Tl' TRACKS. A Mob of Strikers and Hoodlums Re­ ported at Work on the Hock Island Road. They Were Tearing* UP Tracks and Derailing1 Trains at Fifty- •'. first Street. wr. Bonfire of freight Cars at West Pullman, Just Out of Reach of Soldiers. CHICAGO, July 5.—Just before 1 p. m. a mob of strikers and hoodlums were reported tearing up tracks and derail­ ing trains on the Rock Island road at Fiity-first street. The police were called upon to send a sufficient force to sub­ due the mob. BURNED CARS. A Bonfire at West 1 allman Not in the Nature of a Celebration. CHICAGO, July 5.—The Fourth of July was almost a mockery in Chicago. The day was made the occasion for a big bonfire, but it was not in the way of a celebration. As if in defiance of the calling out of federal troops, came an act of incendiarism against the allied railroads. Almost the first news of the national, holiday was a report pf the firing of a number of cars at West Pullman, ...

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. — 6 July 1894

\fc Sr .1 i» PrV- per ip. M-xj in The Northern Pacific Em­ ployes Still Out This City. •ism?'4 -J'- & The Interstate Roller Flour pills Shut Down for! Want of Cars. Ii. F. & D. Brakemen Refuse Do Switchmen's Work. A Rumor That the Engi­ neers Have Been Or­ dered Out. As stated in Thursday's paper the strike has just begun, and everything is being tied up tighter every hour. Thursday the L. F. & D. train had the usual number of cars, but this morning it arrived from Brainerd with only the coaches and hardly anyone in them. No. 8 came in on time, but No. 2, the through train from the west, failed to put in an appearance. The last train from the east was a freight that arrived Thursday after­ noon. The men here are still on a strike except the engine meit, and of course there is nothing for them to do. Not a mnii is doing a turn and last night forthe first time in the history of the road no lights were placed on the switch stands. Everything was in darkness and the depot an...

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. — 6 July 1894

S 'Z* The Northern Pacific Will Try to Start a Train from St. Paul Geii. Man. Kendrick Says He Will Run Trains with New Men Strikers Threaten to Stop Trains—U. S. Mar shalls Special to Transcript. Duty 011 St. PAUL, June 29.—No Northern Pacific trains have been able to leave here since Wednesday morning*, and the officials still refuse to re-instate the men who were discharged for re­ fusing- to handle trains with Pullman cars. General Manager Kendrick says he has hired new men to take the place of those who will not work, and that a train will be started out tonight. A large force of strikers is congregated near the round house, and there is alsoaforce of United States marshals in the neighborhood of the company's property, prepared to protect the workingmen who will do the work. There has been no trouble, but the strikers declare that the train will not be allowed to go out. As the road is in the hands of the United States courts, the officers will extend all the protection needed...

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. — 6 July 1894

V\# t- V,,lv— iiv,- WM if *j & It Is ViCiSfV THE RUSSIAN THISTLE^ Talaable Information For thePeople Fur rS niahed liy Congress* Numerous bills were introduced dur­ ing the present session of congress for the extermination of the Russian this tle, a pest which bids fair to devastate the entire northwestern country. Con­ gress has been appealed to with all the power of persuasion known to the agri­ cultural interests of these exposed states. The country and the people are to be congratulated upon the prompt action of thef house committee on agricultura The following is their action in the mat­ ter: "The extermination of the thistle is certain if each farmer on his own lands will give sufficient care and atten­ tion to the destruction of these weeds before they mature." Splendid! How long do you suppose it would have taken the intelligent* farmers of our northwestern country to have learn­ ed this great fact? Congress certainly is entitled to the thanks of the people for this sple...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 July 1894

fey III ?s&». IP lij$3 #3- f~.V ffsffr- !pon 'j S4s^i if mm Sgp"*1^f3 s'JBSrr V, ,-vJu.. ftSf-" A LATEST FASHIONS^ fe#| -1 f&WJfc' :. .. ^ITAILOIR MADEGOWNS FOR MORNING. mfml SILK FOR JLinen For Midsummer. :•. '. -».» '1S.«*l{f. -3» -C Fashionable women wear tailor made .. gowns in the morning, on th€ prome­ nade and for traveling. In the afterno&i the garment becomes a silk one, or cre- perhaps, or other soft stuff, made tip in Frenchy effects. These'soft fall­ ing materials are treated with exceed? ing grace, and the sleeves, which are all large and of the gigot shape at the top, are often gracefully raffled on the arm, And the pannier style suits this soft ma- 0 && ii^rv»t»*F itfhi AFTERNOON £*%$ S'v •Favorite Materials and Styles of the Season. Covert Coating Furnishes a Popular Fab «ie For Tailor Suits—Tailor Gowns of DRESS OF MOIRE AND SATIN. terial very well. Everything is trimmed with lace. A charming reception dress is trimmed with ecru lace, laid flat o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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