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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 December 1895

Bartholdl's Statue of Washing­ ton and Lafayette Unveiled in the French City. Thrf Gift of Joseph Pulitzer In Honor to France For Revo­ lutionary Help. Another Bond Cementing the Traditional Friendship of the Two Nations. PARIS, Deo. 2.—Bright weather shone upon the ceremony of unveiling the group of statuary of Washington and Lafayette, modeled by the well known sculptor, Frederick Auguste Bartholdi, and presented to the city of Paris by Joseph Pulitzer, editor of the New York World. Mr. Ballard Smith, London corre­ spondent of the New York World, first made a short speech as Mr. Pulitzer's representative, presenting the group of statuary, which was frequently ap­ plauded. Mr. Smith alluded to the fact that it was Mr. Pulitzer's good fortune as editor and proprietor of the New York World to inaugurate the popular subscription which gave a worthy ped­ estal to M. Bartholdi's statue of Liberty enlightening the world in New York harbor, and, in conclusion, in Mr. Pulitzer's name, he p...

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. — 6 December 1895

P" It,..., 4 •WERE lr & "P & IT CHAMBER OF COMMBftCB. Well Rtf^dCd Meeting this Morning-Help the Farmer*' Institute. 3 A regular meeting of the chamber' of commerce was held at the city IIHII MOIHIH.V with about twenty members* prexeut. Prertiden Ctiuley AVUH ubwent, and Vice President Munser called ho meet fug to order. After the iniiinteH of the la«t meefbiK •were read and approved, the follow­ ing new member# were elected: J. L. Thatcher. D. Tretteland P. VV. Blake. Up to the present time the election of members 1I:IS heeu rather Informal and at this meeting it was decided that hereafter the election of mem­ bers should take a regular course. That provides that an election cun not take place until the next meeting after application is made. The secretary was instructed to notify members when their dues were payable. A communication from Dr. i.JO. Durtyer regarding the state farmers' Institute vvas read and referred to committee on city development and publi* policy of whi...

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 December 1895

Mr. Cleveland Tells Congress of Our Foreign Relations and Finances. Venezuelan Question Made an Occasion for Reiterating Monroe Doctrine. Creenbacks Should Be Retired and National Bank Notes Substituted. WASHINGTON, Deo. 8.—The following is President Cleveland's message tc «ongress: •, To THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES: The present assemblage of the legisla­ tive branch of our government occurs at a "time whan the interests of our people and the needs .of the country give especial prominence to the condition of our ior •eign relations and 'the exigencies of our national finance-'.' The reports of the heads of the several administrative de­ partments of the .government fully and Plainly exhibit tyhatr has been accom­ plished within the scope of their respec tivedutlesand'preseiit such recommenda­ tions for the betterment of our -country's oondition as patriotic and intelligent labor and observation suggest. I therefore deem my executive duty Adequately performed at this time by pr...

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. — 6 December 1895

srrriE FAILS TRANSCMPT BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. PDBL.I8H1D EVERY FRIDMT. SUBSCRIPTIONS O a !»Hs«|* montlm Fort Ripley $1 ISO 76 40 months «l»VBFT!HING RATES UOW. TLB FALL8, MINN MTB. M. A. FoHter spent Saturday in Little Falls vlnlting relatives. Supt. H. J. Horn WHS in town Tuesday. ('apt. n. M. Casey left Tuesday for Ills home in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hose and,Mrs Berg went to Little Falls Monday. Mrs. C. N. Troxel has gone to Mln nenpolls to visit her daughter. Mrs O. K. .lenks. Mrs. Cnrllsle. who has been visit ing relatives at PaynesviU^. arrived home Saturday. Mr. Grant Hand, who spent the summer in Dakota, arrived home Friday. Mrs. H. E. Robinson le*t on Satur­ day to join her husband, who is in Minneapolis. Mrs. J. Smith, after nn absence of several months in Wisconsin, re­ turned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brldgeman and family, of Little Falls, after vis­ iting relatives here a few days, re­ turned home Monday. The dunce at Frank Fessenden's ThnukHgiving night was ...

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. — 6 December 1895

-™J5Pp|y-. ••".'".aVp* tfvV" IS liff »i, I »f- -iU 1^". »V Pf i" -/"V* aaaan&irawg ••f »v- *Mn JOBJ-RtHTIHO JOB omct NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW T&J' MATERIAL TROPGHOUT. ,*EAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Bead J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. •_— The president's message is pub lished in tbiH issue. Some of the telephone wires appar­ ently have a Jag on Tuesday. C. O. Faqnin, of Motley, has been allowed an additional pension. Miss Viva Pullman is now em­ ployed us clerk at the Fair store. A son was born to Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Campbell Saturday evening. The West side planing mill wasshut down Saturday, owing to a scarcity o( cars. Six thousand people attended the Melba concert at Minneapolis Friday evening. A daughter was born last Thursday to Mr. aud Mrs. Roger Martin, of this city. Night Operator Bauinan is taking a layoff and his place is filled by Operator Dagman. The stock of toys at Wetzel's Pharmacy (Close's old stand) is be­ ing closed out at cost. The examination of Charles H. Stuckey, the ...

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 December 1895

STORIES OF HEROISM. Led the Charge at Areola. Nov. 15,1796,Nat poleon carried the bridge at Areola by a display of person­ al heroism like that With of Loili. which won Italy upon its first campaign-he had been cat off and would be compelled to retreat in the face of the Anstriaiis un­ less he could wrest victory from desper­ ate odds. Feigning retreat, he marched his troops upon the extensive morasses of Areola on the flank ol the Anstrians. A single bridge led to the Austrian bat teries, which swept the dikes and cause ways along which the French wore ad vancing. Marshal Augereau led tho col umn whose line of march was over the bridge. The front ranks were mowed Fought on Nov. 15, 1777, the patriots were driven from Fort Mifflin on tho Delaware after a week's defense un­ the Ruins. excelled for heroism. The British open­ ed bombardment on the 10th with the guns of 14 strong redoubts, four 64 gun ships, standing 900 yards off, and two 40 gun ships, besides a floating battery of 22 ...

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 December 1895

£S| \i A BAD EFFECT. Business Failures are Dam­ aging to the City and Should be Discour­ aged. A Careful Investigation Should be Made Into Assignments. tnlsfoi' OCCIIPH, Any business failure is a tune for the city in which it as the reasonable supposition is that it indicates that tlie community is not prosperous, and that unusual care should be taken in extending credit and confidence to any citizens of the city. Failures may be caused in various ways—by poor manage­ ment, by unusual losses, by general bard tiuies and lack of business in a community, or by direct fraud. Business failures are recognized as legitimate by the law, and the law provides means by which a man who is unable to pay his debts may place his property in the hands of thecourt tor disposal, and the proceeds used for the best interests of thecreditors. The fact that such proceedings are provided by law, and sanctioned by the best commercial usages, and sometimes necessarily taken advan­ tage of by upright, and ho...

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 December 1895

1 .y •t v:- 3 p'- •HOUSEHOLD. JNati&alafclair Pvfnt* by Which Good 1*. Mar EHU| B« lUeacolMd. ^Tbp intelligent nnd judicious choic of birda intended table purposes is a sabjeot which evuiy housewife ought carefully to study, as it forms a very important, item in practical bousekeep log. The points necessary to remember are few and simple, and donbtlosis they are fnlly understood by experienced readers. Still, us we must all be young housewives before we can be pld ones, it may, prove helpful to many who liave not "as yet Riven much thought to the matter to enumerate briefly the distin­ guishing points by which good table birds may very easily be recognized. The best chickens are those with email bones, short legs and clean, firm, white looking flesb. The white legged birds are generally considered the best for boiling and those with blacklegs the most suitable for roasting. Cocks should have short spurs, smooth legs and a short, smooth, bright colored comb, while heus should als...

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 December 1895

jf, |r:. '»a jp Efeffe- '•Vm* ',V§ iH •C Kyi E:. ^li "k Hr.-m ivi $/ \V^8g life •v ilCTI Ajgl Kf* LOGS AND LUMBER. J. W. Day's Big Job With the Minnesota Lo^ipg Co. Above Brainerd. Logging operations on the upper Mississippi at and above Grand Rapids are not booking much yet, on account of the absence of snow, and the mild weather. The last issue of the Grand Rapids Herald says:— "The logging camps of this seption are now well supplied with men and work is going on merrily in all of the northern'Mississippi and Rainy river timber country. There had been gome light falls of snow but up to this week there was no snow that would do the loggers any good, and the weather was too mild to begin making ice roads. There was con­ siderable frost in the ground how­ ever and thus a good firm founda­ tion was ready for theloggingroads. Moie woodsmen have been hired this seasou thiji. :a year ago, a better class of workmen have gone to the camps ati^&vcoriesponding. increase in the log jetft ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 December 1895

AH jklti 0 ~v" J. H.'1Rhodes returned Cloqd Monday. van on litwlnew in Roy I ton Saturday. 1 1 ,1, (!. Fetlier»ipH wuh t»t Royalton WednWMlHJJiHttlTlHH)!!. I. and S. *V Staples' were at RantlaH Tue'mlay.On business. Rov Ellis- Mini Fordyce7'spent Snmirty wirli Royalton friends. Murtln Smmv went t. Minneapolis till* 'afternoon on business visit. .lohn Nfiunan. the Rich Prairie hotelkfejM'i", wmh Iii the city Monday. L. O. Wes3el returned Monday nijiht from short visit to St. Paul. J. W. Irwin, of the Interstate mill, went ID tiruinerd today on business. H. B. Tuttle WHS a Twin dry vis­ itor, returning hoii»» Saturday even­ ing. tJ. A. Mmibertsh rt'tnrneiMast even­ ing from business visit to St. Paul. Rov. Arthur Lamoth« returned last eyoniiix from visit to St. Cloud. Barney Burton spoilt Sunday in Minneapolis visiting relatives and friends. HomerGallllerlett Monday night for t!i»* hhiiim-i-woods in the vicinity of Aitkin. Mrs. Wm. Ford left Tuesday for a viHii witii relatives and fri...

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. — 13 December 1895

VOL 20. •f»r* as A' Thousan Randall Notes. ''Jim Gorman end Frank Met,'ray represented .Little Falls in town Tuesday. Isaac Staples has his new store running in full blast. He is building a large addition t'» th*» building pur­ chased from Noiui Baker to be used lor a hotel. R. .1. Andrews returned from a business trip in Dakota Wednesday. Franklin Lucas ha* his planing and HHW mill running again. He ex­ pects to keep it inter. Bandall Hf-uds our a trait! load of wood about every o'therday now. Assistant Sup'. Wescott, of the Northern Pacific, was in town a short tiiiif' Weiluesday. J. F. Boulter returned from Min neapoliH Monday. He."' had been quite sick dnrlng. h^,^ajmence^ut .**. uKcotisIderablebe V»r ow. v!t "From present indications Randall, will have three, churelies in the near future, one Cougregational. one Catholic and I# on«rfcwedish Lutheran. Mrs. Joseph Rentier has gone to St. Louis to spend the winter for the benefit of her health, which has been very poor for some ti...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 December 1895

V^aW'FNVi (Ml»W jf ra 4 1' Be Well! -v Be free from pain! Cease to know sickness! You can do this, Kickapoo Sagwa ^V-4 "K ..- ,'• If you will keep Your entire system in perfect Order, by seeing that the Vital organs are healthy. .. Indian Insures this, by Promoting a healthy condition Of the Kidney's, Liver, Stomach and Blood. It is The great alleviator of a Depleted system. Purely Vegetable and absolutely Harmless. All druggists. Two of our citizens, J. D. Hntten and Ernest Kuestner, became in­ volved in quite a serious misunder­ standing over the ownership or pos­ session of a doe Saturday evening, and the latter received quite a bad cut by being struck on the head by a club or stick, said to hove been wielded by the former. Kacstner was found lying ii. the street by a passer jy and taken to a doctor, where his wound was dressed, which required reveral stitches to sew it up From the stories told it appear* that both parties had acted in a manner not justified lj law. No arrests ha...

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. — 13 December 1895

ST. A s'«t & ,l a ^&>Y A* rv Republican Leaders Meet at Washington and Review. the Situation. Chairman Carter Predicts Vic­ tory but Says Not to Be Too Confident. Lively Contest for Convention Between Chicago, St.Louis and Pittsburg. WASHINGTON, 9.—Senator El kius gave a (tj. :ior to a number of members of the Republican national committee. There were also present other prominent politicians of the party, among whom were Chairman Carter, J. S. Clarkson of Iowa, J. H. Manley of Maine, Powell Clayton of Arkansas, William J. Campbell of Illi­ nois, 6. A. Hobart of New Jersey, Samuel Fessenden of Co'nnecticat and. Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. While no particular object was stated for the gathering, it is known that the meet­ ing developed into a discussion of party politics and what was best to be done during the next campaign. It was not intended that the meeting should be in the interest of any candidate and, in fact, among the gentlemen present there were Mends of all the...

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. — 13 December 1895

4- BOXRD OF EDUCATION. Numerous Bill® Allowed and Other Butlneaa Trans­ acted at Saturday's Meeting. The board of ertimitiou hehl Its regulur monthly meeting Snturda.v In the office of Secretary Ellenbeoker ut the court house. A. R. l«vl(lhon WHH vlected presi­ dent protein in the absence of Prenl dent C. I. McNalr, who IVMB out of the city. On motion duly seconded and curried, the following bills were al .lowed: T. J. Martin work in Central building ....$ J) 95 J. W. Berg, supplies 2fi 2:5 Pine Tree Lumber I'O wood 1 50 P. J. Tomelty. hand bell,Col­ umbia 2 25 F. Ellenbecker 11 74 Ne\vman.& Buck man 1 50 H. H. Tuttle & Son, weekly papers for high school 18 53 P. Medved, stamped envel­ opes .. 4 30 It. J. Sutleff, 8J£ cords of wood at $2.25 per cord 18 64 Jos. Manta. 1»% cords uf wood at $2.25 per cord 35 44 John Wetysock, 16 cords of woodat $2.25 per cord 36 00 John Bowman, setting pump ut Columbia school 5 50 P. W. Bluke, supplies 4 2S Richard Bros, supplies 5 40 Electric ...

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. — 13 December 1895

XNOTHER CHXPTBR. Attorneys Take Rivothcr Whirl at the People'* Gn Company Litigation. Tuesday the case of Francis Rogers vs. the st6ckholders of the People's Gas company was argued before Judge Searle. A. P. Klanchard ap­ peared for Rogers, E. P. Adams for some of the stockholdeis, D. T. Calhoun for other stockholders, and }. W. Stewart for P. H. dross. Rogers had bought about $2,800 in claims against the corporation, and Mr. Wetzel, of St.Cloud, about $l.S00 more, and this suit is to determine the individual liability »f the stock­ holders for these claims. Gross claims that the present holders of the claiinscannot sue or collect from the stockholders. He also claims that he is not a stockholder, as no certificate was evei issued to him. Those two propositions were argued on, ami the decision of the judge will settle who can be held for the debts. At. the time of th£ corporation $6,600 stock was subscribed, of which Mr. Gross was supposed to take $2,000. Later some of the subscribe...

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. — 13 December 1895

6 fTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT UY TAB TRANSCRIPT VUB. CO. PUBLISH*!) EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! On* year., ••I* months..... .i....'. 76 -ee months..., .... 40 PVKBTIHINQ BATES UW. TLB FALLS. MINN David B. Hill is a wonderful man in some respects, but he can't get large crowds to listen to him read a lecture in the Northwest. Gov. Clough's selection of Wednesday as the day for hanging Hay ward is believed to haVe been influenced by Gov. Hill's com­ ments on the custom of selecting Friday as hangman's day. In a letter from Mayor Davidson about Hill's speech it will be remem b?rcd that reference was made to the lecturer's views on that ques tion. The selection of some other day than Friday will be generally approved. 1 Duluth has finally sold its bonds for a new water plant—provided the issue is declared legal. The proceeds will, be used to build a city water plant, as the people are dissatisfied with the one now ex isting, and owned by a corporation The city's work will apparently destroy ...

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. — 13 December 1895

W£- *•JOB PRINTiC ?',sr lift- IBB THUMIPT JOB OFFlCr IS NOW SUPPLIED '••J'*' Gift books ^ihe WITH ftEW Material TROtiflHOTTT. gf^WBAT,. CHEAP AND RAPID. iter A V. Read J. B. Gibbons'atlvertlseittent. Prof. Flo res bus a dancing school j^P^-ai'Staplw. The lumbermen are still anxiously waiting tor snov. i'1 pearly every store has a "holiday goods" si ten out these days. Dr. Lonsdale, of Royaiton. was In y* Little Falls Tuesday afternoon. s.afflt: Pootnmstvr Feitzam, of Royalton, was at the county seat Tuesday. The Brainerd municipal court col­ lected f39 in fines during November. Photograph albums at half price. H. B. TITTTLB & SON. «edre LaFond purchased a lot of hardware »oi' his Broadway store "while in Minneapolis Monday. The Hennepin Paper mill is now receiving large consignments o( pn'.p wood from Motley and Deerwood. Dolls and toys chpnper than ever. We have everything to make the little ones happy at Tomelty'b Kerick & Moeglein have completed the construction of anew i...

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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. — 13 December 1895

8 Hay ward's Self-Possession on th« Callows Something Marvellous. Showed No Touch of Fear"and Seemed to Be in Jocu­ lar Hurhor. Briefly AddressQd Those Pres­ ent, but Did Not Confess His Crime. Decomes Reconciled With His Brother Shortly Before His Death. MINNEAPOUS, IC. H.— Harry Hay ward was hanged at ~:10. Ho mad'* a italcmeut of live minutes duration, nnd while not inak ng a confession iaid he hoped God would forgive him for all the harm ho hud evor done. The murderer went to the gallows with a laugh on his lips, anil went d' wn With the trap, just aa be uttered the words, lightly, "Lot her go, Me­ gaarden." The command was directed to the chief deputy. Prior to the execution the condemned man maintained the nerve which has made him famous. He took his last supper shortly after 1 o'clock and was surrounded by the deputies and the death watches. Just before the death warrant was read Hayward turned to HARRT HAYWARD. his brother, Dr. Thaddeua Hayward, and said:. "You know I am a g...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 December 1895

BROKE THROUGH THE ICE. rJK Team of Horse* With Load of Log* at the Bottom 1 of the River. A team of horses hauling a lend of iogg on the Mississippi broke through the Ice near the East Hide mill at about 12 o'clock Saturday and were drowned. The team was driven b.v John Mlsbe, and was at work for the 1'ine Tree company hauling what are called "dead heads" or u'Mtersoaked logs that had been fished o*jt of the river. They were luiuling a heavy load, and when near* the East side mill the ice gave way, and both the teain and load sunk into about six­ teen fe.'t of water. The teamster was afraid of the ice and would not ride on his load. As the ice broke he caught his horses by the bits and tried to keep them from going down, but the load was so heavy that it dragged the horses down and he was compelled to let go or be taken down with them. A crew of men are at work this afternoon trying to raise the sleds, and as the load was not bound to the sleds, it is probable they will be able to d...

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. — 13 December 1895

Mi 1M) p» STORIES OF CHATTANOOGA TNC KNOXVILLE. Fighting Nov. 2of 1863, Hooker planted the Above tll€ Stars and stripes up­ on rhe summit of Lookout mountain. Clouds. On the previous day he had gained ft lodgment on the slopes and driven the Confederates Btep by fctep over the crest. Geary's division cariied the heavy end of the task. It (.tossed Lookout creek above the enemy's position and moved down the bank to clear the way for the remainder of the corps. Turning then Geary drove the eneoiy up the moun­ tain, around the point. Although order­ ed to halt half way up, he kept ou in chase of the fleeing, panic stricken crowd. Finally the whole corps nnirM near the crest, where the Confederates made a last stand. A mist that had handover the, mountain all the morn­ ing settled about noon, forming thick clouds around the base. Above these the battle went on, witnessed from afar by anxious generals and their soldiers. Being unable to see beyond his immedi­ ate front, Hooker halted his ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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