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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 January 1896

*!pj 'v -j.-v ,..^ --r -. *&s8?r ^ssfc.- \f ftil ?M 'l-'w? .im'&ztm ''saw.'iSslH 'x\ 1"« 1 fWr ....... -X&W?&.zV. gS..- .. ... {?V. #l ir.'i- '•0 $£r' vjf'l -Vv-'•#.? tail *&?:• u" ex-' JOB PRIWTiSSC tbahmct job NOW MS AT, *56ks yi.U^.-'--- ^f|| T. J. Mathieson shipped a carload o* cattle and hogs to the South St. Paul market ill is morning'. The thirty-third" session of the Minnesota Educational association opened in St. Paul Wednesday. A marriage license was issued Monday to Albert Schoven and Miss Celia Vosen. of Buckman. Congressman Town® was one of the few Republican congressmen who voted against the new bond bill. The Sauk Centre Avalanchf credits Little Falls with having the best "working team" of Woodmen in the state. Rheum? tism is caused by lactic acid in the blood. Hood's' Sarsap arilla neutralizes this acid and cures rheumatism. •Richard Bros, have F. A. Millett, cruiser for the Pine Tree company, is in the city today, having just returned from a visi...

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. — 3 January 1896

I Si mm:- fj/ Drltish Force Invades the Boer Country and a Fight Is Very Probable. President Kruger Issues a Call to Arms In Defense of tho Country. Action of tho South African Company a Surprise to the British. BEKLIN, Jan. 1.—An alarming tele­ gram has been received here -from Pre­ toria, Transvaal, which states that an armed force of the British South African company, numbering 800 men, with six Max guns and other artil­ lery pieces, is reported to have invaded trie Transvaal territory. A telegram from Pretoria farther states that the British force has already reached the vicinity of Rustenburg and is advancing upon Johannesburg. On learning of the news President Kruger of Transvaal ordered that a further ad­ vance of the invaders should be pre­ vented by force of arms, and he issued a proclamation calling upon all Bur­ ghers to delend the country. An armed conflict as a result of the appeal it inevitable. THE NEWS CONFIRMED. Move Was Made In Answer to an Ap­ peal From lintUh Sub...

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. — 3 January 1896

tjWdT mk-i-fi ,, *k?,' teSW|f:£ lal# W*: &&:•••• 3$W "K? \-}1. v* J&Hv'- Ife .-•JSiW It''- BROUGHT HER BUCK. ^If^' Mr*. Boisjoli, Who Wa« Sent tV& to Belle Prairie, Was a Visitor in the City Saturday. The police officers aud the city council have had a very interesting seance Saturday over Mrs. Jos. Bois joli, who was Bent from this city to Belle Prairie. Friday to have the au thoritiiw take care of her, as she claims that as her place of residence, according to pauper laws. .Policeman lloy took her Friday to Belle Prairie and left her at the house of Leon noisjoli, after one of the town officers had refused to ac­ cept her as a chaijje. Mr. Boisjoli was away, but he returned that evening and hud her sent back to this city. Mrs. Boifjoli, knowing thai she had no legal claim on this city would not get out of the wagon, and eat with htr two children for several hours .out in the street ex­ posed to the weather. The driver thought of a scheme whereby he was almost sure ...

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. — 3 January 1896

8BK^-:#f0 _.... if Brutal Tragedy Enacted by a Mob In the Vicinity of Lebanon, Ky. Faithless Wife and Her Para­ mour Cremated in the Woman's Home. Lynchers Were Unmasked and Their Early Capture Is Certain. LOUISVILLE, Dec. 80.—A special to The Commercial from Lebanon, Ky., Bays: Within two miles of this city a relentless mob burued to death a woman and riddled with bullets her gray haired paramour.' The black­ ened and dislignred corpses of the vic­ tims—Mrs. Thomas Wtst and William Deveres—were found in the ruins of the woman's home by the 14-year-old daughter of the murdered man. The tragedy was one of the most brutal ever enacted under the gruesome sway of dread Judge Lynch. The affair was the outgrowth of the old story of a •faithless wife and vengeful husband. Several months ago Deveres, a middle aged widower, was accused by Thomas West, a prosperous farmer, of intimacy with Mrs. West. Quarrel followed quarrel until West instituted divorce proceedings and declared Deveres must ...

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. — 3 January 1896

•$m §fS 0 r, Sk .1, siWr- 'Jfi 4p7'F- ftWjr deserted »$W" vy, CHARGES INCORRIGIBILITY. John hiind Ente'8 a Complaint Against HIK14-Year-OldDaughter, tiini Wants Her Sent to the licform School. Maggie Sand, the fourteen-year-old daughteri of folili P. Sand, home and stay with lit W WHB before JusticeGaudetTuesdji.v nmn: |lDgoii a charge of incorrigible eon duct, preferred i).v her father. Mr. Sand claims that Hit' girl has become unmauagnbli.'. and he lias teen informed th.* her actions of §f|i| late were far from proper. When the girl was brought into court this forenoon her f.ilher asked for a con tluuu"ce i'f the case until next Thursday, as the witnesses resided SjS.at Royalton and could not get here pr'aooner. „lt was OM J0^'runn\ntx nient in Brainerd. .lie word oftiiese $•' witnesses who state tlint Magirie in compauv with some voting man, conducted herself in a manner very unbecoming to a child of her age, at ^that, place recently, that In father took these1 steps to have her ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 January 1896

mi 12 TO i]\ FX -j Jf* The President Names the Members of the Venezue­ lan Commission Justice Brewer Heads the List, With Alvey, White, Coudert and Ciiman. Composition of the Body Sure to Meet the Approval of the Public. WASHINGTON. Jan. 2. President Cleveland baa announced the appoint­ ment of the Venezuelan boundary com­ mission as follows: David J. Brewer of Kansas, justice of the United States supreme court Rich­ ard H. Alvey of Maryland, chief justice of the court of appeals of the District of Columbia Andrew D. White of New York, Frederick R. Coudert of New York and Daniel C. Oilman of Mary­ land. The commission is regarded here among those who had an opportunity to see the list of names after they won xnade public, as a satisfactory one, DAVID J. BREWEH, .vhose opinions and conclusions will be xeceived by the American public with that confidence which the standing of the members of the commission in the public eye inspires. Brewer and Alvey Are Jurist*. Justice Brewer is a Re...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

r*~ liV- 'two ft' •f t'' }&st p* kr il'A' [IV s. ir7 *Lj I. V' |y •Ite Ife 38 i, five Page LITTLE VOL 20. Siranvllle Items. We are having fl*ie weather again after the cold wave of last week. H. A. Barton returned from Little Falls Saturday after a two weeks' visit with his parents. W. J. Sullivan has been on the sick list the past week. Dr. Christie, of Long Prairie, has been attending him. H«*ctor McLean Is passing cigars this week on account of a fine young son, which arrived at his honle.on the 8th. W. J. Sullivan received a telegram Monday announcing the death uf his brother-in-law, A. Agnew, formerly, of this place, but now of Grand Rapids, Minn. Mr. Agnew was for some time foreman of the fencing crew oil the Litcle Falls & Dakota, railroad. A son of Mr. Gessel, living about five miles east of here, died on Satur­ day of diphtheria. Will Barber and Miss Cora Hoip klna, of Pillsbury, were visiting in^ town on Monday with Mr. and Jlri. George Mclvor. Grandma Stoll has be...

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. — 10 January 1896

w, 2y ,* W3X, if IS hoped $100,000,1©00 more, It Democratic yx that will satisfy the ^admiiiistriitaon for awhile. The public is not exhibiting any great excitment over the coming ^winter carniwail in St. Paul. New York state suffered the lowest temperature in its experi­ ence on Monday of this week. Congressmen are falling over *«ach other to Introduce resolutions .about Cuba and about English aggression. The term of St. Paul's post master will esxpire Feb. 2, and it is rumored Boss JDorau is to select his successor. It will take a pretty fair year of Republican control to pay off the 1«0,000,00& bond debt created bv the Democrats this week. The insurgents in Cuba are having their own way there, and the Spanish troops retain con­ trol of little ^besides Havaija. There were were 13,013 business .failures iu the United States during 1895,-a very slight increase W over 1894. The St. Louis county grand jury is after the offieers of the water company, and trying to find authority to...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

»-vV I, 'f I '"fr'tfty*!! ,/i w.- ~.^.i/K, --.-A Ceremony of Conferring the Beretta Takes Place at Baltimore. Old Cathedral Crowded With Statesmen, Diplomats and Prelates. Exercises Most Elaborate, With Carding Gibbons Officiating. BALTIMORE, Jan. 6.—The second step in the.elaborate ceremony of elevating Franbis Satolli, archbishop of Lepanto And apostolic: delegate to the United States io the rank of cardinal, prince of the church, took place in the venerable cathedral here. The ceremony consist •ed of conferring the beretta, which is the cap worn by priests on ordinary occasions and differing only in the case of cardinals in that it is red. The pre­ ceding steps have been the conferring of the zuchette, or red skull cap, and the administering of the oath. The re- ARCHBISHOP SATOLLL maining step is the conferring of the red hat, which must be done in Rome by the pope himself within six months from Nov. 30, the day upon which Sa tolli's appointment was made. The old edifice in which...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

mr 1 v-, ''Cr DECIDE^ WATERLOO. JUTRANGE INCIDENTS XNO ACC1QENTS THAT, TURNED NAPOLEON DOWN. f»V J' the Disaster Opened With AMI Blander toy Subordinates—NoyV Am* Charge Brought to Nothing bysn lutrepkt Hand ful—Crises When NBIMICM ILAWT Won. (Copyright, 1895, by America® Pwss Associa tion. Book rifthts reserved. ATEJlLOOon tlio fevjl "ytT Froaoli side was Napoleonic from start tojfinl«h. In gertkHM pleadings hawbeiBB tnadu to ooeoont Cor Napo-) feoa's failure to! via tfbnt battle, as tilMMigli he ongbtrfto be Always and wcsywiiere lavlmcl'bta. He had been beaten before. Why not at Watorlao, where odds ia anraiters and A position were heavily against Mm? Crimes 'and reviewers generally agne "that Napo­ leon's plan was masterly—to (get between the allied armies of W«lllngton and Bluoher, then use them up piooemeal. Ae •got between thehi and citee'so inear«oiM pletlng the daring programme tbait at one stage of tho llsht Wellington pried "Oh, that night or Blucfaer «wnU oetnef' Bluoher...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

& & *V. hi^ *•'••&>, llr- BE CONTENTED. The Farmer* and Laborer* Should be Satisfied to Re­ main in Minnesota. EDITOR TRANSCRIPT—I have just returned from a trip to my old home Id Iowa, where I was culled by the gerious illness o* my father, who is some better and if you have space In your valuable paper to spare I should like to talk to some of the farmer* of Morrison county who are dissatisfied with their present loca­ tion. and contemplate a change. Now I left Sioux City, the county seat of Woodbury county, Iowa, «]ght years ago. There was at that time a great boom, and the cltj' had In '92 population of 50.000. and farming- laud was worth $25 to $30 per acre, but the pauic has caused Almost every laboring man that had bought his owu home to lose his job and also all he had Invested in hlB home, and now the population has decreased to lests than 35,000, and a 12-room house can be rented for $3 per month. Now thecountryaround this city is considered the richest in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

KTTI.E FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION: On* year .. *1 ix montha...* *ee month* Institute. The work of our old German friend. Theodore Louis, aiune, Is well •worth the time and expense that ra ay be necessary In coming to this meeting, on account of what may be learned In regard to his topics on clover, corn and hogs. Everybody knows that Uncle Theodore has had a very extended experience in rais­ ing hogs, and all the details which pertain to sucess have been stored up by this sturdy, honest, old Ger­ man. The dairy interest in many parts of the state Is nt present in the ad­ vance, for one fact that dairy prod­ ucts, almost alone, have increased rather than decreased in value, makes it of paramount importance, that everyone working in the dniry line should attend the Institute, and get the experience of one who is familiar with all the details of the work, from the selection, feeding and stabling of cows, to the care of the uiilk, bu...

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. — 10 January 1896

I JOB PRINTING THE TRiNMIPT JOB OFFIC HTNO W~SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL, TROUGHOITT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Rend J. B.Gibbons'advertlsement. This is not far from the banana belt, sure. A state farmers' institute will be held in Brainerd Jan. 15 and 16. Mary Ellen Lease will address the Populists of St. Cloud about Jan. 16. Dr. Millspaugh Is confined to his home with an attack, of typhoid fever. The county commissioners will probably be In srssicn all the week. The long distance telephone line is now completed and ready for busi­ ness. Economy in city as well as county government is verv necessary at the present time. The final hearing in the estate of E. K. Sat her, deceased, was held in the probate court Monday. No property owner can stand it to pay 42 mills tax on the dollar with ordinary business conditions. Henry Taylor returned to this city Wednesday from a two months' visit at bis old home in New York city. There will be union services held tonight in the Baptist church. A cor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

Vv'' F^S^'v" 881"" Ite fe/n & Mm® JL.TESTS. SHBilWN $ li/lakes a Bitter Attack In the Senate on the United States Supreme Court. V- Income Tax Decision Contrary to Precedent and a Gen­ eral Surprise. S$i Editor Pulitzer Denounced For Inviting Foreign Official Opinions. WASHINGTON, Jan. 8.—The senate Was treated to one of Senator Vest's characteristic speeches. He arraigned the supreme court for the*income tax decision he laid the responsibility for the laok of revenue at their door, when they exempted the "sordid health of the land" from, taxation he contrasted the records of ithe present and past ad­ ministrations he threw some light upon heretofore unknown chapters in the history of the MoKinley law he denounced the financial dependence of this country and of others npon the 1 FLKORGE O. VEST. raonied influence he attacked the pres-1 :dent and the secretary of the treasury .or their proposition to retire the green­ backs and place the circulation in the hands of the national b...

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. — 10 January 1896

Regular Monthly. Sleeting Held at City Hall With l^f i^,.. a Fair Attendance. IT Will Send Delegates to Immigration Conven­ tion—A Wagon Road Northwest.. /•& •.', *•»$' M4j The regular monthly meeting of the chamber of commerce wan held at the city hull at 10 o'clock Monday morning, with a fair attendance. President Cauiey was In the chair. The minutes u!th« previous meetinu were read and approved. C. A. Lindbergh, phairman of the committee to which,was assigned the wofk _«r IV the V- of properly advertising the State Fanners' Institute, reported that advertising matter had been received, and Would be distributed. It was urged by different members that the business men of the city make a special effort to impress on faroiers they meet to attend tlie Institute. President Oauley submitted to the chamber letters he had received trom a'person in Nebraska who contem­ plated locating a woolen mill in Minnesota: There were several expressions that the demands made were greater than 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. — 10 January 1896

Government to Issue a Pop £{•. ular Loan Amounting to fa $100,000,000. A Will Be Coupon or Registered Four Per Cents and Run Thirty Years. An Official Circular on the Subject Issued by Secre­ tary Carlisle. WASHINGTON, Jan. 6.—Speculation concerning the amount and character of the new bond issue was set at rest when Secretary Carlisle made public a circu 1ST on the subject. The loan will be a •"popular" one and the circular gives notice that the government wjll sell #100,000,000 30-year 4 per cent coupon •or registered bonds dated Feb. 1, 1890, for which purchasers will be required to pay in gold coin or gold certificates. This is tho first issue by the present ad mimstration of such a large amount of bonds at one time. The circular also contains an intimation of a possible further issue of bonds should the issue or sale of an additional or different form of bond for the lIiiiotMiuM of the Gold Bi»erv« be authorized by law before Feb. 5. '.The fact thai the bonds will be issued an s...

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. — 10 January 1896

$ C1L PROCEEDINGS. i»4H The Bolajoll Matter Brought up and Dl»cu»«*d—U»ual Bill* Allowed. The city council met In regular monthly session In the council chamber** Monday evening. There were present Alderman Wright, Frampton, Moegleln, Mecusker and Martin. President Hoffman presid­ ing. Dpdn motion dul" seconded and carried the following bills were allowed: Richard Bros Mdse to city poor by Aid Society*...'.......9 .G A FMrtler, professional services to Olson .. ftjuuivQrnp^ ahoee for poor by aw A Fortier, professional services to Lundberg..... £lectric & Water Co, Incan­ descent light for city hall, care of fire alarm and lamps. Electric & Water Co, hyli tint rental moctli of Dec ..... Electricft Water Co, arc light for Dec..... N E Stanton, Hook and Lad der Co service at box car fire N E Stanton, Hook and Lad­ der Co service at Bolsjoli fire/. Chan Guernon. Hose Co No 1, company service at Gor­ man fire...... James Brown, hauling chtin leal to Bolsjoli fire Newman, hack tak...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 January 1896

W is /(& Ml tlnuwl fro 111 fl nit lor flint inwrtlon «ntl 20 oentti for each aubaequrnt insertion. 1 1 The Transcript wuh awarded he financial Htuteimnr »»-t 10 cents"per folio for three insertions, And the tux list for 2centH per description. The Beruld rwelved the hoard proceed Intra ut 8 cwiit6 p»T folio, and the Democrat was awarded the pu»H«h Inff of aft' other printing not required publinhed In tin* official paper, at 5 cents iier folio for he first Insertion and 2% cents for each subsequent ^'Insertion. The following bills were allowed BohHn, plum.ring .$•''• 1 3J Chan. Van Hereke. services nn ciounty road...... ........... Richard Hros. supplies forjnII Tuttle supplies for court house LD Brown supplies forcourt hourfH FirHt Nat'l Bnnk Inmitfcnce... Pioneer Press Co book. ...'. .,. Pine Trine Lumber Co lumber Vlnlnic Olllngrcourt house floors.... Simmons printing...... ... Marion Roberts Juror fees.,... Thos. (Jan non Jamps Mclntlre •, I Lafond digiring grave^. ..:.. Cole...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 17 January 1896

ripT* w?* & U- Swanville Items. Now that *ve have had plenty of snow the sleighing is hue and team­ sters are happy. A number of people here are hav­ ing the grip und most of the chil­ dren In town have the whooping cough, but we believe none are dau gerously III. Mr. Rodney.of Little Falls. was here Tuesday looking aftei his musi­ cal customers. Miss Bertha Rhodes passed through town tin Tuesday returning to Little Falls from a trip to Vlllard In the Interest of the J. C. E. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams re­ turned home from Clarissa, where they have been visiting for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. ElUs. of Clarissa, who have been here the past week visiting friends, returned home on Wednesday. Nels Jacobson mAde a trip to Elm Dale on Tuesday. A1 Matteson, of Sauk Center, is "here buying cattle. The Woodman lodge was organ­ ised at this place on Wednesday evening the 15th, with about-twenty tive members. About fifteen inem bers.of the Woodman lodge of Little Falls came out to ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 17 January 1896

$$» $*'^A week's talk is now promised in the senate in favor of free silver coinage. A, Texas congressional district has already elected two delegates 5." to the Republican national "ion vention, and they are for Reed. At last there is enough raw material for snow balls for the St. Paul carnival it is believed that the celebration will experience a "frost" this season. It is the schnne of the silver men to tack a free coinage rider on all measures that go through the senate. That is the proper way to settle a "world-prpblcra". The city papers .ire already be­ ginning to discuss state politics a great deal. The Minneapolis Journal and Times are particularly hostile to dough and the Republi­ can "machine." Attorney General Childs is a candidate for a third term. His record in the suit against the Northern Pacific-Great Northern combination will help him obtain a re-election. In the dispute between Germany and England both sides are anxious for the help of Russia and France. England ca...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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