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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 24 January 1896

HOW ABOUT IT? Should' There be Any Or­ ganized Effort to Sup­ port ''Economical" City Candidates? A Belief That Some Public Movement Should be Made to Shape the City Campaign. It it* UII evident fact that agitation for reduced local expenses meets with the lieurry tipproval of nearly all citizeiiH in tlie city. There in posi­ tive Itelivf in the city that expenses are Kcnorally too high, and that nearly ull salaries can stand a reduc­ tion, with no lujiivy to the city's IntereHtu .Now granting all that, will a hap-hazurd campaign, will) nocaucus or committee nomination!!, and without a well defined public exprenHion aa to what expenses can be reduced, result in the decreased expenditures that are evidently needed? It is doubtful. The public may as well accept aa a fact that the man who enters the race for office in the usual manner will get just as much salary as he can. The candi­ date for office is nearly always sure that ecbnomy is secured for the city tjr county by his superior ...

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. — 24 January 1896

•V •00t g|te. £V 18" a ¥& J%SE* 87' M- E^-V .*• PJ ml. Jk-'"' S I4 r». PPRPONKLS. J: H.-Rlio'^''1 wr-nl t« fit. (Jloml yesterday. A. Kob«» vlnite*!f'-i^iicin in Uoyulton Saturday. O. LHKfHHP vent to Miiinpnp"lln Saturriuy. Mr. mid Mrs. R. O IVrr.v went to Staples Uoiuiav. L. Brown returned from St. Paul Fri'lay eveninji •Juo. A. Her'«»»- ^nm*' up from St, 1-uul Monday uiii«. A. Lliw'beruh r-turned Monday 1 oni a trip .Vldroa*. JuHlii-e Draifo^i, Ro.valton, wan in Little Falls yewlerda.v. iVf. M. Williams reinrned from St. 1'mil Wedni-Hda.v evininjr. C. Cll'ie. of St. *t.»..»|. won ip the fity Wednesday it/tein»»ii. Warren Millierrv. of itoalton. \vnn In Little Fall* VV. dn.sda.v. Jerry It van went to St Paul on the Sunday afternoon train. W. B. Mitchell, of St. ''loud, wan a "Little Falls viHif«n- Tucxday. ('. A Wevprliaeiwer went to St. Paul on the afternoon train yesterday. Than. Grav.'l returned Wednesday afternoon from a business visit at Brainenl .1. (InIvin traveling audit...

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. — 31 January 1896

f/ fei •I VOL 20. Swanrille. The sleighing in Hue ami wood, ties and posts are now coming In very rapidly. Mrs. E. J. Batehelor, who has been Hick for the past week, is im­ proving in health slowly. Born—to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mc Rae, Jan. 26, a boy. R.A.White, of Sauk Center. Is in town this week. E. A. Flood is buying another ear load otcattle and hogs this week. One car load wan shipped from here last week and two will be shipped this week. Isaac Biteman mnde a trip to Far­ ibault last week with his daughter Lily, who went there to attend the state school. Miss Efflle Ailshire. who has been staying here witli her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Batehelor, left Thursday for Burtrum. M. H. Vincent, who has been sick for the past few days, Is able to be out again. Al. Mattleson, of Sauk Centre, lias been here the past week. He left yesterday with a car load of cattle And hogs for the St. Paul market. Mrs. Geo. Mclvor and Mrs. Barber and sons drove to Brainerd Monday to attend the fu...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 31 January 1896

laWN THE DIG RIVER. Observations Made by I. E. Staples Along the Low­ er Mississippi. "Cairo, Memphis and Other Cities—Importance of Steamboat Busi­ ness. A Good Country for North ern Men to Stay Away From. [BV 1. E. STAPLES.] By river from St. Louis t) Cairo makes a very pleasant Journey, and the enjoyment of boating still con­ tinues. The population has more of the colored race as we go down the river at Cairo they seem to be fully oae-third, and are treated the same as white people of the same stamp and grade. Here Is located a large marine hospital, where river men areJteptand treated while sick. It was built and is kept up by Uncle Sam. The city has a levee all around hej\ TJie Ohio river empties Into the Mississippi here and swells the sice and volume of the' latter quite materially. The residences In the city and country surrounding are built upon blocking or pillars from four to eight feet high. The distauce between lilgh and low mark of the river Is fully twenty-two feet. C...

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. — 31 January 1896

AS* .* Bf INI il, 'i/ 'I "si 4 iV 3ff*l tive Page United States Ambassador to Germany Expires Suddenly In Berlin. Had Been Somewhat Feeble of Late but Death Came Un­ expected. Was a Resident of New Jersey and Appointed Minister in 1893. BERLIN, Jan. 27.—Hon. Theodore Kopyoo, United States ambassador to Germany, expired suddenly and nnex pectedly at I a. m. of heart disease. Mr. Runygw had been in somewhat feeble health for some time past, but no im* mediate fatal results were anticipated. !No longer ago than last Tuesday even­ ing he was present at a dinner given id liia honor by ex-E»prefa Frederick, mother of Emp^pr William/ Last sainmer he hid planned to make an ex­ tended trip through Norway, but on the. advice of hia physician A'wl*'0f*4 IW4 Trip and instead went to Carlsbad, where he took the core. He subsequently went to Axeiiistein in Switzerland for the purpose of taking an alter cure. Since that time, however, he has manifested great activity in the discharge of the duties...

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. — 31 January 1896

n!w sri. Minnesota's Choice for President. Career Described by Senator Hansbrough. As Lawyer, Soldier and States­ man He Has Brilliantly Shone. A Brilliant Speaker and an Ear­ nest Student of the Nation's Needs. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.—The prom inence attained by Cushman Kellogg Davis of Minnesota, as a senator of the United States and »a a candidate for the presidency, justifies an estimate of his qualities and a sketch of his career. Senator Davis was born at Header son, Jefferson county, N. Y., on the 16th day of June, 1838. He comes of Puritan stock the tombstone which marks the grave at Plymouth, Mass., of Mary Allertou, the last survivor of the Pilgrims, and wife of Thomas Cush­ man, marks also the resting place of his ancestress of the seventh genera­ tion. The strains of blood which come to him through the Cushmans, Kel» loggs, those of his own surname, and allied families, show that the qualities wich have gained him distinction are rightfully his by inheritance as well as by ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 31 January 1896

K-' ,i.-•#«'•" 'V IV 1 wpr .:^1 I-... f*- )V WILL DIM TURKEY Powers Said to Be Preparing For a Partition of 'the Sul­ tan's Domain. Russia Gets Armenia, France Takes Palestine and Eng­ land Egypt. Czar's Army and Navy Being Concentrated For Action in the Spring. LONDON, .Tan. 28.—The Daily News prints a dispatch from Vienna which asserts that news has been received there from Constantinople and Sebasto pol which agree that Russia has a fleet lying at Sebastopol and at Odessa, and that the Caucasian armies of Russia are being concentrated upon the Ar­ menian frontiers in readiness to move next spring to realize the plans of Peter the Great for the partition of Turkey between the powers, Russia taking Ar­ menia and Constantinople, France tak­ ing Syria and Palestine, and England taking Egypt and the eastern shores of the Persian gulf, the remainder of the Turkish empire to be divided among the other powers. The Daily News also has a dispatch from Sebastopol which records?that secret p...

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. — 31 January 1896

6 ifTTIiE FALLS TRANSCRIPT (l 1 mmm M«_ DlTtt flft ILV THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. 0OV PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! Oae jrear fx months —,...• I' fr »PVBBTIHINO RAT MB LOW. "TLB FALLS, V, MINN The latest glad tiding from Washington are that the free silver Republicans and Democrats will unite with the Populists in nominating a national ticket late in July—unless one of the two leading old parties adopt* a free silver platform. As a rule the 'free silverites are so tied un $vith their pet scheme that all other considerations are ot secondary importance. Thev feel it their duty to have a national campaign on that issue, and the sooner they do it the better. A delegation of the leading chiefs and braves of the White Earth Indians has gone to .Wash­ ington to obtain a revision of the Rice treaty of 1889. The Indians claims that all members of the tribe, men, women and children, were to get 160 acres of land each, but the government is giving them much smaller amounts. The Indians also ...

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. — 31 January 1896

JOB'PRINTING TIE TMMSliBIPT JOB OFFICE IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B.Gibbons'advertisement. A hod w«h buru to Mr. and Mrs. A. Van Praag Wednesday. A. A. Morrill, of Royalton. was a Little Fails visitor Saturday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Winger, of Oak Ridge, on Jan. 18. A marriage license was issued Tues­ day to Robert Jacobson and Miss Hattle Sanderson. The ladies ot the Methodist church will give a Leap Year social Satur­ day evening, Feb. 1. Evangelist 0. N. Hunt began a series of meetings at Lake City on Tuesday evening last. There ought to be some power In the weather bureau to discourage these January rainstorms. Notice Barney Burton's new ad vertisment today—he is selling the best overcoats and ulsters for $10. A marriage license was issued Mon­ day by Clerk of Court Slgnor to George Hudak and Miss Sofia Lem part. The Minneapolis papers have more to say about the governorship than all the other papers in the st...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 31 January 1896

&*1- A siW1 ¥r t, "i^i 1^1 hi GREENGJIRD, TRBBBY, BURTON, FC FRETZ, FLYNN, Five Handed Caw Suit in Which the Supreme Court Reverse* the DIatrlct. The supreme *«»urt Tuesday ren­ dered a de-el* J" lh« Hold case of Joseph iiv«Miu iiiH, appHlmit, VH. H. A. Fret a, et. »ii. re«pnilentK, in which the lower Jeoiirt in reversed. Thin decision is favor»il»l«{ t» Green p-ard, but whether the decision calls f»»r anew trial or »?ives imlgnient against Fretz. et al is not yet known. FIVIZ'H UHSOCIFTTT'R In the defense w« re Sam Trehh.v and J. C. Flynn. N. Burton, or N. Burton & Co., now own the claim |of Joseph Greengard. The case Is about as badly tangled up as anv that has vet been before the courts. As near as the fncts can be gathered Fretas took a logging contract couple of years ago, and -claimed flint Jacob Burton was partner. It was after Jacob bad made his very successful failure, 'so Fretz could not demonstrate that .lacol* was in business. The cnnip supplies were furnished (i...

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. — 31 January 1896

I jP f --I 1*1 •1 1 THE SIXTH DISTRICT Remarks of Dr. Kelsey at the Immigration Con­ vention at.Duluth. How to Treat the Finding Croakers— Qua ran tine Faillt Tliem. The following synopsis of speech of Dr. C. A. Kelsey at Sixth district immigration conven­ tion was published in the press re­ ports of the meeting and are well worth general circulation. The Dr. said: the the The Sixth district is 276 miles across from north to south and 288 from eaat to west. Has an area oj 34,829 square miles, almost one-half of our state and larger than Ver­ mont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Del­ aware all put together. More than 22,000,000 acres. Room for 222.000 farmers, each with 100 acres. We have three counties, either of which fs larger than the State of Connecti­ cut. St. Lout* county, sixty miles wide and 132 miles long, contains farming land, timber of great value and a deposit of iron ore which, in quantity, quality and ease of mining surpasses any known deposi...

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. — 31 January 1896

St* |j Jf 5 ^.^7* 7' «'*. 10 Town of Ripley rCOuntx to «V¥\ 1 AUDITOR'S (OFFICE, Morrison Co., Minn. Little Falls, Jan. 1,1896. TO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF BOUNTY CtimiSMNERS OF MORIHSOH COUNTY, MINNESOTA: GENTLEMEN: herewith sub­ mit to your honorable body a statement of the finan­ cial condition of Morrison County, Minnesota, at the dose of the fiscal year end­ ing December 31, A. D., 1895f together with an itemized statement of all receipts and disbursements of County, City, State, School, Town, Village and other funds during the fiscal year ending on the above date. Respectfully submitted, F. ELLENBECKER, County Auditor. Morrison County, Minn. AUDITOR'S TRIAL BALANCE. Books of Morrison county at the opening of business on the tint day ot Jan. A. D„ 1896\ Dr. Echool district do 6 77 27 20784 09 Totals tax collections By unapportioned tax- col­ lection Jan 1.1895 By-county revenue warrants By general school By soldiers and marine Hind By comity road and bridge By Interest on court h...

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. — 31 January 1896

A Devore Lindbergh, Hlnnchard Lindbergh, clHlniH ol village of Fierz Little PAL IN Electric & Water Co, light Ignntz Rutz, wood Frank Krlbbe 3 ao 25 43 3 80 68 38 Simmskl EES, Lorence Drellock ThoA Perovltach Jacob Huu Geo Chupnske Win Mntschky Mike Fodrn8a Paul Anolkovski Jacob Vlckernki Andrew I ageski Paul Ijuncucheck Jos I'allachewiskt Electric & Water Co, light 6 20 4 20 4 00 3 60 2 40 '3 60 8 60 3 GO 2 40 9 60 3 40 4 20 4 20 4 40 4 40 2 80 5 60 6 20 2 00 16 80 4 20 4 20 6 50 6 00 Total A Pearson, ambling survey S Clyde, surveying Robert Kaestner, assisting survey Geo Kay, Mssisting survey I 20 1 12 1 20 1 12 1 20 1 12 1 20 1 12 1 2o 3 00 20 50 1 20 14 70 6 30 6 SO 32 5« A 50 10 00 1 li 1 12 1 12 2 64 6 70 8 20 1 20 1 20 2 40 2 40 2 4o 6 40 2 24 1 20 1 20 7 10 1 12 2 21 6 30 1 20 8 20 3 80 A Bowie Gideon Lafond FTLafond Richardson W Hawke Wm Pedley Cbas Jansen Frank Houde W Tanner Uornian John Ragau John Rent Frank Vacok Fred Wetzel A Cormier Eugene Cota Eli Pevlt Frank...

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. — 31 January 1896

rin, 5U. 4 ,U 5^i- »v I A FEW OFFENDERS. Two of Them Got Thirty day Sentences by Jus­ tice Gaudet. A Case of Petit Larceny and Unpaid Board Bills Were the Offences Charged. Thinks He Was Robbed. From Saturday's Daily. A man numwi Ole Ulon. who hns been employed in one* & Hatcher's logging camps at Lincoln. claims to have loHt some money Friday In this city, and tliinkn he was robbed. Ulon came to thin city Friday morning from the lumber woods, and had in hln posnnKsion $5 in ca*h and a time check lor $ 36. He was not in town but a short time till lie pro­ ceeded to All himself up with liquor. He made several purchases at J. Bur­ ton's store and received $20 in cash besides for his time check. After this transaction he still continued to drink tnd at last tell asleep, he sup­ poses, in some saloon, but he cannot tell where, and while in that condi­ tion was "touched," for whatever money he had left, iu his opinion about $15. Suspicion pointstoa man who gave the name of John Owen,...

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. — 7 February 1896

rV.. THE PROPER AUTHOR. A Fitting Agent Wa« Ap­ parently the Council Guid­ ing Spirit. The attempt Monday evening to annul HII light and water contracts was a surprise to the general public, and it is not known tlmt any out­ side of the three councilinen. Martin, Moeglejp and Mecnsker, and Sam Trebby were aware of tht? brilliant program that had been arranged. It appears that shortly before the meeting Trebby went to St. Cloud and had an attorney draw up the resolution and ordinance to annul the contracts. Shortly before the CIOM* of the meeting Alderman Martin presented them, and the three couucilnien voted for them. Martin then made a motion that Oalhoun & Bennett, tne St. Cloud at­ torneys, be retained to assist the city attorney in "this case." As the only legal services that werie evident, were the drawing of the resolutions and ordinances, it is probable that Mr. Trebby had authority to pledge •he action of the three councilmen. Little Falls as yet has no law suit with the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

'm The Matter of Annulling the' Contracts Con ©I^t' '-r»idered. Mrs. Boietf oil's Case Dis­ cussed, and Action on rm- Charter Postponed. The city council met In regular monthly HesHhui at the council chambers In the City hall Monday evening. There were pieeent Alder fnea Frampton, Moegleln, Martin and Mecusker. President Hoffman presiding Bralnerd, they would not accept her as a charge unless so decided at the end of a lawsuit. City attorney Rhode* sent for Mm. Bolsjoll and she appealed before the council. There was a considerable difference In her statements and those of the board In the matter of her residence In Bralnerd. she claiming to have only been thsrv eleven months, while, according to their testimony, she had lived there nearly thirteen months. No action was taken in the 'matter, and- the city attorney will look up the evidence In regard to her residence in that place before anything is done. On motion duly seconded and car­ ried the followlngbllls were allowed: Chas. Gra...

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. — 7 February 1896

W i' Fire at Philadelphia Causes a Loss of Fully Two Mil lion Dollars. Hotel, Lafayette Damaged, but the Guests Are Removed In Safety. Valuable Collection of Paint­ ings, Books and Curios Burned. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.—Chestnut street, above Broad, was visited during the morning by one of the fiercest fires this city has known for years. The seven-story building of Charles H. Has* eltine, 1416 and 1418 Chestnut street, and the adjoining five-story structure of the Baptist Publication Society and the American Historical Soaiety, 1420, were totally destroyed. The buildings damaged by fire and water and falling walls were the four-story dry goods house of Homer, LeBoutillier & Co., 1412 and 1414, the dwelling house at 1422, and the Hotel Lafayette,at Broad and Samson streets. On either side of the main entrance to the Haseltine building were the piano wareruoms of Hallet & Davis and Steinway & Co. The two Baptist societies lost tmrf and Valuable Collection* of paintings, boo...

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. — 7 February 1896

FI AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Morrison Co., Minn. Little Falls, Jan. 1, 1896. TO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MORRISON COUNTY\ MINNESOTA: GENTLEMEN: herewith sub mit to your honorable body a statement of the finan­ cial condition of Morrison County, Minnesota, at the close of the fiscal year end­ ing December 31, A. D., 1895, together with an itemized statement of all receipts and disbursements of County, City, State, School, Town, Village and other funds during the fiscal year ending on the above date. Respectfully submitted, ELLENBECKER, County Auditor. Morrison County, Minn. AUDITOR'S TRIAL BALANCE. Books of Morrison county at the opening of business on the tlrst day ot Jan. A. I)., 1896* Dr. Cr. School district No. 1 259 53 do 2 4 do 4 69 47 do 6 7 7# do 8 11 41 do 10 6 77 do 11 5 47 do 14 8" 02 do 15 46 71 do 16 38 02 do 17 72 83 do 18 176 73 do 20 11 39 do 22 01 do 28 228 14 do 25 82 68 do 27 140 14 do 29 118 82 do ai 54 63 do 32 41 24 do 35 65 45 do 38 14 88 do 39 3 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

A Simple Method of Securing the Oenolne French Article. Make in cold weather. A pound of butter a pound of pastry flour, a tea spoonful of salt, 1 of sugar, white of 1 «gg. Put the bntter into ice water and wash it well. This is to remove the aoid that would make the paste spoil. The flour in a cold basin, adding a small part of the bntter, salt, sugar and egg. Add a part of a cup of ice water to this and work into a paste with thumb and ilnger. After adding the Remaining wa­ ter put it out vn a marble slab, knead as yon would bread, work until it feels elastio and ceases to be sticky cut in half, roll out each part, take the re­ maining bntter, break .into pieces and doc it over one part dust with floor and place the other part over this, also dot ted with butter. Boll out from you un­ til thin fold in the sides do this sev­ eral times always roll from yon. When it commences to draw up, stop and put on ioe. Make the day before using. It will keep ten days, wrapped in a nap­ kin in ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 February 1896

TITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT By THE TRANSCRIPT PU». nr* PDBUBHtD EVBS* SUBSCRIPTION' Oaryear...'. uc months ..... "«e mootbs...— OVKFT1SINO RATKS M)W TLB FALLS, Mr. Crisp sai4 tlie nw ttariff bill should not pass until .fihe treasury experts had an estimate of how roach revenue it would produce. Iimsnrodh these so-called experts w-ere about $40,000,000 ont of the wav iu the estimates they made in 1894, there is no very good reason ivihy tthey should have been consulted.—iPost Intelligencer, Seattle, Wash. An interesting reminder that the Behring Sea question should not be lost sight of in the discussion of the Venezuelan boundary is fur­ nished in a paper by Henry lioomis Nelson, on "The Passing of the Fur-Seal," in the February Har­ per's. This article is a history of the indiscriminate killing of American seals by 'Canadian hunters, and the neglect of the British government to abide by the decision of the Paris Tribunal. McClure's Magazine for Febru­ ary takes its first grasp of the re...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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