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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

M1 if.. r" $ WQMAN'8 NEWS AND VIEWS. DMontloaa, Jewel Fraolu, Swell Doc, Helen Gould, Bte. There are many new fashions in flow «TB and decorations this season. One of the very latest and most expensive of flower fads is the custom of changing the flowers with every course of a fash­ ionable dinner. Thus violets may dec­ orate the table with soup changed for lilies when the fish is brought on tulips jnay follow with the entree, roses with the roast, and so on, the* hostess using ier own taste in the various changes. The Vanderbilt wedding introduced the pretty custom of making small bouquets "from the bridal flowers and distributing them as souvenirs to the guests, a fash­ ion which will be very popular. Brides­ maids now carry muffs of flowers sus­ pended by chains of, flowers from the neck. Asparagus vine now supersedes maidenhair fern in the decoration of dinner tables. Ivy, too, is much in vogue for this purpose, and nothing trims a table in midwinter so charming­ ly as ivy and h...

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. — 21 February 1896

J. 1 T* ,1 a 1 FITZGWIALD, Ga., Frb. 3rd, 1896. This litis been one of the iiio«t In­ teresting days I have had. I |{ot up at 5:15 this morning ami started out to HfH Joe Young, the man that was going to fdiow nh an, old mill flight mid an old plantation that they nuy can he bought for $6 per acre. We 1 have learned nlnce that there ean be no title given, 'l'here In an old mill for grinding corn on the place, that they «ay was t»ullt. 100 yearn ago. Joe's We next struck a crowd of twelve negroes and a tallyman (white,) tapping trees for turpentine and rosin. It is very interesting to learn how they do it. The first crew are cuffers. they have a very long axe and cut from two to four pockets that will hold a gallon-of pitch this cutting pockets is a trade and the negroes get one and one-half cents a .piece and-they make as high as $4 per day. No white men work at this. At the next plantation we got a hunch of peaunts. They can grow from 50 to 75 bushels of nuts and about one ton of v...

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. — 21 February 1896

.Less Picturesque but More Suc­ cessful Than the Mountaineer. HANY ILLICIT STILLS IN BROOKLYN ^Metropolitan Moonshiners Mostly Foreign­ er*—Their Methods—Business Conducted on Luge Scale and Quit* Profitable. Said to Be Backed by Capitalists. When one hears of moonshiners and of -moonshine whisky, the Words bring to jnind lofty mountains and secluded valleys .and lonely plaoes where hidden distillers carry on their work. Yet the revenue offiolals say that the moonshiDing of the mountains is not so great as is that of the •cities, and that in New York and Brook­ lyn more illiolt distilling has been carried on than in any other parts of the United States. A quarter of a century ago there was a .great crusade against the distillers of Brooklyn, but since then there has been .much difficulty in apprehending offendors. This has resulted, doubtless, from the fact that many men were frightened from the business and that those who remained in It were doubly careful. For some time past, howe...

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. — 21 February 1896

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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. — 21 February 1896

si" :#lr .•$§, I "m iK$:. ,d:M -*k kV' tive Page JOB PRINTING THE TEAKStfllPT JOB OFFlCi NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT.' SMT, CHEAP AND RAP11. Read J. B. Gibbons' advertisement. Mrs. Adolph Uochieau is quite sick rwlth pneuHionia. In the Pioneer Press bicycle contest contest Mi MM Alma Fortler, of Little Falls,Jias received four voles. The body must be well nourished now, to prevent sickness. If your appetite Is poor take Hood's Saraa parlllu. Measles have twain broken out in this city and there are three cases In as mauy different families on the west side. Al. Simouet enjoyed a short visit from bis brother* Ludwig Simonet, of Stiliwater. He came up Saturday yening and returned Monday. A diver is employed in examining the intake pipe for the St. Cloud wa­ ter works. The authorities feared that tlie pipe was in poor condition. It not only is so, It must be so, One Minute Cough Cure acts quickly, and that's what makes it go. L. D, BROWN. Never before were there sp many can...

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. — 21 February 1896

•J 5 |ti I & ILL 4 .CI DELINQUENT TAX LIST. A Llat of the Delinquent Taxes upon real estate within the county of Mor­ rison, state of Minnesota, for the year A. D., 1894, remaining delinquent and unpaid- on the first Monday in January, 1896 and the penalties accrued thereon. STATE OK MINNESOTA,", COUNTY OF M0H«U80N.VLNTH The state of Minnesota lo all persons, com vanies or corporations who have or claim any estate- rtght title or interest in. Claim to. or lien upon any of thestver.il piece* or parcels of land In the list hereto attached described: The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the county of Morrison, remaining drlin quent on the first Monday in Jauuary, A. D. 1896. has been filed in 'he ollice of the clerk of the district court of the county of Morrison of which that hereto attached Is a copy. Therefore, vou, aud each of you are hereby required to file in the office of said clerk on or before the twentieth day of March, A. D. 1890, your answer in writing ....

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. — 21 February 1896

.", '. KIDIMT MX Taylor neJ4 W A Trask of nw}4 Karrand nwJ4 1 '. Continued from eighth page. S? 55« NAME OF OWNER. DESCRIPTION ut S Ss O-" JF.0 Hi TOWNSHIPOF Bl'CKMAN TOWN 89 RANGE 30 ets A Miller nw»4 of se}£ 4 of ue^ Kl' 40 Miller of uw}4 except 6 acres N Alienhofen seJ4 of ne^ do .neJ4«f*eJi 9 75 tieler seji of 22 40 xlo aw%ofat% 22 40 Charles Hungeiford of neJ4 22 40 4.79 Zormler swJi of sw}4 27 40 4.22 Lust e% of «s% 30 80 16 45 TOWNSHIP OF MORRILL TOWN 39, RAKGE29. John West fall e}4 ofswj^ and nwji of sw 26 120 Morris Roach ne% 30 160 Rhodes pi ae}4 30 80 TOWN6HIP OF MORRILL TOWN 39 RANGE 28 Eaatman ifcCloughsw^ofse^ 26 40 Henry Brokow sw»4 32 Rhodes und }A of se$4 of nwj£ 34 20 do und of of ne% 31 40 Harry Logan e% 8 5 P. A. GREEN'S ADDITION TO ROYALTON. Wm Roller und of 16 1 do undJ$ofw}$ 16 1 O Black 14 2 N Lamson do 8 10 A Wiatt 11 11 do 12 11 A Devore 11 13 do 12 13 Herman Neuman 2 15 IL Caboou lots 5 and 6 15 GREEN'S SECONO ADDITION,TO ROYALTON. Chas. Glllpatrick 1 6% 4...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

10 &:• K' V.' iSfl Bull Bun. Yet he had nothing to do ?.t with the Blaok Horse cavalry proper, 1 stampeded the de­ feated soldiers on the wild retreat from that field. He had much to do with troopers mounted upon blaok steeds, and he had more to do with •tartlng the great panto In the Union tanks than any other subordinate In the southern army. The real Blaok Hone cavalry at Ball Run won cheap glory by chasing the re­ treating mob and spreading terror among those who got away as well as among the captives. Any exoase was better than none, and so the vanquished declared that "masked batteries" and the terrible "Blaok Hone" riders had given them their Waterloo. The vaunted horsemen became heroes in the south and were rated terri­ ble fellows in the north. In time It came to light that Stuart oommanded a cavalry Mgtment at Bull Bun and personally led In a decisive charge the only horseback flghters on that field. Moreover, the troop* cm be led that day rode blaok horses. Hon Mi and...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

fcy- ." k!!- &• .- PRIMARY EJECTION WW. New 1-aw O9vernino Cau- CUM*—WillB« Trie A Next Month. Minne»otH no v.* hun lnw Kovtrn lupiinmiit'H or e»tueiiRen. nr.d an Republican oounty cotivfiiiions eltt'tinjf dek-jSHtes to llie state and district conventions will be held within a month, the public will be Interested in learning the provisions of the law. The" following informa­ tion as to the law has been Sent out to tlio different county committee­ men by the state committee: To the Chairmen of the County Committees: Your attention is le fepectfully called to the provisions of chapter 27(5. of the Laws- of Minne­ sota for 19S&-. governing primary elections. Under the provisions of'that law it is'necessary tliut tlie county con­ ventions be called n-sufficient- length of tiine before their date so „hut?no tice can be juiblished in newspaper in a county at leas,t twenty days be­ fore the date of the oritnaries,- The' notice must be published once a week for two consecutive- week...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 February 1896

fSx 1% A1 4 •sr HUM TB0MJB. ^WSvt |¥M FT III1 turn, Bit ilwiji with -f#M Etnlt» life »f lg«iy Fmgkt with Jirror, Deitt. There art many people tedijf who ai® unknowingly aunerln^r from aome •ever® kidney dlacaw. Tin? dreaded trouble •bonld not be neglected. Swollen jointo, pains in the small of the back, watery sac« under the eyes. cenerr.1 bloat!:: of the entire body, a loea of Appetite, sleep! »S3S and nervounnesa area few of r!ie many sympto'in that attend thia awf nl a.iiciioa. Ilio blood bo -oiiies filled with the germs of tbe disease and carries it to other wart* of the body, BO that when a ]«tient suffer- tu from this trouble dies, the entire body is faund to be filbd with dpease,cells. Do not liesltate or experiment if you a in this con 'v iition. Yoti ca r.H)t b?:rin too soon to look fjtr lielp. Tako at ont t'mt greatest and snrest of cures, Kiclcapoo liuiiim E.iifwa. Thousands Attest its value for tin trouble One of tbe manv v.-ho testify to its curative powers it J. A. Kak...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 February 1896

'1&V- VOL 20. COURT CALENDAR. iist of Cases to Come Before the CoUrt at the* March Term. Fjllowinj? is a list of the cases on the calendar of the March term of the district court for Morrison •county —beginning on Monday next: CONTINUED CASES. 1. N. P. Clarke vs. S. Trebby. Geo. W. Stewart att'y for plff. A. P. Blanchard, Att'y fofr Def't. 2. Brooks & Co., vs. E. I/. Slbert. F. W. Lyon att'y for plff, D. W. Bruckart and •Taylor, Calhoun & Rhodes for deft. 3. James Gravel va. Little Falls Im­ provement it NavigatlonJCo. Taylor, Cal­ houn 6c Rhodes att'ys for plff, Lindbergh, Blanchard 6c Lindbergh att'ys for deft. 4. Chas. E. Beale 6c It. C. 6c 6c L. Co. vs. above defts. Same attorneys. 5. Frank Dufort vs. above defts. Same Attorneys. 6. P. S. Mooers vs. N. P. R. R. L., B. for 6c for plff, C. L. Baxter for deft. 7. Max Bahr vs. James Gorman. E. S. Lmith att'y for plff. 8. John Gilmer vs. Thayer 6c Neills. T., R. for plff., J. A. Senn forjdefts. 8. Sam Trebby vs. Transcrip...

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. — 28 February 1896

2 The papeirf that are protecting •gainst Aitkin as the place of meeting for tho delegate conven­ tion for this congressional con­ tention should understand that this is a big district,- and any lo­ cation for the convention will be inconvenient for some delegates. Aitkin has long wanted a con­ vention, and came near being selected two years ago. when only One convention was Jield. This year it was generally conceeded that one of the conventions should go to Aitkin, and the delegates will put up with a little incon venience. A. D. Davidson, of Morrison county, candidate for district dele­ gate to St. Louis, conies from a county that asks very little from the Republican party, and cer­ tainly deserves something. There are other deserving localities that sometimes get something, but as yet none of them are urging can­ didates who stand in the way of Mr. Davidson's election. The man and the county are fairly en­ titled to some such party recog­ nition as his selection for district dele...

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. — 28 February 1896

EVA BOOTH_JN CHARGE. MMIi' pMteil at Salvation Army Btadfiurltrii New YORK, Feb. 25.—Notice was -potted at Salvation Army headquarters Id tbe form of cablegram from Lon­ don, ma foUowt: "Field Commander Eva Booth haa ~been plaoed in charge of affairs in America, and all officers of the army malt report to her for the present.*' The notioe posted Sunday that Com­ mander Tucker Booth and his wife were appointed to snooeed Ballington Booth and 14r*. Maude B. Booth, dis­ appeared from the bulletin board dur­ ing tha night ?»ld a Uil Tblt to BMdqurtart. Commander Ballington Booth and Urs. Booth left the national headquar­ ters of the Salvation Army last night for good. Mrs. Booth said she would aend after her few remaining personal belongings but that she herself wonld Jiot. return to the office.: Mr. Booth said that they proposed to retire qnietly, «nd that' they should consult leading citicens to learn how best the interests of the American people may be con­ served in the matter- of d...

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. — 28 February 1896

,! ••••.,'• •, "B! .-.IA/.) ffe-Kv sr. FROM GEORGIA. A'T Ed. Mahan Writes of Anderson ville Prison and Other ,.: Southern Places. & AMKRICUS, Feb. 19,1896. It Is with pleamirethat I write you from Americus. /Thla Is a beautiful little cltv of about eijcht thousand. It Is HO warm It seems like June. We will net up at five oVlock In the ^morning and go up to Audemonvllle, «H we did not make the right con wctiuns. 'J hl» Is qtilte a manu 'facturing and railroad'town. I was prlvlHjred to visit a, guano factory inCordeal this morning, and It is the most Interestlnic thing I ever saw. The material from which It Is made is obtained from four I also different states and consists of a kind of rock got fr Florida, and brimstone got from Nevada, sulphuric acid rock got form New Mexico, and fossil got on the south Pacific coast. All these are burned, then ground. They have a plant that cost $100,000, to take the carbon out of the air and then change it to a liquid form then this fs mixed wi...

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. — 28 February 1896

*," i« i'V I *i. *r" ,s '-\V 1 I kl.«' i"' jrV* 'U fl J-f t"r Vj "V IMil 'Defeat of the Morrill Motion to Take Up the Tariff Bill the Cause. •Silver Republicans Voted No and the Vermonter Called Them Down. Indian Appropriation Bill Goes Through the HouSe as Amended. WASHING-ION, Feb. 20.—The senate lias again refused to t. ke up the tariff bill, the yote being 22 for to J38 against. Five silver Republicans voted with the Democrats „aiid Populists and several others w£re paired against the motion. Thft vote was followed by an interest* :ing colloquy, in which a number of Re­ publican members participated. The motion to take up the bill was made by Senator Morrill, chairman of the finance committee. He spoke SENATOR MORRILL. briefly, urging that {he needs of the treasury and of business demanded action. The motion was1 defeated. After the voto had been announced on the defeat of Mr. Morrill's motion, a sensational colloquy occurred between Mr. Morrill, Mr. Teller and Mr. Sher­ man. Mr...

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. — 28 February 1896

9m* 1 -v ||TTI,E FALLS TRANSCRIPT By THE TRANSCRIPT PUB.JHO. O E E I SUBSCRIPTION: One year $1 60 & ix months months $0%.- ADVKRTIHINO KATHB 1A)W. TLB FALLS, MINN REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION By direction of the Republican State- Central Oomuiltte tlie Uepntillcun voters of the several untie* of the State of Minnesota are requested to Bend delegates to the etHte couveutron to be »e»u ucioKDito "... beld In Exposition Hall at Minueapolis.on Tues day, March 24. l^WB. at twelve o'clock noon, for the purpose of eWwtliig four delegate* at lar»e and four alternatfm at law to tlie National Re- Sune ubllcan convention to be held at St. Louis, 18, l&Mi also. to uouunate ulnepreeldentlal ulector.. ... The state convention will be composed of dele­ gates from the severn 1 counties of the state to be chosen b.y Itepubllcau county conveutIons held for tlie purpo -e. ., Th* number of delegates to which the several counties are entitled shal be In accordance with the following resolution wh...

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. — 28 February 1896

JOB PRINTING THE TRJMPT JOft OFFlCJ IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND, RAP1I. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. A daughterwaBbornTuesdayafter­ noon to Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Blauch ard Ttte March term of the district court beRlns lii this city next Mon­ day. A son was oorn ou Monday to Mr. ana Mrs. Andrew Deidrlch, of Melrose. T. J. Muthiesou shipped a car load of cattle and hogs to the St. Paul market Fridav. Maher stood no in ore chance than a Howard charter petition before the three M's council. Bailey & Gravel's logging crew came down from their camp ou Platte river Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jos. Boisjoli and children, in accordance with a recent order of the city council, were sent to Brain «rd Thursday. A marriage llcensw was issued Tuesday by the clerk of court to Alexander Lenore and Miss-Jennie Armstrong both of this city. J. B. Gibbons has a new ad today. Read what he offers. The net earnings of the Northern Pacific railroad for January, 1896, were $...

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. — 28 February 1896

8 A W *r-': IT BULLDOG BRIGADE. SAVAGE PLUCK OF MORGAN'S TROOP­ ERS AFTER THE DISPERSION. HIM Hundred Survivors Made History Un­ der- General Bull Dak*—A Story of Rooemin'i Winter Raid In the Monn telu—A Brave Two Hundred and a Htrik [Copyright, 1605, by American Press Associa­ tion. Book rights reserved.] AIDS into the enemy's oonntry ad is exciting times for both patties interest­ ed—-the invaders and the invaded. Even when the raided district was remote from rtbe lines of the opposing army, resistance was met with from citizens in bands of militia or home guard. Early in thewinter of 1864-5 Gen­ eral Stoneman set out from Tenneesee to raid southwest Virginia. That region bad never been touched by the large ar­ mies, but the Confederates maintained a show of force there which varied with the fortunes of their side in territory adjoining. It was in southwest Virginia that Morgan's escaping raiders reform­ ed ranks after their wild ride through Ohio. The Kentucky troopers, to the nu...

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. — 28 February 1896

PC' It W-. ts COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Two Vacancies on the Council Filled by Ap­ pointment. Electric Light Resolutions Passed Over the Mayor's Veto. The city council met lii adjourred session at cotincil chambers Thursday evenLig. There were present Presi­ dent Hoffman. Alderman Frampton, Martin. Mecusker and Moegleln. The matter of appointing: alder­ men 'to fill the vacancies in the Second and Third wards was brought up and the following, nomi­ nations were made: Second ward—J. C. Fl.vnn nomi­ nated by Aid. Martin and L. u. Brown nominated by Aid. Mecusker. Vote, J.' C. Flynn, 3 L. D. Brown, 2. Flynn was declared elected. Third ward—Geo. Clarke nomi­ nated by Aid. Framption and O. s. Thompson, nominated by Aid. Martin. Vote, Thompson, 3 Clark 2. Thompson was declared elected. The two newly appointed alder­ men were present and after the oath of office was administered they took their ueats in the council. By consent of all the members of the council the ordinance repealing the licens...

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. — 28 February 1896

Jf^'— 10 ipl*-,- i«E fea^-'v-. M\%: $*&&%?<• W' #:i- A £V*,j i|v HR? fiy 'ftv Sis*- £-•£, T*. «&!? largest piece GOOD TOBACCO "e\Ter sold "for •DEBUT ONOR MARY. Miss Anderson's First Appear­ ance on the Stage. MILNES LEYICK'S RECOLLECTIONS. lb* Vetenui Aetor Telia the Reason Why the Tonnf Xrftalsville Girl Vii Given the Opportunity to Piny Juliet—Her Awk wnrdneM nnd Amateurishness. Mary Anderson, In her reminlsoenoes shortly to be published, mentions the boor ishness of most of the members of the oompnny when she mado her debut on the stagu of MttoAuley's theater, Louisville, and then speaks in the highest terras of the kindness of Mllnes Leviok to her on that occasion, when upon her success de­ pended her future. Who knows that but for the words of encouragement and bits of advice given to the young debutante by the veteran actor we might never have known the genius of Mary Anderson, the only American player of recent years who won unqualified success in hyperorltioa...

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