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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 July 1894

•i. gpvyt: 1' «3l.V. 'V f£-, |f 1 &r- ?4& (A-ft'it -Li: m- W PiJ®' •%ii f' HP a *•:**. A Clerk of Court Staples Re­ tires From His Old Par­ ty and Explains Why, Little Falls' Popular May­ or Tells What Has Driv­ en Himself and Others From Democracy. A Ringing Indictment of the Incapacity, Sec­ tionalism and Failure of the Democratic Party. To THE PEOPLE OF MORRISON CO: I desire at this time to announce that I sever my connection with the Democratic party. In the past I have been frequently honored by that party in a most substantial way, and I regret the necessity of de­ parting the principles of my Demo­ cratic friends. Old associations are near and dear to me, but I feel that a continued allegiance to the party on my part would be a sacrifice of inanly principles and subject me to the charge of hypocrisy, as for the last few months I have completely reversed my belief in the Democratic party. For years this party was hampered by its sympathy with the south and by a proport...

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. — 20 July 1894

I I f?A t. it) 5J-V r*&! .|||. r^J^. f*» j.v»V" C. A. TOWNE. 'h#!' ^''5^t^f-^:v'©v: .' Editor News Tribune: I am told that it is being asserted by some of my opponents that I am a member of the order known as the A. P. A., and by some others that though not a member I have signed a contract, or made an agreement, binding my­ self if elected to congress to carry out the wishes of that order I hereby pronounce all such reports to be absolutely false and known to be false by those who circulate them, dictated only by the wish to injure me and a mistaken notion of politi­ cal shrewdness. I am not member of any secret order on earth and am not pledged, directly or indirectly to carry out the wishes of the so-called A. P. A. or any other organization, interest, class or person whatever. I am an American and a Republican, and am solely responsible for my acts and opinions to all my fellow citizens. Rich Prairie has been able to dic­ tate who shall hold county offices, and only last wee...

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. — 20 July 1894

-,! .V'" «f .. j. «\4 Odr i/'WVi Everything Opening Up in the N. P. Yards at Little Falls. Switch Engine Comes Down From Brainerd L. F. & D. Running. The railroad strike at Little Falls is practically a thing of the past and the yards around the depot have be­ gun to assume a much livelier ap­ pearance than for some days. The switchmen reported for work yesterday and as soon as the engine arrived from Brainerd this morning thej* went to work. James Gimblet reported for work at his old job with the switching crew but was in­ formed that the company no longer desired his services as he had been a labor agitator and would therefore not be allowed to resume his old position. No one has been put in his place yet and he hopes that the su­ perintendent may yet change his mind. He has been quiet and or­ derly as far as the writer knows,but the company seems to be in posses­ sion of some information that war­ rants the statement that Mr. Gimblet has been an agitator. Engineer Otes brough...

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. — 20 July 1894

1 I v'? {•, I* j&' -T ., Issued. NATIONAL ISSUES. DEMOCRATIC PARTY STANDS UPON THE SINGLE TAX THEORY, literature Circulated For the Purpose oi Creating Unrest Among the Masses—No Definite Policy Outlined In the Mattel The nati^al congressional Democrat­ ic committee, located on Fifteenth street in the city of Washington, is sending out various public documents in the in­ terest of the Democratic party. The character of this literature is such that public notice cannot fail to be attracted by the utter want of anything apparent­ ly Democratic in its tone of character. The following headings or paragraphs are significant as emanating from the Democratic headquarters: No. 1. "What the Democrats ought to do. Free trade and single tax." No. 2. "A single tax substitute foi the income tax." No. 3. "The most telling agency— that in the last election brought about a result that astounded the politicians of both parties—was unquestionably the wide circulation of Henry George's 'Protection...

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. — 27 July 1894

mm. W-- K-fe w? 1 LIVELY DEBATE. Senatorial Speeches the Pres­ ent Week Promise to Be Plain and Pointed. NO COMPROMISE EFFECTED YET Temper of the Senate Not in a Condition to Arrive at an Understanding. TO POSTPONE INDEFINITELY. Apprehension Felt That the Bill Is Likely to Meet an Early Death. WASHINGTON, July 23.-—All interest in the senate proceedings for the present week centers in the efforts which will be made to settle the tariff controversy as raised by the report of the conference disagreement. The week will begin with this question in the foreground and no one can foresee what amount of time will be consumed upon it or what will be the result of the debate. All ef­ forts to compromise the differences on the tariff and to allay the feeling en­ gendered by the president's letter to Mr. Wilson have so far been unavailing, and unless unusual effort is made and exceptional success secured the present week will develop a series of interesting speeches which bid fair to be charact...

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. — 27 July 1894

.JV*S AN w' $ML s- v?i mm EXPENSIVE BLAZE Over $3,000Worth ofProp erty Goes Up in Smoke. Chas. Pullman's Xivery Stable Catches Fire and Is a Total Loss. The People's Ice Company's Building Shares a Like Fate. For the first time in several months the business portion of Little Falls was visited by tire Saturday morn­ ing and, as a result, Chas. Pullman's livery barn, and the People's Ice company's ice house and barns were totally destroyed. Al. Sjogren and O. W. Irwin slept in the barn office, and the first they knew of the fire was about 3:30 a. m. Sjogren was awakened bj the noise of the horses in the stalls. When he awoke he rolled Irwin out of bed and they immediately proceeded to turn the horses loose. The barn was full of smoke, and the hay in the second story was on fire. The whole thing was liable to drop at any minute, but the men worked like heroes to save the horses, and succeeded in getting the seven out. They did not make as much trouble as horses usually do in cases of ...

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. — 27 July 1894

SK?3W? I /fin ^v ^«~J- in •fsar- WHICH IS BRAVERY? TWO SAMPLES OF COURAGE IN COAL MINERS' STRIKE. How the Well Fed, Heavily Armed Militia. Heroically Faced Gaunt, Empty Handed Women and Children—God Pity Us When the People Are Made Mad. [Special Correspondence.] The Chicago Tribune of June 24 gave ft two column eulogy to the Seventh Il­ linois regiment sent to Monnt Olive, Ills., by Governor Altgeld because they obeyed orders faithfully and did not complain of the discomforts of their two days' encampment. "As brave boys as ever wore the blue" because they, a body of big, lusty, well fed fellows, armed with the finest weapons made, faced, without flinching, a band of haggard, despair- ing, hunger crazed men, women and children! "So true and loyal" because they ate crackers, canned goods, good meat and camp made coffee and slept on cots for two days and nights and did not growl! Then what must we say of the brav­ ery of the miserable, starving, unarmed men, women and children who fac...

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. — 27 July 1894

'I n| -te .*»% !-:fe *. iji' lf!.\ V^.f •V MR. HILL AGAIN. The New York Senator Replies to Gorman's Attack on the President. LATTER'S ACTION JUSTIFIABLE. Caucus of Democratic Sena­ tors Held, but No Action Taken. WASHINGTON, July 25.—Another dra­ matic scene occurred in the senate dur­ ing the day, but President Cleveland, instead of being the object of attach by the leader of his party, was defended with vigor and vim. His champion was his old political rival and enemy, Sena­ tor David Bennett Hill of New York. The New York senator spoke for almost two hours to breathless, galleries and a full senate. Several times the presid­ ing officer was unable to restrain the en­ thusiasm his remarks evoked, notably when Mr. Hill declared that personal considerations would not prevent him from defending the president when he was unjustly attacked. Ha defended Mr. Cleveland's letter, his right to send it and the sentiments it contained and made a strong point against his adver­ saries when he ...

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. — 27 July 1894

W- 1 M: «*i 11 II 1 t* •k T''f ?y .4 •S:''-*:' 7^ .'KM :/•$! z' '*i v-«' i^Y$ it 3v & }j#,- MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the payment of the sum of nine and fifty-two one. 'mndredths dollars, interest, which is claimed to be dae and is due at the date of this notice, upon a mort­ gage duly executed by Edwin Patch and wife, Viola A. Patch, as mortgagors, to George W. Thayer, mortgagee, dated the ISth day of April, 1892, and recorded in the office of the Register of Lieeds in the county of Morrison and state of Minnesota on the 18th dny of April, 189?. at 5*30 o'clock, p. m, in book "T" of mortgages, on page 437, and no action or proceeding h&ving been instituted at law or otherwise t?g recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of lh« power of sale contained in said mortgage the mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in and conveyed by, said mortgage, to-wit: Lota one ...

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. — 27 July 1894

fine 1' y«ar. Si Crew W»ng |KS '7? V'-7- ^"•.WT^ W: '•V- & 5$* $ 3ra -wt ao ,4# »fe i5 HF1 JF ilTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. Ctn ir* POBLI8HED EVERY FRID \Y. SUBSCRIPTION: Six montnii f^reemonth* —....... ADVERTISING RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS. MINN FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. Republican District Convention. St. Cload, Minnesota, May 25th, 1894. A Republican District Convention for the 6t,li Congressioaai District of Minnesota, will be held Tuesday, Aug. 28th, 1894, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the city of Brainerd, for the purpose of placing In nomination a Republican candidate for Con­ gress for said district. The various counties are entitled to the fol­ lowing number of delegates: Aitkin.... Anoka Beltrami Benton Carlton Cass -Cook 5 Morrison 12 11 Pioe................... 6 2 St. Louis 53 5 Sherburne 8 8 O Itask a Lake Mille Lacs For Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M. CLOUGH. For Secretary of State, ALBERT BERG. For Auditor, ROBERT C. DUNN. For Treasurer, AUGUST F. KOERNER. Fo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 July 1894

l:v r* j.fefc.v m-mi TIE TEAJSURIPT JOB OFEtCf NOW SUPPLIED WITI#^NEVi: MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP ANI RAPID. FRIDAY, JULY 27.1894: Additional local on page six A son was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morrlson.% For bargains in fly nets and lap dusters call on J. A. Viktor. The little son of Mayor and Mrs. I. E. Staples is quite seriously ill. No. 2, the train from the coast, wras over eleven hpnrs late today. The Crescents will play the Royal ton ball club next Sunday at Royal ton. M. Coleman moved his family into his new residence on First street south Saturday. die Goodmanson goes to Cyrus Saturday and vVill have charge of a section on the L. F. & 1). The Harmonia band were out Fri­ day evening and gave an open air concert. Several very fine selections were played. Dick Lee, of Little Falls, drove over Tuesday night to visit his par­ ents a day or two, says the Long Prairie Argus. Maj. Morrill is now harvesting his wheat at Little Elk, and it is esti­ mated that i...

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. — 27 July 1894

8 Seal, 3 J«V I *RI5* I^ 1£ PROCEEDINGS THE- -OF- MOBHISON COUNTY, MINN- IRE GrTXHJ-A-IR S-E3SSX03ST- July 9,1894. [Continued from last week.] County Auditors Office, Morrison coun­ ty, Minnesota, July 9,1894. Four informal ballots were taken and resulted as follows: First Ballot—McCauley 1, Meyer 1, J. J. Gross 3. Second Ballot—John McCauley 1, P. J. Wenewitz 1, P. Virnig 1, N. Meyer 1, Chas. Coenen 1. Third Ballot—McCauley 1, Meyer 3, Rob­ inson 1. Fourth Ballot—McCauley 3, Meyer 2. The formal ballot and the election of jen itor resulted as follows: John McCauley 2, N. Meyer 3. N. Meyer received the highest number of votes and he was duly declared elected janitor for the ensuing year at a salary of $38.00 per month. The following petitions were granted: ORDER OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR FORMATION OF NEW SCHOOL D1 STRICT-LAW OF 1891. In the matter of the formation of school district No. seventy-six, Morrison county. Wijereas, The board of county commis­ sioners of Morrison county s...

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. — 27 July 1894

M, rv tP j& f*' 1 5$^, MP::' Vt $fVV it •v« VINEGAR OR VIRGIL Chrocer and Senatorial Candidate MacVeagh Is Thoroughly at Home With Both. Franklin MacVeagh, who has been nominated for United States senator by the Democratic state convention of Illinois, is a wealthy whole­ sale grocer, bnt his friends de­ clare that he knows the class­ ics better than he does Bradstreet, and that he is equally at ease with vinegar or Virgil, canned FRANKLIN MACVEAGH. goods or Cicero and Homer or sugar cured ham. By all this they mean that while he is a typ­ ical successful Chicago business man he is also the personification of intelligence, education and culture. He is a native of the Keystone State and a brother of Wayne MacVeagh, United States min­ ister to Italy and ex-attorney general. Like his better known brother, he was a Republican for many years, and his change of political faith caused consid­ erable comment. Mr. MacVeagh was educated at Yale and was graduated with high honors. After gr...

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. — 27 July 1894

*%. V*v ft •!.* ,/.£*•- -UK ft'' M? h* *io IS I I#" (3V 'il( :SPfe'. Ts •P 4 1 on I Small grain is pooi\ Shenandoah Valley Lands. Why go West when such grand opportunities exist in Wiest Virginia, Maryland and the famous Shenan­ doah valley, Virginia, a section pos­ sessing all the requisites for health, and prosperity. No region in the United States is attracting greater attention people from the North and West are look­ ing that way with the view of lo­ cating. Improved f^rm lands are to be obtained at from $8 per acre and upwards, uniinp.oved timber lands at from $2 to $6 per acre. Rich mineral lands are cheap, ex­ cellent water powers, manufacturing sites, business locations, etc., are numerous. The schools and churches are excellent the people are hospi­ table and extend a warm welcome to new comers. The climate is un­ equalled, no severe storms or cy­ clones, no contagious diseases. Half rate excursions from Chicago and all B. & O. towns in Indiana and Ohio, will be run to...

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. — 27 July 1894

.nfe IKS f4vdates it SCHOOL ELECTION. Davidson and McNair Elected by Large Majorities. Over Seven Hundred Votes Cast—A Few Ladies Attending. Most any kind of elections excite much attention this year, and 722 •voters attended the annual school meeting on Saturday evening. As announced there were two tickets in the field, and the contest was be­ tween A. It. Davidson and S. A. Si verts—each having a resident of the Third ward as a running mate the former being accompanied by C. I. McNair, and the latter by F. E. Cauley. After the meeting had been called to order by President Schleus ener the reports of the treasurer and secretary were read and approved. The president then appointed John McDonald and W. M. Fuller as tellers and F. Stangl and J, C. Flynn as judges. Voting then began, and the result was as follows: A, R. Davidson 480 C. I. McNair 485 S. A. Siverts 245 F. E. Cauley 235 Messrs. Davidson and McNair were declared elected mem hers of the board of education for the term.of th...

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. — 27 July 1894

^rS. ^.M. 'V V» fr p: &: /2j\. *SLf-A/.'V.-i-i., *"*& '37i*pT Jones SOME HOTSHOT Senator Gorman Aims His atorical Batteries Against the President. THE SENATE BILL DEFENDED. Cleveland and Carlisle, He Says, Sanctioned Conces­ sions Made. PARTY SECRETS DISCUSSED. Inside History of the Demo­ cratic Party Made Public Property. WASHINGTON, July 24.—Perhaps no more remarkable scene was ever "wit­ nessed in the United States senate than that which occurred there during the day, vtfien for two and a half hours Senator Gorman, the Democratic polit­ ical leader on the floor, delivered his speech against the president and in de­ fense of the senate tariff bill. The galleries were packed to the doors and so great was the interest in Mr. Gorman's speech that the members of the house flocked to the senate end of the Japitol, and the house, being unable to hold a quorum, adjourned. l^r. Gorman, with a frankness that amazed those present, discussed party secrets, opened the door to party ca...

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. — 3 August 1894

& IP. I'® v«i tO STAND FIRM. House and Senate Conferees Faithful to Their Res­ pective Bills. IT LOOKS LIKE A DEADLOCK. The Sugar Schedule Alone Proving the Bone of W Contention. WASHINGTON, July 30.—There has been no meeting of the Democratic con­ ferees on the tariff bill since the ad­ journment at 10:30 Saturday, and the Democratic managers on the part of the senate are as yet uninformed as to what will be the purport of the reply which the Democratic managers in behalf of the house will make in response to the senate's position that the conference must accept the senate bill. Having at the Saturday meeting made plain to ihe house members of the con­ ference why this demand on their part had to bo made and why it should be accepted, the senators have since given very little attention to tariff affairs and say, when spoken to, that there is noth­ ing for them to do until the houae mem­ bers make known their Acceptance or Rejection of the proposition. If it be accepted they thi...

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. — 3 August 1894

fW P' il I fe IK .r 4 •/hj THE SOUTH STANDS STILL. Factory System as Shown by the Eleventh Census In the United States. A study of the factory system of the United States is profitable from the standpoint of industrial development, employment and production. Why the south or the southern states stand for free trade may be agcounted for from the very small interest these agricul­ tural states have in our great system. The report shows that in 67 manufac­ turing and mechanical industries in the United States there are 355,401 estab­ lishments. Thfree thousand one hundred and thirty-one of these are located in the territories and the District «f Co­ lumbia, leaving 352,270 apportioned among the states, with an aggregate value of $6,487,000,000 hands em­ ployed, 4,687,520 wages paid, $2,264, 000,000. Compared with this total the 13 southern states, exclusive of Dela­ ware, Maryland and West Virginia, give a total of establishments of 58,032 aggregate value, $671,594,000 hands employed, ...

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. — 3 August 1894

\W% kfCi p|{ :'. IP &'.? t-- •..m e. Immense Lumber Yard Wiped Out—Railroad Property Destroyed. MINNEAPOLIS, July 31.—The third disastrous fire in the history of Minne­ apolis broke out about 8:80 p. m. in the lumber yards of the Shevlin-Carpenter company on the bank of the Mississippi river at the foot of Eighth avenue north. It spread with remarkable rap­ idity, and before it was controlled de­ stroyed property valued at nearly $500, 000. Besides 20,000,000 feet of lumber, the gas manufacturing plant of the Omaha Railway company, the round­ house, toolhouse, sandhouse and turn­ tables of that road, nearly 40 freight cars, some of them loaded with mer­ chandise, and the office building of the Shevlin Carpenter company were burned. The sawmill, the planingmill drying kilns and storehouse for mould­ ing and prepared wood, although in the very heart* of the fire district,were saved by the efforts of the firemen, aided by a fortunate change in the direction of the wind. Help was su...

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. — 3 August 1894

10- V^f 1 rwy- \a. vijg House Idn House s&sr,. k- *T. rv*tS Prospects For Settlement of Tariff Differences Look­ ing Brighter. CONFEREES MEET HALF WAY. Members of the Opln That the Week Will Bee the End. WASHINGTON, Aug. 1.—The prospects of an agreement on the tariff were much improved during the day. For the first time in many days the house Demo­ cratic conferees came from the meeting •with the statement that previous irre •concilable differences were in process of amicable adjustment. With much sat­ isfaction the house members stated to their associates that the senators had shown a disposition for the first time to meet fche house half way. As to when a full agreement would be perfected there was tome difference of opinion. One house conferee said it would probably be this week. Another Thought It Would Be "Soon.** Chairman Wilson would not admit that the understanding had gone far enough to warrant the prediction of a speedy report. He said, however, that the con­ ferees ha...

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