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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 December 1896

The Leading We have a special lot of rockers that are decided! good bargains See our cobbler seat rockers like cut. Large line in all- finishes. Prices from DO $2 TO $4.00 vs fft» •"Ffwrw Our Entire Stock ,••• Is rich in holiday suggestions. Select your presents, and have them put aside for you, as going rapidly. Lounges and Couches. TO This bed lounge,' mo­ hair plush, wilk plush trimmed. tlO.w We have Rockers in this style of goods from $2.50 TO $2.50 $16 00. Reed Arm Chairs, Window Chairs in reed TO $10.00- 2 $12.50 We liHve bed lounges in various styles from $8.00 to $25 00 also a la rye lino of couches in nil stales »nd coverings. 88.00 to $35 00. If you want an upholstered rocker, our spring seat rockers will surely suit you. They are covered in differ­ ent goods and in various shades, with or without pad on back. AND REED AND RATTAN CHAIRS $16 00. •S* We also have an inviting display of bookcases, haH ini'-rors and racks, china cabinets, sideboards, parlor and dining tables c...

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. — 18 December 1896

SPi-S fr- Si* 'i&Jir. W TITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. (TO. 1 PUBLISHED BVRST KRI1 VY, il: subscription* ^}. One year $1 SO ,-ft* month* •Three months..... „».«».«h»...»~..^ ».»» 40 A"V«T»TISING RATK8 LOW. LITTLE KALL8, MINN Pay Something Bills have been sent to a large number who owe the Transcript for weekly subscrip­ tions and on other ac­ counts, 'and all those are urged to make as large payments as possible at once. The Transcript is not, as a rule, V9ry urgent for payment from those who are indebted to t, but it is warranted at chis time in insist­ ing on some effort toward payment by all who owe it. The Minneapolis papers com­ plain that the city is full of crooks and hold-up artists—besic^s the aldermen. The City council of Duluth is demanding that the "gamblers must go" and the mayor says that there are none to go. A late issue of the Minneapolis Times published a four column list of individuals who are sucking the public teat, drawing salaries from $25...

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. — 18 December 1896

II1 \V'V r/^, I ..? a mr^ r1 mmsSESrn Sa, 4 IF' ®S ef active Page -p ,*£» JOB PRINTING THE TMSUEIPT JOB UiTU), IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND liAJPlD. The Catholic ehurcli at Louis Prairie wade $1,300 at a fail* lunt Week. A daughter was bora to Mr., and Mre. Peter LaFond on Sunday, Dec. 13. A marriage license was issued yes­ terday toCharles Hawkinsund Carrie Barnlmrt. The Maliwata club' will hold another of its popular social dances this evening. Daniel Campbell, of Culdrum, was among the farmers at the county »eat Saturday. A large^party of young peoplefroui Little Fails attended a dance ut Randall Friday evening. A widow's pension has been granted Lucretia .Sliowalter, of Grey Eagle, Todd county. There is a prospect that Phil Sheridan Post, G. A. R., of Royal ton, will suriender its charter. The St. Cloud banks are trying to get their assessments reduced. The state board raised them 71 percent. A large line ef celluloid boxes and albums at prices th...

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. — 18 December 1896

*. '8 &rf tv Ijj'V h., •A FIL1 Cruisers Newark and Raleigh in Pursuit of the Steamer ,, Three Frler*dSi.v. Latter Left Key' West Despite the Vigilance of Govern­ ment Officials. Has on Board Fifty Men and & Large Cargo of Arms and Ammunition. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Deo. 15.—A spe­ cial to The Citizen from Key West states that the cruisers Newark and Raleigh received telegraphic instruc­ tions from Washington at noon and that the cruisers at once pnt to sea to capture the steamer Three Friends, which left Fernandina at an early hour in the morning with a cargo of arms 4uid ammunition, besides about 50 Cu­ bans to be landed in Cuba. Instructions were also received for the revenue cutter McLain at Miami »nd the Winona and Forward at Key West to intercept the Three Friends, if possible. Every effort will thus be made to catch the little filibuster, which succeeded in getting away with its cargo despite the vigilance of the Government Officials and Spanish Spies. This was done by us...

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. — 18 December 1896

Is Coining! I HARDWARE, TINWARE, White Marble Lime, Cement and BnidingMaterial, y, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors purchased my tles, ANOtD, STftO"a AND CONSERVATIVE HOUSE. Little (.alls Iron Works, MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, HAGHINER1 AND SHAFTING. am prepared to flo all work ir my line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large stJbck Injectors, Lubricators, Fit tings, Oil Cups, etc. Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOHN DEOTIS, Proprietor. Mir Send your Sons and Daughters to An.... Expensive School? A Complete Home and Tuition for a year with the very lies tad vant ages cost $175.00 (and with strict economy even less) at Pillsbnry Academy—— Prepares for any American College. Vocal and Instrumental Music costs but $40 more. Principal's certificate admits to State University and other colleges. Send for Catalogue. JAMES W. FORD, Pricipal, Owatonna, Minn. WEEKJLY Continuous performance. Don't let the children miss It Clowns, a...

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. — 18 December 1896

It SULTAN CALLED DOWN Ambassadors of the Powers Unite in a Joint Note to the Sublime Porte.' I fPecall of the Special Envoy to Crete Demanded Within Forty-eight Hours. Claim Made That Reforms That Country Are Con tinually Thwarted. AN ELEGANT BUTTON FREE with each package of "TRAa i? SWEET CAPORAL mr Dnrrc a I I O AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS WITHOUT COST. in CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 14.—The am "bassadors of the powers have sent a joint note to the porte demanding the recall within 48 hours of the porte's •special envoy to Crete, Sand-Ed-Bin -Pasha, who is accnsed of thwarting the reforms to be projected there. These reforms included the nomination of the Christian governor of Crete, which Was accorded, economic autonomy with the payment of a tributes the sultan, •the reorganization of the gendarmerie iby European officers and the indepen­ dence of the judiciary in Crete by the creation of a high court at Canea. WANT TO RESUME WORK. Hamburg Doeknra Move For a Conferenc...

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. — 18 December 1896

-r PAPER COMBINE. Association of Manufacturers of White News Paper. NEW YOIIK, Dec. 10—The confer­ ences that have been in progress for ten day* between the principal man­ ufacturer* of white news paper have resulted in practical agreement of all concerned to pool interests ami to deal with consumers only through a general agency, which is to be es­ tablished in this city. The plan in volves the formation of a nati'-nal association, capitalized to a modest amount, which is to coutrol the product of all the mills. By this ar­ rangement the manufacturers expect to reduce running expenses, to re­ organize the trade and to promote frieudlier relations between all con­ cerned. They expressly deny that prices will be advanced as a result of the proposed agreement, but con­ tend that they are obliged to follow the example of other men directing otliT great industries and co-operate to prevent ruinous competition. Thirty companies are interested in the movement. They are said to control the...

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. — 18 December 1896

4* & Cubanl'ArrlvIng at Key^wcist Say That Macao Is Safe Matanzas. iy Festivities in Celebration of His Death Are Stopped x"1 at Havana. 5 iDr. Zertucha, Who Vouched for His Killing, Is Again a Prisoner., KET WEST, Fla., Deo. 17. —Passen­ gers arriving here from Havana report that Antonio Maceo is alive and well and is" in the province of Matanzas. The passengers say that all of the fes­ tivities that were going on in Havana to celebrate his death have been or­ dered stopped since it ha« become known fliat he is alive. Dr. Zertucha, the alleged physician of Maceo, who vouches for his death, is again a pris­ oner. Letters received here from Santiago de Cuba assert that the insurgents in that jurisdiction are showing increased activity and are moving westward. A party recently raided the town of El Cobre, burning various houses. WEYLER DENIES IT. HM Not RESIGNED and Dtei Not Intend to Resign. HAVANA, Deo. 17.—The correspond* -ent of the Associated Press is author­ ized to deny the...

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. — 25 December 1896

a c: '0 [1 S&y- I Si r k" W I IT'- •n 4' 1 A ff Nr«* WM3&* ^y«£S &L* Stf .•*/* i? Wheat has, advanced two cents 'durUig the past week but all other commodities ate quoted at about the same prices as those of the previous week. The following is the corrected price •list:' Wheat—No. 1 Hard. 72c No. 1, Ho. 2. 68 No. 8. 67c. AND:. PAULand V®,"! & ompany's Prices, from $2 to $6 on particular pieces quoted and |fcy information desired furnished to intend- parckasers.«. $Uso have for sale abou^ 200 GOOD ..PROVED FARMS in different parts of ^%iJove named ?c6up^0s, at low figures, On terins to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cent MONEY TO LOAN ^Qjgood larms., .* Block'," t^ TradeConditlOBS. fe|fa^|ng dlirinj the feast ..of past seasons, and ail business was good in all general lines, as well, our merchants are well pleased with the "business done duribg.that time.- NAT^RETTEL^ Little Fails. Minn. Northern 71c (4.60. Flour, patent process, per bbl. Btralght grade, wi bbl. $4....

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. — 25 December 1896

Congress has adj »umed to Janu­ ary 5. Weyler has been ordered to get out and fight the Cubans. He now lias scouts locating the in sui gents' hospitals. The Indian football team from Carlisle college defeated the team from the Wisconsin state universi ty ia a game Saturday. Anoka will ask for $600,000 as a staiter for the new fourth insane asylum that has been located in that city- Senator Davis insists that it is properjfor the United States' to recognize the Republic of Cuba, and that congress has something to say about the matter. .Northwestern lumbermen and congressmen will hold a conference in Minneapolis on Saturday. United work to secure a tariff on lumber will doubtless be discussed. All the Twin City papers now agree that Jones has practically no opposition for speaker of the house. If Grondahl had not re­ fused his pass last year it might have been different. It is reported! that some of "conbine" aldermen of Min­ neapolis are giving testiminy be­ fore the grand jury. It i...

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. — 25 December 1896

pW 7 v. y„ North Dakota Divorces De­ clared Illegal by New York Courts. 'Woman Freed in Former State Still Legally Married In the ^Latter. '-Supreme Court Hands Down a Decision in a Promi­ nent Case. NEW Mrs. McGown, however, had deter­ mined upon a dissolution of the mar­ riage, and for that purpose had gone to North Dakota. She obtained a divorce and remarried. "Under the laws of North Dakota," said the justice, "the defendant is the lawful wife of Bell, but under the laws of New York she is the lawful wife of McGown, and he is entitled to a de­ cree." MISS DRAKE ELOPED. Daughter of Iowa's Governor Secretly Married at Denver. DES MOINES, la., Dec. 19.—Miss Mary Lord Drake, daughter of the governor of Iowa, and George Sturdivant of Cen terville, were secretly married at Den­ ver, on the 28th day of October, nearly two months ago. The marriage was something of a dis­ appointment. to Governor Drake, who was kept out of the se­ cret until he went to Denver, about 10 days ago, to rest ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 December 1896

rs i' .t !v iM it' IE ii [$?» The board of county commission­ ers of Wright county proposed to put a steam heat plant in the Court house, and advertised for bids. The grand jury took notice of the matter, and passed resolutions protesting against the proposed improyment. The graud jurymen are not county officers. Recently the mayor of Brainerd ordered the slot machines out of the saloons in that city, and now the authorites of St. Paul and Winona have adopted the same policy. In some cases it isclaimed that contributions to these little gambling devices have netted the saloonkeeper tlie price of the liquor license. The men are numerous who do not resist the temptation to shoot a few nickles at the slot. Special features of HARPER'S WEEKLY for December 26 will be: "A Sioux Indian Episode," by Col. Guy V. Henry, U. S. A., illus trated by R. F. Zogbaum a paper by Timothy Pitkins on "Turkish Grieviences—The Blood Tax a double page illustration by W. T. Smedly, entitled "A Plantation Chr...

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. — 25 December 1896

4 rowst .^a&9B^6f5 •:••.' •. In December.) ChBB a and Gaboriau. this number. family .9 *K parties, with ^reat com­ fort and security, and at one's own convenvenience. Write to J. T. Con ley, Assistant General Agent, Chi­ cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. St. Paul, Minn., for details if you are —'The Spaniards captured a Cuban hospital this week. The work of "pacification" continues. HARPER'S WEEKLY. IN 1897. With the eod ot 1896 HARPER'S WEEKLY will have lived forty years. Injthat time it has participated with all the zeal and power at its command in all the great political events of the most Interesting and Important period In the history ol the country, and it lias spread before Its readers the accomplishments ot science, arts, and letters for the Instruction of the human mind and the amelioration of human conditions and of manners. What the WEEKLY has been in its spirit and purpose, as these have been manifested prin­ cipally in its editorial pages, it will continue to ...

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. — 25 December 1896

-In V.l" i!' i. •. r- ?«-. I? u&V, M* ¥*%y- & te CTTLE FALLS T1 l^'- I'nfet si the Tbanscbipt 1'ub« ('o. -tU i: .. 1 ?P0BLI8HKD Congreasman Eddy, of the Seventh district, suggests the fol­ lowing as the Republican program on the tariff question: "First. All duties should be made specific so tar as possible. "Second. Ample protection should be afforded all American productions and manufactures. "Third. All articles of common necessity, not produced in this country, should be admitted prac­ tically free of duty. "Furthed than this, I would give tlie president the power, upon thirty day's notice, to entirely re­ move the duty upon any articles that pass into the control of a trust or combine. The principles of reciprocity should be enacted and enlarged to the widest possible extent." Fergus Falls Journal: In case the Hennepin couuty court should get some of the Minneapolis alder­ men well started toward Still­ water, the members of the next legislature would be very careful how...

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. — 25 December 1896

A Fun 'Hi' I ir JOB PRrNTfftG THE IMSUH1PT JOB' liiTlU. IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHKAP AN1 ltAPlI. A daughter A us born Saturday to Mr. aud Mrs. JOB. Blake. •'•.•.* i- Nutionttl and state banks will maktt their reports of their condition on Dec, 17. The most popular 1(5 to 1 schemed is 1( depots for I city. That will beat Chicago. T. J. Mathieson took another large bunch of cattle and hogs to the St. Paul Stock market. Minnesota will get a little more thau $) ,000,000 from railroads on the gross earnings tax this year. Mucllae is looking for a loca­ tion on First street for permanent quarters for.the "Art Studio." Poison ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's VVitcli Hazel salve, the great idle cure. mh 7 1 1 How many streets und avenues will get new depots in tluir Christ­ mas stocking? A young son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carley, of the West side, is very ill with typhoid fever. L. D. BROWN. The Northern Pacific surveying crew...

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. — 25 December 1896

jap*? vi ^g' -V/ Norman County (Minn,) Officer and a Bank Robber Draw Their Guns* 1 The Desperado Was Slow and Consequently Received a Fatal Wound. I He Was Wanted at Caledonia, N. D., Where He Robbed a Bank. ADA, Minn., Deo. 22.—In attempting Co arrest a stranger, who was charged •with the robbery of the Bank of Cale­ donia, at Caledonia, N. D., on Sunday, Sheriff Gundersoii fatally shot an un­ known man at Rolette during the after­ noon. The sheriff received a telegram summoning him to come to Rolette at once and arrest a man who was wanted for robbery. Gunderson, together with Constable Bosworth, starred at onco for Rolette, where it was supposed that the prisoner was sal'ely lodged and in safe keeping, but when the officers ar rived the prisoner had escaped and was on his way towards Ada when he was over: aken and requested to surrender. Although he had been kept a prisoner for some time, he was still armed. He resisted arrest and pulled a gun on tho sheriff, but the sheriff was...

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. — 25 December 1896

.• -.r 1 1 .: A Stitch in Time Saves Nine. Take that stitch -with Willimantic Star'* Thread. Do all your sewing with Williinanlir. Star Thread. It holds the seams together longer and stands the wear and tear better than any other spool cotton made. Willimantic* Star Thread Is perfectly adapted for light sewing or heavy sewing HARDWARE,* TINWARE, White Marble Tame, Cement and Bnifling Material, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doora W You are cordially invited to call and see my goods. MRS. P. F. HOSCH. MACHINERY /. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINEKl AND SHAFTING. am prepared to do all work ir my line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. 19" Second-band Engines and Boilers always on band. Jo TIN DENNIS, Proprietor. Kbr T. Send your Sons and Daughters to An.... Expensive School? A. Complete Home and Tuition for a year with the very best ad vant ages cost $175.00 (and with strict economy even less...

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. — 25 December 1896

An Entire Family Wiped Out of Existence in New I ,v York City. The Servant Saves Her Life by Jumping Out of the Window. Fire Was Caused by the Up­ setting of a Large Piano Lamp. NEW YORK, Deo. 21.—The explosion of a lamp on thu second floor of the 4 •story residence, 514 Ehst Fifty-eighth street, resulted in the loss of five lives. The dead are: Aarou Goldsmith, 45 years old Chlotilde Goldsmith, his -wife, S3 years old Bertha Goldsmith, 10 years old Harry Goldsmith, 8 years old, and Frank Goldsmith, tt years oid. The only other person in the honse at the time of the fire was Mary Rosa, aged 20, a domostic servant, who saved her life by jumping out of the window. The family was together during the evening, the only member of the house­ hold, a Mr. Hirsch, brother of Mrs. •Goldsmith, having gone out shortly after the evening meal. According to the Story Tnltl by the Servant, the was on the third floor of the build­ ing in the act of putting the two youngest boys to bed when she heard ...

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. — 25 December 1896

I MORE FREQUENT. Railroad Surveys for New De­ pots Rapidly Increasing in Number. In tbe past it has been the the cus­ tom of the Northern Pacific to make careful surveys for new depot sites In this city every year or so, but the present management shows more energy in that line than ever before. A survey wan made here a few weeks ago. and another is HOW in progress. Engineer Darling arrived -Monday with an Increased corps of assist ants, and promptly located a Transcript reporter, and gave for publication such details regarding the new de­ pots as have been formerly omitted from these columns. Mr. Darling makes no effort to conceal the- in­ tentions of the company, and pro­ duces maps and letters from the head officers of the company that in­ dicate beyond doubt just where all the depots will be located. The depots will be located, as a rule, near the main traveled route** of the hotel busses, and where con­ venient the railroad tracks will be placed in the neighborhood of freight t...

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. — 25 December 1896

mm E Anglo American Arbitration Agreement Ready for Sen Action., ^v* 't* i1^ House, Indirectly, Will Have Chance to Pass udg- f' ment On It. Alaskan Boundary the F.lVst Question for ihe New Cpm mission.. Washington. Deo. 24.—There f» no longer any doubt that the general ar­ bitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain is practically •completed to the satisfaction of both governments and that its presentation to congress may be expected in the near future. Several minor amend­ ments hare been suggested and accept­ ed from time to jfcime daring the prog­ ress of the negotiations, bat it is now •confidently belteved that the clear copy which was forwarded to Lord Salis­ bury by Sir Julian Pauncefote about a week ago will at once receive the for­ mal approval of the British premier •and be returned to Washington in time to be presented to the senate for ratifi­ cation immediately on the reassembling •of congress after the holiday recess, .'-Jan. 5. The life of the treaty...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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