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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 January 1897

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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 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 January 1897

Tf*t t, State rilt jfjt- Senate Hears 'the Open-1 ing Arguments in the Eieotion Case. Dingman-Lellman T!ie Sleuataln Iron lm*tl(ktlni Upon the convening of the senate in the morning the president announced that he had appointed Senators Yale, {Burr, Stevens, Roverud and McHale to Ofmtitute the committee on rules. ie resolution providing for a joint aenate and house committee to conduct the Mountain Iron investigation was 'taken up. The resolution Was adopted nd the president appointed Senators 'oung, Greer, Sbeehau and Ringdal to constitute this committee. Seuutor Potter jire.sentfd a petition from the Minneapolis liar association protesting against the struck jury law and praying tor its repeal. Governor C.ough sent in a communi­ cation asking that the legislature ap­ propriate money to hire a custodian for .the uiouumout erected at Fort Ritlgely. Senator Wyiiiiiu'* llatik Bill. Mr. Wyiiiaii of Hennepiu county, Imusult' a bank president, introduced a kill in the senate increasing t...

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. — 5 February 1897

& rR:l a Mm* #& & ?h... & 'RT, S&4" mm S7--V !&' m,, Page A J,F» l\ 'W* llrf VOL 21. on good larms. CHICAGO, £*eb. 4.—®ie Tribune Bays Unless the trouble into which the Joint Traffic association has fallen is repaired the organization will be no more be­ fore the week is out. Unable to live on the percentage allotted to it the "Big Four" a few days ago undertook to protect its interests by adopting measures which were in violation of the agreement. Other roads followed and it iB now freely asserted that- not a pound of dressed beef, provisions, grain or flour has moved at tariff for 15 days. The War of Spirits. PEORIA, Ills., Feb. 4.—Prediction is made by some distillers here that the present war now being waged between the several-distilling interests will be the hottest ever witnessed. The several interests have slashed prices until the goods are now at $1.16 or only 6 cents over the government tax. This iB less than the cost of production. The war is a res...

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. — 5 February 1897

oj- ., The Duluth 4 A revolution has broken out in Guatemala. Herald is strongly demanding lower freight rates on the Iron Range railroads. Indignant depositors wrecked a bank building in Pennsylvania after the officers had wrecked the business. State Treasurer Koerner reports that in his opinion all the funds of the state tied up in various suspended banks will ultimately be paid. Premier Laurier, of Canada, re­ cently stated that the platform of the present goverment is "better trade relations with the United States". Despite the hard times McKinley has fairly good success in con­ structing-his cabinet. And he has found the very best material as far as he has made public his work. The supreme court has declared the formation of Red Lake county valid. It is formed from the northeastern part of Polk and Red Laie Falls will be the county seat. The supreme 'Court case willed sf, YF Personal bonds for public officers are becoming uupopular. In many cases they are not, col­ lectable, an...

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. — 5 February 1897

t, A PERT PERSONALS. When Pejio rose, Pennsylvania rose. Then rose Jfenrose.—Washington Times, The ozaif of Russia has the costliest crown In Ejuvope, It is understood that he also stains at the head of the xoyal in­ somnia list*—Detroit News. The sultin cnn apparently swallow an nltiinatuiq'from the powers every morning before breakfast The sultan seems to fat* ten on ultimata.—Galveston News. Earl Riwsoll must be a brave man to have bis rtother-lu-law sent to prison for eight months. Perhaps he will emigrate when she comes out.-—Baltimore News. William Waldorf Aster is reported to have a wejl developed case of gout, which seems to tie conclusive evidence that be Is In trainlog for the peerage.—Chicago Tribune. Among Editor McCullagh's effects wert found mining stock of tbe face value of $1,000,000, now worth $60. It takes a first class editor to condense things.— Beadingi Times. If he were properly approaobed, Mr. Pingree might consent to act as mayor of Detroit, governor of Michi...

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. — 5 February 1897

rfr ft fft mil swra |W, i' S /^The state fair association wants from tbe state treasury 118,000 for anew amphitheatre andfl.0,000 for water works. The state treas­ urer has no great surplus for uu« usual appropriations, this year ... The Sigteis of the Order of St. Benedict bpveotfeied St. Raphael's hospital, at East St. Cloud, owned by them, to the state for a woman's reformatory. Tt is a fine four-story building with all uiodern conveniences, built but a few years age, and is «but a short distance from the state reforma­ tory. The reason for selling is that the location is too far from 'the central portion of tho city, and they wish to rebuild ou a more central location. The national bo'i'd of trade has endorsed a currency plan suggested hy a special committee. The plun is in brief as follows: That gold coin shall temain the standard money that steps should be taken to redeem all United States notes iu such a way as not to disturb business relations itliat national banks shall be ...

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. — 5 February 1897

coy NCI PROCEEDINGS. -s' Usual Monthly/Business Con sidered and Bills Allowed. The city council met In regular motithlv session ^onday evening ull members were present. President Moetfleln culled the nieetluR to order and the minute* "of the previous meeting were r^ad and dulvtipproved. Upon motion,seconded and carried, the bill of Jobii Wetzel. In the sum of $ 0, for house rent for Mrs. J. Mc­ Donald, was rejected. On motion, duly srconded and car­ ried, the folio winj? bills wereallowed: Dr Roberts/ examina­ tion and care of Tilzzie /Ukaseowic Mathleson, mdxe to city poor Williams, same.... 78 John Eklund, house rent to Lpngretn «r,° Richard Bros, mdse to city poor A Simonet, coffin and burial expenses of Soren«on 20,00 PH Newman, tea^i fur burial of Sorenson O Johnson, indse for city poor Herron & Lepper. shoes to city poor 2 0( 2 46 4 50 Dr O Trace, prof services to W Proper nnd wife 15 00 Williams, mdse to city poor Maiirin, same 5 40 PJ Gross, same 14 24 Pine Tree Lumber 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. — 5 February 1897

|8"W I ,k a l¥J ?CW 6 fcr* imLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY TUB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY KRI1MY. SUBSCRIPTION! One year *1 81K niontliH ,, Three months A'VKRTI8ING RATES M)W. LITTLE FALLS, MINN The Minnesota free silverites •wiil ,so»n have a mieting and ban­ quet in Minneapolis. Lind, Day, Towne, Donnelly, and the leaders of the free silver crowd will be present, and talk. Leaders of the Hennepin comity Populists have decided that they will hereafter stand on the Omaha platform, which means that they will not fuse with the Democrats again—until some offices are in sight. The South Si. Paul stock yards are not to be moved tw New Brighton, which is as near Minne­ apolis as St. Paul. The business men protested against the move, and evidently influenced the rail­ roads. In Harper's VVe kiy for Feb uary 6, John Kt ndrick Bangs will begin a new serial, "The Pursuit of the Houseboat," a clever sequel to his amusing story, "The House­ boat on the Styx." It will be il­ lustrated by Pete...

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. — 5 February 1897

JOB PRINTING THBTBAMPT Ul'M IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROIJGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Mrs. J. W. ('low enteriained number of lady friends at cards Fri­ day afternoon. A son WHS born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Michaels, of Sixth street southeast. According the state treasurer's report the First Nati »nai hank of this city now hus $2,0M.28 of state money. It is claimed {hat-German capital­ ists have recently made heavy purchases of Northern Pacific se­ curities. James Brown, Sr., who has been ill for several davs is now in a critical condition and is not expected to recover. Prevent sickness and swve doctors' bills at,this season by keeping your blood rich and pure with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Mayor N. Richardson went to St. Paul Tuesday to attend the immigra­ tion .convention to be held in that city this week. Chief of Police Roy returned Thurs­ day from a trip up the line in search of the overcoat thieves. He could find no trace of them. Eugene Pilon is electing an ice ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 February 1897

8 .{v. 1, ii OF THE DEPUTE F,' ^Venezuelan Boundary Treaty Signed by Pauncefote and A- Senor Andrade. j/J |5| yuetices Fuller and ¥i dary Ml Brewer the Named'' a!s Two of Four Arbiters. Approval of Venezuelan Con­ gress Necessary to Make It Effective. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.—As the repre ntatives of their respective govern­ ments, Sir Julian Pauucefote, the Brit- |Th ambaLador, and Senor Jose Andrade, Venezuelan Washington, met at the state depart­ ment and signed a treaty providing for the settlement by arbitration of the Hong it anding dispute over the boun­ between Venezuela and British Guiana, which had not only ruptured •KNOB JOSE ANDRADB. •the relations between the principals and1 kept them apart, diplomatically, for years, but has threatened to involve -the two great English speaking nations in hostilities. The treaty must yet be ratified by the Venezuelan congress. The treaty was really complete sev oral days ago, so far as all of the de tails were concerned, except the inser -t...

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. — 5 February 1897

jr :'pi i»- :f ii Buckeye Pumps, Bath, Door* and Moulding, WOOD ANO COAL THE H1GHESTM That could possibly be granted by the World's Pair Commissioners, was given to the manufacturers of WillimanticftStarThreatf AN O. D, CONSCRVATIVC HOUS little Lalls Iron Works. MACHIixtiRY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINES AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to do all work have tor sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. Second-hand Engines an» JBoilers always on hand. JOHN DENNIS, Proprietor. THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Independent for 40 years has been the leading religious-literary newspaper ol the world. It has new, distinctive and attractive features making it a FAMILY NEWSPAPER. worthy the patronage of all thinking, Intelligent .people. Its name Indicates Its character. It is Inde jwndeat. Religiously It it Is undenominational. Politically, it maintains the honor of the country the integrrity of onr enrrenoy. the supremacy law, and the righte ...

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. — 5 February 1897

|s in I PfHH Morrison County, Minnesota. PREPARKD BY P. ELLE1BECKER, CODBTT AUDITOR, For Hi© Fiscal Year End­ ing December 31, 1896. County Auditor's Office, Morrison County* Minn., Little Falls, January 1st, A. D., 1897. TO THE 'BOARD COMMISSIONERS Ot MORRISON COUNTY MINNESOTA: GENTLEMEN: have the honor to submit to you herewith the financial statement of Morrison County, for the fiscal year ending Decem­ ber 31, 1896. It contains an account of all receipts and disbursements by the Treasurer of said County during said year, ana shows the balances in his hands remaining, belong­ ing to the several funds, Annexed thereto and a part thereof is a "Detailed state­ ment'" of all County ex­ penses for which orders ot warrants were drawn dur­ ing the yeat, arranged so as to show the purpose ot each expenditure. Respectfully submitted, F. ELLENBECKER, County Auditor. Morrison County, Minn. Balance sheet of Auditor's Ledger at closo of business December 31,1896. Dr. •ohool district No, do do...

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. — 5 February 1897

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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 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 February 1897

W 2 I vi *f, V" Senate Arbitration Resolution Not Satisfactory to the Lower Branch. Monroe Doctrine Must Stand Else the Olney Treaty Will Not Do. Donnelly's Remarks on the Subject Lengthy and Pointed. ST. PAUL, Jan. 29.—Senator Wy man's reconstructed resolution on the adoption ot the Olney Pauncefote treaty looking to international arbitra­ tion, with a urief but pertinent amend­ ment suggested by Representative Douglas, was adopted in the house yesterday afternoon after being dis­ cussed for several hours on a special order. When the resolution was taken up ftfv Donnelly secured the floor and pnado the first speech on the resolution. Ills remarks were largely an arraign­ ment of the English government for its cruel and mercenary course in its deal lugs with other nations. The English ure government, he said, was the greatest marauder of the world. He read some lino from a writer in Loudon Iruth depicting the trail of desolation and pestilence which had followed the march of conques...

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. — 12 February 1897

Ife'*' I fc isV •w- VOL. 21. sick, is improving. A little nan arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Berg, Saturday, Feb. 6. Mrs. Win. Reid, of Little Falls, is in town vlsiting.relatives. The Free Methodists have been holding quarterly meeting. Mies Nettie Raymond spent Satur­ day at the FallB visiting relatives. Mrs. O. R. Jenks and children, of Minneapolis, arrived Thursday, on an extended visit to relatives in this vicinity. Mr. John Byrne and Miss Ruby Prentice were married Saturday. Feb. (, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Elder Barham. The groom is a prosperous business man of Superior. Wis., and the bride is a very estimable young lady. Their many friends wish tliem much hap­ piness. Sundav, Feb. 7, Mr. Alonzo Root and Miss Ida Frayer were united in marriage at the residence of the bi ide's lather. The groom is a pros­ perous farmer of this vicinity, and the bride is a very highly respected young lady, who quite recently came rom Iowa. They have a host of frien...

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. — 12 February 1897

W*) hi 1 President Cleveland is making preparations for a trip aiouud the world soon i»f*«'r March 4. The steel rail pool is the last trust to collapse, and dropped from $26 to $18 a Tuesday. The elections committee will today 'present a unanimous report to '.he house in favor of Mr. Coaks, in his contest against HatJ, a Populist. It is stati that another cabinet! department to be known as thoj "department of commeice and in dustry" will been ated during the next administration. Dr. Talmage says thy Bradly Martin ball will help the poor. He states that when an entertain ntisgiveu which costs $100, 000, ninety per cent of it reaches the poor. It is rumored that' Sherman may remain in the Senate, instead of accepting the state portfolio in McKiniey's cabinet. The quarrel among Republican bosses over the senatorial succession in Ohio, indi­ cates that an anti-udmi-ustration senator would replace Sherman and dictate all Ohio appointments. The Nicaragua canal bill will probably not be pa...

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. — 12 February 1897

-^r .•» V1' JB «r. VEGETABLES UNDER GLASS. JL System at Intensive Culture With Labor {htiag Devices. New Yorker explains, is cheap and easi­ ly managed, apd many a farmer will find it valuable either for the benefit of his own table or for the home market ula uwu tnuio ur iur tiie nuuio uiaiaon. COLD FKAJilES IN SUMMER. mended that the top earth, at least to a depth of two or'three inches, be removed and replaced each season. An illustration, reproduced from Dreer's book," Vegetables Under Glass," shows bow these "boxes" look when at rest—that is, while the glass is off dar­ ing the summer. The alley, 4 feet wide, is planted with radishes, while the boxes themselves contain a summer orop of celery. The picture shows how easily these boxes may be worked by horsepower. As fast as one crop comes ont another is started. Some of the cold frame rotations, practiced by Philadelphia market gar­ deners,. are thns given in the useful manual already quoted. Spinach, sown about Sept 15, cut at ...

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. — 12 February 1897

S raSp'* Mm. J? t' '^heve will be no wine inaugurat'ion-'ball at Washington. Stillwater objects to ihp law providing thafe all ('xectytjonspf thi* dcfttlv penalty take pliifce at ttie state prison. i'.» Gen. Sickles declares th«,t he •will ship awns to the Cuban in •flurg'-nts, and that ihere is HO (Jniled States hw or court that can punish him. It is currently reported that C. A. Towne is negotiating for the purchase of the St.. Paul Globe in the interest of fiee silver men, •who will make that paper their organ. Niaily one hundred national disputes have already been set led by arbitration, the most im­ portant being that of the Alabama claims in 1871, by which the Un­ ited Ftatfrs wits awarded the sum of $15,000,000. Some of Gen. Miles' friends and admVei wished to present him with $50,000 resid nc in "Wash­ ington, upon hearing of which, Senator Allen, of Nebraska, secured the passage of a resolution by the senate forbidding presents to army officers. While the Minnesota legislat...

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. — 12 February 1897

i:1 S :'s iut DELAY MAY ILL Friends of the Arbitration Treaty Not Hopeful of Early Action. Begun in the a Number of dresses Made. Senate Ad- Said That Ratification Will Win if a Vote Can Be Reached. WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.—The Anglo American arbitration treaty was under consideration by* the senate from 1 o'clock until 5:80. The entire proceed­ ing was in executive session. The first half of the session was spent in debat­ ing a motion introduced by Senator Hill to consider the treaty in open sen­ ate and the most animated part of the day's proceedings was based upon this matter. Several sharp passages at arms between the author of the motion and Senators Morgan, Lodge and Sher­ man occurred, the three last named contending strenuously for the observ­ ance of the senatorial/custom of secrecy in dealing" with the treaty. It was stated that it was the wish of the ad­ ministration that the public should be excluded from the debates. Not Regarded a Tait. The only vote of the day was secured...

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. — 12 February 1897

It f.T^fcv «s:. f'i 6 1.ITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT jKV liy THE TKANBOBIPT PUB. OO. PUBLISH BP EVERY FRIDAY. \. su&6tK«Kr owi On* year.. Sit month*. Three Hiontbs...™ LITTLE FALLS, .. »1 60 ... 75 ... 40 A 'VKKTWWO RAT KB IXW. MINN Philadelphia wants the new capitol of Pennsylvaaia to be built jn that city.. The elections coramitte reported to the house, at a session last even ing, their findings in the Coates Hall contest, but no action uras taken, and the matter was brought up for decision this morning. The national house and senate in joint session, oil Tuesday, formally declared the election of William McKinley as president, and Garret A. Hobart as Yice president of the United States for four years from March 4 next. [n an interview with Gen. Gomek, commander-in-chief of the Cuban army, by a representative 6f the Ohicago Inter Ocean, he reit* rates the statement that the Cubans are .fighting for freedom, and under no circumstances will they accept any "reform" plans of Spam. It i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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