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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 February 1897

fv" I V. [j »'»•P S fib .: V* tut ive Page JOB PRINTING THE TRAHSISIPT JOB OITO IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKOfTCHOlTT 8BAT, CHEAP AND RAPII. A masquerade nkii''1 will he tciven at Morlson's rink this cvenlntr. The villnjre of Melrose on Pucsdny votod to ineorpora'H as a city. The 1III to abolish cnpitul punish­ ment was ('efcufwl in the house. The Journal-Press terms recent, meeting of tliP city council of St. Cloud a ••jrabfcRt." A bill has been Introduced In the house making the term of office of judges of probata six vears. Workman Post, G. A It., went to Ro.valton Saturday to visit. Pltll Sheridan post of that place. Geo. F. Foster, who has been confined to bis home for several months by Illness, is again nble to be out. •Always In season Hopkins' Steamed Hominv ("Hulled Cornl Ele­ gant lunch in milk. Qt. can, Ittc. The case of Jansen vs. .lansen came up before Justice Sheldon yes­ terday, and it was adjourned one week. The ground hoc story has held good so far. and the ...

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. — 12 February 1897

ipyw m.: W&, lit* \K Greece Not to Be Allowed to Seize and Annex the Island of Crete. France Might Ee Willing, but the Dreibund and Russia Would Interfere. Troops Prevented by Ambas­ sadors From Leaving Constantinople. LONDON, Feb. 10. A special dispatch from Cauea says that the commanders of the foreign men-of-war now concen trated off the Island of Crete have noti iied the cuptaws of the Greek warships that no isolated action on the part of the Greeks, such as bombarding Canea or the landing of troops, will be per xuitted. A dispatch from Cologne, Germany, Bays that The Kolnische Zeitung de­ clares that the attempt of Greece to annex Crete will not succeed. France, it is asserted, may favor the design, but the dreibund a lid Russia have agreed to maintain the status quo. A dispatch to The Standard, from Atnens says that an English mau-of war, has arrived at Sitia, at the east­ ern extremity of Crete, for the purpose of protecting Christians who have been attacked by Mussulmans...

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. — 12 February 1897

$ to* p? Manufacturers and Dealers in, STEAM EMG1H ES, MACHINE R1 AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to *lo all vrork ii my line promptly ana iu first-class style. have for sale a larffe stock Injectors, Lubricators Fit tlugs. Oil'Cups, etc. --I7 ter Secoiidfcl«»nl Kn •t a TINWARE, White Marble Tame, Cement and EMMMaterial, jj? Buckeye Pumps Sash, Doors andMonlaing WOOD 1 COAL glues and Boilers always oil-baud. Joirir Dennis, Pro fin ft or THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Independent for 49 years ban been the leading religious-literary newspaper of the world. It has new, distinctive and attractive features making it ft FAMILY NEWSPAPER. worthy the patronage of all thinking. Intelligent ptopto* Its name Indicates Its character. It Is Inde­ pendent. Religiously It it Is undenominational. Politically. It maintains the honor of the country the Integrrity of our currency, the supremacy law, and the rights j^f poor and rich allka.: 4 For Intelligent eopl Everywhere It provides instruction, enterta...

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. — 12 February 1897

ft" *1,* uli Jsra. SsfiW"*1 it K«i 4/J 10 we1 rlv"1 ELECTORAL VOTE SCARE. A. Sowth fiTnllni CoiifNwnm Would Hloek I'Mctrdiafi. CHICAGO, Feb. 8.—A special from Washington nays: President-elect Mc Kmtay's right to his seat may not be officially-declared this week, He has just returned from Sonth Carolina, where he was in consultation With the leading Republicans of the Paimetto state. He is armed with a petition/signed by thousands of Re­ publicans of thut state, protesting against tjie counting of the electoral vote, and asking for an investigation of the election laws and the state consti­ tution. I'rotcit Cannot Ba Ignored. The claim 'is made that the election lawn and the state constitution upon •which they are based are not in accord t6 the federal constitution. While tho dispute over the vote of South Carolina cannot in uny way affect the final re­ sult, the best authorities agree that the petition cannot be igiiored, and the in­ vestigation of the precedents shows that when suc...

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. — 12 February 1897

l-JET**''''" 'Ik •II rfe: fees: COUNCIL MEETING. Election Judges Appointed Fire Limit Ordinance Discussed. The city council met in adjournal regular session Monday nijshtfor the further consideration of the petition of J. Kiewei and others to vaeateu portion of Fifth a venae northeast. All members wore present exceptluj? Alderman Mathieson. Those in erested in the petition to •vacate a portion of Fifth avenue northeast, not being present, and it beiiiis understood that the uetitfon was defective by reason of not hav­ ing the necessary signatures, the matter wir not brought up, and, of course, thut petition is now dead. —. it is understood, however, that Mr. Kiewei is having another petition prepared, and if he is successful in securing the signaturesof a majority of the resident property owners on that street, it will be presented to the council at the next meeting. The council tnen took up the mut­ ter of appointing judges for lie com­ ing city election. The judges ap­ pointed are ...

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. — 12 February 1897

•J 154 mm, KX-f-. House Favors the Election c' Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners. ^Opponents of the Measure Fought Hard but Were Short of Votes. fell I to Trohibit Desecration of Memorial Day Passes the Senate. Sr. PAUL, Feb. 5.—The Torson bill, providing for the election by the people of the railroad and warehouse commis­ sioners, passed the house yesterday afternoon by a rote of 82 to 27. The measure came up for final passage at the morning session and its opponents made a desperate attempt to defeat it. Preceding the debate a call of the house was ordered so that every mem­ ber possible could be put on record. Messrs. Jacobson and Littleton occu­ pied practically the entire morning ses­ sion in presenting their views of the bill, the former speaking for and the latter against the measure. A recess was taken at 12:80 and after reassem­ bling Johns of Hatusey and Dale of Hennepin sp()ke for and against the measure respectively. A vote was then taken and the bill passed. Ihe hous...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

&&U3 '1 ve Page TT *s VO L, 21. on good tarms. Sleigh ride parties seem to be all rthe rage here. The young people are 1n for a goo 1 tiine, and are bound to have it. N. P. Lindquist, a lumber dealer of Clitheral, was here on business last Tuesday. J. B. Cole, of Brainerd, was here a short time last Monday. The report in last week's issue that Mrs. Lemen gavn a dance is false. Pumper Jas. Landy, of Little Falls, made nis usual trip last "Wednesday. Mios Jeanette Mansfield returned to Little Falls yesterday. The snow storm last Saturday blockaded all the toads and traffic was practically suspended for a few days. The sending of valentines has caused quite a disturbance amonR a few uupeaceful peo:le of this town. Mrs. C. N. Rlckerson was on the sick list a few days last week. Several of the bova were out hunt­ ing rabbits last Tuesday. They say it is great sport* as the woods-are alive with the bunny fellows. —Fergus Falls'school board has named the school buildings of the cit...

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. — 19 February 1897

iTi* 1 Members of the South Dnkot* "legislation will continue to travel on passes A Joseph H. Thompson, a million­ aire, has beeii elected city treasurer of Minneapolis.' Richard Croker will be Tarn candidate for mayor of many Greater New York. The Cubans captured a pay train Friday and |600,000 in silver. 8p:inish secured Major McKinley is confined to his bed with an attack of influ­ enza whichis prev»ilinir»tCanton. There is liable to be a division in the league of American Wheel nit'u over the matter of Sunday racing. Philadelphia reports the largesi export of grain from that port since Jan.l, that has been made in years. Kailroadrf in all parts of the country are 'taking advantage of the reduced price of steel rails and are purchasing largely. The North Dakota house of rep­ resentatives has declared itself as opposed to the unconditional re­ peal of the prohibition law. The Populist reformers of Kan­ sas contemplate legislation to prohibit the use of typesetting machines in the ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

?w -fp Jy ve Page DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Aa Association of Women to Promote Bn •Ible and Scientific Housekeeping. The science of bom* Riaklug is the luteal •ubjeot to which tht new woman InVltM her unprogreselve sisters to turn their nt» tention. An organization having this pur» pose In view has already been formed oa broad lines, nnd It Is known as the Nation* •I Household Economic association. Dr. DR.' MART E. GREEK. Vary E. Green of Charlotte, Mich., well known in man parts of t^ie coiuitry, is the chief prophet of the new faith, and she holds the position of acting president of the association. The national lieadquartors are in Chica­ go, but there are to bo branch headquar­ ters in every state and as many local branches as possible. The energetic women who are at the bend of the association In­ tend not only to educate wives up to the point where they Will know what is re­ quired in a home run on scientific princi­ ples, but they mean to create a class of do­ mestic servants who wil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

J? r^u1 Postmaster General* Wilson has accepted the •appointment of presi­ dent of the Washington and Lee university at Lexington, Va. '•-—-O 11 The ceremonies and festivities for inaugural week are to exceed in brilliancy and attractiveness bitniiaf affairs for recent years. Ex-queen Liliuokalani is in the United States evidently for the purpose of getting her "great und good friend," G. C., to aid her in efforts to reinstate herself 011 the awaiian throne. S. veral North Dakota legislators m.ide one session quite interesting by discussing whether Fargo or Bismarck was the wickedest city in the state. It's probably a staid-off. The Liberty Rubber company, the last firm to hold out against the rubber trust, has at last been foiced to close its doors, and the prices of rubber goods have gone up 100 per cent. The sundry civil appropriation bill. i» In France experiments with the bicycle as a war machine have been carried to a greater extent than in1 this country, and it has been! demo...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

Troops From Foreign War ships Land at Canea, the Capital of Crete. Move Gives Satisfaction and May Result in Ending the Trouble. Grecian Soldiers From Four Vessels Disembark on the Island. ATHENS, Feb. landing The Times, in its editorial columns, applauds the naval occupation of the Jginnri of Crete as a sensible act and as practical statesmanship. Another dispatch from Athens says fhjit. the powers have decided to super­ vise the execution of a new charter for Crete, a feature of which will be au­ tonomy. Crisis Kearlng the End. The Athens correspondent of The Standard says that a high Greek official has assured him that Emperor William was largely influential, in bringing about the present solution, which has extricated Greece from an embarrass­ ing position and which guarantees peace and order for Crete. Public anx­ iety has been greatly relieved. It is considered that the crisis is at an end. Berovitch Pasha has arrived at Ca lamata. He will proceed to Corfu im­ mediately. Witho...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

mm I si- mm FALLS TRANSCRIPT. vC'-llv THB TRANBORIPT PUB. »'Of (*(JBLI8US0 EVERY KRIIMY- -,T SUBSCRIPTION )ttx mouths ......... ^'Thtw months «... A VKKTISINO 8ATEW LOW UTTLE FALLB,1 United States will uot. »1 BO 76 ...... 40 MINN s» The owners of the patents on I incandescent electric lamp* havej Obrnied a pool, and will maintain luuiform prices all over the coun ^itiy, aud prosecute infi ingi ments on patents. ijl. King George, of Greece, would make a popular tuler of the United States just long enough to send & few gunboats over to Cuba. No •fcher nation can interfere, apd the Furmington business men are /not in favor of the rural mail de­ livery system which is being ex perimeuted with in that county. Thv claim it keeps the farmers at home and thus deprives the stores of more or less trade. There is a strong public senti­ ment finding expression in Minne­ apolis in favor of the enforcement of the laws as they are fouiid on the statute books. There is much ciiticism of a publ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

1 I# vii M' V„ 1 .X ,.. JOB PRINTING fluiMurm yrnct W IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW XU'IKRIAL TltOlJflHOUT/' "I UK AT, CHttAP A Nil ItAPI I» A daughter WIIN (torn, Tuesday. to Mr. and Mrs. Win. o\Sliea:. 111 I (1 WvillM'HCli't.V liIMl been uft»T P. H.Neunian from Iuwm, where, lie a carload of Horses "Ladies' night, at the. Gross opera house Friday niyht. '•The Bunker's Daughter" will he the play. A marrlMKe license wns issued the clerk of court t» Jacob l^epinski and Eva Lukuscewski yesierdav. jyl O. Hawaii, formerly a resident of Swanville, now living W* bank, S. I)., wan in the city Monday John Lind's libel nuit for $20,000 against the St. Paiil ispatch is on trial before .iudge Hunii in St. Paul. A weed in the garden be easily destroyed when it first starts. Consumption can be nipped in the bud bv One Minute Cough Cure. L. l. BKOWN. Mrs. Ensign Dinwoodie, of the Salvation Army corps of this city, is assisting-the St. Cloud officers this •week. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Davidson gave a cinch ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

Notified by the Powers to With it draw Her Military Forces From'Crete." Unless She Complies Within Forty-eight Hours Hostili­ ty^ ti«s Begirt* Said to Have Replied That a r|y~ Change of Policy Is Im I possible. LONDON, F*b. 17.—A dispatch to The Daily Mail from Visnna says that it :,aui 5ate 4 •collective ngte to Greece demanding the withdrawal of her naval and mili­ tary forces from Crete within, 48 hours, failing which the port of Piraeus will ,be blockaded and general hostilities commence. A dispatch to The Times from Canea Icays the commanders of the foreign -.aqaadrons sent a joint note to Ismail Bey, the newly appointed governor of |i Crete, informing hiui that they had ad­ dressed an ultimatum to the commodore HI of the Greek fleet requiring him to withdraw from Cretan waters. They requested the governor, Isuiail Bey, to apb find away of notifying the insurgents ot this fact and of summoning them To Yield Up Their Arms, also of informing them that tho powers IIP-had. taken me...

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. — 19 February 1897

St. .. •.'.?'.'.: I 1 *r $ A ',,V,/A..t in line or groups, making an interesting object lesson in natural history. This offer is made solely for the purpose acquainting mothers with the merits of Seq4 tor »i:*0K«|0» or W|LLIMANTIC THREAD CO., TINWARE, White Marble TiiniO) Cement and BaidineMaterial, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Door* 6 and Moulding WOOD COAL Do not carry grain uninsured. 00 Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY SHOP. NEW YORK. The Independent for 49 years ban been the leading religious-literary newspaper of the world.. •:.••• It hal new, distinctive and attractive features a in I a FAMILY NEWSPAPER. worthy the pAtrdnage of all thinking. Intelligent people. Its name Indicates Its character. It Is Inde­ pendent. Religiously It It is undenominational. PoUtlealIy.lt maintains the honor of the country ttp integrrity ofour currency, the supremacy, law, and the rights of poor and rich alike. •, Fir titslU eopl jByfef^here THE VAN OUSEN-HARRINQTON CO., AN OI D. .T-ONO AND ,• •. Manufa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

*0 J®? «A ifef, crful organization* whose funds he had mis Appropriated ant. kept on In his career of debaitcbory. Exactly at the expiration ol the year he was lbuiid dead in bed. I11 another instance two dishonest Chi­ nese merchants of Sacramento misappro­ priated the earnings oi somo 20 Qoor min­ ers, who desired to transmit them to their Verted their places into small fortresses. It 1m was of no use, however, bccause within ft1 throe weeks after the notice expired they ,, were-both found dead one morning, and there was no clew as to who had commit­ ted the crime On account of the competition In bank In# and the growth of banking relations between this country and China, the bank­ ing business of the Six Companies began to fall off very seriously ten years ago and has kept steadily decreasing ever since. While the Chinese are very good local bankers, they are very poor foreign bank ere, aud in this way they have been unable to compete with such powerful eastern cor porations as t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

A 4 I ft 1 tr s.: I: ve Page TT BIG SEIZURE. Game Warden Trebby Con­ fiscates Seven Saddles of Venison. •.....•: THE SHIPPER ESCAPED. Billed at Crow Wing for St. Paul and Shipped as House­ hold Goodb. Game YViirdeii Trebby made an Important neizure under the game laws Monday afternoon it Crow Wing ftatlon, but the violator of the law has HO (nr REAPED arrest. A few days ago a man drove up to the little railway Mtatlon at Crow Wing, and Htnted that he had Home boxen of household goods which ae wanted shipped to St. Paul. He gave hit) naine.ag R. Miller, and the boxes were shipped to T. Cable, St Paul. After receiving his freight receipt for th" cuiiHignuient Miller immediately orove away. AH there w»s no train lor several hours, the station agent put the boxeH iu the freight house, and in handling the boxes one of them was slightly br'.ken, revealing the fact th»t instead of contninlng house­ hold goods hey were filled with venison saddles, packed in ice and SMWdllSt. The station age...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 February 1897

irafiNMRfo,'..-''.:'' wva .• AU, HIS SUT 'tX Committee Favored Coates.but pi:: th« Vote Was 90 to 14 Against It. Thorpe's Teachers' Certificate Bill Killed in the Up­ per House. St. P&ul, The committee report was defended Judge Hicks and Representative Harts* horn, while the opposition included many leading members among them Messrs. Jacobson, Johns and Under leak. The Struck Jury Law. The honse devoted most of the after­ noon session to a discussion of H. F. U, 21r. Laybourn's bill to repeal the struck jury law, and finally recommended the measure for passage. Mr. Donnelly took occasion to remark that the law Was the result of one of the most iniquitous bits of legislation in the State and was in direct opposition to the spirit and letter of the American Jury system. Other members had the game view of the question and it found but little opposition. The only remaining bill considered Was Feig's measure (H. F. 87), to pro Tide for the greater freedom of mar­ kets lor food produc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 February 1897

&*£% K- Wi^ "*, *, If' r&" I''r^',V'" W« f' V. r* VOL. 21. on good tarms. llucoli Mr. and Mrs. Fr*d N. Dlmond, who have been staying with Mrs. Dimond's father since las: fall, were here la«t Wednesday en route for Little Falls where they reside. John Rail, front Rail Prairie, was here last Sunday. He reports his father down with la grippe.. Coasting on skis is a favorite sport with some of the smaller boys. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fiilts made a trip to Little Falls Wednesday. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of the functions. Elec­ tric Bitters is an excellent appetiser and aids digestion. Old People fliid it Jast exactly what they need. Price fift...

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. — 26 February 1897

*j, *4 4 -HJV 1 A Youug C«rt. Hamsoii has been nominated .by th« Populists us m«yor*of Chicago. 1 W' x- r=======r''' .^j, The Wisconsin supreme court has decided that, vacciu ition can iu»r be made compulsory by school ttooards. .' /'. •.. Th^ jury in the Liud lihrl snr fog irst the St-. Paul Dispatch f.iled to ngre' nfter b.ing out t\twenty-fonr hour?. Liiid will -ib' ihe case to trial again. Silver Republicans liave.issnpd an address calling a meeting at Chicago on Juno 8, next, for the jjui pose of calling a national con "volition. Each state is a^ked to .pe'id a delegate. Charles A. Towne is chairman of the provisional committee. The sort of reform that is t-d ed in affiairs municipal is reform that looks towards treating a oily goverment. precisely as 1»m»« private enterprise is treated by business men that have solved the problem of success.—Duluth News ll'iibnne. On the recommendation of th land commissioner and the forestry commissioner President Cleveland l^as issued procla...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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