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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 February 1897

I $t !gi li' 1 $ mW ft MM1 sift??' ft-- SOME GOOD STOt §tifelt»? *w Were Designed to FUI a *. t| •'. Were llMvailult^o. !*'fjV "The editor, I prmnncfc'Vsutlil.js&llaw In Ohio." "Then people will know the story is a fake." "My dear sir, do you suppose that Among all your readers there is one man, woman or child who knows the names of ill the postoiSces in the State of Ohio? If ft man residing in the eastern part of Ohio reads that item he will suppose, of course^ that Collodion is/ 6ome town over in the western side of the state, and vice versa. tt is, of course, advisable to print only that which is true, but'I ask you candidly isn't a story which cannot and will not be con­ tradicted and which will Interest your readers without in any degree corrupting them or debauching their literary" tastes just as valuable as if it were true?" "Well, here! How do you know there isn't a town of that name in Ohio?" de­ manded the editor, who was becoming in­ terested. "Because 1 always work w...

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. — 26 February 1897

,Ah, *,/ km k, A :4-a,'-^r ix j' -U' ,l E ft ••v ijK M^r' SK*!^ sin '1 The Biambel roiat engine will go down in1 the history of lnven tions side byfitfde with the Keeley 'motor. ,,_ Representatives of St. "Paul, 'Minneapolis '.a!ud Ihjluth are in consultation over a thai ter bill hut wili smtali- throe cities. Mark HaiinaV h.md is paid to ,'b«ve manipulated the deal where­ by Kyle received the votes ot the Republicans in the South Djiota It gisiatuie. The excitiijgntimea of '93 are ifg experienc -d in the present session of the Kansas legislature. The Populist majority have every­ thing their own way ignoring all parliann ntary rules. When the libel case of the^Grand Rapids editors was half heard an agreement was ffectd between the parties whereby all hostilities arc to cease, for a time, at least, and the case was dismissed. The new city treasurer-elect of Minneapolis may refuse to act as treasurer of the sinking fund com­ mittee and the library and park board, as he recit ves no c...

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. — 26 February 1897

tinues .••"•' IMS rise ['1"'" Floods Along the Ohio and Its Trib/tarles the Worst If/ Many Years. Iron Mills at Pittsburg, Under Water and Thousands of Employes Idle. Estimated Loss in the Monon gahela Valley a Million and a Half. PITTSBURG, Feb. 24.—The flood now paging here will probably equal the great flood of 1884, which measured 414 feet. It is impossible to estimate the damage the present rise is doing, but 1600,000 will be putting it mildly to Pittsburg and Allegheny alono More than 10,000 men have been made idle by the rise, as many of the mills are located on the banks of the streams. ^The water has invaded the heart of the city and flooded cellars and stopped traffic in many places, notabiy Si„i.. and Market streets, popular thoroughfares. A large part of Aiiegheny has apparently beeni blotted out and the Exposition park, where the. league ball games are played, has van- '^-g'atBrowo.riae on .he Mo* nongahela river, California, Mononga ieia City, Charterio, Port View, Me ...

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. — 26 February 1897

«mm ffs kf/^ J. 1 ^ww m\., 4.(tTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT IIIK TKAN»«»!I*T PUB. »*O. t0Bt l8HKB BVEBY FEID\Y. ^uhsch'ht.ON. :Ok«* If J® '•i8i* .iiouths ............. "6 Thr- ui'Mitba .HTI»IN« RATKh UiW* XilTi lB PALLS, ¥i MINN 1 (O North Dakota will continue the Mecca for nominated coup­ les. the bill for a change in .he Di ToiCelaw bemj? defeated in the seuntu bv on« vote. Minneapolis is still without a city treasurer. Tlie treasurer elect, Joseph H. Thompson, re­ signed btCHuse the council refused \o pr »vide a thiid assistant. The United States senate was enlivened Wednesday by a brief cUish of words between Senators Vil is and Nelson over the bill ex­ tending the time of completing the Puluth-Superior bridge. Li Hung Chans is soon to be coin an honorary member of Gettysburg post, G. A. R., St. J»aul. A letter has just been re­ ceived accepting the honor which was tendered him last fall by the post. The probl.m of giving names to Ii diaius is one that has long vexed the govermeiit at W...

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. — 26 February 1897

8* SK '"af '«^X. «s»: i( $ W _jOB PRINTING .Tot .ttiitSuttli'l' dun IS M»W vSCl'i'LIEl) WITH i\EW Vi.Vl'liRIAL I UOIUiUOUT. NIOVI, CHiSAP A N if ItAPH* ivi• (MI, tin-' li.vinoi.s' vviil open a wok's »it tin- opera liuu.—' I'^tMoiniu). •Will. (.ijtlloil, St rioil'l tl'H Vt»iill({ niM'. Uik jtit-1 in It* rit» $1(M 0« front on uncle in Si*o I UMI, Fred Stewtiil. «f iltt- Went sld«v is announced itH it eniidiilnte for nlder niiiii of the Third wnnl. If you want a loan en our fm in call on E. \DAM8. Little Fulls. Mis P. H"M'II \\*'II to St. Paul yesterday to pun-hitse Iter spring stock of millinery goods. A tiutrrluj license wiis n»sucd .vck terdny to Thouins Whiting nnd Lizzie Bukki, both t»f Pike Creek. It WHS weiit six degrees below xero at an early hour I hursday This is a record for Fed 2"». tdt Al wuy« in «t*Hson Hopkins' Stt'iiHH-fj Houiiitv Mulled.t"urn I. Kie gait lunch in uiiffc. Quran. I tie. Otto Vainer, of tlii* ctt\. lias been engimcd us mivaii."** nyeiir for the Church l-r...

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. — 26 February 1897

1 LiJJMAI Proclamations by the Presi­ dent Setting Aside Mil­ lions of Acres. Thirteen Reservations Estab lished, Most of Them in the Far West Senate and House Put in the Day Debating Appropri­ ation Bills. WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. President Cleveland celebrated the 165th anniver­ sary of tho birth of George Washing, ton by issuing 13 executive orders, far reaching in their effect. On the rec­ ommendation of Secretary Francis and forestry commission of the National Academy of Sciences the president signed and promulgated 13 proclama­ tions establishing as many additional forest reservations, containing an ag­ gregate of 21,379,840 acres. Each of the 18 proclamations are sim­ ilar in terms, except those portions giv­ ing a description of the lands affected by each. After a description of the lands set aside the proclamations ex­ cept from their force and effect all lauds which may have been, prior to| the date hereof, embraced in any legal entry and covered by any lawful filing duly of r...

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. — 26 February 1897

'4 Buckeye Pumps, WOOD AND COAL Little Lalls Iron Works. MAOHIixtRY /. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to rto all work ii iuy liue promptly and in first-class style. liavA tor sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. Secotid-hand Engines an«' Boilers alwayis 011 band. JOHN DENNIS, Pro [m et or THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Independesfc for 49 years has been the leading reiiglous-llterary newspaper of 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 pendent. Religiously It it is undenominational. Politically. It maintains the honor of the country the integrrlty of onr currency, the supremacy law, and the rights of poor and rich alike. jr Everywhere It provides instruction, entertainment/ and amusement for all the members of Intelligent honsfehdlds. Important...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 February 1897

MOBGAN'S 1 8- iii "p personal tkaits of the oaring BLUE GRASS HORSEMEN. £t th«7 Were Ho* Guerrillas, bat Agile and Plucky Tien of War—IIow They Wera Armed and Foright—A Lddert MorjroC War Over the Border. *J£t V'j- *, *Vr fOopyriRht. lSLO, by American Prern Aaao6ia tion. Boolt rights reserved.) ORGAN'S men have sometimes been recklessly and unfairly class­ ed with those guerrilla bands who waged war more in the spirit of vandals than of organized and dis­ ciplined soldiers. Meeting recently in New York a Kentuekian who rode with Morgan from the .first drumbeat to the lusc tattoo, I drew from him these & reminiscences of bis associates and com­ panions in thoso I tattles and raids alon^ •nd over the border which made, famous and to some timid minds made terrible the name of John H. Morgan. "The representative character of Mor­ gan's men us Kcntuckians and Americana is shown by the fact that the command em braced the best young men of Kentucky, many of them graduates of the highes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 February 1897

fe4) Hj -fv iV 1 I •, MORE POLANDER ROWS. Complaints Made in the Justice Court.Charging it!' .Assault.' Twn eomphiiiils were made lt fore Justice Sim Momwi.v. one by ft citizen ol Two Hi vers und lk»e otli. oy a man front t'uldruin, «»ub coiPMbiint clkui'KiUK man iiom hiH respwtixe town wUli assault, and iu both cases, the nuts were tlie ithuIi* of a dunce. Alurtiu zi-k wus tlie Two Rivers ni'in, ami li*.- bud a warrt-iii issued for Che arrest ol Tut win. 1 a»i pears that tie vera I days u«o Tulwiu Xavu a dutn-e at lilts l»oiue, hicn wuh not attended by Czek, one of his ilea rent. neigubors. 'iut win Uiduxt like tout autl wheu Czek guveu dunce lawt Saturday u.&lit TtttwiU and his Son went to Czek's boust and at­ to re a an a row. Tat win struck atOzk.but in­ stead of hitting Hip intended mark his hand came in coutuet with a null in the wall, and his hand »u» badly lacerated. 1'u twiu will be bi ought iu tor triui tou.orrow. Albert Koenig, of Culdrum, caused a warrant to be issue...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 February 1897

1* ^j r..- 1 Senators Will Then Decide the Whole Matter Is to Be Dropped. Hou»e Head Grain Rill Piogress was reported on S. F. 118, jflving the pubac examiner additional huip. REAPPORTIONMENT. the HOUM Decide* on tlin ftf» 'Trr» Report of the Powers Invest!" gation Committee Cornea Up Tuesday. 1 Debates Reapportion­ ment and Adopts Staples' Resolution. ST. PAUL, Feb. 18.—The Powers la- ST. PAUL, Feb. 20.—The plan of per bor bureau investigation occupied the mittiug tuxes to be paid semi-annually senate's attention tor. nearly the entire instead of annually, as. now, seems uoroing session and was then made a likely to become a law. The Shell bill speciul order for Tuesday next at 2:3D has already found favor in the house p. m. The debate started when the and yesterday the senate recommended aommittee filed its report of the pro-| a similar bill from its own tax com eecdings so far held and the principal mittee for passage. The senate bill bone of contention was whether the re- also r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 March 1897

11 I •T.Y« IfPi RSSitSa VOL, 21. ongoodtarms. nt •AND...... PAULand DULUTH R. R. IN. FOR SALE, At. Company's Prices, from $2 to $6 Prices on particular pieces quoted and any nformation desired furnished to intend-* ing purchasers. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cant MONEY TO LOAN The masquerade-last Friday was, well attended and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. DONA*r TRETTEL, Office in Lindbergh Block, Little Falls, Minn Martin Enke and 0/ L. Nelson made highly pleasing entertainment at the a business trip to Little Fails last Gross opera house Wednesday ev»n Friday. ing. The entertainment opened with Miss Jeannette Mansfield is visit- the wakening of the cataleptic ing Mrs. Lathrop this week. sleeper, who occupied the show win Robert Mickleo left for Sylvan lake low of I. Brown's drug store where he will do some Logging the during the afternoon. rest of the winter. Misse...

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 March 1897

1 fy- r" 4 A *g ii PresiJeu^tJlrtt u»4 Mrs. Mc KinWty stai^d-on their journey to Washington Monday night. ,. This M*»»M#poH8 Kepublican Flumbeau club will h« ad the civic dh sion of the iuaugur»l pa»»«'« on March :',r' lgium has adapted the twenty four hour-system of tinu- for iail iys, post and tuUgiuph officcsj tolinwfi.* the •i"P'«J Italy• Japan "has adopt tho gold standard, and the free silverites no longer ipoint to that couutry as an example of fixe silver prosper it Mormon'missionaries have been laboring in C'hicago suburbs since last October, and large numbr converts as Said to have bcen'inade, ra-.ny of them young girls, who will soo»'bvj taken to Salt Lake Cny. _____ New York banks now have more icll morny than sii• c1894. The United States is prepared for the t.Xjjeision of business that has so Ions? 'b»en desiied, and whieh Will comtMwith the new adminis tr tion. Four years ago this time the Democrats were telling ui* how the incoming administration would overthrow the "...

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 March 1897

rc*\'Wk y1' 1 iv0 Page ALL EOft CUBA LIBRE. BTORIESOF THE MANY BOLD PARTIES OF AMERICAN FILIBUSTERS. fliejr Began In the Dnyi of lopcc—Cqlo nel Crittenden's Sad Fat«—The DM^UI| Liberator llob Wheat—Whole»*ie Wail «MN of the Virginias Party. (Copyright, 1807, by American Press Associa­ tion. Book rights reservul.] ILIBUSTERING expeditions from the American shores to aid the cause of Cuban insurgents have fared ill from the beginning, with barely an excep­ tion. General Thomas Jordan, an ex-Confederate soldier, successful­ ly landed arms and men in 1869 to aid the Cespedee movement. He defeated theSpan iards in one battle and was appointed commander of the forces but, finding that he could not get yrms and ammunition to the island to wry on active warfare, he resigned and left Cuba to its fate. The very first Amcricnn expedition set out from New Orlcuns in 1850 to champion Che fortunes of the patriot Lopez. Lopez Was Venezuelan who had won high rank tn the service of Spain and then be...

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 March 1897

I VP Mft ^-J A' *••&* «•*. 4"^T MINOR %\h WXWl** Judge Mori ia ...will soon form llaw partnership wtib two Dulutli attorneys* H. F. Greone and Walter 'Av«irs». They will-make a strong 111. Harper's We kly for March 3 wiij contain un important revi» of the iidnuiiistration of President. Cl' Vilmrl bv th.* editor, Henry Loom is NiUn. Th- douM*-ragv illustration by W. T. Peters will give :i bird's-ye view of Washing to as it will appear on tlie occa­ sion of tlie inauguration of Presi dent-el ct McKinL y. A serious discussion of "Th A.t of Travel" has never been attempted exe pt casually in guide books or in occasional paragraphs travel articles. Lewis Moiris Iddings therefore enters on a fruit­ ful theme in his first paper on Travel by Lai in'the Maich num­ ber of Scribner's Mtigazilie. It ernbodies the mature conclusions of a nii»n who has travelled her and abroad for the same M.otives that govern most Americans—th« pursuit of hfalth and plias-'Uie. Hi-' article is full of pertin...

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 March 1897

.$m fV'1 Defective MSG ST Tlii- CAHTAL President-~Ico* Welcomed to Washington in Trua-Dom ocratic yla. Entry Made Wi'! ut Disp'ay In Accordanca W .h His Ex presstiU vV.sh. Was Entertainat Dinner by the President and Mrs. Cleveland. WASHINGTON. March 8.—The nat'onal capital shelters the outgoing uud IU CIIIUIU^ piesidents and vice president*, and preparations for the graud cere* mon.es maikiug the change of admin­ istrations go on with feverish haste and bustle. Mr. McKinley uud Mr. Hobart -were welcomed to their future home by one of those glorious, bright days, such as Washington takes pride in when in the mood. The entry of the two wu.i made with iittio ceremcny aud comparatively slight public deni- FIHATFL TS BELU Chairman of 'he Inauguration Com­ mittee. ©nstration. It had been arranged that a company of militia should receive and escort the president-elect up the avenue, but Mr. McKimey vetoed this program, so that the omy formal reception he received was the greeting of a smal...

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 March 1897

1%' t* »«E* li •Ci 'I II H'. 6 IJTILE FAILS TIUNSCMfT. I I IAU I UAWHCKIPT FC'UN., O. eUpblBHJCD UVKSV tfBimf. 1 One year....... Six months Ttirw luuutba I 1 XITlUi KALLS, th 'v" "A I- 1 *1 60 75 40 N A UW MINN "William McKinley took Iheoath oi officii at hooii Tiiuisduy, and is now the chitl extcutne of lie Umud States. KipitseiitHtivc Donnelly's bill piovidibgtor uu tdi^cationalquah ticaibn lor light ot sufimge after 1800 was not luv oi ed by tlu house. Iheru is no better way to kill a bill than to talk it to death. beVfial good njta»nn» betoie the Lai session of coiigrebs have been disposed of in thin way. btnator KeiJei hub be«.n a num bti oi the senate longer than any oihei nifciubei ot ihut bod,y, and io qUiLt piouu c»i l»is Jjoisiuoij ol what lie cans "latlur" oi ihe saiiutc. A pugiiibijc encounter belwttii H"V\it anu 'J.iiiiiiui» Was •*.Vtllcu am) by iLfc inieiitiviiti ul liitiiUii, bltb it btei VtU, l»e\ti iiifcKba, lO «.ll- JlVtli vlie clOBiiig LoUisol eoligiesb. 'Ihe new ...

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. — 5 March 1897

I V' S. ffin 'wit'cmx' jsp •JOB PRINTING TO fHiSMIPT JHB CFFiC IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGH OUT. NI5AT, CHEAP AND I?API I» A daughter was born to Mr. rind Mrs. H. B. Tuttle Saturday. The long distancetelephone Is now completed as far west as Graft on, N. •'••.•.•••• •Shoe repairing neatly and promptly executed at Herroii & pep­ per's, by J. Richard." Jesse A.Gregg, l-'n sldeiit of tlie Minneapolis' ouiuierical club, was ill the city Tuesday. Mrs F. ti Stewart entertained about forty ladies at a progressive euchre party Tuesday afternoon. John Campbell was before Justice Shaw Tuesday on a charge of drunk­ enness, and paid a fine of $1 and costs If the system is fortified ty Hood's Sarsaparilla, which nukes rich, red blood there is little danger of '•sickness. The Baptist Y. P. S. C. E. will give a dime sociableiu thechurch Tuesday evening. Marcli 1. All are invited to attend All the different fcrnis of skin troubles, from (.'happed hands to eczema and indolent ulcers ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 March 1897

3o enditure 5that row? South Carollna's Sonator vokes a Turbulent Scone In the Senate. Insinuates That Armor Plate Makers Have Paid Agents on the Floor. Personal Conflict With Sena­ tor Hawley Expected Was a Time. WASHINGTON, March A.—Senator Till­ man provoked a turbulent scene in the •ouitte during the evening when he charged that the armor plute manu­ facturers had their paid agents in that body who were robbing the govern merit. The charge was resented by Senator Hawley, whereupon Mr. Till­ man said that "thegai.ed jade winces," and it looked for a time as though a personal conflict was imminent, until Mr. Hawley was escorted to the cloak rooin. Senators Hmvley and Squire had spoken against Senator Chandler's amendment to the nuvai appropriation bill to reduce the price of armor plate to f«00 a ton and Senator Elkins had con'plained of the lack of information in the cost of armor plate, when Sena­ tor Tillman took the floor. I tiproiliiurna KFFU II| With Croud* of the government...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 March 1897

1 kis •. pw TO Cement and BumMeal, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors and Moulding, WOOD ND COAL am prepared to do all work my line promptly and in first-class style. Iiave tor sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings. Oil Cups, ete. Second-band Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOIIN DENNIS, ProjWit'Toi THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Indepmdemt for 48 years has been the leading religious-literary newspaper of the -world. It has new, distinctive and attractive features making it a FAMILY NEWSPAPER. worthy the patronage of all thinking, Intelligent people. ItB name.indicates Its character. It Is inde­ pendent. Beliglonsly it It is undenominational. Politically, it maintains the honor of the country the lutegrrity of our currency, the supremacy law, and the right* ol poor and rich alike. For Intelligent- People Everywhere It provides instruction, entertainment and •uusetnent fo|* all the members of intelligent: boaMbo|dQv b,. Import an tFeatures. It has rfslde from Its llterary...

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 March 1897

fW a?N S? 5A* tvTlif1/ ^Appropriations of the Present Congress' Will Break All Former Records. This Notwithstanding an Early Determination to Scale Expenditures. frhe President's Forest Reserve Proclamation Killed by the Senate. WASHINGTON, March 1.—Speaker ileed aud the other Republican leaders •f the house entered upon the final cession of the Fifty-fourth congress with the avowed determination that nto leg^lutiou which compelled great expenditures of public money should ibe enacted during the session. They felt compelled to adopt this- policy be eause of the condition of the treasury 8iul tlicy have generally adhered to it, Although the regular appropriation •bills for the support of the government 'have brought the total appropriations oi this congress fur beyona the $1,000, 000.000 murk, breaking- the record of former congresses. Many of the ap­ propriations were necessary to continue works authorized by other congresses. .No public buiidings haye been started Tctv this congres...

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