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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 April 1897

Wa 10 The Levee on the Lower Mis­ sissippi River at Flower Lake Gives Way. Probably One That Has Occurred In the Delta. South Dakota, Iowa and Ne braska Vfsited by Heavy I Rainfalls. MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 5.—Another No loss of life is reported, but the condition of the poorer classes through* out the flooded area is indeed critical. and Tunica report that everything pos eible is being done for these poor peo­ ple, but that funds and provisions are fast becoming exhausted. In the little city of Rosedale alone 1,200 refugees Are being cared for by the citizens. Half a hundred towns Stund in Six Feet of Witter lUB feet. At points beiow Vicksburg' the river is rising. If the levees below Vicksburg hold the great volume of water in its regular channel it will be little short of a miracle. FLOODS INCREASE. low* Umfjr Hitliifall In 8»nth Dakota, anil Nebraska. OMAHA, April 5.—Special telegrams to The Bee from points in South Da­ kota, Iowa and Nebraska bring word ot increased floods in all...

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. — 9 April 1897

The Year's Business Clo up by the old Council Monday Night. RETIRING Peterson.. MAYOR'S ADDRESS Was Read to the Council and Placed on File—Contains Some Hot Shots. The old city council met in Tegular monthly session Monday night, and completcl the business of ilie year. There were prenent Aldermen Moesr leln, Mecusker, Smith ami Carlson, abnei.t Alderman Matlileson and Martin. After the minutes of the March meeting had been read and approved the following bills were considered and nliowed: Frank A Johnson house rent to Mrs. Peterson $ J.E. Eklund, IIOIIHC rent to Mrs. SIIUKIen Li. Vasaly, house rent to Mrs. Leon Honde. Jr., O. .lohneon, flour to Mrs. Pine Tree Lumber company wood to city poor Kerrich & Moevlein, meat to city poor nil. Feb. and March M. V. Wetzel, medicine to city poor Transcript Pub. Co., ballots and printiiiK for city elec­ tion M. V. Wetzel, rent of building? for election purposec Utile Falls p»-iiiUnK com­ pany, legvil printing Marcus Maurin, supplies to city...

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. — 9 April 1897

Nr IP' mf,r h* If! -I- SUIT ALL apportionment Bill Meets With Objections From th« Lawmakers. pman Banking BUI Reborn mended for Passage by the Senate. (judge Abbott's Sugar Beet Bill Is Given Another Chance In the House. ST. PAUL, April 2.—The joint Keted cmo- to*ttee on reapportionment met jester iay at 6 o'c ook to pass apon the com- reapportionment bill which had en submitted to it earlier in the day. Before taking final action npou the matter an opportunity was siren ser srai senators and representatives to be heard on certain features of the bill to Which there was objection. Senator Sperry interposed vigorous objection to the new p' un by which his county— fetrele—and Dodge, formerly the twelfth and Thirteenth districts, *vould hereafter be ktiown as the Sev­ enth. Nicollet and Sib.ay counties are liod up together under the bill, and fclioir representatives objected, saying that they preferred the former plan. A number of other protests wore made and listened to, but tho commi...

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. — 16 April 1897

is is 7: IS \r lif fr1.r.\V04»V'-1'" 1 .'iV ^».*A v,^ m^ym VOL. 21. on good la^ms. rr^ KU Ofllee a Butter Block. Trade Conditions. Farmers are now busy with their spring work, seeding having begun in many localities throughout the county and the country trade con­ tinues* light. However, there was a «light improvement in last week's trading over the previous week. Wheat receipts were very light, but there is still considerable in the hands •of the farmers, which will undoubt­ edly be marketed as soon as seeding is finished. Wheat has advanced «everal cents during the week, and there were slight chnnges in other coin modifies, such as meats, the prices in nearly all kinds having ad­ vanced a little. The following is the corrected price list: Wheat—No. 1 hard. 61u No. i, Northern 60c Mo. 2, 67 No. 8. 56c. ,n Flour, patent process, per bbl. 54.40. Straight grade, per bbl. $4.20., Bakers'per bbl 83.80. Ground teed, #12.50 per ton. •-Bran—89 Shorts—#10. Oats 18 & 20 -Corn—20 @22 per ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

*w%$nwp^r*Z *v terw'« & 1 iarcfK' A. J. Whiten an h»s bjen quitted A man bearing a very close re­ semblance to A. J. Whitman, has conf used to having swindled the New York bank, on which charge Whitman was acquitted after trial. The New York legislature has appropriated$2,500,000 tor a public library building in which will to placed the Astor, Tilden aiffl Lenox foundations. It will be a magnificent institution, worthy greater New York. The 'general appropriation bill for 1897 was introduced in the senate and house Tuesday. It provides fW an appropriation of $1,896,959, for two years. It is expected that the total appropria tion for the session will be about hrflf a million dollars less thin that of the last session. PRIMARY LAW IMPROVED. A bill has been passed, and is now in the hands of the governor, which makes two important changes in the primary election law. The first amendment is that iu every case the judges shall be elected by the assembled voters, authority to appoint ...

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. — 16 April 1897

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. Default having been made In the puv- anentof thssurnof twelve and 35-10) diu- lara interest,which became first due ontUe day of December, 1896, upon a certain mortgage, duly executed and delivered toy Slias L. Henderson and Elizabeth J. Henderson, his wife, mortgagors, to the St. Paul fc Minneapolis Trust company, mortuairee, beari ig date the twenty-nrst day of November 1S92, and with a power of «ale therein contained, duly recorded In the office of the register of deeds In and for the couutv of Morrison and state or Minnesota, on the twenty-second day of November, m. at l! o'clock a. tn., in book *'N" of mortgngBM, on page fl'tt. Which Hiiid mortgage, together with the debt secured thereby, was duly assigned lv said The St. Paul 6c Minneapolis Irust company, mortgagee, to John written a^si^nment, dated the twenty flrst d'-iv of Jatuiar.y. 1893,: nd recorded in the office of said register of deedSiOnthe twenty-third day of January, 18IS, at o'clock a. m.,...

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. — 16 April 1897

Mi.XlCO' TO Dinqley Our Vr 'I Bill Objectionable to Sister Republic on the South. Tariff on Cattle Is Prohibitive, Therefore They Will Do Likewise. American Hogs and House Products Be Taxed. Packing Will CHICAGO, April 12.—The Times-Her aid Washington special says: The frs. crs of the Dingley bill are much iw ^ted iu a semi-official report from th«. City of Mexico to the effect that a re itory tariff bill is to be iutro* in the Mexican congress this w» stated that in view of'the prac tii cMiy prohibitive duty on Mexican cattitt, provided by the Dingley bill, the Mexicans will place a prohibitive duty on American hogs and packing­ house produces, which comprise one of the must important articles of export to Mexico. Last year 17,450 hogs, valued at $20 "»,y07, were sent from the United States to Mexico, and this number com­ prised almost all ot our iivo hog expor tatious. Our exportation of lard to Mexico are also large, having amounted last year to 3,440,155 pounds, valued at $20!),...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

,»V t. Missouri River at Omaha Seeking Its Bed of Twenty Years Ago. Should the Threatened Disas­ ter Occur the Loss Will Be Immense. Possibility That East Omaha May Become a Part of Iowa State. 1 East Omaha and North Omaha are flooded by the waters that are rushing from the Missouri river and the resi­ dents ar^ Fleeing for Their leaving their possessions behind. Tbo Louses are standing in the flood, sub­ merged from one to five feet deep. Fields of grain and fences disappear beneath the water and the trees no longer show any trunks. Cutoff lake is coming up rapidly, and may soon overflow, sweeping down through the upper railroad yards and extensive factory plants in the north bottoms. Should the river complete the cut off it has threatened, East Omaha, with extensive factory plants, including the great Carter white lead works, will be moved into Iowa, and the $3,000,000 bridge of the East Omaha Terminal company will be left across a slough, while the thousands of dollars -expended ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

5\ ft' lV, S^V1 A« HIM RSFEAB&'u ifTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT IIV THE TKANBCRIPT PUB. (TO. PUBLiMUXll EVKRV PBlUtY. mi SUBSCRIPTIONS Das year.. ».... .............. Ill mouths................... These montba. j*f A VKHT1MNU RATK8 bOW UTHJC PAULS, The St. Paul Dispatch has issued a handsome, illustrated Easter edition. The Bed river flood has reached Winnipeg and much damage is anticipated. John Wannamaker declines to become a candidate for state treasurer of Pennsylvania. The Waseca Chautauqua this year will be held from July 6 to 23. Many leading educators of the United States are expected to be present. Governor Clough sent a special message to the legislature Wednes dpv which opened anew the Hastings-Anoka embroglio. It. urged the appropriation of the sum of $100,000 for the inimt-diat erection of a fourth insane asylum at Anoka, where a site has already been purchased for the state. President McKiuley on Wednes day sent a special message to con gnssr urging provision for a suit a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

§$$$•. "•K I fcw "-Us l.V 1 •-1 J• l" l" M"'. "."v K«, W :35s? fe Pi* -1 O I N I TK IHAHWi: alio US'-'* iUy,: IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NkN* material tkophhoiix. HEAT, CHEAP AX1) KAPII». A Mull wun born lu Mr. «»ul All'* Geo. Borley. Friday. C. W. Wootl worth ».f!n'H some lireat burguiiiH In rlbboi-s. Miss Jennie Hessel, of lliMininl. I* spending, Irer vacation with frU»nds In this city. J.J. Moore, of St. Paul is em ployed an Jewler-in fi. Vilwili'V jewelry store. A court of the Catholic Order of Foresters was iinstituted at Rice Saturday night. I^Use the LOUR Distance Tele­ phone to Minnesota, North and South Dakota cities and towns. Marcus Muuriu, of Cold Springs, arrived in the city last Friday, to look orer his mercantile Interests here. Kiessrs. K. I*. Meyer. Y. R. Parks and Geo. King, of Melrose, weiv visit* lute Little Fulls friends Wednesday. Miss Selimi A. Olander, of Morris, has accepted position as type­ writer in the. office of Klioiies & Staples. A union Good Fridav ser...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

7 a sir- C5" QC £^AX. OvOG£. A Friend of Grant Will Minhal the Great iiraut Parade.' JTrtHng could be more fitting or ap­ propriate than that the muu selected as grand marshal of the great parade in connection with the dedication of the Grant mausoleum in New York should bo General Grenvilie M. Dodge. In war and iu pe.w Geiicral Dodge was Grant's trusted friend. Darin? the Vicksburg campaign, wlieu the protection of the exposed flank cf Grant's army was of the utmost importance, it was Major General Dodge whom lie put on guard. Many tira^s Genual Grunt spoke of his valor and tru^ worthiness, and when he retired to private life and settled down in New York city General Dodge be­ came one of bis meet intimate friends. After the death of the grent soldier and statesman General Dodge became one of the most active of all those who sought to honor the' memory of the departed hero. tie was mode Vice president of the Grant Monument association and presi­ dent of the Grant Birthday associati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

A Letter Worth Reading. 1MII wwing. Free. tittle Lalls Manufacturers aud Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. am prepared to «1« all work ii my line promptly and iii first-class style. have tor sale a large stock Injectors, lubricators, Fit­ tings. Oil Cups, etc. Pillsbury Academy Prepares for any American College. Vocal and Instrumental Musie costs but $40 more. Principal's certificate admits to State University and other colleges. Send for Catalogue. JAMES W. FORD, Pricipal, Owatonna. Minn. THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Independent for 49 years has been the leading religious-literary newspuper 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 integrrity of our currency, the supremacy law, and the rights ot poor and rich al...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

if) ik' It. J* urnm* »'$ Kleotrie Matcliee. tin.* luuy he hi BSVIOH V" ,f out ci a iiii^tuiuoi oyster shells and clink die ground iNot Last interesting Is a prthcriciil iimt-eh—a little ball of wood pulp, covend with phosphorous composi­ tion. In using it a holder is required, in­ asmuch as there is uo stick, the ignited woou pulp burning slowly until witoily consumed, liius mieve is no residue of Kick uud uhar to bo disposed of, and liiiitchca oi this kiijd ba\e the further ad­ vantage tluit tijey are clienp and can be l.acLtu in very sr...11 compass, like pills.— Boston Transmi t. I'eCii^tlon. J860 in Phil dclphia. v. here I:c was argu ing before tne supreme court, I eiieve, what wus known as the W heeling bridge capo. I kc he vas in great poverty' when he ceased to be secretary of war, and tnut he borrowed this money, and it was paid batk afteiv ard.. Ji.iuts I.. Claghorn 'and the Union league of Philadelphia soon (iter Mr. Stanton's death raised a fund of $100,000 for his family...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 April 1897

1 *1 th si '1 -& .' -H ,-•"€/•: ,f 3! IT WAS A LOVE FEAST. Warring Aldermen Moegloln and Martin Make up at Last Night's Meeting. COUNCIL ID EXECUTIVE. SESSION. Lane Elected President, Adams City Attorney—one Other Change Made. In controHt with tlie meeting of the city council last Ttvnday evenin* WHH the meeting of tlp»t body lield last flight: At Tuesdays meeting it was -biff, tianic, from IIIB, utoriuy opening mull the HennatlOhHl flnlHli, when the three aldermen walked out and prevented further proceeding by not leaving a quorum. Lam night all was peace and harmony— a veritable love feant, lii which both Aldermen Martin and Moeglein, who could not Hay enough derogatory to the council record of each other at the former meeting, expressed deep regret that ni'minderstanding Auy had occurred. This will in all prob­ ability end Li. F. Schleuseuer's con­ tent for Moeglein'b Heat. When the councllmen had all as­ sembled, the work of organizing was begun by Kelectiiig Alderman Moeg l...

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. — 16 April 1897

$UVXfc£lltfe iifaui^.ta^i'ii'?:A'.: .VJ«M» 1T1 'i, mm ®S8 £?rpTr W .»- Jfl^ 12 m' Pi ,p! I IL $ 1 N "J r, House Substitutes Their Own Reapportionment Bill and Passes It. 8wiate Non-Concurs and Ap­ points a Committee to Fix Differences. 8heehan Charter Bills Pass the Senate by Practically the Same Votes. fir. PAUL, April 9.—Although the hoar vu set for 10:80 a. in., it was S :W in the a! ternoon when Chairman XVrriB of the house reapportionment committee appeared on the fl or armed w:th the reapportionment bil. He ex* 'plumed thut the hoaso measure had in ©ro Bed tbe representation in the With no unnecessary delay the bill as passed was sent buck to the senate, 'Where 11 was t.keu up, and in a trice word Ctiino (hut there was no inline d.uie possibility of concurrence in the •bouse amendments. The senate usked for co.iiei diioo, and Speaker onus name Messrs. Ferris, Staples, Smith and JacoLson to represent the house. in he house the committee ou insane ho.,jnUUs submittod majority an...

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. — 23 April 1897

VOL. 21. on good tarms. AND-- ST. PAUL and DULUTH ft. R. ..IN Morrm and Crow Wing Coontios FOR SALE, At. Company's Prices, from $2 to $6 On Ten Year's Time. Prices on particular pieces quoted and any nformation desired furnished to intend­ ing: purchasers. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cant MONEY TO LOAN DONAT TRETTEL, Office In Biiitler Blocks Little Falls, Minn. Scopdia Valley Items. -If 1 One halt of Chas. Nelson's granary was blirwn down on the evening of the 21st but by the exertions of the genial proprietor, assisted by Messrs Harry Waters and Chas. Swunson Jr., it was speedily repaired. Harry Water* was driven to Lin coin by Mr. Nelson during "the darkest," where he took the pleasure of a ride to Minneapolis on the blind via the 2:37. Seeding? Well we are doing a few. An Invitation affair was enjoyed very much at Mr. Bartholmew's last Saturday. We ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

WF'T?' |N If ^6, *-J 1 'Of 1 3 I fa Tho senate will vote on the titration trmtyon May 5. CI1A'K *r- The Minnesota legislature ad­ journed W ednosday at noon* day again elect president p^O *aoeof the foro the supreme court. against the Dawsons, feanlkers, of St. Paul, one for embezzlement and the other for receiving funds, knowing their bank was insolvent. Both gave bail. During this month sixteen ves­ sels have discharged sugar at Phildelphia from foreign ports, chiefly from Get many, and most all of tho 48,000 tons brought bv these vessels is been sugar., which Wr can produce in this country just readily as it can be produced in Germany. At other ports the receipts of beet sugar have been large al«o. This country can grow all the sugar it consumes if the farmers will take What Il« Thinks Ho Knows Abont TMa Gay Old World. Sonic folks lire like lrogs—they can't sing for crocking. Lot's wife prabiibly wouldn't have looked back if Lot hudn't kept hollering at lii?r not to. Some mon tel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the pay­ ment of the sum of twelve and dol Uw interest* which became due on the nret day of December, 1990, upon certain mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Silas L. Henderson and Elizabeth J. Henderson, hi« wife, mortgagors, to the 8t. Paul «fe Minneapolis Trust company, mortgagee, bear! ig dute the twenty-first day of November 1892, and with power of sale therein contained, duly recordeT in the office of the register of deeds in and for the eountv of Morrison and state of Minnesota, on the twenty-second day of November, IStr', at 11 o'clock n. in., in book •"N" of inortKaKes, on page 6tt. Which sa}d mortgage-, together with the debt secured thereby, was duly assigned by said The St. Paul & Minneapolis Trust company, mortgagee, to John Merz by 'written assignment, dated the twenty first day of January, 1893, nd recorded in the pmce of said register of deeds^on the twenty-third dav of January* 1893, at 8 o'clock a. in.,...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

Tliu Pe rovians l»nvo discon­ tinued the irco coimigoof silver. TIip Iown legislature has passed a !:w ptrraitting the mauufaefcuro of intoxicatiiuf liquors in that The boundary dispute between bet-n selected as arbitrator. involve York's area will be 360 m, !w Til.. ln f. mil's, and its population 011 J»nu-| but the largest vt&sei our govo nl v:ilm Oil lures. The total assessed valu property in the city will be morel tlia 11 §2,000,000,000. The annual biiilget will amount to $60,000,000. 'Tli'.- combined indebtedness will a $ 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 re will b.- a capacity for 550 miles of] •wharfage. There will be 130,000 buildings used as dwellings, 37,000 in us in po*es, 1,100 churches, 1,100 hotels, 350 public schools, 6,500 acres-of parks, a civil list approaching the size of a moderate army. It will ve a school population of450,000. Irs meicantile and manufacturing ii terebts will lie chiefly along its hsirbor frontage. Its artisans will One satisfaction in gfrtaf Scott's Emulsi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

FAIL OF DAMASI Important Turkish Town Cap­ tured by Greeks and the Torch Applied. Fall Preceded by a Desperate Battle Between the Con­ tending Forces. Road to Elassona Now Open and the Greeks Intend to Push Forward. Outlook for "the Immediate Future Is Favorable to George's Men. ATHENS, April 21.—News has just reached here that the Greeks, after a desperate battle, have captured and horned Dainasi. Viglia is still resist* ing. Another division of the Greek troops, it is reported, has traversed the Beveni pass aud captured three block­ houses. This division has almost reached Damasi, where it will effect a union with the force that captured the town. The 20,000 troops under Gen­ eral Sxnolenitz displayed the greatest bravery. Beveni lies 12 miles north­ west of Larissa. Edhem Pasha, with a force variously estimated at from 10,000 to 14,000 troops, led seven as­ saults against it, but all were repulsed by the Greeks. Crown Prince Constantino has tele­ graphed here that the Turks at th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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