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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

KV & fcii 6 l.rTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. (JO. PUBMBUKD EVERY KKlDiY. Sl'&SCK'HTIONs One ,\ *l Six month* Tbrot* nioD'Si A 'VHPTIMNU BATES LOW. LIT I LB FALLS, Ingleton, one of the team, has a rec­ ord as the best second base man iu Vic­ toria, N. S. W. He is a good fielder and a first rate batter. Evers is also pood at the bat and a fast pi tchcr. He stands high as a player in South Australia. McKay is the picncer baseball mem "ber, and is a peed man all around. He is the smallest man on tbe team and one of the quickest. Smith, another South Australia man, has a record as a strong first base man. McAllister, a hard and sure hitter, will take care of third base dnring the tour. Ellis is said to be the best outfielder in Victoria, safe with his hands and •ore at the bat. Wallace is the catcher, and has estab­ lished a great name for himself. Kemp is the left handed pitr! the team, and is famous for comb'i—g great pace with deceptive curves. F. Stuckey, know...

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. — 23 April 1897

JOB PRINTING TBANMIPT JOB OFFlCt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The police uniforms. force ure out with new Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Blunchard Rave fc cinch puny Thursdiy evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. butler enter­ tained at curds Wednesday evening. John Kreb, a sound money Demo­ crat, hut* bueu appointed postmaster at Melrose. A lire started by an incrudlary at Serea, Ohio, .Monday burned tweutv two buildings. The .3 yeur-old child of Mr. and Mrs, Ads Peterson, of this city, died Wednesday night* The liquor license at Fergus Falls has been tixed at $800 and eleven saloons are expected. LOST—Adtur little child who made home happy by ita smiles. And to think, it might have been saved had the purentB only kept in the house Due Milium Cough Cure, the infalli­ ble remedy f.»r croup. L. D. BROWN. Miss May E. Donovan lins been re-eiected to a position in the Still­ water high school for the next jear. A marriage license was issued Mon­ day by the clerk of cour...

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. — 23 April 1897

8 PEOPLE OF THE DAY. The selection of General Grenville M. Dodge ne fraud marshal of the big pa trade connoctad with the dedication of Grant's monument in Now York is a grant iculiarly fitting and appropriate one. knew Dodge, in peace as well as In war, and he trusted and admired him In both. During tho Vicksburg campaign £)odge enjoyed the most confidential re­ lations with his commander. It was to Dodge that Grant trusted the protection I GENKP.AI, HOWIE. of the exposed flank of his army, and when he resigned his commission at the close of the war General Grant placed his name first on the list of major gen­ erals of volunteers, to be given the same, rank in the regular army. Of his civic achievements General Dodge is more proud, and justly so, than of his brilliant military areer. As the chief engineer and constructor of tho Pacific railroad he can well afford to rest on his laurels. Alter the war he continued to be Grant's tirm friend, and when the old hero died ho bccame ac­ ti...

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. — 23 April 1897

Is Coming! u/ff iMA/ur/C Continuous performance. Don't let the-children mis. '^Clowns, acro­ bat* and performing animals. Naturally colored, oni cartbMJ^WlU standalone. Sent postpaid to any MACHIiMtiRY .*. SHOP. address stamps. Amuses the children, and make# the mother acquainted Manufacturers ami Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINES AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to rto all work ii my lino promptly ami in first-class style. have tor sale a larjye stock Injectors, Lubricator!*, I? it tlugs. Oil Cups, etc. 16?- Second-hand Engines au« Boilers always on band. JOHN DENNIS, Pn.mrw*Toi WHY Send your Sons and Daughters to An.... Expensive School? A Complete Home ami Tuition for a year with the very beet advant ages cost $175-°° (and with strict economy even less) at Pillsbnry Academy Prepares for any American College. Vocal and Instrumental Music costs but #40 more. Principal's certificate admits to State University and other colleges. Send for Catalogue. JAMES W. FORD, Pricipal, Owatonna. Min...

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. — 23 April 1897

Hi••• Mk*: iO THE SPORTING ARENA. The HON. TOEI A. Marshall, winuo of the Urauri Anicricau iiandirap cl 18C vitb its ccti.Uv fidd of j&StJicot «re, is mayor of Kciflulmrg, Ills. Hj was the only man to kili the limit of 20 birds. In addition to capturing the hiiw!:''\»i, tho winner vm the $500 of­ fered for first prize. Nine men tied for tecouu y, with ties of 24 cscb, and divided he next ine rizes, which aggregated $1, GOG. 15, so that each man received about its ^8. The remarkable ccc.'.rrc ii of only c: n:nu out of such a big field killing i5 straight was easily explained by the shooters, who said they never saw sr^h fliers. This fact, com­ bined with a perfect hnrricane, made it almost iirnossible to bring them down. Vhilu -Marsi.uil richly deserved his victory, the general opinion was that for a nikti oi his kiiov skill he had re­ ceived lenient treatment at the bands of tbe bandictip eororuiftce, which placed him on tbe 28 ynrd mark, and then, too, be had little luck in dra...

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. — 23 April 1897

*1 1-:1 •i\ ft •fF •-•'•I 4 1 S ft I HERRON'S FAVOR. Mandamus Proceedings in the District Court Will Be Dismissed. The first round in the city treas urershlp case was had before udge Searlu of the dixtrk't court at St. Cloud Monday afternoon, und so far resulted in favor of Herron, the pres­ ent incumbent. Arguments were heard by the at­ torneys on the writ of mandamus issued by Judge Seurle last week. The writ WHS an alternative one, compelling Herron either to turn over the hooks or show cause why an order of the court should not be issued for him to do so. Attorney Blanchtird asked for dismissal of the proceedings on the ground that S.monet had not tiled an affidavit of his expenses of elec­ tion, and the motion was granted but the plaintiff was given until to. day to amend Ids complaint. It is said that J. H.Rhodes, at torney for Mr. Sinionet, will have the munda mus proceedings dismissed and will begin a new action. The following section of the state election laws relating to t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 April 1897

Omnibus Appropriation Bill Adopted in the Senate as Introduced. Motion to Make Provision fo:' an Asylum at Anoka Defeated. (House ing Bill and Other Big Measures. ST. PAUL, April 10.—The (senate de­ voted yesterday afternoon to the omui jbus appropriation bill, passing it prac­ tically as it came from the committee, excepting that certain omissioas weio Icorrected which met the approval qi1 jthe committee.. Anything that was Dot indorsed by the committee did not get throngh. Duluth, Moorhead, Anoka, Rochester and St. Peter in turn tried to break in, and then they ail tried together, bnt there were not enough of them and the bill will now jgo to the governor for his signature. Daring tho course of the debate on the bill an attempt was made to secure $25,000 for cottages at the St. Peter and Rochester insane asylums. Senator Culkin moved as a substitute to add $100,000 for a fourth hospital at Anoka. All three amendments were defeated and the bill passed with but two nega­ tive votes....

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. — 30 April 1897

$• If" V. It fe if L-fv-.'.v'.. t* VOL *21. ST. PAUL am on good tarms. Office in Butler Block. Lincoln Items. The "Chapel Car," "Glad Tidings," arrived litre Friday morning from Philbrook. Chas. Cantleberry went to Little Fulls Saturday on business. Lolyd Selby is visiting ins parents. Mr. E. A. Spohn went to Little Falls Tuesday on business and re­ turned on Wednesday. Mrs. 0. H. Rust and daughter re­ turned iron) Staples Saturday morn­ ing on the way-frelghtt Miss .Jeannette Mansfield spent Sat­ urday In Randall visiting friends. She returned on the way-freight, ac­ companied by Miss Ida Huff. Miss Carrie Rale spent Saturday iu Cushing, the guest of Miss Wilson. She returned on the midnight train, accompanied by Mr. and Miss Wil­ son. Mrs. Lathrop and Mrs. John Moe were at Little Falls last Monday on business. Contractor Evans, from Minneapo­ lis, was here Sunday looking over the grade between here and Cushing. He says the steam shovels wid prob­ ably be put on next week. Mrs. Ber...

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. — 30 April 1897

mh 'fxf T, 'V Ks if I* Notions of all kinds. Complete in Every at fe Such dress goods as we offer this sea­ son ought to attract you, they are so cheap it's hard co write up to the level of their real worth. Plaid Suiting. 500 yards new and novel in design. If you could bv them any where at twenty-fire cents per yard you could consider it a bar­ gain, We bought them cheap and we sell them at 300 Yards Genuine French Serges That usually sell at 75c per yard they are advertised in St. Paul at 59c as a bargain. We sell them here at home at (They are 52 inches wide.) We have just received over 300 yards of fine silk foulards beautiful designs for waists 22 inches wide, we sell them Ladies' Suits, Skirts and Wrappers IE CAN DRESS TOU FROM HEAD TO FOOT. 10 dozen new percale wrappers new styles sum­ mer designs What others offer yoiii at $1.25 and $1.50 we offer at 98c which is less than you pay for the ma­ terial without being made. NEW Brilliantine Skirts «"TO SELL AT We don't charge you...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 April 1897

ft I ii fl ft MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the pay­ ment of the t*um of twelve and 2»-H dol­ lar* Interest, whlcli became due o™11.1® first duy of December, 181M, upon a certain niortguge. duly executjd and dellvcreu bv Silas L. Henderson und ElUUbeth J. Henderson, wife, mortgagors, to tlu. St. Paul A Minneapolis Trust company, mortgugee, beari ijr date the twenty-first lay ot November l3#2,and with a power of safe therein contained, duly recorded in the olflce of the register of deeds in unci for the countv of Mtrr'son and stute ol Minnesota, on the twenty-second day ot November, t««. at 11 o'clock a. m„ In book •"N" of mortgages on pa^ 0i.{. Which said morisaue, together with the debt secured thereby, was duly .assigned bv Bald The St. Paul & Iinmjuptlt» 1 rust company, mortgagee, to John Mem uv •written assignment, dated the twenty first day of January, tSsM,: ud recorded in the office of said register of deeds, on the twenty-third day of January, MJ...

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. — 30 April 1897

.v fe" —f i- I The Turks are not going to Ik right into Greece on the one, two, thres order. There are some fighters in the way. Crow Wiri« ^countv has some* how found the combination, and three postmasters have i»cent)y en appointed there. G.-n. Miles, commander of the United States army, will leave for Turkey and Greece early in Aliiy, to study the war now in progress th ie. Govi Clough has signed the bill an horizing city councils and county comurssioncrs to buy vofc iiiur machines for use in general and special elections. Gov. Black, who was at first garded as merely a tool of Boss Pi tt, is now credited with de­ veloping plans to overthrow the Piatt machine in the Empire state. The Hour mill men of Duluth ha ye orjraniz a transportation company, aud will build and oper­ ate a line of steamers. Th6 boats 11 carry the Duluth flour to Buffalo. Attorney Parbox, of Wright con ity, will probably be appointed judge of the new eighteenth ju: cial district, consisting of W ight, Anoka, ...

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. — 30 April 1897

f! ate? |V fe* ^T^» IN French Pishing Vessel Foun »ders Off 1 he Coast of Newfoundland. Of the Seventy-three Men on Board Only Four So Far .. Heard From. Survivors Driven Desperate by Hunger Give Way to Cannibalism. ST. J6H$8, N. F., April 26 —The French fishing vessel Vaiilant, Cap* tain Pierra, bound from St. Malo tof Miquelou, struck an iceberg on the Grand Banks on the 16th inst., and almost immediately foundered. Sho had 73 fishermen on board and all tock to ^he boats, bat only one of those boats has thus far been heard Iroin. When it left the vessel its complement Sed t* seven men. Three of them pei« from exposure and hunger. '1 he bodies jt the first two were thrown overboard, but the survivors, in' their declaration, were given to cannibalism and ate the third. The boat wad picked up by the schooner Victoi Eugene, which has just arrived at St. Pierre. .. LOSS OF $2,000,000. Dlsastroas Firm on the Docks at Newport N«w«, V*. NEWPORT NEWS, VO., April 28. -A fire broke out in th...

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. — 30 April 1897

$.4 2" 1 .'. j&Y Th*'TBAN»CRIHT PlJH. V». ^6/. «a»,tli»»y»tEV KHIl* VV T)IIM nesota.1 *_• '0m. ,V The Winona National banks, have notified the s.tato treasurer that after May 1 they will pay but 2£|jer cent for /the use of state money. Under the law the treasurer must recieve,3 per cent, co the public money will be with­ drawn. The Republicans of Kentucky have at Inst been able to elcct a United States senator. Dr. W.J. Deboe is the name of the first Re­ publican senator from that old time bulwark of Democracy. He. was one of the leading party work­ ers of the state, and an' especially efficient organizer. The Duluth News-Tribui is authority for the statement that $400,000 has been offered for the '•Little American" gold mine, one of the first opened in the Raii»y lake gold field. Considerable gold has been taken from the mine, and a li rge amount of money expended in improvements. Thb United Suites department of agricultuie estimates that on March 1 the farmers of the coun­ try...

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. — 30 April 1897

i¥r% iP *y "V* ft it h*% JOBPRINTINC TUB miw JOB LIS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOIT'T. HIBiiT, C^EAPANDRAP1D. t. l)r. -Nlveti Muy lOand lL ,i .^Wednesday wan pay day. at the Flpfe Tree Mills 'M- 'We need rulu. Thereto Jpo rifuch real estate lo trt* at*. Landlord Mecusker is having anew y: tt^roof )pt i|ii the Hotel Buckman. /Tjhe salary. uf Game Wat den Fqller ton has beep Increased to ^2,0110 a -i-- Long Prairie ha» atlastseeritlie airship It ijooked very like a schooner. Settlers are. coming t* Morrison cbunty this spring.In nearlyas large nambers as ever before. The base hall season will open in Minneapolis Friday. The visiting club is front Kansas City. A weed in the, garden can be easily destroyed «Jien it flint starts. Consumption can -be nipped in the bud by One Minute Cough Onre. ', .. L. D. BROWN. Monday's. Dulnth Herald states that a marriage license was issued to Charles C. Brown and Charlotte A. Parrk The last ihsue «f the Alpha con­ tains an interesting letter...

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. — 30 April 1897

8% i,' 7 & Minneapolis will soon make an effort to contribute food to the ^•tawing people of Iudiu. The condition is pitrfblo there, aud eighty!million peoiilo are suffering from Want of the most absolute kind. tglund is doing muph to help the huflvrei'ss but additional ihelp is 11 -d. KEEPS our V.1KIKS Morris Sun: If th" new petfdkr bill, which allows townships to •collect a licm^e fee of not to ex­ ceed $30 in mfoiced, the peddhr will nofouly contribute'gomuthioK toward the burden of taxation imposed on those with wliofti he coinpi-tts, but the horde of fakirs who pr upon the rural conimuiii .ties will be gotten rid of. The Crtli t»f the iec.-nt floods has been discovered by the Chicago .-Times-Herald, which say*: Ig­ natius Donnelly say* that the Mississippi floods me CHU«« bv sun spots. Wo fitl confident that Mi, DoniifJIy will discover, if ho goes into the -mutter more thoroughly, that the whole trouble lias been brought about by ,the gold conspirators who perpetrated the c...

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. — 30 April 1897

That could possibly be granted by the World's Fair Commissioners, waagiven to the manu&cturers of WillimantIc*StarIlireal Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to lo all work ir my line promptly and in first-class styl6. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. Second-hand Engines am Boilers always on band. JOUN DENNIS, Proprietor my Send your Sons and Daughters to An.... Expensive School? A Complete Home and Tuition for a year with the very bestadvant ageB cost (and with strict economy even less) at Pillsbnry Academy Prepares for any American College. Vocal and Instrumental Music costB but $40 more. Principal's certificate admits to State University and other colleges. Send (or Catalogue. JAMES W. FORD, Pricipal, .Owatonua. Minn. THE INDEPENDDNT. NEW YORK. The Independe»t for 49 years has been the leading religious-literary newspaper of the world. It has ne...

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. — 30 April 1897

life m. if Hi-: il WHEN THE ICE GOES OUT |f"" What the Opening: of Lake Nav­ igation Means to the Nation. THEEE TE0USA1TD KEELS SET IEEE Iprini Arrives at tbe Strait of Mackinac .•: and Unlocks tbe Gateway to a' Great Water Illgkwajr—Fasting of tbe Suhooo •r and %nlii| of the Whaleback. "Ice broke tip last night and is going uut of the straits this mcruing beforo westerly wind. Tbe operator at tbe Lake Marine Newn^tation in Mackinac City, Miob., when he sent this nifssape over the wires the other day caused a greater sensation than did President Cleveland when iio pressed the ckctric button which started TAKING OFF THE COVKK CAP. the machinery at the World's fair. Tbe word was caught up and repeated all along the water fronts of half a dozen of tbe greatest states in the Union. Thousands of men who had been wait­ ing for this mee&agc jumped from idle­ ness to activity. Fires were lighted un­ der the boilers of hundreds of steam craft which had been held in leash all winter long,...

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. — 30 April 1897

& rr n.f 4 NO RELiemiS WORSHIP Judges Baxter and Searle Decide Against It in Schools. The Avon School Case Con­ tains Points of Local Inter&st. A Sweeping Decision Prevent­ ing Prayers in Public School Houses. Catechisms in School Houses at Any Time. A "school row" has been in prog­ ress In Avon, Stearns county, for some time, over the teaching of the Catholic catechism In the Bchool house, by Its regular teacher, after school hour*. One of the taxpayers of the district, Oliver Rasnick, ap­ plied to Judges Baxter and Searle for an injunction to prohibit such re­ ligious Instructions in the school building,and the Ju That the present teacher,who gives such instruction, suceeedtd a teacher on Jan. 12,1897, who had refused to give such instruction, and that when such instruction was not given the school attendance decreased from seventy to from sight to thirty. That under the present teucher in- given as follows: Four or five min­ utes before 9' o'clock the children were called...

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. — 30 April 1897

'U «ir "d\ ?y, 1 1 TU The Cklahcma Disaster Ac I com pan led by a Heavy Loss of Life. 4*" Exact. Figures,Not Known, but the Estimates Made Are Appalling. WALL IMMENSE 01 WATE3. Wave Eighteen Feet High Lays Waste the Entire C?na dian Valley. Everything Movable Swept Awav by the Foice of the Flood* GUTHKIE, O. T.t April x!!).—Fcr miles the Cauudiau valley is a dreary waste and her poop.e are overcast with gloom. At sunrise a mighty wail of "water from six to eight feet high and a mile wide broke upon West Guthrie Without warning, crushing houses, sweeping away property aud drowning people by tne score. Every movable thing was swept before the wave, which passed on into the valley with fesiatless force. I The most complete chaos has pre* Tailed all d«y. The efforts of rescuing parties have many cases proved in vain. Many people floated down stream bel'ore they could be reached and their fate is unknown others will I IM th« Night in Tr«C» in midstream or perched on house* tops. It is im...

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. — 7 May 1897

on good tarms. Ole Wilson had the force out on the roads today hauling sawdust and tohavings. Messrs. Nilson and G. Ecklund were in withteams to help us smooth up the roads. Amos Randall has been bere hold lng a series of meetings. Burt Cole was down from Staples several days last week. Seeding is about completed and farmers are preparing their corn ground. C. L. Nelson said that he could hardly cross the creek for bass when he came in'today.' Some of the local •potts went out to capture them, and they all proved to be suckers, (that Is, the fish.) family from Motley moved Into the house owned by W. B. Nash today. The section! crew Is peeling ties that are distributed along the road. That Is the only way the Great Northern takes them. That .looks as If Jim Hill had' control of the Northern Pacific.' Miss Sorrenson, teacher at Elm Dalejwa* visiting Misses Edna and Annie 8taples last Tnursday. Ole Paulson has not bought out C. Lund, yet- ... 1 W.THI CTtlAK BUM ilSBWlUllllSIS. Apply in...

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