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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 June 1897

,»V '•'J J1: Theives stole a ten-room house in Sb.' Paul last week, Hut the owner has found part of it.' The factory inspector of Pennsyl­ vania ports *one hundred thous and more men at work in that state thau a year ago. Some of the protection senators from the prairie states want tr^e lumber, and free traders from the southern lumber states want a duty on lumber. Schlatter, the "divine healer," who attract so much attention in the West a couple of years ago, has died in Mexico. He was fast­ ing, and went so long without food that he starved to death. During May the national debt was reduced about $600,000. The receipts were several million dol­ lars more than in May, 1896, ow­ ing solely to the increased im­ portations of goods upon which the tariff bill proposes to increase the duty. Duluth .Tribune: The head­ quarters of the silver Republican organization will be established in Duluth June 12, according to latest reports. The national com­ mittee will be permanently or­ ganized ...

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. — 11 June 1897

POT A TAX ON COTTON Important Amendment to the Tariff Bill Is Adopted in the Senate. For the First Time on Record the Southern Product Is Protected Change In the Sugar Schedule Agreed on in Republican Caucus. WASHINGTON, Jane 9.—By the de­ cisive vote of 42 to Id the senate adopted •n amendment to the tariff bill placing raw cotton, the great product of the 8onth, on the dutiable list at 20 per cent ad valorem. It is the first time in the history of tariff legislation that a duty on cotton has been incorporated in a bill. The amendment was proposed by Mr. Baoon (Dem., 6a,), on his individual responsibility and without the approval of the finanoe committee, which thus far' has been requisite to the success of every amendment except a minor one which went through by default. The Republicans voted solidly for the amend­ ment. Messrs. Allen, Butler, Heitfeld and Stewart, Populists, voted for it, also Messrs. Cannon and Mantle, silver Re­ publicans, and the following Democrats: Bacon, Cl...

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. — 11 June 1897

:n Si KV^ Sr IIP 4' XL ST I 9i"$L* af^P* it#? Mv 111 Ft' ME HMD AT WOIK. Mv —.y^v ^f. Committees Are Busy Arrang­ ing for the Reception of «#ri Visiting Firemen. w£ ClTIZfiRS HEARTILY CQ-OPERATIIG. The Work of Decorating Be gun This Morning by the Committee. The various committees In charge of the work of preparing lor the re­ ception and entertainment of the visiting delegates at the annual meeting of the Minnesota State Fire­ men's association, which opens In this city next Tuesday, are, hard at work, and are receiving the heartv co-operation of thecitiseus in general, with the result that the progress so far made Indicates that every feature will be a success. The business men generally have not only shown a desire to see that the fuests are properly entertained, but have also shown that they are anxious that the city shall present the best, possible appearance. To this end store fronts are being paint­ ed and a general cleaning up work done. vy'.: Of course, none of the committe...

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. — 11 June 1897

ft & |H fc'l e' «J, Lrr t'»5p fa} NOTICE OP MORTGAGE FORECLOS­ URE SALE. Whereas default hoe been made by the non-payment of 972.42 interest, of $102 de­ linquent stock payment*, of $86.10 prerni JM"!®',IM0 tines, of $3.40 to contingent 'UI*djf fifty cents certificate fee, in the conaiHnn»of that certain mortgage for MS, dated the JMth day of January, 18M, duly made, executed and delivered by Georgia V. coll and Van Coil, her hus­ band, as mortgagors, to the Continental pavings Loan and Building company,' mortgagee, whicli mortgage with the power of sale therein contained was duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds in and for the county of'Morrison, Minnesota, on the 6th day of Februarv, if?*, in book "W" of mortgages, on page 4H. And whereas Bald mortgage provides that if default be made in uny of the pro­ visions thereof the whole sum thereby secured shall become due and payable at once, and on account of said default of said mortgagor in the non-payment of the af...

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. — 11 June 1897

»r( fin P1 I psf'WTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PPB. CO. PUBLISHED EVER* FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION'* On* year Bis month* Tbree ... $1 50 75 .... 40 AOVEBTIBING RATES LOW. LITTLE KALL8, MINN MILLERS AT CHICAGO. Che National AMOclatton Hold* Ito Aa* nuat Meeting. CHICAGO, Jtuie 10.—The Millers' Na­ tional association, which has members In 22 states and represents a daily out­ put of 90,000 barrels a day, held its an­ nual meeting here with a fair attend­ ance. Retiring President O. A. Pillsbury of Minneapolis, in his opening address, said that through the efforts of the ex­ ecutive committee bolting cloth had been pat on the free list of the new tariff bill, and it was hoped to have restored the drawback on burlaps. The chief work* however, he said, was in the di­ rection at having the tariff measure give the principle of reciprocity the recognition it deserved. Re said that through reciprocity the United States could advance its trade with foreign countries, and the floating tr...

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. — 11 June 1897

JOB PRINTING THE TRASSliHIPT JOB OFFlGk IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT/CHEAP AND RAPID, P. 11. Neumau shipped a carload of cattle and hogs to St. Paul today. The Royalton Banner unnouuces the deatb of the freak horse in Two Rivers. A special term of the district court (or Morrison county will be held in July, beginning ou the 20th. The repairs on the Roy alt on bridge over the Mississippi are so far com­ pleted that teams are crossing. I®"Always in season. Hopkins' Steumed Hominy (Hulled Corn). Ele­ gant lunch in milk. Qt. can, 10c. The class of '97 of the Minnesota university numbered 307. They re­ ceived their diplomas Thursday. The St. Cloud Union band, which has been defupct for several mouths, will probably be reorganized soon. John J. Ahern, of St. Taul, travel­ ing auditor for the Ha nam Brewing company, was in the city yesterday. Lemeu Brothers' circus will be here on June 24. BUI posting in this city and the surrounding towns is now in progress. The work ...

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. — 11 June 1897

4 p.i »V/x' "jr: Tijc Plan for & TMiuoontlnMititl Line Brunghl to a SuooeMdful lssne. I CHICAGO, June 7.—A transcontinental railroad from tidewater to tidewater ia the gigantic ontoipi'iEC which was set in motion when $80,000 was paid at Spring­ field for the incorporation of a company with a capital stock of $30,000,000. Tho Baltimore and Ohio, tho Wisconsin Cen­ tral, the Chicago and Northern Pacific, and the Ncrthfcru Pacific systems flguro in the great undertaking. By aconsol­ idation of these, their branches and con- I subject, but ri'*' Ik the WOODMEN WILL BUILD. •evunty-flve Thoiisnnd Dollars Voted For Quarter* at Kock Inland. DUBUQUE, la., June 7.—Head camp of the Modem Woodmen did not adjourn until midnight, the night session being devoted to the closing up of business of tho week's national convention. Be­ sides concluding revision of the laws of the order and installation of officers, the convention voted $75,000 for the erection of headquarters building at Rock Islan...

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. — 11 June 1897

?T' HERBOH HESIBHED. A. Simonet was Appointed hl6 Successor by the Council Monday Evening. MATH. BLAKE WAS A CANDIDATE. Sidewalk Resolutions Passed and Other Business Transacted. An adjourned session of the city council was held Monday evening. All members were present. Before the meeting was called to order the council and M. M. Williams of the Water Power company bad discussion over the ownership of some scrapers. The scrapers, which have been used by the city, Mr Williams claims, belongs to the Water Power company, but the street commissioner and some mem bers of the council were under ths impression that they belonged to the city. The city records show that in November, 1887. the city paid the freight on three scrapersfrom Minne­ apolis, which were sent here by a contractor who intended to do some work here for the city, but before he could get around .to do the work be failed, And the scrapers were never called for. Mr. Williams claimed that scrapers were purchased by the Water...

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. — 11 June 1897

Am a j- ?, v/tyt Ifi Tribune representative was strolling •bout town the other day, looking up items of news, he dropped into Fezcr'a drug store. This, that and other medicines were talked of and their curative qualities analyzed, so far lay in their power. The cura­ tive powers of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were talked of, when Mr. Fulkner. a clerk ia the •tore, mentioned that Mrs. Joseph Moore was firm believer in their eflicacy Pursuing Mn quest, the Tribune mun paid Mrs Moore visit the next day. Among the many good people residing in Greeley, Colorado, 'Squire Moore and his amiable wife are the best known and the most respected The'Squire is carryinjr his aeventysix years as sturdily as many men who havq not yet rounded their sixtieth mile post, and his wife, Ann, is a fitting compau ion, one of those pleasant laced, agreeable ladies, who make you feel poricctly at home when in their company This happy couple were born in the same neighborhood, or the West Riding, ot York, England...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 June 1897

u- I •••m~ A' A Stitch is Little Lallsjron Works MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. I am prepared to do all work ir my line promptly anil in first-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. Second-hand Engines ant' Boilers always on band. John Dennis, Proprietor. JOB jpftirmnG Kt Tbe Transcript Office. A New Meat Market. The Farrow building on Second street, which has been recently repaired, is now ready for occuaucy and on Mondav morning Alex Cofleld opened a meat market there. Alex Cofiald is the proprie­ tor of the new business enterprise, and his brother, C. W. Cofleld, well known to all the residents of this city, will be the business manager. Both gentlemen have had years of experience in this line, and will con­ duct a strictly first-class meat market, keeping on hand at all times everything tbe market affords in their line. C. W. Cofleld will have charge of the salesroom, and th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 June 1897

V» *-x *K fir It ll if felfs ft 'it-- BP?" ,*« i- fr "4 if 4 I* If** fr'"' "5,, V*, POSH THE IB CASE State Department Not Dis posed TO Let the Matter Drop This Time. Will Be Held in Abeyance, I However, Until the Pres­ ident's Return. Day in the Senate Devoted to Talk and the Tariff Bill Suffers. WASHINGTON, June 10.—The Lee re­ port upon the Ruiz case, which has at­ tracted so much attention, was brought to the department by Mr. Fishback and delivered to Judge Cay. The report it­ self was thoroughly discussed by the three officials. All that could be gath­ ered from them as to the future action ef the department in the matter was that it would be held in abeyance until the return of President McKinley from Ibis Nashville trip. It is recalled in this connection that the Ruiz case does not stand alone at the state department, for, although the conditions in that were moio aggravated, the department has had complaint and seeks reparation in other cases involving tho Confinement at Ame...

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. — 18 June 1897

VOL 21. FIBEMEW'S COHVEHTIOH Welcoming Speeches Made to the Visiting Flremen^-Large Attendance. Committies oil Credentials Report Tuesday Evening Before Adjournment. THE ATTEKDMCE LARGE AS USUAL. Topics Were Discussed Wednesday—Officers' Reports Read. The Firemen's State convention was called to order at 2 o'clock Tues­ day afternoon at the court nouse by C. N. La Fond, president of the state association. There Were njore dele­ gates present than tisuaUy appear at •the first session of the state conven­ tions.' Mayor Tanner introduced Hon. 0. B. Buckinan, who welcomed the firemen in the name of the citi­ zens of the city. F. W. Lyon, of the Little Falls fire department, then extended a firemen* welcome to the delegates and visiting firemen. He Assured the visitors that the people and firemen of the city were very anxious to entertain them so as to make the visit pleasant to all con­ cerned. He said they were welcome to the city and Its contents, and if they saw anything they wanted,...

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. — 18 June 1897

&?' f' i* & ga Lw m& W Duluth has another proposition from the bondholders of the water works company to sell the proper­ ty to the city. The city is now constructing another plant and the two could be used together. Nptwithstandiug the continued decrease in value, the production of silver increased largely in 1896 in the United States. The coinage value (about double the bnllion value) was $76,000,000. The sugar schedule is giving the senate more trouble than any other part of the tariff bill, but it is evident that whatever' program the Republicau caucus finally decides by a majority vote to favor will pass the senate. The director of me mint reports the gold production of the United States for 1896 at $53,088,000. This is about $6,500,000 more than for 1895. Over half is mined in California and Colorado—the former being slightly in the lead. A few days ago there was an interesting discussion between Democratic senators on their party's position on the tariff ques­ tio...

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. — 18 June 1897

(First publication, May 28th, 1807.) (Last publication, July 9th, 18OT.) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS­ URE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Default has been made In the pay atha that artgage. executed and delivered by Peter Trxebiatowskl and Maria Trzebia towski, his wife, mortgagors, to The Amer­ ican Freehold-Land Hortgake Company, of London, (Limited), of London, Eng- VI «4UMUVUl MIUIll'CU/f VI* JWUIIUUIIf land, mortgagee,-dated the 28th day of July, 1892, and with a power of sale duly recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Morrison county, Minnesota, on the 30th day of July, 1892, at II o'clock "m. Said a.^m. In book "T" of mortgages, page 550 providing among if the mortgagors mortgage other things, that should fail to pay any of the money,either principal or interest, when the same be­ came due, or to conform to or comply with any of the conditions or agreements in said mortgage contained, the whole sum of money Therein secured, might, at the option of the mortgagee or its assigns,...

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. — 18 June 1897

if Si,.,.. 1 jt4 }w. fe, Minneapolis is still trying to convict a ooodle alderman, and an­ other trial is in progress. Gen. Miles will be allowed a place in theqnefen's jubilee parade. The United States is said to be greatly honored. 1 Many troops are now being shipped from Cuba to Spain. If Uncle Sara doesn't be good Spain may send some to the United States. The sultan of Tu key still insists that he should keep Thessaly in order to insure that district a good government. He has got nerve to perpetrate that kind of a joke oil the European nations. Charley Towne has established national silver headquarters at Duluth, and will soon start for California, where he will make speeches with Bryan. The cost of taking a bushel of wheat from a bin in a Duluth el eyator to the hold of an ocean steamer at the Atlantic coast is now only six and one-half cents, or scarcely half what it was five or six years ago. Th6 action of several leading Democratic senators has made it practically impossible...

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. — 18 June 1897

fe-. tj i't -I M' Siir* |i* l?'f' A P£.t I 1 ISK'fct--: 8b'"'7 llk' «yt «a Draft of the Hawaiian Treaty in the President's Hands for Pinal Review. Will Go to the Senate Imme­ diately and Prompt 'Ac­ tion Is Expected. House Will Also Get a Chance to Express an Opinion on the Question. WASHINGTON, June 16.—The proposed Hawaiian treaty of annexation was not signed during the afternoon as had bfeen expected. The document itself had been prepared and everything was in readiness, when it was taken again to the White House for the president's final inspection and review. Secretary Sherman remained at the department later than is his custom in order to re­ ceive the Hawaiians, bat at 4 o'clock the attempt to secure the signature of the treaty was abandoned for the day. This may delay the submission of the treaty to the senate for a day or two, but the delay in any case will not be material. At the cabinet meeting, in the oourse of the discussion of the treaty, it was decided that its penden...

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. — 18 June 1897

»ft 'i »S1 w. 6 LITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. OO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! DM year..... Six month* Tbree LITTLE FALLS, .. »1 60 ... 75 ... 40 AOTKBTISING RATES LOW. MINN PERSONRL8. G. I. MfNmr.returned from a trip to Duluth yesterday. Bliss Jo Hayes, of Rellevue. is visit­ ing friendH In the clt.v. Mrs. W. H. Buskirk came down from Verndale Saturday. Mrs. Wn». E. Lee. of Lous: Prairie, to visiting friends in this city. F. E. Cawley went to Minneapolis yesterday morning on business. Attorney A. P. Blanchanl went to 8t. Paul WedneHday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. Tuckcr, of Ft Hipley, were in the city yesterday. Miss Ida McCauley returned Wednesday evening from St. Paul. E. B. Merriman and Tom Gunson, of Staples, were in the city Monday. Miss Ella Pedlev returned Saturday from a visit with her sister at Ft. Ripley. Mrs. W. H. Reynold*, of Anoka, Is In the city visiting her sister, Mrs. P. F. Hosch. R. R. Wise, of Bralnerd. was a visitor in the city for a...

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. — 18 June 1897

JOB PRINTING THE THANSURIPT JOB 0FF1C1 IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Everybody will be here to see the bis show June 24. Brainerd bus placed the license fee for circuses at $200. Rajah, the largest elephant in the world, will be here Jane 24. The largest elephant in captivity will be here Thursday June 24. Lemen Brothers' Shows have been all over the world. See theui here June 24. There will be an immense' gather­ ing to see Lemen Brothers' shows here uue 24. H. H. Poole has been appointed postmaster at Crow Wing, in place of W. H. Everest, resigned. Lemen Brothers are said to have the beet show on earth, and will ex­ hibit at Little Falls June 24. Shipments from this point are now larger than for sometime, from 25 to 30 cars going out each day. The confidence of the people in Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to its un­ equalled record of wonderful cured. Ralph Nichols returned Saturday from Minneapolis, where he has been attending theNorth Side high...

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. — 18 June 1897

•iiii tW pt & twt, L,: $ $ 7 IN CORTES' TRACK. CAPTURE OF VERA CRUZ- BY AMERICAN ARMY IN 1847. THI General Scott's Hint D©11 Stroke on Mex­ ican Soil—Tlit Fortified Pasta Takes After- Short Slec*—Gallant Deed* tbe Ntvy Fifty Years Ago. [Copyright, 18»7. by American Press Also elation. Book rights reserved.] OOTT carried the war into thi heart' of Mexicd iu 1847 by strik- I iug for the capi­ tal city. He took the route fol­ lowed by tbe great Spanish conqueror Cor­ tes. The contest for tbe right of way began at tbe very outset, fox the Mexicans bad taken advantage of all natural features to defend them­ selves against invasion. Vera Cruz was a walled town, and the harbor was guarded by tbe strong castle of San Jaan de Ulloa, which stood on an island half a mile from shore. All the de­ fenses were in charge of skillful artil­ lerists imported from Germany. San Juan de Ulloa \va« four sided, bus tioned work, armed with 128 guns and manned by over 1,000 soldiers. Before attempting t...

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. — 18 June 1897

& \,\ i' I i&-M ffPS mJBH* VStPd O £7, Wf Jft 1 on your machine and see if there isn't better results try it for mending and see if it doesn't stand the wear and tear better any you ever used. It's stronger than linen better rtia^ yilk for ordinary use. Ask the dealer for it. Bend cents ud rewire six .pool, of *"^«y wto^r M^r, t^thM four bobbins for your machlnt, rtftdjr wound, tod an Initrating boo* on Little Lallsjron Works. MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STBAI ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to do all vrork ir my line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors* Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. W Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. CHARGED WITH FORGERY. Gilbert Selby, alias Oscar John­ son, Who Passed a Forged Check, is Caught. Some time during the first part of last December two men, one known as "Tamarack Tom" or Tom Mar­ tin, and the other giving the name of Oscar Johnson, entered the cloth­ i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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