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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 24 August 1894

m: U9'l Ml county i.': |f£^ •:£& i- It!'''" '$•?- I* '•Y It must stjplke the aveiage taxpay­ er of Morrison eonnty as strange that the levy of a 5-mill tax for county revenue (which is the highest allowed, by fglaw) will produce only about three-fifths of the money necessary to pay the county "revenue expenses. It isn't a question of the non-payment of taxes, because a 5 mill tax on the county valuation for 1892 would only raise about $16,000, while the county revenue expense for 1893 was $25,387.25. It would take a valuation of $5,000,000 taxed to full limit allowed by law for county revenue to supply the funds that our.present county officers deem necessary to administer the affairs of the county. The 5-mill tax is all that any county can levy for county revenue, and. what will suffice for other counties would for Morrison. It does seem unfortunate that the county can't be run within its ordi­ nary income, and experience in other counties shows that a 5-mill tax is sufficient ...

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. — 24 August 1894

WK V11v & ®4 t$! 10 PIECE-MEflL TftBIFF NEXT THAT DISASTROUS .POLICY NOW THREATENED. Brief Review of Two Years of Tariff Agitation, That Has Ended With Satisfaction to Nobody—Public Favor Turns From the Populist Party,' as Indicated by the Alabama Election. The political sensation of the last week, and o£ the last year for that matter, is the final agreement of both houses of congress to pass a tariff bill. It was on the 7th day of August, 1893, that congress assembled in extra session, according to proclama­ tion of the president, to begin the work for which, presumably, the Democratic party had been placed in power. Although its first energies were devoted to the re­ peal of the silver purchase act, yet the calling of the extra session enabled the organization of the house to be perfected, a speaker chosen, a code of rules adopted, and the decks cleared for action before the beginning of the regular session in De­ cember. In addition to that, the appoint­ ment at this extra se...

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. — 24 August 1894

'A'iB |j/'-v HI A •4* rkW. "f .M vm. aiS^-.T :-r? Mra. Most is v«HerfC^drcn To *r^'-V 'O* Founi 1^«1 Xhur»day cr &>i •^Vv "A Mrs. Catherine MOHS (lied at lier ,' homeori tlte West side Thursday 'night,,and from all that can belearned hcfart disease was the caupe of it. Late In the"evening the-children.- who had been praying out on the street came in and spoke to her buj: not re ceiving any answer they ran to the 7 neighbors. \. When they came in they found that the woman was dead. From the surroundings it would seem that she was just getting ready to retire when she was stricken down and fell over on the bed. .She was partly undressed and her body .was lying on the,bed while her limbs hungover the side and the feet touched the floor. Coroner Fortier was called, and after viewing the remains decided that an inquest was unnecessary and that the woman came to her death by a natural cause. The body was then taken to Harting & Son's un­ dertaking rooms and prepared for burial ...

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. — 24 August 1894

.i *"V \r .-:• I •%V V*V** BASEBALL .i1. .' 4£V^«te -$v ill 1 ill? $' Uncle Nick Curbs the Eloquence of Johnny McGraw. JEKYLLS AXD HYDES. Many Players Who Are the Pink of Pro­ priety In Citizens' Clothes Allow Their Tempers to Fairly Run Away With Them When They Are In Uniform. President Young of the National league recently wrote a letter to John McGraw, the great little third baseman of the Bal­ timore baseball team. It was not a letter of congratulation, but in its pages Undo Kick served McJGraw with a warning. The young man's uncontrollable temper on the field has marred what otherwise is a most promising career. His intense desiro to win made almost a madman of him while engaged in a game, and in moments of great excitement the young star, it is 'claimed, uses language toward the umpire *Arhich is calculated to make that official's foair curl. Fines and warnings from the Umpire failed to check the young man's noble rage, and then an appeal was made to the League executive. As a...

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. — 31 August 1894

Jlitsp .3k far: 'Ml" The Cyclone Along the Sea of Azov Most Terrible In Its Results. A THOUSAND PERSONS DEAD. Fear Expressed For the Safety of a Number of Ameri­ can Tourists. ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 27.—Awind oi •death. No other name can describe the cyclone that swept across the sea of Azov Saturday. It will be impossible lor days yet to compute the damage done, but it is almost certain that at least 1,000 persons have perished—some "by drowning, others by being crushed under falling houses and trees. The ex­ citement is great among the American colony in this city for it is feared that at least two parties of American tourists "were on the sea of Azov at the time the wind did its deadly work. All the aft­ ernoon there has been A Stream of Callers at she office of the American minister, asking for news from Odessa, whence the tourists were to have started on the regulation sightseeing trip across the Crimea, visiting Sebastopol, Balaklava and other famous battle scenes. The wind was ...

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. — 31 August 1894

V, /.::" I it*. oELh-COSDEMSED PARTY a- AtS ARE IN PREDICAMENT. After the Famous Tariff render They Realize the Ex­ tent of Their Misdoing, But Repentance Would Be in Vain Some Facts About Mortgages o& Farm and City Property. The demoralization of the Democratic party has grown, since the passage of the tariff bill, like the violence of a con­ valescent's relapse. The week since the House surrendered to 'the Senate, after passing its pop-gun billg for effect, with­ out any hope that they would ever become a law, has seen the Democratic representa­ tives and senators scattered far and wide. They did not wait to see whether the president intended to sign the bill, veto it, or let it become a law without his signa­ ture. They stood not upon the order ot going, but they went and most of them are Engaged in a desperate struggle to ex­ plain to their constituents just what this last year has all been about. The bill as passed basbeen condemned even more unsparingly by the Democrats th...

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. — 31 August 1894

.** *y, $*•* •I 'li:. 7£ :'Z% fv ML l. :Mrn•• 1 j?*I President Cleveland Tells Why |4e Could Not Sign the Tariff Bfll. ITS MANY INCONSISTENCIES. Free Raw Materials the Foun­ dation of AH Logical Tar iff'Reform. WASHINGTON, Aug. 28.—The presi­ dent has sent the following letter to Representative Catchings of Mississippi, "Who consented to its publication in view of its public character and importance: MY DEAB SIR—Since the conversa­ tion I had with you and Mr. Clark of Alabama a few days ago in regard to' my action upon the tariff bill now be­ fore me, I have given the subject fur­ ther and most serious consideration. The result is, I am more settled than €ver in the determination to allow the bill to become a law without my signa­ ture. When the formulation of legislation which it was hoped would embody Democratic ideas of tariff reform was lately entered upon by congress, noth­ ing was further from my anticipation than a result which I could not promptly and enthusiastically endors...

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. — 31 August 1894

nfj.^SP'4 &£*«= if4*- 1%: r^V 'V W&V vS ,V 'iU' I 'I I *i K: &!$ -m wms KNIGHTS IN LINE j-!' .,— Fifteen Thousand Pythiansof the Uniform Rank Parade If in Washington THE SIGHT A BRILLIANT ONE. Procession Reviewed |y Pres­ ident Cleveland—Conven­ tion Doings. WASHINGTON, Aug. 29.-—The feature of the Pythian encampment was the grand parade of the uniform rank. Fif­ teen thousand knights were in line, marching by state brigades, and the procession was more than two hours passing the presidential reviewing stand. Pennsylvania avenue was crowded with more than 100,000 people, a large proportion of them visitors from out of the city. The president reviewed the proces­ sion from a small stand erected on the curbing just in front of the White House. A few minutes after 4 o'clock he emerged from the executive mansion in company with Colonel Klao, chief of staff, representing the Knights of Pythias, and Colonel Wilson, United States Engineers. The president's ap­ pearance was Gree...

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. — 31 August 1894

ft i*" Si *$S SA *p Mrs. J. S. msv|. 4*#*' 3y£%?r, ISK^V w- V.S IP ^'I" **1 !y§ l|fe W* /*«l»£i' '$ Si'v't:' r- '•%$$:'•••' P--4 I $ 4^- S k1. Randall. Leon Houde and Judge Simmons Falls liere Satuiv jy represented Little aeS a. sota atfd northern Iowa. S. P. Casey, candidate for clerk of court, was interesting his Demo­ cratic friends here Monday. School in district 35 commences next Monday with Miss Grace Hill, of Little Falls, as teacher. Mrs. Langmade had one of litr hands cut quite badly with gla*s Irom a window falling Saturday. Mrs. Josie Morrill has been en­ gaged to teach the fall term of school near Ft. Ripley, where she taught last spring. Thei "crop of candidates is now ripe and the voters will reap a big harvest of cigars and well, what will you have? The state loan to school district .73 has been granted and bids will soon be advertised for building the new school house. Some parties were in town Sun­ day looking over the grounds with a viewjof putting in a general sto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 31 August 1894

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 31 August 1894

rMff $. W W1:'- Vl^ ,* w/i-f llws^pr-^ '•$il• Vhr 7:15am No. No. No. \'y is'- t* tjfis JOB PRINTING JTt TBiMMsJOIpOFFffi 'FEPL'-§ NOW SUPPLIED WITH NESV IL%:LLSLRTA|MA.,RERIAI,'TROUGHOUT., •, •-'.•• -. —=S $$*, 4IEAT, CHEAP AND RAPII. 2:45pra :26pm rglt'rW^^\ WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co^ Lessee.) T. A.otes'J? m^rks OARD Two Through Trains Daily. 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMinapcla..Ar Lv.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Dtilnth....Ar Lv. Ashland..Ar Ar.Chicago,.. Lv Tickets aold and baggage checked through to, points in the United Stales and Canada. Close connections made in Chicago with all rains going Easjb and South. For lull information apply to 1 Pacific Mail ••••••••••••••••••ft* 5 Fargo Passenger 7 Dakota Express No. 57 Staples Accommodation. No. 11 Bramerd No. 101 Morris EAST BOUND. No. 2 Atlantic Mail 8:05 a. m. NO. 6 St. Paul Mail •. 2.15 p. ia. No. 8 St. Paul Express?. 2:10 a. m. No. 12 Arrives from Brainerd 8:10 a. m. No. 102 arrives from Morris, 1:45 p. m....

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. — 31 August 1894

iU' if i:k -f^- Sjc d'' fl' "f"" a vff i~ fa ral 2&{t. ife r&?w- P4 AI$PK jtBOBuu*e» Ernest Keller spent a S Milo Young:, of Royal ton*, .19 ni /the city on business today. ft Sunday with 5% F. H. Ahlstrandfmadi% business trip to Brainerd Friday. Rev. and Mrs. A A. Joss returned from Birch Lake Friday. Miss Grace Iten, of Detroit, is the guest of Mrs. J. Wetzel. A. L. Cole, of Motley, was in the city on busiuess Saturday* Chas. Dakin, of Royalton, was in the city on business Friday. YVillard Gorman, of Montevideo, is in the city visiting friends. John Wise, Jr., of Pierz, was in the city on business {Saturday. 0. W. Wood worth, of "The Fair," is at St. Paul purchasing goods. William Munn and family, of Ran­ dall, will move to Benton county. A son was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doonar of this city. Miss Etta Moelchert wept to St. Cloud on the afternoon train Satur­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goulet went to Minneapolis on the afternoon train. Geo. Swindell, of Green Prairi...

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. — 31 August 1894

5S$PsiKS 8^ ":W ^r^7 rm ii'i|. n^y1#^ jfeVj-ViCf-i''•».•» Air'. rv--y $%*•**" Jf.r-.V jiffac-: "ji" •N. ^-'1:1 fefS' p- er nothing v-' %t lf§¥ L, H# "Iffr ti &&-•. BKSite, is 'i •nii, 1 MP *$j$ffassurance contractor, commenced the work of erecting the new school building in Staples' addition and also an addi­ tion to the Colombia building in the First ward. JThe contract price for both buildings was $11,146, and they were to be completed by August 25. He completed the work last Satur­ day night and they appear to be first class structures in every partic­ ular. The building in Staples* addi­ tion is a two story structure of solid brick, having two rooms of 23x30 feet in size on each floor, also halls 11x38 feet. Most of the finishing is in pine, but the stairs, railing, front and vestibule doors are of hard­ wood. The building is plastered throughout with Windsor cement, which was used in the new buildings erected two years ago and gave ex­ cellent satisfaction. A basement e...

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. — 31 August 1894

}y* Wf ffe i| ®P I? I? 10 v?HOW THE.&REAT PROBLEM SHALL rYT £M 4'One 5 ILi Mv T^i Was World's History, V\V-1 THE COUNTRY REGAIN THE PROSPERITY QF 1892?, 3*8 Slieii Factories Were nnhningf'Full Time, the Wage Bate the Highest In the and Wheat Beached the ^Dollar Mark—The Condition Today. Ill 1890 the capital of the conntiy was employed in these natural func­ tions. New industries were being add­ ed, and the great body of our people were employed. The factories and mills were running on full time. The wage rate or compensation to those who labor was the best ever paid to workmen in any period of the world^a history. No less than five of the most prominent statisticians of this country, both Dem­ ocrats and Republicans, in official pa­ pers have voiced this statement—that the wages paid in 1892 were the best wages ever paid by the United States government or in any other country in the world. The Democratic orators in 1892 were loud in their denunciation of Republican methods, clai...

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. — 31 August 1894

•^V-K I -*^k .Mi "4 ~*¥i ¥".f :v &,* frV w, I* 4.^ dp ftr-. 3 if' IS |pH[p .H |^®r| ^1 MONTHLY mm Tnc Most Successful of Xhem 1$ is Held §^:m Everything in fact found ready sale and the farmers went home well pleased. It was a great day for the merchants and all of them report good business. ear Being a Big Item. The first accident since the sewer work began happened Saturday up on Fourth St. The men had been cautioned about digging so far below the sheathing, but they grew careless, and this morning while August Brick was in the trench it began to cave in. He just had time to get out, and viewed the horrible place where he would have been had he remained a second longer. Max Alpine Goes to Wisconsin. Max Alpine, who has been boss in t&e pulp mill for a number of years, was surprised Friday night by his fel­ low workmen and presented with a gold watch and chain and charm as a token of their regard for him. It was a complete surprise to Mr. Al­ pine but he expressed^} his tha...

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. — 31 August 1894

I? m. $A mm §p$t$, rVri: I mi & rf :tfe" miy? ih? §?& Ipl' if. W'": mtr. $ m? h'-" i. .It Will Soon Make Its Second ',- Visit to America. fhlladfflphia the Great American -Cricket Center and Some of Its Prosperous Clubs*' The announcement that Lord Hawke will revisit America with his team this 1 season and again try conclnsions with the tiower of our cricketers has inAhense ly stimulated the growing interest with which the game has come to be regarded in this country. Lord Hawke's team is tan amateur one and is composed of the {following members: Lord Hawke (cap jtain), C. W. Wright, G. W. Hillyard, J. H. G. Hornby. K. MacAlpine, J. S. Rob­ inson, L. C. V. Bathurst, J. G. Mor tiaunt, C. L. de Trafford, A. J. L. Hili and C. R. Bardswell. The first five of these, including of course his lordship, came over before on the well remembered trip to our shores in 1891. That visit boomed cricket in* LORD HAWKE. {densely in America, and it was also stim­ ulated by the visit of the fam...

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 September 1894

S-«ti:v ..V v.'?^i, -Vr::^- |S£«--••••-•• v#i.-•':•• v' .' .VOL. £1 .,»/?-t^L^"T!,-T!rT^^?j'* VY* rilie HINCKLEY, Minn., Sept. 8.—Over 800 peojjle (load, five towns blotted from the face of the earth, and over $2,000,000 wortk of property destroyed—this is the recur of the fire fiend of the pine forest bet WVR'H noon and midnight Saturday in tlio counties of Pine, Mille Lacs and Chisago. The catastoplie is the most frightful that ever visited Minnesota. cyclones of St. Cloud, Rochester and New Ulni were awful at the cost of human life and property, but they were pigmy accidents alongside the terrible holocaust which has swept this fair town and miles on miles of country north, south, east and west of it. It all came so suddenly, too, that it bereft the people by the score of their reason, and they plunged like maddened cattle into The Forest Inferno of Seething. Flame. "V\ heii the sun went down but two buildings wire left standing in Hinck­ ley- -a water tank and a roundhouse— and ...

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. — 7 September 1894

2 THE BATHING SUIT. PRETTY AS A PICTURE AND EASY TO MAKE. Blohair Is a Popular Material This Season, and So Is Serge—Natty and Becoming Models Described—The Convenient Bath Robe—Head Covering:. The bathing suit can no longer be the ordinary blue flannel, without rhyme or reason, made-by-the-dozen sort of an affair. It must have style and individ­ uality about it, and good taste is as nec­ essary in its selection as in the choice of a fall gown. Yet this year's suit is easy to make. In fact, nothing is more conspicuous than the bathing suit, and NEW BATHING SUITS. ^nothing causes more comment, since watching the bathers has become the event of the day at many of the fashion­ able resorts. Mohair seems the popular material this season, as it sheds the water, so that the garments do not become as •heavy as tho flannel ones. Serge is also a favorite, as it comes in a variety of colors. One of the latest designs in bathing suits has an accordion plaited skirt. The full bodice fastens on ...

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. — 7 September 1894

HORRORGROWS Death List at Hincklev and Surrounding Towns on the Increase. WILL REACH FOUR HUNDRED, Nothing Accurate Known Un­ til a Thorough Search Is Made. WAS A CYCLONE OF FLAME. The Terrible Fire Fanned on by a Wind of Sixty Miles an Hour. DULUTH, Sept. 4.—The number of dead in the great fire is more than 300. It is probable that the real figure is nearer 400. Of these over 200 are at Hinckley. Out of all this number there are yet but 32 who can certainly be identified. At Pokegama the list numbers 50 and at Sandstone 50. Undoubtedly a large number living on farms and in out-of the-way places perished, and their bod­ ies will be found later. Every hour fresh news increases the estimates of losses of life. Many of those who have returned say it is an utter impossibility to give any guess as to the total number of deaths, nor will there be any accurate statement until parties of searchers are sent out from the railroads at intervals of every mile or two and a thorough patrol of the...

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. — 7 September 1894

LIST GROWING. 3Jumber of Dead at Hinckley and Vicinity Will Reach Five Hundred. MORE BODIES BEING FOUND. Work of Burying the Victims Going On as Rapidly as Possible. HINCKLEY, Minn., Sept. 5.—The listol dead is still increasing as more bodies are gathered up here and brought in from the territory east and north. There are known to be 463 dead in the burned district, and the bringing in oi other bodies still goes on. It is now be­ lieved that the dead will number ovei 500. The list of dead now known is a^ follows: Hinckley 278 Sandstone 61 Miller 15 Skunk Lake 31 Fokegama 20 Mora 15 Estimated as dead in the woods 50 There were 36 additional bodies brought into the Hinckley cemetery during the day from the outskirts near by. They were made a note of by the coroner and his assistants before being deposited in the burial trenches. Scenes at the Trenches. The scene at the Lutheran cemetery, on the raised ground back of where Hinckley stood, was a sight to craze stout hearts during the da...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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