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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 September 1894

./ party. DEMOCRATS HAVE CLOSED THEIR OFFICI AL ^CAREER -i vj Big® neithef Jfe ab^^. it. Itykft "•.? And This Year's Political Bat­ tle Will JExplode the People's Party, another Similar Move­ ments Have Beeri ^ru^hed by the Loy 9.1* Populism Saw High Water Mark in 1892. The Populists, on the other hand, are very active, very aggressive, and pre­ tend to be very hopeful. But they are\ not half as dangerous as they seem. Populism saw its high water mark in the election of 1892. It may and doubt­ less will carry more congressional dis­ tricts this year than then, because there) is 110 national ticket in the' field, "and the Ame&ja&'people are fond of experir menting/ But it \yill not gain, control of any new states!, $hd its isf th^l'emo^js ep^tfe up 1 lik up 1 foi thsfc '^nty of Pl^% pafW) eiipugh, tAoi wijtfihareTti Foi* more -than'1 \j' f' American Peo­ ple, Who Becomes Weary of ther:New Anarchy This year ls"political -T battle will put an end to the career of th£t body of o...

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. — 7 September 1894

6 O 1TTI.E FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT FTJB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION* S UH/ULTIRI uwiiilih «i«V,'KKTIKINU RATES LOW. LITTLK FALLS. MINN AJWEKTISIXG RATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessional Cai l», I month jfll.uO 1 inch, one month 1.50 2 inches, one month 2.75 3 iiii-ht's, one month 3.50 4 inches, one month, 4.2.") 5 inches, one month, 5.00 10 inches, one month,. K.50 20 inches, one month, 15.00 40 inches, one month 25.00 Keadinj? notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. W i:K UA NSC R1PT. Professional Cards, per y'l* $5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one.vear 10.50 3 niches, one year 15.00 4 inches, one vea/ IS.00 5 inches, one year* 21.00 10 inches, one year 36.00 Si3 inches, on a year 60.00 40 inches, jne year 100.00 Reading Notice**, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, K? per line each insertion. DAILY ANI) WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards $1.25 1 inch, one month 1.75 2 inch**", one month 3*25 8 inches, ...

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. — 7 September 1894

IOB PRINTING THE TMSliRIPT JOB OFFiCi S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The pulp mill was shut down for about six hpurs Finlav morning owing to the breaking of a pump. The one-year-old child of the Mr. and Mrs. lien Belanger, of this city, who died Wednesday was buiied Thuidaj afternoon. Charles Keller, of e\v Ulm, will soon open a shop in Little Falls, for repairing all kinds of furs. He is now at the American house where unlets for work can be left. Hon. C. R. Buckman came in Thursday from Hillman brook where he had been superintending the work of repairing dams oil that stream. He also has a crew up there making hay. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar­ tin Richardson, born on Monday, Aug 27, was christened Thursday in the Catholic church by Rev. A. La niothe. He was named Harry Na­ than. The ease of Annie Stewart was called Thursday afternoon in justice court and dismissed, although the witnesses were present. Another warrant was issued and she wa...

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. — 7 September 1894

8 The 01V Off Not as Bad as Re­ ported. .w Yiivt of the .froyisio^ a iuM Clo tiring Forwarded to Otliei* Stricken Sections,'/.TL' •. fr-T-he^oinmit tee who went over the cut-off Wednesday with the provis-1 ions and clothing donated by t'hej people of''this city found the con dition.of a [fairs much better than Ay as.reported. Several families had 1/jst Uieir livinei-i, household goods and clothing at Pushing and Curtis, but nearly all of them had been cared fOr in some way. Many of them had wages due from the mill men' and' were supplied with what they needed, aiid as there was longer employment for them after the mills were, destroyed .they $£ once left. In less than half a dozm\ qases was, a,ny help needed/ and.i^ was,supplied in abundance. None Mf the settlers in the farming district liatl suffered so as to bring destitu­ tion, but many had lost hay, fencing and stock. The coipmittee had nearly a car load of goof's for the needy, and after supplying the wants along the cut-off th...

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. — 7 September 1894

l£\V 1 I •& fr8 Council Proceedings. The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held on Tues­ day evening. Those present were Alderman, Butler, Turner, Wright and Moeglein. Absent Alderman Mahan, Hoffman and Harding. Upon motion duly seconded and carried, Aid. Moeglein was elected president protein. The minutes of meetings of August 7th and 13th were read and upon motion approved. The following bills were allowed: Gross, goods to Mrs. Lendeen Gross, goods to Mrs. Dugas Gross, goods to Mrs. John Bortka Gross, goods to Mrs. A Frair Gross, goods to Mrs, Baker Gross, goods to Mrs. Syer Gross, goods to Mrs. Syer Gross, goods to Mrs. Artinan Gross, goods to Mrs. Art man Gross, goods to Mrs. Artinan Gross, goods to Mrs. Root Gross, goods to Mrs. Rooc Gross, ^-oods to Mrs. Root Gross, goods to Mrs. Root Pine Tree Lumber Co. lumber by Billetein N E Stanton, work on city hall N E Stanton, foreman. & Co W .Jones work on lire alarm room W .Jones 150 feet hose on repairs on chem...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 September 1894

ITS A STRAIGHT Minnesota Democrats Meet at Gt. Paul and For Auditor— Name a State Ticket. UNANIMOUS AGAINST FUSION, General George L. Becker Chosen for Governor by Acclamation. LUDVVIG GETS SECOND PLACE. Text of the Platform and Bi­ ography of the Stand­ ard Bearer. MINNESOTA DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor— GEORGE L. BECKEF. For Lieutenant Governor— An Attack on Bierman. Mr. Doran was called upon the plat­ form to answer a direct charge made by C. J. Buell to the effect that the Doran crowd and J. J. Hill had sought to cor­ rupt State Auditor Bierman, and in doing so Mr. Doran gave Buell the lie direct and made a strong attack on Bierman, urging his friends to support John D. Kynaston and declaring that Mr. Bierman had at the head of his office A Discredited Republican in the person of one William Mulcahy. Friends of Mr. Doran joined in the at­ tack on Bierman, but upon a ballot being taken Bierman was renomin­ ated, both Ramsey and Hennepin coun­ ties voting for him under the unit...

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. — 7 September 1894

On the Seventh Ballot Thomas Bailey is Nom­ inated for Sheriff toy the Democrats. The Convention then Ad­ journs tor Half an Hour to Celebrate Bailey's Victory. Ellen becker and Meyers Nominated by Acclama tion for their Old Places. Morrison county Democracy as­ sembled at the court house Monday morning to elect delegates to state, congressional and legislative con­ vention, and name a county ticket. A bitter tight at theca ucuses brought a fv"\v new tn MI to the' front as dele­ gates, but most of the old, familiar faces weiv there. .John Stumpf, of Kich Prairi»\ a^ain l»-»d the delega­ tion f!**tji that baeUbi»ne of Demo­ cracy. Mark Kobe \v is up from Kovalton with both votes. Henry Kasicot led the interests of the French. W. .1. ttuliiviiin from Swan ville and C. W. McMillan, of Motley, cW & FRANK ELLENBECKER. Democratic Candidate lor Auditor. were there as usual. Ohas. Gedney, of Green Prairie, Frank Kupka, of Elm Dale, and Cheeley, of Morrill, are always due at Democratic c...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 September 1894

TARIFF ye :r, And1 flbre SFEBEES. REPUBLICANS EXCLUDED FROM COM­ MITTEE MEETINGS. The T?ill Is I'ifiiisf Considered la Secret by the ieu3o-r:its—E?£'it Southerners Have the Molo Responsibility of Framing Tariff Lav. .—An Unrirooeclented Pi'oce.edinc. The fact thr.t the south is in-the sad­ dle iin in tho politics of this country was iif'V more clearly illustrated than by the liKi^cup of the committee of con­ ference: whieh 5 now framing the tariff bill. CoiiRiv.'-rf has been in session prac­ tically paralyzing the industries of the country by threats of Democratic tariff reform, which' means tariff de­ struction, and now the result of that year's labor is being revised and rear­ ranged to suit eight southern Demo­ crats, who huvG locked themselves in a room in Washington to determine, with­ out reference to anybody or anybody's wishes, what shall go into the tariff bill offered for final consideration by house and senate. To be sure, only seven of these eight men hail from southern ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

*'^K if a©rr~- TFR*' *4*" •TOJJ MANY PRESENT Grand Army Veterans in Com­ plete Possession "of Pittsburg. OLD TiMES BEING REVIVED. The Decorations and Display of Patriotism Never Outdone. PITTSBURG, Sept. 10.—Comrades and friends have been flocking into Pitts­ burg all day, taking complete posses­ sion of the city. It is estimated that on the opening day of the 28th national encampment at least 200,000 visitors are here, and further arrivals will doable the number. The universal comment of the visitors regarding the decorations and display of patriotism is that at no time in the past at an encampment has Pittsburg been outdone. The display is lavish, and in I the majority of cases neat and tasty. As the different visiting posts arrive they are met. IV escorts detailed from the local regiments cf the national guard and With Flying: Colors and Bands Playing are taken to the places assigned them, cheered to the echo by the throngs on the sidewalks. The work of the citi­ zens' committee,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

NEED *M •ggip WHAT IS MOST NECESSARY. Are All Worthy People hut Unable to Re-Establish Themselves. SE. PJUDE*Sept 11.—The state relief toy Governor Nelson people in the fire been cared for at SOME GOOD RESULTS OF THE FIRE. land Cleared of Brush and Dead Trees, Saving Tears of Hard Work. HINCKLEY* Minn., Sept. 11.—The ter­ rible forest fires which devastated the north end of Pine county, leaving death and destruction in their wake, were not altogether "a curse. The area burned over is approximately 16 miles wide and 30 miles long, and therefore contains 480 square miles, or 220,800 acres. To dear this amount of land of trees and, underbrush by the slow^ process of the" husbandman would be an almost in­ terminable task. Yet the fire did in a few hours the work of years, and did it in an effectual though terrible manner. Memorial Services For the Dead. PiNE CITY,Minn., Sept. 11.—Memorial services for the Hinckley dead were held in the opera house Sunday evening. The address was by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

S I4 •. rii &3 A Monster Parade *vi MARCHING VETS At 10:30 o'clock the parade started from the historic Monongahela House, on the banks of the river lrom which it takes its name. First came Company A, Second battalion, Naval Reserves, guard of, honor to Commander-in-Chief Adams. Then followed the departments of the G. A. ft. It May Be Their Last March. This was probably the last time the veterans will turn out in such force, as it is seriously contemplated by the G. A. R. officials that in view of the ad­ vancing age and infirmities of the mem­ bers, to abandon this most attractive feature of the national encampment. Therefore they proposed to make the last parade a success, and tramped over the two miles of route with the same determination that characterized them when they marched against the South­ ern armies. Governor Pattison of Pennsylvania, ^with his staff and a number of notable men and women from all parts of the .country, occupied the reviewing stand in the Allegheny p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

JF*" &' 1 'i •r. I RV *JFV FIRS AT RANDALL. *io So Bad As Reported Wednesday But Bad Cnougli, The fire at Randall Wednesday af­ ternoon was not so bad as reported, but it caused the people of that town to make preparations to leave that locality. The fire started on ihe west side of the track and about a mile soutli tf Kandall. The heavy wind soou carried it to the railroad right of way and it jumped the one feet of clear space with very little trouble. At the point where it jumped the track a road had been •cut, and the dry brush and timber made excellent food for the flames. It went up the road like a hurricane and it was then the section crew un­ der S. Eide saw they were powerless and sent to town for help. The fire was now across the river from the town and it followed up the bank of the stream and did Kandall is now almost safe for this year, having been burned around on three sides, and the only danger ap­ prehended is from the west and to get in from that side the fire w...

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. — 14 September 1894

i? |fs «},«*• &•&.••, Ife 0i 6 t' PV v£*A •lie* ''I HTM FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB..'CO. PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION*. One year. Slxmuntnd T^ree months. *•••••.«•••••••••• AUGUST F. KOERNER. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, DARIUS F. REESE. For Attorney General, W. H. CHILDS. For Chief Justice of Supreme Court, C. M. START. For Associate Justice of Supreme Court, L. W. Collins. For Congressman—Sixth District. CHARLES A. TOWNE. ADVERTISING RATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessional Caids, 1 month $1.00 1 inch, one month 1.50 2 inches, one month, 2.75 3 inches, one month, 3.50 4 inches, one month, 4.25 5 inches, one month, 5.00 10 inches, oue month, 8.50 20 inches, one month, 15.00 40 inches, one month, 25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards $1.25 1 inch, one month 1.75 2 inches, one month 3'25 3 inches one month 4.50 4 incites, one month 5.25 5 inches, one month 6.00 10 i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

O- 8$ •V I ft? ,1 "4 ,'a, -i- n-t. *«?& OW' 0 tfV&'ff 1 8 V't.l\ •T'jw? r-te 2:46pro :25pm 7:15am '•rt/ W- #C 14 ih ^SA OB h$*r SS THE TRASMIPT JOB OFF® S NOW SUPPLIED WITH MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. KEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. TOCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) LATS3ST OTTIVriB OABD. Two Through Trains Daily 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:09pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMinapils..Ar Iv.St. Patil..Ar Lv.Pnlnth....Ar Lv. Ashland.. Ar Ar.Chicago...Ly Tickets Bold and baggage checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Close connections made in 'Chicago with all rains going East and Sooth. For full information apply to your nearest ftgont or JA8. C. POHD, PM». ard Gen. No. 57 8taples Accommodation No. 11 Brainerd No. 101 Morris EAST BOUND. No. 2 Atlantic Mail No. 6 St. Paul Mail No. 8 St. Paul Express No. 12 Arrives from Brainerd No. 102 arrives from Morris fops. 101,102,11,12, 5, 6, 57 and Snndavs. The "Boo Gang" gave a dance at the Firemen's hall, on the West side Saturday e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

-?.•-•• iwm t-: i|H ii "i!&5'"' C$5,00 3 5,and I *2* •amawi The Republican county convention which meets on Monday next will be the most important gathering, of that partj ip the county this year, as a county ticket will be named, and delegates selected to the legisla-V five convention. In this legislative district the Republicans confidently believe they can retain the suprem­ acy gained in the district two years ago, and hope to elect a Republican senator and four Republican repre­ sentatives. The only Republican candidate for the senatorial nomina­ tion from Morrison county is W. M. Fuller, and there are at present no announced candidates for the nomi­ nation from other parts of the dis­ trict. It will be some time before the district convention meets, and there is ample time for other candi­ dates to enter the field. In theevent that Morrison county is not given the senatorial nomination, there will be no difficulty in selecting first class material for places on the represe...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

i.Vfy I W^ l*N' IV •m- §M SHRLt WB WIN? Does ihe Republican Party fe ^Really Intend to Rescue jMLorrison County? _4-*: At the general election in 1892 there were cast for presidentiai electors in in Morrison county 3006 votes, as* follows: Democratic 1585 Republican 1135 PopulisHt .360 Prohibition 126 The Democratic was a majority of 164 over all, ami a plurality of 450 over the Republicans. The Republican# had 1135 out of 3006 votes. While it is certain that there has been an increase in Republican votes in the countv, and* a decrease in Democratic, one who is familiar with Democratic organization in the county will hardly claim that the Republicans will be strong enough this fall toJcarrv the county ticket over all opposition. It is the duty of the Republican party this fall to so shape its county ticket as to en­ courage its support not The State Fair. The State Fair, on the grounds of the State Agricultural society, mid­ way between St. Paul and Minneap­ olis, opened on Monday a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

M«U1 E? i?~t •k *. '&x V: iff to been im\^ Less excusable will the straight-out democrats of the state consider the ac­ tion of the convention in indorsing the Populist candidate for associate justice of the supreme court. If there is one place in the government to which a Populist should not be admitted under any circumstances or on any plea, it is its highest judicial tribunal. The Peo­ ple's party has no respect for law. In every state in which it has been in power it has assumed that "might makes right" as thoroughly as any des­ pot who ever lived. To put such men as this upon the bench is to say that justice shall no longer be considered, and that laws shall be interpreted ac­ cording to the personal or political in­ terests of those who administer them. Tried by this test, Judge Willis is as good a Populist as any of them. His record on the bench of Ramsey county is the record of a ranting demagogue. He has repeatedly prostituted his high office to the basest partisan ends...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

3*W gtv' .fmn •^m '-,• MM: W :V' yv ft "t* AN HISTORIC SPOT. Visit i® Paid to Pike Rapids toy Ir. Coues, tlie Historian. No Doubt of Being the Place Vlfliere Pilce Wintered ":'H•"• in ISOS. Dr. Elliott Coues, of Washington, D. C., who is chiefly known bv his works on ornithology, maminology, natural philosophy, etc., was in the city for several flays, having just re­ turned from the headwaters of the ississippi. He went I'rom Grand pidstoLake Itasca in a canoe, and has with him the paddle he used in steering. The Doctor, of course, thinks Oapt. Williard Glazier the greatest faker who ever imposed on the American public, and who suc­ ceeded in having hln maps adopted by historical societies and the public schools and colleges. Lake Glazier is nowhere near the source of the Mississippi, and as the Doctor says Glazier must have intended his pretensions as a huge joke. He says that rhe Itasca basin is full of springs and it would be hard to tell which one is the source. He says he found...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 September 1894

1 vWM*"'' It#*: ate P^v tfg£r «•*!_• REPUBLICAN EYENT. St. Paul Business Men Entc/ tain Minnesota Editors and Friends. Speeches by Congressman "Dolliver and Senator* C. K. Davis. Editors Co on a Lake Trip to Buffalo on the Steamer Northwest. ST. PAUL, ,Sept. 7.—The wisdom of organizing the Minnesota Republican Press Association was fully justified, if it needed justification, by the success­ ful meeting of that body in this city Thursday. There were over 75 members of the Association present, and they were most royally entertained by the business men of St. Paul. A business meeting was held at 11 o'clock in the morning and another for general com­ parison of notes, at 5 p. m. At this latter meeting there were present Tams Bixby, chairman of the Eepublican state central committee, and Congressmen Tawney and Mc Cleary, who addressed the journalists, giving many valuable suggestions about work in this campaign. evening of Pleasure and Profit. But the pleasant and profitable part of tbe...

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