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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 October 1894

Do People Make "Fan of Boston? The Boston Globe issued a circular to a number of humorists wanting to know why they made that famous city the target of so many of their bad jokes. It publishes in a late issue their replies, various and several. Mr. Philander C. Johnson, the "Shooting Stars" of the Washington Star, said mildly, "A city that runs the artistic gamut from Ralph Waldo Emer son to Jbhn L. Sullivan, and with whose inhabitants the proper pronunciation of the letter 'a' is a matter of intuition, could not be otherwise than an object of universal attention if it wished." He also explains that the element of sur­ prise is an important factor in humor. Because Boston furnishes so many ele­ ments of surprise she attracts the notice of even the newspaper joker. PercivalE. Benson, "Dexter and Sin­ ister" of the Detroit Tribune,,says that "a certain tinge of 4'When pedantry in the Bos- tonese character"- started the thing, and that the Boston jest has since become one of the staple...

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. — 12 October 1894

fiTrrriE FALLS TRANSCRIPT f,V* liY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. V: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. 1 SUBSCRIPTION*. One yaar. J*. -81xmvntiu...........~ ............... .............. jrot mouths 40 ADVERTISING RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN ADVERTISING BATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. PiofessionalOaids, 1 month fl.Wj 1 inch, one month l.w 2 inches, one months 3 Inches, one month 4 inches, one month 4.j» 5 inches, one month 10 inches,, oue month 20 inches, one month 40 incheB, one month, .....J&.uv Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year 2 inches, one year 8 Inches, one year "WW 4 inches, one yea* i».w 5 inches, one year 10 inches, one year M.w SO inches, one year 40 inches, one year Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY ANI WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards 1 inch, oue month 2 inches, one month 8 inches, onemonth 4.ft« 4 inch...

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. — 12 October 1894

fl •ni •OB PRINT1NC THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFlCt S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIHES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) T.ATBST 0?I3VrEI O-AJEttD. Two Through Trains Dally. 2:45pra :25pm 6:25pm 7:15pra 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnapila.. Ar Lv.St. Paul..Ar LiV.Dulatta..»Ar Lv. Ashland.. Ar Ar.Chloago...Lv 7:16am S:40am 'Tickets sold and baggage checked through points In the United States and Canada. Close connections made in Chicago wltn rains going East and South. n"°p to/AIA, Sundays. WARD, Agent. F. X. Goulet, of Staples, lost 500 cords of wood, some hay and tools, at his brick yard, by the recent fire, says the World. By hard fighting the fire was kept out of the town. Wood worth & Harding have such a good opinion of the people of Lit­ tle Falls that thev leave their store unlocked,, during the night, at least they did Thursday night. They have not missed anything yet. At the meeting held Thursday by the Ladies Working club o...

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. — 12 October 1894

sm P'' 1 vifs, •i & k' fj t! £. & •H'tM The Republican campaign was opened in Morrison county Wednes­ day evening by Hon. F. F. Davis, of Minneapolis. The meeting was called for 8 o'clock at the court house but before that hour arrived ©very-seat was taken and it was necessary to bring in chairs in order to seat the audience, and then the men who arrived late were obliged to stand. After a song by the Glee club, coin posed of Messrs. Gordon, Hoover, Harding and Lysne, the Harmonia band rendered a selection. Attorney A. P. Blanchard was chairman of the meeting and In a few appropriate remarks introduced Hon. F. F. Davis, the speaker of the evening. In Introducing hlin Mr. Blanchard remarked that Mr. Davl«' speech in seconding the nomination of Hon. James G. Blaine, placed him in the front rank of speakers of the present day. In his opening remarks Mr. Davis acknowledged the compliment paid him by the chairman and said that he was much Indebted to him for his flattering introd...

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. — 12 October 1894

I* wf» THE WINNERS, '»Tli© Republican Legislative Ticket as Sized up by the Brainerd Dis­ patch. The Brainerd Dispatch gives the Republican legislative ticket the fol­ lowing hearty endorsement: The ticket nominated on Wednes­ day at the Republican legislative convention is one that comn^pnds itself to the voters of the 46th dis­ trict. The effort of the gentlemen in attendance at the convention was to place before the people as candi­ dates for the state senate and lower house, gentlemen who command the respect and conndence of the people, staunch Republicans who have voted and worked for the interest of the people at all times. The conven­ tion was a harmonious gathering, all fractional fights of the past years having been lost sight of in the de­ sire for the success of the Republican party at the polls in November. W. M. Fuller, the nominee forstate senator, is not unknown to the people ol this section, huving served one term in the house from this dis­ trict, and his record is ...

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. — 12 October 1894

*uws t||Pip».?s.:i'• Would Be the Outcome of Govern­ ment Ownership of Railways. frarty Politics and the Civil Service Must Be Permanently Divorced Before the United States Tries the World Wide Failure of Running Railroads. It has been shown that the acquisition Of the railroads of the United States by the government cannot be accomplished by any means now within our knowl­ edge. It has been shown that the pol­ icy of government ownership has been very generally tried that it has been in operation in the older countries of the world through a long series of years that the most progressive coun­ tries and especially those in which the form of government is most liberal and the people enjoy the greatest freedom, are those in which railroads are wholly nnder private control And that the populist scheme of govern­ ment ownership Is borrowed from ^uro yean despotisms. It has been shown, by figures gath­ ered from the statistics of all countries in the world that the cost of operation and...

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. — 12 October 1894

4 -rr Will R. Smith, the runner, De­ feated in the Ten Mile Race. The ten mile race between Will A. Smith, of Minneapolis, and ten Lit­ tle Falls men, took place at the opera house Friday niisht and re­ sulted in a victory for the boys, much to the surprise of all. Smith was to run ten miles while the ten men ran a mile each. The opera house is a good sized one, it being twenty laps to the mile and the time made was ft follows: W. A. Smith, 57:45. Chus. Gnernon, 5:15, E. Lindsey, 5:20 Pierce, 5:20 O. Varner. 19 laps, 5:25 Paplow. 5:10 E. Hamlin, 5:15 E. Gravel, 5:20 Peter Vasaly, 5:30 P. Neuraan, 5jl0 O. Urosslaml, 5:40. The combined time of the ten was 53:25. Before the men's running race, there was a two mile race between six boys, for a silver napkin ring, It was won by Del. Batters in 12:15. Alex Van Praag, and son gave a Iieel-and-toe walking exebition. After the race Mr. Smith said it was the best team he had ever run against and that he was much sur­ prised at the result. He ...

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. — 12 October 1894

H'HNLEY TELLS Will Plain Reasons For Prosperity in '92 and Distress in '94. PEOPLE LISTEN AND LEARN Congress Revised the Tariff, While People Revised Their Views. M'KINLEY IN TH^ NORTHWEST. ST. PAUL, Oct. 8.—Another glorious Republican event was celebrated in Minnesota Saturday night, when Gov­ ernor McKiuley was greeted in this city by patriotic hosts. Ten thousand earn­ est citizens assembled in the Audi­ torium to listen and to learn. Gov­ ernor McKinley was escorted to "the mass meeting, at nine o'clock, by enormous processions of Republican clubs, brilliant in campaign uniforms and carrying significant political mot­ toes, all illumined by miles of waving torches. On rising to speak the gov­ ernor was greeted by a man in the Uni­ versity club as "Our Next President." Governor McKinley delivered the fol lowiig address: In November, 1892, a Republican na­ tional administration, able, efficient and patriotio, which had been in control of the government nearly four years, ancj at t...

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. — 19 October 1894

*«v, VOL. 23. HE DIED GAME. Oscar Martin, a Prominent Citizen of Stanton, Ky., Lynched. HE MURDERED THE SHERIFF. He Defies the Mob to the I Last—-'More Trouble Ex pected. LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 15.—At the close of the Beattyville fair Oscar Mor­ ton, a prominent citizen of Stanton in Powell county went on the warpath. Only two weeks ago Morton killed his man at Stanton and was out on $5,000 "bond to appear at the Powell circuit court. When Morton arrived at the fair he proceeded to get drunk and then went to hunt for Sheriff William Simms, who was his deadly enemy, a feud of long standing existing be­ tween the two men. Simms and Mor­ ton met pear the entrance to the fair grounds and after a few words both of them drew guns and a quick exchange of shots followed, Morton using two .guns. His first shot broke the sheriff's right arm at the elbow and John Hogg, friend of Simms, whipped out his gun and joined in the battle. When the smoke had cleared away it was found that Sheriff Simms W...

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. — 19 October 1894

a\* 1 f- te COINAGE OF SILVER. SECRETARY CARLISLE ATTEMPTS TO DECEIVE THE PUBLIC. Political Claptrap Is Not What the Peo­ ple Are Looking Por—Only Business and Employment Meet tbe PabUe Demand. A Transparent Hambng. The secretary of the treasnxy is at­ tempting to make a great virtue out of the fact that the mint is now coining silver dollars. His letter to Congress­ man Heard of Missonri on that subject is a boast which is evidently intended for the ignorant, who will not be in­ formed of the uncandid purpose in put­ ting it before the public. There could be no object in trumpet­ ing to the country the fact that silver dollars were being minted if it were not to spread abroad the idea that the Demo­ cratic party is the friend of silver and that they are increasing the volume of money by coining silver dollars. Tho truth is that the status of silver is not affected in the least by the ooinage of the bullion now owned by the govern­ ment. There are now outstanding and in circulation ...

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. — 19 October 1894

**W'f ft* A' TALE OF CRIME. Robinson Confesses to the Murder of Attorney Gibbs at Buffalo. HIS WIFE FIRED THE SHOT. Gibbs Made a Hard Struggle for His Life—The Criminal Record. CLEVELAND, Oet. 16.—Clarence Rob­ inson, the convicted burglar in the county jail here, made a confession which confirms what his wife had al­ ready told the police and removes all doubt about the murder of Montgomery Gibbs, the Buffalo attorney, in April last. When Deputy Superintendent of Police Cusack and District Attorney Benedck of Buffalo arrived here during the morning they were armed with the confession which Mrs. Robinson had made to the Buffalo police. They went at once to the £ril and were shown into the corridor where Robinson was. The prisoner was asked to tell the officers what he knew about the Gibbs murder. After two hours' questioning the pris­ oner broke down completely. Bowing his head upon his hands he began to sob. Then He Told His Story. "When we arrived in Buffalo last spring," he said,...

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. — 19 October 1894

fe': .S3K$ 'ifx- •%i 4A •Sir •W£ it j8sWc» wm iv 4 AN OCEAN GALE Widespread Disaster to Ship­ ping Interests Along the Pacific Coast. MANY VESSELS ARE WRECKED. American Ship lvanhoe, With Ail on Board, Among the Lost. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 17.—The gale which has prevailed along the North Pacific coast since Saturday last has undoubtedly caused widespread disaster to shipping interests. At least three schooners are known to be wrecked. There are grave reasons for believing that the American ship lvanhoe has been lost with all on board, and there is little doubt that the Southern Pacifio raft of 10,000 spars and piles, valued at $80,000, has been broken by the ele­ ments. The news of the next few days, it is thought, will show still greater loss. From Tacoma the schooner Nora Harkins is reported wrecked at the entrance to Orays Harbor. One sea­ man was drowned. Reports were also received here of the wreck of the schooner Portia at Stewarts Point. Her bottom was knocked out on the rocks a...

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. — 19 October 1894

W- -4 '4 .U i-v tive Page ONLY A SCARE. No Truth in Published Reports That Japs Are Invad­ ing China. HER NAVY BADLY CRIPPLED And Any Such Expedition Is Rendered Wholly Im­ possible. LONDON, Oct. 18.—The Times pub­ lishes a dispatch from Tien-Tsin saying that Japanese papers received at that place afforded negative evidence that the report circulated three weeks ago of the dispatch of any army corps from Hiroschima for the invasion of China was untrue, any such expedition being rendered impossible by the shattered condition of the Japanese fleet. Japan, perhaps, begins to reflect on the prob­ lem of the eventual extrication of her troops from Korea, where they remain on the suffrance of maritime powers, especially Russia, who is sending 11 additional ships, including three ironclads. Russia will thus have the most formidable fleet ever assembled east of Suez. News from the front is scarce. The Chinese headquarters is at Chulang Chang. General Sing "is in command, Generals Yeh and We...

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. — 19 October 1894

if Efc (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION! 0'f your 8'x muotiri ree month* ADVERTISING RATK8LOW LITTLE FALLS. MINN REPUBLICAN STATE 1ICKET. For Sovernor, KNtJTE NELSON. For Lieutenant'Governor, DAVID M. CLOUGH. For Secretary of State, ALBERT BERG. For Auditor. ROBERT 0. DUNN. For Treasurer, 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. Colllws. For Congressman—Sixth District. CHARLES A. TOWNE. E PUBLIC AN LEGISLATIVE TICKET 46th D18TRIOT For Senator. W. M. FULLER. For Representatives. A. F. FERRIS. J. D. JONES. B. F. HARTSHORN, H. R. MALLETTE. COUNTY TICKET For Auditor, VALENTINE E. AS PAR EC. For Treasurer, F. X. LAFOND. For Sheriff. H. A. RIDER. For Register of Deeds. DAVID K. HARTING. For Judge of Probate. NATHAN RICHARDSON. For County Attorney, J. H. RHODES. For County Surveyor,...

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. — 19 October 1894

Sff Ws '•W' •'%V -y $• ft*:. 'Mi OB PRINTINC THAISGBIFT JOB 0FF1G1 S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) A TEST TX3VIB3 O^JEtD- Two Through Trains Dally. 2:45pm :26pm 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:16pm LvMlnaptls..Ar I.v.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Duluth....Ar Lv.Ashland..Ar Ar.Chlcago...Lv 7:15ain 10:05am 8:40am '8:80am ll:10am 8:15am 5:00pm 4:20pm 8:40pm 10:40pm Tickets sold and baggngc checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Close connections made in Chicago with all rains going East and South. For lull Information apply to your nearest agent or /AS. C. POND, Gen. Pa»». «rd Tkt Agt, Milwaukee,Wis Passsenper Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. No. 1 Pacific Mail 8:15 P- m. No. 5 Kargo Passenger. P- m- No. 7 Dakota Express 12:07 a. m. No. 57 Staples Accommodation 8:45 p. m. No. 11 Brainerd 3:80 p. m. No. 101 Morris 8:80 a.m. EAST BOUND. No. 2 Atlantic Mail 8:05 a.m. No. 6 St. Paul Mail £15 p. in. No....

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. — 19 October 1894

|1V$& 5'V "P r^u 4 Those & -A 1 pm .v Eliii Dale. ^t County Superintendent Seal vlfited schools here Monday. A. D. Davidson, of Little Falls, was down at Elm Dale There that are better day but he found himself some as the far between pot a paying always has Not a Democratic legislative candidate in this district has dis­ appeared from the field for the last three days. "It is up to" the Pops now, and it is a guess whether they will pass out or make their ante good. marvelous Results. From abetter written by Rev. J. Gundernian, of Dimondale. Mich., we tire permitted to make this extract: -I have no hesitation is recommend­ ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist church at Rivers Junc­ tion, she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little inter­ ruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recom­ mended D...

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. — 19 October 1894

Pw«. ftl fit ijF5pv^ 'i "r,"t™^ F. W. Stevens, the supreme senti­ nel for Minnesota, was presented. These officers are making a'tour through Minnesota and will speak in all the principal cities iu the inter­ ests of the order. The county of Morrison it seems must bear all the burdens in order to make the officers of the county as easy as possible. The register of deeds is paid for recording instru­ ments left at his office to be recorded, but, nevertheless, he makes the county buy all imaginable books with printed forms at big expense to the county in order to save him the work for which he is paid. The county should not be required to pay for printed books and the regis­ ter of deeds be paid for work that he never dees. If he wants to buy printed books he should pay for them himself. All these items of ac­ commodation for the county officers coines out of the taxpayer's pocket. It is time that our officials do some­ thing for the county and not let the county do all for them. A pru...

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. — 19 October 1894

flow a) MISSOURI POLITICS. THE PEOPLE VIEW THE WORK OF CONGRESS Time* Promised In 18M Are Con­ spicuous toy Their Absence—Democratic Party Denounced Incompetent—Sugar Taxed and 'Diamonds Free. The following article is taken from the Henry County Republican of Aug. 80 and is worthy of a careful perusal by all honest thinking people, as it pre­ sents the true phase of the political sit­ uation so far as the pending issues are concerned. While local in its application, having special reference to Mr. de Armond of Missouri, the same language may be ap­ plied to the whole Democratic party, as the sentiment expressed is fitly applied to all: Our people are invited to turn out and welcome the gentleman who in 1892 asked them for their votes and confi­ dence, pledging in return a radical cnange in the management of national affairs, an increase of prosperity, an honest government and free trade. Mr. de Armond has kept his word in one particular at least. A change has been made. A wonderful ...

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. — 19 October 1894

1 1* fs GONE HOME. Mrs. John Denny Passe* Away at Green Prairie. Mil*. John Denny, of Green Prairie, died ut her home at that place, of pneumonia, Monday morning. The news was considerable of a surprise to the friends of the deceased in this city, as few knew that she was ill. Mrs. Denny was a resident of Green Prairie for over twenty-five years tvnd highly respected by all who knew her. She was a (Jnristian ady, being a member of the Baptist church. Notice of funeral later. Result of Dem-Pop Conference. The Deni-Pop conference which was held here Friday and Saturday was not much of a success as some of the leaders of the Democracy hoped for, but they managed to get one Populist—Geo. Gerritz—off the ticket, and had A. L. Cole, the Dem­ ocratic nominee, indorsed. In 'ex­ change for this the Democrats in­ dorsed the Populist candidate, A. H. Hendrickson. Their scheme was to get rid of Kleinsteiber, the Populist from Todd, and C. Oheeley, the Dem­ ocratic candidate frflm Morrison. Thos...

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. — 19 October 1894

I? Ife e:r?,v Tariff Seduction, Then More Re­ duction, rIhen Free Trade. We Had Tariff Reduction In '93, Also Business Disaster, Idle Men* and 40 Cent Wheat, and Democratic In­ competency. SHALL WE HAVE A CHANGE IN '941 The protective Bystem is the principal issue in the battle now being waged be tween the political parties all over thi country. We are just entering upon a. period of experiment with the Demr* cratio tariff bill- Through what tre­ mendous disasters and overwhelming losses the oountry has passed, rpon the basis of this law, it is not necessary here to recount. Frightful have been the sacrifices made in order that nation­ al Democracy might demonstrate its in­ capacity for industrial legislation but it is to the future we look and with the future that we have to do. The worst of it in thi* tariff agitation is that with all that we have endured, it is not yet ended. Indeed, we may say, that if the Democrats are to remain in power, or if the Populists should succeed them...

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