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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 October 1894

I Thloves and Outlaws in Prac­ tical Control of Indian Territory. OFFICERS ARE POWERLESS. Federal Authorities Asked to Restore Order and Pro­ tect Life. WASHINGTON, Oct. 28.—The Indian office has received advices by telegraph 'from the Indian Territory giving briefly an account of the lawless condi­ tion of affairs in that section, and ask­ ing that some action be taken by the United States authorities which will restore order and protect citizens in their rights. It is stated that armed bandits are in practical control of the Territory. The Indian police are power­ less to protect the people and prevent robbery. Lawless gangs infest all sec­ tions,. Men are held up by highway­ men in broad daylight and robbed. Life and property are not secure either by day or night. The express com­ panies have refused to transport money and no other means of carrying funds have been devised. Organized Bands of Bobber#. There are three known organized gangs of desperadoes, composed of thieves thugs...

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. — 26 October 1894

.!SW?? ffi t¥ t! if? $ 5 i. u's/*Vf,S,V12 tfok 'x^'m l'u -1 T*4} .t F«M iff1, A BRITISH GALE Immense Damage Done to Shipping Along the Eng­ lish Coast. MANY 'CASUALTIES RESULT. Traffic Delayed In New York Harbor Owing to a Dense Fog. LONDON, -Oct. 22.—A flerce gale raged along the British coast Saturday and Sunday, causing many casualties. The wind was so strong and the sea so high that the-channel boats were greatly de­ layed. The Warner lightship, while being towed from Spithead to her sta­ tion, broke away from the tugboat when near New Haven and was driven shorewards. A boat was lowered .to replace the towline, but a heavy sea capsized it and four of its occupants were drowned. The lightship made leeway rapidly and was soon driven ashore. The loss to the owners of fishing vessels is larjge, many of their boats having been .destroyed. At Sunder* land, a life Inigadesman, who had vol­ unteered to assist in the rescue of the crew of hark which had been driven ashore near there, tri...

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. — 26 October 1894

LOOTED TOWNS The Cook Gang of Despera­ does on a Raid* in Indian Territory. REIGN OF TERROR EXISTS. War Department Asked to Send Troops to Quell the Trouble. LITTLE BOCK, Oct. 24.—Last night's programme in the great carnival of crime which is now holding the boards in the Indiqjp Territory, consisted of the wholesale robbery of several small towns in gennine desperado style by Bill Cook, supported by a strong com* pany of eight or ten followers. Four men rode into the town of Watovia early in the evening, heralding their approach by a promiscuous discharge of firearms. The bandits terrorized the inhabitants and most of them sought safety in their homes behind barricaded doors. The outlaws visited every store in the village and ran the merchants away With Winchesters and Revolver*. They took from the stoics all the money they could find and everything else they wanted. The Watovia postoffice was robbed of about $60 in cash and $55 in stamps. From Watovia the gang rode on to Tala, 10 ...

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. — 26 October 1894

W |{sKi SEVERE SHOCK 111 An Earthquake In California Badly Scares the ln habitants. SWARMED INTO THE STREETS. Clocks Stop, Walls Crack and Schools Are Hastily Dismissed. SAN DIEGO, Cal., Oct. 24.—This city and neighboring towns were visited during the afternoon by a series of earthquakes of more than ordinary severity. The first shock occurred at 8:08 p. m. and was followed at inter­ vals of a quarter of a minute by two others, the last being one of the strong­ est experienced here since the coming of Americans. People in brick houses swarmed into the streets, hearing the startling grind of brick and mortar and seeing in some cases the walls crack. A heavy sound was heard in all parts of the city immediately preceding the quake. Considerable consternation was caused in the public schools, the chil­ dren in some of the rooms being hastily dismissed. Clock* Were Stopped and windows and doors were shaken. The second shock was observed by few people, being very light and coming when all...

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. — 26 October 1894

t,*m :*'.v: v: •••^rPC I He Speaks of the Lessons of the Past Two Years. Talriff Tinkering Caused Busi­ ness Uncertainty Victory For the Democratic Party Means a Repetition of the Disasters of the Past Two Years. MINNEAPOLIS, Oot. 25.—Ex-Speaker Thomas B. Reed addressed a large audience at Exposition hail last night. He spoke substantially as follows: In discussing before an audience like that before me at the present time, I can­ not fail but be struck at the outset by two things—first, the inadequacy of making anything of the present state of public affairs more transparent than they are. There are certain things so plain, so clear and so convincing that it is almost impos­ sible to make them more so. If a professor of some college were to expound and at­ tempt to prove that two and two makes four he would probably leave off with a slight sense of doubt on the matter him­ self. In the next place, the extreme iu THOMAS B. REED. portanco of the election to all requires that the peop...

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. — 26 October 1894

ITTLE FALLS V* Hii m/%f *.VWU fltn ,, BY THE TRANSCBIBT PUB. CO. PDBLI8HW) EVB»"T FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTIONS One 7**r....~ IBVntfH MM.MHTMMWHM.O***" fane moniha .—•—- «......"»»•»"»•• ADV*B*«M*0 -RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS. MINN ADVERTISING RATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessionai Ca-i-ds, 1 month... 1 inch, one month 2 inches, one month,.. 8 Inches, one month, 4 Inches, one month, 6 Inches, one month, 10 Inches, oue month SO Inches, one month, 40 inches, one njonth* .fl.uo 1.50 2.75/ 3.50 4.25 5.00 8.50 .15.00 ,25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WEEKLY TRANBOB1PT. Professional Cards, per y'r .$5.00 1 inch, one year »w 2 inches, one year. low 8 inches, one year j® 4 inches, one year 5 inches, one year -l.w 10 inches, one year w.W SO inches, one year -W.uu 40 inches, one year..........—. Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line moretban one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRAMKHHPT. Profess? onal Cards _....fl.|5 1 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. — 26 October 1894

au "m lp 1111 *4. Iff'' ,&• -S,' pi' I ve Page •OB PRINTING THE TWSCBIPT JOB OFFlCi •s NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKOUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) T.ATEST TOMB 0-AJR33. Two Throng!} Trains Daily. 2:45pm ":25pm «:25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnaptls..Ar /.•.St. Paul..Ar LT.DnIuth,...Ar Lv. For tall ii 8:40am 4:20pm 8:40pm IlrlOam 8:15am 5:00pm Ashland.. Ar 7:15am Ar.Chicago...Lv 10:40pm Tickets sold and baggnge cheeked through to [ose joints in the United States and Canada, connections made in Chicago with all oE rains going East and South nformation apply to your nearest agent or JA8. C. POND, Gen. Pas*, ar Tkt. Agt, Miluiaulm.Yrla Passsenger Train Time Table. WEPT BOUlfD. No. 1 Pacific Mail 8:15 p. m. No. 5 Fargo Passenger 1:15 p. m. No. 7 Dakota Express 12:07 a. m. No. 57 Staples Accommodation 8:45 p. m. No. 11 Brainerd 8:80 p. m. No. 101 Morris 8:80 a.m. EAST BOUND. No. 2 Atlantic Mai 1 3:05 a.m. No. 6 St...

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. — 26 October 1894

1' F. hi WSrV ISS?xyff» 7»r i, V# ,h No JPersonal Plea. The Democratic county officers who are seeking a re-electiun are cohductinfif a peculiar campaign, but It must be admitted it is about the only kind they can conduct un %h»r the circumstances. The charges against them are that the men who •control county matters have made much more expense than is necessary ^n running the county. The records Xor 185)3 show that the expenses were $!lO,OQO more than the receipt*--, •and it has been reluctantly conceded .•by those who are supporting the vonrt house crowd. At first there wast) furious denial of the facts, but now the facts are admitted fobe as they have been represented in the Transcript. The explanations made by the cundlda,tes are brief, aud not such as commend themselves to the minds of thinking voters. The county auditor, in his personal explan­ ations, gives a lot of figures showing certain increases in county revenue expenses for 1893 over the sums needed the year before for ...

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. — 26 October 1894

Where, Oh! Where is It? 1 S. M. Owen tfails to Say Anything About It. Many Bepublicans and Democrats attended the speech of M. Owen Monday night in the hopes that liie leader of the Populists would tell something about what the Popu­ lists propose to do if they are given the control of the government, but all were surprised that the head of the party did not make any state­ ment whatever as to what would be done further thgm that "a tonic would be administered to the pa­ tient." He did not even go to the extent of once naming the platform on which he is running. Is it possi­ ble that a leader will not even tell the people what is intended to take place? Owen's statement that parties are blindly following their leaders without knowing where, and his admonition to them to 6o so no more would necessarily turn them from his pfcrty as defined in hie speech for he did not make one state­ ment as to what will be done aside from the administration of a "little tonic," the kiud not even bein...

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. — 26 October 1894

v, &• fi wJt ~~r ,! 'fefs'.''V'f a. W^V kV-W/ ,,, ..t .' FOR THE VOTERS. ®5f?.\",t Vrtf '1'T:TV. p|?.. .1,!^.qmctlilng of Interest to Every te'r'.'^'^JVIan Who Will Vote this I. Fall. A good deal has already been said 'on political questions and much that is said must necessarily b« a repeti­ tion of what has already been said, but in times like the piesent the people are interested in politics more than in anything else and to look the question over and over again is only becoming more familiar with the subject. The people are 011 Nov. 6 expected to select their servants for the management of both county and state affairs for two years to come and also directly and indirectly select servants to take part in the administration of national affairs. We have, therefore, before us an im portant election and the considera­ tion of the people is of the greatest Importance. The last few years have been full of experience and to a great extent the future must be fore­ cast by the past. ...

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. — 26 October 1894

if jt all ft ifcsr •r?"i .-Gi 1 I -$ :m '4 '. :M -Ms •*Kj asilraiMiMk*" mrm Jr CONFUSION. The Mixture Arranged for the Democratic and Pop­ ulist Voters in this District Will Not Go. General Dissatisfaction With the Combination Defeat is Cer­ tain. When any principles are Involved in a political contest, it is rather confusing to have a candidate at­ tempt. to appear before the Pe"Pje representing two sides of public questions. The result is usually that the candidate does not have the confidence of either side, and he cer­ tainly must be deceiving somebody when he accepts such a position in the field. The Democratic-Populist legislative ticket in this consists of Werner was Populists by the district now Hemsted, nominated who for senator and by the the Cheely Democrats and Frank C. Newton nominated Democrats for representatives. E* S. Smith and 0. A. Kleinstelber, nominated for representatives by the Populists A. H. Hendrickson, nomi­ nated by the Populists and endorsed by the Democ...

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. — 26 October 1894

f- KWJf wh |-V *1 :i ft- r*7?«T 4 4 mmummm* WANT HIM! Biermann Was a Good State Auditoi For Lumber Companies. But Bob Dunn and 'Governor Nelson Brought the Lumber Companies to Their Knees, and They Have Paid the State Thousands of Dollars, and Will Pay Thousands More —How Biermann Dis­ posed of Standing Pine. Every timber thief in the State of Min cesota, every man and every corporation that hopes in the future to get pine tim ber from the state's lands without paying for it its full market value, is honestly in favor of the election of Mr. A. Biermann as state auditor, and Mr. S. Owen ai governor. This rather remarkable condition ol things requires some explanation, and th« explanation afforded by an investigation of timber frauds in the past, and by thi evidence produced in the suits which have compelled restitution to the state forms an interesting and instructive chapter ol political history. These facts are now laid before the people of Minnesota ID their entirety for the first...

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. — 2 November 1894

*Jhi *yw ATiM -'•if Hd VOL. 23. sS: j. 1 SIXTEEN DEAD. Th^ Fire Jn the 'West Street Hotel, Seattle, Terrible in Its Results. BURNED PAST RECOGNITION. Building: but a Mere Shell of Wood With a Few Nar­ row Exits. SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 29.—As a re­ sult of the fire in the West Street hotel Saturday 16 persons are dead and sev­ eral injured. Thirteen of the victims have been identified, the others being so badly burned that recognition is im­ possible. The West Street hotel occu­ pied the upper floor of a 2-story corru­ gated iron building that covers a quar­ ter of a block of ground at Columbia and West streets, one block from the Northern Pacific depot and near thfc business center of the city. The build­ ing was a mere shell of wood covered -with iron. There were several exits to the street, but they were narrow. The hotel, being near the railroad depot and a cheap but reputable house, was much patronised by country people. The fire was undoubtedly caused by the explo­ sion of a lamp...

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. — 2 November 1894

2 PM 'u §r s.0t I What Has Been Done For the Ad Yancement ol the Farming and V, Kindred Interests of r. Jjtinnesota.^ $$- $i','' I? feKESUfcTS OF REPUBLICAN EFFORT .»«»»——* Grain Inspection Establish*!. The inspection and weighing of grain at terminal points has been under con­ trol of state authority for more than nine years. The effect of legislation during that time, and of the control of the railroad and warehouse commission,' has been to establish and maintain a fair, equitable and uniform system of inspection at the terminal points, and a careful and accurate method of weigh­ ing. This system, applicable only to the central markets, seeming to be in­ sufficient, there was enacted by the last legislature, in 1893, a law to extend the supervision and authority of the com .mission to the local markets of the state, where, as a rule, the fanner most, needs protection. Ih* Coon try Kltntor U«. Under this, known as "The Country Elevator Law," all warehouse men on the railroad right ...

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. — 2 November 1894

POLITICS BRISK Closing Days of the Campaign le the Most of Ev­ erywhere. DOTH SIDES CLAIM NEW YORK. Hill at Albany, McKiniey at Chicago and Reed at St. Louis. .NKW YORK, Oot. 80.—Notwithstand­ ing the quiet appearance of the differ­ ent political headquarters 'in thiacity daring most of the day, a great -deal of active political work was in progress, both there and outside, and there is ho dpubt that the leaders of all the organ­ izations are fully alive to the faot that only a week remains before the day of eleotion. Aii stilljexpress the utmost confidence in the success of their re­ spective tickets. So far as the city is concerned the Tammany men place great reliance'on their thorough organ­ ization,' afrd even their opponents ad­ mit that the full Tammany vote will be polled. The adherents of the Commit­ tee of Seventy ticket base their firm be­ lief in winning upon the conviction that there would be, regardless of ordi­ nary political methods, an llprlilnf of the People,* such ...

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. — 2 November 1894

•L 9 A IW 'Germany's Exclusion of Amer loan Cattle Also Includes That Product. OUR OFFICIALS SURPRISED. Impression Prevails That the Order Is' Purely a Retal latory One. WASHraorov, Oct 81. The an­ nouncement by the Associated Press that the embargo plaoed upon Ameri­ can cattle 'by the senate of Hamburg had been extended to the length of an exclusion of American cattle and dressed meat from every part of Ger­ many wu ^received with surprise by department-officials here. That Texas fever was merely a ground which Germany should adopt far enforcing retaliatory measures against the United States because of the supposed discrimination against Ger­ man interestsin the sugar schedule of the tariff bill, -.was the prevalent im­ pression. The German ambassador, however, assured the secretary of state that the measure of exclusion was in­ spired solely by sanitary reasons and had no political motive behind it. Government offioials are obliged to take this view of tthe case, since any other ...

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. — 2 November 1894

4u i^h*i u\ S x| ^11 & ik -at 1 OVER 100 LOST Steamer Wairaipa' Wrecked on a Rocky Coast In the South" Pacific. FEW ON BOARD ESCAPED. Including Passengers and Crew 134 Persons Were Drowned. A SYDNBY, N. S. W., Nor. l.-r-The Union line steamer Wairaipa, bound for this ptort from Auckland, N. Z.t "Was wrecked Snnday night on Qieat Barrier island, off the northeast coast of New Zealand. The. steamer had a large number of passengers and 111 of them drowned. The'number of the Baved is not positively- known, bat among the rescued are some of the pas- The.night was very dark and the of­ ficers and lookout on the steamer were ignorant of the proximity of land until the steamer strnek^ on the rooks. Captain Mcintosh, the master, was on the bridge at this time. He, together with most of. the crew, was lost.. The sea was rough when the steamer went aground. Attempts were made to lower some of the boats, but several of these were either smashed against the side of the steamer before the lin...

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. — 2 November 1894

BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO POBLI8HSD EVERY FRIDAY. •x SUBSCRIPTIONS One T«M..— SlxmunUu...........— Sree months aDVKHTISING RATBBLOW. LITTLE FALLS. MINN ADVERTISING BATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessional Caids, 1 month fl.W 1 inch, one month l.«J 3 inches, one month, 8 inches, one month 3.50 4 inches, one month, 4.-® 6 inches, one month 5.W 10 Inches, oue month 20 Inches, one month, lo-W 40 inches, one month, ....J5.U0 Beading notices 5 cents ier line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WF.EKLT TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r f5.00 1 inch, one year 2 inches, one yea" w.&u 8 inches, one year i» jw 4 inches, one yea.* w.w 5 inches, one year *i.J» 10 inches, one year inches, one year .60.00 40 inches, jne year iw.uu Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line morethan one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. REPUBLICAN STATE 1ICKET. For Governor. KfJUTE NEL80N. For Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M. CLOUGH. For Bccretsrv of State, ALBERT feERG. For Auditor. ROBERT C. DU...

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. — 2 November 1894

6 1TT1.E FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLI8IIED EVERY FRIDVY. SUBSCRIPTION: One Slxmuntn* Tiree months LITTLE FALI.S. ..... 76 .... 40 ADVERTISING RATES LOW. MINN ADVERTISING RATES. DAILY TKAN8CIUPT. Piofessional Cauls, 1 month $LujJ 1.50 2.75 3.50 4.25 5.00 8.50 .15.00 .25.00 inch, one month.... inches, one month, inches, one month inches, one month, inches, one month, 10 inches, one month 20 inches, one month, 40 inches, one month Heading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WEEKLY TKANSCltlPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year Jj-'J 2 inches, one yea' 3 Inches, one year 4 inclu'H, one yea.- iv'Xrt 5 inches, one year -i-jw 10 inches, one year inches, one year -MUM) 40 inches, jne year um.oo Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line morethan one insertion, ic per line each insertion. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For (iovernor. KNL'TE NEI-SON. For Lieutenant Governor, DAVID M. CLOI'OII. For Socretnrv of SlHto, ALBERT HK...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 November 1894

JOB PRINTING THE TMSCRIPT JOB 0FF1C1' S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. A mnrringe licence \vuk issued Fri­ day to Adam Hoiin and Murj Donek L. A. Norton moved into the house on First Street Northeast for.uely occupied by Tlieo. Wold. The authorities are on the track of the boys who threw a switch and let two cars off on Wednesday and they are liable to make it interesting for the lads. Miss Rosa Geissel, of North Prairie, is visiting with her friend Miss Lil­ lian Shatil. She will take a position as clerk in Frink & Jenning's store.— St. Cloud Times Vote the Republican ticket. One of the curiosities on the street Thursday was an immigrant wagon covered with sheet iron instead of canvas. The owner had probably heard of the timber fire and wanted a fire proof rig. Jos. Sellick has returned from North Dakota where lie had been threshing theiiast season. He says the yeild was from eight to thirty five bushels per acre. The Peoples' Ice Company have ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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