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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 November 1894

THE MARBLE MINERS. '•vW ^u rMtl yTftm.-'SX LESS WORK AND tOWER WAGES UN* DER DEMOCRACY. *to ftednoed Tulir tylti Jh*iag Btarbi* VM* Itiiy kajd S*«d*ii—It Come* ii HftUaat "pi.. ^I*ht—Tl^e SV»ral|ri» Worker* Get Half the Pay of imerlwu. An industry,!*) whiqh little attention seems to he given by persons outside of those interested in it is that of quarry ing and manufacturing marble, I am not now speaking of the ijeantiful Ca ratra marble used in statuary with Which we delight to please our sense of the beautiful, but the more substantial and useful sort that is used for various building purposes. The industry in this oountry alone represented an output of $8,705,000 in 1893, and this means not only a-valuable production from a com­ mercial point of view, but .valuable, too, for its intrinsic worth. l*Ee variety of American, marble is so great and the quality so superior that for all purposes of ordinary ope we need not go ont of our .own country to purchase this most useful product ...

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. — 9 November 1894

4 THE TRUCK FARMERS NEW TARIFF WILL CHEAPEN THE VALUE OF ALL FARM PRODUCTS. _—_• 4 Closed Aetorlci Mean Smaller Couomp* tion by the People—With Little or No Wages, They Must Bay Leu or Cheaper Food—A Very Hard Case. Truck farming is quite an industry In the United States. There are 340,893 men, women and children employed on the 584,440 aores of American truck farms, the annnal produt of which was #76,517,155 in the 1800 census year. Most of the truck farms are found in the manufacturing sections of the coun­ try. This is but natural, because the market for truck is at the large centers of population, where there are busy workers. Anything that tends to dimin­ ish the number of wage earners in large citieB will also decrease the demand for farm truck and help to cheapen prices. The nearer we approach free trade and the larger our importations of foreign goods the worse it will be for the truck farmer, because there will be more idle people in the United States. There are 240,893 men...

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. — 16 November 1894

I^S •V ./ IS 7 fr^ia VOL.23. ,$0rtMfW%fW 'iff. 4 J\V END THE WAR. The United States Offers to Act as Mediator Between Japan and China. Nb ANSWER YET GIVEN, But the Prospect. Is That It Will Finally, Be Accepted by Both Powers. TOKIO, Japan, Nov. 13.—United States Minister Dun has communicated to the ministry the substance of an im­ portant cipher cable proposition re­ ceived from Secretary Gresham at Washington. It suggests that if. Japan will join China in requesting the presi­ dent of the United .States to act as me­ diator in settling the war he will exer­ cise his good offices in that capacity. A similar proposition has been sent to China. The cable was received by Minister Dun on Friday and was pre­ sented to a special meeting of the min­ istry. An answer has not yet been Bent. The proposition presents a grave question to the ministry. They are urged on one hand by the popular senti­ ment to continue the war and crush China. On.the other hand European powers are threatening to ...

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. — 16 November 1894

ft' fe- iAJf'' .n t*3* 5 $ S&r if^' if i.<p></p>S": jfe' fev. BSfeKS I 6M-. I0W1R FARM PBICig. tAf «A St ABANDONMENT (^RECIPROCITY RE L' DUCES E)FT»ORT8 OF FLOUR. •h, •. The Millers of St. bmdi Show Thdr tow of Trade With Cub«—Built tp by Bocl fy proelty, It Ii Hov Entirely Destroyed. s& MI« Mills M»iteMment to Oemoeraey. Down with reciprocity is a great cry «f the free trader beoanso reciprocity has extended the market far oar farm produota. The free trader might just as well "be brntally honest andcry, "Down with the American farmer!" for that is what he really means, AS the following correspondence shows: Answering your inquiry* "would soy that from the most careful inquiry of manufac­ turers, shippers and others, and from the most sellable statistics obtainable, It is estimated that for the 13 months previous to the abroga­ tion of the reciprocity treaty with Cuba and other Spanish-American countries there were shipped from America about £,280,000 barrels of ...

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. — 16 November 1894

'.?VW f'l "3**J i, /i fKl ,"f IJ •,** 'I ^lL «*s 521. =3. V-', ryjvi- 'N FAVORS LABOR. Report of the Government Strike Commission to the President. .PULLMAN COMPANY SCORED And the General Managers' Association Shown Up in a Bad Light. CHICAGO, NOV. 18.—The United States governmeut report on the great railway strike in connection with the Pullman trouble was made public dur­ ing the day. The report, which is signed by the federal labor commis­ sioner, Carroll D. Wright, and hia^fel low investigators. John D. Kernan ot New York and Nicholas E. Worthing* .ton of Illinois, is addressed to President Cleveland and abounds in passages which will attrac^t. ide attention, par­ ticularly the portion referring to the now famous "General Managers' asso­ ciation," the organization of high railway officials that encompassed the memorable defeat of the American Railway Union. The report says the capitalization oi the 24 railroads directly represented in the General Managers' association was 12,108...

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. — 16 November 1894

'. '»., «y N t- V" GOLD WANTED. Call Issued by Secretary Car Sjjfc,... lisle For Bids For New Ir1^ 1 .Bonds.,', AN ISSUE OF $50,000,000, Amount Realizec| Expected to Exceed the February Issue. WASHINGTON, NOV. 14.— Secretary Carlisle has issued his oall for bids fox $50,000,000 6 per cent, 10-year* bonds, interest to be paid in coin, which is interpreted to mean gold. The only material changes made in the present oall from that issued Jan. 14 last are the omission of the upset or minimum price which would be accepted, and the notice that the proposals for the pres­ ent issue must be Sealed. It is confi­ dently expected at the treasury depart­ ment that an amount will be realized considerably in excess of that received on the February issue. This expecta­ tion is based on the fact that there are exceptionally large amounts of money now lying idle And Seeking Investment in the money centers of the country, and upon the further fact that the Feb­ ruary issue is now quoted at $118.60, o...

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. — 16 November 1894

a SEVERE STORM English Channel So Rough That All Traffic Has Been Abandoned. SHIPPING SUFFERS SEVERELY, Many Vessels Lost or Missing and Their Crews Probably Drowned. LONDON, NOV. 15.—The storm con*, tinues in the channel and throughout England. A Norwegian Bhip has been driven ashore near Dover. Her captain and several of her crew were drowned while trying to land in one of the ship's boats. The rest of the crew were \res caed by means of the rocket apparatus, in the presence of thousands of excited spectators. The river? Avon and Severn have overflowed and in Devonshire, many of the inhabitants have sought refuge on the housetops. A- large number of cattle and sheep have been drowned and traffic in the valley has been sus­ pended. The river Thames has risen four feet at Richmond. All 'cross channel traffio has been stopped to and from Folkestone. At Bournemouth thousands of tons of oliff have been wa#hed into the sea. At Dover a great part of the pier was curried away and the gale...

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. — 16 November 1894

•w£ U. & ITTLE FALLS f? f?-.. tijjr eiy,$ & BY THE TRANSCRIPT -PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVESY JTRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION' I«M* w" One jra»r.-i..£ii....... jj&l ^4 Tbteemo»tlia».« /M ADVEBTIBINQ RATES IOW. LITTLE FALLS, P,A* sv f,,v», Beading 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 0-00 2 inches, one yea'*. 10.50 8 Inches, one year.. 15.00 4 inches, one year 18.00 5 inches, one year 21.00 10 Inches, one year 86.00 fi) Inches, one year 60.00 40 inches, jne year .100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, Sc per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Profess'on al Cards $1.25 I inch, one mcnth... ...1.75 •2 lnche«. one month 3*25 8 inches, onemonth 4.50 4 inches, one month 5.25 inches, one month ..6.00 10 inches, onemonth 10.50 2ti) inches, one month... 18 00 40 inches, one month 32.00 A city paper suggests that the solid South has so managed ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 November 1894

"i'4 •na Uil PI' if jj fcf ctive Page TT JOB PRINTINC OFFICi NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AHD RAPID. Dr. Niven, Nov. 22 and 23. BORN—On Nov. 9,1894. to Mr. Mrs. S. A. Si verts, a son. 0. H. Brown has box In his store and placed a letter and any letters dropped in there will be mailed at the postoffice or on the train. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rogers lflt Saturday for Haywood, Wis., where they will reside during the winter. Mr. anil Mrs. J. Cameron will oc­ cupy their residence during their ab­ sence. M. J. Bracke, the tailor, has an advertisement in this issue, and guarantees to give a perfect fit and prices to suit each customer. Don't send out of town for yo|lr clothes when you can get them just ascheap at home. At the last meeting of the Woman's Missionary union, of the Congrega­ tional church,, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. O. C. Trace secretary, Mrs. G. R. Ander­ son treasurer. Mrs. G. Hanna. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Millspaugh en­ tertaine...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 November 1894

OW^P#1e y'#3' p* if:1- fk» ,?M,, h"» •M1 fcs7 «. Rock WMM' «w* IS,ft vernor asfarasKecewed, re^ur^s in the state election in lyJiinH^ta are nearing completion on yqgefor governor and,4$30ooiate jus* oe of tli^ sgpgeme court, governor elson'p plurality has jreachoJ 69,850 §1)1,4 will pfcss the-GO, 000 mark. He now hat* a majority, of 6,811 over all. The returns for associate justice ghow that Jad^o Collins has 40,830 majority over John W. Willis, and the ind cations :»re that 50,000 will be about Judge Col ilins' majority when the ophnt is com­ plete. Following are the returns as far as received: Nelson. Becker, pwen. Aitkin -674 165 Anoka.. v.. Becker............ i't,:' ft 4 &• Carvfcr 1,736 1,117 Houston .. 1,726 251 .. 1,226 .. 1,066 881 102 699 566 Beltrami 57 44 60 Benton Big Stone 3 373 869 408 Blue Earth 8.1D8 1,598 1,142 Brown .. 1,303 704 1,230 Carlton aw COS 864 466 Cass!..... .. 218 93 140 Chipiewa 910 114 7«4 Chisago .. 1,986 185 265 Clay .. 1,109 258 1,338 Cook 68 10...

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. — 16 November 1894

4 $?Vf7$ 'is' 34.'™ M: fik'& 11 I «i', 'm I :1 ,i\If %'fb !A«Jt -\tA 4| ft *"l IK •iy:' •®j-' wm ltiS] i| SI :«:.s) I** w-j I'-^y-• I •.•' -.,. .:.,'/-T' .v v" .,' v- vvv'fv *r t'..""r^ 4-'••* UNION GOSPEL MEETINGS Will. Open Qn Tbunday Even­ ing—Conducted by C. N Hunt. On Thursday evening a series of Union gospel meetings will open at thecotfrt house In this city. They will continue until December 12. Fol­ lowing is a short Bketch of Evangel­ ist Chas. N. Hunt, who will conduct the meetings. Chas.N. Huut Is apparently 35years of age, is of good height, rather slim build, dark hair, and slightly dark complexion. He is of an active, mental temperament, yet with practical faculties predominoting, which give useful direction to his energies. The clear voice, quick per­ ception and general mental activity, combined with earnest conviction, make him an attractive speaker. Mr. Hunt began the career of a lawyer in 1882, at Minneapblis. Nearly eight years ago he felt strong conviction^,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 November 1894

rj MEW HOME OF THE CHICAGO YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. It Will Be a Credit to the City and Fur the Comforts of Home to Hany Sl^Worthf Working Women—A Vicfttl and Prosperous Organisation. Everybody has heard and read of the Young Men's Christian association for lo, these many years, but it may sur­ prise some readers to learn that there is a Young Woman's Christian association, and chat it has done a splendid work, especially in Chicago. It seems to be taken by common consent that there is more need of that particular kind of work in Chicago than in any other American city in proportion to the pop­ ulation. The city is so new, so rapid in its growth and so aggressive, having also the most mixed population of any American city, that there is speoial need of a home and central agency for women, and just now the good ladies in charge are feeling especially elated over their new and commodious building, which is rising at 228 Michigan avenue on the site of the somewhat historio ...

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. — 16 November 1894

mm' wr\ 'mi I rr ,.J&: ..2R' ¥M •M- ctive Page „i BWI, WELL FOUGHT. TheRepublican Local Cam­ paign One of the Best Carried on in ^tlie State. The Solid Republican Vote of the County Practic ally Doubled in Two Years. While Republican victories were general in the North this year, no locality showed more remarkable changes in public sentiment than did Little Falls and Morrison county... In no district was the campaign for Republican principles pushed with greater energy and ability, and the erand results were a proper effect of an honest and earnest campaign, aud were also a pleasant compli­ ment to the men most active in the campaign work. The increase in the Republican vote of the state was less than 33% per cent over two years ago, taking the vote for governor as the basis while in Morrison- county the in­ crease was nearly JOft per cent—in 1892 Nelson received 944 votes and in 1894 he received 1815 votes. No other county of this size in Minne­ sota shows so large an increase ...

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. — 16 November 1894

BCENB FROM NA Bar 1 qoft's "A Milk White Flag" Scores a Big Hit. $b' ,©AUNT'S MUSIC LS ALSO GOOD. V^'?v lUaohlevona Rumors Circulated About -H Adelina Pattl—Bad Actors' Opinion* of Critics—Mr. Outtie's New Pl»y, "The Transgressor." Charles H. Hoyt's satire on the state militia'of this country has come to New York after having been oarrled about from town to town for some time for the {nto-shape rnrpose of subjeoting.it to the whlpping process. It is now like the original production, eo it is said, only in its general lines. The details have all been polished up, much Added, more cut out, and altogether it is almost a new play. The title is "A Milk White Flag," and without more adn it may bo said that it is by far the best thing Hoyt has ever written. If merit goes for anything, it ought to break the 625 performances reo- MILK WHITE FLAG, ord of "A Trip to Chinatown" in New 'York, for it is as much better than that skitas chalk is than cheese. It is more funny too. Even the cast caus...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 November 1894

Vor Governor— Hep Becker, Dem Owens, Peo Ilelleboe. Pro Slate Treasurer-** •Koerner, Kep Lambert, Dem Borchert, Pop Hampson, Pro Attorney General— Clillds, Kep Breckenrldge, I'em Korea, Pop Child, Pro 03 Meutenuut Governor— Clough. Rep Ludwlg, Dein Loraineu. Pop.,. Way, Pro Secretary of state— Berg, Rep Haines, Dein Seberger, Pop Winder. Pro State Auditor— Dunn, Rep Biermann, Dem Strombertc. Pop •. .lohnson, Pro Clerk of Supreme t.ourt— Keese, Kep Kurtz, Doin Johnson. Pop -C'f Justice Supreme 0 t— Start, Kep Smith. Dein Ladd, Pop As'te Juntloe Supreme t Collins, Kep Willis, Item Judge Dist. Court— ttearle, Independent For Senator— Fuller, Uep 'KernpStead, Dein-Pop For Representatives— Ferris, Kep..... Jones. Kep ilartjdiorn.liep MallettP, Rep oIe. Dein-I'op Cheeley, Dem i— Newton, Dem smith, Pop Hendrickson, Pop-Dein Klelnsrieber, Pop For County Auditor— Kasparek, llep-Pop Kllenbeoker, Dem For Oo. Treasurer— Meyers, Dem «, l,afond, Ind. Rep For Sheriff—' Ulder. ltep Bailey. Dam Kr K...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 November 1894

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Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

'l ir^"' F^:':/ fc\ ., ff VOL. 23. VERY SEVERE, The Italian Earthquake Most Destructive to Life and Property. MET DEATH IN A CHURCH. Sixty People Crushed by Fall­ ing Walls In San Procp pio Alone. ROME, NOV. 19.—THE earthquake in Sicily and Southern Italy caused con­ siderable damage to the telegraph lines and details of the phenomena are com­ ing to hand slowly. It is known, however, that the province of Reggio Di Calabria suffered the severest dam­ age by the seismic dis turbances. Little damage was done in Reggio, the capital of the province, but there was great loss of life and much damage done' else­ where in the province. Seventeen communes were involved in in the dis­ turbance, tbe center of which was in the vicinity of Palmi, 21 miles north­ west of Reggio and Bagnara, on the Gulf of Gioja, almost directly opposite Punta Del Faro, Sicily. The village of San Procopio, near Palmi, was Almost .Entirely Destroyed. Here 60 persons were killed. Forty seven of these 'met their deat...

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. — 23 November 1894

2 PLAYS AND PLAYERS. William Pruette lias made fchefctt'Cf Mi life as Bob Boy in the opora of tbattitle produced by Fred C. Whitney. Loie Fuller has a truckful of clipping# from foreign newspapers concerning her serpentine dancing that sho cannot read. Mrs. Berlan-Gibbs, the leading woman, has received a play containing HI speaking and 55 thinking parts. TJio author hails from Zanesville. Nina Farrington the beaming bur lesquer with the elaborate outlines, has been engaged by Canary & Lederer to ap­ pear in "The Passing Show." J. M. Hill had arranged to tonr the Boyal Court colibres, an organization of midgets famous in Europe, in America this season, but the little men have big heads und have broken their contraot. In "Dorcas," by the Paultons, the au­ thors of "Erminie," Pauline Hall has a musical comedy that will last her for many* a day to come. Its' 'atmosphere" Is not un­ like that of ''She Stoops to Conquer." Richard Harding Davis, short story writer, newspaper man, trave...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

T" ALTON AND ROCK ISLAND OyT. Meeting Called for Monday to Discuss a Plan of Reasons For Withdrawal. The reason given by the Bock Island for its withdrawal is that under the association agreement it has found it­ self unable to meet the competition of strong outside lines, which, being out of the association, were so enabled to manipulate their rates as to take much business away from the Bock Island. The seasons given by the Alton and the Missouri Pacific are similar. The lines which still remain in the association, realizing that it is useless for them to carry on the association with so many powerful lines on the outside, have asked Chairman Caldwell to call a meeting of all the association lines for next Monday, and at this meeting methods will be considered for the re­ organization of the association. DEMAND A RECOUNT. Nebraska Repub-icans Will Ask the Legis­ lature to Declare Who Is Elected. OMAHA, Nov. 20.—A special to Thei Bee from Lincoln, Neb., says: The Bepublicans will d...

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. — 23 November 1894

A BAD RECORD Insurance Swindler Holmes Confesses to a Long List »of Misdeeds. SAYS HE DESERVES HANGING. His Career as a^Swindler Be­ gun While a Student in College. PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 21.—Arch Con -ipirator H. H. Holmes, accompanied by Mrs. Pitzel and a pretty woman, who calls herself Mrs. Holmes, has arrived in this city in the custody of Detective Crawford and Special Agent Perry of the Fidelity Mutual Life association. Mrs. Pitzel's 16-year-old daughter, Meda, and'her 1-year-old boy were also -with tb.e party. Mrs. Pitzel's nervous ^condition .was such that she was unable to walk from Broad street station to the Central station across the street and had to tw supported by Detective Craw lord and a policeman. After their ar­ rival the party was closeted with Superintendent of Police Linden until late in the afternoon. When the con­ ference was over Detective Crawford Detailed the Story of the Trip, the moat important feature of which was the relation made to him by Holmes of the s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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