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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

g«g &. i: |.,'/"VR v. ECKELS' IDEAS, He Suggests a Scheme to Congress For a More Elastic Currency. WOULD REPEAL PRESENT LAWS And Would Allow Banks to Issue Notes Against Their Assets. WASHINGTON, Deo. 8.—Report of Hon. James H. Eckels, comptroller of currency, submitted to congress, gives full information in regard to the organ* ization, supervision and liquidation of the national banks for the year ended Oot. 81, 1894. It shows that during this period but fifty banks were organ­ ised with sa capital stock of $5,285,000, the smallest number chartered as well as the wiinimmw amount of capital in any one year since 1879. Of these new banks, 27 are in the Northern and East ern states, 10 in the Southern and 13 in the Western or transmississippi divi­ sion. The total circulation of national bankH on Oct. 81, 1894, amounted to $207,172,603, a net decrease during the year of $1,741,563 and a gross decease of $8,614,864 iu circulation secured by bonds. During the year 79 banks, with an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

A More Troops Moved This Season Than ^ny Time Since the War. LAMONT TALKS OF THE ARMY. Recommendations Made to Increase the Limit to 30,000 Men. WASHINGTON, Deo. 1.—The annnal repojrt of Secretary Lomont shows a saving of ffiOO.OOO in salaries and con­ tingent expenses in the administration of the war deportment at Washington, besides economies in the recruiting service, rents, etc. .Expenditure* for the last fiscal year were 160,039,009 appropriations for the current year are $52,429,112 estimates for the next year are 152,318,629. It was found ueoes sary at times during the period from Maroh to July in various places to em­ ploy a considerable part of the army to execute the orders of the United States court* otherwise successfully defied and resisted to protect the despatch of the United States mails and to guard the property of the government. The movement of troops thus necessitated was the largest which has taken place since the close of the close of the civil war. The Extraor...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

^LAMO! ft ^u{, f'v .u & V1 i- I if iV »?A & A fa1 4* V) O a "a 3 a EAR. ./Troops Moved This ion Than Any Time Since the Warvrv aw* 'a5.. TALKS OF TH ARMY. Recommendations Made to Increase the Limit 30.000 Men. WASHINGTON, Deo.1.—The annual repeat of Secretary Lamont shows a aavingof $600,00a ins*lariet and eon tingeut ezpensee in the administration of the war department at Washington, besides economies in the recruiting service* rents, etoi ^Expenditures for the last* fiscal.-year were 180,089,000 appropriations for the current year are 152,429 112 estimates for tlie next year are (52,818,620. It was fonnd peoes* sary at times during the period from March to July in varions places to em' ploy a considerable part of the army to execute the orders of the United States courts, otherwise successfully defied and resisted to protect the despatch of the United States mails and to guard the property of the government. The movement of troops thus necessitated was the largest which ha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

if 'ri&fj*" fV •v?'' "t'f «l, I'- hs'wi.-.- S Ci i' W- Page Mr. Cleveland Presents His Views tc the Fifty-Third Congress in the Usnal Manner. HIS FINANCIAL SCHEME Principally an Endorsement of That of the Secretary of the Treasury. WASHINGTON, Deo. 8.—Following is the messagejpf President Cleveland to congress: To the congress of the United States: The assemblage within the nation's leg' *'Sj lslative halls of those charged with the duty of making laws for the benefit of a generous and free people impressively sug­ gests the exactingobliga ion and inexor­ able responsibility involved in their task. At the threshold of such labor now to be undertaken by the congresB of the United States and in the discharge of an execu­ tive duty enjoined by the constitution, 1 submit this communication, containing a brief statement of the condition of our na­ tional affairs and recommending stich leg­ islation as seems to me necessary and ex­ pedient. OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS. Advantages of a Firm ...

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. — 7 December 1894

«tf- J'^T 1M'V•- iF&* •afc©*:', fcs* tj 1 4V? a «& \»«r Mr. Cleveland Presents His Views tc the Fifty-Third Congress in the Usual Manner. HIS FINANCIAL SCHEME Principally an Endorsement of That of the Secretary of the Treasury. WASHINGTON, Deo. 3.—Following Is the message of President Cleveland to congress: To the congress of the United States: The assemblage within the nation's-leg lslntive halls of those charged with, the duty of making laws for the benefit of a generous and free people impressively sug­ gests the exactiugobligasion and inexor­ able responsibility involved in their task. At the threshold of Buch labor now to be undertaken by the congress of the United States and in the discharge of an execu­ tive duty enjoined by the constitution, 1 submit this communication, containing a brief statement of the condition of our mo­ tional affairs and recommending siich leg­ islation as seems to me necessary and ex­ pedient. OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS. Advantage* of Firm Bnt Joi...

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 December 1894

W'.'~%r [CONTINUED •fe FROM HIUD BANKS AND CURRENCY. Becowmndatloni of Secretary Carlisle Heartily Endorsed. Questions relating to our banks and currency are closely connected with the subject just referred to, and they also present some satisfactory features. Prom­ inent among them are the lack of elastic­ ity in our currency circulation and its frequent concentration in financial cen­ ters when it is most needed in other parts of the country. The absolute divorcement of the busi­ ness of banking is the ideal relationship of the government to the circulation of the currency of the country, A State Bank Scheme. This condition cannot be immediately reached, but as a step in that direction and as a means of securing a more elastic currency and obviating other objections to the present arrangement of bank circu­ lation, the secretary of the treasury pre­ sents in his report a scheme modifying present banking laws and providing for the issue of circulating notes by state Hanks free from...

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 December 1894

W! 'fl is fe 1 -v I'. I Parker Notes. 4 (//Thanksgiving was observed in Parker generally There were wen­ ty-seven at dinner at Jf.P.Strahra land partook of turkey .also a large gathering at Mr. Jpbn Brown's. Quite a number, of visitors are in Parker. ^'sbThe donation at Mr. O.by's. was a grand success,' Jl'lie young people amused themselves playing various games after which Mrs. Oby served refreshments consisting.of pop corn balls and apples. There was $15.00 donated. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Stoll and Miss Anna Balmer, of Pillsbury, spent Thuuks giving with Mi*. Brown. S".- Miss Myrtle PeMoss finished ner chool in Randall last week. 1 Mr. Fuller, of Grey Eagle, pafesed through Parker last week. Mr. John Gish has gone to Staples t# visit his son Sliermun. v'/ JRev. Ruddock, of Burtruith -will fill Rev. Morton's pulpit in Parker next Sunday. Miss Pearl McCoy, who is teaching at Gravelvilte, spent Thanksgiving at home. Motlej Items. Miss Eifimn Russell, who was visiting with Miss Maud Francisco...

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. — 7 December 1894

Mi %r Six meatus Ttr«e Mentha 1 E A 8 feH^"5? ITTlE KAILS TRANSCRIPT »v TOB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. tertrr- ("OBUSBKD fcVBR* ttRUU*. SOBSuIipTION' pi O'u y«»r.......................... 10 inches, one year.... JO inches, one year.... 40 inchps, Jne year..... Beading Notices, single Insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards fl-25 1 inch, oue month 1*75 2 inches, one month ... 3'25 8 inches, oh6 month 4.50 4 inches, one month 5.2j 5 Inches, one month ..6.00 10 Inches, one month. 10.50 20 Inches, one month 18 00 40 inches, one nfrmth 82.00 FRIDAY DEC. 7. 1894 The national administration admits that the government will run behind about $20,000,000 during the fiscal year beginning July last. As it has run bshind more than that amount in the part of the year already passed, the people will have full confidence in the estimate. The Wilson revenue bill wasa beauty in all respects. It is very doubtful if the present...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

NSpiljMM 5£ JOB PRINTING ij' -i MM) 1 S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. 7 $ SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. FRIDAY, DEC. 7, 1894. LOOAII XTJH3MS- In this issue we print an ad opposite thi8 column At your left hand it will pay every reader to look it over. 45e6 the many articles that are offered at a normal price suitable for the Holiday season.. Juat think of it a decoratedjchina cup for 15 cents, under the old tariff wouid cost 25 cents, fine glasses at 3 cents worth S cents, take heed, people, and make your money reach far. Go. to the merchant who will dish out the most good for tlic least monej. Buy your Holiday presents at Tomelty's Bargain Bazar, Little Falls, Minn. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Fritz, on Wednesday night, a son. A marriage license wasissued Mon­ day to William W. Hutchins and Miss Mary Fisher? Mrs. S. Guerin was thrown from a roadcait Sunday while out riding with her husband, and quite badly injured. The Hennepin Paper company has quite a stock of pulp wood on ha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

W %i V\ 'EV if Vf r% OUlET MEfifING qUtlne Bu«lum TriAMet m%m lt«0tfl»r Meeting ot .vtwixt •.-••. ...... :,/ ,. if IK the City 'V-'' •.jLi? -. c?»wHI- Tuesday evening the regular taoi^thly meeting of the city council W&S held. All members were present. Minutes ot recent nieetinKS were ap­ proved. and the following bllljjf we?e •allowed: Wood worth *«,_ Harding, $** goods for poor.................. H. A. Elder, work on Hewers L. D. Brown, medicine for poor. i'i Wm. O'Sbea. house rent for poor if J4. F.. ScUleuseiier, election Hlipnlimi,.. .1 85 8 00 Aug, Roraff, house vent for poor ••••..• Electric & Water Co., light fcifj and water........................... 535 46 'F. B. Mansfield, damage by Ij hose enrt...... 2 50 I 50 10 85 4 00 7 99 6 75 W. B. Jonen. Hty half/repairs Trace.' uiedical Her v. Ice to poor.... 14 00 Thf street comminsloner'K report, wirha pay roll or $32.65 was al lowed. T. F. Bohan's bill for fixing stand pipe was laid over. Thenurchasimffcom inittee report...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

WWST''*? «. *m **$ •v Z® 'igtV /..: Wk+: T.7-V'. &r •,.-'^ it If -*r •C:V|,'y &4 Kj sr^st nt i- ctive Page r.i^*Sr'jvv' 'lit AIRED HOBBIES. Democratic Senatorial Caucus Was Devoted Entirely to Speeches. NO COURSE DECIDED ON. Cloture, Abandonment of the Tariff and Currency Discussed. WASHINGTON, Deo. 5.—The Demo­ crats of the senate spent about three hours in caucus and then adjourned without taking action to meet again Thursday after the adjournment of the senate. The entire time was devoted to a discussion of the situation and tc the wisest course of action for the Democratic party during the present session of congress. There were na merous speeches, but they were gener­ ally devoid of features of especial in­ terest. To quote the language of one who was present, almost every senatoi present talked during the caucus, and each advocated his own hobby. This consumed the entire time and no op portunity was given for action. Senator Daniel's Resolution. The entire discussion w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 7 December 1894

r* agra-i IK 1 W 1 fJIS JIUXT-U ROW NOG 0 EETIS0S. S& Tin Iotfmt Deepening—Crowds In Dally Attendance. A ^iMtegospel 'meetings now in pro­ gress at the court.' hmixe hull are still the theme of convernation aud draw the multitudes. It is a re­ markable work. SICSSCH. Ifunt and Browning are not FensatlonMl. Th«\v attempt to frighten no one, They aim by holding up itie Christ life in message and swrtf r«»»pt»l song to persuade men »"l women to accept ChriKt. Tlityium not at the emo­ tions, but at the will. Much has been heretofore printed about Mr. Hunt's part of tlilM wr-rk. but Mr. Browning IIHK especially vnluable qn»ilitl"K as gospel sinyer. He has a cultf *'iited voi.'e of givnt pathos and sweetness*, ivm expected much of him mid we 1 »veu disnp- E. 11 ico "V N1.NO. pointed, tie do«»n what the best of singern do not do—because they cannot—he Minus mm the open Ins? piece Nome sacred music which not only brings out all the niont excellent qualities of his voice, but touches the...

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. — 7 December 1894

a*#* ill ifct if iti &? iK ctive Page INDIANS WANT CASH! Ion Great Father at ??,v iiigton. !At/ $i Think They ShouUl Have Their AnnuitjB Which has been Withheld. Hon. N. Richardson, of this city, has received the following petition, from the Chippewa,s at Mille' Lacs, with the request that he forward the name to-Washington: To OUR GREAT FATHER IN WABHING- TON: V. We, your children, who reside on •i the Mille Lac reservation in theiitate of Minnesota, being very poor and greatly in need of our annuity money, hereby ask you to send It to us. We have .already suffered much from hunger and cold since our pay­ ments have been withheld from us. We know that our Great Father has, so far as he could do so, glveu away our homes at Mille Lacs to strangers who ar® here for the purpose of dis­ possessing uii. As we have never consented to give up our lands we believe our right to them is para­ mount to that of any other person or persons. We. therefore propose to retain possession of them u...

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

[fdRtJi rvdHT?n.-t I ovcm 1 ubli mi 1^- «'»vv% -y TH(j4PR0£E680R AND POLITICS. iCtold X«t Cwty His OMriet Em With thf AM of Bin tunatle Adalim. Wbfa politic* to Profewor Wilson*! ooogfcaiaiqaialdiatrict of Wert Virginia vein ait fever beat and every effort waa being made on both aidea for supremacy, •n incident ooonrred on a local train Which' a gentleman boarded at Pied taoDt, taking a aeat behind tvyo gentle tam Vlho Were engaged in a political 4iwluiioD with great animation. One dt them remarked, with a show of dig­ nity: "The Democratic candidate, Mr. Wil mut ia bound to racoeed. He represents *11 that is grand and noble in American politics and patriotism. He is a noble patriot, with the people and for the paqpkk He will be re-elected by an overwhelming majority, for he repre­ sents ill that is good of the principles of our forefathers." "Yes, indeed," said his friend, "yon are right there, and as a result of his election business will revive, and we Tvill have snob an era of p...

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. — 14 December 1894

Fv l*$L Jap" iftS JF* mmil'' «$$$• -. gfo. %k' •Rfev HBp!:-' |]P/ [t 1 tk M|f|| iff 8* 0,^ VOL.23. TALE OF BLOOD, Engineer Blixt Confesses to thd Murder of the Minne apolis Milliner. PRQMISED $2,000 FOR THE JOB. Details of the Awful Crime With Hayward as Chief Conspirator. MINNEAPOLIS, Deo. 10.—Claus Blixt has made a confession that demon­ strates beyond refutation that Harry Hayward stands foremost in the annals of crime. He is an arch fiend in the guise of human sjtiape, a man utterly devoid of sensibility, whose heart's blood is like to that of a fish, a veritable monster, and the Hennepin cbunty au­ thorities were wise when they removed him beyond the corporation limits of Minneapolis. Blixt, by his' confession, establishes beyoiid a doubt that Harry. Hayward instigated the murder, and that Blixt fired the fatal shot and hur­ ried back to the city. Blixt confesses that he killed Cathar­ ine Ging himself, and that Hayward planned the crime. Several weeks be­ fore t|ie murder he s...

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. — 14 December 1894

nf{. mn Br "t". A •If wT W' ik teij,r, i^n, wumrttl ~\K'Sr "Mi iwJ I# The sole of .tlw heroine fell Into the hand* of MiMiGtaceJlayleye, whose repu­ tation zesto upon Jjer rrwwlth her hui* band on Eroadwqrune day last May. Miu Mayleye, .or lira. iLanjpera, aa her Inti­ mate friends knawber, made a pronouno-' ed hit with her aadlenoe, looking thor­ oughly like the msman\wbo oould wield the horsewhip to some .purpose. It is said her ex-husbaod's.infritKi.right eye is now getting worse, and last (evening she wore anew Worth gown ..iauoaltttaatlon of tbe happy ^yant, A splendid ioil tofc«M impersonation was afforded in the work of .Count Fras ohetti, who enacted the %eio» and whose popularity has been enormous ever since he tbrew onetof the maidservants down main two yearn ago ^afterstealing her en­ gagement ring. Hlsilmpersonatlon gained immensely dramatic interesfcifram tbe ru? mor circulated just before -the perform­ ance that he iu»d boon arrasteditwo hours previous Car "doingM.a ca...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 December 1894

BIG MAJORITY. House Passes the Railroad Pooling Bill by a Vote of 166 to UO. ALL AMENDMENTS DEFEATED. Secretary Carlisle's Bank BUI Laid Before the House Committee. WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.—The struggle over the bill to authorize railroad pool­ ing was terminated daring the day by the passage of the bill by the decisive vote of 166 to 110. The Cooper substi­ tute, which placed the entire control of the conditions of pooling in the hands of the interstate commerce commission and gave them absolute power in the matter of revoking pooling orders, was defeated, as were also all subsequent efforts to amend and recommit it, and the bill passed as reported from the committee. Several attempts were made to defeat the bill by filibustering, but they, also, were unsuccessful. CARLISLE'S BANK BILL The Secretary Layi Hla Measure Before the House Committee. WASHINGTON, Bee. 12. Secretary Carlisle presented his financial bill to the committee on banking and cur­ rency. In the first section all acts r...

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. — 14 December 1894

II rf lr IK 4?^ $ VlL. X.IV! 1' It 'tl&'v-'i51" twlU^Jilsjd 5fd l«,V Senator Voorhees Comes Out Strongly In Favor of the White Metal. BELIEVES IN FREE COINAGE. Re-ehactment of the Law of 1837 Would. Be an Excel* lent Thing. WASHINGTON, Deo. 11. Senator Voorhees, chairman of the committee on finanoe, furnished an interview dur­ ing the day which in some degree con­ firmed the report which has been cur­ rent about the Capitol since the begin ning of the piesent session that he would seek to secure legislation favor­ able to silver before the final adjourn­ ment of the Fifty-third congress. said: "I have no change of views'to ex­ press. Silver is the money of the con­ stitution and should be so coined on the same "terms that gold is coined, 'with out discrimination against either metal and without charge for mintage.' I voted against the passage of the famous Sherman act and labored to secure itq repeal, because it was The Enemy of Sliver Coinage* The free coinage of gold means the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 14 December 1894

*i' ^0F 'J1flt ctive Page GOSPEL MEETING. Separate Meeting* Held Wed­ nesday Evening--Con­ gregational Church and Court House Well Filled. For the past three weeks the attention of the people of Little Falls has been especially directed toward relifcioys matters by the union Kttspel meetings held at the court house by Evangelist Chas. N. Hunt and the gospel singer. Mr. E. P. Browning.. Wednesday even­ ing was the time set for holding the men's mass meeting, and as was ex­ pected there was a large audience present—all men. The ministers' present in addition to those who have been thereconstantly,were Rev. M. B. Critfchett of Sauk Center, and Key. J.Merrill Edmunds, of Brainerd. Each one took some part in the meeting. It was not the purpose of Mr. Hunt to speak on that occasion, but the time was profitably passed in listening to five minute speeches from business men, who gave their views on the value of Christ in business life. Among those who spoke were Prof. J. L. Thatcher, H. N. H...

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 December 1894

,, ft I\«*» |sv "w fik'):! "11'• BY THE One year, Slxmuatad....'. »r« months....... vtoP|W'?i''V' •-p. I^yv-." ^i. 6 5 be worth 16.50. .. $14.50, this always sold for $17.50. and will order anything you want, a/uu goods cheaper than you can purchase in any town in the state. This fine Castor only 75 cents, a nice present for Christinas. LITTLE FALLS, "55 (THE FALLS TRANSCRIPT TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. I'UBLI8HED EVERY FRIDVY. SUBSCRIPTION! ADVERTISING RATES IX)W. 1TTLE FAIiLS, During the year eliding June 30, 1894, only 48 miles of railroad were built in Minnesota, the smallest yearly record in thirty years. All of this was built in the fK vifcinity of the new iron mines W near Duluth. The record for the year ending next June will certainly be,better. M. C. Burnside went to Brainerd Thursday evening and will look after collections in Crow Wing county for the next week. S'.i' We have everything in glass ware that you can ask for the set of dishes we here illustrate we 11 or ,f\ +kL ,« +lip...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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