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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 May 1894

try TIT- {k 'W» IS THE ONLY LINE TO. G. & *$£i& —TO—- •Sealed proposals[will be re­ ceived at the office of the ?ity clerk in the city ofjLittle Falls, Minn., until 2 o'clock jp. m. on Tuesday, the 5th day of June, A. D., 1894, for constructing three hundred and ninety (390) feet of fsewer on Second street and two hundred and forty (240) feet on First avenue south. Forms of proposals, copies of the specifications and in­ structions to contractors may be obtained of the city clerk and the plans and profiles may be seen at his office. Each bid must be ac­ companied by a deposit of a $500 bond as a guarantee of the good faith of each bidder. The council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order'of the City Council, Little Falls, May 17, 1894. E. S. HELENA" (H? PULLMAN BUTTE 4 SLEEPING CARS SPOKANE sjj ELEGANT TA0CMA DINING CARS SEATTLE_f {O &» BROWN, City Clerk. OHIHIWI PACIFIC R.R. RunningJThrotigh Cars TO *J2» ST, PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH ant 0HI0AG0 —i—ON POR...

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. — 25 May 1894

iA\ **r iff mM* f# fc,{r.y .i Sir T* 1 'mm •mm- $$aBi EE9H mil FALLS T8ANSC RIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. ,-^j PUBLISHED EVERY FRLDAYir*\^z .':*Tf/. SUB^ript:OI«!?|IIM®5'3 .v«v yonr uQ 75 ,r months.••.**««*•••. 40 ADVERTISING RATE8 LOW. LITTLE FALLS, ADVERTISING KATES.. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessional Caids, 1 month......$1.00 1 inch, one month..................... 1.50 2 inches, one month, 2.75 3 inches, one month, 3.50 4 inches, one month........ 4.25 5 inches, one month.................. 5.00 10 inches, oue month,. 8.50 20 inches, one month...... .....15.00 40 inches, one month, .25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r......$5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one year 10.50 3 inches, one year ....15.00 4 inches, one year 18.00 5 inches, one, year 21.00 10 inches, one year.... 36.00 20 inches, one year...... ..60.00 40 inches, one year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line mo...

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. — 25 May 1894

jS-iiii®!1®1'watei sifef .Vf* %v 1 '.'fy Ite fe vSSV'*'' •5V" iJmt Sf3 ?V, if 1 JOB PRINTINC vMr-M6nt THE TRARSliBIPT JOB OFFtO NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL, TROUGHOUT.^- SEAT, CHEAP 'AND RAPID. $The "kids" ai eat base ball again, a game has been arranged for June 2, between'the urchins of Little ™(Falls- and .Roy a Item. s/}^$K£ .i"- The grounds surrouding the court house were harrowed and reseeded Thursday and nice green lawns are result of thenearfuture. Adam Hohn, of Buck man, brought the scalps of eight male cub wolves' Friday .and, received the ^f^f^bounty of $5 apiece from Auditor JEllenbecker. The report comes that Rice & Son's dam on the IJttle Rock has been washed out by the high water. That firm has often suffered from Buckman's Hillman and Skunk brook drive of about 10,000 feet is nearly all in Rice Lake, and with favorable weather the Mississippi will be reached in eight or ten days. J.A.Nichols, W. L. F|rnam and R. M. Muncy. of Bellevue, are sur­ veying near Leec...

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. — 25 May 1894

jjfilryli llfft •A ir. ••^4" & "v ft I «f£. •..- |1J' !'|C: IK*V 4I Xt: ft. ?v: IWp i? .^tF1^ -ri" J£r| ..SF^ ,w/^: MAJORITY UNITED. Democrats in the Senate Defeat a Motion to Table the Tariff Bill. MESSRS. HILL AND IRBY IN LINE. Major Buttz Again Before the Bribery Investigating I Committee. WASHINGTON, May 24.—Senator Gor­ man's speech was the feature of the day's session. Mr. Gorman and Mr. Brice have been credited by the opposi­ tion with the authorship oi the compro­ mise amendments which consolidated the Democratic side, and Mr. Gorman, especially, has been subjected to much criticism both in and out of the senate. His speech, replying in a BUTTZ ON THE STAND. He Denies Making i^iy Direct Proposi­ tion to Bribe Isen.it Kyle. "WASHINGTON, May 24.—C. W. Buttz, who is accused of attempting to bribe senators to vote agains the tariff bill, was before the investigating committee during the day. He gave the commit­ tee the name of E. E. Holman, a claim attorney in this city, as ...

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. — 25 May 1894

vajS-i c* •ml (•V $ •ifjS '•I •j .j i] ytyi ir 0ft *pmrn •J. i' ., DEAD TRAMP. Chief McKclvey Kill® a Tramp Who Restate Arrest. Special to the Transcript. ST. CLOUD, Minn., May 23.—Chief of Police McKelvey attempted to arrest two tramps this afternoon who bad committed highway robbery. They resisted arrest, and drew a gun on the officer. McKelvey then opened Are on the tramps, killing one, Fred­ erick Clifton, and badly wounding the other, Wm. Henderson. A^CHRNGE. Little Falls to Loae J. W. Ward. The friends of J. \V. Ward will learn with regret that he has re­ signed his position as station agent for the Northern Pacific railroad company at this place to accept a similar one at Sauk Centre. The change will go into effect on June 1. For about seven years Mr. Ward has held the position here and by genial and accommodating manner lias made a large nnmber of friends. The change is not made because of any dissatisfaction with the position or place, but because his interests are such tha...

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. — 25 May 1894

l't" 4V ^«gr ft' £i' 7,U m.\ jite •W?-i Aigw 3*79 W\ 4/ •ft- -W VIw 10 '•§&' -Mpf •fe '•ffifilife, vf --05:: 1, -J.v^i "v "''Mi- .m jjiftr 'imm *?S ill A GOOD RECORD, The LOSB By Fires in l*ittle Falls Since May 1S^3, Only $13,000. Practically IHo Loss During The JPast Five Months. The record of fire alarms and loss of property in the city of Little Falls from May 6,1893, May 6,1894, has to been mude up by the city clerk, and in detail is as follows: Date 1893. Loser. Ins. Ins Paid Loss. May 12. Iiaily & Kinney 8 4,700 $ 4.500 $ 4,500 May 20 Van Fraaj? 1 800 1,275 1,275 May 25, Lindbergh house 500 500 500 June 3, Riverside Bakery June 12. Ole Moe 1.000 492 492 June 29, Lapolice Aug. 2, Palace Hotel Aug. 5. T. C. Gordon 110 110 110 Aug. 12, Joe. Hennen 1,500 100 100 Aug. 14, Red Front Store Sept. 19, Benolkin saloon Oct. 3 Market saloon l,o(-0 500 501) Oct. 28, Englehorn 800 450 450 Nov. 1, wild fire Pec. 5, Palace Hotel 4 500 3.050 3.050 Dec. », Schleusener 1.950 1,950 1,950...

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. — 25 May 1894

rf* 'W U&4 "Will Be Given to More I*ittle Falls Citizens by the Pine Tree Co. The Bast Side Mill Will Be Started and Only l^ocal Men Be Employed. It has been decided to operate the East side saw mill, and men are now at work making necessary re­ pairs and improvements, and the mill will begin running as soon as the few repairs, etc., are finished. At a meeting of the directors of the Pine Tree Lumber company while they were here last Friday and Sat­ urday, the local management brought to their notice the large number of appeals for work they were constantly receiving from de­ serving citizens of Little Falls, and the company was thus induced to con­ sent to the operation of the East side mill, in order to supply work to more men. It had before been de­ cided to not operate this mill again until it had been enlarged, as it is now much more expensive to saw lumber in this mill than it is in the West side one. None but local men will be employed, as the only rea­ son for running th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 25 May 1894

M"' lir -Ml S Ig^V v,-. fe t- •fc -P A ikThe 4'In t£ fe../ li£ Mi 8HE HAD THE MARRYING HABIT. A Woman Who Marched Thirteen Men to the Altar. Mrs. Marie Lemon, who died in Ala­ meda, Cal., the other day, had perhaps the most remarkable series of matrimonial ex­ periences on record. She was once very beautiful and had a charm of manner that made her particularly attractive to men. She was fond of men, too, and swore to love, honor and obey at least IB different ones. Mrs. Lemon's sister, Mrs. Rachael Neal, confesses that she 3 I "WW1 "V 1 San Francisco Marie led a gay life. She was considered handsome and must havo been very fascinating, or men would not have made such fools of themselves over her. She had a score or so of beaux, but whether she ever found Fairchild.I do not know. She met Roswell A. Fish, and she decided to marry him. She won the day, as usual, and they were married. Fish was employed in the custom house, had a good income, and they made a very dash­ ing couple for so...

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

H-ffi 4 Sd «:. tef, fi:i\ ft *-i ^O. •r»iS* S-% k^&<t**r .!. A MOB IN CONTROL Striking Miners Refuse to Allow Running of Trains at Mi nonk, Ills. TROOPS SEKT TO TOE SCENE. The Trouble at Cripple Greek, Colo., to Be Settled by Ar­ bitration. SPRINGFIELD, Ills., May 28.—The sheriff of Woodford county telegraphed Governor Altgeld that a mob of strik­ ing miners is otstructing coal traffic on the Illinois Central roa:i that 1 the municipal authorities have done all they could and are calling for help. He had sworn in a force of deputies, hut had no arms or ammunition for them. As the governor had shipped the last of the iifles in the state armory to Elm wood on a requisition from the mayor of that place, he ordered two companies of the Fourth regiment to start for Minonk at once to aid the sheriff. All is quiet at Minonk, but the miners refus9 to »allow coal trains to move. The mayor of Elmwood wired that the town had been visited twice by mobs of strikers, and that he was in* fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

^AT, I "p **., i'' I ^1 •V^r. Si 1 1^1 AMERICA'S VINTAGE. WINEGROWERS ARE FOR PROTEC­ TION TO THEIR INDUSTRY. Pare Grape Wines Are Undersold by For­ eign Stuff Concocted With Cheap Alcohol and Poisonous Drugs—Low Prices Mean. Ruin to American Vineyards. The common^enemy of pure native anrt imported wines is the producer of artifi­ cial and compounded or imitated wines. There are no laws in this country which prevent such competition, and all efforts to procure such have so far failed. Imi­ tations are so cunningly made 'that only the experienced taster, can detect them. Yet the medical profession notes the dif­ ferences in effects on the consumer, as he does the differences between natural and artificial mineral waters. The chief constituent of value in imitated wines is alcohol. The present low price of our native wines has reduced the home pro­ duction of artificial wines to a minimum because the cost of tax paid spirits pre­ cludes profit. When our business re­ vives and our pric...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

w,i is"* w. •4p -'1 1 A. 4 SKI *Ji?i "C W:f,^ Is Further Serious Trouble at Crip­ ple Creek Impossible to Prevent. EKT1RE DISTRICT TERRORIZED. Proposition to Arbitrate Not Ac­ ceptable to Interested Parties. CKIPPLE CREEK, Colo., May 29.— trouble breaks out again, and it is im­ possible to see how it can be averted, the results bid fair to be far more ter­ rible than those already witnessed. The armistice declared Sunday was made use of by the sheriffs to increase their forces. Nearly 400 men have* been recruited in Denver and only await the slightest outbreak to be for­ warded to Cripple Creek and be sworn in as deputies. The strikers seem to have taken cour­ age from the action of Governor Waite and affect to believe that the militia would tend to aid them in carrying out their purposes. The Entire District Is Terrorized, and the strikers, encouraged by the temporary withdrawal of deputies, are becoming bolder and more imperative and intolerant. All day strikers have been searchin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

'IS, WM W MJIFS '{V SENATOR MILLS AS A DODGER. 4 ^^AV9ided the WorkiDgmra WhenTltoy Visited WMUnftoa. ^tf- Many Workingmen are hurrying on to l$Wasnington, They represent hundreds *tr!af thousands of their fellow ^Some of them are paying their own way. -Others are having their expex&es met by the workmen who send them.§f These men from first to last are independent. They are Republicans and Democrats* They ask no favwO Thq3r are honest, industrious and patriotic Americans. While they seek no favors, they do de­ mand justice and their tights as citizens of the republic. They have been told that the Demo* cratsare their friends., Democratic or­ ators have /groaned for labor. Demo­ cratic editors have shrieked fraud and robbery. A Democratic candidate for the presidency has rumbled most dismal­ ly. Workingmen have therefore be­ lieved that they would be welcome in Washington. Consequently they have gone. -What have they found? An atmos­ phere too cold to measure. They are not welco...

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. — 1 June 1894

/,/ /r W-'-' V'^ *1 5 AI r. I 1 f, ii' y-' •^IL,.. Joe JLentieux and. tiias. Baldi :fe#*!^ {M rjLk^$i ', Charles Baldi runs a confectionery store in the Vasaly building on Broadway. He is a sort of chum of Lejnieux and generally has a crowd of the "crap" element around him. The case of the state vs. Lemieux was called yesterday at 10 o'clock, "J. H. Rhodes appearing for the state and E. 8. Smith for the de­ fendant. The crowd was so great that Justice Shaw adjourned to the court house. E. S. Smith entered a motion for a charge of venue which was granted. The case of Baldi was next called with the same attorneys appearing. Defendant moved for a recess and the case will be taken up next Monday morning at 9 o'clock. It is said the defendants are well supplied with witnesses, a number of whom are women. RUNNING AGAIN. The Little Mill Starts Up Today. The East side mill of the Pine Tree ^Lumbercompany started yesterday Married. -I aclwit:h nous Crime. _»- i1* The Zievertowskl Girls Claim...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

-n Si ft HI flTLE PALIS TMSCMFT. 1 By The STranscript Pub. Co. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTIONS .v»p y«iar S muatiiA |MW» hW«H ruts D10QttUMMal«H»ai ADVERTISING &ATK8 IiQW* LITTLE FALLS, MI ADVERTISING KATES. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one year 10.50 3 Inches, one year 15.00 4 inches, one year 18.00 5 inches, one year 21.00 10 inches, one year 86.00 5*0 inches, one year 60.00 40 inches, one year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line inorethan one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. Republican State Convention, A Republican Convention for the State of Minnesota will be held on Wednesday, the llth day of July. 1894, in the Auditorium, in the City of St. Paul, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following named offices: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treas­ urer, Attorney General, Clerk of the Supreme Court, Chief ustice of the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

lrii IV ber,/rf & W #,*:•• 4»#ti TEE TEiSSbBffl JOB OfTlCt 8 NOW SUPPLIED WITfl NEW MATERIAL TKOUGHOtFT. NJEAT, CHEAP AND W^. WISCONSIN CENTitAl IMS (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) LATEST irrkZEi CARD. Two Through Trains Daily. 2:45pm 6:25pm LvMinapols. Ar 8:40am 4:20pm 1:25pm 7:15pm f^v^St. Paul. .Ar 8:00am 3:40pm 1:25pm 4:05pm Lv Duhith... .Ar 11:10am 7:lopm Lv .Ashland. .Ar 8:15am 7:15am r" 10:05am Ar. Chicago .. Lv 5:00pm 10:40pm Tickets sold and baggage checked through to Ipoints in the United States and Canada. Close connections made in Chicago with all trains going East and South. For full information apply to your nearest agoiit or JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pats, ar Tkt. Agt., Milwaukee,"Wis -Painters are at work on the out­ side of the Congregational church. H. F. Schleusener is having his residence on Second street southeast repainted. Frank Anderson, of Elm Dale was in the city Friday. He says crops never looked better, corn is mostly all in and most of the potatoes are p...

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. — 1 June 1894

1 6G &*- E Ef/i* IK a OPEN beneath ^rapidly Wisconsin Central Train Meets With an Awful Accident at •*. Mannville, Wis. (THE WRECK DESTROYED BY FIRE. Eight People Dead or Missing1 and Fully a Score of Others Are Injured. WAS THE WORK OF A DEMON, /Tampering With the Switch Be­ lieved to Have Caused the Accident. MILWAUKEE, May 31.—A special to The Evening Wisconsin from Marsh field, Wis., says: Train No. 4 on the [Wisconsin Central road was wrecked at 1:15 a. m., the cars taking fire and resulting in a terrible loss of life. Four persQns are dead and four others miss­ ing, supposed to have been burned to Heath, and from 15 to 20 persons are Injured, some of them fatally. Among the dead are the engineer, fireman, brakeman and one of thB Tweedy broth­ ers. All are leing cared for at Marsh field. A nut had been taken off the switch, allowing it to get loose. Train No. 4 jumped t£e track. The forward cars took fire at once and Conductor Gavin succeeded in uncoupling the rear sleeper,...

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. — 1 June 1894

:-rh* V*v. •5J. & r,± •&S Jfe1 I* x- QUEE1H ESTHER BeaxxtifuK Oratorio tiered at the Opera House. .-.- ^:i $ —if The oratorio is founded on circuin ^fances related in the book of Esther and said to have occurred overlive hundred jrears before Christ when Ahasiierus was king. The King elevated Hainan above all the other x^rinces, and the people were required to bow before him. Haman becomes offended because Mordecai, the Jew, will not do him homage and succeed in having the king issue a deforce to the effect that all the Jews be put to death. In the meantime the king has put away his queen, Vashti, and Esther, the cousin and adopted daughter of iMordecai, is exalted as queen. She knows of the plot? of Haman and brings it to the King's notice. Hainan is Executed and Mordecai becomes the chief prince and next in power to the king. The order to exterminate the the* .Jew is revoked. Following is the cast: Xing Ahaanerns. C. H. Brown Queen Esther Mrs. J. C. Fl.ynn Hainan. T... D. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

I jfc^v 'l-?: p?r. &i I'SI Vv fe, V? •mi.. W4: JiM'V •&?**. II •m, l^ictlc Falls' First Market Day is a Success. The first monthly market day ever held in the city was a success. Early Saturday the farmers began to arrive with oxen, cows,horses,sheep pigs, chickens, butter, eggs and everything else imaginable until b3* 10 o'clock the market place on Kid­ der street, between Broadway and First avenue south was crowded with wagons. There were people here from all parts of the county and the streets looked very much as they do 011 a circus day. Business was good and the merchants had a bet ter day than they have had before in months. New milch cows found a ready sale as did also most of the fat cattle and produce. Some of the cattle were not suitable for *beaf but were purchased and sent to pasture. Owing to its being the tirst fail there were few buyers from abroad but the merchants and butchers of the city purchased nearly everything brought in at good prices. M. M. Williams ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

Be Had s*}f H®. 3: man* $ 'll (Doc, & 44About '-ay jH'-' '^:K il 44An :4i" Site gBSS# i\ Xl Hairbreadth Escapes. •n** keheoscenct S of tr i?t SupirstlMin Aw?**' Fatal 62—A Boy Telegrapher's Blun- -Engineer de Jarald's Nerve—Ditch- '$W J****. lsW a Hand Car. 4'Ordinarily omens, hoodoos, etc., but the number 52 has for me a peculiarily baleful fascina­ tion," said a retired engineer of the Chi­ cago, Burlington and Quincy in conversa­ tion with a St. Louis Globe Democrat "In 1878 I -vttts running engine 52. One day in October I was called to go out on the road pulling train No. 52. When coupled on to the train in the Galesburg yard, I wast told that W. E. Bissell was the |j conductor, and I recollected that the num ber of his caboose was 52. Noting the co incidences as singular, I spoke of it to an I extra conductor named Welch, who was making a trip, between runs, as a brake man, in order to- make the extra money a Vip would give him, and he remarked, A 14-YEAB-OLD BOY SOUND ASLE...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 1 June 1894

ri\ %-n't' j't- $ WHERE ARE W& AT? WHO CAN TELL WHAT THE TARIFF BILL IS NOW LIKE? r? Vy\. 'A Complete Record of Its Checkered Ca­ reer Through Congress—It Shows How the Coventry Is Governed by Democracy. W ./ r, Procrastination, but No legislation. It is inteifestmg to follow the career of the tessellated tariff, known as the "Wilson bill, to promote the policy of prostration, which is briefly given as follows: 1. The Chicago platfosta of the Dem­ ocratic party denouncing protection as a fraud, condemning trusts and declaring for a tariff for revenue only. 2. The labors of the schoolteacher Mr. Wilson—to revolutionize the great industrial and manufacturing interests of the United States, he never having been engaged in business and never hav­ ing done a day's work in a factory in his life. 8. The demagogic address to con­ gress by President Grover Cleveland, urging the policy of prostration, the de­ struction of American prosperity and striving to create strife between capital a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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