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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

S ,u \r John Lents'* Dog Makes Thing* Interesting on Thtiraday A mad dog aeare stirred things up cast of the track Thursday, and (or a time it looked as if someone was liable to get hurt. About 10 o'clock Mrs. Lentz, wife of Joltn Lents, the flection foreman, noticed herdojjnot­ ing queer and started to put him out, when the nxtinial made an at­ tack on her. He was frothing at the mouth and as hit jumped at herehe realized that she was dealing with a mad dog. She grabbed a chair and managed to keep hiui away until finally the animal ran out doors, snapping and biting at everything in its path. He tried to climb up the outside of the house, biting at the siding. After a while he started out the Bich Prnirie road and a number of dogs followed him. Mrs. Leutz remained in the house until her husband came home, when he tried to hunt up the unimal. He finally got Fletcher Ferrill to go Af­ ter him and the animal was found on Seventh street and killed The dog was running around for several...

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. — 15 March 1895

s:\tl vT- 1 f'\ •••r- ,-• '•. •i i' ifc OUR VOUNG FOLKS. A Horn* (hunt That fa Not So Bolaterom "Hant the Slipper." It la pleasant to spend a winter even­ ing amusing and being amused, bat bow are we to set about it? We want to play, but we want to kuovf what to play at There is a lively game, not so noisy perhaps as "hunt the slipper," butnear ly related to it, which French and Ger­ man youngsters delight iq at their par­ ties. In La Brosse,'1 as it is called, the players form a circle, each holding by PLATING AT LA BROSSE. one hand, the left, to a cord. The other hand is kept behind the back, and one player holds in his or her free hand a small stiff haired clothesbrush. At first all the circle dance round and round "the searcher" (the player sta­ tioned inside the ring) humming "brosse, brosse." If some one plays a few notes on the piano, it helps the fun. The minute the music stops the one who holds the brush must suddenly brush his neighbor's dres3, so as to be'well beard, and ...

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. — 22 March 1895

rrnn VOL. 24. BY FALLING WALLS Three Wabash Employes Meet Death During a Fire at Toledo, O. THE ROUNDHOUSE DESTROYED. Twelve Men Buried Beneath a Huge Pile of Brick and Debris. TOLEDO, 0., March 18.—The round­ house of the Wabash company in this city, located at the foot of South street, on the dock front, burned to the ground between 10 and 11 o'clock. Three quarters of an hour after the first alarm was sent in the south wall of the build* ing, 60 feet in circumference, fell in, burying 12 men underneath it. Two of them were instantly killed, a third died a short time after being taken out of the debris and the others were all badly hurt, one probably fatally. All but John Bowen were employes of the "Wabash. The dead are: R. N. Bohl man, a painter J. J. Preston, car in­ spector John Bowen, spectator. Fall Without Warning. The fire started at 10:10? and a gen­ eral alarm was turned in. Shortly after the firemen got to work the iron braces supporting the roof expanded in the intense ...

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. — 22 March 1895

2 TO RENEW MEADOWS A Law to Supply Crass Seed to the Sufferers by Forest Fires. WILL HELP NEEDY FARMERS Fifteen Thousand Appropri­ ated to Carry Out the Pro­ visions of the Law. The forest fires that desolated large sections of Northern Minnesota last year caused one peculiar damage that threatens to be be permanent in its character—that is the consuming of the soil on thousands Oi acres of the natural meadows. The soil had become so dry during the long absence of rain that the fires burned the meadows down to the •and. Unless these meadows are re seeded with grass seed this spring they will grow up to weeds, willows, brush, etc. If they are seeded with grass seed at once the meadows will be reclaimed, and continue to produce usual crops of hay. Many of the settlers in the dis­ trict above referred to are unable to purchase the grass sted, and unless helped at this time would lose much by reason of the destruction of the meadows. Hon. A. F. Ferris, the rep­ resentative in the legisl...

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. — 22 March 1895

STRONG COMBINE. Postoffice Employes Organiz­ ing to Secure Increase in Salaries. AUTHORITIES DON'T LIKE IT. A Carrier at Yout gstown, O., Dismissed For Alleged Agitating. WASHINGTON, Mareh 19 T'e post ofiice. department li information of the format on of a p-\vei l'nl combina­ tion of postal employe designed to br ng pressure upon coupes, to over­ turn certa reguk.t ons a.id ru-es of the department. The employee iiave been encouraged by succes. attach­ ing to tie Jast Tiostoflice apirep nation bill an amendment which sttii ended an oruer o. tne uepa.tuient. Tms order was issued iast June and directed tnat by .y 1, 1895, ail ran way ma.l service employes should remove to some point along the line of the route on which he was employed. Ih was unsatisfac­ tory to some of the clerks an I they ob ta.ned legifl.ation overruling the order. The rea-on for :S suing the order is ex­ plained at the department as necessary because at the time the order was is­ sued there were about 1, LOO of th...

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. — 22 March 1895

3fc*-W^ i-v• ®'r i&Kr v,t r- 1 Hi? 1 AFTER THURSTON. Mr. Gresham Said to Have De­ manded the Hawaiian Minister's Recall. HAVE NEVER BEEN FRIENDLY. All Parties Interested Refuse to Confirm or Deny the Report. WASHINGTON, March 20.—It is re­ ported here that Secretary Gresham has demanded the recall of Loren A. Thurs­ ton, Hawaiian minister to Washington, on the grounds that he was persona non grata. Wheu Secretary Gresham's at­ tention was called to this statement he positively refused to say any word in confirmation or denial, and other offi­ cials of the state department allege ig­ norance of the matter. It is known, however, that there hiis been much friction between the minister and the state department in the transaction of busness, dating back to Mr. Thurston's appointment as minister. Probably be­ cause he was aware of the state of feel­ ing towards himself, the minister has always been singularly guarded and dis­ crete in his public utterances, as far as can now be recall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

-WW- THINKS IT'S RIGHT Senator Hale of the Opinion That Thurston's Recall Is Justified. HIS BREACH OF ETIQUETTE. Making Public Diplomatic Cor­ respondence Cannot Be Tolerated. WASHINGTON, March 21. Senator Bale of Maine has been among the most zealous defenders of the Hawaiian republic on the floor of the senate, but he does not support Mr. Thurston in the matter of the minister's reported recall at the instance of Secretary Gresham on the facts, so far as devel­ oped. "I have no inside or exclusive infor* matiou," he said, in discussing the mat­ ter, "but the published reports say that Mr. Thurston's recall has been asked because he made public diplomatic cor­ respondence before submitting it to the secretary. If this is correct he was clearly in the wrong and could not expect that the secretary would do otherwise than ask for his recall. It was clearly a breach of official etiquette and is a practice which this country cannot afford to encourage. There might be times when such a c...

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. — 22 March 1895

•V §*c r* 1 Why vi^ lA- ITTLE FALLS T8ANSC81F1 BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO PUBLISHED EVEEY FRIiMY SUBSCRIPTION! HM HfllNHINMMMMHI"' O' 'Mt lllfflvDUM -v months... 4DVKKTIBIKO RATB8 UW LITTLE FALLS, MINN ADVERTISING RATES. WEEKLY TBANHCBIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r 95 00 Inch, one year 6 00 inches, oneyear* 10.50 3 inches, one year.... 15.00 4 inches, one yea.* 18.00 5 inchea, one year 21.0© 10 inches, one year 36.00 2» inches, one year H0.00 40 inches, »ne year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 5' per line each insertion. DAILY ANI V/EEKLY TKANBCKIPT. Professioaal Cards 1-25 1 inch, one month 1.75 2 Inches, one month 3'25 8 inches, one month 4.50 4 inches, one month 5.25 5 inches, one month 6.00 10 inches, one month 10.50 90 inches, one month 18 00 40 inches, one month 32.00 DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Caids, 1 month fl.i* 1 inch, one month 1.&0 2 inches one month, 2.75 3 inches, one month 3.50 4 inches, one month, 4.25 6 inches,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

JOB PRINTINC THE TMSi BIPT JOB 0FF1C. S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee LATEST TXJ£B CARD. Two Tkromrii Trains Daily. 2:46pm :25pm 6:25prn 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm LvMlnaptla. Arj 8:40am J.v.St. Paul..Ar 4:20pm 8:40pia 8:**0aiD Lv Di)luth....Ar,ll:10ara Lv.AHhlttud. Ar! 8:15am Ar.ChicttKO ..LT| 5:00pm 7:15am 10:0."ium 10:40pni Tickets sold and baRgnne checked through to points in the United Stfciet) and Canada. Clone connections made in Chicago with all rains going East and South. For lull information apply your nearest ag*nt or JA8. C. POND, Gen. Rati, ar Tkt. Agl, Niluauk*»,Wlt Passsenper Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. 'o. 1 Pacifle Mail Jo. 5 Fargo Passenger So. 7 Dakota Kxpress No. 67 Staples Accommodation. 1o. 11 Brainerd Jo. 101 Morris 8:07 p. m. 1:20 m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 p. m. 3:80 p. m. 8:80 a. m. EAST BOUND. 2 Atlantic Mail 2:05 p.m. io. 6 St. Paul Mall 1.40 p. Jo. 8 St. Paul Express 8:05 a. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

3*v .. -i fcr^ ^*©*£5 mm *m, 3 Kt\ Motley Items. W. H. Benson rode back to Staples with Rev. E. H. Nicholson Sunday. The ball given by S. Francisco In •C Backer's rink last Friday night, 'WHS well attended. Miss Hannah Abrabamson went up to Staples Monday afternoon. W. II. Benson was in Brainerd on business last week. Mrs. B. F. Hartshorn, who bad been up to Wadena visiting with her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Miller, made a short visit with friends in Motley last: week, before returning to her home at Pliilbrook. Mrs. Mary Johnson wentto Brain erd Monday to visit with friends. Chas. W. McMillin started for Ma­ son City, Iowa, Monday evening, Murch 18, to see Ills brother John, who was reported very sick. The following are the town and village officers that were elected Tuesday, March 12: VIL.LAGK. President council. W. Jacobs trustees, (!. H. Hodge. F. Houston and E. Knudson recorder, W. H. Benson treasurer. G. VV. Mosher: justice of the peace. A. L. Cole con­ stable. James VVnlttord. TOW...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

an JEM, A Pleasant Day For Elec­ tion and a Large Vote is Polled. The Smoke of Battle Has Cleared Away and Here is What Remains. Tuesday was a favorable day for election, it being clear and warm as could be wished for. The voters turned out early and those who did not get there soon eno'ugh were brought in carriages. The mayor and assessor had a walk away neither one having opponents, while for clerk, treasurer, alderman at large and justices of the peace there was a red hot fight and about 950 votes were polled—77 more than were polled'-'it the November election. For clerk it was a three-cornered tight between Brown, Hall and Schallern and resulted' In a tie between the last named who each have 319 votes. Robert Herron did not have an easy job in being elected treasurer but managed to get 6 votes more than Paul C. Gaethke. The justice fight was unusually hot between Gnudet. Shaw, Houde and Trebby and resulted in the first two named receiving large majorities over their opponents. F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

v- A a I I THE LEGISLATURE Charter Bill Discussed in the Senate to the Exclusion of All Else. MANY AMENDMENTS PROPOSED. House Motion to Investigate the Came Commission Defeated. 'ST. PAUL, March 20.—The sennte put in all day Tuesday upon the chiirter biil, but has not yet finished the re vi io", although they have gone through it OIK ll e. There area number of amend in lit^ already proposed which make material differences iu some of the pro­ visions and which wi.l be considered ill connection "with chapters or subjects as a whole. Chap. 15, relating to eminent do iiii and local improvements and as srfmints, is not satisfactory to a num­ ber of the senators. There is also a dif­ ference of opinion upon the chapter re- lnting to waterworks, and Senator Pot­ ter has a substitute for the entire chap­ ter. During the reading of the bill a lumber of minor ciiauges were decided uiou. Other Senate Slattern. S. F. 58a, relating to forestry, was. .upon motion of Senator Allen, made the specia...

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. — 22 March 1895

A DISAPPEARANCE. A man of English descent who lived In the old oounty of Dorset, Md., several years ago, was known by the name of Bennett Bendle. It had never been dis­ covered during his childhood or vigorous manhood that the bestowal of the double by his sponsors in baptism had con­ ferred any power to be bewitched or be­ deviled in such a way as to make him the •ubject of wonder and speculation in all the countyslde. Yet the mere mention of that name, for years after tho baffling event that brought him in to sudden funio, Was enough to make the pious preachers and even the presiding elder of tho "dees trick" edge their chairs closer within the ndius of the cheery hearthstone's blazing oak logs and Bnuff tho candles quickly to dispel ail lurking shadows. On a little crcek tributary to the Chop tank, the Indian uume for Blue water, on the eastern shore of Maryland, there stood one of those primitive and picturesque Windmills of which there are a few sur­ vivals in tho country today...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 March 1895

A My uacle, Ruben Van Note, fall In love frith Priscilla Jan the very first time, and •s be was not the kind of a man to waste snuoh time in courting he chose this way of proposing. Priscilla wore a gown of muslin, and at the belt hung two scarlet pockets, as was the custom in those olden times. Ru ben, having penned a declaration one aft­ ernoon, took the opportunity (for he was a timid man) of slipping the note into one of these pockets when she was not look ing. Then he took his leave and waited pa tiently for an answer. But none overcame Poor Ruben was not one to risk his (ate a second time, and he ceased hie visits to the home of the Jans. Aftei •while be went away to England, and Newport knew him no more. He be 4»mn rather celebrated as a scientific man The bashfuJness of youth gone by, he became a grave, gallant gentleman of the o'd school, and he had his admirers even among our sex, but he never fell in love, and he never married. At 62 years of age he took it into hi* bead ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

I •s ft 1 VOL. 225. mam LOSS OF A MILLION Plant of the Reid Packing Company at Kansas City Destroyed. HIGH WIND AIDS THE FLAMES. Strenuous Efforts of Firemen Unable to Stay Their Progress. KANSAS CITY, March 25.—At 6:80 o'clock afire broke out in the hog build­ ing of the Reid Packing company's plant at Kansas and Railroad avenues, Kansas City, Kan., and almost the en­ tire group of buildings was entirely de­ stroyed, causing a loss of over $1,000, 000. The following buildings were de­ stroyed: The 8-story hog building, the storage building, four stories high, five icehouses, the enginehouse and the beefhouse. When the fire was discov­ ered a watchman telephoned for the Kansas City (Kan.) fire department and a general alarm was sounded. The flames spread over the top floor of the hog building With Incredible Rapidity, the flames feeding on the meats and oils. Before the firemen had laid a line of hose the roof had fallen in. The flames from the hog building com­ municated with the e...

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. — 29 March 1895

LEGISLATURE Senators Recommend For Pas­ sage the Bill Raising the Age of Consent. HARD FlGHT MADE AGAINST IT. House Passes the BUI For a Hard Fiber Twine Plant at Stillwater. ST. PAUL, March 25. —The senate Sat­ urday afternoon, after a debate of some length in committee of the whole, decided by a vote Of 23 to 12 to recom­ mend for passage the bill known as the age of consent bill. In brief, it pro­ poses to raise from 16 to 18 years the age at whioh a female can, in con­ templation of the law, consent to sexual intercourse. It is an amendment to the section of the penal cod® on the subject, and the penalty for carnally knowing a female between the years of 14 and 18 is imprisonment in the state prison for not less than one nor more thau seven years. No measure pending before the Min­ nesota legislature has received so much attention from the people of the state, if the number of petitions presented to the senate can be considered evidence of popular notice. From the early days of ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

REFUSED TO MOVE Big American Uner St. Paul Not Launched as Per Programme. STUCK FAST TO THE WAYS. I arge Number of Visitors Present to Witness Her Initial Dip. PHILADELPHIA, March 26.—The big American line stanier St. Paul was not launched Monday. At the 11th hour she di appo nt her owners, the Inter­ national Navigation company her buiiders, the ssrs. Cramp, and the Vast multitude of humanity waging to witness her initial dip, by relusmg to budge an inch from tiie ways. When the schedule time—1:15 p.m.—arrived the yard was crowded with thousands of sightseers the river was dotted with craft bearing distinguished visitors, and Miss Frances C. Gr scorn, surrounded by a part of friends, stood on tho chris­ tening stand swinging the bottle of champagne which was to Give the Ship Its Baptism, and awaiting the signal to give it its name. The props were knocked away, the last log sawed and all eyes were directed anxiously to the mighty hull, but she did not move.' Then an inves­ tigation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

t* CANADIAN BOW. Official Circles at Ottawa Sur prlsed at Manitoba's Declaration. THE OUTCOME MUCH ilN DOUBT. Situation Admitted to Be Preg­ nant With Critical Possibilities. OTTAWA, March 27.—The news from Winnipeg that Premier Greenway has declared that "the governor general's order will he rejected in its entirety" .(meaning the order to grant remedial legislation to the Catholics in the mat­ ter of separate schools), while not unex­ pected, has created great excitement in official circles. It is admitted that the -situation is pregnent with critical pos sibilties and that much depends npon the action of the Dominion government. It is, of course, possible that the Mani­ toba legislature may shelve the question for a year, as the federal parliament JHM MO Jurisdiction till the government of the province acts or refuses to act on the remedial order. Bat this seems hardly likely to happen, judging from the reports of the feeling among the majority of the people of Manitoba. Assuming...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

RED HOT ANSWER Organ of the Manitoba Gov­ ernment Replies to the Remedial Order. REFUSES TO OBEY OTTAWA. Principle of Equal Rights Is Dearer Than Confeder­ ation Itself. WINNIPEG, March 28.—The remedial order on separate schools does not come up in the legislature for several days, hut it is nevertheless the one topic of the day here. Both the government fend opposition are holding freqnent caucuses, and what the outcome will be is difficult to predict. One thing is cer­ tain—the Manitoba government yill re­ sent the interference by Ottawa*on ed­ ucational matters. There is every indi­ cation that the policy of the opposition in the legislature will be to advocate some modifications in the school law. In other words, some sort of compro­ mise. The opposition of Premier Greenway and the government is clearly ontlined. The newspaper organ of the government has this official statement under the heading: "Manitoba'* Answer." "The remedial order has been read in the legislature. We are a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

It 1ITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY TMB f*ANBC*trr FOB. CO. PVMiffUIKD EVESY FRI0A.V. SUBSCRIPTION: Ow fwr •is mviito*. ft fee months.. *nVKBTI8mG RATES U)W LITTLE FALLS, ADVERTISING BATES. WKEKLT TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r .$5 00 inch, one year.. Inches, oneyear inches, one year 600 10.50 ,15.00 3 4 5 int-hea, one year 10 inches, one year 16.00 20 inches, one year .60.00 40 inches, .me year 100.00 inches, one year ..18.00 .21.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards.. 1 inch, 2 inches one *i it?!ventions. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Catds, 1 month fl.ut 1 inch, one month 1.B0 2 inches, one month, .2.75 8 inches, one month 3.50 4 inches, one month, 4.25 6 inches, one month, 5.00 10 inches, oae month, 8.50 20 inches, one month, 15.00 40 inches, one month, 25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line gh insertion, or 20 cents per week. Harry Hay ward writes to Miss Perry, ...

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