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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 April 1895

si S L^-.r Page QUKRTZITE Now On Exhibition at St. Paul —Comparative Qualities. The Pioneer Press of Thursday, in its write up of the paving exhibition at St. Paul, devotes considerable space to the Little Falls stone and says: There was an exhibit made by Roth well & Co., of Little Falls, Minn., of the new "quartzlte" re­ cently discovered about ten miles from Little Falls. This discovery has set the geologists agog, and they have not yet been able to determine exactly how to classify the stone. (Sty Engineer Cappelen of Minneapolis, however, experi­ mented with the atone as a paving material, and holds that it is the ideal paving block. It possesses a remarkable uniformity in color and texture, closely resembling very fine­ grained granite, and an attractive blueish tint. It has a cleavage in two directions,and is easily prepared for paving on this account. Its characteristics as a reliable paver are its capacity to mistain weight, its fine, uniform grain, which wears eenly an...

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. — 19 April 1895

I 12 FASHIONS. fttl|W9 and riowev —Vivid Color Con­ trasts—Uatrt Biff and .Becoming. Petunia ia a dominant color applied to straw as well as to ilowera and rib­ bon. The ribbons are beautifnl. Besides the chines, the great feature, are the glitoe ribbons and silks, shot, striped and occasionally edged with a tiny line of velvet. The round hat is an attract­ ive shapo of tho season, and tin: •Straight rom:i ini ia n:obt beconmi':. In ouo example it Las boon produced in A peculiar way, linca of plaitod rush radiating from tho crown to the edge TOQUE WITH JET BOA. and leaving interstices between. Plait ings of black chiffon and bouquets of flowers fall from the hats and bonnets on to the hair at the back, and ostrich feathers, falling and erect, are a feature in this beautiful millinery. Buttercup straw is used, trimmed with Valenciennes lace, and a delight­ ful shape has a square petal cut distinct from the rest in the front of the brim, the lace bows introducod beneath it so tfaat it...

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. — 26 April 1895

VOL. 25. FIVE STRUNG UP. Alabama Negroes Lynched For the Murder of a Pop­ ular White. THREE WOMEN AND TWO MEN. Their Victim a Nephew of the Late Governor Watts of Alabama. ST. LOUIS, April 22.—A special to The Republio from Greenville, Ala., says: Two men and three women were lynched near here during the morning. The five were arrested near Butler Springs, charged with the mur­ der of Watts Murphy, a young man of prominence and a nephew of ex-Gov­ ernor Tom Watts. They were John Battler, Zed Calley, Martha Greene, Alice Greene and Mary Deane. An­ other negro man, who was also impli­ cated, made his escape. The murder of young Murphy was most brutal. After he had been killed the body was placed in a brush heap and cremated. One Negro Confessed and an examination of the place re­ vealed the teeth, liver and heart, which, the report says, for some reason failed to burn. The confession was made by Battler, who implicated the others. Butler Springs is lt miles from here. A posse who had ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

2 THE LEGISLATURE Both Houses Put in a Long Day and Transact Consid­ erable Business. ANTI-POOL BILL APPROVED, Senators Kill the Freedom of Markets Bill After a Hard Fight. ST. PAUL, April 22.—The house worked faithfully Saturday night until nearly midnight, and over 80 bills were passed at nearly as many more ad­ vanced to third reading. T!K re was quite a fight over the Miithieson bill to provide for the in spe. tion of milk and dairy herds in cities, but Dr. Zier made a speech which showed up the danger from tuberculosis so plainly that the opposi­ tion wilted and the bill was passed. Th re was another fight over the pool room bill and the opposition was out­ generaled and the supporters of the bill, under the leadership of Mr. Jacobson, carried the day. First they knocked out the amendments of the Louse com­ mittee, then the bill was passed, only four members voting no. In the evening general orders were considered, with Mr. Warren in the chair. The committee waded through some ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

GROVER IS WROTH Wrong Interpretation the Silver Letter of Sec­ retary Morton. NOT THE PRESIDENT'S IDEAS. When He Has Anything to Say He Says It on His Own Account. WASHINGTON, April 23.—The state­ ment which Secretary J. Sterling Mor­ ton gave to the press lust week o£ his views upon the financial question has been interpreted by the press very gen­ erally as an utterance made on behalf of the president and expressing the president's attitude. This inference •was based ^largely upon the circum­ stances that Secretary Morton made public his statement so soon after his return from the White House, where lie had been in conference with the president and members of the cabinet at the regular meeting. The surmise, has proven to be by denials made by both Cleveland and Secretary Morton. The president's statement, which was given to the Associated Press by Private Sec­ retary Thurber, follows: "I am in no manner responsible for Mr. Morton's interview and knew noth­ ing of it until I read i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

JACKSON DECIDES. Question of Rehearing Income Tax Cases Rests With That Jurist. COURT AT PRESENT A TIE. May 6 Set by the Chief Justice as the Day to Hear Ar­ guments. WASHINGTON, April 24.—The United States supreme court, through Chief Justice Fuller, made the following or­ der iu regard to petitions for a rehear­ ingot the income tax question: ••The consideration of the two peti­ tions, (the income tax petitions) for re­ hearing is reserved until Monday, May 6, when a full bench is expected, and in that event two conn salon aside will be heard at that time." Although the order does not explic­ itly so state, it means that argument will be heard, not on the merits oi the tax question itself, but on the question •whether or not there shall be a rehear­ ing of the suits heretofore decided. This argument, it is expected, will in­ clude the extent to which tlin rehearing shall go, that is, whether it shall ba confined merely to the point on which the court was evenly divided, the consti...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

Y«. CONTROL THEN. P. Said That Henry Villard Is to Resume Management of That Road. THE RUMOR NOT CONFIRMED. Receiver Payne Declares He Knows Nothing of Such a Scheme. ST. PAUL, April 25.—The statement is made here that Henry Villard is again to secure control of the Northern Pacific. It is openly stated in this con­ nection that the deal has been com­ pleted and that the famous financier has come to this country for the pur­ pose of making arrangements to wind up the receivership and assume the di­ rection of the property. This, it is said, has been accom­ plished through the efforts of the Deutsche bank of Berlin, which has been Villard's backer ever since his connection with the Northern Pacific began. Twice has he enjoyed control of the road, once at its beginning and once later. Each time, it seems, he has had the American stockholders to con­ tend with in his efforts to look after the interests of the bondholders, who are represented by the Deutsche bank. A Game of Freezeout. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

JOB PRI NTINC THE TMSiiBfft JOB OFFlCi 9 SYPPL^ED "^ITH NEW MATERIAL, TROUGHOUT. HEAT* CHEAP AND RAPID frrr nmm (Northern Pacific R. Co., Latwe.) T. AT-TrmatT' TTfcril CLAJRID Tw» TfctMflfc Tr«i»i Daily. 2:45pn :36pm 6:26pm 7:16pm 4:06pm 7:15pm 10:05am Lvlf inapt Is.. Ar Lr.St. Paul..Ar f,T.Duluth....Ar Lv.A8hlaa4.-Ar Ar.Chicago ..Lv 7:lKam 8:40am g:IOam 11:10am 8:16am! 6:00pm 4:20pm S:40pm 10:40pm ""Ticket* «old and baggage checked through to point, in the United States and Canada. Close connections made In Chicago with all For ?n»UfnformaUon apply yonr nearest ag€ U.n°Pa,...rd TH^l»S,WZ, PassMBger' Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. 'o. »U. 1 Pacific Mall Jo. 5 Fargo Passenger So. 7 Dakota ExpreM.......... No. 67 Staples Accommodation 4o. 11 Brainerd 0.101 Morris 8:07 p. m. 1:20 m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 p. m. 8:80 p. m. 8:80 a. m. BAST BOUND. 2 Atlantic Mall ?:!£pm •0. 6 St. Paul Mail l-4p-111 Jo. 8 St. Paul Express 3:05 a. m. •'o. 6!^, Minneapolis accommodation 8:50 a. m. 12 Arrives from B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

W PROCEEDINGS llMOBEISON COUNTY, MINN- BF3CIAL SESSION. April 11» 1895. County Auditors office Little Falls Mian., April 11th, 1895. The board of county commissioners of Morrison county met at the office of the county auditor for the purpose to examine and consider the applications for grass seed filed with the county auditor, pursuant to the provisions of H. F. No. 337. an act to furnish grass seed for distribution in certain counties afflicted by forest Dies during the seas­ on of 1894. Present Commissioners Jacobson LaFond, Sheedy and Hennen. Frank Ellenbecker, County Auditor. The board was called to order Chairman Jacobson presiding. The following applications were con' sidered and adjusted by the board, and the amount of money determined to which each applicant is entitled as follows to-wit- a a 3 a a. Amt. and Name. CULDKUM. 17 Stevens 18 Gen Chambers 19 Peter Meyers *20 Andrew Olson 21 Ole Berxatrom 22 AOhauioers •J8 HJ Kosobuki 24 Teofel Rutz 25 Martin Kntz 26 LouU Larson 27...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

I "ki.y/ 4 &wt ,®l sH/ $•: W *1 WILL SOON BE RUNNING In the Six Day Race—May 6th to 11th. It is Expected that the Re­ cords Will Re Lowered. The Interest in the six day race is increasing as the time draws. ne«r, as Manager Van Camp is kept busy answering letters asking for terms, particulars, etc., regarding the big race. H. O. Messier, writes he will be here nest Sunday, and Roy Johnson writes, he will be here May 1st. Below .in a list of some of the recor' of those who will 'be here: A Will A. Smith of this city, who at present holds the world's record for six days, is training hard, run­ ning from ten to I twenty miles a day and feels confident of being in condition to make the race of his life the week of May 6th to 11th. We give his picture and a short sketch of him here, he being a Little Falls resident, and we expect to see him bring our city out to the front with chaui|iiiiiiship honors. Mr. Smith has run in all the largest cities in America and competed forchampion shi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

ip" ip, ssife 14 7 »?y. ..Hp Mdl ,' .-.*' Iptev:- m4"'-'• •-. liiirtiiafii^'ijiim iiim KAPGLEOif BONAPARTE. nf^-.^^-B^V^X- J0E Petitions to Be Sent to Organ- ize the Turkish 'Army. QUELLS REVOLT OF THE SECTIONS. .Regret That He Was Compelled to 1£111 Frenchman—Joachim Marat Appears. The Sv7ord of Count Beauharnais—Fall* In Love With Josephine. ^Copyright, 1S05, by John Clark Ridpath. 1 IX.—BEGINNING OP OUDKR BY TUK SWOUD. The motive of Niipoleon in refusing to accept an LouorabJe appointment in tho field gives rise to speculation. His ac­ tion reveals both character, and policy. Ho deemed it not expedient to change from artillery to infantry, unless to the independent command of an army. lie now foresaw tho tremondous opportuni­ ties about to be afforded to military gen­ ius. War was to be the order of the day, not only for France, but for all Eu­ rope. The field opening for the Army of the West was narrow. A general in that quarter must assail Frenchmen only. In La Vendee there was...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

6 FIBH. The UrgcM Catch oi the Beaton Made Saturday 'Might. A rauskolonge, over four fe«t long, a spear and tiphing tackle decorate the window of the Hotel Buckman Ham pie room, and thereby hangs a tale. On Saturday night Aid. F. F. Turner and Russel Baker went out spearing on the Mississippi near the island, the boat being managed by J. P. Frampton and CvVan Buskirk. After spearing for sometime, Mr. Frampton steered the boat within about one hundred feet from the island, and here the fishermen spied lying quietly on the bottorh of the river what appeared to be a inuska longe of leviathan proportions. The fish wiggled his tail and both men speared at him. The waters were troubled immediately and Baker held onto the spear and Turner onto Baker until both went partially into the water. They let go and the fish continued his coiirse for shore with the spear still sticking in him. He did not stop when he reached high water mark but went on into the brush. Turner and Baker then murmered ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 April 1895

ssfV*1 &'.' f' a rV 48 PROPER SIZE OF BEEHIVES. Southern Apiarist Gives His Experience on This Subject of General Interest. Apicaltnre is lilco some other profes­ sions in the way of progress, which seem to proceed, as it were, by a sort of ebb •nd flow. At ouo time it is ten frame hives, then "new idea" hives of a sin­ gle story of 20, 80 or *40 frames, these to relegate to the rear to give place to hives of eight frames, and now these latter will most likely pass with the ebb for the flood tide to bring forward the ten framo hive again. A Georgia corre­ spondent of The American Bee Journal, Who in 1870 discarded the old box hive In favor of the ten frame Langstroth hive, gives his experience in hives as follows: The ten frame Langstroth hive gave me good returns, but I wanted to do bet­ ter, so when General Adair brought oat bis small pamphlet on his "New Idea Hive" I applied the "idea" to the Langstroth frame. Adair's frame was olose fitting all aronnd, something like a secti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

irf' IvP AW 4*: •V.) /tr I 1 ft I iW' QUIET AT CORINTO British Flag Floating and Their Officers Organizing a Government. NO LONGER A PORT OF ENTRY. Action of the JNicaraguans Puts a New Phase on the Situation. AWAITING FURTHER ORDERS. British Admiral Undecided as to Occupying More Territory. NEW YORK, April 29.—A special to The World from Corinto, Nicaragua, (by special courier to Paso de Caballos, April 28,) says: The town is perfectly quiet. The British are organizing their govern­ ment. An officer of the crtiiser Royal Arthur tells The World correspondent that the nest two days will decide whether they occupy more territory, including Paso de Caballos, or with­ draw altogether, as important tele* grams are expected from England. The messenger who takes this carries two telegrams from General Stephen­ son, one for the British, foreign office, the other for the admiralty office. ALL ANXIOUS FOR PEACE. Why Gresham Tried to Secure Delay Car Nicaragua. WASHINGTON, April 29.—The dis­ p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

wi£rmT''mm mp, ft# *-ft' FINANCIAL FOLLY. ENGLAND'S GREAT COMMEftOML 'PA­ PER CRITICI6E8 GROVER'SMEWODS. Any Schoolboy In VIIHM WWW B«w Made Bettor Arrange menti—The Dflttah Bankers Meed Mot Expect teBeiPald la Gold—A Point of Interest to«ther Wen. We do not wish to press further the point we raised last week as to ithe true character of the new United .'States loan. According to President Cleveland's cal eolation, if congress had agreed to make the new bonds specifically payable in gold, the interest charged would have been reduced by fully £107,€00 per an­ num, "amounting in 30 years, or at the maturity of the coin bonds, to $16,174, 770." or close upon £3,236,Gt0, and if, after having deliberately elected to pay that sum in order to have the option of discharging the claims of the bondhold­ ers in silver coin, the government and the legislature should still eleot to pay in gold coin it is certainly not for peo­ ple here to object nor to tell them that they are wasting money. At t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

I N MAY COMPROMISE Proposition Made to Settle the British-Nicaraguan Differences. TROOPS TO WITHDRAW AT ONCE Indemnity to Be Paid and Other Demands to Be Arbitrated. MANAGUA, April 30. —A proposition of compromise and immediate evacua­ tion of Corinto by the British is now under consideration between Washing­ ton, London and the authorities here. The proposition embraces the following essential points: First—Nicaragua is to pay $77,500 at London within two weeks. Second-—The British lorces are to be immediately withdrawn from Corinto, without waiting for the two weeks to elapse. Third—A mixed commission of arbi­ tration is to pass on the demands of Great Britain in excess of the $77,500 claim, such commission is to be consti­ tuted in a manner satisfactory to the United States and Nicaragua. The foregoing terms, it is believed, will be accepted by President Zelaya and his cabinet. It is understood that the suggestion of settlement came from the Nicaraguan representative at Washing­ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

HIGH LIFETRAGEDY iBon of Kentucky's Governor Killed by a Wronged Husband. HIS PARAMOUR ALSO DEAD. Evil Resort In Louisville the Scene of the Double Murder. LOUISVILLE, May 1.—At separate un­ dertaking establishments in this city Jie the bodies of perhaps two of the most prominent people in the state of Kentucky—one that of Archie Brown, sou and private secretary to Kentucky's chief executive the other Mrs. Fulton Gordon, prominent because of her re­ markable beauty and excellent family connections. Tfce story is a sad one and has caused one of the greatest sen­ sations this city or state has ever been called upon to chronicle. The follow­ ing telegram, found in Mr. Brown's pocket, no doubt is the direct cause of the murder: "Don't write any more. Come Tues­ day. Meet me at S. F. M. G." The Tragedy Occur*. Upon receipt of the above telegram Mr. Brown came to Louisville from Frankfort and proceeded to the ap­ pointed place, which is an evil resort at 1025 Madison street, where at 12:3...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

& 0*& r"^» SIX PEOPLE DEAD. Cyclone Season Opened in Kansas by a Storm of Un­ usual Severity. SCORE OF RESIDENCES GONE. A Strip of Country Eighteen Miles Long Completely Devastated. WICHITA, Kan., May 2.—A special from Halstead, Kan., says: About 4:30 p. m. a tearful cyclone devastated a strip of country several hundred yards wide and at least lt miles in length, killing six persons outright and fatally injuring several others, while many received slight injuries. The cyclone struck the house of Mrs. Frye, a widow lady, who lived about nine miless southwest of Halstead, completely destroying it and slightly injuring Mrs. Frye. It picked up the house of John Schultzback and carried it in every direction. The 2-story' house of Joseph Weir was entirely swept away, killing Mrs. Joseph Weir, Grace Weir, aged 11 Herman Weir, aged 5, and a 5-weeks-old baby. Mr. Weir had previously left the house, and when the cyclone struck, was about 50 yards away. He clung to a tree, but was BaAI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

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