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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 May 1895

JOB PRI NTINC TIE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFlCi S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIMES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) LATBST"TIMi] CLAJRID Twe Tkni|h Trtlu Daily. 3:46pm :26pm 6:25pm 7:16pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnaptls., AT Lv.Ht. Paul..Ax Lr.Duluth....Ar Lv. Ashland.. Ar Ar.Chicago...Lv 7:15am .o. 8:40am 8:80aia 11:10am 8:15am 5:00pm 4:20pm 8:40pm 10:40pm Tickets sold and baggnge checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Clone connections made in Chicago with all ains going East and South. For full information apply your nearest ageut or JA8. C. POND, Gen. Pati. a»d Tkt. Agfc, Passgenger Train Time Table* 8:07 p. m. 1:20 p. m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 p. m. 8:80 p. m. 8:80 a. m. WEPT BOUND. 'o. 1 Pacific Mail So. 5 Fargo Passenger So. 7 Dakota Express No. 67 Staples Accommodation Jo. 11 Brainerd *0.101 Morris EAST BOUND. 2 Atlantic Mail ?:05 p. m. -o. 6 St. Paul Mail i*12p- 8 St. Paul Express. 8:05 a. m. *o. 58, Minneapol...

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. — 3 May 1895

8 PBRBONSL9 E. Roth well made a business trip to Perhum Monday. B. Burton returnee1 from Minne­ apolis Monday evening. .H. Diedrick returned to his home at Melrose ou Thursday. Mrs. A. 0. James went to St. Paul on the afternoon train Tuesday. Ben Malum went to Brainerd on his bicycle Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dr. Fisher, of Le Sueur, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. K, Geer. Andrew Itinff went to Wadena Thursday to figuic on some brick work. Mrs. Richard Lee came over from Long Prairie ou the afternon train •Tuesday. E P. Adams was at Burtrum and Swanvilie Monday on professional business. S. P. Brick and family went to St. Cloud Saturday to spend Sunday with friends. J. W. Word came over from Sauk Center Saturday to spend Sunday with friends. Ole Lysne went to Brainerd the afternoon train to spend Sunday with friends. •Judge O. M. Metculf, of St. Paul arrived Monday evening and is t.ie guest of Jno. A. Uerkey. Chas. E. Yasaly, who visited his parents in thiscity for several we...

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. — 3 May 1895

CITY FINANCES. Review of City Treasurer's Report and City Clerk's Books. The Expenses for the Past Year were Reduced in Many Items. The annual report of City Treas­ urer Casey iB published in this issue, and a very plain statement of the city's finances is given as far as the treasurer's books can show. The receipts of each fund are the most important information to be gained from his statement, as the payments made were to a great extent on or­ ders issued during a period previous to the one covered by the report. In both the revenue and poor funds there area largenumber of outstand­ ing orders—stated by the treasurer to be $15,078.57 for the revenue fund and $576.82 for the poor fund. The receipts and disbursements of the revenue unci are of the most interest, and comparisons with the former year are valuable. The receipts for the past year were $18,922.85, and the receipts for the previous year were .|18,S19.61. The year ending April 1,1894, began with $1,032.34 in cash and close...

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. — 3 May 1895

rWW7 /^'V. V'... Ml, '.:• mW,r 1894. March 31 April 5 do 26 May 7 June 11 do 19 do 80 Deo 24 1895 jan 25 Feb 23 Mch 11 Mch 15 Apr 2 do do June do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do June do do ni* do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 2132 2387 2449 June 25 do do do do do June 29 do ANNUAL REPORT S. P. Casey, as Treasurer of the City of LMe Falls, Minnesota, from March 31, 1894, to *pril 1st 1895. CIT^Y RE\ENUE FUND. Receipts. To cash on hnnd summons Justice fines .1 Gross show license Hftlstead dog tux Gross show license Joseph Meyer county treasurer John Dolan. liquor license Reint Mnrrotte do Ensene Pilon do Joseph Bockhomi do do do do do do Bourassa do do do Ed McDonald Kuklinski Hennen & Valentine liquor license do July 10 Lars Hanson do 11 A Forepaugh circus license do 12 Phelix Cardinal liquor license Carlson & Olsou rio 20 EG Anderson do 28 I Ryan museum do 31 Kyan & Monohan liquor license Sept I ...

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. — 3 May 1895

CONFERENCE OF PRIESTS. The PriwjU of the Ht. OUad Diooese Parishes to be Incorporated, the Property Holff by the CoBgregAtloM. and About fifty Catholic priests of this diocese met with their bishop at St. Cloud on Thursday, April 25, to con­ fer with him regal-dins church af­ fairs, From the account published in the St. Cloud Times w® learn that chief of the important questions con­ sidered was that of the advisability of incorporating all the parishes in the diocese under the state laws. The incorporation of all parishes having beea decided upon the priests were provided with the necessary blanks and steps will at 'once be ta­ ken tor the incorporation of the va­ rious parishes. The change is quite important as under the new ar­ rangement the church property of each parish will be placed in the hands of the congregation. Hereto­ fore and at the present time all the church property within the diocese is in the name of the Bishop. As soon as the articles of incorporation have been re...

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. — 3 May 1895

I SP tf. •n¥: T-'- •i'fei-'i }•:v. I: "*fl* 7 p^Mjis »r—i UP TO DATE PHOTOGRAPHS. Thcy Are Cwtljr, bat Their. Charm Mv Be Perennial. Being photpgraphod nowadays is an elaborate process. Heretofore whon a woman wanted her photograph takeWBhe Went to the studio and arranged about the 'eize of the picture and the number she wanted. She gave a reassuring touch to her hair, sat down before the camera, turned her head a littlo to tho right or to the left, as the artist desired, and clamped on either temple, gazed flxedly, insipidly or otherwise, at a spot on tho wall. Now the subject's "possibilities" are studied in detail. Nothing is left to accident. Tho fashionable woman carries her various gowns to the studio with her and tries them on, each in turn, that the artist may decide which suits her best. She pays $50 for the photographs.. Her hair is arranged by skillful hands In different ways, that a style of coiffure may be chosen which will bo appropriate, not only to the contour of her...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

«r mi rafts*- WARSHIPS LEAVE. The British-Nicaraguari Affair Ends by the Evacuation of Corinto. REVISED ULTIMATUM GOES. Central American States Com­ bining Against English Products. MANAGUA, May 6.—The Nicaraguan government, having through the Sal vadorian minister at London, accepted the modified ultimatum of the British government, the dispute between the two countries is practically at an end. Orders were cabled from London to Rear Admiral Stephenson, command­ ing the British squadron at Corinto, directing him to evacuate the port Sun­ day, and shortly after the flag denoting that religious services were in progress on board the warships was hauled down, the marines, who had been drawn up in front of the customhouse, were ordered to return to their ships. A few minutes later The British Flag Was Hauled Down from the government building, and soon the soil of Nicaragua was rid of the British invaders, and the long Strokes of the sailors were sweeping the heavy boats to the warships...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

HUNTING WHALES. IT IS DESCRIBED BY ONE WHO HASN'T DEPENDED ON BOOKS. Old Geographies Responsible For Mack Misinformation—How the Big Fish Is Captured In the Pacific and Arctic Grounds—Exciting: Situations. The ex-huntar of big fishes told about VTHALU hunting JIA was whale hunting. "There—she—blows," ho says, is tho Way that landsmen who know all about whaling from reading geographies and story books would mako tho hail. But those who seek tho whalo in his deep sea lair instead of in books tell about tho sighting of the prey in tlfese words, but with an inflection impossible to reproduce in print, "Oh, b-l-o-wes!" "It was in the old whaling bark Ohio, Captain Ellis," said the narrator, "that 1 made my first whaling voyage. That was back in 188(5. It is Pacific and Arctic whalinpr that I am speaking of. "When cruising in those waters :u search of whales, a whaler always koeps threo nwn aloft during the daytimo. An officer of the ship and that functionary of a whaling expedition known...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

THE STATE LOSES South Dakota Not Entitled to a Part of the Yank­ ton Reserve. SHE CLAIMED 50,000 ACRES. Opening of the Land to the Public Likely to Occur Immediately. WASHINGTON, May 7.—Secretary Smith has decided that the state of South Dakota is not entitled to the 50,000 acres of valuable lands in the Yankton Sioux reservation which the state recently took stops to secure for its own use. The entire reservation comprises about 108,000 acres, and the 60,000 claimed by the state in­ cluded some of the most valuable lands in South Dakota. The reserve was to have been opened for settlement within a few days, but final action was deferred pending the decision of the disputed question. It is now probable the president will promulgate the proclamation within a few days and the opening will take place three days afterward. THE INCOME TAX CASES. Hearing Brgun Before a Full lSench of the Supreme Court. WASHINGTON, May 7.—The supreme court, with its full membership of nine justices on the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

RIOT OF STRIKERS They Attack the Plant©f the Jllinote Steel Company at Chicago. POLICE ARE CALLED OUT Trouble Not Ended Until IWany on Both Sides Were Wounded. CHICAGO, May 8.—A serious :strike occurred at the plaut of tlie Illinois Steel company in South Chicago^during the morning, 1,200 men throwing down their tools and walking out. In the evening a fight occurred in the com­ pany's yards and it was found .neces­ sary to call in .the police. ^.Tie strikers for a time stood their ground against the officers, but were soon routed and driven from the premises. The men most seriously hurt were: Jack .Shep­ herd, a machinist, struck on the head "by a hammer, JEdward Shaska, striker, body bruises Officer Leienciecker, hit with a coupling pin Officer Patrick Mc Cauley, hit in the mouth with a brick. All the officers received bruises and contusions more or less severe from pieces of missiles thrown by the xiot •ers. Many Arrest# Were Made. Twenty-eight men, who are said to have been the l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

4- \f A. R. U. INVOLVED. Illinois Steel Company Em­ ployes Want Aid From That Body. DEBS CALLED ON TO ASSIST. Second Riot Occurs In Which Police and Strikers Are Wounded. CHICAGO, May 9. —Four policemen were injured and one striker fatally shot in a riot of Illinois Steel company Btrikers at South Chicago. The riot followed a mass meeting of the strikers held in Eighty-fourth street. About 500 men were present, and the speeches became so violent and the men so demonstrative that the lead­ ers forced an adjournment. The crowd would not disperse, however, and a riot call brought a detail of 15 police offi» eers, headed by Lieutenant Wagner, to the scene. The police ordered the crowd to disperse, but the order was met with hoots and threats, the women among the strikers daring the officers to shoot. The policemen finally charged with drawn revolvers, and were met with a volley of stones and slag. Lieutenant Wagner and three of his men fell, and the other officers opened fire, sending a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

JOB PRI NTINC •--.f ,r OFFICt S NOW"SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGrHOUT. SEAf, CHEAP AND RAPID. LQiES {Northern Pacific IC*R Co., Lessta,}^ XjASPmOT? TIAEJB3 QABP. Ti»» Tkcnfh TralM Dally. .il:46pm •:25pm LrMlnapcte. .Ar 8:40am 4:20pm :26pm 7-.15pm, fjr.St. Paul. .A* 8:Mam :40pa 4:05pm Lr.Duluth... .Ar ll:10aw :40pa 7:15pm lir.Aalilaa^. •Ar 8:15am 7:15am lOK&am Ar.Chicago.. .Lv 5:00pm 10:40pm Tickets aold and baggnge checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Clone connections made in Chicago with all jUns going East and South. For full information apply your nearest agvutor AS. C. POND, Gen. Pan. t'i Tkt. Agt., H\luiauka*,Vflt Pasgsenger Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. 'o. 1 Pacific Mail Jo. 5 Fargo Passenger So. 7 Dakota Express No. 57 Staples Accommodation 4o. 11 Brainerd *0.101 Morris 8:07 p. m. 1:20 p. m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 p. m. 3:80 p. m. 8:80 a., m. EAST BOUND. 2 Atlantic Mall 2:05 p. m. o. 6 St. Paul Mall 1.40 p. ia *0. 8 St. Paul Express 8:05 a. m. 'o. 5S...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 May 1895

8 Randall Items. The farmers are jubilant over the beautiful ralna the past two weeks. Those that were awarded grass seed from the state went to Little Falls Monday and Tuesday to re­ ceive their allotment. Some that did not have meadows before will probably have one now. Ben Bates took the driving of 300 cords of sprue? on the north fork of the Little Elk for the Hennepin Pa­ per company, he drove as far as Randall and hung up for want of water. Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Offsburg were visiting friends in Minneapolis Satur­ day. Chas. Anderson spent Sunday with Little Fa lis friends. Deputy Sheriff Briggs is looking after parties who are delinquent with Their personal property taxes this week. C. A. Wright, of Duluth, assignee of the Brooks & Co. estate, vrrs in town Saturday looking after his in­ terests here.' There was a couple of young men in town Monday looking up a sight for a saw mill. We did not learn whether they found a suitable location or not. Mrs. G. B. Ogsbury anJ childre...

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. — 10 May 1895

BAD JAILURE. U". P. Clarke & Co. Make a Much Poorer Show of Assests than Ex­ pected. What was Supposed to be the Greatest Fortune in Northern Minnesota Now Gone. Clarke's Morrison County Property Used to Pay His Bank Creditors at St. Cloud. N. P. Clarke & Co. made the ex­ pected assignment Monday, and L. Kells, of Sauk Centre, is assignee. The failure is much worse than ex­ pected, owing to the fact that Clarke's possessions are much smaller than supposed. During the past two years he has disposed of much property for the purpose of paying debts, and now that his firm is forced to assign it is found that lie used most of his former fortune to pay personal and bank debts. According to the most reliable of the many different statements made about the business of the firm of N. P. Clarke & Co., that firm has assets of only about $100,000, mostly in lumber at Minneapolis, and the out­ standing obligations of the com­ pany are $41)5,000. It appears that when N. P. Clarke foun...

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. — 10 May 1895

10 NEW YORK'SBIGFOUK MEN WHO HAVE THE GENIUS THAT COMMANDS ALL THE FACULTIES. Hundred Good Judges of Human Na­ ture Selected to Pick Oat the Foremost Men In New York—Chauncey M. Depew, T. C. Piatt, Henry Clews and Col. McCall. [Special Correspondence. NEW YORK, May (5.—Who is the most brainy among thowoll known men in New York? I have heard that query frequently pro­ pounded, and I havo never heard a satis­ factory answer piven. In almost any state outside of the imperial one, not to speak of a municipality, the problem would lu easy of solution. But. the great metropolis of the new worltI is the Mecca toward which the eyes of the adventurous and the ambitious tiro constantly set. The hold, tho brainy and the brave men from every section of the state, the nation and even T. C. PLATT. C. M. JiEI'EW. tjf the globe come hero In search of fame and fortune. And of all the great men of Gotham who now fill the public eye not ono is a born New Yorker. I have interviewed 100 people during th...

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. — 10 May 1895

WANTS_$I0,000. Mrs. Plielinda Crampton Sues Little Falls for that Amount. Claims to Have Sustained Injuries by Keason of an Icy Sidewalk. Sirs. I'helinda (.'rauipton lias com­ menced a kuU against the city of Little Falls lor damages received by falling upon a slippery sidewalk at the intersection of Broauway and Third streets on February 1894. The complaint recites that on that day and for. three weeks immedi­ ately preceedintf the sidewalk on the soutli side of Broadway and on the west side of Third street were cov­ ered with ice, frozen snow and sleet as were also said streets themselves. So much so that the sidewalks and streets were in a highly dangerous condition. That said plaintiff was traveling Third street, and at the point where the same intersects the south side of Broadway, was acci­ dentally and without fault or negli­ gence on her part, and while un­ aware of special danger precipitated onto said sidewalk with great vio­ lence by lier feet slipping suddenly from under...

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. — 10 May 1895

1 $*fJrW t-' &fc ^V'y 4 12 «VV^S' dp%' Us L£^_iil) /a.*i icil WHEN A COLONY SWARMS. Which OriSors the Proceed ins, the Vao Queen op tilt Worlterit? A subject disoufisod ia tho columns uf The Anivrican Boo Journal, which elic­ ited opinions from soiuo of the best bee­ keepers of the country, "was which or­ ders the swarming—tho queen or.tho "workers. Seven out of 23 apairists af­ firmed that the worker bees controlled tho proceedings, three thought that the quewn leads, several believed that both Worked together, and two did not know. W. M. Burnum said: "I don't know, but I think there is usually an under­ standing between bees and queen. Pos­ sibly the boea create the emergency, and the queen gives the signal." Dadout & Son said: "Wo think they lire unanimous on that point. Tno queen is angry because young queens are reared, and the bees are uncomfortable lor want of room. Mrs. J. N. Heater expressed the opin­ ion that, with a normal first swarm, the queen is among the last ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 17 May 1895

1?v &as£ VOL. 25. T-HE FROST AREA. Temperature Down to Freez­ ing Point in Many North­ western States. CONSIDERABLE INJURY DONE. f\ll Fruit and Garden Truck Ruined and Small Grain Damaged. CHICAGO, May 13. —The weather bu­ reau in a report on the frost says: The frost ar«a reported is unusually exten­ sive and severe for this time of the year, frost having occurred in all of the 15 states for which it was forecasted Saturday morning. In the peach belt of Michigan and cranberry marshes of "Wisconsin temperatures balow freezing occurred and a frost of a killing nature also prevailed throughout Northwest­ ern Illinois, Iowa, Eastern Minnesota, Eastern Nebraska and extreme North­ ern Missouri. Reports from many points in the Northwest are to the effect that consid­ erable damage was done to small fruits and vegetable crops in many sections by last night's frost. Corn in some places has been injured, but may yet be replanted. Other grains are said not to have suffered much. Kansas es...

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. — 17 May 1895

MASQNIC. JUnatiiM of MHOMT T» Ttimtor. Knlf ht* Templars NotM. Freemasonry is something mora than a meeting round the social board, said a visitor at a recent meeting. Having knocked about the world for 80 years and been a Mason for the last six, he ooold bear testimony to the great advantage.lt was to a man as soon as he began to trav­ el. In South Africa his experience was that Masonry was a sure passport to im­ mediate help whenever it was wanted, ev­ ery Mason being ready to do what he could for a brother, even though he had never met him before.—Exchange. St. Louis commandery, Knights Tem­ plars, has engaged a famous band to accom­ pany it to the triennial conclave at Boston. Pittsburg Knights Templars have al­ ready secured subscriptions amounting to more than $50,000 to entertain visitors to the conclave of 1898. R. E. Sir H. Sterling is grand command­ er of Connecticut Knights Templars. All America will be interested in the twenty-sixth triennial conclave of Knights Templars...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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