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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 21 June 1895

r' VOL 19. lllJu Increase in General Conditions indicate tliat Morrison county will have every reason to have a "jolly harvest festival" this fall. The story of prcttnises of aliuud ant crops is familiar to the eyes and ears of everyone who visits any farm district in the county "or shears the comments of those familiar with the facts. Good news will bear re­ peating, and for that reason the Transcript gives some space today to renewed expressions of the oft repeated story of the indications of good crops. This article also goes much farther and furnishes |reliable news as to the agricultural develop­ ment of the county. A large nura ^trdfsffie'lettdlng farmers^and busi­ ness men of the county today ex­ press, through the columns of the Transcript, their opinions as to acreage, prospects, etc., of crops, thafctogether will generally be ac­ cepted as conservative and trust­ worthy. These letters show that there has been a general increase in the culti­ vated area of the county, nearl...

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. — 21 June 1895

mmi 5'r" 1 GREENWAY TALKS I i: Manitoba's Premier Opens the Debate on the Separate Schools Order. NO DESIRE TO RUSH MATTERS Opposition Claims the Gov­ ernment Has to Pursue Its Policy. WINNIPEG, June 18.—In the legisla­ ture during the afternoon the motion dealing with the separate schools remedial order, aB given ont in the house on Thursday, was the first mat­ ter taken up. Premier Greenway, in moving the adoption of the resolution which was to be Manitoba's answer to the Dominion government regarding separate schools, spoke for three-quar­ ters of an hour, and was listened to with close attention by members and also by a large audience in the gal­ leries. Premier Greenway said he merely proposed to introduce the mat­ ter to the legislature, leaving the full discussion of the subject to members who might follow- him. There had been no desire on the part of the Mani­ toba government so far as he knew, or on the part of their followers, to run hurriedly into the discussion of the im...

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. — 21 June 1895

w:""1 ^'ir Jt NO IMPROVEMENT Treasury Receipts for July, So Far, Are P^o Better Than for May. NO NEED FOR EXTRA SESSION E^ond Syndicate Will Protect the Cold Reserve From Withdrawals. WASHINGTON, June 17.—The treasury receipts from customs and internal revenue so far during the month of June show no improvement over last month, wl/ile the disbursements re­ main practically the same. Thd re­ ceipts from sugar importations are'Mir prisingly low and the expected large increase from whisky withdrawals! has uot materialised. For the first half of the present month the receipts from customs amount to $6,224,725 am from internal revenue $5,197,085, taking the total receipts from customs ior the eleven and a half months of t'/ie fiscal year $146,843,687, and $om internal revenue sources $186,H64,163. 't he pres­ ent deficit of $48,400,950, however, is likely to be reduced by cutting of ex­ penditures to about $45,000,000 for the full fiscal year. Notwithstanding this showing for the year's ...

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. — 21 June 1895

A FREE TRADE IDEA. PROTECTION TO CREATE THE M08T GIGANTIC MONOPOLIES. Sdltor Godkin Wants to Bala Haifa Dosea IndaatrlM For th« Benefit of Om-1b* vlohinff the Few at tho Expenae of the Many* What we -want is free lumber, free glass, free hardware, free varnish, free glneand free ma­ terials of every kind that wo uso.—President of the Sextro Manufacturing Company of Cin­ cinnati. This is an inevitable result of the passage of the last tariff bill, which, although a very mild measure of reform, had the great moral effoct of beading the action toward lower duties.— Evening Post, New York. The Sextro Furniture Manufacturing company of Cincinnati is anxious to se­ cure free lumber, free glass, free hard­ ware, free varnish, free glue and free materials of every kind that it uses in order to enable it to sell its furniture anywhere in tho world. This idea is in­ dorsed by the editor of The Post, Mr. Godkin. Engaged in making furniture in the United States there are 5,638 furniture and uph...

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. — 21 June 1895

MARTIN'S REPLY. Champion of Manitoba's Paro­ chial SchooisReplies to Premier Greenway. GOVERNMENT DARE NOTAPPEAL Claimed That Public Schools Are Not Only Protestant but Unchristian. "WINNIPEG, June 19.—In the Mani­ toba legislature A. F. Martin occupied the entire afternoon session and con­ tinued in the evening in reply to Premier Greenway's defense of Mani­ toba's national schools. He congratu­ lated the premier and attorney general on their secrecy during their last trip East. As to the opposition being afraid of an appeal to the country, he sug­ gested, in reply, that the government was afraid to appeal. It -was a wrong insinuation that the Catholics wanted inferior schools. He claimed that the £atholio schools were equal to the Protestants and in some cases far su­ perior. A Catholic school in Winnipeg hati more than half its pupils Protes­ tants and in a Catholic school in Bran* don More Than Two-Thirds Were Protestants. He spoke sarcastically of the education school inspectio...

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. — 21 June 1895

wil, \l%")/ (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTIONS 0*e year. Stxmuatii*.... line month* DVBHTI8INQ RATES LOW LITTLE FALLS, The state twine plant at Still­ water is receiving: more orders from farmers thau ever Minneapolis is drawing the line rather fine on Sunday saloon busi­ ness. The authorities have issued strict orders to have all front and side doors continuously closed on Sunday, and the saloon keepers have accepted the order literally, and access is obtained only by rear doors- The front and side door regulations were in full force last Sunday, but the rear door entrance was ignored by the police—to tlie satisfaction of authorities, dealers and patrons. Grasshoppers are giving consider­ able trouble near TaylorSs Falls and at other places in Chisago county they are reported numer­ ous in neighboring parts of Wis­ consin. In Chicago county a dis­ trict of nearly 60 square miles is infested with the pests. Prof. Otto Lugger, the of...

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. — 21 June 1895

4P- ..#***• "i: •'i V' •A JO RINTINC THE TRAHSIMT JOB OFFlCt 9 NOW SUPPLIED "WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Dr.Niven June 24. Lemon Bros.' circus will be in Lit­ tle Falls July 18. The latest question: "Will bi­ cycles be allowed in heaven?" The infant child of Joseph'Adams, of Fort Ripley, died Monday. The Diamond Sign jeweler now handles the Monarch bicycle. The Metropolitans to Aitkin from here. Billy Marble.'s Dramatic Co., the Buchanan Comedy Co., the Two Johns Co., and others, are looked for appearance in this city soon. Fergus Falls is raising by subscrip­ tion a bonus of $2,000 to induce the owners of a new business block to include an operk house in their structure. The St. Cloud Times says that Joseph P. Helteraes, deputy internal revenue collector for.this sub-dis­ trict, has orders to move his head­ quarters to Duluth at once. The hose carts and chemical engine have been brightened up with red paint by A. Fleig. There is, of course, nothing suggestiv...

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. — 21 June 1895

I F* £B1 V*'1 ^2 8£®:£i.» iEF^MiSpli K®^1' NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. Great Genius Displayed In Re forming France. if-,AT TE5 SUMMIT OF GBEATNESS. Iff Created Consul For Xlfe by Overwhelming Popular Uecrce—Treaty of Amlen»—Ko« man Catholic KelJglon Restored—Pros* perlty Sin lies on the French. [Copyright, 1805, by John Clark Bidpath.] XIV.—THE CONSULATE. No question with which the First Consul had now to deal was more im­ portant than that of religion. Franco in process of restoration mn.st havo a faith. In the whirlwind of revolution, the old religious institutions of the people had been abolished. "As tome, M. le Presi­ dent," said Naigeon in tho Convention one day, "I am free to avow myself an atheist.'' Procureur Chaumette had had bis placard put over the gates of all graveyards thus, "Here is an eternal Bleep." Atheism had been formally pro­ claimed. In the general anarchy, the Mother Church had been destroyed. Among the masses, however, religious beliefs and hopes were not extinguish...

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. — 21 June 1895

,\ -i •/'. ^•r m, £TA ^*w.**\ 5 j|Tf, V1! BUNIK FOUND GUILTY. It 1* Claimed Technicality May l*et Him Off—Jury Out aSbortTime. The case of Michael Bunik, charged with assault upon August Zmuda, in a saloon row which was described in Thursday's issue, came up before Justice Shaw and a jury Firday afternoon about 8 o'clock. County Attorney Rhodes conducted the prosecution, and Lyon &Trettlethe defense. L. O. Wessel WHS foreman -of the jury. A number of witnesses weie examined, and the evidence seemed all one way. After Mr. Rhodes', remarks Attorney Lyon moved that the case be dismissed on the ground that the prisoner had not pleaded. 'He claimed that the omission to ask the prisoner whether or not he was guilty was fatal to the case. The motion was over­ ruled, the justice holding that the prisoner's request for a jury trial was in the nature of a pleading. The jury then retired and in a short time returned a verdict of guilty. Bunik was fined $25 and costs. His counsel, however, ...

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. — 21 June 1895

ffiv io fhtAi .VI tm A» ffli' lkh fc 4$• ri RAILROAD FREIGHTS. DOES gJ^U ENGLAND REGULATE AMERI­ CAN RO/\D CHARGES? Bates on Foreign Products Cheaper Than ,ftven to Home Goods—Special Favors and Concessions to British Shippers. j"' 'J -I' IMsgrraceful Discrimination. We hope that it will never again be accessary to refer to tho fact that Amer­ ican railroads discriminate in their freight rates in favor of foreign goods. We find,, however, from Tin and Terne, that "the condition is now as bad as it was last year," although there was some improvement in the situation after the action of the trunk lines last January. Tin plate is not the only article of American manufacture that it has dis­ criminated against. In this case, as we have previously pointed out, the manu­ facturers of Pittsburg, when selling in markets not far west, have to compete with Welsh tin plate that is laid down there at a lower rate of freight from New York or Baltimore than tho Amer­ ican plate pays when shipped ...

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. — 21 June 1895

w/ m^t -.wwf "V v" ,s I* THE MJtYOJR WRITES. Mr. Davidioii Describes Mt. Clemen*, the Famous Bummer Resort. EDITOR OF THE TRANSCRIPT: We arrived here on the 7th Inst., and on the 10th Mr.. Thorson and daughters, of St. Paul, Joined us also J. D. Anderson and wife, of Essex, Ont. Mr. Anderson will be remembered by Little Falls people as the first cashier and principal or­ ganizer of the German American National bank. Mt. Clemens is a nice little city of some 6,0U0 population, situated on either side of the Clinton river, some twenty miles north of Detroit and two miles inland from LakeSt. But to return to the city again, a short account of the water, the cost of living, and the time usually taken to take a course of baths, is likely to interest your read­ ers more than anything I might say about the lakes and islands. An analysis of the water shows aB fol­ lows: GRAINS IN IMP. GAL. OF WATER! Sodic chloride 5,957.350 Calcic chloride 4,128.530 Magnesic chloride 1,656.200 Magnesic Bromi...

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. — 21 June 1895

j' Bandall Notes. ,r 8. C. Cochran hung "P his spruce 1 drive about two miles from Little |f,\)Elk mills for want of water. Miss Ina Pakin spent Sunday with friends at Little Palls. W Mrs. Frank Lucas ^Staples tliis week. A party of Randallites picnicked at Lincoln Sunday. 1^0 A few wild strawberries areconiing Into the market here. A R. Davidson and James Gorman Wero collectors from Little Falls Wednesday. Supt. J. H. Seal visaed the Parker town schools Wednesday and found them in a flourishing condition. Paul Gaethkeof Little Falls was in town on busiDCKH TueHday. A Christian Endeavor society was organized in Clough town Wednes­ day night. Several parties from here, were in attendance. A. P. Thelan and son, Marsh, of Little Falls, were visitors town Sunday. Miss Laura Thomas is circulating a petition for the appointment of postmistress, Mr. Paiker, the pres­ ent incumbent having resigned some time ago. 1 Swanville. Crops in this vicinity are looking fine* Dr. Locke passed through ...

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. — 28 June 1895

VOL 19. OUR LINE OF -4 Ball ftjniil&i DA GAMA SUICIDES Noted Brazilian Insurgent Kills Himself After Meet­ ing Defeat. WAS AN ABLE NAVAL OFFICER. Prominent Participant in the Long Struggle Against Peixoto. BUENOS AYRES, June 27.—The in­ surgents under command of Admiral da Gama, in the province of Bio Grande do Sul, Brazil, have been de­ feated by the government troops at Campos. Admiral Osorio was wounded and captnred and subsequently suc­ cumbed to his injuries. Admiral da Gama, finding himself overpowered, committed snicide. General Traveres ATVMTHAT- Nox 'Em All! We have bought too many high priced ones. An $18.00 Carriage for $12.00 HAMMOCKS With every Hammock we give you a pair of stretchers from 60 cts. up to $4.00. CROQUET SETS. Set for it This sale is tor Ten Days only, and for cash. Simonet Bros. {^"Upholstering and repairing neatly and promptly done. gALDAKHA DA GAMA* assumed command of the rebels. Saldanha da Gama was born in Bio de Janeiro, and was descended from th...

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. — 28 June 1895

2 5 HE WILfLEASE IT. ^That's 1 How J. J. Hill 18 to Get ControJ of the North­ ern Pacific. PLANS MATURED, ABOUT But It May Be Some Time Yet Before They Are Put Into Effect. NEW YORK, June 25.—The anion of the Northern Pacific with the Great Northern is about to become an actual fact. But the Berlin plan has been modified. The Northern Pacifio rail* road will be leased by its stockholders to the Great Northern. President Hill, representing the Great Northern, will undertake to pay a rental sum that will cover all fixed charges on the reorgan­ ized basis. The nominal principal and interest of the bonds will be reduced so that the Great Northern can safely un­ dertake to pay interest and make money from the expected surplus. The lease will give Mr. Hill complete con­ trol of the Northern Pacifio, which will be operated jointly with the Great Northern. Hill Muter of the Situation. This is the best the Northern Pacifio stock and bondholders can expect un­ der the circumstances. There may...

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. — 28 June 1895

f' jf J| wwL &?• .- it* *f vM mz 4? tr 1 ^0i *#r%.l vl 'fv ,»'x *rt *. v*» RESULT OF FOLLY. Explosion on the Christopher Columbus While Racing With a Rival. HAD TOO MUCH' STEAM ON. Two Persons Killed and Many Injured and Passengers in a Panic. CHICAGO, June 24.—By the explosion of a steam, valve in the whaleback steamer Christopher Columbus off Waukegata two men were killed and 13 were dangerously or painfully injured. The dead are: Frank Wilson, coalman E. J. Steit, fireman. It was the homeward run of the whaleback in its opening summer ex­ cursion to Milwaukee. About 350 souls were aboard. Flying flags, with music and dancing, was the order of the evening. Half a mile in the boat's wake plowed the rival excursion steamer, the Virginia, which cleans the harbor some 15 minutes after, and had on every pound of steam possible to overtake her competitor. On the out­ ward trip the Virginia had not only held the advantage, but doubled it and the crew of the whaleback were de­ termine...

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. — 28 June 1895

MODEL JERSEY 8IRE. Uloatmtlng Some of the BlnMt Jersey Blood In America. The fine fellow in the picture is now a little over 5 years old. Ab a 2-year-old be went up head among young balls of his breed at the World's fair. He is a southern animal and gives the lie to the oft repeated assertion that Jer­ seys do not thrive in the south. No finer calf of that breed was ever dropped. He mingles in his veins the blood of the family that produced the famous Ten- A DA*CY SIHE. nessee Jersey cow which for a time held the record of being the largest butter maker in America. He shows the per­ fect Jersey form and characteristics,even to the'' crumpled horn." He stands solid upon his short lega His long body is not too slim, his color is almost black and bis tongue and tail are quite black. He holds up his head and reaches out back ward wifrh his hind legs like a spir­ ited hackney horse. Is This Perhaps Oleomargarine? Tho man who happens to possess the secrots of a certain process can go out ...

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. — 28 June 1895

R,PF -:.. •A,*, f-f !i '. ?. •.',••'•-••• ,... i. .' ••,. TO GO IT A10NE. Democratic Silver Men Do' -Not Favor a Free Coin* age Party.' LEADERS ISSUE AN ADDRESS. If Democrats Would Succeed They Must Advocate Free Sliver. MEMPHIS, Jane 26.—Immediately af­ ter the adjournment of the recent sil­ ver convention in this city a number of prominent Democrats who attended that gathering, held a meeting and plans were outlined for an organiza­ tion of free Bilver men within party lines. As a result of this meeting the following address has been gent to Democratic leaders throughout the country: Soon after the adjournment of the silver convention held in this city on the 12th and 18th insts. many Demo crats, representing several states of the unioii, held a meeting here for the pur­ pose of considering the best method of securing the Free and Unlimited Coinage of both silver and gold into full legal tender money of ultimate redemption at the ratio of 16 to 1 without regard to the finanoial po...

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. — 28 June 1895

lA' ft" y&fe fx**-' iM 5 TRANSCRIPT. r- .. *J?. PUB. Co. vk'jKikv&v' W 1'" \f PUBLISHED EVEBY FRIDAY. 'SUBSCRIPTION! myfauu^. «*Vlf TbNtt months.. ADVERTISING RATES LOW. ^LITTLE FALL8, ISO 75 MINN Minnesota will make 30,000,000 pounds of butter this year worth $6,000,000. England will soon have a general election to select a new house of commons. A census of Minneapolis has just been completed py the police of the city, and a population of a little over 201,000 is shown. The latest practical inventions are straw hats made out of wood, and water pipes made out of paper .The efforts of the silver men to make a dollar out of fifty cents .also has its supporters. Robbers have stolen all the money there was in the vaults of the bank at Rainy Lake City— about $3,000. The cashier was knocked insensible, and the rob­ bers met with no resistance. The delegates to the Cleveland league convention, who were op­ posed to free silver made every ef­ fort to give- the tariff question greate...

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. — 28 June 1895

S •i I v*fl •M icflsBlj^ ifllrtifaKTflCTiBiWBWKSilMIMPOiriltroCTBrLlMliJ^^ JO Rl NTINC THE TEiSSUBIPT JOB OFFlCt S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Two children of L. E. Richard have been quite sick with throat trouble, but are now about well. Miss Grace Hill, who has been ill with bronchitis, has about recov­ ered. Fred Stangl has got over his sick­ ness and resumed his,place in the of­ fice of the register of deeds. It would be a good idea to secure the services of James J.Corbettas umpire of the business men's base­ ball game. J. M. Cota contemplates moving his barber shop in a few days to the building next to H, B. Tuttle&Son's stationery store. Miss Anna B. Shier, who was a teacher in the Little Falls public schools about four years ago, was married une 18 at Kasson, Minn., to Mr. C. Homer Lord. There will be a Fourth of July cel­ ebration at John Langer's landing at Fish lake. Various sports, boat­ ing and tiding on the steamer will furnish ...

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. — 28 June 1895

8 ST. V* W ^lh W 4 THE CAMERON DOOM. PACT., 1 tb» B»p«W(o»i» Convention. ,' Jane 25.—A special to =*:. The Dispatch from Washington says: Senator Don Cameron and his friends have taken courage at'the outcome of the Cleveltfhd league convention, and from now on there will be a Cameron organization having for its object the nomination of the Pennsylvania sena­ tor ,to the 'presidency. Chairman Tom Carter of the national oommittee, and Senators Dubois, Teller, Wolcott, Hans* brough and^Pettigrew will help propel the Cameron boom. The scheme now contemplated is for the silver states to hold early conventions next year and instruct for Cameron. This, it is in­ tended, will stir up the Republicans of the Keystone state, and all opposition to Cameron among his home constitu­ ency is expected to be subdued. .Haa Been Working Hard. There is no doubt that Cameron Ha9 been assiduously at work among the country districts of Pennsylvania, and it is said that there is considerable silver feeling ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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