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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 June 1895

go* '/'"X ,f*!'''i v»M!^ hi SCARED BY DEBTS. Paul C. Gaethke Leaves the City and Many Creditors Will Lose. He Owed Upwards of $3, ObO, and Could Not See How He Could Pay. Last week Paul C. Gaethke left the city, but It was not known till Friday that he intended staying away, and that his flight was caused by indebtedness. On Thurs­ day he wrote several letters from Perham, announcing that his debts had overwhelmed him. and that he would pay them all as soon as he could. He also announced that nothing could be gained by attempt­ ing to bring him back to Little Falls, as he would not return alive. He has been a resident of Morrison county for about eight years, and for a time was deputy county treas­ urer under S. Stoll. After Mr. Stoll's death, four year* ago, Gaethke suc­ ceeded to Stoll's fire insurance busi­ ness, and devoted his time to that until a fejv weeks ago, when he went into the saloon business in the Hoff­ man block. For along time he has appafeutly been spending more mo...

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. — 28 June 1895

vfoi jPy. «'t f" I 8$' *fj' &• Cfc\" id ".i! j^,'? NAPOLEON fc" i'jt v^r .. vi v| 4| ,^1^, Imperial Dignity Conferred on "the Man of Ajaccio. yn •-,: PIIJS PBESENTS THE GBOWN. 1 No Raler of Mankind Ever Confirmed by Such Acclaim—Plots Against His Life. PichesfrU, Georges Cadoudal and the Duke of Enghleu Pat to Death. I [Copyright, 1805, by John Clark Ridpath. XV.—SKRA-T-HV EMPEBEUB DES FRAN IVv..-" CAIS? To the''.ancient order in Europe tho appaiitiorf ofBonaparte was intolerable. Hia establishment in tljo Consulate was a menace to all that survived of tho eighteenth century. To tho princes of Christendom the Man of A jacoio appear­ ed at first as an ambitious adventurer. Risen to power, they esteemed him a parvenu aud political bastard. Now •they beheld hiin confirmed by the al­ most unanimous voice of a great people. For him the Gallic enthusiasm burst out in wild" applause. By tbb Treaty of Amiens he was recognized as the follow of kings and emperors. The greatest portent of ...

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. — 28 June 1895

THE HIBSMBIPPI. W. ML, Williams and j. C. Flynn JCttcnd the Improve ment Convention. There were but two delegates from Little Falls at the river improve­ ment convention held at Minneapolis Tuesday. There we're delegates from the various towns along the river present, and an enthusiastic feeling was manifested. C. C. McCarthy, of Grand Rapids, one of the promoters of the move­ ment, made a lengthy address on the resources of the region to be bene­ fited by making the Mississippi navigable. tt Grand .Rapids. E. V. Smalley of St. Paul said two dams would be necessary between Minne­ apolis and St. Paul, one at Sauk Rapids, one at Brainerd, and one ait Little Falls, and steamboat locks would be required at other points, he thought. M. M. Williams, of Little Falls, .thought that the character of the soil and its rocky formation would be conducive to the ready building of locks, and that the proposed work could be readily accomplished. B. F. Nelson and a number of others made addresses fa...

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. — 28 June 1895

sir ms& sjjes$ fits® lr5i' Mfc: t» \. 1 ,! !p^ i%?' jt. ii?:' t' Sfrftf-V- sf &' .,W KI|R6Ni» BROKEN J*W.. Whlch What Jomeph Fimoti Received from his Brother- in-law. Joseph FIraon, or Two Klvers. was inLittle Falls Wednesday on business. .Incidentally he visited his brother in-law, as. Fearinff, the West side barber. The two went around to­ gether and in the evening about 11 o'clock, Fiuion began to speak of going home. Fimon claims he had not indulged to the same extent us Fearing, and was still sober. The barber insisted in having his brother-in-law go down town and celebrate with liim'. The latter re­ fused and began to hitch up his team. Fearing, it is claimed, came up behind him, and struck him so violently as to break his jaw. The fracture is in front, and a very bad one. Fearing claims he struck with his bare fist, but it would take an extremely powerful blow to break a man's jaw in that way. Dr. Fortier dressed the would. The above is Fimon'H story. Fear ing's is ra...

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. — 5 July 1895

VOL 19. 4 Ball & MISSIONS BURNED Damage by Antl-Religlous Ri­ ots at Cheng Tu Fully $5,000,000. DEMONSTRATIONS CONTINUE. The Outbreak Directly Insti­ gated by Viceroy Li Ping Chang. VICTORIA, B. C.p July 8.—Advices from Tokio per steam'ship EiApress of China to June 21: The anti-mission­ ary riots in the Szechuan province oc­ cupy the exclusive attention of foreign­ ers in China. Many deaths are re­ ported, chiefly among natives and Roman Catholics, and the loss of prop-1 erty is estimated at $3,000,000 in the city of Cheng Tu alone. The French mission at this place was established 150, years ago and oiaimed 30r000 con­ verts. The four Protestant institutions were of modern origin. All have been destroyed and their occupants, includ­ ing several ladies, are said to be in ex­ treme danger, though the authorities of Pekin declare that measures will be taken for their protection. The French envoy professes to have absolute proof that the outbreak was directly insti­ gated by the Sz...

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. — 5 July 1895

I*' Gold Silver If ih ivr*'- KU, A STUDY IN METALS. f!24«A DUR Aa' Industrial Comparison SnsgMtod by tlie Currency DUwaulan—Importance of ^r-. Manufacture# to Capital and Labor. Wages In the Mines. According to the 1890 census report the total output of the gold mines was 1,590,869 ounces, of a coinage value of $32,888,744. The total output of the silver mines reached 51,354,851 ounces, of a coinage value of $86,896,988, though the value of all th?&lver at the mine's mouth to the mine owners would practically be about the same worth as the value of the gold that was mined. Combining the coinage value of the gold and silver output in that year, it Was slightly less than $100,000,000, as com­ pared with the output of our manufac­ tures, worth more than $6,250,000,000, as shown below: As far as the average earnings of the employees are concerned, the gold and silver mine workers have by far the best of it, receiving nearly $200 a year more than the average earnings of each man in t...

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. — 5 July 1895

A YEAR'S DEFICIT, Treasury Statement Shows Uncle Sam Run Behind $43,250,000. MORE RECEIPTS THAN IN '94. Available Cask Balance Now Nearly Two Hundred Mil­ lion Dollars. WASHINGTON, July L.—The treasury deficit for the fiscal year just dosed is approximately 143,250,000. This, added to last TOUT'S deficit of nearly $70,000, 000, makes the excess of expenditures oyer reoeipts since June SO, 1892, about $118,250,000. The total receipts of the government this fiscal year, exclusive of postal revenues, amount to nearl $318,000,000, and the expenditures $356,250,000, of which pensions took $141,891,623. Last year the aggregate receipts, exclusive of postal revenues, were $297,722,019, and the expenditures $867,525,279. The receipts this year, therefore, were $15,273,000 greater than last, and the expenditures about $11,275,000 less. 11M Porta! Service Deficit is about $11,000,000, which is consider­ ably in excess of that of any reoent year. The internal revenue depart' ment of the govern...

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. — 5 July 1895

-i! siffe- •. *v- I?- Signs That the Craze Is Coming Once More. SOCIETY In r«in" SKATES GETS Marvin R. Clark, the Blind Newspaper Man, Says New York'i Four Hundred Have Wheels on Their Feet and That the 8port May Be Bevlved In America. New York's Four Hundred have made golf and bicycling fashionablo and are now reviving the once popular pastime of roller skating. For a month past the Berkeley lycoum, a fashionable resort in the metrop­ olis, has been occupied by the ladies and gentlemen belonging to the oldest and best families as what is commonly denom­ inated a roller skating rink, whore the se­ lect few may be afforded the longed for op­ portunity of coming together and enjoying in each other's polite society the fascinating THE FOUR HUNDRED ON ROLLER SKATES, art of skating within doors on the vary tost laid floor, in an extensive hall, which Is always kept at the proper temperaturo and under the necessary and proper re­ strictions concerning the time of skating and manner of acq...

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

mK fv-f^ $9i WM 5f* irsV^i' t". 4 "f i'JP** si'" •'.' Vr 1 F'V *»$i. VK 11* 1 |P« Kltur^ i/f f'' lAV #l 1' VERY SUCCESSFUL Buchanan's Electrocution at Sing Sing Minus Unpleas­ ant Features. THE VICTIM DIED INSTANTLY. Two Contacts Made, but the Last Was Merely Pre­ cautionary. SINV Buchanan's crime was the murder of his wife by poisoning on April 22, 1892. Physicians gave the cause of death as cerebral apoplexy, but later the body was exhumed and morphine found in the stomach. Buchanan was arrested and on trial was convicted on purely circumstantial evidence. Since his conviction his present wife, fvom whom he had been divorced previous to the murder and later remarried, has been untiring in her efforts to have the sentence commuted, but Governor Morton refused to interfere. Mrs. Haehanan Interceded. POTTGHKKEPSIE, N. Y., July 2.—Mrs. Buchanan, wife of the condemned murderer made an unsuccessful at­ tempt to induce Governor Morton to commute lie/ husband's sentence to life imprisonme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 July 1895

Mii'/. I (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT $/}, BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. mr-t? PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. .— SUBSCRIPTION* One yur. atxmuntn* Tbweraonttas.....—..... FI *DVRFTIBINQ'RATE8 IOW. LITTLE FALLS, ISO 7» M1NN The ore shipments from Minne­ sota iron mines are greater than 1 ever before. Rumor has it that the famous Re­ publican Chauncey M. Depew will soon be married, but Chauncey says It isn't so. The state twine factory at Still­ water is now running eighteen hours a day, and will sell all if can make this year. There will be no free silver Re­ publican convention in Minnesota this year. Such a proposition ap­ pears very absurd. During the first six months of 1895 *41 miles of railroad track were laid in the United States 18 miles in Minnesota none in Mor­ rison county. Public sentiment in Minneapolis seems rather to have been on the side of Williams, the convicted murderer of his wife's betrayer, H. W. Thomas. The wife of Champion Pug Corbett is at Fargo for the purpose of getting a d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 July 1895

1 IXTTLE -FALLS TRANSCRIPT By Thk Transcript Pcb. Co. FDBUBBKD EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! Oie year. ... •fx muntn* Tbree months.... 1 60 *dvej»tjbing'batk8 LOW. LITTL^ FALLS, MINN & The ore shipments from Minne­ sota iron mines are greater than ever before. Rumor has it that the famous RE publican Chauncey M. Depew will soon be married, but Chauncey say It isn't so. The state twine factory at Still water is now running eighteen hours a day, and will sell all if can make this year. There will be no free silver Re publican convention in Minnesota this year. Such a proposition ap pears very absurd. During the first six months of 1895 041 miles of railroad track were laid in the United States 18 miles in Minnesota none in Mor­ rison county. Public sentiment in Minneapolis seems rather to have been on the side of Williams, the "convicted murderer of his wife's betrayer, H. W. Thomas. The wife of Champion Pug Corbett is at Fargo for the purpose of getting a divorce. She is not so fon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 July 1895

9:lRam W' 2 *1 v"JL* fl 'f *1 is 4t \«*,L •», fcA I# a£p PfL,:pF JOB i-KNTINC THE TMSLHIPT JOB 0FF1CI S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN "CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lesste.) T.ATTWyP TTlVfTn QAKD. Two fkrugh Tralax Daily. 9:46jpm :26pm 6.25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnaplls., A.r Lv.St. I'aul..Ar Lv.Dulutli....Ar Lv.Ashland..Ar Ar.Cbicago...Lv 8:40am •8:#0maj 11:10am 8:15am 6:00pm 4:2*pm S:40pm 10:40pi Tickets told and baggage checked through to points In the United States and Canada. Close connections made In Chicago with all alna going East and South. For full information apply your nearest agent or Ji8. C. OM, Gen. Pan. a»d Tkt. Agt, Mlwaukt»,VHt Miss Grace Hill has recovered from her late illness, and resumed her duties in the clerk of court's office. Charles B. Lambert and Ellen Olson, both of Little Falls, were married last week by Judge Richard­ son. The circus will be here July 18th, and the small boy is already ...

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. — 5 July 1895

J^'J o' 6 -P iri F* 4 JV JOB i-KNTINO THE TBAHSCBIPT JOB 0FF1C1 S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) T.Armangrn nr-T^arm O-AJRXD. Two Tkreoffb Trtlu S:45pm :25 pm 7:lS»m •ys» '-'.S W Dally. 6.25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnaptla..Ar Lv.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Dulutb....Ar Lv.AnUlaB«l..Ar •r.Chicago... 8:40am 4:29pm *:40pm 11:10am 8:15am 5:00pm Lv 10:40pi Tickets eold and baggnge checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Close connections made in Chicago with all •ina going East and South. For full information apply your nearest agent or JA8. C. OM, Gen. Pa«». *»d Tkt Agt. Milu/au/tie.Vrtl Miss Grace Hill has recovered from her late illness, and resumed her duties in the clerk of court's office. Charles B. Lambert and Ellen Olson, both of Little Palls, were married last week by Judge Richard­ son. The circus will be here July 18th, and the small boy is already figuring on the pou...

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. — 5 July 1895

," u^y i,W ^4s&Widi ,iii IT" 8ft"" r{i4i,j' 1 !s! alum oh tha Sultfect., -4v! CHICAGO, ijuly 2.—The Times-Herald prints dispatches f^om. about a soore of cities on the present condition of trade as compared with what it was a year ago. The general tenor of ^these is that trade is rapidly, healthfully and legiti­ mately reviving. "From New York to San Francisco," says the digest which leads the sym­ posium of specials, "within the last eight weeks there has been an increase in business of at least 33' per cent, and an advance in wages of not less than 10 per cent." New York reports that within the 30 days ending with June the wages of 250,000 workingmen have been materially advanced, while the business done reached an unprecedent­ ed figure. BIG FIRE IN PARIS. Peopld Homelew and Out of Em ployniaut. LONDON, July 2—A Paris dispatch to The Times says that one of the most disastrous tires in years occurred in Godillot's military outfitting establish­ ment, between the Rue Rochechoua...

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. — 5 July 1895

3t SOLEMN SERVICE. Blessing of tbe Banner of St. Xloytiui Young Men's Society. The formal establishment of the St. Aloyeius Young Men's society was celebrate^ Sunday at the German-English Catholic church, Rev. A. Raster, pastor. Two Bene­ dictine fathers will be present to as­ sist the pastor during the cere­ monies of the blessing of the new and costly banner during high mass- The orator for the occasion was Rey. Francis Merschmann, O. S. ft., D. D., who delievered an appro­ priate sermon in English immediate­ ly before the blessing of the banner. Misses Maggie Blake, president Kate Blake, vice-president: Minnie Jansen. secretary of the Y. L. S., served as banner niaids. At 8:45 the members of the new so­ ciety were escorted by the other societies from the rectory to the church, headed by the Harmonia band, which also played during the services. An excellent musical program had been arranged by the able leader of the church choir, W. 4. Butler. The church was tastefully dec­ orated...

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. — 5 July 1895

Most Brilliant Military Episode Known In History. THE CAMPAIGN OF AUSTEBLITZ. Utter Boat of Aaatrlans and Russians on His Coronation Anniversary—Crowned Kins of Italy—Death of Pitt—Personal Appearance at Thirty-five. [Copyright, 1803, by John Clark Ridpath.] XVI —FROM NOTRE DAME TO AOSTEB LITZ. To tbe New French Empire the Con­ sular Republic contributed one fact of transcendent importance. That was the Code Napoleon—a work whi9h the Em­ peror regarded to the end of his days as his greatest gift to posterity. Before the Revolution, France had had as many laws as provinces. The oynical Voltaire declared that in his country the traveler muSt change his code as often as be ohanged horses. The question of unifying and nation­ alizing the statutes of France bad been before the States-General at Versailles. By that body the measure was remanded to the National and Constituent Assem­ blies by these, to tbe Convention by that, to the Directory and by that, to the Consulate. Here, then, bad ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 July 1895

v* ir COUNCIL MEETING. Many Bill* Allowed and Some Mew City Ordinances faaaed. V':''-'': Tho city council met In regular session Mondny evening. There were present Aldermen Turner, Martin, Mecusker, Moeglein and Wright. Vice President Wright pre­ siding. The minutes of the meetings of June 3, 6,10, 25 and 29 were read and approved.' The following bills were allowed: W. S. Bobbins, watching quarantined house of A. Bobbins. $ 19 00 O. W. Selis. hauling chemical engine to West side fire 1 50 Geo. VV, S til well, boarding city prisoners 4 25 W. B. .Jones, plumbing city 3 20 Richard Bros., mdse to city poor 00 Treasurer Morrison county, boarding.city prisoners 17 30 Newman & Buckman, haul- Chemical engine to Adams fire 1 O. C. Trace, professional services to Jos. Kleoppel.... 41 00 Louis Chivriea, watching quarantined house Lyman Root 22 00 Hook & Ladder Co., services at false alarm and Adams fire 5-00 F. X. LaFond, flour t'v city poor by Benevolent Aid society 14 95 Richard Bros...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 July 1895

Sf!C k\i 1 .§) |4V & JEV'8 QAPTURE. I %»'«slafcl|#M. aVe," dM' Mc&iiiley, "that, in Aimeria^ yrem oap^, taisingandtnanu tmr lliieo, just as wefcave capl?tire4 th©.nail, tin* chicory, silk, and carpet Judos tries, and make all otf these things in the end cheaper for o$r peo­ ple. '4, ^votild agree to have the Selfaet linen manufactories in this country in two years and Minnesota covered with £ax in place of cheap wheat if I could dictate the policy. I think that $35, 000,000 a year saved to the United States on linen is worth trying for, and proper protection wottld do it" Mr. Dana tells me that he '''raisfes chicory in bis fabionfl garden at Find­ ing and uses the green tops for salad^ Now conies the news from Nebraska that the state is so delighted -with the protective policy which bronght a great industry into their state that the legis lature has added a bounty on both chic ory and sugar. JM if The $1,000,000 beet sugar plant at ^Norfolk has been found large euongh to man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 July 1895

HP itt fc VOL 19. £*i •A & fv if 5P* 0 OUR LINE OP i'7 5 ?. 4 Ball PI AFTER B00DLERS. Accusations Against* Chicago Aldermen Will Be In­ vestigated. THEY DEMANDED $50,000. Charges Said to. Be Backed by the Most Conclusive Evidence. CHICAGO, July 11.—At the request of State's Attorney Kron, Judge Tuthill has issued a call' for a special grand jury whidh is to investigate charges of boodling in the council. The informa­ tion was given to State's Attorney Kron by H. H. Kohfeaat of this city, and is said to be conclusive in its na­ ture. The evidence was secured throngh a hole in theceiling of Alder­ man Finkler's office in the Chamber of Commerce building, and 4he men agaflhst whom the evidence will be sub* mitted are Aldermen William Finkler of the Twenty-sixth ward and Charles Martin of the Sixth. The charge will be that they We have bought too many high priced ones. An $12.00 With every Hammocs we give you a pair of stretchers from 60 cts. up to $4.00. Set for a Simonet Bros. 1 A...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 July 1895

2 WESTERN STYLE. Attempted Holdup in Chicago Results in an Exciting Street Battle. CROWD JOINS IN THE CHASE. Desperado Finally Killed After Wounding Several of His Pursuers. CHICAGO, July 9.—In Western des­ perado style a man supposed to be C. E. Cole assaulted and attempted to rob P. G. McGloin in his saloon at 64 Adams street, in the heart of the busi­ ness district of Chicago, during the evening. After seriously wounding McGloin the thieS escaped and made the most remarkable race for liberty ever seen in the streets of Chicago. After firing into the mob that pursued bim and seriously -wounding three citizens he was run down and killed by Officer Rosenthal opposite the entrance of the Auditorium on Congress street. McGloin was alone in his saloon when Cole entered and ordered a glass of beer. This was served to him, and he then asked the saloonkeeper to get him gome meat that he claimed to have left in tlie ice box of the saloon. McGloin walked to the entrance of the ice box, and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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