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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 July 1895

A FURIOUS STORM Wind and Rain Cause Great Destruction of Life and Property. PLEASURE PARTY DROWNED. Their Yacht Capsized on Lake Geneva and Six Meet Death. CHICAGO, July 8.—One of the most furious wind and rain storms known in this Vicinity for years passed over the city about 6 p. in., coining from the northwest. The day had been in­ tensely hot and there were many people out on the lake in sail boats, and as the storm came very suddenly it is feared that several lives were lost. The different life saving crews have been busy all evening tracing rumors of capsized boats, people clinging to planks, etc., and up to 10 p. m. have brought in the occupants of three cap­ sized boats, all in a very exhausted condition. Up to within 20 minutes of the descent of the storm upon the city the sky had been clear and the sun shining brightly. Suddenly Heavy Blnck Clouds began to gather in the northwest, and a few minutes later, a terrific gale of wind, accompanied by a perfect flood of rain and ...

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. — 12 July 1895

*MJ 1» Tt1 fwPa'ri f) r) -fl' ii I5 I i- wl •M FA ••Wf FRANCE VS.BRAZIL Relations Very Much Strained Over the French Guiana Boundary. AN ARMED CONFLICT OCCURS. Complications Likely to Call for the Interference of Uncle Sam. WASHINGTON, July 8.—The strained relations between France and Brazil over the French-Guiana boundary ap­ pears to become more complicated daily. The subject is analogous to the British Venezuelan trouble, in which the United States has taken a hand, and in the opinion of officials here the French contest with Brazil is rapidly assuming an aggravated aspeot, which may again call for the attention of the United States, as the Monroe doctrine applies to one no less than to the other. An armed conflict has occurred in the dis­ puted territory between French sol­ diers and Brazilian. The French gov­ ernment has demanded redress, and the Brazilian congress has passed a resolution couched in sharp language calling for an explanation from France. A cable report from Braz...

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. — 12 July 1895

pi' (1$•V^'^^V'"** 11' V1! '*Ti£f* V^ir'*-*'/rfi 'J'filV* -?j *^^^'4' yUrj^-l'*'^jp'^ A^*i 1 4 J?/ J**"",'^£' -. v'^'V T'V 'r ''•,"•••• 88S SOLD BAD BONDS. Missing Ohio Broker LeaVes Over $100,000 Worthless Securities. HIS VICTIMS ARE NUMEROUS. Three Millions in Paper Han­ dled by Him During the Past Year. CINCINNATI, July 10. —A Commercial Gazette special from Urbana says: Z. T. Lewis, the fugitive broker of Ur­ bana, O., bought and sold over $3,000, 000 bonds last year. The storiesi of hia forgeries are cumulative. First came from Dayton, O., mortgages of |50,000. Then from the Farmers' bank of Me chanicsburg, news of bonds amounting to $15,000. Then came the story of $12,000 bonds held by the Michigan Mutual. Another communication reaches here of $20,000 held by the German National bank of Cincinnati, as collateral for a loan of $15,000. It is supposed that the German National holds spurious bonds. It is known that the other bonds mentioned are spurious. It has also transpired th...

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. — 12 July 1895

it fe6F 11 Ir I I »J p. II fr I fcf SSSG 'fV «?2W fS T, i' FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLI8HED EVEEY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION? One yaar.............................. •'xmuDtn* Tbree months 150 76 APVBRTIBING RATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN The Horr-Harvey financial de­ bate will begin in Chicago on next Tuesday. Minneapdlis lumber shipments for June were over 36,000,000feet, an increase of 15 per cent over June of last year. Wheat fell in price threp cents Monday and four and one-half cents Tuesday. It is easy to argue that wheat ought not to fall in price the buyers and sellers seem to think prices hare been too high. Little is heard this year about the damage on Western prairies caused by Russian thistles. The early season seemed a very un­ favorable one for the weeds, and crops will not be injured by them this year. Whatever the outcome of the Northern Pacific railroad deal, the St. Paul papers will insist that it was all just as J. J. Hill arranged it. It is probabl...

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. — 12 July 1895

,,.svS. A 1' "iV JOB 1-kNTINC THE TMSlfilPT JOB OFFlCt 9 NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Mrs. Jack Sadley, of Becker.Minn., is visiting Mrs. Jerome Mecusker. D, Baxter and wife were down from Ripley to spend the Fourth in the city* As kickers, it is evident that some of our ball players will achieve a national reputation. Mrs. C. B. Buckman and children spent the Fourth with MY. Buckman at the Rice lake drive. The hot weather of yesterday was a boon to the saloons, the refresh­ ment booths, and ice cream parlors. Barney Burton and Hercules Burke had on altercation Thursday after­ noon which resulted in a much dis­ figured face for Hercules. We understand that the stock­ holders of the Germania opera house intend to run that house themselves in the future. Ttfe funniest thing about the greased pole contest yesterday was that there was no grease on the pole. The climber got the cigars just the same. Edward Jones, the phenomenal walker of this city, gav...

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. — 12 July 1895

IBMfflHjf ™r lw -1 *y± I' Sf 1 5 I $ c- 1 I I A *1 •V: I I 4 11 P*' #*r ®5. Irjr,' sJf' •®V ,^ sft si .' 1 *.» 1^7 m" g'W s'Y^T^y£s*Yr^ wpfi'iB Rqp° I*,S(jf!ri:'1)H''^,»,ijv'l''.'y ft 5N »r"- *. A LIVELY SESSION. i.t: :. 'v' *':!fr'*'',:'• Exciting Scenes During the Attempt to Try West Su perior's Mayor. OFFICIAL ACTION CUT OFF. Starkweather in the. Chair and the Meeting Declared Adjourned. WEST SUPKKIOR, Wis., July 9.—The Conuoii meeting last night was very sensational. Ac one tiina two officers presided at once. As soou as the roll •was called Alderman Atkinson roasted the mayor for "presiding at his own trial," and said he- had insulted the aldermea. He moved that the maybr vacate the chair and that the president of the council preside. Mayor Stark­ weather refused to recognize the mo­ tion and Alderman Atkinson called the roll himself and the motion was car­ ried. Wnile the president of the coun­ cil was calling the roll the mayor's friends carried a motion to adjourn. Mayor Sta...

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. — 12 July 1895

FOURTH OF JULY. The Anniversary of American Independence Appropriate­ ly Observed. Thursday, the Fourth of.lulv,1895, opened bright, sunny and warm. The small boy was onini-present, and contributed the proper amount of enthusiasm and burnt fingers to the day. People began to come in early, and by 10 o'clock, the-time for the parade, the sidewalks were filled with people clothed in their "Sunday best." Tiie parade moved at 10 o'clock, and was headed by Chief Marshal Clyde and aides, Patrick Hayes and Ira Li. Warren, the Harnlonia band, the Select Knights, Workman Post, float of young girls representing states aud terrritories, firemen, the Scandinavian Good Templar's lodge and citizens. The procession traversed part of the business section and then gathered before the south side of the grand stand. The childrep on the float sang a patriotic song, and then the Declaration of Independence was read by Miss Rose Yasaly in an ex­ cellent niannei. The important points of the immortal docum...

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. — 12 July 1895

,.j, f! 8,] f] i' I f.l 'f.l -ii •M iff sE $ li I It ni 10 £f W I II I 'W?: 3 Europe Prostrate at the Feet of the Conqueror. CONFEDERATION OF THE KHUE. Ijoaia and Jerome Bonaparte Made Kinffg. Prussians Overwhelmed at Anerstadt and Jeou—Allied Armies Destroyed at Fried laud—Treaty of Tilsit. [Copyright, 1895, by John Clark Eidpath. XVII.—MAFMAKEK AND KINO OF KINGS. Aftor Austerlitz, Napoleon conceded to tho Czar of Russia the prlvilcjc of retiring! Only a month before, Alex­ ander had been in Berlin. Out at Pots­ dam, on tho 3rd of November, ho nncl Frederick William had sworn a secret mighty oath ovor tho tomb of Frederic]: the Great. This conjuration with tho Czar did not now Boom to have been expedient thing! Frederick, supposing that Napoleon was not informed of hi.-J perfidy, sent to tho victor at Auaterlitss a message of hollow congratulation, fhe Emperor, on receiving it, said that Frederick William had written the let­ ter, intending it for the Czar, but for­ tune had change...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 July 1895

COUNTY BOARD. Father Bub i« Honored by Having a Town Named After Him. Many Bills Allowed and Some Rejected by tbe Com­ missioners. Bonds to be Issued—New Jan­ itor for Court House—Bills Allowed. The board of county commission­ ers met Monday morning at the county auditor's office. Present, Jacobaon, Lnfond, Sheedy, Jones and Hennen, and county Auditor Ellenbcker. The petition of John Oliek and others for a road from ne% section 17, township 129, range 30, to section 32 antf 33, township 129. range 31, was granted. Board adjourned to 1:30 p. m. In the afternoon the road petition of John Nienian and others for a road beginning at the southeast corner section IS, township 129, range 31, was laid over until next meeting, as was also the petition of N. Gravel and others for a road from the northeast corner of section 30, township 41, range 30, to section 25, township 41, range 31. The road petition of H. F. Bone brake and others was rejected on account of informality. It asks for a road ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 July 1895

& COUNTY BORRD, Delinquent Taxes Cancelled- Ta* JLevy Made-BLdjourned to Xuguat I Bmird met July 11th pursuant to adjournment. All present. An a uctioneer's license for oneyear was grunted to M. Crosltiod, pro­ vided that he give bond as bylaw re­ quired. The list of delinquent and uncol Iwted personal property taxes for the ye»r 1894 AVUS delivered by the county treasurer, with his certificate attached, to the board, and the board proceeded to cancel such taxes astheyara satisfied cannot be col­ lected, and revised said list as by law requited. Win Kt'se c« O O Paquin Otto Nister W Wilson W S Harnon DugaH Bros L'atch SS Olin W Sibley Dan Holiday J, 1/ Smith John Green Oscar Broburg Kev A Nelson Osea Oden raus« Gertrude Uich JjHinbert Nelson I£ Beale Beale John Oscal tSchafer \V McGuire Trask Cunningham & Ha»s \'nsper South wait Adam Sunda "Win Sunda John Weis Hedaes Henry Mueller Turpin & White Sam Burton \V Ames Frank Morrill Win Swan Huneu & Brown S E McNniry Henr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

VOL 19. sOTmrntmnfflffls A NEW MOVE!i We will shortly move into the new Manrin building, but before doing so we have concluded to move our prices down to cost, in order that our customers may do the biggest share of the moving of our goods. The people of Little Falls and vicinity know from ex­ perience that when we ad­ vertise special prices we give special prices. READY TO FIGHT. Sektlers on the Winnebago Reservation Buy Arms and Ammunition. WILL NOW,RESIST EVICTION. Captain Beck and His Indian Police Must Be Quiet or Get Out. OMAHA, July 18.—It looks like seri­ ous trouble is imminent on the Omaha and Winnebago Indian reservation. Hon. W. E. Peebles and G. E. Harris, a committee appointed by the evicted farmers, are in Omaha purchasing Winchesters and ammunition to arm 100 men to resist Captain Beck and his armed Indian police. Peebles said: "We are in Omaha for the purpose of baying 100 Winchester rifieeland 10,000 .cartridges. Tuesday, Judge Norris of Ponca issued an injunction ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

5 I 1 $ 4"i it CLOSED THE MILLS Secretary Lamont Orders the Fox River Water Power Shut Off. THE LOSS WILL BE HEAVY. Shutdown Throws Six Thou­ sand Men Out of Em­ ployment. AFPLETON, Wis., July 1(5.—The water power situation in the papermaking districts of Fox river from Menasha to Depere, which has been strained for many weeks, -was brought to a crisis during the day by an order from the secretary of war shutting off the use of any water whatever for powefc purposes until the water is raised about 20 inches, to the crest of Menasha dam. This order will be obeyed by manufac­ turers, but will result in the almost total paralysis of all manufacturing on the river with the exception of three or four mills who have sufficient power to run their mills. The loss to this valley by the shutdown, computed on' a basis of full time and full product as existing before the first curtailment of water May 12, is $12,000 a day in wages, $36, 000 in value of produot, with 6,000 men out of employment....

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

BAD FOR LIBERALS I-Iarcourt's Defeat in Derby Admitted to Be a Very Poor Beginning. HAS A DEPRESSING INFLUENCE. Size of the Conservative Ma­ jority Is Something Un­ precedented. LONDON, July 15.—Sir William Har court's defeat in Derby was the sensa­ tion in political crcles. It is admitted on all sides that the Liberals are begin­ ning very badly. Of 110 members thus far elected, 96 are Unionists, 10 Liber­ als and a Parnellites. Eight Liberal seats have been captured by the Union­ ists and the Radicals have captured one Unionist seqt, that at Perth. The moral effect of Sir William Harcourt's defeat will be great, as even the most 6anguine Conservative did not expect a Liberal majority of 1,900 to be con­ verted into a Unionist majority of 1,100. Balfour's Increased Majority. While Sir Wiliam Harcourt fared so badly, Hon. A. J. Balfour, the new first lord of the treasury, who is to suc­ ceed Sir William as leader of the house of commons, nearly doubled his major­ ity in Manchester. ...

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. — 19 July 1895

Win f. r* ,s c- HAPOLEON BONAPARTE. .Ancient Kingdoms Reformed f&T With a Pen Stroke. JOSEPH MADE BULEB OF SPAEJ. SITOTOS of Jerome and EUaabeth P»ltt«r son—Roman States Wrested From the Pope—Austrian* Crashed at Wasram« Spanish Army Annihilated. [Copyright. 1893, by John Clark Ridpath.] XVIII.—FROM BAYONNB TO WAORAU. In Paris and the environs of Paris Napoleon bad five residences. The mag­ nificent Tuileries—so-called from being tbe site of an old tile-factory of the Middle Ages—came to him with the reminiscences of Botirbonism. Tbongb it was the public seat of the Empire, it was never a favorite residence. The palace of the Elyseo was the private city home of the Emperor. Here he resided when the war fever was not on. Fon tainebleaa, thirty-seven miles from the city, was the homo in whioh Napoleon foand himself at greatest ease. The palace of St. Clond was on the left bank of tbe Seine, a mile and a-balf from tho city ramparts. Malmaison was the borne and property of the Empre...

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. — 19 July 1895

HORR VS. HARVEY Champions of Gold and Silver Begin Their Big Debate at Chicago. IT WILL LAST TEN DAYS, •'Coin's Financial School" to Be the Foundation of Discussion. CHICAGO, July 17.—The field of the cloth of gold, with the significance of ohivaliy, is outrivolled in Chicago. In elaborateness of arrangement at leaBt and celebrity of combatants, the ma­ jority of spectators present were per­ suaded rightly or wrongly that the up to-date tournament equalled, if it did not surpass, the famous occasions when the knightly champion's of old had a joust that challenged the attention of Christendom. This affair is strictly modern in every detail, and if lacking in display of tin* sel and plmnes seemed all the greater, to the witnesses who took it in all seriousness, that it was a contest of intellect instead of musole. Certainly both sides displayed an earnestness and vigor worthy of an encounter that it was apparently felt by them would at­ tract the keenest national and perhaps internati...

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. — 19 July 1895

:V^r ft '41 •yv.-.. irrrtE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. OO. PUBLISHED EVBSY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION*. One year ........... tl 60 ,43lx month* «.. W Three months aDVBHTISING RATES LOW. LITTLE PALLS, MINN FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1895. Timber fires are raging in north­ ern Michigan pineries. President Harrison would like a seat in the United States senate. A small shipment of gold has just been made from New York to Europe. During July, the National ex­ penses have exceeded the income by about a million dollars a day. A Republican protection tariff law is what the country needs. The St. Cloud census is about completed, and the newspapers ex­ press an assurance that a substan­ tial growth has been enjoyed during the past five years. The Duluth ministers are mak­ ing a united effort to obtain a better observance of Sunday laws in that city. The entertainments given Sundays at thepavillion and the open theatres on that day, were the causes of the agitation. J. S. Pinney is back to his ol...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

JOB PRINTING THE TMSGBIFT JOB OFFICF IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TRODGHOCT. MEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. See that hump? Where? Why, on First street. The street crew arc putting in culverts on First street. A son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Boulanger. Work on the foundation of St. Otto's orphanage is progressing rapidly. Circus day yesterday—just as good as the Fourth of July for the small boy. The street crew has replaced the crossings torn out to facilitate street grading. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Newbern are rejoicing over the advent of a girl last week. The house of N. P. Thompson was gladdened by the arrival of a lit# 1© boy last week. Jack Paplo won a five-mile race in Dexter, Minn., July 3, beating M. Pearce three laps. The unusually excellent condition of crops this year has caused much talk about a county fair this fall. You cannot be well unless your blood is pure. Therefore purlfv your blood with the best blood puri­ fier, Hood's Sarsaparilla. The usual number of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

jw 1 'I 3 8 rX It Will Compete for Chicago Traffic by Way of Lake Michigan. IMMENSE FREIGHT FERRIES. The Company Formed and the Boats Now Being Con­ structed. ST. PAUL, July 17.—If all reports are correct, tbe Soo line has finally played an important tramp card its game of wearing a strong and thoroughly inde­ pendent foothold in the railroad busi­ ness, as far as the traffio out of and into Chicago is concerned. The scheme to get control of this new traffio is a large and costly one, involving the expendi­ ture of millions. At the same time it is a bold move in the direction of ac­ quiring new territory, and, if carried to completion, will have a strong moral effeot upon the conditions of freight traffic. Recently a new company was organized at Chicago, known as the Chicago Transportation company. Its original foundation was known as the Lake Michigan Car Ferry company, and it is with this concern that the Soo is reported as having formed an alli­ ance. By this connection the Soo s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 July 1895

5. *'V, UNDER THE WHEELS. An Unknown Man Meets Frightful Death Early ..' a Last Friday. He Attempts to Boardc Moving Train and Falls Under the Cars. a An unknown man attempted to board the went bouud way freight train about 2:05o'clock this morning, and lost his life in the attempt. The train, in charge of conductor Marx, •was pulling out from the station, and going westward. From information gathered, it seems that the man tried "to get on at the north end of the station plat­ form, fell between the the cars and was dragged about 150 feet. The train stopped, and the brakemen took the man from under the wheels. His left leg was cut off at the thigh, his right foot crushed to a pulp, the left hand crushed, and there was a deep gash in the back. It is claimed that he lived 15 minutes after being taken out, and told a brakeman his name and other particulars. The man to whom the information was given forgot it all, except that the given name was Morton or Martin. There were some rumors ...

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. — 19 July 1895

P^, (i Jfi. \, 'yrKfi" mm** ,,,. 1 'l -T J'' e4h\ .0 Vh ml it BM •'SW|(5fc' I fa I i! 7, TOILET AND .„-' FANCY ARTICLES CIGARS' .xiA. A in in I a a in stock, and the best grades for the money will vi ^always be sold. Very low prices to the box trade. SILVER LCKGOE. Free SUverite* Organize and Elect Officer# —But Few •Present. The meeting last Saturday even­ ing of those interested in the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 was very elimlj attended. E. W. Collins, who signed the call for the meeting, is chairman of the Populist county committee* and it may be that that had something to do with the light attendance, and It may be also,.that the silver feeling in Little Falls is not .» as strong as some would desire. Mr. Collins called those present to order, and made some remarks ex plaining the scope "of the league, which is to secure and disseminate Information regarding the money question, with especial reference to silver. H. S. Clyde to&s elected president of the league, and in...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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