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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

»-r, v*- •». ^i ":f'^m ••••.svaa» '•j-jm- r, 6s_• !fe- Is .y i^' m, I rfi«- &v ff Kj '. «?-. El ^%FOR DUNN* tm The com inittee on credentials at the Republican county convention Fri­ day afternoon reported the dele­ gates* as follows: '. Agra in—H. Hilborn. .. i'J ,' Buckman—John Lyle and A. H. 'Shea. *. •. City of Little Falls, Third ward— T. C. Gordon, J. C. Burrall, C. F. Engstroin, Henry Savala, F. F. Turner. T. C. Gordon has proxy for Henry Savala. Elm Dale—Wm. Boyle, Nels Lar­ son, I. H. Misfeldt, Watkin Davis, J. J. Jacobson. Little Falls town—Milo Porter and Wm. Pedley. Green Prairi/'—R. E. Denny and F. D. Hall. Morrill—J ule Ba ker. Motley—W. H. Benson, C. H. Hodge, A. G.Lawrence, Geo.Moshgr. Pierz—John Neuman and 0. H. Grest. Parker—R. W. Jones and J. P. Strahl. Pike Creek—Martin Scott and For tis Avery. Ripley—Joe Adams and S. Erskine. Randall—Fred Boulter and C. W. Shu ma ker. Scandia Valley— Swan River—Paul Krottochinsky, Fred Hanfler, D. Corbir. Two Rivers—M.N. You...

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. — 15 June 1894

P,K J^'S: i^* JT^ & r!ft Strong Strike La «»,'•• & MINEBS IN EEVOIT. The Columbus Compromise nounced by Strikers Through­ out the Country. NATIOFLAL OFFICERS CONDEMNED, Probability That Will Continue For 79-Cent Scale. PITTSBURG, June 13.—Unless the na­ tional officers of the Mine Workers' union who made the compromise at Columbus can give a satisfactory rea­ son for so doing the miners in the Pittj burg district will not accept the 69-cent rate and the strike will continue. Scores of telegrams, letters and delega­ tions have been pouring in on the dis­ trict officers here from all parts of the district denouncing the compromise, and all declare that work will not be resumed next week. President Mo Bride has been telegraphed for and is expected in the district soon, as the crisis warrants his immediate presence. The miners throughout the district are very decided in their condemnation of the national officials because all of the delegates to the Cleveland convention were ins...

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. — 15 June 1894

T. icii Kfi V# A STAlTE Still Mr. Artinofski who runs a boarding house on the west side was then put on as a witness for the defense and testified as to Stella Zievertowski's character, which he claimed was anything but good a year ago. according to his ideas of virtue and morality. He had made some observations while she was boarding at his house and from them he drew liis conclusions. It was then nearly 6 o'clock and court adjourned until this morning at 9 o'clock. Owing to the large audience at the trial Friday and the justice's office not being large enough to accommo­ date the crowd, court convened Sat­ urday morning COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Sewer Bids Rejected and New Ones Asked For. A regular adjourned meeting of the city council was held Thrsday even­ ing. i. Those present were Aldermen Tur­ ner, Mahan, Wright, Hoffman, Moeg lein and President Harding. Ab­ sent, Alderman Butler. Minutes of meeting of une 5 were read and approved. The matter of sewer bids was then taken up and up...

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. — 15 June 1894

**?V. g$ 12 'm LIGHTNING AT PLAYi IT IS PRETTY CERTAIN TO DO THAT WHICH IS LEAST EXPECTED. A Man Tells How It Feels to Receive a Side I Stroke From Nature's Electric Battery. The lightning Bod's Decadence—Some Sample Freaks. I "Do you know how it feels to be ^truck by lightning?" This question was propounded to me toy a friend during one of the earliest thunderstorms of the season and just after an un­ us a a crash, almost im­ mediately 1 lowing a blind­ ing flash. Of course I replied in the negative, and my friend re­ joined: 4'Well, THE MARKED MONU- singular. It is MENT. something, too, that you do not care to experience for the second time. "It was when I was but a lad that I felt the lightning's force. I was living at home with my parents in a little country village. The day was warm, no one was in the house but myself, and I was sitting by an open window read­ ing the 'Old Curiosity Shop.' If you are familiar with Dickens, you are aware that he delighted to portray storms, and ...

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. — 22 June 1894

A 1 VOL. 19. THE PLOT EXPOSED Detectives Discover an Anarchist­ ic Scheme to Blow Up the National Capitol. OTHER BUILDINGS ALSO DOOMED. Honore Jackson,One of Louis Beil's Lieutenants, the Leader of the Gang. NEW YORK, June 18.—A Washington dispatch to a morning paper says: A newspaper here publishes an expose of a plot which had for its object the de­ struction of the capitol and perhaps other government buildings, which has been slowly developing for several "weeks. The secret service and police Authorities, however, have been kept informed of the movements of the plot­ ters, and would have been enabled to thwart them had their machinations approached actual violence. Only once, 43ays the newspaper, about three weeks ago, when the channel of information was unexpectedly interrupted, were the federal and district authorities really alarmed. They didn't know at what moment an attempt might be made to Kxplode Bombs in the Capitol, the treasury building, the White House and war and nav...

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. — 22 June 1894

re 'v'b- *f if *i $** Junes 4ff. Barrie Is a Writer With a Style of His Own. A y" "A man with a style of his own" Is the way Louise Chandler Monlton char­ acterized James Matthew Barrie* tHe young novelist whose pictures of Scotch life and character have given him world-i wide fame. The chafacterization is true enough, but it is not to his original lit­ erary style that Mr. Barrie owes hig won­ derful popularity. It is to the graphic, quaintly humorous and fondly feminis cent descriptions and masterly delinea­ tions of 'character contained in "Auld Licht Idyls," "A Window In Thrums" and "The Little Minister," which have preserved in forms of genius the beauti­ ful idealization of the life of a commu­ nity almost extinct and dying hard. No man should know the, people of the Auld Licht kirk better than J. M. Barrie, for. he was born among them in that town of Kerriemuir, in Forfar- JAMES MATTHEW BARRIE. shire, which he has idealized as "Thrums," on May 9, 1860. He gradu­ ated at Edinb...

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. — 22 June 1894

M* IJI' Y* '-'•SFCX 4. F: *vj 4 'j PKt f«3g| C'OAI PAYS A TAX. Effort of Senator Hill to Have Put on the Free List Is Defeated. ONLY SEVEN AFFIRMATIVE VOTES, Hatch's Anti-Option Bill Finally Taken Up In the Lower House. WASHINGTON, June 19.—'The feature of the day in the senate was the motion of Senator Hill to put coal on the free list and his appeal for the redemption of Democratic pledges. When the tariff bill was taken up schedule M, pulp, paper and boobs, and schedule N, sundries, were quickly dis­ posed otj- Soo'alistio and Popnligt'o income tax in particular, but no one, he declared, had a right to say he was opposed to the bill and was seeking to compass its defeat. "G-od kno.ws what the bill will be like when it passes this senate and comes out of conference/' said he, pas­ sionately. "God knows how many more extortions and concessions will be wrung from the unwilling hands of the committee. I reserve the right to vote for it or not when I see what it is as a finalty." A vo...

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. — 22 June 1894

& &?' if* il 44 i§ fellows. Showing the Trials and Tribula­ tions of a Tired Man. LIVES ON BEEE AND FREE LUNCH. One Day's Experiences of a Vagrant In Chi­ cago—How He Touches the Hearts and Fockets of the Charitable—Would Not Carry an Advertising Banner. "Dear me, I'm tired. I suppose it's be­ cause I don't get enough sleep. Just as I was deep in slumber, my hat over my face and the nice warm sunshine making me feel good clear to my bones, somebody threw a lot of gravel at me, and when 1 woke up there was a switchman looking at me through the door of the car. il told him I'd get out, but when I ito do it he grabbed me by the leg and pulled me out. It's strange to me that —?n can't be gentle. He kicked me, too, then a lot of fellows laughed. What aid I do? ''I'd like to get behind a car some time land heave a coupling pin at him, but then might miss him, and if I did he'd catch sne sure, because I can't run. There is no EVERYBODY ABUSES US." use talking, we don't stand much o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 June 1894

:&• rP-*V& \yt ,rf ,£*» SSsier^g. IP' *i mm*. sv *i jJtV ,r is THE ONLY LINE TO- HELE^A. BUTTE SPOKANE TAOCMA SEATTLE i3 Vj v&&! .'j,*' r'*- f' ^WASHINGTON BEAUTIFUL VIRGINIAS -VIA- INDIANAPOLIS, CINCINNATI, Here area few facts, which left for "your own consideration and con «ervative judgment wili bring bet one conclusion: "The Best Line." The magnificent trains of the Big Four Route leave the new Cental ^Station, Chicago, aaily passing through La Fayette and Indian­ apolis to Cincinnati, where in the Central Union Station, direct con­ nections are made with all trains of the Chesapeake & Ohio, Queen & Cres­ cent Route, Louisville & Nashville Railway and B. & O. S. W. Railway, extending in every direction south "and southeast, a feature enjoyed by no other line. From Indianapolis Through Palace Sleeping Cars run daily to Washington, D. C., via Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, through the picturesque and historic Virgin­ ias. whose beautiful mountain sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 June 1894

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 June 1894

sPhI Pi Kt- JOB PRINTING 4'Satan 's^ J** MB TWS«»iDF® S NOW SUPPLIED WITH N£W MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. I SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Dr. Niven June 28 and 24. An addition is being built to the Little Palls Iron Works. J. H. Rhodes is now marketing his wheat. He has about three thou­ sand bushels. The Baldi case came up before Justce Simmons Friday and was laid over for a time. T. J. Matheson is having a fence built around his grounds on Third street and Second a venue, northeast. The first hide was operated on at the tannery Thursday. The opera­ tion was quite painful and objected to by the wearer of said hide. The Royalton base ball club, knoyvn as the "Stars," will cross bats with the Little Falls kids on the grounds near the depot tomorrow afternoon. The contract for building the fifty mile extention of the Brainerd & Northern railroad has been let to Foley Bros. & Guthrie, of St. Cloud. About 1,500 men will be. employed/ The Democratic state convention will be held in St. Paul on ...

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. — 22 June 1894

& --f" &>•. t: MS A 1 INCOMMAX NEXT. THE FREE LIST IS COMPLETED. Administrative Features Stricken Out In Order to Facilitate Passage. WASHINGTON, June 21.—Very, rapid progress was made on the tariff bill during the day. The income tax on page 170 had been-reached when the senate adjourned. Only 61 pages of the bill, the income tax and internal rev­ enue features, remain, undisposed eff, and the end of the long debate seems close at hand: ^The remaining features of the frfee list, were completed during the day without friction, both sugar and wool, the great controversial items, contrary to expectation, not giving rise to debate. A yea and nay vote was de­ manded on striking sugar from the free list,awhile the final struggle ©n free wool was postponed until the bill nhould be reported to the senate. The Administrative Features of the bill (sections 23 to 48 inclusive) were stricken out, as Mr. Jones ex­ plained, in order to facilitate the pas­ sage of the bgll. If it was d...

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. — 22 June 1894

Of -I *W? to 5 l*ittle h* FP*^'T-,R R* fa A H' S' Si tern ti %&• 'jTr' IrS I 4 1$ fc* 'J*' :$fi '.Pf a? 'fcV' Falls Firemen •?c ~f State Firemen's Con- ventlon for I89T. *5w.' Chief C. K. Lafond Sleeted aa Second Vice President— Vill Be Many Visitors. The Little Falls firenjeu made a winning fight at the annual meeting of the State Firemen's association in Minneapolis* thin week, and the state convention will be held in Little Falls in three years from how. At the annual meeting of the Little Falls,'TtfJJartment held in Ma.y a res­ olution vv as passed instructing the delegates from this city to work for the election of C. N. Lafond as sec­ ond vice president of the state asso- C. N. LAFOND, Second ^Vice Pres. State Firemen's Association. ciation. Under the established rule of the state association the second vice president is the next year elected first vice president, the following year he is elected president, and then he calls the state convention to meet at his home the nex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 June 1894

W 'W- life n\* ,t3 •**.- ,« 1M6? ,, jf CUT DEBATE SflOBT The House Committee Preparing to Rush the Tariff Biil Through. WILL BE TEN DAYS IE CONFERENCE Special Set of Rules Will J5e Adopted to Insure Quick Action. WASHINGTON, June 20.—The tariff leaders of the house are preparing to handle the tar ill bill expeditiously when it comes back to the house. No definite programme has as yet been ar­ ranged, but the plans have matured sufficiently to satisfy those in charge of the bill that there will not be another long-drawn-out debate. If need be, a series of special rules will be presented to close debate on the various schedules, and then a final rule to wind up the whole question. Such a course will be adopted, however, only in case the de­ bate gives promise of becoming inter­ minable. It will not be used to limit a reasonable discussion of the senate changes. Members of the ways and means committee expect the bill to be returned to the house Within the Next Ten Days. It is expected,...

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. — 22 June 1894

.w-,v.:--.-^ ig«C •"Jfi./sijh I ffe V? w. I. ,8" f. |r {A ^^HELD TO G. si/.'.:.% J-SC George Kar^ Will SM Charge of^sfTouch" r-$% ing Collins. #~i George Karz. one of the men em­ ployed on the boom, was arrested Fridiiy afternoon on the charge of relieving A. Collins of his pocket book and $30 the morning^ previous* He had his preliminary examination Saturday morning before Justicp Simmons and it appears from the testimony that Karz was in E. Pil on's playing cards until 12 o'clock Thursday night, Collins came in there pretty full, and owing to his condition and to the fact that he bad been posted Pilon refused to sell him liquor, bnt during the evening he took a glass of beer out of Karz's hand and drank it. Karz went out the back way and both drove down street to Felix Cardinal's, where Karz says he tried to get Collins* pail filled with beer but the place was closed, and he then went home to the boom house. He did not know that Collin's had a memorandum book in his pocket. Had wo...

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. — 22 June 1894

If-' &**8£L 9A KMiMiii Sid JBUCHAMFSI2ETTER. IT DEALS WITH SEVERAL MATTERS IN­ TERESTING TO LABOR. 'lestimony of a Bis Kailway Bfan—Laborer* With Clean Hands and Empty Heads. Tatters and Bags as Mirth Provokers—-A New Charge Against Labor Agitators. H. S. Haines, president of the Amer­ ican Railway association, said scone things in his recent address to the asso­ ciation, delivered at the Hotel Broils •wick, New York, whieh are of especial interest to students of the labor question and particularly to railway employees. He said that the shrinkage in the earn­ ings of the railways hhi reached that point where investors can be paid divi-* dends only by reductions of wages. The rivalry for business has become so in­ tense that transportation rates are brought down to a level at which they cannot remain without large reductions in operating expenses or ruin for the companies. Mr. Haines lays the blame for this condition of affairs upon the traffic officials, who are "responsible for...

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. — 29 June 1894

wru itiSrp iW.S'sSaJ '?r-.r-i VOL.19 -.fe President of the French Republic Struck Down by the Hand of an Anarchist. The Assassin's Steel Enters the Heart and Death Results in a Few Hours. INTENSE EXCITEMENT IN FRANCE. 'A-ir News of the Cowardly Act Every where Received With Loud .'•-.ft, .. Denunciations. The Italian Assassin Saved from a Mob's Vengeance by Cor­ dons of Police. LYONS, June 25.—The most intense excitement has been caused everywhere in France by the assassination of Presi­ dent Carnot. The murderous blow was struck about 9:30 p. in. and the Victim expired three hours later. The president was visiting Lyons in connection with the international ex­ hibition. Upon his arrival here he was tendered a reception at the prefecture, after which he visited the .exhibition. A iter spending some time at the exhi­ bition he proceeded to the Palais de MARIE FRANCOIS SADI-CAKNOT. Commerce, where a banquet was given in his honor. At 9:25 o'clock p. m. President Carnot started for the...

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. — 29 June 1894

V-j -v -1 '-"-H* 1/ 1 v* f| f' ^HETABIHBTROBL REPUSUCAtt AND DEMOCRATS iPOL ICSES CONTRASTS 'ii: Gallinger of New Hampshire, n\- This historical contribution to the. tariff discussion is made primarily with the view of endeavoring to persuade the Democratic side of thechamber to nnite ^with the Republican senators against the pending billf but briefly for the pur­ pose of acquainting the people of this •country with the great fact that impar­ tial history teaches that high tariffs have always brought prosperity to the people of the United States, while low tariffs have invariably disturbed busi ness, prostrated Industries and brought suffering and want to the laboring masses of our people. There can be no escape from this conclusion. It is writ­ ten on every page of American history, and the terrible results of low tariffs have been literally burned into the souls of the men aad women who earn their bread by the sweat of their brow. In this day of agitation of so called tariff refor...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 June 1894

I W zKx-vy .L «JSk WV •s& m. ftl RIOTOUS MOBS AT WORK werei **•*i a Streets of Lyons Thronged With Crowds of. Wildly Excited 1 iPeopla 5ERI0US TROUBLE ANTICIPATED. Italian Cfrfes and Wine Sho£s Wrecked Despite Police Protection. HOiNOR TO THE DEAD PRESIDENT. Remains of M. Carnot Now En Route From Lyons to. Paris. LYONS, Jnne 26. —The streets of this city throughout the day have been thronged with crowds of excited peo­ ple. A large number of the stores are. closed. Serious rioting has already oc­ curred and more trouble is anticipated. Were it not for the presence of the overwhelming force of troops stationed in and about this city, there is little doubt that the mob would attack the palace of justice and wreak vengeance upon the murderer. Mourning em­ blems are worn by nearly every man, woman and child in the city, and no dwelling seems too poor To Display the .Emblem* of Grief from its windows and about its doors. During the day a mob, including a number of members of the vari...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 June 1894

p.* VJV ki" •$&j. 6 lb Hi SHE LOYES THE SEA. MRS. CARNEGIE RECENTLY WON VICTORY FOR HER SEX,' She Is the First Woman' Admitted to Mem­ bership In the Famous New York Yacht Club—Her Yachts and Her Palatial Home on Cumberland Island* The advanced woman is very much in evidence nowadays. Hardly a week passes that she does not enter some door of the masculine domain that has hith­ erto been barred to her. The New York Yacht club, the famous organization that is known the world over as the cus­ todian of the America's cup, has long kept its club companionway closed to fair applicants for admission, but Mrs. Lucy G. Carnegie of Pittsburg has final­ ly convinced the clnb- that there is no good reason why a woman should not be included in its membership. The club did not yield instanter to the feminine hail: "Ship ahoy! Please let me come aboard!" but appointed a spe­ cial committee to look into and report upon the advisability or otherwise of the club heeding the hail. This committee d...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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