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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 August 1895

3 mr Si §. .Mrt' ^Vn rti?^ VOL 19. Those in the Democratic.Party Held a Conference sin jk r- Washington#.. .?'/ LITTLE OF INTEREST DONE. Committee on Platform Work but Not Ready to Report. at WASHIPOTOK, Aug. 15.—The confer­ ence pt Democrats to discuss the silver question/was calletl to order at 12 o'clock by Senator Harris, who moved that Senator Jones bt» chosen tem­ porary chairman, which motion car­ ried unanimously!. The meeting began behind closed doors with in­ structions to the doorkeepers to admit only those who had been invited. When the roll was called, representa* tives answered l'rom 22 different states, but names were given to the secretary of only 19. Virginia headed the list in point of members with 15 delegates, while Illinois, and Missouri Reported 14 each. Senator Daniel offered a resolution providing for the .appointment of a committee to prepare a programme and resolutions. The conference then took a recess until 4 p. m. Committee Not Rernly \a Report. At 4 o'c...

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. — 16 August 1895

ri •:, rtr--U HAK1 •'PUBLIC 8BHTIME5T v.v TO mm* Prom the St. Paul Dtapatch. ^Railroad men see in the crusade now being made by E. V. Sirialley one of the most effective bits of warfare which could be carried on against the Hill plan of con­ solidation. It may not head off the deal between the Great North­ ern and the Northern Pacific, but if is going to worry those who have the matter in hand, because of the amount of adverse public sentiment it is going to create be tween here and the coast.«There has been no jubilee outside of St. Paul over the prospect of the con­ solidation, and Mr. Hnialloy's cam­ paign is sure to intensify the feel ing to an extent sufficient to deter some capitalists from going into the scheme. "Public Sentiment," said a rail­ road man today, "is harder than most things to fight, and President Hill will find that it will give him the battle of his life. It is all non­ sense to say that the ad­ vantages competition will be preserved, even though the consolida...

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. — 16 August 1895

MJ ti •W f&v W' KA i'S Mi''"" ml- 3* ffi£f WORK OF FUMES. !r /Square ioad. tive Page .'.ny -J,—*— ir": ,f3 of Business Build­ ings at Newark, N. J., Destroyed. LOSS OVER HALF A MILLION. Main Portion of ^he Vil­ lage Of Lock port, Ills.,, Wiped Out. NEWARK, N. J., Aug. 13.— The -fiercest fire the department of this city, has had to contend with in many years' broke out ih the plant of the Central •Stamping company during the after­ noon. The front of the Central Stamp* ing company's plant was on Railroad avenue and covered 10 city lots on that street. Fromi this branched an­ other building five stories high and 75 leet wide, running through' the block to Liberty street: From this building there was a wing of the same size ex­ tending from the middle of the block through to East Fair street. On the tfouth side of the main building on the avenue were five 8-story brick buildings and on the north was a new 8-story brick structure. All these were de fitroyed. The loss to the Centra^....

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. — 16 August 1895

5 m- IfiffiO ft PATENT 4v- rFour Chlcagoana Implicated In a Bogus Claim For &/ Valuable Land. TWENTY MILLIONS INVOlVEa flames of the President and Secretary Smith Used to Defraud. CHICAGO, Aug. 19.—Captain Porter of the United States secret service has arrested Captain George W. Streeter, Charles A. Applegate, William H. Cox and Jacob Ninef on a charge ot forging a government patent to a tract of land on the shore of Lake Michigan. The arrests were made at the instigation of George £. Dewiler, who claims to have discovered that the signatures to the patent of President Cleveland, Secre­ tary Hoke Smith and & W. Lamov eanx, records o* the general laud office, are forgeries. The four men have been xeleased on bail. The arrests grow out of a fight that Jhas been waged for some time for the possession o* 180 acres of made land worth $18,000,000 to $20,000,000 which is claimed by Captain Streeter and other squatters on the one hand and on the other by the property own­ ers along ...

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. — 16 August 1895

1^ I- A 1 1 Ife yd §. k$i?" *.?. oV: V:'c,. 0 rV J* '5.A: af CANNOT DOWN IT. vi Hn, Senator Vest Declares That Free Coinage Will Even tualiy Win. OPPOSED BY THE BANKERS. Money Power, He Says, Is Strongly Condemning the Agitation. CARLSBAD, Aug. 14. —"The silver question will never be dropped in America untill frte ooinage is passed," said Senator George G. Vest of! Mis­ souri, here, replying to questions put to him by a representative of the Asso­ ciated Press concerning the Missouri, Mississippi and Iowa conventions. "The people in the East," he contin­ ued, ''believ» it will be dropped as business revives, but the overwhelm­ ing sentiment in all the West and South is in favor of free coinage. I believe it will surely be passed in time. What the result of its passage will be I am unable to predict. The whole ot the money p'ower of the East, and the banks everywhere, will undoubt­ edly make it as difficult as possible, and try to furnish a striking object les­ son. Easterners say we...

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. — 16 August 1895

J,VRT. I tirnl FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY'TWB TRANSCRIPT PpB.' One year...—. 81* months.... Co.- PUBLISHED EETF FRIDAY. 1 SUBSCRIPTION: Tbrw.iQODtbii £55 aDVRBTWINO BATHS IXW.. LITTLfi FAliLS, ... 76 ... MINN Grrover cannot have a third term He should be content with the honor he has won in getting two terms* The Bannock Indian scare amounted to nothing, after all Some newspaper correspondents need a stopper. Work on the New York state capitol building is still going un­ it will be finished, perhaps,*, when New York City builds the Grant monument. Brooklyn saloonkeepers are waxing rich Sundays at the ex­ pense of their New York,brothers. The enforcement of the excise law drives the thirsty people across the bridge. The Democratic state conven­ tion of Ohio meets at Springfield next week, and a hot contest be­ tween gold and silver men is expected, and also a strong fight to prevent Senator Brice from controlling the convention. It is a pity Minnesota farmers will not have a surplus of hay ...

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. — 16 August 1895

f/wwf & fr M'.'i JOB PRINTING TIE TRAHSlffllPT JOB OfFICi IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. 5.116. And 'steen. Over five thou'. Five thousand one hundred and *sixteen. -Plastering repairs are being made in the court house. New sign on Broadway,: Staples, I/and Office." 'Isaac E. The street crew is doing some [patching on Third street. "The Pay Train" is booked for Gross opera house August 80. ^SE^Charles W. Shumaker has been ap­ pointed postmaster at Randall. F. X. LaFond is had his large Fairbanks scales repaired Monday. The Richard camping party re­ turned from Lake Alexander Mon­ day. Frank Skinner, formerly of Burt rum, has moved his fahiily to this city. A light rain fell Tuesday evening, but did little harm, as it did not last long. The fall term of the district court ifor Morrison county opens Septem­ ber 16. The theatrical war in Little Falls is getting a little tiresome to the public. H. H. Hoonsom was in Royalton last week. Hefcaysther...

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. — 16 August 1895

1 & 1 Sh p'l «*TT \-l TONCTSHAMS. REP P£RBY"N POWE^, FINAN- u"" OATECHIS^pl Tha Malaria «f4 Onent««Unm Wlat Money ^pA |Tn gtlTerUm Dispelled—A Few Plala QoHtlonn Plainly Answered—Fo«m1 Forthe Thoughtful. .- .. ', 2 $?' The Sooratio method of exposing hum­ bugs aud sbtuss is especially adapted to dispel the malaria of green backism, fat monejpism and free silverism cou tinaally arising from the swamp* of ig­ norance and dishonesty. That Mr. Fred Perry Powers has made goodtise of this, method will be clear to all who redd the following questions' and answers concerning "Fiat Money and Legal Teh' der" taken froni his 'A Financial Cate­ chism," published by the Sound Cur­ rency Committee of William, street* .New York oity. Are paper representatives of merchan­ dise just as good for monetary use as merchandise itself? s: They are better, because lighter and more convenient, if every person is sure that the promise on them will be kept in full and at all times, Besides merchandise and...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 August 1895

Plenty .Out Jk§1 XS tkv ive EMIT. unu Occasion vrfe nounce Yetf' to De- Thoae^VVho Jgteed to BuiW th# I |)f ississlppi tf&ak Leech Lake Time Garry Uefe Agreem ent' Made With the f-*'. 1 *$ While the public is'-naturally us for definite news as to the line of the Mississippi & Leech railroad.'there can really be no "news" until the work iscommenced or the time baa arrived -when it would be impossible to build it. We do not think it necessary lor the men who are backing the enterprise, and whose personal assurances to build the road gave the bonding proposition.creditable standing be­ fore the people, to dally or frequently repeat what they said so plainly and unmistakably at the time ?hey asked for the bonds^ There are not lacking people in this com­ munity who question the motives of any who ask for public confidence, but nothing has yet occurred to warrant their slanderous insinua­ tions made against the Weyer­ haeuser syndicate.people. The fol­ lowing article from last wee...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 August 1895

f, X, fr4' 1 fm** ,j|^IBC*«»fal p||?^| 1cent« hjwe it stamped 100 dent^.-' tfith H" 1 :l» miiUpKg.' ^il^^piijiffin^ly'jl 'f-X- ^•i^.'V .5.1-. fri^-. I 't The proposition is totalis 0ff ill coinage ^owitbdtaw ttie gov snppoptr ot *ilvet to- let any 'who bag silver btrilioa Worth, 00 V^put government support 4tft$£ grttim of silver and the new silver, dollar, would be of the same exchangeable value. The question, therefore, is, What' effect ^vrouM f*ee coinage have on silver bul lion? Would 412£ grains of silver be­ come worth as much as 35.8 grains of gold? Would free coinage give it an ex changeable, value eqoa 1 to onr. present dollar in the markets of the world? If theTalue of silver is not doubled by freei coinage, then the exchangeable value Of our new silver dollar must drop to $he actual value of the silver put into it' We would not have bimetallism, but a gold dollar worth twice as much as the silver dollar, and the silver dollar would become, the standard measure of value, d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 August 1895

*sr liJiH* buromuiV nrat*el«M PlayJRcattcnd in rirtt-clMi •tyl« by kt Flrst-claM Xrti«t«. ., ^|The unfavorable wwther Tuesday evening prevented "many from at tending thi* ierformance given by the Moore-Belden compan.vat Gros* opnra house. A fair audience was st present and witnessed a line presen tatlon of "The Burglar M^. Anna II# Boyle-Moore. as Alice, the devoted wife of Lewis the burglar, made a deep impression. Mrs. Moore Is ".a handsome womau. and a mistress of expression^'Mlss Grace Hopkins was pretty and vivacious as Fanny, Alice's youugefpster. and. her. loVe 4^ scenes with Edward Bainbrldge (Mj% Youugnuui) were well done* Mrs, -May (Carlisle as Martha, the niald was acceptable, and' her little daughter Gertie as the burglar's Hi child Editha, scored a hit. A won­ derful actress in miniature is this little girl. She gavetwo songs in a charfhing style. In the burglary scene the grace and unconsciousness of danger, and the artless way in which she talked with the burglar, not...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 August 1895

I' S*? rf»s-: J? !$&8M 'IPPi IISOT *IM»V«nr rammi. IIHHI Si* I •M _._ ipcm poQQratiilat Jfe tng Little 0P*il« on C«nta« Gain of 90 per cent J^Ojrrect figuring VyiU CVUHUH In While P. Dahlqulst was lending COW home lost Friday evening, the Animal became unmanageable, throwing him down and falling on him breaking his collar bone. Dr. Roberts, of Little Fal|s, was called •and set the breuk he is doing as well «s can be expected. To those wishing to send exhibits to the county fair at Little Falls the N. P. Railway will transport free one way, all such exhibits also 43 cents for the round trip for pus sengers during the fair. Randall will be well represented in the agricultural line at the county fair. Quite a number are arranging to exhibit their products of the soil. Jrthn Gish and wife returned to their home at Staples Sunday after week's visit with .their parents at Parker town. C. W. Schumaker assumed his duties as postmaster monday. J. M. Bnrphflrt has a tract of land containi...

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. — 23 August 1895

%?l ™. &rm TP'*# fv Detective Page TT *jS Ei •4rJt W VOL 19. 9 t* vJwr Ohio's Ex-Governor Again at the Head of the Demo-^| 1 cratlc Ticket. ,T-'-VHIS NOMINATION UNANIMOUS. ———r— '|ps^p:: Platform Adopted Endorses Cleveland and Opposes .. Free S.iver. SPRINGFIELD, O., Aug. 22.—The Democratic state ticket is as followa: Governor* James K. Campbell. Lieutenant governor, John B. Peas lee. Auditor, James W. Knott. Treasurer, William B. Sholer. Supreme judge, Witlijvn T. Mooney. Attorney general, George A. Fair talks. 'ember of board of public works, Barry 6. Keafer. Clerk of supreme court, J. W. Cruik •hank. The Democratic state' convention here made all its nominations without opposition. The convention was in ««ssion lrom 10:20 to 2:40 and the nominations were completed in a half Uour atter ex-Governor Campbell had been draftei for the standard bearer. JAMES E. CAMPBKLI» The ballots were all on the minority r* ~rtV Cold and Silver Men *•. The gold men, beaded by Senator' Brice, had...

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. — 23 August 1895

,i3»PKr) Wt*»! /s Jlf 1. -^J Kf«T WOf W FAT WMWOKB IT" At list V^b om the Minneapolis pressed an*^iniom«oii the cofcsoli dation of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific voais that ia ia "line with/the interests of the p,North west. TheU*raal does s«t fSyet go into the ^question mtudi ^further thanta discuss the effect to the roads of the hostile feeling which every writer must know will he .'groused. That '. hostility will n-at^fce all sentiment, either the consolidation will foe an actual Iharatn, *nd the opposi­ tion is not)baaed on abstract theory, Tt a good deal ibetter that papewi and mien shoal aow endeavor to prevent and disowirage the xoa solidation, tban to depend «o retaliation after ithe fraud Men who manage great proper­ ties and represent great interests like these cannot afford to defy public sentiment and arouse the hostility of the public, whether for real or fancied grievances. In other words, whether the consoli­ dation should result in the im­ provements or to 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. — 23 August 1895

il ,hU f- ,. N'si f- 3 t\ 09 Fearful Loss of Life by the Burning of the Cumry Hotel, Denver. "WRECKED BY AN EXPLOSION Battery of Boilers in the Base­ ment Supposed to Have Blown Up. THE RUINS BURNED FIERCELY Firemen Were Unable to Res­ cue the Imprisoned Un­ fortunates. DENVER, Aug. 19.—The Gumry ho­ tel, 1725 to 1733 Lawrence street, was wrecked by a terrific explosion at 12:10 a. m. The rear half of the building, a 5-story brick and stone strnoture, went down with a crash. The hotel was crowded with gwwts, and at least 40 of them must have been killed, as well aa the entire force of hotel em ployes, who were sleeping in the por­ tion of the building which fell. On both aidos of Lawrence, from Seven­ teenth to Eighteenth streets, and on Laramier, directly back of the hotel, the plate glass windows of the business .houses were blown in and a number of pedestrians were injured by falling glass. The fronts of many buildings in the vicinity were badly wreoked. The Boiler* Kxploded. The...

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. — 23 August 1895

ttW9BB jg. it it 5 p* r- •4 A ti r» ":.'7 KILTER VIEWSfc (Congressman "Towne has at last made public, detailed statement of his present position on the silver question, and he favors the free coinage of silver by the United States alone at a ratio of 16 td'l. It was universally undfer .stood, until a* few months ago, that he was opposed to such a policy* and his present expressions w'i* are natnrally a surprise to his !V/ supporters in this part of the dis* trict. All of lis public expres­ sions previous to this year had been in opposition to free coinage at 16 to 1. During general dis cussion which took place in the summer of 1893 (when congress was called in extra session to re peal the Sherman law) Mr. Towne was one of the leaders in his city in expressions against free coinage. In many of the large cities public associations, sucfa as boards of trade, chambers of commeice, etc., passed resolutions urging congress to act on the silv-er question— some favoring the repeal of the Sh...

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. — 23 August 1895

8A. .Sj Wr CTAWFUt DEATH Over a Score of People Per Ished In the Denver Ho tel Disaster. THE WORK OF RESCUE SLOW. Only Seven Bodies of Victims 1"So Far Recovered From the Ruins. ENGINEER PIERCE WAS DRUNK. Turned Cold Water Into the Boilers and Caused the Explosion. DENVER, Aug. 20.—A, portion of the •Gumry hotel, the soone of Sunday night's frightful disaster, is still Htend­ ing, gaunt and sinister, oonstantly threatening to orash down upon those delving in the ruins at any moment. The search for vietims has been oarried •on with the utmost energy oonstantly, with the aid 80 aro lights. Flames have broken out afresh and engines are pouring on water, still further im­ peding the. work of rescue. The list of dead and missing now numbers 25, making the disaster the worst that ever ooourred in the oily. So far only aeven bodies' hare been recovered, be­ ing those of Manager Grenier and his wife, clasped in eaoh other's arms Gore Burt, a Rock Island railroad con­ ductor Mrs. George R. W...

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. — 23 August 1895

i.(TTLE FALLS J. y, BY TTHB Tbanbokipt PUB PCBLIBHKD KVBBT FRIDAY SP Om year. .. ggp? WM* Six months............ Three mouths *UVKBTI8ING K^TISIOW. RlilTTLB FALLS,' ms&. Many of the national commit­ teemen of both parties favor short presidential campaign next year. It would be a blesssing. Archbishop Satolli, the pope's representative in America, will be in St. Paul Sept. 4, to attend the opening of the new Hill seminary. Brice had everything his own way in the Democratic convention in Ohio. There is no Democratic machine in Ohio Brice just runs the party himself. Ex-Senator Washburn was called downjby J. Gas» Addicks, the Dela ware politician, fpr intimating that the ringsteroughtto be killed. Washburn says he meant "politic ally." Congressman Towne has or­ ganized a "Gold and Silver" club at Grand Rapids. He can devote his entire time to that occupation after his present term in congress expires. St. Cloud gained about 2,000 jv *, people during the past five fears, and in 189...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

I W? A Afl JOB PRINTING THE TMSliBIPT JOB OFFl© IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Monday, Sept. 2, it) a national holl day—Labor day. M. Coleman, Frank Hall and Billy Hunter have gone to Sauk Centre. The Hinckley will celebrate on Sept. 1 the great fire of last year. Cushlng and Curtiss should fall into line. Halsey W. Wilson, of Minneapolis, and Miss Justlna. Leavitt were,mar­ ried August 15, at Long Prairie. Mr. A. Olson and family wish to thank all who so kindly assisted during the last illness of Mrs. Olson. George Gray, who runs a shingle clipper at the mill, collided with his machine Monday, and lost a finger. There seems to be a rush of cigar manufacturers toward Little Falls, to revamp an-old gag—"Watch our smoke." While playing in the railroad yards Monday, the ten-year-old son of Geo. Bird got his hand badly crushed. The ladies of the Norgegian Luth­ eran church will give a sociable at residence of Mrs. Nic. Elvig this evening. A. W. Ander...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 August 1895

,iT ir HI* TREAT., A fl^aitlob off Honor Battled ly tha iiiwl 1 Olrla. PI' He miefc Ihem jnet aa they w«re troop if,tag ttw drag store, telling each OjOther gleefully how much cream those people flid put in the soda on cool days, n./ "Ana I always save my own soda n' '-money for oool days," remarked the *fc"f,girl in the pink shirt waist. "On hot 1 ones Somebody always treats you any how. Besides you really neVer get as much cream when a man gives the or 4et." "I don*t see how you have so much money to spend, anyhow,"' gloomily re­ plied the young man who had joined them. "Oh, we have just slipped our car fares again, and this is V*© way we oele: Ijrate it," relied bis sister.. "Don't you know it isn't right to cheat the oar company?" asked the young man, with a judicial air. "Not right, indeed!" said the girl who had once spent two months at col­ lege. 4'Then why isn't the company made to give us a seat for a fare? Tell me that." "Dm—ah—oh, that is a different matter!" weakly repli...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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