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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 September 1895

4. f. If tibi it 'i'% *. Grand Jury of Hennepin 6oun ty Returns "No Bill" In Her pase. i,\ iji a,ia $ Her Attorneys I MINNEAPOLIS, Sufth wa.3 the test of the "no bill" which was reported in the Perkins case. Eighteen members of the jury filed into 5 the criminal courtroom on the top of •the Labor Temple shortly after 10 o'clock. adge Elliott was not present and Judge Jamison Went over the way from, the old courthouse to receive the report.. After tho "no bill'' had been returned County Att orney Frank Nye and Albert H. Hall.boih of whom werepre3ent at the end of '.lie case which has occasioned so much go»sip, looked at each other. A smile crept over each face and a hearty hand clasp followed, a? though each was glad to bo rid of the night anare which has seemed to be the Char­ acter of the case. That was. all, and Mrs. Perkins was free to be released troin her confinement at the jail. Mrs Perkins Released. As soon as the talk between Hall and Nye had concluded and the grand jury lad...

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. — 20 September 1895

EI S| •. •. «.:-'^ tit* i- it SW-?! 7* 14* tC TheHPlne Tree Company Appeal to the State .£ Board of Equallza W 111 tion. A Protest Against a Repe ^titipn of Last Year's mJK?$i Unfairness/ VffT^y. fe- -It will be remembered that lost yearthe state bpard of equalization raised "manufactured articles and manufacturers' materials'' 400 per fcent in Morrison county. The raise p^T'. came almost entirely on the mill owners ofJLittle Falls, and the bulk k* of it on the Pine Tree company. The increase made their assessment ai most twice as high as any of the great lumber Arms of Mlnneapo ^. Hs, and several times larger than the ,1' other firms that cut about the same xk. amount of lumber. A part of the In­ crease was afterwards taken off through the actiou of local and state authorities. This year the matter was taken before the state board now in session in St. Paul. Last Saturday's St. Paul Dispatch said: "The state board of equalization had a seance with the representatives of the lumber ...

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. — 20 September 1895

'•. 1 The Fine Tree Company |4ppeal to tbe State Board of Equaliza­ tion. A Protest Against a Repe­ tition of Last Year's muMR nfairnes^ y$4 will be remembered that lost year the state bpard of equalisation raised "manufactured articles and manufacturers' materials'' 400 per cent in Morrison county. The raise came almost entirely on the mill owners of Little Falls, and the bulk of it on the Pine Tree company. The i« increase made their assessment a' most twice as high as any of the great lumber firms of Minneapo lis. and several times larger than the other Arms that cut about the same ''l amount of lumber. A. part of the in­ crease was afterwards taken off through the action of local and state authorities. This year the matter was taken before the state board now in session in St. Paul. Last •. Saturday's St. Paul OiBpatch said: "Tbe state board of equalization had a seance with the representatives of the lumber companies this morning. Last year the boards on theinforma tion of one ...

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. — 20 September 1895

if feu, p. I.' V. /f l/f ft fife 'Unusual Heat In the Central mi West Unfavorable to Business. Present Production of Iron the Largest by Far in Our History. NEW YOKK, Sept. 14.—Bradstreets sayB: The week ia characterized in trade circles by an unexpected, but no less pronounced improvement South and Southwest. This is reflected at markets from which supplies are dis tributed to these regions. Relatively unfavorable features are fount) in a quieter tone in dry goods and jobbing circles, a check of season able trade thrqughout the Central West, due to the unusual heat, low prices for men's wear woolens, and an unsatis­ factory outlook duetto depressed quota­ tions abroad. The most bullish report comes from St. Louis, where there are many country buyers and all lines of staple merchandise are active, with railroads making freer purchases, and the manufacturing industries pressed to keep up with requirements. Kansas City, too, also a distributor to the West and Southwest, reports unusua...

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. — 20 September 1895

HI trong Improvement '& vf.. ^.wSouthwefct Pi a I Improvement at the South. At the South fall trade is opening up more freely than anticipated, with marked improvement in business and increased confidence as to the outlook at Jacksonville, Atlanta and Augusta. The improvement in iron has had an influence at Birmingham and through­ out the tributary region, an evidence of which is found in the temporary inabil­ ity of Birmingham wholesalers to meet the demand for hardware and gro­ ceries. Aside from the firmness of cotton goods prices, which is a feature in trade circles North and East, the most con­ spicuous movement is the continued ac­ tivity in iron and steel, highest quota­ tion yet reached having no effect in re­ stricting demand. Present rate of pro­ duction of pig iron exceeds 200,000 tons weekly, the largest in our history, at the rate of more than 10,000,000 tons per annum. Lake cities report im­ proved demand for general merchandise, stronger lake freights and request ...

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. — 20 September 1895

w%i s* 11 ?r Ui lV r?*J H.# tr-v UK •*'.} fi NYE IN BUNCOMBE CO. V5 ffr ABDOMINAL SURGERY AND W IT FIRST ORIGINATED.®? or '95. It is not generally known that in this Immediate neighborhood the first steps were taken in the direction of abdomi­ nal surgery, a branch of the soienbe which has since grown so great It was not so many years ago in these moun­ tains that a party of young men on an autumn evening started gayly off with -their musical instruments to serenade the youth and beauty,of Buncombe county. Chestnuts and green apples were fall­ ing anon in the chaste moonlight, and here and there little private jag foun­ dries sent up their thin blue coils of smoke to mock the internal revenue offi­ cer and bring the flush of shame to the nose of the pioneer. Between green apples and the twang­ ing of the lyre the evening wore pleas­ antly on till at last one of the young BM*D or ftmi* cmfclw lAUaiv ELDER RUMLEY'S SERMON. men grossly iusulted the violinist, when quick as thought a pr...

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. — 20 September 1895

Many. Thousands Attend the Exercises on Chickamauga Battlefield. Members Are Camping Where They Camped OverThih ty Years Ago. The Park One of the Largest, If Not the Largest^ in the World. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 18.—Peo­ ple have been pouring into this region almost as thick and fast as they did 33 /"fears ago. But they are not all men this time, and they are not armed, though some of the old veterans, both of the North and of the South,*isre at­ tired in their old army regimentals. Many of these old fellows have their wives and children with them, and they have been looking over the battlefield where they fought so fiercely. No one will ever know the number of people that have oome here from all parts of the North and South. The visitors were strung along from Sherman Heights to the far end of Chickamauga. All the hotels, inns, taverns and boarding houses are full and thousands are camping where they camped on the night of Sept. 17, 1868. The exercises were confined to the dedic...

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. — 20 September 1895

.t: ~"T fviu 3 & BY THB TRANSCRIPT PCB. Co.r JPCBLI8HKD EVKST FRIDAY. 'V* SUBSCRIPTION: One year..:..... Six"months,*. ............ ADVERTISING &ATB8L0W. LITTLE FALLS, ••«. MINN Russian thistles are reported ittumerous in the vicinity of Min jieapolis. Cleveland has started some wheels—those at the Atlanta expo­ sition. Lord Dunraven claims he never received the offer to sail the three races over again. Nearly a train load of fruit day is now being brought from the west by the Northern Pacific. Capt. Castle's position as ijaana ger of Senator Davis' presiftental campaign will not cause his re moval as postmaster o|St. Paul. Messages from Southern cities indicate that since the visit of Northern veterans Mason and Dixon's line has been wiped off the earth. Union and Confederate veterans are having pleasant re-uniont» in the South this month. The National G. A'. E. encampment at Louisville and the dedication of many monuments at Chicamauga and Missionary Ridge were at­ tended ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 September 1895

1 1 •'si#' nrA?^WISV-.V:'. ^.V JOB PRINTING THE TMSliBIPT JOB OFFICi IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement Dr. Niven, Sept. 26. A daughter was born on Monday to Dr. and Mrs. Dumont. Ed. Batters is now employed bartender for R. Marrotte. as A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Matteson Friday morning. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Geo. Clarke, of the West side Tuesday A social dunce was given Wednes­ day evening at the residence of C. Vining. Ben Mahan is now employed in the Bohn sash and door factory4at St Paul. "Prof." N. D- Flores, late of Little Falls, is now teaching music in Brainerd. It was oyer 90 degrees above zero in the shade yesterday. Pretty hot for September. Mrs. H. A. Rider entertained her lady friends at progressive euchre yesterday afternoon. Chas. Clifford Irvine, publisher of the Glen wood News, visited Little Falls Monday afternoon. Bishop Ireland has issued an order to the several priests in his dioc...

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. — 20 September 1895

me «. J» «!s Jl 8 The Hone Will Not Go. Half a oeutury ago, when the era of tstlwuy building began in America, it \vas predicted that the day of the horse was over." The day of the atagecpaoh certainly was,over, and the age of slow travel, but there are ten tinges as many Worses in the oomltry today as there were 60 years aga It will be just the same when the bi­ cycle and the electric railway and even •the horseless wagon do their perfect Work. 1 The horses of America in past years have generally been inferior to those of Europe. We have Ired tremen­ dous trotters and pacers, and Kentucky end Virginia gait^d saddle horses unex- celled in beauty, grace and intelligence the world over. We have even had a few thoroughbreds that compared favorably with those of Great Britain. We aleo developed the pacing horse as a track f-nimaL But the faot remains that up to ibis time the common horse of America lias been fearfully scrub. He wan small he was muddy looking he had little (strength and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 September 1895

W* 'i#: "i&i /is I/* 1 ^1 \V '.r 5j-: '7?$/ i'^L. '..i-SiS ,'*• .-- "V? '4® I ctive Page ^f' ^-t $ From Saturday's Dally. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT, A Tramp Falls off the Brake Rods of a Passen­ ger Coach and is 1 Seriously In­ jured. The Victim's Name James Mcllvaney, aged 28, From is Mendota, 111 Another terrible accident occurred Saturday at the Northern Pacific depot about 5 o'clock, to a tramp stealing a ride. The victim is a man who gives the name of James Mcll­ vaney, aged 2S years, and claims his home to he at Mendota, 111. He was riding the brake rods of one of the coaches on passenger train No. 8 east bound, which arrived at the station about 5 o'clock this morning, nearly two hours behind time. Mc Ilvaney claims he got on the rods at Fargo and rode all the way here. He is not able to give a full account of the accident, and how he came to fall off,,but stated that he thinks he must have gone to sleep after the train left Staples and remained asleep until it left the station h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 September 1895

i-? mw |)f"i $' sfey my Nevada, Congressman th«.Future Prrmr»A 4? Talks on dthcjj future Prospects for Free Coinage. If thefmprovementIn Business Becomes Permanent the ••.• Issue Is Dead. V(»./A .. V1" -'K- :'.'f Ifhe People Are Busy They Have No Time for Discussion, NEW YORK, Sept. 16.—Congr es^mur FranoisG. Newlandsof Nevada, chair­ man of the executive committee of tlit National Siiver party, talked to a Worlc S reporter on the future of free and uu limited silver coinage as a politico, issue. "I l^cognize the fact," he said, "that if business continues to improve, audit turns out that the improvement is per manent, the silver issue is dead. Tlit only discouraging feature of the situa­ tion is the outflow of gold. At this par­ ticular time there ought to be a market abroad for our staple export products, wheat and ootton, but England does not Appear to be VuTiqg Freely as Usual. It may be that conditions will change «nd the beginning of exportation'will cause an inflow of gold, b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 September 1895

%r wrw W'i •5i i? *7 ,' ~v. tmy HU* *r «3 '/T DISTRICT Ml. One Hundred and Thirteen Gases on the Cal endar None Very Important. The Grand Jury Completes Its Work—A Few Liquor Sellers Caught. The Jury Cases Are Being Disposed of Rapid! y-^ A Cheap Term. Judge Searle is Assisting Judge Baxter the Last of the Week An 10 o'clock Monday the Sep­ tember term of district court con­ vened at the court house, with Judge II. L. Baxter, of Fergus Falls, on the bench. The grand jury was sworn in, and the judge gave them the usual charge, not calling particular attention to any line of work that was needed. Only two or three of the regulation twenty-three were ab­ sent, and they began work at once. The first call of the calendar was gone through in the forenoon, and it developed that many cases had been settled, and that a large number were for court trial. It looks now as though there would be a good many cases for jury trial, but there are none of great public interest, and they will probably ...

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. — 20 September 1895

S. «SS: tM* Ft, »lpl«y Items Porter, of little Falln. came lip Friday and on ^,rold. nI/JPl*n*• Mftoers^ jj^^&eiieral agent of the Monarch Ele­ vator company called on their lo drtl agttot of this place 8*tardaj». H. E. Robinson, a medical practi­ tioner recently of Bralnerd, Is at present attending Mrs. A. M.' Brntt. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Tucker, on Monday, a boy, also to Mr. and Mrs Bugene Megnace, a boy on the $ triune date. Fort Ripley seems to be purtial 10 boys. G. E. .Johnson. Of Sauk Centie, $ who.I* teaching at this place, organ ff' issed a sinking class with a stood fj inenber&hip atf'row Wing, Saturday If-' night. Jerry Root's small boy Arthur, was kicked and quite seriously in it red by a horse.: on Tuesd -y last. As last reported ho was out of dan­ ger. C. A. Weyerhaeuser, Sheriff Rider and \lr. Connor, of Little. Falls, were ap Friday, estematingdamage of high water caused bv the jam In the MlssiHsippi at this place a short time since. While threshing at ...

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. — 27 September 1895

Mm HH ^5 ^4^0 'A***!J- & flt I f: 1 H: 1 1 *"!r W & VOL 20. It Will Pay You to Trade at of best Our ONLY S5.00. We are the only exclusive Dry Goods Store in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains ever brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. Among the special Httnictioiis that claim* your attention because of their valuta and at.view. are our 38 inch Imported French all wool serges in all shades at 28cj you will pav 48c at oiher stores. 36 inch .cashmeres In all shades for 18c. that will cost .vou -at lea«t 25c elnewhere. «4 inch, heavy, all wool Storm and French Herges at 48c that you will puv 50c for half cotton else­ where.' We are the leaders in dmw goods and will sell you all wool jsoods for what you pay for cotton warp. line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost .vow *150 in the cities. Save money trade at home, and get our samples before liuvihir, ami convince yourselves thatyou can buy good wool goods at prices you have been pacing K»r cotton. and lieavv t®-FRJ£B—...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 September 1895

2 JCta RN INDUCEMENT. Qome Contribution® Should be Matte to the Proposed Fin Seminary. Tht- 'immittee who will locate the Vatlonm ifiiintah Theological Sem t. tiry will (J"uMle*ts fu.vora.bly con ttV -t the of' they have received of tht Antleib fio^el property. Other pla* a fire of'-rinK. them free sites, Hlic' imdH iti Mildltlon, but in con Birlei^'irf Littio FuIIk i» squareTFi the «l it .-, v» •jj'x-i f,J~ -i.-'hon* the committee will urtve in vi« «. the purchase of a site 011 whi suitable buildiiiKH are .-irtady# erected. Our city would. 1 herifyr* not .have to acton any proposition iora site. It would •be well, however, to offset any ln ducei^'nts other locaiitjes may pre sent tW organizing some concerted movement «uid make donations if 1 mone^ lots or ^jutside laiids. The establishment of the seminary at LittittiFulls would attract a large 11 in hit of people here, and those who will be benefited by the growth oPthe city, should take action (/in­ sure its location here. It is p...

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. — 27 September 1895

IN Schooner T. R. Williams, Ore Laden, Wrecked on Lake Superior. Captain, Stewardess and Crew of Five Men Go to the Dot/com. Immense Damage in Wis­ consin as a Result of the Wind. DETROIT, Sept. 24.—A special to The Free Press from Escanaba, Mich., says: The schooner T. II. Williams, iron oie laden, from thi3 port to Toledo, sank in in the big gale on Green bay with all on board. Of the crew only the names cf Captain Hutton and Maggie Bennett, the stewardess, are known, the crew of five men being strangers here. The Williams was in tow of the steamer Santa Maria, which returned during the afternoon and reported the wreck. Captain J2. E. Rathburn of the Santa Maria says that up to 9 o'clock the lights of the Wi-liams could be seen. In the morning her topmast M'ts seen sticking cut of the water under St. Martin's Island. Her caigo was 570 tons of ore. She was built in 1873 and belonged to W. L. Fay of Elyria, O. SEVEREST IN YEARS. The Storm in Wisconsin Did Immense Damage. MILWAUKEE, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 September 1895

ri, V/?5 SITE FOR SEMINARY. A Committee of Fins Are Here Viewing a Loca­ tion for a Theologic­ al Seminary. The Antlers Hotel Property is Examined—An Im­ portant Institu­ tion. There are about 300,000 Klnn in the United States, and they are morn numerous in Wisconsin, Michigan. Minnesota and the Dakotas than in any other parts of the country. Most of them are members of the Lutheran church, and it. has long been planned to establish a theo­ logical seminary in the United States. A considerable fund has already been raised, and much more can be obtained as soon as a location is selected, and definite plans adopted for opening the institution. A couple of years ago at a national meeting of representatives of the Fin Lutheran church a committee was appointed in whose hands the whole mutter of establishing a school was left. At the next meeting the same conimitte was continued, and mem­ bers have been investigating pro­ posed locations nd increasing the funds uvuilable. Sunday evening N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 September 1895

i:. flj'ff r- J-lifLP-% f™PJ' r"i w. |j- r. M'. .{t -.. },•: 'Y\: &».' •j'. V, f-!•* Defective Page Formal Proceedings of the Syracuse Convention Brief and Uneventful. Battles Behind the Scenes, However, Lively and Most Interesting. Platform Committee Favors Liberal Application of Excise Laws. SYRACUSE, N. Y., Sept. 25.—This has been a crucial day with the Democrats of New York state, gathered here for their party convention. The formal proceedings in the convention hall were brief and of the cut and and dried type, but as is usual at political bodies of this eort the happenings of greatest interest were behind the scenes. In the convention hall Mr. Perry Bel­ mont delivered the speech which he had prepared, but deprived the opponents of the national Democratic administration of a chance to display their feeling by omitting a denunciation of the third term idea contemplated when the speech was written. There were the usual cheers for the party leaders when their names were menti...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 September 1895

.ipajfuM.' "K W' &s 6 (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB, DO. PUBLISHED EVBStV FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION* •One year............—v....... W Six month* *& Thr«e months....v. 40 iliVKBTISINO RATKSLOW. LITTLS FALL8, MINN FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1885, Senator Brice, who owns several railroads in •Ohio, is said to be colonizing voters along his roads in close counties with the hope of electing a Democratic legislature. The equinoctial storm of Sun­ day did some serious damage to shipping on Lake Superior and small cyclones are reported from various .points in Iowa and Wis­ consin. We have the fastest yacht in the world, the fastest railroad trains and Saturday the New York Ath­ letic club made world's records in several events. Let the eagle scream. Rev. Parkhur&t, who led the attacks that exposed the corrup­ tion of Tammany Hall and re­ sulted iu the defeat of that political ring in New York last fall, declares that Platte rule is worse than Croker Tule, and urges a fight agai...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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