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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 September 1895

JOB PRINTlNC THE TMSlBIPT JOB OFFlCt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ploof Thursday. Talk about leaving this kind of weather to go to Georgia! A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Berg Wednesday morning. A new sidewalk was put down in front of the city hall Wednesday. Mark Graves is now passenger conductor on the Northern Pacific. Ed. Mahan is suffering from a large and painful carbuncle on his neck. J. H. Reid and family have moved Into rooms in the Trebby flat on Broadway. The F. E. Rice Concert company will be at Gross opera house next Tuesday, Oct. 1. Mat Zinner, of Buckman, is re­ ported to have threshed 930 bushels of oats from 10 acres. Mr. and Mrs. John Chounard are rejoicing over the arrival ol a baby boy Friday evening. A force of men and teams began the grading work on ithe extension of the West side spur. Wednesday was pay day at the Pine Tree mills and business was real...

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. — 27 September 1895

8 Six Richest Men. A writer in the New York World has been collecting statistics to ascertain who are the six richost men in the world Americans will be perhaps sur­ prised to find that only two of them be­ long in this country. They will be still more surprised to know that two of them are Chinamen. If the figures are reliable, Li Hang Chang is the richest man on this earth, and he ought to be very much ashamed of it. Li Hung Chang's wealth, and the rottenness, financial and otherwise, of the Chinese empire, are two facts that belong very close together. Li Hung Chang has en­ riched himself through his official posi­ tion, and he is worth $500,000,000. The second richost man is John D. Rockefeller, $180,000,000. He is the wealthiest man in the United States. The rest are all put down at $100, 000,000 apiece. Two of them, the Duke of Westminster and Colonel North, are Englishmen. Then there is the Ameri­ can Cornelius Vanderbilt and the Chi­ nese tea merchant Woh Qua. Only two, Corn...

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. — 27 September 1895

RAISED 75JER GENT. The State Board Raises the Logs and Lumber Assess­ ment of tbe Pine Tree Co, Increase*! From About $90. OOO to About ^160,000 On One Item. "11 has at last come tl^ a decision on the proposition to raise the assessment of the Pine Tree Lumber company The returns to the state auditor placed the company's assessment on logs and lumber at about $90,000, and a motion was made by a mem­ ber of tiie board to raise it 250 per cent. The question was discussed by representatives of the company and this city, and the board decided Friday to make an increase ot 75 per cent. This will bring the amount up to about $160,000, or fully one-half more than last year. This amount is high compared with assessments at other points in former years, but it is not yet possible to say how it corresponds with this year's assess­ ments. AFTER COLONISTS. Railroad Traveling Agents Are Active Rivals for the Georgia Business. Tuesday noon half a. dozen railroad agents of lines running south from...

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. — 27 September 1895

tt Hundreds if j'r it 10 X' 7Jf A.'C of Delegates on Hand for the Cleveland Convention.^? 1 Benefits of Such a System to Be Fully Explained to the People. Canadians Anxious to Assist in Cheapening Trans- portation. CLEVELAND, Sept. 24.—Many prcr.v inent members of the International ep Waterways association have already ar­ rived in the city to attend the annnal ?&>, convention here. Vice President L. E. Coolcy, when asked what the convention would do, replied that the chief purpose would be to explain to the people how they would be benefited by a system of deep water­ ways. "The convention," he said, "will most probably content itself with mak ing the way clear for future progress by removing objections to the development of interior water transportation." Messrs. Frank Winter, Isham Ran­ dolph, Thomas T. Johnson, E. J. Ward, G«org« Dawson and William Bolden weck of Chicago are here. President Wint?r will deliver an address Wednee day evening, illustrating it with stere opti...

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. — 27 September 1895

Wi*'',, 1 DISTRICT COURT. Several More Cases Dis­ posed of by Judge Searle. The case of Stainslaus Wachloro­ wltz vs. Fred Stangf came up for trial Thursday. It seems that some time ago Wachlorowltz left a deed conveying property to him with Stangl, deputy register of deeds, for recording, but as the tuxes were not paid the deed could not be recorded. Afterwards the party who deeded the land to Wachlorowltz gave a quitclaim deed to another party who paid the taxes and had the deed recorded. Wachlorowltz thought Stangl was to blame for not filing his deed, but no one seemed to agree with him. When the facts were developed In the trial the case was dismissed. There was no ground whatever for any action against Stangi in the matter. In the case of Chas. Gravel vs. Francis Grer.ier the dispute was overaccounts. Gravel had furnished Grenier with supplies and.the latter had logged for him. It was a case that a referee could figure on at his leisure, so the case will be heard be­ fore E. P...

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. — 27 September 1895

i-K I .1 41"' 12 SwanviUo Hems. A cold wave Hi ruck nn lust Sunduy timl Monday th« 11 fKt frost we htlVt' thin HOJIKOII. Quite a niiiritx1!' from lioro are at­ tending tlii mill ci»uiily fulr licld at liOUK Prairie thin week. C. W. Co field, father of James /oflel(l. of this place, arrived here JrtHt week with his family from Nelmmka Oitv, Nebraska making the trip by team in about three weeks. H. W. Mmnintr has taken a posi­ tion attain with St. Cloud banking firm. B. B. Cox spe.it last week in Little Falls as a^rand juryman. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin, of North Culdrum. were in towi: last week with a wn&'on load of fine musk inelons. E. W.'Collins, of Little Falls, was in town Vlonday. The olcvaior at this place is being painted this week. It m»w has a line sijrn it marked ''Monarch 4'orupa II v". .|uii"s iir naii. of Little Falls was here Tin -silny. I\ c. Muske, wlio has been sick for the past week, is aide to be out aji'a'u. E.J. Batchelor is milking some very tine soixlxiiu at his...

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. — 4 October 1895

gW: (1 VOL 20. five Page It Will Pay You to Trade at TBI L_... in gains of best We are the only exclusive I5ry G-oods Store ever brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. Among the HJMCIMI itttniction* thirl claims your ai tentlon because of their values and nt.\ leu. are otit­ is inch imported Freed) ail wool serges in 'ill shades at 26c you will pay 4Sc at other stores. 36 inch cashmeres in all shades for ltic. that will cost yon at least 25c else \v I fere. S4t inch, heavy, all" wool Storm and French serg oH at ASc that you will pay 50c for half cotton else­ where. are the leaders in dress goods and will sell you all wool ji'oodw for what yon pay for cotton warp. Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you $l 50 it* the cities. S ive money trade at home, and get our samples before tiuyinii', and convince yourselves 1 hat you can buy good wool goods at prices yon have been pa.ving for cotton. henvv ribbed t^FREE—Ask to see our elegant gift PLESSE BESI^N MIND That no matter...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

MeKlSl.EY BILL OR BETTER Gen. ©ralte, the Republican candidate for jjovernor of Iowa, made tt»e following statement in the opem'ing speech of his cam­ paign: "I have been asked whether the republican party will r«*-enact the McKinley tariff. I don't know. But I do know that the next re­ publican tariff-will be an equally patriotic and intelligent expression of the netds of the industries of the country at such time as it shall be ^passed. Aijd I know that under that republican tariff we will tax the foreign producer who brings his goods to America rather than selligoyernmeut bonds to the foreigners at 104, wheu they are worth 128, to pay the expense of running the government, and tint under that tariff we will export more than we import, leaving the balance of trade on the side of the American people. I believe in such a tariff, because, marry much ill my opinion, it accords with good, common, "business s*nse, and I believe in it ^because it has been tried and has produced r.dequate...

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. — 4 October 1895

Warlike Resolutions of the Promoters of the "New Movement." National Alliance Formed and a Full Set of Officers Selected. The "Declaration of Princi­ ples" Given Unanimous Support. CHICAGO, Sept. 27.—The Irish Na­ tional Alliance is the result of the convention of Irish-Americans in ses­ sion here the past three days. Officer.-: were elected and the following "declara­ tion of principles" adopted: The people of Ireland are a sovereign people. Ireland is by nature separate from every country and liberty is the birthright of her people. Ireland was known throughout Europe as a nation long ago as the dawn of Christianity and was tfye home of civilization while England was still barbarous. England's claims to authority in Ire­ land, originated in force and has been maintained by corruption and coercion. They have never ripened into a right to rule the title by conquest has never been perfected, inasmuch as the Irish people have continuous by constitu­ tional agitation or revolutionary m...

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

'u x£.*'~ ittfej'.M', On advertising Which may tcn«t to help Rflverlli«». Ki Well written advertisements are rea^ fe#£' body/' S/h A St'! iy.r with interest by every- One point well brought out in the introduction of an advertis* ment will chain the reader's at­ tention and lead him to read the jresU-^eneralities and all. Take OB much pains in writing your ,fadsr say as you do in keeping your books and you will have no tropble to get people to read them. Advertising is one of thfl most Jmporcant features of your busi* ness and eftPwM receive your at tention as such if you wish to succeed in any line of business. in their "jJU"? They do in yours. 3 Change your advertisement fre quently. Specialty advertising and special none but members of that asso sales are fast coming to the front as being the best method of bring­ ing a store to the foremost rank in any community. Set a day fo a sale of one line of goods, that this line is displayed yery neatly in your show windows and store on t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

:'fe, -'." -•••«$ m?- ctive Page HOT FIGHT PROMISED. Dill to Stop Fistic Encounters In Texas May Possibly Be Defeated. Passage of the Pleasure Nar­ rowed Down to a Big Po litical How. The Legislature Convenes and Hears the Governor's Message. AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. 2.—In compliance with the proclamation of Governor Cul­ ler sen convening the legislature in this city Oct. 1 to take action on the prize fight question which has been agitated "by the pioposed Ccrbett-Fitzsimmons' mill at Dallas Oct. 81, a quorum of both Louses responded to roll call -at high noon and were in working shape within SO minutes and at 12:30 promptly re­ ceived a message fr.m the governor. Governor Culberson confined himself solely to the prize fight question and reviewed at length the situation which made the calling of the legislature nec­ essary. He said he regretted that he liad to call the solons together, as tho question was being wrangled over in the courts, he deemed it aav sable to stop further discussio...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

ts (TT1.E FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THIS TKANBCUIPT PUB. CO. CHB1J8HED KVKRY KBIUAV. SUBSCK'HTION: One year Six Three months ... $i so OVKKTIHINU HATKHUJW. LITTLE FALLS, MtNW The Texas legislature promptly passed a law that will prevent the Corbi.'tt-Fitzsiniuions prize fight at Dallas. The champion pugs will probably not bj able to ar­ range a meeting anywhere in the United States. The United States court at the western end ol the Northern Pacific has refused to act in harmony with the Mil­ waukee and St. Paul courts, and the two ends of the road will be under separate management. It is certainly imperative that the security holders of the ISiorthern Pacific soon get control of the property. With the present fight going on it must be an easy mark for competitors. A poll of the house of repre­ sentatives of the congress that will convene in Decernber indicates that 216 members are opposed to free silver and 88 outspoken in favor of it, and 52 refuse to declare themselves either way. There...

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. — 4 October 1895

wp ni" Mi «ias JfTTLE KAILS TRANSCRIPT BY THB TMANBCHIPT PUB. CO* HI7BU8BKD KVKRY FR'RUMY. SUBSCK'PTION! H$OM- year montlm... -'.'Three months ... tMVKKTIHlHM KATISH IA)W. LITTLE PALLS. The Texas A poll of the house ot repre­ sentatives of the congress that will convene in De'cembor indicates that 216 members are opposed to free silver and 88 outspoken in favor of it, and 52 refuse to declare themselves either way. There are 30 Republicans who are openly for free' silver. There is no danger of the passage of any free coinage bills by that congress, and it the question is a prominent issue in the next campaign there will be no chance for the election of a congress that will favor it. The American people will not favor this nation alone among civilized countries attempting to double the price of silver. KOMANCfi FOR OCTOBER. The October number of Ro­ mance has a pleasing cover printed riu purple »j j»nd green, and the reading matt'erls no less attractive and variedly Copan Doyle's pat...

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. — 4 October 1895

JOB PRINTING THE TMKUHFT JOB OFFIC IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKOITGHOUT. HEAT, CHKAP AND RAPID. Rend J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. Read Mw. Hosch's prices this WOeli. Shipments from this place Tuesday were, lumber twenty curs tlourfour paper two. The annual church meeting of the Congrega tionnl society will be held October 9. The first imiiiocr of this year's Alpha will be published on Satiuduy of this week. A new crossing was put in on First avenue southeast and Second street Thursday. T. J. Mathieson shipped a car load of cattle to the South yt. Paul stock yards Tuesday. J. J. Kennedy moved his family in­ to the residence of A. Olson, 011 Second street south. ,1. B. Gibbons has a. very artistic display in his show window, the work cf W. A. Butler. Charles L. Otto, of Royalton and Miss Alice Lambert were married at White Earth on Thursday. John Suudstroiii is erecting a resi­ dence for himself 011 Seventh street, just south of Staples' store. Simonet Bros, put up an elegant ...

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. — 4 October 1895

dk-J Vv fcjT? P' •c A v'j JOB PRINTING THE. TBAHSliBIPT JOB OFFlCi IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROITGHOITT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. Ret.d Mrs. Howell's prices this week, Shipments from thin place Tuesday were, lumber twenty cars flour four paper two. The annual church meeting of the Congregational society will be held October 9. The first nuinoer of this year's Alpha will be published on Satuiday of this week. A new crossing is was put in on First aveuue southeast and Second street Thursday. T. J. Mathieson shipped a car load of cattle to the South St. Paul stock yards Tuesday. J. J. Kennedy moved his family in­ to the residence rif A. Olsen, on Second street south. J. B. Gibbons has a display in his show work cf W. A. Butler. very artistic window, the Charles L. Otto, of Royal ton and Mios Alice Lambert were married at White Earth on Thursday. John Sundstrom is erecting a resi­ dence for himself on Seventh street, just south of Staples' store....

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. — 4 October 1895

rHE & &< iw\ & &• POSITION. MICHIGAN SENATOR ARGUES AGAINST FFifcE COINAGE. It Would Expel Our OoI«l ind Gold Paper and Cause A Disastrous Panic—Renal! of Having Two Dollar* of Different Val­ ues—Evils of a Silver lijsk. In an address, fielivered at Bay View, Mich., Senator Barrcvs of Michigan vigorously opposed the free coinage fal­ lacy and upheld our present financial ty .fce-_j. After reviewing our moiiGturj legislation he said: "In the first, piace the free and un­ limited coinage oi bilvur at 16 to 1 would in my ?spel from onr circulation not, only our entire volume of gold, but every douar ot pi ,er uioney redeemable in gold, aiidiMUHe a contrac­ tion of the onneucy aid a re ultant panic the like of which lias nut been seen in this geueratioij. "This would follow a* the inevitable result of thut law of mout- ary hc.ence which where iwo nun va me i.s. ued of unequal value the (.helper will always expel the ileaier U-oiu circulation. It certainly nendrf iiu i...

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. — 4 October 1895

VI 4 H-X & ill five Page STATE EQUALIZATION. Reports or the Assessment Changes by the State Re­ ceived by the auditor. The JPlne Tree Company and the Banks Receive an Increase, County Auditor Eilenbecker has received from the state auditor a report of the changes in assessment mnd(j by the state board of equaliza­ tion. The changes in Morrison county are: Horses—2 years old, decreased 10 per cent 3 years old, decreased 5 per cent. Cattle—1 year old, increased 15 per cent oxen, decreased 10 per cent. Sheep—Increased 25 per cent. Watches—Increased 5 per cent. Organs—Increased 5 pei cent. Pianos—Increased 25 per cent. Agricultural tools and implements —Increased 20 per cent. Material and manufactured ar­ ticles (Item 17)—Increased 75 per cent in the city of Little Falls. Shares of bank stock—Increased 15 per cent. The total assessment in Item 17 in the city is $88,245. Of this amount the Pine Tree company is credited •with §86,500 Cawley & Hyde, $500 Jacob Kiewel, $300 and the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

s'i'v 1 Formidable British Fleet As­ sembled Before the City of Nankin. Must Be Complied or Trouble Will Follow. Demands With All Wealthy Chinese Seeking Shelter by Flight to Shanghai. SHANGHAI, Sept. 80.—Failing the en­ tire compliance of the Central govern­ ment with the British demands, it is understood that a fleet of 14 warships will make a demonstration before Nan­ kin on Tuesday or "Wednesday next. The British demand is that within i4 days an edict most be issued degrading the viceroy of Chuen, or otherwise the British admired commanding will act. The wife and family and the treasure of the viceroy of Nankin have been brought to Shanghai for safety. Rich Chinese merchants are coming here from every side seeking shelter. INQUIRY. OBSTRUCTING Chinese Officials Laying Up Farther Trouble for Themselves. HONS KONO, Sept. 80.—Obstruction of the inquiry by foreign consuls into the Ku Cheng massacre of August is still being kept up by Chinese officials. Forty men suspected of complic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

5 »»Jv\r 'i to v, FROM Wi & 't'-V? Ph lr'^ it V% te'1 -.1 -VH kUfM 8|ffl 'fil mmm 9 BP- MtWM•K '*fcf ^1 THE UNIVBRSlTy. ... F. 1*. Hoffman Write* of Class Elections. Football and Other Thing*. A EDITOR TRANSCRIPT:—Your little dally, or rather, Little Falls dally, reaches me regularly every day through the postofflce stationed at the university for the convenience of the students. Mail Is distributed iihere several times a day and each student may have his own private box. The classes are fairly well ar ranged now and work and football may move along in their regular course. By the way, there was a game of football last Saturday be­ tween the "U" and the Central High School in which the score stood 550—0 in favor of the "U". These football games are all very much alike and a discription of one gives a person a fair opinion of any. In describing a game of football spectator says "The handsome youths attack one another, tread upon one another, They bruise, they wound, they dislo­ c...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 October 1895

Elt" tv 1 Alports from Royalton. TheT. B. Hmwkt &0o. mill, un­ der the tnarwiflreinpnt of the Inter­ state Milling company. If* rnimlpR to its utmost capacity. -With their push and enterprise applied here Royalton mill* w?l| m«kp j. new record the coming year. T. 5 B. «, V'- The, Kobe mill is running rlirbt along With J. L. Hawkinnon as mil ler.antl the Irrepressible Murk Kobe us whoat buyer and all around I hustler. They, too,4 should make a new record. A. C. Wilson & I'O.'H feed mill liawkew, of Diiluth. IIHH been fa the village thr past week witling up their hnsinesK here. According lo reports of hunting parties lately returned fiom lakes eaPt and wept of tin the nam" species ofduekH are here tills season as al­ ways— high flyers. We have had no cyclones recently but the wind lane Tuesdnv after­ noon blew down the Kobe mill smokestack. Since adjournment of court we again meet all our people on the street,*. C. W. Bouck. in spite of opposition, Is putting a large wagon sca...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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