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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 October 1895

•i-% & i-rl VOL Royalton New. On ami off all summer the N. P. R. B. company have had a crew at work here building a new .bridge. acroHg the Platte river. It is- neur Ing completion now and is a fine uteel Htrdcture with the support at each end of solid concrete. The work has been a fine piece of engi­ neering at no time has traffic been detained. The new bridge is "out of sight". So Is the old one. J. D. Logan reports a plen»»anr visit at his old home in Pennsyl­ vania. He says business is picking up and mills and factories that have been idle for the past three years are startingup not because of the That progressive color supper, table and be able to keep moving to the next until you had finished at the fourth. EplHCoparchurch in this village on Sunday, Oct. 13. cows, .1. J. Hill lias been quite ill with .j For the past week Two Rivers, Holding, Brock way and Swan River farmers have taken advantage of the new mill company's needs and marketed a large quantity of wood. J. Lonsd...

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. — 11 October 1895

Jf Lord Sackville West the Au­ thor of an Extraordinary Publication. Our Public Men, Living and Dead, Made Targets for His Abuse. Pamphlet Intended as a De­ fense of the "Sackville Incident." NEW YORK, Oct, 9.—A World cable gram says: An extraordinary, and in many respects unprecedented, publica­ tion by a British or other high diplo­ mat, has been discussed during the past few days among the foreign representa­ tives to the court of St. James. This is a handsomely printed pamph­ let marked "for private circulation only," and entitled "My Mission to the United States, 1881-88," and has just been issued by Lord Sackville, who as Sir Lionel Sackville Sackville-West, K. C. M. G., was the English minister to Washington for the period named. It will be remembered that President Cleveland, almost on the eve of the election of 1888 sent Sir Lionel his pass­ ports because of a letter written by him to an alleged Englishman in California, commenting upon the approaching elec­ tion. This pamp...

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. — 11 October 1895

&REATMUD HfiALERS SILL NYE GIVES SOME CORRESPOND­ ENCE BETWEEN TWO OF THEM. In Which It ZB Clearly Shown That the Early Rising Mad Spring* Are Inferior to the Cluy Bank Mineral Springs, or Vice Vena. [Copyright, 1895, by Edgar W. Nye. The amenities of politics have been very highly spoken of, but competition -and a sharp rivalry in securing public patronage extend themselves until there is a tinge of bitterness even in the most peaceful avocations. During the summer •MINERAL 5PRING5 OFFICE THE ANSWER. the following interstate correspondence passed between the gentlemanly proprie­ tors of rival maguetic mud springs, and by suppressing the names I am permit­ ted to print them, to show how two great healers may be called upon to heel themselves: EARLY RISING MUD SPRINGS, 27 MINKHAR, FOUNTAINS, All Different, Saline, Aphrodisiac, Sulphurous, Chalybeate, Alkaline, Lithia. ELI, MO., Sept. 4. Mr. Archie Magrnder, Clay Bank Min­ eral Springs, Ind. DEAR SIR—I congratulate you folks heart...

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. — 11 October 1895

^^^•^^f^''' ft I 1 I li c't 1 ll I :h L- t,i ?1i 'l 'if il sJ-J mi Ky ?&•• -m *•, ,:-?- Our Schools. The purpose of this article on our school is not to repeat what has become so thoroughly recog­ nized as to their standing and the quality of the work being ac­ complished. What the Alpha wishes is to arouse still deeper interest on the part of our citizens and patrons, and to enlist their co-operation along every line that will tend to raise the character and efficiency of our schoolsystem. The aim of those in charge of our schools is to reach the highest standard of excellency and to provide the students and pupils who come under their charge with every advactage and opportunity that a public school system can offer greater improvement is sought in every phase of school work. The outline of the work for the year indicates that every department from the lowest to the highest will do its part to attain the desired end. Every means that will benefit, the pupil and advance the char...

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. — 11 October 1895

1 .. Hi I 'V' »JL .-VuJ SOiyiE LOCAL SENTIMENT. The Minneapolis Times Cor­ respondent Publishes Some Interviews. Tho talkative correspondent of the Minneapolis Times, who was in Lit­ tle Fall« a few days ago published long letter in the Tuesday's issue of his paper, in which he reviewed some of the railroad history of Little Falls, and then quoted a few of the leading citizens. We publish the fol­ lowing: The sentiments of the people at Little Falls, *vh-ere there is but one railroad, is as much against the consolidation of the two roads as at «ny other place. Though they have made eve*\v effort to get connection with the Gl-eat Northern, in order to liavenn additional outlet for their products, yet they deplore the pros­ pect of a monopoly. F. E. Caw ley, president of the Interstate Milling •company, said: "Whether we would be disturbed by this proposed consolidation or not. I know that the welfare of the people would be sacrificed, and what is of interest to the great majority of ...

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. — 11 October 1895

i:i $ "i If •if! 1 'M mW\s. mm (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVESY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION: One year Six month* •Three on tbe HVRKTISING RATES LOW LITTLE FALLS. MINN From Tuesday'* Daily. FRENCH CATHOLIC FRIR. A Three Day*' Fair Opened With a Large Display or Article* for Sale—Supper Served Cacti Night. The French Catholic fair, under the management of the ludies of that church, opened Tuesday afternoon. A large number of fancy and useful articled are displayed. Among the contributed articles were noticed the following: St. St. by by Puui Pnul St. Mrs. A banquet lamp, by a firm marble clock, by a house iadies' mackintosh, Paul firm oil painting, Gaudet oil painting, by Mrs. O'Shea silver tea set, by Mrs. M. E. Butler silver cake basket, by Mrs. L. Vusuly cut glass carafe and six glusses, by M. Y. Wetzel infant's cloak, by Miss Lamothe cross in glass work bv Mrs. Jos. Lachance worsted cross, by Mrs. A. Germain. Some of these articles will be voted as fol­ lo...

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. — 11 October 1895

JOB PRINTiG TIE TRAHSlRIPT JOB OFFICi IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGH OUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. There is a surplus of money in county treasury now. the H. Landahl went to Swanville Sat­ urday to examine some school land. And the depot is bein? extended away north from Broadway. Grinley & Ronines opened their new clothing store Wednesday. T. J. Mathieson shipped a car of live stock to the St. Paul market Tuesday. A. Rider is doing the engineer H. ing work for water works. the Rich Prairie Leon Houde is now dispenser of smiles and beverages atR. Marotte's sample rooms. The Select Knights' annual ball will be given at the Gross opera house this evening. The editors have returned from the Atlanta exposition, and all report an excellent time. H. A. Fretz writes from Detroit, Minn., that he is doing a good busi­ ness selling Dustlexs oil. The Weir-Mears Commission com­ pany, of Dulath, have opened a general store in Royalton. Mr. and Mrs. A...

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. — 11 October 1895

pK Bp Ktoi k\'. tf' 111* A Devideil Advantage to the California 1 raveler. Is the iu*\v through tourist ear h»i vice inaugurated »l»y the Northern Pacific railroad in coiuiwtiuii with the youthen! I'iicillt- railroHd. Shunta route, between tliel3*iHt ami Caiiforaia points via. Portland, Oregon, These cars lrav« St. I'aul janrt MinneajmliK evor.v, WVlu»-slMy afternoon via the Northern Pacific •"Overland" arriving at Sacramento «titl HanFraneisco thefollow iti« Mon­ day morning. Berth rata only #0. J«'oi* reservations apply to T. 'W. jkiuiiu, lichet agent N. i'. it. it-. Little Fallw, Minn. bt A. P. Sawyer, MI—ALTER suffering FOUR j-ears with female weak nous 1 wax jer*mideri ly •i trtfi) try your PtMille*. and aMcr lining tlieui one year, I c»tn sny urn entirely well. I liiinot iccoiiimei.'i them too highly. Mr.i. M. S Brook, Hi'0:iK')ii. Bethel Brunch Co.. Mich. Hold i»v I.. I', lir.jwn. Coiumbia Hotel. W O N 0 3 A 8 re Second St. between Bronilw#j|*nd First AT®.Ji. Newly furnished ...

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. — 11 October 1895

WANT THE SEMINARY. A Successful Meeting to Adopt Plans to Secure the Seminary. The Chamber of Commerce Will Soon be Reor­ ganized. There was a good attendance at the meetinp called by Mayor David­ son Thurs lay evening to consider plans for securing the location of the Fin sem.uury at Little Falls. The meeting was called to order by the mayor, who stated the object of the meeting, and W. M. Fuller was elected chairman and C. I. McNalr secretary. Mr. Landahl explained the condition of affairs regarding the seminary the Finnish Lutheran church bad planned for several years to establish a seminary, and had raised a considerable part of the neces­ sary funds. A committee had been ap­ pointed that had authority to select and purchase the site, and establish the seminary, and that it was the committee's desire to have it ready for students by January 1 of next year. The speaker had met mem­ bers of the committee in Little Falls, and made them an offer for the Anl lers hotel property. They...

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. — 11 October 1895

A I Terrific Gas Explosion Occurs in a Colliery at Wilkes barre, Pa. Number of Dead Unknown, but Will Probably Roach a Dozen. Rescuers Recover Eight Vic­ tims in a Serious Con­ dition. WILKESBABRE, Pa., Oct. 8.—Shortly after 5 p. m. a terrific explosion of gas occurred in the Dorrance mine, operated the Lehigh Valley Coal company, which is situated in the northwestern put of the city. It is not yet known low many men wore in the mine. The officials ar^very reticent and it is al ost impossible to get any information liom the levels of the earth where the lescuers are at work. At 0 o'clock e.ght men, all badly burned, were Lrought to the surface. Kofcert Blanchard, one of the rescued miners, gave his version of the explosion to a reporter as he lay on a cot in the hospital. Shortly before 5 o'clock the engineer corps decided to make a sur­ vey of a portion of the old abandoned workings known as the Baltimore sec­ tion. The party, which was in charge of the fixe boss, Daniel Keese, v, ...

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. — 11 October 1895

COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. The Matter of Appointing Successor to Alderman Turner 1« Laid on the Table. The city council met In regular ses­ sion Monday evening. Aid. Wrintit presiding. Present, Aldermen Wright, Frampton, Moeglein, Mecusker and Martin absent, President Hoffman. The following bills were allowed: Northwestern Tel. Ex. Co. Telephone city hall $ 5 28 L. A. Norton, cleaning fur­ nace city hail 3 00 Geo. Stillwell, boarding'City prisoner 4 75 M. Frizinger, witnes fees Hudon case 1 12 Dr. L. M. Roberts, expert witness fees,-Hudon case.... 20 00 Paul Felix, witness fees and mileage Hudoji case 4 16 Chemical Co., false alarm fire 2 00 I. E. Staples, lumber for street com 107 02 Hose Co. No. 1, Dumont fire.. 1 25 2 1 0 0 J. W. Berg, hardware 22 33 T. Gannon, watehingquaran tine house. O. Hedstrom 20 00 M. Coleman, wathingquaran tine house, M. Montbriand. 26 00 Nels Anderson, watching quarantine house, Clias. Hedstrom 18 00 W. B. Jones, work on water trough Kidder street... 150 W. B....

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. — 11 October 1895

K,V •n) :.' personals. &* j.' Sheriff Rider 1 1 Thurmltiy. was Hwanville Dr. ra juin, of Motley, was in the city Titeatlny. Sheriff Rider went to Motley Tues day afternoon. Chan. Fish, of Sauk Centre, was in ithe city Tuesday. 1 H. B. Tuttie came up from St. JPaul Tuesday evening. Hon. 0. B. Buck'man went to St. Paul Monday afternoon. James E. MaKelvey, of St. Cloud, was in the cit.v Saturday.. Rev. Mr. McLean, of Randall, was visiting the Rev. VVm. Moore. John Wetzel went to St. Cloud on the Thursday morning train. Mrs. Jno. A. [U-i key ror.irned to St. l'aul yesterday afternoor.. C. E. Hyde returned from lied Luke Falls yesterday morning. A. E. Stivers, of Brainerd, was in the city Monday visiting friends. L. R.Swift,of St. Cloud, was regis­ tered at Hotel Buckinun Tuesday. Hugh Riddle and wife, of Brainerd, were visiting in the city Tuesday. The board of education paid a visit to the city schools Tuesday. Will Reagans, of Staples, spent Sunday with relatives in this city. H. ...

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. — 18 October 1895

it It Will Pay You to Trade at Our line of novelties in silk and wool at 98c will cost you $1 50 in the cities. Save money trade tit home, and get our samples before buying, and convince yourselves that you can buy good wool goods at prices you have been paying for cotton. We are the only exclusive Pry Goods Store in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains of best selected goods for the money, ever brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. Among the special attraction* that claims your attention «ift* of their valui'H aiul styles, are our 38 Inch imported French all wool serges iu all shades at 28c you will pav 48c at other stores. 36 inch cashmeres in all shudes for 18c. that will cost .von at least 25c elsewhere. 5* inch, heavy, all wool Storm and French Herges at 48c that you will pav 50c for half cotton else­ where. We are the leaders in dnw goods and will sell you all wool goods for what you pay for cotton. warp. ft 9 2 e» «i a S? £. 39 cr a 2 «9 5 a a* 5 1 3 a. VJ 3 UNDERWEAR. Our spe...

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. — 18 October 1895

IS I. --I-i lr a $y to BVtf F#i t: Bj.fi 5- ®{V •«:. 'ij*5 s& I- f|L &{ |r it 't kiitilAMp MOM The Minnesota Ex-Governor Addresses the Bankers at Atlanta. "Currency of the Twentieth Century" the Subject of His Talk. Retiring Greenbacks and Sher­ man Notes a Feature of the Plan. ATLANTA, Oct. 16.—The American Baukers' association began its sessions in the Grand Opera House at 10 o'clock, •with an unusually large attendance of delegates and a liberal sprinkling of visitors and onlookers. The association was welcomed to (he city in a brief speech by Mayor Porter King, and to the state by Hon. G. G. Jordan, presi­ dent of the State Bankers' association. To these words of welcome President Odell replied in behalf of the visiting bankers and delivered his annual ad­ dress. Among the papers read during the afternoon session was one by ex Governor Merriam of Minnesota on "The Currency of the Twentieth Cen­ tury." His suggestion was: "That, say 40 per cent of the capital of a nationa...

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. — 18 October 1895

•M •ii? $m' 1 -J •V •'fe® iV'*: t-'": 41 I It Charge That He Opposed the McKinley Bill Denied by One Whp Knows. The Ex- President Neither Gave, the Measure Sanction or Disapproval. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Corrects a Misleading Statement. CINCINNATI, Oct. 1,4.—The Commer­ cial Gazette, a strong McKinley paper edited by Perry S. Heath, who was close to Harrison during his administration, says: A great deal has recently appeared respecting the attitudo of President Harrison toward the McKinley tariff at the time of its adoption. It is contended that in the capacity of president, General Harrison opposed the schedules as.high as thoae in the McKinley bill and that he entered a pro­ test against them ft) those who had the matter in charge. One prominent Re­ publican newspaper has stated recently that the MoKinley tariff Defeated Harrison's Re-election and that this fact is the cause of Har­ rison's feeling toward McKinley. An­ other influential Republican newspaper in the West anno...

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. — 18 October 1895

••Onr City." From the text ?'A Citizen of Nr Mean City", the Kev. William Moore preached oil the above subject nt the Congregation!!! elmrch l«at 6vcnin|! After referring to the Ques­ tion of patriotism. both nntionnl and civic, nnd pointing out the need of the latter as well HO uh the forme.-, and after showing that the Apostle Paul was true patriot and proud of hit* citizenship, the reverend gentleman said that in taklngup the subject of our city it xvjih aw a cl'.izen w**o had watched with inivh Interest its growth during the past few years, and who believed that a bright future wan before it. Sen­ ator Nelson, at meeting of our citizens a few weeks ago, said that in view of the natural advantages and location we possessed, and the rapid yet substantial growth wehad made in the past, few years, he must call this city t' "Metropolis of the Upper Mississippi." The senator has the enviable reputation of being a man of firm convictions and of keen discernment, and certainly the title...

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. — 18 October 1895

Pro in Wednesday's Daily. FORTHE FIN SEMINARY. M^ssi's. Lindbergh and Lan dalil Leave for Michigan to Meet the Com­ mittee. The Local Committee Still at Work Securing Sub­ scriptions— $5,000 Wanted. Notice was received Tuesday that the committee to locate the Fin Theological seminary would meet at Kepubli", Midi.. on Thursday of thiri week, and C. A. Lindbergh •and H. Laiulahl left 011 tilt evening train for that place in order to j'each there in time. The subscription •committee had not rushed work,not knowing that the matter was to be decided so soon. The work of incieas itig the list to the desired size was begun at once, and it is expected that the committee here will be aide to telegraph to the committee to­ night that $5,000 has been raised. While the addition of the seminary to this city would add considerably to the population, it would also at­ tract settlement to the county, and the people of the community gener­ ally appreciate its value. The ad­ dition of a large number ...

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. — 18 October 1895

1 nif 'W I Iff ft- A*. fi rl.. FAILS Thb Transcript Pub. Co. itv PUBLISHED EVERY FB1U\Y. SUBSCRIPTION: •Qae#«ni Sic month* Tkiet» .months ...VKKTIHINU KATB8LOW. UTTiiB PAX.UB, ••••.•••• Great Northern officials are stringently enforcing the new rules of the company, and employes enfrin£ing are given en­ forced vacations of various lengths. The pugs are unable to find a governor in the United States who will allow a champion prize fight. Silver has advanced a good* deal in price during the past few weeks. London is tKe 'center ®of the ad­ vance. One reason why women are so gener 9 ally troubled with some derangement of the distinctly fern inine organism is that as girls they learn nothing about their own physical make up. Parents are waking up to the importance of educa­ tion of this kind, and young women are be coming more and mote able to take can of their health. Carelessness in girlhood causes the great­ est suffering and unhappiness in after life. Little irregularities ana weakn...

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. — 18 October 1895

JOB PRINTING THE TRANSIUPT JOB OFFIGh IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUQHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Read J. B. Gibbons' ad vertisement, The Royalton school has an en­ rollment of 148. M. Hogstrom and family have re moved to Mont, Minn. The fire fiend can't even get agood start in Little Falls. Max Bahr is the new night clerk at the Little Falls house. A girl was horn Monday after­ noon to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Houde, Jr. Whooping cough is quite prevalent among the small children of this city. Miss Clara. Olson, of Royalton. is now employed on the Little Falls Herald. A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lougee, of Fourth street northeast. Considerable hay is being baled in this vicinity and shipped to the Duluth market. A baby girl arrived at the resi­ dence of Mr. and Mrs. C. I. McNair Thursday morning. you want good goods and square dealings go to Grinley & Ronines', the one price clothiers. Win. Parker, who was injured in the mill about two weeks ago, in said to be rec...

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. — 18 October 1895

8 CHARGES EXORBITANT. m'MAIION Illinois Hull road Coraiainslonen Render an Decision. CHICAGO,I.nportantA Oct. 16.— in st important ^decision was handed down by the Illi­ nois state board of railroad and ware liouso commissioners, it affects not only every railroad centering in Chica­ go but every shipper of livestock in all the territory tributory to Chicago. The commissioners decided that the switch inp and terminal charge of $2 per car which the reads have been charging for delivering freight at the stockyards is mi illegal ones aiid extortion. The case decided wai a test one brought by a shipper at Dwiglit aome time ago against the Alton road. The Alton will probably igm..ra the decision. If so the commissioners will a]} ly to the circuit court, to enforce its decision. The mat ter will probitbiy be carried to the su piemo court. 1 PANIC AMONG FREAKS. Flro at the Atlanta Exposition Causes Excitement. I ATLANTA, A Woman in t'.ie Case. LAKE BENTON, Minn., Oct. 16.— George Hansen, l...

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