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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 November 1895

Hi K'l? jjV iff te. KB* i£' I &•: lVJ-"»i',--,'-'.V' LV CTT UUI/' CHILD LOST AND FOUND. The Little Girl of Frank Long Lost Monday Night—Ex­ posed to the "Weather Over Twelve Hours. The people of this vicinity were aroused early Tuesday morning by the ringing of the fire belle and to the large number who responded was given the information that child Had been lost in tlie woods e'»st ct the city, and searchers were wanted to try an«i find liei\ The loHt^liild was the four-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, who live on the J. H. Rhodes farm, in the town of Bellevue. The little girl was with her grandfather who had been at Oak Ridge with a horse and buggy Monday after noon, and was returning home by the way of Peter Berke's farm and the Platte river ford near the outlet of Rice lake. They started for home rather late and when they got In the vicinity of Joseph Emmerson's {farm it was very dark, and the child'b grandfather, who is quite old and feeble, found that he was o...

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. — 8 November 1895

12 ft" W\^ «. v#fTy M, 1NCOHRIGIBLE GIRLS. Tak«n from Blanche Wood's Bagnio and Sent to the Re ",I IVUFCVV: I 'V. form School. Two young girls named Frances Gonsloi* iiiiti MttdKC Loyd, were taken before ustic« Gaudet by the city authorities on the charge of fre­ quenting a house of til fume for im­ moral i»urpoM«'M, and were convicted and sentenced to the ntate training school at Red WingWednesday. These two glrln and another •babe" Wright, were brought" to this city about week airo from Minneapolis by lilnm-lie Wood, the keeper of a low and immoral r**Mort oil First avenue Houthca.sC near Kidder street. U'nt* girls did not appear to be of aigftjiiidas the nuthorltifH did not consider that an oi-diimry sentence would be of any n*e in tliiH cane, they eniieavored to get testimony that would send tlieui to the reform Ruliooi. This they were unable to d«» nl ilmf, but finally succeeded in obtaining from one of the girls the address of her pim-ntH, N'ld they were written to and Tlie re...

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. — 15 November 1895

§B: iV Page VOI, 20. 'W: S V*^'U*' r*Yrw If t: liiiififr"" It Will ^ay Yoii to Trade at ONLVC6.UO We are the only exclusive Dry Goods Store in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains of best selected goods for the money, ever brought to the city. DRESS GOOD9. Among thte special attractions that claim* .vouv attention bwiauw of their VHIU»'H and STYLES urp our 30 inch imported French all wool serges in all shades at 38c you will pay 48c at other stores. 36tnch cHHhiiiereH In all shades for 18c. that will *oHt you at leaHt 26c elsewhere. 54 inch, heavy, all wool Storm* and French seiges at *8c that .vou will pay 50c for. half cotton else­ where We are the leaders in dress. ootids and will! Hell* '9^V4t££-rAi»k to see our elegant gift. -ifa PLBJa«^«WR iN MIND T«i*t'"^#dh ^wbst prlcci boieri idvertlM 1' you- cas alwayi get cbe goods fqfi' 1*«« money of Better Goods for the same money at Early Skating Fatality. The following telegram from J^ralne^d, dated Nov. 13, indicates the great dan...

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. — 15 November 1895

is* I -r^v- *r scran V-- -V €J Rumor Says Secretary Carlisle Is Slated to FBI the Pres ent Vacancy. President's Plans Changed by the Recent Elections in Kentucky. Vacancy in the Cabinet to Be Given to Charles S. Fairchild. WASHINGTON, NOV. 18.—The Post ,«ays: Secretary Carlisle may be ap­ pointed to the supreme court tench to succeed the late Justice Jackron. Some time ago the President had practically fixed upon Judge. Bufns Peckhamof the Ne-w York court of appeals for the place. All these plans, (however, are said to have been changed by the recent elections. Bad Kentucky elected a Democratic legislature it was confi­ dently expected that Mr. Oarliale wonld, on the 4th of March, 1897, step from the cabinet into the senate. This anticipar tion cannot now be realized. The po* political revolutioh in Kentucky has al­ so materially- affected Mr. ^Carlisle's chances for the presidential nomination .as well as greatly reduced the advisa­ bility of being a candidate with the odds so larg...

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. — 15 November 1895

fF '•fc' I. f... 5f li' L-W' fa' 'V ¥, 1 &*m iC if* *"4 1 f€V i** ML *k- ./I ir 4 If H*1,4 -iLla ih sis*y^l? ir 1 ir1 "if 1 iSI"! yi j.fc'' 4» ft t^^/i-aS^-SSiS WAS FATAL TO FOUR Locomotive Engine on the Le­ high Explodes With Ter­ rific Force. Boiler Blown Fifty Feet But the Train Still Continued on Its Way. Bodies of Several of the Vic­ tims Mutilated Beyond Recognition. •WARWICK, N. Y., NOT. 11.—Engine No. 13 of the Lehigh and Hudson rail road blew up eight miles from this place. Two men were instantly* killed and the other two died later from their injuries. The engine was drawing a a train between Maybrook and Phillips burg. Conductor Martin* O'Neill of Belvidere and his head brakeman, John L. Sloan of Phillipsburg, were in the cab when the train started from the junction with the engineer, William Cooper of Phillipsbury and his fireman, Herbert Beetner ot Stormy on the Atlantic. LONDON, NOV. 11.—A violent south­ westerly, gale prevailed at Queenstown throughout Saturday an...

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. — 15 November 1895

.-• "•. •'•VV t. I it1-:- & 'f-• I I & The St.'Paul Glob:' finds only When-~IMs gets out of jail there will not be much of the A. R. U. left to'follow his had teach nig. The McClaiy-Harvey debate on the silver question in Dnluth Thursday night was not a very pleasant affair. Each side thought the other was unfair, and the re­ ports of the debate indicate that it was a good deaLef a squabble# It is- a puzxle which is the "deader" the free silver craze ur the A. R. U. T)ebs pays th6re •was no strike ordered on the -Great Northern, and Towne says there will be no free silver passed by the Minister Bayard delivered a speech in England a few days ago in which impressed deep •concern as to the future of this country, owing to the strong protection sentiment.. He evidently repre­ sents the repudiated Cleveland administration a good deal better than he represents the nation Although the national adminis­ tration is Democratic, the chair­ man of that party organization says his party...

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. — 15 November 1895

eK s^s- :,s -.• VS&'-r W0 il&li S»i Defective Page DEDICATED T8 60D. The New Baptist Church Consecrated to His W ork 4 With Appropriate Ceremonies. A Large Gathering of Every Denomination Welcome the,,.N©w Edifice for ..Christian Worship. The new Baptint church., corner of Broadway and Fourth streets, was dedicated to the worship of Almighty God. Friday evening with titling ceremonies. The dedication sermon was de­ livered by Rev. W. H. (jeistweit. of Minneapolis. He took for hi# subject "What Kind of a Church the World Needs" and he handled it in an able •and masterly manner. His discourse was logical and convincing, and he held the close attention of an audi •ence compased of the clergy and other leading members of every de­ nomination, which, filled the church irom the pulpit to the door. Rev. Rust, of the Chnpel Car, gave the dedication prayer, and It was an earnest and forcible petition to Him whose service the new edifice was consecrated, for a continuance of His bless...

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. — 15 November 1895

(TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TKANSCKIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIO-VY. SUBaCPJHTION: One year Six month* Three months PVKRT1HINO RATES U)W. LITTLE FALLS, M1SM Republican papers arc quoting with considerable glee the san­ guine prophecy the St. Paul Globe made the day before election of Democratic victories. St. Paul is experiencing a lively agitation over the system of teach­ ing in the common schools. Many good friends of education insist that the work is not thorough enough in the common branches. Minneapolis business men are making efforts to get direct rail­ road connections with the Black Hills. The present railroads to that district tend to take the busi­ ness to Chicago. A company of Eastern capitalists owning many gas plants have pur­ chased a controling interest in the St. Paul Gas company, which owns the electric-light systems as well as gas plants in that city. At the rate the stock sold the plant is valued at about $1,000,000 above the bonded debt. The immigration co...

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. — 15 November 1895

JOB PRINTING safe THE TWSCHIPT JOB OFFlCt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGH OUT. VEAT, CHEAP AND RAPIIX Jerry Root, of Ft. Ripley, vvaB in the city Wednesday. The newspapers are still finding candidates for mayor—next jear. Geo. Borley is now clerking in the clothing store of Grinley & Ronines. Sheriff Rider was transacting busi­ ness at Ft. Ripley. Wednesday after­ noon. John J. Francisco,'of Motley, has just been allowed an increase of pension. Alonzo Sawd.v, of Buck mail, was granted tt pension by the depart­ ment Friday. Richard Bros, have received their fall goods. Call in and see them. Crow Wing county has a bonded debt of $195,000, and pays $12,300 a year interest. A marriage license was issued Sat­ urday to (Frank Bastien and Miss Emma Picotte. County School Superintendent Seal was visiting schools in the western part of the county Tuesday. A marriage license was granted Monday to Peter Klein and Mrs. Mary Ruder by Clevk of Court. A scarcity ot cars caused a large...

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. — 15 November 1895

IP f- &M.1 tfak m, i: h* NORTHWESTERN NUGGETS. Laura J. Madden of New York city has just been grouted a divorce at S*argo. ..'"• The Golden Reward Mining company has sold its Black Hills mine to an Eng­ lish syndicate. Mill owners along the Iowa river will substitute «tcam for water power. This is made imperative ty the low stage of the water. Judge Thoma«r, at Fargo, has decided fhat Nortlrrn Pacific receivers must pay judgment»or allow executions on tiid property. Governor Sheldon of South Dakota devotes tho greater part of his Thanks giving day proclamation to a discussion of the irrigation question. Citizens of the midway district be­ tween St. Paul and Minneapolis are making a hot fight against "blind pigs." l^uue a few are said to eiist. The nw Minneapolis courthouse wit­ nessed its first knock-down fight Tues­ day. Two attorneys were the princi­ pals and the trouble started over an old hat. I Ex-Senator Thomas W. Palmer's residence on Woodward avenue, De­ troit, was compl...

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. — 15 November 1895

COXL IN MlNNiaOTX. Xa .Eleven-Fpot Veto Found at the Big Fork River. N L. W. Ayer. of Belle Prairie, who hue spent much of the lime for the past few years estimating timber and cruising for mineral in the country about the upper Mississippi and the ltainy lake region, Iihh l)« come convinced that'there were coal deposits there. The abundance of pieces of coal found in the vicinity of Winnebogoshibh lake left no doubt in Mr. Ayer's mind about' there being a vein of coal there. Pieces of coal have been found at various places, and nearly all the explorers up there are sure that coal exists in large quantities in the district. And now a report coines of a large vein being discovered along the Big Fork river near the Rainy lakedistrict. If the report should be true, it is one of the most important discoveries ever made in the state. A telegram from Duluth says: A party of explorers prospecting along the Big Fork river near the Rainy lake district a few weeks ago discovered an outcroppin...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 November 1895

lO 'F •H 'j tl ?. I .[ I •. $ •T 's w/ 1 v' OUR NEXT Senator Brlce Says Indications Are That He Will Be a Republican. Result Caused, He Says, by Dis­ satisfaction With Demo­ cratic Policy. The President Not Personally Responsible for the Av­ alanche. trrTSBUBG, Nov. 9.—"The results of the e.ecuuns of 1895 makes it most cer­ tain tliut the nominee of the next Re­ publican national convention will be elected president," said Senator Calvin fc. Br.ce to an evening paper reporter at the union depot last evening. Mr. ©rice was seated in a Pullman car on 4he eastern express. The defeated states -iHail said he was going to New York. 'The reporter asked him how the elec­ tion wculd effect onr presidential poli­ tics, and Mr. Brice made answer as 'quoted above. The senator continued: 'If the next president is not a Re­ publican the last election has at least added much to the interest that will be felt in the deliberations of the Repub lican convention. Who will be nomi­ nated? Well, Mr. McK...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 November 1895

LOGS AND LUMBER. Little Falls Mills Still Run­ ning—Minneapolis Mills Closed—Heavy Ship in ents. Buckman's Operations for the Wiiiter-A. C. Wilson & Co.—Quick Work at Brainerd. LOCAL. MILLS STILL RUNNING The Pine Tree Co.'s two .saw mills at this place continued running steadily since our last issue, aud will keep going till the weather prevents. This week opened up very pleasant, but a cold wave is liable to drop down on this community any day that will freeze the logs in the pond. Last year the mills sl.ut down much earlier, Oct. 13 being the last day they run that year. In 1893 Oct. 23 was the last day w. the mills sawed. 'Ihe cut this season iwill be much larger than ever before, as both nills have run night and day. MINNEAPOLIS.MILLS QUIT. The Minneapolis saw mills all quit work last week. Several weeks ago the Boom company quit turning logs into the Minneapolis pond, suppos­ ing there were enough logs to keep tbe mills going till the river froze. The mills sawed all the lo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 November 1895

\V nf^TWTV"fw*7 *«t"Wsr 1 SIR MICHAEL Sir Michael A. Meyendorf, who will deliver the flrut of tyres to h«* given under the auspices of our clt.v HCMOOIH. will speak In .the court houxenext Wednesday evening, Nov. 20. at 8 o'clock. Mr. Meyendorff t»eurs the unique distinction-, of bMiig lie only politi­ cal prisoner eve 'released' from Hbeiiun exile by the intercession or the Ui'lted Stfites govermnenc. Mr. Meyendorff is a Polish gentleman, wno, with IIIH patriotic brothers joined the insurrection of 1863, the last attempt of the enthralled Poles to throw off the yoke of Russia. Though not quite 14 years of age, he participated in the first battles, was captured, tried, and condemned to exile in Siberia for life. After seven moi.ths in Russian prisons he trnv»'ed seven months on foot with 325 other prisoners to the wilds of Siberia, and after eighteen months in that country where he met with various adventures, he was re­ leased through the intercession of President Lincoln and Secre...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 November 1895

Sf* t,y» T?* "I 1 ?•$« f9"FICEE—Ask to see our elegant gift. PLBfffiE BESR IN MIND .That no matter what .'. .prlc^a other* advertise you can always get the BameTflooda for ieaa money or Better Goods for the'aame money at Lincoln Locals. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fallon •a 10% lb. bo,t, Win. Balsig^r will work for Jones & Hatcher this winter. Mrs. John Randall spent a few days in the Fills this week. According tri Defective Page r"* It Wil You to Trade at Thr 'e are the only exclusive Dry Goods Stdre in town, and carry the grandest bar­ gains of best selected goods for the money, eter brought to the city. DRESS GOODS. 'Anions ilie special 'attractions that claims your attenti«ni becwu-e of their vmIuch and styles, htp our 38 inch imported French all wool serges in all shades at I 28c you will pay 48c at other stores. 36 inch cashmeres in all shades for l®c, that will cost you at least 20c elsewhere. Inch, heavy, all Wool Storm and French serges at Afic that you will pay 50c for h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 November 1895

Its Resources and Possibilities as Seen by the St. Paul Convention. Number of Interesting Papers on the Subject Read and Discussed. Addresses by Lieutenant Cov- 4 ernor Worst, J. J. Hill and Others. ST. PAUL, NOV. 20.—The Northwest­ ern immigration convention spent a greater portion of the day listening to addresses by E. C. Gridley of Daluth, Lieutenant Governor Worst of North Dakota, President Hill of the Great Northern, Mgr. Nngent of Liverpool, Eng., S. H. Hall of Minneapolis, H. Bolster, seoretary of the Spokane immi­ gration board A. E. Johnson, immigra­ tion agent and colonizer, and others. E. C. Gridley of Dninth was on the programme for the original address of the meeting and spoke interestingly of the iron industry of Minnesota. There were, he said, more than 8,000,000 tons of fche best iron ore on earth in the great ranges of Northern Minne­ sota that could be put upon the cars at 85 cents a ton. If it were possible to smelt and reduce this ore at or near the mines it wou...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 November 1895

,3 V, First Meeting of the Big Con­ vention in Session at the Capitol, St. Paul. Many pelegates Present From All Sections of the North west Interested. Ways and Means of Increasing Immigration the Subject, of Discussion. ST. PAUL, NOV. 19.—The FII^T session of the Northwestern immigration con­ vention was called to order at 10 a. m. by Chairman Theodore Schurmeier of the committee on arrangements and or­ ganization. The attendance was about as large as expected, nearly 1,000 dele pates being present from that part of the United States in the interest of which the convention is .being held. After the convention was caJed to or the opening prayer was made by Bishop Gilbert. Governor Ciough followed with an address of welcome on behalf of the state tot Minnesota and Mayor Smith did a like duty for the city of St. Paul. A statement of the origin and purpose of the convention was then made by President Footjier of the Commercial club. To Encourage Immigration. The purpose of the conventi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 November 1895

yj)4 :-M: w!' ./IMI'.-. i. I i'l i- r-- £,*- i* IS i#$tS Xq inlunctlon Granted. F»re venting the Proponed Rial road Consolidation. Special to the Transcript. St. Paul. Nov. 16.—Judjce "Keliy has filed a decMon In thec»ise of the mute of Minnesota n-rulnst the Greut Northern Rjillrojid company, KriintiiiK: the application for the injunction pnijed for to prevent the conHiiiiumitioii of the "truffle ar­ rangement" proponed between llie 3reat Northern and Northern Pacific railroads. The matter will now «n to the mipmne court. Ah noon an the "friendly" unit of Piuwll vs. the Great .Northern wa» decided in the interestn of the rail­ road company by the United States court a uliort time o. Attorney General (1iildn lit-tf»iii ,l bona tide suit in the Htnte courtu to prevent the conHolidcitioii of th two great railroads. The lower court ban *ub tuined the plain reading of the law, and the abmnd "vested rightH" of «ome ancient paper corporation will not Herve to defeat the intent of lawn if ...

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. — 22 November 1895

BOARDING HOUSE ltOBBEBY. Lodgers at Swanber&'i House are Believed of $34 in C«h Several boarders Ht SwritiberK's boarding houne on Third street northeast, were the vletlirta of ti •clever theif'B operatloiiH on,lynt Sun­ day nlKht. The amount stolen was $34 In cash besides some articles of wearing «p pearel and the list of victims is a* follows: Oscar Strand, cash $26: Charles Gnstafson, cash$8 .John Swnnberg, proprietor of the lodging house, new hat, arid a boarder whose name \vt •did not learn losta pairof new shoes, The robbery was evidently com­ mitted by some one who was well •acquainted about the house. .The work was cleverly done some time 4»fter the hoarders had retired, either late Sunday night or early Monday morning. Suspicion rests on Oscar Saniuel =son, who has been boarding at that place and who left on the 8 o'clock -train Monday morning evidently for Minneapolis. Sam nelson is an old-time crook -and wns but recently released from -the county jail lier# for the th...

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. — 22 November 1895

IT I *rr wr P1TTIE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY TUB TRANSCRIPT PUB. prTBLiIBHKD EVERY FftID\Yvt «fl W W One year. ihBlx month# SUBSCRIPTION! Three months... .PVKWTISINO KATK8 M)W LITTLE PALLS. STAY IN MINN NORTH. Those Who Emigrate to the Far South Will Not Better the Condition. A few days MKO the Transcrlpf mentioned that a party had just ar­ rived from the South, mid thnt the iTiemberH %vere very mwh diwHatiHfled with conditions there. John A Isaacson was one of the party, and stys that a .colony of about 100 people removed from Nebraska and Colorado to MiHwIasippi last year, aud after a few months' residence there were very glad to get away In nearly every particular, said Mr: Isaacson, the conditions there were unsatisfactory. The climate wnsj unsatisfactory, and many of the pony wei in very poor health all the time, they were there. The ground would not produce the best of crops, and the markets were poor. There was very little employment for labor, and that at low prices, and payment s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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