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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 December 1895

4 s#*# ^$.ii on rmm an, ,tipna 1-A 4 s~ H, V# -4j' f. 3?if WTOWMSS«#!3J"'fc T. |t}0 crtm ni «i ty \v nsshoe ked frtfiy. fatfrtiW to hear of the sud- A' sw *":.«/ Items. McRae. She f"j0j^rdHy evening about iPffed: Sunday ra ami»k outlO'^lWk. Mm. McRae was i^#r a faithful qn! Joving wife and itootlier, and had the respect of the whole community, wl»« t«Wn to jmtiiy with the bereavedi. family. jShe leaven husband aud seven H:hii mourn hpr loss. Quite a nuinberfrom here attended tlw ChristniuK tree and entertain nient at flllsbury on Ghrlstmrts Eve. Those attending from here were Mr. «m0 Mrs. Geo. Mclvor, Mr. and Mrs. JHieury Barber. Mr end Mrs. J. A. $toll Mrs. A. Zarns, Mrs. Flotjd, Mra.Lena 8toll. Mesirs. Fred and Albert Stoll, Charley Ktith, Willie ^ultifan: Misses Lena Sullivan, J3elle StitH, Winnie Mclvor, Muy and JteJlleStoll. -f:-' Ivpr. and Mrs. J. F. Locke were in ypp on Tuesday evening tlalbfeinruaMlnnlng returned from tbyptt0" Friday, where she 1ms Kyisltlng trlends. he/ Chr...

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 December 1895

f" fI" jl 1 f.-- FOR THE HOLIDAY VACATION. City Sclnw»b» Cloam the Term Friday Willi Appropriate EiercisfH. The different school* of the city cloned Friday iifteni mi for the holi­ day vacation, ami both tcacnwH and pupils will have »i rc«t for ovor two weeks. Cloning *xtrris»'H were held in each of the four HCIIOOIH, and con Histed of mritatioiiH. dialofiiH, etc., uccitpyfiig a lar^e portion of the afternoon. The HCIIOOIH will re-open on Mon­ day. .Jan 6, and the vacation which lastH until that time wid tie spent by a lnrtre number of the teachers in viKl'tiitg at their IIOIIICH in different partH of this and adjoining ntatt'M. Therw are twenty-three teacher», not including Sunt. Thatcher, seventeen of wlioin left the city and their vacation will tie npent as folio WH: Missew Awhley and t'ary Minneapo­ lis Shepard, Lh CrosHu and Austin Jaiinen, Albert Lra Barloiv,.- Wau­ paca, Wis. Sdn»otz. New IJIm Oviutt, Paynette, Win. Lewln, T'"an bault Crainb, Campbell and 1'Vhr, tit. Clpud Lr...

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. — 27 December 1895

i'.v ,' -t' V. ,v |T A. 1- *,'• !&>*. v« I: •ift fe-,'-, ^1:: |& !lr |ite- '.•4. V- 'ft -w ective Page The Indian Danger Signal. Consisting *f a column of .smoke, which, •When it appeivrbd at the top of a high hill acted as a signal and warned the Indian that an enemy was approaching, qr imparted other in­ formation to'him. Just as' retidily were they with their keen rerpeption able to perceive the (signal of the approacn of that most dreaded of all enemies, defith, noting on the human face the shadow t, the approach of this greatest of .foes. A face that was sallow or blotched, a bad breath, a lustreless eye, loss of flesh and, many other •ymptoras that proclaim the presence of disease WAS H" '.- -v, apparent to them. Their JSAOWA ICKAFOO I NDI AN given immediately to .people thus afflict­ ed and by its great' purifying' qualities, com­ bined with its re-invigorating and health promoting action, the great vital organs of the body were speedily restored to health, thus in...

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. — 27 December 1895

&• !i I 1 1 I fe i. |i l» li il 4 3 FSEVERAL HARD BATTLES. fer & ttpunlnrtlN Ucpot^d to llave Defeated the Insurgents. ::'"7' HAVAJUA, Deo. 23.—Official advices •from Colon of the engagements with (•he insurgents couvey the impression that they worn of much importance. General Navarro, who was reported ag leaving Colon for the relief of the Span­ ish forces, encountered ttw insurgents at the plantation Ajava. Hero a fierce fight, occurred and the insurgent# were Aisperswl with heavy loss. The number f:- trf soldiers killed was 17. General Na yurro again went in pursuit and at Banagaizs the insurgents attacked him with groat impetuosity. The troop9 made a brave defense. Geueral Pratt made a forc«d march to cut off the re­ treat of the iiuiargeut&. Tlx 9 Dieromen bat&llion wider Gen­ eral Asturial with artillery has attacked Gomez and a foroe of 4,000 insurgent#. The troops made the attack with the tayouet eight times and this combined with the artillery fire swept the...

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. — 27 December 1895

!mm hi* »•...' 0$# W,r «v«L '1-^ #3 pj*. W*j:. 1 f. )u r- .'" ''i ••*•... &• v.. h7 .. S« natorMills, of Texas, declar­ ed in a .speech in the senate Fri­ day that-the first duty of the gov «rnmejt, iu view of* the possible difficulty with England, was to provide for larger revenue. That i8 the first duty of the government regardless of trouble with any country. This nation issuing bonds in time of peace is a spec­ tacle that should not longer be held up to the derision of the na­ tions of the world. By all»means, pass adequate revenue laws?, .. The Hennepin county commis­ sioners are being roasted for sell­ ing the Hay ward gallows to a dime museum company. The speculative market respond­ ed promptly to the -war rumors, and American stocks in {London all sold at reduced prices after the Cleveland message. The New York market went dow^iri sympathy, and some of the best stocKsrwere completely at the mercy of the bears, While it sterns itffiy question qrerf.% Jt&W in ilea of t...

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. — 27 December 1895

it 1 |ittle falls transcript jpfc -.••• ..••••••• Uv TllTi ^'UANROliirr I'l'B. Co. Is®1' PUHUHHKD EVKKY t'ltlUVY. T. *P SUBaCRnpTIONi ftrie year ... °%X MtOUthk inuutlia UV. HVIWTlMNh HA l'litfjLOW 'YT.K FA LIB, A now bpiic! issue will soon be I 'ttiade, ami Cleveland hits dosed the deal with Banker Morg:ui. jte.v There will bo a slight in crease fc* rin tariff rates, for the purpose ,of $f W L, increasing the rcv.-uue. Vli4 The Philadelphia street car strike is fixed up every evening, I and starts in again the luxfc morn- i"g. V. ._ .•:• jl" The Cuban revolutionists are certainly miking good progress, Poor oltl SWn hasn't, enough en ergy left to put down even a little ^rebellion promptly., "Fort Karnival," which is to be the centre of attraction at the St. Paul winter festivities, will be 500 feet long by 800 wide. The walls will be of ice and ten feet or more high. I Jt is uofc believed thai Cleveland /'will veto a bill making a slight in |crease in tariff duties, lie could *do wh...

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 December 1895

JOB PRINTING H2S IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. green ^auicii ter ^»!?P?oiiftPeii'C'lerU8 were einployed fit ffomelty'fl Bargain Bazar for a few previous to Christmas, anJ the IctOwda keot them all busy. tt'The Roynlton band save a concert and dance at that place Wednesday night. Quite a number of people 'from thin city were in attendance. „1-&'Cfipft Peter Bei key and Mrs. Jno. »JBerkey, Who were in the city attend iiinK thefuneriil of E. O. Williams, *retnraed to St. Paul oh the Sunday ^afternoon train. «4|VXP1 Settirstrom and Miss Emma Whderson.of the town of Culdrum, •were married by Judge of Probate 'Kieliarihson 5 Ruth at his office in the court hOOse Thursday evening. J^T'.ie marriage of Mr. H. E. White, of 331k River, lo Miss Maud Galley, -of Royalton, returned fV'T 1 '4 fiLtf -w W: e* ,, & MS ?M:%W ir '"r ,,'* AN1 KAPU), CHEAP Gibbon#" advertisement pad .). Christmas," sure. \v'as buriv to Mr. arid H. A.:Do\vVou HHturtlay last. & Jerry "nre" doing ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 December 1895

Hi Changing Lake Steamers Into War.Vessels and Gleaning Up Their Guns. ., Notify Salisbury That the Can­ adian Frontier Will Be protected. New York Meeting to De­ nounce the President a Failure. NEW TORS, Deo. 24.—A special to A local paper from Toronto, Ont., says: Commercial iatereats -were disturbed daring the day over a wlejtrara from Ottawa that the governments negoti­ ating with owners oiT lake steamers which con to® converted into cruisers to place theit veieels at the disposal of tfce authontieiHn the etent of* war, Prep wrationB aj».,being made to guns on the boats- luid up at the port and gnnnero are under schooling at th« fort. The grealeet excitement prevailed In this city when the news bocarne public, and in the dubs retired army officers declare their willingness to again shoulder a rifle and tight in defense of Canada and the rights of Great Britain. The govornpjent intends to fortify Scarcorough heights, froxn which posi­ tion a small garrison could keep out a whole ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 27 December 1895

5(V^ITBE Crow Whitf and -JfcfS.- 1 1 'SSf 1 i#V' 1 CBSS COUNTY FIGHT. 1 $Tnfe Efrort to Rttach a Few' Townahlpo to Crow Wing 1B Getting Interesting. Cubs county -V [.people are having a very iutereHting time over'the effort to' detach seven ^Vteeo towushipH from Cass county hm! \/attaeb theui to'(.'row Wing. The .•following from Tliursdav's Pioneer tPreeu wltl, Bhow the latest features pf the coute$t: "T^/ekiia county authorities are jnakintc a denperatij effort to pre ent Crojy WjnjJt county from annexing ^-^ventefen towDshipe has pro- \\*rwuniii|ipIt #v mww F^v to take from the unorganised k* 'pwrfitoey: pf Caere... Apprefieo^nfc «*y|':ithat the com minion, consisting of ?'A iiGov» CloflgJj, Auditor Dunn $ ab^ Secretary of State UeriCf raay approve tlje petition asking for the "V annexation antftfiat the townships ,* will I* takeu In spite of their efforts, /$£ "S understood that theOasscounty iofficiate will take the controversy to |the supreme court on a question of »A,? the con...

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. — 27 December 1895

m, ...... It:-..:-' |F if. rnr A f: '$1 t-T ,•^1 fl­ it II "*. fei) 8 in 81 It .0 vM i-®' -a "a li it fait ».} 4. te?: fa?. fl './i'.-. •stt& r,)fc s4 Jit, RFL' IS General Feeling of Uneasiness on'Change Much Resem­ bled a Panic. Depression of American SE curlties Abroad the Prin­ cipal Cause. Sales for the Day Reach an Amount Rarely Before .Surpassed. NKW IOM, Dec. 21.—It was a FLAY of excitement cm Wall street and matters for a time bore the resemblance of a panic. Bat this condition of affairs had not been unexpected, and the deal era had prepared themselves to some extent. Before the opening of busi­ ness on the Stook Exchange it, was an­ nounced that $3,400,000 in gokL would be sent out of the country, and later in tlio day the further export of $600,000 was announced. This, together with the cable advices from London an­ nouncing extensive sales of American securities and the tenor of the "war uow3 from all quarters, was responsi­ ble for the general feeling of uneasinesR ...

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 December 1895

tm-Ah .•$P 0 fc ft tive Page REPUBLICAN PLAN Bills Ready In Response /v llv- to the President's Mes „s a. sage of Appeal. Be Introduced Thursday Passed Before the .Week Ends. Increases the Tariff, the '^F' S4FOther Athorlzes Issue of Bonds. WASHINGTON, Dec. 24—The house •f Ttepublicatis will introduce ou the day after Christmas, and paas within the Week, $wo bills in response to President Cleveland's message of appeal for help for the treasury. One of these two will be a tariff bill to inorease the, revenue, the other a financial plan' to maintain jUte gold reserve and prevent alleged ex­ isting trouble with the greenbacks, ^Jhis party plau has been perfected by two meetings of the Republican mem­ bers of the ways and means committee. Although strong efforts were made to preserve seeresy concerning the details of the plan, its features have been ob­ tained from unquestionable authority. The tariff bill will go into effect .f When Signed by the President, if. he signs it, and will re...

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. — 27 December 1895

ifc^ay/j, jAji js ,/ & Pp :vrt,y.' 1 raw iMtoWd rel»itlw |n Kfcttfef^»W«1 e%*»tilnw. ATTORRIP.Y'M, V.'IHJWIS wenttoMifi* i^w«p..U» 1 t,... of WHlipeton, I*. -Dou -Itft.vi*iHu»n ty, w««f iu u»? Jty, M«i»»l«v M|» Mar.v 4)»rnt»irt *|M*nt Sunday jirttft-t Wflwl#Uj ^j'tyS Qeo. LwKoi'il wr*»nt to %hi* Twfu ltl«,«!VV'^diiei4^i.v on butane**. Mi^i.Ih: MH'(W of Pi,Ripley,^WM' *$ VI*LTLNM$WWJ*»» THE *»TY MONDAY, 'kll Harrv, Dfe'wrrmw »peut ('lirl«tnin» at New PnyiieivIUf. ^.^wlth relHtlv«W Frer* loeHtJnjur. of tt"1 rtt. I'aiil Dry QOODI* Htore. Ik vtMitlug in St. PhiiI. W W'f/,i «ITENKRRH|IIER. WUHIU (hccily yetfter- ^Jj|jUrflajr,..: -X •"•••', 4 iswS^ v, w' :. feW Wm. ?jftlon. of St. Paul, in the city viHltiiiur Ills brother, 'J. 0. Goiv VvV I"*.!*'Jii Mrs.IJtniuiior arrival :'-')the clty TliyTTMilHy i»ii a vlblt to ,n?l» oV'V JJberMf' pir ratnrWd Ijome Suti ^dpy froiij 11 trip to Roche*- Budd TKWman and" Lewis VOSH- I. terg, of rioud, were VIHIKHH ID ^vk/tbe city "Thursday. Fritz Haas, ...

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. — 27 December 1895

it II it 81 IC 1) r( 12 )i 4 if 0 0) O F»E W-»ON7tB-9. !•-. Fortitr wan nt Swiui villi* ,\ en terdn.v. E. Ivejler.vhift'ed relatives in St. Oloud Tu«ui«y. P. H. Ncomun returned from lovu Sunday rvenina. Attorriey'M V.'Lewis went to Min nenpoliH Thnrnda.,\ Don K.-l&ivlilMiin. of WHIipeton, N. D.. wjisin i-lty. v. MIKM MHI'.V iliirntoirt upont Sunday with lier jmiHiitM rtt Randall. Geo. LnKoi-il wt-iir n» »he Twin Cities W'vdnesdit.v on LnnitichH. i\frH.I,).s! Movers of HI [•Icy, wan vigitinjxffitwln In tlK'i ity Monday. Marry. lA'jhovitn spent (JhristniOH with relative* HI New Payiienville. Fm' .Ifn'Hliny, of the sr. Paul l)r.v Good* store, in visiting in st- Wm. Gordon, of Si. Paul, is in the city ylHitinar Iti* brother, 1 nr don. Mi-h. Ch(i«. I-', ileu^not jirrived in the cic.v Tliurhilay on a vir.it to rel­ atives Sheriff Hider returned home Sun­ day e\*eiil|V+!i' from a trip lo KOCIJOH ter. Minn. Kudd Thtelman and Lewis YOKH herjjr, of St loud, were visitors in the city Tluux...

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. — 3 January 1896

&.«'' '"S fc r#* VOL 20. IMMIGRATION. •f The platiB of the Northwestern Im­ migration convention which met in 8t. Paul a few wrekh ago, contem­ plated the extension of the organiza­ tion into smaller divisions of urate, district and county organisations. At that time state eoinjnlttees were appointed, and the representatives from the diff"rent districts were ex­ pected to encourage Park, Pine county, and he has given considerable time to, the work. He paid his second visit to the city oil Wednesday of this week. He hopes that the local committee will soon make arrangements for a county convention and organization A district convention will be held at Dulutli on January 23, and Mr. Kelsey urges, an attendance from Morrison- count v.' The local com inittee members are delegates, and any who take an interest in the matter will be welcome. Pine county had a very successful con­ vention on Saturday last, and the people there are taking a great deal of Interest in the matter. Other co...

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. — 3 January 1896

wi A 2 ive Page VOL 20. 1 IMMIGRATION. Bomethlng Hboubthe Proposed County and District Or­ ganizations. The plans of the Northwestern Im­ migration convention which met in St. Paul a few weekw ago, contem plated the extension of the organiza­ tion into smaller divisions of state, district and county organizations. At that time state comjuittees were appointed, und the representatives from the different districts were ex­ pected to encourage local organiza­ tion. With that in view county committees were appointed in each county. For Morrison county, the committee is appointed ns follows: John Wetzel aud A. It. Davidson, Little Falls A. P. McI'tae, Swanville C. H. Hodge, Motley Mark Kobe. 'fto.valton John Stumpf, Pierz. The committeeman for the sixth congres­ sional district is C. A. Kelsey, of Brook Park, Pine county, and he lias given considerable time to, the work. He paid his second visit to the city on Wednesday «»f this week. He hopes that the local committee will soon make arra...

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. — 3 January 1896

WBEjSSMT t,!Thu Republicans liovv^have mtVol of iheUnity^J States .yj f^TrVpine county has organized a local immigration association, an4 will make active efforts to secure pi ore settler "Fort Kariiival," which isio ^t'e the centre of attraction at the St. Paul winter festivities, will be 600 feet long by 300 wide'. The walls will be of ice and ten feet or IfLjnioro high. jy# It is not believed that Cleveland will veto a bill making a slight in­ crease i:v tariff duties. He could •dio what h.e did with the Demo­ cratic tariff bill—let it become a ,law without his signature., I S The season's work on the new Pillsbury-Washbuin dam at Min­ neapolis is completed, and $100,000 has been expended the past season. It is claimed that $500,000 will be expended on the work next year. The oljl story of Russia loaning the United States untold raillious of gold is revived.- Have tariff laws that will produce a*« income, and no one will suggest the notion of borrowing millions in time of peace. ...

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. — 3 January 1896

^S-'%..'1 $ at£j fSK life IT#. I Four Americans Accused Being Spies Piitto Death in Bolivia. &>-•' §G§NEW YORK, lit, :. KK&. -'^v1 of Trouble With a Local Were Arrested and Tried. Off leal, *. *-.*" V.'-vV.r, Situation in Cuba Unchanged IP But Rumors Come Thick fi$!?£ and Fast. vfv On Tuesday Miner accused Pepe Gon­ zales, the acting mayor of Chuquisaca, of having cheated them, playing marked cards, and offered to prove the assertion. Gonzales drew a pistol but was knocked down by Joiner and a general fight followed in which 80. per­ sons threw themselves on the.friendless Americans. Finally the police arrested the Amer­ icans, letting the others, go free. They were taken to a filthy jail, left two nights and one day without food, and, after being given the semblance of a trial, in which they were accused of being spies, they were sentenced to death. The sentence was carried into execution Thursday noon, publicly. Their horses and other property have disappeared, but it i...

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. — 3 January 1896

I \*v. m- ONE SORE CORE Retirement of Legal Tenders the Only Remedy for Our Financial Ills. Secretary Carlisle Discusses the Situation and Criti­ cises Congress. Pending Tariff Bill and Bond Measure of No Benefit, He Says. WASHINGTON, Deo. 28. Secretary 'Carlisle made the following statement to the Associated Press in response to •the following question: "What, in your opinion, will be the •effect upon the financial situation of the tariff bill passed by the house of representatives?'' "I had," said Mr. Carlisle, "supposed that very few could now be found who believe that our financial difficulties were caused by a deficiency in the ordi­ nary revenues of the government, or that they can be relieved by increasing taxes upon the commodities consumed by the people. These difficulties are the necessary result of our financial legislation, and they cannot be re­ moved, even temporarily, by tariff laws nor by any other measures which do not directly enable the government to procure the m...

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. — 3 January 1896

Committees of the Senate, by a Vote of SO to 28, Pass Into Their Hands. Change Effected by the Re­ fusal of Populist Mem­ bers to Vote. Address on the Monroe Doc­ trine by Mr. Lodge of Massachusetts. WASHINGTON, Dec. 81.—The commit­ tees of the senate have passed into the control of the Republicans. The changes in the special complexion of the committees was effected by the adoption of a resolution organizing the committees as agreed to by the Repub­ lican and Democratic steering commit­ tees. The Populists, with the excep­ tion of Mr. Kyle of South Dakota, de­ clined to vote, and the Republicans, having a plurality of the senate, were thus enabled to adopt the resolution by a vote of 80 to 28. Mr. Kyle voted with the Democrats against reorganization. HENRY CABOT LODGB. A two hours debate followed .the adop­ tion of the resolution, the purpose of which was mainly political. The Dem­ ocrats, under the leadership of Senator Gorman, ably seconded by Senator Har­ ris, attempted to show ...

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. — 3 January 1896

ffe Kvvt ?.%V ifp:' y/i£'-V mt liy Tub Thanbcbipt Pti». Oo i'llBMHHKl* KVKKY KKIUVY. SUBrfCKtPTION: &i One tix month* month# filT* Mille Lacs county will have an sp^&h-. immigration convention on Jan. 4. The meeting will be held at Milnca. Jpfc It is quite amusing to observe l§iv the deep interest the independent, pfe free silver Duluth Herald takes in life sjS' Iff!- Senator Nelson made a short speech in the senate Tuesday in fell which he expressed a belief that the greatest financial need of the country at this time was an in­ crease in the tariff rates that would increase the revenues of the nation also secure a larger balance of trade in our faVor. The balance ,r of trade should be at least large enough to pay the interest on $$•? n' 5 BiV f® 40 kOVKKTIHINU KATIS8LOW. TLB FALLS.' MINN the next Republican congressional convention. The, Republican party had better watch out, or the Herald will destroy it. The senators and congressmen from Minnesota have headquarters in a ...

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