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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 17 January 1896

V- f- I & active IS Prompt Show of Strength by the Authorities Pleasing to the Public. Little Apprehension of War at Present but Complications Are Feared. Rank anc^ File of Dr. Jame­ son's Expedition to Be Deported. LOMDOV, Jan. 12.—Interest in the Transvaal question in its immediate bearings has revived to some extent, while the incidental straining of rela­ tions between Great Britain and Ger many, which so completely placed the Boers in'the background of the pictnre for ft time, has in its turn reoeded, bnt no means disappeared. There is little apprehension of war with Ger^ many over the present complications at least, and the British public has a reas­ suring sense that if there is to be a war, England is right ready for it. The prompt and efficient measures of the naval authorities and the formida­ ble show of strength that is the result, give John Bull a feeling of confidence. There are no further ezplioit announce­ ments of movements looking to an alli­ ance of the powers...

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. — 17 January 1896

4 ^f #V\ fK f/^rA 111 H*m VWMI far lb* fl«Ml((. NEW YOBK, Jan. 18.—Ex-Preaident Harrison is in the citjr. Daring the afternoon h% oalled on Mrs. Dimmtok fct her home. PROBABLY FATAL WOUNDS. ::Wkiilk ml Kag of Baar l*di to Wtmm !*, ROR AII right. 0- Buwun»QTON,Ia., Jan. 18.—Vint Mo- Cullongh, 0. Soholer and John Beek •to)* a lug of beet from the house .of Joui Oslson, while a party was in jwnw, and when pursued {turned upon the Oelsona and a bloody fight en-: sued. Charles Oelaon is probably dying from a gash four inches long in his thrdat, and his father is a mass of bruises and knife wounds. McCullough, Soholer and Beck were arrested by a deputy sheriff and are held to await the result of young Oelson's wounds. He is not expected to live. Town fuspl* Impoa* on Thorn. NEW PATOESVILLE, Minn., Jan. 18.— The farmer residents of the township 'of Paynesville are oirculatinga petition toset the township off from the two village corporations of New Paynes­ ville and Paynesville. They claim...

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. — 17 January 1896

S« 1 ,A MJ 111^ Utah Republican Caucus Se­ lects Frank J. Cannon and Arthur Brown. Nomination Equivalent to Elec­ tion as the Legislature Is Republican. Ex-Governor Forakei* of Ohlo Chosen to Succeed Cat vinS. Brlce. SALT LAKE, Jan. 15.—Frank J. Can­ non and Arthur Brown were nominated for the United States senate by the Re­ publican caucus. As the legislature is strongly Republican this is equivalent to electing. i*. #. to be a protracted one. 5" The oaftfor the meeting Was signed btf'it number of members'with- the* un­ derstanding that the .actiofi Vtaken on the senatorial question should not be landing. However, when they settled down to business, it was decided thjtf the action of the cauous should be binding. It was also decided that secret ballot should be taken for both' senators. The rules were afterwards suspended and Frank J. Cannpn ^yaa nominated by acclamation. Twenty two votes were necesssary to nominate. On the second ballot Arthur Brown re­ ceived 24 votes and C. W. B...

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. — 17 January 1896

r' & 6 S |f 5 jl: Iflll s%4l|1 ill ft ?P i*iv .v lTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT, By The Transcript Pub. Co. PUBUBdlDBtBSY FRID.VT. 5-. ., SUBSCRIPTION} Ons year tl ixmonths.... in months.. ..........—•• 40 «DVKRT1RIM0 RAT8MW. TH FALLB. MINN If The St. Paul winter carnival will begin on Tuesday next. The members of the legislature hare beet summoned by the carnival management to meet at the capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 22. It England's "flying squadron" that has been just organized is one of the strongest war fleets in1 the world under one flag. That nation is certainly well prepared for what trouble may come. The country is willing to con oede that the senate favors free silver. Now if the free silver sen ators would only accent all the honor that goes with their proud position, and pass some of the laws the country really needs their acts would be blessed. Many of ex*Gov. McGill's fcicnds in Ramsey county favor him for nomination for governor this year, and an effort will be made to get ...

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. — 17 January 1896

tf"'.• JR*". ,#* N?$j ii. t* 'A? ii§4- •ml A* ^Jsl iM •fc •r'M i"?*' tC?4 *t3 -'vuA "f! 'T 1 4: 4 I T', Wf ?«"*«0i^3 pf^.^,*^' ^v-W JOB PRSNTIWC THE TEiSStiRIPT JOB OFFICi NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TBODGHOUT. BEAT, CHEAP AND RAPI1K Bead J. B. Gibbons'advertisement. The county comntfsskiners corn ipieted their Work Saturday. daughter was' born to Mr. and |v Mri. George Hamlin Wednesday. 5' John Kerlch is said to be critically gA 111 with inflainmatlun of the lungs. I A difnghter waa born to Mr. anil, b'f* Mrs. E Roth well on Saturday even- The cold waVe shut off the snow |itorm a few hours toosoon on Sat­ urday. •'.,- ... ,.,..: .. .,. Trv a ran of fiopklns' Steamed Hominy (Hulled Corn), It la d* Ucious. Full qt., 10c. ,. The Improved roadstor sledding ::lu caused an Increase ol wheat re celpti In Little Falls. Attorney C. P. Darling sirid William VjDe la Hunt, of llorrla, were visitors la Llttte Falls Wednesday. James D. Wood, poatofBce in­ spector, Is In the city on one of his...

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. — 17 January 1896

wj^ctjc: FX 4 ii If# Kansas V* ian Puts Poison in j! Food and Ki.ls Her Fam lly of Eic'I^t. Then Completes the Work of Destructfrn by (Ranging I .ut self. Poverty ai- d-the Illness of Her usband Causes of the (Tragedy. g&ing x, te.sv.Vof»EPH, "iio., 3Tpntj5.~A terrible tragedy is reported here as having oc­ curred at Marysville, ]KfP- ,Pn a, farm •ix'miiei (Oath' of'MArysvilW 'lived Joseph liildebrant, his wife and family of eight oHUdreu, rangingirom 3, to 14 yean of age. Hildebruut is at Kansas City being, treated in a hospital. Dur­ ing* th^ forenoon his wife, becoming de sptyodpnt, .administered jjpisojt to the children- and seven have died. The «t&$r not eVlwoted to live.. Then, the' completed the work of destruction by hangtog'hewelf to a rafter. The cause of the tragedy was poverty. Mrs. Hildebrant had become despond #01 on account of the ailment of her koSbanii, and it is supposed hef mind bstfame affected. K- Mt Pnltita la (he Foofl, Shortly after the children -had ...

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. — 17 January 1896

BOARD it. S#v F*" r#» Road Petitions Granted, and Several Rejected at Friday's Meeting. ^rfAt FrWuy'B m'sslon of the hoardof county commlHsioueisi a. nuinber of i\i *°®d peiitlonp vvere conMfl?rai.Honie of Iilch were' granted, ani others were t^jMitecli. J. ,, ft'" ~T f* The road petition of ('has. Van Hemfce and others for i| road from the houtli-went corner of town 41, t"! range 30. to nw.\ aection 81j town 42, wa«jpranted. .:-,v Thepetltlori of John Sltjtman and others for a road betye»n^i« to^ps '&£' of Buck man and BeHevw was I *r a t*{ .*•, granted. The road, petition of N. Gravel and ethen, was rejected, aa it wflia in fortnal. In thp matter ttf the rimd pefttlba of C, L. Freeman and othrrs the board waa of the opinion that tltt road Rhouid not he granted. Tbe riiad petition ofG. Keihi,'ii. J. Martin and others waslald over for corfettlon. The road petition of Clias. Lad wick, 0. Deldrlch and others was granted, and Oomtntainoiier La Fond was ap­ pointed a committee on th...

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. — 17 January 1896

W' SS* & !A T" frtr feS" ^csiif^igO •ii"/ Down the Mississippi a Houseboat. i'/ [BY I. E. STAPLES.] We left Reeds' Landing, a small village situate at the foot of Lake Pepin, Friday, Nov. 8, at 2 p. m.Y with the steam launch "Petle B" having in tow our houseboat ''The Wellington." The "Petle B" was built,by John A. Berkey, of our city, some five or six vears ago for Ills and family's use. She Is a trim lit­ tle launch 26 feet long, with seven foot beam motive power, steam two horse engine and boiler, screw propeller. The mechanical work up­ on her was done by Capt. L.Y. Lenhart, of Lake City, who has been in charge of her ever since and Is still with her. The house-boat, the hull of which was formerly part of what Is called among luinbermeu of the northwest, a wangan, Is 18 feet wide and 44 feet long, the hull S% feet deep Is made of 2 inch pine, stayed with natural crooks, 4 feet apart. The house frame extends above this S% feet with two large windows on each side and doors in ...

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. — 17 January 1896

FROM THE UNIVERSITY, An Interesting Talk by a Stu­ dent, Over the l*ong Dis­ tance Phone. Hello, la that the Transcript? All right. I didn't think one could hear everything so plainly over tliose long-distance telephones. They are great things. If they were only con­ nected with Buzzards Bay you might And out how many ducks Cleveland shot by the number of re porta of hlH gun, even before the of­ ficial report cn.ne In. We, at the University, are waiting to hear the first report in the war between Eng land and Germany: and while we wait, the daily routine of work goes on. The work begins at 8:30 in the morning during the winter term and at 8 o'clock In the fall and spring terms. The day's work is divided Into eight hours of fifty minutes each with ten minutes intermission between every two hours. The last hour ends at 5:35 in the afternoon. What was that you said? Girls? Why certainly, there are almost as many girls here as boys. We have nearly 2,500 students now and almost half of t...

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. — 17 January 1896

Is.Not Likely to Reopen Diplo­ matic Relations With Great Britain. Term* of Hor Constitution Make Such a Course Impos&lbio. 8ome Olc Correspondence on the Subject Given to the Public. WASHINGTON, Jan. .'6 —New and im­ portant information on the Venezue­ lan qneation, having direct bearing upon the possibilities of a settlement of lUe boundaiy dispute by the two inter­ ested governments without the assist­ ance and seem ngly discounting the probability of such an ending to the controversy, haa been pointed out by JAr. Heatwols of Minnesota, a membei ox the house committee on foreign af­ fairs. The British government, according to the moat recent and apparently in­ spired utterances of its semi-official organs, has turned to the policy of bringing about a resumption of diplo­ matic relations with the Soufh Ameri­ can republic, and then proceeding to direct negotiations with the repnbUo to determine the boundary as the most feasible path by which it oa& emerge from s' present p...

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. — 24 January 1896

ll 3i .".*: I r*- w. •HP/ «vv?^»rti5£i«v' 7.* is :1 'J JF l" 'i .A' VOL 20. LITTLE FA1 Parker Items. Snow lias (ell to such depth that sleighing is fine und plenty of work to be done.* Mr. Coen 1h reported ns being in a dangerous condition. Mr. i. A. Handoll holding a serieH of meeting** at. the church. Mr. J. H. DeMosR went to Braiu erd to prove up on liin olaiin last week accompanied by Miss Myrtie, who vinited Ft. Itipley friends. Mr. H«MH\V Hiuidaii of Hurtnim in in Parker visiting his brother also assisting in the meetings. A minister missing filling his pulpit one Sabbath is no sign he has "thrown up th» Job" as Rev. McLain filled the pulpit last Miiutay and left his wppointmeats for the en­ suing Sabbaths. Quite a number of Mr. Ilallett's friends met at his house to spe.id the evening, Mondav Jan. 20. it being his 38th birthday anniversary. Mrs. H. D. Snow was called to FlensbuTg on account of the illness of her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Cochran who have been with S. Cochran at ...

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. — 24 January 1896

1 1 'K I if AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Morrison Co., Minn. ••i Little Falls, Jan. 1,1896. TO THE HONORABLE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MORRISON COUNTY, MINNESOTA: GENTLEMEN: herewith sub­ mit to your honorable body a statement of the finan­ cial condition of Morrison County, Minnesota, at the close of the fiscal year end­ ing December 31, A. D.f 1895, together with an itemized statement of all receipts and disbursements of County, City, Statet School, Town, Wage and other funds during the fiscal year ending on the above date. Respectfully submitted ELLENBECKER, County Auditor. Morrison County, Minn. AUDITOR'S TRIAL BALANCE, Books or Morrison county at the opening of hustings on the Ural day of Jan. A. D„ 1896' from state 476 51 To collections private re­ demption fund 258 33 To collections state land fund 9108 69 collections state revenue fund 6428 89 I, To collections state school fund 8278 99 To collections interest on water power bonds 85 61 £?To collections railroad bonds interest 2...

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. — 24 January 1896

?v ff •y 7f~ 4 jy vv In case of danger the Indian was ever ready to act and often too at tlie expense of personal bodily harm to himself. This promptness and self-reliance in cases of accident has been tbo means of his saving many lives. Equally alert has he ever been for greater dangers, those arising from a disordered condition of the kidneys, liver, stomach or blood, which he knew as well as the best physician of to-day would eventually result in death. His remedy for these troubles was always a medicine compounded from roots, herbs, barks and gams, not roughly thrown together, but carefully compounded, the secret of making it having ben handed down from generation to generation. This same remedy known as KICKAPOO INDIAN SAGWA, is to-day still made as it was formerly by the Indian and is known and'recognized the world over'as one of the greatest blessings ever given to man. If you are ailing try this wonderful medicine. A ctiro in every instance is speedily effected and in no ras...

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. — 24 January 1896

I Ut fMItS OUR YOUNG FOLKS. A tittle Sketch of Casabiwnea, a JSoro In Famon* Naval Battle. The boy who stood on the burning deck has been a familiar «gure in the mind of every school child, bnt it is surprising to learn how few people know anything about him or the vessel on the burning fleck of which ho perished. Louis Casabianca, father of'theyouth­ ful hero, was a Corsicau serving in the navy of the French republic. He waB a brave officer, and when General Bona­ parte invaded Egypt in 1798 Captain Louis Casabianca was appointed to the flagship L'Orient. "f fiis son, a lad of only 10 years of age, begged to be allowed to accompany him and he was also appointed a "middy" on board the admiral's ship. The fleet sailed from Toulon with the transports and troops, and Sir Horatio Nelson went after them with the British fleet. •. A curious thing happened while the fleets were in the Mediterranean. The' TCnplish were seeking the French, and when 15 men-of-war were hunting for 17 other men...

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. — 24 January 1896

tic I (CONTINUED BRo: TWO). O Trace, examining insane A Klder, conveying inebriate O Trtce, examining inebriate a COHOSH* Gross I- Ep-: i: .Peter Lemay-* vD Rochlenu, bailiff 3 Staples, deputy »jos Bockhorni, boarding jurors V^W.S, W Lyon, court attorney Geo LaFond, deputy clerk Lyman Signor A Rider, court lees Wm Russell, stenographer I) Rochleau, Janitor Lyman Signor. clerk O Trace, witness Total I1' Forbes, canvassing election Frank Rodney, flxlng lire place Wm Grell, canvassing election Seal, postage Maurin, supper for jail Auyer, election tickets A Schneider, mileage justice court 'Henry Goulet. recording Paul Gallus, wood .. Village ofRoyalton/dlijhtheria expense 9.- Ellenbecker, board of audit. do canvasaiug election do stamps and express Brawn, fly paper niskvwood Paul Prodsnist Paul Gaethke, Insurance Little Fall* Electric A Water Co. fixtures Tf Bohan, plumbing PWBIake. supplies for jail Joa Wichoreck, wood ARDaTldson. insurance Donat Trettei. stamps Electric ft Water Co, ...

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. — 24 January 1896

«sti,\ mW' & KITTLE FALLS KlNSCJUfl, pv BV THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. 15 PUBLISHED KVBRY FRIUW. ,f SY:''^% ^$^7' sUBsJCR'HTION! One year... .»v- ix month* ........ '5 ^ee months *IVKKT1HINU KA l'kX U)W TLB mM.fr' MINN Correspondents .from nearly -every county iu tjie state report to the Minneapolis Journal as to the local feeling among the Repub­ licans regarding the presidential nomination. The reports indicate that McKinley stands slightly ahead of Reed iu public favor. Several counties are emphatic for Davis, but in many localities there are doubts as the advasiability of booming Davis for the nomination. In the Sixth congressional district Pine county holds Reed as first choice in Wadena Reed seems in the lead Itasca county, is reported solid for McKinley Aitkin county gives Reed a littlejthe best of it Anoka reports Reed as standing first there in Sherburne county McKinley is the choice Mille Lacs county Republicans are for Reed Wright county is strongly McKin­ ley Crow Wing c...

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. — 24 January 1896

ml it •/M, ctive Page JOB PRIKTI^C THE TMNSi-HIPT JOB OFFIC. •_ r. I I ... IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH' NKW Material trouohoitt. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPH Itead.J. B. Gibbons' advertisement. A win has been Mrs. Jos. Smith. born t» Mr. and A son was born to Mr. mnd Fred Valentine Friday night.. Trv a can «»f Hopkins' rioininy .(Hulled Coin), llcious. Full qt,, 10c. Mrs. Alfred Hull of Motley, was granted a pension Monday by the depart­ ment. /.v.... Dr. ^Millspaugh continues to im­ prove'and is reported as much bet­ ter today. Steamed It is de- Judge L. R. Barto, of Souk Centre, has been Appointed grand orator tor the Masons of Minnesota. T. J. Matnieson shipped another carlond of stock to the South St: Paul yardH Tuesday morning. Mrs. O.-JS. Brighani was called to Staples Sunday night by the serious Illness of her father. H. M. Hardy,. Jones &' Hatcher sent to,this City. yesterday for more tra msto haul: logs at their lumber camps near Lincoln. Miss Bertha -Rhodes' returned to 1 Minneapolis...

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. — 24 January 1896

fa' ft 3l»w Telephone Directory. *The telephone rompnny Hntaliwl frattlng in the wveral new plioueH ill the city exolumtie totiny. Newdlm-toiy curia will lit*furnlijliwl the subscriber* III tt few rt,»yn, whiHi will Include «U the new naiiea added and «H cliiiiineH that IIH vebwii inml« lu the cal|« «f th« »l«' sobKcrlhers. The ne.v tlii'- ctory in MM follows: Bentfdri & FHITOW I 2 Her*. J. VV Brown, (Ml Brown, L. f4ty Hall 'olumllii Hul«il liouit Houae..... Democrat.... D/'Pot flnniont. Dr. N Firttt National Hank. lieriiian Am. Bank Hennepin Paper Co. ... IiitfivtfltP MlUlnir !o I—1 M«andahl, H., oSce.I '•—2 res L—3 1—2 ..H—1 C—3 D—1 ...B—2 Lindbergh, C. A F—** Little Fill* Hard ware Co B—1 Little Falls PackiiiK Co Mathleson, T. Mlll*pam?b. Dr.. res Newman. I'. jfMne Tree Lumber Co Hubert*, Dr office ren ttnhleuseiipr, H. F.. store ren HtupleH. I K., ntore Htuirf. F. Tanner. A Trace. Dr Transcript Water Po-ver Co Western On. Tel. office. Wetiel, M. Wllllamti. M. SLonv Distance ...

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. — 24 January 1896

tkpr 5/. ffi -J £?.* •KlV. -V 1® 'rSF :h$?\ ?'St *^fc. [v^ 5# THE FARMERS' INSTITUTE. I Inm" in«j if.v of bin I Ji l^arge Number Were Present Xt the Opening Session This Morning/ The Farmers' Institute for Mnrri srn .comity opeueij itn session In the court house hall in thiw.fcjt.v Fritlny morning. The Httentltuice was very larjje, and vvjim'iHiiposetl of the rep-j reseritntiv? farmers from all fmrts of the county. Or.J.C. Cnrryer, opened the ses­ sion, and in Ii'h remarks stated that it was the aim of the institute to take up only such suhjeetH as would interest the people of this particular locality, and asked for'suuwstions from the uudience as to what they desired. Dr. Currver suficrested that the subject of horses le tnlifn up, and the entire audience approved, and he proceeded to ffivethem an interesting talk on that sunject. Dr. Cnrryer "is recofrnized as tin eminent authority on the eare and manatfenient horses, and he also K«ve home interesting information in regard tQ the ...

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. — 24 January 1896

10 I & fc: ijT' !^v A Monarch Who Is Unique In Many Particulars. HIS SAYAHE SWAY IS ABSOLUTE. He Defies Grwt I rltaln nd Conld Giro Klnf Sol.iinua Po.'ntor* oil Matrimony. A PI 1:2 Hat It Sis Crown, an Umbrella His Royal Scepter. Soloinou in all his glory was not In it, cither us a mariiud uiun or a puissant potentate), with the ki.i^ of Ashanti. Of 1II tbe nstnnlshlnR kln(?a of Africa or the bouth 80» Islands this dusky monarch unds pre-oiniuent. Ho haw not only do l.od futo by marrying 8,!i,J3 wlvoa, but ba ins dofled the British government and hurled buck her ultimntum in her faco. He is now awaiting the approach of the English army und will try conclusions with .Tohn Bull, as did his predecessor, King Koffl Kalkirra, in 1874. The result, of course, must be the same as it was in that nieniorab'o conflict, but t)i Ashantees are C'jrco fighters, well urnuni, juid it is 110 light task that Lord Salisbury has under­ taken^ Prembi, the king of Ashantl, is the absolute monarch of a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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