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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 February 1896

I FOR A GUN CLUB. A Meeting to Be Held at the City Hall 6n Friday Evening. A meeting of thoHe interested in forming a Run club, has been called for the oity hull on Friday evening Feb. 28, at 7^30 o'clock. Nearly all small cities now have prosperous gun clubs, and shooters derive a good deal of sport and benefit from them. There are many hunters in Little Falls who would doubtless be pleased to join in reviving the gun club in this city, and they should attend the meeting on Friday even­ ing. The old club had a rather unfortu­ nate experience by the burning of the club house and other property, but all the obligations have been paid. The conditions f.eem favorable for the organization of a prosperous gun club in Little Falls this year. Gotafiood Lot. In the allotment of property of the Colony company at Fitzgerald, Ga., Jack Martin, a lather from Little Fulls, secured a lot In the business heart of the city, and it has a value of probably $1,000. He began im­ proving it at once, and...

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. — 28 February 1896

1 V:rv'V«it»oN|Mi». A tf*y- P* :. A Tanner w»nt tofVrhlnerilW^dnes- O. W. Maasey went, to Braiuwd ft,T. W. JVlleru wetattoBralnerd Mon day on |)IIHIO«M. D. Trettel weut to St. Paul Tues­ day afternoon. Frank PinnlKan.of Staples, was in 5. tbe cit.v Tuesday. Geo. F. Fostfr wont to St. Clo'id Mondn afternoon. John Neuter visited the Twin Cities on .Saturday. P5 Barney Burton spent Sunday with friends iii Minneapolis. I" 0. N. Lafond was in Hoy niton Mon- day afternoon on business. Oscar ('roHMlanrt came down from btaples for a visit Sunday. Dr. D. M. Graham, of St. Paul, was at Hotel Buekman Monday. Attompv E. S. Smith was at Ran dali yesterday on le«al businws. Geo. S. Le«» returned Wednesday from a month's visitat LOIIK Prairie. 0. A. Weyerhaeuser returned Sun­ day evening from a visit at St. Paul. Miss Margaret Fehr visited rela. tlves In St. Cloud Saturday ami Sun­ day. r. A. Lindbergh returned from a business visit to St. Paul Saturda evening. A W. MueRae returned Saturday evenin...

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. — 6 March 1896

VOL 20i From Monday's Daily. THE DISIBCT GQUBT. The Mrtrch Term for Morri­ son County was Opened at 9 O'clock this Morning. Today's Session was Occu­ pied in Hearing Argu­ ments on Motions and Setting Cases oh the Calen dar. .•••"• The March term of the district •court for Morrison county was be xuii in this city at 9 o'clock this (horning, Judge L. L, Baxter prewid Ing.and wth Court Stenographer Win. Rgssell also In attendance. The larger portion of today's ses­ sion was occupied in hearing the ar­ guments of attorneys on motions be­ fore the court -and in setting the cases on the calendar. George- La Fond and H. B. Schenck are acting as deputy clerks and Sheriff Rider's special deputies con­ sist of N. Barbeau, of Belle Prairie, in charge of the grand jury, Marion Roberts, of this city, door keeier, and J. W. Cotield,. of Hwanviile, Peter Lemay, of this city, and Os­ wald Witka. of Swan River. The grand jury organized this forenoon. electing F. E. Mansfield as foreman and the jury...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

2 LEE A. r-w Save t-' FOR GOV CANDIDATE ,tv ERKOB. Saturday's city papers bring the 'information that Hon. Wm. E. Lee has decided to be a candidate for the Republican nomination foi governor. This will be gratify­ ing news to the Republicans of this part of the state, as. i.e is a cau way m( woithy of all thesupport that his f^old time friends can give him. We take the following from the St. $ Cloud Journal Press, being a state ment made by- Mr. I»oe to a re porter of that paper: i* "I cannot afford to ait idly by and see. my friends continue to boom my name for the governor­ s',' ship. A response one way or the .' other i» abaolately necessary to be m^de at this tim*.* And after giv the matter the most careful ana conscientious consideration and with the advico and co-opera* 5tion of those who have been my I', h.- 'lifelong political and personal friends, I have decided, on the course candidate unon tfhon* tlit-y unite*. and is ft man ife eyery 4 to be pursued. That f. course is to...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

186*6^1 l-rfeSft: ^IRIeli':vl»«*:-ISSwi liaulln^ luitH for Jun«« ft Hatcher a i/ fro ill Lrfneointti thi* city wad taken ,1 oft jftaturtya^ «»1 the returned -•"'to Iflnne'ttpirillii. Unlftfs a small winter fiets in so they can, Use their, \, lull ftrce, (he rest of the loipl will lie brtfright down with Ihe frelpit trains, as it w^nfil not |ifty to keep the logging tr&lri #»wi ciesfr iiereJur two or three trains a we£k, whWh is all the loi^i that tafy foe ihadfed under the prMtt cuddtiloKir iv, .at1 r~—:V( -J'- v# The Elk River Star-NWvs speaks of A. D. Davidson as "Ostensibly" of Little Falls./ MK Davidson Is a citi­ zen of Little' FhHs, arid Is new ma.Vor of the' clt£. It. is- an .unfair .r attempt tniise tiff temporary pww eiictln Dututli tb. close up a bank's affairs as a pretext that he Is n«rt A •citlien of Morrte'on county. Even. Bro.Dare sometlirifcs^gets political: •conditions A little mixtd tsm mm MOfil&A&B tOR^LOSURB SALE. Odlult having btei i\iade inthe pay n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

Si** tit? tar &A Brief Biographical Sketch of W the Candidate for Gov WlI y. ernor. «, Following is a brief blogriiphlcnl **ketc)» uf Hon. Wm. E. Let?, of Todd county, who ha* .Just iinnounced hi* candidacy for the Republican i»om- JiiMtion foi governor. William Edward Lee ftrnt*aw the Jlglit of day In the city of Alton, 'Illinois, fortv-four yearn ago. At ^be age of five his parents, Mr. mid 'JMrpj. Han»uH Ler, removed to Min­ nesota, settling at the then coinnar ^tively frontier town of Little Falls. was here that the boy obtained Lvthe meagre schooling provided in |plbb«r dayn to the children of the "^common people, and it was here ithat lie first began life for himself. Kj Bi» father was a millwright by £l*jtrade. but at the breaking out of the Rebellion left his family at Little i' ^FmUh and enlisted in Hatch's Batal lion, Minnesota Volunteers. Young Lee was married at Barnesvllle, Todd county, his bride being WI«h Eva'A. Gibson, daughter of A. A. H. Gibson, a well known fa...

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. — 6 March 1896

President and Cabinet Said to rose Cuban Recognition,,, at This Time. pp* Relieve the Present State of Affairs Does Not Justify Such Action. Base Their Opinion on the ,v Ruling of Former Ad-. ministrations. WASHINGTON, March'4.—The presi­ dent and his cabinet are undoubtedly' strongly opposed to the present recog­ nition of the belligerency of the Cuban insurgents and to any declaration con* cerning their independence, as em­ bodied in recent congressional resolu­ tions. The following is not an official statement, but it is known ffom care­ ful inquiry that it accurately, repre­ sents the ^ministration's vfcws of the matter: 4 *. J' While the president and theme'mbers of the cabinet personally feel the sym­ pathy, common to all Americans, with those Cubans who are contending for self government, they feel that in their official action they should- not depart from the' well settled principles which were followed by former presidents and secretaries of state during prior insur cpction...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

Mi rmr- O' tWfi. 4*' fe' $ Et t/lw.* V, H:- vV.: l.-i UTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVE5Y KftllHY. §T"' {On« year SUBSCRIPTION jpALi, a month* months '•««. |S, Wfi «l)VKFTIflIMO RATKSILOW I TLB FALL8, $£% A 'Republican Convention to be beld at the City of St. Louis, June IS. 1886, and placing In nomina­ tion nlfe candidates for presidential electors, to he voted for at the election to be Mil Novem ber 8,1886, and fourteen delegates to the Be !ii publican District Convention for the Sixth Cnn p: urntslnnnl District to be held March 38, ISM at i$ o'clock a. m„ at Aitkin for the purpose of electing two delegates to said National Conven tlon. ,/ The basis of representation shall be one dele gate for earh twenty Ave votes or major fraction \r thereof, cast for Governor Knute Nelson In 18M. *. Everv preclact is entitled to at least one del* g»te. In accordance with the above apportionment •k.•: the several predacts will be entitled to the fol lowing number of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

i&m /J I JOB PRINTING THE TMBSbEIPT JOB QFFlCi 18 NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HJSAT, CHEAP AND RAPII. Kead J. B.Gibbons'advertisement. O. J. MUK moved Into hisnew resi­ dence «u Seventh street yesterday. The winter season tills year seeihB t» have struck us wrong end first. The officii)I call of the Republican county convention .appears in this issue of the Transcript. 19"Dr. Gibsou, dentist, at office recently occupied by Dr. Wright. The city of Little Falls is suffering from worse afflictions than heavy expenses and lilglrtax rates. A sou was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fornier, of Third avenue northeast, on Saturday last. S. 0. Crowley, who has been under a physician's care for several days, is reported as much improved." A marriage license has been Issued l)y Clerk of Court Signor to Walter E. Hull and Miss Josie Houston. Ths March apportionment of state school iunds allows fl for tach pupil, and Morrison county gets f8, 897. •'I am cured since taking Hood's Sa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

s&w^y*- 'l..iv'v" 8 .*' ,•••••• •*&$&''' -6**S. 7" S'iliiW*' i" Mystery of the "Veiled Murder­ ess" of Troy. FORTY-THREE TEARS A PRISONER. ft«rfajii|?.|i|^nTfU In Court Mid ftIM All Bflbrti* to Disclose Her Id»itltjr-D*th fi^ntenef •Commuted Aftinit Her Will. Some Clews to the Myntery. In a sunny corner of tho woman's ward At the New York State Asylum For Insane criminals at Matteawan sits a woman Wliose life surpasses the strangest stories Of fiction. She is known as Mrs. Robin aon, the veiled murderess. For more than 40 years shp has been in the prisons of the «tate. It In 48 years sinoe she was arrest­ ed, charged with mulder. From that day 4o this she has been a mystery. No one who did know her true name Will reveal it. Those who knew her per­ sonally. lia,ve kept her sooret well. She herself has bogged them never to tell it. She has promised her brother, the only ss£ CHAKLOTTE WOOD. Member of her family who knew her aw­ ful fate, that she would die without re­ veali...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

iv «i fFjr .J wl V.-I ,•&£{& I TWO ALDERMEN. T. J- Martin and J. C. Flynn as .Representatives of the Second Ward. T. J. Martin, oue or the aldermen from the Second ward, had recently been the lender in the city council in «ucJi uuftur and unreasonable tactics, that it was a question of public in­ terest as to what iufluetuses control Jed his acts, and his condition and course were worthy of ^public dis­ cussion. He had taken the lead as a public official in repudiating city contracts with no efforr. to honorably or fairly aid the city's interests. He had lead the action to arbitra­ rily and illegally ignore a duly signed and presented petion ihat the law compelled Immediate action upon. He had dictated to the council the appointment of a colleague from his ward who had not the clean record asked by the citizens as a quality of any man appointed to fill the va­ cancy, dictated the selection of a ludn that lacked every attribute needed in fairly participating in the important ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

V* J-* LOGGING CAMP LIFE. %HOW THE NORTHERN LUMBERMEN PASS THE WINTER. ImH WorkaM •slaaary Department Iaportaat «kDd tbi Bm 8«ppljr at Orytw Irtwut CluuS tfc• A«lil 1mm.' tfbe lumbering season is just now at its height. News comes'from the back* .wodds of Minnesota, Wisconsin and vaOtftfaein Michigan that there have been fceavy falls of snow, and that the pros ,peots are for a aucoeaafnl seaMb. The amount of snowfall is always of gmat importance to the lumberman. He doesn't want too fauch^ Vat too little is a: He wants it to *oome early and late. The snow helps him ha tare his easily, and when it melts in the carries them down stream to the •Manilla. eptfng' A logging camp In winter ia a pietar |W4Nfl!ke place, full of novel sights and qaeer soenes. It is usually inhabited by A TYPICAL 1AOOIIKI CAMP. SO to 40 men—big, fcfiwfcy, deep square shouldered men,vtith t^K^oles of steel, dteaf eyw ittd iimple ^'Hltafcs. There are probably seversl thousands of these oamps in the north «m stat...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 March 1896

WSi: rVi ?f» j6 j?* VJ t?^ W -v 8lS8S|lBftUTAL MURDER. K,. Andrew P©toraion ,1 Lonely Spot a ,v^:'i :M: Lured to a Few Miles From Brainerd and Foul ly Murdered. •:.'• J': v.rj.'Jy'" "S-.V '.. "fe T-" "r: ^,':::}^ A deliberate arid brutal murder whs perpetrated in Bin in en] last Monday evening, the victim being Andrew Peterson, a man of about fifty years of age. who ha« since died 'from the effect* of the wounds re­ ceived. The deed was committed b.v 'a young roan, John Pryde,, Slcy^are of age. T1W* two men beeiitne acqua.inted while working in the -woods for the Minnesota Logging company, Pryde in the capacity, of cookee .until about Feo. .14, 1890. when he went to Brainerd. Peter eon came into Brainerd on the even­ ing mentioned over the BraiuQnl & .Northern Minnesota road from camp two, in response to a .letter he bad received from Pryde urging him ,to come to Brainerd, as he had se­ cured a job for him. He was met at the depot by Pryde, who told him the Jot) was some miles i...

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. — 6 March 1896

Ordinfthoi Contract A Committee Appointed to Confer With Citizens' Com­ mittee—Usual Bills Al- 1 1 Halting & Son., eoffln* for children of R. 8wedl»ui*li..»' F. Heldhrlnki dteidiiR irraven for S wed burgh's children.... Pine Tree Lumber Co., wood to city poor Dr. Trtce, profeHHlonal 8er- I" vice* to Hwedhurgh's family tn D. Brown, medicine to city •J poor Wo. O'Shea, wood Ryan Bros., m'd'se to city poor by AW society............ I Electric & Water Co., arc light* for February Electric A Water Co., light (for cltr hull, -care of Are alarm And two globes Electric & Water ''o., new liffe alarm boxw andslntn.. Electric & Water Co .hydrant' rental for Februury V. Touf tlllottr, boarding Mrs. Boinjoii and children... ^hemlcal Co., services at lum J'^ber yard Are.'...,. Richard Bros., ni'd'ne to city -ptitorby Aid BiHJltty F. X. Lafond. m'd'se to city poor........ .... ....,4' if. Coleman, reeling hose....... 1h«»H. Gannon. M. Maurln, good* to Mtt. Boisjoll.. W. B. Jones, p...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

Ms- 1 '4 7 -ft I \.y I -1 I E $& *L?' I 4*& jf Werk—M. -W o•& VOL 20: TOWN ELECTIONS. Results of Tuesday's Elections In Several of the Towns of the Coiinty." MTTL.R FALLS TO WN Supervisors—J. Klapp, clmlr mun Theodore Bredfeld, Irving I. O'Nell.' Amhwoi^-Geo. Harrison.„ Treasurer—Peter J. Berk* Justice—M. P. O'Nell. I 'onHtatrle—R. O. Pierce, For restraining cattle 6. npllMt restraining.cattle 42^ -ft BELLllYV15* 'tr Supervisors— Fred T.akln/ chair­ man J. P. l^igh^CSeorge Ciiapiuan. Treasurer—A. 0.. Wilsou..» v, 5 Clerk—A. W. Swanson. Assessor—Chas. Glipat^tck. uHticex of tin? Peace— H. K. Cairns, J. W. Hedges.^, f/C Cons tables—A. A. "Morrill, H, H. P1F.HZ TPW.N, ft'iVi* y',:i Supervisors -r- August ... Kapsner, chairman R. G. Guebler, Mat. Gross,-. Treasurer—tier hart Terhaar. Clerk—Chris. YenjiK* Assessor-—A. Sitzmau. 3 ustlce of nhePeace—Peter Neu ui an. Constable—P. Lf.»uman. GREEN PRAIRIE. SupervlHors—Win.Chadaulk.chair- man Vic. Haslcot, H. E.. Pearson. Treasurer...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

8 ^•-Jr Kentucky is having a real, first- jfe class senatorial fight. The "L»bor" ticket won in Grand Rapids the village ban scarcely a mill or factory. fer. Ohio and Kansas Republicans went tor McKinley with a rush at fe1 their state conventions Tuesday. Alexandria voted "no license" fe-\by a majority of ft in a vote of over 500 Tuesday. That small majority is an invitation to blind pigs. rw$& The state league of Republican clubs will hold its annual conven­ tion in St. Paul on Wednesday, March 25, the diy after the state convention. Hon. M. E. Clapp will, it is stated, soon become a candidate for the Republican nomination tor governor. He is the second choice of many Clough supporters. The Clough newspapers profess to believe that the Minneapolis committee of 100 has a good effect on doughs* campaign, and the committee will proceed to demon­ strate otherwise. The Minneapolis Times quotes Gov. Merriam as unable to see why there is opposition to Clough a second term. never c»uld...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

,/v 4J &i§\^ Disobedience of Orders Leads to a Serious Disater at St Louis. Electric Cars Collide While Going at a High Rate of Speed. •Of the Sixty Passengers In­ jured Four Will Prob­ ably Die. ST. LOUIS, March 0.—As a result of "the disobedience of orders by J. A. Aikin, motorman, a terrible head-end -collision occurred about 5 o'clock be­ tween two cars of the newly completed .Kirkwood electric railroad, which con­ nects the suburban town of Kirkwood with this city. Both cars were badly •mashed, 4 men wen probably fatally injnred, 29 badly hurt and between 20 and 30 others less seriously injured. The Kirkwood electric railroad has just been completed, and great crowds were taking advantage of its being Sunday to patronize the line. The line is a single track system with switches -at intervals to be used for the passage of the cars. It was the Dliobtillram of Rola providing that cars going in a certain •direction should keep the siding until the next car in the other directio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

& 4 N DE KOTZEBUB. jghed diplomat, lmt an accomplished society man, with beautiful wife and an interesting family. Mme. de Kotzebne did not ac­ company her basband.aB she is ill in Rus­ sia, bat she will probably arrive before the winter is over, and then it is expect­ ed that the Russian embassy will be a more lively place than it was nnder the regime of the prince, who, wjiile being a refined and able diplomat, did not care much for social gayeties. Ernest Charles de Kotzebne is about 57 years old and comes from a prominent and powerful Russian family. He is a very wealthy in an and has vast estates in the Baltio provinces. His grandfa­ ther was a famous Russian naval officer and was one of the first foreigners to en­ ter Japan. M. de Kotzebne himself has had some naval experience, having served for three years as a midshipman, bnt his wife persuaded him to enter the diplo matic service. He became an undersec­ retary in one of the foreign legations and baa hpld some important ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

YIELOINfl AT: OTTO I I I I W I I Dominion Government May Go Back on Its Coerc Ive, Policy. Prospect of a Compromise With Manitoba Seems^ Probable. Position of the Government Stated by Sir Charles Tuppef. OTTAWA, March 10.—The Manitoba school question assumed anew and in* teresting phase during the day when Sir Charles Tupper arose in the house of commons and read a telegram from Premier Greenway of Manitoba to Sir Donald Smith, who recently visited .Winnipeg upon a mission of peace. Greenway's telegram was in reply to one from Sir Donald and read: "Your telegram has received motft careful consideration by myself and colleagues, and, while fully appreciat­ ing all you say, it is quite clear to us that we can only proceed to Ottawa for the purpose of holding a conference on. the official invitation of the Dominioi government. I fully appreciate your •ery kind offices in this matter." Are Willing toConfar. Sir Charles added: "In view of the assurance that the government of Manitoba is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

«*& f/ UTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. I#®' W 'PUBLISHED EVE1tY FRIDAY. »»f PS"* /"•, V.:- SUBSCRIPTION: KSBKt^Vi)* 1W ........... $1 BO 1||M rf-' tx month* '6 |j| ff'„ *ee months I IPVKRTIBING RATES LOW. TLB FALLS. MINN REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVEN­ TION AND PRIMARIES. Official Call. A Republican convention for the conmly of Morrison, Mlnnenota, will be held on Natnrday, the 21st day of March. 18»fl, at the Court Hoone In the City of l.lttle Fal's, at 12 o'clock noor, for thu purpose of elwtlnR fourteen delegates to the Mlunesotft Republican State Couventlou. to be held In the City of Minneapolis, on Tuesday, March 24. 1886. for the purpose of choosing four delegated and four alternates to the National liepubllcau ilonventlon to be held at the City of St. LoultH June 16. 1896, and placing In nomina­ tion nli candidates for presidential electors, to be voted for at tlie election to be hHd Novem­ ber 8,1N96, and fourteen delegates .to the Re­ publican District Conve...

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