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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 March 1896

£Ia 1* A 6 efective Page JOB PRINTING THE TftASSi.RlPT JOB 0FPIC-- IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP. AND RAPID. Read J. B.Gibbons'advertisement,. Trv a ran of Hopkins' Steamed '.'Hominy (Hulled Com). It is de liciouK. Full qt., 10c. A DANGHTER WHH born to Nfr. fond Mrs. Chttti. Parker, of the West siUe, on Tuesday. (3. Van Bnwkirk has just added some new machinery to Ids Went side machine shop. From the local bank Htatesments, gome of .von fellows have cousidei able more money than usual. If von didn't register-you will not have a chance to vote for the best administration the city will ever have. Nervouw women will find relief in Hood's Sarsaparilla, because it en­ riches the blood andthiisstrengtheiis the nerves. .Tack Frost is ail Electric & Water company man this year not a main or hydrant has been frozen during the winter. At. the last meeting of Knights of Pythias lodge it was voted to change, the meeting'night from Wednesday to Saturday. child of M...

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. — 13 March 1896

v| ",*y. ..s INCREASED FUNDS. More Money in the Bank3 Now Than for a Year or More 'Aceojh'.iii'* tional wcre vi3''.O0O IK —ot first ?utioiiiil Flauk. ut Little Falls, In tli' State of Minnesota, at the Clos «f IIIIHIH«8S Feb. 28. 1S96. KE8OUKCI8. Loans and discount*, Overdrafts, secured and unsecured "06 97 n. 8. Bonds to secure circulation If Premium* on U. 8. bonds l-6® 00 Stocks. J* Banking-b'iUKD.fi'Miiinreaii'i fixtures 3.J00 00 Other real istite «»l mortua^e* .»wn*d IN »f till' two to the kittle Fm'Ih Mow.no »k unbli-dk'd In the D.. if .M'I I'JH.V sndSatui !.ty show in:th« 1. condition St the do .»f In!-' Frb. 28. 1896, the dej'OK't* F,,,,4t Na­ and of t.ie German Ar lan $95 000. This Is ..i' trgwt Sw .. on d» ...«»it hi the Lltt!" FwiU thnl h«H been Shown ».v a «cat» uient *-aiiy In 1898. Thr ?|»»»h!»H h«v l»»vii Krad USUylncr. for 8 vcrnl month*, and as HtttU are now tin* I'lricfHt for nearly thre* .vt*irs. A HIinliar condition appeai-h to exim tn most northwestern HtW. w' h...

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. — 13 March 1896

S FOR GRAND LARCENY. The Charge on Which I. F. Scullin was Arrested Satur­ day Afternoon. I Sheriff D. T. Bo wen, of- Blue Earth county, arrived In the city Sunday night from Mtuiknto »nd returned on the Monday morning train, with, I. F. Scullin, the man who wh»s ar­ rested by Sheriff liider in this city Saturday, on a telegram from Sheriff Bowep. The charge on which Scullin was arrested was grand larceny in the first degree. Mr. Scullin's explana­ tion of the affair is that he was at onetime town treasurer of one of the towns of that county, and dur­ ing an absence from that place the town board declared Ms office vacant and appointed a- successor. When he returned to the place, be claims that one evening lie was on his way with toe funds of the town. In his possession to turn them over to his successor, and was held up by masked men and the whole amount, about $509, was taken from him. Sheriff Bowen, however, tells a somewhat different story. He says that Scullin was for about fou...

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. — 13 March 1896

Mmlm Ife 10 |fe fc. Jfm WL W&jf'- By EXPERIENCED YARD MAN. R.N. Nichols Pleasantly Re­ membered by Former As­ sociates in Minneapolis. Anions: the newn IteiiiH In the Min­ neapolis Luiubw.nan of last week was the following coiicernliiK the new yur'lHuperlntemlent fortlie Pine Tree compHny: "R. N. NicholM. who for the post year has been miperintemleut of the yard of the ?m'vliti-Carpenter company of this city. left the employ of that company thin week, and has gone to Little FallK, Minn., to ac­ cept a simUlar ponition with the Pine Trert Lumber company. SB*'01"® leaving the Shevlln-Cnrpenter com­ pany, last Saturday noon, the em­ ployes in the yard, some thirty-five in number, gathered about Mr. Nichols, (it the company's office, and took him by surprise by presenting him with a haudsome gold-headed cane, 011 which liis|nHine WHS neatly engraved, as a token of their esteem in which, as an employer, he was held by them. Louis Bergliuid, the shipper, made the ^presentation speech,...

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. — 13 March 1896

THE DISTRICT COURT. An Adjournment will Probably be Taken at the Conclusion of the Case on Trial. The case of Michuel Sghinidbauer against Frunk Altrichter followed tin* case of S. Trebhy against the Transcript PubllHhiiw com puny, and wus tried in the diHtriet court this forenoon. The action was brought to recover rent for a farm which was leaned to the defendant by the plaintiff. The jury returned a ver­ dict for the plaintiff in the sum of $31.17. The cane of Curtis & Lawrence airainat S. Dower was continued by conisent and the parties to the ac­ tion are arranging to settle with? out a trial. The case of the Minneapolis Thresh­ ing Machine Co. against Albert K. Hall is iiow ou trial, and the action is brought to recover for certain saw mill machinery, against which the machine company held a mortgage, ana which was taken possession of by A. K. Hall for the purchase price. After the above case is concluded, it is probable that an adjournment will be taken until March 31. Judg...

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. — 13 March 1896

if yiw,'rj%tsr ifek- PBRaONKl.9. J.J. McRae. of SwanvUle. 1B inthe city today. W. A. Reed left for Wiuuipfg, oh Sunday night. ?v Chas Gravel Was at Royalton on business Siiuday. A. Tanner went to Braiuerd.and Staples TU«M1»*. F. H. Soil Hi w«»rth, of Duluth, was In the city Monday. 8. F. Staple* returned to Randall on the Sunday night, train. Col. Wm. Waterman, of St Cloud, was in the« lty Wednesday. Drew Miis^er returned from trip to St. P«nl »uday rtvenln*. A. L. Cola, of Motley, WUH a Little Falls visit »r Monday evening. Mrs. L. M. Roberts returned from a visit with lirainerd friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Chounard are visiting relative* at Ft. Ripley. C. Wilson, of Motley, wnff.a. visitor 'In Little Falls Monilav attornoon. F. X. Lafond went to the Twin Cities on busings Muudaymoruing. A. P. \ietfae, of SwanvlUe, was at the county seat on business Friday. Mrs. C. H. Rogers went to At. Paul Friday for a yjsit with friends. A. Harrisonard O. Duclos went t'oSau'. lipids Friday on biis...

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. — 20 March 1896

|v VOL 20. ..fer/r- (I: FILE YOUR ACCOUNTS. Candidates Must Show How Much Money They Expended. Chapter 277 of tlie Minnesota litvvs of 1895 provides, among other things, that all candidates for public office shall file a statement of the money they paid out for different items of expense connected with their cam­ paign. All candidates must do this, under severe penalty. The successful candidates cannot receive their cer­ tificates of election until their state­ ments are filed. The statement must tie filed withiu thirty days after the election. Following are two sections of the law: SEC. 7. Every person who shall be acaudidate before any caucus or convention, or at any primary elec­ tion, or at any election for any state, county, city, township, district or municipal office, or for senator or representative in the legislature of Minnesota, or for senator oj- repre­ sentative in the congress' of the United- States, shall within thirty days after the election held to fill such officeo...

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. — 20 March 1896

Vf THE SUNNY SOUTH. ifci Another Letter from I. E. Staples Descriptive of the Leading Cities of the Lower Mississippi. Louisiana and its Leading In­ dustry—Sugar Making is also Discussed. Public Parks and Squares Statues of Prominent Men and Women—Churches and Cemeteries. [BY I. E. SUPUCSJ We are inore than pleased with the country from Vickabuiwr wonth. Its people are ol a far better clans and it follows that their buildings, hab­ its and customs are far better. One cannot judice the inhabitants of the whole south by the people he meets along the country adjacent to the river through Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee and upper Mississippi. Many of these will never get over the bitter feelings engendered by the war and it will be a generation or so before some of theui realize that the war actually closed In 1865. Lo­ cated upon fighting ground during the war in numerous cases neigh­ bors. yes. families divided against ench other, raided one day by strangling bands of Northern tnen and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 March 1896

I,**- k. Si I 1 Kentucky's Capitol Building In the Hands of the Militia of the State. Governor Bradley Feared an Outbreak and Took Action in Advance. Rumor Circulated That Demo­ crats May Impeach the Governor. CINCINNATI, March 16.—The Com­ mercial Gazette's special from Frank­ fort, Ky., says: The riot bell rang from the. fibre engine houses at 11 o'clock ajid.pt the same moment Gov* ernof Bradley ordered out the militia. Ten minutes later the MoGreary Guards, 52 strong, were in possession of the state house and martial law was proclaimed. Until now Governor Bradley had persistently refused to call out the militia, though urged to do fo •WILLIAM O. BRADLEV "by citizens irrespective of party. The Blackburn leaders, he was informed, had been"preparing all day to Take Forcible Possession of the state house. Threats were made that the senate would arrest the gov­ ernor for usurpation of authority in giving the instructions to the sheriff of Franklin county to clear the corridors and cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 March 1896

MB) Bf MORGAN Reorganization Scheme of the Northern Pacific Given to the Public. Creates New Securities and Vests Control in a Board of Trustees. Syndioate Formed With Big Capital to Carry Out the Scheme. NEW YORK, March 16.—The reorgan­ isation plan of the Northern Pacific Talmud company has been completed and a circular in connection therewith appears in the morning papers in this city in the form of an advertisement over the signature of J. P. Morgan & Go. of New York, Drexel & Co. of Philadelphia, and the Dentsohe bank of Berlin. The circular, as it appears, J. P1ZRF0XT MORGAW. proposes the creation of the follov ig new securities: First—Prior lien 100-year 4 per cent gold bonds, 91HO.OOO.OOO. These bonds are to be secured by a mortgage upon the main line, branches, terminals, land grants, equipment and othev prop­ erty embraced in the reorganization, as earned out, and also all other property thereafter acquired. Second—General lien 150-year 3 per eent gold bonds, limit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 March 1896

New ClOOds XT Richardson Again Mayor a Very Emphatic Plurality—134. Geo. LaFond Clerk— F.E.Hal E. S. Brown W. A. Butler Assessor—. E. W. Collins F. B. Stuart Aid. at Large— S. A. Siverts Casper Schmitt Ward Aldermen— J. Mecusker. M. J. Bockhorni..... L. D. Brown. T. T. Mathieson C.D.7 Boom, G. V. Clark C. E. Carlson NfiVV Goods New Goods New Goods New Goods New Goods CITY ELECTION. A Lively Campaign, Ends With Large Majorities as a Rule. & The best, the biggest, the most select stock Little Falls has ever had. A complete line from "A" to "Z". by Mecusker Defeats Bockhorni by Eight—Brown Again City Clerk. em «-p. 0,0, CANDIDATES. t-Sr «*. Mayor— N. Richardson F. W. Lyon H. B. Tuttle G. O. Orr John McDonald Constable— 134 102 110 381 177 187 60 The city campaign was an active one for the candidates, and among the "surprises" that always follow elections were the rather* large ma­ jorities and pluralities that nearly all the successful candidates received. Alderman Mathieson, in th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 March 1896

$ IflTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT 1 BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO K1" 'PUBLISHED EVERY KRlO\Y. SUBSCRIPTION! On«ye«^—.. montli»....« ......... »»e months.... "R^ IDVHPTIBINQ RATKS I^pW .: TLB FALLS, -1 MINN Trade Condition*. Business the p»»Ht week showed & slight Improvement over the pre­ ceding one notwithstanding uii favoraole conditions for large country trade. Wheat lorn dropped t.wo cents in that time and egg* have also gone down and butter has a *4' tendency in the wiiiip direction. Wheat—No. I nard, 5lc No. 1, Northern 0 'Uo. 2. 47 No. 3. 46c. Flour, patent process, per bbl. S3.20. Straight gra.ie, per bbl. 00. Bakers' jxjr b)l S'J.Hu Oronnit feed, 812.50 per ton.. Bran—g* Shorts—$10. Oatf 14 (4 IB Corn—20 @22 per bushel Dairy butter— I2c}£@15c. Kg-!S—So •.'* Fat cattle—2V£ KC. Cows—2 2^c. .-sA Veal dressed—6c. iv 8 $ I Kreslf pork— 4J^o Mutton dressed no ax cut meats, 6 to 12^c. ,' Chickens. 6c to 8c. Lard, 8 «ft! 10c. Potatoes—12J^c per bushel. Beans—$1.00 per bumliel. Peas—7flc p...

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. — 20 March 1896

1 riy j^8»'-a tive Page TT SF "m. ffvf' JOB PRINTING Arv' TH£ MStiHlFT JOB. OFFiGl JW IS S?1 MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHKAP AND RAP1IK The First wind judges The Electric & Water company »-horrors cannot be used as acam ptiign issue to help »r hurt anybody for nearly a year. The mayor will probably be, pe­ titioned to appoint about eighteen policeman, but the cit does not need more than three. A nnuTu\gu license was issued Wednesday by Clerk of Court Sigiior to Charles R. Foote and Miss Mattie Richter, of Royalton. It is generally believed that the entrance of Ridliaidson into tiie campaign is what hurt the chances of Lyon and LaFoiul. Stanton & De La Hunt have re­ moved their grocery and feed store from Second street to the Flynn block on Broad way. Chaiiman BoucU,of the Republican League of the conntv. urges all clubs to send delegates to theStateLeague convention at St. Paul. C? D. Boom declared he made no pledges. When he wants to win, he will probably make about 700. Th...

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. — 20 March 1896

•ME BXPH?i&fl SOI PebeLoon the Cuban Resoiu tlone Nearing tl.j Cod in the Son ate. Two More fpaechas Sched­ uled and These Will Not Be Let.glhy. jHouae Committee on Immlgr* lion Favors Important l..easure». WASHINGTON, March 18.—The Cuban debate in the senate is drawing to a Close, and the exp ctution ia that a final Tote will be taken with a day or two. Mr. Sherman is keeping the question before the senate conti uuously, so that enger. i« apeeohes are not likely to last much Mr. Mills of Texas and Mr. Piatt of Connections are yet to be beard, bnl weir remarks will not be lengthy. Mr. Morgan of Alabama'oo copied almost the :tire (lay session, ••."•.•.•.•a. MCnSTBR DE L0M& ipeaking until nearly 0 o'clock, in sup* port of the resolutions. It was mainly an argument without dramatic inter­ est. The senator severely arraigned Minister Dupuy de Lome of Spain for impropriety in criticising senators. He also recited many evidences of the atrocities with which Spain was prose eating ...

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. — 20 March 1896

ALEX. S1MONET DEAD. Hlrf Death, Due to Bright's Disease, Occurs at His Home in Stillwater this Morning. Al, Simonet, of this city, received b.v telegram the sad news of the death of his brother Alexander, which occurred at his home in Still­ water Friday moaning from acute Bright's disease. The deceased was 22 years of age, and a member of the firm of Simonet Bros., who own furniture stores in Stillwater and Little Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Simonet left Stillwater Thursday morning vfor Total Cash in Treasury their home in this city, and were quite hopelul for the recovery of the invalid, as the doctors said he was doing fairly well. His disease took a sudden change for the worse last night, and death resulted this morning, tnakiug the blow alMhe more severe, as it was to some extent unexpected. The deceased spent several months visit­ ing with his brother in this city last summer, ancjj by those who formed an acquaintance with him here, he was held in high esteem. Officers Elected. 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. — 20 March 1896

iff J## if y.fi feK hi *0- Si ilil: ATTL 10 PLUC Lotlng Venture In Green Goods. STEVENS POINT, Wis., March 16.— George J. Leonard, a groceryman who failed recently, testified in court that he lost ^1,350 in a green goods game at Oshkoah. Leonard's liabilities greatly exceed his assets. Fifteen Yean for Robbery. FLANDREAU, 8. D., March 16.—James Smith, who waa found guilty of the robbery of the Erickson family, was sentenced by Judge Jones to imprison­ ment in the state penitentiary for 15 years. LATEST MARKET REPORT. Mil feds':.-- WII THE LARGEST PIECE OF UflQD TOBACCO EVER SOLD FOR I* Charged with Nt«*ry. I MOBILE, AIU., March 10.—William H. Muuuuu, ex-chief clerk in the spe­ cial asaesdwunt department of Chicago, who is on a visit to the South with his wife for the benefit of her health, waa arrested here. He is charged with forgery. Poitoffiet and Content* Burned. CHICAGO. March 16.—The postoffice at South Chicago, with all the mail, office fixtures uiid stumps, burned dur­ ing t...

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. — 20 March 1896

I:*?, W i- K. tr. ki: ir* J-*) Signs. That the Craze Is Coming Once More. SOCIETY GETS ITS SKATES ON. Marvin R. Clark, the Blind Newspaper Man, Say:* Now York's Four Hundred Have Wheels on Their Feet and That ths Sport May Be Revived In America. New York's Four Hundred have made golf and bioycling fashionablo and are now reviving the once popular pastime of rollei skating. For a month past the Berkeley lyceum, a fashionable resort in the metrop­ olis, has been occupied by the ladies and gentlemen belonging to the oldest and best families as what is commonly denom­ inated a roller skating rink, where the se­ lect few may be afforded the longed for op­ portunity of coming together and enjoying Invaoh other's polite society the fascinating & THE FOUR HUNDRED ON ROLLER SKATES, art of skating within doors on the very best laid floor, in an extensive hall, which is always kept at the proper temperature and under the necessary and proper re­ strictions conccrning the time of skating an...

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. — 20 March 1896

f, Snap ever offered in the City. XM&&4 M'KI The Wisconsin Delegation to St* Louis Instructed for the Oh loan. State Convention at Milwaukee Is Unanimous in Its In­ dorsement. Messrs. Sawyer, Hoard, Stout and Schofield Delegates at Large. MILWAUKEE, March 18.—The Repub­ lican state convention, called to name delegates to the St. Louis convention, was unanimous for McKinley and Wis* cousin's delegation was instructed for the Ohioan amid the greatest enthusi* asm. The contest for delegates at large was quite spirited and resulted in the aeleotion of ex-Senator Sawyer, ex* Governor Hoard, State Senator Stout and Major Edward Schofield. The convention met in the Academy of Musio, whioh was packed to the doors by delegates and spectators, male, ing the most enthusiastic political gath* FHILBTUS 8AWYK& wing ever held in this city. Chairman .Jones of the state central committee called the convention to order and John J. Each of La Crosse was selected as .chairman. His speech of...

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. — 27 March 1896

VOL 20. RESIGNED. Rev. Wm. Moore Tenders His Resignation as Pastor of the Congregational Church. At a business riieetinte »f the meiii bera of the Congregational church field at the Hose of the regular week­ ly prayermeeting «n Wednesday, the clerk read a letter from the pastor. Rev. Wm. Moore, renigniiig his pan torateof the church, and it whs much regret accepted. The letter of Mr. Moore wanes iollown: Litti-e Faixs,Minn.,Mar. gratitude 25.1896. To the Membbksof the Chukch: ». Dear friends, four years ago you entrusted to me tliie pastorate of this church. 1 now return the trust then con tided to me, with heurtfelt thanks for the kind sympathy and support you have given me, and with lasting for the very pleamarit le- latlons that have existed between us. The condition of my health, among other things, has convinced me that I cannot continue my work here with the degree of efficiency ,*ou need «nd. that for myself it will tie, neces­ sary to secure a pastorate in a climate less sti...

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. — 27 March 1896

cr Ti & r. 't 1 I if rr DAVIDSON AND NICHOLS. Little Falls and Duluth Win In the Contest for Delegates to St Louis. The Sixth Congressional Dis­ trict Adopts a Sound Money Platform. Special to The Transcript. AITKIN, Minn.. March 23—A. D. Davidson, of Little Full*, und Mon­ roe NlehoK of DuluMi. were elected delegates from the sixth congression­ al district to the nationul conven­ tion St. Louis. A sound money platform was adopted. Minnesota for McKiiiley. There isn't a Democratic office holder in the entire state of Mew Hampshire. There -are 80,000,000 feet of lumber on the docks at Duluth awaiting shipment bj water. Rev. C. S. Starkweather, who was removed from the mayorship of Superior, has been nominated again tor that office bj a conven tion of citizens. vt 1 The action taken at the severkl congressional district conventions and at the state convention this week is proof conclusive that the free silver sentiment has io sup­ port from the Republicans of the Northwest. The Ea...

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