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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 May 1896

•i »rf\K ,i W i.-3» 3? ft I SH rfVilf JjSSeSP *JjN^ '"tfSSV-'' .'l A J'"Jc --VV' active Page •r ..-a. ."•: THE TRAHSURIPT JOB OFFiCl IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The Transcript office is now located in the Butler block, up stairs- A son was born to Mr. und Mrs, H. B. Sclienck Wednesday. Jno. A. Berkey came up from St. Paul Wednesday evening. A daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. John Federspiel. Sarsaparilla. Robert De la Hunt, of passed through the city Tuesday en New stock of belts, fans, silk mitts and shirt waists at the St. Paul Dry Goods Store. JOB PR! NTI ftSC A Petition Is again belngclrculated asking for the vacation of Second ., aveoue north, so that the railroad The board of health proposes to j. J, JacaI)sOu, chairman of the be properly respected this year. Lboard of county commissioners, was Regular weekly shoot of the Gun Little Falls Monday. Hesajsthe club this afternoon at 3 o'clock, rains have done some damage to crops,-bu...

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. — 29 May 1896

Wm 8§£$S&, %&$? .'^# fc- *w tv Number of Dead Not Known, |f Sixty Bociies Have Been Recovered. VICTORIA, B. 0., May 37.—A terrible accident occurred here during the day. A sham fight and review was to take place at Macauley point, near Esqui jnault, and crowds were,making their way there by every route. All the tram cars were packed. Two cars left Gov­ ernment street with more than 100 peo­ ple on board. The first got over Point Ellice bridge safely, but when the other iwasabout halfway over the middle «pan of the bridge, about 160 feet in length, gave way, and the car plunged into the water some 100 fe^t below. The car was completely submerged and •all on board were drowned, with the •exception of soipe of those who were standing on the, platform and who, es­ caping injury from falling timbers, managed to save themselves by using the floating ruins of the bridge and thus got ashore. Sixty-one bodies have already been gotten up and Tlie Work of Identification Is proceeding. ...

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. — 29 May 1896

.....A..'.. •K, V\i EF-R-V^ 8* %-. 1 If ,' Bp ft, hi- i: ctive Page tt— POLITICAL POINTS. ?The Many Conventions in Sight Goose Eggs Politics. The Democratic leader? are trying to figure where there is any chance of electing some Democratic candi­ dates in Morrison county this fall, and the task is a difficult one. Their greatest effort will be made to win back voters who deserted Democ­ racy two years ago, aud as the heaviest losses were in Belle Prairie and Ripley towns, special efforts are being made to restore the old con­ ditions. Belle Prairie and Ripley will be offered most anything (in nominations) this year. It is stated that Phil Morin, of Riplev, has been offered the nomination for sheriff. That is very generous to Mr. Morin, considering the. fact that Sh.eriff Rider will this fall •car.y all but three or four of the precincts in the county, and be elected by a larger majority than has ever been given a candidate for county office in Morri son county. Just to test the sin ...

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. — 29 May 1896

KG S& •&!?: S 10 tou ^5^^T7Trr?T^T?T?T^TrT^ "Judgment 1I PLUG The umpire now decides that "BATTLE AX" is not only decidedly bigger in size than any f. other 5 cent piece of tobacco? but the quality is the finest he ever saw, and the flavor delicious* You will never know just how good it is until trv it A A A A A A A A A J!^' MINOR ITEMS OF INTEREST. Bishop Taylor of Africa has been re itired by the Methodist conference. The German government has abridged ''the constitutional right of petition. The first carload of this year's crop of oats has been received at Kansas City. .• Xiorto 'Fletcher was renominated for «congress from the Fifth Minnesota dis­ trict. It is said that the president has made tip his mind to veto the river and hr.r- bor bill. The attorney general of Wisconsin is proceeding against the sash, door and blind trust. St. Paul police raided a number of opium joints and captured sevtral com­ plete outfits. It is reported that Dan Stuart intends to purchase part ...

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. — 29 May 1896

uss yfo '1& rV* -W...A.y£... POLITICAL POINTS.: :4:V g& V- Judge Trett«lh8 t^ ,j- /Republicans A Few County Suggestions. Among the fornier'Dem.cratB who have decided to hereafter support Republican principles and candidates, is Donat Trettel, the well known at torney, of this city, and formerly judge of probate. Mr, Trettel is un s, doubtedly the uiost prominent and able citizen of Polish descent in the county, and has a very large per eonal following. In recent cam paigns he has been ope of the most efficient workers in the Democratic campaigns, and t.liere Was scarcely another man in that party in the county whose loss will be so severely felt to the Democraey, or whose gain will do so mucii for the .Republican party. His position in the public affairs of Morrison county is such that his affiliation with the Repub­ lican party is of great advantage to it. He has made the chapge after careful consideration of the results and promises of Democratic and Re­ publican control o...

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. — 29 May 1896

$' s' 4 sww 1 Many Vessels at the Levee Go to the Bottom, Few on, Board Escaping. Scores of Buildings Demolished and the Inmates Buried In. the Ruins. f5 fv1* lOutlying Villages Totally De­ stroyed and Great Loss of Life Reported. cr F\ HEW YOKK, M.iy 28.—The .following message has been received at the New f' York office of the St. Louis Republic, in The Times building: St. Louis, May 28.—To Republic Bu- seau, New York: Impossible to give more than a rough estimate of the dam­ age aod loss of life here and at East St. Ixraia. Probably 600 or 800 killed and twice that number injured. We have minors of cyclones at Moberly, War sensborg and other towns in Missouri. Thirty killed at Yandalia, Ills. Local pitiwtiou terrible. V) TERRIBLE VISITATION. lb« Starm the Wont That Ever Visited That Sectlou. ST. LOUIS, May .28.—Death and de­ struction reign supreme in St. Louis and vicinity as a result of the most ter­ rible storm that ever visited this sec­ tion of the country. So widespread is C...

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. — 5 June 1896

VOL. 20. SE From Thursday's Daily. ODD FELLOWS HOME. A Meeting of Citizens Called to Assist in Securing Its Location Here. A meeting of the citizens litis been culled for tonight by tjie qnayor, to crystallze and to put into practical operation the sent!went which has prevailed with the Odd Fellows and among our-'leading citizei.s over a year, viz: That we should p.it forth an effort to secure the location of the Odd Fellows home in our city. However.-we are aware of the fact that many things which are desired are not obtained, not because of impossibility but torouirb lack the.properinethods,or lack of en orgy to carry those methods into effect. Theretoie the Odd Fellows desire to call the especial attention of the citizens to this meeting and project. First, they wish to set forth the desirability of having the home lo­ cated in Littla Falls. It means that between $15,000 and $20,000 is to 'b» expended iiY our. city, or in some other city in the stpte, and that that amount is only...

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. — 5 June 1896

-ft tew5 pjj fk Ktj! P' m'' f» M. Doran wins a victory in the IjSjb. Paul Democratic primaries. $803 W' Oregon went Republican Atqtt -because there was an election there. •Iff 'f Quuy concedes that McKinley will be nominated at St. Louis. .Piatt is still "loyal" to Morton^ m,8k. 11 ft 1 Superintendent Gilbert, of the Paul schools, has sued five •^citizens for $25,000 ou account of ',^(vl^harges made against him*, *J. H. Manley, Reed's political representative, declares that the speaker of the house will nofc accept tho s^eeoad place oa the ticket. The KGrand Rapids Herald-Ro- viewannounces that the Demo­ crats of this district propose fco send free silver.Relegates. t,o Chicago A sfc»tV'appointee is. abuiit as apt to forget to draw his salary as ho is to forget to claim his conuty for Clough. And li Jie doesn't carry- his county for Clough he will probably stop -drawing his state salary., #'^NOT MJNFLTFA EMERGENCIES. 0 Congressman Towrie made the ^following reply( to a question as t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 June 1896

A* 8s\ five Page ill® TOE El NOT FIR 01 'L--. ..'• V"'1' Possibility That Congress May Adjourn by Thursday of This Week. SBC Disposing of Conference Re­ ports the Only Imperative Business. Believed the River and Har­ bor Bill Will Pass Over the Veto. WASHINGTON, June 1.—The senate will begin the week with the intention ^of making it the last of the session if possible. Some senators! put the day of adjournment as early as Thursday-of the present week, while others place it on Saturday and still others think it will be impossible to conclude before 4- the first days of next week% The imperative work before, the set ate in order to reach adjournment is to dispose of the conference .reports on the ordinary appropriation bills, to vote A! upon the bond prohibitory bill and to consider the proposition to pass the river and harbor bill over the presi i-v dent's veto in case the bill ^receives the W necessary two-thirds yote in' the house to bring it to the senate. v. Other Matters to Be D...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 June 1896

W1'1 f? J* p? jTbe Ciough ,forces thiiilk they Wan «ari Hennqpin coaufcy^but ippt just yet. ^J| If the McKinley boom hadbeen ,lk f}t. louis in full force Wednes f'Y/^Jay, the cyclone would have .got the worst of it. Congressman Towne will deliver It the Fourth of July oration at the new 'town -on the rainerd & Northern Minnesota fl^aiiroacL. ftf wl m.. p» The Prohibitionists have finally 1 ^declared for free silver coinage. They are as much opposed to a stroug currency as they are to a strong drink. 3- v* »p%$. i- ik t-sy* The Princeton Union objects to any outside comments on the haste in Mille Lacs county to have the Republicans meet and declare^for Clough instead of Lee. Objection overruled- v, fa* .. *1*4''-V The Republican state .league is getting into the game about as energetically as the state com­ mittee. Olough headquarters hare 'been opened in the German American bank building in St. Paul withal S. Warner in charge. Mr. Warner is the president of the Republican league...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 June 1896

•':WW$ .Oil 3-C cure •which a rre mr I age i~n" Pale Cheeks and Nerveless Hands are no •MB Admired have Rosy 4 may these symptoms, or may havo all. They (Simply indicate the.rovsiijes- disease iuxs man® eek or-ten-days Wore the expected re­ turn of each "period, i-he prompt apneftrancc of the visitor is insured. Por suppr(!s fiions. the pills must be taken steadily until the re-ap[carance takes place1--generally iij a mouth's time, sometimes less. Follow the in the hack eud general dragged-out feeling. All disnlacemcntg from wci.kiieos of the uterine ligaments are speedily relieved paid ultimately cured by the use of^these pills. Lcucorrhoea, bearing ''down,.',' weight in the pelvis, and all female weakness, and speedy relief r.nd cur.e in the i(dmii)£|tnttitni of the Pink Pills for PaleTeople. The most critical period in ^the life of a woman is that atte«di:i|? the 'eessJttion of me.istruatiorf, or, as it is most generally term ad, the change or turn bf life. The symptoms attending...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 June 1896

Au Jf lTTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT .BY THE TBANSCMPT PUB. CO. f-rr ?—V. V'—i i'OHytar...... ........... IX month# J""*' PPBLI8HED BVBSY FRIDV*,, SUBSCRIPTION' v...~ fl 60 $' '*ee month# '•40 *.DVEJ»T181NG BATB8 LOW^I' TLK FALIJ3, I"- The Princv Persimmons,1 Wednesday. of Wales' horse, Derby won the .••w \T( V, Johnson, the Minneapolis bicy clist, continues to lose races on his E an said to desire the Cleveland is presidential nomination four years hence, in 1900. Pif* Governor Bradley, of Kentucky, has announced his withdrawal as a presidential candidate. There, are 170 contested seats for delegates to the Republican national convention. The nation­ al committee will meet next week to hear the evidence and deter­ mine who are the rightful dele- In response to the general de­ mand for information about the new Czar, whose coronation at Moscow has been the world-event of the past month, the Review of Reviews for June publishes a chapter of interesting gossip about the young ruler and his br...

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. — 5 June 1896

mz J» Fjfc 0 3% Hl jl ii' 3 f£\ vV I wHl» 1 /J d?8« y& vOv iBfcJvi sf wr !$v mm?? JOB PRINTING THE THAMSliBUT JOB OFF# IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The second story of the new flour mill wits completed Saturday even- W. S. Smith will raffite ia new Field blcyclfc at the Hotel Buckman this evening. The new county bridge over the itLoqgF Prairie at J^otley has., J?t§§n The converter In*the. city hall'was jg out last Monday, and kero sene lY-Jburned 1* lamps were. In use. *•./,' The Brainerd posto'ffice hafi been '•!,raised to the second class, and the &.->(•*»"salary Is how $2,000 a vear. titi* ... v: &$#» -j 1KV fet -r I*4. %,'• 1 Bolls and pimples are due to im­ pure blood. Remove them by mak­ ing the blood pure- .^vitli Hoo'J's Sarsiparilia. vv Chas. Jaiisen, eldest son .of Joseph ijansen, is reported quite sick with inflammation of the bowels. The water was turned on again 'late Monday afternoon, the break in the main having be...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 June 1896

'..[ilig :,.', ,V. w«?v W*rf"\. %W-t 4„- '. s^ht lC"* 9 St. Louis unicipal Assembly Makes a General Appeal to the Public. A »t»l 1* i' -h »'4 rJ »r Whereas, A terrible calamity has befal­ len our city, rendering many of our citizens destitute and homeless and .Whereas, Assistance has been offered! from all parts of this nation for the relief of those who suffered by the late cyclone and Whereas, It is in our judgment neces­ sary for the comfort and relief of the un­ fortunates that we should accept such as-. si stance from those who are so kindly disposed therefore, be it I Resolved, By the house of delegates,,. the city council concurring therein, that •we, the representatives of the people, hereby appeal to The Generosity of the Public for all the aid that can be sent to us in the si. hour of our distress. 1 II" Resolved, That all donations be sent to the mayor or police commission of the city of St. Louis, or to any other commit­ tee who may have charge of the relief funds. Resol...

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. — 5 June 1896

??#, ,*' •. F, ^MEMORIAL CEREMONIES. ffilr 1 A ,t\'ic^- '1' J. H. Rhodes Pays an Eloqyept Tribute to the Unipn $ S .*t Other Appropriate Exercises '•^"'Included In the Observance j*|' "•$of the-'O^Lyig^l^ "ff t# "$ it1'-— mI\V 7^VVVv **V5f 'Never before since the 30th day of May as set aside for the annual tri­ bute to the old soldiers of the Union armies, has .Decoration day beeti more appropriately observed In this Olty tlian.on Saturday last. The city and surrounding cbuntry turned out in large numbers, and be­ fore noon the city was throngeifl with people: The forenoon was devoted by the G. A. li. to the work of die orating'the graves of the old soldiers who are buried in Oak wood cene tery, and the citizens who have relatives buried there also were at work decorating the gra-ves. Promptly at 1:30 in the afternoon the procession wcs formed in front of the city lali, headed by Workman post, G. A. It. and a drum .corps, /In the procession were civil societies, the city fire depart...

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. — 5 June 1896

ft x,, E T*w*r 10 WKfcSi ?=i 1®, |p!l S3 fjj/4/if with newspaper prints and articles of the' time and with many portraits of Dickens s' and his family. Strangely enough, the only two piotu ws in tho room not relating to Dickens are portraits of the American -actress Mary Auuorsou. Before we leuvo tbo inn we writo our names in tbe visitors' book. It is grow lng late, and we hurry took. It is still a beautiful walk, and aftovilve miles we are '•i n' again in Gravesehd. Entering the town by the Peiham road, wo come to the White if'* Post tavern and must pause to contem •tfji plato another spot of interest. Beside tbe §'i ,i tavern is a liulo rectangular yard, well covered with graas and surrounded by a flower border. In the middle is a circular t'"flower 4? It's a Good Thing. Push tt Along/ Why buy a newspaper unless you can profit by the expense? For 5 cents you can* get almost as $much ^BATTLE AX^ms you can of other high TOMB OF POCAHONTAS. lb« Indiah Princess Lie* In an Unuaarked P»...

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. — 5 June 1896

m® •FV COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Final Action for a New Chemr lca| Postponed Until Tues m\day. mp™ .Temporary Contract With the SB* E. & W. Co. Will be Consid-/ ered Saturday. Next. 7^ Kh I ?j /J.,* in The city, council met frVrfck,, regular •p^/' monthly salon at the city hall Mon §*& ,. day ni^ht. Alt lyernbers present. -^0^'- After the minutes of the previous meeting bad been read a ud apr |||L proved, S. S. Smith. agent for.the |g Hollo way (Chemical Engine Co., ad yO dressed l^he councilon vthe question V"' of a now chemical engine for the ife Little Falls fire department. Mr. Smith explained the a civil nt .'C ages of a: double tank engine and the leasons for the sreat difference in cost of double and single, the former costing1 f1,500 and the lai ter $600. He stated that his company wcWikl furnish complete, delivered in thin city, a double thirty-five gallon tank chemical engine, with full rigging to be handled by either horses or men, for $1,500, that price being the reg'...

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. — 5 June 1896

I fi* I |3 r?'' 1 Kentucky Democrats to Name Given an Ovation at Lexingrtpn and..His Speech UtycHy|'|| i, iApplauceJ. -I1 Solid Delegation for Silver Wjll I., Co to the National, ...Convention. ... LEXINGTON, Ky„ June 4.—The drift $tof the Democratic state convention was ^-ior Senator Blackburn for president and -General P. Wat Hardin, the defeated 4 candidate for governor, his successorin ?the senate. The convention is 10 to 1 for the 16 to 1 ratio. It was thought before the districts met that the gold standard men would get several representatives out of the districts, .but the Louisville district is. .the ft* J09RPH S. BLACKBURN* one out of the 11 that the men controlled, and the com­ mittee on credentials is laboring all night on contests that may wrest the Fifth district from the gold men and give a Solid K*IItacky Delegation to Chicago for free silver. The delega­ tion ifi instructed to vote fts a unit for Blackburn at Chicago, aud Blackburn is sitting up all night, taking par...

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. — 12 June 1896

0 PI* ^1 VOL. 20. & •T' '*1' i- •$*»'«] V?* 1 W OUR CHANCES GpOD. A Good Proposition to be Made to Secure the Odd Fel lows' Home.... Erom Friday's Daily. There was not as large an attend­ ance at the citizens' meeting last night as there should have been to assist the local Odd Fellows'lodge in securing the location of the state Odd Fellows' home at this place. Nevertheless, the attendance was composed of representative business men, and all that can be done to­ ward assisting in the work of secur­ ing that institution for this city was well begun list night. Mayor Richardson called the meet­ ing to orderand was made thechair 10an Willi C. H. Brown as secretary. H. A. Rider, onewf the prominent members of the local Odd Fellows lodge, was the first speaker. He briefly stated the plans that have been made by the Grand lodge for a state, hom^ for agyd and indigent members. The Grand lodge has been at work for several years raising a fund tor that purpose. There is now in that fund ...

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. — 12 June 1896

•fe j^c,:- vt '^-W rr u. A ft The silver coinage issue will be ,a leading one in the present cam­ paign, and the Republican party will be on the right side. The printers on the daily papers 'of St. Paul and Minneapolis are on a strike, and the publications do "not present a very attractive Appearance. The sentiment of the Bepubli cans of Morrison county is Overwhelmingly for Lee, and no ./"influences should be powerful enough to induce them to desert him.. Both of the. Republican papers of St. Paul are stoutly protesting that Ramsey county doesn't want a governor. The reasons given are about as substantial as those advanced by the Sixth, district IT* Ftf papers that are opposing Lee. h' It is accepted as a foregone con­ clusion that the Democratic national convention at Chicago will declare in favor of free silver coinage at 16 to.l. It is not im­ possible that the nominee will be a man acceptable to the Populists, The Duluth Herald declares that Towne will not stand on a gold platf...

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