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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 June 1896

-.V ?aV .tyj 1 W 4A MS -i .r.fy *..- lV I* rtPi iPj. •t* 1 -v FLOOD FOLLOWS STORM "T— !». jW ft'pck River at Uivernet'Mlriri., Out of. Its Banks and Great Damage Caused. Dwellings Submerged and Oc- icu pants Taken Frofrt frees f, and Housetops, CKJT'ilied reft y,'. Entire Northwest Visited, Some Places With Cyclonic Man- ^stations. $lVV' *LuvERjrtc, Minn., Jnne 8.—The work of the storm hefe is more serious than was first reported. Hundreds of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs were drowned along the river bottom. The "width of Bock river was from one to three miles, and many fields of wheat are rained. The water began to concentrate from all directions, and at 11 o'clock calls for help could be heard along the river. Bafts were hurriedly prepared and a rescuing crew started after the perish­ ing, families who had sopght refuge on housetops and trees. The water rose so rapidly and the current became so strong that the rescuing crew were Into (be Water and barely esoaped with their own li...

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. — 12 June 1896

W*l* N4 & mm if Kentucky Democrats will send a" solid free silver delegation to & the Chicago convention. During the mdnth of May 728 new oil wells were sunk in the oil region of the Eastern states(/{| 1 Congressman Towne is expected to reach Duluth today and will be tendered a reception this evening President Cleveland is planning a western fishing trip and will l^'sp-nd three weeks fishing in Brule ?|&river, in Wisconsin, this summer. &•' The Niagara Water power plant £& ,has been purchased by a banking Ftfirm, of which Geo. Morton is at the head, for the sum of $4,000,000. $ if The heavy rains of Saturday and 'the night following caused many washouts, and trains on nearly all V1 the roads entering the Twin Cities were delayed. C. B. Gilbert was1 re-elected superintendent of the St. Paul schools for two years, in "spite of considerable opposition from prominent citizens. •tt-v The public debt statement for May shows a deficit of $3,782,875, which is greater tha...

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. — 12 June 1896

&•** «i $/ -. 'm I t- ,flC W 4i% i(V '.i A' ELEVENTH HOUR MEN LATE IN THE FIELD, BUT BRAVED DANGER HEROICALLY, Xigimenti That Went to tha Front In 1864—Enormous Battle Inm In a Hun dred Days of Fighting—Deed* of Artiller tats Who#8houldered Muskota. ^Copyright, 1800, by American Press Associa­ tion. Boole rights reserved.] •ty-flrst Maine, which TRAN6E and paradoxioal as it may seem the eleventh hour rog* iments of the Army of the Po­ tomac faced as much of the su­ premo danger of battle us did many of tho regiments that wero in tha "field from the first hour. Glory enpugh thero Is. There were 84 field and line officers in the Thirty-first when it entered tho Wil­ derness, May 6, 1884, and iu les3 than 90 days, or before the close of .Tr.ly, 17 of them were struck dead in battle. The strength of the ranks at tho VYiklorness was 905. Out of that identical ro-st-or 158 were killed nnd ovor 400 wo untied before one year of field servico had ended, and nearly 80 per cent of those ca...

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. — 12 June 1896

§c $* *«*$ a Y*&xv Hti $* fcf Ww iH^ft V^ 4T«f^"^* dTLH FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY 11 THE TRANSCRIPT -ee months PUB. CO. PCBLI8HKD EVEitTf FRIDAY. j/ t\ sUBSCKUn'iONt PJ One year -IX months lt Pk ^*fVSBTIBING RATKB IA)W. P? TLB PALLS, The ,' V: .. ii 60 ... 75 40 MINN Democratic state convention to nominate state officers will be held August 4, at Minneapolis $ United States Senator Vilas, of Wisconsin, declares he will vote for McKinley if the Democrats at Chicago dechre in favor of free silver. And now Congressman Manley, supposed to represent Speaker Reed, gives an opinion that Mc Kinlev will be nominated on the first ballot. The Duluth Herald is an adyocate of silver coinage, and demands that both the great parties declare themselves plainly on the money question. It is to be hoped tfiey will. Senator Knute Nelson wires the Chicago Tribune from Wash­ ington as follows: "The free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ratio -of 16 to 1 by the United States alone at this time and und...

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. — 12 June 1896

mwm if" *i«pra •J©®. K-v si- sMte- JOB PRINTING THE fMNSDRIPT JOB GFFlCh IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Minnesota Democrats tire against the free coinage of silver. Oi N. LaFond is now president of the Minnesota State Firt men's as­ sociation. chairman of the was J. J. Jacobson. board of county commissioners up from Elm Dale yesterday. Farmers.generally report the lat'e weather as unfavorable to corn, and that crop Is making slow pro­ gress now. A proposition to issue $15 600 bonds for another school building was defeated in Sauk Centre Wednesday. The Boom company's crew isgrad uallv getting logs out of the, big jam, but the force will have an all summer job at it. Mat Blake had a foretcof men at work yesterday raising the frame of his new residence building on Fourth avenue southeast, If you would always be healthy, keep your blood pure with Hood'i Sarsapar'dla, the One True Blood Purifier. The Morrison county delegates to the Democratic state c...

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. — 12 June 1896

ft, lit $ Probable Course of the Repub­ lican Convention the Sub ject of Discussion. Silver Men Will Insist on Rec­ ognition and if Pefeated 1 a Few May Bolt. E"V Teller's Chances on a Free Coinage Ticket as Viewed by Mr. De Young. ST. LOUIS, June 10.—There is already considerable discussion among the dele­ gates and other party leaders who have arrived as to the probable course that •will be pursued on the financial ques­ tion, and it is becoming evident^that this question will receive more atten­ tion than any other in the committee on resolutions and from the delegates gen­ erally. The possibility of a bolt by the free silver advocates in case of the in­ corporation of a plank in the platform which they will construe as unfriendly to silver is discussed freely in the hotel lobbies, and by none more so than by U. H. DE VOUJIO. the silver men themselves, of whom there are already several in the city. There has been no general conference among them, hoy/ever, and will not be until t...

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. — 12 June 1896

fc, ,s l£*' V" 7. f- A"-' siK'&t- k'1 6 Lauerman Bros per®°ns MANUFACTURERS OF Wagon and Carriage Painting, Horse-Shoeing, Plow Work a Specialty. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Maple St., between 1st and 2nd LITTLE FALLS WINN. MANUFACTURER OF WAGONS AND BUGGIES SLEIHS AND GUTTERS. BLACKSMITHiwR In'all its Branches Neatly, Sub* stantially and Promptly Done. Wagon and Carriage Painting a Speciatly. Thi». Wlnconsln Central Linca Two fast, trains daily between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago, Mil? waukefe affd all points' in Wisconsin, making connection in Chicago with all lines running east and south.. Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all points in the United States and Canadian provinces. For full information regarding routes, rates, maps, folders, etc., ad' dress your nearst ticket agent or JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. 8-94 AL ffllW,. Cbaipion lows Broadway, West Love Labor so This great cleaner comes to woman's aid on wash-day and every day. Makes her work a ...

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. — 12 June 1896

2 1 1 Hr J! $ 1 fl 1 it J* wmmemrirv£T£siifV* W*i V* r* ms&stmsiymfr* 1 "A Scorcher, ORIENTAL SLEEPERS. 1 Jw^tj u' A STORY OF LUXURIOUS TRAVELING it ON AN INDIAN RAILWAY., Jkn American Fonnd Mac!i That Was Now %*Tr" Mild Undesirable Dellberateness, the i-,~ .Dominant Characteristic. Practiced to a at at Decree. ,V *, -A sleeping oar on'an5oriental ralfWi^ifc1 /death to arlstooratio airs. The early morn lng—the tourist' joyfully rises with tho sun—finds his meekness only oxceoded by his shabbiness and durinp the long, long night how often does he wish that hit was sleeping amid the jungles through which .he is passing instead of tossing up and ., down, round and round, over and over, in this wabbling, rattling, snorting, creak­ ing thing that it? carrying hhn 10 or IB miles an hourf I am slue that the Indian sleeping oat possesses a patent of its own, and that it has never been r,, a Tobacco Dealers sav, that "BATTLE AX" is a "scorcher because it sells so fast/ Tobacco Chewers sa...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 June 1896

1 s^iUS. 1 A PRETTY WEDDING. Miss Cora Frampton and Geo M. Gordon Married Tuesday 1 Evening. One of the'most beautiful weddings that ever took place in "this city, oc curredot tho residence uf Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Frampton Tuesday even lug, when their eldest daughter. Cora F, Frampton. was joined in.wediock to George M. Gordon, of St. Paul. The ceremony occurred at 8 o'clock and' was performed, by Rev. A. A. JJoss, rector of the Episcopal church of this city, and was witnessed by a large number of invited guests, friends of the contracting parties, including many of the leading society people of this city. The large residence throughout was elaborately decorated with cut flowers and potted plants, and the jittrlor in Which the ceremony was performed was a veritable bow- After the marriage ceremony was performed an elaborate wedding supper was served, including all the delicious edibles of the season. The tables were- handsomely decorated. Following the supper dancing was indulged in b...

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. — 12 June 1896

•w m: pr5* •if w? 1 ^ivV "A, ft .'•£./'M.mM ft MANLEY ADMITS IT Fl rial ly Acknowledges That Mc Klnley Will BeFirstChoice k'i'ir at St Louis. Useless to Further Deny, He Says, the Existing State of Affairs. jfo ls Authorized by Reed to Re fuse an Offer of Sec v/'! ond Place. ax:Maine ST. LOUIS, June 11.—Mr. Manley of says: "In my judgment the convention will nominate Major Mc­ Kinley on the first ballot. It is useless •to attempt to deny that this will be the result. The action'of the national com­ mittee in its overwhelming vote on the Alabama case settles conclusive how the respective states which the mem­ bers of the committee represent, will vote in the convention. Mr. Heed's name will be presented to the conven- j'o.-iiiKI MANLEY. tioii and he will bo voted for, and I am authorized to say that under no condi­ tions or circumstances can he or" will he accept the nomination for vice president if it should be tendered to him. The great majority of the New England del­ egates will ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

&safrMi.iift?v VObfr 20. iffe mi$c *4* Vf&X jfo'A Jfe l\ & II at -it The Morrisorv County Repub­ licans Send Two Sets of Delegates. One Side For Lee-The Other \lfor Clough—A Great Campaign Money and Democrats Used in the Effort to Clough. The campaign of the Clough .man­ agers in Morrison county was as corrupt as it was promised to be. and the methods used- in this city/ a lid county ulone to secure delegates for Clough vVere suffleleiit to forever condemn the local leaders of the Clough move, and forfeit all claim Clough cttn ever have on support from free and independent Republi­ can voters. The boast Was openly made months" *igo that Morrison county would be carried for Ciough if it took any amount of money. It was a straight.money campaign in Clough's interest—open, plain and nvowe\l. The Lee men never feared the effect of the'money-campaign atnong the Republican voters, as it could effect but a certain element, and could never carry the county. But when .money and n...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

2 Wn w* t&i sr "l When tho famous French author Theo phile Gautier, about the iniddlo of the present century, wrote his well known work, "Mile, do Mnupin," and called it "A Historical Story," there were many able critics who doubted the "historical" value of tho narrative and declared in the face of the author's protestations that he used the word to add to the verisimilitude of a very realistic and clever story. Subsequent investigation has developed the fiict that Gautier not only told the truth ns to his remarkable heroine, but that tho flotion in tlio work was insignifi­ cant as compared with tho actual facts, which ho so nbly rocorded. Louise de Maupin, daughter of the Vi­ comto Henri do Maupin, was born in Pic ardy, France, in tho spring of 1690. Her mother died when the child was a few weeks old, and so her caso developed a man whoso occentrioities, if shown in those days, would pluce him in charge of legal guardians. Henri, Vicomto do Maupin, had been a soldier under Lou...

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. — 19 June 1896

Mr JP? 5* J$8& ft :'ife fm- £v A W 1,5.-, 4 v/V^ fe active Page 5 -h-T %,«. (J1^ jk\ j- ^v "t -ic^.-t:'jWa V-^vVV^ 4* r\™ ^i iljA •4 41 1 Vk .*V PARACROTTI'S EVIL EYE He Has Killed Thirty-three Men by Accident. Perhaps the most mlsorablo mail In Now York isCnsoll Paraorottl, an Italian push cart peddler of bananas. His courso through life has been train of misfor­ tune to all: those with whom ho came in contact* He is today but 88 years of age, yet he looks like an old man. There is a strange analogy in his life to that of the fabled Glaudio, who, under tho curse of the gods, was doomed to cause -the death of any one to whom he was kind and un­ able to esoape tho terrible fato that attend­ ed him because his immortality was de­ creed by the angered deities. It is a Btrange curse that hangs over Paraorottl. He lives the lonely life of his class, dreading the advent of the next tragedy in the chain which be believes must go' on until his own death shall come. He was born In a. ema...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

!hS fill •fi'l 'HI sE r%'§^ 1-1 'V !~J. I' The Minnesota delegates are l^now at St. Louis ready for busi­ ness. 'V'i V4.M. 1 1 The aggregate appropriations at the recent session of congress was $505,079,410. *'•',• .. 3,"4 Johnson, the American cyclist, lowered the world's record for 500 metres at-Paris last Friday. He also lowered the European quarter jnilc to 24 seconds. -, The wheat exports the past Week aggregated 2,923,000 bushels, against 3,209,000 bushels the preceding week, 1,781,000 bushels the week in 1895, 2,254,000 A bushels the week in *1894 and 3, 834,000 buslitls the week iu 1893. The wheat market has been in a very nervous and fluctuating con­ dition since the.artificial bulge a few days ago, and thefre is uo natural controlling influence to hold it on either trend, up or down. The winter wheat harvest­ ing has been effected by wet weather, and the yield is reported smaller than expected. Receipts of wheat at primary markets con­ tinue comparatively large. The export...

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. — 19 June 1896

iV 4 §"i W oS'V *£»)&' SpgB 1 $ 1 b'' '4 A **31 of IK •Pii •if iMc r—r W*1V HUNDREDS OF VICTIMS. t' %••«, ,v t'f Amelia Dyer* ¥A* Baby F&fnief and Strangler. j, t$- £*4t»!S __— Not einpe tho terrible murders In White chapel has London been so shocked and Interested as it has been during tho last fpw weeks by tho wholesale murder of in* fflut. children for whiblv Amelia Dyer is now awaiting trial. A coroner's .jury found the woman guilty of willful murder some days ago. There is overwhelming ovidonco donnecting her with tho murder of eever&l children, who jworo strangled and thrown into tho Thumps,' after weights hart beon attached to their bodies, and the woman has practi­ cally confessed her guilt. If tho police are justified in assuming— as thoy do—that many of tjie children whoso bodies havo been taken from tho l'ivor, or who are still mysteriously miss­ ing, met death at the hands of tho notori ous baby farmer or her accomplices, the woman is.a murderess hundreds of ...

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. — 19 June 1896

(TTS.E A if 5 2 V] $ 'k 'k F" IT bll' BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. fe3^ wr* fCBLISti&D EVBETC FRIDAY. Lieutenant-Governor, Dodge Faribault Fillmore Freeborn Goodhue Hennepin Houston. Isanti Jackson Kandiyohi Kittson Lac qui Parle Luke Le Sueur Macoln Lyon Mcl.ood Marshall Meeker..... Mlllo Lacs Mower..... Murray £yfc"- Nobles r* OliuHteo.d.... Otter Tall... PliJt?Bto--.e. lied iv oo Itenville v-v* II ift 1 I ., ,V SUBSCRIPTION' biioyear.'. IS' month*..., •ee months *|»V8KTISIN« KATHM UJ*?, flBO 76 40 TLB FALLS,' "ill A He MINN REPUBLICAN STATE CONTENTION. Republican State Couvention for the 8lale of Minnesota will be held on Wednesday, the 1st day of July, A. D. 1896. in the Auditorium in the city of St. l'aul, at 12 o'clock ncwn. for the purpose of placing In nomination candidates for the following named offices: Governor, Secretary «f.STA 6. Treas­ urer and Attorney-General and for the trans action of such other business as may properly come before tne convention. All voters who...

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. — 19 June 1896

5 sWv i-i-ritf* JBnl 8. V*", 14'- *1 I^tss .. •»$ £53 tive JOB1»RINT»NC OFFffit is now boppCjIED P. J. •i. h* ^4 .f C*V ,$I P, -ft, 'c wrrH MATflSiCIiAH- -new TROU«HOUT. EAT, GBBAf ANB 11AP1B. A drtURhtfeev w«« bom t« r. and \Mrs. Jamt* (Fearing, of tke'VVestsUS'e, ^Saturday. ''t Regular e^muwuiieatioH -of -Jlaittie iFalls lodge JJo. 440, A- »•£. A. St,., it&te evening: iDr.' Wm. LVIcRaaiel returned ?t« r*Ws city Moiwlayffrom Lon* iPrairie. lHe has decided 'totlocate b«?re.pe*ma inent'y, ^-^'^0, *ft». A.* J. Mfltpm. of vSt. •tiaqghter of Hr. »Mid' Mw. tl. A IBenkey, -caiue'upiiatUirday fuisa'Vlsltf WlfelJft'lierii. Impoverished Wood cause* that tired ifeeling. Ilc)od'« SarKapajilla purifier, enriches and vitalteeB tliej blued ittttd gives vS&or and vitaiity. (Firampton te *Ditt confined to his house on accoiwit of Bickness. He i« suffering from Neuralgia, and his ph.jy«iolan states tbait it is a v« severe .attack. Sheriff Kider left Tuesday morning lor Baldwin, Wis,, whene h...

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. — 19 June 1896

$ 't k\ ib 1 •.,rc. Eighty-five Entombed at Tayv lorville, Ills., In a Col-^r1 j^Jiery •v%'' MOTHER AND CHILD DEAD "Jt"atal Flro nt Minneapolis Caused by Gaso line Exploding. MINNEAPOLIS, June 18.—Mrs. Ara Anderson and her 0-montlis-old son, died dnriug^he evening as a result of tpdily bunis received in a gasoline ex­ plosion that occurred at their home in tho morning. Slie was polishing her stoVe and used gasoline to soften the Sub* stance. The stuff ignited from, the heat of the stove and the woman's clothes caught fire. Hor child was:'ht her side and its clothes also becitme aflame. The cries of the two hastily brought assistance and the firo was ox tinguished, but the mother and child were fatally burned. Tli ey lhigeEed in great agony until evening when death rntei'vened. .. 5 DUELLED TO THE DEATH. Mounted l'oUeciiuui and llulfhrtcd Cse T2ieii Killc-H. I WINNIPEG, June 1«.—A dispatch from Calgary says about 8 o'clock in the evening as Charles Godin, mounted police interpreter, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

ftfe V1". b1 W* I W f* EL $r-„ WM "••ipf vintiHllllMI iiWlMn "Well,—Santa Claas musty 4 Lauerman Bros, MANUFACTURERS OF "Wagon and Carriage Fainting, Horge-Slioeingr, Plow Work a Specialty. ALL. "WORK WARRANTED. Maple St., between 1st and 2nd LITTLE FALLS MINN. J.J. RASSIER, MANUFACTURER OF WAGONS AND BUGGIES SLEIHS AND CUTTERS. BLACKSMITH I NFI In'all its Branches Neatly, Sub. stantially and Promptly Done. ,,,• Wagon and Carriage Painting a Speciatly The. Wisconsin Central Line® Run Two fast trains dally between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago, Mik waukee and all points in Wisconsin, making connection In Chicago with all lines running east and south. Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all points in the United States and Canadian provinces. For full information regarding routes, rates, maps, folders, etc., ad­ dress your nearst ticket agent or JAS. 0. POND, Gen. Pass. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. 8-94 Si-::, IVC-?' AGENTS FOE Defective Page v^.-M have run out o'Soap when he left...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

I 5 r1 WOULD. BS GOVERNORS. Piddliug Kob 7'77'or of Tennessee and James A Blount white t1r(tolre Cut Down Expenses." PLUG A woman knows what a bargain really is* She knows better than a man. "BATTLE AX" is selected every time by wives who buy tobacco for their hus­ bands. They select it because it is an honest bargain. It is the biggest in size, the smallest in price, and the best in quality. The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the JO cent piece of other high grade brands. t.! IsiU-sn. Robert L. Taylor, vrlio has f.gala been ttoiairumrd for governor ci Tc? :ia.s!ec on thu Democratic tiukot, is kw.vTr through-'j one the oountry as Fiddling Bob. Tho name rpcnlls that most remarkable* cant-1 p«h in Arhioh Iib ntscl his brother A If wtiro the oppoelun. gut^routorial cornli •dalitis on the jnijci'atic ami IfUpubliofCn 'tickets respectively, while their facluir was 'the Prohibition onndiiinte. Tho Taylor "brothers during that campaign mado their 'RK niohible canvass jointly. They calle...

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