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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 19 June 1896

SVajlN Urn-" Si? im-M: Iky M' ••mi W}:- SM. *a- *&1p v}'}- 1 IV Mil & ii yi ii mil• ra*~** etafir JUREDiBY THE CARS. V( ••(*£»-,*r r' fiS$—"" |'f, flSrank Boy, Jsfcas /His Focrt Sad Jy .Crushed Be tweet the.Coupl ings. t, G*4tia, j,, tlfrank fiiht wni of M'W. 1 tl»e thirteen y»ar ,W5«. Green, w*l»o IIIV^HIII the «wMitheaMt part of tlie ci ty. met w4*Ja rfi vecy painful #w»«1 teeilous acciitetat iiiewr rtlie depot att-u .Ifttle after 1 »Vik?'k Wednesday. He was went Uy ttes mother fc« )iiitfet»hl8 sis(-e«\ who ^v'as expect**!, r^nn'ttetv train lrt*nt Royadton. ant1: as Mtheitt'Hin- was eear at tkunu &e wa« »»ittfieujs to get theicls«)t hefdre it :»itrtvvd. He«M *'itii his brother -wand ithey were s»»e.ea#t side of th« it rack, eu nd in order to ^et to thej idwpotfWiey t'linttood 'between two oox mm«h to 'Which the«wltch -engine, was owupled. Hie nrotker went tteraiush,first, hut Ftftuvk.'ln stepping Viet ween he ears, jkvMt'bisiSoot ou the link, mid thi' wiijalii«5«-^ame ...

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. — 19 June 1896

-n 13 *4 ®A 1 miWjni' II ii IirBW"**• rir-r****" Pi Convention Republican cides Against Reopening .Contest Cases. $S Hot Fight Made by the Oppo sition, but They Lacked /the Votes. •Delaware Contest Settled the Seating of the Hig gins Faction. by 'ST. LOUIS, June 18.—The Republican naLional convention has cleared the de 'k for action. Two sessions were held, one of an hour in the morning and one of three hours in the afternoon. The permanent organization was ef­ fected and the permanent chairman, Senator John M. Thurston of Nebraska, assumed the duties of presiding officer at the morning session, and the reports of the committees on credentials and Mncli KnthiTHiMm Prevailed. rules were received and adopted at the Morton wants it he can have it," it is {nevertheless apparent that they feel that Mr. Reed would be the candidate if his consent to make the r&oe oould be obtained. j. i: AnnicKS. [Leader of a faction in the Delaware fight.] afternoon session. This battle royal over the...

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. — 26 June 1896

m. *r -T^j W agvy 4$ #*& ss Hmt «$?.5 Ross ft rM- Hi wKt S#i'v Q* 4 v\f 1! A"-' *V VOL. 20. 11 IT IS JUDGE MA.2SHB Judge KeoJ* the pant grand com­ mander of the G. A'. -R.. a good speaker, and being one of the most noted men in the state, and will have la rue anuience t«» listen to oini» .• A letter wum ait.o received from Frahk Nye. the.eloquent county at­ torney of Hennepin county, who had alno been invited.- Mr. Wye was compelled to decline the invitation on account jf other business, and (stated that ourcity was the twenty-, sixth one from which he had received an invitation to, speai on the Fourth., ,.v A Trip "en the Lalfe. From the Walker (Cuss Co.) Pioneer. Last Sunday Messrs. Berkey aftid Chipprfield chartered the steamer. Flora, of ('apt.- Lassard and, ^to­ gether with a few- invited guests, made a tour of the lake. The parly coutfst"d of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Berkey, of Sr. Paul: M'\ and Mr*. B. Chipperfleld, of. (Jan ton. III. A.tt'y C. JS. Chipperfleld. of Itralnerd ...

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. — 26 June 1896

&s 'qH 1 The Duluth Herald believes the f*: ||s people are with Towne. Not on the free silver scheme. till And now Whitney says he will |i? riot be the Democratic candidate p* for president. He guesses right. Mike Doran has left for Europe, ^%ud one Democratic national con­ vention will get along without .him. __ Kanabec county will also have two sets of delegates contesting their rights before the Republican state convention. The boss weather story, comes from Kansas, where it is claimed hail to the depth of four feet de­ layed railroad trains. The interesting news is pub­ lished that the A. P. A. is oppos­ ing P. H. Kelly's aspointment as postmaster of St. Paul. J. R. Bennett, Jr., who has been active in St. Cloud political mat­ ters, has foil owed Towne out of the Republican party on the silver issue. Minneapolis Republicans held a grand ratification meeting Mon­ day evening, at which McKiuley, Hobart, protection and sound money were boomed. Clapp has carried Otter Tail, Rice...

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. — 26 June 1896

WILLIAM I' I IT. The Secretary Again Declares He Is Not a Candidate for President. Decision to Attend the Chicago Convention Clearly Defined in a Statement. Will Lend His Aid to Adoption of a Free Sii ver Platform. Defeat! NEW Tonic, June 22.—William 0. Whitney has made publio at statement in which he defines the political situ­ ation, makes his position clear as re­ gards his decision to remain in this country, instead of going to Europe, and concludes by saying that he is not a presidential possibility that he "would not ran if nominated and would not serve if elected." In his statement he says: "I find it neces- Q£AQ •ary to make a publio statement em-1 bodying my yiews on the situation, to Eastern People Ar» Alarmed. "Our people, on the other hand, en­ tirely disagree with these views, and believe almost universally that it will bring general ruin to the business and prosperity of the country. Under these circumstances, if the results of the Democratic convention should be to es...

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. — 26 June 1896

•i' i! If Wutr'yi 1 If Speaker Reed will probably ac­ cept another term in congress. Large delegations are daily vis ^te|jting McKinley at his home at W) Canton, Ohio. Most of the county conventions will be held this week, although iJ Hennepin county will not hold hers until Tuesday, June 30. dr-,.. ., ly. Morrison county Republicans this time refused to quietly sub­ mit to being sold to the state house ring, and the goods will never be delivered. If the Moriisou county campaign in Clough's interests is a sample of what will be attempted in the state it is indeed time to forever down the political ring in Minnesota that is responsible for it. The Duluth Herald will support Towne as an independent candi­ date for congress in this district. It will also support some other than the national Republican ticket, on account of the gold plank in the platform. F. E. Searle, of Duluth, an­ nounces that he will not be a can­ didate for congress this year in this district. The general impres­ s...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

,eW "J if) 4 -s ^•i./r-.'iv IL"V S J& i- ir hi $'•. •$ if' Ski* ^. N^ Renominated by Acclamation by the Illinois Democratic Convention. Declared He Did Not Want PEORIA, His., June 24.—Altgeld ard free silver carried the day in the Dem­ ocratic state convention. The former was renominated for governor by accla­ mation and the platform was adopted unanimously. The balance of tfca state ticket is as follows: Lieutenant governor, Monroe C. Crawford, Union county secretary of state, Fiixnis E. Downing, Cass county auditor, W. F. Beck, Richland county treasurer, Ed­ ward O. Pace, Washington county at­ torney general, George A. Trude, Chi­ cago. The convention was in session only 1 GOVERNOR ALTuPLD. candidates were nominated by ac'ftluiiift31 ft ion. There was no strife there 310 acrimonious speeches save those (directed against the enemy. Altgeld Forced to Accept. was We l'-wor soundest and knownVr, ma« safest T^ 'f ji" "Tt ^fc f1 "T*" v' It, but the Honor Was Thrust Upon Him. Resolut...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

fr1 sr *V6 pice oek. Boseau St. Louis 8cott 0»"*rburne Wilkin Winona AVright Yellow Medicine Total I 4* 1 f, 4 ,n $ WMs0 V't t.OTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY JHB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! One year 1* month* *ee months ADVKBTISINO TLB FALLS, $1 80 75 ..,„. 40 KATBB LOW MINN REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A Republican State Convention for the 8tate fit Minnesota will be held on Wednesday, the ?/tda»ofJaly,A. D. 1896, Inthe Auditorium in the ott'f Of St. Paul, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of placing in nomination fo? the Cftndidat6B followiag liamrd othces: Governor. Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Treas­ urer and Attorney-General and for the trans­ action of such other business as may properly rome before tne convention. All voters who are jn sympathy with the principles advocated by the Republican party and who desire Us success, regardless of their past affiliations, are invited to participate In the selection of delegates to this convention. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

mmmm ni .. v. There is some objection In Little Falls to having 4th of July on Sat urdaVi and another meeting of the committee may be called. John Schmalke, the Buckman merchant, waa in the city Wednesday. He srtys the outlook Is bright for a good crop in his locality this fall. J» JOB PRINTING TIE TRAHSliHIPT JOB 0FF1C1 IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. C. A. Towiie will deliver the ora­ tion at St. Cloud on July 4. •._ The Northern Pacific pay car went over this division Saturday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ilatten Monday morning. Mathiab Shackman is again em­ ployed in P. J. Gross' general store. The city is likely to have some more water, power improvements most any day. 'Trv a ran of Hopkins' Steamed Hominy (Hulled Corn),. It is de­ licious. Full qt., 10c. Tuesday's storm did considerable damage in St. Cloud, the rainfall being yery heavy. Twenty-nine county conventions were held on Thursday of this, week in Minnesota. At. the St. Clo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

f}Kr' *«,v j"1, r^v^vr^ {'I "G^- FELR 8 rww a Republican National Conven •i tlon at St. Louis Select Standard Bearers. Contest No' Close, But a Sincie Eallot Belr.g Necessary In Each Instance. Mamirg of McKinley Followed by a Scene cf the.Wild est Enthusiasm. Demonstration Lasts Until th© Shou ing Thousands Co ccme Exhausted. Bolt of the Silver Men the Dramatic Incident of a Notable Day. ST. LOUIS, June 19.—The Republican national convention have nailed their principles to the masthead and placed In command of the ship which is to bear them on to J'ortune For President. 6 rA. .e PO Aj !c"ii«af in Ctililorn'ii....... irt Ceiuivi do fc Coui.ecticut ±2 £i:la\.-a:e Florkb. a Georgia £. Id-,ho Illinois 48 Indiana........ !?0 Iowa.... 50 Kansas 10 Kentucky iuS Louisiana 1(1 Kaine. 12 Maryland 10 Massachusetts.. 80 Michigan 28 Minnesota.. ... 18 •s Mississippi 18 Missouri 84 Montana 6 Nebraska 10 Nevada. 6 New H'inpsh're 8 New Jersey.... 20 'New York...... 72 North Carolina 23 North Dakota...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

fl ft :L- Ife# IPES&: !, iW F.l that you have read that Santa Claus Soap is oiie of the greatest labor saving inven­ tions of the time. Tell her that it will save her strength, save her time, save her clothes. The merits of 1 MANUFACTURER OP WAGONS AND BUGGIES SLEWS AND GUTTERS. BLACKSMITH I wQ In'all its Branches Neatly, Sub­ stantially and Promptly Done. Wagon and Carriage Painting a Speciatly. Th* Wisconsin Central Lines Run Two fast trains daily between St, Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago, Mil­ 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 ummm AGENTS ssi® Wtf Tell Your Wife SANTA CLAUS SOAP] appeal at once to every thoughtful woman. It's the best, purest, and most ec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 26 June 1896

•"J if ',S & W ix. "Judgment! I The umpire now "BATTLE AX" is not only decidedly bigger in size than any r. other 5 cent piece of tobacco, but tne quality is the finest he ever saw, and the flavor delicious* You will never know just how good it is until you try ik VISTA OF FASHION. SUMMER BONNETS AND GOWNS. Medium Slued Hats With Harmonious Col­ oring Preferred by Women of Taste—No­ ticeable Change In Outline* of Sleeve. Trimmed Skirts—Fancy Blouses. A feature of the newest millinery is an increasing harmony of colors. Flow­ er hats are still the rage, and as the sea­ son advances the artificial ones simu­ late nature's blossoms by being season­ able as well as clever copies. Aigrets are largo and come in all colors. Fan shaped ends of lace are arranged to give the effect of height. All hats are tilted well over the eyes, and oven bonnets are worn well forward. This requires a careful arrangement of the hair at the baok. Jeweled quills are very effective, and paradiso plumes are...

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. — 26 June 1896

1 I's! .)4,, r«-:.. fy*. A 14 .-, '..ss THE GAS CASE AGAIN. Judge Searie Deoldea the Bonus Stock Is Ll&fole '4." In Full., The Total Liable Stock Reaches $27,000—Claims About $6,000. Jud|g$ dearie has mineral a de­ cision in the case of Rogers vs. the People's' Gas company and the Various stockholders, consisting of many of our prominent citizens, and the decision Is in favor of Rogers to fan amount of $2,892.47. The next iatfgest claim is that of Yai. Wetfcel tor $20R3. There are "other claims which will bring the amount up to about $6,000. The findings of udge "Searle cover sixteen pages of Closely tvpe written matter, and no les* than nine attorneys appear in the case. The judge holds that the various styckholders are liable for any claims against the convpanv to the extent of $27,000. The heaviest stockholder is P. H. Gross, who has $10,000, next is C. J. Haines, with $7,000. It will be remembered that the stockholders were to receive "bonus" stock to the amount of four time...

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. — 26 June 1896

l\ FI Indiana Damocrats Instruct Delegates to Stick to Them to the End. Gold Men Vigorously Protest, Lut Siiverites Captured Everything. Delegates to Chicago for Mat­ thews First, Last and All the Time. INDIANAPOLIS, June 25.—The Demo­ cratic 6tate convention was the largest ever held in the state. The party pri­ maries and the convention preliminaries had boen prolific of contests and conten­ tions. The silver sentiment had de­ veloped rapidly and the advocates of free co-nage hid with comparative ease captured a controling interest in the convention. But the gold standard Democracy, in a minority and caught napping, wakened, to a vigorous resist­ ance. Of the 1,747 delegate* the feilv«r fit nOVKKNOR MATTHKW8. men, at first complacent in a two-thirds majority, found the minority so vigor­ ous thi tliev determined to use their power mercilessly and the only advan t.'1 re chimed by the folrl men at the opening of the convention was due to circumstances which the silvermen overlooked ...

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. — 3 July 1896

r™ VOL. 20. ALL ARRANGEMENTSMADE The Committee has Completed Its Plans for the Fourth of July Celebration. The committee in charge of the iirrangements for the Fourth of July celebration iiiet Wednesday at the city hall and arranged allthedetails. The program as "greed upon is final, for the committee will not have time to meet again before the Fourth, and will besnbstantially .as follows: The national salute of forty-five £'uiih at sunrise. At 9:30 in the morning the Little falls Coruet hnnd, which was en­ gaged last night. will escort the the Select Knights from their hall on the West side to the city hall, from which place the parade will start at After leaving the city hall the .parade will mu'Cli up First street to Second avenue northeast: thence •east on Second avenue northeast to Third street, south on Third street to Broadway, west on Broadway to lie grand stand in the square of First street and Broadway, where the speaking exercises will he held. The procession will he head...

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. — 3 July 1896

^0^- w-y.fc-' L-. fr'V:: I $ Wr'-: The World's W. C. T. U. will meet next year in Montreal, says Mi«s Frances Willard. The fiscal year closed Tucsdaj* and the estimated deficit in the National treasury is $25,000,000 The leaders of the Democratic silver forces are gathering in Chi­ cago, and daily meetings will be held under the auspices of the bi­ metallic Democratic committee. Fargo will celebrate the twenty fifth anniversary of its settlement on July 4, and thopreperations for the occasion are very elaborate. Thousands of visitors are expected, and it will be a great day. A confederate fete opend Tues­ day at Richmond, Va., and will continue several days. One feature of the aftair will be the lay­ ing of the corner stoneof a $200,000 monument to Jefferson Duvifc. It looks as if the majority in the national Democratic convention will abrogate the twoiJthirds rule, which has long governed Demo­ cratic national conventions and so nominate whom tliey choose, if they find themselves s...

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. — 3 July 1896

A Hundred Miners Entombed by a Colliery Disaster at Pittston, Pa. Three of the Men Alive But the Others Are Believed to f' Have Perished. Work of Rescue Promptly Be­ gun But So Far With out Result. Victims Were Propping Upth^ Roof When the Cavein Occurred. WILKESBAKRE. Pa., June 29.—While 100 miners were at work in the Bed Ash vein of the Twin shaft at Pittston the roof caved in and it is believed all of the men perished. About 40 of the imprisoned men were English, the oth­ ers were foreigners. The men were at work propping np the roof when the fall occurred. The alarm was imme­ diately given by the ringing of the fire bells and rescuers were put to work without delay. Twelve hours later the first bodies were found in the slope some distance from the plane where the men had been working. More than two-thirds of the victims were married men and leave families. Among them were Acting Mayor 'Langan, who was inside superintendent of the mine, and J. H. Linott, award councilman. Mine Wa...

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. — 3 July 1896

||P t^A"1 -l ff ft I'"" III p* 4 1# 4 1 1 ft- Corbett and Shaikey have signed articles to fight within six months. Now for a wrangle about the place. The Populists of this district, in convention at Duluth, declare for Ignatius for president. The Chicago story that Villard would again get control of the Northern Pacific ^s promptly de nied. Now Corbett and Sharkey (the sailor) are to make a match for $10,000. It was wealth for Cor­ bett to find a man nearly his match. The tramps who murdered the sheriff of McLeod county were captured within twenty-four hours. Hundreds of citizens engaged in the man-hunt. The new real estate assessment of Ramsey county will show a de­ crease of $30,000,000 in valuation. The people of St. Paul believe they have been paving too large a share of state taxes. Lieut. Gov. Day, of this state, announces his withdrawal from the Kepublican party. He believes in the free coinage of silver, and cannot stay with the party that favors a gold standard. Minneapolis...

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. — 3 July 1896

$ 1 )l C', *u TP4 V,3 -4 A 3 -I Poll of the Democratic Dele­ gates Shows a Peculiar State of Affairs. Many Candidates in the Field and the Votes Are Liber ally Divided. Bland of Missouri Slightly In the Lead With Boies a Good Second. CHICAGO, July 1.—A spccial dispatch from New York to The Times-Herald indicates that the Democratic race for the presidential nomination will be a great free-for-all. The dispatch gives the following totals on the leading pres dential candidates: Richard P. Bland 156 Horace Boies 186 Robert E. Pattison 66 William C.Whitney 5? Claude Matthews 39 Joseph C. S. Blackburn 83 Adlai E. Stevenson 30 William E. Russell....'. 24 Henry M. Teller 12 David Turpie Doubtful #568 Total 630 Necessary to choice (two-thirds rule).. .620 Necessary to choice (majority rule) 466 Horace Boies, who is seeking the nom­ ination and whose agents have visited many states, is 484 votes short of the necessary number. I "Silver Dick" Bland, who has been advocating free silver ever si...

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. — 3 July 1896

TITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVESY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION! One year 60 fx monthB ?5 *ee months 40 ADVERTISING KATES LOW. TLE PALLS, MINN The Populist leaders announce that they will not support bolting Republicans and Democrats unless they come over on to the Populist platform. Two St. Paul boys, George Langford and Hubert Simpson, are members of the Yale crew in England,-in training for the races at Henley, on the Thames. Tavvney, of the First, McCleary of the Second and Heatwole, of Third congressional districts, were all re-nominated at the Republican conventions held 111 their respec­ tive districts Tuesday. The Labor Coniinissinpr of Maine has figured out that the cost of living in that state averages for each individual in the average family thirty-one cents a day cover­ ing rent, food, fuel, and light. THE STATE CONVEJiTlOX. The news columns today report the proceedings of the Republican state convention, and the nomi­ nations are those that had ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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