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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 July 1896

-.• M1 \, I 1 •#i *to :l W v/. 8£E? tive Page wmm JOB PRINTING THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFICI IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPI1. Allen S. Naile, of Motley, has been grunted a pension. Tlie blueberry crop is reported as unusually good in the northern part of thecotinty. The Stearns county training school for teachers will be held at Sauk Centre from July IB to Aug. 8. A marriage license was issued Mon­ day by Clerk of Court Signor to John Wert a and Miss Emilia Blankeiihein.. Mrs. C. 13. Uucknian entertained about forty ladies at a progressive euchre party Wednesday afternoon. P. J. Seberger, of St. Cloud, was elected as one of the delegates at larg'e to the Populist national con­ vention. Saturday being the Fourth, the city library will nyt be open that day, but will be open noon instead. this after- Taken in time Hood's Sarsaparilla prevents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy condition. The general delivery of the p...

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. — 3 July 1896

8 HAS MANY ENEMIES. CANADIAN TORIES OBJECT TO HON­ ORING PROFESSOR GOLDWIN SMITH. The Action of Toronto University In Con­ ferring the Degree of IIi D. Aroused a Storm of Criticism, and the Professor Declined Uie Honor—His Career. 13wjm.se the University of Toronto con­ ferred the honorary degree of LL. I), on Professor Goldwin Smith, Mr. W. G. Fal conbridgo of the Ontario high court of justice announces thut lie has resigned his seat in the senate or governing board of that institution. Justice Falconbriclgo says thut he concluded that the university senate was not the place for men loyal' to tho British flag, and ho ventures to predict that t\ic result of conferring this honor on Professor Smith will ho that "thousands of British Canudian fathers will ask them­ selves whether your institution Is an on- 1'kok: ssok goldwin smith. tlrely safe one to be intrusted with the molding for lifeof the character of youth." Justice Falcon bridge was seconded by Colonel George T. Denism, a pol...

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. — 3 July 1896

mm Moral Lauerman Bros, MANUFACTURERS OF Inll its "Branches Neatly, Sub­ stantially and Promptly Done.' Wagon and Carriage PaioUng a Speciatly. Th Wisconsin Central Lines Run Two fast trains dully between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Cliiuago, 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. PONS, Gen. Pass. Agt., Milwaukee, "Wis. 8-94 AGENTS FOIL- Picked Up In Church ^2 ies "Wagon and Carriage Painting, Horse-Shoeing, Plow "Work a Specialty. ALL WORK "WARRANTED. Maple St., between 1st and 2nd UTTLE FALLS MINN. J.J. RASSIER, MANUFACTURER OF WAGONS AND BUGGIES SLEIHS AND CUTTERS. BLACKSMITHING s# 1 llWIfflllllll! I WllfflU llmimfflmnmiini! IllM -DEALERS IX— M^Heavy Hardware. Stoves, Tin Ware, Sash, Doors, Mould­ ing, B...

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. — 3 July 1896

V, BIG AND GOOD. Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the effort to give big quantity for little money. No doubt about that. But once in a while it isn't. For instance, there's BATTLE AX." The piece is bigger than you ever saw before for 5 cents. And the quality is, as many a man has said, mighty good." Ting-a-iing! Ting-a-Iing-Iing-ling! Clear the road, gocdx»uopJol I'm a-oom hit I By Gcorgn, thero'8 t!:at constable with a tin star who warned me last week to keep off tho sidewalks hero! Well, he'll liavuo nice tlmo catching mo unless some kid gets in my way ami throws me. IIu's got that crook Ju i:aii cane too. Now that isn't right. C.ook handles ought to be absolutely barred in every civilized country where the bloyolo is in use. They are dangerous. I cuu take chances, with a man with a club, but if any one gets a hook on the wheel it's dead suro thing that I'll land ou my neck over in the noxt county. It ought to ho a penitentiary of­ fense *o carry such a thing. It's ten times wor...

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. — 3 July 1896

**wtw rL"ing-a-ling! BIG AND GOOD. Sometimes quality is sacrificed in the effort to give big quantity for little money. No doubt about that. But once in a while it isn't* For instance, there's44 BATTLE AX." The piece is bigger than you ever saw before (or 5 cents. And the quality is, as many a man has said, nrighty good." THE SCORCHER SCORCHES. Be Thinks T1IOUE?:J Trees NIL Mind Come* to Grief at Lwit, people gjt in your Tnere's no guess work in this statement It is just a plain fact. You can prove it by investing 5 cents BATTLE AX/ in xai—^McaKKsaac ind 2gl Tinfr-n-Unrrl Tirqa-li Stand aside, theru! I ijuvur baw any tiling liku the inconsld eratouDf-a ox tlscjio paupic. Tho roads run ulr ?hrn:q!i their villnp-os uro so uneven that there is no comfort I riding on them, p,f and v. hen yet to ujo siuowalks the way. Now hero's a •i n!„o slrr^'i of ccnsont wo Ik, as straight r"i«m1 Kt H)oth as cindur puth, running fr ni oce end of the vlliispe to the other, and yec t.Jiera nre men and w...

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. — 3 July 1896

ATTEMPTED MURDER. A Midnight Robber Attempts the Life of Otto Roble, at Piatt© River. Henry Green, who has been at work watching the Muney da«« on Platte river, was in the city Friday evening and told a story of mo at­ tempt at murder which oecurwd at hiw camp Suodn.v June 21. The Attempt was evidently made tor the purpose of rootierv, and the intended victim, Otto Kohle, of tMa city, escaped death by a very narrow margin. Young Ro**le WHS working with Mr. Green, ami as the latter was at his home in this city on that night lioble was alone. Roble and Green occupied as sleeping apartments an old camp- n«d owing to the great heat, a board was torn off the buihF ing near where their bed WHS located for the purpose-of ventilation. At some hour in the night Kohle was awakened by what lie thought was fcumc one poking him for the purpose of awakening him. He asked what was wanted, and the man told him to get up, quick, and help him 1 aise tlie gates of the dam. Roble hurridly dressed himse...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 July 1896

ATTEMPTED MURDER. A tf Midnight Robber Attempts the Life of Otto Roble, at Platte River. Henry Green, who lias been at work watching the Muncy (lam on Platte river, was in the city Friday evening and told a story of at­ tempt at murder which occurred at hit* camp Sunday June 2L The Attempt was evidently made lor the purpose of rottberv, and the Intended victim, Otto Roble. of this city, escaped death by a very narrow margin. Young Roble was working with Mr. Green, and as the latter was at his home in this city on that night Roble was alone. Roble aud Green occupied an sleeping apartments an old camp, and owing to the great heat, a board was torn off the buil£ ing near where their bed was located for the purposeOf ventilation. At some hour in the night Robin was awakened by what he thought was feome one poking him for the purpose of awakening him. He asked what was wanted, and the man told him to get up, quick, and help him aise the gates of the dam. Roble htirridly dressed himself a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 3 July 1896

*r|1 18? 1V V^... I ia Renominated for Governor by the Republican State Convention. Gibbs Gets Second Piace and Berg and Koerner Are Renamed. Two Ballots Necessary to lect Chi Ids to Succced Himself. THE TICKET NAMED. Governor David M. dough Hennepla County. Lieutenant Governor John I» OIW» Freeborn County. Secretary of State Albert Iters Chisago County. Treasurer August 1. Koerner Meeker County. Attorney General H. W. Child* Haul gey County. ST. PAUL, July 2.—The Republican state convention adjourned at 7:80 but night, having completed the work of selecting a state ticket. The only con­ test was on attorney general, two bal­ lots being necessary for the nomination of Mr. Childs. For governor three can­ didates were placod in nomination. Clough received 874 votes on the first tiallot and the nomination was mode V\\ M. CI-OtTGIL unanimous. For linn tenant governor, John L. Gibbs won on the first ballot, while Secretary of State Eerg and Treasurer Koerner were named by acclamation. Hc...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 July 1896

flaJm. PF *. W Aj LjSl Jflfl 1 ft 4 Si S 1 V/'-VVS •-•nj i?r^» ii .': \V ,. JlV'j (•&•' &>' ... VOL. 20. THE LIGHT QUESTION. History of the Controversy Over the Street Lighting Business. A General Demand for Some Settlement of the Problem Soon. For over a month the city an been without streetlights, but fortunately it bus bee'n during the time ot the naturally lightest. evenings of the year. Whatever the merits of the case ai*o on either side, there .is no .question but the overwhelming majority of the people desire an ad­ justment of the matter that will result in again lighting tlie streets of the city. A brief statement of th.' proceed­ ings .if the council and Co up to this time is not now out. of place. On February 51,1Si)ti,_the council passed a resolution annulling the arc light contracts under which the Klectnc & Water company was supplying twenty-fix arc lights at $208 per month. The resolution did not go into effect until some time in Mate'", so the first bi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 July 1896

1 l* M|f 3 Dau Lawler succeeds MikeDoian as member of the Democratic xiationajl committee from Minne rr~K 'A ^""AncTnow P. B. Winston, of Minneapolis, is mentioned as .the proper man for the Minnesota Democrats to nominate for gov­ ernor. He is a free silverite. The St. Paul Dispatch claims that Ooy. dough wants Alvah Eastman, of St. Cloud, for chair­ man of the Republican state com­ mittee, while the other nominees want Tarns Bixby retained. Four fears ago the Democrats fooled the voters with their prom­ ises of beuefits Of free trade this year the party will try to use the free silver proposition to get pub­ lic support. F.ee trade is bad free silver would be much worse. Wm. P. Reiner, of St. Cloud, one of the delegates to the Dem­ ocratic national convention from this district, voted with the 'free silverites. Many claim that German Democrats are opposed to «frce silver, but it is not probable that Remt-r took a course that is unsatisfactory to his constituents. The records of th...

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. — 10 July 1896

I SJ- fr r» I want yon. In the springtime sweet and ten der, To be with me when earth is thrilled and stirred With all tho gathering mystery of life, To watch with mo the birth of bud and bird. I want yon, in the fall and radiant summer, To share with me its opuleuco, mine own Jn arose kingdom there to crown you quoou, And kneel be"ore you on your Cower throne. I want you, in the sad and splendid autumn, To reap wi*h me its harvests—gold and red To watch it light its forest fires, and mourn Together o'er things beautiful, but dead. I want yon most of all in winter dreary. That we together may take warmth and light, Holding aloft love's quenchless torch until Its flame illumines all the gloom and night. want you—oh 1 I want you, now and ever! Had I a million tongues, they could but cry, "I want you!" All the hanger of my life Speaks in these words. Am I to live or die) —M. H. Browne in Chambers' Journal. REVEILLE ON SHIPBOARD. *he Basic Calls All Hands to Lash Up the Hammocks. Let us...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 July 1896

S-: John Lind declares he is a candi­ date for no office this year. It seems doubtful if the Pop­ ulists will endorse either Bland or Boies for president. They gen­ erally express a preference for Teller. The crowd at the Chicago con­ vention is the largest that ever attended a national convention An interesting time is certain for the spectators. The free silver Republicans would not stand a gold platform at St. Louis, and it will be' interest­ ing to note what the gold Demo­ crats will do with the free silver platform at Chicago. The question is not the use of silyer as money, but whether this nation shall coin all the silver offered at a ratio that will drive gold out of circulation, and re­ duce the value of the currency. Four years ago the Democratic party induced the people to vote for free trade and good times this year they will ask votes for free silver and good times. Free trade produced trouble enough, but the addition of free silver will make matters much worse. In the m...

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. — 10 July 1896

I r?sr- **V IPiis M} ^t%f *,'* 1' S •«k" Silver Assumed Control of the Chicago Convention Right v. ,' From the Start. Turning Down of Senator Hill for Temporary Chairman the First Result. Gold Forces Made a Fight and Pleaded Mercy in Vain. Strong for Presence of Populists and Bolt­ ing Republicans One of the Features. CHICAGO, July 8.—Silver has assumed control of the Democratic convention tts had been predicted. After a brief bat decisive battle they vindicated their supremacy by turning down the tem­ porary chairman appointed by the na­ tional committee and elected one.of their own. Senator David B. Hill, a I STEPHEN M. TVHITO, Permanent Chairman of the Democratic Convention. warn nominated Mr. Hill for the presi­ dency, who was selected to give the fatal blow to the man whom he would have exalted to the First Place In the •Republic. Tne decorations are simple, but effect i- ive. Large crayon portraits of the pat­ ron Baints of the party, Jefferson, Jack­ son and others, looked do...

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. — 10 July 1896

6 f.tTTLE FALLS !*, BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVEBTf J-'BIDVY. SUBSCRIPTION*, vl On* year Ix months.. .............. "w months..... ........ During Tilman's tirade in the national convention there were cries for "llerr Most." That an­ archist is worthy of a prominent place in sncli a national conven­ tion. The Populists who were in favor of makiiu dollars out of valueless paper now want to make dollars out of half value silver. That is certainly progress, and" some day they mav favor dollars that are worth a dollar. K5 Wednesday Altgeld was the frir prominent man before the Demo­ ns' cratic national convention, and Thursday Tillman took the lead. When such representatives of American citizenship control a f' party, that party cannot expect either the confidence or respect of the American people. The people were deceived by Democratic free trade in 189?, and shou Id be a little suspicious of Democratic free silver in 1896. The Republican plan of protection Sjjf and sound m...

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. — 10 July 1896

I it 4 -V JOB PRINTING THE TBMSU&IFT JDB OFF© |p?is NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP ANI RAPID. A Free Methodist camp meeting is now in session at Burtruni. S Our merchants generally report a A gooa trade up to the Fourth of July holiday. Another of the boom company's drives started down rlyer from t*iis place Monday. A marriage license was issued Thursday- to Christ Lawrence and Miss Alanda Johnson. The Western Union'bulletin of the Democratic pow-wow in Chicago attracts much attention. The country was lucky on the Fourth of July, and tires were scarce in the large cities. Anew sidewalk is being built in front of the residence of L. O. Wessel on Third street southeast. Congressman Towne is in Chicago advising the Democrats to nominate Senator Teller for president. Rev. Geo. Sattcrlee, of Royalton, will preach in the M. E. church ,next Sunday morning and evening. The board of county commission­ ers will meet hi legular session at the court house next Monday....

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 10 July 1896

mm •M YQUTHS' DEPARTMENT, wikt the Buffle Tella on Board of a War- ^raMTOlUonOtoMPjl^ .aess-The fattest Boy. fv J,.. Many of you know what an important part the buglejplaya in military opera­ tions on shore—rhow it assembles vast bodies of meu, deploys them for battle, regulates their fire and sounds tho charge, which even dumb animals un­ derstand and obey, in a desperate rush for victory. Tho voice of the commander gives the order. But since his voice can reach only those near him the bugle takes it up and carries it in pierciiig notes to the most distant ear.. in the hitherto silent ship merry bugle notes known to almost all of us. To them have been fitted the words: I can't get 'em up I cau't net 'em up: g^b.v I can't get 'em up in the morning. 1 can't get'em up: I can't got'cm up v-."" I can't got 'em up at all. P'i The captain'» worse than the sergeant The sergeant's worse than tho cnrp'rul The corp'ral's worse than the private, v» But the major's the worst of all. I nan't get...

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. — 10 July 1896

£:••••'.'!• $•-. is' I 1*4* fits •"11 fiSiil ,• "P, 137c« .• -|f*v All Lauerman Bros, Wagon and Carriage Painting:, Horse-Shoeing-, 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 GUTTERS, BLACKSMITHING In'all its Branches Neatly, Sub­ stantially and Promptly Done. Wagon and Carriage Painting a Speciatiy. The. Wisconsin Central l*lnes Run Two fast trains daily between St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago, Mil­ waukee and all points in Wisconsin, making connection in Chicego witb 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 JAB. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. 8-94 AGENTS raEU- Ft v§ Bub a 0ub aub. Three maids atthbt0]& using Santa Glaus Soar Millions dothesame. Sold everywhere. ...

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. — 10 July 1896

J#]?'Pt llL stsf?5.. v-'T i, ,1 10 cr:,: V2 I STOP! Edward Ilr.rue imd George I'enuado, convicts at lfeirrm City, Mo., drunk wood alcohol and died. The proposed tax iu Germany on oleomargarine is said to Lo aimed turectiy at this country. The Wisconsin university crew de­ feat ed.t he Miiiuesotu iMwfc cuib by 13 ieet in tho race at Lake Minnetonka. Henry M. Stanley, the explorer, who 3has been s'-nousiv ill for some time past, has experienced an alarming re­ lapse. The London Chroniclo rays McKinley is the most striking personality who lu.:s arisen on tho Republican side since Air. Blaine. Anthony Yoor^, a resident of St. Paul since 1849, is cliucl. lie was 80 years of age and established the iirst brewery in Minnesota. An uyknown monomaniac has been terrorizing the lalor quarters of Berlin iby stabbing cliildien in tho back with a ••dagger. He always manages to escape. Charles H- ward Johnson, whoso work' in Liie ai Truth made him famous, is dead. He had been ill only a few days, a...

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. — 10 July 1896

,ri- pte4^.- &m riS- E* -IvC-NH^ Jv «i't v**. |m S?v:- •Ai & fcts«sf |fe- i.-. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. The E. & W. Controversy Again Discussed—Petitions-for Va­ cating Streets Presented. „The city council met in regular monthly session at tiiecily hall Mon­ day evening. There were present Al­ dermen Frampton, Mathieson, Schmitt, Martin and Moeglein Presi­ dent Moeglein presiding. Absent, Aldermen Mecusker and Carlson. A communication from the Elec-j trie & Water company was read.: The communication was signed by President John A. Berkey, and was to the effect that the council could continue using water for street sprinklii.g and sewer flushing until after the meeting of inly G, and if no agreement was reached between the council and company there would be no charge made for such service during the six days of July. After the communication was read, C. B. Buckman, who was present, addiessed the council on the ques­ tion of settling the differences be­ tween the council a...

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. — 10 July 1896

gfcl" W IdL* vZSigtuH) & -f.ll&e.,£L..J'lr'%fl&>,.liiXi. V\ 'T* {'^"A 1'' 155 i*- $• Text of the Report Agreed to by the Committee on Resolutions. Cold Men Opposed Its Adop­ tion but Were Outvoted Two to One. Declares for Free Silver, Tar­ iff for Revenue and an Income Tax. Opposes Issue of Bonds, Fed­ eral Interference and a Third Term. CHICAGO, July 9.—The day's session of the resolutions committee continued for live and a half hours and was de­ voted by the majority to the careful scrutiny of the platform as prepared and reported by the sub-committee. It was fir.~t read as a whole, many of the sections receiving applause. The docu­ ment was then taken up section by sec­ tion, and the suctions acted upon. There wero very few changes made by the full committee, though many wero offered. Probably the most important chaugo was that suggested by Mr. Jones of New Mexico, declaring in explicit terms for the admission of New Mexico and Arizona as states. Several of the sec...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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