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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 24 July 1896

Irlte For Prices Etc., AGENTS FOR Double Foundry and Machine Shop. Manufacturers and Dealers in Engines, Boilers, Steam Pipe and Fittings, HOUSE COLUMNS, IRON AND STEEL BEAMS, TRUSS ROD* AS CHOR IRONS, SASH WEIGHTS, PTC. Special Attention Given to All Kinds of MILL, ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS DEALERS 9 Stoves, Tin Ware, Sash, Doors, Mould­ ing, Building Paper, Paints, Oils, and famish. NOTICE TO INVESTOKS At a meeting of the board ot directors of the Little Falls Improvement company, held at Louisville, Ky., May 25, it was decided to reduce the price of the company's prop­ erty in MISSISSIPPI ADDITION by one-half. Business lots on Brodway, the price of which until now has been $2,000 per lot, will accordingly be sold for $1,000. Residence lots on First street for from $300 to $400, and lots in other parts of the addition in' proportion. The usual easy terms of sale are still given. The rate of interest remains the same. But as this large reduction is only temporary ONLY FOR A FEW MON...

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. — 24 July 1896

P,. W CHHM ki WINS. RASICOT WM. Tho Supreme Court Sustains the Verdict for Damage by Logs. Tin- supivinccoiirt on Frulay reh sieivtl (leciHioit Kiistniini'K lie lowcn'itiM't. wln*n» Win, ltasicut, »f «reii f'rairi", Hrcuml i\ verdict of $43!) it jtHinwt heloeul boom company lor tin ill»£'•!* to h)s fat-in and crops ly rvuKon «»f tue liltrii water caused my iiim lou janiH jnst alt»vt*tliiH|»lace. had U'*'t 'lie of •he Umd to Clarke's Loom. company Vefoie the dam was built at Little Falls, and before the laroje wiw mill WHS illt. The holding of the In •reancd number of logs In the higher atajri* of water, caused more dam mre than would Imve been probable gmlrr the conditions when Itasicot gave (he deed, and he maintained *hat such a deed would not warrant the flowaRH of water #ver his land to the extent that had occurred. There are •evei ui other canes against the local fcooih company for damattes, hut lu thene MIH l»ooma»re rights had lieen granted since the dam was ltuill and when i...

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. — 24 July 1896

fc V'i 11 $ Members of the County Board Will Serve Four ."' Years. After the county wasredistrictedln commissioner districts last January there were pome claims that the way the districts were renumbered would result in electing members this fall in districts that already contained members whose terms would not expire for two years more. That is not the case, and (the members whose terms naturally extend beyond this year will represent the new district of which they are residents. .The districts in which members 'live whose term of office began four years ago, will elect commissioners this fall. The district on the west sid« of the river, including all the towns -north of Pike Creek and Culdrum. is the home of Commissioner Jones, and will elect« commissioner thte fall. The district composed of Belle Prairie, Ripley and the Second ward of the city is the home of (Commis­ sioner LaFond, and will Wwt a member this' year. The district composed of Buh, Agram, Little Falls town, the First...

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. — 24 July 1896

12 ARE 1« MWIY Viret Day of the Populist Con ,vontion Transacts Very Little Business. Naming of Committee on Cre­ dentials the Net Result of the Session. Donnelly Replies to Address cf Welcome and Butler Makes a Speech. Proposed Night Session Pre­ vented by Failure of the Lights. ST. LOUTS, July 28.—The net result of the first day's sessions of the Populist convention was the appointment of the coinnrttee on credentials. It was a dis­ appointment to those who anticipated re­ lentless, bitter war from the drop of the gavel. And it was a disappointment to those who imagined that the galleries would swarm with people, drawn thither either by curiosity or sympathy with the deliberations of the conven­ tion. There was no wild cat fighting and the galleries, which will hold 12, 000 people, were practically an empty wast". Not over GCO spectators, at a lib- w-s. \::vr.s.vr-.. 0-3 Ox she ij,st"n v,.i.shvd tuu-sts of tho Populism on cation. era! estimate, wero in tlio LrJconios. Tiio floor, ...

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. — 31 July 1896

I '•. ArjU i/* 20. ,pmmm— on good larms. Office in Lindbergh Block, VOL.<p></p>JlfiilSHrtinFitiloLL ONE NEW NAME PRINCETON, July 38.—The Itepub lican legislative convention for the 46th district met lure today, and made its noiniiiHtioiiH by acclama­ tion. The foliowlnjf are the names of the candidates: A. F. Ferris, of Crow Wing cfiunty J. D. Jones, of Todd county B. F. Hartshorn. «»f Todd county, and H. C. Head, of Mille Lacs county. Messrs Ferris. Jones and Harts­ horn were on the ticket two years ago, and had the unanimous en­ dorsement of their counties for re nomination. H. R. Malltkte, who was on the ticket last time from Mille Lacs county, retires in fav«r favor of H. C. Head, of that county. Free Pills. Rend "your address to E. Buck len & €o., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. F...

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. — 31 July 1896

ts, •v 'u I if 14 if in 1 ffi There is an occasional Easteru Democrat who will support Bryan, and he attracts attention. Sewall, of Maine, can't figure out just what kind of a job the Bryan JPopulists put up on him. The Democrat who wants to .defeat Bryan and free silver should yote the Republican ticket. Ignatius Donnelly says that the Minnesota Populists threw him down at St. Louis in the sight of the whole world. No wonder that he will hie him to a libraiy. St. Paul Dispatch: The proper definition of the word "fusion" in its political sense is the joint effort of two parties to break into the public treasury after each has failed in an individual attempt. Wheu Congressman Towne gets back from his convention tour, .and travels around this district a little, he will not do any more talking about his certainty of election. He should remember that he is fighting the Republican party this trip, and that is the party that has nearly a monopoly of public confidence this year. The Scient...

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. — 31 July 1896

,1* & UP TO DATE STATIONERY. Oval, Diamond and Fanciful Die*—Summer Address Dies Are Stumped In Colors. The craze for circle dies—the Pari­ sian idea of inclosiug tiny mcucgrams and ciphers within plain single and double lines—has extended to ovals, diamonds and fanciful frames of various artistic shapes composed of small beads, dots, wavy and anything' but circular lines. Wreaths, brackets, garters/fancy shields, ovals and circles surmounted "by bowknot? or crests are observed on note sheets in every conceivable' color and bronze tint, some of one plain color, while others are blended in several shades. White paper of the parchment finish is preferred above all other qualities fcr the notes of social correspondence now used by those who aspire to be in the fashionable world. It is indicative of good taste, and affords an excellent, background for the various colors and bronzes in which addi'ess, monogram and arms dies are impressed, and proves to be most effective under the ins...

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. — 31 July 1896

4 Senator C. K. Davis will be the first Republican speaker in the Btate to take the platform under "the direction of the state central committee. He will take an active part in the campaign. It is believed that the Great Northern will at once build a tine of railroad from Fosston east to the Duluth & Winnepcg, and thus have the ^shortest line from the Red river valley to Duluth. C. A. Towne has at least one more date for this fall. He can attend the national convention of the sound money Democrats, and boldly walk out of the hall at 15 minutes before 2 in the afternoon. The Northern Pacific railroad was sold Saturday, to the re-or ganized company. It is expected the details of the transfer will be completed so that the road will be transferred to the new owners by Sept. 1. If the Democratic proposition for 50 cent dollars dofesn't suit you as reducing the value of the cur­ rency, you may be pleased by the Populist plan for government dollars that don't represent any thing but a ...

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. — 31 July 1896

1 JAMESON IS JAILED Leader of the Transvaal Raid­ ers Given Fifteen Months Imprisonment. Other Defendants Also Guilty but Their Sentences Are Less Severe. Charge of Chief Justice Rus sell Strongly Against the I Prisoners. LONDON, July 29.—The jury in the Jameson case returned a verdict that all the defendants had been found guilty of the charge of violating the foreign enlistment act. Dr. Jameson was sentenced to 15 months imprison­ mnent without labor Major Sir John Willoughby was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment Major R. White to seven months and Captain Heniy F. Coventry, Colonel R. Grey and Colonel H. E. White to five months imprisonment. The charge of Lord Russell was decidedly unfavorable to the prisoners. LORD RUSSELL. 1 The attendance at the trial was very large and the greatest interest was manifested in the proceedings. The opening part of Lord Russell's sum­ ming up, however, and his two hours recapitulation of the evidence was tire­ some and even Dr. Jameson and the o...

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. — 31 July 1896

4* I.ITTLE FALLS TRAP BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB .* PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDVY. SUBSCRIPTION One year •vIX month* -ee months IM *1 BO 76 40 ADVERTISING RATK8 LOW. TLB PALLS, •BSgge,— L., ssssssssssss^x MINN WILL REMAIN A REPUBLICAN. Thos. Fitch Delivers a Ringing Ad­ dress and Tells Why He Will Stand By the Grand Old Farty. At the late Republican conven tion of Arizona, held to elect delegates to the St. Louis conven­ tion, Tom Fitch, one of the most noted free silver advocates in the territory, was called upon tospeak and responded in a speech, which for simple eloquence aud beauty of diction, deserves preservation. TTia reasons why he should remain a Republican are unanswerable and should be read by all Republic­ ans. The reading will in no way dwarf their enthusiasm for the grand old party. The full text of Mr. Fitch's speech is as follows: "Gentlemen of the convention I thought that the seclusion that the upper gallery grants, combined with other circumstances, would exempt me from an in...

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. — 31 July 1896

JOB PRINTING THE THABSlifilFT JOB OFFlfo is NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOTTT. Gilbert P. Smith, of Knudall, has beeii allowed pension. A sou WUH burn on Suuduy even­ ing to Mr. and Mrs. Christ Urest. McCleary and Morris in Ltttle Fall* on next Monday evening. This campaign will open early enough, with speeches in Little Falls on both sides nearly four months before election. Mrs. S. Stoll has commenced the erection of an addition to her resi­ dence on Third street and Third ave­ nue southeast. C. L. Atwood. of St. Cloud, sold 190 acres of the B. H. Winslow farm on Maine Prairie to Henry McHenry for $3,775 cash. There is considerable sentiment among Republicans in favor of hold­ ing the county convention the last week in August. The wheat harvest is in progress in the southern part of the state aud the crop is better than was prom­ ised a month ago. Hood's oursaparilla purifies the blood, overcomes that tired feeling, creates an appetite, and gives re­ freshing sleep. Great ...

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. — 31 July 1896

}W lfl| pt^rv,M 1 ^j|^l Wa tmL ifl&j [igpi uWm BB lijp CM§&U EjjjjlplA mm 1 1 I 1 in V" -it |SI' fc\\. S'i^ »SiA {BS(4 •SV 8 €UR NEW YORK LETTER. The May Flint a Great Ship-Parsimony ff& of jFifth Avenue Millionaires. *$*8 A Cooked EST Spins. |j|. [Special Correspondence.] |f It is straugo that iu this pbenomenal p« Jy unpatriotio city anything which would seem to indicate that we are still |a the racejivith other nations in the foreign carrying trade is apt to excite A interest. Thus for the last week or so lundreds of persons have daily visited ft the American full rigged ship May Flint, which is now in port, and all this becr.use this vessel, which was for- merly the British steamship Persian Monarch of fhe Wilson line, is now the largest sailing craft flying the American flag. ®fehe measures 8,840 tons. After having been pulled off the Long Island shore near Eastport, where she was stranded about two years ago, Flint & Co. purchased her, and, having ex­ pended th...

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. — 31 July 1896

mow "V 1 Hi ~-s& ^•l .. •s #.! 1 J* :.3W| fi 1 4 S' AGENTS FOE. vc As One Woman To Another: "Every Monday morning for two years I've used SANTA CLAUS SOAP—always makes the' clothes pare and white without hard rubbing— havi my washing done by nine o'clock. This soap has never harmed the most delicate jcolora in my rammer dresses, so it must ie free from all acids. I do wish you would send down to the Grocer and get a cake to try on your next washing-day. You will find a perfect Laundry Soap. '^L 8old everywhere. Made only by Foundry and Machine Shop. Manufacturers and Dealers In Engines, Boilers, Steam Pipe and Fittings, HOUSE COLUMNS, IRON AND STEEL BEAMS, TRUSS RODS ANCHOR IRONS, SASH WEIGHTS, ETC. Special Attention Given to All Kinds of MILL, ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS Write Fot Prices Etc., STEVENSON BROS. &G0. Stoves, Tin Ware, Sash, Doors, Mould ing, Building Paper, Paints, Oils, and Tarnish. Broadway, West Side, Little Falls, Minn NOTICE TO INVlfSTOUS 4 At a meeting of ...

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. — 31 July 1896

& 1'' 11 1 pjfR'T, ftfr' ,•, The Governor of North Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina "BATTLE AX" is the most tobacco, of the best quality, for the least money. Large quantities reduce the cost of manufacture, the result going to the con­ sumer in less money, BATTLE OF THE Nelson discovered __ Napoleon's fleet at uueiior in Aboukir bay on Aug. 1, 1798. Napoleon had cautioned bis admiral,''tho unfortunate' Brueys, not to remain there, for the po­ sition would give his foo the advantage. The Eritish fleet had sailed all around the Italian peninsula, through the Adri­ atic and in the Qrccian archipelago searching for the naval armament which had been gathered to support the army ill its conquest of Egypt. Meanwhile Napplpou had takon Alexandria and was marching upon Cairo. It was nightfall when the British sighted the French sLips in a strong double line. Nel­ son determined to attack at once and capture or destroy the first. line before at­ tempting to en gage the rea...

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. — 31 July 1896

t'j -_ I COUNTY "STATISTICS.' Figures Taken from Reports of Assessors in the Aud tor's Office. County Auditor Ellenbecker hue completed the tabulation of the agricultural statistics for Morilson county—UH returned by the town assessors. The returns lu this coun­ ty have never been accurate, and in several towns the people protest against furnishing the information, and the assessors pay little or no attention to their work iu this par­ ticular. While the total wheat crop in the county last year must have reached nearly 800,000 bushels, the reports indicate not much over half that amount. We will not publish many of the figures, but we give those for 1895 on wheat acreage and total crop in the different towns. Those towns marked "no report" are those that have never made any reports, HO the auditor has nothing to base a report on. The towns marked "estimated" hqd no reports this year, but have reports of former years, and the auditor makes esti­ mates from them. Following are figures...

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. — 31 July 1896

11 «:i5j sv Europe during the campaign. The friends of Hedges iimrediatoiy placed W' bis name in nomination lor the chair­ manship, the minority presenting John "W. Lowell of Routt county. Mr. jiu Pk" fttiWi' WAV -.v Colorado Republican Commit­ tee Endorsed McKinley by a Vote of 48 to SO. Openly Charged That Mgpney Had Been Used to Bring Afccut the Result. New Chairman Creates a Sen sation by Asking Silver Men to Resign. DENVER, July £0.—By a vote of 48 to 00 the Republican state central coin, mittee adapted the following resolu­ tion Believing that the best Interests of the Ignited States, as well as the state of Colo* rodo, demand the election of William Mo* Klnley as president and Garret A. Hobart as vice president ot the United States, as nominated at the St. Louis convention, therefore be it B-Jif-jResolved, That it is the sense of this meeting fchut tho committee shall take such steps as are necessary to place before the people at the state of Colorado for their suffrage In No...

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. — 31 July 1896

B' v,' 1811 te'/i'v"' 1 '.sSS*# Sfev.: 5J5 Page Morris and W. H. Eustls •, Sound the Tocsin of the Coming Battle. NO REPUDIATION, NO DISHONOR Duluth's Representative Busl ness lll^en Unfurl Their Ban­ ner to the Breeze. A GREAT NATION'S INTEGRITY At Stake and Must Be Maintained Any Cost. ,• Forever at Splendid Presentation of the' Great Issues Now Before the People.. One of the largest political gatherings In the history of Duluth assembled last night to ratify the platform and candi­ dates of the Republican party. Judge Page Morris, Republican candi­ date for congress, sounded the key-note of the campaign and together with ex* Mayor William H. Eustls of Minneapolis discussed the great issues dividing the political parties. Music, fireworks and a magnificent display of oratory combined to make the occasion one of much en­ thusiasm. long before the hour, annunced the crowd began gathering around the speakers' stand which had been erected in the ^acant lot back of the Palladio buildin...

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. — 31 July 1896

it rV 4 paiyn of education. We accept that, too. At the same time that they tell us this to going to be a campaign of education they go around with pa­ lters In their hands to have people sign their names to and pledge themselves to support the free silver party. They bring around these papers for you to sign for thJrreason that they are afraid lr you don't sign you won't stick. Is that what is the matter? I say I will prove to you that of all the sufferers In this land the laboring man will be the worst sufferer. I will prove that If you vote for that, you will not only suffer yourself In your Awages, 9 but you will rob every other la- boring man. Now, gentlemen. In this campaign I have accepted this commission with no desire for place and power. I would glad­ ly, in this campaign, follow and not lead. I would gladly fight, as I have always fought before, and as I have always glor­ ied In fighting before. I would gladly light as a soldier in the ranks. I have nev* er sought politic...

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. — 7 August 1896

it *ff" &y upon 4#~ 'M on good larms. Office la Lindbergh Block, •Pt. IIbi Chas. Andrews rode down from Verndale on his -bike" last week. Rodney Hodge returned with him last Monday. ..- A. G. Lawrance was in Bralnerd on business last week. Mrs. Mary Murphy was down from btapies a few days last week. Misses Bernice Crandall and Maggie Norris" went to Staples Wednesday evening for a short visit. Mr. *and Mrs. D. J. Gillis were in the village this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. San Fraucisco. W. H. Benson and A, L. Cole were in Sylvan lake this week attending to-some town business. Mr. A. H. Turrittin, of Kasota and Miss Faquin, of Minneapolis, have been secured as teachers for the Motley schools this coming year. Rev, Burns, of Verndale, and Rsv. E. H. Nicnolson will exchange pul­ pits next Sunday. A son was b«rn to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lufkin lAst Sunday. Mrs. C. W. Miller and daughter, Bessie, came down from Wadena last Wednesday a lid were met by Mrs. M's mother, Mrs. Hartshorn, ...

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. — 7 August 1896

fUCTS ABOUTSILVER. si McCleary Makes a Plain State­ ly ment About Free Silver in a A A Large Attendance sxf Inter­ ested Voters— RoyaltoiaWelJ ftepresentad. Judge Morris Misses tkfcB Train at Elk River and Was not Present. The first Bound money ineetinjc of the campaign In Little Fails was held Monday evening, «*d was a ^gratifying success. Tiw Attendance was as large as the hall would ac­ commodate, and theaddneeettf Hon. -J. !'. McCleary was a plain and con­ vincing statement of die money question. Mr. McCleary arrived oa U*e«ulh •bound afternoon train, ««d was «hown the points of Interest in the -city. Judge Morris was expected on the 6:10 train from the suutta. Iwt ••about 5 o'clock word was received •that he had failed to make connec­ tions at Elk River. He «:aaie from JDulutn on the Eastern Minnesota, and was a few minutes too late "to catch the Northern Pacific train at Elk River. The .evening train brought about 100 people from Itoy alton. including the excellent band of tha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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