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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 28 August 1896

MB. BRYAN AT ALBANY Democratic Candidate Enter­ tained at the Home of Senator Hill. Said to Be Purely Social, but Politics May Have Bieen Discussed. Addressed Ten Thousand Per­ sons on the Issues of the Campaign. ALBANY, Aug, 26.—The second day of William J. Bryan's trip westward from the seclusion of Red Hook was an eventful one, crowded with a variety of incidents of travel, including a pictur­ esque reception at a summer hotel, a stirring speech to a crowd of working men at the town of Kensington,,arid culminating in a great meeting at Al­ bany, where the candidate spoke to a crowd estimated at from 7,000 to 10,000, packed in the city hall square, under the shadow of the state house. Before the demonstration Mr. and Mrs. Bryan sat down to a dinner with Senator Hill and prominent Albany Democrats at the senator's magnificent liome, Woolferts Roost, whither they were driven directly from the depot. Those who met the Democratic candi­ date and his wife at Mr. Hill's Much Discussed D...

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. — 28 August 1896

fflM: ,Vi il¥-. %w /fa I .v, IITTLE MM BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. FDBL/I6HBD KVKBY FB1D\Y. SUBSCRIPTIONS I Oie year......... fl'W Six month*...!.. M| Three months.. A»vitUTmiHO RATK8 LOW. LITTLE PALLS, MINW Dr.. Ames is an independent candidafceiforgovernor. He should make a fusion *with the tionists. The Pondlists carried -out theji fusion deal with the (Democra the state .ticket and electoral -ticket. A while ago 1 at. RC,-Al. CPowne an­ nounced thttii' 'ih^ *#b'uld be re­ flected thy 13^060 majority. Then later his supporters' claimed a ma­ jority of frora.fi ftOO to77 000. The St. Oloud Times of Wednesday' makes the prediction that Towne will surely win 4yfrom SiOOO to 5,000 majority over .Morris. Soon their claims will aot'be more than from tol6. In aibout -every speech Bryan says he "thinks" that if the United states adqpts ifree silver coinage it will about double the price of .all the silyeriin the world compared with thejprice of gold. The people who own silver either doubt...

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. — 28 August 1896

mm® v.Hc 1% "m A I tive JOB PRINTING THE TBANSlfflPT JOB OITIC, IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. DEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Theodore Richard liit today The Democrats nominated Towne lu St. Cloud j'esterday. Now you will pretty quick see depot on the. West side. It it* certainly cheaper to vacate streets than to liisht tlierfi. A daughter wah born to Mr. Mrs. W. Tourtlllotte-Saturday. Donat Trettle returned Mtinday from a business visit to St. Paul. Rider and Richardson sreiu to be having it pa pretty easy in this cam­ A baby eirl arrived at the residence ofMr..and. ames McCoy Sun­ day morning- Walter Jacksor. hasT»een appointed town clerk of Randall T.- O. Smith having resigned. If the railroad company will build two depots In Little Falls, they can have all the streets. Dr. Kohler, of Minneapolis, will visit Little Falls professionally Saturday August 29. Both political parties will 'have a "good man from the country" on the county ticket this ye,ar. There will not be any ...

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. — 28 August 1896

It (Q »J hi J. 'V I, tW^SpMSPfFW ... jwJWIi I® PWV 8 j, AWTETAM. ONE DAY'S In more respects _. „,T, thim one Sept. 17, AWFUL CARNAGE, jg(i2( ^ands out aa the bloodiest day in the history of war­ fare in America. At three points upon the field of Antietam tho eurnago was indescribably awful. The "Bloody Lane,'' or sunken road, and the corn­ field adjoining it on the Confederate side, as well as the ridge east of it 011 the Federal side, were slaughter pens for both blue and gray. The north corn­ field was, if possible, still more deadly for the contestants. When the battle opened, this last was filled with standing corn and when Hooker set his columns in motion to sweep down the field in a lateral course the Confederates stood in the cover of the tall stalks to receive the attack. Perceiving that in time, Hooker ordered his batteries to pipy on the field, and according to his own state­ ment the canister left nothing behind but a stubble out as close as a sickle would have left it. 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. — 28 August 1896

a I 'Sash, Door* and MosMfag, WOOD AND COAL -fc STMt*TWtM) Is preeminently the best spool cotton for hand sewing or machine sewing. It is the strongest thread made it is free from knots, kinks. flaws, or ravels is id ways uniform in quality, thickness and strength. It never breaks itself or breaks the needle never packers the seams or throws the tension oat of order. It costs no more than poorer kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it. Send Mb and receive S of thread (any color or num­ ber), together with 4 bobbin* for your machine, (pdy wound) and an instructive book on thread and sewing, Free. WnXDIANTIC THREAD CCM HARDWARES TINWARE, White Marble Lime, Cement and BmflingMateriel, Buokeje Pumps, Infant's caps and bonnets of all sizes and styles. STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTIN6. 1 am prepared to do all work Ir my line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. .w Second-band Engines and Boilers always on ba...

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. — 28 August 1896

to WHEN WILL THEY BE HELD1 Are We Going to Have a Deadlock on County Conventions? In ii .-onversation ln*twi-»'ii L. .Vle.vrr, county treasurer, and A. 1'. niani li.Mi-d, cliMivinan of the Ite pithlicmi nullity commit tec, Monday morning. it. developed tuat tli«n ininlic soul.' fi«uriii« mi when tin county COMv't'iitioiiK would be held Mr! Mever naid the Democratic coir vention would not be held until the Republicans had held theirs, and VIr lllunchard said soinf* of the Repub licane wmiied the'iH lasr. As the Democratic leader* are holding fre Muent nn'etinti's, and held oi/e Satur day cvi'iiinK. »ik1 another Sunday afternoon.it in probable that Mr Meyer upoke with authority. The two parties are la different conditions as to the local campaign Meyer is the iviil betid of the Demo­ cratic organization, and the Demo­ cratic county ticket will be made up to help his interests, so he and Ills associates can now t«'ll what the ticket will be—if they want to. It need not surprise anyone ...

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. — 28 August 1896

*jg »v MV* WHEN WILL THEY BE HELD? |l •,• Are We Going to ttave a Deadlock on County Conv©ntion8|. :.. ?-."•' In *i .on vernation between JoH'pli L. le «T, county treasurer, tiiid A. 1\ Rlain-hml, clipl'i-man of the K«' juiblicmi county committer, Moixluy morning. It. developed tnat tltwiT initflic t»«- Hoini- ft^uiing on when the county convention* would be liflil. Mr. Mover H«1«I the Deiiiocrntic con­ vention would not be held until tlie Republicans had held (heirs, and Mr. Blancliurd siilri Home of the Repnb 1 leans warned the'rs last. As the Democratic leaders are holding fre Muent iiK't'tluK" and lield ine Satur­ day eveninK. and another Sunday Hfternoon.il is probable that Mr. Meyer HIMke with aUt horlty. The two parties are In different onditions as to the local campaign. Meyer is the ivnl head of the Demo­ cratic orgHnlzation, and the Demo­ cratic county ticket will be made up to help his interests, so he and his associate* can now tell what the ticket will be—if they want t...

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. — 28 August 1896

A FINE EXHIBIT. We will Have a Good Agricul­ tural and Industrial Exhibit at the State Fair. Notwithstanding that Wednesday and Thursday of this week were the days set for the delivery of the Agricultural productH which will be included in the Morrison county ex­ hibit, at the state fair, there are now many ot the productw here already. If the samples already in are an indication of the general agricultural exhibit, Morrison county will be able to Bhow tbat it is one of the leading agricultural counties of the state in addition to Its many other resources. Of the products now in there are cornstalks fourteen feet high, with lance ears of corn, sugar cane twelve feet high, and samples of wheat and oats that cannot be beaten for this eraaon. There is also an exception­ ally fine exhibit of grasses. Including red top, red clover, Alsike clover, timothy, blue point and broad leaf, ranging from four to eight feet in height. This is expected to be one of the greatest features of the ex­ h...

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. — 28 August 1896

A FINE EXHIBIT. We will Have a Good Agricul­ tural and Industrial Exhibit at the State. Fair. NotwithHtnnding.thnt' Wednesday and Thursday of this week were the days set for the delivery of the agricultural products which will be included In the Morrison county rx •, bibit, at the state fair, there are now man ot the products here already. If the samples already in are an indication of the general agricultural exhibit, Morrison county will be able to show that it Is one of the leadlnjc agricultural counties of the state in addition tolts many other resources. Of the products now in there are cornstalks fourteen feet high, with large ears of corn, sugar cane twelve feet high, and samples of wheat and oats that cannot be beaten for this oration. There Is also an exception­ ally fine exhibit of grasses, lucludlng red top, red clover, Alslke clover, timothy, blue point and broad leaf, ranging from four to eight feet In height. This Is expected to be one of the greatest features of the e...

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. — 28 August 1896

r* R* *, 12 j, Letter of Acceptance of the Re­ publican Candidate For the Presidency. Free Coinage of Silver, He As­ serts, Involves Great Peril to the Country. Our Money Should Not Fluc­ tuate and Be Free From Speculation. Tariff and Other Questions Dis­ cussed From a Republican Standpoint. CANTON, 0., Aug. 27.—Major McKin ley's letter of acceptance was issued timing the day. It is as follows: JHon. John M. Thurston and Others, Mem­ bers of Notification Committee of the ^Republican National Convention: GENTLEMEN—In pursuance of the prom­ ise mode to your committee when notified of my nomination as the Republican can­ didate for president, I beg to submit this formal acceptance of that high honor, and tfco consider in detail questions at issue in *ho pending campaign. Perhaps this anight be considered unnecessary in view of my remarks on that occasion, and those iiave made to delegations that have •visited me since the St. Louis convention, •rat in view of the momentous importance o...

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. — 4 September 1896

ft 1 ik hi i. «. Wk if 4 1 5 on good tarms, Is general and1 well advanced, though the wo* has had serious delay on account of high winds. Considerable corn is ripe and already cut, but the late planted will require from ten days to two weeks to place it beyond danger from frost. Tbe crop is a good one. The folio tvlog yields off wheat have been reported, Jackson, 10 to 15 bushels per acre Houston, 18 Cottonwood, 13 Blue Earth, 10 to 23 Waseca, 15 to 20 Redwood. 10 to 20 Brown, 20 Nicol­ let, 18 Le Sueur, 18 Bice, 11 Good­ hue, 4 to 15 Scrftt, 13 to 17 McLeod, 10 to 22f Lac-qui-Parle, 10 to 15 Chippewa. 9 to 11: Meeker, 15 to 18 Wright, 12 to 30 Henhpln, 18 to 25: Washington, 12, Swift, 10 Big Stone.' 10 Stevens, 5 to 11: Pope, 8 to 16 Ste­ vens. 6 to 8 Douglas, 10 to 15 Todd, 5 to 12 Mllle Lacs, 14 to 27 Otter Tall, 3 to 12 Wadena, 4to9 Norman, 5 to 15, and Polk, 4 to 10. Mill and Light Plant Burned. MILACA, Minn., Sept. 2. The Foley-Bein planing mill burned to the ground yesterday....

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. — 4 September 1896

in ifgU:," mh ft Harrison's speech is one of the •best campaign documents that 5an be circulated. The Brai nerd McKinley and Motris club now has more than 1,000 names on its membership roll. Canton Repository: Free trad« promises of 1892, still unredeemed, •are being renewed this year with •the slight amendment of ''coin .age" for trade. ,Fost?r, the Missouri river •weather man, predicts a storm -wave through the country from September 3 to 9, followed -by a ••cool wave and killing frosts in the great central valley about Septem­ ber^. The Democrats and Populists in iHennepin county coalesced on (County and legislative offices, it being agreed that the Democrats take the majority of the county offices and the Populists the most of the legislative nominations. Another faction from Polk .county has petitioned for the div­ ision of that county into three counties. The first petition was for a division into five counties. The.committee, which conists of Gov. Clough, Secretary of State B...

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. — 4 September 1896

iTARM^WOeN BLANCHING CELERY. BlflMhiiic the Barly Crop With Board*. Handling Winter Celery. Celery blanched by boards can be just as brittle, just as sweet and nutty as celery blanched in any other yray, and, indeed, for the early crop, Which be comes fit for the table in July, August and September, we often have little ^choice, but must look for boards or other ways beside earthing up in order to blanch the stuff. The early crop, when planted in single rows, blanch with BLANCHING WITH BOARDS. "boards. For the home gardener especial­ ly this is by far the simplest and quick­ est way. A few old boards from eight to, ten inches wide and of any length desired can always be found or procured easily, and all that ipnecessary to do in order to get the celery well blanched within from 10 to SO days is to lay a "line of boards on each side of the row and, tak­ ing hold of the ontside edges, raise them tip and lean them against the plants in tent form, with just the top leaves of the celery ...

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. — 4 September 1896

4 s&V- M: DoftneMy'doesn't cut much of a figure in {Populist conventions now. Judge Morris. ihad a wonderfully guccessfuhweek on the iron ranges vl'ast week. iHe had a good meet ing each evening of the week. I Page Morris will come over to the Mississippi valley with a ma­ jority, to :meet the majority that the voters of the valley will give him. M. Doran, the-^ld boss of the Democratic party-of the state, has ieturned from .Europe, where he went just before the convention, but.he refuses to tilk, politics. r* Wells Advocate: iThe man who "wants a jpaper .without much politics in if" ifor the next few months can take ihis choice be­ tween -sand-paper,. wall-paper and ,fly-paper. 'Bryan and vWatson are to be notified of. their nomination by the populists on Sqpt.t€. Judging by Watson's .comments, it appears thatthelbegan todoiibt the rumor .about his selection for a place on the iPop ticket. It is an old law., (proclaimed in ^England bv Grrusham, that the •cheaper dollar drives i...

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. — 4 September 1896

•n •rVVW 1 1 (it LOSSES TO FARMERS WHAT THE FINANCIAL DEPRESSION MEANT TO THEM. -It Cost the Farmers of the drain Growing Btmtea «380,970,044—The' Cuae of this Financial Depres­ sion Was the Silver 16 to 1 De­ lusion—Establish Good Money and Prosperity "Will Return to All Bran'ehes of Industry. The immediate future of this country now rests upon the decision of the ten .grain growing states of the' upper (Mississippi valley, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minne­ sota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis­ souri. Hie center of power now lies in this section. The area of these states Is 605,850 square miles and they now produce over 70 per cent, of the corn, wheat and oats of the nation. In 1862 a large portion of these states was unorganized territory as yet un­ touched by the plough. Only six and a half per cent, 24,000,000 acres, was In •corn, wheat and oats. In 1891 a little over 20 per cent, over 80,000,000 acres, .yielded 58,000,000 tons which at $15.83 per ton farm val...

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. — 4 September 1896

Br IITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLIBHBD KVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION*. One year Sit month* Three months ..... 91 SO 76 40 ADVERTISING RATK8 LOW. LITTLE FALL8, MINN SPECIAL CAMPAIGN OFFER. The Weekly Transcript Until Jan. 1, 1897, for Only 25 Cents. The Weekly Transcript will be milled TO any ad (Irene in Morrison county from this time until Jan. 1, 1897. foi the small sum #f 25 cents. This time will include the active part of the campaign, the election returns and the opening of the cooi^ressloiuil section. Those citizens of the county who are not already subrcrlbers to the Weekly Transcript should take advantage of this low offer and sub­ scribe at once. The friends of the Transcript, who aie now readers of it. are requested to .',all the, attention of their neigh­ bors who are not subscribers to tins offer. Senator Nelson is billed for St. Cloud Sept. 17—for a political speech. The Pops, and Dems. hav« fused on county and city tickets in Min­ neapolis. Vermo...

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. — 4 September 1896

JOB PRINTING THE MSlil JOB QFFlCt IS NOW SUl'l'LIED HEAT, CHEAP ANI RAPID. Th« Weekly Transcript will be sent to any address in Morfisou county .till Jan. 1,1897, for only £5 cents. Our subscribers are asked to call the attention of their neighbors to this fact. Many should subscribe at this time. Thin lathe last week ol the school vacation. ____ mill" clotted down The "little on Saturday. There were some very interesting discussions on the money question at the market place Saturday. lyschonl reward cards, birthday cards aucC Easter carijs also Bu^ line of Oxford Bibles rtct Tuttle's News Stand. W. A. Dawson has iemoved his place of residence from the West side to Seventh street southeaat. It is still illegal to kill doves, but the game warden can't work much more income out of that scheme. Henry Rasicot wishes the report that he is a candidate for sheriff on the Democratic ticket contradicted. Mrs. E. S. Smith is attending the G..A. R. encampment at St. Pdul, and will not return u...

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. — 4 September 1896

:'S l§r': Mi Parade of Grand Army Men the Crowning Feature of the Encampment. Thousands of Veterans in Line Viewed by aji Immense Crowd of People. Moved in Eight Divisions, Be­ ing Arranged in the Or­ der of Seniority. Reunionsand Campfires Occu­ pying Much of the Vet­ erans' Time. ST. PAUL, Sept. a.—In recent years it lias teen thought necessary to shorten the length of the grand parade of the old soldiers, and this year's parade ex­ ceeded two miles by but a trifle, and as it was over smooth streets and easy -walking no ill effects were anticipated from the tramp. Beside the meeting and recounting of old experiences and renewing old acquaintances there is nothing that goos ahead of this event, and to it many of the old vets look for­ ward through the entire year, saving their strength for this return to the days when, as comrades they carried inuskets and touched elbows and found themselves not so stiff after a short march. As the years have passed more Iiave dropped out of line, ...

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. — 4 September 1896

Send low prlceB' for a «et for each of the children. Address WfLLIMANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn. TINWARE, WMte Marble lime, Cement and lottingMaterial, Cj 3 tad Moulding WOOD MS COM. ei vo CREAM BAlLM—Cleanse* the NwnJ Passage.*, Allays l'ain »»d_ the Sores, Restore* Taste and Smell. ATA Gives Relief at one© for C"M in Head. ApqlU mtc he NontriU ——It A hmrbea iirciBM of "v iih)' ELK BB' MH.U NERY. HATS CHEAP FOR CASH AT MRS. HOSCH'S. Pretty new stylish poods received every week. Buy your hat here once and you will come again. Good work, orders filled promptly. Infant's caps and bonnets of all sizes and styles. STEAM ENGINES, MACHINES AND SHAFTING. CORSETS CHEAP. Little Lallsjron Works. MACHINERY /. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in ajn prepared to ao all work ir my line promptly and in first-class style. have, for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. A large assortment of ribbons which I will ^jitQgerjfr^ry Second-hand Engines and Boilers alw...

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. — 4 September 1896

Japanese Ministry Resigned. YOKOHAMA, Aug.'81.—The entire ^ministry has resigned. Count Kuroda has been appointed acting premier. The -crisis arose on account of a difference of -opinion regarding the vacant foreign portfolio. Bagged Cattle Thieves. VINITA,I.T., Aug. 81.—Officers bagged five cattle thieves a few miles northwest of this city, and they are loged in jail here, awaiting trial before the United StateH commissioner. Rue« War In Alabama. MONTGOMERY, Ala., Aug. 31.—Re­ ports from Camp Hill, Ala., indicate that a miniature race war is in progress there. Four of five men, most of them negroes, are said to have been killed or fatally injured. To Saoeoed K'efer. TAYLORS PALLS, Minn., Aug. 81.—P. 3. Stevens of St. Paul-was unanimously nominated for congress by the Republi­ can convention of the Fourth district to succeed Colonel Kiefer. Government Ownership of Silver Mines. Why is it that both the Populists and the Democrats failed to put a plank in their platforms demanding tha...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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