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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 September 1896

Slf •/Vi v- THEY ARE OFF. i'.„ Hunters Galore Started Out Tuesday in Search of Prairie Chickens. The neaHMii fur legally killing prai lif .chicken* Is now ipn» and Hie lui'utf miniaer of hunter* who left thhwitv Monday nijiiit ami I'liendny morning iij|dk?HleH that tin* Mon-lcon county crop of thew much prised game birds will be greatly «h*i»lfte«I. ft not almost wholly «nHiitii»» On Monday afternoon tlie hunters were all busy making preparations for the trip, such an getting suitable hunting wagons, laying in provis­ ions, and Incidentals, some of the latter being very essential to limit­ ing excursions of all kinds. It was impossible to ol»t«in infor­ mation from any of the parties as to the direction they would take, but It is pretty safe to say that most of them knew where at least there was one good sited covey located. Among the number who left the city wereS E. Betts, Jos. Bnckinan, {J, A. Spramlel, John Wettel, L. O. Wessel, Ed Tannery H. Landahl. M. Parks and a host of othe...

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. — 4 September 1896

1A *£*/•, 1 H® Vr Louisiana Senator Permanent Chairman of the Indianap oils Convention. Speech on Assuming the Gavel a Denunciation of the Chi­ cago Platform. Recommendation Adopted Make the Organization a Permanent One. to INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 8.—The National Democratic convention held two ses­ sions during the day, but got no further than effecting the permanent organiza­ tion. Ex-Governor Flower of New York, temporary chairman, and Senator Caffery, permanent chairman, both de­ livered addressee, and Dr. Everett of Massachusetts and John P. Irish, the Pacific coast orator, voiced the spirit of the convention during interims in the proceedings. There was not ajar or hitch anywhere. The temper of the I SENATOR DONKLSON CAFFERY. delegates was displayed in the vigorous fashion with which the denunciation of the Chicago platform and its candidates •were received. Senator Caffery, in as­ suming the gavel as permanent chair­ man, made a speech in the nature of an appeal for the life of th...

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. — 11 September 1896

VOL. 21. on good larms. Office in Lindbergh Block, ive Page Mr. apd Mrs. J. L. Berg, returned from the state fair Monday. They were accompanied by Mrs. A. P. Myer, of Brainerd, who will visit here a few days. Prof, and Mrs. Johnspn, o* Sauk Centre, were the guests of J. J. Tucker and family over Sunday. They were on their way to Barnum where he lias charge of the city school for the ensuing year. It May Do as Much for Tou. Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains'in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so-called kidney cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began the use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50c. for large bottle. At L. D. Brown's drug store. To Incorporate Holding. St. Cloud Journal P...

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. — 11 September 1896

1^'' ft 2 S!-"..'4v The Foley-Bean Lumber com pauy are rebjiildiug their planing mill and electric light plant recently destroyed by fire at Milaca. It is not surprising that Ar­ kansas will vote to pay the governments bonds and pensions inj0-cent dollars. So will Georgia and Mississippi. The money campaign is now between the National Democratic sound money men and the Popo crai free silver outfit. They will fight on that issue, but well know­ ing that McKinley will Da elected. The date for the editorial excur­ sion has been changed from Sept. 8 to 12. On that date the editors will leave St. Paul for Duluth, where they will board the North Land for a trip to Maciinac island and return. The news reports about the Arkansas election say: "Many counties in Arkansas have no telegraph office, and returns will be several days coming in. That unfortunate is a long ways from civilization especially O'l the money question. Tom Watson, the Pop candidate for vice president, can resist the tempt...

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. — 11 September 1896

a 1 "l 1 1 TO A Murderers of Sheriff Rogers at Glencoe, Minn., Taken From Jail and Lynched. Guards Were Overpowered, the Cell Doors Forced and the Men Secured. Indignation at the Jury's Ver­ dict in the Case the Cause of the Act. GLENCOE, Minn., Sept. 7.—Dorman Htugrove and Henry A. Cinqmars, •who shot and killed Sheriff Rogers •while resisting arrest less than three months ago, were taken from the jail "by a mob shortly after midnight and hanged to abridge across the Buffalo river. Disappointment at what seemed miscarriage of justice was the cause of the mob's action. -Musgrove had been found guilty Sat­ urday by a jury representing the best manhood of the surrounding country, •and their verdict left him no hope but to spend the remainder of his life in imprisonment the other had secured a change of venue, on account of the diffi­ culty of securing a jury for his trial at the scene of his crime. Such was the Indignation of many of the citizens at what they believed to be the mildne...

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. — 11 September 1896

The Dwluth News Tribune had special telegram from Indiauapo lis, announcing that *G. A.. Towne •did not attend the convention of the national Democrats. It was the only national .convention of the year that he 'did not attend* He is making .-qpeSches iu Illinois for AltgekL A dollar wiil'l lalways bj 100 cents, as long as .the law provides for cents, dimes and dollars in their present •prqportioii. The greenback dollars were always 100 cent dollars: even wihen they were worth about 40 «ceiifes in-gold, they were 100 cent dollars in green­ backs. The confederate paper dollars were 100 cent dollars, lhe old wild cat state Ibank dollars were 100 cent .dollars. The men who say that with ifree silver coinage the dollar will still be 100 cents are right. "But -when 100 ccnts represents 3.71i .grains of silver it will only be about half as valuable as when it represents 23.22 grains of gold. To hear the Po.pocrats howl about the wrong of paying the United States bonds in gold, one would im...

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. — 11 September 1896

.* IFICATK Committee of the National Sil­ ver Party Wait on Mr. Bryan at Lincoln. Formally Notified of His Nom­ ination by Them for the Presidency. Great Demonstration in Honor of the Candidate's Re­ turn Home. LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 9.—The con. tinuous welcome Lincoln people and large contingents, from other parts of Nebraska gave William J. Bryan on his homecomingculminated last even­ ing in a grand demonstration in honor of his formal notification of his nomina­ tion for the presidency by the National Silver party. From the time My. Bryan reached this city at 11 in the morning until the tired crowds-retired from the streets at a late hour there was parad­ ing galore through' the» streets of the capital city by local and visiting cam­ paign clubs, nearly all with brass bands in front. There was an escort proces­ sion from the Burlington depot to Mr. Bryan's residence, another procession that accompanied the candidate to a mass meeting in the statehouse grounds in the afternoon, and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

Si- I.ITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. HY THK TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED BVKSY FHIOAY. SUBSCRIPTION! One year Six montliH Three months A'»VKKT1HIN«HATK8UW LITTLE FALLS. MINN BEPUBUCAN COUNTY CONVEN­ TION AND PRIMARIES. Official rail. A Republican convention for the county of Morrison, Minnesota, will be held on Thurday, jthe flrxt day of October, 1806. at the Court House In the city of Little Falls, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of placing in nomination to be voted for at the first general election the follow, ins county officers: Auditor, Treasurer, Sheriff, Register of Deeds, Judge of Probate, County Attorney, County Surveyor. Coroner.: Court Commissioner, Superintendent of Schools, County Commissioners In their respective dis­ tricts, and transacting such other business jnay Wtne before it. The basis of representation shall be one dele­ gate for each twenty-live votes or major'fraction thereof, cast for Governor Knute Kelson in 1894. Vvery precinct is entitled to at least oi-e de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

«4 ift, t§§2S$$: 4=tj Wh: mm- JOB PRINTING THE TRAMPT JOB. OFUCr IS NOW SUN*LIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP ANI RAP11K The Weekly Transcript will be sent to any address in Morrison county till Jan. 1,1897, for only 25 cents. Oar subscribers .are asked to call the attention of their neighbors to this fact. Many should subscribe at this time. Republican county convention on Oct. 1. Wednesday was pay duy at the Pine Tree mills. Prof. Renz, the occulist.is again at Wetzel's pharmacy. The chemicals saved part of the town last week, anyway. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruth Saturday. Remember the "'Scotchevening" at H. N. Harding's, this evening. The Little Fails Business college will open on Sept. 20, in the Rhodes block. The Grey Eagle J. A. R. post re­ turned Friday from the national en­ campment at St. Paul. Mrs. L. J. Wright and children returned home Monday night from a visit with relatives in St. Paul. Prof. Renz, the refrac tionist, is now at Wetzel's Ph...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

REED AT Ably Upholds the Cause of Sound Money. APPEALS TO COMMON SENSE, Cautions the People to Beware of False Prophets. SILVER'S WEAOESS MADE OLEAB. Bryan's Success Mema Mot Bimetallism, but Silver Monometallism Effect on Foreign Trade Wo aid lit Disastrous. Facts From Japan and Mexico BM Faith In the West and the Party of Progress. Following Is the full text of the speech of the Hon. Thomas B. Reed, delivered at Old Orchard, Me., Aug. 85: MR. CHAIRMAN, LADIES AND GENTLE­ MEN—In this great templo of naturo which has so often echoed with the words which teach of a nobler and broader life hereafter, which is to bo purchased by a manly strug­ gle with evil hero below, it is very fitting that wo should commence this campaign for tlie opportunity to labor, which is tho opportunity to live for sound currency, whereby wo gather to ourselves the just •and undiminished results of our labor, ond for national honor, which is tho culmina­ tion of individual honor and the founda­ tion of notion...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

White Bfarble Lime, Cement and Sash, Door* aad Moulding) WOOD AMD COAL hat here once Thread a* Needle Y4& Buckeye Pumpe, With poor thread, an4 notice^how many knots, kinks, and ravel9 tiwre are to catch ia the eye. Small in Shemselves, and yet large enough to cause no ond of vexation.<p></p>Willlmantic*StarHiread ^1 *a aod notice how smooth, strong, and even it is. It's always the same from beginning to end. Imperfections are made impossible by the most perfect methods and the most scrupulous care. Ask your dealer for it W1UJM/UNTIC THRBAD GG^ W1LLU1ANTIC, CONN. HARDWARE, TINWARE. I FLY'S CREAM BAtM—Cleaves the li»!r.hl»f. Tltovii Pain and Inflammation, H«»ls| Ir.Ue Sores. Kewtorej^aBt«^n^SmeUi^i^lCu«e6| Glvea^SSefatonc® for Cold in nea.a. ttiSFJ dpp'v into :he firtwrsrtsto nwit fill BK' HATS CHEAP FOR CASH AT MRS. HOSCH'S. Little Lallsjron Works. MACHINERY :. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINER1 AND SHAFTING. 1 am prepared to do all work ir my...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

HOMES OF MAGNATES. COUNTRY RESIDENCES OF E. C. BEN EDTCT ANO RUSSELL SAQE. _____ V-. Kr. Benedict's Indian Havbor SUnilon Is One of the Finest In America—Kossell 'Sage's Modest Summer Cottage on Long Island. 1 New York millionaires are famous for their fine houses and high living, bat Mr. XL 'C. Benedict has just completed a palatial country home that would' fill almost any of his Wall street friends with envy. Mr. Benedict is chiefly known to fame as the Intimate friend of President Cleveland and the owner of the handsome steam yacht Oneida, on which the president has taken many pleasant excursions. The Oneida Is now at anchor In Indian harbor, Connecticut, before the finest man­ sion on Long Island sound, a house that excels In massiveness and architectural beauty the neighboring fcanslon of H. O. Havemeyer, which has long been the pride of Greenwich. The site is a well known one of-many vicissitudes, first fa­ mous as the scene of the bacchanalian feasts of Boss Tweed's Americas ...

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

ism WA •K 1 v„ 'J Hi-'' vl •Ha HL cl\ j1? ff* Hof |S# I ML 1 f' It:- k^V T'V R.: fe gM«h'4fr •& THE STATE FAI%,W, fe#CS x... N. Richardson Takes Excep «. tions to th© Management of the R&ces. $&::• -':/...•• ?.•: v'r.V folg# .' ,v•••.. Mayor Our local Intwrvlewejl Klchardson on his return home from the Ktate fal^i ^'bu'iisliiiiK liltn J"1 -was well plraotid with It be replied! "Iu tli«e muin I was well pleased and It was a isreat huiw* HS I wus oblc tow mikI learn, cxcpt as to the way the horse radii-r wan managed.! do im»i know hut it titi conducted fairly. Having a younir mare that had 'Jlev«lo|M*l good mailing qualities I *«ut iur down to the fair ground*, enttf'od l»M' 1» t!,e half utile runniaff r«(* of Wednesday. Flveliorswj were started in .the «rst heat. The two horses froui Iowa came *«t ahead and mine third/ Tins next heat the Iowa horses cail4« out heist and mine lourth. TIM? horse benting her wan allowed to hreak away and ge-t the start l»y three or lour leng...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 September 1896

rf, 12 Accepts the Democratic Nom­ ination and Appreciates the Honor Conferred. Carefully Considered the Plat­ form and Endorses Every Plank Thereof. Government Must Establish Its Financial Policy Without Syndicates' Aid. LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 10—Mr. Bryan's formal letter of acceptance of the Dem­ ocratic nomination for the presidency has been made public. It is a much shorter document than that of McKin ley, and only touches briefly upon the various planks of the Chicago platform, all of which are endorsed. The letter says: Hon. Stephen M. White and others, mem­ bers of the notification committee of the Democratic national convention: GENTLEMEN—I accept the nomination tendered by you on behalf of the Demo­ cratic party, and iu so doing desire to as­ sure you that I fully appreciate the high honor which such a nomination confers, and the grave responsibilities which ao company an election to the presidency of the United States. So deeply am I im­ pressed with the magnitude of the pow...

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. — 11 September 1896

W 4 Mt pi Accepts the Democratic Nom­ ination and Appreciates the Honor Conferred. Carefully Considered the Plat­ form and Endorses Every Plank Thereof. Government Must Establish Its Financial Policy Without Syndicates' Aid. LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 10—Mr. Bryan's formal letter of acceptance of the Dem­ ocratic nomination for the presidency has been made public. It is a mnch shorter document than that of McKin ley, and only touches briefly upon the various planks of the Chicago platform, all of which are endorsed. The letter says: Hon. Stephen M. White and others, mem­ bers of the notification committee of the Democratic national convention: GENTLEMEN—I acccpt the nomination tendered by you on behalf of the Demo­ cratic party, and in so doing desire to as­ sure you that I fully appreciate the high honor which such a nomination confers, and the grave responsibilities which ac­ company an election to the presidency of the United States. So deeply am I im­ pressed with the magnitude of 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. — 18 September 1896

W«S& ijSV-" i- ftv** fgW** "W$* I VOL. 21. on good tarms. .....••IN has fitted up a room to be.used as headquarters. John Mills' threshing machine is lu the immediate vicinity this week, and seems to be doing lots of work. Jos. Bolsjoli, of Belle Prairie, was in jthe city Sunday visiting his brother, Ludger, who is clerking in Staples'store. Why doesn't some sound money speaker come and speak to the peo­ ple here on the financial question? Staples Is fitting up ia room for a drug store and doctor's office* The claim agent for the Northern Pacific was here tills week paying for cattle killed by the company. SamMiltaand family, G. T. Smith and wife. Mm P. W. Lucas and Mrs. Thrall are all back from the encamp­ ment and seem pleased to get home. Knights of the Maccabees. The state commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at the end of two da...

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. — 18 September 1896

if II? Ww •s "A* J: j: '.(• V I*. '..- VOL. 21. Jim on good tarms. Why doesn't some sound money speaker cotne and speak to the peo­ ple here on the financial question? Staples is fitting up ia room for a drug store and doctor's office. The claim agent for the Northern Pacific was here tills week paying fbr cattle killed by the company. Sam Millfeand family, G. T. Smith and wife, Mi%. F. W. Lucas and Mrs. Thrall are all back from the encamp­ ment and seem pleased to get home. Knights of the Maccabees. The state commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After trying other medicines for what seemed'to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at the end of two days the cougb entirely left them. We will not be without it hereafter, as our experience proves that it cures where all other rem­ edies fail."—Signed F. W. Stevens, state commander.—Why not give this great mediclre a trial, as it is guaranteed and trial bottles ar^ free at L....

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. — 18 September 1896

Li Hang Chang sailed from Vancouver for China Monday. Maine gave the eastern end of the Deiuopop ticket a great endorsement. It is too bad the way the people of Maine were coerced into for­ getting to vote the Dcmopop ticket. The speech of Gen. Clapp in St. Cloud Monday evening is said to have been one of the best of the campaign. The old greenback party was rather strong in Maine nearly twenty years ago, so the vote was not unanimous. Still, 50,000 will do. The personal property valuations of the state aggregate $100,294,152 as completed by the state auditor. Some changes may yet be made by the state board of equalization. You can't spoil a bad egg but it was a rather unkind slander to say that Arkansas gave 80,000 Democrtic majority. It was less than half that. The truth is dis­ grace enough. The "National" or sound money Democrats have placed an electoral ticket in the field in Minnesota, but have decided not to nominate a state ticket. That improves Doc Ames' chance. What good p...

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. — 18 September 1896

yi ve Page Coincidences In th^l Lives oi two Remarkable Men. BOTH WERE NAMED DATES. 1 Both Worked In the. CalUornl* Mine* and Were Hen of Myitery—Strong Personal I .•. Xteaemblwaoe—Mrs. Snell'i Contest Pur Montana Mllll^nalre'a Estate. Miss Hulda gnell of Fort Tejon, CaL, has abandoned her claim to the millions oi the late Andrew J. Davis of Butte, Mon., and one of the most sensational contests of the west is closed. For several years Mra Sneli has fought for the rights she believed were hers as the widow of the millionaire miner. Thousands of dollars have been expended in searching ont the records of two strangely interesting character*. Fam­ ily histories, buried in the obliviqn of for­ gotten tombs, have been revlved to prove the truth of a claim that meant a princely fortune But the mystery of two men's ABRAHAM JOHN DAVIS. lives was cleared away, and after it was all over Mrs. Snell and her family gave up the contest they had thought was justified by the facts. Until a few days ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 September 1896

A1 Silyer was worth 65 cents an dunce in New York Saturday. That makes the silver in a dollar worth 50 and 27-100 cents. Some how the fellows who own silvei have lost all faith in Bryan. The nation nays abou{ $35,000, 000 a year for interest on the pub lie debt, and about $135,000,000 year for pensions to old soldiers and their widows and orphans. The voter who wants to pay the 'public obligations iu 50cent dol !lars in order £o punish the ty»njt holders, is at the same time infliciiug punishment on* another class of people. Nearly |4 of pub l^c money goes to a pensioner where $1 goes to a bondholder. American Economist: If a man spends more than he earns he is sure to come to grief. It doesn't (qiake any difference how much he may earn it doesn't make any dif­ ference. how much his income may .increase how many more dollars be miyearn one year than bjp did tfce'year before, he is bound to get into trouble if he continues to spend more, than his income, 'fhe same thing is as true of...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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