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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 October 1896

on good tarms. Swanville Items. .. ,IN.... Company's Prices, from $2 to $6 Prices on particular pieces quoted and any information desired furnished to intend­ ing: purchasers. Also have for sale about 200 GOOD IMPROVED FA RMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 par cant MONEY TO LOAN M. H. Vincent lias moved into the Lenz house. Mrs. Fritibaugh and Mrs. Mueller, of PilJshury. visited here oil Tuesday with Mrs. J. D. Stith. Mrs. Bigeerstaff and George Bain yisited at Lake Beauty, this week. With th^lr brother, Arch, who quite sick with lung trouble. Frank Eldred has moved into the Lynch building. Chester Biggerstaff, of Long Prai­ rie. is here visiting his mother. Work is going on rapidly on A. G. Hedtke's new residence. A Republican caucus was held on Wednesday evening ac A. P. McRae's store to elect delegates to the county convention at Little Falls. The dele­ gates are Christian ang, Benjamin Taylor and Thomas ...

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. — 2 October 1896

my Fk FER. PL WV'AY FE I: 2* te-' %h & I' if ?*,• •fv Siv •&'V C» E% 13 Col. Bob Iugersoll will stump Illinois for the Republican ticket next month. Fires are still raging in the neighborhood of West Superior and several railroad towns near are in danger. 9 Tom Watson still warns the world that Sewall is a bad man, and is hurting Bryan's chances. The campaign is now in that con­ dition that Sewall might as well stay and take the blame. A large open hearth steel plant was built in Duluth during the past year and the first plates rolled sttel and the first steel •water pipe constructed west of the Pennsylvania districts will be made in that city the coming winter. Bowler, the Popocratic candi­ date for lieutenant governor, is not helping his cause by sneering remarks about the old soldiers that support McKialey. His speech at Mankato only decreased the small number of votes to be given him Noy. 4. Where Coercion Comes In. The only thing that is "coerc­ ing" the labor vote into...

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. — 2 October 1896

& '•-'/I a? 'I#?1 »-v .wmz www^mmm Daring Robbery Successfully Executed on a Pennsyl­ vania Railroad. Lone Highwayman Holds Up a Paymaster and Gets All the Money. Latter Was Fataily Wounded and a Lynching Is Very Probable. CHARLESTON, W. Va., Sept. 28.—A daring holdup occurred on«the Short Line railway between Sewall and diff' Top, eight miles from this city. Joe Thompson, who came from the West about a year ago, learned that W. L. Wilson, bookkeeper and paymaster of the Longdale Iron company, was going up the road in the afternoon to pay off the men. Wilson had $2,800 with him and rode on the engine. '%Vhen the train reached a lonely spot in the moun­ tains Thompson, who had boarded the train, held up all those in the engine at the point of two revolvers. He sud­ denly grabbed the money from Wilson and jumped from the engine. Wilson shot at Thompson twice and missed him. Thompson returned the fire, shooting Wilson fatally. Thompson made good his escape and Wilson is dying. A po...

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. — 2 October 1896

Tf-^W^ wpsp S *1^'' v''-v' r.*,. MjO-v, ..-.. •-, a p\ 4. ,: The American market is the American farmer's best market and if free silver will tend to pre vent American manufacturing prosperity it will be a severe blow to American farmers. The Sauk Rapids Free Press ftnd the St. Cloud Times are gleefully •quoting Isaac Staples of Stillwater for the free coinage of silver. It is an educational campaign, 'and the truth will not serve the Demo •pops. The set'd firm of D. M. Ferry, of Detroit, Mich., has brought action to restrain the secretary of agri­ culture from distributing seeds free throughout the country. The firm states that the distribution will damage thtir business to the amount of $20,000. The original intention of th^ department, which was a good one, seems to have gone too far, so that the seed firms of the country are now justly protesting. Vote for Page Morris for con­ gress. fle will be elected by a majority even greater than that given to his competitor two years ago, ...

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. — 2 October 1896

i,. •y\ dRrV 'v '.' '3 P^^.'?'1-'.::-5^^/.•')'^5 *:/:-'^J'V'y-':!"?^-' :. ii'" V^:V: TALKED TO TMi Old Democratic Organization Honors Bryan on His Sec­ ond Gotham Visit. Out of Door Meetings So Large That the Streets for Blocks Are Impassable. The Candidate Suffering Prom Overwork and Only One ', Speech Is Made. NEW YORK, Sept. 80.—The demon­ stration that greeted William Jennings Bryan last night in this city was most remarkable in its character. Blockaded streets, crowded auditorium, besieged speaking stands and crowds that defied the energy of the police in their stabil­ ity, were some of the features. Tam­ many Hall, that had made the arrange­ ments for the welcome and reception, is noted for enthuiastic. assemblages, and last night, within the big assembly hall, the members tore the air with shouts of approval of the candidates, of the American flag and of every comment that savored either of patriotism or of loyalty to Democratic principles. Every man who entered was presented...

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. — 2 October 1896

0 JF£ w* IfTTLE FAILS Br sf. t- BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CK.||| ,''" PUBLISHKD EVERY. FRIDAY. r•'* ...n., "H'/ VvW SUBSCRIPTIONS 4M year....... ........... fl 80 Six months Ttm months *0 S"' ADVKPTC8ING BATES LOW. JUTTLB PALLS. MDW William B. Hammond is the candidate of the Socialist party for governor of Minnesota, the re quisite 2,000 names to place his on the official ticket having been secured. 'a The Populists were artistically done up in the Demo-Pop fusion convention of Ramsey county, the Democrats securing the nomina­ tions of all the offices worth having. ^:VyJ:vf Gen. Palmer and Gen* Buckner, candidates for president end vice president of the National Dem­ ocratic party, will speak in the larger cities of Minnesota some­ time this month. The apple crop in Michigan, New York, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Canada is much larger than for several years, and although in Missouri it is almost a failure, from all reports there will be no scarcity of that fruit this year. The stor...

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. — 2 October 1896

W 1 M. 14, ::Wi ctive Page JOB PRINTING THE TBAfiSuBIPT JOB OFFIC- NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TRODGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAP11K The Weekly Transcript will be sent to any address in Morrison county till Jan. 1,1897, for only 25 cents. Our subscribers are asked to call the attention of their neighbors to this fact. Many should subscribe at this time. Oct. 6—Schubert Lady Quartette. Th^ Republicans of Ramsey county have renominated Judge C. D. Kerr for a seat 011 |he district bench. Street commissioner Lafond put down two new street crossings on Broadway and First street Tuesday. A marriage license has been Issued for Paul Poscli and Julia Philips. Mr. Posch is landlord of the City Hotel. The board of education of Sauk Rapids is advertising for bWs for bonds of the district to the amount of $35,000. W. B. Jones was at Swanville Tuesday doing Bome plumbing work for Joseph Kobetisch in his new saloon building. Greatest of all plays—Fablo Ro­ man!—this evening at Gross opera bouse. :v...

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. — 2 October 1896

pr* I THEIR HEARTS' WISH PECULIAR AMBITIONS OF SOME NOTED PUGILISTS. Billjf Madden Writes From Long Expert- en ce and Funonal Knowledge—It AH Goes to Prove That There Is Ko Ao eountlng For Taste. [SjM-cial Correspondence. NEW YORK, Sept. 7.—All great fight­ ers have th ir peculiarities. They are all vain, but rhey have distinctive char­ acteristics outside of egotism, which I' have found .1 the course of long expe­ rience Buccesd in any walk of life is al­ most sure .j engender. So the boxer may be pare aed for an amiable weak­ ness to wh: brainier men are known to be addio' Every oh ipion and ex-champion, from heavyeight to bantam, and the brave fellows who contest their title have as decided traits of character as Grover Cleveland, Thomas B. Reed, William J. Bryan and Major William MoKinley. Like these great men, each has his hopes and aspirations. Ambition fires the soul of each and every one of them. The greatest gladiator the world has ever known, John L. Sullivan, is a study i...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 October 1896

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine. Take that stitch with Willimantic Star'' Thread. Do all your sewing with Willimantic Star Thread. It holds the seams together longer and stands the wear and tear better than any other spool cotton made. Willimantic* Star Thread Bnifling Material, Buokeye Pumps, Sa«h,Door« lsperfectlyadaptedforlightsewingorheavyaewing machine sewing or hand sewing. Ask your dealer for it and insist on having it. Don't pay the same price for poor thread when you can get the best for the asking. Send 24 centa and receive six spools of thread, may color or number, together with four bobbins for your machine, ready wound,aud an Interesting book on thread and sewing, Free. WILUTIANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn. HARDWARE, TINWARE, ,/&>/ White Marble Time, Cement and Tin and Shoot Iron Work a Spccilty. FLY'S CREAM BA^M—Clcftises the PasBacesi Allays l'ain and Inflammation* ?e rr ^iwTmoTcTat once for CXld In Head. 'i Aprilv ««*n he ?wxtriU It V: KL* UK' MILUHERV.^* HAT...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 October 1896

w-m. »K, 10 ft. 0 1' W'EWEl*-**' 4 1 What Is to Be Oalnnd From Arctic Ex­ ploration. To ascertain with greater precision the shape, size and density of the earth, the astronomer's base of mensuros, and thus render the science of surveying more ac­ curately, ten pendulum observations near the unknown extreme of the arc are worth a hundred elsewhere. Observations on magnetism, especially near the magnetio pole, will benefit the thousands of ocean vessels which largely depend for their safe­ ty on the precision with which the com­ pass can be interpreted. To the meteorol­ ogist the arctic Is of special importance, because it presents the extreme of a world embracing system, each of whose parts af­ fects every other. Tides and currents are similarly interdependent The aurora can 'best be studied whore It is most common and most fully developed. Observations on the character and behav­ ior of plants and animals undor the tiniquo conditions of the arctic will givo to the student of organi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 October 1896

A LITTLE FUN. .Some of the Repulicans Had Some Sport With Towne. At the opening of the meeting lu Royalton Tuemlav night t'ougreMK nian Towne wan handed the follow­ ing: AN OPEN'LETTER. ROYALTON, MLNIN., SEPT. 29,1896. HON. CHAS. A. TOWNE. Dear Sir:—Kindly tell the people of Royalton what would, ultimately, become of the gold in this country if our government uhouid adopt "free and unlimited coiuage of Hilver at a ratio of 16 to 1." Why (should Republicans vote for you, who are the candidate of partieH wboue principles are directly op potied to tlioue of the Republlcun party? Why do you not publicly discuss all the planks of the several plat­ forms on which you stand? As a lawyer, what do you think of the plank in the Democratic plat­ form that denounces the supreme court of the United States? Upon what tenets of political economy do you plant yourself when favoring the Populistie de­ mand for more money? If government fiat can make 53 cents worth of silver equal in value to 100 cen...

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. — 2 October 1896

& POPE'S MARE'S NEST. HE CHARGES GOV. CLOUGH MALADMINISTRATION. WITH The Secretary of the Silver Demo­ cratic State Ceutral Committee luaes a Circular Fall of Groa* Error* un«l MlMMtntementa, In Which He Charges Gov. dough With Having Nullified the Will of the State Legislature in the Matter of the Forfeiture of the Hustings & Dakota Railway Land Grant Forfeiture—All the Fact* Show That Gov. Clouffh Ha* Done His Whole Duty and Acted In the Interest of the State. Gen. E. M. Pope of Munkato la the secretary ot the Minnesota Dcmocrntlo state, central com­ mittee. Gen. Pope la known to the people of Minnesota, as a gentlemaa of vivid Imagination. As a member of the state legislature, as an apostle of the Farmers' Alliance, he became famous for the Immense breadth of his visionary Ideas. Gen. Pope as secretary of the DemoKatlo state central committee has suffered no ehange, men­ tally. If anything, he Is more vljlmry than ever. He has dreams. His latest dream seems to be a spocle...

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. — 9 October 1896

Si on good tarms. Prices on particular pieces quoted and any information desired furnished to intend­ ing: purchasers. By the explosion of the boiler at the feed mill of Wm. Besch in the village of Buck man Tuesday morning, the proprietor of the mill, Win. Besch, TOSH instantly killed and two other men beriously if not fatally injured. The particulars of the accident are not obtainable at this time, but it is said that One of the injured men, Frank Oestreicher, is likely to die. Both legs were brokeu and ho was otherwise injured. Theo. Carl was the other man injured, but to what extent we could not learn. The news was telephoned from Rich Prairie, but they have not learned the full particulars at that place. The boiler which exploded and the engine, are said to be the property of Wm. Besch, who was killed, and the feed mill belongs to Oestreicher. John Sitzman, of Buckman, is in the city today, and he says that the explosion is no surprise to any of the residents of that place. Wm, ...

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. — 9 October 1896

n*ymk/!' Vs-' -v fv.-inv: 5 •i Is &•* & XJ IV -ii '''"""v" The Algor. "combination' is uneaking at various points in Iowa this week. Sinee 18/T3 the United States has had more money in total and more per-capita than ever before. Yet the basis of silver arguments is in contradiction of that fact. Page Morris' meeting at Royal* ton Monday evening was the b^st ever held in ithat village. He made an excellent impression on his first -visit there, and will have a splen­ did victoiy over his opponeut in that part of :ihe county. The Populists, inflationists, the Southern Democrats, the silver mine owners and the Northern Demacntte who want party success for the sake of the spoils, certain­ ly make a strong combination, but they are not a crowd that will impress honest workingmen, farmers and business men as likely to bring back national prosperity. The pSan of free silver coinage is bad. the combination back of it is bad and in this case two wrongs do indeed not make one right. Tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 October 1896

OUR SILVER CRAZE. RESULT OF A CONSPIRACY .OF MINE OWNERS TO FORCE UP THE PRICE OF SILVER. The Two, Kevada Senators the Arch Con apirator*—Both Were Yellow Goldbug* In 1873—Story of Their Sadden Conver­ sion Told by David A. Wells—Be­ came Interested In Silvek- aiinei and Be­ gan Defiling Schemes to Increase Their Fort ones at the People's Expense—Bland «nd Sherman AM Sehemes and Their Resnlts—Free .Coinage the latest and Worst Bchtonie. Perhaps the two men most responsible for the "silver question," which has disturbed our finances for paany years and is responsible lor the industrial de­ pression sinoe 1898, are the two senators from Nevada—William M. Stewart and John P. Jones. Strange to say, both of these most ardent friends of silver were its most deadly enemies when the great "crime of„'78" was.oommitted against silver.' Read these'quotations from their speeches in the'senate: Thequestion will never .be. aettledantil yoa determine the simple question whether this laboring man i...

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. — 9 October 1896

it, 4 $ The present price of ttlwris absolute proof that the owners of it do not believe that* the present campaign will not result in ma­ terially raising its price compared iidrith gpld. The silver mine owners may fool the voters, but thev haven't fooled thamselves any. They are still selling silver for about 65 -"cents an ounce, while "their candidates for president and: congress pretend to believe that it will very soon be worth $1.29 an! ounce. Those wealthy minei -owners have sense enough toknowi that the TJuited States cannot re­ peal the law of supply and demand. Litbtr Comes First. Industry must come firtft. •Labor precedes all else. It is the foundation of all wealth. 1 active emyloyment puts money into cir3ulation and sends it cours ting through evwry artery of trade. The mints don't distribute it in that way. Start the factories in full blast, mid the money will flow from bank and vault. The lender will seek the borrower—not, as now, the borrower the lender. Start the fa...

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. — 9 October 1896

S i7 rt? •I: -S&v' "Vi* u*4 MADE FIVE SPEECHES Bryan Visits Indianapolis and Addresses Large Crowds of Hoosiers. Big Meeting at the State Capi­ tol and Much Enthusiasm Manifested. Was a Rainy Day at Canton but a N umber of Delega­ tions Called. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 7.—The reception Accorded Mr. Bryan on his arrival in Indianapolis was nearly as great as any lie has received during his entire trip. He made five speeches here, two in the afternoon and three at. night, and at each meeting he' addressed immense audiences. The Bryan party arrived in Indian­ apolis at 12:45 o'clock and was received at the station with great enthusiasm frommany thousands"gathered about the station. He was taken immediately to the Grand hotel and the parade from the depot to the hotel was a continual ovation. After dinner Mr. Bryan ad­ dressed the largest crowd of the day at the statehouse. Every inch of standing room was taken. The park in front of the statehouse Was Packed With Humanity, the streets of ...

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. — 9 October 1896

Ai-ViL^ £j I1 t1 I" i ft *V if ''iSutitisii. f:K ssj''x UTILE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUR. CO. •. tUBLI&HBD BVBSY fBJ«. 4*t^ SUBSCWPTIOW'. One year............ Six month*...... L, Tbfw month* SfS«l 1 AOVKHTIBIMG RATB8 MW. %,? MIHN .i fclTTLS FAIXB, If you want to have McKinley elected, don't support a candidate 'v for congress who is working ft II^StoF^W W'^1.*y*rj against him. Page Morris will be a friend of McKinley when in con* gress, and McKinley must hare the backing of congress to- giv® him friends to make his administration what it should be. Vote against Bryan directly, and don't vote for him indirectly by. supporting A. Towne. The free silverites have use for facts sometimes, but for the pur pose of drawing a wrong conclu sion from the fact. They say that gold maintains its value because England has fixed the price. Any country th has free coinage of any metal and issues its notes for bullion at the coin value of the metal "fixes the price" of that metal, as...

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. — 9 October 1896

f'joBPRiNTiNC THE TMSURIPT JOB OFFlCt IS yow SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The Weekly Transcript will be sent to any address in Morrison county till Jan. L, 1897, for only 25 cents. Our subscribers are atiked to call the attention ot their neighbors to this fact. Mjiny should subscribe at this ^ime. Oct. 9—"Ruth" at the opera house. Well, less1than four weeks more of ft, anyway.' 4,Ruthf" this opera house. evening »t Gross A son WHS born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Powers Friday, Oct. 2. S. N Thompson, of Grey Eagle, was a Little Falls visitor Wednesday. A marriage license was issued Mon­ day to Joseph- Riv«t and Matilde Arendt. ... A marriage license was issued Wednesday to Alex Carlson and Lnnie Clausen! Several Republican candidates went to Motley to the Morris meet in? Wednesday. A son of Constable F. P. Eidam,. of Pike Creek died at Minneapolis last Wednesday. Secure your seats for "Ruth" at L. D. Brown's drug store, 25 and 35 cts. Last September was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 October 1896

Pir fe lUff ^pW.f^K,}V^ V' "", 1 !P" Ff »V $P« iW' RANKIN IS ALL RIGHT. His Speech Was Clear, In­ teresting, Convincing and Inspiring. One of the Best Campaign Speeches Ever Heard in the City. Itankin spokeWell. A large audi­ ence assembled at the opera house Tuesday evening t» hear him,and he presenter! the Republican *i(le of the campaign in the most distinct manner. The speaker was introduced by J. H. Rhodes, In a few well chosen re­ marks. Mr. Uankin be*Hii by saying that the present campaign was (ought largely on new lines that the Democratic free trade victory of four years ago had been won by a combi­ nation of isms and elements that were unable to agree in the govern­ ment of the nation, and that their partial free trade enactments ht*d been so overwhelmingly condemned in 1894 that no Democrat proposed to this year make another campaign on the issue that took the party in­ to power. He said that all Republi­ cans had wondered, after the elec election of 1894, what issue the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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