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

1 Infant's on your machine and see if there isn't better results try it for mending and see if it doesn't stand the wear and tear better than any you ever used. It 's stronger than linen better than silk for ordinary use. .Ask the de&ler for it. Send 24 cents and receive six spools of thread, any color or number.togethrwUh fbor bobbin* lor your machine, ready wound, and tolerating book on (bread and ••wing, Free. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn. HARDWARE,:1 TINWARE, White Marble Lime, Cement and a a a Buckeye Fumps, and Moulding, WOOD smTHE HIUNERY,3* 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. caps and bonnets of all sizes and si.vies. Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY .\ SHOP. Manufacturers and CORSETS CHEAP. A large assortment of ribbons which I will sellfat very very low prices. am prepared to do all work ir my line promptly and in first-class ...

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. — 9 October 1896

I r- ft i. 10 1 i? "The New Woman.1 PLU "TERRIFIED" VOTERS. 4k Maine Newspaper's Explanation of tha Kecent Landslide. Tho Bangor Commercial, one of the few straight Democratic papers in Maine this year, thinkn the main cause of the Republican landslide there on Sept. 14 was the wicked and successful attempt to alarm the voters. "Through their scheme of individual lists, "says The Commercial, "the status of every voter was known, and to doubtful ones were nent during the past week numerous •documents designed to frighten them into the belief that an awful calamity would befall the country should Bryan And Sewall be elected. The "new woman" favors economy, and she always buys "Battle Ax" for her sweetheart. She knows that a 5-cent piece of Battle Ax" is nearly twice as large as a JO-cent piece of other nigh grade brands. Try it yourself and you will see why "Battle Ax" is such a popular favorite all over the United States. "They were told that thoir savings hanks deposits would be red...

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. — 9 October 1896

From Saturday's Daily. DEMOCRATS ON MONDAY. S. P. Casey After the Nomina­ tion for County Auditor. Lyon and Shaw Will Fight for the Nomination for Attorney. Alex Wochnik Would be Sher­ iff—C. Gravel Com­ missioner. The Democratic eaucusew will be held thiH evening In all precinct* of the county to elect delegate** to the county convention that will meet at 12 o'clock, noon, Monday, to nomi­ nate t. Democratic couuty ticket. The "endorsement" for auditor will not be tendered unanimously to Vacillating Kasparek, as S. P. Casey is after the nomination, with the argument that Monday's convention is in fact a Democratic convention. George Geissel, J. L. Meyer and Chas. Gravel may have some trouble in delivering the goods to Kasparek, and there will be something of a fight in the convention on that point. F. W. Lyon and E. F. Shaw are both after the attorneyship. Per­ sonally, Shaw has but very little strength, but jhe has some of the Democratic "powers" with him, and the chances seem In ...

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. — 9 October 1896

I & S3 tl Raid the Bank of Sherburne, Minn.. Murdering the Cash­ ier and a Customer. Crime a Most Brutal One, the Men Being Shot Down Without Warning. Bandits Grab a Roil of Bills and Make Their Escape on Bicycles. Posses on the Trail of the ur derers and Their Capture Is Expected. SHERBURNE, Minn., Oct. 8.—Two daring bank robbers, both of whom •wore young men, robbed the Bank of Sherburne of over $1,000 at 1:15 p. m., und in doing so killed two highly re­ spected men. The dead are: George Thorburn, assistant cashier Olaf J. Oestern, traveling collector, Wood Harvester company, St. Paul. The deed is one of the most brutal ever committed in the state. It recalls with startling vividness the crimes of the Younger and James gangs in old frontier days. The methods of the rob­ bers were similar to those of the notori­ ous bandits named. The assassins left §2,000 in gold, pre­ sumably because the coin was too heavy. Alter killing the men and se­ curing over $1,000 in bills the robbers...

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. — 16 October 1896

., fpsp^ y^v 4^ 1 1 &• t': •I &K on good larms. Office in Lindbergh Block, Rev. Mr. Rhoe was accompanied Sunday by Rev. Mr. Lydum, who oc­ cupied the pulpit of the Lutheran church and addressed the people in a very pleasing manner. Mr.. Ly­ dum has been a mlssionery for three years and is now taking a vacation, during which he has visited Den­ mark, his native land, and is now in the United States from whence he will return to his mission work in China. A large crowd gathered at the Misfeldt school house Monday even­ ing to hear Mr. Baldwin speak on the free silver question. Numerous questions were asked, and proofs called for to tlie statements made by the silver orator. A spirited dispute and lively discussion arose between the speaker and members of the Sound Money club, which continued till after midnight. But at last ac­ counts he had failed to gain any con­ verts, or to start a gold and silver club. Tuesday evening the people as­ sembled at Elm Dale to hear the silver ...

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. — 16 October 1896

2 If the American farmer will aid in giving the American laborer •work, the American laborer will use his income to buy farm prod­ ucts. Shutting down mills and demoralizing business will injure both farmers and laborers. Bryan says the gold standard means lower prices for wheat, yet the price of wheat is going up, Bryan says he will make silvtr worth twice what it is in gold, yet it is goiug down. The law of supply and demand and testimony of actual, world wide business conditions absolutely disprove Bryan's assertions. Fergus Falls Journal: If legis­ lation can make 53c worth of silver worth $1 it can certainly make 10c worth of eopper worth $1. If legislation is all we need, what is the use of collecting taxes, anyway! Why not let the govern ment declare that a few cents' worth of copper is $1, and let us all become rich immediately? Is this not the silyer men's arjjrumeut carried a little further than they jare to carry it? When this free silyer craze has gone the way of the old...

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. — 16 October 1896

Laws and Constitutional Amendments. Synopftla of IATTR and Ainemlmcnti to the Constitution, pragpoacd by the Legislature lor inbmlialon to the votera of Minnesota at the General Election 'to be held on the 3rd day. of November, A. D,. 1880. 'V' At the general election to bo held ltv ttia. State of Minnesota on the 3rd day of No­ vember, A. U. ltttiu, cue 10lU|.v.i ul\.» iu»d amendments proposed.,-by. th6'legislature of said state at. the/last kqssIo^.'thereof," will lie submitted for adoption-^'rejection, viz.: I An act will be submitted to the people of this state for their approval or rejection at the next .genehil election^-entitle^r "Ao act relating to.the taxatlon of certain lands owned by rallfoad companies In tills state, and repealing laws and parts of laws relating to the taxation of the same,, ana to ?rovide for the submission of this act to he people of this state for their approval •or rejection." .* So far as material the act Is as follows "Sec. 1. All lands In this sta...

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. — 16 October 1896

if I?]-) 4 Bryan is one of the staunchest free traders in the United States and is afraid to urge his old policy, so now advocates free silver and class prejudice. The average duties under a tariff for revenue might be higher than pnder a protective tariff law. "Averages" do not count when comparing duties. Free silver will not only reduce the purchasing power of the wage earner's dollar, but if the almost unanimous opinion of the em­ ployers of workingmen is of any value, it will decrease the oppor? tunity to obtiin work. Silver bullion dropped another notch in the New York market on Friday, Oct. 9, and was, then worth 64| cents an ounce. All this will be changed when Bryin repeals the law of supply and -demand. Possibly the free, silver orators who are advising a little revolu­ tion and a little panic as a way to start the mills and give employ­ ment to the workingpieti and profit to the owners know just where their program will end, but it has a rather dangerous look. The only ce...

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. — 16 October 1896

'-i 5'-M .ga i* Bryan's Trip Through the State Ends With a Demonstra­ tion at Duluth. -Advocates the Silver Cause and Pleads for Congress­ man Towne.- Left Duluth at Midnight for a Tour of Northern Michigan. DULUTH, Oct. 14.—The private car, •''Idler," bearing William Jennings "Bryan and his party, rolled into the northern Pacific" station in this city jhortly after 6 o'clock, and the candi­ date made two speeches in the evening. Upon his arrival in this city he was met by a reception, committee and, with J&rs. Bry.au, was escorted to the St. Louis hotel for dinner. He was then driven to the Lyceum theater, where he addressed an enthusiastic meeting of women. Thence he proceeded to the «ar barn, which was packed to the ut­ most. Charles A. Towne was chair­ man of both meetings and at each of them he presented the nominee in a neat little speech. At the speech in the Lyceum theater JVIr. Bryan told the women that a dollar could not ,be compared to a yard stick, as claimed by the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 October 1896

i*r- r* V' & 6 1 U!TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. 'IT BY THE TKANSCRIPT PUD. !O. 1'OBL.ISHKI) liVKRV ['"Kill i"Y- ,1?'. SUBriUUPTION One year Six I' Three months TO ItfcfeM 4" '§|t A'VtfWTmiXrt KATKf- LOW WTTLE CALI-S, MINN A KM i: its. Wheat is 30 per cent higher in Little Falls than it was a year ago. Why? Because the supply is smaller. The United States,had a smaller crop than last year, and because even India is this year im­ porting. Everything encourages hope for still higher prices, and anything that will stimulate de­ mand will raise prices. Tf Mc Kinloy is elected there will be a prompt revival of industry in the United States men now out of work will find employment and be­ come larger purchasers of farm products. This season's supply of "wheat cannot be increased, but the demand can be greatly increased, and that will carry up the price. Political promises of higher prices for wheat have been falsely made in the past, especially by the free traders in 1892, but now the actual...

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. — 16 October 1896

.v.-ir i*4. 11 J, A~ JOB PRINTING THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFlCf £S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOITT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The Weekly Transcript will be sent to any address in Morrison county till Jan. i, 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. A. P. McRae, of Swanville. was a Little Falls visitor Wednesday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. Brawn Sunday morning. The semi-monthly ghost-walk at thePineTree mills occurs Wednesday. The impurities in the blood which cause scrofulous eruptions are thoroughly eradicated by Hood's jSarsaparilla. Try it. Dr. Ivoliler, of Minneapolis, will visit Little Falls professionally Sat­ urday, Oct. 17. Thos. Bailey will have charge of the Democratic headquarters in the Tanner block. Experiments with rural free de­ livery of mail in Minnesota will be made in Dakota county. A marriage license was issued yes­ terday by the clerk of court to P...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 16 October 1896

LORD RUSSELL'S SISTER. Mother Superior of a Convent In Bu Francisco. Some persons will be purprised to learn that Sir Charles Russell, lord! chiet justice of Englaud, whose visit this country has attracted et much at­ tention, had a sister who ia a nun in Ban Francisco convent. Yet this is a SISTER MAIiY BAPTIST. fact. She is known now as Sister Mazy Baptist, and she is mother superior of the order of Sisters of Meroy in Cali­ fornia. The Russell family is a remarkable one, and almost every member of it has become distinguished in some way. There were 12 children, and of these 7 entered religions institutions. Of the boys Charles was the only one who en­ tered secular life. The others showed much the same qualities of mind as those he possessed—tho qualities which enabled him to rcach tho highest posi­ tion in tho legal profession. What {ife (laces the others would have taken in had they not devoted all their tal­ ents to tho church can only be guessed. Mother Russell came to this c...

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. — 16 October 1896

U* '•V &v [:. yri M1 Willii Send tor a set tor eaeh of th* children. Addrw WILLIMANTIC THREAP CO., Wlllimantlc, Conn. TINWARE, White Marble lame, Cement and BnlfllBgMaterial, & Buokeye Pumps, -v* Sath.Doon and Moulding, WOOD AND COAL Give^Relle^i^nc^io^Col^n^& Apply into '.he NoatriLi It 1 bsorbea. 3Rft" nriicrnridtR or "v mail 81A BH' 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. Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOHN DENNIS, Proprietor. Princeton Unicn: A quiet wedding occurred at the residence of Silas Howard, and the ceremony which Rev. J. S. Bouck performed at that time madeCoraHoward and Raleigh M. Pope of Mora, partners for life. Miss Howard is a popular and ac­ complished young lady, well known and universelly esteemed by the peo­ ple of Princeton. Mr. Pope is the editor and proprietor of the Kanabec County Times, and is a young man of promise...

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. — 16 October 1896

Count Accidentally Killed. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13.—A dispatch from Monterey says Count Bellestcs. fin artist, was shot dead by a man named Ahigher, who lived with him. Ahigher has been arrested. The shooting was accidental. It is said both men are .well known in Berlin. A. G. Hlghton's Latent Sentence. ST. PAUL, Oct. 13.—Alfred G. High, ton will be at* home at the Jackson, (Mich.) penitentiary for the next Ave years, having been sentenced by Judge Chapin at Detroit for forgery. High ton has served terms in Minnesota and Colorado. He will be remembered as the man who posed as a very wealthy man at Duluth and wanted to buy the Spaulding hotel. He hired a special train to come to St. Paul, but forgot his hotel and other bills. Does your dollar buy too xnuoh? Has the money which the farmer gets for Ilia orops too great a purchasing power? Ia there anybody who prefers dollars which will. bny few things to those which can be exchanged for many things? If so, yon can easily be accom­ modat...

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. — 16 October 1896

,1 It ,1 I'ii He Makes a Short Speech at the Ball Grounds Near tho N. P. Deoot. Bare Assertion That is In Contradiction of Existing Conditions. The Itryan train reached liere Jit 11:45 Tuesday foreiimwu and the Popocwit -a«di}iite forpiiesident spoke from a. istand erected on the bane IIMII grot-iiMls near the depot. Judge Shaw introduced him- He at attention to tlie fact. that mawy jrold nieu 8iad in» Cold. The fetaitement that ninny sliver men had no silver would have fot en equally true. H« then saM that the quantity of money was an important an the quality. We Naturally left the lni preeeion tb«t free silver coinage would make more money in the country. No free silver coujitry haw or ever had as much money per capita as tlie United States lias now, a»d Mr. Bryan knows it. There is no ground ikir believing ihat free coinage will make more uioney in circulation, and he did not attempt toebow that it would. HedeclHred that free sil*«er was in the interests of the masses. He has alw...

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. — 16 October 1896

1 fa l^raaidential Elector—T» B. ildenfiwi Elector—E. G. FFICIAL STATE BALLOT. erots-mark (X) opposite the name of eaoh candidate wish to voto fbr in the squares indicated by tho arrow. 'RESIDENTIAL WALKER—Republican—llsKI«LEY HOLMES—Republican—MoKIBLEV ^Presidential Elector-BURDETTETHAYER-Republican-llcKIBLEY Presidential Elector—CHARLES H. BUDD—Republican—MCKIULEY Presidential Elector—JAMES QUIRJp—Republican—lleKlilEY Presidential Elector—VALORA D. EDDY—Republican—lleKI LEY Presidential Elector—C. A. SMITH—Republican—MeKINLEY Presidential Elector—WARREN Presidential Elector—M. R. BROWN—Republican—HeKlNLEY Presidential Elector-WILSON BOKST-gj^'^-BRYAII Presidential Elector-HANS B. BJORGE-5|^ oc?at-BRV*" ^Presidential Elector-JAMES DILLON-g^Pj^-BRYAM POTTER—Republican—MoKIMLEY Presidential Elector-CHAS. d'AUTREMONT-®^^at-BRY*a Presidential Elector-JOHN H. IVES-^^J^at-BRYAa Presidential Elector-HARLOW H. BONNIWELL-j^3®Jat-BRY*ll 111 1 fj'Presidential Elector-JOHN DAY SMITH—£|™«£Jat-B...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 October 1896

sj&r- •rr VOL. 21. THE FIGHT IS WON. Morrison County More Sitrong ly Republican than In 1S94. Republicans, Renew Your Work, and Absolutely Crush The Opposition. The campaign lias progressed far •enough to satisfy any intelligent participant in the contest as to the probable result. Morrison county Is Republican. The free silver erase h»»B not mis­ lead the voters, and they will not follow the false promises of the free trade and free silver schemers, who toope to again deceive the people into placing the Democratic party in power. As the time approaches for the election thie, Republican princi­ ples of protection, sound money and good county management become daily stronger with the people, and in "Morrison county they will be en­ dorsed by an overwhelming vote. Ttee national result in beyond doubt. Wm. McKtuley will be elect­ ed president, and lie will be sup­ ported by a Republican congress. It is no time for any Republican voter to hesitate About retaining his allegiance to t...

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. — 23 October 1896

2 s? I Ii?}'-#*!' r.if AccordiDfr to JF. H. Feivy, the elevator man, Me farmers of Min­ nesota will gain from $10,000,000 to $12,000,000 toy the rise in the price of wheat. Maakato Free 'Press: Towue, Lind and 3Day insist "that they are as good Kepublicans as ever. It is noticeable, thowever, that all their associations are with the crowd who never claimed to be Republicans. Buskin, the .great art critic, who has been insane for many years, is now reported to have re­ covered his mental faculties'. His disorder was in the form of acute melancholia, and he was con­ sidered incurable. The Episcopal church ot the United Status is about to organize a brunch of work similar to the Salvation .Army. The members will lx* uniformed and under mili 1 .iiy disipline and will preach in the streets aided by bands of music. All those 'churls :nil statistics that Towns and oih fr«e silver ites have constt uct to show wheat and silver up and down in price together are not in use just now, .and "Coin...

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. — 23 October 1896

p* y? ff?£5 ]fe 1$ *•*. •*$ Laws and Constitutional Amendments. Synopsis of Lbw and Amendments to tlie Constitution, proposed by the Legislature for submission to the voters of Minnesota at tli® General Election to be lield on tbe 3rd day of November, A. D. 1806. At the general I election to be held In .be State of Minnesota on tbe 3rd day of No­ vember, A. 1. 181)0, tne rolloi.ma .a». u..il Amendments proposed by the legislature of snld state at the last session thereof, will ie submitted for adoption or rejection, viz.: I-\-' An act will be submitted to the people of this state for their approval or rejection at the next general, election, entitled: "An act relating to the taxation of certain lands owned by railroad companies in this state,and repealing laws and parts of laws relating to the'taxation of the same, ana to provide for the submission of this act to the people of this state for their approval or rejection So far as-material the act Is as follows: "Sec, 1. All lands in ...

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. — 23 October 1896

if A Ignatius Donnelly 'baa eecaped ,'iftom his libiary, and is delivering ''campaign speeches. The postoffice wrangle in St. Paul has been ended by the ap­ pointment of ex-Mayor Robert A. graith to succeed H. A. Castle. ,: $r Bryan is seeing more people who will vote against him than have ever before been seen by candidate for president.—St Louis Globe Democrat. ,/j. —1 & The wheat crop is short this yjar and the price has naturally Advanced. It will take a mightier power than silver orators to repeal the law of supply and demand. The reports of the world's fair commission will make forty vol umes of 800 pages each. The financial statement will show balance in favor of the government xf about $24,000. Bank robbery seems to be an unhealthy occupation this season Three men who robbed a Colorado .bank Wednesday were cornered as they were leaving the building, and all werp fatally shot. Thomas F. Bayard, embassador to Great Britain, in a letter to fricud in the United States says t...

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