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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 October 1896

DAY BUN Democratic Candidate Talks From Early Morning Until Late at Night. He invades McKinley's County Speaking to Crowds at Every Stop. Yeliow Badges Very Notice­ able in the Republican Strongholds. A TIFFIN, 0., Oct. 21.—MR Bryan's sec ond day in Ohio ended in this city after .midnight. He had already retired but was aroused and spoke briefly to a large crowd. Mr. Bryan reached Bellaire, O., at 8 a. m. and addressed the crowd assem­ bled at the station for 15 minutes. At Bridgeport the wearers of the yellow badge were numerous, but the shouters for the triple nominee were strong enough to drown the cheers for the -Republican candidate. Martin's Ferry turned out a crowd which was "to a good extent hostile to the views of the candidate. There were gold badges worn by- a large por­ tion of his audience and cheers for Mo Kinley alternated with cheers for Bryan. There were stops at Yorkville and Brilliant and at those places Mr. Bryan simply appeared on the platform and acknowledged t...

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. — 23 October 1896

fITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THB TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED KVEHY KRIJ\Y. Wii |V SUBSCRIPTION! 6ne year.... Biz month# Three months *0 AWKSTIBING HATES LOW. LITTLE FALLS, MINN The uiost prosperous period in the nation's history was the twenty vears following the "crime °f '73." _____ A treasury depaitment state­ ment just issued shows that $2, 700,000 silver dollars were coined during the past month, the mints running to their full capacity. When Bryan spoke at Iron Mountain, Mich., Mark Hanna ordered his mine closed that the 600 employes could hear him speak. The pay of the men was not cut f»r loss of time. The inventor of the corn cob pipe is dead, and another bene­ factor of the poor man is no more. But as he leaves a factory which turns out daily 25,000 of these necessaries, his loss will not be deeply felt. Since the beginning of this cam­ paign of education, 150,000,000 Republican documents have been •distributed from the Chicago headquarters. They would weigh about 1,200 to...

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. — 23 October 1896

ssf A* L'„ JOB PRINTING THE TRASSURIPT JOB OFFICE «S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. The Northern Pacific pay car went •river the line Wednesday. Burglars are doing a flourishing business in St. Paul this month. The ladies of the French Catholic •church will give a supper ou election •day, Nov.*3. A marriage license was issued Sat­ urday to Stephen Tougas and Clara Brosseau. The Winnipeg Rowing club will -enter its champion four-oared crew Vf?", I"- in next year's Henley regatta. A marriage licence was issued Tues­ day to Frank J. Posch and Miss Frances Thomalla. v- M^School rwwaru cards, birthday -cards and Easter cards also tine line of Oxford Bibles lit Tuttle's News Stand. J.J. Rassier is building a porch ,and making other improvements on I-', iiis bouse on Second street northeast. Catarrh is a constitutional disease I And requires a constitutional remedy Jike Hood'sSarsaparilla, which puri ties the blood. Jasper French and Chas. Wright Jeft Wedn...

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. — 23 October 1896

8 mSFsi IRELAND ON THE ISSUES Archbishop of St. Paul Dis­ cusses the Present Polit­ ical Situation. Excepting the Civil War It's the Greatest Crisis in Our History. Chicago Platform, He Asserts, Means Destruction of Social Order. A number of the leading bankers, business and professional men of St. .Paul addressed a communication to Archbishop Ireland, under date of Sept. 29, asking his opinion of the present political crisis. The archbishop took plenty of time to consider the matter, and finally indicted the following re­ ply: I am not unwilling, in the crisis through which this country is now pass­ ing, to speak for the integrity of the no­ tion, for social order, for the prosperity of the people, for the honor of America and the permanency of free institutions. I /„m a citizen of the country, concerned in all the interests of the nation subject to all the responsibilities of citizenship. To toe silent when words of mine may be of Home profit to the people would be cow­ ardice, wo...

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. — 23 October 1896

Boilers always on band. 5ewon A Button withWillimantic Star Thread and it will stay put on a patch with Willimantic Star Thread and it will hold. Do all your sewing with Willimantic Star Thread. It is the strongest, smoothest, best finished spool cotton made. Ask your dealer for Willimantic Star Thread. Send 24 oents and receive six spools of thread, ray color or number, together with Jbur bobbins for your machine, READY wound, AND MI Instructive book about thread and aewlng. Free. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO* Willimantic, Cop- HARDWARE, TINWARE, White Marble Idme, Cement and BuffingMaterial, Buckeye Pumps, "V Sash, Doors Pretty new stylish Roods 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. CORSETS CHEAP. A large assortment of ribbons which I will sell|at very very low prices. Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTI...

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. — 23 October 1896

lO 1 TH?P()PULAt| CANDIDATE FOR, MIL PARTIES" Chief oat ice Richardson D]rlg|. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. -Chief Justioe William A.'BfcHardfi6n o£ the court of «laims is lyirig ^t tlie point of death at his home in this city. He is Buffering from a complication of diseases and owing to his advanced age, 74 yean, has been unable'to stay their progress, .. in' (1 7.-i Steamer Australasia Burned. STCRateotf Bk!t, Wis., Octr. 19.—The big steamer Australasia, owned by James Oorrigan Of thii city, ir'aa fy&rned on Lake l£iohigah| and now lids at die bottom of Whiteflsh bay. The sttianie* was valued at f60,0Q0, and was loaded with a cargo of 2,000 tons of coal. A Flaee For l£verythlag. Geoiigla man applied for a'rtivoroe on the ground that his wife- "had whipped him ltf tfaepresence'of company." The jury granted him a divorce, return­ ing the following vezdlot: "In the opinion of this here jury the wife committed a grave offense in publicly whipping the plaintiff. She should have taken him t...

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. — 23 October 1896

7 COUNTY FINANCES. The Same Old Democratic Pro gram of Ignoring County Finances. Is. 'ijfc jn ,They Ignore this Issue and Avoid Discussion Of It. Two years ajfo. in the emu pa ten of 1894, the Republican pa pers, i-nii didates Mini speakers eve'-.v where called tin* attention of the voters and taxpayers to the results of Dem­ ocratic control in Morrison county, wherby floating debt of nearly $25,000 had been built up. Also that the expenses for the previous year had been more than the income by over $10,000. The Democrats avoid ed the issue as much as possible in the campaign, and made all sorts of efforts to belittle the issue, and declared that the Democratic man O UKement had been all right. The Republicans, however, forced the question of county management to .. -the attention of the voters, and the result was a sweeping Republican victory. The Republicans had plainly promised to run the county within its income, and they did. The revenue expenses were $1,753 03 lees than the re...

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. — 23 October 1896

rfMft "filS# Presidential *r/ £1: 7 S'- s:^' ""I it':" !:..' •..:. .: v. jfeSB&S wbhem ttiMoKWiinunff v.*.9K5S2"-/'' .. I-, Presidential Elector—T. B.WALKER—Republican—MoKIMLEY Firesidential Elector—E. G. HOLMES—Republican—MoKIHLEY Presidential Elector—HANS B. BJORGE— SlSJcJat-8RY«" Presidential Elector-JAMES DILLON-g®^®Jat-BRYAR *.'•5. f-"s Presidential Elector-JAMES P. PINKHAM-Prohibition-LEVERIRQ Presidential Elector-OLE KRON—Prohibition—IEVERIRB Presidential Elector-BENJAMIN W. HOW-gj2oc?it"-Mt"ER Presidential Elector-JAMES S. 0'BRIEN-g®^°°^t-PALIIER Presidential Elector-JOHN VON ROHR-j^JJJ^-MUKt Presidential Elector-ANTON SCHAEFER-gj£°°J*t—PALBIER STATE BALLOT. Put a cross-mark (X) opposite the nimiof eieh candidate you wish to vote for In the squares indicated by the arrow. Elector.-BURDETTETHAYER~Repu£lican--llcWIILEY Presidential Elector—CHARLES H. BUDD—Republican— MeKINLEY Presidential Elector—JAMES QUIRK—Republican-—MoKIHlEV Presidential Elector—VALORA D. EDDY—Republic...

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. — 30 October 1896

VOL. 21. on good tarms. Office in Lindbergh Block, ie DULUTH'S NEW BISHOP. What is Said of Him in the Papers of His Home. The Ogdensburg, N. Y., Journal says: The announcement of hie elec­ tion to the- bishopric of the new diocese of Duluth by the house of bishops of theEpiscopal church came an an absolute surprise to Dr. Morri­ son, as he had been consulted in no way In connection with the matter and did not know that his name was under consideration. We think we may fairly say in behalf of the people of the city, of all creeds and of no creed, that they sincerely hope that he may remain witli us and continue the noble work 'which he is doing. Ogdensburg, and, indeed, all north­ ern New York, can ill afford to lose Dr. Morrison. He is in every avenue of life a valued and respected citizen, and we should have more like him instead of.less. At the seme time, it cannot be denied that the election of Dr. Morrison to be bishop of the northern diocese of Minnesota is a great honor. It sh...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 October 1896

mi "A VICIOUS PRINCIPLE." "What I denounce Is a Protective Tariff levied purely and solely for the purpose of protection. It is false economy and the most vicious political prin­ ciple that has ever cursed this country." Bryan's speech in congress. Bryan introduced a bill to place lumber on the free list, and helped to pass a bill that has closed hundreds of saw mills in the United States, and throw thous­ ands of men out of work. That is why Mr. Bryan saw so many gold men in Little Falls "without any gold." Bob Ingersoll explains the fool ishness of the free silver-more money argument as follows "Now, my friends, if the govern ment can make money by law why should it collect taxes? Think of the government making a poor man pay $10 taxes when it can striKe off a thousand dollar bill in a second!" The Herald says the Republican claims of economy were ,4al buncombe." That is easy to say But when a comparison of the Democratic administration in Mor rison county in 1893 with that of the...

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. — 30 October 1896

f/ P.- •V). "isps •. .'.v ^:t.V:^:-'.:!,i^V ,rt '«.'.\/"'.: .•'• :.'.••• •. '.". ."-• Laws and Constitutional Amendments. Synopsis of Law* and Amendment* to the Constitution, proponed by the Legislature tor submission to the voters of Minnesota at the a E to the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1800. At the general election to be held In .ho State of Minnesota on the 3rd day of No­ vember, A. U. iSUii, lac toilo.i iii,-, .au. :uiil amendments proposed by the legislature or said state at the last session thereof, will be 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 tills state, and repealing la^vs nnd parts of laws relating to the taxation of the some, and to provide for the submission of this act to the people of this state for their approval or rejection." ,, So far as material the- a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 October 1896

1 Ife is passing strange how many vpeople aro daily being "coereed" ^into going to Canton, 0., to see and hear McKinley. Harper's weekly for October 31st, as the last number to be (issued before the presidential elec­ tion, will be largely devoted to the ^pictorial side of the campaign, and will contain a double-page draw­ ing by De Thulstrnp of the Rotunda 'of the Auditorium Hotel iti Chicago, headquarters for cam paigners of both parties. The free-and-unlimited-coihage of-silvec fellows tell us that "ten mills make a cent, teu cents make a dime, and ten dimt make a dol­ lar," etc. The fact is we learned that years ago, in the country school hou^e down at the cross roads. Yt-s, in ordinary times, ten mills make a cint, but there iiie more* than ten saw mills that aren't doing it, these daye. Minneapolis Lumberman *?l,Niw York World:—Can any farmer in the land now believe that the price of silver regulates the price of wheat? With the fact staring him in the face than an increased f...

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. — 30 October 1896

Ss iv*, s»|r»cl tV |H I *, .. .T INCREASED REGISTRATION There1 Are Now 1,253 Male Voters Registered in the Poll Lists of This City. Tuesday of this week was the last L)day in which the voters had an op portunlty to put their names on the poll lists, and the large increase In 1n *the different wards of the city «hows that the voters this year are particular to see that thev frill have -an opportunity to vote. The total registration of male -voters of this city is 1.253, tniich larger than heretofore, and the in­ dications are that fully thut many ballots will he cast on election day. I.adies have the privilege of i, voting for their choice of can­ didates for superintendent of schools •and eighteen names were added to the lists—14 in the First war ahd 4 1n the second precinct of the Second ward, making the total including the ladies, of 1271 names on the p'»)l lists of the city. This number ml is divided as follows: First ward 420 Kecond ward 1st precinct 258 Second ward 2nd precinct...

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. — 30 October 1896

prw'*^ irrrLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT B) i?hk Transcript Pi Co CJBi :»BV!-a\ ••RM\Y. -•!•••.. 'JRVTI'^* One ye., 91 l0 Six moul Iim 75 Three in mtu.. 40 .' A.nVKPTIPTN'? RATRS TOW LITTLK PALIS, MINN Workiugmen 'V thout any Work." On Jan. 15, 1892, Wm. J. Bryan introduced a bill in congress re­ moving the protective duty on lumber. He voted for the present law that places lumber on tha free Ijiw. Gi ve the Am ric-m ].-ib«r rs a protectiv tariff Is^w o:i lumber, and th-j saw mill employee wili h.-iv^ consider­ able moie money. When thi mills do not run, the men cti.not earn wages. When Canadian lumb supplies the_ American demand, American mills must shut down. .No wonder .\lr. Bryan doi-a not want to .!k the tariff issue in Minnesota. While this Popocrat candidate for prside it saw "gold men without a .y go) 1," he also saw workingmeu without any work. But it was all a good joke to this grimacing cLstroyer of American euterprisjs It ninde Mr. Bryan jhugh to think of it. It was so funny! But ...

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. — 30 October 1896

5 JOB PRINTING km THE TRANSCRIPT JOB OFFlCt €S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Rev. Robert P. Herrlek. of Minne­ apolis, preached at the Congrega­ tional church Sunday. A marriage license was issued Sat •urday afternoon to Emil Reblschke -and Hulde Sell vvanke. Thos. ±0. Rutherford and A. O. Peterson, of Brainerd. were in the city Sunday, making the trip on their wheels. Others have found health, vigor and vitality in Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it surely has power to help you -ttlso. Why not try it. Several of our citizens, who were at St. Cloud Sunday attending the funeral of Leo P. Brick, returned home Sunday night. Simonet Bros., the furniture dealers, will give an art display at their store on the afternoon and evening of Wednesday Nov. 4. lQF"Dr. Roberta now lives at Hotel Buck man office in Rhodes block. J. J. McRae, of Swanvill®, came in yesterday on his bicycle. Mr. Mc­ Rae is confident ot a good Republic­ an majority in his town. Freo Desch ha...

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. — 30 October 1896

tfrf 1 1'ri Chaii rna .'• f. .SUPMOARRKIFUMWSBFAATF tit Democratic Camps tin Committee Fig­ ures on Returns. Estimates Bryan's Strength at 300 Votes and His Elec­ tion aCer tainty. Nominee Opens His Chicago Campaign by Making Many Speeches. CHICASO, Oct. 28.—Chairman Daniel J. Campari of the Democratic national campaign committee has received tele­ graphic reports from each state chair­ man in the Union, giving estimates based on the latest information as to how the different states will record their votes. This is tho last formal re fiort that will be made by the ehurmau of the different state committees. Mr. /Campau said "The Democratic national committee awaits he result of lext w&ek'n elec "r tion with serene cnnficle..co. William Jenniu(:s liryau will bo elected by the largest majority given, ai.y president (i In a UoHi tcr «f I entury. He will have more than 300 votes in \1 the electoral college. Onr reports from the middle Western states show the «ffect of his wonderful 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. — 30 October 1896

is i-f' Mi IW, TINWARE, White Marble lame, Cement and Bnifling:-: Material, Bnokeye Pumps, Bash, Door* 6 and Moulding, WOOD AND COAL KPl ,VI ji«? "After series of tests st oar period of seven! months, we have decided to use the Willimantic Star Thread believing it to be the best Spool Cotton now in the market and strong tecommenlitto all sgents, purchasers, and users of the Singer Machines* ULX Little Lalls Iron Works. MAOHINKRY .'. SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY SHAFTING. 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. IQT Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOHN* Dennis, an- HATS CHEAP FOR CASH AT KMR^ 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. CORSETS CHEAP. A large assortment of ribbons whic...

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. — 30 October 1896

wmm. iiv' ®!»Vv ig:.fev WM P^'' ^ife. iiti" I1 •?-, il SUSS'- i: ft. |«n m-. SWIIPiHS SSPSfcfS' i-SIl!!^^ K-K.-i-.j^i,?r»'''s,':.-_.,i'' ', 'X-A •"),'.:\v AN tra/ MINOR ITEMS OF INTEREST. Snow to the depth of afoot fell in portions of England last week. At a meeting of the master bakers of London the price of bread was raised a halfpenny per loaf. Hon. Edwin Willets, who was as­ sistant secretary of agriculture nnder Secretary Rusk, died at Washington Saturday. The French cabinet has deoided to instruct the consul general of France at New York to make a special study of the international financial situation. The president has appointed George F. Moore, at present assistant district attorney for the middle district of Ala bama, to be.United States attorney for that district, yice Clayton, removed for active participation in politics. Sketch says that Mr. Gladstone is about to become a cyclist. His little grandchild, Dorothy Drew, rides well, and it is explained that her learning to r...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 October 1896

TTis Forming into line at the depot the procession marched to the lty, its numbers being increased at every step until a halt was made in front of the Buckman hotel, when the pro­ cession was fully two thousand strong. After music by both the Brainerd and Royalton bands, tne procession was again formed, and the vast multitude, wildly enthusiastic, es­ corted the speaker from the hotel to the opera house. Only a few of the Brainerd Zouaves entered the hall as the crowd was to ir 1 argeforits capacity and as the Brainerd people will have an oppor­ tunity to hear Judge Morris in their own city they desired to give an opportunity to all the Morrison county people possible. Tendered Judge Page Morris by the Citizens of Little Falls Monday Evening. Torchlight Procession and Parade Two Thousand Strong Honor Our Next Congressman The Opera Hou se was Filled with TTis Admirers and Many More Were Turned Away. A magnificent audience greeted Judge Page Morris,, our next con­ gressman, at the ope...

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. — 30 October 1896

Sip* m-t Put a cross-mark (X) opposite the name of each candidate wish to vote for in the squares indicated by the arrow. PRESIDENTIAL ^Presidential Elector—T. B. Presidential Elector—E. G. HOLMES—Republican Presidential Elector-BURDETTETHAYER-Republican-MeKllltEY Presidential Elector—CHARLES H. 'Presidential Elector—JAMES QUIRK—Republican—MoKINLEY Presidential Elector—C. A. Presidential- Elector—VALORA D. EDDY—Republican—MoKINLEY Presidential Elector—WARREN Presidential Elector—M. R. BROWN—Republican—MoKINLEY Presidential Elector-WILSON Presidential Elector-CHAS. d'AUTREMONT Presidential Elector-JAMES DILLON—democrat—BRYAN Presidential Elector—OLE Presidential Elector-JAMES P. PINKHAM-Prohibition-LEVERINO :"vvv«.y^ ••'.V: "Xy .•''f'/rV-"-" "ifSt-ir OFFICIAL STATE BALLOT. WALKER—Republican—MoKIMLEY MoKINLEY BUDD—Republican—MoKWlEY SMITH—Republican—MoKINLEY POTTER—Republican—MoKINLEY BOKST—]^^at-BRYAN Presidential Elector-HARLOW H. BONNIWELL~^|^J^at~BRYAN Presidential Elector—JOHN DA...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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