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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 6 November 1896

I-Cv VOL. 21. 1 iw £,Vo 'i K: Marrisos. and on good tarms. AND ST. PAUL and DULUTH R. R. ..IN COT Company's Pricss, 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 FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cent MONEY TO LOAN Entire Congressional Delega­ tion and the Legislature Republican. North and South Dakota In­ complete and Somewhat Doubtful. Br. PAUL, NOV. 6.—Sixty-five coon* MM in Minnesota have been heard from practically complete, and the result by oounties bean out all that has been published in these dispatches regarding the McKinley- vote in Minnesota. Them counties aggregate 45,811 major ity for McKinley over Bryan, but these figures may be reduced somewhat by late returns, although judged by the vote of four yean ago there might be no change by the remaining counties. For governor the sa...

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. — 6 November 1896

s, if1 fe» lai A Real Wild West Show. On Drtnmmond island, one of the Manitoulins, in Lake Huron, in the olassio town of Potaganissing. At day­ break not long since the Potaganissing ers were awakened by a series of the tnost horrid, ear splitting shrieks and Whoops they were ever forced to listen to. The sound came from the bay in front of the town. The Potaganissingers gave one glance in that direction and made for their log cabins in double qnick tiiue. They barricaded the doors as best they might and then dived under beds or wherever they might get out oi easy gunshot range. In the bay were a number of canoes loaded to the edges with the most gro­ tesque lot of Indians ever seen outside of a Parisian artist's canvas. They were painted red, black and green. Their heads were covered with the eagle feather arrangement familiar in the old Indian histories. They were loaded with all the knives, pistols, guns, re­ volvers and hatchets they could carry. Like old iron these deadly weapo...

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. — 6 November 1896

""""Tr' tj- -•••,• -V -. ,» ,,^.-r.« 'WHW*^' ''r'' -:5|l ,' .m rr 1 OUB RUSSIAN GUEST. PRINCE HILKOFF VISITS AMERICA ON A BUSINESS MISSION. He Xa the Imperial Commissioner of Ways and Communication and Come* Here to Study Our Systems of Railway and River "7 *4 Transportation—He Know* HI* Bnslne—• The visit of Prliioe Miohael Hllkoff, one ct the most progressive Russians of all the millions ruled by the czar, seems to have been almost ignored by the world of sool *ty, which 1s usually so eager to lionise foreign nobility. As a matter of fast, PRINCE HILKOFF. though, the prlnoe does not come as a so­ cial envoy, but he is here strictly on busi- Prlnoe Hllkoff oomes here to, study our wonderful systems of railway and river transportation, with a view of applying some of the lessons we have learned to the vast expanses of bis own great country. He wants to take a comprehensive glance at the immense stretches of steel rails which gridiron the states and to study the diffi­ culties whloh ...

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. — 6 November 1896

'iS§^r L°8T.AN ARMi A. W. MacRae Accidentally Shot Himself Monday, 8? Shattering his Arm. »»,5 .! ^5, W. MncRae proprietor of the Studio and music store oil ^Broadway, met with a palbful ac |cident Monday forenoon, which re­ sulted in the lo«8 of his left arm. Mr. MacRae? who is a very enthu­ siastic sportsman, wan hunting on the east bank of the river auri while walking along the bunk he stumbled and fell, discharging the gun The entire charge of the gnn passed through his left wrist, shattering tne bones in a frightful manner. The injured man was able to walk •up to the residence of A. Slmonet, on FlrKt street southeast, but was unable to go further, his strength being exhausted from the great loss of blood. He was taken to the hospital, and It was found necessary to am­ putate his arm at about half Way between his elbow and wrist. Mr. MacRae is now very weak from the great loss of blood, but the doctors are confident that he will recover. The loss of a band is a great affliction ...

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. — 6 November 1896

Ir 4 et 1 ve 1 4 r» ORIGIN OF THE BOERS. 1k«r Xeft France In 16M nd Cape Colony. I* la extremely interacting, says Mr. •Ganthony in The Sketch, to Inquire a* to "Who and what the Boers really are and •wheatoe comes this heroio and stubborn de fente of their righto whioh haa exalted these Soath African agriculturists in the ••yes of the world. After the revocation of the erilot of Nantes by Louis' XIV num­ bers of Huguenots, in $688, left Franoeand settled in Cape Colony under the Dutch, who then had possession of it, which gov -eminent at that time denied the very prlv-1 lieges to the Huguenots that their de­ scendants and thoseof the Dutph have un­ til recently denied the Johannesborgerg, j which has led to this unfortunate revolt against the government of the Transvaal, AS in the eighteenth century it led io the French exodus from Gape Colony. Two centuries ago, when the Huguenots in Cape Colony presented a petition to the government for electoral rights, Van der Stell was enraged...

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. — 6 November 1896

iV r«w:?,"7''', if V» 6 MTTLE FALLS H1NSCRIPT. &r BY TBB TRANSCRIPT PUB. (JO. eUBLlBHKU EVEHY *'K10tY. SUBSCRIPTION*. On* year fits months.......... -Three months... X.ITTLB FALLS, TOte,b„t tU, victory will the people. mr\ «.» 76 «0 ADVERTISING RATB8 LOW MINN The victory means a restora­ tion of confidence, on assurance that the American laborer and manufacturer will be from foreign competition, the money standard will not be thafc reduced to the silver basis, and that personal and property rights will be respected. The people hate shown their confidence in the Republican party, and the overwhelming j,een That man Hanna is a lulu. Wheat jumped up, and silver down in this'"enemy's country." Morrison county is Republican, and it was found in the McKinley column. Meyer's sorrow over the defeat of Goulet, Morin and Rasicot is very affecting. The laboringmen evidently didn't believe their dollars pur­ chased too much. This is the year the Republicans were to make gains iu Pierz and t...

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. — 6 November 1896

WW |V 4 TJt 'WuL».y ^jf-v*, -*-T^ M,'-\ 1 JOB PRINTING THE TRANSCRIPT JOB IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL THOUGHOUT. MEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Llnd'i) majority in the county is 306. Page Morris carried tbe city of Little Falls by 37 majority. McKinlcy. jrris and ClouRh all carried the city of Little Falls. Many a day's work is lost by sick headache, caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill lor overcoming' such difficulties L. D. BBOWN. {Secure your seats for the Seorgia Graduates, who will be here Friday bight. Reserved seats for the Georgia University Graduates can be -hud at L. D. Brown's drugstore. We join with Hounsom, Houde and Batters in extending our sym­ pathy to their chum, C. A. Towne. (^School reward cards, birthday cards and Easter cards also tine line of Oxford Bibles at Tut tie's News Stand. Miss Maud Buckman entertained a number of $her school mates at a holloween party Saturday evening. The little son of Mr. ...

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. — 6 November 1896

8 A Stage Driver Meld Up by His :/n Son. TBAGEDT OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL. rhe FaUl "Mistake of riuff Old Tom Ad tou' Wayward Son—Belli l/'p the Wrong Stage—A Friend of Kit Canon and His Pitiful End. "Never a braver man than Tom Adams ever ait a saddle or pulled a trigger." That Is what Kit Carson wild at Puelilo, Colo., a few days before ho died in 1809. General Carson's remark was called out by the news of the terrible calamity that' had befr.llen his old friend and comrnde a short time before. Tom Adams had been a frontiersman •nd a trusted companion of Bridger. Car­ son, Williams and other splendid charac­ ters of the same type. When Bon Halliday established stages beyond the Great Divide, Tom Adams becuino a driver and shared Hunk Monk the reputation of being of th'o bravest atul most reliable men held the lines above four ilying 'No passenger was ever hurt while I on the box, and no road agent ever mo up. though tlio best of 'orn planned and again to do it. This was said by Tom A...

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. — 6 November 1896

Moral: AGENTS FOE Picked Up In Church "m UK \YTvE SANTA CLAUft VS SOAP. a S4 \V\.VV Sold THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. Foundry and Machine Shop Manufacturers and Dealer in Enginesii Boilers, Steam Pipe and Fittings, HOUSE COLUMNS. IRON AND 8TEEI. BEAMS, TKUSS RODt ANCHOR IRONS, SASH WEIGHTS, ETC. Special Attention Given to All Kinds of TCTTT.T. ENGINE AND BOILER REPAIRS For wees Ete., STEVENSON BROS. & CO. Stoves, Tin Ware, Sash, Doors, Mould­ ing, Building Paper, Paints, Oils, and Tarnish. WAGONS AND BUGGIES SLEIHS AND CUTTERS. BLAOESMithinG In^all its Branches Neatly, Sub­ stantially and Promptly Done. lagon and Carriage Painting a Speciatly. •"RAPID wsssi £sir.r rAfl8irt3.$7s a week. Exclusive t.rriu.rj. Thr KapM DhkWaibrr. Wuiiei allIbr disbei for a family inocn Biouir. Viibta, r'.Dtci and drira ib»m wltlioac wetting l!ic bauds. You pub the buuon, the nj»cbin»il0M tbe rnu Brirh', polUberi and ebaerfal wl««. Jo ica.o... .flDCm.BaMlledhaDdior clotMw 'So broken dlrfhei.n...

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. — 6 November 1896

10 A A Germany's Position in Europe Not Improved by the Rupture. HAMBURG, Nov. 21.—The Hamburger Kachrichten, the organ of Prince Bis* tnarck, has another artiole on the sub­ ject of tho Rus.o-German treaty which terminated in 1800, and the disclosure of whioh by The Nuchrichten has cio eted snch a sensation in Europe. This article is entitled "The Russian Treaty," and describes Prince Bis­ marck's entente with Russia as a bril­ liant sucoess of German statesmanship. The article then proceeds to say: "We do not admit that approachment with Russia had lost all valufe by the con­ clusion of the dreibund treaty, nor will our allies share this opinion. Recon­ ciliation is not unknown nor undesfarei by them. On the contrary, it haul been noted with satisfaction that Germany Always employed the Russian entente to Prevent and Settle Difference* between Russia and Austria. Had Austria and Italy thought otherwise, they would during the reign of Em­ peror William I have made representa­ tion ...

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. — 6 November 1896

Mt IS^: IK fe im ife 'h C--- LITTLE FALLS. Gas or Obtunder for Painlessextrac tlon of Teeth. Office over First National Bank. DR. WM. fN NEWS OF OUR RECENT PURCHASES of Fall goods should be good news for every man in this community. We have the handsomest stock of Fall clothing and furnishings we ever had, all the latest things, all the best things, and our prices, we are happy to say, are more attractive than ever* If you have your own Interest at heart and care for the well being of your pocketbook, come in. and see the new H. S. & M. guaranteed clothing. CLOTHES BEARING THIS LABEL®^" ARE WARRANTED. If only one magazine can be taken, we would suggest the REVIEW OF REVIEWS, as covtring more ground than any other magazine."—Board of Library Commissioners of New Hampshire, 1896. rfjj*HIS magazine is,»in its contributed and departmental x^y fea'. jres, what its readers, who include the most noted names of the English-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to date," "th...

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. — 6 November 1896

MINNESOTA'S PRIDE. FRESH FACTS ABOUT HER GALLANT Finer rl jIMcNT. The ions Chit, at Gpttygbnp* Snowed True Blond—Full f-i.'ory of ttao Organiza­ tion and Its Personnel—Roll of the Killed nd Wounded sr. Gettysburg fCopyright, 1896, by American Press Associa­ tion. Book ripVts reserved. 1 O ORE gallant deed is recorded in history," was General Han­ cock's tribute to the First Minne Hota for its for­ lorn charge at /Gettysburg July 2, 1808. Unlike many a brilliant feat of arms, the dash of the First Miuuksota that day wa? attended with the most palpable evi­ dences of the struggle gone through. Somebody got hurt, and the statement may be verified by reference to the roll of honor at the closo of this article. The regiment had a history before it broke all records on the field 'of des­ tiny. When the news reached Wash­ ington on Saturday evening, April 13, 1861, that Major Anderson had agreed to evacuate Fort Sumter next day. Gov­ ernor Ramsey of Minnesota, who hap­ pened to be on a vis...

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. — 13 November 1896

VOL. 21. on good tarms. Office in Lindbergh Block, SI Paul & Northera Pacific R. R. AND ST. PAUL and DULUTH R. R. Government Distributing An­ nuities to Those at White Earth. LANDS IN. Morrin aid Crow Win? Counties 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 FARMS in different parts of the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cent MONEY TO INDIANS IN HIGH FETTLE. DONA"1* TRETTEL, St. Paul Giobe: W. F. Campbell, a full-blooded Chippewa Indian, who has come to be a well known prac ticing attorney, came down yester-j day to St. Paul from his home at White Earth reservation. Mr. Campbell is on private business, but brings news that the Chippewas are in high fettle, owing to the fact that the government representatives are distributing the annuities To the, vorious tribes in this section. Al­ ready $90,000 ...

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. — 13 November 1896

ty'M Chairman Jones figures that the free silverites must shake Alfcgeld, Tillman and Debs. Congressman Towne has gone to Colorado to make a speech. He makes the kind of a speech that is liked—in Colorado. i.V St. Paul is agitating the propo­ sition to hold another winter carnival. The raw. material promises to be abundant this season. The English will submit the Venezuelan boundary dispute to arbitration. That is the sensible thing for both the United States and England, New York, Indiana and Ken­ tucky will elect The trouble over There will be a contest in the legislature over they membership from Benton County./ The re­ turns show a majority of 22 for Hall, Popocrat, over Coats, Re­ publican. Fraud and irregular­ ities are charged, and an appeal kwill betaken to the house of repre­ sentatives. The party leaders are doing some bluffing. Bryan and Jones were prompt to declare that the free silver "educating" would con­ tinue right along for the next four years. Hanna didn't hesitat...

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. — 13 November 1896

WILMS IN SPAIN. Ex-Qonsul General to Cuba -. Said to Be Abroad on a Secret Mission. Negotiating With Spaniards for a Friendly Settlement of Differences. May Make a Deal to Buy the Island With Uncle Sam's Guarantee. NEW YORK, NOV. 9.—The Morning Advertiser says: It is reported in this city that the ex-consul general to 'Ha­ vana, Ramon O. Williams, might be «xpected here from Europe in about 10 days. Although the fact of Mr. Will­ iams presence in Spain escaped the Tigilance of the newspaper correspond­ ents in the Spanish capital, it is never­ theless true that he has been in Madrid for three weeks past and in the imme­ diate circle of his family, it was an­ nounced that he was to leave for New York by one of (jbe North German liners on Saturday last. While the fact cannot, for obvious reasons, be definitely learned, it is generally believed by1 his personal friends that Mr. Williams' visit to Madrid has been made As Agent of the United States, with the view of making some arrange­ ...

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. — 13 November 1896

n«Vi- ,v. *t vu fefV S'/i»-\ Morris will support lican ticket in 1898. '^WivVtofj* ,. «A\ /A Now let business boom.' A"'"U ,«J:i\ "iri'ii !.•••:•-! the Repub- Illihois is to be congratulated upon the defeat of Altgel^. 1 Mr. Bryan will soon issue an ad­ dress—to tell why he was defeated. It is stated that orders have been placed for 60,000 freight cars since election. The next Minnesota house of representatives will have 99 Re­ publicans and 25 fusionists. The latest reports place dough's plurality over Lind' 3,406. Mc­ Kinley carries the state by over 60,000. Morrison county gave McKinley 226 majority over Bryan. As before observed, Morrison county is Republican. Ignatius Donnelly was elected to the house of representatives from Dakotah county, after a leave of absence of four years. It ia a safe guess that Towne has considerable respect tor the Republican party. It doesn't hesitate to punish traitors. The states where Bryan did his most vigorovs campaigning—thd middle western sect...

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. — 13 November 1896

I &vXft *^wu 9 -1 I S. 6 ub« tt/» 175 Ite all ik. iaiu. S&ifi AGREED ON.fqre -Dlniy and Pauncefote Sign a Treaty Covering the Ven ezuelan Dispute. ^Possession for Fifty Years to Constitute Title in Set­ tled Districts. Board of Five to Adjust Differ­ ences, With King Oscar as Arbiter. 1 WASHINGTON, NOV. 11.—The king of Sweden and Norway, Oscar II, has ^been chosen by treaty between the United States and Great Britain as the -fifth official arbitrator of the Venezue­ lan boundary question. The other four Arbitrators are to be designated, two by the lord chief justice of England and •two by the chief justice of the United States. This is the final and most im­ portant feature of the treaty for the •complete adjustment of the long pend­ ing Venezuelan controversy: The KING OSCAR ,II. treaty was concluded in Washington last night at the British embassy, Sir Julian Pauncefote representing her Britannic majesty and Secretary Olney the United States. Since the return of Sir Julian ...

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. — 13 November 1896

LCTTLB FALLS TR1NSCRIPT. BY THB TRANBCHIPT PUB. OB. PUBLIHHBD BVEEY FRIDAY. suBscniPriON! One year $1 BO 81* mootlm TO Three montbs....~. 40 ADVERTISING RATK8 LOW. LITTLE FAUS, MUiN T. Wateoii's letter of acceptance Is at last published. He used his own newspaper for the purpose. The Chicago Tribune prints a list of 275 mills and factories that hare resumed business since Noy. 3, giving employment to 155,495 men. The tramps are rushing to the cities. Nearly 100 applied to the authorities at Minneapolis for lodging the first night after the snow storm. St. Cloud has established a "home" for those without shelter. English papers are still sure that Great Britain does not recognize the Monroe doctrine. They are inclined to believe, however, that Great Britain recog­ nizes that the United States recog nizes the Monroe doctrine. Stillwater Gazette: While Clough ran behind McKinley several votes he got under the wire a-head of the combination entry and will have the pleasure of selecting ...

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. — 13 November 1896

?j& •i# iM- ji TT*. life ctive Page 7 ,Ms JOB PRINTING THE TMSliRIPT JOB OFFlGi ISTSOW~SUPPLIED^\VITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND KAPI1». I)r. Niven, Nov. 26 and 27. Loggers ''tin begin early this year. Koyaltuu schools have 160 pupils enrolled. The cabinet makers will now weary the public. The official returns of Morrison county are published today. Are you goiu^ to the social at H. A. Rider's this evening? Sure. P. H. McCormaek is now clerking in Herron & Lepper's clothing store. Marx & Co. o! St. Cloud, the cigar manufacturers, have removed to Des Moines, Iowa. I®*Dr. Roberts now lives at Hotel Bucknian office in Rhodes block. The crop of snow balls will be abundant by Jan. 1 county officers. St. Andrew's Brotherhood give a social at H. A. Rider's this evening to which you are invited. ffcgTSchool reward cards, biithday cards aud Easter cards also Hue line of Oxford Bibles at Tuttle's News Siand. L. D. BIIOWN. Wheat is going in the right direc­ tion, regar...

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. — 13 November 1896

8 Great Britain Accepts Our Proposition Regarding Ven ezuelan Matters. With Very Limited Exceptions All Questions Will Be Arbitrated. New Lord Mayor of London In­ stalled With the Usual Ceremonies. LONDON, NOT. 10.—In replying to a toast at the lord mayor's banquet last night Lord Salisbury, British premier, •aid:. "I thank Mr. Bayard for his presence here tonight and for his joining in the historic meeting. By the few words he has uttered he has raised his own plane of observation so high above the mere level of party that, though con­ trary to our practice to make observa­ tions on the internal politics of other states, I may be permitted without im­ pertinence to congratulate him upon the splendid pronouncement which the great people he represents has made in behalf of the principles which he at the basis of all human society. "It is rather like pathos to turn from that matter to the not very important controversy which his country and ours have had during the recent months. I on...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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