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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 November 1896

IK £•••. fc sf Be. "m Ri'' pr Kl Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors ,, j... [That could possibly be granted byvthe World's Fair 1 r/twmiMiAw^ was given to the manu&ctarers of lWlUimantic*StarTlircad' For quality, strength, smoothness, uniformity of texture—for everything that enters' into the man* nfacture of perfect spool cotton Willimantic Star Thread always leads the world. Onetrial wiM convince you of its, superior value* Ask your dealer for it. Band Ma and motif ritipooli of thraad, color or number, togsthar with four bobbin* tor your machine. rsadjr wound, aod en interesting book on thread and sawing, TIM. IWAWXIC HARDWARE, TINWARE, White Marble Time, Cement and Bniding Material, 3 CONSERVATIVE HOUSC. Little Lalls Iron Works. MACHINERY ,\ SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. 1 a til 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. IV Second-hand ...

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. — 13 November 1896

10 ft .. ENDkAVOR CONVENTION, e.rriin(em«ifiki Already Belnf STwIe For the July Meeting at 'Frisco. SAN FUANCISCO', NOV. 9.—The com­ mittee of '97 which has charge of the arrangements for the international Christian Endeavor convention to be held in San Francisco, Jnly 17 to 19,1897, is actively at work. The committee •will arrange for the transportation, ception NEW QUNS FOR CANADIANS JKVENL Hundred CUM RWMITM From til* Mother Country. 'QUEBBOI NOV. 9.—The steamer Mon rtevidean, which has arrived from Lon .don, brought several hundred cases of rztew rifles and ammunition for the Can radian military authorities. The con .-•ignment is apart of a large order which has been prepared by the impe* jHftl government for shipment to Can­ ada. The large shipments of arms and ammunition to Canada have a greater interest in view of the reported project ted increase of the British North Amer dean squadron at Halifax. In addition to the increase in the number of men •of war which will be assigne...

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. — 13 November 1896

10 Ml 0 ENDLAVOR CONVENTION. £rnin|r«nw(ib Already Keing Marie For the July Meeting it 'Frinco. SAN riiANOiscp', Nov. 9.—The com­ mittee of '97 which has charge of the arrangements for the international Christian Endeavor convention to be held in San Francisco, July 17 to 19,1897, is actively at work. The committee will arrange for the transportation, re­ ception and entertainment of probably 20,000 delegates from the eastern side of the Bookies. It has already secured from tho merchants of San Francisco, a guaranty f«nd of $18,600, which, with ,000 subscribed by the Christian En­ deavor union of San Franoispo and JUameda counties, gives $25,000 for the ^expenses of this gathering, which will :te the largest ever held west of the .Jlississippi. None of this fond will be applied to the personal expenses of any ,Individual attending the convention. NEW GUNS FOR CANADIANS Cavera! Hundred CMM Received From the Mother Country. •QUEBEC, NOV. 9.—The steamer Mon rtevidean, which has arrived...

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. — 13 November 1896

HiM iiH J! J! iitil -S V-J -m .|fl 'kS fifr .' 'SS r*ivn v. '^f ipri P5^St*V If'" K: IBpr m-m „8* fjN* •i9 •Mm 5 ,:S COUNCIL PROCEED! N0$.i First Estimate on the Sewer And Other Bills. Allowed. A The city council met In adjourned regular, session nt the council chambers Monday evening. All members present. motion duly seconded carried the following bills allowed: Tuttle & Son, supplies for city clerk. Geo Skinner, wood for city hall A Wilson, lumber Pine Tree Co., iumber and wood Hook & Ladder, services at false alarm October and were Mathleson R. It. tickets and sundries for poor $ Kerricb ft Moeglein, meat for city poor John Vertln, mdse. tor city poor Richard Bros., mdse. for city poor..... ..... 11 95 Mathleson, mdse.forclty poor....... GroHg, mdse. for city poor 9 90 6 61 4 83 7 30 14 75 Knowutua care of Krulluk two weeks....: Morrison, grading street on west side 6 00 15 00 Hoffman, insurance on city hail 24 00 VV Jones, plumbing city hall John Hamlin, helper for city ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 November 1896

:-t^ SfflBr' '. '•. •... •.* fi^'r 0:$:^ fci ^:/'. EsnSSMJSft! iu 1 fj' 4l iM & !&*• ft,'. ,/|iti 6, COUNCIL PROCEEDING^. j®&- '.. ..,.. !V Tuttle & Son, supplies for city clerk..^ Geo Skinner, 'wood for city hall A Wilson, lumber. Pine Tree Oo., lumber and wood Hook & Ladder, services at false alarm ..v Diamond, lumber.... Chemical Co. No. 1. services at false alarm Maurin, lamp chimneys and oil..." ..... Electric & Water Co., water for street sprinkling for October Electric & Water Co., hydrant rental for October Electric & Water Co., for arc lights from Sept. 15 to Oct. 31, bill of $312 rendered allowed 3 Van Buskirk, building election booths A Raymond, same I -. •••/'. .!• •&. I Told* ,y j^^P'.Fiript Estimate on vthe Sewer ."And Other Bills. Allowed. -•& The city council met In adjourned regular. session tit the council evening. All chambers Monday members present. (^n motion duly seconded carried the following bills allowed: and were Math...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 13 November 1896

1 'if1'* ^'S'V.JJ' m,, MZ5 1 S&P:' Ms? tEK*1fe' fai y' feP"1 6Mp?iV' Krrv" SCj-V-'.V•• j^] fi» fr Their Incoming Administration quested to Secure It Possible. 0 Nat in- -. ••••'. -. Vj&) heir National Congress at' dianapois Devoted Largely 'i to Resolutions. Large Number Adopted Includ ing One for' International Bimetallism. Re- if INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 12.—the day's cession of the Farmers' National con­ gress was largely devoted to resolutions and they were referred to the commit­ tee on resolutions as follows: Suggesting S. W. Allortion of Illinois as secretary of agriculture that it is the sense of this congress that women should be given the right of suffrage that the congress of the United States should take active measures to restrict undesirable immigration, discounte­ nance class legislation and discourage sectionalism. W. H. Hoffman of Illinois introduced a resolution to the effect that inasmuch as the supreme court of the United States had decided that the tax on in­ ...

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. — 20 November 1896

-f- tftj ft* VJq'HV^ VOL. 21. 1 on good iarms. sjews* ve Pago mmm ...,. AND PAUL and DULUTH R. R. 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 IMPROVED FARMS the above named counties, at low figures, upon terms to suit purchasers. Also have 9 per cant MONEY TO 10AN DONA"1* TRETTEL, Office iu Lindbergh Block, Little Falls, Minn. Traffic Stopped-in Montana Swanville Items. Helena, Mont., Nov. 18.-This Election is over and everything state and all others east ol and in- quiet. eluding Idaho are to-night shut off The Misses l.ena SullivaiMind Belle from the coast, owing to the land- stlth visited Sauk Centre friciius this slides and washlug out of bridges on week. the Northern Pacific and Great Northern railroads. Both systems have abandoned all through trains and are refusing to accept coast bound passengers. Both roads are lookingfor lines to carry tlieirfreight standing...

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. — 20 November 1896

KM u* W*' 2 V* are urging KinleyV cabinet thetreasury. E! in A as secretary of Duluth is at last to direct railroad ^connection the northern part of the river valley. BU®TBBGUP have with Red Avchbishop ilreland brands the recent rumors-concerning the dis­ pleasure with him at Rome as absurd* canards. OB GOLDENEOD. Kansas City Star: It is now definitely decided that the white daisy will not be the national flower. A .BELATED EXPLOSION. Boston'Herald: These mutter ings of the Popocrats sound very much like.firecrackers on the 5th of July. The amount of gold in the,New York banks and the United States treasury has increased $16,000,000 sijice ejection. 'Banks in all parts of the country have received gold, and it is paid rtit in place of other money wherever desired. Some «o(" the newspapers of the state aru very much afraid that St. Paul will secure an extra appropriation for the state capitol building this winter. The "fears" are doubtless well founded. The capitol will be completed ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

&4 ecti ve Page r— I 4a Kdttor*a ConfMtlona. Tears ago yonng and thoughtless man carrying on the profo—ion, trade or of a free lance ^^rnjtliBt^|«e-^ dig^tgrofhia position as assistant edi­ tor'of a great daily paper'A Those were the 'days when editors'wejre editors, when nobody dreamed 6f assigning the title of news editor or sporting edi­ tor to the xnan who. divided his. time between the soissors, the paste and Uie noisome and oleaginous flimsy or to the man Who knooked into shape tfae.effu­ sions of the sporting reporter. Those were the days alto when to be ad'assist­ ant editor was. to occupy a position of :responsibility, trnst and power, where­ as in these times the assistant edit&is too often nothing better than the edit­ or's secretary. The assistant editor and the free lance journalist were not far -apart in age. They had almost been •contemporaries at Oxford, bat the man of dignified position had a harassed and weary look, tired, eyes and a ragged beard, and the f...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

'ik fcA#1- '«»%, }j? The official returns give Clougli 5,560 moi votes than Liud. The wheat' receipts in the Northwest are not half what they were a year ago. 8* It is "stated that Mark Ha una •will not accept a position in Mc- Kin ley's cabinet. sp Electric power Falls is now from Niagaia supplied the street railways of Rochester. D. M. Clough received a larger percentage of the McKinlry vote in Morrison county than he did in the entire state. The nation's future looks dark, and civilization itself may pass away. Bryau's voice failed him in a speech at Lincoln Saturday evening. The official reports show that there was $1,627,055,614 in money in circulation in this country on Nov. 1. As Bryan said, it was mostly invisible. Since election there has been some serious talk of a war between the United States and Spain. The public declines to become excited oyer to unreasonable a rumor. Tow lie will deliver a few ad­ dresses in Colorado the last of the mouth, and then go to Washing­ ton ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

NT IE -Sentence of the North Dakota Murderer Commuted' to. Life Imprisonment. Intercession of the Trial Judge Had the Desired Effect on Governor Allin. .End of One of the Most Re­ markable Legal Battles of the Northwest. BISMARCK, NOT. 18.—Governor Allin has commuted the sentence of Myron JR. Kent, alias W. W. Pancoast, who was to be hanged Thursday for the murder of his wife, to life imprison­ ment, and he Will pass the remainder -of his days in the penitentiary at Bis­ marck, where is also lodged Thomas -Swidensky, the %norant Bohemian, who pleaded guilty to the actual mur­ der and accused Kent of being the in­ stigator of the crime. Kent was to have been hanged Nov. 12, but a respite was granted to Nov. 19. In the mean­ time all influence and power possible was brought to bear on the governor, and at the 11th hour he commuted the sentence. This decision was reached by Governor Allin, after two days of -exhaustive argument, in which Judge W. B. McConnell, M. A. Hildreth, at­ torne...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

$£ .. I mem If ft* M" WJ** S ws fi* 8 'iW' *#,!.: l.tTTLE FitLS TRANSCRIPT. BY THIS TRANSCRIPT PUB. OO. lk'\' eUBLIBHSD EVKRY KKIOVY. ", SUBSCKiHTIONs On* yeftr ....__ 4Ux month* ..... ?6 "iThfee months '•4j'- A 'VKRTTRING RATK8 IjOW XiTTLB FALM, MINN The mints are still doing some •business, but the mills attract more attention just now. ft Some' paper has suggested that Bryan goes on the stage, Sewall and Watson be the end men. when II D. B.HiU does not think the present a goood time for re­ organizing the Democratic party. No, it would be wasted work in a bad cause. Tom Reed, who was in Duluth this week, should have been asked if he supposed Morris would be on any committees. It is generally believed that Morris stands a better chance on the next house •committees than Towne does. Those Morris questions were about the most brilliant invention of the Popocrats. The city papers still repeat the rumor that Lind will contest dough's election. Lind and Chair­ man Hosing, of the 'state...

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. — 20 November 1896

?|U£y'.w fw'f. f*. IK •vf -1 s. #:'v •.,-r.l!.-'.,. a. 1 1 ,y N JOB PRINTING THE TBANSURIPT JOB OFFIGi is NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPIIK The official returns of the Sixth district are filially in, and Morris has 740 majority. Candidates for county office must file statements of their expenditures within thirty days after election. The St. Cloud Times .expresses'the opinion that P. B. Gorman doesn't deserve the land ofiice appointment. John E. yhe-j and J. A. Kennedy started out Saturday on a d^er hunting trip in,the eastern-part of the county. Tr. Niven Nov. 26 and 2t at the Columbia hotel. A $ Kfe- marriage license was issued by the clerk of '«.ourt Saturday after noun to John Vosen and Mary Pes ehel. of Buckman town. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorao QulutneTablets. All drug­ gists refund the money if it tailrto cure. 25c. The wife of L. W. Willcuts, chair man of the Sixth district Republic-, an congressional committee, died Sunday at...

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. — 20 November 1896

?¥fe? if :W. BS3WI6®IWill'SW!K'T^!Pf "*"A"' THE ARIZONA KICKEE POLICY OF THE EDITOR AND SAM­ PLES OF HIS ADVERTISING. Wot Alarmed About the Future of Amer­ ica or Arizona- Under Certain Condi­ tions the Editor Could Be Prevailed Upon to Bolt Any Candidate on Earth. In reply to many letters and verbal queries we would say t':at Ilio Kickor is not a redhot party organ. Nominally we are a Democrat. Nominally number two, we are Republican. Wo hold the post mastership under a Democratic adminis­ tration, and wo desiru to hang on to it. To most readers It may seem that our pol icy is a selllsh ono. We grant it. We are taking care of number ono In politics as well as in business. The Arizona editor who blovw his horn for the sake of party will carry moro deadheads on his suhsurip- I tlon books thau dollars in his pocket. We want somo of the spoils. Wo do not pro pose to help waft a lot of ambitious, self l(sb and half dishonest critlurs into office Und then take off our hat anil be thankfu...

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. — 20 November 1896

8 THE ARIZONA KICKER POLICY Of THE EDITOR AND SAM­ PLES OF HIS ADVERTISING. Hot planned About the Future of Amer­ ica or Ail::«na-Cnd«r Certain Condi­ tions the Editor Could Be Prevailed Upon to Bolt Any Candidate on Earth. In reply to many Iqtters and verbal queries we would say that The Kicker la not a red hot party organ. Nominally we area Democrat. Nominally number two, we area Republican. We bold the pout mastership under a Democratic adminis­ tration, and we desire to bang on to it. To most readers it may seem that our pol­ icy is a selfish one. We grant it. We are taking care of number one in politics as well as in business. The Arizona editor who blow* bis horn for the sake of party will carry moro deadheads on his subscrip­ tion books than dollars in his pocket. We Want some of the spoils. Wo do not pro- We nre not tilarmed about the future of America or Arizona, but we have 110 blood to shed. We simply propose to take caro of ourselves during this scramble, and the galoot ...

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. — 20 November 1896

I Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doora and Moulding WOOD COAL *'1 1 MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING. I am prepared to flo all work ii luy line promptly and in first-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. I®" Second-band Engines and -Boilers always on hand. JOHN DENNIS, Proprietor. -I WHY (Sss^Mjj^ LW.UMNKWC STMl*THRtAO Is pre-eminently the best spool cotton for hand sewing or machine sewing. It is the strongest thread made it is free from knots, kinks, flaws, or ravels is always uniform in quality, thickness and strength. It never breaks itself or breaks the needle never puckers the seams or throws the tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it. Send 24c. and receive A spools of thread (any color or num­ ber), together with 4 bobbinB for your machine, (ready wound) and an Instructive book on th read and sewl ng, Free. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO.Wil...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

i-Y J- iPwwasiMisursr BunniMaterial, Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors 1 Is ltly the best spool cotton for hand line tewing. It is the strongest sewing thread made it is free from knots, kinks, flaws, or ravels is always uniform in quality, thickness and strength. It never breaks itself or breaks the needle never puckers the seams or throws the tension out of order. It costs no more than poorer kinds of thread. Ask your dealer for it. Bend 14a and receive 8 spool* of thread (any color or num­ ber), together with 4 bobbins for your machine, (ready wound) and an tnstrootlve boo TINWARE, White Marble Tame, Cement and 3 ana Moulding, WOOD NO COAL AN OLD, STBO* A• CONSERVATIVE HOUSE. Little Lalls Iron WorksJ MACHlNfcRY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINER1 AND SHAFTING. am prepared to .ao all work ir iiiy line promptly and in lirst-class style. have for sale a large stock Injectors, Lubricators, Fit­ tings, Oil Cups, etc. Second-band Engines and •Boilers always on hand. JO...

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. — 20 November 1896

'i\ W iti'S?' IN THE CHINESE FIELD. -'Company Formed In Chicago to Operate In the Plowery Kingdom. Chicago, Nor. 10.—The Tribune says: One million dollars has been subscribed and plana are being matured for the formatipn in Chicago within two weeks of a gigantic commercial enterprise to be known as the English-American* Chinese Railway Construction com pany which is to enter the field of Chi­ nese trade as the riv%l of the American Trading company. The object of the company is to eventually obtain control -of American trade in the Flowery kingdom. Twenty* three hundred "miles of railway, equipped with the most improved rolling stock, will be 'built. Most of the Apital, it is said, ~will be put in by Americans, and they will also supply the equipment of the xoad. To Deepen Shanghai Harbor. A $1,600,000 contract for, deepening the harbor of Shanghai is the first p}um which, it is said, the English-Amer­ ican-Chineae railway construction com­ pany is figuring on getting from the "Chine...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

ji "ifi 7- I ij 11 wm -itl Atil 1 rV w» ST* 6f Yesterday Transcript contained a telegram from £llendale. N. D., announcing that James Holborn had dismissed the action brought against his wife, Mrs. Mamie Hoi •f' born, now a resident of this .city, for a divorce. The telegram did not give full particular*, hut the dlsmisHal of the ease by Holborn .• vindication for Mrs. ^charges of adultery set forth by were taken from |the display goods in front of P. J. Gross' store, on Broadway." The articles were not missed until this morning, and when Mr. Gross ascertained that they were gone he suspicioned three men, whose actions were somewhat strange around his store during yesterdav afternoon. He employed a man to watch them, not wishing to cause their arrest on .mere suspicion. The man who was watching the suspects folio wed them to the depot and found a pair of rub­ bers which had been bidden near the depot. The man who hid the rub­ bers returned for them, and discover­ ing that they were ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 20 November 1896

••h BE Santa Fe Case Developing Into a Gonf I let Between the $hf? Au norities. State and 'v mu ?m Ft dcral'' Courts at '. •vffcWar 0"er Possession of v., «the Road. £, 4™ '•*&>* \Ji zwc Calling Out of Troops by Both /.-:• \. ^'Sides One of the Pos sibilities. A II KANSAS CITY, NOV. 19.—Under a Topeka, Kan., date The Star prints the following: The turn taken in the Santa Fe receivership case opens the way for a most serious conflict between thejfederal and state courts. Should the receiver appointed by County Judge Myers finally succeed in qualifying and demand possession of the railway, the officers of the latter would refuse to yield, standing on the expectation that Judge Foster of the federal court would assume jurisdiction in. the case. His authority tesisted by the railroad peo­ ple, the receiver's recourse would be to Aik Judge Hjrcrt for an Order calling out the fosse comitatus to help him take possession of the property. Such order would authorize the sheriff to summ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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