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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 January 1897

I '*$ 1 V' it Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors and Moulding, WOOD I have just returned purchased my veww^ HOUSC. Little Lalls Iron Works- MACHINERY SHOP. Manufacturers and Dealers ill STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERi AHD SHAFTING. 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 band. JoHir DENNIS, Proprietor. My Send your Sons and Daughters to All.... Expensive School? A Complete Home and Tuition for a year with the very best ad vant ages cost $i75-oo (and with strict ecouomy even less) at PiMary Academy——- Prepares for any American College. Vocal and Instrumental Music costs bat $40 more. Principal's certificate admits to State University and other colleges. Send for Catalogue. tive Page JAMES W. FORD, Pricipal, Owatonna. Minn. with animals, will be sent, postpaid, to any address on receipt of three 2-ct. stamps. The animals are on cardboard—two and th...

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. — 8 January 1897

ffWfr 41 BJW y$?* V1 ^55" ,'ii-i £. .-.J ,• Hi? ft? 10 A Ui ..,- !,,. .ELEVEN t? --r •rsat & »V 1 HUNDRED KILLED. Bin Battl* Reported to B»n Fought la ths 1'hilipplnes. MADRID. Jan. 4.—A dispatch re­ ceived here from Matiilla says that a great battle has beeu fonght in the Philippine islands, resulting in the sig­ nal defeat of the insurgents of whom .1,100 killed. y. A Author Van Nortwiek Failure. BATAVIA. Ills., Jan. 4.—The West «rn Paper Bag company, one of the y»n Nortwick plants, was placed in the hands of a receiver by Judge Gross cup of the United States cocyrt Will­ iam G. Stevens was appointed receiver. Balm a Great Good. LONDON, Jan. 4.—Official dispatches from India say that the rains have benefitted nearly ail the famine dis­ trict.- there and tiici the average price Of gram i» 10 seera pei rupee. Sold Cralwr to Jipu, ,NINEW YORK, Jan. 4.—The correspond 4ent to The Herald in Rio Janeiro, Brazil, telegraphs that the government has sold the cruiser Almirante Barroso to...

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. — 8 January 1897

ow ,A,^j\i fw 'At Cy I- l. flu tm t- fyV, !C''-''- 1'Vlv.-V'v-'.^'''Vv/u.'^v! ,-V'j ,j w*-..v W :v' 'vl'V.'^!\ COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Regular Monthly Bills Allowed and Other Routine Busi­ ness Transacted. -Justice Gaudet's Resignation Accepted, But No Suc­ cessor Elected. The city council met fn regular monthly session at the couin-il cham­ bers Monday evening. All members were present. After the minutes of the meetings of the last month had been read and approved the follow­ ing bills were presautedaud allowed: St Gabriel's hospital, care of Tim Osher three mouths.... 45 00 Franciscan Sisters, care of Mary and Josephine Witka 12 00 A Tanner, supplies for elec­ tion and other purposes 9 25 Dr 6 Millspaugh.operation on Frank Mausbach and prescriptions and othe pro-. fessional services to city poor 52 00 First Nation.v.1 bank, insur­ ance on city halK 30 00 W Tanner, 21 cords wood for city hall 37 62 Mathieson. flour for city poor 8 05 John Eklund, house rent for Mrs fcSungren 1 50 Casp...

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. — 8 January 1897

I i- Vt\A. PJBSED THE LDDD BE Serial Publications Excluded Trcm tho Second Class Postal F.aie. Hard Fight Made Against It, but the Majority Were Favorable. Specch of Senator Call in the* £ar.ate Pictures Spanish Atrocities. WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.—The £.oud bill *o amend the law rotating to second •class EI ail matter WAS passed by the house after two day? of debate, by a -vote of 144 to 105. The opposition to the bill made a strong fipht against it. 'The statements made on the floor as to its eliect on certain particulars were very contacting. The most important juovioion of the bill denies the serial trabiicutions admission' to the mails at cont per pound rates. It Is as fol­ lows "That, nothing herein contained shall "Tin f»o fonrtrneri an to admit to the sec­ ond elaps rate publications purporting to be issued periodically and to sub rrril rrs, bnt wh'ch arc merely books or reprints of ooks, whether they be 1*wieri complete or in parts, whether they be bound or unbound, whether they...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

ft Hi K: J-3* l/'? **$ Y5 vi W&' »,'r$ ••'*•, a .-^ u• VOL. 21. on good larms. For •it-* .* *!& &f $k& w- V- W& Jtl tive Page Neglecting to Feed arid "Water Stock in Transit. Pioneei Press: "The Northern Pa­ cific Railway company was fined $100 and costs in the United States district court Tuesday. A complaint was made some months ago charg­ ing the company with failing to wa­ ter, rest and feed stock In transit. The .complaint stated that 600 head of caitie were shipped from Huntley,' Mont., Aug. 22 last and not properly cared lor. The company made an answer to the complaint, but the answer was withdrawn yesterday and the charge confessed. Tlie fine was levied under a federal statute providing for the care of stock In transit. The True Remedy. W. M. Repine, editor, TiBkilwa, III., "Chief," says: "We wont keep house wlihout Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Experimented with many others, but never got the true remedy until we used Dr. Ki...

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. — 15 January 1897

my .,,U".' a-, -H'tsCfiS^vS ™!.tfc ft £svv fiOi I I I m?s .1" .'•'-•^'f The u8ual *biU to elect the state *a lroad commission is before the! legislH*uitt. It has been before. I' $300 000 plain sight. befiwe The Pops of South Dakota insist on the state treasurer stacking wg the of state money in When Cloiigh fails to reappoint any state official the frietids of disappointed candidates take the matter as a rank outrage. Washington dispatches ounce that Page Morris confined to his room in that some time with sickness an was •city The south Dakota legislature as considering the advisability -of adopting such railroad and ware­ house legislation as is in fbroein Minnesota. The Illinois legislature saiubtoed Altgeld by refusing to give him an opportunity to speak, which is a courtesy usually extended to a •retiring governor. The Minnesota presideetal electois met at 3t. Paul Monday and cast their nine votts for Maj. Win. MeKinley. C. A. Smith, of Minneapolis, was selected as mes­ senger t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

*4 *-i lc 4^,«^( n^"t W(jsyfj\'«jvti»^A"'F i^r FOR OUTDOOR WEAR. Whmt Not Mad* of Fur, Moit Garment* Arm Pur Trimmed* This is afar season, and both dresa tAUkers and cloakmakers use fur of Home variety as an accessory -when the gar­ ment itself is not of fox. Fur capes and mantles are much worn so are seal jackets and coats Velvet, velour and cloth wraps are trimmed with far. The TYPES OF WINTEIt STYLES. great novelty of the season is the idea of trimming garments with circular jounces of fur, and these are used either ®n a fur garment or on black velvet or colored cloth. These flounces have no fullness wherp they are sewed to the garment, but being cut in a circular manner, they form full flutes at the outer edge. Quite short shoulder capes in varions iurs are worn, arranged with a pointed 'effect back and front. They look partic­ ularly well in sealskin, Persian lamb, mink or chinchilla. They are useful for wearing with tailor made cloth -.gowns and for putting on after skating, a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

.*hil 1 iK' '^Dula&lias b«ett granted a 10 ^per cent reduction, in insurance (rates, owiug to the very small losses there duijng the past year. '. ,.i Skv. Glough has appointed E. B., Dearth, son-in-law of Mike t)oran, the Democratic boss, to the office of state insurance com­ missioner. 'j The Washington correspondents of the Minnesota papers all agreed on Sunday that Wm. R. Merriara was to be McK'nley's secretary of the treasury.['. -I" Judge Moer, of Bulutlh, has called the attention of the grand jury to the reports of -corruption in the various city departments, and urged an investigation. Lind still insists that he was elected governor, hutuays he will not make any contest. He is afraid he couldn't get the office in time to give the needed advice to the present legislature. Senator Wolcott is now in Europe for the purpose of investi gating the chance for an interna tionr agreement on 'bimetallism. He is said to have the-confidence of McKinley in bis mission. In some parts o...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

liP: Miiteg feiife ffcrjlil"! I'll 'IS,' t1' &L. W I it 1 efective Page Sensational Sequel to the John 6on~Hearst Affair Occurs Ih the House. Matters In the Early Career of the Former Spread _,on the Records. Bitter Personal Debate Follow and Several Members I Participate. WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.—The house witnessed a sensational sequal to the remarkable attack made by Mr. John eon of California on Editor Hearst. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Maguire (Dem., Oal.) were the antagonists. Their wordy duel grew out of tSe publication in The Record, as a part, of Mr. Maguire's re marks, of comments on the former's speech last week in which Mr. Maguire defended Mr. Hearst and without the mention of Mr. Johnson's name, de­ tailed some matters in the early life of the latter when he resided in Syracuse, ST. Y. Mr. Johnson got the floor on a question of privilege. He was at times dramatic. He denounced Mr. Maguire's Attack on him as Wanton wd Cowar ily, and told the story of his indictment 84 years ag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

S' ITTLE FAILS TRANSCRIPT BY TMB THANSOBIFT PUB. CO. i|$'A PUBLI8HBD fiVESY KEIB4T. fv: SUBSCRIPTION: On# y*or.. €1* month*......- '5 ""Thw rnontli....m.«m A 'VKHTIBING RATES LOW. !LITrLB FALLS, MINN Senator Hill wants postmasters to have sure thing of four years in office. D. B. Hillarrd W. J. Bryan can 9gree one proposition the lect­ ure business is a poor resort for -defeated politicians. The iFreuch ministry oppose the paying of a sugar bouuty, and the -•supiportersof the proposition claim there should be a bounty •equal to that paid by Germany and Aus ria. Minnesota proposes to pay a boun tv, without waiting for thoconsent of any other nation. New York is now the cheapest money market in the world, t-hr rate last week for call loans mot •exceeding 2 per cent, and a rate of 1A was offered part of the time. This is lower than in any oi th European raony centers. And with this low rate there is an im­ mense amount of money on hand that can find rnj borroweis. C. A. Pillsbury decla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

fe Is- •M f\ /£rr** JOB PRINTING THE TBAHSi.RIPT JOB OFFIC NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TKODGHGUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID fit-member the union social Satur­ day evening. Peter Vasnly, foreman of the'Her­ ald, is laic! up with rheumatism. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rj L. Page, of the West side, Saturday night. Chas.Lord has opened a confec­ tionery store in one of the Yasaiy buildings on Broadway. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brightm, on First stmt northeast. Sunday evening. L. P. Hunt, of the Mankato Free Press, is a candidate for the office of public printer at Washington. A marriage license was issued by the clerk of court Friday to Maddie Lafond and Miss Mary Lafond. I. E. Staples hus sold his Randall hotel property to E. W. Sullivan, who will take charge of it KOOII. The "Last Turn," an old Histori­ cal landmark at Brainerd, was partially destroyed by fire Tuesday. Catarrh is a constitutional disease and requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's Sarsapari...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

MAHAN'S I: i1 .' I lb. Bwyaolo Relates Str*nc« Talo Aknl ty-tv'&i MM lit tlxjcd Captain. m'fyank me, ,1-nt I hope he'll float higher teflri' literatoor than he did in the deep,sea If Sunday rolKiol trncio," Mr. Barnacle ob­ served, with muoh' feeling, as the lubber Joined the muriner in tl»o sailor boarding souse. "Already this hero skipper—the one with il:c ,c9t crowed b.iain- locker in any navy-^hns launched ohe book labeled, •The iniiucnce ol Sea Power on History,' but I don't overhaul no remarks in it .!•• about his Bible 'class, whioh I was one ol 'em." "Whore did yon ever attend Sunday school} the hiuber asked. "Urrlcr tl is Cnptuiu Alfred T. Maban, U. S. N. Didn't you see in the papers recent where he had quit the navy to ship as an ablebodled thougut writer in Har •. lemP" "To be snre," said Bill "His flgger bead was also ported at the same time, and a proper good likeness It wns toa How euniever.iiibie lessons ain't in bis line— leastwise, not with the kind of pupils he...

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. — 15 January 1897

to#*-' S •il *51 •£f Hlp' "lS| -/I m, ll:' (4 Mj"**, ^''*T38£*lwti te^i 1 4 {4 Manufacturers and Dealers in STEAM ENGINES, MACHINER1 AND 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. Second-hand Engines and Boilers always on hand. JOHN Dennis, 5ew on A Button with Willimantic 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 cent* and receive six spools of thread, any color or number, together with ftrar bobbins for your machine, ready wound, and an Instructive book about thread and sewing, Free. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO* Willimantic, Conn. HARDWARE,iv^x. TINWARE, ^PaUrt White Marble lame, Cement and 7Y Bnifiing Material, ^/X Buckeye Pumps, Sash, Doors and Moulding, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

10 h&AyfVf 3 DREDGERS MAY 8TRIKE. OatcnuM Convmt on of Btwu Shovsl Engineers. CHTOAGO, J»n.-•• 11.—At the dosing gsiou ox tiie nouventiou of the Broth­ erhood of Steam Shovel and Dredge Engineers »md Crane Men' of America fr'ithe following officers were elected: (resident, Charlos Bees, Chicago treasurer, P. J. O'Connfli, Moline.Ills. iiuanciax secretary, L. P. Maher, Gen­ esee, Lis. eocretury, Thomas J. Dolun, Chicago. Representatives were present from New York, Canada, California, Mon­ tana. Louisiana, South Carolina, Ala­ bama, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michi­ gan, A.kansas, Colorado, Washington and Illinois. Tiie convention discussed the action of the comiutiisionerii, .011 the drainage cunal wcrki::p more than eight hours a day, and a crmniittee was appointed to present a format protest to the board. In case the board refuses to consider the maiter, it is probatue that the union dredgers may be caued out. POLICE KILL A STRIKER. Threat* if Lvnnlilnn N«-ccssltutes the HIline "ut ...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

*'L j. JM Mi McCIure's 'Magazi ne For 1897. & SEVEN GREAT SERIALS. A. New Life of Grant by Hamlin tiarlanl The first anthorative and adequate Life of Grant ever published. Lalvislil.v illustrated. (Begins in December.) 'Rudy arcl Kipling's first American serial, "Captains-Courageous." (Begins in November.) DAVIS, "Soldiers of Fortune." The hero is one of the most vigor­ ous men that Mr. Davis has drawn. Illustrated by C. D. Gibson. "THE CONDUCT OF GREAT BUSINESSBE." A beautifully illustrated series of articles of which the following are already completed: "The Great Department Store." "The Management of a Great Hotel." "The Working of the Bank." "A Great Manufactory." "UNDERGRADUATE LIFE IN AMERICAN COLLEGES." A series ol articles touching upon the life of our older universities as re­ presented ^y the doings of the students themselves. Judge Henry J. Howlar.d writes on "Undergraduate Life at Yale." Mr. James Alexander on "Prince­ ton" and Robert Grant and Ed­ ward S. Martin on ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 January 1897

I ft. IS I«5 Standing House w^.W#R -f' Committees Announced of the by the Speaker. Bill to AbcMsh Caucuses and Nominating Conventions Introduced. (Measure In the Senate Pro viding for a Tax Law I Commission. FT. Part., .Tun. 14.—At. the morning 'aession ot the house Speaker Jones an­ nounced the btaiuiing committees. The following list gives the makeup of tlie mo.st important in full, iu the oth­ ers the chairman only is giyou Appropriations—Daw, Jacobson, Sny­ der. Lnyhmirn, Scott, -p'ord. Orondahl, Cruy, Stu'-lcs, Douglan, Barta, Henderson, l»o\e.jo/, Aimerson, NicGill, Jaiug, Gear. W«i/s uud A*uiii8--Uudcileak, Hicks, :Donnol]y, Bergley, Iy.x, Boutwell, (v-'-rcedor, Drommcihuusen, Cunning tl.'lTll. udiciary—Reeves, Hartshorn, Johns, Si .itii, lvouK'^ti, Hicks, Burnt, Latng, Lit­ tleton, Ciay. Vsiivjs, Schmidc, Underleak, Beyers, JicDouuld," Cot, Abbott. linilronds— I.ovej y, Ferris, Sampson, I.arson, Schinid*", I)uvies, E .sford, Smith, '"hrs, Ph sll. Cunn, Littleton, McNeil, Vm'...

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. — 22 January 1897

life |f$^ --W' 4'^' Si§i .Mfe 5^- is%:' smtt:' w&i-y--' W0& HP Wk am 5&' [h «TT&i" «», 'tip'* VOL. 21. ongoodtarms. iSeandli ......AND ST. PAUL and DULUTH R. R. ?•:%.: At Mips Lizzie Hanson arrived home fromEmmerson.Mauitoba, Wednes­ day. ,We visited" Lincoln the other day •and this is what we saw: Wood to the right of us, wood to the left of us wood all around us, wood, wood, wood—and wooden wood at that. Despite the deep snow the attend­ ance at the Christian Endeavor so­ ciety is good- v: Harry Wattero arrived here from Milwaukee, Wis., and will spend the remainder of the winter vjdth us. Wehave been requested to say that Scandia Valley has two men that would like to shoot birds against "any two men now residing in Rail Prairie for an indefinite sum of money. We don't mention names, but with diligent search they can be found.- Scandfa Vallej boys are all right, they are not too thin skinned to «tand a joke, neither dd they take water. TO CURE COLD lH Olffc DAI Tik...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 January 1897

Tbei is in European af­ fairs—the Ciar (baa discharged hit ook.* :Mk And now aaiaaWififcraiion treaty suggested bdfrween the UniW |"4fftates and France. m* Mr. "G«ribl*«o»tz is getting 'CI** ^votes for United States senator iin South Dakofcii. The Commercial club of Sk SPttul will give-a "Home Trad*" banquet ou Thursday evening- It is stated (that over $3,00©,«W0 hart been sent, to Cuba from the ^United States to aid the manr gents. ________ Intorc st rates are now so cJheap in Nt Yofck that Europowus should bear tbo coiupetitiouofour pauper money. Senator Wolcott is ch lirman vtht- committee "Oil postoiftces, and as he t« absent in3 Europe seyerAl fjiuhdnd ^Democrats who have been appointed to postoffices will never b«-confirmed. Gen. Rivera, who succeed i®l«ceo'iW CubaiV co: raaudt in tfhe w(jsti in part of the island, «ays the indigents still need arms '•bitdly. With -10,000 rifles «Htd ^cartridges the Cubans would »ooii win, h« -says. A. b211 is nh*w before congress for a nation...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 January 1897

**y os 'irhema dehialt ha* been made In 'the nnceaBlack ,t bears datet and was duly the register of deeds, in and for the county of Morrison and state of Minnesota on the Srd day of September, 1803, at 5 o'clock p. m., In book Jmd r'N" auu iy*sakf Ey of mortrases, 113 upon which mortgage, ana the I secured thereby, there is. claimed to lue and Is actually due and unpaid at be due and Is actually due and unpaid the date of this notice, the sum of.tour hundred, tortv-seven dollars (*M7 .OOiin eluding $100.00 principal debt and $47.00 interest thereon, and the further sum of $78.48 taxes and-penalties assessed against the premises conveyed by said mortgage for the years 1898,1898 and lWi and paid mortgagee'prior to the date of this notice, and. said mortgagee QBIOoi inio uuuwci nuu has elected to,-and does hereby declare all •of said sums due and payable, according to the terms of said mortgage, and no -action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt se...

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. — 22 January 1897

row iSJ S1 4^1 & 1 *With the famine in Iu4fa,*omes ile^pJague. Canadian capitalists aiw itrogto build anotherrailroad from Winnipeg to the Pacific-«oa8t «S\ the "Soo" road has.wi«ce4the freight rates between the Twin Cities the/Atlantie ««ast. and It is now positively- stated that Senator John Shermatt will .he the secretary of state iu McKiuley cabinet. Ig. Donnelly and Jfrfg# Hicks felt^callfd upon to have a wordy jangle in the Minnesota [house ou Saturday* Kentucky has given its-electoral vote to the Repu blicau, presidential candidate for the first time in its history as a state. The indications are that (Kyle cannot be re-elected senator from South)Dakota, and there are some hopes of the election of a 'Repub­ lican.. State 5 to Senator Wolcoti is the guest of Baron .Rothschild near London. Wolcott will-cooae back theKCJuited ard man.' States a gold stand­ Another petition tliegovernor of Minnesota for-the pardon of the Younger''brothers is being -circu­ lated in Missouri an...

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