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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 15 August 1896

BRINGS ON A FIGHT '.AKr* MICHIGAN CAR FERRY COM PANY'S DEM \\!> FOR A DIF FERENTIAL. 3REAT WESTERN IS AROUSED. 1111" OLD CONTEST OF LAST Jl \E TO UK BOM OVFR OXt E MORE. ' Mt>\ DEPOT (*. A. R. BISIVESS. I sui.t. McMillan Will Make All the AecfMSiiry I'lhun anil I'rt'imni tiontt Himself. On Monday the Great Western will Rvt on its fighting clothes, and then It will be a case of the survival of the ' iitt-'st between that line and the Soo, | with the Lake Michigan Car Ferry I company thrown in on the side. The tariffs issued by the latter concern to go into effect tomorrow, mention of j wkich was made briefly in telegraphic j rei>orts yesterday, were received by ; the Great Western yesterday, and I there was some very strong talk in j the offices of the latter. The old light j of last May and June will all be gone j over again, and this time, it is report- j ed, it will be a fight to a finish, with I no quarter on either side. The new tariffs do not show any great reduction, ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 15 August 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. • |\v24 Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE GARDEPRS SAY flO SEVER AI, HI XDRED OPPOSED A CHANGE ER THE CENTRAL. MARKET -LOCATION*. WANT IT ON THIRD STREET. ql estioxs considered at a mki-:ti\g of the alderihanic committee yesterday. §»UB KAVOR GOI\G TO BROADWAY *-|i:ii'li Controversy Over It AVliicU Resulted in the Question Going Over for Consideration. There was a sharp controversy be fore the aldermanic committee on mar kets and public buildings yesterday alternoon relative to the Central Mar ket company and its stand at St. Peter and Third streets. The matter came before the committee in the shape of a proposed ordinance closing the Third stieet market. With it there was also referred to the committee an ordinance to establish a market on the east side of Broadway between Eighth and Ninth streets. F. H. Wheelock, the ex market master, is the mover in this project, while the Central Market com pany and some of the commission me...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

ST. PAUL'S GfILA WEEK. I On another page you will find I THE GLOBE'S GRAND OFFER. VOI.. XIX.— NO. 229. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, AUG. 1«. Weather for Today — I'nlr nnd AY firmer. "PAGE! 1. Slierman OiieitH Hi* Campaign. ll nn nit and Minnesota Lenders Meet. Spain Will Make DemandM. PAGE 2. l><iii(icniis May Xante WilllN. Superior liiMpection Xot Feasible. St. Paul Commons. PAGE 3. <■. A. It. Encampment Close at Hand. I. ii <■:> in pin i- nt Preparations. Activity at State Fair Grounds. page: 4. Kditorial. That Ministerial Conference. . Opinions of the State Press. PAGE B. Aldermen Wranprle Over Streets. KvanM Talks \u000a%( Silver. I nknnivn Jumps From a Bridge. Holocaust of Kqiiiiit-M. » Franchises May Be Taxed. page: 6. The lew Xushka Wins. Ogrden Wins the Futurity. PAGE 7. News of Minneapolis. "As You I.lke It" at Fair Oaks. Owen Talks to Populists. Jones Xnmes a Campaign Committee page: 8. Millers Lay Out the Saints Again. Detroits Go Into Third Pl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

4B TO UNITE Ofl WILLIS MAY BE PIT UP BY THE DEMO CRATS TO RIN AGAINST STEVENS. IF HE WILL MAKE THE RACE. WAIX.RAFF AJTD OTHER POPULISTS ISSUE A CALX FOR A MEET ING. ffll/VER IDEA IH DUM7TH WAHING. Ei-Coßsre»amaß llaug-en, of River Fulls, Thlulta McKlnley Will Carry W1»cob»1b. If some of the earnest and hard ■working Democrats of the Fourth dis trict have their wishes, it is possible that F. C| Stevens, Republican candi date for congress, will have a foeman worthy of his steel in the battle of the campaign. At first it was thought T. D. O'Brien would accept a nomina tion, but Mr. O'Brien called a halt on the movement. Then Gen. R. W. Johnson's name was brought out, and his candidacy was hailed with acclaim. But the men who do the thinking for the free silver people thought some thing more was necessary than merely a good man who is in favor of free silver, if the Republican candidate is to be defeated in this district. "We must get a man who will be personally acceptable to the sound...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

TWO WEEKS AWAY THE NATIONAL G. A. R., ENCAMP MENT ONLY A SHORT DIS TANCE OFF. COMMITTEES ARE RUSHED. THAT IN CHARGE OF ACCOMMODA TIONS TO OCCUPY THE MANN HEIMER 111 lI.MINt;. QUESTION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS. Gen. Maaon Will Submit a I'ropoal tion to School Board Tomorrow — I'rog rens of Arrangementa, Gen. Edwin C. Mason, president of the citizens' committee, issued the fol lowing last night in regard to the trouble about the Summit avenue decorations: in preparing to entertain the Grand Army of the Republic the first week in September, the citizens' committee has arranged a aeries of outdoor receptions at several points along Summit avenue, between Summit park and Western avenue. To properly conduct these events, a great Increase in the lighting serv ice will be required. This can be provided by erecting small poles at intervals of 100 feet on opposite sides of the avenue, on which wires may be strung for electric lighting. The citizens' committee has contracted with a competent and re...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

4 THE PjHLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable la Advance. l)ally and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - *5.00 Dally Only, per Month .4O Dally Only, Six Months -- - - $2.25 Dally Only, One Year #4.00 Sunday Only, One Year -- - - f 1.50 Weekly, One Year f 1.00 Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDINO, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST.. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe alv.ays kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 15.— Forecast : For Minnesota: Generally fair; slightly warmer. Wisconsin: Fair; possibly preceded by thunder storms In extreme southeast por tion; l!ght to fresh northerly winds. North Dakota: Fair; northerly winds, shift ing to easterly. South Dakota: Fair; slightly -warmer; southerly winds. Montana: Generally f...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

HflD A WVEIiY FIGHT WARM IWBTnre OF THE ALDER. MANIC COMMITTEE ON STREETS IT WAS. INTERCITY FAST EXPRESS arouses serioi s opposition from imvkrsltv avenle property owners. antagonize: jobbers Who Wmi ted to Trade Their Street for the Ltwtf Town or Broad way Loop. ' The ordinance granting the street railway company the right to con struct and operate an express or through interurban line in eonsidera- j tion of an extension of the Robert j street loop to Broadway, met with em phatic opposition before the meeting of the committee on streets, of the board of aldermen, yesterday afternoon. The objectors to the ordinance are the property ow ners along University av enue, who declare that the laying of four tracks on that avenue will great ly depreciate the value of their prop ,erty. They object to giving the street railway company so much of the street, and assert that the operation of an additional express line would be attended with danger to life and limb. After listening to a protrac...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

0 CHANGED m TOE S\LLY DID XOT GET MARRIED, BIT THAT MADE NO DIF FERENCE. NUSHKA IS THE NEW YACHT. THE CAT-RHUiED WINNER SAILS VNDER A NAME OF MEMO RIES. DO<;S ARE THROWN OVERBOARD lii a Vain Effort to Rednce the Weight of the Other UoatH. Yesterday's yacht race at White Bear was almost devoid of incident. The weather was overcast and gloomy —the kind of weather that sets men to swearing, and women to nagging- the wind was south southwest, with an estimated velocity of flve miles an hour. The Alfrida. Hornet and Sal ly B won as usual, the same old Btory. The most Important Incident of the day was one apart from the race proper. The meeting of the executive commit tee, consisting of Commodore Dean and Messrs. H. T. Drake, O. L. Taylor, S. C. Stlckney and F. R. Bigelow. At this meeting, which took place immediately after the race, it wai decided to allow the owner of the Sally B to change her name to Nushka 111., the number given on account of two former cat victors sailed by Capt. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE S8 3OLTH FOURTH STREET, MINNEAPOLIS GLOBtLES. Judge Jamison has denied the defendant a new trial in the case of H. C. Truesdale va- The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company. The funeral of Oscar A. Holther takes place this afternoon at 2:30 from Our Sa viour's ohurch, at Seventh street and Four teenth avenue south. Interment at Lake ■wood cemetery. Mike Kuutz, a laborer residing at 1709 Four and-a-Hiilf street northeast, was overcome by sewer gas yesterday morning while at ■work in a ditch at Washington and Second avenues south. He was removed to his home In th central patrol wagun. Frank Connors, a young man in the employ of the Converse Paper company, who disap peared mysteriously upwards of a week ago, •was located yesterday morning at Anoka. The information was telephoned in to police headquarters, no details being given. Judge Pond yeeterday morning approved the bond of Elbrldge C. Cooke as assignee of the insolvent grain firm of Greenleaf, Ten ner &■ Co. The...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

8 SEVEfI PALTRY HITS ALL, THAT THE APOSTLES COULD (JCT OFF WILLIE HITCH. ISON, BIT THEY DID SCORE THREE, | THIS IMPROVING, SOMEWHAT, ON THEIII EXHIBITION IN THE GAME FRIDAY. DROPPED TO FOI/RTH PLACE. Detroit Bent* Coluinlins and Paxhed Ahead of the Ai»of*tle» — "Millers t lose to Indianapolis, MinninpolN 8, St. Paul 3. Grand Knnids 14, I it«l ii< nil polls 12. Kirn sum City 4, Milwaukee 3. Detroit 14, Hi; i'olumbu* U, 3. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Ind'ananolts 94 57 37 .606 Minneapolis 96 58 38 .601 lutroii 96 55 41 .573 St. Paul 99 56 43 .566 Kansas City 95 52 43 .541 Milwaukee 104 48 50 .462 Grand Kapids 105 36 69 .343 Columbus 106 35 70 .333 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. Paul at Minneapolis. Indianapolis at Grand Kapids. Columbus at Detroit. Kansas City at Milwaukee. The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs lost: 1 g&2g S ft |: clubs. * •$ : E o * » g : !• •" : : ? : S : : ;;;; ; » ; ; • i ' '. • •• ■ • Tndianapolis — 6 7 3 9 8 13 1157...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

The Grand Stand. BECKER BY A fOUli MINNEAPOLIS RIDER GIVEN THE five mam championship by THE IIIIM IBM. TWIN CITY L A. W. RIDERS, CXTIL, IIECKER WON, HAD NOT BEEN ABLE TO DO VERY MICH. £M) OF THE BIG LOIiSVILLE MiiET Before the Scrappy Champion ship Event the Feature of the Day Was Stinger's Victory. {Special to the Globe. LOUISVILLE, Aug 15.— 1t was not until the last event of the last day of the big Louisville L. A. W. racing meet that any of the Twin City cracks, who have been in attendance, made a •winning, and then it was only by a decision of the judges who disqualified Cooper, who finished first in the five mile championship, and gave the race to W. E. Becker, of Minneapolis, who came in second. The event was more of a fight than a race, anyway, and what had been an unusually success ful and harmonious time was marred at the very end. Cooper and Bald caused most of the trouble and were in a row from the time the event was started. Bald did not finish in the first bunch and so ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

10 ! Romantic Stories From Cripple Creek Which Surpass jj i That of Monte Cristo. > < CRIPPLE CREEK, Aug. 13.—Thou sands fail in mining. Hundreds make a living. Tens amass a competency, but it is only now and then one who by a lucky stroke of the pick, finds an enor mous fortune and keeps it. David Mof fatt, the mining king, says that fail ures are not so great as in other bus iness. It is certain that the successes are more phenomenal. I write today not of the failures, but of the successes, the millionaires of Cripple Creek. Out of this gold camp, within five years, has come $13,000,000. The gold dug out last year was worth $8,000,000, and this year the output promises to be fully as large. The stories I hear of gold dug out and gold in sight make my avari cious mouth water, and, like the hun gry, ragged newsboy on the street out side the confectionery store, I press my nose against the glass and long for the riches within. STRATTON, THE MINING KING. Take, for instance, W. S...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

State Fair and G. ft. R. Encampment. REE BOTH ON (iLOi'i; free Tickets VOL. XIX.-NO. 229. A^L JkiSb mm i&dP mfJL AMI M*Mi iSmk JmJr %&& mm 11 g^P |^ Afl JES m PRICES TAKE A TUMBLE, a very i?* 7^^ S SALE BEGINS ON MONDAY, Aug serious Tumble, to clear out all Z^W]^^ I7th ' and iasts six days * Room mast Summer Goods at once. \^W/L4fiAM/ii^Mit€^ffli \j#€<4/f €£&^) . d f p,l r . ood ~ y^jf HE SEASON IS NEARLY OVER and we find in many departments exceedingly heavy stocks. Goodness knows prices are Low enough— too Low— and yet under the circumstances \^ We t ? ink !t 2 °° d P ° !icy t0 mark them still Lower - No matter what the loss may b?, we 11 have a Mark-Down Sale this week that will at once close out all surplus stocks. This ' sale is for prudent housewives who want all they can possibly get for their dimes and dollars. Some women have the happy faculty of getting twice as much for thsir money as other women can or ever do, for they are Shrewd Shoppers, know values...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

12 j: BY l.oriSß RKTT* EDWAIUIS. j^rjij*:=| "It is really a problem." said Miss Innis Fay, hesitating: between a smile and a frown, as both wove equally be coming, "how one Is to awaken their slumlu ring intellect." "Especially in the morning." drawled ltr. Bruce Marston. "Now, our cook lias an alarm clock — " "Brtto w*iy waste those pearls of vii before women? You know we have no sense of humor to make up, I sup pose, for our monopolizing all the other sorts of sense." This was his mother. "As [nnts says, it is hard to realize that the same interests, the same pM- Btons, ambitions and emotions which animate ourselves stir in these women of wlia; we call, and I think justly, the lower class. Do you suppose a stupid, stolid, wooden-faced girl like our wait rt:-s, Marie, for instance—" "Or a silly, giggly, empty-headed, creature like Cecilia," murmured Miss Fay. "Oh, Cecilia's bright enough," re joined Mrs. Marston. "but I doubt if even she. and I am sure that none of the others, ever...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

12 ... is ; »V l.Ol'Isi: »KTT< KinVAHDS. t^^*= "It is really a problem," said .Miss [nnis Fay, hesitating between a smile and a frown, as both were equally be coming, "how one Is !•■ awaken their slumb< ring intellect," "Kspe< 'ally in the morning," drawled Mr. Bruce Marston. "Now, our cook has ;ir, alarm clock—" "Bruci w*iy waste those pearls of m men. You know we have H" sense of humor to make up, 1 sup pose, for our monopolizing' all the other soils til' sense." This was his mother. "As Innia says, it is hard to realize that thy same interests, the same pas bitions and emotions which ite ourselves stir in these women of what we call, and 1 think justly, the lower class. Do you suppose a stupid, stolid, wooden-faced girl like our wait ress Marie, for instance — " ■i •! a silly, giggly, empty-headed, like Cecilia," murmured Miss Fay. "Oh, Cecilia's bright enough," re joined Mrs. Marston. "but I doubt if even sh.-. and I am sure that none of the others, ever looks out into ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

f^T^d2m— mul^—^-. SILKS AND BLACK I Q HOP FIPPT CJ OAK DFPT l\WflTfil !H • I 3Plli HsLLl'laff^ UKLhS GOODS. . SHOE • OUR Tailor-Made Dress Skirts \^O3w*^ffiß3sM^^ KSSiSwSS? c . BARGAINS - — - ---" - \ pfl ¥n7 TiMll fti'ii'Tlrl iTCTJI Ilil I 'IW I H lOTFMff** 1 IlL'lMrr^ to-date in style ami perfection in weave. if\t* MAlirldV and individuality which makes them superior \ B^te^OmSaßW^^^^^^^^^ Tables and counters in center aisle are lUF L^ YOllil tty • to the common factory skirt. \ F^ choicest Silks a<jd Dress Goods. We only jc^» Ai. tf^ AQ~~The great l \ _ quote a few, as follows: 480 pairs Ladies' Dongfola Kid Oxford r="V Al «pZ« /0 est Skirt I\ \ "lH&fc£& fiJAAffl Rifi^lllfQ Sni^f^SSfi^ , Sl.ks A Mixed Lot-One large table full I S > j" si^Sjhigrh-grrade Shoes, /&4L America; a ne^S jus" \ \ S IBV IlllWf 9 VHUw of Brocaded and frain Black Silks, Plain and made to sell for $1.00 and /** W Mk &V^jl finished; new patterns; „.-m i,m an nwiii mwiiiiw ■■iiimwiwiw hi—...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

14 || SAIISfT PAUL SOCIAL. || The birds In the trees of White Bear and Minnetonka have whispered of gajnety and rumors of gayety, but its hard to believe them — in the city. ?c --ciety the past week has been more like a mummy than the blithe and gay maiden which should represent her. AViih the exception of a few bicycle parties and an occasional tea or din ner, the mummy has been discreetly silent. Sphinx-like, no word has been ■poken to relieve the mystery of Time's passage. Proposals, weddings and lighter amusements of Cupid are Ailing the hours of rhe brief summer ■eason. Among the events of the •week especially worthy of mention is A COSTIME IDEA DIRECT FROM PARIS. the dinner given by the Misses Rob- Paul, and Miss Mina Harrison, of Red Wing, bins, of Summit avenue, Thursday aro guests of Hiss F. L. Hart, at Mahtoinedl! evening, for the six Vassar girls, at the J**±. M : Courtney left last evening for home of A. B. Stickney; the play in o^nds'Tnd Minneapolis yesterday afternoon,...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

y^ ■ i (( ( §)h The- < t?xr >a /^HF ~V w k V^^L^^ NODES OF GOTfIA|W »1 \ I X MMtOY DISCOVERS A \K\V BMBA n DRESS SKIRTS. TABLIER, OR APRON FRONTS. A I« i:\tll STYLE THAT IS APT TO FIND SOME VOGI'E HKRE. fl,K,iiA\T RECEPTIOX €JO\\ XS. JTho I'riueesa Continues to Be the l'n vorite— Various Minor Novelties. Special Correspondence. NEW YORK, Aug. 13.— One swallow does not make a summer, nor does one gowa alone form a fashion, but when the fashion writer in search of "some thing new" finds three of the new models, all bearing the same marked peculiarity, she is justified in thinking a new style has been evolved. The fall Tnodel gowns are arriving fast now, consigned to the best houses in New York, and here they are being copied as rapidly as possible, with many minor changes to adapt them still better to the needs of the American women. Thtre is a little of everything to be seen in these advance gowns. Sleeves arc of every dimension and shape, but all trying by some clever artifice...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

16 CRISIS Ifl GEfIPIW <THE MINISTER FOR WAR RE LIEVED FROM DUTY BY THE KMPKKOR. HOHENLOHE MAY GO, TOO. HAS A GRIEVANCE, BIT PERSUAD ED TO REMAIN FOR A TIME. * Military trials the difficulty William RefuHed to Grant the De mands of the War Minister and the Chancellor. BERLIN, Aug. 15.— The official an nouncement that Gen. Bronsart yon Schellendorf, minister of war, had been relieved from office and that he ■would be succeededby Gen. yon Goss ler startled the political world this af ternoon. The war minister's difference with the emperor regarding the long planned military trial reform has been a topic for discussion for a long time past, and it was known that unless his majesty acquiesced in Gen. yon Bchellendorfs view of the matter, which was also the view of the im perial chancellor, Prince Hohenlohe, both intended to resign. But it was thought the crisis would be tided over until after the czar's visit to Berlin. It appears that the true reason which induced the emperor to aban...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 August 1896

TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Trains leave and AniveSt. Paul as Folloim: Union Depot, Slbiey St. /os&\ TICKET OFFICE EAST THIRD ST. Diniiic Cars on Winnipeg and ,— ST. PAUL" IVicitic ("oast Train*. Leave. Arrive. Pacific >!ail <d»Hy> for Fnrsro Bozenr.n. Butte. Helena. Mis ►oiiln. hpoknne. Tacoma. EeKiiltaml Portland . . - *-a; pm 5:53 p m ! Dakota Express (dailyi Tor Moorbead, Farero, J-ni."_towii. Ferjnw Falls Wnhppton. Crookston. Grand Forks. Graf ton and Winnipeg >;» pro 7:10 a m Farpo Local (dally except Sun day \ for St. Cloud, lirainerd audFargo 1 :**> am 5 :39 p m first Class and Tourist Sleepers. f*fui alhffiir 395 ROBERT ST CORNER SIXTH, P**^ CPEONE 480) AND UNION DEPOT. 'Leave. I tEx. Sunday. «Daily. Arrive. I«::<Spm i. r| IL. A ill 1 *11 :35 am tlo:lo«m.Duiuth. Superior, Ashland. +s :sopm •I! r'rttpni;.. Dnluth arid Superior. •6:soam •10 :05 am Su City, Omaha & Kan. City *6:sipm tlOtQGam Ktniore, Su Falls. Pipestone t6:Rspm +4-30)>m .Mankato, New I'lm. T...

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