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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

4 THE BflllY GLOBE is pubushedT ever 7 day AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BT. PAUL.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Mouth. - *2.T5 Dally and Sunday, One Year - fo.OO Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Six Months «2.25 Daily Only, One Year $4.0© Sunday Ouly, One Yeur f 1.80 Weekly, One Year f 1.00 Address all letters and telegram* to THB GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFPICB. HOOH 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORIC WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globs alway* kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Aug. 29.— Forecast for Sun day. Minnesota— Fair, slightly cooler In southern portion; westerly winds. Wisconsin— Fair, probably preceded by light local showers In eastern portion; light to fresh southwesterly winds. Montana— Fair; southwesterly winds; cooler in western portion. The Dakotas— Generally fair; northerly to ■weste...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

HfIGE OF VESUVIUS WITNESSED BY A LARGE AfDIEXCE AT THE FALL OF POMPEII. OPENING OF THE SPECTACLE. HISTORIC REPRODUCTION OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE AN CIENT CITY. PRETTY PVROTECHMC DISPLAY Close), a Performance That Pleased the l.nrm- Crowd That Witnessed lis luitial Production. When old Vesuvius opened up, or rather down, on the city of Pompeii Borne 1800 years ago, and smothered that enterprising municipality so ef fectually as to blot its memory out of existence for centuries of time, the residents of that ctty 6Xd not stop to admire the pyrotechnic display fur nished by Mt. Vesuvius. On the con trary, they skurried hither and thither for shelter from the pelting cinders, molten lava and other hot stuff that made existence above ground exceed ingly uncomfortable, not to say haz ardous, while Vesuvius was spouting his irrepressible sentiments. But 1,800 years have so cooled things off that to day an audience of 5,000 men, women and children can behold the destruc tion of Pompeii sol...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

G GROVER GREETED M OFFICIAL MEKTIVO OF THE PRES IDENT AXI> THE CHINESE ENVOY. WORE HIS YELLOW JACKET, nmsnav short axd the cere. MOSY OF PRESENTATION VERY SIMPLE. CIEST OF HOXOR AT A I)IN>KH. He Met Mayor Strong; and Aulced Hint Concerning the Amount of Hl* Salary. NEW YORK, Aug. 29.— Li Hung Chang was the guest of honor tonight at a banquet at the Waldorf, given by former United States ministers to China. He entered the banquet hall leaning on the arm of Gen. J. E. Ward, the first minister sent by this govern- I ment to the Chinese court. President Cleveland was represented by Assist ant Secretary of State Rockhill. The viceroy had requested that the ban quet not last more than forty minutes. At the table he barely nibbled the delicate dishes set before him and would not touch the wines. This was noticed by his hosts, and in a few mo ments chop souey and chop sticks were placed before him and he ate with a relish. Toasts to the honored guests, to the president, to the emperor...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

GOMIfIG VMS' WRY SENTIMENT *OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATS SEEMS TO POINT TOWARD HIM. BIG CROWD IS EXPECTED. HKAJUiV EVERY STATE WILL BIS REPRESENTED Bl* ITS FILL VOTE, CREDENTIALS ARE POLRING IN. On Tuesday the National Committee AMU Meet to Make l°p the Temporary Roll. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Aug. 29.— Credentials of the various states and territories are being received and tab ulated at the National Democratic headquarters. Among them today were those for Rhode Island and North Da kota. The certificate from North Da kota Informed the committee that a full delegation would attend the con vention. It is stated that proxies will be few; that practically every state and territory that has named delegates will be represented by a full vote. Applications for tickets of admission are pouring in. From this city alone no less than a thousand tickets have been asked for. It will probably be HKMIV WATTERSON, OF KENTUCKY. Huny Sound Money Democrats Wan t Him Nominated for President by the Iml in iin ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

8 -JOHN BOLL JARRED 1 &THE LAST "WEEK HAS HEEN CROWDED WITH BIG POLITI CAL SEXSATIOXS. TURKISH RIOT FAKED UP. IMKXDEU TO AKKOKD AN EXCUSE FOR ANOTHER MASSACRE OF ARMENIANS. «1 I I ATIO\ IS MIXED IN RHODESIA. ionic Doubt as to the Good Faith of the Native Warriors In Surrendering. LONDON. Aug. 29.— Politically the past week has been the liveliest in a long time, the bombardment of the tO palace of the sultan of Zanzibar, the rioting in and about Constantinople, the settlement of the troubles in Rho desia, the beginning of the czar's tour of the European capitals, and the ad vance of the British expedition up the Nile having provided columns of inter esting news daily. The Zanzibar in cident and the Constantinople massa cres came like a couple of tornadoes. The British press is unanimous in expressing the opinion that the attack lipon the Ottoman bank has done im measurable harm to the Armenian cause, and news of fresh massacres of Armenians in the provinces in re prisal is hourly...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

8 JOHN BULL JARRED THE LAST WEBK HAS lIKEN CROWDED WITH HHJ POLITI CAL SENSATIONS, TURKISH RIOT FAKED UP. INTENDED TO AFFORD AX EXCUSE FOX ANOTHER MASSACRE OF ARMENIANS. fcITI'ATION is MIXED 1\ RHODESIA. |t«ni»- Doubt as to the Good Faith at the Nnti»»- Wnrriom lv SiiiTfiKlcrlns. LONDON. Aug. 29.— Politically the past week has been the liveliest in a long time, the bombardment of the ~ : palace of the sultan of Zanzibar, the rioting in and about Constantinople, tin- settlement of the troubles in Rho ... the beginning of the czar's tour of the European capitals, and the ad vance of the British expedition up the Nil( having provided columns of intei esting news daily. The Zanzibar in cident and the Constantinople massa came like a couple of tornadoes. The British press is unanimous in expressing the opinion that the attack ttpon the Ottoman bank has done im measurable harm to the Armenian cau^e. ami news of fresh massacres of Armenians in the provinces in re prisal is hourly expected....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2» SOUTH FOURTH STKKET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. The office of the Outing association in the court house and city hall will close until after the carnival. Hereafter the First avenue south electric cars will run around the union depot loop, the same aa before the streets were torn up. Otis Skinner's engagement at the Metro politan opera house will open this evening, and he will continue to hold the stage for the balance of the week. Superintendent of Schools Jordan wishes the pubiic to understand that the school for the deaf will be maintained this year as last, In the Madison building. The way to the Coronation concert will be made beautiful Monday night by a continuous line of pink Greek flre illumination, from Tenth street, down Nicollet, across the two bridges, up Central avenue and on to the great Exposition building. Charles F. Waterbury was quietly divorced yesterday morning. Judge Elliott officiating In the presence of a few uninvited guests. The charges pre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

1O )]4E OR TWO GA|fIES? HAT IS THE PROBLEM .OF YESTER DAY'S DOINGS AT AURORA PARK. ETROIT HAS ONE CINCHED. ,l\\l\<; IT SEVEN TO TWO BY battim; rarut in one in ning. OMISKKY CLAIMS jfHE OTHER. ony "Mullnne as Umpire Declaring It Forfeited to St. Paul—De troit Rejects the Count. _H etrolt 7. St. Paul 2. >!liincHiioli» 8, Grand Rapid" 2. Milwuuk.ee 8, Coluinbua 5. flayed. Won. Lost. P. C. Inneapolls 109 70 39 .642 ,dianam>lis 106 64 -42 .604 I Paul 114 65 49 .570 - etroit 11l 63 48 .568 ansas City 10S 57 51 .528 Uwaukee 116 52 64 .448 lumbus 115 39 76 .339 rand Rapids 117 38 79 .325 The following table shows from what teams s have been won and to what tearasjostj clubs. ! { .& f a r I? I P c: := ■ • !• * • tj • ■F• •y : 5 : : :*••■••?• • linneapolis — 5^29 12 15 7 10 70 .642 idianapolis 6— 3 9 9 8 15 14 64.604 t. Paul 8 8 — 9 8 12 8 12 65 .570 ■etroit 4 11 6— 8 5 16 13 63.568 :ansas City 7 2 12 4 —11 12 9 57 .528 _ilwaukee 5 5 8 6 9 — 11 8 52.448 olumbus 4 5 6 4 2 5— 13 39...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

RACES FOH IKfIiDAY LIST OF THOSE ENTERED FOR THE BICYCLE EVENT AT THE FAIR. PLENTY OF RACERS WILLING TO <JO OIT AFTER THE LIBERAL PBUBS THAT ARE OF FERED. ftl'MllLUt OF CYCLES IX COSTUMES. Severn! Ladies "Will Compete for the MoNt Hand Home I'yoje CODtamei. The Deere Weber bicycle day at the State fair grounds Monday bids fair to be the greatest cycle meet ever held •west of Chicago. There will be a num ber of clubs in costume, whose mem bers will number over 100. Among them will be the Spauldlng and United Wheelmen and the Young Women's Christian Association clubs, of Minne apolis; the Capital City, Laurels and the Crimson Rims, from St. Paul. Quite a number of ladies have entered for the contest for the handsomest cycle costume, most graceful rider and the best costume bicycle club com posed of ladies. The officers of the day are: Referee— C. D. Velie. Starters -J. A. Wirtensohn, Fred Carpen ter. \V. T. Hutchins. Timer— H. F. Jones. Assistant Timers— J. W. Jones, A. E. Nott, H....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

12 SHEETS Op SILVER OX THEM ARE INSCRIBED THE GRATEFIL TRIBUTE, TO J. J. HILL, OF THE DIOCESAN PRIESTS. HANDSOME MEMORIAL, PRESENTED TO THE PATRON OF ST. PAUL SEMINARY. MR. HILL IN HIS ACCEPTANCE I r*;*'d Upon the Catholic Clerfty the Kt'tttraint of Hut Headed I'ar tisiuiN in Their FloekH. The priests of the archdiocese, to the tiumber of 140, have been in retreat during the past week at St. Paul's seminary. The spiritual exercises were under the direction of Rt. Rev. James McGolrick. bishop of Duluth. The priests took advantage of this, their first coming together since the seminary was dedicated, to fulfill the pleasing duty then agreed upon of pre senting to Mr. Hill a token of their gratitude for his gift of half a mil lion dollars for the erection and en dowment of the diocesan seminary. They had hoped to be able to meet Mr. Hill on Friday last, as many of them find it necessary in order to reach their homes on Saturday evening to depart early on Saturday morning. Mr. Hill, how...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

F»/\GES 13 to 24. VOL. XIX.— NO. 243. JSIBfIESOTfI'S FIRST nUBSB FACTS ABOI'T THE MEX WHO RESPONDS!) TO THE COLX TUY'S CAL.I* THE CHARGE AT GETTYSBURG SHOWED THE lIRAVKRV AHD TRIE IJLOOO OF THE NORTH STAR REGIMENT. j , fIOXORKD ROLL OF THE DEAD. Full Story of tlic- Orsrnnf'.ntlon and Itt, IVrsonnel — Its Coin- Kiandi-ri, (Copyright, IS9C. by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.) "Xo more gallant deed !s recorded in • y." was Gen. Hancock's tribute to the First Minnesota for its forlorn Charge at Gettysburg July 2, 1863. Un many a brilliant feat of arms, the dash of the First Minnesota that day attended with the most palpable noes of the struggle gone through. Somebody got hurt, and the statement may be verified by reference to the roll of honor at the close of this artl- The regiment had a, history before it broke all records on the field "of des tlny." When the news reached "vVash irs'ton on Saturday evening, April 13, That Maj Anderson had agreed to uate Fort Suinter...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

14 BOOKS OF TJIE HOUR A HW AUTHOR WHITE!) OF THE JEWISH QUARTER IN \B\V YORK. STORIES BY HENRY JAMES. A (HUACO AUTHOR IWTHODM'ISS A nCW (H\KA(iKH TO OCR FICTIOV. JIMA\ HAWTHORNE'S LATEST. *Mr*. tiernlfl." liy Maria Louise ioni — Literary Notes of lutrrt-Kt — The \cni»i Hooks. Tlic reviewer who would fain believe that he influences public opinion must certainly feel ineffectual when con fronting a new volume from the pen of Mr. Henry James. It makes little difference what the critics say of Mr. James, whose audience, though small, Is both select and stable. Those who appreciate the fine flavor of his work will seize greedily upon his new books as they come from the press, while those to whom his exquisite style, his keen insight into the soul and his il limitable ingenuity in setting forth sit uations of intense psychological inter est seem matters of small importance in a book, will not be persuaded by any eulogies into testing a vintage for which their palate is not trained. Yet we...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

.. .._ . „ __ __ . . 5 „ ?\. r* 170 i"i I#^ /v 1 l-% 3 \^L/^fc^-^ \*• -II - *» *J *• A score of managers will contend for your good opinions, each striving to impress you with the matchless attractions in thsir respective departments. « from our Band Stand Values remarkable and unexpected have been prepared for this occasion, that all who call may become impressed with the commercial greatness of St. ]\ j n f ron f ouf cf ore Paul in general and the Go'den Rule in particular. We appreciate the- fact that there will be thousands of visitors in St. Paul during the State Fair and 0 * G. A. R. Encampment, who have had the desire but not the opportunity, as yet, to visit the recognized Leading Mercantile Houss of the Northwest, THE jj by Seibert ? s Full Mil- GOLDEN RULE. To these we throw open our doors and extend a cordial invitation, that they may satisfy themselves that we not only carry the largest <| itary Band. stock, but that our prices are so low on the best qualities that th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

16 H SAitiT PAUL SOCIAL. H The delightful autumn weather of the last week made wheeling a more than usually enjoyable pastime, and the cycle paths have been filled each day with cyclers to and from Minne apolis and White Bear. The golden rod, the city girl's delight, and the farmers' pest, has come Into blossom and formed the chief decoration at the several weddings and social affairs of the week. Sweet peas have also been a favorite flower for decoration and never before has this fragrant blossom been more abundant. The rear yards of many of the houses on St. Anthony Hill have been converted into bowers of beauty and fragrance this year, and though hidden from the view of the passer-by these back yards are a source of great comfort to their own ers and privileged friends. The Minnetonka Yacht club was the center of attraction at the lake last week, and the club house at the St. Louis bay was very artistically deco rated. The yacht club race was at tended by society people from both...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

WHALE IN HfIRiiESS 3EMAUKABM3 STORY WHICH COMES FROM FAR. OFF ALASKA. jCAPTURED WHEN A BABY. THE YOISG LEVIATHAN IS TAUGHT TO TOW A BOAT. COMIXG TO SAS FRANCISCO. d:irni-»M-;l to a SWlff He Is \ovr V Being; Driven Down the Pacific Coast. Col. F. W. Black, of the customs department at Sand Point, Popoff isl and, situated in the Shunagin group of islands off the Alaskan peninsula. is in Tacoma. and is authority for a remaT-kable story of a captive whale, which, if the plans have not miscar ried, is now being driven to San Fran cico.harnessed to a boat and driven by his captors down the coast through -the wateis of the ocean. The whale, ( named Bulshoy, an Aleut word for im mense, was captured in the spring of 1894 when a calf some eighteen or twenty months old. It was then about fifteen or sixteen feet long:, and though so young and small was possessed of considerable strength. During a chase for whales by whites and Indians it was driven into Pirate cove, the entrance to which is not...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

18 PLAYS fIJiD PLfIYERS OPENIXG OF THE SEASON AT BOTH OPERA HOI ; SES THIS EVEN ING. ALABAMA" OF ENDURING FAME WILL. BE THE INITIAL PRODI'C TIOX AT THE METROPOLI TAN. B. GRATTAN DOSXELLY'S PLAY, "Tin- Woman in Illufk." nl the Grand — Uohhlp of the Theatrical World. The season at the Metropolitan will «pen tonight with the Clement Bain bridge company, in Augustus Thomas' great play "Alabama." Few plays have met with the success which has been achieved by "Alabama." The re- AXXA CUMBERLAND. suit is scarcely surprising when its truth, its poetry, its tenderness and its humor are taken into considera tion. They are of a character that will always make "Alabama" appeal to the best feelings and impulses of human nature. Its simplicity, its naturalness, its faithfulness to the character of the people and section it represents, do certainly deserve the appellation of greatness. It is more than a pleasure to know that the work of an American dramatist has met with such a phe nomenal success....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

PARIS fIJiD pfISHIOJiS •OMB AVWMM MODELS, NEW IN THEIR l)i:si(,\ AND OIT LINES, OF SKIRTS AND SLEEVES. BOTH WILL. BE MICH LESS FULL THAN THEY HAVE lIKE\ OF LATE. WILL BE JIK H WORN. Narrow Black Velvet Ribbon Has Again Become a Stylish Mode of Decoration. At Redfern's Paris house this week there were to be seen half a dozen au tumn models that appeared to be ex tremely advanced— not that the gowns were at all 'outre," but that the skirts and sleeves were proclaimed "le der nier cri" in point of cut and size. A year ago the "advanced model" sug gested the use of the greatest amount of stuffs that the human frame could carry. The reverse is true now, and the "extreme" in the modes means the least amount of fullness possible. The change has been a long- time in coming, but it is a radical one, and, if accepted by customers, a last season's gown will look strange next October. Those who had spring gowns made quite up-to-date will be able to wear them this autumn; but few took the spring...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

20 |§j golp 1 pip Mot get. j§|| JtoU? Romantic Stories of Fortune-Making by Men Who Have Come jS/jS/ "^\^( Within an Ace of Striking Millions. OfCi^Zl il'vi ■+ Wi ?* i^ ■■* I'^?* y^S 0-* ''■ *£ ?*s>j r-*vs ?*£'*s r-**^ s/^c > CRIPPLE CREEK, Col., Aug. 27.— There are 12,000 men in Cripple Creek, and fully 10,000 of them are mourning over the fortunes they have lost. You - meet every day miners who will tell you how near they came to owning the Portland, the Independence, the Victor or other big mince which are now turning out tens of thousands of dollars a month. Some will whis per how they sold mines for a song which are now worth millions, and others will curse their luck as they describe the fortunes which have slipped through their fingers. HALF A MILLION FOR "GRUB." I saw a man hauling logs at the town of Victor, near Cripple Creek, the other day who sold a haif-million dollar mine to pay a grocery bill of $40. He was earning $3 a day, and he was working for the men who bo...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

{ IN LABOR'S REALM. ASSEMBLY HALL'S 111 1.1.1'.T1 \ . M«M-tiim» of Organized Labor to B« Held Thi* Week. Plumbers' (special, 1:30 p. m.) Today Iron moulders' (special, 2 p. m.) Today Socialist Labor party Today Stage employee Tuesday Carpenters Tuesday Harnessmakers Tuesday Cornice workers Wednesday Bookbinders Wednesday Pressfeeders Thursday Stereotypers Thursday Garment workers Thursday Bricklayers Thursday Horseshoers Friday Shoemakers Friday Pressmen Saturday Letter carriers Saturday One week from tomorrow is labor's holiday. Show your loyalty to the cause by turning cut in the parade. Remember the procession will move from Rice park promptly at 9 o'clock. The picnic will take place at White Bear lake in the arternoon. The first train leaves at 12:10, over the Uuluth road. Judging from present indications the labor unions of St. Paul will get down to sys tematic work of the right kind after Labor day, and continue it through the fall and ■winter season. The newly-appointed stand...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 August 1896

2a MtfEDYTfIfIT'ShOST I RNISHED BY THE SIPERS AND IS LOST TO THE PUB "HE FUN BEHIND THE SCENES. BX-MAKAGBR KINGSIH HY TELLS SOME LAUGHABLE INCIDENTS HB HAS SKE.V. ,i:\V YORK HAS DISTINCT SPECIES. low J. .1. Cr.lilerwood, of Minne apolis, Made a Hit an a Chi c::k<> Stm«e. Ex-Manager Klngsbury.of the Grand ij'iva house, while busily engaged in Iding the advent of "The Woman n Black," still finds time enough to _ake a farewell of the many friends le has mads during his sojourn here. \lt. Kingsbury, although a young ran, has already served a veteran's n th<- profession, and has in that k riod gathered together many araus ng stories which have come up in his theatrical career. "The comedy part of the show busi -,ces to me," remarked Mr. Kingsbury ast evening 1 , "is the 'super,' or, as he s !;nu',vn in vulgar parlance, the 'supe.' I have in the course of my career seen many amusing incidents in con wction with these embryo actors. The '"sew York super is a distinct species of he...

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