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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE Xt» SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS EVENTS FOR TODAY. ! Hinp Yule — Formal Opening-, 8. Dedication, 4. Guard Mount, _. II In m I notion. 8. Street* — Bicycle. Maau.uern.de, 8. Bleyele Parade, 8, Illumination. S to IU. Metropolitan— Ot In Skinner. H.IK. Hijou— Old Kentucky. HAS. Palace Muaenni — Ynrietien, 8.15. MINNEAPOLIS GLOiil LE9. N. F. Grlswold asks the district court for • $3,000 Judgment against J. B. Gould on a |ii mill— in | note. The residence of H. R. Bates, at 3140 Col fax avenue south, was broken into Sunday night and the burglars made off with $22. A joint meeting of Satterlee and Minnehaha lodges, G. T., will be held Wednesday evening at Avery hall, 14 Twenty-sixth street west fudge Jamison yesterday morning signed the order divorcing Enoch Lord from Gertrude Lord. Desertion was the ground of the ap plication for divorce. lames L. Sprague, of this city was robbed ot $2.-00 at Chicago Sunday. He had just ar llv.M from Buffalo, X. V., and was on his...

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. — 1 September 1896

8 WITH A PIE-WIFE ANY ONE CAN CARVE POLK COUN TY AS HE MAY SE LECT, IF HE CAN GET A MAJORITY. STATE COUNTY BOUNDARY COM MISSION WILL LET THEM VOTE ON ALL. ATTORNEY GENERAL DEPARTS Boldly From Certain UtteruneeH of the Supreme Court in a Former Case. Polk county people may vote this \ year upon as many propositions for : county subdivision as the ingenious ' schemers there resident can devise, un less some means can be found to take the matter into the courts before elec- ■ tion day. There seem to be a number j of complications, however, and if the j language of Attorney General Childs, ! in an opinion rendered to the state I county boundary commission yester- I day, is to be read literally, he takes ; direct issue with rulings of the su. preme court in the state in a former case involving Polk county. This course is somewhat audacious, and much interest is manifested in official and legal circles as to the result of this position on the future official ac- i tion of the state in thi...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 September 1896

JJO STILIt LIFE THIS 1 DiSraU-Ml MIGHT TO WITNESS THE «JKi:s. REHEARS \l. OF THE LAVING FLAG, CONGDON'S ARDUOUS WORK REM LTS IS A PICTIKB THAT SPEAKS MORE THAN WORDS CAN PAINT. WITH TWO THOISAM) CHILDREN The \iitioii*H I<*mhle*ii AVhone Evitj Fold Ik Aiiiiiin.eti Uy the Piilsn ti_.|iM >if Thai Miiuy Hearts. A kaleidoscopic fickleneess of colors aiul shapes, moving in and out, over j and under, always different, and yet bringing- to the eye the same results tn red, white and blue, the chaotic scene heightened in interest by ear splitting yells and cat calls, the Living Flag held a dress rehearsal yesterday afternoon at the grand stand adjoin ing the new federal building. Two thousand future fathers and mothers of this great and glorious ag gregation of sovereign states climbed over the backs of seats, threw paper balls St each other, reached under the skeleton structure and stuck pins Into each other, in total oblivion of future responsibility. Prof. Congdon tore his hair in an...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 September 1896

10 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. & n^ & &?&&&& lrOWC2f?r ABSOLUTELY PURE 'RASTUS ON PARADE toil till!. i**i«.t __H__m__MH THE mum with \ ran .%_• -IMUII'HI VI I. MB. IT IS A MARTIAL COMPANY. -•kk*»i:\ti>«- omc mm the rncn I i::i\ T< UK Mil \RMV 111 —WW .in:, hkiii -.sit »iom;v to bi h\. Ami \re »><•«•> I iik « I'unl I'aee for Am !n I ions I'lislN to Follow. \ special train from Chicago pulled the union station on the Milwau kee i.iad yesterday afternoon which was dedd< dly different from the usual encampment train. It consisted of but live sleepers and they contained the members of Columbia Post Xo. 706, of Chicago. Their orderly appearance und line military bearing attracted universal attention as they formed in line and marched Pward Newspaper Row, headed by the Fort Snelling Mil itary band. They serenaded the ■v **(___ _•. -*' a T" ■ \ '^ ,^_^-3_H_____fe I • ■* - / B. F. NOURSE. Globe, a i j l l were ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

THE SAINT PAUL G_LOBET 12 Pages. VOL. XIX.— NO. 246. '^r^N ' s^& WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898. PRICE TWO CENTS— { rfSJ __#?,. 12 Pages.

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

2 BULLETIN OF THE ST. PRrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, SEPT. 3. "Weather for Today— Storms Threatened. page: i. Welcome to the G. A. R. I'AGK 2. Thirty Thousund Vets Will Parade. Hundred Thousand Sti*aii*ers Here. PAGE :;. Brilliant Parade of Cycle t'lulw. At Department Headquarter*. I'At.IC 4. F-litorinl. Heeei'tioii at Summit Park. tamp lire Oratory. PAGE 5. A|»ostle» Attain Defeat GoldhUKS. Miller- Keep on WimiiUK. Ilixisii-rs Down the Brewers. Remit- in tfce National. Fifteen Thousand at the State Fair. PAGE ti. -lan. t uudidntes for Commander. PAGE 7. Fort. Iteulmental Keunions. PAGE N. At the Women's Headquarter*. \\ . It. C. and l-.lectton Gossip. PAGE ». KeOTM of Minneapolis. Masquerade Carnival Mjfht. Kimill nl \ermont Election*. PAGE 10. \-i\j«l Veteran* Parade, liar »>il\er. t'S .'{-Se. tush Wheat, 58 7-se. Stock Sales Small. PAGE tl. Carlisle's Idea of ■ Money Plank. Bragg l.i iiiK 1 P at Indianapolis. Want* of the People. I'AGK 12. Lawler's Presidential Chances. Bryaa Talks at C...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

1 «A JHmJS[BS The L ° n £ and *ißn'T__r* Short of It. U« 11 w sor * s anc^ conditions of \f ■ % men may find clothing here that is exactly adapt ed to their needs in size, shape and price. In the lower-priced grades, as in the finest, the tailoring and workmanship are all that skill and c.re can make them, the difference in cost being wholly in the difference of materials used. We do not make "cheap" clothing, but we have solved the problem of how to make really good Cloth ing at honest prices that are not high. Try one of B. K. & Co.'s reliable tailor-made 510.00, $15.00, 520.00 or 525.00 Suits, with our guar antee that they are as good in every rts^&t as the average Merchant Tailor's garments at about half the cost. Browning, King & Co. Corner Seventh and Robert Sts., St. Paul. BIKERS Of. PARADE KIGHT DISPLAY OF CYCLE CM BS ATTRACTS ADMIRING THOU SANDS. CRIMSON RIMS IN THE LEAD. PILOT THE PROCESSION THHOLUH THE GAILY LIGHTED STREETS. •SEXTI PLET RIDERS APPLAUDED. Displ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

4 THE DflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY PAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payj-fol. in Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Mouth .BO Dally and Sunday, Six Month- - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - 9&.00 Dally Only, per Montli -- - - .40 Dally Only, Six Mouths f2.U5 Daily Only, One Year f4.vH> Sunday Only, One Year f 1.50 Weekly, One Year "1.00 Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST.. N. W. Complete flies ot the Globe always kept on h«ind for reference. WRATH-SB, FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON. Sept. I.— Forecast for Wednesday: Minnesota— Local rains; south erly winds; shifttng to northwesterly; cooler in southern portion Wednesday night. Wisconsin— Partly elondy weather; probably j local showers Wednesday afternoon or night; j fresh and brisk ioutherly winds; warmer Wednesday. North Dakota— Fair, prece...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

BOTH BOYS PITGHED WOLTERS AND FRICKEN WERE WELL MATCHED AT AURORA PARK YESTERDAY. ST. PAUL WON-THREE TO TWO. lifting the local team back to third place with out doibt. Millers beat tigers again. And Are Making a Desperate Fight to Bring the Pennant of ISO. North. St. Paul 3, Grand Rapids 2. Minneapolis H, Detroit 4. Indianapolis 3, Hilnaukee 2. Kansas City 10, Columbus 7. Played. Won. Lost P. C. Minneapolis 112 73 39 .662 Indianapolis ill 67 44 .604 St. Paul 116 66 60 .569 Detroit 113 64 49 .666 Kansas City 113 60 63 .531 Milwaukee 119 58 66 .446 Columbus 118 40 78 .339 Grand Rapids 120 38 82 .317 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Grand Rapids at St. Paul. • Detroit at Minneapolis. Columbus at Kansas City. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. One of the prettiest hase hall games of the season was witnessed at Aurora purk yesterday afternoon by a few hundred people, most of whom were visitors from outside the city. The re sult was an impartial crowd, and the Grand Rapids team had as much moral suppor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

6 KENTUCKY AFTER IT AYOI LD I.IKE TO SEE COMMANDER HOUSO.N MAHE COMMANDER IN-CHIEF. LINEHANS FRIENDS ACTIVE. M'W HAMPSHIRE THINS-- NEW YORK SIIOIL1) BE SATISFIED WITH ONE HONOR. WASHINGTON HAS A PHYSICIAN I Who l» YVillinj*- to Serve the Na tional llody In the Same Capacity. Interest in the selection of the na tional eonimander was increased yes terday by the announcement that Senior Vice Commander Hobson, of Kentucky, is a candidate and is being vigorously boomed by his friends. lowa is doing a great deal of quiet work for | Gen. John A. Given and are trading j with the Easterners who are more in- | terested in securing the encampment for Buffalo than in electing a com mander from the East. lowa has the promised support of some of the West- j on states, as has also Buffalo for the I encampment J. C. Linehan, who hails ; from New Hampshire, has a rival in ! his own section in Daniel R. Ballou. of j Rhode Island, department commander. I and who is said to be the favorite of j New Yor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

igifgli THE MINNEAPOLIS LOCK HOSPITAL fa * ai *^^ ;^*^® i, "*^™™™*Hßßr Was established in 1867. The New Hospital at 137 North Tenth Street, Corner Western Avenue, is thoroughly equipped and Furnished, has Electric, Turkish and Vapor f M *^**!^f , , . Baths, which will be given in rooms above the ground floor. The most experienced operator in the country has been engaged for Massage Treatment. In fact, this institu- j^2%A tion combines the advantages of a first-class Sanitarium and Home. The location is high and healthy, and convenient to the railroads. The operating room, as well as all j^^^^L *" : ,^s % the other apartments, have been rendered thoroughly antiseptic by a new process, and the floors are covered with impermeable material. Dr. Hugh Nelson is president" and £WSJEE m m^±% -\\\ ||> general managerof this institution. and his corps of associates cannot be excelled in this country for skill, accuracy, judgment; besides one of them is a graduate and doctor of J_r'ilfl-___...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

8 CONCERTS PY EflD LITTLE INTEREST HI THE PRO GRAMMES AT KITTSON HOUSE. LIVELY TIME IS LOOKED FOR "WHEN CONSOLIDATION OF WOM EN'S SOCIETIES IS DIS CUSSED. IDEA IS NOT AT ALL POPULAR. W. R. C. and G. A. R. Ladles Dis pute the Wisdom of Gen.Walk er'» Subvention. "What they doln' in there?" asked the old lady of her veteran husband, as she raised herself on her tiptoes to gain a better view of the interior of the reception room at the women's head quarters yesterday, during the rendi tion of one of the programmes. "Oh, it's some women playin' on fiddles and things." replied the old man, as he turned away and gave his attention to the war flags. No wonder the old lady asked, for the hum of voices has been po great at the headquarters of late one could not hear any portion of the programme given, unless one stood di rectly before the participants. One young woman of the Daughter, of Vet erans was heard to reii._rK that when one heard applause and nothing else that was a recitation, and t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

S. E. OLSON CO., The "BIG STORE," MINNEAPOLIS. Great Special Bargain Sale THURSDAY. SEE DAILY PAPERS. Everybody is invited to come whether they wish to buy or not. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE _» SOUTH FOURTH STREET. "HIXNEAPOLI- EVEXTS. Metropolitan— Otis Skinner, 2.30,8.15 ltijoii— Old Kentucky, 8.15. Wright Park.— Base Ball, 3.»0. Street*— Carnival Parade, S. Women's Cycle Parade, 8. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBILES. A gasoline explosion at a residence at 1808 Dupont avenue south caused a small loss Monday. A woman, whose name could not be learned, burned her hand slightly in try ing to extinguish the flames. This evening Mr. Skinner will play Romeo to the Juliet of Miss Durbin. For the niat ine today the bill will be "The Lady of Lyons." John CoveDy. lessee of the building occu pied as the Hotel Hyser, has had difficulty with his landlord, Thomas J. Cairns, whom he has restrained from having the electric lights taken out of the hotel during the fair and carnival week. The difficulties between them w...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

10 HY SICK SIFTERS. v'*.*\ ' M I want to tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. For twenty years I had suffered with loss of appetite, nausea, constipation, palpi JK tation of the heart, head- 4«___ff \ ache and pains in nearly _B^ J_____j ft U parts sician said it i^^^^^h waS ° nly Vegetable Compound. I have taken four bottles, and now those troubles are cured. " I cannot praise it enough, and our druggist says the medicine is doing a world of good among his customers." — Belle S. Thompson, New Bedford, Mass. Abb HANDS Ofl DECK NAVAL VETERANS RESPOND TO THE CALL, FOR THE FIRST PARADE. MOVED PROMPTLY ON TIME. ESTABLISHING A PRECEDENT FOR TODAY'S MARCH WORTHY OF OBSERVANCE. a FINE MILITARY APPEARANCE Was Presented by This, the First of the Street Displays Thia Weel_. Very creditable to the management of the committee on parades and re views, indeed, was the precision with which the first march was begun. It was that in honor of the Naval Vet erans and ex...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 September 1896

GEN. BRAGG'S BOOM IT IS ASSUMING WINNING PROPOR TIONS AMONG THK NATIONAL DEMOCRATS. GOLD MEN MEET TODAY. SEN ATOM PALMER WILL CALL THE INDIANAPOLIS CONVENTION TO ORDER. PROGRAMME AS IT IS LAID OUT. Nominations and the Platform Will Not Be Reached Until tbe Second Day, INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. I.—Sen ator John M. Palmer, of Illinois, chair man of the provisional committee ap pointed at Chicago five weeks ago, will call the convention of gold Democrats to order at noon tomorrow in Tomlin- ■ exterior OF INDIANAPOLIS CONVENTION HALL,, SEEN FR OM SOUTHWEST CORNER. son hall. All the indications are that the gathering will exceed expectations both in ooint of numbers and states represented. From the lists in the hands of Secretary Wilson tonight it is certain that over SOO delegates will be present, representing forty-one or forty-two states and territories. Con sidering the fact that the original call ( for the meeting of representatives of ten middle and western states was Issued July 2...

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. — 2 September 1896

ia DON'T PAY a dollar for a seal to view the parade when you can buy a Camp Stool for 15c. ONLY 15c. ONLY Be. 12 and 74 East Seventh Street. GOOD RACING PROGRAMME. Clone Finishes and Good Time lit Each Event. The trotting races were more than well at tended. The races were good events, the finishes being of the very closest and the time good. The crowd shouted itself hoarse ln approval and showed that the management had fulfilled its promise in giving something that was worth the money. The races were a novelty to the old turf-goers, as they were trotted under the new scheme of only three heats, flrst money going to the winner of the flrst heat, second money to the winner of the second heat and third money to the winner of the third heat and fourth and fifth money to the next horses up. Sid Black, the trick bicycle rider, was present at the track, having arrived from the East a day late, and gave a splendid exhibi tion of track riding that pleased the large crowd, especially the con...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

[ 16 Pages. J VOL. XIX.—NO. 247. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PPIrUL GLOBE. \Veather for Today- Fair and Manner. PAGE 1. Great Parade of Veterans. Welcome to the G. A. R. PAGE 2. Parade of Firemen. PAGE 3. Reception at Hotel Ryan. Camptires by the Score. G. A. R. Election Gossip. PAGE 4. Editorial. Prof. Laughlin'r) Sound Money Talk. PAGE 5. Encampment Convention Today. Medal for Mr. and Mrs. Walker. PAGE U. Ladies Praise St. Paul Hospitality. Doinp-s at Ladies* Headquarters. Rennion of Xew York Dragoons. State Department Commanders, PAGE 7. Saints Crawl Ip on Hoosiers. Millers Take Third From Detroit. Gentry Gets a Xew Pacing Record, PAGE 8. Ranner Day at the State Fair. PAGE 0. Sketch of W. R. C. Departments. PAGE 10. Work of Sound Money Convention. Organization to Be Permanent. Text fit Sound Money Platform. PAGE 11. Minnesota's Soldiers' Home. PAGE 12. Major Arabella. PAGE 13. _» A Hammond's Story of Transvaal Raid. PAGE 14. Minnesota's "War Governor. A / .Wisconsin's Bravest Regiment, P...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE ftl!S*-**Sj*£NS *^WE*C^Siv!W£@ [ 16 Pages. J jpti_~§^_? 9^-s^;9^*j3* VOL. XIX.—NO. 247. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PftUL GLOI3E. Weather for Today— I'iitr and Warmer PAGE 1. Great Par ado of \ I'li-rmis. Welcome t<> the li. A. 11. I* Alii: *i. Parade <>i Plremen. PAGE .:. It. .-,-pl i.-i. Nt ll.ilt-l Ityiiß, i :>. 11l |>li i-<-s !>> I lit- '.. , . < '.. It. I'.leetioii (.<>•»•.! p. PA OK 4. Editorial. l.anulitill'N --<>t::i:? lirnri Talk, PAtiK r,. ■ :>i-i< ii t ( .i Toilin . '!:• and Mr; . \*i ulkiT. V VtiK O. I.as'ies Praise St. Paul EloH|iitality. - i La .lis* l!« ad«| • rlers. lit-niiloii ot \<-\i DriiKouna, >t:il<- mil 'itli i-s, PAGE T. -a!;i{s t r.*i\*» t I > on HooMlers. Miller : i i- n; Detroit. . - a ><-v> Pacini; Rnoiil. PAGE N. I»n j a I I 'i<- *- ::iit- la i s*. PAGE !'. NU.-ech „i \\*. I!. C. I)e|tarlm<-ntß. PAIiE 10. • Convention. I> • on lo Uv Permaneii t. Te.\l M( Sound llon...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

2 dinavian Christine —but all, through the welding influence of the public ■schools, America*—. No foreign acent sounded its alien note in "My Country, 'Tis of Thee"—it -.as purely American, the greatest na ti, i*al day that St. Panl has seen in all her history. Prof. Congdon handled with great skill, and did not await the coming of the proceeaton to put them through some of their exercises. He had for them a simple routine of cali sthenics, and at his bidding more than 2,006 hands rose in air, clapped to gether and waved their fingers aloft. and as simple as the movements were, the sight of su many childish hands moving in unison was a wonderful spectacle. And long before the lordly file of mounted police appeared, with Chief Goss at their head, first man in all the parade, they sang in childish treble and alto and soprano the na tional airs that all love to hear, and received from the crowd waiting so patiently, and harrassed by policemen and guardsmen, the reward for their well-d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 3 September 1896

TURNED fl DEflf EAR AIDITORHM CAMP FIRE Al DIEXCE HEBI KKS A SEMI-POLITICAL. HARAXGIE. HUNDREDS LEFT THE HALL WHILE MR. KILI'ORE. OF NEW - MIRK, TRIED I'll TALK OF _5 PARTIES. BIG MEETING AT MARKET HALL. til pt. Jack Crawford Entertain* v Larue Crowd With His Songs - ***• and Stories. That the 7.500 people who attended the Ex-Prisoners ol War campfire at the Auditorum last night came pre pared to be served with the regulation menu of the old-fashioned campfire; that it would not be satisfied with any short-comings, and that it would re-' sent any interpolation of politics, was plainly evidenced by the large number who left during the delivery of the 1 speech of J. L. Kilgore. of New York. > f Mr. Kilgore sougfy, by tlie adroit mani pulation of words and phrases, to con vey the idea that Republicanism and loyalty to the union were synonomous, and incidentally he condemned, in very f\v« eptng terms, all those who might vote th*' Democratic ticket this fall. L ss than eleven of the ...

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