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

fIOT IN HIS GRAVE ONK MK.MB--R OF JOHN BROWN'S PARTI WHO DOES NOT MOILDER. H£ IS NOW A POPULIST. BELATI -. HIS EXPERIEME WHILE ATTi'M»I\<J THK ST. LOUS lIIWEXTION. HAS OME A NI.AVSIV-I'KR M\\ Who Joined the Abolitionists In Kuiisun sml Followed Them Through the Ruld. One of the most interested spectators i of the Populist national convention at | St Louis was an old man, thick set, ) with long hair and grizzled beard, I hailing from Kansas. He was not a man who would be j taken for a celebrity, yet that man, | according to his own statements, and j those of his neighbors, is probably the ! only survivor of that historic raid of John Brown at Harper's Ferry. His name Is Col. Richard J. Hlhton. i "While he was not in reality in that memorable raid, it was because he was acting under the orders of Capt. Brown at the time, and was trying to reach the abolitionist with a wagon loaded with supplies. Col. Hinton was a close personal friend of John Brown and an ardent admirer of the Kans...

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. — 7 September 1896

8 IMPORTS of gold HAVE AN IMPORTANT BEARING ON THE CONDITIONS IN "WALL STHEET. FINANCIERS ARE HOPEFUL THE TWENTY MILLIONS DHOUGHT IN DO MICH TO E-SE THE HOBBY MABKET. OBJECT LESSON TO SILVEKITES Of Hit* Value of Remaining on a Sound Money Basin — Henry Clews.* Review. Special Correspondence of the Globe. Henry Clows In his weekly review of the financial conditions in Wall street Bays: Financial affairs at this center have Shown, during the past week, the evi dences of recovery which were fore shadowed in my last advices. It has been more than once intimated in these letters that the great alarm of late months has been produced rather by impending possibilities as to matters of the very gravest nature than by any decided probability that the things feared would be actually accomplished. It is true that this distinction does not warrant the supposition hat the appre hension has been groundless; for the financial and political revolution em b. died in the Chicago platform is so complet...

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. — 8 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 252. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. f UESDAY, SEI'T. 8. Weather for Today— Light Sluniorii. PAGE 1. tlrjan Talks to Labor Men. News of the XorthweiHt. Intiuest at Glencoe Itegrun. Allen talks at Slkiix Falls. Election in Artouim, PAGK 2. Labor Day In St. Panl. Rouxton Girl's Experience in St. Paul PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis. Canal Projectors Itamiueted. Bed Men Capture tbe Town, Firemen' Make Great Dlnplay, Tlie Day at Minnehaha. PAGE 4. - • Editorial. Watwou Vigorous Against Sewall. PAGK 3. Saints and Honslrrs Divide Etch. Millers Have Record for Victories. Tigers Suffer Two Defeats. Gold Bugs and Blues Each Take One Two World's Records Broken. Gnuduur Defeats Stan bury. PAGE O. Formidable Anti-British Alliance. British Trades Congress. Stillwater Affairs. PAGE 7. Wants of the People. Heavy Movement in Grain. News of tlie Railroads. PAGE 8. Knute Bondy*s Disasters. Jack Crawford's Gallant Tribute. Decorations Coming Down. EVENTS TODAY. Met.— Merchant of Venice 8....

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. — 8 September 1896

a LOCAL NEWS NOTES, Ulyssc Weuve. of State Center, 10., visited this city during encampment week. Mr. Weuve la one of the prominent cattlemen in lowa. General Manager W. C. Farrington, of the Eastern Minnesota, of Duiuth. was in the city yesterday. Peter Murphy, the hotel runner, who is charged With violating the hotel runners' or dinance, will have a trial in the police court today. James Prvse, of N-w York, will talk on theosophy before the Unity Theosophical so ciety tomorrow evening. In room _47 Endi cott building. Harry Griffin paid $5 for scorching with his bike on East Seventh street. Griffin said there were others who did the same, but Judge Orr Inform.- him that this was no excuse. There were fifty-four criminal eases before Judge Orr yesterday in the police court. Twenty-five of the offenders were discharged. fourteen sent to the workhouse, three fined and the others continued. The Ladies' Aid society of tho First Presby terian church has been requested by its friends to c...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. UKKICB -to JlltTU FOURTH ITIIKET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBI'ELS. Brown's grocery store, at 601 University avenue southeast, was visited by fire yester day morning. The loss was $300. James Murphy was arrrested yesterday morning charged with creating a disturbance in a saloon on Fourth street south. He got Into a fight with a uumber of women. "Dad" Moulton, the athletic trainer at the university, arrived yesterday morning and will immediately take up the work of getting the football team in shape. The year 5657 of the Jewish calendar com menced last evening, and services commem orative of the occasion were heid in the Re formed Hebrew synagogue on Tenth street, Rabbi Friedman preaching. A woman residing at 525 Hennepin avenue was followed io her room Sunday night by an . unknown man. who stole from her $18. Her | ■creams attracted the police, who followed the man for several blocks, but he Anally escaped. The change of the mid-week matinee from "W.dnesday to Thursday at the Bijo...

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. — 8 September 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED P* C RY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF ST. PAUL,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable? In Advance. Dally and Sunday, vvv month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Monthi - 98.75 Dally and Snuday, One Year - fS.OO Daily Only, per Month -- - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months f 3.25 Daily Only, One Year »4aH> Sunday Only, One Year f 1.50 Weekly, One Year -- - fI.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, KOOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kepi nn bund tar reference. WEATHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.— Forecast for Tues day: Minnesota— Fair, followed by light showers Tuesday afternoon, followed by dealing and much colder Tuesday night; southeasterly winds, becoming northwesterly, Wisconsin— Fair, followed by light showers I Tuesday afternoon or night; warmer Tues day, followed by much colder Tuesday afte...

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. — 8 September 1896

THEY BREAK EVEN BT. PAIL, AND INDIANAPOLIS EACH WON ONE FOR LABOR DAY. LONG GAME AT KANSAS CITY. GRAND RAPIDS MADE A GRAND STAND FINISH IN THE SIX TEENTH. _HII.i.I_RS BREAK. THAT RECORD. _ Have Now 'Won Seventeen Straight -lumen — One More Than St. Panl. St. Paul S, <>; Indianapolis t>, 2. Minneapolis 7, 1-: Columbus .1, B. <*rand Rapid* 10. 2; K. C, U, 11. Milwaukee 7 8; Detroit 2, 9. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 118 79 39 .669 Indianapolis 117 68 49 .581 St. Paul 122 69 53 .56S Detroit 120 68 52 .567 Kansas City 120 63 57 .525 Milwaukee 124 57 67 .460 Columbus 124 42 82 .339 Grand Rapids 125 39 86 .312 GAMES" SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Indianapolis at St. Paul, two games. Columbus at Minneapolis. Detroit at Milwaukee. Grand Rapids at Kansas City. Labor day saw two games played at Aurora park, and Labor day was about all that did see the first game, barring* the reporters and a score of thirty third degree fans who would go to see a game on snowshoes. However, the i a...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 September 1896

o UfllOiN PH ]VIEET ■lINNUAL SESSION OF THE BRITISH TRADES CONGRESS ON AT EDINBURGH. BITTER WRANGLES BARRED. SCENES OP THE CONGRESS AT CARDIFF WILL NOT BE RE PEATED, PROFESSIONAL AGITATORS OUT. Only Men Actually 'Working at Their Trades Are to Be Admitted As Members. Edinburgh, Sept. 7.— The twenty ninth annual trades union congress of Great Britain opened its sessions at the Assembly rooms, George street, this city, at noon today. About uGU delegates were in attendance. The con gress will close Saturday, September li The vehement arguments and bitter personalities of the twenty-eighth con gress, held at Cardiff, last year, will not be repeated this year, as the new constitution adopted then, directed the improved formation of the con gress of ISH6. Men like John Burns, Kier Hardie and Henry Brjadhurst are not present. In their places are real working-nun, such as the Nor thumberland and Durham Miners un ion, and the Boiler Makers union,, who latterly have taken no part in the an nu...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 September 1896

JSOVEPI-T Iff GRAIN HEAVY SHIPMENTS IN WHEAT M .UK THE OPENING OF FALL. BUSINESS. NEARLY UP TO THOSE OF '95. WILL NOT LAST AS LONG IIEC AI'SE THE CHOP WAS MICH LIGHTER. • F.KMKKS SHOILD HOLD CROPS. The ( liicituo Great Western Bejein_ 11 Number «>f Improvements— Will Spend I.urK'e Sums of Money. The movement of the season's wheat crop has commenced with no great rush, although the various lines which tap the great Minnesota and Dakota grain belt are feeling the increased de mand for cars. But, although the movement of grain is nearly as great as it was last year at this time, it will not last as long, for the reason that the yield was but sixty per cent of last year's crop, that is, taking the general average all over the state and the Dakotas. This year's crop is said by some to be an average crop, and that it will compare favorably with the crops for the last ten years. It can not be compared with the crop of last year, for the reason that the 1895 crop was phenomenal. Presiden...

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. — 8 September 1896

8 Highest of .all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Bl x^^ A__r i»> a * r - ? " 13 v__-__r-fi _3_Sl^M ABS^iMlT^ff^r PURE CHAIN OF BAD LUCK KM TK HOXTOY IS FOLLOWED HV A SERIES OK -.IISfELrLAXEOtS : AS UAL TIES. TENSION WAS TOO SEVERE AND HE IS COMPELLED TO DESERT THE STATE EQI AHZATION BOARD t\TIL HE CAN RECUPERATE. His Train Wrecked, He Sees Another Collision and a Friend Is Killed by Lightning. Knute Bondy. of the state board of equalization, left St. Paul yesterday for his home at Battle Lake, Otter Tail county, being driven away by an at tack ot heart trouble, which threatened to prostrate him, and which he will treat by endeavoring to secure rest, on the advice of his physician. "While the ordinary excitement of en campment week was enough to seri ously impair the health of any one with a predisposition to heart trouble, Mr. Bondy experienced more than his share. The first session of the state beard of equalization was called to meet at the capitol last Tuesda...

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. — 9 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 253. BULLETIN- OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. O, 1800. Weather for Today— Shower**, Followed by Fair. PAGE 1. Mr. Bryan in Notified. Tom Carter Defines His Position. "\i. One to Blame at Gleneoe. Six of a Coaching Party Killed. PAGE 2. More Street Railway Track Wanted. Charge Against O'Neill Is Mnrder. PAGE 3. Democratic Committees Named. Ht'tl Men in Session. Traveling Engineers Meet. W hiteiaw Keid's Letter. PAGE 4. Editorial. In Ramsey Connty Politic*. PAGE 5. St. Panl Defeats Indianapolis Antl Is Defeated by Indianapolis. Minneapolis' Eighteenth Straight. PAGE 6. Newman Coming to St. Paul. Bar Silver OC 1-le. Cash "Wheat in Chicago 5<J l-Bc. Stocks Close Strong. PAGE 7. Popnlists Ask for Fnnds. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Germans Declare for Sonnd Money. G. A. B. Roasts the School Board. Big Suit Against James Stinson. "White Bear Preacher Injured. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan— Lady of Lyons 2.30. Borneo and Juliet 8.15. Grand— Town Topics, 8.15. MOV...

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. — 9 September 1896

2 SfllNT FfiUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTBJ9. Piphthcria is reported at 149 Ulna avcnut.. I>. Edward Dwyer secured a p?;mlt yestpr day to tried a two-story frame dwelling on the north side of Holl. aver.v?. »etw*'i» Avon and Vie toria streets, 'ihe *welling will cost $5,000. v , , Suttra Browne, soi. w Organist William Browne, of House of Hope church, died yesterday at the family residence, 214 Arundel street. The fum ral wilt be held tomorrow afternoon at 2. Mrs. C.-'.tln'i-ine Tierney, who nad reached the unusually advanced age of 93 years, died yesterday .it her residence, 652 Cherry street. Funeral' seryices at the house tomorrow mornig at 8:30 will be followed by services a , .-. %*_ry'- ethwreli at 9 Th° board of county commissioners m?t vote day '"orenoon and approved the monthly .ills. The board adopte ! a resolution in structing th county surveyor to prepare plans and ipectlcatiOM for opening and grad'ne ha f a mle of road between sections 15 and 22 in Mounds View. . :j street yest...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 September 1896

CAN'T HELP TELLING. No village so small. No city so large. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, names known for all that is truthful, all that is reliable, are attached to the most thankful letters. They come to Lydia E. Pinkham, and tell the one story of physical salvation &. : ied through the aid of her Vegeta ble Compound. The horrors born of displacement or ulceration of the womb: Backache, bearing-down, dizziness, fear of coming calamity, distrust of best friends. All, all — sorrows and sufferings of the past. The famed "Vegetable Compound" bearing the illustrious name, Pinkham, has brought them out of the valley of suffering to that of happiness and usefulness. AIINNEfIPOLIS. UIFIIK *_U SOUTH tot It J H «Tte--C_-T. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBILES. A report has gained currency that F. F. Davis, recently the Republican candidate for congress, is about to remove to Los Angeles, Cal. Aid. Hugh Jennings does not propose to be side-tracked by ;he recent failure in se curing a reuoumation. He ...

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. — 9 September 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED E"FRY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL. PAPER OF ST. PALI.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable lv Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .50 Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - $2.73 Daily and Sunday, One Year - #5.00 Daily Only, per Month -- - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months $2.25 Daily Only, One Year ----- if4.''o Sunday Only, One Year Q I.OO Weekly, One Year --- -- f 1.00 Address all letters «nd telegram* to THH GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EAFTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete files of the Globe air. ays kept m- isj*>ei for reference. TODAY'S AYE A IHI'R. WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. — Forecast for Wednesday: For Minnesota and South Da kota—Light showers Wednesday morning, followed by fair, cooler, northwesterly winds. North 1 >akota— Probably fair, cooler in southeast portion; northerly winds. Wisconsin— Showers, clearing Wednesday morning or night; probably cooler fr...

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. — 9 September 1896

LAST Of THIS YEAH BASE BALL SEASON. ON THE LOCAL GROINDS, FINISHES WITH A BRILLIANT DAY. HUMBLED HAUGHTY FISHER. LOCALS MADE FIVE RUNS OFF THE HKill PRICED HOOSIER IK ONE INMNU. SECOND GAME WAS DIFFERENT, The Visitors Winning It Six to Four bj Heavier and, Luckier Bat ting. fit. Panl O, J: Indianapolis .'{., G. Minne:*itoll«i 18, Columhns S. Khiishs City 12, 12; ii. R. t). 7. Detroit eft, Milwaukee O. Played. Won. Lost. P.C. Minnenpolis 119 80 39 .672 Indianapolis 119 69 50 .s;so Detroit 121 69 52 .570 St. Paul 124 70 54 .565 Kansas City 122 65 57 .533 Milwaukee 125 57 68 .4=6 Columbus 12T> 42 S3 .336 Giaud Rapids ....127 39 88 .307 GAUSS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Grand Rapids at Kansas City. Columbus at Minneapolis. Truly the ev?r constant fans who vent to Aurora park to see the last two games of professional ball to be played on the home grounds this sea son were well rewarded, for they saw two fine contests, cleanly played, close and interesting. Chauncey Fisher, up to ten days ago...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 September 1896

c WILL GOP SEPT. 15 MR. NEWMAN WILL THEN TAKE THE PLACE W. W. FINLEY LEAVES. THE LATTER'S RETURN SOUTH TAKES HIM TO THE SCENE OF HIS MOST SUCCESSFUL RAILWAY CAREER. JpRETTY STORY OF HIS HEROISM. Superior Inspection Case May Be Carried Into the Courts—Engin eers Call on Mr. Hill. The appointment of Second Vice President Newman, of the Northwest- j em. to the position of second vice pres- j Ident of the Great Northern, to sue- j ceed W. W. Finley, resigned, was de- ' finitely corroborated yesterday after noon by a high official of the road. It is known that Mr. Newman will as sume his new duties Sept. 15. His sal- | ary can only be guessed at, but it is very evident it will be a big one, as he was the recipient of a $20,000 salary [ with the Northwestern, and it is not at all likely he would change unless there was a material advance. Yet Mr. New man ls not at all dependent upon his salary for his existence. He is a ' wealthy man. and it is said his income j from Southern investments ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 September 1896

POPS fIEEp FUJIDS PATHETIC APPEAL TO THE FAITH FUL ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL. COMMITTED. CASH VERY MUCH WANTED. EVEN THE PEOPLE'S PARTY CAN NOT WAGE AVAR WITHOIT READY MONEY. COMMITTEE DOING BEST IT CAN. It Is the Party's Fight, However, unil All Must Be I'rejjured to Pay Freight. Washington, Sept. B.— The following address and appeal for funds was Is sued from the populist headquarters today: The people's party, as its name implies, is the champion of the masses who labor and produce wealth. It was summoned into ex istence by an industrial conference that rep resented the producers of the nation. When It sprang into thg political arena it was the only party demanding the re-enactment of laws for the suppression of monopolies and for equal protection of all citizens against* the encroachments of corporate power. It Is now the only party in existence which with undivided membership is demanding equal rights to all and special privileges to none. To the efTorts of this party is due the r...

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. — 9 September 1896

8 UfiGOM THEIR IRE G. A. R. EXECVTIVE COMMITTEE'S WRATH AGAINST THE SCHOOL BOARD IS ALLOWED TO EXPLODE. KEPT IT BOTTLED IP IXTIL THE ENCAMPMENT WAS ALL OVER AXD THE COTS THROWN OCT DOORS Then It Went Off in a Set of Reso lutions Given Below— Abbott and Yoers's Say. The wrath of the executive commit tee of the Grand Army encampment committee found vent in the following resolution adopted at a meeting held last evening: Whereas, It has been customary in all cities which have heretofore entertained the national encampments of the G. A. R. to Cheerfully tender the use of public school houses for the lodging of veterans, a pre ceelent which the public opinion of our citizens, by an overwhelming majority, de manded should be followed ln St. Paul: and Whereas. From the Inauguration of the preparations for the Thirtieth national en campment. G. A. R., certain members of the St. Paul board of school inspectors have persistently and continuously placed every j possible obstacle in the way of ...

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. — 10 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 254. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflfUL GLOBE. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. iVeather for Today- Fair and Cooler. PAGE 1. Hobart Does Some Accepting. | l.aiuont in Line for I'ulinor. Ihiurki- Cockran Wants No Office. Helena Convention Details. Wushburn Interviews Li. News of^the Northwest. Trouble Among; Junior Pioneer*. PAGK 2. Sound Money Committee io Meet No Market Hall for Populists. Raids on Blind Pigs. page: 3. Now* of Minneapolis. Wriidlugß In Seliweinfnrth's Heaven lied Men Elect Officers. I'AUK 4. Editorial. Silver and Wages. PAGE 5. ■filers Make It Nineteen Straight. TiKcra Win Two. Con vie t Attacks a Guard. I'AGE O. Kni I run <l* Claim First Street. Bar Silver, OGc. Cnsh Wheat in Chicago, 56 3--io. Stocks Very Erratic. PAGE 7. R. P. Porter Praises St. Paul. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Glcncoe Lynching Was Planned. Coal Combine A H uinit Water Board. Junior Pioneers Stirred I p. EVENTS TODAY. Met— Merchant of Venice, B.IS. U rand— Town Topics, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIP...

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. — 10 September 1896

2 SfUNT PfJUL. LIVING FLAG CONCERT To Br Repeated at the Auditorium Saturday Night The children of the living flag, and Prof. Congdon. their director, have consented to take part in a concert to be given at the Auditorium Saturday night, under the auspices of Mrs. New port and the citizens' committee. The chorus of two hundred girls who strew ed flowers in the path of the veterans on parade day will also be present and will sin.ar the choruses arranged for them, one >'f these having been written ami composed for the occasion by Mrs. Adams. Miss Hope's mandolin orches tra of twenty-eight young people will also be In attendance. Another at traction will be the Thaddeus Maltby chapter of the Children of the Ameri can Revolution. Col. P««e, command ant at Fort Snelling, will attend and with htm his staff of officers, accom panied by the Fort band. The pro gratnme is arranged especially to in tlu.lt' the musical features of the en carapment which were so favorably c< mmeoted on by ...

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