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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 September 1896

G. A. R. RRTE HOW EASTERN ROADS SOW INVOLVE!* 1\ TilK nOSBU OVER TIIK TICKETS. CHICAGO MARKET FLOODED BY KIiTIRX PORTIONS SAID TO nv\K Baan mbkh.i f»k- MSHKU BKOKUKs, liovns TO BLAME FOR IT ALL, Some s»! Them Accepting t!ie Tickftn \\ Uliout liaisiiii; ([ncAliims tiat to Their Ml ■■!■■!!> CHICAGO, Sept. 11.— The Eastern roads are now having their share of trouble over the G. A. R. tickets, and it bids fair to be a more serious con dition of affairs than any of .the-West ern roads have been compelled to meet. The offices of the brokers In this city are loaded down with the return portions of tickets from St. Paul, and no pretense Is made that all of them have been properly exe cuted by the joint agent at St. Paul. The roads, some of them, are not, moreover, very particular as to whether the tickets have been properly executed and are honoring them with out asking questions when the tickets ate presented for passage. Besides these tickets, the brokers have large quantities of the G...

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. — 12 September 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AB&OI&JTELY PURE LABOR DAY NICKELS VMIITF HEAR ELECTRIC LINK'S AIDITOR SAID TO HAVE EM ■Mil III! THEM. HE IS LOCKED UP ALL NIGHT, |M) WILL UK HUOIGHT IP FOR HAIL IX COIKT THIS MORN IKG. " - 0. HULCAHBY DENIES IT ALL. Says That the Charge I« a Mistake and Will Be Cleared I p. William O'Mulcahey was brought Into the police court yesterday after noon by Deputy Sheriff Krayenbuhl charged with larceny. The complaint, sworn to by H. L. Davis, of the St. Paul & Suburban road, alleges that O'Mulcahey Sept. 7 (Labor day) appro priated to his own use $400 of the funds belonging to the company. O'Mulcahey entered a plea of not guilty and asked to have an amount named for his bail. As it was after 5 o'clock, and the county attorney and his assistant had both left their office, the case was con tinued until this morning, and the prisoner committed to the county jail. O'Mulcahey said that he was the Auditor of the road ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

PAGES 1 to 10. VOL. XIX.— NO. 257. BULLETIN OF mE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SUNDAY, SEPT. 13, 1594). AVeather for Today — Light Showers. PAGE 1. Mr. Cleveland Declares Himself. Gen. I'aiiiifr's Acceptance Speech. Connctl Provides School Funds. The Campaign Button Fad. PAGK 2. The Schools to Open Monday. PAGK S. Hoard of Public Works Case. Dura nt (omen Out for McKinley, I'AliE 4. Editorial. PAGE 8. AlcKiiiley Entertains nig Crowds. Bonrke < ockran Speaks at ( hU'ugu. Sulta •.'* Throne Tottering. PAGE 6. Globe Tour Ip the Columbia, KiiKland Prepares to Greet Cz.ar. C«ar's Tour CreatiiiK' Jealousies. Mrs. Mintzer Wins Her Suit. PAGE T. Hews of Viiini>a{itill». A. A. I . Annual Games. Keel Still Tennis Champion c PAGE 8. Dttrolt Twice Defeats St. Paul. Minneapolis Beats Grand Rapids. The Career of Curtis Welch. Orioles Have Pennant Won. FitzsiuimoiiN Sees Sharkey. Fast Feet of Cyclist Anderson. ■ tnnnftnnuTP niiTrr.^n mmiF.. _.. ii PAGE 9. Bryan Talks at St. Louis. Heavy Grain TraiiHe on...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

2 ■pectors be requested to cause the public ■chools to te opened pn Sept. 14, 1896. and the common council hereby pledges to the Bald board of school inspectors the passage of an appropriate ordinance setting aside and appropriating sufficient funds to defray the necessary expense of conducting said public schools for the school year commenc ing Sept. 1. 1896. The lesolution was adopted by a unanimous vote, though President Aro ein, in explaining his vote, took occas ion to criticise the school board for what he deemed its lack of confidence in the common council. The assembly then adjourned to meet at« 8 p. m. next Tuesday, when it will act on the report of the joint committee on the school budget, which is to meet on Monday evening at 7:30. The board of aldermen then recon vened and by a unanimous vote, con curred In the assembly resolution pledging the passage of an appropriate ordinance. Like President Arosln. President Markham made a few re marks attendant upon casting his vote...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

TO OUST GOPEbflflD QUO WARRAKTO PROCEEDINGS ARE BEGI'K BY ATTORNEY GENERAL (HILDS IN BEHALF OF THE OLD BOARD TO COMPEL. HIM TO SHOW HIS RIGHT TO HIS POSITION. DEMIRRER IS EXPECTED SOON To Bring: the Matter Ip for Immrili. ate Determination by the Court*. An action to test the constitutionality of the law deposing the board of pub lic works .and substituting therefor a commissioner of public works, begun In the supreme court yesterday morn ing. The matter is now before the supreme court and it is believed an early decision will be reached. At torney General Childs has asked for a writ of quo warranto in behalf of the members of the board of public works against John Copeland, the commis sioner of public works. The informa tion in the usual manner alleges the incorporation of the city, and the ex istence of the board of public works, and that under and by the order of the alleged law passed by the legisla ture in 1595, the common council as> sumed to accept for the city, and Mayor ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

4 THE DdILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW, COB. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL, PAPER OF S'f. PAUL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'uyubl? In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .SO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Yea* - f 5.00 Dally Only, per Month .40 Dally Only, Six Month* --- - f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year f4.00 Sunday Ouly, One Year -- - - f 1.50 Weekly, One Year f 1.00 Address all letters and telegr&mi to THB GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. * WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1403 F ST N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on ba"il for rpfprenre. TODAY'S WKATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 12.— Forecast for Sun day: Minnesota— Light showers; easterly ■winds. Wisconsin— Generally fair; fresh to brisk I northwesterly winds. North Dakota— Light showers; northerly ■winds. South Dakota— Threatening weather, with local showers. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern. Place. Tern. Bismarck 54-64jCincinnatl 80-9...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

§4s) Any Boy Knows ■* if \ J what suits him, and we m [^ wl know what it is worth his |p§||||S while to buy. We don't slight our Boys' and Chil dren's Clothes, but make them of the most suitable goods, and take especial pains with the sewing and trimming of them. We make them with as much care as we give to his father's suit. The fact is that we want the small boy's trade. We'll take him as soon as he is out of skirts, and when he begins to buy his own clothes we can guess pretty nearly where he will go for them. The longer we can serve a customer, the oftener he comes back for a new suit, the better we like it, of course; and it is a matter of pride with us to hold our custom ers by fair treatment year after year. BROWNING, KING & CO. GROWDS AT GAflTOli MORE DELEGATIONS RECEIVED AT HIS HOME BY THE OHIO NOM INE EX DRUMMERS COME IN FIRST. commercial, democratic h'kin ley club inaugurated the day's events. Followed by steel workers. ThoHi9a.uda of Oarnesrie Employes From Homestead...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

c UP TflE GOItUimBIA OXE OP THE FAIREST PORTIONS OF THE GLOBE'S GREAT EX- Cl RSION. PACIFIC COAST BEAUTIES ONLY A VERY SMALL PART OF THE DELIGHTS OF THAT TRIP. AYIIKHE THE TOURISTS STOP. The KnutKford, in Salt Lake City, the Occidental, in "Frisco, the Portland, in Portland. fn recent issues of this paper, while describing the overland trip via the I'nion Pacific, as given to the winner of one of the prizes in the grand tour contest, there was omitted a mention of what, to some, would be the most delightful part of the entire journey to the coast and return. Those making a trip to the Pacific c« ast, will, after a long railroad jour ney, appreciate the ocean voyage, which can be secured in the through transportation to the coast and return, ill connection with the Oregon Railway ted Navigation company's steamship foute. I.a/.ily rooking on ocean's breast. Something in common, old friend, have we; Thou on a shingle seek'st thy nest, I to the waters look for rest, I on the shore, thou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2» aUtTH VUtHTU STUKET. IT WILIt BE A HOST FK.nil.r.\ THOUSAND MEN TO BE ik line: in this «;kkat dem> onstration. SOUND MONEY PARADE, ASSVMING PROPORTIONS ASTOITJTD. ING EVEN TO ITS MOST SAN GUINE PROMUTORS. [WELCOME TO BOURKE COCKRAN Promises to be a Gigantic Affair— Spine of the Feature* to He Displayed. The event par excellence of the com ing week is the great sound money demonstration of Wednesday night. It •will, without doubt, be the greatest po litical demonstration in the history of the city. It will not be a pageant; it •ssill have few features to attract the curious crowds, except men marching to show how they will vote in November. Never in any previous campaign in Minneapolis has there been the union of forces which is represented in the forthcoming demonstration. The sound money movement is one of broad Americanism. It knows no classes, ex cept the distinction of honesty and dis honesty; of a sound money and a bad money; of patriotism and anarchy,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

8 TIGEHS TOOK TWO MAKING THE ST. PAITL^DBTROIT SERIES ONE GAME IN THEIR FAVOR. DENZER WAS TOUCHED UP, GIVING WAY IN THE SECOND GAME TO GEORGE, THE OLD-TIME I'WIRLER. MILLERS BRACE IP AGAIN. RiiNlly Defeat the Gold Bngs-Hoos. ler« Seure » llrnce of Vic tories. Detroit <i. 111 St. Paul 1, S. Minneapolis 7. Grand Rnpl<ln 2. ImliniinpoliN 4, 4; Mll'kee a, 3. lvunsna City S. Columbus 7. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 122 82 40 .672 j Indianapolis 123 73 50 .593 ! Detroit 128 75 63 .580 : St. I'aul 128 71 07 .555 j Kansas City 124 66 58 .532 Milwaukee 132 57 76 .432 ; Columbus 128 43 85 .333 ; Grand Rapids 129 40 89 .310 ; The following table shows from what clubs • games have been won and to what clubs lost: k 3 o * kK- g a 4 5 III! i?H * clubs. £|jp-o Igl : g "f \ : f j ff j j Minneapolis — S 12 12 12 15 11 12 82~7672 Indianapolis 6 — 9 5 10 14 15 14 73 .593 \ Detroit 4 11 — 10 11 10 16 13 75 .588 St. Paul 8 10 9—812 91571.555 Kansas City 7 4 5 12 — 11 15 12 66 .532 1 Milwau...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

PDE THREE TALKS MASS MEETING AT ST. LOUIS AD. DItESSED BY THE 11OY ORATOR. PLAYF n TO BIG CROWDS. FREB SILVER SHOW I.IIIRHAI.LY PATRONIZED BY THIS PEOPLE OF Ml.ssoi 111. PAY OF REAR OAR CAMPAIGNING. lo« ii« Between haiiMi.i City and St. Louis \ isited by the Candidate of the Deuiopops. ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 12.— At three great mass meetings held here tonight W. J. Bryan, the Democratic and Pop- ! ulist party nominee for president, ad- j dressed between 30,000 and 35,000 people. ' At each of three meetings he was greeted with prolonged cheers, and at j frequent intervals during each of his ! speeches the enthusiastic populace gave vent to uproarious applause. The j nominee was met at the train by an immense crowd. He was escorted to the Planters hotel where he had din ner, and then went to Concordia park, ! the Auditorium and Sportsman's park, j and at each place in turn he made a I speech. So great were the crowds that j hundreds were turned away at each I place. When Mr. Bryan and ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

10 ALPHABET RUN OUT IX PRIXTI'XG THE PROGRAMME OF THE MISSISSIPPI VAIXEV MEDICAL MEN. LONG WORDS ARE THE RULE. THE CITY'S GIESTS WILL BE GEN TLEMEN OF* POLYSYLLABIC PROFIXDITY, BIT THE KNIFE AXD THE VIAL Are the Only ThiiiK'N They Will liiiiiK to Be at All Afraid Of. The full programme of the twenty second meeting of the Mississippi Val ley Medical association, the general details of facts of which were given in the Globe yesterday, has been ar ranged, and neat folders for the guid ance of the visitors will be issued from the press tomorrow. It is announced therein that all papers except the an nual addresses will be limited to twen ty minutes in duration, leaders in dis cussion to have not to exceed ten minutes, others, five minutes. After the convention is called to or der Tuesday morning, by Chairman Wheaton, of the local committee, the invocation by Archbishop Ireland and addresses of welcome by Gov. Clough, Mayor Doran and Health Commission er A. J. Stone, the convention will l...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

F»/\GES II to IB> VOL. XIX.— NO. 257. r4Jw / T PAISI * Q rSPAT^QT CTADC i V^^^'^flß'v^w Ms%/W/ mr Wi^S AW m *Qr%r^ff Aw AW ir^H/^ mr %^\^g^^^J * m 9sn!A4flt k SSm S " W■• O V* »% 2^. £4 IUO I 91\J1% & • S —-- ■ n.i.i..rf'^^ / _ k ___ _ . _ __ . —.—.»», c_ ** < c^^trar 3 Advance Sale of New Fall Merchandise.^ Commencing Monday we open a Sale of New Goods that will be a revelation to the shopping public— the New Jfo. Dress Fabrics- the New Silks— the New Gloves— the New Cloaks, Furs and Millinery— in short, everything in wear= JBf ml ing apparel that the season's change demands. Furniture, Carpets and all kinds of House Furnishings, all at Won= tJJ der Prices. Add to this the many cuts in price in staple lines of Merchandise and you have a Sale that's worth OW t coming many miles to attend. There is Saving on every Counter— on every Shelf— in every Aisle— 8 , & H^ on every Floor — at this Big Sale. = = = = = = = = = = = = ggtoWHtm^wM ®$Jl W<L Fall Millinery Wash Goods...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

12 BOOKS Of THE HOUR THE LATEST HI^TOHICAL NOVEL OK ADVEMI XX AKli IN TUIUIE. "A STABLE FOR NIGHTMARES.' THi: LIFB \\D liKTTJBKS OF M ARIA •HTCHKUU, i BY Hi^ll SI- JIUI. BHGUSH EDITION OF THB TU.MII) ♦•Uliii'ttf's IIai»: incus," •'Seven Fro zen S.: ilc»i\4," ••:*c-i!s uiul Types," "lions'" — Literary Xuteit. "G-vd's" novels at their best are amusing "trifles light as air" with a Bparkle and zest wLieh are essentially Gallic ami will hardly bear translating into the more substantial English tongue. At worst, they are very de pressing and are suggestive of a pop over that hits fatted to pop, or — if the thing can bo imagined — of a soggy glass of soda-water. The author has a bright, tripping style, which is success ful in touching off some of life's little comedies, but the tragic lies beyond her grasp. In "Ginette's Happiness," there Is an attempt at one of those subtle psychological tragedies familiar to the readers of Boourget. As "Gyp" has no psychology to speak of, and is alto ge...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

1 TjluJhiy Wkmmm f | JMiiimiM fLiNEiNS^iiAiists' Materials.... 1 Cloak Dept. I \ wSh If A « SI sH r^^f __^ li jj_§l *^-B__---P^^ • On £ ") * )e^ er P ro °f could be cited 0 (Basement). (( Shrewd shoppers who compare poods as well I\ Wg • «* £j Hf& k jR JP *W i3_fi^^^ Q °* th e popularity of our mode of x // as advertisements always buy their Cloaks and I \ bBL _L M ■iuJHrinmiiln _h . l^ffalflßlfffiHrTT^^ ?S nw^i" business than their many O There are others who sell Artists' Materials Ss Skirts at the GOLDEN RULE. We g-ive you I \ Trnhfc Wkf mr f£mmilGlslE&fflPqlpWk&aßMa3m^^^L?\ d- L/H I nH_r^r^ff*tt_--»-. >< c4&__s&)i imitations> But s P urious conn- S? besides the art stores. Look over our list and » the same or better garments for less money, be \ WiM IWPHWrT' : iI ifli T •■yT " "*"_ i i Hrl t! UI I \ Llflp***™ I*''1 *'' _feS?Wv : terfeits can>t hurt the tfe" l » in< ? <> «c now we save you money on them. Money « cause we sell more Cloaks f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

14 I SAlhfT PAUL SOCIAL. H lfra. Ansel Oppenheim, who has just returned from a trip to Europe in com pany with her husband, says that to her it seems that the London of today is rapidly becoming the center of fashion, in spite of the fact that the English still send to Paris for their clothes and fashion plates. She says she never saw such extravagant dress ing as is done at the present time in London, when one day she saw a white silk gown atop of an omnibus. She s;iys that it is not alone the carriage gowns which are so gorgeous, but that the women on foot are dressed in re markably gala attire for the conserva tive English. Of England, Mrs. Op penheim has a very great deal to say in regard to its remarkable cultivation and delightful country. She was one of a coaching party through the Cum berland district, which she describes as being a most beautiful country. The English gardens, she says, are the most delightfully exclusive affairs in the world. The English say the Americans h...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

GOODS OF AUTUIVIH What new york merchants are importing for fall WEAR. FACED CLOTHS NOT FAVORED. COMBINATIONS OK UVBK AND (UtEK.X ARE STILL )I(('H IX VOGIE. SILK AND WOOL MIVTI RES STAY. Impurtera Predict the Revival of Moire Antiune and Other Kick anil Heavy Silks. The autumn importations of our chief merchants hardly confirm the rumor that plain cloths of the variety known to tailors as •"faced cloths" will again resume their place in fashion able favor. There are many notewor thy novelties of weave and coloring, but solid colors are the exception rath er than the rule, while smooth cloths as represented by the zibelines, are very different from the old-time la dies' cloths of years ago. They are dis tinguished by their exquisite silken •weight and clinging softness. They are indeed triumphs of the French manu facturers' art, resembling- in their texture the camel's hairs of a dozen years ago which lent themselves so gracefuly to clinging draperies. What does the return of this sp...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

16 ill Ruby Ring and Its Romance. j|l London Answers. Aunt Euphemia was sitting more up right than usual in her chair, and a d ; Hcil scowl darkened her aristocratic features. She was very angry, but was a great deal too polite to say so, and the young girl who stood with, red ey> .- and iiushed cheeks in front of her sorely tempted to shake her el derly relative. "That is all I have to say," repeated Aunt Euphemia; "if you persist in your scandalous engagement with John Daly — an impudent boy reading for the bar, who, if he ever gets called, will never make a living for himself, much less for two — i disinherit you. Freda Ray; I discard you forever! Choose now between that fortune hunting lover of yours and me." The girl's face flushed more deeply at the epithet thrown at her absent theart, and her tender little mouth tightened into two straight lines. She ■v ell knew what she was losing be fore she spoke, but the dubious out "f the future did not frighten her, which was strange...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

mmos IA/ be left At the follow lnt locution* for Inser tion In the Dully and Sunday Globe, «t tbe mnic rsi u-n us are charnred by tin- main ofiice. «AMl7l\K. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELUNQ AVENUE. » wtovs iv.i i r. Sever West by Drug Store tf|y_EAST THIRD STRF.ET. LOW i'Al IB:. V ■William K. Coilier Drug Store RKVF.NTH AND SinLEY. Joseph Artery Drue ?fnre COU. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand **2 broadway. «i:riu \m pa uk. A. T... Wonl=ny Pn»: Srore ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVEXTTES. ST. AXTIIOV"* Hll .. Emil !M1 .Ttrusstst GRAND AY. AND ST. ALHANS. W. A. First f- Co nnur store BKLWY AND WESTERN AVBKTTSB. Btraterht Prrs DrtK Store RON'TVi „\XD RROTTO STRUTS. A. A. Camr.bel! Drug Store ?3r; RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE HIKKBH'. Bracl-eft's Pharmacy VICTORIA AND AVENTTTCS. wnr npc The F.ollp<»p Drui? Store. S. RortFRT AND FAIRFIKI.D AVRNTTR. George Marti Drus S+or© S. WAR*.?T T \ AND FAfRFTF.LD AVENUE. Cnnro-d Ptr«ft Prescription Store. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 13 September 1896

18 (<$ Our Biggest Silver Mittc, Which Has Paid More Than $13,000,000 in £)ij Dividends. Jiij > (Copyrighted. 1596. by Frank G. Carpeter.) PARKS CITY, Utah, Sept. 10.— I have come to Parke City to tell you hi v, silver is gotten out of the earth. This is one of the world's great treas ure vaults of the white metal. It is the bite of the Ontario mine, which is the biggest silver mine in the United States, and which is said to be the biggest working mine in the world today. The Ontario has already produced more than ?50,000,0u0 wortb of stiver, and it has paid its owners more than $13,000,000 in dividends. For t! , past two yearn it has been putting in very expensive improvements, and, owing to this and to the demonetiza tion of silver, the dividends have dropped, but I am told that it will pay more than 10 per cent this year, and its ("liver deposits are still of incalculable value ted with the Ontario is the great Daly mine, whose dividends have amounted to between two and thr...

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