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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 16 September 1896

HIT BY EVERYBODY AAV TEAM IN THE LEAGIE CAM BEAT THE POOR OLD SAIXTS. LOST TWICE YESTERDAY. LITTLE Kit VI S LOSES HIS HEAD AND THE GAME 1> THE FIRST. AKWU RAPIDS STRENGTHENS. Manager Ellin Pntn Ra»ty Wright and Other Good Ones* Into the Game. Urimil ItapliN 7. 2: St. Paul 4. 1. >l i it im-.m poll* 8, 5; Detroit S, O. » oliim hii!» •>. Milwaukee 5. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Minneapolis 127 87 40 .685 Indianapolis 123 73 50 .593 Detroit 131 75 56 .573 St. Paul 130 71 59 .546 Kansas City 120 66 59 .528 Milwaukee 134 58 76 .433 Columbus 131 45 »'. .344 Grand Rapids 133 42 SI .316 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St I'aul at Grand Rapids. Minneapolis at Detroit. Milwaukee at Columbus. Kansas City at Indianapolis. Special to the Globe. O RAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sept. 15.— The Saints were defeated in two sharp games this afternoon. The local team has been strengthened with the pick of Deacon Ellis' New York team, pen nant winners in the Atlantic associ ation, and the effect of the new blood ...

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. — 16 September 1896

c (Silk Headquarters of the Northwest) Olobe— 9-K5-96. Remember Mannheimers' GRfIND MILLINERY OPENING! Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 16th and 17th. Sixth and Robert Streets, St. Paul. The Wednesday Store News. Silk Prices and Silk Qualities. Cloak Department. Actual Realities. On the * eCOIId Floor - TIT , , Tir •„ „ Style, workmanship, fit and price \\ ednesday— \\ c will sell are ( he Rreat features of the M ann- A* AQ aam4c n W2*ff*fl heimer Cloak Department. Popu mx 4>v cenxs a yarn, lar prices predom i nate . 10 pieces of Black Brocaded six larffe lines of Ladies ' jackets, Silks, the 75c quality. fine Kerseys. Tan Coverts, two toned Boucle, Irish Frieze, Heavy At 59 CCniS a yaPfli Boucle and Beavers, every style out 20 pieces of Changeable Taf- *»]££ t^Ut^HH "« leta Silks, the Boc quality. where at slo and $12. Our JfS.Jll «- a a ■ j Wednesday price ™ At 39 cents a yard, . .. ,_ _ _ 500 yards of Plain Colored ■-■*••' Storm Coats. Gros Grain Silk, for linings, New arrivals o...

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. — 16 September 1896

GflflW PITS EASIER WHEAT. ON HEAVY RECEIPTS 1% THE NORTHWEST, LED THE SLUMP. CORN AND OATS FOLLOWED. UKAKXKSS OK WHEAT HAD A UK. mEUMMHQ EFFECT O\ OTHER MARKETS. rHE LOSSES IN PROVISIONS SMALL. Bcihliit Liquidation Largely He. ■ lionsihle for Decline** Noted In Hog' I* roil nets. CHICAGO, Sept. 15.— Grain markets were HI easier today. Wheat was depressed by continued large Northwest receipts and de clined *„(. for December. Corn and oats both declined %c. Provisions were easier and show slight losses. Yesterday's advance of V per bushel in the price of wheat was soon lost this morning. In fact, the first transaction wiped it out. December, which Closed on Monday at W'nc, opened today with sellers at from 60c down to 59% c. In a very few minutes it was 59% c, and before an hour had passed it had touched 59% c. The last nanifd quotation was the rallying point, from which it reacted to 59*ic in the next half hour. Northwest receipts were again very large, amounting to 1.474 cars, again...

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. — 16 September 1896

8 PIONEER COLONY OF A PECULIAR PEOPLE' A 5 FARMERS THEY LIKE THE SOIL. Hundreds of Dunkards From Eastern and fliddle Western States Locate Near Carrington, North Dakota. DEDICATE THEIR PRAIRIE CHURCH. Brethren Salute Each Other With a Holy Kiss and Perform the Ceremony of Washing Feet. AS CHRIST DID, SO AIM THEY TO DO. Singular in Dress as in Their RePgious Belief, They Are an Industrious and Intelligent People. SpfM'ial Correspondence of the Globe. CARRINGTQN, N. D., Sept. 10.— "Y'Vm. this is Carrington," replied the porter to the question of one of the ladies of the party. Then there was a dignified and decorous movement of the occupants <>f the car to the win dows on the side nearest the North Dakota village which the Jamestown & Northern train was rapidly ap proaching. Bearded men. wearing long hair and long, dark coats, and women, clad in somber colors and wearing queer, old fashioned sunbonnets, gazed from the car windows and saw other men and women in the waiting cr...

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. — 17 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 26 1. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. THIRSUAV, SEI'T. 17. lV*"atht*r for Tmlay- Falrt .Northerly Minds. PAGE 1. Tocliran TnlWs to Thonsainli. lialitin to Daniel W. Lav* ler. •".mplre State Convention, la in many Denies Fusion Talk. Sev, nil Deeinen to A\ 'Ulidraw. I'AtiF. S. Hork of the I'liynlelaiis. Iliiine.sota Editors Return. PAGE 3. (civ*- of Minneapolis. Donaldson's Millinery Opening. Br*« an Tours ln Two States. IMOE 4. Editorial. Silver aud the Farmer. PAGE fi. Millers Give the 'risers One. Blues and Hoosiers Break Even, [olumhus Defeats Milwaukee. Ij nan Not the Ileal ">o. I .'» Battleship Texas on a Hook. PAGE 6. Boiirk Coekran's Speech' Continued. PAGE 7. Bar Silver 4J."» 1-So. Cash Wheat In I hicaßo 50 l-Be. MiK'ks Weakening. Wauls of the People. PAGE 8. Im-rease in Hennepin Valuations. Buffalo Bill's Wild AVest Show. Inspection Mi-ku" at Sandstone. EVENTS TODAY. Met— Tar aud Tartar 5.15. (Iranil — Charley's Annt 8.15. Iniversity Av.— NVlld West 2, 8...

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. — 17 September 1896

2 s c mT^fl u E SOCIETY ON THE WING. Ho^Htaltly D4xpenM4-d ut the Kitt son Houmc— Ket*<*i>tioUM. A pleasant day was spent by the ■ women at the Kittson house yesterday. ta the morning the visitors were given j a drive about tne city over about the I same route as that taken by the G. A. j R. Visitors and all are enthusiastic! in their praise of the city. Mrs. Dr. Parker, of Cleveland, said that Summit avenue was fully equal to Euclid ave nue of that city and that some of the residences are handsomer. In the afternoon tea and coffee were served the guests at the headquarters of the women in the Kittson house, and dur ing the afternoon Mips Katherine Gor don sang. Later Dr. Pierce, of Chicago, called at the house and gave a number pf vocal selections. The tea table in the conservatory was presided over by Mrs. T. T. Smith, assisted by a num ber of younj? women. Mrs. Fulton was in charge during the afternoon and was assisted by Mesdames DeWitt, Davis, Chamberlain, Wheaton and Hal...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 September 1896

igp® MINNEAPOLIS ®$iss| f DONALDSON'S __2*^ <S< **'^^Sii?" 'l <^^^^^^V^*'^ The Lar £ est and rlost Ma 2; ■ Pattern Hats and Bonnets Ever shown west of New York. Over 500 Paris, London and New York Patterns, and as mativ beautiful creations from our workshop. Elegant display of Autumn Decorations on Second Floor. Delightful music to entertain you. We extend an invitation to every lady that enjoys seeing Rare aud Artistic Millinery. Don't miss our window display, corner 6th st. BIFID OF JPJ±Ti.JL.JDT&tt, The bird of Gorgeous Plumage. A flock of the most beautiful birds in the world imported for this Great Millinery Exhibition. J\ll Interurban Cars Pass Our Store. MINNEAPOLIS. O* KICK 2U liOCTH tfOLHTaI STiIKET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBVLES. Rev. Frank Doran. of the Franklin avenue M E. church, has received a unanimous call to the First M. E. church of Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Ballington will be ln Minneapolis Sun day. Sept. 27, and not next Sunday, as stated. She will speak both aft...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 September 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED - EVERY DAY AT SKWSPAI'KK ROW, COB. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA. STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address ail letter*) and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. ■ASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDINQ, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Glob* alt*, ays kept oa hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'ayabl? In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .BO Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Y«ar - #.1.00 Dally Only, pep Month -- - - .4© , Dally Only, Six Months $2.25 i Dally Only, One Year - f4.00 ! Sunday Only, One Yeur -- - - S 1.00 Weekly. One Year SI.OO j ====== TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Sept. 10.— Forecast for Thursday: Minnesota and the Dakotas: Fair, northerly to northwesterly winds. Wisconsin : Fair, preceded by showers in ' southeast portions; light northwesterly winds. .Montana: I-'air. northerly winds. CEN* E HA L OBSERVATION'S. Vnitod States Department of Agriculture, Wea...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 September 1896

: FATHER I'M and SON may find equal advantage in buying their clothes of us. In fact many fathers of boys began as boys to wear our clothing, for we've been making it and improving on its quality and workmanship, season by season, for more than a quarter of a century. This season it is finer and better, but not "more costly, than ever before. We said about the same thing in our advertisements last season. If it is possible to improve on our methods of manufacture we shall hope to be able to say the same thing again next season. We are never satisfied unless our customers are satisfied. If they are, we hope they'll tell their friends ; if they are not they ought to tell us. BROWNING, KING &<S SEVENTH AND ROBERT. GUP GOES WITH Hl|i WILMOT AMI HIS WINNERS GO TO INDIAN TOWN AFTER SCALPS. . GAVE THE TIGERS A GAME AM> PROPOSE TO HELP THEM IN TO SECOND PLACE BY DE FEATING HOOSIERS. HOOSIEUS WIN AND LOSE GAMES. Buckeyes Get an Easy Victory Over Brewers— Rain Befriends tbe Apostles...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 September 1896

6 & "How happy could I be with either #) Were the other dear charjner away." ® * PLUG ! The ripest and sweetest leaf and the purest ingredients are used in the manufacture of "Battle Ax/ and no h matter how much you pay for a much smaller piece of any other high- h grade brand, you cannot buy a better jl chew than "Battle Ax." ® iFor 5 cents you get a piece of f. "Battle Ax" almost as large as the fa other fellow's JO-cent piece* f A NATION'S HONOR l out i lined From Fifth Page. high when there Is an extensive demand for labor. You cannot get $2 a day for tabor if thei-" is any man willing to work for ■•>! .!•() per day. When after the panic- of 1873 wages .sunk to 00 cents a day it was almost impossible to obtain employment anywhere, and the highways of this country were lined wiili honest, industrious men seeking a market for their labor, and re turning night after night unsuccessful to their homes unable to And an opportunity to sell their toil for even !>0 cents or $1 ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 September 1896

WHEAT WAS STAR IT PLAYED THE PROMINENT PART j IX THE CHICAGO SPECULATIVE MARKETS. RESISTED FURTHER DECLINE. AFTER WEAK OPEXI\G TIHNKI) STRONG AXD CLOSED ON THE BILGE. BK ABOARD DEMAND THE FACTOR. Corn. Oats and Provisions All I'ro tiled More or Lews by the "Wheat Rally. CHICAGO, Sept. 16.— Wheat was tho star performer In the speculative mai ktts today. After an early decline of it turned strong and closed at an advance of %@%c Strong outside markets and liberal seaboard engage ments were the principal factors in the strength. Corn, oats and provisions were all favorably affected. Corn il'ised \_c higher, oats %@^4c and provisions 2*£@7%c higher. Wheat started easy and dull at a shade under yesterday's closing price. It preserved Its opening characteristics for about forty-rive minutes and then St. Louis began to rush in some buying orders, which started the crowd, who, mean time, had spread themselves rather thinly on the short side. December v heat opened with sellers at from 59'/»...

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. — 17 September 1896

8 H'.jjhest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. JSw ,^^^___^SvJv ?j \? Ut (SLjij. Kola. W. ->• H tMu a tr ij^^^a in OWQ6& AB&OUITELY PURE PASS UP SUPERIOR SANTJVrONE BECOMES THE POINT Ol* INSPECTION ON THE EAST ERN MINNESOTA. ANNUUNUtMENT IS OFFICIAL. Pltl'smENT HILL HAS PIT HIS AN KOI N< Ell DETERMINATION INTO EFFECT. ■4 -AI.PERS PACKING THEIR GRIPS. The lUrYist Was*. Blasted by the Action of the Soo— (hnngrs at W est Superior. President J. J. Hill yesterday carried into effect his announced determina tion t<> establish Sandstone as the of ficial point of inspection of grain bound over the Eastern Minnesota to Duluth, and from now on Sandstone will be a busy point so far as the rail read yards of the Eastern Minnesota is concerned. The Duluth Board of Trade has sent an official weigh master to the scene, and the State Railway & Warehouse commission has establish ed the necessary inspectors and as sistants at that point. Hereafter all grai...

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. — 18 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 262. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 17. Weather tor Today— Pair, Northwesterly Winds. PAGE 1. (feir York Democrats Indorse Bryan. Thacher \aui«-d for (imrrnor. McKinley lies Hopefnl for the West. Uryan in North Carolina. PAGE 2. Kon-Pnrtl»an .Inillclary Ticket. Btate Political Gohklp. Me-llc* Select a President. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Mutters, fcteel Works Employes at Canton. I'Acii 4. Editorial. Bombs iv Constantinople. I'lic Financial Forum. PAGE B. Millers Take One From Hoosiers. Rain Attain Interferes With Saints. Titters Lane In the Tenth. The Free Pretts Clip. Kentucky Feud Ends in Minnesota. PAGE O. Pretender Carlos Active in Spain. The MoiitliH of Oysters. PAGE 7. Bar Silver, «5 :i-4c. Cash Wheat in Chicago, 59 7-So. Hulls in Control of Stocks. "Wants of the People. PAGE S. Rainsey Bank Valuations Go l"p. SandMtone Inspection Will Stay. Nevrs of the Railroads. News of the Northwest. EVENTS TODAY. Met— Tar and Tartar, 8.15. Grand— Charley's Aunt, ...

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. — 18 September 1896

*4 c " . — -.-. ■ -j walked down Seventh street. They had gone less than' thirty feet from the corner when a pistol shot rang out,« partially drowning a terrified shriek Prom the lips of the woman. Almost ■dniultaneously with the first shot •a me a second report and pedestrians ;n ihe vicinity turned toward the scene •>f the tragedy in time to see Johnson fall to the sidewalk. < »rt"u*er Miller was standing diagonally mioss from the place of the RhootitiK. at th.- corner of St-venth and Locust streets, and Officer Ashe was at the corner of Neil! and Seventh streets, three-quarters of a block away. Both heard the first sh.it fired by Johnson and the woman's scream. Each saw Johnson fall, and ran to the scene. \s Officer Miller reached Johnson's side the hand griping the revolver was partially raised, as though the man to tended to sboot himself a second time. 11.- wasHoo weak, however, to raise the weapon, and the hand fell limp to the pavement. Johnson was still breathing and ...

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. — 18 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE! St» SOUTH FOURTH STUKET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. A petition was filed In the probate court to day for letters of administration in the $3,000 estate of Mary A. Angle, who died ln Avon, N. V., last July. The coroner has decided not to hold an In quest over the remains of Mrs. Sarah Trask, who died from the burns received tn a kero sene explos'.on Sunday. Thomas Carroll was arraigned in the mu nicipal court yesterday morning, charged with holding up Al Can field, ot Brooklyn Center, and robbing him of 36 cents. He was held ln $2*"o bail until Sept. 22. Judge Smith has approved the final account of Walter H. Gould, as assignee of Abram J. Drew, insolvent, and has discharged him as assignee. The creditors received a dividend j of 6>* cents on the dollar of their claims In this estate. Frank Patwell. a lad, was arraigned before | Judge Kerr yesterday morning, charged with i the larceny of $6 from H. L. Green. The ! court, after hearing the case, decided to send the ...

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. — 18 September 1896

4 THE PgllY GLOBE Is PUBLISHED EVERT MY AT NEWSPAPER ROW. COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. 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 files ot the Globe alT.ays kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Paj abt? In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .RO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - fii.7s Daily- and Sunday, One Year - $5.0*0 Daily Only, per Month -- - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months 92.25 Daily Ouly, One Year - $4.<U) Sunday Only, One Year .- - - f l.r><> Weekly. One Year 91. 00 WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON. Sept. 17.— Forecast for Fri day: Minnesota and the Dakotas — Fair; northwesterly winds. Wisconsin — Generally fair; light to fresh h westerly winds. Montana— Fair; variable winds. I GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United Sti tea Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. Washington, Sept. 17, 6:48 p. in. Loca...

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. — 18 September 1896

FELL OH jIOOSIERS jHH.I.FRS BAT OIT A VICTORY IS THK FIRST INNING AT INDIAN APOLIS. SQUIRREL HUNTER WAS WILD. I'HK Ml CH-VAVNTED WILEY DAVIS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOSS OF THE GAME. Kit i:\VERS HOLD TIGERS DOWN. Defeat Them In a ( lim* Game smi Ihe Detroit Grooud-t— Blues Defeated. M m n ea polls O. Indianapolis B. Xilnitul-re 10. Detroit *». i. in ml Hiijilus .s, Kansas City 3. Played. Won. l^ost. P. C. Minneapolis 129 88 41 .652 Indianapolis 126 74 52 .587 Detroit 133 76 57 .571 St. Panl ..130 71 59 .516 Kansas Chv 128 67 61 .523 Milwaukee 136 59 77 .434 Columboa 132 46 86 .;*4B Grand Hapids 134 43 91 .321 GAUSS SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. l'aul at. Columbus. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. Milwaukee v.: Detroit. Kansas City at Grand Rapids. INDIANAPOLIS, tyd.. Sept. 17.—In dianapolis fell down before the victori ous Millers today. Wilmot's aggrega tion was presented flve runs in the opening inning by Wiley Davis. Pres ton vas retired on a foul fly. Da*-, is ! hit Lally and presented Wdmot...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 September 1896

8 SHADOW Of CARLOS IS DARKENING THE ALREADY CLOUDED FUTURE OF POOR OLD SPAIN. SIGNS RATHER OMINOUS. FOLLOWERS OF THE PRETENDER PREPARED TO MAKE A VIG OROUS FIGHT. CALL TO ARMS IS CONTEMPLATED. Leader of the Carllsts Denies That He Has Entered Into Alliances With the Powers. MADRID, Sept. 17.— There are unmis takable signs ln Carllst circles that Spain may soon have to face most serious internal troubles, as well as the uprisings ln Cuba, the Phillippine islands, and, possibly, Porto Rico. The i Carlist deputies early during the pres- ' ent month took a determined stand ; against the adoption by the chamber j of the bill providing subsidies for the j Spanish railroads. They claimed that ; the money thus appropriated could be better employed in Cuba and else where; protested against the whole , policy of the government, financial ! and political and thereby placed them- ; selves on record before the people as ; being opposed to all the ills complained Of by the suffering masses of Spa...

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. — 18 September 1896

BULLS HAD THE PIT ©X 111 IHI RECEIPTS AXD HEAVY EXPORT DEMAXD WHEAT WAS BtOYAAT. PRICES WERE WELL HELD. I'HKi: REALIZING OX THE AD. VAXCE FAILED TO DREAK THE MARKET. BF.M.iIT WAS A GENERAL OXE. Corn, llntH and Provisions All Slut red in tlie Strength ot tlie Day's Dealings. CHICAGO, Sept. 17.— Light north "T.c-( receipts and heavy foreign ac ceptances were the sustaining influen ces in wheat today. There was a con siderable realizing on the sharp ad vance, but prices were well held. De cember closing at an advance of %c. Corn closed Vfee higher, oats %c higher and provisions 2%0 higher to 2%c lower The long pent up feelings of the bulls in wheat, found vent at the opening today. They became actually enthus iastic in the way they bid for the limited offerings, and the price, In about half an hour from the start, marked over one cent per bushel ad vance. The reasons for the cheerful ness, which was seen to pervade the ranks of the bulls, were various. The most encouraging feature was ...

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. — 18 September 1896

8 HEADY FOR HEflliTY STATE BOARD OP EQUALIZATION FINISHES ITS WORK ON PER SONAL PROPERTY. ST. PAUL AND DULUTH BANKS ARE CHANGED LITTLE COMPARED WITH THOSE OF HENNEPIN COUNTY. LESS THAN FOUR PER CENT. The Amount That the Ramsey County Valuations Are In creased hy the Board. Practically, the state board of equ alization has completed the work of readjusting the personal property as sessments and valuations. When it adjourned last evening, after fixing 'the valuation of bank stocks and holdings, ln Yellow Medicine county, lt had finished all the personal property ex tent that ln the bank list the figures for Wright county were somewhat vague and inconsistent. With the ex^ ception that these remain to be cleared up, the personal property revaluation has been completed, and State Auditor Dunn will proceed at once to informing tlie various county auditors and as sessors of the changes made, as well as making an abstract of the reassess ment for the state at large. The result is that real ...

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