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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

PIS 13 10 20. VOL. XIX.— NO. 264. A rare a^ore nation ani. a truly .*,. ■■tfii^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , Mii il ■■■mh "" V^B * ut\ ■ • lw*«» ,| v§) Because you secure not only the Lowest Prlces ' but intrinsic merit-Honest s:^!tai!* 55c te-'aSKj* jes sssj.Si OneLotofAHWooMfl'n. H-n-J.Black Taffeta Si k. worth 75c. f0r.. ..49- J, OI INCW hall and Winter Merchandise— the Cream Of Fabric Production-— * Linen in A . merica - the patterns m r j' trimmed, lar^es"*; and correct shape S^^^"^ B^«r.*i:^ P^ M T^*™l*: of Garments and Costume-Diversity of Seasonable Merchandise. J BJESSi^i 75C |i JSSS±?j£JK.!S!O6c wool Cberiot Sersre anH French Setge. 244ndi Black' Satin, for 6»c $ —^~w ~~~~~~^~>, i| «4 Napkins, to match, down... »2.7««! «** VV in Black, Navy Bur Wine. CflHjn^, ; 27 . inch B] fc g DoeheMe worth j! _. *«•-«• ZZ Z ! % Na H kins - to »«**, dozen... $1.89 __ Rrow^nd Dark Green, well 25 , L 2 5 2*3* |^| MilHlierV EXhibltlOn TOWELING. Sale Price, only W 24-inch Black Brocaded Gros Grains...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

14 AA i:\THAORmNARY DECAJ3BXT \OVEI. BY A M2W ENGLISH WRITER. TREES AND THEIR LEAVES. HAHOt.I) KREHEKICS HW BOOK A BEUCraTWL PIECE OF I'ASTASV, MKMOIRS OV I'ItESIDEVr H\K\ARI3 The Story of a London l<"lower Girl — "A Lonely Maid" — Literary \«>te> — New ItooliM. There was a common little joke cur rent In the "funny columns" of the newspapers this summer, in which A. asks B. if it is true that married men live longer than bachelors. "No," is the answer, "but it seems longer." « >nc uf the first impressions of the reader of "Without Sin" is that it is a > cry long book. Presently it occurs t<« him that perhaps it only "seems l"iiK." because it moves with such in tenae slowness. There is a kind of royal ilisnity about its long-drawn-out processional — the dignity of that "King of France with 40,000 men," who once maivhed up a hill and then inarched , down again. Certainly, the book ar rives nowhere. The only possible ver dii-t. at the end is that — ■ Tn<» phantom c...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

14 BOOKS OF 'THE HOUR .l\ nXTBAOKDKXABI I)IHADIv\T \ovel by v kbw i:m;i.ish WRITER. TREES AND THEIR LEAVES. HAHOI.I) I lt!:ilKI!ll -s MOW HOOK \ 111 LiUHTFI I. PIECE OK r.i.vi »s>, Mi:?H!IKS : . I'RKSIDE^T H\R\ARD I I: .- -"t.-rj at it Lnntlim h'lower i,:\-l —■ \ 1.0-.i.'l; Hultl"— l.lterarj Koio»— Nt'w Hooks. mmon liti i ■ joke cur t \ columns ' of the mer, in which k isks 1 t is true that ma riled than bacheloi"s. "No," ■ .vii it seems longer." Impressions of the i ■ 'lit Sin" is t hat it is >k Presently i; occurs rhaps it onlj "seems •iitf." 1 l moves with such in- Theiv is a kind i<( tbout its long-drawn-out • dignity of tnut "King (O.OOfl men," who once ; hill and tin marched t.':e book ar- The only possible ver ■ aji lias ■ raehed Lite for hysteria ■ study of the mor iakp you Hi; jf the pa if an obviously de . ping up sacril I '<■■ s not alienate liv- i h rough thirty Isillpill |p«| j j|W| W| Bs|!|li HI I ||||j II mined by i single glint ■■■ take a decadent lus iv ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

|\ « • ', "1 ■*« ™ IS "^ll &*' }| S L aik. Jff -JWbP^ $ Of tliG Frita*-** Spo U n« W X dreds " b y the thousands— declare that our assort- I \ «ik ft. « --ir_iii^Mll^j|Lll _fcfc_ IXfl fl Wlllf^P^rTfffTl'll J!iiiL«inHlßfcfci ft .-.Z!, U X 600 pairs of Nottingham Lace Cur- X m ent is better, our prices lower, than anywhere \ rf'\T|W*^FlWHkw Q * ~, . —> \) tains - 54 to 62 in <^e.s wide, 3>4 yards O else - It?s the superior Style, Fit and Finish of \ Tfr lO*TiMlfrTirr 1 Hi m 1 ITT Ml I irl KH^Ttlfctllll |< 1 1t UJF^^*- < J| CfegW Fl>| Ve^ £fesll* Cala II lon *> all new st y les - no store in this ft our garments that catches the eye of the critical 1 \ Wilt * rTfcTM I'll 1 ■CliJlKrrM JiVW#™^^ gl '^^^BP tf^^ « UCtJ^ OdiCa tf city or auy other will match them for 6 w , omau - 1 hat's why we sell more Cloaks and I EJ hF4^if l Mm)WUtf^^^'^Mm^ iaill \l — — — — —^— - >{ less than $3. Our price tfi .f AQ <? Skir ** for cash than any two other St. Paul stores \ H...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

1O sali>lt paUl soclal. iMnard, I think, is the place on the continent of Europe that has been mos< Invaded and taken possession of by the bicycle, which is, perhaps, a rash statement to make, since I have, not Been all the places on the continent of Europe, saya a correspondent of Har per's Bazar. But the bicycle is not a thins- of luxury at Dinard. It is simply an indispensable accessory of the toilet, or a part of one's self. The Dinard girl puts on her bicycle costume in the morning when she gets up and t:ik>-s it off at night when she dresses for dinner. And the other evening one i>l the smartest of the Dinard girls stopped at (he door for a minute, after dinner, on her way to a concert at the Xew club, dressed in a black satin skin, a pink silk bodice and a black hat with feathers. When she sot up to po and the door opened, she calmly threw her skir*. over <me arm, got onto her wheel and rode off. A i the concert given a few days ago at the English church, all t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RifAg&l Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE CHANGE op STYLES IMIII ATIOXS 01-" THK FKATIRKS OF THE AITIMX FASHIONS. PRINCESS GOWNS FAVORED. MOBBMi OK TIC A lieWlfl THAT ARK I'AKTK'I'IiARLY UK \l TI KI 1.. [\m\ iiu vi.n v ix wmwiifi loarnt- 1. !!<•«■ . Yiil<»m*lt*iiH<*N, Velvet aml Kutton* WUI !*♦" Much I ttetl on TrtuuuiiiMMe The crowds of pleasure seekera who are fl- -eking back to the city every day are hunting industriously for the change* in fashion. The godet skirts and huge sleeves are surely among ih»- rapidly departing styles, and fash threatens to go to the other ex treme and return to close, clinging skirts. The new gowns are reduced to almost one-half of the fatness that formerly prevailed, and they lit closely about the hips that they will be ex qeedingly trying to very slight figures. The tight Bleevea are equally trying, and many women arc moaning over the lost fullness that, tea been so becom ing to their...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

18 Sarah Bernhardt [ from the use of the Genuine JOHANN Hoff's Malt Extract I use l)B£S& it through the advice of my physician, and v £§§1$ j^^P^^ kindly ask you to send me another case. -_^3EitU ,-/-*^^' v i/~0~ Ask for the Genuine JOHANN HOFF'S MALT EXTRACT BOfiD Of PYTfllAflS WILL HHIXG MANY DELEGATES TO MIWEAPOLIS FOR A CONXKX TION TIKSDAV. GRAND LODGE ANNUAL THEN V 11.1. BE ATTKMIKI) BY REPRKSKX TATIVKS OK EVERY EXISTIXG MIXXKSOTV LODGE. KK.WS OK THE SBCRBT ORDKIIS. HapppnlnKx Within the Wicket, But Without the l»iile of the Secret Kite*. The Minnesota grand ludge. Knights of Pythias, will meet In Minneapolis Tuesday, and, although there is, per haps, less business of special import ance than usual, the Sir Knights will find an abundance of work to occupy their attention during the two days' session. For the first time in the his tory of the order in this state, the grand chancellor has been paid a sal ary which enabled him to devote his time to the work of the order, and t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

WftKTS ill BE LEFT At (lie following; lucntluui for Inser tion In the Daily and. Siiutlity til o be-, Mt the Ramr rates aa are ckarged by the main office. hamLFxb^ Haiiiline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELLINO AVENUE. DAYTO.VS IIIAI'K. Sever Westby Drug Stors 679 KAST THIRD STREET. TOWKH TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLKY. Joseph Arg»y Drug Store COX. C!!(H'E AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill Ntwa Stand _U* BROAPWAT. MKKKIAM PARK. A. L. Wofilsoy Dm? Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRTOTI AVENUES. ST. ANTHOJiY HILL..' Eml! Pull Druggist GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frrst * Co Dru< Store SELHY AND WESTERN AVKNITRS. Straight Brca Drus: Stor» RONDO AND GROTTO STRF.FTS. A. A. Ctmiphell Drug Siors 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drugstore 171 DALE STREET. Brackett's ......Pharmacy VICTORIA AND 3R1./BY AVRNT7ES. mesr aiDi. The Eclippe Tirttvr Store. 8. KORERT AND FAIRRIELD AVUINHR. Oeorco Marti Druic Stors 6. WABASIIA ANT> FAfRRTPLD AVRNUK. Concord Street Prescription Sto...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 September 1896

20 JQ SRAJHDTONJ'GHTfI WEEK OF MIRTH fIND MELODY, BgP| # AMERICA'S FAVORITE COMEDIAN, HAUT MFCO JBHv todays press ©PiWJOWS: Ifmfmlk 3^ X *H 7 fill II 111 <L \ fInSKHNOA aur. , •''AMlduiKhtßell' Is the best of all tho brilliant efforts of 'Ameri- I . J\ ) fill ri 111 I \ &fiffff^u¥H Ctt ""'ckerig,' I harles H. Hoyt."-Uulver*alPrei«B Comment. Jj / ( M^^j^Sk^^/gm^^^^ *iip imilllTini P IllAltiinintni p 111 11 It I\l Xl iHkotIIIB r iTlim\iirr> n. ' r "« b .> r '. 1 <*H < s 'Deacon TiUd' will rank wiilt Jefferson's 'Kip' or John / * S^m^ilhe^' -^m^S/^^k Tr.E INEMITABLE, INCOMPARABLE lIIUI lILLU lE|O||l| SATURDAYS ■^ffS^HHlr. JLJI MlSiiPlil^ : y^^i^SSSySßHfc^ \IjJ«BSVV vf/fIMMCMIi. iuceess In his entire career. Ills characterization >-tands side by »i<le with 11 7 .;.ill\ -"-=" ' ■'•'/ xW <^ 1 jflrl iWrifcT^^ XJenmaii Ihonipsorrs 'Joshua WUitcomb,' and Jonei)li Jefferson » 'Kip % ■^^^gs^^^2(lrl' U"^ ■^ I^^^^W^'lW \ 1^ ■ I" 1^ V F I!^*, W^ ■ D gigf]fhTg| him LjTl...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 265. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, SEPT. 21. V'estlier for Today Fair and Cooler. PAGE 1. British Capture Dongola. <;roiiTcnor'» Political Estimate. Bryan Invades Delaware. MeKinley l.nwu Demonstrations. Thaeher (omen Out for Gold. PAGE 2. Barbers AVant License Required, I>e I. eon Talks Socialism. I'rof. Hart's Pure Food Crusade. PAGE 3. Rcwi of Minneapolis. Mrs. Tin Hi uk ton Booth Arrives. Two Men Commit Suicide. Mew Trial for \\ lii niimn. PACK 4. Editorial. Tons of (':■ in pai^ii Literature. PAGE a. Sain is Y\ i n and Lose. 11l lies mill Gold Buks .Break Even. National League Games. Britain Backs Down In Turkey. PAGE O. Markets of Hie World. The Household. '♦i. uraii ( Verse. PAGE T. Seury Clews* Financial Review. ■"Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Sermons of a Sunduy. Woes of Royal Maidens. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan— Romola, 8.15. Grand— Midnight Bell, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK, Sept. 20.— Arrived: La Gas rogne, Havre: Maasdam, Rotte...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 September 1896

a S(\l NT P fIUL. OBJECTED TO HIS SI IT. Iliitby Hell Nearly Mobbed in a Theater in Malta. Digby L'ell has had many experl \u es. both comical and serious, dur- Qg bis brilliant career upon the stage, w Euro he has often been induced to 'legal.* his friends with. He has fre toently cited his first appearance be -fcre any audience, which occurred in Ihe island of Malta, as being un "(-"uestionably the most trying of any that itayo ever succeeded it. "My original debut or trial in Italian ufM in. previous to my appearance at the Scala theater In Milan, Italy, oc curred at the Royal opera house in the island of Malta, in the year IMS.' said Mr. Bell. "It was during ili- Turko-Kussian" war. The entire • Mediterranean fleet of the British ; navy were stationed off Malta at this period; also the Forty-second and S. \ .lUy-setond Highland regiments. I v. lis to make my appearance as the count in "fs.mnambura" under the norn ■it theatre of Valentino Carapana. During the rehearsals the wardr...

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. — 21 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE itu "iOITU FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. At the Keeley institute yesterday afternoon the first of a series of evangelical meetings, given under the auspices of the Woman's Keeley league, was held. The meeting was held in the club room and was well attended by the Inmates of the institute and their friends. Lyman Shulman, a twelve-year-old lad was yesterday arrested on the charge of petty larceny. It Is stated that It has been his habit In the early morning hours to wander rrom door to door along Fourth ave nue, in the neighborhood of Franklin, and take with him the newspapers left by the news carriers. Henry Auerbac-h and Jacob Gould last night organized the Southern Russian Hebrew Re publican club of the Third Ward. The meet ing was held at 604 Washington avenue north. Joseph Calentersky was chosen president; the ' remainder of the officers will be chosen at the next meeting. The club lias a membership of I 120. Tlie next meeting will be held at the j sam...

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. — 21 September 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE 7s PUBLISHED F*"/ »T AT NEWSPAPER ROW. COR. FOURTH AND BUSNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL, **AFU"R OF ST. PAUL,. t. '■ " ' * — ■ - Address sll 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 of the Globs alr.ays kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO j Dally and Sunday, Si- Months - f_.75 j Dally and Sunday, One Year - f B.OO [ Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 j Dally Only, Six Months f 2.25 Dally Only, One Year $4.00 Sunday Only, One Year -— - f I.SO •Weekly, One ~Vear *I.<M> WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON. Sept. -.'o.— Forecast for Monday: Mlnaescte and the Dakotas— Fair ; «.»j)lor: northerly winds. Wl.-icjnsln — Fair: cooler in western portion; liKht to fresh southerly winds. becoming no'tln'iiy. lowa -Pair: variable winds. .Montana— Fair; cooler In eastern portions; northeasterly to ...

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. — 21 September 1896

fllili GOT SCALPS lIOV.MtS WKOK EVENLY DIVIDED V ESTER*) A V IN THE WEST EHtt LEAGUE. SAINTS WIN A GAME AT LAST, KIT THE COLUMBIANS TAKE THE SECOND. MAKING THE SERIES A TIE. fill R9 LOSE A TWICE-TIED GAME, Then rupture the Second, Making the Series With the Gold Bag! Stand IS to 7. St. I'anl 41, 2, -Columbus 1. 11. Kiuimin Otfr i«, 11, Grand It. IS, ». Played. Won. Lost. P. C. I Minneapolis 131 88 43 .(172 Indianapolis 128 76 ,"i2 .594 1 1 >*•; i-oit ISr. 77 58 .570 1 St Paul 133 72 61 .541 Kansas City 131 68 63 .519 Milwaukee 138 60 78 .435 Columbus jjs 4s 87 .;'">« i Grand Itapids 139 45 92 .328 I GAMES SCHEDULE""* FOR TODAY. Si. Paul at Indianapolis. Minneapolis at Columbus. Kansas City at Detroit. Milwaukee at Grand Rapids. Special to the Globe. rOLTJMBI/S. 0., Sept. 20.— Although thr weather was cold, the sun shone brightly all day, and about 2,000 peo ple wont out to th« ball grounds to see t_e Saints and Senators play two \ games for one admission. In the first ; one th...

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. — 21 September 1896

6 •THE HOUSEHOLD! r.,...Y'T.TT-T- T HOME-MADE PICKLES. Receipts of Value to the Housewife Who Is Killing Her Storeroom Shelves. The storeroom closet shelves may have already been supplied with many spiced sweets from the fruits that have been in season, but the forehanded lu -usevvife must still spend many busy days In preparing- her supply of relishes j and pickles for the approaching winter ■season. Both sweets and sours conti ib- | ute to make the stock complete. When heating vinegar or pickles, use j a granite or porcelain -lined kettle, and j a wooden spoon is the only kind that j siu uld be employed in handling hot j pickles. If vinegar loses its strength { pour it off and cover the pickles with si me that is fresh and hot. Pickles should be examined frequently, and if j any soft ones are found remove them, j 11 white specks appear in the vinegar | di am it off from the pickles and scald, j A lew bits of horseradish root put in i srith the pickles will help to give the j vineg...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 September 1896

HEARD fROJH piflE « O\SK«i:-h*t"rri,V THERE IS MARKED KKI.AXATI-ON O!^ THE STRAIN •ir* -fi-vaxces. REVIVAL OF COMMERCE. K-RCHMmM MARKKTS SHOW A KKM MtK AMLI-. IMl'ROVK hi:\t, HIT WVIJ. STREET IS "UMOtl YE. l-'oi-t-iua t iHnlliloiiN Operate to De l»reKM Stock* — Henry t'lews* Weekly Review, S|'< eisl to the Globe. NEW YORK, Sept. 20.— in his weekly ' review of the financial situation Henry Clews says; Tiie second groat political symptom for j which Wall streat has been waiting— the M;iine election — brought even stronger cvi- \ dem-e ot the coming overthrow of silver than j came \virt» the Vermont election. The un- j procedentei Republican majority in a state , once .strongly tainted with greenbaekism and ; suspected of being seriously Infected with i the sil\er hereby, is something more than j was exptcted even by those most familiar with "he politlca of the sUtt*. Its foreshadow- j inp- aic the more conclusive because the i \t'ilii related to no mere local issues, but j turi*..-...

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. — 21 September 1896

8 SPIRIT OF SERVICE BEY. J. F. STOI'T DISCUSSES IT AT THE FIRST METHODIST EPIS COPAL C HI'RCH. MIGHTY FACTOR FOR TRUTH. tilt EATER EVEN THAN HIMAN WORTH ASIDE PROM ITS RE 'S Hi X INFLUENCE. THE REVELATION OF SOCIETY In Its* AVealiiieHd and Ita Wieked iu-sm Mimlo by the AlmlK'ht} in lonian'* Vlnlon. Rev. J. F. Stout preached yesterday j morning' at First M. E. church from the j text, "Ar.d I. heard the voice of the J Lord saying, Whom shall I send, and who shall go for us? Then said I, here am I; send me." — Isaiah vi., 5-8. He said in part: The vision given us in this sixth chapter of Isaiah, from which the text is taken, is one of the most splendid of al! those found in the Bible. It is an attempt to transfer to us the impres sion, at least, of him to whom has come a revelation of Ged. He has no ade quate language in which to express the facts borne in upon his inner life, ; hi nee he can only employ symbols ! that at their best can but poorly carry the load of truth intrusted to t...

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. — 22 September 1896

12 PAGES. VOL. XIX.— NO. 260. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. TUESDAY, SEPT. 28. 'Weather for Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGE 1. Leadville Riot Cost Five Lives. Sllverites Want Thacher Removed. Bryan's Day in Delaware. Turks Threaten a Massacre. PAGE 2. Gossip on State Polities. St. Paul Girl an Heiress. Sot-let y Events of a Day. Deadly Stabbing Affray. PAGE 8. Minneapolis Matters. Courts Give a Gold Judgment. Xewi ot Stillwater. Flonr Rates to Re Discussed. PAGE 4. Editorial. I. O. O. F. in Texas. Details of the Advance on Dongola. Lively Talk Over Broadway Loop. PAGE 5. Appostles Defrat Hooslers. Millers Doubly Disgraced. Blues and Tigers Break Even. Brewers Crush Gold Bugs. Results in the National. Slavin Knocked Ont by O'Donnell. News of the Northwest. PAGE 6. Bar Silver 05 l-4c. Cash Wheat in Chicago 01 l-4e.. Stocks Show Firmness. official Council Proceedings. PAGE T. Official Council Proceedings. Assessment Judgment Notices. PAGE 8. Assessment Judgment Notices. PAGE O. Asses...

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. — 22 September 1896

2 S_l!li_ AS I M|_ A. R. IJI KKirv. OF MISSOURI, SAYS TH*" SOBTfI WILL SLAUGHTER HIM. COUNTY POPS HOLDING OFF. TOMOKHOW SIGHT'S UOHVHMTHMI WILL \OT RELIEVE THE SIS ""•_"»■ MATERIALLY. 1.1 NO \M> fI'CI.KAKV TO DERATE. l'h ej Mt-i-t Toii'kl*' ot AVatervllie (<> niIISSI the State I_MBM From Two I'oiniK. "The middle-of-the-road Populists al! over the West and South are at work trying to destroy the effects of fusion by holding independent conven tions and naming electors who are pledged to vote for Tom Watson." said A. It. Durkin, member of the Missouri 1 it-publican state central committee, yesterday. Mr. Durkin is en route to North Dakota on private business and ' -stopped off in St. Paul between trains. ' 1 was in Chicago two days last week and spent most of the time at National headquarters," said Mr. Dur kin. "and though you may think news coming from that source is highly colored, yet I am assured that it is an urate and that the National com mittee knows exactly what is ...

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. — 22 September 1896

cYRUPoFFIr**- #«S!W(i)?S ftH6 PIFAKKF^ THF A 1 lllir^Bi^^ TO GFT \-ji JUsi* /'/ I 'III'! / vKvaik 9 WlNß^^^^j£f'' -*+ _f^ e^ * • -_-_*& rrprrn Ift i I\/ *&& \i ?// W' WvM % XiJm^W^L^^ I J P^KF !**■___* _-.__* _f*T^^. ■^^^^^^W^BYM^^^ GENUINE " IV,AN|: ' D BYTHE MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE ***-» JOITM FOURTH STHKUT. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. This afternoon at 2:30 the first of the pop ular priced matinees of "Charley's Aunt" will be given. Rev. G. A. Hagstrom, of Evanston, 111., has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Swedish Baptist church of this city. His duties as pastor begin Nov. 1. Aid. Hugh Jennings, of the Third ward. has withdrawn ln favor of J. W. Dreger, the Republican nominee, and esterday visited the city ball ln company with the latter. "Charley's Aunt," all week at the Bijou, gives to an appreciative audience an evening of pure and unadulterated comedy. The whole play sparkles with the sort of genuine, hearty, harmless fun that Is contagious. Mayor Pratt and ...

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