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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. THE MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE OF THE DAILY &*«]_ HAS BEEN REMOVED TO £9 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. t ' MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Frank M. Anderson, instructor in history at the state university, received notification Friday that he had been awarded the Thayer scholarship in history at Harward university. The federal building is undergoing its Spring house-cleaning, which will consume considerable time. At present the rooms oc cupied by the weather, bureau are under the Workmen's care. The corner stone of the Hebrew free school house, now in course of construction in the rear of the Kensesseth Israel church, Sixth avenue north and Fourth street, will be laid this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Judge Jamison signed an order yesterday morning directing the receiver of the City bank to pay a dividend of 10 per cent to the creditors. The dividend amounts to $32,000 and the report shows $6,000 still in the hands of the receiver. N. Farcsell, of Cannon Falls, was taken to the county jail yesterda...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

10 STllili DEfIZEK WI|IS STRIKES OUT NINE HOOSIERS WITH GRACE. DIGNITY, AND EVEN ECLAT. PHILLIPS IS HIT HEAVILY BY THE LOCALS, "WHO WIN THE GAME—FOURTEEN TO BIGHT. BREWERS WIN FROM DETROIT, Bo St. Paul Is a Little Nearer the Pennant Than Before— Millers Also Win. Si. Paul 14, Indianapolis 8. Minneapolis 15, ColumbuN 7. Kansas City 8, Grand Rapids 7. Milwaukee 11, Detroit <». Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent Detroit 24 17 7 .708 St. Paul 25 16 9 .640 Milwaukee 29 17 12 .586 Kansas City 24 14 10 .583 Minneapolis 28 15 13 .536 Indianapolis 23 11 12 .478 Columbus 28 8 20 .286 Grand Rapids ....27 6 21 .222 The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs lost: c co g £2:roo< "5 & r | S fg.2.3 I 8 s s> S Iss Ia . o clubs. .£ I o|-go|-g gw : £ ; • •;««._: . *"! . O, . ; I .'..'.'.'. to . Detroit — 0021356 17 .708 St. Paul 1— 3 3 3 13 2 16.640 Milwaukee 22— 23233 17 .586 Kansas City ....0 2 4— 4 0 2 2 14.583 Minneapolis 2 3 3 2 — 1 1 315 .536 Indianapo...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

10 STILIi DEJIZER Wl|iS STRIKES OUT NINE HOOSIERS WITH GRACE. DIGNITY, AND EVEN ECLAT. PHILLIPS IS HIT HEAVILY RY THE LOCALS, WHO WIN THE GAME—FOURTEEN TO EIGHT. BREWERS WIN FROM DETROIT, Bo St. Paul Is a Little Nearer the Pennant Than Before— Millers Also Win. St. Paul 14, Indianapolis H. Minneapolis 15, Columbns 7. Kansas City 8, Grand Rapids 7. Milwaukee 11, Detroit O. Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Detroit 24 17 7 .708 St Paul 25 16 9 .640 Milwaukee 29 17 12 .586 Kansas City 24 14 10 .583 Minneapolis 28 15 13 .536 Indianapolis 23 11 12 .478 Columbus 28 8 20 .286 Grand Rapids ....27 6 21 .222 The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs lost: c » % x%£ o a ■% *5 £ a 32; re jj- B " •* £ s „ p p o* . 2 Clouts. . "" o <- 005 £ : r : • s ■« m . 2. : •• & • Detroit .... — 0 0 2 1 3 5 6 17 .708 St. Paul 1— 3 3 3 13 2 10.640 .Milwaukee 22— 23233 17 .586 Kansas City ....0 2 4—402 214.583 Minneapolis 2 3 3 2—ll 3 If, .536 Indianapolis 1 1 1 1 1 — 4 ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

fIIGK YOUNG'S STAFF I ■ j ija, P. CAYLOR GOSSIPS ABOUT THE RATIONAL LEAGUE UM PIRES. jtTHERE'S NO RANK WORK. j SUPINES ARE LIGHT AND INFRE QUENT—OTHER EVILS DI MINISHING. BVILEY DAVIS OW THE "FARM." !\\ haf the Noted Base Ball Crltie Says of the Twirler Now With. the Hoosiers. ■. i fßpeclal Correspondence to the Globe. J NEW YORK, May 23.—Umpiring in j the National league Is about as nearly i perfect at this time as it has ever been. < It does not mean, however, that perfec -4 tion has been almost attained in the lart any more than a local revival of religion means the coming of the mil j lennium. Perfect umpiring is as im ! possible as a sinless life. But Nick ssj (Young's present staff is, as a whole, j by far the best, the most competent, lever got together. With one or two ex | "ceptions, they are veterans —men who 1 have served more than two seasons ii and have held their positions. Emslie, Hurst, Lynch, Keefe and Sheridan have been tried and not found wanting. . JWeidman an...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

la CflH KHFEfI DO IT? STEVENS' FRIENDS DISLIKE THE OUTCOME OF THE MINNEAPO LIS FIGHT. OPPOSITION TO FLETCHER FRAMED UP OX THE SAME FOUNDA TION AS THAT IX ST. PAUL. TOUR UNCLE LOREN WON EASILY, "Which AVould Seem to Indicate That the Colonel Will Do the Same. Fred C. Stevens and his friends were rather disheartened by the easy success of Loren Fletcher in securing a renomlnatlon for con gressman from the Fifth district. While Stevens Is putting up a stronger. fight than Davis did, it is the same kind of a fight—anti third term, and "give some one else a chance." There Is this further element of ■weakness in Stevens' campaign, that no in fluential Republican is willing to be quoted as favoring it, and as for announcing publicly a belief that he will defeat Klefer, there Is ab solutely no man who will assume the responsi bility and stand for it. One Republican state senator was found yesterday who would say, privately, that Kiefer cannot get a renomlna tlon; but he did not desire to be...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

F»/\GES 13 to 22. VOL. XIX.—NO. 145. CHEAT ]HAIIi GEfITER FIFTY-TWO RAILWAY POSTOF FICES ARRIVE AT AND LEAVE ST. PAIL DAILY. HOW THEY ARE DESIGNATED. HUNDREDS OF CLERKS REQUIRED TO HANDLE THE MOUNTAINS OF MAIL. BIG "REEHIVES ON WHEELS. >loii Convert Themselves Into 31ov lngf Cyclopedias ot Geography for $1,300 a Year. The high degree of efficiency, appar ently almost realizing perfection, that has been attained in the transmission of mail matter is universally recog nized, and the subject of frequent com ment. Little, however, is known by the general public of the inner work ings of the system that constitutes the most important and complicated machinery of the postoffice department. The average individual is satisfied to accept the fact that his dally paper or business correspondence reaches him at the earliest possible moment, and while he may, and usually does possess a feeling that there is some thing marvelous in the promptness and accuracy with which the daily and hourly de...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

PAGES 13 to 22. VOL. XIX.—NO. 145. GREAT pill GEfiTEH FIFTY-TWO RAILWAY POSTOF FICES ARRIVE AT AXD LEAVE ST. PAIL DAILY. HOW THEY ARE DESIGNATED. 11l NDREDS OF CLERKS REQI IRED TO lIAXDLE THE MOUNTAINS OP MAIL. fJIG lIEEHIVES OX WHEELS. Jtlen Convert Themselves Into Mov ing Cyclopedia* of Ceograpliy lor $1,300 v Year. The high degree of efficiency, appar ently almost realizing perfection, that has been attained in the transmission of mail matter is universally recog nized, and the subject of frequent com ment. Little, however, is known by the general public of the inner work ings of the system that constitutes the most important and complicated machinery of the postoffice department. The average individual is satisfied to accept the fact that his daily paper or business correspondence reaches him at the earliest possible moment, and while he may, and usually does possess a feeling that there is some thing marvelous in the promptness and accuracy with which the daily and hourly deliv...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

14 BOOKS OF THE HOUR A SEW WRITER DEXIXEATES SOME! OF TUG PET FADS OF CHI CAGO. THE SEATS OF THE MIGHTY. A SHORT, SPARKLING STORY OF LO.\DO.\ LIFE, BY SIR ROBERT FEEL. •A BRIDE FROM THE DESERT." "Conjugral Amenities"—Mlhs Ser geunVm "Marjory Moore"—Liter ary Notes. Mr. Gilbert Parker is very much more than a writer of exciting tales, albeit he chooses to conform to the present fashions of fiction in so far as to give us stories of adventure which stir the blood. "The Seats of the Mighty" is a romance of Quebec in the years preced ing and including its capture by the English. The hero is a young Scotch man, Robert Moray, who has been de tained for three years in Quebec as a prisoner on parole, when the story opens, exchange having been refused him on various pretexts, the real rea son being a desire on the part of La Pompadour, acting through M. Dol- \$ f IF % ' MRS. EL.IA >V. PEATTIE. taire, a nameless son of the French king, to procure some papers in Mo ray's possession, which w...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

14 BOOKS OF THE HOUR A NEW WRITER DELINEATES SOME OF THE PET FADS OF CHI CAGO. THE SEATS OF THE MIGHTY. A SHORT, SPARKLING STORY OF LONDON LIKE, BY SIR ROBERT PEEL. *A BRIDE FROM THE DESERT." "Conjugul Amenities"—Mina Ser geunt'i "Marjory Moore"—Liter ary Notes. Mr. Gilbert Parker Is very much more than a writer of exciting tales, albeit he chooses to conform to the present fashions of fiction in so far as to give us stories of adventure which stir the blood. "The Seats of the Mighty" is a romance of Quebec in the years preced ing and including its capture by the English. The hero is a young Scotch man, Robert Moray, who has been de . tamed for three years in Quebec as a prisoner on parole, when the story opens, exchange having been refused him on various pretexts, the real rea son being a desire on the part of La Pompadour, acting through M. Dol- /s&% \"^ -^^ lw w \ \ll-_rW # / »/ill I; MRS. KLIA "W. PKATTIE. taire, a nameless son of the French king, to procure some papers in M...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

yi \ti»i ii»__ifc—MMrt__BE__i --.- 7*7. .... i _.... - *„, fc ;> -.; -2 ■ ~~^7§a^^_ J ___^^^__giy r~P?~ JiSa'^* t^*r^^pr^^ P e,^.^«i^. lof',sc 11 RCTTCR AND RETTFB RARRAINQ CUfRY RAY SSSS^S'ri S 66-inch Satin-Finished Bleached Table PQ^ 1 \ ~----- -_-«-—-~ --—- - .^-.^ —-. -—^. WASH fIOOD^ Linen, worth 90c, to go Monday, per yard OVt gvj T* W1 C WPPfcT the best yet ' Special purchase* and Special __ . 22x^2-^ 3/ Bleac^Gennan All- Rhw |«K| *" I" "^ ECIV reductions all Contribute to make Up the Gi^harns^ s^clk^t^ 5118 ' worthsL7s- $1.29 Ac^^#^ grand sum total of this week's marvelous bargains. No exaggerated J^J* J^*J ST^riSaß c^dalttJc i b_ie 36-incb unbleached sheeting, 0,1 _ /si^N values or statements. No unreliable representations. No disappointed only.. Per yard cJ 2 C f\ /7r^^ ) Customers at the GOLDERi RULE- Did yOU hear the Other fellOWS' Cry Of One case of Fast Black Sateen, full 30 in. wide: 7 X. fl — / . «-r ...«.-. -n, ■ . . . _.■ _ _ the high-price stores sell this qua...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

16 !| lip \ ST. PAIIL SOCIAL, ji June will be ushered in gaily by the senior promenade, which is always the great event of the year in university circles. The arrangements are always very carefully made, as each class vies with all its predecessors in making the affair brilliant and enjoyable. There are so many university alumni in the city that It is always a function in which society ln general take 3 a large amount of interest, for it really closes the season of formal balls. It will be held Tuesday evening, June 2, at Ma sonic Temple, Minneapolis, which will be ln festal array with decorations of the class colors. The Fort Snelling band will furnish the music for a pro gramme of thirty two-step 3 and waltz es, which will alternate. The pro grammes will be especially attractive features, az they are to be hand-paint ed souvenirs of the occasion. Refresh ments will be served during the even ing in the banquet hall. The following ladies will act as patronesses: Mes dames Cyrus Nort...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

tiflGliE SAJft'S POLICY CHAT "WITH SENATOR MANDERSON REGARDING CUBA, SPAIN AND VENEZUELA. WHY WE SHOULD BUY CUBA. OUR RELATIONS "WITH EXGLAXD AND WHAT WOULD RESULT PROM WAR, •THE VISIT OF LI HUNG CHANG. Some Remarkable StntementM as to Japan and Japanese Labor— IVnr Coming-. {Copyrighted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) OMAHA, May 23.—1 have come from Chi cago' to Omaha to have a talk with Gen. Charles F. Manderson, the ex-United States senator from Nebraska. Senator Manderson voluntarily retired from congress at the close CHARLES F. MANDERSON. of his last term, and he is now at the head of the legal department of the Burlington railroad system, having charge of all the business west of the Missouri river. He lives here in a beautiful three-story brick in the most fashionable part of the city and leads a more comfortable life in many re spects than he did at Washington. There is a large vacant lot just outside his house, in which some of his favorltet fast horses may be seen grazing, ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

18 STYLES OF SUPER IF SUBDUED MANY COLORS MAY , , BE USED IN ONE COS TUME. i , | NO NOTICEABLE CHANGES. THE SPECIAL FEATURE OP THE LATEST SKIRTS IS THE TRIM MING. THE DECORATION OP BODICES. Simple Gowns Well Fitted Are De cidedly ln the Lead Anions tbe Best Dressers. Many colors In one costume, if they are subdued, are the ruie this season, but vivid colors of any sort are not the correct thing if you would be fashion ably dressed. Bright silks, which were worn last season, are made over with a covering of black or dark colored net, grenadine, canvas or gauze, to soften the effect, The novelties in net and embroidery for entire waists of such gowns, and others of silk and wool are something exquisite. There is no end of patterns ln white and cream lace applique, ln white and black net, with jet and silver segulns, steel beads, and colored silks worked in, and ecru, Tjur *t*^ B__y cream and white batiste embroideries, which vary in price between $2 and $20 a yard. Wide collars, rever...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

fIWG THE ORDERS ODD FELLOWS GETTING READY FOR THE GRAND LODGE MEETING. WILL BE AT CENTRAL HALL. DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH WILL ALSO MEET AT THE SAME TIME. Knights pythias encampment. Its Promoters In Minneapolis Meet ing; With Encouragement Front Outside Sources, June 10 and 11 are the dates set for the meeting of the grand lodge of Min oesoba, I. O. O. F. The 231 subordinate lodges will be represented by at least 800 delegates, and several hundred vis itors will accompany the delegates. The grand lodge session will be held art Central hall, while the annual meet ing of the Daughters of Rebekah will be held in Twin City hall. On the evening of the 10th the Re bekahs will give a reception for dele gates and visitors at Central hall. Lo cal representatives to the grand lodge are making very complete preparations to entertain the delegates and visitors from out of town. Selection of a location for the Odd Fellows' home will be the most impor tant business to engage the attention of this ses...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

20 THE FORMER MANIFEST SOME STRENGTH, BIT SALES ARE FEW AND FAR APART. BUILDING OF RESIDENCES. THE MOST HOPEFUL, SIGN IN THE PRESENT REAL, ESTATE yROSPECT. GOOD FARM LAXDS SELLING WELL, An a Result of the Recent Beneiieent Rains und Influx of Imml t gran tit. The local real estate situation shows but little Improvement the past week. However, there are some redeeming features. Quite a large number of new buildings are either in process of con struction or else contracted for, mostly dwelling houses, to be sure, but then even this is a sign of substantial growth in these dull times. Then, too, although some of the agents complain that their business has been spread over an unnecessarily long period, the rentals for the past fortnight appear to have taken quite a brace, and this must be taken as an indication of re cuperation. One house owner is au thority for the statement, that he is at present receiving an increase of 16 2-3 per cent on his rentals. The agents are not advertising r...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

Good Morning==The People's Wants Are Told Below==Read Them. WANTS MAY BE LEFT At the following: locations tor inser tion In the Dally and Sunday Globe, at tbe same ratea u» are charged by the main office. HAMLINE. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELLING AVENUE. DAYTONJS BLUFF. Sever Westby Drug Store 879 EAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. HERRIAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey Dru?..S t CT or** ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. ST. ANTHONY HILL. Emll Bull Druggist GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co D™&, S*01**- SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Straight Bros £™So Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Brackett's ■• PJ^rmacy VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. George Marti D ™S *^?£* S WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD AVENU...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 May 1896

22 VAy l%^%^^r^m^r-%rm^%rt^*»j^^^^^ \^%t/ I "ON FLSASURB BSHT" j §< 1 To San Francisco, To Portland, Ore., j \ 4 * Do Yon Want to Go? To Seattle and Tacoma, you can go free. X A I li 1 To Yellowstone Park, To Niagara Falls. - X _ | San Francisco Tour via Union Pacific System. Great Lakes Tour via Northern Steamship Co. Yellowstone Park Tour via Northern Pacific R. R. $ _1 . SIIMIIIER OUTING—From St Paul to San Francisco and A SUMMER OUTING from St. Panl to Niagara Falls and A SUMMER OUTING—From St. Paul to Yellowstone Park d S t r return via the Omaua, Union Pacific System and connecting lines. t£%fZg£Z£S3ZSSi -5-tt &&£_&___; ttZZZZZZZZSL Z""' ■" T """ t 0 0 Going by the way of Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake City to San the ste amship North West or North Land, of the Northern Steam- fascinating tour in all the West than thro this strange land, which 0 f # 0 Francisco, and returning via Portland, Huntington and Omaha. ship Co.—the two finest steamers afloat. And rail or b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 May 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 146. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PfVUL GLOBE. MONDAY, MAY £5. Weather for Today- Thunder Storms. ■r* PAGE 1. Ax-Treasurer Nelson Dead. House aad Senate Forecast. Disastrous Hail in North west. Cloudburst at Marshalltown. Four Victim* of Gasoline. PAGE 2. Funeral of D. D. Merrill. Lutherans Split on Secret Societies. British Patriotism on Dayton's Bluff. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Cuba's ClTil War. PAGE 4. Editorial. Acker Post Memorial Services. Proulbf Divided on Silver. PAGE 5. Saints Leave for the East Today, Blues and Tigers Win Games. Results in the National. Condition of the Crops. PAGE O. Markets of the World. PAGE T. Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Farm and Household. Vagrrant Verse. Politics Agitating Wall Street. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK, May 24.—Arrived: Vendam, Rotterdam. HAVRE — Arrived: La Touraine, New JTork. SOUTHAMPTON — Arrived: Saale, New York. QUEENSTOWN — Sailed: Lucania, New fork. .«■»_ Market Report—Fish stories are com ing in faster than fish ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 May 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 146. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, MAY 25. Weather for Today- Thunder Storms. -* PAGE 1. fix-Treasurer Nelson Dead. House and Senate Forecast. Disastrous Hall in Northwest. Cloudburst at Marshalltown, Pour Victims of Gasoline, PAGE 2. Funeral of D. D. Merrill. Lutherans Split en Secret Societies. British Patriotism en Dayton's Bluff. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. i u*Ht*> Civil War. PAGE 4. Editorial. Acker Pont Memorial Service*, ProhJLbs Divided on Silver. PAGE 5. Saints Leave for the East Today, nines nut* Tigers Win Games. ■ Ki'sulls in tbe Nationul. Condition of the Creps. PAGE O. Markets of the "World. PAGE T. Globe's Popular WaiitK, PAGE 8. Farm and Household. Vagrant Verne. Politics Agitating Wall Street. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK, May 24.—Arrived: Vendarn, Rotterdam. HAVRE — Arrived: La Touraine, New york. SOUTHAMPTON — Arrived: Saale, New york. QUEENSTOWN — Sailed: Lucania, New york. m Market Report—Fish stories are com ing in faster th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 May 1896

is SOINT POUL. *. — LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Dayton's Bluff branch. Order of the Iron Hall, will be addressed at its hall. Bates avenue and Third street, by F. D. Somerby, the supreme president of the order. Evangelist Cooper began his series of tem perance meetings at the First Baptist church Saturday evening. The meetings are to be held every night the coming week at the same place. The male singers of the Catholic Memorial day choir will meet at the school house. Seventh and St. Peter streets, Tuesday even ing at 8 o'clock to rehearse for the Catholic cemetery exercises. John Geban will direct services on that date. SUNDAY AT THE HOTELS. G. Campbell, of St. Louis, is at the Aber deen. R. W. Price, of Duluth, is at Hotel Metro politan. Col. J. R. Nambert, of Hastings, Is at Ho tel Metropolitan. J. J. Thompson, of Great Falls, Is at the Hotel Metropolitan. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pettlt, of Chicago, are guests of the Aberdeen. G. B. Morrow, of South Haven, Mich., Is registered at the Metropoli...

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