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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 September 1896

4 THE flfllU GLOBF IS PUBLISHED -** r "»Y DAY 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 fires et the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'nyabl? In Advance. Dally s&d Sunday, per Month .SO Dally and Sunday. Six Month* - #2.7.1. Dally and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month -- - - .40 Dally Only, Six Month* «-.SS Dallr Only, One Year «4-<"0 Sunday Only, One Year -- - - fI.BO "Weekly. One T«W fI.OO TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 21.— Forecast for Tuesday: Minnesota. North and South Da kota Generally fair; warmer winds, shifting id southerly. Wisconsin— Fair; light northerly winds; warmer Tuesday afternoon. .Montana— Fair; winds shifting to souther ly : warmer in eastern portion. T&MPERATURBS. j Pla.e. Tern. | Place. Tern. S...

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. — 22 September 1896

DON'T WAIT tto be frost-bitten into the knowledge that Win ter is coming. "Take time by the forelock" and prepare for what is sure to come by buying your Heater NOW. The "Radiant Home," The "Peninsular/ Heaters, Cooks and Ranges are shown in all sizes on our sample floors. We can suit you in a Heater, even if you have your fault-finding clothes on, and these standard makes, absolute ly warranted, cost you no more here than second or third-rate goods elsewhere. YES, we'll take that old stove of yours and allow you what it is worth as first payment on a new one. TFPriS caßh * or P ar t cash 1 -«"Vi »«J and balance monthly. MEW ENGLAND ss^™*. ■ ■ E&ISSSSr** HO. 434-436 MB- STREET, SI. PAUL. Shim A VIGTIIu LASTED ONLY FIVE ROUNDS IN HIS GO WITH STEVE O'DON NELL. v INTO THE RING A FAVORITE, Bl T O'DONNELL HAD THE BEST OF IT FROM THE VERY FIRST. IS ANXIOUS FOR ANOTHER CHANCE. filavln Say* an Injury to His Back Prevented His Making; a Fair Showing. NEW YORK, Sept. 21.— Steve O'Don nell...

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. — 22 September 1896

b STAYED THE SLUJIIP UHKAT DECLINE AT CHICAGO CHECKED BY A STRONG MIN NEAPOLIS MARKET. CLOSE THREE-QUARTERS UP. I„ THE EARLY DEALINGS SALES "WERE WEILL BELOW SATUR DY PRICKS. I'OKEH'V CABLES CAME IN WAEK. This Intluem-e WtU" Offset by the Stead} Acceptance of All the Offerings. CHICAGO Sept. 21.— Unexpected strength at Minneapolis today set wheat speculators to scrambling for cover to such an extent that December closed at an advance of %c, after selling that much below Saturday's close. Coru was heavy and closed %c lower. Oat* closed unchanged and provisions 2%@ 7%e higher. The foreign advices received this morning were of a nature to cause un easiness to the bulls in the wheat market, and the consequence was that many of them who had long wheat made haste to dispose of it. The weakness also encouraged some soiling short, the result of which was a de cline in the first hour of %c below Saturday. Cables came lower, both from Liverpool and the continent, the forifler opening %d off a...

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. — 22 September 1896

sioner ef Public Works dated Sept. 18, 18*96. It is hereby ordered by the Common Council of the City of St. Paul : That the Commissioner cf Public Works of the City of St. Paul cause the following im provement to be made, to wit: Reconstruct, relay and repair (except where a good and sufficient sidewalk now exists', the wooden Bidewalk on the west side ot Mississippi street, from Grove street to the bridge over the Great Northern railway right of way, to gether with the necessary crosswalks across all intersecting streets, boulevards and alleys ou the line of said Improvement. In said city; that said Commissioner shall proceed without delay to assess the amount, as nearly as he can ascertain the same, which will be requlr- | ed to pay the costs and necessary expenses of \ •-v.-li improvement upon the real estate to be benefited by said Improvement, as provided by law; it being the opinion of the Council that n»al estate to be assessed for such improve ment can be found benefited to ...

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. — 22 September 1896

8 "_uhn's Subdivision of a Part of Lafond's Addition. Purposed Owner and Am't ufl DescrlpUon. Lot. Judgm't Wm. Casey 6 $13.55 Mackubin and Marshall's Addition. Supposed Owner and Am't of Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Francis W. Anderson (ex cept south 40 feet) 1 and 2 19 31.10 John H. Johnson (except Rondo street) 1 18 42.12 Mathias Orth 1 6 4196 Smith's Subdivision of Blocks 9, 10, 15 and 16, Stinson's Division. Supposed Owner and Am't. of Description. Lot. Bloctc. Judgm't Theresa H. Berry, north 55 feet of 59 and 60 9 $18.97 Smiths Subdivision of Blocks 2, 6, 7 .md 8, Stinson's Division. Supi osed Owner and Am't cf Description. Lot. Bleek. Judgm't Joßiah Fa'rehild 30 8 $42.56 Johnstone's Subdivision of Block 1, :.tin son's Division. Supposed Owner and A. n't of Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Lor'eva Hand 29 1 $14.85 List of real estate to be sold unrter judg ment, entered Aug. 21, 1896, rendered upon: AnseKNment for Construction, He laying and Repairing Wooden Sidewalk, Katlm...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 September 1896

Hopkins' Addition to St PauL Supposed Owner and Am't of Description. Lot Block. Judgm't Z>. J. Hennessy 3 1 $3 04 * a! "e 2 1 s!O4 ■*»■• 1 1 3.04 supposed Owner and Am't of Inscription. Judgm't Estate of E. Langevin— That rats • 't'llaiieous strip of land between Broadway and lots 2 and 3, block 13, Whitney and Smith's addition to St. Paul $5.63 Whitney and Smith's AddiUon to St. Paul. Supposed Owner and Am't ot Description. Lot Block. Judgm't Ann Horan. strip of land lying next east of. .and 1 13 $3.04 ltagnell and McGruder's Subdivision of Part of Block 15, Hoyt's Addition to St. Paul. Supposed Owner and Am't of Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't It. 11. Galusha, strip of land lying next east of and 3 15 $3.76 Derails Ryan, strip of land lying next east of and... 8 15 3.31 Supposed Owner and Am't of 1 inscription. Judgm't M. L. Hanker— East one-half ("*) of the following described land: '"onmionclng on Canada street 358.4 feet north from northwest corner of block 15, Hoyt's addi ...

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. — 22 September 1896

10 firayton's Second AddiUon, St PauL Supposed Owner and Am't ot Description. Lot Block. Judgm't Jane Hardy et al 7 1 $2-36 Henry A. Burnett 8 1 3.44 Stinson's Rice Street Addition, St. Paul. Supposed Owner and Am't ot Description. Lot. Block Judgm't James Stinson 10 3 $2.35 same 11 3 385 same 13 3 3.35 . same 13 3 2.35 same 14 3 8.35 came 15 2 8.35 same 16 3 2.35 same 10 3 3.35 same 11 3 2.35 same 13 3 2.35 same 13 3 2.35 same 14 3 2.35 same 15 3 2.35 same 16 8 2.35 The Central Park M. E. Church 13 8 2.35 James King 13 6 2.35 Samuel G. Sloan 16 6 2.35 .1. F. Eisenmenger's Addition, St. Paul. Supposed Owner and Am't of Description. Lot Block. Judgm't Frank Heln 11 2 $2.69 George Dora 15 2 2.69 Dan Moody 12 3 2.69 same «, 14 3 2.U9 Daniel Moody 15 3 2.69 Supposed Owner and Am't of Description. Judgm't Edmund P. Wilgus — Commencing at a point on the east line of Rice street 360 feet north of north line of Front street; thence east at right angles to Rice street 145 1-3 teet; thence no...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 September 1896

Marshall's Addition to West -St. Paul, ■uppesed- Owner -and Am't of Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't Langevin and La Croix, .east ft of 14 7 13.15; La Croix and Lawton, west ft of 14 7 ..is Estate of J**., Langevin. east 60 feet of ...,r> and 6 12 3.15 Marshall's Addition to West St. Paul. Supposed Owner and Am'tof DescripUon.. Lot. Block. Judgm't Beau pre .Mercantile Co.. wvst SO feet 0f.... 5 and 6 12 $315 L. D. House, east ft of 1 and 2 12 3.15 Lst. of Wm. L. Mintser. .. 5 11 315 same 4 U 3jc Frederick L. Schultz, east '= ° r :-- 1 and 2 11 3.15 *. I. Allgaer. east ft of.. 9 10 3.15 Julia Hitchcock 3 10 3 15 Bazille and Robert's Addition to West St. Paul. Suppoeed Owner and Am'tof Description. Lot. Block. Judgm't M. 10. lline, east 1-3 of 1 and 2 9 $2.61 J a*. Gadbout. west 2-3 "'f 1 and 2 9 4.78 Morris lleifeld : 6 8 4.17 A*. Iten 6 7 6.89 •state of B. Langevin. , east 40 feet 0f... 9 and 10 10 3.09 John B. Houle. east 1-3 of 1 and 2 11 2.61 Phillip Potts, west 2-3 of 1 and 2...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 22 September 1896

12 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report. i^of CM i> A ABSOMITEILY PURE ITS TRUST SACRED PROVISIONS OF GEN. SIBLEY'S WILL TAKE PRECEDENCE OF CREDI TORS' CLAIMS. IMPORTANT TO TRUST FUNDS. IS JIDGE KELLY'S DECISION IN THE LAMP-POPE SVIT. SO EACXVSIVE FRANCHISES. Circuit Court of Appeals Keeps the Streets Open ln Kansas at Least, Judge Kelly handed down an im portant decision yesterday, dealing with the question whether i creditor may get at trust funds held by a trustee under a will. The case in point concerns the will of the late Hon. H. H. Sibley. It came before the dis trict court on the motion of plaintiffs, Henry Lamb & Son, that the court appoint a receiver and that the de fendant, Augusta S. Pope, one of the legatees under the will, pay over the stim of $20 found on supplementary proceedings, and that defendant give an order on the St. Paul Trust com pany for the payment of a sum suf ficient to pay the balance of the plain tiff's judgment. Judge ...

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. — 23 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 267. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. WEDNESOTY, SEPT. 23, 1800. "Weather for Today— Fair) Warmer. PAGE 1. Palmer and Buckner Speak. Battle to Oeenr at Dawn iv Dongola. Hot Shot Fired at dough. Watson's Position ln the Campaign. PAGE 2. What Sonnd Money Democrats Want A Man of Eighty Weds. PAGE 3. Pythtuns Choose Officers. Fuaionlsts Summon Senator Allen. Phiietus Sawyer's SOth Birthday. Politics in Minnesota. PAGE 4. Editorial. Bankers Meet iv St. Louis. Thacher Asked to Resign. PAGE ft. St. Paul Defeats Indianapolis. Minneupol Is Beaten hy Uolunibus, And Then Turns the Tables. Western League Season Closing. Yesterday's Till Us by Bryan. PAGE A. Railroad Rates Going Up. Bar Silver «5 3-Sc. Cash Wheat in Chicago 61 3-4 c. Stocks Moderately Active. PAGE 7. The Czar ln England. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Ramsey County Figures Stand. Election Judges Are Chosen. Yesterday at Canton. EVENTS TODAY. Metropolitan— Roinoln, 8.15. Grand— Midnight Bell, 8.15. • MOVEMESTS OF S...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 September 1896

8 gard to the matter that not only had his view of the Invalidity of the law. been sustained by the sifprtrrae court of Minnesota, but by the United States court Judge Nelson sitting, if he re membered correctly. Not only that, hut .-Vc-reiary of the Interior Hoke Smith, had positively declined to ac cept the relinquishment of the lands mail- by the state under and in pur suant* of the provisions of this law imhr known as Chap* • r 16f> of the Gen eral Lava of '.S'J». I\ THE -ViniTOß'S OFFICE. l."»i No. l» Wa» Certified; So. IO In Hang' Ip. There seems *o haw been a Baapieian in the minds *f some that the deed bearing da!>" April lii. .-should have at tache: thereto a certificate of the state auditor dated five ini'inns previous. This, however, was explained yester day, as when the railroads present their lists of lands claimed under the ' Indemnity greats, the certificate is main- immediately after investigation Into ilii* justice of the claims The list ii*v.-!\t I in (he hil...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 September 1896

JOYS OF MATERNITY. VIGOROUS MOTHERS AND STURDY CHILDREN ADMIRED. tlTiy Bo Many Women Are Childless— A Problem That Has Puzzled Physicians for Centuries. Reproduction is a law of nature, and Ho picture of joy and happiness can e*4ual that of the vigorous mother and •*\her sturdy child. {}X a^ lire makes XwiSs^j vV /r\ I P erson must Bw>v— — Ti \ A women are $&■>'! I fwMk theories of phy ■// il\ sicians. Such "^B I I I j H cases are curable Fin 111 B— b nitie times out of 11 /I/ J! B as evidenced / j// Vj by thousands of J I |/| / '/ / ■ letters on file at [ j \ II ■ Mrs. Pinkham's of / I \\\ \ Img" baby owes its ii J V J& existence to Mrs. y. ft | (W Pinkham's advice J>- _Jr^ wl and the Vege - -_i"iß-**r^*s^"t_Di c Compound. This is not to be wondered at when such tes timony as the following* explains itself: " I have taken three bottles of your Vegetable Compound, one package of Sanative Wash, one box of Liver Pills: and now I have a dear little babe four weeks old,...

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. — 23 September 1896

4 THE BflllY GLOBE Ts PUBLISHED EVFRY~OAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AWD MIJIIIaMOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPKII OF ST. PAUL. Addross ell letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICB. ROOM *t\. TKMPLE COURT liUILUINO. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUIIKAU. 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept en fcnnd for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. a Payable* la> Advance. llHtly and Samtaj. per Month .SO Dally and Saater, "*»*"- MontUa - S*L 75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - ffi.Oo DaUy Only, per Montis - - - - .40 Dally Only, Ss* Month. »I*.U5 Dally On!, . Oae Year 54.,»0 Sunday Only, One Year ---- fl.iSO Weekly. One Year fI.OO TOD • «T* W B Vl'HK ft . WASHINGTON, Sepj. ft lAinwt for Wednesday: Minnesota rlalr and warmer; aontsMriy winds. Wis< out-iii -Generally fair: warmer; winds shifting to southerly, tnereaaiftg in force. The Dakota*)— Generally fair during the : day. warmer iv easier r, portion: southwest erly winds. Montana Pail . westerly winds...

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. — 23 September 1896

SAINTS AflE GOOD ft'llK, HI..VY FINE HALI, IX THE CLOSING. DAYS OF THE SEASON. THEY MAKE THIRTEEN HITS. ll't'lNlEllg MAKE A LOT OF ERRORS l\ THE GAME'S CI,OSI\G INNING. Qui: millers play a fair. I" olitiiiba* Taken One of These — De troit Beats KitriHßK City a Couple ot Time*. ♦. %:. I'hul at, ludtivnapoli* 5. < o 1 11 mini* tt, S| Mlnne'ltM o. !♦. Detroit 15, I«: Kan. C"y «, ». Milwaukee 111. ("rami R'.l* 5. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. "Minneapolis 135 S» 4t* .659 Indianapolis 130 76 54 .385 Detroit 139 80 59 .576 St. l'.uil 135 74 61 .548 Kansas City lSii 69 66 .511 Hltwanfcee 140 62 78 .443 Columbus 139 51 88 .367 Grand RapMi 139 45 !H .324 CAM US SCHKDCLED FOR TODAY. S^t. Paid at Indianapolis. Minneapolis at Columbus. "Special tn the Globe INMAXAPOLI-y Ind.. Sept. 22.— The "A 1 m« siit*s walked away with a grame today, that ther*"* was no earthly ex cuee for Indianapolis losing-. The ag gregation laid down worse than any team <»f quitters ever seen on a ball ll< Id. Cross ...

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. — 23 September 1896

6 LAPD RATES GO UP| ! FLOIR RATES TO NEW YORK 2B CENTS AFTER OCTOBER tm NPW GREAT LAKES ROUTE MAKES A CIT IN GENERAL FREIGHTS FROM BUFFALO, HOWEVER, IT MAY MIX THINGS IP AGAIN, j * _ — At Leant I ntil ihe Clone of the 1890 SvitHun for Lake Naviga tion. The primary object of the cut in flour rate* to the seaboard, as made by the j Sou last week, was to bring the real Bit-nation before the Western Freight association and to compel an investiga tion. If possible. The object was sue- j cessfully gained yesterday, for Chair- ; man Midgley held a session ln the city, ! which not only resulted in a complete- Investigation, but a restoration of rates ! commencing Oct. 12. Upon that day, j under certain conditions, the rates will j be advanced from 22ft to 25 cents on j lb ur and millstuffs from Minneapolis j to New York, both for domestic and foreign trade. The meeting was a short one, not oc cupying over an hour and a half, but it was proline of considerable interest ing discussion. There ...

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. — 23 September 1896

WALES' GLAD HAND BlVßal TO 1"I1K RUSSIA!* Rt LKR OX His ARRIVAL IS ENG LAND. PEOPLE OF LEITH ALL OUT. "Ml •"••.TIM.' «*».' IfaV ROYAL HKI.V- j rtvtss wnffaOBSBD ny a i nimti UaHEKS. I*)' l.< VI llOft* OP ALL KINDS TVKI'N N«» « -haste* CUven to Any OutMldvr to i Come Near the Person of the Cwr. LEITH, Scotland. Sept. 22— The Rus himii yachts Standard and Pole Star were sighted at the entrance of the Firth of Forth at 10:30 this morning, and the news was immediately tele graphed to the prince of Wales, who \ was in charge of the arrangements for the inception of the czar and czarina, and who will accompany the Russian visitors to Balmoral. The prince of Wales, the duke of tVunaught, M. De Staal, the Russian ambassador to the court of St. James, Lord Rosebery and a number of high military officers arrived at the jetty from Dalmeny at 11 o'clock, and were received by an escort of the Ennis kJllen Dragoons. Rain was falling heavily, and the sky and general sur roundings were most forb...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 23 September 1896

ITS FIGURES STAND RAMSEY COUNTY VALUATIONS ARK CONFIRMED BY THE STATE BOARD. TRIBUTE TO REAPPRAISERS THAT -WILL lIECEIVE THE FAVOR OF AIX LOCAL PAYERS OF TAXES. MINNEAPOLIS IS LAID OVER, That City and Dulnth, With Tele phone and TeieKraph Asaess mentN, Sot Yet Adjusted. It was a well rewarded delegation of citizens and taxpayers of 'U Paul that came swa .• from the meeting of the state board of equalii:~--"«'ii ycs**erJay afternoon, after hed-iins; "he decision of the board to leave the assessed val uation of St. Paul where it was return ed by the city board assessor. lt was a high tribute to the work of the men who participated 'n the re cent revaluation of St. "au' realty to adjust to exist i is? conditions the valua tions that had their origin during the heyday of bono year*. The committee appointed by the chamber of coimn .*ne Monday, consist ing of A. H. Linden Oen. John B. Sanborn and >V. P. Murray, was ac companied by Assevsso" S :ng i-ml they detailed the work of revaluat...

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. — 24 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 268. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. / THI'HSDAY, SEPT. 24. Weather for Today— Local Shower*; Cooler. PAGE 1. The Day With McKinley. Sherman Refutes Silver Statement*. North DaWota'M Financial Muss. sVew« of the Xorthvre»t. Lead vile Minpra Making Threats. I'AliK 2. Lively Tinien Over the l.noji. t'rooeedlngii of the Council. PAGES S. MinneapoliM Matters. Mieimrtl Jury Disagree*. Japan See* Ominous Signs in China. Millwnter Xews. I- ACE 4. Editorial. PAGE ». I'.iml of the Western League Season. Hooalers Twice Defeat Saints. Millers Donned by Buckeyes. Free Prest* Cup Series liegins Today. Twin City Batting Averages. Japan Sees Omnlous Signs in China. PAGB U. News of the Hallways. Mocks and itonds in Demand. PAGU 7. St. Louis Bankers' Convention. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Silver Folk Fuse. G. A. R. Honors for Li Hung. Algcr Talks at La Crosse. Bryan's Big Brooklyn Meetings. KVEXTS TODAY. Metropolitan— As You Like It, 8.15. Grand— Midnight Bell, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF ...

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. — 24 September 1896

\l I.Ot -\l. NEWS XOTES. .1. K. Taylor, the traveling m»n who was hint in <t runaway accident Monday night on Ww seventh street, is recovering. .Owners of, valuable dogs are being seriously l>es.u liy thieves, a cumber of them having li^en stolen recently. Ob« of these was a flnf St. Kernaxd puppy. jCMef i.f Police (Joss, Chief of Detectives Schweitzer and Carl Judson visited the state I>?Uoi!. :ii Stlilwater, yesterday, and took dinner with the officials of that Institution. «:. UVuluian. of 194 East Third street, re- j ported to (he police yesterday that his bicycle i had been stolen from 506 St. Peter street, i and F. Q. Carlson also complained that his wheel liad been taken away from 607 Jackson ■treel The i lanuissioner of public works decided yesterday to submit a favorable report on ■ t!ie preliminary order for boulevnrdtng, sod- j ding and narrowing the roadway of Iglehart | Mivet. from Cleveland avenue to Wheeler j a\euue, ;t distance of about half « mile. Slfcttea...

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. — 24 September 1896

JSLnggTH£Rsj_ ALLEN'B LliO BALSAM CUBES COtfGHS, CROUP AND WSiOOPINC COUCH AND ALL AND LUNG DISEASES KEEP »T m THE HOUSE An<* You will Soon Learn its Worth. Contains Nd Opium in Any Form. .«.. 8.-Uffgists, V6c.,&Oc.,an<t $I.oOaßoltla, MINNEAPOLIS. U» KICK 2U jUI -rtl KUlit'lti SI.ItKT. MINNEAPOLIS ULOBI LES. At the Bijou opera house "Charley's Aunt" Is a popular farce, and the indications for the remainder of the week are excellent. The bond of R. H. Waterman, as assignee of F. H. Brown, has been fi:ed in the sum ,of $3,000. John K. Cameron and Judson C. Biggins acting a? securities. The funeral of Thomas T. Cortis. who com mitted suicide Sunday, took place at Lake wood yesterday afternoon from Anderson & Moe"s undertaking establishment. The new North Side High school building will be ready for occupancy Monday, and all scholars who are to attend school ln the building are requested to report Monday at the usual hour. Notwithstanding the fact that "A Midnight Bell" is ...

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