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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 24 September 1896

4 THE fKHLY GLOBE V PUBLISHED P'PSY DAY AT KEWJSPAPKU HOW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OKFHUI, PAI'KR OF ST. l'Al'l.. Address ad letters and telegrami to THE QLOHE. St. Paul. Minn EASTERN ADVERTISING OKFICB. ROOM 4M, TEAIPLB COUUT UCILDINQ, NEW YtmK. WASHINGTON BUKKAU. 1405 F ST N. W. Complete flies of the Globe aluar* kept on Imnd for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Pftyabls In Advance. lUUIy and Sunday, per Month .SO Ualir and .Sunday, Six Month™ - $2.7.1 Unity and Sunday, One Year - *S.OO Dally Only, per Mouth -- - - .4O Dally Only, Six Months --- - S 2.2S Dally Only, One Year f4.00 Sunday Ouly, One Year —- - ■1.50 Weekly. One Year »1.00 j TODAY'S WKATHKH. WASHINGTON, Bept. 23.— Forecast for Ttuir.sila> : .Minnesota — lnvrea*inK cloudiness; l>robahl.v local Bsewsn Thursday afternoon or night: southerly wind*, shifting to west erly; covlcr Thun-daj night. Wisconsin- -Generally fair an.l warmer dur ing the Jay; brisk to high southerly winds. The Dakota*— lncreasing; cloudin...

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. — 24 September 1896

EPS THE SERSOfI GAMKS VKSTBHDAV WIND IP THE *. KXK'S WORK FOR TWE WKSTERN I.KAOVI:. HOOSIERS BEAT SAINTS TWICE, WHIIK TIIR BK-KEVKS TAKE AX OTIItK SLICE OKI' THE MILL. •■IRS* PEROEVTMiE. f'Ki:i: HMUi cvr UMttBS \KVT. ll»»»irr» and Mill, r- Will Play the l'lrsl (.jimc Todny — Staud luit of the <"lul»s. Tn.lln tti«|. ( »H.M 12, 14. SI. Paul 1. 7. < oliimltus t». Miunen polls 7. Played. Won. Lost. P. C. Min,uai;olis 13ti 89 47 .654 Indianapolis 13-_> tr 54 .591 DetroH 13U SO s!> .576 Si. I'aul 137 74 63 .549 Kansas City 13.'. H3 tiO .511 Milwaukee no t» 78 .443 Columbus J4'> S3 ss .371 r.raml Rapide t?» 45 94 .324 'Hie MlowiM table gives in detail the o:i!!'.HiiK «-f each club at the ck;se of the -ea |»n. showing from what cfelbs games have Uk a won and to what clubs lost: -g 2o» xg g 9 f J p to rf B a fi rf • f» ciAHS. v v : £.^wc W: » £ o • ■ O a n p . f* ~ • -» ™ * a • . !» *::<<;: g; : : : •--••'• ? • '. Minn, a[...li.- ..— • 15 12 VI "].". U 14 39 .654 Indtesa...

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. — 24 September 1896

6 BEackweil's Genuine BULL DURHAM You will find one coupon inside each 2 ounce bag and two coupons inside each 4 oiiLje bag. Buy a bag, read the coupon and see how to get your shure of §250,000 in presents. TO FEEDJ.GRftPfIUD S. L. MUOKK'S SCHEME TO HE. LIKVE THE (iI.LTTED MARKET FOR HOKSES. SELL THEM AFTER PICKLING IF EI'ROPE CAN HE IXDITED TO OPBfl HER DOORS TO THE MEAT. FI.AX RATIOS I\ IOWA REtJION Will Be Conßidered by the Xorth lM-vicrn Freight Managem in ScMxion Here Today. The very unusual condition of the horse market and the discouraging surplus of horse flesh in the country has led General Freight Agent Moore, of the Northern Pacific to make a very interesting investigation of the state of affairs. The horse, as every one knows, has been driven out of busi ness by the marvelous strides of elec trical science, and the increased rail way and street car systems of trans portation. Horses are a drug on the market in America, although foreign countries have not as yet felt the ...

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. — 24 September 1896

"SHOP" AT ST. LOUIS SESSIONS OF AMERICAN DUKKRS' ASSOCIATION DEVOTED TO TEIHSICAL TAPERS. REPORT FROM MINNESOTA i l\< 1.1 URIJ A MOM; THOSK MADE BY I HIOrUESE'NTATIVK MK\ WHO WKIIK l»Rl<>'K\T. All, I'K(HKHI»IN(;S liAKMOMOI S. Mo iV<-liii X*K * Stirred l|i 1»> the Vu- j rioiiN I'upt-rn Which Were Inder DiNVUKHIon, ST. LOUIS, Sept. 23.— President Pull- I on was prompt In calling the second day's ar.— iii« of the American Bank- ! crs' association convention to order to day. Imt only half the delegates were \ in their seats when " Archbishop J. J. Kain made the opening- prayer. They began dropping in after 10:30 o'clock, and an hour before noon, the parquette was well filled. The first hour of business was the calling of the roll of states for reports of the condition of the banking busi iu ss in various localities. S. H. Har- ! rer, of Helena, Ark., reported money ' conditions in his state better since the cotton crop began moving. He depre cated the extent of free silve...

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. — 24 September 1896

8 h Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report AB&O&VJTE&V PURE SILVER FOLK FUSE REPIBMCA^S MAKE OVKRTI'REB TO THE POPS I\ THEIR COUNTY CO-WKNTIOX. THEY MEET WITH FAVOR, TOO. THE CONVENTION ADJOVRXS, HOW. EVER, UNTIL AFTER THE DEM OCRA.TS HA\E ACTED. JOHN A. KEYES AND OTHERS IHUH the Convention On the Slum-y Question— DioU Walsh Itids (or a Jmlgeshim As usual the county Populists had a squabble. They met in adjourned ses sion last night and decided to adjourn until Sept. 29, at 10 a. m., at which time the Democratic county conven tion will be in session. This was not accomplished, however, without dissension. M. R. Prender gast wanted to adjourn until Sept. 30, so that the Populists might not be un duly influenced by the Democrats, and because he couldn't have his way, and because he was sat upon in a manner most irritating by one faction of the convention, he resigned as chairman of the committee and refused to recon sider his determination in spite ...

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. — 25 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 269. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. Weather for Today— Local ShoTrerM; Cooler. PAGE 1. Tariff the Suhjcct nt Canton. Uvntry l.nnori* the Pacing: Record. War llcrocn Talk In Diilntli. PAGE 2. Republican I'rtmaries. Hit Auditorium Meeting Tonight. PAGE 3. SI i v iieii]>ollM >lnttera. Vide Boy* Too Noisy (or Bryan, PACilfi 4. IMiturinl. PAGE 5. llotislcrs Win the Firwt Cop Game. 'I'ißcrs Defeat the Reds. (■liidstiincV Voice for Pence. Fifty Mile C>ole Record Broken. PAGE O. Freijxlit Agreement Broken. liar Silver <>."i ."i-Sc. (ash Wheat In Chicago 64} c. Outside™ Psilthlinsr in .Stocks. page: t. llaukerN View St. I.oui*. Wants of the People. PAGE 9. (' liUilm Score* a I) ninth Company. Mill City Valuations Stand. Xcvr Dnlnth Hnilnay. EVENTS TODAY. Met.— Romeo and Jniiet. 5.15. Grand— Midnight Bell, 8.15. Auditorium — Algrer Meeting, 8.15. Market Hall— Rep. Convention, 10. STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS. NEW YORK— Arrived: Germanic, from Liverpoo...

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. — 25 September 1896

2 SfllNT PfIUL. LOCAL SKWS NOTES. The liack and cab drivers' union will hold a tperid meeting at Assembly hall at S «"<•;. ufc this evening. Denton J. Snider will lecture at the central h«gli mhoal Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock under the auspices of the St. Paul Teachers' ■Mottettea. Ttic .Northwestern Mutual Relief associa tion of Madison. Wis.. was admitted to do business in Minnesota by Acting Insurance Cuiiiiiiissioiier Lightbcurn yesterday. Rasmus Hanson has reported to the police thai his horse and buggy were stolen Tues te) evening from the corner of Sixth and Wacouta streets, where he left the horse tied. A s.pci ial train left the union depot yester da\ linuning. bound for East Henderson, with a trainloud of clergymen, who will help Rev. Father Jensen, of East Henderson, to cele l»r-. * i « - his "silver jubilee." TIIK HI SV WORLD. 1. E. Goas, of Chicago, is at the Windsor. B. Klce, of Shakopee, is at the Windsor. <>. M. V.illcr, of Omaha, is at the Metropoli tu i....

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. Ufrfr'lCß 21» jtHTH KUIKTH STHKEtT MINNEAPOLIS GI.OBI LES. The jury in the $10,000 damage suit brought by Elsie M. Christian against the city was discharged yesterday afternoon, having failed to come to an agreement. tu. o *. Brennan - a young man residing at 601 lhird street north, was painfully injured Wednesday night at First avenue south and fourth street In a collision with a hack. Ho *as taken to his home In the patrol wagon. Lily Faulkner, a wayward lass of sixteen who ran away from the protecting Influence of the Rescue league, was arraigned in the police court on the charge of incorrigibility. Tie trial will take place today. The prospects are that the Associated char ities will have to take care of more poor peo ple this winter than ever bt-fore. An appeal is therefore made for old clothing. d.ess goods, groceries or anything that can pos sibly be used. The collection of art works presented by the artists of Norway to the Ole Bull Monument association are on t...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 September 1896

4 THE DRILY JftOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT \K\\SI'APER ROW, <-OH. KOIHTH *«» WISXESOTA STS. OrriCIAL Pil'KK OK ST. VXVV. Mtftwss a» tatti-r* »"<! telegrams to THE (iU)HE, St. Paul. Minn. WASHINGTON BUREAU. I*os F ST. N. W Complete files <;f the Hlobe always kept on hand fur reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In \dvanff. l)«ll> mill Saudity. P«"r Mouth .r>O j mill M»«i !*on«lu>. Six Month* - fS.7B j 1t H il> siiml Su»«la>. One \>ar-«X.OO; l>nll> Only. H«t Month -*O l»ntl> «Hilj. *»* Montlin JX3& I)nil> ttnl.i. Olir Year JM.OO .Siiudiij Oul>, <»n«- \«'nr $l-"»° a\<m-ui>. Ou«- Ifem* *l.«»o TODAY* WKATHKK. WASHINGTON, Sept. :: -I. -Forecast for Fri day Minnesota Local showers. cooler; northwesterly winds. Wis.v.asin increased cloudiness, probably followed l>y afcswera Friday afternoon or j niplii: brisk to high winds shifting to west erly; .-..(>!< r Friday night. The hakoliu^ -Tartly cloudy weather, witn local shower...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 September 1896

LRCHED Ifl NERVE Is m R UK < \ S K OF RATTLES MXKKKIt THK OI'KNI\« OF THE (1 I* SKHIES. ONE SCORED FOR HOOSIERS. •Itir.t DHI'KATKI) THK MII.I.KKS IX A VKHY Il\ Mill I'UVED GAJNE. » Tuii:ns nr.i-Kvr thk iikdv H«Hitilv«- \l.ilil> of the Tw Third Pla«'<> 'IViims ScHlcil nt Detroit. (Special to the Globe. lXl>i,\X,\roi,(S. fnd., Sept. 24.— In-' (liananolis captured the iirst same of the Detroit Kn <• Press cup series with. Mimnaiiniis in the presence of 'J.ii spectators. Prom the first t>> last the mm. st was t'ull <»f inn^'st and be lonsed t" <Mlnr team. OhAunct-y Fisher and !lar!cy Parker wore tho opporring pitchers. Roth we batted freely, Parker suffering 'he most ex trnsivoly. It was a game in \hirh 20 peT cent Beared. It was this 20 per cent that i-Hiis<-ii a norvoa^iie-^s to come over the players of each tsarg to such an extent, tiuu on occasions vhe b.i&e ball conld not have been handled v,;lh any greater success ui-1 it been a i"<a ball. A...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 September 1896

6 ROGK IShRfID OUT ■WITH ATCHISON IT HAS WITH DRAWN FROM THE WESTERN FREIGHT ASSOCIATION. TEN DAY NOTICE GIVEN. BAD FAITH ON THE PART OF THE OTHER ROADS CHARGED. PACKUCI HOI SE rRODICT RATE Cut by tlie Two Ronds to Meet Al leged Secret Schedules Already in Effect. CHICAGO, Sept. 24.— The Rock Is land and the Atchison roads today s> iit Commissioner Midgley, of the Western Freight association, notice of their intention to withdraw from the organization at the expiration of ten diivs. The Rock Island in giving the notice says that the chief feature of the association agreement that has ev< r been of any substantial benefit to its members is the one which re quires all lines, before making any re ductions in rates, other than those to meet outside competition, to present the proposed reductions for considera tion at the regular meeting of the as sociation, whereupon if they were not a< it-i1 upon favorably, the line desiring to make the reductions was required to give ten days...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 25 September 1896

DflY OF BARKERS' I>E\OTED TO PAPERS AND TO THE UI.KI'TION OF SEW OFFI CERS. DISCUSSION CALLED OFF. l)i:i.l'.(iVTKS DEVOTE THE AITKII. \OON TO A DUIVK AUOIT THE CITY. FRIST < OHI'.WY' SKCTIOX FORMED. it. »•. Davis, of Stlllwater, the Vlee I*r«-sUl«'i»t Who Was Cliost-ii to Hi' present Mianritota, BT. bQtriS, Sept. 24.— Promptly at 10 O'clock, President Pullen, of the Amer- : lean Hankers' association, rapped for | order! and presented Rev. Samuel J. | Xi. hols, D. D., who made the opening prayer. I'mler the head of unfinished busi ness, Mi. Joseph 0. Hendrix presented th«- following amendment to the by laws: Ki'solvcd. That the by-laws of this associa tion be Him lided by the addition of the fol lowing: \ spK-tinn of tho association, to be known as the section of trust companies, is hereby « siihlished. which shall meet annually in I ronnertion with the meeting of this assocla- ' tion. iai The scope of the section shall embrace i matters ot interest to the trust companies, ' in...

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. — 25 September 1896

8 fIOT EVEfI PRUDEfiT ATTORNEY GENERAL CHII.DS' CHARACTERIZATION OK D> UTH WATERWORKS MANAGERS. WOULD FORFEIT A CHARTER. HE FILES THE INFORMATION ASKED FOR I«Y CITY ATTORNEY BEN HAM. CAN NOT HEAR LAW POINTS, Hi- Saya, in tlie Fuee of Such a 'IVi-i-iiili- Mrnnce t« the Public Health. Duluth's water works case will go Into the supreme court at once. At torney General Childs has determined I that the charges made by City At- j terney Benham on behalf of the city of l>uluih, aiv sufficient to warrant him in bringing proceedings for the forfeiture of the charter of the com- i p::ny and in the statement accompany- i leg his decision, ho does not mince W( rds at all in speaking of the neglect ; of the officers <>f the company to prop- j erly care for the service they were , giving the community to which they I owe i heir franchise. After rehearing the application and : the grounds <>n which it is asked, he j ;-. ys: That the first ground is not supported strongly enough 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. — 26 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 270. BULLETIN OF TrtE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SATFRDAY, SEPT. 26. Weather for Today— Local Mioncr»i Cooler. PAGE t. tills Sound MoiM') Urniiinstriition, Republican County Ticket Xnmed. PAGR 2. State Political Gosnlit. PAGE 3. >r\V!« of MiimeapoliM. Palmer Speaks at Baltimore. ClaMlt in Bay State Convention. PAtiJS 4. Editorial. II r> it ii on IloHtoii Common. SlcKlnley Talktt to Worklngmen. PAGE R. Hooaiers "Win tlie Second (up Game. Results In the National League. Whitc-Dlxon FiK"t a Draw. PAGE O. Commercial Asenoj Reports. Stocks Steadily Rising. llm- Silver C 5 5-Be. Cash Wheat In Chicago Ott l-4c. PAGE T. Muddle Over Doctors' Tickets. AVaiits of the People. PAGE S. Xew* of the Courts. Board of Kquulizers Adjourn. EVEXTS TODAY. Met— Romola. 2.30. — Mikli A<lo About Noflilnjr. S.I 5. Grand— Midnight Bell, 2.30; 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK— Arrived: Weimar, from Bremen; Manitoba, from London; Norman nia, from Hamburg; Habana. from Havana; Banan, from Ki...

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. — 26 September 1896

2 candidate and tba.*o»-'fir— ftf the ma% chine yesterday was ahnoSV unlimited. The legislative candidates named are almost all untried in legislative halls, but there are some old friends who are always around when there's an office to be handed out. rw the: legislature. Ht-iiitlilicK.-iN, in Convention, Put I'm Ton Candida Icm. If ( ItMi. Moses E. Clapp had attended thi- Kepnblioar. county leei'lative con vent i'«n yesterday a whis~:erless speech : "f would have been lost to history. E. P. Wade, self-imposed guardian of the state, with headquarters in the gov ernor's office, nominated A. M. Wick wire, of the Fourth ward, for tempor ary chairman, and Dar Reese thought <Jen. Clapp was the right man for the place. Clapp was elected before the convention discovered he was not only absent from the hall but also not a <JelegaU>. Thereupon Mr. Wade, with hta pink boutonniere and skull cap, ■rose, and, waving his cigar at Fred tollman, county chairman, renewed his Allegiance to M...

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. — 26 September 1896

-XC>J^THIRSJ_ ALLEN'S CURES G&3Q&B, GROUP AND WMbOPING COUCH AND ALL -HR9AT AND LUNG DISEASES. m m? ST m THE HOUSE Anc* You Wl!l Soon Learn Hts Worth. Gnbfot Nc Opium in Any Form. -A. 2J.K:j&icts, ZSc., SOc.,and $I.OOa liolfls, MINNEAPOLIS «1* KICK KB iUiTU KUIHTU NTJUCBT. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. "Charley's Aunt" • continues to draw large Mtdieacea at the Bijou. This popular "sKif 1 - i ■ engagement tcinorrow night. This .it 1.90 the only remaining popular pi ii «1 matinee will be given. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jordan have issued Invitation* for the wedding of their daugh ti r, Miss Matilda Jordan, and Frank Barreti Rowley, to take place Wednesday, Oct. 7, at their residence on Eleventh street. Martin Morris, an old settler, died at the *p of 80, yesterday, at his residence, 2115 1 rnuont avenue north. The funeral will take i>'.ace this afternoon at S:3O o'clock. In terment will be at St. Mary's cemetery. Jns.'phine Kuhun, of Watertown, S. D., died Wednesday at the reside...

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. — 26 September 1896

* THE PgliY (ffOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY "DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, (OK. KOI'RTH AND MINNESOTA STS. ©*'**»< f Air **>!■»•* »•> ST. MHL Address air tetters an* telegrams to THB UEjOBB, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ABWERTIWWe OFFICE. ROOM W. TEMPLE OOCBT IWinniNO, NEW WASHINGTON BVUKAV. 1«5 F ST. N. W. Complete lite* of tha Globe always kept pn hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. rnjnlitr In *«lvHi»**e. Dally mid »»■*»», p«*r Wontk .5O Ball] nuil Sunday, Six Months - «2.78 D«ll> ami Sunday, One Year - f 5.00 Umll.v Only. »er' Month .40 Dully Only, *»■» ttontfca $2.25 i»nll> Only. On*- Vmr *4.0Q Siiu<i:i> Only. One Your $1.50 ■\\<m-Ul>. One SJI.OO TOUA V m "» X VFHRH. WASHINGTON, Saj*. -•'■• Forecast for Saturday: Mhmeeota— Partly rloudy: prob ably local showers in southern portion: north erly winds: coeltr in. southern portion. Wisconsin -Fair. probaUly rtvllowed by local *!i.'\vers in southern portion; fresh and brisk Borthwefcterlji winds; cooler. South l'aknta- S...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 September 1896

JACKETS j CAPES •6. '8, '10. '15. j. 5, W. 50. We will show several extraordi- <' tiarv bargains in Jackets for Sat- ]• At $5.00 we show a good Beaver urday. (' Double Cape, with full sweep and <[ storm collar. jot. « tth reefer front and storm col- > is oneof the best yalues s^ W u > in the Northwest. At |B and $10 we are showings £>% 2--J. - -A. Q.f\ f* t\ handsome Kouclo. Krieze, Beaver!' XITirTQ fll */ Sll and Melton Jackets, never equaled I Olill UUI A««JV/» in tins city. I J Another splendid Saturday bar- Onr Exclusive designs at $12.50, > gain is a tfood Storm Serge Skirt, US* $18 and $20 are the best in the <| in navy blue or black, at $2.50; the market. j, regular price is $4.00. Sec our Misses' Jackets and Children's Reefers. We show a splendid assortment of styles at popular prices. The jcrMouTHj Women's Dept., Second Floor. Plymouth Corner, 7th and Robert. OH, SUCH CtfAIUPS! ltVMv i:\llllliliON OF QIITTIXG in tub sk« o-vn of the cxv a \nus. WAS A TRA...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 September 1896

c r*v Durham is In a class by 1 tee If. You will find one £<jk | *— ' coupon inside each two ounce bag;, and two cou- t|B J pous inside each four ounce bug of \~i rJa ;■ j Isnuine Durham M I Buy fxbapof this celebrated tobaeooand read theconpon — J&jrjj W 1 whiohgivesiillstofvaluaL>lepresentsandhowtogetthem.^M| By TRADE LOOKP OP BRADSTHICET'S KEFLJBCT* AN IX OUGAsnra coxfidexck in east- ERN JOBBING CIRCLES. IMPROVEMENT PROSPECTIVE. GE.VERU- BISIXKSS REVIVAL IS MOT EXPECTED l/XTIL, AFTER THE ELECTION. FROM DOT A CO.'S POINT OF VIEW. Moderate and Yet Distinct Improve. ment In Seen In Orders tor Finished Products. NEW YORK, Sept. 25.— Bradstreet's tomorrow will Bay: In Eastern Job bing circles the feeling is one of in creasing confidence. There Is more do- Ing in some staple lines, noticeably at the East and at a few Southern cities. In moat other instances purchasers continue for immediate wants only. There is little expectation of a gen eral revival in business prior to ele...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 26 September 1896

JBEDICS 1 FJUK TOUg! scrra the northern pacific into A HOW WITH THE ASSOCIA TION. DOCTORS' TICKETS RAM OUT Wit ILK THEY WIM CM"WBI\"G MOl VIWINS AND SOAPING OKY HBM WKST. «l>Ti:in FREIGHTS SMASH-tIP. Devolution of the AttMoolution Seems to (Ohio Hourly Nearly i<i the Realization. The Northern Pacific raihrad has been i>huvd in a very unhappy pre ficament through the unsatisfied ara feitlon of the Western Passenger as- ' am iation. There are at present over 10" doctors and their wives roaming ■round the mountain tops at Yellow et'iir Park who will swear when they learn the particulars. Thtse doctors feame to the late convention of the . Mississippi Valley Medical association ami went west at the conclusion of the 1 Convention to the National Park on re- ! di.it il rates offered by the Northern ! la< ;ti<\ Each of tin; party was the ' holder of a special rate ticket from Southern and Eastern points, the time i »mt which has already expired. How ev-r. before the excursio...

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