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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 27 September 1896

2O PLAYS AJID PLfIYERS "THE KNSIGN," AT THE GRAND, THE SOLE ATTRACTION THIS WOK. DARK AT THE METROPOLITAN. PHENOMENAL SUCCESS ATTENDING THE orkNINU OF THE SSAS4MI IN LARGER CITIES. ATTRACTIONS SOON TO BE HERE. Women Go Out Between the Acts in New York Theaters — Gossip of the Stage. "The Ensign," William Haworth's naval dran.a, will be the attraction at the Grand this week, beginning tonight. The scenes of the drama are laid on lx>ard an American man-o'-war, and the story is largely founded on an his torical event — the Mason-Slidell epi sode of 1861, which almost involved this country in war with Great Britain. The plot of "The Ensign" is simple. Lieuts. Allen and Blythe, of H. M. S. Warrior, stationed at Havana, were confidentially instructed by the Eng lish government to prevent Capt. "Wilkes Crem capturing Mason and Sli delL Tc effect this, a plan was devised to detain the United States man-o' war. Lieut. Blythe took the. nearest method and attacked the reputation of an Ameri...

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. — 28 September 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 272. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLO3E. MONDAY, SEPT. 28. Weather for Today — Fair; Wariuc PAGE 1. Political Outlook In the State. Hoi yoke Seminary Burned. Second Outbreak at Leadvllle. Train Hold-lp in IVnnsjivunia, PAGK 2. Power* Given Grain Tables. Bishop Wiirrcn'ii Sermon. Local XcYva of a Quiet Sunday. Attempted Suicide in a Cell. PAGK 3. Minneapolis Matters. Hawthorne's Daughters* Trouble* News of Stlllwnter. PAOJC 4. Editorial. Bryan's Sunday at Bath. Bnsy Times Ahead for McKinley. Palmer Hopeful of True Democracy PAGE r.. Foutliull Tennis Sized I |). National Leagrue Season Ends. Fran* Josef Opens the Iron Gate. Blacks Pert nli in Liberia. PAGE O. The Household. Yngrrunt Verne. Markets of the World. PAGK 7. Henry Clews' Financial Review. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Mortals Bniid a Heaven. Queer Causes for Suicide. America's Lourdes. EVENTS TODAY. Grand— Ensign, 8.15. Polling: Places— Dem. Primaries, 8.30 St. Peter's Epis. Ch.— Banquet, 7.30. MOVEMENTS OP STEA...

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. — 28 September 1896

a Sfl INT P'e UL^ LOCAL NEWS NOTES. A/.i-reth services and sermon* will be held «i the Temple, at 7:30 this evtn.iig and 9:30 tomorrow morning. Rev. Q. H. Shinn, general missionary of the I'niversalist church, desires to meet the (Tntrerttlteta of the city at Central Block, Sixth and Seventh streets, this evening. William W. Chappie, of Goff avenue, has j , tomposoj a piece of music, as a G. A. R. souvenir, entitled. "We Meet Again. But ; _Not In Battle." Tne introduction Is a bugl. 1 , <all. and the piece is writtn in march time. : li- wroip ihc wurda also. SI \I)AV AT I'lIE HOTKLS. c. •'. Hellner, of Chicago, is at the As toria. 11. P. Jones, of Still water, is a guest at the Merchants'. c. B. liuckmaa, of Little Falls, is at the Men hants'. H. It. Thompson, of Fort Worth, Tex., is j at the Ryan. Geopxe Fanning, of West Superior, is at j the Windsor. 11. Ucwit, of Superior, Wis., is registered ! a' the Ryan. I A H. Berg, of St. Louis, Mo., 1b a at the Windsor. 1.. Tattle, of Fa...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. oi t-'icfa: xw juiTti niunu BT*tViCT. • MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Mrs. Lulu Hall, of Sheffield, la., Is visit ing- friends in the city. Rev. J. Higgins of St. Peter's A. M. E. church has returned* from conference. Bishop B. W. Arnett, a prominent Afro- Amerieait, is •expected in the city about Oct. 15. Grocers of the North side have signed an agreement to. close their places of business at 7:30 o'clock each evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hrayon. of Chicago, parents of Mrs. George F. Holt, are Bpend ing a few weeks with friends in the city. The Epworth League of Forest Heights M. E. Church will give a social at the parson age. 2020 James avenue, Wednesday evening. The congregation of Forest Heights M. B. church has unanimously requested the re turn of Rev. Mr. Clemens for the third year. George Warner, associated with Rev. W. M. I'pcraft in missionary work in Western China, spoke at the Fourth Baptist church yesterday. A mission festival was held last evening at Zion Norwegian ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

4 THE PflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED TVERY~~DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, VOH. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPKR OF ST. PAITL. Address all letters aad telegrams to TIUB GMJHE. St. Paul, Minn. EVSTKKN' ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMW.B COWRY BUILDING. NEW ~VO ft IC *V iVSHINGTON BUIIEAU, 140G F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept »n hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. l':i> ntit<- tik Advance. Dm II; and SunHnj, per Month .5O Dally and Suada). Six Moatlui - f2.75 lial!} aud Sunday, One Y«»r - fS.OO Unity Only, p#r Month .40 Dully OuJy, Six Month* ---- $2.25 Daily Onlj, One Y«-ar $4.00 kitixliiy Only, tint" Vcnr - $1.50 IVofkly. One Year $1.00 TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.- Forecast for Min nesota. Wisconsin and Iowa: Fair; warmer: Increasing smith westerly winds. Kor Nebraska: Fair, warmer; southerly to V'sterlv winds. For the Dakotas Fair; warmer; south v stoilv winds. For Montana Fair; westerly winds. OKKSRAIj OBSERVATION'S. United States Department of...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

SKHJ-PH IS STROfIG i:\tkhs thk fifxd this fall with ram chaxck of srccKJiss. OLD MEN ARE IN LINE AGAIN, WITH SOMK PROMISING ADDITION'S AMOXG THK HI SKY KIIKSH ME\, <vi:sti-:h\ teams compared. »i I<> hi km ii Will Again He v Formld- j jilili- Competitor— Badger* We aliened. The football season for 1896 among ; the Western collegv teams promises to be far more satisfactory than any of ret-ent >vars. From the present outlook no suspicion of professionalism • an at turn to any of the elevens now iii the field, and in othe* ways the contest for supremacy will have added Interest Of the chances for the Minne sota team Capt. Harrison says: "fruspects were never brighter at the rniverslty of Minnesota for a win ning football team. There are more candidates and more enthusiasm than evest before and Indications point to a successful eleven. The coaching of the twin is under the supervision of A. N. Jen-ems, the welt-known Yale player, and l.eary and Van (.\impen, two Min nesota ve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

o 5 THE HOUSEHOLD I GOOD THINGS IN CATSUPS. Directions for Making Appetixln Sauces Out of Fruits ami Vege tables. The season for one fruit or vegetable follows that of another with such ra pidity during the latter part of sum mer that unless the provideift house wlfe is vigilant the particular vege table which she may have thought of preserving will be past its prime be fore she knows it. It is said that the mode of making vegetables into catsups was discovered through the accidental using of the wrong condiment. A manufacturer of sweet preserves allowed a new attend ant to season a large kettle of tomato preserve, and returned to see if the compound had been cooked sufficient ly. Upon tasting the mixture he found that it was not as it should be and in a grievous tone exclaimed: "The cat's ud." The ket'.le was put to one side, and when its contents were tasted again to see what was wrong the mixture was found to be toothsome and good on meats. So it was readily called cats-up. Sauce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

TRADE IS OUH WBY t'OXOITIOKS WHICH BUSI\ESS MEN FAIL. TO Xl 1.1 \ KKAI -12. E. EXPORTS EXCEL IMPORTS BY OVER A HIM)»E1) MILLION IMH.I.ARS iron EIGHT MONTHS OF IKJ>«. It K\SO\ FOR GOLD COMING IX. t£tiro|»e Holding; on to Oar Securi ties ami Settdins < unli in Set tlement. NEW YORK. Sept. 27.— 1n his week ly review of the financial conditions, Henry Clews says: The course of affairs at the Btock Exchange, for the past week, has been devoid of any special features of interest. Confi dence in a conservative result of the November election still continues to atrengthen, and the success of the Bound money cause has become vir tually a foregone conclusion. Still, the composition and temper of the mar ket are not such as to produce any Immediate speculative "boom." In vestors are induced to employ their funds temporarily, under the present high rates of interest in the open mar ket, until money becomes easier and prices show a stronger upsvard ten dency; when that source of demand may...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 28 September 1896

8 I MORTfIUS BUILD fl HtfIVEN. 1 « m w^-wwww====-~-== ::: sss==^======^ =IgWWWWMtg TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 24.— Cyrus R. Teed, renowned as "Korean," the man who claims to be Christ reincarnated, 1« now a resident of Lee county, In the eouthwestern part of Florida, near the Florida Keys. There he has started a •heaven" in what is an almost un broken wilderness, and there his faith ful band of followers are laboring to create a modern Garden of Eden. Teed Is a remarkable man. He wad first heard of in Chicago ten years ago, When he rrnted a building on Cottage Grove avenue, near Thirty-second, and began preaching his "Koreshan lly." Koresh is Greek for Cyrus, the fust name of this man Teed, who gain ed more notoriety in Chicago than he wanted. His place on Cottage Grove avenue becoming too small, as well as too expensive, he moved into a select neighborhood on Wright street, near P;xty-ninth, In Englewood. There the neighbors proposed to do him and his bodily harm if he did not more, so he ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

VOL. XlX.— i\O. 273. BULLETIN OF THE BT. PflrUL GLO3E. TUESDAY, SEPT. 20. Weather for Todny— Fair and Warmer, PAGE t. Ex-Secretary Whitney to Wed. Big Strike on the C. P. R. Disaster by Fire at Plato, Minn. News of the North-west. Results of Democratic Primaries. PACK 3. Democratic Primaries, Continued. K»ch Breaks Jail at Ean Claire. Plucky Dakota Girl's Rise. PACK S. Minneapolis Mutters. C. T. I. Women Meet. News of Stillvcuter. PAUfS 4. Editorial. Porter Succeeds Thacher. PAGE ft. More Wheel Records Cut. Millers and Hooslers Today. FinlajHon With Skl-u-Mah. Bryan Back In New York. Carnegie Hall Sound Money Meeting 1 . PAGE ft. Cut in Coal Freight Rates. Railway Gossip, Bar Silver 65 G-Sc. Cash Wheat In Chicago 07 l-4c. Stocks Weak and Declining. PAGE T. Political News of the State. Bryan to Speak at Huron. Wants of the People. PAGE 9. News of the Courts. Ore Output Falling Off. Social News of the Day. EVENTS TODAY. Grand— The Ensign, 2.30; 8.15. Market Hall— Democratic Con., 10.3...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

•2 man. Leonard SehlecTv; Thirteenth. J. 11. Jansen. Malhew Mug ens, Fourteenth, G. O. Kettleton. M. Melvin. Sixth Waio-i tra prtcinct. W. O'Keefe, R. Stanton; Second, J. i:. Bt-11, H. Burg; Thira. >J. Ouion, W. Kaunan; j jurth, J. McDon ough. M. Horowitz; li.th, : . Lehman; Sixth, J. Bohrpr. 1). W. Li).> : Seveaia, M. J. Mo riarity. J. McCarthy; EigJ-Ji T. Terintn, Cyrus (iitieut; NuiLh. ;>. P, Alciady, U. .Sa vard: Tcn.h L. frafeey, J. P. Angel; i£le\entn, j Herman * r;uikot. G. 11. Vv'e.iS; Twelfth.] W. .!. Mi-Andriws; Thirteenth, K. W. bard, J. .1. Hartley. Seventh wart— First rreelnct, John L. T.iwn'.oy, George C. Lambort; Second, James Kin?. W. V. Murray; Third, Thumas D. O'Br.en; Fourth, O. D. O'Urien, James A. Mead; Fifth. j,i..a M. Lynch, Huaiuiirey Barton; Six;h, John Cl.-v ., George Allen; Sev.nth. T. It. Kane. M. J. O'l-onnur; Eighth, J. 1. I-aricy; N.ii.ii, O. 11. ;O Ne.U. Eighth Ward— * irst preenfel, K. J. Haz zani. Michael Lux; St. -and, James Brady, Ji.. Ha...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

4 ... \i Hi c °nf^ -^^M^ Lva.,% vBUYTHE GENUINE-MAN'F'D BYTHE MINNEAPOLIS. lit KICK ZW jUITH HllllTH Sl.tt.UT. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. The application to remove Ingebrit Oien as assignee of the Riverside (nothing com pany and to appoint August Eckman in his Btead has been denied. Charles Gardiner was fined $75 or eighty days by Judge Kerr yesterday morning, alter being found guilty of stealing a diamond ring from Mnry White. Sneak thieies entered the residence of E. T. Van Gordon, 609 Ninth street south, 'Sun day afternoon, and stole two watches, sev eral chains, $60 In cash and a pair of brace lets. The body of the man found at "Washburn and Fourteenth avenues north last Friday, has not yet been identified. A photograph of the remains was taken and the body was buried at the expense of the county yesterday afternoon. Louis Poses, David Hoffman and Louis Has kell were sent to the state training school yesterday morning by Judge Kerr. The three boys are of tender years and they were ar...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

4 THE BflliY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVQtY DAY AT NRWSPAPKR IIOW, 4 OK. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. IIKKKIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. Addross aM letters and telegrams to THE G1..08E, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Coapteta files of the Globe always kept tin hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. ■telly anil Sunday, per Month .SO I>hll> nud Sunday, Six Months - $2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month .40 Dally Only, Six Month* #2.25 Dally Only, One Year - - #4.00 Sniultty Only, One Tear ----- #1.50 ■\%«M-kl>, One Yenr #1.00 —m ! TODVVS WBATBKk, WASHINGTON, Be#t 2S. -Forecast for Tuesday: Minnesota and Wis • >nsi i— Geaer «ll- fair and warmer; frrsh t.j brUk soutl *esterly winds. isouth Dakota- Fair ar. 1 mnner; smith- j westerly winds. North Dakota. Fair, sligatly cooler; wca erly winds. Mci-H.na— Flair, follow.nl hy local -alns in northern portion; coaler...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

• t to many persons who have been paying tailors' prices for custom-made suits to find upon visiting our store that our suits and overcoats are as handsomely made, as fashionable in cut, as elegant in trimmings, and as fine in materials. We guarantee them in every particular, and save you many dollars into the bargain. Indeed, our patterns are as nearly "exclusive" as the tailors' patterns are, for no one else has them and we do not make up too many of a kind. One may retrench in his expenses for clothing here without any loss of style. BROWNING. KING & @. SEVENTH AND ROBERT STS. WHEEL RECORDS GUT TWO \i:\V MARKS HIVG IP BY THK (RACKS AT TREK TOX. The fastest five miles i:\Klt MVDK OIV AW TRACK TJ KVKI) OFF BY -JIMMY*' MICHAEL. ft III.M HK('ORI) FOR SIXOI.E MILE C'n< Dtwa >>> John B. Jolinnon, Who Crossed the Tape in 1.47 Flat. TRENTON. N. J., Sept. 28.— The na tional circuit meet of the L. A. W. opened at the annual interstate fair at this place today, and as a resu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

6 CUT Ofl ANTHRACITE FREIGHTS ARE REDUCED BY TUB MILWAUKEE ROAD TO fI.OO PER TON. WFSTERN WILL MEET TODAY TO ENDEAVOR TO PATCH UP THE DIFFERENCE CREATED BY THE CLT. CMON LEAGUE AGREEMENT. Chairman Mideley Seems to Have Gotten a Little Light on a Dark Subjeot. A cut of 60 cents was made in the hard coal rates, Chicago to St. Paul, j by the Milwaukee yesterday, making i the rate $1.90 per ton, car loads. This ' action of the Milwaukee was taken to meet the competition of the Omaha and other lines which last Saturady established a rate of $2 from the head of the lakes to Sioux City and Sioux Falls. The cut of the Milwaukee will force the other lines to do likewise, although they frankly state that it will be a losing business. Nearly all of the other Ohkago-St. Paul lines etate that the rate will be met. Hard ■ coal rates all over the West have been , cut within the past few clays. The sit uation is very interesting. Many of the big coal companies having agen- | cles in Chicago who wil...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

WEAK Ofl FUSION ULYERITES COULDN'T AGREE ON A DIVISION OF THE SPOILS IK AITKIN OOINTI. BREAK ALREADY IN SIGHT. VHRBE CANDIDATES FOR THE OF FICE OF SHERIFF AUE PLACED IN NOMINATION. Ml KOMTKS WILL HEAR BRYAN. From That Point He Will Come to St. Paul — Nelson at Ynnk> ton. Bperial to the Globe. AITKIN, Minn., Sept. 2S.— The Dem ocratic county convention held here this afternoon appointed a committee of three to meet a like committee of the Populist and free silver parties and agree upou a full county ticket for the coming elections. The three committees agreed upon a full ticket excepting sheriff, which was left for each party to act separately upon. The ticket as made up is as follows: A. L. Wilber, Democrat, for auditor; J. Me lin. free silver, treasurer; J. Holden, Populist, register; J. Swedborg, free silver, judge of probate; C. Taylor, Populist, superintendent of schools; J. Hennessy, Democrat, coroner; J. Mc- Donald, Democrat, county commission er. First district; O. G. Pete...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 29 September 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Power. — Latest U. & Gort Report P|rjVfcJ Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE OflE LAWYER'S MICK HE WllfS A CASE BEFORE THE SIPKEME COURT OF THE STATE, BUT THE COURT SCORES HIM FOR HIS DISRESPECTFUL TREAT MF.VI' OK THE (OIRT IN ERROR mow. MILWAUKEE'S LEVEE CLAIM. It In Remiindcd to the District Court for a More Thorough Inquiry of Fact*. Justice Mitchell, of the supreme court, yesterday filed with the clerk two decisions, one of which was severe in its rebuke of one of the attorneys in the case at bar, who, in his brief, spoke of the trial court, Judge Kelly, of St. Paul, with positive disrespect. The case in question was that of John B. Wood against the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway company, to recover for personal In juries arising out of the breaking in two of a freight train and the subse quent collision between the detached parts. On the trial in the lower court the plaintiff was represented by Messrs Butts & Jaques, and the defenda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 September 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE. \ uL. — NO. 274. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. "WEDNESDAY, SEPT. SO, ISIMJ. U t-atbtr for Today — Fair and Warmer PAGE 1. Flrat DUtrtct Politico* Ontlook. The I'irltnii lv the L'unnlU-i. Kunioiilso \nuie a Ticket. PAGH 2. Work of Populist Convention. PAGE B. AY. C. T. I. State Convention. Grorral \ewa uf MluneapolU. Armenian Refugees Shut Oat. The Canadian Pacific Strike. . PAOI3 4. Editorial. Palmer May Come to St. Paul. PAGE ft. Miuneupoltn Defeats Indianapolis. Free Press Cap Series a Tie. Bryan Speaks in New York. Damp on MeKlnley'w liawu, Six Mexican Tonni Hlu«n Away. PAGE O. A Railrond'n Farm Prizes. Bar Silver 4>5 r.-s.-. Cnsh Wheat in Chicago CS 7-Sc. Stocks Close With Gains. page: t. The Rish A. Gray Case Closed. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Wedding: Anniversary. New Boats for the River. Christians on Mayor Doran'i Trail. Mr. lunnc's Libel Salt. Nearly a Tragedy at the Grand. EVE.\TS TODAY. Grand— The Ensign, 8.15. Wright Field, Mpls.— Base Ball...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 September 1896

15 Eeng favoring the same public measures to co-operate so far sis possible, and Whereas, The citizens of Ramsey couuty who.lavor the free coinage of stiver desire unity of action in local, as well as in state and national affairs, and Whereas. Supporters of the free silver cause formerly connected with the Republican party hare requested this convention to unite with them with all friends of that cause; Resolved. That we favor such union and assure cur Republican and Democratic free silver allies that the People's party will fairly and freely join with all friends of free coin age in the present local campaign, and fur ther ' Resolved. That we desirp and await the ac tion by the Democratic party of this county looking to such union of the silver forces of this contest. — W. H. Sigler, Chairman. — J. C. Stuhlman, Secretary. The communication from the Repub licans was as follows: To the Democratic Couuty Convention of Kamsey County: The silver Republicans of Ramsey county desire a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 30 September 1896

SPECIAL | / -{^ /\ £J L_I?LI£!HLJ C'r L-7 !*• i^ ■LTir d*J PA Will buy a g-ood Beaver Jacket, same style ±1 s^vLP w4«t)U as the cvt * The re *f ular P>*'ce is &/^j®£ifE^ft HC For our regular $5.00 Melton and Beaver Bwfnrer^L^W lyOtlt) Capes, neatly trimmed with fur full *&s?>w ' | s_l''*^ sweep and storm collar. d»Z J"A A dressy Double Cape, full length and JfV&F SqL ttfOj tJu sweep, made of fine kersey, tailor fin ./ r £ft-&*aS& v v ished. Regular $8.00 quality. Exclusive styles in Capes and Jackets at prices from $3.00 to $30.00. "Plymouth Corner," Seventh and Robert. MINNEAPOLIS. UCVICK 21* jOI 111 KULKTU Sl.ll.Ei. JWfIIiESOTA W.G.T.U. THREE 111 Million WEAREKS OF THE WHITE RIBBON ARE IN SESSION. IN FAVOR OF MANY REFORMS. A MMIIKR OP NATIONAL. WORKERS OF PROMINENCE ARE PRES ENT. MISS IDA CLOTHIER TALKS. The Proposed Amendment to Abol li*h Dint rlctk— General New* of Mill nen polls. Wesley church was gaily decorated in yellow and white, the national color...

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