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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 October 1896

DIVINES AT AflOP "NORTHERN MINNESOTA CONFER ENCE OF THE M. E. CHURCH IN SESSION. BISHOP WARREN TALKS. MANY CANDIDATES FOR ADMIS SION TO THE CONFERENCE EXAMINED. BIG SI ITS OVER IRON MINES. 'Anoka County Ticket — tieneral Po litical News of the North went. Bpeclal to the Globe. ANOKA, Minn., Sept. 30.— The North ern Minnesota conference of the M. E. church is being held ln Anoka this ffeek. There are about 131 pastors expected, and some with their wives and families, making in all about 175 who will be entertained here. The first meeting was held at 7:30 o'clock ln the If. E. church last evening. Bishop Warren, of Denver, delivered an ad dress on "Education." His address ■was largely to the ministers. He spoke of their study, not only of books, etc., but of the study of the characters of their parishoners and best way of reaching the same. He also explained the probation question, and told of the schools, colleges, etc., that a man had to go to in order to become a Meth odist ministe...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 1 October 1896

8 Highest of all In Leavening Power. — Latest U. S. Gov't Report jTEL & a **m f»P s^ w AB&OiMTEWV PURE TOTEE|a WITH FISH SUCH WILL RE WILLOW BROOK FOR, YEARS TO COME. GRAND PORTAGE TROUT EGGS ARF. BROUGHT TO THE STATE HATIHLKV IX A CARLOAD LOT. TniS SPECIES IS DIFFERENT From the Others W*hieh the State Has Tried to Propagate in the Past. Executive Agent Sam F. Fullerton, Cf the state game and iish commission, ire turned yesterday from an extended trip to the harbor of Grand Portage in the east end of Cook county, where he has been "prospecting," as it were, for the eggs of trout. The result of his visit is to be seen in a full car load of spawn, which shipped with the utmost care from tho point of collection, by water as well as by rail, will be un loaded this morning at the Willow Brook hatchery. The state fish com mission has been sorely troubled for some time over the way to get the most trout possible out of a given outlay, and as it has been seriously handi capped in th...

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. — 2 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 276. BULLETIN OF TttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. FRIDAY, OCT. 2. Weather lor Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGE 1. Political Sentiment ln the State. Llnd Talks at Red Wing. Wat son Inclined to Withdraw. PAGP. 2. Great Market Hall Meeting.. State Political Gossip. Proceedings of the Assembly. Tax Ititte Fixed at 15.1 Mills. PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis. lowa's Semi-Centennlal. Adlai in a Reviewing- Stand Disaster I* A OtC 4. Editorial. Ohio Day at Canton. * Bryan lit Wheeling:. PAGE S. Millers Win the Cap, Day's Racing Events. Aberdeen Coarsing Events. Storm Death List Over 100. PAGES «. War «n Superior Inspection. Railway Gossip. Bar Sliver GS 3-4 c. Cash Wheat in Chicago fiSJe. Bear Raid on Stocks Failed. PAGES 7. News of the Northwest. AVants of the People. PAGE* 8. G. A. R. and School Board Agreement Lepah Confesses a Shooting. EVEXTS TODAY. Grand— The Ensign, 8.15, Park Church — Concert, 8. Assembly Hall— Silver Meeting, 8. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. LIVERPOOL— Arrived: Pennland, Ph...

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. — 2 October 1896

2 EUSTIS, GLfIPP, BEDE IHAT TRIO OF* SOI IM*» MONEY OKA. 'TORS ENTERTAIN A VAST Al -HENCE. SENATOR NELSON WAS LATE AND COHI.1) NOT SPEAK AS HAD ■ BEEN CALCIXATED UP ON. ONE OK THE BEST MEETINCS That H:m Heen Held aw Yet in the Loeul Field— Events of the f*l_iljpwl||l Patiiotii-. inspiring and convincing Was the meeting held at Market hall last evening under the auspices of the Norse- American Republican club in the Interest of sound money, sound govern ment and national honesty and pros perity. Never before was Market hall crowded with so interested and orderly an audience, and never were speakers listened to with deeper attention, fully attesting the importance ln which the Issues of the present campaign are held by the people. Fully 2,500 people weighed the arguments of the ora tors, drew their conclusions and ap plauded the sentiment expressed in a manner which could not be mistaken for transient enthusiasm, but which was a manifestation of conviction and of purpose. For three ho...

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. — 2 October 1896

JQMpTHERSI, ALLEN'S me BALSAM •* CURES ■ OOUGHS, CROUP AND WHOOPING COUCH AND ALL ~HROAT AND LUNG DISEASES. KEEP IT B!i THE HOUSE Anc" You Wi'i Soon Learn its Worth. Contains No Opium in Any Form ■AtDruggists.%&c.,bQc.,and $X.OOa Bottle, MINNEAPOLIS. O. r'lCi. _.D JUL all a-UIKTH S'l .ta-I. T. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Schedules filed in the assignment of Frank H. Brown showed the assets to amount to $2,704.86 and liabilities $2,974.86. The grand jury at its recent session con sidered ninety cases, returning sixty-one in dictments and twenty-nine no bills. It will resume work Nov. 9. Willie Armstrong, 9 years old, residing with his parents at 1726 Second avenue south, left home Monday and has not been seen since. "A Midnight Bell," at the Bijou, will be continued for the various evening . perform ances during the balance of the engagement and at the Saturday matinee. Sneak thieves carried off the contents of a nickel-ln-the-alot machine ln front of Her mann's drug store, on Fourth s...

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. — 2 October 1896

4 THE -QEIIY GLOBE IS PUBUSHEO EVERY" DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, OOR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OwTWCJAI. PAPER OF st; PAIX. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul, Minn. "ftASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM ■ttl, TEMPI*! COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept cc. hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable ln Advance. Dally- and Sunday, per Month .*iO Dally- nnd Sunday. Six Months - 92.75 Dally- nnd Sunday, One Yoar - f.'.OU Dally Only, per Month - .40 Dally Only, Six Months 9 -.-**» Dally Only, One Year - 54.00 Sunday Only, One Year - $1.50 Weekly. One Year ____ 01. 00 TODAY'S "VYKATHEK. WASHINGTON, Oct. I.— Forecast for Fri day: Minnesota: Fair; warmer ln east portion; southerly winds, shifting to westerly. Wisconsin: Fair; warmer; light to fresh southerly winds. Tho Dakotas and Montana: Fair; south westerly winds. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Washington...

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. — 2 October 1896

#^f Time ■ *"»*' Temperature ■aivMnd^lj% are runn * n g their course A/ TV® anc * ie " ummer sun is /*\ J losing- his power to vex / / \ir/ vs * Cooler days and J:=!!^fci <::^j v still cooler nights are bringing our friends back to us with a ru«h for Fall Overcoats and Fall Suits. And we are ready for them with an especially fine display of medium and heavy-weight garments of every kind, from Undershirts to Ulsters. This is a season for economy with most people, and we have had that in mind in making our Fall and Winter Cloth- . ing. It is better than ever, but not more expensive. You may pay as much or as little as you please and get the best for your money. brownlng jong & co. Seventh and Robert Streets. ttlH THE GUP, TOO MILLERS TAKE ALL THE HONORS IX THE WESTERN LEAGUE. 1T WAS A SLUGGING MATCH. THE GAME WHICH DEHDED THE < OATEST FOR THB FREE PRESS TROPHY. THB PI. AVERS GET A XEAT SUM. Parse of *150 for Each of the Mill ers and $100 for Each Defeated llooNier. Played. W...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 October 1896

6 TIM I T FIPIJT IT ATIX rea s°n they could not pay $8.50 and $9 Wl rluJl J ' : a ton for coal. He had also asked an 1 1 * * * wwa Eastern coal baron what prospect there was for the reduction of the prices of coal in the Northwest. The reply was not favorable. MINNESOTA GRAIN INSPECTORS TO « We j ost money last wln t er> and can ASSIME THE AGGRESSIVE AT not afford to this winter." SUPERIOR. Railroad men say that even though the tariffs should drop materially, that the price of coal is not likely to be re duced, at least ln this territory. 'Other lA/II I RftAßn RflftTQ AT nnPK sections of the country are enjoying l/VILL DUAnU BUM"*". Ml UUUrv i owe r prices however. Railroads point to the already reduced tariffs to prove the assertion, and claim that the reason WHETHER THEY ARE ON THE for M % h P rice s on fuel can not be at- MIXNESOTA OR THE WISCON- 0 prominent railroad official SIN SHORE. whoso road brings coal from the head of the lakes, said: "The rate on coal ls now lower tha...

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. — 2 October 1896

DIVINES AT WORK NUMEROUS COMMITTEES NAMED IS THB ANOKA CONFER ENCE. GROWTH OF THE CHURCH. i FAVORABLE CONDITIONS SHOWN IN REPORTS FROM THE VARIOUS DISTRICTS. CONDUCTOR'S HORRIBLE FATE. Mangled hy Two Trains Before His Remains Were Discovered — News of the Northwest. ANOKA, Minn.. Oct. I.— The first reg ular meeting of the M. E. conference was opened this morning by Bishop Warren, of Denver. The sacrament of the Lord's supper was administered and remarks made by the bishop, j About 100 pastors were present and also a large attendance of people. A j business meeting took up the rest of the morning. Rev. Hingsly called the i roll, and nearly all the members of the i conference were present. The election ; of officers followed In which Rev. Hing sly was elected secretary, with assist ants, Rev. E. C. Clements, Rev. Bil lings and Rev. Brown; statistical sec retary, Geo. Willis, and treasurer, Wm. ] Fielder. The standing committees are J as follows: Conference. T. F. Allen, Noat Lathrop, ...

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. — 2 October 1896

6 Grand Opening or M C GLELLANDS Tomoirow is the day that McClellatids will throw open their new store, at the corner of SEVENTH AND MINNESOTA STREETS, With a new and complete line of Crockery, Lamps, Silverware, House furnishings, Trunks, To} 7 s, Etc., Etc. • They will have all their old clerks that have been with them in the basement departments of SCHUNEMAN & EVANS, and extend a cordial invita tion to all to attend. The doors will be opened at 2:39 P. HI., and the TWIN CITY MANDOLIN ORCHESTRA will provide the following- programmer AFTERNOON. Evening Programme. March— Handicap Rosey March-Zacatecas Codina Waltz-Poverty Row. Romanza-Le Dcsir Beethoveu serenade-Enfantlne Bounaud Waltz-Araerican Girl Stanl (a) Mexican Dauce-Manzanillo.... .lexical Danza—Placery Dolor — tlelmesberger Garc'a (o) Boat Sone— Narcissus Nevln Two-Step— The Minstrel.. .Kouiusky Two-Step— Belle of the North Ida Groff TART U. PART 11. . T „ _ .. „ March— El CaDi tan Sousa Overture— Jolly Robbers Suppe D ...

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. — 3 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 277. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SATURDAY, OCT. 3. Weather for Today— Knlr and Warmer. PAGE 1. Bryan In the Bm-koje State. Brave Engineer Needham's Fate. Details of Disaster at Cedar Keys. Maeco Kills 1,000 Spaniards. Silverites Gather ait St. Louis. PAGE 2. Bryan Committee (iocs East. Sugr's Side In the H. aft D. Dispute. PAGE 3. News of Minneapolis. White Ribboners Adjourn. Tax Levy to Be 22.2 Mills. Comiiqup Opened by Salvationists. Distinguished Callers at Canton. PAGE 4. Editorial. G. A. B. Committee Bluff Failed. Hydrophobia Victim for Pasteur. PAGE IV. Baltimore Wins a Temple Cup Game Sensation ln Western League. Minn. University Footballers Win. Doliikh of Divines at Anoka. Crisis in Zanzibar. PAGE «. Week's C'ommereinl Reviews. Bar Silver, 65 3-4e. Cash "Wheat in Chicago, 07 7-Bc. Stocks ota a Lower Level. PAGE 7. Soo ln the Mill City Depot Fight. Hallway Gossip. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. ' News of tbe Conrts. Ilaekmen Fight a Paving Ordinance EVENT...

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. — 3 October 1896

2 SfNNT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. The Insurance on Leip's hotel, at White Bear, which burned Thurslay, wus between 13,500 and $4,000. Col. Mizner gave a dinner of eight covers »t the Aberdeen Thursday evening. The table decorations were in yellow. A special meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the A. O. EL, of this city, is called for Sunday. Oct. 4. at 2:30, to be held ln Cretin hall. Secretary Ef. H. Hart, of the state board of I'orrei Uooa and charities, returned yesterday from the session of the prison congress at Milwaukee. Michael Barret and C. 11. Xetland were ex amined in the probate court yesterday on the charge of inebrlacy. Barret was discharged end N'»tland was committed to Rochester. Mrs. Mary A. Fallen, wife of Charles Fallen, died cX her home, 2067 ..;ra;id avenue, yester lia.v isr ßlag. Mrs. Fallen waa one of the old settlers of St. Paul. The funeral will tnke place ft i. hi St. .Mark's church Monday morn ing The manual of the school board was issued from the press yes...

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. — 3 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OKKICa- i*U LiUCTH KOLKTH ST-ta.a.T. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Frank Holasek has signed a deed of volun tary assignment to Luther C. Porter. George Gagnon, a lad, was fined $2 or two days in the lockup yesterday afternoon for boarding a moving train. E. L. Bulduck was fined $50 or sixty days. Thursday, ln the police court, for throwing a shoe through a plate glass window at 110 . Hennepin avtnue. Registration for the school of agriculture, which opens next Tuesday, shows that 101 new applicants have already appeared. In cluding returning students, this year's at tendance is expected to pass 300. The work of the outing association for 1896 has closed and the members are congratulat ing themselves on the good results attained. During the year 393 persons have received the benefits of an outing In the country. Of these, 338 were children and 55 women. The police received a telegram from Sever Severson, of Boyd. Minn., Thursday, stating that his daughter, 18 years old, poorly d...

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. — 3 October 1896

4 THE DEIIY GLOBE is~~PUBUSHED^VERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW. COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PALL. Address all letters and telegrams to THB GLOBE. St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept On hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance. I»«»ll> nnd Snndrey, per Month ..".O • l»all> and Sunday. Six Months - **i.7S j Dally and Sunday, Oae Year - «.**». oo Dally Only, per Month ----- .40 Dally Only, Six Month* ---- *(asUHI I Dally Only, One Year IM.OO I Snuday Only, One Year ----- 51.50 "Weekly. One Year SI.OO ! TOfltVS W FATHER. WASHINGTON". Oct. 2.— Forecast for Satur day: Minnesota— Fair: warmer: southerly winds. Wisconsin— Fair and warmer; light to fresh . eaat to south winds. The Oakotas — Fair: warmer in eastern -por- I tlon; southerly winds, shifting to westerly. Montana— Partly cloudy, probably local j Hhowers ln northwe...

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. — 3 October 1896

SJKASH THE IiERGUE ■VAT t* , *HVf HH.USH W» CHARGED WITH TRVIM. TO SENSATION IN THE WESTERN. "MM..WTK!« (cATHERIXti AT MIL WAUKEE TO IHSCUSS THE MATTER. SIAI.TIMOKE BKXTS CLEVELAND. J-'l>"»* QsUasC In (he 'IViu|ile Cap Se ries Decidedly a One-Sided Affair. A dispatch to the Globe from Mil waukee says: President Johnson, of the Western league; Van Derbeck, of Detroit, and Killilea. ot Mil waukee, held a consultation here today to re view the application <>f Indianapolis and Min neapolis to President Young to withdraw from the Western league. Comiskey. of St Paul, is expected here tomorrow, when in teresting developments are expected. Tomor row night Johnson and Killilea will leave for New ton to attend the meeting of the na tional board of arbitration, which will be held there Monday afternoon. It transpires that Brush has offered the Milwaukee franchise to H. D. Quin, of this city, who has accepted it. and also the Detroit and Kansas City franchises to other people than the...

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. — 3 October 1896

6 Geo. D. Todd r~\ Mayor of Louisville, writes : nj 1^ jgj HAVING used the JOHANN Hoff's tyfffa&ffll Malt Extract, it pleases me to ngrnll i""*" speak of it as an excellent tonic V*^^J^Wl?. and flesh maker. ' / 1 /O « Se?»T» <-7> s ' £ /^ / c^^^" Ask for the Oenulne Johann Holt'E ! V__^/ Malt Extract. Avoid Substitutes. Ofl THE UP GRADE IMI'IKH IMKXT IN GENERAL BISI KESS, 11.READY XOTED, COX TIMED LAST WEEK. DISCOUNTING THE FUTURE. DUN A CO. REPORT SOME MER < 11 \.\TS ACTING AS OX AN AS SURED FUTURE. FAILURE RECORD VERY HEAVY. All Previous Similar Periods Out done by the Months of the Pres ent Calendar Year. NEW YOYRK, Oct. 2.— Bradstreet's tomorrow will say: Cooler weather and continued purchases by interior merchants, notably West and South, continued the slight Improvement In trade recorded in preceding weeks. Merchants at primary cotton markets and at large centers in the spring wheat region report a better move ment of staples, due to unusually heavy receipts of th...

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. — 3 October 1896

, SOOJCOJOGHANGE IT WILL <*-.UIT ITS MINNEAPOLIS IJEPOT ARRANGEMENTS THIS MONTH, ACCORDING TO AN OFFICIAL «JFHOSE AtTHORITV FOR THE RE MOVAL IS SAID TO HE BEYOND QUESTION. I»HO<.ItESS OF THE RATE AVAR. latere Unto* Are Slashed, hut Flour Unlet, to Chicago Will (io Back Oct. 22. The rumor that the Soo would can cel Its contract with the Great North ern Union Depot company at Minne apolis and join issues with the North ern Pacific, St. Paul & Duluth, and the Milwaukee, at the terminal station of the latter road, was verified semi-of fleialiy yesterday by a high official of the Soo. It Is understood that the Sou will cast Its fortune with the Milwaukee a week from Sunday, using the Northern Pacific short line from Minneapolis to St. Paul, and entering the St. Paul Union depot as usual. There is but little doubt that the change will be made on the date men tioned, and If not then, upon the first of November, when the Soo' 3 contract with the Great Northern expires. The reason ...

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. — 3 October 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. C^s^ Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE DELAYS TO STOCK FEDKHAL AUTHORITIES INTER VENE IN BEHALF OP THE I'IIJI.K HEALTH. NORTHERN PACIFIC IS SUED FOR CARRYING CATTLE FORTY FIVE HOIKS WITHOIT FOOD OR WATER. OCTOBER TERM CALENDAR 1* Ready for the Setting' of CjiaoK tlir First of Next Week. The Northern Pacific railway, the "Northern Pacific railroad and the form er receivers of the company, were yes terday made defendants in a suit to re cover $500 provided as a penalty by the United States statutes for neglect ln the transportation of cattle. The complaint was filed by United States District Attorney Stringer on behalf of the United States government. It ap pears that the action Is not only brought In the Interests of alleviating the suf ferings of animals shipped on the various railroads, but is also instituted for sanitary reasons, It being alleged that cattle, which have been tormented Into fever and exhaustion through long 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. — 4 October 1896

MS 1 10 \l VOL. XIX.— NO. 278. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. SI\DAY, OCT. 4, 18fi«. *** — — _ _ _ — *W >Venther for Today — I.ochl Shnv.cm. _ ,^_____ .£. PAGE 1. Bryan Accepts PoptilUt Nomination. He Also Speaks In \ urloaa Places. Allen Talks In Minneapolis. The Week's Topics I ppermost. PAGE 3. A Dentil From Hydrophobia. PAGE 3. Independent Democrats Xoinlnnte. Colonnade Girls on Strike. PA UK ■*. FUiforUl. ftatolli'a Successor Arrives. PAGE 5. Oreeee and Rouraanla In Dretbnnd. T> n it ii Arrest a Fiasco. diisiip of London. PAGE c. (irt-al Day for MeKlnley. He Makes Many Addresses. . Kevr Traffic Men Named. PAGE 7. "Work of the Anoka Conference. >liin> Minnesota < on > rations. ' ' PAGE S. Specter* of the Night. mTnnfapolis I FweTrf going L^ >3^ , . . Inational ilii.jil'v/nlllfi'^ 1 V*bv"f 1 O ra®///MIo / ( —^^'^^^JS^L PROHIBS NOM- TO HAVE DEMOCRATIC W ill 1 j.| A '//O "Mm/|W' / J^ MINNEAPOLIS 'Ol /^e/Z/F 3 / ]"\^^£^^ STORM INATE /\ A WINTER S^^^ 5^ COMHIT...

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. — 4 October 1896

2 compared with that which hurls a mighty and prosperous nation into the depths we are now groveling in. If we would honor ourselves, let ua' see to it that the citizen is not ippreesed by class legislation nor lifted up iy it. If wtj do that we will be lifted up. ln the eyes of the world. I know of no parallel that will compare with the present situation better than that of a man standing in the midst of a cy clone and declaring that the cyclene should be the wind standard, and that the gentle zephyr standard should not be (Hjis because such a standard was not used in Europe. We know it is this new money system that has brought this ruin upon us. The advocate of this system Is to be prosecuted here tonight. You will be the jury, the ora tor of the evening the prosecutor. I'm sure you will convict the criminal and that you will fix the date of the exe cution at Nov. 3. And I know of none co fit to preside at the execution than William J. Bryan. The chief mourners ujx>n that occas...

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