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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

HOTIOfIS Of fIUTUP LITTLE THINKS FOR WOMEN'S WEAR ARE DEAR ANI» VARI OUS. HUNG WITH GOLD CHAINS. KIR CAPES ARE SHORTER THAN LAST YEAR AND ARE NOT SO A\ IDE. « SO>IK NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY. Sensible Walking?— Bootn ami lU«l> ileeletl Slippers Are Correct in Footwear. Dame Fashion this autumn has set a most elaborate trap to catch the pin money of the feminine population. The old lady (for Dame Fashion must be old) has evidently heard that there is a rumor of hard times, and has risen to the occasion and is offering such in ducements to women to bedeck them selves in gorgeous array that they will have to give up posing for the New Woman and acknowledge that they are just ordinary old-fashioned fe males, who find in beautiful gowns and the various accompanying gauds and baubles too strong a temptation to be resisted. Parisian dressmakers have made up tlu-lr minds that the severe and the mannish effects are to be banished, and the gowns they are sending over * J are the most feminin...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

22 fl TURJI Ifl WHEAT CEXT AND A HALF OF THE RECENT ADVANCE IN CHICAGO LOST. REACTION LONG OVERDUE. THIS FACT, RATHKR THAN BEAR NEWS CAUSED THE SHAKP SLUMP. OTHER MARKETS ALL DEPRESSED. Corn and Outs Closed at Fractional Declines and Provisions Scored Material Declines. CHICAGO, Oct. 3.— Today witnessed a de cided turning of the tide in wheat, the price of December declining a full cent and a half. It was not so much bearish news as a gen eral opintan that a reaction was overdue that caused the decline. All other markets were heavy, corn declining %c, oats %c and provisions from 10c to 17VJC In the wheat pit at the opening everything poirtfed to ward lower prices. December, which closed yesterday at 6S%c, staned at 68ifec, and only a little could be sold at that, the bulk of the first transactions being at 68% c. After fluctuating for a short time between 68"4 c and 6S%c, it dipped to 68% c, and rebounded to 68^c. More was for sale at that, how ever, than there were buyers for, and ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

• ITIWTIOXS OFFERED— MALES. SLANTED— Strong boy. Apply Monday morn- Ing^ 16 Summit ay. JfANTED— Age_t»; liberal contract; choice territory; pays t&ek. accident, death and «ndowmaat benefits. Address American Be aevoJeut Association, St Louis. Mo. SVANTED— Salesman tor Northwest to take the road after election; liberal salary. Ad dress California Cider Co., Chicago. • ITI ATIOXS orFBHUP-rKMALItI APPRENTICE— Wanted, apprentice to learn dressmakiug; will pay some wages. Mrs. M. Stewart. Washburn building. BOOK— Wanted, a competent, steady girl that knows how to cook; family of three. 265 Smnmit ay. DRESSMAKER— Wanted. experienced dress maker to cut and nt. Apply at Suite 8, Valentine Block, 474 Wabasha Et._ HOUSEWORK— Wanted, general servant; must be good cook and laundress: family of three adults; house has modern conven iences; wages. $16. 161 Cambridge ay., two blocks from Groveland Park car line. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, pood, smart girl for general housework; will pay good wages; 11...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 4 October 1896

24 THROUGH TWO WARS i ■ < • ■ , COL. SAMUEL STPHAIL ONE OF MINNESOTA'S FIGHTING OFFICBHS. PALO ALTO AND MONTEREY. ■IEGE OF VERA CRUZ AND OTHER AIKAICAX BATTLES HE PAR TICIPATED IN. HERO OF THE LATE CIVIL WAR. Be Also Aided In Suppressing the Sioux— Hl« Experience on Da kota Plains. An unpretentious, honored citizen of Minnesota. Col. Samuel McPhail, of Lincoln county, is not only one of the oldest settlers of the state, out one of Its distinguished soldiers, with a career In the service of his country which would be almost unrecorded, except for clrcuiustaucos which now create an opportunity for an interesting unwrit ten chapter of patriotism and person ality amply sufficient to intensify the recollections of the Mexican war, the War of the Rebellion and the Sioux outbreak. A Kentuckian by birth, Col. McPhail at the age of twenty, entered the reg ular army in the Third United States Infantry, participating in about all the COL. SAMUEL M'PHAIL. In 1861 notable engagements In the M...

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. — 5 October 1896

DO YOU WANT Accurate Information Regarding Minnesota? VOL. XIX.— NO. 279. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. tIOXDAY, OCT. 8. Weather for Todayi— *«"alr. Westerly Wind*. PAGE 1. Political Sentiment in the State. Explosion Wrecks a Santa Fe Train. Cxar and Fanre Meet Today. PAGE 2. Soldiers' Home Pavilion Opened. Cantle Not to Be Deposed. Bible Prophecy on the Issues. Grand Jury Meets Today. Prices of Realty Improve. PAGE 3. Nnri of Minneapolis. West and Sonth Hoarding Gold. FAtiK 4. Editorial. Bishop Keane Will Retire. Satolli's Last Service In America. PAGE 5. Brush's Version of League Troubles. Growing- Signs of Prosperity. Henry Clews' "Weekly Review. Review of the National Season. PAGE O. Markets of the World. PAGES T. The Household. Vagrant Verse. Wants of the People. PAGE] 8. How a Lawyer Saved His Neclc. State Political Sentiment. TODAY'S EVENTS. Grand— At Gay Coney Island, 8.15. Frost's Hall— Prohibition Convn., 8. STEAMSHIP MOVEMENTS. NEW YORK, Oct. 4.— Arrived: Labour gogn...

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. — 5 October 1896

2 SJi INT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Hurry Ehrmanntraut, of Duluth, and Miss {Catherine Khrtnanntraut, of Rochester, N. V., who came to St. Paul to attend the golden wedding of their grandparents, left for home last evening. The Prohibitionists hold their county con vention tonight at 28 East Fourth street. SIWDAV AT THE HOTELS. O. E. Xi.hols, Kargo. is at the Ryan. K. (\ BIH. of Boston, is at the Metropoli tan. John Llnd spent yesterday at the Mer chants'. M. R. Kelly, Omaha, registered at the Ryan yesterday. Miss May Davis, of Chicago, is at the Met ropolitan. W. Gray and wife, of New York, are at the Metropolitan. .T. M. Diment. Owatcnna, was at the Wind sor yesterday. C. EL Kent, of Lynn, Mass., is a guest at tht; Metropolitan. H. Hulpe'- and wife, of New York, are at the M-<; p. roiHan. Mrs B U Puroell, of Chicago, is regis tered at the Metropolitan. J. W. Wheeler, Crookston, came down yes terday ar.il put up at the Windsor. R. A. Sptnk, John Thieden, P. A. Laffey, Charles T. ...

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. — 5 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. QKVICIC XU 3UITU roUKTU W.IKKT. MINNEAPOLIS GI-CIBILKS. The members of Foss ohurrh congregation "will have a trolley party next Wednesday night. The car will leave the corner of First avenue south and Washington at 8 o'clock. The Men's club of Hope chapel will give a • social tonight. - The tenth annual convention of the Minne sota Christian Endeavorers will be held in this city Oct. 22 to 25. The Sunday School Officers' association will hold their regular meeting tonight at Plym outh Consjegational church. Rev. "W. W. Pawley. Wv. George R. Merrill and Mrs. Robert Prfftt will speak. The mother of Charles McAllister died at her home In Case county, Michigan, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon E. Clark have re moved to their new home, 2730 Dupont ave nue south. Miss Effy Hugnes and Mrs. Bradley re turned last week from an extended visit in the East. Capt. R. R. Winter, of Rangoon, India, Is the guest of his father, George S. Winter, 851 Sixteenth avenue south. The marriage of...

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. — 5 October 1896

4 THE DflllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT KKWSHAVER ROW, COR, FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PA IX. Address ail letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1406 F ST. N. W. Complete files of th«Qlob« always kept On band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally iinrt *nmlt»y. per Month .BO Dally :iml Sunday, Six Months - f2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Dally Only, per Month .40 Dally Only, Six Months f 2.2R Dally Only, One Year $4.00 Sunday Only, One Year $1.50 Weekly, One Year ?1.00 TODAY'S WKATHKR, WASHINGTON, O<t. 4.— Forecast for Mon day: Fur Minnesota: Generally fair during the day; westerly winds. For linva: I*x*U showers in the early morning, followed by fair weather; winds shifting to northwesterly End cooler. For Wisconsin: Local showers, followed by fair; cooler; fresh to brisk westerly winds. For South Dakota: Fair, warmer; we...

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. — 5 October 1896

fIS BRUSH TELLS IT ATORV OK THE WESTERN LEAGUE TROUBLE AS SEEN IN CIN CINNATI. NOT A THREE-FOURTHS VOTE. THAT IS THE CONTENTION THAT HE RELIES UPON MOST, IT SEEMS. ••FVKMIXG" SYSTEM TO BLAME. In It Is to Be Found the Secret of the Whole Trouble In the League. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette- Tribune Friday published an article that throws light on the trouble in the Western league. It runs as fol lows : On Monday, Oct. 5, the national board of arbitration, composed of Pres ident Young, of the National league; Charles N. Byrne, John T. Brush and A. H. Soden.will meet at the Fifth Ave nue hotel, New York, to consider a petition from the Indianapolis and Minneapolis clubs for withdrawal from the Western league. Their grievance with their league dates back to last serins;, and was brought before the nutional board by John T. Brush, own er of the Indianapolis club, and John Goodnow, of the Minneapolis club. The trouble started last fall. Toward the end of the season John S. Barnes was ...

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. — 5 October 1896

b R TURN I|l WHEAT CENT AND A HALF OP THE RECENT ADVANCE IN CHICAGO LOST. REACTION LONG OVERDUE. THIS FACT, RATHER THAN BEAR NEWS CAUSED THE SHARP SLUMP. OTHER MARKETS ALL, DEPRESSED. Corn and Oats Closed at Fractional Declines and Provisions Scored Material Declines. CHICAGO, Oct. 3.— Today witnessed a de elded turning of the tide in wheat, the price ©f December declining a full cent and a half. It was not bo much bearish news as a gen eral opinion that a reaction was overdue that caused the decline. All other markets j were heavy, corn declining %c, oats %c and provisions from 10c to 17% c. In the wheat pit at the opening everything pointed to ■ward lower prices. December, which closed j yesterday at 68% c, staned at CSVic, and only j a little could be &old at that, the bulk of j the first transactions being at 68% c. After ■■ fluctuating for a short time between 68% c and CB%c, it dipped to 68% c, and rebounded to 6S%c. More was for sale at that, how ever, than th*>re were...

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. — 5 October 1896

STHE HOUSEHOLD! • • EGG PLAST. Stuffed. Uoaoted. Naked and Fried in Way* That Mu*t Appeal to Everybody. There are several ways of cooking and serving the richly coloreji egg plant. la stuffing the plants a filling of chopped cold meats and poultry, or whatever is at hand may be used with the pulp and bread crumbs. Here are a few hints for young housewives. The most simple way of cooking egg i plan! is to fry It. Pare and cut the | egg plant into slices a quarter of an Inch thick, salt each slice, place one above the other and turn a heavy plate or saucer over them. Stand them in a colander for one hour to allow the water to drain off. Wipe each piece with a soft cloth, sprinkle lightly with pepper and dredge them all with flour, j Have a spider over the fire containing hot oil or melted drippings half an inch In depth; put in the floured slices and j let them cook quickly. When the un der sides are browned turn the pieces and brown the other sides. Drain on brown paper and serve as ...

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. — 5 October 1896

8 fGPfiflDOpEpfiflOUSE G M A THE WC i "AT i 'Twas a Wat and uhslly Eienhg, g ITIA I lIC TT J cAY ji But a Crusiin? Crowd Was There, j CONEY sTo s.e Mathaws and Bulgsr dull ISLAND" Extract Laughter from its Lair. I BULGER, T c o uo |i THE BEST PLAY ' ~1 5 Ir.«r ' i»r < THE GREATEST COMPANY, g THE } THE jj THE SWEETEST MUSIC, V (< WIZARDS sE H0 :> THE pretties t gsrls 6 ur . CurcE ever C< WIT > VAT Ea.ILY ji fw« 6 CAPTURE MULTITUDE OR sYght § THIS LAST STAND of (< TOWN. |! NIGHT! I) 1 ! ST ' PAUL " /!j * / \ 6 MATINEES lA/EDNESDAY and SATURDAY C< Next Sunday Night, Eddie Foy in "Off theTarth." | HE DID fIOT HANG TRIE HISTORY OF A LAWYER'S CRIME BROVGHT ABOIT BY GAMBLING. CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. COVXTY TREASURER MURDERED "WHILE TAKING MOXEY TO THE CAPITAL. HIS COMPANION ARRESTED And Convicted — Verve, Combined With Acting, Saved His Neck. Down in Alabama they tell a strange story about a man who succeeded in cheating the gallows by a clever ruse, says the Philadel...

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. — 6 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 280. BULLETIN OF YttE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. TUESDAY, OCT. O. Weather for Today- Fair and Warmer. PAGK 1. Harrison Tnlkx at Richmond. Iliiima Drnle* a. ( ampul j^n Story. Czar's Welcome to France. Results of Connecticut Election. PAGK 3. Injunction on Capitol Construction. Blithop Warren Talks Anti-Silver. Fire Board Has a Surplus. PAGE 3. Kews of Minneapolis. Canton Young Men See MeKinley. Stlllirater Affutrs. Minneapolis Tax Levy Fixed. Punish Lutherans Unite. Bryi:n'i Tour In Tennessee. I'AtiK 4. Editorial. Republican Committee Session. Poltticul Gossip of the State. Amika Conference Appointments. |(WI of the .Vuriliwest. PAGE ft. . Bald "Wins the Cycle Championship. Third Game Goes to Orioles. Reserved Western League Players. Olney at His Desk Again. National Committee Hears Brush. PAGE ft. Lyman a Passenger Ajgent< Gossip of the Railways. Bar Sliver G5 S-Sc. Cash Wheat in Chicago 66 Jo. Firmness Shown by Stocks. PAGE 7. Significance of the Czar's Visit, Wants of th...

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. — 6 October 1896

. a SfllNT PfIUL. UMAL NEWS NOTES. The sum of $18 was collected In the poHce teurt Twtorday from nine violators of the •tcycle ordinance. Acting Insurance Commissioner Lightbourn reottrday Issued licenses to the Eastern Fire insurance company, af New York city, and the SSayton Farmers' Mutual Fire, of Slayton, kurrmy county. The Transfer club filed articles of Incorpo ration with the secretary of state. Its lncor borator- aro Wm. Cunningham. Wm. wood, P. R. Pnend and Charles Johnson, and its headqu.u-U'is wIU b« near the Minnesota transfer. There Ware filed with the secretary of state resierday sal ssf actions of liens against the Bevots and other progeny of the Eastern hftaßMOta at Sandstone and Hinckley, in fine county. William F. Graves received a permit yes terday to ereot a three story brick store on the We*t sde of Jackson street between Fourth and Fifth streets, to cost $6,000. Ordtrs for judgment in foreclosure have been Bled in favor of the Northwestern L'fe Insurance compa...

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. — 6 October 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. TAX LEVY Op 23.24 BOARD DECIDES ON AN INCREASE] IN THE RATE FIRST PRO POSED. DANISH LUTHERANS UNITE. ACTIOX AT THE RECENT CONFER ENCE WHICH HAS NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. WHEELMEN IN CITY POLITICS. Preparations for a Big Demonstra tion—General Xmts of the Mill City. The board of tax levy completed Its work yesterday and adjourned, having fixed the tax rate at 23.24, of which 22 mills is the general rate, 1.24 the av erage ward rate. The following table shows the individual items of the levy and the amount each is expected to raise:" Fund. Rate. Amount State 1.8 $19fi.796 24 State 3chool 2.15 235,029 93 County 2.8 306,000 00 General fund 5.3 679.300 00 Permanent improvement fund. .65 71,000 00 Interest 2.6 284,200 00 Sinking 1. 109.316 24 School 3.8 415.300 00 Park 75 81.957 18 Library 4 43,726 49 Changes and corrections 75 82.000 CO Ward average 1.24 131,737 00 Total :. .23.24 $2,536,366 98 WHEELMEN IN POLITICS. Bicyclists Consider the Question of a Big- Parade. The Republica...

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. — 6 October 1896

m THE PffliY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, DOR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. c ■ ■ — t OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLB COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sundny. per Month .SO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f2.78 j DaUy ii ud Sunday, One Year - «5.00 j Dally Only, per Month .40 Datly Only, Six Months *2.25 Daily Only, One Year -$4.00 Sunday Only, One Year ----- $1.50 Weekly, One Year 81.00 TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Oct. s.— Forecast for Tues- | fiay: Minnesota — Generally fair; warmer in | northern portion; northerly winds, becoming j variable. Wisconsin — Generally fair; light to fresh northerly winds. South Dakota—Fair and slightly warmer; northerly winds, shifting to southerly. North Dakota— Local showers, followed by (ai...

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. — 6 October 1896

fThe Town Crier Was to old-fashioned days what the newspaper is now. He was the great advertising medium. We fancy we can reach quite as many peo ple this way, and with less noise than he was accustomed to make. This is our message: Fall styles are ready, and the signs of the season are found in the bracing air. Perhaps the first need in the early autumn is a light-weight overcoat. Those that we have made for this season are beautifully tailored and very stylish in cut. They are in a considerable variety of goods and lined in dif ferent materials to suit different tastes. We have them as inexpensive or as costly as you please. BROWNING, KING & @. BHVENTH AND ROBHRT STREETS. BALD IS COTPION HONORS OF THE PRESENT RACING SEASON WON ON A NARROW MARCJIN. COOPER JUST MISSED IT. HTWO POINTS WOI'LD HAVE TIED THE SCORE OF HIS RIVAL. iIIATIOXAL CIRCUIT RACES OVER. >li««t Meet of the Season at Wash ington Wound li» the Year's YHtS Events. WASHINGTON, Oct. ».— Washington 1 entered the li...

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. — 6 October 1896

6 P. LYPN GOES UP BE IS MADffi GEJiEKAL P VSSEXGKR AGLXT OF THB BI'RLIMi. TON, RELIFVING W. J. C. KENYON, IVHO WILL NOW HAVE ONLY FREIGHT BUSINESS TO SUPER. VISE. INCREASE IN BUSINESS MAKES The Division of the Two Branohei Imperative— News of Railroad Men and Movements. An important change was announced In the traffic department of the Chi cago, Burlington & Northern yester day, as a result of the increased busi ness of the road, and the ever multi plying number of details in the passen ger and freight departments. General Superintendent J. R. Hast ings has created a new position, that of general passenger agent, and has appointed to that office George P. Ly man, for the past eight or nine years chief clerk In the freight department. The circular reads as follows: "Mr. George P. Lyman is appointed general passenger agent, vice Mr. W. J. C. Kenyon, who has found it nec essary to devote all his time to the freight department. — "Jno. R. Hastings, "Gen. Supt." The appointment will ...

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. — 6 October 1896

CZfIR I]l fl{fl|iGE fIPRAGETJY OH* THE RKVOWTTION SI i.uESTEI) BY THE DATE OS" HIS VISIT. ITS SIGNIFICANCE HIDDEN. LESSON OF HISTORY OMSCI UIOIJ AS FAR AS POS»BUt UY OFFICIALS. BPLKXDID CERKBIONIALS PLAKNRI). By 11 v I nfortnnntr Combination of ClrouinKtancpl Dime. Faure Is in an Inenviublr Position. PARTS. Oct. s.— Suggestive dates coincide with the czar's two great visits to Western Europe. As he landed at Leith, his wife's grand mother, the good, the true, the consti tutional Queen Victoria, completed her sixtieth year on the throne and the longest reign of any British monarch, or of any other monarch, save Louis the Fourteenth, who, however, in herited the crown of France at the age of four. HU effective reign was not therefore so long as that of Her Britannic Majesty. Thrones have been shaken and overthrown around that of Victoria. Monarchs have been mur dered with the knife, pistol and bomb; but the fair, delicate-looking girl who eueceeded William the Fourth, is now the senio...

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. — 6 October 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE WILL BE SET TODAY SIIPHEME COURT OCTOBER CAL ENDAR WHX II r. CALLED THIS MORNING. |M"MBER OF TANGLED CASES TO COME BEFORE THE STATE'S HIGHEST TRIBUNAL THIS TERM. Will TAKE UNTIL FEBRUARY To liivpose of the Grist That Has Accumulated During; the Sum mer Vacation. The calendar for the October term of the supreme court is out, with 297 cases, which will be called and set to day. Among those which are of gen eral interest the first on the list is that of the State against the Adams Ex press company, involving the state's right of taxation on such companies. The next case, too, is another state case, the defendant being the Shevlin- Carpenter company, Minneapolis lum bermen. The next page of the calendar bears the St. Paul board of public works' case, and the Crow Wing-Cass county trouble. The twelfth page bears both the Anoka-Hastings Insane hos pital fight and the Polk county divi sion trouble. The Minn...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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