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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

I MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peryer, 242 Twentl3th •venue north, will send the coming winter In New Orleans. The young people of Foss M. E. church have orgnnized a reading society, and will hold regular meetings during the winter months. Coroner Kistler yesterday held a post mor tem examination on the remain* of Cora Hunter, the colored woman found dead in "^ her bed Saturday. Death was found to bo due to Pleuro-pneumonia. Tuesday night at Hoe Presbyterian chapel Rev. J. Culbert Faries will lecture on "The Holy Land." This is the lint of a series which will continue throughout the winter. BISHOP ARNETT, OF OHIO. Noted Colored Orator and Divine in the Mill City. Bishop B. W. Arnett, of Ohio, one of the most prominent men in the African M. E. Church of America, is in Minneapolis, and yesterday preached three sermons to Minne v apolis congregations. In addition to being » an enthusiastic church worker, Mr. Arnett is alio very much interested in politics, and a...

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. — 19 October 1896

4 THE PfOLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER HOW. COR. FOURTH AXD MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAIL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 P ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on band for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dully anil Sandny, per Month .SO Dally mift Sunday, Bta Months -$2.75 Rally ami Sunday, One Yenr - f 5.00 Pally Ouly, ver Month .4O Dully Only, Six MontliM f2J25 IJully Only, One Year -f4.00 Snndity Only, One Year - $I.SO VccUr. ««e Year $1.00 TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON. Oct. 18.— Forecast for Mon day: Fov Minnesota— Fair in southern; local snows, followed by fair weather in northern portion; warmer, westerly winds. For Wisconsin — Generally fair weather; warmer; light to fresh southerly winds. For North Dakota — Generally fair; westerly winds: warmer in eastern portion. For S:iuth Dakota— General...

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. — 19 October 1896

WET OH THE QUIET WKS'SJCHX LKAGIE BASS UALI, JI\(.\ATKS IX SKIHET SKS SION AT t Hl< A<;i). MAY FREEZE OUT TWO TEAMS. >ii\\t:\7 I| «r.is axm imjiaxapoi-is AKK THK AHSEXT OTViOS, A\D POSSIBI.K UCUVWIH, "J:t ho ok 'lino KKSfI fi«;ht When the Two Cluba Wore on the Offensive and Nol the Defensive. Manager Oaolakey, of the St. Paul Base Ball club, has been reported miss ing for several days, bo news of him being obtainable from Moose lake, Carl ton county, where he and a party of blend* were supposed to be hunting. It now appears, however, that "Com niy" has been found, as witness the following dispatch, received last night from Chicago by the (Mobt: A secret meeting of six magnates of the Western Base Ball league was held here today to formulate the opposition in thel eague to plans of Managers Goodnow and Brush, of Minneapolis and Indianapolis. The men who took part in the conference were Messrs. Coiniskey. of St. Paul; _Manning, of Kansas City; Ellis, of Grand Rapids; Vanderbe...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

6 TRADE IS OUR WAY EXCESS OF EXPORTS OVER IM PORTS KEEPS GOLD FLOW ING WESTWARD. OPERATORS ARE CAUTIOUS, BIT CONFIDENCE IX THE RESULT OF THE ELECTION IS SHOWN IN SPIRTS. DEMAND FOR FOOD PRODUCTS. It Already ExceedM the Carrying Capacity From Now Till Next March. Special to the Globe. NEW YORK, Oct. IS.— ln his weekly review of the financial situation, Henry Clews says: feince our aaviees of last week, we have had another upward spurt in the market for securities, with an ad vance of 2 to 3 points. Partly, it has been the result of the active re viral of gold imports. The amount now on the Atlantic, though not exactly known, is estimated to be at least eight millions, and arm ng foreign bankers it is ex pected that ntxt week arrangements will be made for the shipment of ei^ht millions more; which would make the total sum received and to be re ceived, from the time the movement set in, about seventy millions. At what figure the movement may end it Is not easy to estimate; opinion in c...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

A FOlia-GEJiT RISE WHKAT WFXT IP BY JX !UPS MHDfI A PHOUIi STATK OF AI.IRM. IT RATTLED THE BROKERS. I»A< X UAS TOO PAST FOR THEM AXD TIUSY \VA\TKU TO Ul IT • \\ HK\ IT UMOi THE 76 MARK. FurfiKtt Advances Were Hnllinh and Tfcrre Were Larfcr Buying Orders on Botn < 'ohkld. CHICAGO. Oct. 17.— The price of Decem ber wheat closed today at an advance of ex actly ovt-r yesterday's fina! figure. The buige was directly attributable to the strong foreign markets, and was accompanied by •s of excitement seldom witnessed on the floor. Corn and oats followed in thp wake of wheat, advancing Ie and »ie re spectively. Provisions were, also strong, and closed lCx&^'ie higher. The semi-excited state cf the wheat market, as yesterday's session was coming to a close, was increased this morning into a fairly good specimen of gen eral alarm. That fear was well grounded, as it turned out. There was not a single bushel to be had for less than l%c advance on yesterday's closing price, and very lit...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 October 1896

8 Ifl A PECK Of WOE Continued From First Page. email plurality. The only change likely is in the accession of some of the German voters to the sound money candidates, while they will at the came time vote for Peck. The Repub licans' claim that the coumty is un odtain, and the Democrats say they will carry it by 200. One hundred ma jority either way will cover it. and it is more than likely that Peck will carry it by at least that figure. LAST IN THE LIST. Yellow Medicine Probably for Bryan and Lind. Special to the Globe. GRANITE FALLS, Minn., Oct. 18.— Yellow Medicine county has in years past had two earmarks by which it could readily be distinguished — the heavy percentage of Republican votes it cast, and that it always stood at the foot of the list of counties constituting this commonwealth. It retains the lat ter peculiarity yet, but, alas, the former has relapsed into "'innocuous desue tude" and seems likely to stay in that condition. Great changes have taken place, and today 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. — 20 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 294. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUl^ G^OB^. TUESDAY, OCT. 20. Weather for Today- Fair and Warmeri PAGB 1. Political Situation in Illinois. Wild Times in the Wheat Pit. SllveriteH Working With Watson. War With Spain Nearly Precipitated PACK 2. Plans for Palmer-Buckner Meeting. \ Coin Harvey at Market Hall. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Minnetonka Cottages Burn. BtMliop Arnett Talks. Venezuela Settlement in Sight. News of the \orthwest. No Commutation for Kent. C. P. R. Embezzler Caught. PAtttS 4. Editorial. End of the Nushka Club. Sniythe'H Experience AVith Lawyers. * PAGK *. Day's Racing Results. MrHlnley Quotes Grant. Bryan's Buckeye Campaign. News of Stillwater. PAGE «. New Rates on Lumber, Etc. Gossip of the Railways. Bur Silver, O5 l-Bc. Lash Wheat, 7O 3-Bc. Stocks Somewhat Higher. PAGB T. Rebellion In Philippine Islands. Wants of tin- People. PAGE S. District Court Routine. Forger's Bold Work. Gurbage Contractors' Bill Hung Up. Day's Soeiul Go«islp. TODAY'S EVENTS. Me...

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. — 20 October 1896

2 SfMMT PfIUL. LOCAL \EWS NOTES. The number;; of Division N"f>. 2, A. 'V EL, wi!i ni\c a tii.! OxU evening at Labor hall. Scarlet fever ia reported at 706 Ulair street and dtpfetaeria at i-l'i University avenue And M tl>? T:ohfra:an flat*. Tito RackfiTfren will carry the ease of John Wilson to Uk Eoprena coot U Ikn are d»> lea; d in ths district o-utrt. Tfee avu-.'.'- meeting of tin- Hazel Park Poo- I -l"-s. cfcureb wiil be held Friday oveniux. Bupper will be iervtd duriap l\\c evening. lire hi ;- La::: in the .ear of 35(1 i'mno avenue did |S0 damage la-st create*. The etructure is own d by A. \V. Cratghoad and the DTigta of iiie Bre is unknown. A fw •• lesson on breadmaUing will be given l>v illns Mary C. ThoßMOn this mornlns; at 10 o'elc-i ■'.; kit' the rooms of the Young W"ctnen's Friendly asaoetet!o», OS Jaricaon street. QBeora to i!:-' St. Pnul Homeopathic aoclety fcmve been elected as Eottros: Dr. Alex. Donald. president; Dr. S. Q. Cooh, of Merriaon Park, vice pnsi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 October 1896

j The Approach of the Season ? y When Couehs aud Bronchial and r £ Lunjt troubles prevail will remind 5 P mauy people that they have heard of A I ALLEN'S i LUNG BALSAM. V • Ills without doubt oue of the very /» h best remedies. V { At DfUgolSlS. 25C, 50C Qfld $1 0 801116. 2 MINNEAPOLIS MIVXEAPOL.IS OLOBM.ES. Judge Beldcn yesterday morning signed an order limiting the time to file claims in the assignment of A. F. and L. E. Kelley to Feb. 1. U*7. The Hamilton company of players Is pro ducing "1b .Mizzoura" in the Metropolitan, which runs through the week, with matinees ■Wednesday and Saturday. The damage case of Joshua Peake against Charles E. Adler & Co. was taken up before Judge Kussell yesterday. The plaintlft^alleges that he and hie family were poisoned by spoiled beef sold by the defendant Judge Jamison has signed an order ap proving the final account of H. J. Gjertsen, as assignee of Lena Christianson, allowing him %^lt for his services. There will be |1,&9742 distribut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 October 1896

4 THE DffILY _GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AXD MIXNKSOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAII-. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFKICE. ROOM mt, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW ; YORK. I WASHINGTON BI'REAl T , Hoo F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .SO Daily nud SuutJaj . Six Months - 92.7 ft Daily mill Sunclny, One Yenr - 15.00 ! .Rnfl.v Oulj. t irr Month ••*<> . Dully Only, Six Month* f2.25 j Dally Only. One Year $4.00 ! Snndiiy Only, One Yenr - $1.5 C : i Weekly. One Year »- *1.00 : TODAY'S WEATHKK. WASHINGTON. Oct. 19.— Forecast for Tues day: Minnesota— Generally fair; northwest erl> winds becoming variable: warmer in , northern portion in the evening. Wieconjdn — Generally fsiir during the day. j with m>sh to brl*k northwesterly winds. The Dakotas— Generally fair: northerly . winds becomin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 October 1896

jßk 3§^ The Rich ar| d the Poor / \ *y^l^^s^ "v\ Seem to be something- of (^\ Y m V^~?&& campaign, and some of \, \y H e politicians appear to Y^^^J.^__^fiE&SK^ have tried to array them \ffi filiiit^ against one another. v %'^^W This situation is unfor tunate inasmuch as their interests are identical and both wish for the coun try's prosperity. in the matter of Clothing we make no discrim ination. Our least expensive suits are as honestly made and trimmed and as fashionable in cut as those suits of more expensive materials. Every man to his taste, according to his means, and the best value for a dollar that can be put into the goods is our platform. Don't let the excitement of the campaign make you unmindful of appearances, and come to us if you would dress well at small cost. BROWNING, KING & @. BEVENTH AND ROBERT STREETS. FIGHT WAS FIERCE AMMKIH ATHLETKS OK \EW YORK BATTLKn TO A HOT FINISH. WAR WAS ONE OF PEACE. Till: POI\T IWOLVKD WAS THE RE!'RKSEXTATiO\ O\ THE \....

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 20 October 1896

6 IT HELPS SHIPPERS I NORTHERN PACIFIC RAS REDICED THE MINIMUM WEIGHTS ON bHIXtiLES, ETC. EASIER TO LOAD A CAR NOW. CHANGE TO COXFORM WITH THE MINIMUM WKUiHTS OF THE GREAT NORTHERN. KEW LAND AGEXT APPOIXTED To Tiikr Charse of That Branch of the Northern Paeifle Uusiness —Local Railway News. The Northern Pacific rail'-oad has reduced the minimum weights on lum- 1 1 r and logs, shingles, etc., for cars ever thirty feet to thirty-three feet in clusive, to 22,000 pounds, while hereto- I fore the minimum weights have been j 2!. 000 pounds for oars o\ er inirty feet ' to thirty-four feet inclusive. The min imum weights are now as follows on the Northern Pacific railroad: On lumber and logs (other than flr) shin gles, fence posts, fence pickets, wooden tank material: When loaded in Northern Pacific railway cars other than refrigerators: Pounds Cars 30 feet or under 20,000 Cars over 30 feer 10 33 feet inclusive. . 22,000 Cars 24 ftet in length 24,000 Cars over 34 feet to 36 feet inclusive. ...

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. — 20 October 1896

SAVED BY A PRIEST BIT F I A WOMAN'S CONFESSION MVMLJ.A YVOIXD HIVE BEE'S SACKED. FIRST BLGW FOR FREEDOM WAS TO HAVE 11EEN THIS STIIK X 11V rBK NATIVES OF PHIL IPPINES. [BLAXDS Ol T OK SPAIN'S CONTROL. Inl.-x* the Prevent Troops Are Quickly Krlnforcrd There In Uaujit'i- of Klual Defeat. RAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Oct. 19.— Advices by the steamer P^ru from Singapore and Hons Kong state up to Stpt. 27 that the rebellion la the Phil iipine islands is much more serious than has been generally recognized. It is paid that the reports of defeats si-nt out by Spanish oll^cers have been greatly exaggerated and that, so far tbc rebels have more than held their own in the struggle for independence. It is stated the revolution is now be yond the control of the Spinish au thorities and that unless reinforce- V inents are sent to Manilla immediate ly the Spanish forces are in danger Cl final defeat. The rebels now hold the province of Cavite. are well or ganized and have 8.000 Mauser rifles. There are m...

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. — 20 October 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. RH^fe* 1 Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE WAS UfIhUGKY OfIGE THIRTEEN WAS THE TIMBER AIU RAIGNED IN THE DISTRICT COIRT YESTERDAY. WILLS AND ROSE WILL WAIT. THEIR CASES GO OVER FOR A TIME IIV JUDGE BRILL'S ORDER. ONE FORGERY CASE IS UNIQUE. Xeudant Shows Slj-iis of Insanity untl Will Re Given an Ei ii lit I nation. Thirteen individuals wham the grand Jury has indicted, appeared before Judge Brill yesterday forenoon for ar raignment. Warren Given pleaded guily, but not as indicted, for he was charged with grand larceny in the second degree in stealing from Michael Clos a railroad ticket from St. Paul to Duluth. Mr. Given confessed, however, that he had committed petit larceny. Three months in the workhouse was the fate allotted him. George Brazier, a youth of about eighteen years, pleaded not guilty to an indecent assault on Ellen Jensen, a child less than ten years old. The plea of Charles H. Meens, who is charged with the lar...

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. — 21 October 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 295. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflrUl^ Gl^Oß^. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, IN9O. Weather for Today — Fair and Warmer, PAGE 1. Train Robbers Foiled. James J. Hill Nails a Fake. Twelve Persons Drowned, Coos Bay. Ht'eimrutiou Is Again Heavy. Ruee Between Wheat and Silver. PAGF. 2. fonnt'll Not to Have a Page. Labor Honors Eogene V. Debs. The Coming of Gen. Palmer. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Registration 35.000, Flour City Without Water. Man Killed at an Elevator. I'AOE 4. Editorial. Joel P. Heatwole'a Hard Fight. PAGE ft. Bryan's Trip Through Ohio. Fusion a Fizzle In Georgia. Tom Watwon's Ultimatum. Winnipeg Crew Going to Henley. PAGE c. Harrison Stamping Indiana. Bar Silver, 67Jc. Cash Wheat in Chicago, 7«>4c. Stocks Strong and Higher. PAGE T. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. The Crow Wing-Cass Boundary. The Castles Are Held. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met.— Old Homestead, 2.30, 8.15. Grand— ln Old Kentucky, 2.30, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK— Arrived: Westernland, Ant werp. Sailed: Mannheim,...

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. — 21 October 1896

2 WOULD PUT Ofl flI D S ILO. STtTJSHAX THIXKS THE BOA til) OF AI.TJERIIEN \KKDS A PACK. THE MAJORITY LAUGHS AT IT. CHICAGO TIXEPHONE MAX WRITKS A FKW WORDS OF \VARM\(J TO ST. PAIL. CHAXCR TO BIV A tORVKIt LOT In luumMlialely Played on File— Aid. KiiliiuusUl Want* So sue 31«» re St-Siuul Trurlifrs. An attempt to endow the board of aldermen with dignity failed ignomini ously last night. The dignity sought to be conferred upon that body was a page, whose duty it would be to carry to the clerk's desk the various ordi nances, resolutions and preliminary or ders introduced by the aldermen. There are only eleven members in the body, and nut one of them occupies a seat more than fifteen feet distant from the desk. The effort for dignity made its ap pearance just before adjournment when Aid. Stutzman made his way unassisted to tho clerk's desk and handed up a paper. It proved to be a resolution, which, after some "whereasing" anent the rights, privileges and dignities ap pertaining to legisl...

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. — 21 October 1896

The Busiest Women's Cloak Department in the City. | The-Rymouth] Prices 25 Per Cent Lower Than Others. Today's Prices on Coats, Capes, Waists, Etc. We guarantee to be at the very least 25 per cent lower than exclusive cloak houses or dry goods store departments, qualities being equal. (No trash or old style goods at any price.) rik $8.00 Jackets for $5.90. jSjwVj.- . All-Wool Boucle, colors blue and / XjflnU?7)/s -^'^ black, reefer front, new $ET.9O v^***~SHßmr sleeve, storm collar. * r^Slf * $12.00 Jackets for $8.50. W J^Sr Beautiful All- Wool Two-Toned /T"\ "*"/>>* Frieze, inlaid velvet col- CQ .50 * ar an<^ cuffs, Franklin rj* front. This week ISi I //^V\ $12.50 Jacket for $10.00. /» in I -&i\ £\N. \ Fine finish Kersey, heavy weight, L ,^S vO" ■>. Jl lined throughout, also Beavers and V/~\ if )SsJy Boucle, equally well<R|^Noo I X made. This week, | ll ' VjJ j (/}/ $8.00 Cape for $6.50. X I Splendid Kersey Double Cape, full \u sweep, with two-inch bandjfi JT* _5...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 October 1896

4 THE BfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE QLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE 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 nnd Sunday, per Month .M> Daily nnd Sunday, Six Months - $2.T5 Daily and Sunday. One .Year - |5.00 Datly Only, per Month .4O Daily Only, Six Months f2JJS Daily Only, One Year f 4.00 Sunday Only, One Ye** fI.BO ■Weekly. One Tear fI.OO TODAY'S WEATHEIJ. WASHINGTON. Oct. 20.— Forecast for ■Wednesday: Minnesota— Fair, warmer; westerly winds. Wisconsin— Fair; slightly warmer; light Westerly winds. The Dakotas— Fair and warmer; southerly winds. Montana— Fair; warmer in eastern portion; westerly winds. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States Department of Agriculture, "Weather Bureau, Washington, Oc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 October 1896

jrHTif Better /i\ ill Than Gold jß«F^^\ ■ <^ii£^|> Is the satisfaction of a good j^T^TtP investment. The enjoy l]!^! ment of the things that 1/ |v V^ money will buy is greater u^-** than the mere possession of the money itself. We don't know of any better way to spend a few dollars just now than in a light-weight overcoat of the sort that we are showing. Noth ing adds more to a man's good appearance than such a coat, besides the real comfort of it; and nowhere else can so much style and fine finish, combined with honest quality in a garment, be had as of the largest manufacturers in the country, namely: BROWNING^ KING & @. BEVEtfTH AND ROBERT STREBTB. FUSIOfi fl FIZZIiE ULTIMATUM OF THE POPULISTS RE JECTED BY THE DEMOCRATS OF GEORGIA. WATSON ON THE GROUND. NO CHANGE IN THE SITUATION FOL LOWED ON THE NOMINEE'S AR RIVAL. ffHE DEMOCRATS WERE AGREED. Looked on the Populist Proposition as Being; in Itself nn Insult to Their Party. 'ATLANTA, Go., Oct. 20.— Fusion in Georgia seom...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 21 October 1896

6 HARRISON IS OUT DBMVERS TEX SPEECHES IN IXUI- A.\A FOR SOIMJ HONEY AND M'KIXXEY* OVATIONS ALONG THE LINE. PEOPLE OIT IX FORCE TO HEAR A\U CHEER THE EX-PHESI DEXT, DEFENDS HONOR OF THE NATION. Consider* (be Democratic Federal luterferenoe Plunk In One of the Addresnei*. ■RVAXSVILLE. Ind.. Oct. 20.— Gen. Harrison arrived at Evansville at 8 o'clock this evening, havin? made ten speeches during the day. Everywhere there were great crowds and every where great interest was manifested. At Worthingrton he spoke for thirty minutes, confining himself to a discus sion of the silver question. At Ed wardsport he spoke briefly. At Bush rod he addressed several hundred min ers who had gathered. At Vincennes the silver question was again the topic. Referring to Mr. Bryan's declaration that we can have bimetallism with free coinage, he said: I say wo cannot. This government is a great aaci stroi.g government, but it can not fix the value of everything. If you want to know v,-hat anything is worth...

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