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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 2 November 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE ao SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Alexander Johnson was struck by an elec tric car at Washington and Fourth avenues north yesterday while crossing the tracks, and sustained minor injuries. He was re moved to the city hospital, and was resting comfortably at midnight. Coroner Kistler impaneled a jury yesterday to inquire into the dea.h of George Cowan, who was fatally injured by a train at Hop kins Friday, dying at the city hospital last evening. The investigation was not con cluded, an adjournment being taken until Wednesday. Andrew Lindqulst was yesterday arrested on a warrant issued on complaint of a man named Dalton, and served by Patrolman Dahl, charging assault and battery. The offense, as alleged, was a severe attack on the complainant. Lindquist was released on bail. Thalia Lamont Locke, wife of Dr. David A. Locke, of Sllngerland, New York, and until a short time ago teacher of elocution in the North Side high school, of this city, died Nov. 1 ...

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 November 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PttBtrSHEO EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR- FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 4W-. TEMPLB COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. „ WASHINGTON MJRBAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept nn hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Dally a«d Sandar, per Month .50 Daily and Sunday, Six Months - f 2.T5 Dally and Sunday, One Year - f 5.00 Dally Only, per Month AO Daily Only, Six Monthi «2.2G Dally Only, One Year - - *4.00 Sunday Only, One Yenr - - - - - ?1.80 Weekly, One Year $1.00 TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Nov. I.— Forecast for Monday: Minnesota and the Dakotas— Cloudy weather; occasional light rain or snow; north erly winds. Wisconsin— Partly cloudy weather; occa sional light rains Monday night; slightly warmer; fresh to brisk southerly winds. Montana— Fair; northerly winds. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States Department...

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 November 1896

11l JESUS' DiflOElu IS SET THE NEWEST JEWEL OF THE SALVATION ARMY. CHILD GIVEN TO THE CAUSE, WITH IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES, AT THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH LAST NIGHT. ARMENIA IS A BENEFICIARY Of the Hits Meeting Held There Last Night by Commander Booth- Tuelter. Commander Booth-Tucker, of the Salvation Army, held a bright-eyed in fant in his arms on the platform of the People's church last night, while 1,500 spectators, many of whom were women, stretched their necks to catch a sight of the babe, whose dainty white gar ments fell in long folds over the arm of the commander. When the infant was hoisted up in full view, it was all the ladies could do to keep from ap plauding, and one or two-gloved hands were raised impulsively. The baby was the son of Capt. and Mrs. Jewell. The reason why the com mander had the little one in his pos session was that he was going to dedicate the infant to the serv ice of the Salvation Army. The baby appreciated the seriousness of the oc casion, for it refrained fr...

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. — 2 November 1896

6 DAYS Of SUSPENSE USUAL ANTE-ELECTION DULLNESS NOT SO APPARENT THIS YEAR. GROWTH OF CONFIDENCE - IN NO SMALL MEASURE DUE TO THE STRESGTH OF AMERICAN STOCKS ABROAD. "THAT FLURRY IN CALL MONEY Caused l»y Temporary Stringency— Henry ClewV Weekly Review of Wall Street. NEW YORK, Nov I.— ln his weekly review of the financial situation, Henry Clews says: in Wall etreet, as In all other branches of bus ness, everything Is still held in more or less suspense until the outcome of the elec tion has been declared. Nevertheless, up to Thursday, there has been no Interruption to the growing firmness In the stock market, and prices made a further advance of 1 to 2 points, due as much to the protective precau tions of the "bears" as to me growing confi dence of the "bulls," and in no small meas ure to the exceptional strength of Americans at London. Thursday morning, an appar ently preconcerted attack was made along the entire line, attended with a marking up of the rate of interest on call loans...

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. — 2 November 1896

DOWN ft QUARTER th-adE 'i\* tMe "Wheat pit was LIGHT AND PRICES DE CLINED. OTHER MARKETS ALL QUIET. CORN A\D OATS WERE COMPARA TIVELY STRONG AND MADE SMALL ADVANCES. NORTHWEST RECEIPTS SMALLER. As a Dullish Factor This Was Offset by the Failure of Liverpool to Respond. CHICAGO, Oct. 31.— The observance of "Flag day" and the nearnes3 of election made trade in the wheat pit very light today, prices suffering a decline of Vie. Other markets were quiet, but camparatively strong, corn advancing Vie, oats %c and provisions 7%@ 10c. The influence of the strength displayed by wheat on the open board yesterday after noon, when the price of December touched 74c, waa still felt at the opening today, not withstanding the fact that the quotations from Liverpool showed an almost entire absence of sympathy with Friday's advance on this side of over 1c per bushel. Opening prices for December ranged from 73% cto 73% c, but after the opening flurry the tendency for an hour or so was downward, and a g...

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 November 1896

b fIhIHOST PERPETUAL "BRIDGEPORT MAN THINKS HE HAS FOUND MEANS TO MULTIPLY POWER. MAKES A GIGANTIC CLAIM. WITH HIS XEW MACHINE A SMALL ENGINE WILL RUN LARGE HILLS, BOW THE WORK IS DONE BY IT. Air Compressors Store Atvay Motion and Power In a Larue. Tank. Kew York Journal. Hidden away inside a vast, barn-like building on. the manufacturing out skirts of Bridgeport, Conn., is a strange ■machine unlike anything that a man ever built before. The building is of heavy boards, tightly, joined, and in color is like a gray day in the fall. A lettered warn ing to the passerby to keep his distance unless he has a permit to enter is on the door next the street. High up on the face of the great grim structure is painted: "The Chaquette Power Com pany." The letters are immense and the leg end reaches away across the building. But no sound of groaning machinery comes from "Chaquette's Power Fac tory," such as the name would sug gest. Silence reigns there. There are no smut-faced engineers or stoke...

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 November 1896

VOE. XIX.— NO. 308. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. P/WJI^ G^OB^. TUESDAY, NOV. 3, 1800. Weather for Today — Rain or Snow. PAGE 1. Final Statements From the Leaders. Both Side*) Confident. Bynum's Final Statement. PAGE 2. End of <a m pal n n in St. Paul. Globe's Bulletin Service, Late Political Gossip. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Stillwater Affairs. Nevrs of the Northwest. Close of the Dnlnth Contest. PAGE 4. Editorial. National Democratic Platform. PAGE 5. The YVind-I'p at Canton. Bryan's Last Day on the Road. PAGE 6. Heavy Grain Trade Record. News of the Hallways. Bar Silver 05c. Cash Wheat ln Chicago 73Jc. Stocks Make an Advance. PAGE 7. Cost of Mall Transportation. Famine Serious in India. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. Postmaster Smith's First Day. Farmers' Congress for St. Paul. Judge Albert Edgerton Dead. TODAY'S EVENTS. Metropolitan — Monbars, 8.15. Srand— A Boy Wanted, 8.15. 9larket Hall— Cathedral Bazaar, 8. Newspaper Row — Globe Bulletins, Eve MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK. Nov...

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 November 1896

2 SfUNT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Scarlet fever is reported at 62 lglehart street. The board of county commissioners, at its regular meeting yesterday morning, allowed a number of biiis and adjourned until 2:SO p. m. next Thursday. Theri wilt be a meeting of all the chair men cf G;anu Army committees on the evening of Nov. 10, at which time re ports will be presented. The postofflce will do business as usual to day. The district court will not be in ses sion, nor will 'he offices in the county court house be opcu for business. Miss Mary Thomson will give a lesson on » "Salads'' this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the rooms of the Young Women's Friendly as sociation, 435 Jackson street, corner Seventh. The next talk on "Timely Topics," under the auspices of the Young Men's committee of the Fi:st Baptist church, will lake place next Monday evening. There will be a de ba-e on the propositi:)ii : "That the present restrictions upon immigration into this coun try art righi and proper." THE B...

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 November 1896

i MINNEAPOLIS.! _^____ OFFICE 2D SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. A residence at 1115 Hennepin avenue was damaged by Are Sunday night to the extent of $200. During the month of October 232 building permits were issued, representing a total es timated value of $116,270. Harry Mover was arrested yesterday after noon charged with embezzlement by John McMahon. It is alleged that Moycr stole a horse from McMahon. E. M. Sloan, the agent charged with the embezzlement of $300 from D. E. Ryan & Co.. commission company, was held to the grand jury in $750 bonds yesterday morning by Judge Holt. Mrs. Johanna Woods, widow of Rev. John Woods, formerly nf Newport. N. Bu, and mother of Charles 11. Woods, died at the lat ter's residence, 3 Tenth street south, Sunday at the age of ninety-six years. The funeral will take place tomorrow at 2 p. m. from the residence. The funeral of W. L. Mattson took place yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his residence, 319 Fourth avenue northeast....

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 November 1896

4 THE PfIHY GLOBE . is~PUii.ISHEb EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, •COR. FOVBTH AND 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, 1485 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Parable ln Advance. Dally aud Sunday, per Month .">0 Dally and Sunday, Six TBonttn - f 2.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, -ter Honth ----- .40 Dally Only, Six Months -- - - £2.28 Dally Only, One Year f 4.00 Sunday Only, One Year - -• - - f IJtO Weekly, One Year »1.00 THE WEATHER. United States Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. Washington, Nov. 2, 6:48 p. m. Local Time, 8 p. m. 75th Meridian Time.— Observations taken at the -same mo ment of time at all stations. TEMPERATURES. Place. Tern. | Place. Tern. St. Paul 3SQu'Appelle 36 Duluth 40iM'nnedosa 32 Huron 26iWiunipeg 32 Bismarck 2...

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 November 1896

WlfllMJP AT CAflTOfl JMYJ. M'KINLEY CALM AND LIKE HIS MANAGERS, CONFIDENT AND HAPPY. WHOLE CITY TURNED OUT. THOI SANDS OK MEN MARCHED AND THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN CHEERED. HE DECLINED TO EXPRESS A VIEW. Fixed Rule of This Camnalan Ob served by the Republican Nom inee to the End. CANTON, 0., Nov. 2.— On the even ing of the election Gov. McKinley feels serenely confident of success in the presidential struggle which culminates tomorrow. Throughout the excitement of the day, while visiting delegates have come and gone, and the McKin ley cottage has been besieged with long lines of eager enthusiastic crowds, Gov. McKinley has maintained the same calm, cheerful and confident air that has marked him throughout the campaign. Tonight he declined, in re sponse to direct requests, to make a public expression on the outlook. He has been asked many times for ex pressions, but has preferred to speak only through his speeches, and he ad heres to this rule to the last. His manner speaks quite as for...

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 November 1896

(3 HEAVY GRAIJi TRADE RECORD AT HEAD OF THE LAKES EXCEEDS ALL PREVIOUS MONTHS 8Y FULLY 14,000 CARLOADS. KEARLY 25,000 CARLOADS WERE RECEIVED THERE LAST MONTH. FOURTEEN MILLION BUSHELS The Aggregate Amount of Grain Re ceived There for Grinding; or Transshipment. The reports filed with the railway and warehouse commission for the | month of October show that the grain j traffic at the head of the lakes sur- j passed anything every experienced. ! The footings of the receipts were a great surprise even to the members of ; the commission. It was expected that the traffic would break the record, but not by 4,000 carloads. The total number of carloads of grain received at Duluth during the month of September was 23.255. Sup posing each car contained 600 bushels j It would make a grand total of 13,979, --000 bushels, or enough to fill a dozen of the biggest elevators in the country, j Of course it must be remembered that j these receipts do not consist wholly of ! wheat, for the cargoes wer...

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 November 1896

UflCliE SAfll'S Pill THE COST OF ITS TRANSPORTA TION SHOWN BY AN ANNUAL REPORT. IT RUNS INTO MILLIONS. ESTIMATES FOR THE COMING YEAR ALSO COXTAIN SOIIE LARGE FIG IRES, A REORGANIZATION IS URGED. It Contemplates a Supervision Over Star Routes and a Mcrt- Eyuitr. hie Basis of Salaries. WASHINGTON. Nov. 2.— The annual report of Second Assistant Postmaster General Charles Neil shows the annual rate of transportation of mails at the end of the fiscal year to be $48,523,932, of which $47,993,067 was for inland mail anil the remainder for the foreign serv ice. For inland mail the cost is an in crease of $1.G56,829 for the year. The an nual travel in star service alone was over 122,000,000 miles. The report says the experiments with the horseless wagons to be tried this winter will, it is hoped, prove successful, and they are expected to be much less expensive than horse wagons. Concerning pneu matic tube service, only one tube, at Philadelphia, now being in active serv ice in the entire po...

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 November 1896

8 Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R^tll Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TOO QUIET BY HALF EX-MAY OB ROBIIRT A SMITH'S FIRST DAY AS POSTMASTER OF ST. PAIL. IT WAS SO VERY DIFFERENT THAT HE COILD HARDLY KEEP REMEMBERING WHERE HE YVAS AT. >__*_> IT RATHER DEPRESSING. lie Expects to Get Down to the Quiet Routine in a Week or Two. When Postmaster Smith drew the curtains of his bedroom yesterday morning he saw the solitary figure of a policeman lounging along through the rain that was falling on Summit avenue as well as in Swede hollow. He shivered at the outlook, and mut tered something about this being good "Democratic weather, but when the vai et brought in his boots and shaving water the postmaster made the further remark, that if he wasn't postmaster he'd be tinkered if he would go down town in such a storm. "If Pat O'Brien was as well broke in to my ways of doing business as he will be this time next week, I could lie here and read the papers and take ...

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 November 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 309. SOUND MONEY SWEEPINGLY SUCCESSFUL People of the Nation by a Decisive Verdict Prove How Dear Is National Honor. THE WHOLE HIDDLE WEST SWEPT. Tremendous riajorities for McKinley Given in Illinois, lowa, Wisconsin and Indiana. M'KINLEY'S OWN STATE WITH HIM, Bryan Buried in Ohio Under a Majority That Will Be at the Least 100,000. EMPIRE STATE VOTE OVERWHELMING. New York and Pennsylvania flcKinley fla= jorities Can Be Counted by Hundred Thousands. / — Pluralities — , Total Mc- Bry- Mc- Bry- Vote. Kinley. an. Kinley. an. Alabama 11 .. 11 30,000 Arkansas 8 . . 8 35,000 California , 9 9 .. 4,500 Colorado 4 . . 4 100,000 Connecticut. 6 6 .. 40,000 Delaware 3 3 .. 1,000 Florida 4 .. 4 10,000 Georgia 13 .. 13 30,000 Idaho 3 . . 3 18,000 Illinois 24 24 .. 100,000 Indiana 15 15 .. 15,000 lowa 13 13 .. 50,000 Kansas 10 10 .. 10,000 Kentucky 13 .. 13 15,000 Louisiana 8 .. 8 20,000 Maine 6 6 .. 45,000 Maryland 8 8 .. 20,000 Massachusetts 15 15 .. 125,000 Michigan 14 14 .. 15,000...

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 November 1896

2 Fourth 172 97 Fifth 159 53 Beventh 149 Ninth W 78 Tenth P 16 Eleventh 191 58 Totals 1.377 764 THIRI> WARD. Prwinct. McKinley. Bryan. First. 107 57 Second 48 41 Third 52 55 Fourth 11* 6S Fifth 13S 72 Sixth I<-'" 88 Seventh 191 86 Eighth 219 144 Totals 974 609 FOURTH WARD. Precinct. McKinley. Bryan. First 150 91 Third 116 78 Fri-rth PS 57 Fifth W 10* Sixth 178 M Ninth UB 93 Eleventh 140 89 Twelfth 143 75 Totals 1.051 799 FIFTH WARD. Precinct. McKinley. Bryan. First 81 91 Second 142 87 Third 76 71 Fifth 95 91 Sixth 849 137 Seventh 109 89 Eighth 145 145 Ninth 93 150 Eleventh 40 60 Thirteenth 114 16S Fourteenth SS 94 Totals 1,232 1,201 SIXTH WARD. Precinct. McKinley. Bryani First 82 107 Second 154 140 Thiid 162 112 Fourth 86 88 Fifth 22 27 Sixth 52 65 Seventh 136 122 Eighth 100 118 Ninth 167 125 Tenth 123 164 Eleventh 123 123 Twelfth 81 77 Thirteenth HO 125 Totals 1.408 1,393 SEVENTH vVAHIX Precinct. McKinley. Bryan First 293 116 Second 353 54 Third 289 23 Fourth 337 44 Fifth 296...

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. — 4 November 1896

VR. BRYAN'S BUHGH NKimVSKA IN DISPUTE, BIT MAY GO FOR THE BOY j ORATOR. THE SOUTH WELL IN LINE. LARGE MAJORITIES GENERALLY GIVEN THERE FOR THE DEMO CRATIC NOMINEE. •TEWESSEE IS STILL IN DISPUTE. The Democrats Are the Braver in Their < Ihliiih an to the Final Outcome. OMAHA. Neb.. Nov. 3.— The following "tvas issued at 1 a. m. to the Associated Press: . We will carry the state by 15. tOO. and elect all congressmen, entire state 'ick^t and legis lature. —James C Oahlman, Chairman Democratic State Committee. Lincoln. Neb.. Nov. 3.— While chairman Post is still publicly claiming Nebraska for McKinley, at his office, In* really regards the state as doubtful and possibly as lost. Returns so far received are so meager as to render it j impossible to give a very intelligent ■ opinion, but so far as they go they ln- ] dicate losses sufficient to give the state to Bryan by about 6.000 if maintained. The majority will certainly very small either way. Chairman Mana han. of the Lancaster coun...

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. — 4 November 1896

4 THE DAILY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY at newspaper row, COR. FOURTH ANIJ MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE. St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. "Payable In Advance. Dally nntl Sunday, per Month ..lO Dally nnd Snnday, Six Month- - J>2.75 Dally and Sanday, One Year - ?5.00 Dally Only, per Month - 40 Daily Only, Sim Month* $2._5 Daily Only, One Year ------ $4.00 Sunday Only, One Year ----- 91.50 "Weekly, One Year -------- $1.00 TODAY'S WEATHER. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States Department of Agriculture, "Weather Bureau. Washington, Nov. 3. 6:48 p. m. Local Time, S p. m. 75th Meridian Time.— Observations taken at the same moment of time at all stations. TEMPERATURES. Place Tem.lPlare. Tern. St. Paul '?.S|Battleford 28 ■ Duluth 81 (Prince Albert 48 , Huron J* Cal...

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. — 4 November 1896

dsSHs. The Bundle /3|^fe/Boy pi ■■ encounters the people with whom 1 _L^i"9^ we Dus i n€ss * He knows whether jy *«f \^/ or not you are content with your \|r purchase. If 3*oll are not, he knows that it is his business to bring- the Suit or the Overcoat, or whatever it may be, back to us. But he knows that he isn't called upon to do so, and if you will buy your clothes of the Manufac turer, with the Manufacturer's guarantee as to quality and fit, you will soon appreciate why it is that the boy never encounters any complaints. We couldn't ask our old friends to come to us twice if we didn't please them the first time. BROWNING, KING & CO. Seventh and Robert, St. Paul, Minn. PARALYZED BY HORNETS. Experience of a Pacific Coast Fish erman. Portland (Or.) Correspondence Baltimore American. U. E. Stillwell and James Ingram. members ot a party of tour who left Dcs Moines, 10., something over a month ago for a hunting and fishing trip in the Northwest, arrived here the other morning and...

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. — 4 November 1896

• TIRED SALESWOMEN. EMPLOYERS SHOULD BE MORE CONSIDERATE. Interesting Statement by a Young Lady in Brooklyn. In the vast retail establishments of large cities, many women are em- j ployed as saleswomen. Men formerly held the positions that the same work. Their duties ■ compel them to be on their feet from j morning' to night, and many of them, ; in a short time, contract these dis- j tressing complaints called '-female I diseases.*'' Then occur irregularities, suppressed ! or p..inful menstruation, weakness, indigestion, leucorrhcea, general de- , bility and nervous prostration. They are beset with such symptoms j as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, ex- J citability, irritability, nervousness, j sleeplessness, melancholy, " all-gone " j and " want-to-be-left-alone " feelings, bines and hopelessness. In such cases there is one tried and j true remedy. Lydia K. Pinkhams \ Vegetable Compound at once removes ! much troubles. The following is a sample : '• My dear Mrs. Pinkham :— After w...

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