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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 29 SOLTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Gov -elect Frank A. Briggs, of North Da kota, is at Hampshire Arms. He intends to go South with his family as soon as his in- Valid daughter is well enough to travel. Commencing with a matinee tht3 afternoon at 2:30. the Bijou announces the engagement of the comedy extravaganza, "A Boy Want ed." Rev. E. P. Ingersoll, of St. Paul, will de liver an address before the Students' Chris tian association of the university this evenirg at the First Congregational church. His subject will be "Martin Luther." John C'.eary, crazed by drink, attempted to take his life yesterday afternoon at the cemral police sta:ion by hanging himself in Cell No. 8. Cleary had been arrested by Officer Con roy on a charge of drunkenness. He made a fight, but the officer got him into the cell after a liitle trouble. "The Gay Parisians" promises new fun at the Metropolitan tonight. This piece comes to Minneapolis with tlie most enthusiastic in dorse...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

16 saMt paUl SOCIAL. The effect of election and all its at tending excitement was felt quite dis tinctly in the social world, even though the fair women who rule that world could not vote and took little part in the actual campaign. Election lunch eons and sound money card parties have been the favorite mode of enter taining, and at some of the receptions and entertainments given recently nothing less than a straw vote would satisfy the patriotic impulses of the hostess and her merry guests. Red, white and blue decorations prevailed indoors and out, and on election night there were a number of informal en tertainments at homes on Summit ave nue gotten up for the purpose of al lowing the women an opportunity of hearing the election returns with the world in general, and not suffering the inconvenience and disagreeableness of the public gatherings where returns were heard. Those who did not care to receive reports at home went to the People's church, where returns were received all of...

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. — 8 November 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Strength.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. InWStl Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SAINT PAUL SOCIAL OF FI'TLRE INTEREST. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Distler, of 905 Sher bui ne avenue, were tendered a surprise Thursday evening by a large number of their friends. Cards and dancing were the features of Uie evening. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sessions, Mrs. A. E. Brunei); Misses Walsh. Stindle, Reynolds, Rylie, Gardner, Birch, llaynes, Milyn. King. Godfrey, Eder, Haas. Pinnie. Nelson. Peterson, Junquist, Armstrong. Berberick, Dubeaux, Brayton, Johnson, Loomis, llagerty. Vilsmeyer, Good win. Laudin, King. Hirley, MeGrath, Carroll, Tracy, Biglow, Saxton, Staples, Glover, Brown, Heffren; Messrs. Arrigan, Krlega, Jefferson, Lee, Coyne, Boxer, Stewart, Her i-hey. Grau. Brat ton, McCabe, Rylie, Toomy, l'omeroy, Keliy. Armstrong. Egan, Berward, Gurwell, Pussy, Warren, McDonald, Albrecht, Lewis, Claney. Purse, Moosley, Bur bank. Messenger. Wallace. Cooper, Mont gomery, Sprague, Darr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

18 ■ Special Correspondence of the Globe. NEW YORK, Nov. s.— With the bIOS- ; soming of the chrysanthemums bo- ; gin the season's gayeties and friends j separated during the summer months get together, and over their teas tell dainty little secrets about now gowns and other paraphernalia belonging to j the society belle. Perhaps Mrs. Mori- ! arty and Mrs. McOinty talk on fall and | winter styles, too, though doubtless J "Mayme's and Jamsey's flannins" oc- i BUpy the minds of the more humble co- j teries, while superb costumes designed to thrill the behouders claim the at tention of the others. The past week j has been a busy one for the stores and ! the swell modistes. I have mentioned in detail all the I new stuffs of this fall and winter, j from the magnificent brocaded satins to calico and to Er.g "ish merino, through all the woolens, and nothing is left ex cept to tell how the new goods look when made up. and to give a little at tention to the minor matters. Of those let me say ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

[10 DISGRACE I|l IT ' ■ - — — r- i ' MWKSI.TA KLF.VF.N UKKKATKO IN \ TIIK CONTEST WITH THIS WOI.VKHIM'.S. ["HE GAME OF THE SEASON. SKI-l -MA II KKIvHiIS HAVE JU.ASON TO ______ PROI I. Oi' THE RECORD ■41MB. UCH MADE ONE TOK HHOWN*. k\ «»l\ criiit'N Men- Lucky in lli-inj. Able lo Kick ('on!. 11.-n.-t- the Score <l*"lo 4. Athletic prowess, endurance and skill. Inspired by Irrepressible enthusiasm from college boys and girls, held high carnival at the old Athletic park in Minneapolis Yesterday afternoon. It was a gains of football in which contested for the palp of victory men from two of.-the best state institutions of the country, the University of Michigan, tlie pride of the Wolverine state; the University of Minnesota, the star of the Upper Mississippi valley. The game proved the mettle of the j institutions represented, and was with out doubt one of the best games to be played between American colleges dur ing the 116 season. Beaten, but not , disgraced, was the message of the |...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

20 RiGhestMan in New/ Jersey NEW YORK, Nov. 6.— Three weeks ago today John Insley Blair, of Blairs town, N. J., celebrated the ninety fourtti anniversary of his birth. There would be nothing remarkable in this fact alone, for there are many men lh these parts who have lived to a very old age, but John l. Blair has achieved a considerable reputation through the public works he has planned and executed, and he has amassed a great fortune. He is espe cially well known in the West, where he has built many new railroads and developed others which were not pay ing properties until he took hold of them. His wealth is estimated to be from $40,000,000 to $50,000,000. He has practically founded the town in which he has spent the greater part of his life, and which commemorates his name, and has laid out no less than eighty others along the lines of rail roads which he has built. His name stands at the head of the great bank ing firm of John I. Blair & Co., at 33 Wall street, New York. Mem...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

KENTUCKY IS PC'S CARRIED BY THE SMALLEST ELEC TORAL MAJORITY IX ITS HIS TORY. LESS THAN SEVEN HUNDRED, j REPIBMCAX TOTAL SLIGHTLY IN CREASED BY THE OFFICIAL COIXT. MR. BRYAN MAY (iET AN ELECTOR. "Vote of One Democrat Increased h» Thone Who Marked Only the Head of the Ticket. LOUISVILLE, Ky„ Nov. 7.—To night brings no material change in the political situation in Kentucky. The Democratic headquarters give out no detailed figures to substantiate its claims of carrying the state for Bryan; while the Republican managers bolstei their assertions of success with tables embodying the majority of each can didate in all of the several counties | and districts. A call at Democratic headquarters tonight found a sign reading: "These headquarters closed." j The following is from Republican ; Chairman Roberts: Kentucky has gone Republican for the first j time in its history in a presidential year. ] Complete official returns from 111 counties j and reliable unofficial returns from the other i eig...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

22 SEE-SAW 111 WHEAT ERRATIC MOVEMENT OVER A MODERATE RANGE RESULTED IN LITTLE CHANGE. COARSE GRAINS HIGHER. CORN AND OATS SCORED ADVANCES INDEPEINDENT OF THE WHEAT TIT. FEEa.ING DEVELOPED WAS EASIER j The Course of the Market in Part Due to the Influence of Liver pool Cables. CHICAGO. Nov. 7.— Wheat was extremely erratic today, within 2%c range, and closed | practically unchanged. Corn and oats moved over Vie range, closing %c lower and %c j higher respectively. Provisions improved j slightly; pork advancing 10c, lard and ribs | £%<• each. There was a good trade and an j active broad market. The feeling developed ln wheat was somewhat easier early on gen- , eral unloading and taking of profits, and after j this se'ling pressure ceased, the market again turned up, selling to 79% c for Decem ber and Btifcc for May. witlt final figures showing little Change. The action of the market was due partially to Liverpool ad vices, the advance there not coming up to expectations, considerin...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

SITUATIONS OFFERED— FEMALE. BOOKKEEPER— Lady bookkeeper wanted; double entry (grocery business); none but experienced need to apply. Address X 12, Globe. COOK— Girl competent as cook and laundress at Mrs. Simpson's, 2 Monroe place, foot _East Ninth st. DRESSMAKER— Wanted, dressmaker to sew for nice room, and board if desired. Call at once. 518 Forrest St.. city. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a ycuns girl to as sist with general housework. Call 427 s.el by ay. HOUSEWORK— A neat, competent girl for general housework; must be a good cook, none other need apply; call mornings at 174 College ay., first flat. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a girl for general housework. Apply at 176 Summit ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a good .jirl for gen oral housework. Apply at 176 Summit ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, general housework girl for family of four; references required. 219 Plo.o.- ant ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, competent girl for general housework; must be good cook; •- family of two. 771 Selby ay. HOUSEWORK— Wanted, a woman for ho...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 8 November 1896

24 BIiOUGH DROPS fl BIT BIT HE STILL HAS A COMFORT • ABLE PLURALITY OF OVER 3,300. M'KINLEY STILL CLIMBING. HE NOW LEADS MR. BRYAN BY A TRIFLE MORE THAN 53,000. ROSEAU, CASS AXD PI\E ARE IN. The Total Vote for MeKinley and Bryuu Now Foots Up More Than 327,000. Official returns came in yesterday from Cass, Roseau and Pine counties and corrections from several other lo calities. The figures made a consid erable increase in the total vote, added over 1.500 to Mr. McKinley's plurality, and took about 1,000 from Mr. dough's plurality. The returns are now so complete that but slight further changes will be made. The result in figures is as follows: Counties. MeKinley. Bryan. Clough. Lind Aitkin 855 344 746 441 Ax,oka 1,488 765 1,546 852 Becker 1,479 985 1.360 1,136 Beltrami 402 185 390 170 Benton 620 744 662 872 Big Stone 998 707 909 871 Blue Earth 4,055 2,744 3,428 3,310 Brown 1.786 1.394 1.389 1.954 Carlton 1,150 580 1,120 600 Carver 1.689 1.057 1,450 1,327 Cass 351 271 303 283 Chippewa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 314. BULLETIN OF TWE ST. PflrUL. Gl^OBt;. MONDAY, NOV. 9. Weather for Today— I. iK lit Snow; Warmer. PAGE 1. Congratulations for McKinley. Six Sink With the Waukesha. Secret Negotiations With Spain. Assistant P. __ General's Report. PAGE 2. James Race Seeks a Fortune. Novel Election Bets Paid. Rev. Stout on Love. Sabbath's Local Events. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. European Opinion on Election. PAGE 4. Editorial. PAGE 5. New York Horse Show Today. Sporting Gossip and Events. PAGE 0. Henry Clews' Weekly Review. Official City Notices. PAGE 7. World's Market Quotations. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. The Household. Vagrant Verse. TODAY'S EVENTS. Men— Man in the Iron Mask, 8.15. Grand — New York as It Is, 8.15. MOVEMENT OF STEAMSHIPS. NEW YORK, Nov. B.— Arrived: La Cham pagne, Havre; Yeendam, Rotterdam. Sailed: Georgia, Copenhagen. I&.VKE — Arrived: La Bretagne, New York. BOULOGNE — Sailed: Werkendam, New York. QUEENSTOWN — Sailed, Lucanla, New York. -_»» The ballot has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

o SfI INT PfIUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Gospel meetings will be held nightly this week at Atlantic Congregational church. The Red Men's dance, which was stated in yesterday's G1 o b cto otcur last night, real ly took place Thursday evening at Oxford hall. The choir boys of St. Peter's church. Day ton's Bluff, with the choirmaster and organ ist, entertained the mission at Post Siding, Karl and East 'Seventh streets, yesterday aft ernoon. The Young Men's Parish League of the First M. E. Church will give their second Mosaic this evening, to the parlors of thi church. Prof. J. F. Downey, of the state university, will lecture on "Shams,'' and John Rule, the' whistler of Minneapolis, and Prof. W. G. Reynolds will assist musically. Following the programme there will be a so __ and light refreshments will be served. The Cleveland High School Literary and De bating society will give a musical and literary entertainment this evening at Assembly hall. Misses Flossie Ferrier, Laura Lamb, Ritch- j at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

The Approach of the Soon When Coushs and Bronchial and Lung tio,:bles prevail will remind many people that they have heard of ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. It is without doubt one of the very best remedies. fl DtUOJISIS, 25C, 50C GRd $! Q Boilß. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICE 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS Gl.OBl LES. Horace E. Johnson, deputy clerk of the dis trict <<uit, had his bicycle stolen from the new court house and city hall early last even ing. A man named McCormick was seen by Aid. Aaderaon Saturday evening helping himself to tome clothing in front of 1 aimer & Peter eon's clothing store on Washington avenue south. The alderman gave chase, captured the fellow and handtTd him over to the police. He is held at the south station charged with petit larceny. MAUL CITY PB_L9o>„___ Mli, Jessie Cronin has returned from Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Neill and Charles H. Netll have taken apartments at Hotel Vic toria for the winter. Miss Pearl Vorous left Saturday evening for l-*)s Ange...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

4 THE PfULY jIOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT XKWSPAPER'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 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete flies of the Globe always kept on hand for referenea. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable In Advance. Daily and Sunday, per Month .SO ; Daily and Sunday, Si_ Months - 92.75 j Daily and Sunday, One Year - S 5.00 ; . Daily Only, j»er Month .40 [ Daily Only, Six Month* #2.25 I Daily Only, One Year ------ «4.00 | Snnday Only, One Year - - - - - fI.BO j Weelily. One Year --fI.OO TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, Nov. B.— Forecast for Mon day: Minnesota and lowa— Threatening weath er and occasional light snow; wanner; light, variable winds becoming southerly. North and South Dakota — Threatening weather with occasional snow: warmer; south erly winds. Montana— Threatening weather with occa sional showers; warm...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

GOWS BIG EVENT A\"N» ati EXHIBITION OF THE NA TIONAL HORSE SHOAV ASSOCIA TION BEGINS TODAY, MORE HUMAN THAN EQUINE. AWARDING OP _______ TO BREED ERS BAM BS9C___B A SIDE ISSIE. chess experts are coming. Next Tournament to Be Held In America — Western Associa-tion Averages. NEW YORK. Nov. B.— All arrange ments are complete for the opening of the horse show in Madison Square Gar den tomorrow morning. It is the twelfth annual exhibition under the auspices of the National Horse Show Association of America, and while the entries for it are less numerous and the number of rich box holders less than in previous years, the show itself will, it is expected in other respects, be up to the standard of other shows. Nine of the Astors are among the box holders, and the death of Mrs. William H. Vanderbilt will leave the leaders of New York's swell set among the absent. The horse shew In recent years has been pronounced more a human show I than an equine exhibition, but while i this feature may not...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

0 GOLD IS HOW A DgUG EFFECT eF EI_3CTH>N HAS 8883 *FO LOOSEN CAPITALISTS' FVFiSB STRINGS. CONDITIONS MUCH IMPROVED. dkc!d:;i) advanch shown 1* the _________ stock mar- KET. -"HE ri'Tlllß LOOKS VER IT BHI-HT, _enfl<le»ee Is Known in n Pronpeet cf a Rfßennl of Business Activity. NEW YORK, Nov. B.— Henry Clews In his weekly review ef the financial situation says: The people have at last delivered thtir verdict on the Issups that have so long held them In alarm and paralyzed all their activities. The national vote is what all men of conservative judg ment had dovoutly hoped for. It is against free coinage and all the mis chief it has implied, and In favor of the strict maintenance of the constitutional lifeguards of public liberty and the permanent integrity of the union of statfß. An such. It Is a boon beyond all estimation valuable and assuring. ! It means that, through all the con- j fusion and sophistries attending the fr-c discussion of a most perplexing question, our people ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 9 November 1896

SEE-SAW IJi WHEAT ERRATIC MOVEMENT OVER A ' MODERATE HA\GE RESULTED IX LITTLE CHANGE. COARSE GRAINS HIGHER. | CORN AMI OATS SCORED ADVANCES j INDEPENDENT OE THE WHEAT PIT. PEELING DEVELOPED WAS EASIER The r__-_e of the Market in Part Due to the Influence of Liver pool Cables. CHICAGO, Nov. 7.— Wheat was extremely erratic today, within 2%c range, and closed practically unchanged. Corn and oats moved | over %c range, closing %c lower and %c higher respectively. Provisions improved slightly; pork advancing 10c, lard and ribs 2%c each. There was a good trade and an active broad market. The feeling developed in wheat was somewhat easier early on gen eral unloading and taking of profits, and after this selling pressure ceased, the market again turned up, selling to 79% c for Decem ber and S4%c for May, with final figures showing little change. The action of the market was due partially to Liverpool ad vices, the advance there not coming up to expectations, considering the bulge here yes t...

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. — 9 November 1896

8 •THE HOUSEHOLD: • • • • HEALTHFIL DISHES OF TRIPE. Desirable Ways of Serving the Poor Relation of the Meat Family. Some one, in speaking of tripe, called It "the poor relation in the meat fam ily." Tripe is, nevertheless, nutritious and exceedingly healthful, besides be ing one of the most easily digested of the animal foods. It is an inexpensive article of food, which is probably the reason why there is not a greater call for it. Tripe is one of the favorite breakfast dishes in England, and to many it is as acceptable as a beef steak, while it has the advantage of being much cheaper. It may' be cooked and prepared in such a manner that it makes a dainty, delicious dish. These recipes are worthy of a trial: Tripe when it comes from the butch er's is boiled or pickled. It should be soaked in salt and water, then thor oughly washed and again put into water and allowed to simmer a short time or until it is tender. This is a sure way of treating it, and when it has been so treated the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 November 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 315. BULLETIN OF TrtE ST. PflrUL. Gl^OBE;. TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 1890. Weatlier for Today- Fair and Colder. PAGE 1. England Gives in as to Venezacla. Spanish Outrages in Cnba. Prohibition Lost in South Dakota. New Trial in Rockefeller Suit. PAGE 2. Assembly Possibilities. Assembly Delays Action on a Loop. Star Chamber Election Count. Social Gossip of a Day. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Mill City Assembly Meets. Bell Telephone Case Heard. Shrewd Swindlers Exposed. PAGE 4. Editorial. Comment on Election Results. PAGE 5. Gold Pouring Into the Treasury. Shower of Meteorites Coming. Day's Athletic Events. PAGE 6. Final N. P. Bond Issue. Gossip of the Railways. Bar Silver 05c. Cash Wheat in Chicago 77 5-Bc. Bullish Sentiment in Stocks. PAGE 7. Gen. Mason Gives Some History. Queer Mankato Mystery. Wants of the People. PAGE 8. News of the Courts. Tillie Schrumpf's Assailant on Trial. Decision in Rockefeller Case. TODAY'S EVENTS. Met— Man in the Iron Mask, 8.15. Grand — New York a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 10 November 1896

2 SfllNT POUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. Judge Lochren and the court officials of the United States courts left last evening for Mankato. In the case of Ellen Manning against the city railway the jury found a verdict for the defendant. Emil Bereiter was sent to the reformatory yesterday. He was convicted by a jury of embezzlement. Judge Otis is hearing the divorce case of Minnie Loughlin against Dennis Loughlin. Tho latter is charged with drunkenness and cruelty. Leo Berahoff, the boy arrested by Patrol man Ahem. charged with violating the hotel runners ordinance, was discharged in the police court yesterday. Margaret Felzer was granted a divorce yes terday from Henry Pelzer on the ground of desert :cn. She was married in 1890 when she was sixteen years old. Mrs. M. C. Tuttle of 123 West Fourth street, prominent in a number of societies, met with an accident, falling on a sidewalk and break ing three ribs. She is improving. Acting Insurance Commissioner L'.ghtburn has decided to admit to Mi...

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