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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

FIVE GHftp Mm FREE TO READERS ■"""H"* THE -UL.OUE. 'OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. ♦THE MOST LIBERAL OFFER EVER MADE BY A XEWSPAPER TO ITS READERS. £REAT GIFTS BY THE GLOBE. "tTHE GLOBE WILL PAY YOUR TRAXS- I'ORTATIOX, SLEEPING CAR FARE, MEALS ON 1)1 \ING CARS AND HOTEL BILLS. -EVERY COMFORT PROVIDED. (THERE ARE NO BLANKS IN THIS GRAND CONTEST—EVERY CON TESTANT WILL WIN* A PRIZE. f\T REQUIRES RUT LITTLE EFFORT (To "Win a Free Trip to San Fraa clhco, to Portland, to Seattle and Tacoma, to Yellow itone Park or to M agaru Falls. Five grand tours, with no expense ■whatever, by steamship, stage arid railway! The Globe, with its usual enter- j prise, now beats its own record of last j summ-ar when it offered three grand j tours to its readers. It has for this | summer increased the number to five, j Five of the Globe's readers will en- j joy five of the grandest trips that can I ibe provided by steamship, stage and i railroad lines. To appreciate the mag- j , mitude of this grand offer of the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

10 fIOOSIEfIS MID OUT OVER 3,000 SPECTATORS WITNESS SERVICES BI^HE APOSTLES OVER THE REMAINS. HARRISON WAS THE HOODOO. TO HIM AND HIS BRIDE THE CHAM PIONS ATTRIBUTE THEIR DIS ASTER. MILLERS KNOW HOW IT IS. Buckeyes Dispose of the Flour City Aggregation as Easily as They Did of Apostles. St. Paul 11, Indianapolis 5. Columbus 8, Minneapolis 5. Kansas City 19, Grand Rapids 10. Milwaukee, 8, Detroit 7. Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent Detroit 37 24 13 .649 Indianapolis 33 20 13 .606 St. Paul 35 20 15 .571 Kansas City 37 21 16 .568 Minneapolis 38 20 18 .526 Milwaukee 41 20 21 .488 Columbus 40 14 26 .350 Grand Rapids ....37 10 27 .270 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Minneapolis at Columbus. Detroit at Milwaukee. Kansas City at Grand Rapids. The following table shows from what clubs games have been won and to what clubs games were lost: clubs. s g g SSS | * : 9 : s, 02, <■** m S : s* ; j*****:* •— »-• ® lri. • "< . . p, . ; I '„... , to ; Detroit — 3 2 4 3 1 5 6 24 .649 Indianapolis .... 1 — 1...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

«a::' :":' "" "* :': m" '"-"• ■ "Wk m% TU&. B** WHEELING-Our Bicycle De- ©g fi(3i lalC $|j5 partment has been the scene of JSgfcJ j^gj* s&| unusu.il activity the past week. )gS{ ||§ Prevailing §f ThVvictor for $100.00 i§ .^ The Belvidere C for.. §85.00 gS 599 P^K^ion 1® Theßelvidereßfor.. 575.00 W& 1-a^^IUII. TheßelvidereAfor. §85.00 |g £■»* 4 d fff* |j^g And last but by no means least, 2&! ST"/^-l^ DIS I*4 *m 5^5? our incomparable IyST )Z&ji ' «SS? **j3. cti> TSt \\ €~ 'V C I ¥2 ff^J {^4^ Terniß cash, or one-fourth down VC*-' 13 llj J V^J—JC *rr** jflßj and balance In six monthly pay- SS; 2|§ " m For $45*00. Si fc^jjjS We guarantee every wheel we jS^' •r?*^ H IIE>W ENGLAND FURNITURE & GfIRPET GO, M |%J One-Price Complete House-Furnishers, jijj^j s|p Jl Nos. 434-436 Wabasha St., St. Paul. Pp II .... ... .... .... .... .... ..- -.- .. : .- «P <%£, ''Only one wheel in the world to win; |P Only one wheel—lt's THE CRIHSON RIM 1" ag m This Year's Winners ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

12 Michaud's extra fancy patent flour, the best made, per sack, $1.85. Michaud's Leader patent flour; equal to others' best, per sack, $1.75. We are receiving daily fresh made 'butter of the highest grade from J. J. Hill s North Oaks farm, packed In one. three and five pound jars. Lovers of extra fine butter will surely be suited with this brand. olives^d _olTve oil. New crop Just being received; quality the finest in the land; prices very reasonable. LUNCH GOODS. Armour's four-ounce tins of potted ham or tongue, per tin, sc. 8 ounces of same, I : !i i tilXUTii: 10c. Imported French sardines, per can, 9c. Columbia river salmon, choice quality t per can- r 12 #a One pound can of corn beef, li ■ M 12c. ' Large-sized bottle of Queen olives, 25c. One full pint bottle of Lozenby's finest English pickles for Monday, 27c. MIGnfIUDBROS. LEADING GROCERS, Seventh and Wabasha. STILLWATER NEWS. High School Alumni Banquets— Week's Social Events. ' The Mountain Belle came up yesterday and departe...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

PAGES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 159. GE(I. FITZfIUGH LEE •GOSSIP A\D STORY ABOUT OUR NEW COXSI'L GENERAL TO CUBA. CHAT WITH HIM ABOUT WAR. HOW HE KILLED AX INDIAN CHIEF* AXD ESCAPED A HORRIBLE DEATH. TALKS OF HIS FAMOUS UXCLE, Of Grants Treatment of Lee and the Scene at Appomattox Court House. (Copyrighted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) WASHINGTON, June 4.—Before this letter is published Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will probably be in Havana acting as the American consul general and also as personal confidential adviser to Pres ident Cleveland as to the Cuban trou bles. He will for the time have the most important diplomatic post under our government, and he is, I believe, especially fitted for this position. Gen. Lee is a man of high culture, a sol dier of experience, and his life has been spent :n dealing with public men and affairs. I spent a morning with him here in Washington shortly before his appoint ment, and had a chat with him about himself and public matters. Just be fore meeting him...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

PAGES 13 to 20. VOL. XIX.—NO. 159. GEfl. FITZHUGH LEE GOSSIP AM} STORY AIIOIT OUR NEW CONSUL GENERAL TO CUBA. CHAT WITH HIM ABOUT WAR. IM)\V HE KILLED AX INDIAN CHIEF AND ESCAPED A HORRIBLE DEATH. TALKS OF HIS FAMOUS UNCLE, Of Grant* Treatment of Lee and tlie Scene at Appomattox Court House. (Copyrighted, ISDG, by Frank G. Carnenter.) WASHINGTON, June 4.—Before this letter is published Gen. Fitzhugh Lee will probably be In Havana acting as thp American consul general and also as; personal confidential adviser to Pres ident Cleveland as to the Cuban trou bles. He will fur the time have the most important diplomatic post under our government, and he is, I believe, especially fitted for this position. Gen. Lee is a man of high culture, a sol dier <>i' * xperience, and his life has been spent :n d-vanny with public men and affairs. 1 spent a morning with him here in Washington shortly before his appoint ment, and had a chat with him about himself and public matters. Just be fore m...

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. — 7 June 1896

14 JUI I The Anticipator. m "<sg».j —- ZZZIZZZ — ~~~?» raojt THE SKETCH. •'Of course, I admit it isn't plagiar ism," said Carter Esplan, savagely: "it's fate, it's the devil, but is it the less irritating on that account? No. no!" And he ran his hand through his hair until it stood on end. He shook "with febrile excitement, a red spot burned on either cheek, and his bitten Up quivered. "Confound Bur fr.rd, and his parents and his ances tors! The tools to him that can handle them," he added, after a pause, during which his friend Vincent curiously con sidered him. "It is your own fault, my dear wild man," said he; "you are too lazy. Be sides, remember these things—these motions, motives—are in the air. Orig inality is only the art of catching early worms. Why don't you do the things as soon as you invent them?" "Now you talk like a bourgeois, like a commercial traveler," returned Es plan angrily. "Why doesn't an apple tree yield apples when the blossoms are fertilized? Why wait fo...

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. — 7 June 1896

T^EVEK BEFORE have goods been sold jj Q - , <2_g. jj^^ O f»Ai Anrr\ so low. An opportune time to make pur- jj T *V/^P [C^%^>^ S^ _^«^ 8 which bear convincing evidence that this is 8 \ iSS^^^T^^^^^-^fe^^H*^^^^^^ DD F S fr O*o Fl unquestionably the store for Economical JS \ jtfTl&^^fSk jz'':^% «1 JiilroWOy*"^^^ B B j |PB ffg*- 0 VJ.V^V>f hJ ±J • nXmA T#heirß^ mn Wi 111 gfl P1 ]» 888 i"4 JBPhBP^" Specials for Konday and Tuesday. 1/UillCo lIWJ f> Ul d|JCI SCbe « \ I|*^L'R^ nr^p^^ffi^^^Wf' l*^Rly'? >< The success which has crowned our efforts T'nbl hiri . ri Vv. ' .' _ jj \ W S^^ft^^lSl I■l;^sf *t .^ i^^iLra^^rl *H t P JUyiiifci'qW^ X our Prices» °s you know, are already lower Special °CSe ° ' one >ar W1 c" 1C JS I fp v*,-. *■ jß&fiLJflljM sj tnan >ou usually pay, and with these great oddl style^fast cSors? Social. .T. 7. .f?!f. 8.'.?. e.T 24C jj \ \ W^fgawmmuuuuuuumuuuu****™ v where if you are a cash purchaser and savin;* . _ Si 1 \ i M i moneys of any ac...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

10 H SAll^T PAUL SOCIAL. S The latest novelty at country houses is the arrangement for breakfasting out of doors. Then, if the owner of the house can afford it, one end of a balcony is extended into a round platform, walled In with sideri blinds and furnished with all the necessaries for a cosy dining room. Here the family, in all but stormy weather, have breakfast, luncheon and tea served, and if the mistress of the house cannot afford to have her balcony enlarged she can simply put a family encampment on the lawn. The idea has not come into favor in the West as yet, but in Eastern resorts, •where the summer cottage is rented and the family wish to get all the fresh air they can for the money, these apartments under the trees are said to be very popular. Last week witnessed many marriages, ex pected and otherwise. The former were most of them published In the papers. The lat ter, for reasons various, were not Engage ment announcements were not lacking either, and unless Dame Gossip...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

IN LABOR'S REALM. ASSEMBLY HALL BILLETIX. Meetings Scheduled for the Week. 'Typographical Union No. 30 (2:30 p. m.). Today Typographla No. 13 (10 a. m.) Today Hack and Cab Drivers Today German section S. L. P. (2:30 p. m.) Today Boilermakers Monday Barbers Monday Coopers Tuesday Plumbers Tuesday Retail Clerks Wednesday Cigarmakers Thursday Bricklayers Thursday Trades and Labor Assembly Friday Iron Moulders Saturday Bakers Saturday Brewery Workers Saturday Religious bodies of all denominations Ibelieve it necessary for the cause of Christianity and their own particular "belief to hold revivals or missions for (the purpose of instilling" into the hearts of their members greater ardor for the work of Christ; to put n-ew life into the careless and lukewarm; to bring fback into the fold those who have wan dered away or fallen by the wayside; ,to convert to their belief those who are in doubt as to the fundamental teach ings of the. denomination with which »they have chosen to affiliate, ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

18 A]Eo|l6 THE OHDERS ODD FELLOWS AXD REBEKAHS PREPARING FOR THE MEET ING THIS WEEK, THE OUTLINE OF THE WORK. REBEKAHS WILL REGIS WITH THE COM-ERRIXG OF THE ASSEM-. BLV DEGREE. PROGRAMME OF THE SESSIOX. Receipts for the Proposed Odd Fel low*' Home Fnnd-Rojul Ar canum Picnic. The Rebekah assembly will open its fir-it session at Central hall, Sixth and Seventh streets, Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock. The assembly will open with the conferring of the assembly degree by a grand representative of the grand lodge. This degree was authorized at the meeting of the sovereign grand lodge last year. Before this the mem bers of the grand lodge have been at liberty to attend the meetings of the Rebekah assembly if they chose. They will now be obliged to take the assem bly degree before they are allowed that privilege. At the same time the local lodge feels that the brothers will never be excluded from these meet ings and may always have a seat. Measures may also be adopted to con fine the repres...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

— , * ' i Good Morning==The People's Wants Are Told Below==Read Them. WAITS MX BE LEFT At the following; location* for inser tion in flic Daily and Snnday Globe, at tbe same ratea aa are charged br the mnln office. HAMLINE. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELLING AVENUE. DAYTON!»S BLUFF. Sever Westby Drug Store 679 EAST THIRD STREET. LOWER TOWS. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. MERRIAM PARK. A L Woolsay Drug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AyENUESL_ ST. ANTHONY HILL. Emll Bull .-. 1 5 rUgglSt GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co TTtuk S-ore SELBY AND WESTERN AVENLES. Straight Bros £™JL a RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell DruS storß 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Bracken's " ;^Vr?Th^ maCT VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. George Marti Drug Store S WABASHA AND FAIRFIELD A...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 7 June 1896

20 PLAYS AJ-IDPIiAYEfIS RICHARD MAXSFIELD APPEARS AT THE METROPOLITAN THIS WEEK IN A CHOICE REPERTOIRE. •••ARMS AUD THE MAX," "A PARISIAN ROMANCE:" AXD "HEAL BRIM MEL." COMPOSITE BILL THE LAST XIGHT. Dramatic Delectation in Store- Close of the Season—Gossip of the Stage. The privilege and pleasure of witness ing the leading actor of his time and one of the greatest artists who have graced the stage during the past quar ter of a century Is to be afforded the St. Paul public next Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday afternoon, when . Richard Mansfield will appear at the Metropolitan opera house. It is seldom that this city has an opportunity of seeing this great actor, as his engagements are generally limited to his own theater in New York. Mr. Mansfield's efforts in the higher drama certainly merit tho highest praise. In his work there is nothing •superficial He has never appeared here Without bringing a novelty of some kind. This year he announces the most ■striking a...

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. — 8 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 160. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE' MONDAY, JUNE 8. Weather for Today- Local Rains; Cooler. page: i. r-itlsh Slanshter Dervishes. Congress to Adjourn This Week. Resume of the Congressional Session Storm Damage in Minnesota. Pillsbury's Commencement Week. Costly Fire at Selkirk. Minnesota Is for Sound Money. PAGE 2. » Lutheran Ministers Ordained. Farmer Knuttton Mi.s*iiiK. Sermons of a Sunday. Large Crowds at Como. < ;i in j> Meeting Closed. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. St. I.on is Is the Mecca. PAGE 4. Editorial. Charities Conference for St. Paul. Spaniards Boycotting Uncle Sam. PAGE 5. Among the Cyclers. New Tire for the Wheel. Calve and Melba on 'Wheels. About Bicycle Dress. Sketches Awheel. PAGE 6. Farm and Household. A'ngrant Verse. Markets of (he World. PAGES 7. Henry Clews' Financial Review. Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Buckeyes Again Defeat Millers. Unity Church Floral Festival. _ Gold Bugs Defeat the Bines. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. BOSTON June 7.—Ar...

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. — 8 June 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 160. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PflfUL GLOBE MONDAY, JUNE 8. Weather for Today- Local Rains; Cooler. PAGE 1. {•-IHsh Slaughter Dervishes. Congress to Adjourn This Week. Resume of the Congressional Session Storm Damage in Minnesota. PillNbury's Commencement W 7eek. Costly Fire at Selkirk. Minnesota Is for Sound Money. PAGE 2. Lutheran Ministers Ordained. Farmer X unison Missing. Sermons of a Sunday. Larjje Crowds at Como. Camp Meeting Closed. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. St. Louis Is the Meeen. PAGE 4. Editorial. Charities Conference for St. Paul. Spaniards Boycotting Uncle Sam. PAGE 5. Among the Cyclers. New Tire for the Wheel. Calve and Mcl ha on Wheels. Ahont Bicycle Dress, {sketches Awheel. PAGE O. Farm and Household. A'agrnnt Verse Markets of the World. PAGE 7. Henry Clews' Financial Review. (■lohcN Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Buckeyes Again Defeat Millers. Unity Church Floral Festival. _. Gold Bugrs Defeat the Blues. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMSHIPS. BOSTON June 7.—Arrived: Pavonia, L...

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. — 8 June 1896

2 SOINT POUL. LOCAL NEWS NOTES. A gasoline stove blaze near the corner of Front and Gaul'ier streets called out the flre department yesterday afternoon. The third of the series of afternoon teas will be given by the Ladies' Aid Society of St. Clement's Church at the home of Mrs. J C. Michael", 840 Osceola avenue, Tuesday. June 9, from 3 to 5 p. m. These teas are given to promote sociability and to aid finan cially. All will receive a cordial welcome. THE BUSY WORLD. X A. Tiedeman, of Sioux City, is at the fly an. An Aberdeen arrival at the Ryan is Charles Goodman. O. G. Tuttle, hailing from Painesvllle, 0., is at the Merchants'. Among the Windsor arrivals yesterday was S. K. Flint, of Boston. C C. Davis, of New York, is among the guests registered at the Ryan. W. R. Renken, of Fargo, was among the Merchants' arrivals yesterday. Frank Lemmer arrived in St. Paul yesterday from Glasgow, Mont., and put up at the Windsor. J F McNeill, who registers from Oskaloo sa. 10., is down on the li...

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. — 8 June 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE! 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. HALLELUJAH BHIDE SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS THE SCENE OF A UNIQUE WEDDIXG CEREMONY. BIG BASS DRUM AND CUPID lIRAW AN IMMENSE CROWD TO WITNESS THE PICTURESQUE PERFORMANCE. tVORK OF THE WOMEN>S MISSIONS. Workers Give Interesting Facts at the Anniversary Meeting of the Society. ••Well, well, well." "Well, well, well." "Hallelujah! glory to God! There's going to be a wedding right here in just two minutes, and all you soldiers who love God and the bridal couple say amen!" So shouted Maj. Malan at the Hennepin ave nue barracks of the Salvation Army yesterday afternoon. He waved his arms above his head as a signal, and there came a deafening chorus of "Amens" and an ear-splitting tattoo on the bass drum. ■ "People will get married, so they will, again shouted the speaker. "They have been getting married ever since the world Began, and they will continue to do so. Hallelujah, and praise the Lord! Now all you people who paid 10 cents to come up h...

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. — 8 June 1896

4 THE WILY GLOBE iS~PUBLTSHED""EVERY"DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA BTS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL. "subscriptioOatesT Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .BO Dally and Sunday, Six Month* - f 2.75 Dally and Sunday, One Year - f5.00 Dally Only, per Month «4O Dally Only, Six Month* - - - 92.25 Dally Only, One Year - $4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - fI.SO Weekly, One Year - - - fI.OO Address all letters anrt telegrams to THE GLOBE, St Paul, Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 617. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU. 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept on hand for reference. TODAY'S WEATHER. WASHINGTON, June 7.—Forecast for Mon day: Minnesota—Local rains; cooler In southeast portions; northwesterly winds, be coming variable. Wisconsin—Local thunder storms, followed by clearing weather; cooler; fresh and brisk winds. South Dakota—Fair, preceded by showers In northeastern portion; westerly winds. North Dakota—Local r...

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. — 8 June 1896

■_ 5^ >4y Among the many practical bicycle experts who believe in the ultimate perfection of the unicycle is Andrew Munro, a New York mechanic, who has patented and ridden upon a unicycle which he confidently believes will prove a success. It consists of a single whe^l, with pneumatic tire, surmounted by a saddle which is adjusted to an upright forked rod from the axle, a peripheral frame extending from near the ground at the back to a short distance in front of the saddle, to which are attached two small flanged friction wheels, hav ing slotted bearings, adjustable by (§\#^ NEW STYLE OF BICYCLE. thumb screws, and which exert un equal pressures on the tire surface. The rear flanged wheel is adjustably adherent tc the tire; first, to furnish a sustaining point of contact with the main wheel; second, to prevent the backward rotation of the peripheral frame when loaded, and, third, to in sure the verticle position of the saddle support. The front flanged wheel is free—first, acting ...

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. — 8 June 1896

6 Ithehousehold I ? : GREENS, FRESH AXD EXCELLENT. Methods of Serving? Healthful Vege table* Which Are Now ln Seaxon. The fr?sh vegetables displayed in the markets are a delight to the housewife. Genuine sorrow is felt that the aspara gus season is almost over, but the fresh greens are very pienty. Beets, dandelions, narrow dock.cowslips, spin ach, lettuce, horseradish and turnip tops, as well as radish tops, are all ex cellent and healthful. The tender dan delion leaves, whether cooked or tleached to serve as z salad, are one of the most wholesome greens we have for spring use. They are sometimes called the "liver's agent," as they assist that organ to perform its duties. The often despised carrot, which is apt to be remembered only as a soup vege table or to accompany boiled beef, may be served in many different ways, each one being appetizing and dainty, mak ing it of value to any table. All greens should be very thoroughly ■washed in several waters. Delicate beet greens &.*e...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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