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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 June 1896

8 TO GET _ REGEIVEH ST. PAIL TRUST COMPANY WINS THE LONG FOUGHT MINTZER CASE.. CODY OF DULUTH GOES FREE. FORGERY INDICTMENT AGAINST HIM LACKED TWO LITTLE BIT IMPORTANT WORDS. FISHER CONTE3IPT CASE ENDS. With a Confirmation of the Stand Taken By the Hennepin Coun ty Court. Justice Buck, of the supreme court, handed down seven decisions yester day, three of which were of more than ordinary interest. One of these was ln the Mintzer estate settlement. The first administrator, John Jones, died before the estate was settled, and the St. Paul Trust Company succeeded. It claims $20,000 for its work in connection with the eitate, and asks that a re ceiver be appointed. The supreme court decides in favor of the trust com pany, reversing the lower court: The syllabus is as follows: The St. Paul Trust Company as adm'r, etc., of Wm. L. Mintzer, deceased, appellant, vs. Anna R. Mintzer, respondent. The life tenant In a homestead estate neg lected and refused to pay taxes or make re pairs thereon ...

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. — 18 June 1896

THE SAINT PAUL GLOBE. VOL. XIX.—NO. 170. BULLETIN OF THE ST. Pflr JL QLO3E THURSDAY, Jane 18. Weather for Today- Fair and Cooler PAGE 1. Silverites Will Xominnte Teller. Doings in the Convention City, Morton will Get Second Place. Silver Men Declare a Bolt. Hepburn Maken a Protest. PAGE Z. Western Men In the Saddle. PAGE 3. Firnt Test Vote for McKinley. Minneapolis* Matters. PAGE 4. Editorial. Bohemians Reject New Rule*. Clerk Defrauds the Haekett Co. page: b. Apostles l.n*<- the Third to Bines. Brewers Get Back at Millers. Timers and Gold lliiks Win. ItcMills in the National. Coiniskey DisKuMed With His Luck. De Mores and His Party Massacred. Thousand Lives Lost in China. Over ISO Lost in a Wreck. Clout?h and Anti-dong-h Delegates. Flames at Galesville. Sons of Veterans Elect Officers. News of the Northwest. PAGE 6. The Market Hail Question. Bar Silver. Cash Wheat in Chicago. Speculation Feverish but Strong. Globe's Summer Tours. PAGES T. The Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. 'Free...

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. — 18 June 1896

2 WEST 111 THE SfIDDLE WESTERN BRAINS AND ENERGY ARE RCNNIN-G THE REPUBLI CAN CONVENTION. !0E MANLEY'S PREDICAMENT. MAINE MAN'S BLUNDER HAS HBOPPED HIM BETWEEN THE LINES. fHE DUPLICITY OP PLATT. Hanna Worked Up Over the Double Candidacy of Morton— Reed's Reticence. Special to the Globe. ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 17.—The con vention today opened with a hurrah and was lively all through. Thurston started the enthusiasm. He is a natur al orator and he had the convention with him in his every utterance. Thurs- j ton is a queer looking man. He is all skin, bones, brains and feeling. He is as thin as a rail, as tall as a steeple and as straight as a pole. His long, thin black hair is brushed up from a ' • high forehead and his straight nose is thin and sensitive. He gestures much as he speaks, his nostrils quiver with excitement and he brings every atom i of his six feet in nervous action. Thurs- i ton was born in "Vermont, brought up j In Wisconsin and began the practice of i law in Ornaha. H...

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. — 18 June 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diarrhoea, and all com plaints prevalent in the Sum mer, are quickly cured with PAIN KILLER This g-ood old remedy, if kept in the house, will save many sleep . less nights, many dollars in doc tor's bills, and no end of suffering. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 39 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. PROGRESSIVE YOI'XG LUTHERANS. They Believe In the Vne of English In Their School*. The Swedish Lutheran Young Peo ple's societies convened yesterday morning at Augustana church and listened to several interesting papers. Among these, one that is of great im portance to the Scandinavians as a -whole was a proposed solution of the problem of introducing the English language into the churches. The spirit of the convention was, that the Eng lish language should be adopted, al though the Swedish should not be dis carded. At the afternoon session the business of the organization was held at which organization was perfected by electing the following off...

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. — 18 June 1896

"I THE flffllY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED £VERY~W AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST^ PAWL. SUBS^RIPTION"WESr Payable in Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .SO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f5.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - f5.00 Dally Only, per Mouth - - - - .4O Daily Only, Six Months $2.25 Daily Only, One Year f4.00 Sunday Only. One Year - - - - f 1.50 Weekly, One Year ------ fI.OO Address all letters and telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 617, lEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Globe always kept en hand for reference. Weather Forecast. Washington, June 17.—Forecast—For Min nesota—Fair Thursday morning, probably Light showers and cooler In the afternoon; southeasterly winds. Wisconsin—Fair, warmer in eastern por tion; increasing southeasterly winds. North Dakota—Probably severe thunder storms in the afternoon; southeasterly GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States...

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. — 18 June 1896

OJI, HEAD TfIEJH OFF SAINTS PREFER TOBOGGAMXG TO PLAYING BASEBALL IX THE SIMMER. SLUGGED HARD BY THE BLUES THIRD SUCCESSIVE DEFEAT AT KANSAS CITY DUE, AS USUAL, TO ERRORS. tiREWKIIS GET BACK AT MILLERS TlßM's and Gold Bukk Win—Result* of the IJjo'n Guinea in the .National. ftauKMM City 12, St. Panl 8. Milwaukee 7, Minneapolis 3. Detroit 5, liidiauapoliM it. Grand Rapids 8, Columbas 4. fndianapolis 41 26 15 .634 Detroit 43 26 17 .605 Kansas City 46 26 20 .565 Minneapolis 46 25 21 .543 Milwaukee 49 24 25 .490 St. Paul 44 21 23 .477 Columbus 49 18 31 .392 Grand Rapids 48 17 31 .380 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. St. Paul at Kansas City. Minneapolis at Milwaukee. Columbus at Grand Rapids. Indianapolis at Detroit. Special to the Globe. KANSAS CITY, June 17.—The Blue 3 went !«t Pitcher Phyle savagely in today's game, and by hard hitting in the first and third Innings, mixed Judiciously with bases on balls and the Saint's errors, they succeeded In making it three straight from Comiskey's men. ...

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. — 18 June 1896

6 GOLD HELPED WHEfIT PROBABLE ACTION OP THE ST. LOIIS CONVENTION GAVE PRICES A LIFT. BAD CROP REPORTS TOO. THEY HELPED TO GIVE THE MARKET ITS TONE OF STREXGTH. •SHORTS ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT. So Liltle Wheat Was for Sale That Prlees Had to Be Bid Way Up. CHICAGO, June 15.—Bad crop reports and the probable action cf the St. Louis conven tion vero both influental factors' in wheat to-day,the price for July advancing l%c over the final figures of yesterday. All the other markets showed strength. Corn and oats ad vancing Vs a %c and provisions sc. In whsat there was not a great :'x-al d^ing early in the iay,' the trade being small, but afterwards there were periods when fair activity was manifested, the range for the session being 1 ■■■„ a VA<a Ths short interest was on the anxious seat and there was active covering but there was so little for sale that prices had to be bid up in order to bring it out. Undoubtedly the probable action of the St. Louis convention in adhering to the gold s...

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. — 18 June 1896

Good Morning==The People's Wants Are Told Below==Read Them, FREE JWfIRKET HAlilt A. CISTOM WHICH IS COSTIJItt TflK CITY HOKEY IS CO3f- DEMXED. WHAT SHOULD BE'A REVENUE IS AX ADDITIONAL Bt'RDEX OS THE TAXPAYERS OF THE CITY OF ST, PALI* »OT MUCH IN THE AUGREUA'iIS But Enough It is Claimed to War rant a Change in the System. Those organizations, political, relig ious and otherwise which have been wont to use the Central Market hall free of charge, may hereafter be com pelled to pay ?ent for the same. This change is in accordance with the sen timents of the members of the common council who propose to reform the old practice of granting the free use of Market hall to every society or indi vidual applying for the privilege. Inasmuch as the market house prop erty has never been, self-sustaining, the policy of letting the Market hall free of charge has been questioned fre quently of late. Tuesday night the matter was brought squarely before the board of aldermen in the shape of an applicat...

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. — 18 June 1896

8 WfIEKE IS ZELGH fIT? THE STATE BOILER INSPECTOR IS WITHOUT AIHORIY OF LAW. ACCORDING TO JUDGE EGAN WHO SAYS THE ACT ISDER WHICH HE OPERATES IS IXCOXSTI TUTIOJfAL. CASE OF CLASS LEGISLATION. If There is no Authority to Do lliisim-ss What Became of the Department. Judge Egan, of the Ramsey county district court, made a very important ruling on the 12th inst—and one which has heretofore escaped notice. It was rendered in the case of the State of Minnesota vs. Harry Graham, a sta tionary engineer. Graham was arrest ed on complaint of one H. M. William son, a salesman for the Massilon Ma chine company. He secured the issu ance of the warrant by swearing that "Harry Graham did on the sth day of June operate a steam boiler and sta tionary engine attached thereto with out first having obtained a license as required by law and without first hav ing obtined any license whatsoever." Graham was arrested, and his attor ney, Weed Munro, of Minneapolis, at once swore out a writ of habeas cor pus...

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. — 19 June 1896

10 Pages. VOL. XIX.—NO. 171. BULLETIN OF THrE BT. PflrUL GLOBE FRIDAY, Jane 10. Weather for Today- Clear and Cooler. page: l. McKlnley on the I irsi Ballot. Longetit Convention Session, ilftliart Named for Second Place. PAGE 3. Doing* of the Convention. 3/" PAGE 8. ' / • j -- a /A DdhiKs of the Convention. Mlnneapollii Mutter*. I'AGE 4. ■„-^p>«C t Editorial. McKlnley Receiver Congratulations. Bolting Sllverltes Make Plans. Tonne Tells "Why He Bolts. Muloney to be Inspector. AlorrlMon Against Free Sliver. PAGE 5. Fonr Straight Defeats for Saints. Millers Return Triumphant. Hooftier* and Gold Bugs Win. Byrnes' Appointment Goes. page c. rMi y Doings of the Convention. j^ PAGB T. .*jgg£ Bolt in Morris County. Curp'M Convention Criticism. '■*/{ PAGB S. Bohemians to Meet at Detroit. ■ Markets of the "World. PAGE 9. |-|jjpE^ Northwestern* New Limited. The Globe's Popular Want*. PAGE 10. Commissioner Davis to Judge Egan, Fourteen Grand Jury Indictments. News of the Courts. I **, ■ EVENTS...

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. — 19 June 1896

110 Pages. I VOL. XIX.—NO. 171. BULLETIN OF TJirE BT. PflrUL GLOBE FRIDAY, Jane 19. Weather for Today— Clear and Cooler. page: i. McKinley on the First Ballot. ] :iii;.'.c"i Convention Se«Mion. Hobart Xamed for Second Place, PAGE 3. _j Doings of the Convention. ? ' PAGE 8. . t ~ Doings of the Convention. Minneapolis Mutter*. PAGE 4. ■" Editorial. TWcKinley Receives Congratulations. Bolting; SHverites Make Plans. Tonne Tells Why He Bolts. Muloney to be Inspector. Morrison Against Free Silver. PAGE 5. Four Straight Defeats for Saints. Millers Return Triumphant. llisosN in and Gold Bugs Win. Byrnes' Appointment Goes. PAGE 6. fr^gj » Doings of the Convention. j^j PAGE T. -'^f^K- Bolt in Morris County. Curp'H Convention Criticism, *j PAGE 8. Bohemians to Meet at Detroit. Markets of the World. PAGE 9. Northwestern** Sew Limited. The Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 10. Commissioner Davis to Judge F.ean, Fourteen Grand Jury Indictments. News of the Courts. I ■*, . EVENTS TODAY. j/?r > Aurora...

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. — 19 June 1896

2 JB'KINIiEY IS CHOSEfI Continued from First Page. nominating Reed, were eloquent and masterly efforts, and were received with the greatest enthusiasm by their respective supporters, but it was the nomination of McKinley by Foraker that turned the convention into Bedlam. Save for the wild tumult that followed Senator Wolcotfs speech placing Blame in nomination at Minneapolis four years ago, the demonstration that oc curred to-day has had NO PARALELL in Republican national conventions. The Minneapolis demonstration contin ued for 27 minutes; that of to-day fell short of that record, but thirty-seconds. Of course it lacked the zest that comes after a long and uncertain contest of giants and was in a measure mechani cal, but it did not want for inspiration and enthusiasm. The delegates listened to the opening words of the speech of Foraker, waiting the mention of McKinley s name. The explosion came with it Mark Hanna climed on his chair just in front of the platform, with his hand kerc...

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. — 19 June 1896

MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 20 SOUTH FOURTH STREET. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Ex-president Kitchili, of the council, was elected grand treasurer of the Grand Grove of the U. A. O. D., at the state convention held at Dietrich hall Monday. The committee en supplies of the board of education opened six bids for coal. There was a good deal of similarity in the prices and no definite action was taken. Judge Jameson has granted a decree to Anthony C. Porter divorcing him from Alma Porter on the ground of desertion, and giving him the custody of their two children. Falling water in the river has made pos sible the active resumption of work on the new power dam below the falls. A full force j of men is not yet at work but within a week or so several hundred men will probably be employed. Samuel R. Van Sant, of Winona, came to the city yesterday and is looking after his gubernatcral interests here. The prospec tive candidate for governor Is registered at the West. Miss Valborg Anderson, who sings in the...

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. — 19 June 1896

i THE DfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA STS. OFFICIAL PAFEB OB" ST. PA UL. ~ "subscription ratesT" Payable In Advance. Dally and Sunday, per Month .CO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - 92.75 Daily and Sunday, One Year - $5.00 Daily Only, per Month - - - - .40 Daily Only, Six Months - - - $2.25 Daily Only, One Year ----- $4.00 Sunday Only. One Yea* - - - - 91 .SO Weekly, One Year ------ f 1.00 Address all letters an/1 telegrams to THE GLOBE, St. Paul. Minn. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE, ROOM 617. TEMPLE COURT BUILDING. NEW YORK. WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1405 F BT. N. W. Complete flies of the G1 ob 8 always kept en hand for reference. "WEVTHER FORECAST. WASHINGTON. June 18—Wisconsin: Threatening weather with showers in the afternoon; light to fresh southeasterly ■winds. Minnesota, lowa and the Dakotas: Gen erally fair, variable winds. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS. United States Department of Agriculture, Weather Bureau, Washington June 18, 6.48 p. m. Local T...

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 June 1896

FOUH IM BUCflGjl LAST OF THE SERIKS AT KANSAS CITY GOES ALONG WITH THE OTHERS. BADLY BATTERED SAINTS. HEADED HOMEWARD FOR THE OPENING GAME AT AURORA PARK TODAY. MILLERS RETURN TRIUMPHANT. Win the Last of the Series at MII -waukee—HooHlerN ami Gold Hiiks Lucky. Kansas City B, St. Paul 3. Minneapolis lU, Milwaukee 8. Indianapolis 11, Detroit 7. Grand Rapids '■>, Colhuiuuk 7. P. W. L. P.C. Indianapolis 42 27 15 .643 Detroit 44 2t> 18 .591 Kansas City 47 27 20 .574 Indianapolis 47 26 21 .553 Milwaukee 50 24 26 .480 St. Paul 45 21 24 .467 Grand Kapids 49 18 31 .367 Columbus 50 18* 32 .360 GAMES SCEDULED FOR TODAY: Kansas City at SU Paul. Milwaukee at Minneapolis. Columbus at Detroit. H>lm , Indian&polls at Grand Rapids. j _j^-j v Special to the Globe. KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 18.—Smil ing Peter Daniels seems to have re trained his former ascendancy over the St. Paul batsmen, and through his effective pitching today the Blues were enabled to make it four straight from ; Comiske...

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 June 1896

four iji a mzm LAST OF THE SERIES AT KANSAS CITY GOES ALONG WITH THE OTHERS. BADLY BATTERED SAINTS. HEADED HOMEWARD FOR THE OPENING GAME AT AURORA PARK TODAY. MII.LKHS RETURN TRIUMPHANT. Win the La»t of the Series at Mll ivaiikei—llimslris and Gold Hiikm 1-iM-ky. , Kutihiin City 5, St. Paul 3. Minneapolis 12, Milwaukee 8. IntliHiiupoliM 11, Detroit 7. Grand Rapid* 9, Coluinbu* 7. ~~P. W. L. P.C. Indianapolis 42 27 15 .643 Detroit 44 26 18 .591 Kansas City 47 27 20 .574 Indianapolis 47 26 21 .553 Milwaukee 50 24 26 .480 St. Paul 45 21 24 .467 Grand Kapids 49 18 31 .367 Columbus 50 18,. 32 .360 GAMES SCEDULED FOR TODAY:. Kansas City at St. Paul. Milwaukee at Minneapolis. Columbus at Detroit. M,MjJ Indianapolis at Grand Rapids. |.j_^S, Special to the Globe. KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 18.—Smil ing Peter Daniels seems to have re gained his former ascendancy over the St. Paul batsmen, and through his effective pitching today the Blues were enabled to make it four straight from i Comiskey's Sa...

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. — 19 June 1896

.P TOflliEY IS CHOSEN Continued from Third Pnge. teiiance of the present gold standard, I desire your attention for one moment. The young state of Washington, small- j er than many of her magnificent sisters In this Union, yields first place for j patriotic devotion to the principles of this government and loyal allegiance to | the tenets of the Republican party to . none. (Applause.) We have not come here to imbibe inspiration on the money question. We brought our inspiration with us. We believe in a single gold « standard (cries of "Good!") because we , think that the money which pays in terest' to the banker on Wall street is < none too good to pay the wages of labor in Washington. (Cheers and cries of ' "Good! Good!") And the principles of this party inscribed upon pur banner— j with protection, with reciprocity, with i sound money, as defined by this plat- j form, and with the unanimous choice j of the Republicans of that state for ; president, William McKinJey. of Ohio— At ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 June 1896

jfflflG IS ft PESSIMIST SAYS POLITICAL, LIFE, AT ITS BEST, IS A LIFE FILL OF DFSAP POIXTED HOPES. WILL SUCH BE HIS FATE. SILVERITES BY WITHDRAWAL AVILL TRY TO BRING ABOUT THE RESULT. FORAKER THE HERO OF THE DAY. Hi* Nominating Speech Brings Him Into Prominence —Some Facts About Teller, / ■ " Special to the Globe. ST. LOUIS, June 18.—The convention opened to-day looking like an immense human flower garden. A great field of faces covering more than an acre formed the central portion of the hall. Six thousand human heads packed so closely together that they seemed at tached to stalks rather than human bodies. Thousands, of red faces; thou sands of white faces, sprinkled here and there with round faces of ebony hue. Faces bobbing this way and that, moving up and down and now and then opening to voice the stentorian voice of their owners. Back of this great central pit on four sides running in the shape of an incline plane until it reached the walls of the building, were oth-r banks of h...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 19 June 1896

8 fIT DETROIT 11U899 \VHERE THE A)HEMIAX SLAVONIC BEXEVOLEXT ASSOCIATION MEETS NEXT. CLEVELAND, 0., IS TILL THEN to be the headquarters of the supreme lodge and officers. Lively fight for prizes iteHiilt* In a Victory for Cedar Rapid*, la., Which Then Mag nanlnioaKly Withdrawn. The next national convention of the tßehemian Slavonic Benevolent asso ciation will be held at Detroit, Mich., In 1899, and for the next three years the supreme lodge of the order will be located at Cleveland, O. Such was the decision of the delegates assem bled in the eleventh national conven tion of the association at C. S. P. S. i hall yesterday, though the selection of the two cities chosen precipitated a decidedly warm controversy and en tangled the convention in a snarl which occupied the entire time of the after noon session. At times several dele gates were on the floor together, each demanding the recognition of the chair, and when the final ballot on both ques tions was taken three of the delegates ...

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. — 19 June 1896

Good Morning==The People's Wants Are Told Below—Read Them. SAY IT'S fIBEfIUTY Mow northern limited will START FOR CHICAGO TONIGHT. FINEST TRAIN IN SERVICE. IS WHAT IS CLAIMED FOR THE NEWLY EQUIPPED PALACE ON WHEELS. Freight rates still unsettled. UeetiiiK *n ClilenffO at Wlileh Some PuintM of Difference Are to l*e Considered. Tonight the new Northwestern lim ited will leave the Union depot bound Chicagowards. These trains will be new from engine pilot to red lamp on the tear platform, and for the people who know about such thingrs the Globe makes public the opinion that these trains will be the finest ever leaving this city. Mr. Teasdale want ed a good thing, asked for it and got it in the form of Wagner sleepers. Supt. McCabe hankered for fine ma chines, asked for 'em and got three, patterned after the famous "999"' en gine the New York Central people ex hibited at the world's fair. These en gines are monsters, but so perfect are the proportions that to the ordinary observer would ...

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