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

ST. PAUL'S PUIiPITS ANNOUNCEMENT OP THE SERVICES IN THE CHURCHES FOR TO DAY. MISSION AT ST. MICHAEL'S. l!F.r;i\M\G TONIGHT SERVICES WILL BE HELD EACH DAY FOR TWO WEEKS. SALVATIONISTS AT CEXTRAL PARK. Bnllinglon Booth to Conduct the Services This Morning—Course lit' Lectures. This evening a mission, conducted by the Dominican fathers, will be inau- j gurated at St. Michael's church on the \ "West side. Services will be held every | day, morning and evening, for two weeks, the mission closing on the even- j Ing of the 30th. The first week's in- | struction will be for the women of j the parish only, while the second week . will be confined to the men. The time for performing Easter duty expires on j the 31st, and if the church author- ; ities are as severe as in former days, j any Catholic not doing so will be ex- j pelled. and denied all rights of the j church. The mission is given prln- j cipally to bring those back into the fold who have grown careless or luke warm, and have in con...

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. — 17 May 1896

8 PliftVS AOO PIiAYEHS ■■■■ •*■ LADIES* ORCHESTRA WILL. RE MAIN AT THE METROPOLITAN ANOTHER WEEK. INNOVATION SCORES A HIT. RICHARD MANSFIELD WILL, PLAY Ji UIUEF ENGAGEMENT THERE REXT MONTH IIANFORD TO MANAGE KEENE. Stum- Laughter Discussed by « New .lurk Critic—The Season Prac tically CloHcd. The Clara Schumann Dadies'orche&tra Is a decided innovation, and has scored a distinct hit at the Metropolitan opera house. It has been so warmly received by the patrons of the Metropolitan that Manager Scott has decided to play a limited engagement with this organ isation at the Metropolitan opera house beginning tonight. A concert will be given every evening, with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday. Every mem ber of the orchestra is a soloist, and their combined efforts bring forth a pleasing result. They have an exten sive repertory of music, changing the i programme at every performance. The ■ ladies composing the orchestra are not only attractive in appearance, but are accomplished mus...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

Every Article Under One Roof—For the Comfort of the Home. , t , g£ — — Heywood | Enormous Sales Town Market Co. Baby Carriages Qu i O k Meai Ga«o a ... liuo Store* The p*»t We placed on sale Monday 100 of IgßSgl J^rd on tho^ale of Formerly located at 523 Washington this celebrated make, offered to you- jg& jjSLjp thlssto^e. We*ell it avenue south, have removed to 25 ajid carria^f Cof To?' iffl &efu«l"e^ 27 Fifth street, in the iU>re formerly $io.oo, $13.o), $14.00, $15.00, $16.00, economical gasoline find the most complete stocks of Secona sl7.oo, $18.00, $20.00. >dH^S R° T0 made" Hand Household Goods shown in the city. Rr> kUc ' 7l UY .a« . The Town Market will pay the highest gOWen HflSt QUi C£ 7!t cash price for S econd*and goods, and will Refrigerators ..-•<« and Oet the exchange yoU r old goods for new. equ'aT 1 & S^iJS Every deal made by the Town Market ££,£ AaiU be e n Odd Parlor Chairs Co- If™^ I 7 T T T" 1"^ will «ive you thob«3t results. the Town Ma...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

10 GRAfID RftPIDS WOfl fcOLD BIGS SAVE A GAME BY A RATTLIXG HIT TO THE SKY. M. EITELJORG, RAINMAKER, i'IEKCKS THE CLOUDS WITH THE SAME HIT THAT WON THE GAME. §T\ PAIL HAD 2, GRAXD RAPIDS 3, iVhen Providential^ Weather Saved the Tallendem Their First Came in Two Weeks. Grand Rapids 3, St. Paul 2. Minneapolis 10, Detroit 2. iilwjuik.-.- 13, Columbus 3. Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Detroit 19 14 5 .737 Kansas City 19 12 7 .032 fit. Paul 19 11 8 .579 .Minneapolis 23 13 10 .565 Milwaukee 23 11 12 .478 Indianapolis 18 8 10 .444 Columbus 22 7 15 .318 Grand Rapids ....21 6 15 .286 GAME SCHEDULE FOR TODAY. Grand RapMs at St. Paul. Detroit at Minneapolis. Columbus at Milwaukee. Indianapolis at Kansas City. The following table shows from what clubs Bames have been won and to what clubs gwnps- lost: fpTFP duBB. : 2 £iii!f . •< . . p. . _ • • '.'.'.'. '. a . Tyetroft — 0000356 14 Kan.'.i.s City 0— 2 4 4 0 2 0 12 Sf Paul 13— 33001 11 Minneapolis 2 2 3 — 3 0 0 3 13 Milwaukee 0 223— 220 11 Jfldi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

VIKINR lilglßiil BICYCLE Bosfedo mmv aiigialgii qirntoi?T^s ■latHiPJii dUSIBQU ,JlllllMMliißl bUlfl»l<llSrfr. _ R ■ ~ BiSi E\ \ /E are after you, and want you to come and see the finest BpJjfnj Bicycle Store West of Chicago. If you intend buying iimNff^ f> ■ • f U 111*1^=1'' '= a Bicycle, we need only say we are jobbers for the state, which §|||||||l§j!|j! /\ is sufficient guarantee that prices are right We sell \ /vwsa^vtup "worm w *~ illlMIII!= R . IHfc, WUKLO. Illf THE ONE j^Tfifo\ >^?\f?7?^ ™E SAME ny 111 Goiflßiflnder »o»nson oneeaton RYAN and many other makes, ranging in price from $45 to $100 —all || j V fully guaranteed. We will store, clean and oil your wheel free; ££ bring it in. We operate the Only Bicycle Livery in the city, and rent wheels by the hour, day, week or month. Have a full line of Sundries, and do Repairing promptly and properly. ; — Windsor Cycle Ljvery, •• StOnOOrfl. 409-4H Robert Street, (^^SHIR^) Next to Mannheimers. KialtO HOW TO DISMOUNT. A Fre...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

12 ! BEGINNING g MONDAY, MAY 18, || We Will Inaaguratft a SPECIAL DISCOUNT SfILE 1 I yocsl music | ConMiNtlng of O ® SONGS FOR HIGH VOICE, § © S9HGS FOR LOW VOICE, S § SONGS WITH CHORUSES, tffe WALTZ SONGS, COMIC SONGS, 19 NEGRO SOiMGS, A SACRED SONGS, ETC. This stock Is not the so- J CP called "cheap editions/ but 0 ggfe regular publications that re- : tail at from 30c to 75c. The ! I entire lot will bs sold at a uni- V I form price of £B 10 Gents Per Copy. © Ket over twelve numbers to fl7 ; one purchaser. • W. J. DYER & BRO. |! 21-23 West Fifth St. only Two Dans More in which to register your guess on the Upright Fischer Piai>o In our Wareroom window. TEN CENTS Entitles you to a guess and to oue of the books History of Musical Instruments. first rrrr mim iuihi Upright Franklin Piano VALUED AT $375. Guesses range from 96,000 to 99,500. Some one will have this fine piano FREE on the 20th of May—lt may be you—Do not fail to guess. Four other prizes given away. BOM, NUffill I C...

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. — 17 May 1896

12 H BEGINNING 2 © EttQSOAY, MAY 18, © We Will Inaugurate a 1& 1 SPEGIHL DISCOUNT SfILE @ § yochl music 1 €p Consisting of ™ SOK6S FOR HIGH VOICE, © 53HGS FOR LOW VOICE, fP § SONGS WITH CHORUSES, 4ft WALTZ SONGS, *£ COHIC SOMGS, f£ NEGRO SO.VGS, J& SACRED SONGS, ETC. This stock Is not the so- 2jf called "cheap editions," but @ tf|| regular publications that re- f tail at from 30c to 76c. The ] W9 entire lot will ba sold at a uni- f|? tf^ form price of ©10 Cents Per Copy* €1 Wet over twelve numbers to I one purchaser. • ||^ @ W ! TIVFQ R^n © || si. v. UI tin a Dnu. g ga 21-23 West Fifth St. ©©■©© S®®®@ @®®9 oniu Two Days More i:i which to register your guess ou the Upright Fischer Piaijo In our Warcroom window. TEN CENTS Entitles you to a guess and to one of the books History of Musical Instruments. Upright Franklin Piano VALUED AT $375. Guesses range from 96,000 to 99,500. Some one will have this line piano FREE on the 20th of May—Tt may be you— Do not fail to guess. Four ot...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

F»AGES 13 to 22. VOL. XIX.—NO. 138. Ladies' Kid I IsideCombsl Yard Wide Turkish All Our White ioc 32-inch Bteck PXp & 45-inch wool Brocaded 1 Eyes Tested B QBl L- n - L-i Ir 11 i-i I Bleached Bath 9-Cent Shaker India Lino* India Bleached Pillow Wash Shirt Dress U _ I 1 Gloves ,|SS^irS?| Sn Towels. M USIin T s Flannel, and Victoria Linon. Sheeti Q| Dresses. Waists Goods. | FREE. l^m^c I r 1 „ ! Sizes 18 by 42, mat 7c quality. Re- LaWHS- 150/^/'l 50/^/' *„,, a* i 2 Vfr nu-rt Sizes 6t014 In stripes and Black and col- E Optical Dept. t ""CS, H Black and col-H Rp I Reduced to worth 12#c,for Go at duced to Reduced to Reduced to - Reduced to 12}£c quality. yrs . Reduced to fancy patterns, ors . Reduced to B H T ~J Hors. Reduced to H uu< A\/n aT / To A~ a / Iftr» \d.C fti/c *7BL^. /jn n — ■ m remnants, stom g M 4>4C O^C *C 4C 4 X/2C . lUC I<*V, 0/2 C 75C «39C 7C 1. t> . J inches wide, B I I i^WntA-h Watch Rubber Combination Hardwood Two- Ice Picks. Electric I "i-cut-Keen- Fl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

PAGES 13 to 22, VOL. XIX.—NO. 138. Ladies' Kid I Side Combs, B Yard Wide Turkish All Our White ioc 32-inch Black 22^9-4 45-Inch $1 -^children's Ladies' I wool Brocaded «E Y es Tested V Csll^ r\ ~ I ceiiuioid very I Bleached Bath 9-Cent Shaker India Linoa India Bleached Pillow Wash Shirt Dress (J ' | U lOVeS, I strong per pah-, 1 Muslin. Towels- Muslins Flanne1' and Victoria Linon. sheetings. Casings. Dresses. Waists. Goods. 9 FR£E. |5 rt ~c Blac* and col- I fo I Reduced to SS& b?,£ *> - £»" "* J^JS HeVuc^o ■ Seduced to 12 M c quality. » J LcTpSer^ R-^!!!lJ or, Keducedto 1 ± 1 g^ • H__ S^^nan;^ 53C § Men's 8— ■ - —— —r- — - ——r ■ lt; = g . 1 Solid Oak g i 1 M^rkinf^h Watch Rubber Combination Hardwood Two- Ice Picks- Electric "i-cut-Keen» Flour Easy Bright Bixby's Shoe "■*- ir ¥tAnci . n fryard« Ladies' Silk I CMte Re= W *? Hose Reels ZfiSL "wE? Bread Knives v^J^n- 5™ Blackin *' °— It! 5C Tklf +4. ' 3 . r ,l V Red'nced NOZZIeS For garden UHLOOK should have. 25 roll* in a Regula...

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

14 i Beautiful St. Paul, 1 Standing on one of the Indian mounds at the eifll of Dayton's bluff, there stretches before you to the east the crescent valley, rimmed by the wooded hills, their dense green relieved here and the>re in the distance by a cultivated stretch, a farm house, a windmill. In the foreground is the Minnesota fish hatchery, in itself wor thy of a visit and description, only that this is not a finh story. Right below the hill runs the track, a gleam ing line in the early Fun framing the fiats with thtir wild growth of treos. Jatftfed gulltes torn by the waters of ages, yawn darkly here ■ and there beneath the foliage. Little pools of water gleam up. and finally the flats melt into the sweep of the river, lap ping the hills on the other side, which run along till they seem to end in the spur at South Sc. Paul. On the fiats, directly in front, is a cleared stretch, with several houses, thrifty and home like in contrast to the wildness below. Across the river there ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

& v ■k8 im mm t^* IH I^B^ll J & I SI j.^Bsß^j^^BM3Kffiffßr^BiojL ±jjjhb^ff^^wE^fi^^^^B*^^^^^^^^ 11 You'll Find This the Infest Interesting I Page in the Sunday Globe—good, profitable reading, overflowing with money-saving chances. It's w)k Jfera tnis Senuine underselling which adds daily popularity to the Golden Rule. Right \Dh^ JctPl prices always rule here. Even in this age of exaggeration honesty will win. Our USv^^^Y great business shows that simple facts simply stated always carry conviction. • What we say is so, and customers know that what we say can always be I^W**"/ relied upon. We know that this is the store that gives the greatest / I value for the money in St. Paul, and know that only fair living prices //1 are asked. This may sound boastful, but it's simply a statement of facts. "We f / allow no misstatement— no exaggeration in even the slightest degree to enter / / into our announcements. Every statement made in our advertisements can be absolutely depended upo...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

16 lj (§|| [st. PaUl soclal. || It is doubtful if the average charity affair is a success socially. That is to cay that the necessary mingling of women from different social sets such as cannot be avoided at any large charity reoeption or tea is not produc tive of any degree of ease or good feel ing on the part of any of the partici pants. One-half of the gathering goes away exceedingly bored and uninter ested, and the other half seeks home hurt and mortified because it should tiave presumed to present itself at an affair composed mostly of people en tirely without its world, and with whom it could not expect for a mo ment to have any interest in common even over a cup of charity tea. No,' 6uoh affairs are not successes socially and never can be. MATRIMONIAL. . Miss Alice Irene Stout, only daughter of Itfrs. S. S. Stout, and Herman J. Mannhart were married Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's mother, on Pleas ant avenue. Rev. J. T. Stout, of the Firsr. M. E. churc...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

SEASON IS BEGUfi OPENING OF DELLWOOD CLUB HOUSE WAS A SIGNAL FOR YACHTSMEN. ACTIVITY ON THE LAKE STIRRED TO UNUSUAL PROPOR TIONS BY THE PROSPECTS FOR "NTERLAKE RACES. CLUB SHOWS GREAT GROWTH. It Hopes by Another Season to Erect New Q-uurterM—About the Nevr Boats. The opening of the Dellwood club house yesterday Avas the first overt act inaugurating the yachting season for '96 at White Bear, a season full of excellent promise, too, in the antici pation of the members of the White Bear Yacht club, which has this year reached the most perfect conditions of organization yet experienced. Although it is yet too early to give in detail the plans for the coming season, a fair outline of the work to be done by the club has been obtained and is herewith given to the readers of the Globe. The club's splendid record last year end especially the brilliant victory of the Corona over the Marie, of Minne tonka, in the inter-club races, which came off early in September, has given \ fl} ■ "^fe^lfcjf...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

SEASON IS BEGUN OPENING OF DELL WOOD CLUB HOUSE WAS A SIGNAL FOR YACHTSMEN. ACTIVITY ON THE LAKE STIRRED TO UNUSUAL PROPOR TIONS BY THE PROSPECTS FOR JNTERLAKE RACES. CLUB SHOWS GREAT GROWTfI. It Hopes l;y Another Season to Erect New Q,uurierN —About the New Boats. The opening of the Dellwood club house yesterday was the first overt act inaugurating the yachting season for '96 at White Bear, a season full of excellent promise, too, in the antici pation of the members of the White Bear Yacht club, which has this year reached the most perfect conditions of organization yet experienced. Although it is yet tco early to give in detail the plans for the coming season, a fair outline of the work to be done by the club has been obtained and is herewith given to the readers of the Globe. The club's splendid record last year and especially the brilliant victory of the Corona over the Marie, of Minne tonka, in the inter-club races, which came off early in September, has given LOUIS SERGE MORNI...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

18 SOWEt NOVELTIES SEVERAL UNIQUE COMBINATIONS IN THE FASHIONS OF WOMEN. PROPER WAIST EFFECTS. USEFUL HINTS AFFORDED BY THE LATEST MODELS IMPORTED FROM PARIS. ALL SOR'HS OF ECONOMIES That May Be Brought About in Spite Of the Appearance of Ex truvagance. NEW YORK, May 14.—The most attractive things in fashion this season- are seen in the unique combinations of color and materials, and in the varied accessories of dress, which are such a conspicuous feature of the week. It is all very suggestive of extravagance, and yet all sorts of economies in dress are brought about with unusual and fashionable results because of the mixture of colors and materials used in one gown. Any combination between gauze and inexpensive wool serge Is permissible, and odd lengths can be util ized more successfully than ever, since all the latest Parisian models have bodices dif ferent from the skirts and sleeves. Fanciful fashions always favor economy in dress, and with white or colored silk or satin for the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

fi]HOjlG THE ORDERS fe.'QUIET WEEK IN THE CIRCLES OP ST. PAUL SECRET SOCIE TIES. ftOYAL ARCANUM FAREWELL lOEMOSTRATION TO BE GIVEN AT BOWLBY HALL TO MAJ. COOLEY. ITOUESTERS* EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Met in Minneapolis and Transacted Cons'.dernble liusf :m»nn —Talk of • Bigr Celebration. A farewell demonstration will be given by Minneopa council, of the Hoyal Arcanum, in honor of Vice Grand Regent Cooley at Bowlby hall on Monday evening, and there is every prospect that the genial gentleman will jbe given as fine a send-off as a wan dering pilgrim ever received. All mem- Ibers of Minneopa are expected to be . -present, and there will be a large at tendance of members of other coun cils of the order. The major has de cided to dispose of his personal effects in St. Paul, rather than go to the trou- Ible of packing, shipping, etc. He is going to dispose of everything at an auction at his apartments, 393% Selby avenue Wednesday forenoon. The executive council of the Grand iCourt of Minnesota, F...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

20 foUR WHIST CORNER I ||k- ~, =, =, =,=, =, =, j=± ==. J§| IN TRAINING FOR BROOKLYN. The following news in regard to the prep arations being made by the different clubs for teams at the Brooklyn congress Is taken from the Philadelphia Telegraph: From all over the country comes the news that the various teams are practicing assidu ously for the contests at the Brooklyn con gress. In Chicago six fours have been play- Ing a series to see which one will represent the Chicago Whist club. The record to date Is as follows: Won.Tied.Lost. Keehn, Hartz, Baldwin and Black.6 1 1 Perkins, Rollo, Norton and Parry.4 1 1 Alien, Gilson, Wilson and 81i55...5 1 2 Coe, Avery, Ellis and Owen 2 1 5 Ilawes, Holden, Metcalf and Walker 1 1 5 Schwartz, Willard, Trainer and Wakeman 1 1 5 "For Baltimore,it has been decided that the veteran four, Messrs. Whelan, Smith, Steele and Duval, will represent the club In the Hamilton trophy contest; Messrs. Bouton, W. F. Smith, Thomas and Howard in the A. W. L. troph...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

Good Morning==the People`s Wants Are Told Below==read Them. WIHYS HAY BE LEFT At the following locations for inser tion In the Dally anil Sunday Globe, at the *ame rates aa are charged l>j the main office. HAMLIXE. Hamline Pharmacy Drug Store 750 SNELLING AVEXUE. p DAYTON'S BLUFF. Sever Wostby Drug Store 679 EAST THIRD STREET. TiOWEJB TOWN. William K. Collier Drug Store SEVENTH AND SIBLEY. Joseph Argay Drug Store COR. GROVE AND JACKSON STREETS. M. D. Merrill News Stand 442 BROADWAY. MKRRIAM PARK. A. L. Woolsey £>rug Store ST. ANTHONY AND PRIOR AVENUES. ANTHONY HILL. Emil Bull /«? rUBBl*t GRAND AY. AND ST. ALBANS. W. A. Frost & Co Drug Store SELBY AND WESTERN AVENUES. Straight Bros Dr"JL Store RONDO AND GROTTO STREETS. A. A. Campbell ...Drug Store 235 RONDO STREET. A. T. Guernsey Drug Store 171 DALE STREET. Bracket's Pharmacy VICTORIA AND SELBY AVENUES. WEST SIDE. The Eclipse Drug Store. S. ROBERT AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE. George Marti Drug Store S WABASIIA AND FAIRFIELD AVENUE...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 17 May 1896

22 M j^^^^ To San Francisco, M Vy f do I To Portland/Or*;, jj you j y U WA ONT ft T° SeattlS and Ta^ma' ft GA0 N M \r7 • togo? To Yellowstone Park, . | free. jz. &*\ ! To Niagara Falls. {^ 8 San Francisco Twit yt 5 t • , via Union Pacific System, jjj Ih FKEE ! A SUMMER OUTING-From St. Paul to San Francisco and FREE • jl return via the Omaha, Union Pacific System and connecting-lines. * tL Sl+TtC+tf I**1 ** r T mr4 T my Going by the way of Omaha, Denver and Salt Lake City to San 7* 1> C*/fi\ I ¥I*l*ol XT J\ /\ts^^C?}LU I CL^ Francisco, and returning via Portland, Huntington and Omaha. f\ j^ \J \_^ jj fDL* V 1 Mm*^-f *-#m*f Between San Francisco and Portland choice of an ocean trip on one B_^ __ _^ of the Oreg-on Railway and Navigation Company's Pacific grey* —^ _-^ «~^ w~^ yj H^ 1% 1^ E£ hounds or by rail by the famous Shasta Route. This ticket in- f^ fC ft% *% • [£ eludes transportation and one double Pullman berth and meals in & } Wt dining car both ways, also one day bo...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 18 May 1896

VOL. XIX.—NO. 139. BULLETIN OF THrE ST. PflrUL GLOBE. MONDAY, MAY 18. for Today- Local li.-iins, Cooler. PAGE 1. Minnesota Municipalities Prosper. Cyclone Devaluation in Kansas. Blue Island Half In Ruins. PAGE 2. Trolleymen Stranded In Milwaukee. Feature* of the Next Fair. liniiiK Cyclist Run Over. PAGE 3. Minneapolis Matters. Ole Bull Statue Unveiled. Balllngton Booth Again Heard. The Week In Congresn. Silverites May Filibuster. PAGE 4. Editorial. Judge Samborn Defends Lochrea. Fletcher Says Davis May Win. PAGE C. Glohe'n Summer Tours. Free Trip to the Coast. To Niagara antl Return by Lake. PAGE O. Farm and Household. Vagrant Verse. Markets of the World. PAGE 7. Globe's Popular Wants. PAGE 8. Apostles .'!fi. Gold Bugs <>. ' Detroit 24, Minneapolis O. Hoosiers Win From the Blues. Columbus Unlucky in Bccrtowii. Results in the National. Frenchman Defeats Johnson. Henry Clews' Financial Review. EVENTS TODAY. Met—Ladies' Orchestra, 8.15. Mozart—Midnight Flood, 2.30, 5.15. Aurora P...

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