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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 11 July 1896

SAINTS m THlflD (TOOK THE FOURTH STRAIGHT GAME FROM THE GOLD 111 GS YESTERDAY. MILLERS BEAT THE TIGERS WHO THUS DESCEND TO THE FOURTH ROl ND OF THE LAD DER. DETROIT COMES HERE TODAY. Clubs Wilt Now Play to Settle the l'.^M'ssiun of the Third Position. • St. Paul St. Grand Rapids ft. Minneapolis* .*>. Detroit ->. I Htliana iioli-. !>, Hamsun City 3. ColniuboM 4, Milwaukee 3. 1 Played. Won. Lost Per Cent Indianapolis «3 . 43 20 .683 Minneapolis 66 39 27 .591 St. Paul 65 36 29 .554 Detroit 64 35 29 .547 Kansas City 66 35 31 .530 Milwaukee 70 31 39 .443 Grand Rapids 69 24 45 .348 Columbus 69 23 4t> .333 GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TODAY. Detroit at St. Paul. Grand Rapids at Minneapolis. Columbus at Kansas City. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. St. Paul is in third place today. But it is no nearer Indianapolis than i It was yecterday morning. The Hoosiers are playing pennant- ■ ■winning ball, with the luck of circum- j stances. Yesterday's game here was very one- I Bided after the fifth in...

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. — 11 July 1896

c BRE DIVIDED Ofl IT IT. PAUL DEMOCRATS VIEW THE CHICAGO CONVENTION IN DIF FERENT WAYS. DOES NOT SUIT MANY OF THEM WHILE OTHERS THINK IT IS JUST WHAT THE PEOPLE DESIRE. HOME EMPHATIC EXPRESSIONS. Judge Flandreau and F. W. MKTutcU eon "Will Have None ot It— Other- Like It. l rhe same difference of opinion as to the platform adopted at Chicago pre vails in St. Paul as it did in the con vention that adopted the platform. The sound money Democrats repudiate It as being anything but Democratic doctrine, while those of the opposite Views think it is just the proper thing and that it will result In victory for Bryan this fall. The following ex pressions are a fair sample of how the matter Is regarded in St. Paul: Pk-rce Butler— What do I think of the plat form? Well, on (he money question, and I suppose that Is the paramount issue, I think the declarations of the platform are wholly and strictly in accord with the principles of the Democratic party. There is talk of re pudiation and unsoun...

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. — 11 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. ONE TERIKI EfiOUGH i 3111. ISRYA\'S FIRST ACT IV \S TO • DECLINE A SECOND NOMINA TION. MUCH PLEASED, OF COURSE, BIT THINKS THEHE ARE OTHERS WHO ARE MORE DESERV ING. IMsOOD OF MESSAGES POURED IN. Aa Soon as the Ns'ws AVas Known 'lVlt-fcrji iiis of t'oisK'riitnlutiou Bt»K*tu to Arrive. CHICAGO. July 10.— Mr. Bryan re ceived the announcement of his nomi nation with all the composure and calmness of a man who had been used to such things during a longer life than his. His handsome black eyes were perhaps slightly more dilated than ordinarily when the associated press bulletin carrying the nomination message was handed to him- but otherwise he manifested no <-hange of countenance or manner. He was at the time sitting chatting with two newspaper friends in his parlor at the Clifton house "If," said he, "this Is true, I want to do that which I have for some time had in contemplation In this emer gency." He then turned to the parlor ...

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. — 11 July 1896

8 DAVE DRAWS A blflE GOV. CLOKiII REFUSES TO STAND FOR BANK-WRECKER KORT GAARD'S RELEASE. — • HE DID NOT PARDON KRIST. THINKS THE BOARD OF PRISON MANAGERS MAY HAVE PAR DONED HIM. STORY HI RT HIS CAMPAIGN. Minneapolis Scamli nn vians Are Sore On Kortgaard and Do Not Fancy His Release. Gov. Ciough is quite indignant at the assertion made by a Minneapolis even ing paper with much display Thursday night to the effect that he had secretly pardoned Kristian Kortgaard, the State bank breaker of Minneapolis, who has just finished a year in the gtate prison at Stillwater. Executive Clerk'Angell yesterday au thorized the Glob c.evidently speaking ex cathedra, to state that Gov. Ciough had absolutely nothing to do with the pardoning of Kortgaard, that he had not signed any pardon, and as nearly as could be figured out, If Kortgaard Is free, it must be by parole of the state board of prison managers, which meets periodically in Stillwater, and which is appointed by the governor, but does not se...

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. — 12 July 1896

VOL. XIX.— NO. 194. BULLETIN OF THE ST. PfWJL GLOBE. SIXDAY, JI'LY 12, 1800. I^!\Veather for Today- Fair, Southwesterly Windt*. PAGE 1. Awful Railway Wreck In lowa. Bewail Named for Vice President. Five Ballots Are Taken. Fatal Mistake of John R. McLean. PAGK a. The Lax* Day at Chleagro. S In- llaltotM In Detull. PAGE 3. Bryan and McKlnley Look Alike, Sketch of Mr. Sewall's Life. Mr. Uryan Becomes a Clam. Mammoth Clothing Store for St. Paul PAGE 4. Editorial. New Dem. Committee Agfjrressive* Alfrida an Easy Winner. PAGE 5. Town and Country Club Road Rnc« Armenian Horrors Described. McKinley on the Crisis. PAGE 6. Emperor Wants More War Ships. Boston Militia Honored in London Clougrh Reviews . Second Regiment Row the Democratic Ticket Takes. Hamllne Rendeivona for Cyclers. a^ PAGE 7. Today Ht the Churches. Business Man's Announcement. PAGE 8. McCardy'a Latest Paving Kick. Prydc to Be Executed July 23. Sensational Death at Winona. PAGE 9. A'ews of Minneapolis. PAGE 10. It. Paul Defeat...

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. — 12 July 1896

2 against the nomination of the Ohio cdi- I tor. It was at this critical juncture that McLean's telegram stated that it Wei Mr. McLean's wish that he should not be balloted for. Delegate Sloan, however, after reading the telegram, distinctly stated that while the tele gram expressed Mr. McLean's wish, it did not express the sentiment of Ohio, which on the fifth ballot continued to cast 46 votes for McLean. The tele gram, however, Bhattered the McLean forces and Indiana, lowa and other states flocked into camp of the Maine men. Sewall'a nomination wtis unani- ; dm us before the conclusion of the roll \ call, amid scenes of jubilation and re joicing in the course of which the state ! standards were paraded about the Coliseum in the wake of the colors of j Nebraska and Maine. It seems prob able tonight that the campaign head- I quarters will be transferred from New \ York to Chicago, in order to bring them nearer to the heart of the coming fray. ; and that Senator Jones, of Arkansas, w...

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. — 12 July 1896

SEWRMt OF piflE Continued from Second Page. •went to Clarke, of North Carolina. The vote in detail was: FOURTH BALLOT. Narrowed Down to Race Between Sewall and McLean. I ? ? | |j| Ml l If? Alabama 22 Arkansas 16 California .... .... 16 .. .. 2 .. .. Colorado 8 Connecticut 12 Delaware 1 3 2 Florida 3 5 Georgia . . 26 Idaho 6 Illinois 48 .. .. Indiana 30 .. .. lowa 26 Kansas 20 Kentucky 10 .. .. 18 .. Louisiana 16 .. Maine 12 Maryland 9 „ 7 Massachusetts 30 \\ ji [ jf I IN! I lijii'iiiiiJniiniiinjiiiiiliMiii.'im) lijim [ )■: % \\\\\\ ITi f t^^ji^jMilliJ^rj ! ,7 f ; ' ifji ?f }\\ jfjuittumj rirfunii lif 11 1 1 1 ml l 'Jiaj/i i v !lill|hsNillll!|/ Hliuiffll II RPMARU'AQ! C DDf\C\l n I U/CMCCC nc tup T\ur\ nnrninnmn ■■ Aa «...^«. Michigan 28 .. Minnesota „ .. 11 „ 7 Missouri 34 Mississippi , „ is „ Montana 4 „ „ 2 .. Nebraska , 16 Nevada 6 New Hampshire , „ g New Jersey , „ 20 New York 72 THIS WEEK ■11 1 1 SELLi Olive Oil Castile Soap at 25c per doz. Cocoa Castile Soap at 22c per doz. Tu...

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. — 12 July 1896

4 THE PfllLY GLOBE IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY AT NEWSPAPER ROW, COR. FOURTH AND MINNESOTA ST9. OFFICIAL PAPER OF ST. PAUL.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Payable in Advance, Daily and Sunday, per Month JSO Dally and Sunday, Six Months - f 2.76 Dally and Snnday, One Year - fS.OO Dally Only, per Month - - - - **O Daily Only, Six Months «2.25 Dally Only, One Year - - - - - f 4.00 Sunday Only. One Year ... - f 1.50 Weekly, One Year ------ f 1.00 Address all letters an/1 telegrams to TUB GLOBE. St. Paul. Mian. EASTERN ADVERTISING OFFICE. ROOM 401, TEMPLE COURT BUILDING, NEW YORK. .WASHINGTON BUREAU, 1403 F ST. N. W. Complete files of the Glob* always kept ton hand tor reference. WEATHER FOR TODAY. WASHINGTON, July 11.— Forecast for Sun day. Minnesota— Fair; southwesterly winds. Wisconsin— Fair: continued high tempera ture; light to fresh southerly to southwesterly •winds. The Dakotas— Fair: cooler; variable winds. Montana— Fair; slightly cooler; northwest erly winds. DAILY MEANS. Barometer. 30.00; the...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 July 1896

SOGIETY AT ft RACE JHE TOWN AXD COUNTRY CLUB'S CROSS COUNTRY RUN A SUCCESS. FASHION WAS OUT IN FORCE CLARENCE BUNKER WON THE FIRST TIME PRIZE. SIIKI'- ARD STOKE, SECOND. THE FORMER WIXS SECOND PLACE "W. T. HntchlnH, of Whom Much Wat Expected, Pnnetured a Tire and Hud to Quit. The cross country road race run yes terday under the auspices of the Town and Country club was a close and inter esting contest as well as one of the chief social events of the season. Fashion was out in its gayest attire to witness the athletic struggle between members of its own set and the vicin ity of the Town and Country club house on Marshall avenue presented an unwonted scene of attractiveness as the 400 watched the start and waited the return of the victorious scorcher. The enthusiasm and patronage ac corded yesterday's race will still the adverse criticism which has been heaped upon the humpbacked bicycle rider and his insane desire to fracture records and the anatomies of pedes trians. Society has set...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 July 1896

6. GOVERNOR IN GflJflP CLOIGH'S VISIT TO LAKEVIEYV THROWS THE SFHON'D I.VTO A I iARKY OF EXCITEMENT. THE REGIMENT REVIEWED. PARADE SOBS OFF AS SMOOTHLY AS A STATE HKPIfIUCAM M ACH I \ X COX V EXTION . WORK FOR AMHII-ANCE CORPS. An lniorestiug Test of It* Efficiency —Numerous Prominent People Yitiit Camp. £p4etal to the Globe. LAKE CITY, Minn., July 11.— This was Governor's day at Camp Lakevlew and Him David M., in aH his military glory, made a sort of birdseye inspec tion of the tented city at this place. Minnesota's chief executive, aceom pai.ied by his high ranking staff, stepped off at the Lakeview depot — so called — at just 5 o'clock. The awful din of the governor's salute that came out of a smoking gatling gun, immediately after the arrival of Minnesota's Re publican leader, sounded very much like the afterclap of a Democratic con vention, and more than one of David's followers wore a worried look till the last shot had been fired. The governor and party were conducted to the ...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 July 1896

J^l?!???™ Sllk Reductions, j Hosiery and Underwear. Great Shoe Safe. {Boslis UcdeFiaeaF. Ol ' U4 V nua-0018- QrQftt Saving to feature by the Baited J»r\reißflr ! - *rio« redttdttorw for this sale that mem maay _1 ! „ JLa<tl««» 3urani«r HIST s«a!e of Prices, that bring the Mast Fashionable Bilks *»*•* bargain*. fSS Wt Jwiy» d«old«d *o UMik« • rafil- ; Corsatu, extra loa*, -, , within a Mere Shadow of CobL Ladies' 3faHno Oana« fcadl««' Qo\t Jerseys or < \ oal °^* n «'* to our department Js§&% dWoi* oido steels; re*. — i jXUI EM w ith short I-™*, i ,», „» . GroS O* jLOfldroS. BlnoU *^tt«ies urion Units— < ofiwtd m »t. Paul, \ «^r ) } ticks and wide lnoe We. Mid.Sum.iier Sab Price 17W Sale Prlec For ¥kitt.| ft*ular tf* »alo *rlee B4le Price $£• f 3 jfe*!£°t c Oflf I*dle»» Mnslta Oheiutoea, trimmed One lot Men* ami Boy*' Cotton J. 2 000 Yards Uroo»«l B d El?k!iV*Sl- * I***'1 ***' fUC T„. , r ,, v Children's Hose-Fine 1- ; *~ fX .^.. ... 7O<s with wide «r.brolderv; r*gu- 3...

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. — 12 July 1896

8 HERIiIFEfISADONE BKHIMI THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF KlilTH MONTAGI 12'S DEATH IS A STORY. WHICH WILL NOW BE BURIED. SHE AVAS RELATED TO NORTH DA KOTANS PROMINENT IN POL ITICS. VIKH FATHER A LEADING FIGURE Her Name Associated at the Time With the Jamestown Asy lum Scandal. Many St. Paul people found an item of interest as well as surprise in the Globe yesterday morning as follows: WINOXA. Minn., July 10.— A sudden and sad death took place this morning at the Ho tel Winona about 11:30 o'clock. Miss Edith Montague was a young lady of some twenty three years, from Dickinson, N. D.. where she has very wealthy and prominent parents She was here stopping with friends at the hotel. For the past week or so she has been unwell, her physician pronouncing her sickness as a light malarial fever. This morning she seemed a little better, and was sitting up in bed. About 11 o'clock slie became very pale and put her hands to her head, suffering great agony. In a few minutes she fell back and lu-r face bec...

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. — 12 July 1896

Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diar.'hoea, 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 nigiits, many dollars in doc tor's bills, and no end of suffering. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle. MINNEAPOLIS. OFFICE 2i> 3OVTU FOURTH STREET. BEGGING TO BOOIW U'KIO PA RATIONS FOII THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS CONVENTION GO 'hbuuli ox. CONTRIBUTIONS ARE $11,000. tOMMITI'UES WILL CONFER WITH ST. I'AIL «. A. It. TO AR RANGE DATES. 3UANY POPS INCLINED TO BOLT. Much DiMsntisfuetion ExpreHttetl Ovei ***<» Question of Indorsing Bryan. Preparations for the Knights of Pythias encampment in Minneapolis are booming more lively than ever. The noise made by the great convention at Chicago drowned out the local boom temporarily, but it was booming just the same. Secretary Fred Wheaton, of the local committee on arrangements, announces that contributions to the expense fund, as secured by the finan...

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. — 12 July 1896

10 'SIXGRpSSTRfIIGHT ST. PAIL ENDS A WEEK WITHOIT SIFFERING A SINGLE DE FEAT. DETROIT MADE IT SO CLOSE, THOIGH, THAT TWO GOOD HITS IN THE NINTH WOULD HAVE WON. GOLD BUGS BEAT THE MILLERS. A Small Score and Exrlttng Contest in Minneapolis! — Indianapolin Still Forges Ahead. St. Panl 7, Detroit S. Grand Raplda 5. Minneapolis 4. Indianapolis 10, Milwaukee 9. Kansas City 14, Columbus 5. Played. Won. Lost. Per Cent. Indianapolis 64 44 20 .688 Minneapolis 67 39 28 .582 St. Paul 66 37 29 .561 Detroit 65 35 30 .538 Kansas City 67 36 31 .537 Milwaukee 71 31 40 .437 | Grand Rapid* 70 25 45 .357 j Columbus 70 23 47 .829 ! The following table shows from what teams games have been won and to what teams games were lost: CLUBS. m p 5 ** E c o-: <t <b "° z. >r h a ■ " 2. £• :«{»»: r " :«« . s : : : ;;•;.:•;; t Indianapolis — 3 3 6 7 6 8 1144.688 Minneapolis .....' 2— 6 8 511 5 2 89.582 St. Paul 2 8—3587 437.561 Detroit 6 3 2—41 91035.538 Kansas City .... 1682— 856 36 .537 Milwaukee 1 4 6 3...

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. — 12 July 1896

WILL NOT PUNCTURE CLAIM FOR A TIRE MADE BY THE MAKER OF A NEW INVENTION. CLIP FOR TEMPORARY REPAIR. BICYCLE TELEGRAPH FOR MILI TARY HI H POSES THAT HAS STOOD TESTS. KOVKL HUM I Mil MECHAMSM. Chime of Molls for the Hleycle— Pedals Provided With Foot (ianKm. The tire is certainly the most im portant and delicate part of the bi cycle. It requires more care and at tention than the whole wheel itself. Every wheelman knows what a. punc ture means, and does his best to guard against it. But however careful he may be. a puncture some time or other if inevitable. Many a fine day's enjoyment has been spoiled by a puncture. No won der, then, that inventors and manu facturers are working hard to con struct a tire that will be invulnera ble to tacks, glass and similar inani mate enemies of the bicyclist. Wheth er this can be done there is grave rea son to doubt; and yet, since the ciis- : covery of the X rays, it would seen* ' that even a tire that cannot be pune tured is possible. But be that a...

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. — 12 July 1896

12 saln(t paUl soclal. Suciety went to the circus last week and had the very nicest time in the world. Circus parties were in order afternoon and evening, and right jolly affairs they were. And after the even ing's performance society stayed to the concert, and then remained on the grounds and watched the men take the tonts dowr., pack the animals away in their cages, etc., and then the merry parties went to various homes on the hill and had luncheon. In an article on fans the Chicago Record says that one of the fans Mrs. Almeric Hugh Paget inherited from her mother has gold and ivory sticks, and is valued at the trifling sum of $1,000. She is one of the prominent St. An thony hill society dames and one of the most devoted of mothers, and her most recent accomplishment is the translation and typewriting of a pretty French child's story, which, when com pleted, made two large volumes. These she has had handsomely bound and presented her little ones, who will treasure them all the mor...

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. — 12 July 1896

RPfIG THE ORDERS HOWARD VOl\(i, GRAND HE . (ORDER KNIGHTS OF MALTA "WRITES A LETTER EXPLANATORY OF THE ORDER. Has xo coxxectiox with the a. i\ a., oßAX(;i:>n:\ o:i other SOCIETY. TMIWEAPOLIS VSD THE PYTHIAXS. lowa's HriKiiile O»lieer» to Come Up to a Conference Xext Week- Other Societies. To the Editor Daily Globe: The ques r tion has been asked me by parties not | members of the Knights of Malta if I the order was in any way connected j with the order known as the A. P. A., or Orangemen. I answer most em phatically, no. and to try and enlighten j all such 1 will try and explain in a very h'ief letter to the public through your valuable paper. To visit the sick and care for them, bury the dead, edu cate the orphan and protect the widow ! r and fatherless children of a deceased I companion is fhe great calling of our ancient and illustrious order. Nay. | more, to protect Innocence and virtue | and defend such with our lives and ' fortune, if needs be. The order of j Knights of Mal...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 July 1896

14 The Presidential Job. What it is Worth and What it Costs to Get and Keep it. (Copyrighted, 1896, by Frank G. Carpenter.) WASHINGTON, July 9.— The race for the presidency will be a hard one. The candidates will be abused by the opposing parties, and the man who suc ceeds will have his character and his tory laid bare by the X rays of the newspapers and stump speakers. It will be a wearing and worrying race from start to finish, and the prize at the end is the White House with all its cares. Is the game worth the candle? Can a man who is doing well afford to be a candidate for the presidency? Let us see. EXPENSES OF A CANDIDATE. In the first place, it costs a great deal to be a presidential candidate. Mc- Kinley, for instance, has kept open house for the past six months, and there will not be a day between now and November that he can sit down at his table alone. Republicans of promi nence from all parts of the union will c>ime to Canton and he will have to maintain a large cler...

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. — 12 July 1896

The Globe Wants Will Always Supply the People's Wants. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Trains Letn-e and Arrive St. Paul .«* Follows: Onion Depot, Slbley St. /gtiiK TICKET OFFICE (ld& 162 \ggjT EAST THIRD ST. Diniiitf Cars on Winuipeg and .--ST. PAUL. I'acitic Coast Trains. Leave. Arrive. Ppcili'- Mail (daily i for Far«o Bozeman, rttute. Helena. Mis »oula. Spokane, Tacoma. Seattle and Portland.. - :>:4"<pmjs:ss pm Dakota Express 'dai^ for Moorhead, Farsjo,-! ■ nii'Stown, Versus Fallß. Wahpeton. Crookston. Grand Forks. Graf ton and Winnipeg i:» pm 7UO a m Fargo Local ( dally except Sun day} for St. Cloud, Braiuerd BiidFargo 3:Toam 5:30p m y Ibnnn First dnss and Tonrfst j^JpjMffpCKEl OFFICES: l**f^l^l_li__-P^395 ROBERT ST., :: i j||i : -SJ corner sixth, |tiff 9 ' (THONE 480) AND 038 881 union depot. Lenre. | t£x. Sun. •Daily. | Arrive. *fr:ltam /~* 1 ■ ■ s~* A _~» _"w *7 :50 am HI :](am .Duluth, Superior, Ashland. Ifi:fiopm •lUipra .. Duluth and SuDenor *ti:saam •1( :(.' atnjsu City, Omah...

Publication Title: Saint Paul Globe, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Paul globe. — 12 July 1896

16 Don't fail to visit the new store, Roomy, Airy, Clean and Bright. A real attrac tion, and a pleasure to do shopping. But after all — the prices are the real attraction; see the following: 11 cents Per Loaf for the Best Bread ever baked, $1.59 Prir OS-ib. sacks Yerxa's Extra Patent Flour. (So better Hour ever offered.) 50 cents Per bushel for good, sound sour apples. 5 cents Per can for 3-lb. cans Staudard Pumpkin. $1.00 For 16 quart cases Extra Fancy Blueberries. 20 cents Each for large Georgia Watermelons. 31 cents k package for good Corn Starch. 33 cents Per bushel for fine, new Minnesota Potatoes. 17 cents Per Bound for Yerxa's Extra Creamery Butter, In 5-lb jars. 5 cents Per pound for strictly Pure Kettle Rendered Lard. (One day sale oaly.) YERXA BROS. & CO. LABOR NOTES. R. J. Coyne, until recently president of the Journeymen barbers' union of this city, and also president of the state barbers' asso ciation, has gone to California with the avowed purpose of making that st...

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