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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

VOL. VII. GREATERACTI7ITY Characterized the Market for the Past Week, With the Possibility of A SHARP UPTURN IN THE FUTURE. Wheat Opened Easy and Advanced Closing 1 cent Higher. A PREDICTED RISE IN CORN, j Pork Active and Stronger— High- j er and Oats Quiet. STOCKS STRONG AND ACTIVE. Wall Street Experiencing an Old Time Bull Market CHICAGO. iSpeeial Telegram to the Globe. \ Chicago, Feb. 9.The week ending to day has been one of greater activity in grain and provision circles than for ! pome time past. Outside orders have been larger, but the bulk of the business was local, and by the same crowd of operators ■who were foremost in the markets for the past two months. There is a growing ten dency among the moat conservative brokers and speonlaturs to go slower as the time is now at hind when a sharp npturn is liable to occur, and those who have watched mar kets for j eara think the indications for such a movement are becoming more ap parent every day. Wheat was the leading feature in s...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

VOL. VII GBEATERAGTIYITY Characterized the Market for tho Past Week, With the Possibility of A SHARP UPTURN IN THE FUTURE. Wheat Opened Easy and Advanced Closing 1 cent Higher. A PREDICTED RISE IN CORN. Pork Active and Stronger—Hogs High er and Oats Qniet. STOCKS STRONG AND ACTIVE. W'jill Street Experiencing an Oid Time Bull Market CHICAGO. (Special Telegram to tho Globe. \ Chicago, Feb. 9. —The week ending to day has been one of greater activity in grain and provision circles than for some time past. Outside orders have been larger, but the bulk of the business was local, ar.d by the same crowd of operators who were foremost in tho markets for tho pa?t two months. There is a growing ten dency among the most conservative brokers and speculators to go slower as the time is now nt. hand when a sharp upturn is liable to occur, and those who have watched mar ked s for 3 ears think the indications for such a movement are becoming more ap parent every day. Wheat was the leading feature in...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

jSBAL 3STATB DAVIS & BROWN.. .. Seal Estate aad Monpie Loam 860 Jnokson Street, St. Paul, Minn. '■■'} 7 Investments made and taxes paid tot non rMider.t* Cli QOA BUYS new "ix-room house on fjp I ; *./\ f\J Carroll street, near Western avenue. Davis * Brown, 360* Jackson street. $825 FOB good lot on Van Buren street, near Kont street. Davis & Brown, 860 Jackson street. LARGE list of houses and lots for sale by Da vi* & Brown, 360 Jackson street. $;,800 FOR choice lot on Dayton avenue, worth $2,300. Davis & Brown, 860 Jackson street. •!'/.= ■ $1,300 FOR nice residence lot on Arundel street, near Dayton avenn«. Dnvis & Brown, 860 Jackson Btreet. SIX handsome residences on St. Anthony hill, $4,800 to $ 4,000, for sale by Davis & Brown, 86U Jackson street $3,0('0 ON for eleven-room house in lower town, lot 75 feet front by 67 in depth. Good, barn; $50 per -month pays for it. Davis & Brown, 360 Jackson street. 50 GOOD houses for sale by Davis & Brown, 860 J...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

TALK. Auy one who scans the newspapers of the time will discover that the foremoet topics and the most prominent affairs as to space in many journals are theatrical. The press teems with them, society is rife with them, and "professional" ambition and renown are regarded as the most landable and enviable. The rebound in popular estimation from the old time severity in regard to players to the present absurdity of prominence, is not a healthy indication of publio sentiment. In some issues of our best leading papers throughout the oountry reprehensible ;waddle concerning singers and actors aosupieß the room of better reading. If ft be in deferenoe to a public desire for such gossip it is questionable «nterprige on the part of journals publishing such an 9X688 of it, to the exclusion of the best mental product expected of them by their best Bupport. There is no "profession" in the world that reap 9 such a harvest from newspaper mention, without paying for it in any proportion to the va...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

TALK. Any one who scans the newspapers of ;he time will discover that the foremost iopics and the most prominent affairs as to space in many journals are theatrical. I'ho press teems with them, society ia rife with them, and "professional" ambition md renown are regarded as the most andable and enviable. The rebound in popular estimation from the old time severity in regard to players to the present ibsurdity of prominence, is not a healthy ndioation of publio sentiment. In some issues of our best leading papers throughout the oountry reprehensible waddle concerning singers and actors >03upies the room of better reading. If $be in deference to a public desire for mch gossip it is questionable enterprise >v the part of journals publishing such an JxeBB of it, to the exclusion of the best Rental product expected of them by their seat support. There is no "profession" in .he world that reap 3 such a harvest from newspaper mention, without paying for it in any proportion to the va...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

• <JJjofjJj£ JfHoSgJ Paper of the City and County. I i ' 1 tad Published Eve; » Day In c the Xo&rH BE TEX H . fAUL GLOBE POINTING COMPAKI'B Ho. 821 V-ibashiwr atrMt. St. Piral. I ■T. :<■ L.BUSD *, FEBKUAIYIO. I M TERMS OF THE GLOBE.I ■.:■■•■-:• ■ :EN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CABI IEB.B ■ ' ear payabis in advance ?8 OOH [Souths, payable in advance 4 25H iKoatfa*.. 25■ Month 76 ■ !X ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST AGE PAID. gg ear £8 00 i Months 3 50 ree Months 2 00 ie Month 70 '.i mall subscriptions payable invariably In ad- Hoven?nsues per -seek by.mail at same rates as syecarrier. SUNDAY GLOBE. ?y Carrier-per year $2 00 ij Mail—per rear, ncstage caid 160 WEEKLY GLOBE. •iy Mail—postaeeTsa"d. per y9ar $1 IS rKSTIZRTHY'S MARKETS. The St. Paul markets wer» dull and quiet yes ♦srday, with wheat %@lc higher. At Milwau ;crt,. and Chicago wheat was firm and rising. Hilwakee closed %&i\%c higher than on Fri day. Chicago wheat was 1%@1%0 h;gher; corn was steady, and oats }4<x.\'+c abo...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

HAIL? WEATHER BULLETIN. OmcKICmKjCSiGNAi. OF7IOKB, Washington, D. C, Feb. 9, 9:56 p. m, Observations taken at the Bams moment cf time at all stations. TJPFEB MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bur. The?. Wind, W«ather. 81. Paul 50.52 -2 8 £Cloudy. St. Louis 30.45 25 NE Cloudy. hi Uroseo 30. 5 N Cloudy. SOUTHWEST. Bur. Ther. Wind. Wether. ?iemarek 80.57 -13 Calm. Fair. •ttinnedosa 80.66 -20 W Clear. Vt. Garry 30.62 -21 NE Clear. Quapelle 80.75 -22 W Cltar. Jlioorhead 1:0.53 -13 fiW Clear. IWi,TZi'.T.H BOOKS MOUNTAW SLOPE. . Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Vincent 80.57 -17 NW Clear. ttu ABBiimboine..Bo.sß -9 V. U. «..v. St. tnford 80.58 -6 N Lt. Snow* Ft Ouster 30.42 -9 N Cloudy. Helena, M. T...80.25 -1 NW Lt. Snow. Huron, Dak 30.51 -18 N ' ear. Medicine Hat....80.74 -14 N Cloudy UPPEB LAKHS Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Duluth 80.53 1 NW Clear. Chicago 30.46 21 NW Clear. L MIDDLE EABTEEN ROCK? KOEJITAIJf SLOPE. Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather. Denver 80.21 22 N Clear. Dodge City 30.31 Ji2 E Clear. MISSOURI VAL...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

6 I1»IS1!S. OFFICE—No. 6 Washington Avenue, oppo ito Nicollet bouse. Office}*hours from a. m o 10 o'clock p.m. MINNEAPOLIS GLOB-LETS. The Flour City minstrels rehearsed last evening. Miss Corson finished her cooking lee tares yesterday. The real estate transfers filed yesterday, aggregated £4*2,419. The University oratorical contest occurs on Tuesday evening. ; John Sexton's assault and battery case was discharged yesterday. The park commission failed to meet yesterday. There was no quorum. The Boston restaurant will set a good dinner to-day on the European plan. The Irish National league meets this evening at 110 Washington avenue south. The Reform club will hold their regular weekly meeting this afternoon at Harrison hall. The Illinois society has adopted appro priate resolutions in respect to the death of H. L. Clay. In the case of Ellen T. Coolbaugh vs. Eliza J. Roemer the court yesterday filed a decision for the plaintiff. David Fewell's nine-year-old son frac tured his left ar...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

FINANCIAL, MOBNINO BIFOBT. Www Yobk, Fib. 9.— a. m.—Stocks quiet and strong. Some scares reached the best figures current during the bull campaign. New York Central sold up to 117 X. Delaware, Lacka wanna A Western 127, Lake Shore 102%, Can «da Southern 56%. ArTKBNOON BEPOBT. Monay easy at I>£@2 per cent, on call. Prime mercantile paper 4@5K per cent. Bar Bilver, $1.11 %. Foreign exchange steady at U. 853-4^4.53^ for long, $4.88>£@4.89 eight. BANK STATEMENT. Loans, increase $3,074,000 Specie, increase .... 4,274,000 Legal tenders, decrease 897,003 Deposits, increase 6,363,001) Circulation, decrease 92,000 liesorve, increase 1,796,000 The banks now hold $21,095,000 in excess of legal requirements. Governments —Quiet State Bonds— Bonds—ltailroad bonds firm; New York, West Shore & Buffalo fives rangeu between si>!B@ss. —Continue strong, Philadelphia* Bead ing being up to 08, New Jersey CentnJ to 89%. Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific advanced to 122 sgainßt 1193^ at the c...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 10 February 1884

5 WIT GUSTAVE TIT 1 jMsMd UXIaJLJIIIIAI! bß* s3 N. W. Corner Seventh and Jackson streets, begs to urge a careful perusal of this adver tisement, comiflatim; lome radical changes in his busisess by March fir3t, with a view of enlarging the same extensively COMMffi lor the present, and until the disontinuance shall have been announced by the press, TO ALLOW the extraordinary discount of ON ANY AND ALL AND lias! —FROM LOWEST MARKET PRICES! any and all goods are INCLUDED in this offer. Our patrons certainly have had ample opportunity during the past 2 weeks to satisfy themselves that they are getting fno matter what kind of goods f they may have bought of us, or how much, or how little they bought, and while this sale lasts, they will be given a chance to . provide themselves with ■Dry Goods ' AND at such low figures, I- WHERE IT WILL r BE EVIDENT \ that the investment is a good and ; profitable one 1 i We will Try— availing ourselves of the op portunity of ample space kindly proffered ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. SffiN, GBAST ENDORSES tOGAN FOR PRESIDENT. Characterizing Him as Possessing all the Most Desirable Vluiracteristics of the Cit izen-Soldier—United Stales Marshals in the South Getting Jiig Fees by Summon ing the Voting Population of Whole Counties as Witnesses—A Convict as Dep uty Umted States Marshal—Postal Rec ommendations. * LSpecial Telegram to the Globe.] Washington, Feb. 10. —Among the latest curiosities of official conduct on the part of United States marshals, and their depu- j ties, which have been brought to light by | the Springer committee, are the summon ing of the entire \otiBg population of counties to testify in relation to frauds in the sonth. This occurred in one connty in Alabama, and two in Texa«, and the num ber of witnesses in these cases ranged from 1,700 to 2,000, when, according to special agents of the government, ten witnesses would have been sufficient. It was a method of earning fees. SWINDLING COMPEOMISES. In Texas, a district atto...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

VOL. Vll. WASHINGTON. »EN. GliA>r ENDORSES LOGAN FOR PRESIDENT. Characterizing Him as Possessing all the Most Desirable Vharacteristics of the cit izen-Soldier—United Slates Marshals in the South Getting Jiig Fees by Summon ing the Voting Population of Whole Counties as Witnesses—A Convict as Dep uty United States Marshal—Postal Jtec ommendations. ■ I Special Telegram to the Globe.] Washington, Feb. 10. —Among the latest cariosities of official conduct on the part of United States marshals, and their depu ties, which have been brought to light by I the Springer committee, are the summon- i ing of the entire voting population of counties to testify in relation to frauds in the south. This occurred in one county in Alabama, and two in Texas, aiid the num ber of witnesses in these cases ranged from ' 1,700 to 2,000, when, according to special agents of the government, ten witnesses ' would have been sufficient. It was a j method of earning fees. SWINDLING COMPBOMISEB. In Texas, a di...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

V aT. PAUL HUTS. BB Tfla JB |T is roluran will appear in the GLOBE every .\Ionday moving. 1'ertu.ent correspond*n»*e Willi, u.aukfully received, yxl should be ad dft**ad Tuif Editor of the lilobe. | How Turf Mji't-rs are Ivooklna at Farl hauH - om i F .»t Flyer* in P< o**p«*cti v«— ▲ FmeS o k Fmiu in Markka.I County — tl. I'.G.a tau'i- Plfsi for jtoad Carte--- Xiie Way to Breed Coaching Hemes. To Advertisers, Stock advertisements will hereafter be nstrtrd in the Monday is*-ne of the Globe jmmtaiatt-ly following he rea<Jing matter )f the horde department. In no o'her way ;-. -tock be so cheaply or prominently advertised as by takmg advantage of this opportunity. Figuies will be furnii-heo on application, and advertisements oai also <ocapy a corresponding position in the weekly issue, if desired. Fariha It botes. If the people who are cooped up in fast igrowing cities, where ever, thing is bustle, aotivity, noise and general struggling for wealth, would take a trip into the s...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

MfflMSm OFFICE—No. 6 Washington Avenue, oppos ite Nicollet house. OfficeV.houra from a. m o 10 o'clock p. m. MINNEAPOLIS GLORELETS. The Rev. M. W. Montgomery leaves to day for Sweden. There will be no meeting of the city council this week. The Sons of Veterans will give a social to morrow night. The board of trade will meet in weekly session this morning. The fourth sooial of the Sons of Veter ans will occur to-morrow night. The Ida Siddons female minstrels have secured dates at Pence Opera house, April 14th. A. C. Harris has severed bis oonneotion with the Pioneer to do "features" for the Gazette. Rev. H. M. Sim a: ons lectured at the Jew ish synagogue last evening on Wendeli PhillipB, Yesie^day was another quiet Sabbath, so far as noteworthy occurrences go, yet the streets were well thronged with peo ple. It is not yet known what duties| will be assigned our ambitions amatuer minstrel lombiration, styled the "Flour City Min itrels." The Sonday concert in Turner hall' given by Prof...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

J_ JCUtfy Q -Ctete Official Paper of the City and County. Printed and Published Eveiv Day in. the Xenr BJ THI ft, fAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY In. Ml •Wabnahnw Htreet. St. Paul. H PAUL MOND*i FEHRDAt Y 10. M TERM ]M GLOBE. JEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CARHIEB. Jdp Year payable in advance f8 00 i JI mths. jay able in advance 4 25 nree Fouths 8 25 Per Month 76 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK—BY MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year f6 00 Six Months 8 50 Three Months 2 00 One Month 70 All mall subscriptions payable invariably in ad vance. Sevenjlssnes par week by mail at .same rates a* byjcarrler. SUNDAY GLOBE. 3y Carrier—per year f2 OC By Mail—per vear, oostage oaid 1 6' WEEKLY GLOBE. By Mail—T)08taar« na-d. oar *1 l»* ■*•*■ Of the men, women and children refill ing in the United States, one perso-i In ktoh one hundred and seventy is now irawing a pension from the government. Thb government should have the eastorn Hood arrested for obstructing the United 3ta»es mails. In the section of country afflicted the m...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

Borning. At 1 p. m. it is throe feet higher than last year. A drizzling rain began at 4 p.m., md the outlook is m^et gloomy. The big landy river is reported rinb g at Uichardfcon. At "Ripley— The day has been a gloomy one ns he river is still rising three-fourths of an .inch •er hour. It has been raining steadily since 3 f. va. Manv of tlw houses that stood througlK {he flood of "last year hare been reach".! now •rndswept. etatiielyaway. The water i«2J inches higher than last ye r. There is groat damage to tobacco hanging in barns on low ■ lands. At Aurora, Ind.—The water is still rising and is at the door of tha Aurora National bank. Only one drug store remains oat of water. It is rainins» this evening. At Mudison, Ind. —The water here is rising one-half an inch an hour, and raining. idd Wash AID FOR TUB RUFFEREBS. A meeting of the coiijjressmen from Ohio, loutucky, and West Virginia was hald to day,to akestr-p* to soenroatt immediate epprop'iation 'or the leliof of the sufferers b...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

noming. At 1 p. m. it is throe feet higher than last year. A drizzlir.g win began at 4 p.m., wd the outlook is most gloomy. The big landvrJTer is reported ri^i- g a; Hichardeon. At"itipley— The day has been a gloomy one as he river is still r.'sing ,hree-fourthß of an .inch «r hour, it has be<:n raining f-teadily since 3 ». m. Many of the honsea that stood through" ;h« fl„od of "last year hare beer, reached now »nd swept entirely away. The water is 2i inches higher than last ye r. There is grout damage to totMu^o hanging m ban;s on low lands. At aurora, h.d.—Tito waterisstfll rising and is at the door of the Aurora National bank. Cnlv one drug store remains oat of water. !' - rainin-r this evening. At Madison, lid.—Tie water h?re is rising one-half an inch «n hoar, and raining. idd Wash AID FOB HIS SUrFEUKHS. A meeting of tl^ co igreasmen from Ohio, Kentucky, ;i;ml West Virginia was held to day, to ! akestep^to secure an immediate epprop'iation 'a ■ the teliof of tbi> sufferer...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

V From Sunday's Edition The following matter on this page appeared in Sunday's edition. Tho reason for thia re publication is becauso our regular mail rate of subscription does not include the Sunday issue, and comparatively few in the country care to pay extra for tho -ur.dny edition, which lies in the St. Paul post office and goes out in the same mail with the Monday paper. Ihe more im portant news and other miecellaneons informa tion, is, therefore, published on Monday for the benefit of country subscribers who do not get the Sunday Gloce. GRBATERACTiyiTY Characterized the Market for the Past Week, With the Possibility of *. A SHARP UPTURN IN THE FUTURE. Wheat Opened Easy and Advanced ■Closing 1 cent Higher. A PREDICTED RISE IN CORN. Pork Active and Stronger—Hogs High er and Oats Quiet. STOCKS STRONG AND ACTIVE Wall Street Experiencing an Old Time Hull Market CHICAGO. iSpecial Telegram to tha Globe.I Chicago, Feb. 9.—The week ending to day has been one of greater activity in grai...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

|From Sunday's Globed THE GLOBE. The Globe this morning makes its ■irst issne upon the new Hoe-Webb per fecting prees, which,with its accompanying outfit, haB been put in at an expense of over thirty thousand dollars. As is usual in inaugurating the use of new and elaborate machinery, there are many obstacles and rough edges to be overcome, and the Globe has encountered its full share in perfecting this enterprise. In presenting this issue the Globe does not wish to assume that it is a sam ple of what it will very soon be able to present to its thousands of friends and readers, and we only incidentally mention it this morning as the beginning of a new era in the publication of Ihe only exclu sively St. Paul morning English daily paper. With this we are ocntent for the present. In a few days the Globe will appear dressed in new type, which, taken in con nection with the fact that it will hereafter be printed from stereotype plates, instead of direct from the type, will enable us to p...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 February 1884

9 U&IL\ WKATHJSB BUI/LET1*. Office Chikf Signal Offices, Washington, D. C, Feb. 10, 9:56 p. c. Observations tazan at the same moment o Mine at ail stations. UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALLET. Bar. Ther. Wind Weather. 3fc. Paul..,., .. 30.51 6 Calm Fair. St.Louis... 3(1.28 84 E Ltrain. La Crosse 30.48 12 N Clear. WOBTHWEST. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bismarck 80.78 -18 N Fair. Ft. Garry 80.90 -26 NB Hazv. Minnedoea 30.91 -2S NW Clear. M.„r..eal 30.71 -10 N Lt snow. Quapelle 80.99 -85 W Clear. flOBTHEBN BOCKS MOUNTAIN SLOPS. Bar Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Vincent 80.82 -19 NW Clear. It. liuford 80.81 -20 N Clear. Ft Custer 30.70 -17 N Cloudy. Huron, Dak 30.64 -8 N Fair. Medicine Hat....30.99 -83 Calm Foggy. UPPEK LAEES. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Ouluth 80.59 5 N Fair. Chicago 30.86 30 NE Cloudy. MIDDLE EASTERN BCOKV MOUNTAIN 8LOPE. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Denver 3J.21 17 N Clear. Dodge City 80.28 22 NE Cloudy. MISSOURI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Leaven worth.... 3'). 32 24 N Ltrain. ...

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