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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 25 May 1884

4 : Daily iS ©lobe. Official paper of the City and Connty. :.; PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ; > , ;. BT THE . \- ■ ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, ,;!,Xo. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ', ' STTPAULTsUNDAYr MAY 25. mew TERMS OF THE GLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK— BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance §8 00 Six Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months .' '.. 3 25 Per Month 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year $6 00 Six Months • 3 50 Three Months 2 00. One Month 70 AH mail subscriptions payable: invariably in advance. Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as by carrier. , . !'; > * ,"' SUNDAY GLOBE. By Carrier year • • • -S2 00 By —per year, postage paid 150 WEEKLY GLOBE. By —postage paid, per year , SI 15 UAIJLY WJSATHIiII BIULEMS. Office Chief Signal Officer. ) Washington, D. C, May 24, 3:56 p. m. \ j Observations taken at the same moment of . time at all stations named. TOPER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul 30.10 57 N Clear La Cros...

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. — 25 May 1884

AMUSEMENTS. Tragedy at the Grand—Tlie "Bajah" and Other Attractions for this Week — The '■•Patfifinders" at the Olympic — Gossijjs and Notes About the Stage: The engagement of Keene, tragedian, closed at the Grand last night after a week of Shakesper ean draraf, artistically impersonated, fairly pat ronized and thoroughly appreciated and enjoyed. Of the respective performances this paper has hitherto spoken at length. Mr. Carl Ahrendt, one of the principals in the support of Mr. Thomas Keene, is an old St. Paul boy, who nearly eleven years since abandoned mercantile pursuits in this city for his first love— the stage. He has been with Mr. Keene for three years and is a highly esteemed member of the company both as an actor and as stage man ager. He is of a sunny disposition and makes friends wherever he goes. He has been warmly welcomed by his great number of friend* in St. Paul and a renewal of friendship has been ran tually pleasant. It is gratifying to know that Mr. Ahrendt has b...

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. — 25 May 1884

6 MMEAPOIJS HEWS. OFFICE—Xo. C Washington Avenue, opposite Nicollet house. Office hours from '6 m. to 10 o'clock p. m. The results of the Democratic county conven tion yesterday, everything considered, was emi nently satisfactory, The split which occurred during the preliminaries of the last municipal election, has finally terminated, and there is a gratifying probability that henceforth the uni ty of the Democrats of lleunepin county is as sured. E. A. B. Says there^ere thirteen Eighth warders in the caucus which elected him to the county convention, but he only knows one of them. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBEUETS. Paul's Business Man's lunch takes the cake. '-■ The receipts for liquor licenses fast approach $100,000. The park commissioners failed to get a quorum again yesterday. An application has been received at the G. A. R. headquarters for a post at Lake Park. Geo. E. Marcus yesterday made an assignment to W. S. Coe for the benefit of his creditors. The tax receipts yesterday were $31,303...

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. — 25 May 1884

METROPOLITAN MEN. The Stock Gambling Panic—lts Causes and Results. Ward's Operations on the Basis of Grant's Name and Fish's Secrets. Mr. AValter Phelps' Great Service to the New York Banker. [Special Correspondence St. Paul Globe.] New York, May 22.—More news is sup pressed in New York than is published. This maj be regarded as an exaggeration, but it is not untruth. Much that occurs does not see the light; much more does not deserve to; a great deal more cannot be told. The recent panic in Wall street illustrates this anew. The credit of many other houses would have Buffered had the whole that was known to Borne papers been printed; hundreds of in cidents characteristic of prominent men, have escaped telliug, because of the charity of some, and lack of space or enterprise of other papers; and the secrets of the chief and most dishonorable of the recent failures are really too vile to tell, and can only be hinted at. • I suggested last week that the Fisk & Ward failure would pr...

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. — 25 May 1884

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 25 May 1884

PEN PICTURES SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. Major Joseph R. Brown—One of Minne sota's Greatest Men—Early Life—Pe culiarities —Anecdotes —The Dead Horse —Bill to Suppress Immorality—Home Burned—Narrow Escape—An Appro priate Reply—ln a Tight Spot—Brown as a Mail —The Good Bye—Dead. BY T. M. NEWBOH. Article XXIII. JOSEPH R. BBOWN was born in Maryland in 1805, and had he lived to this time, he would have been 79 years old. He died in New York in IS7O, or 14 years ago, aged 65 years. His father was an Episcopal minister, and in early years Joseph tras pot to learn the printer's trade, but becoming dissatisfied from what he alleges was cruel treatment, he ran away and enlisted in the armj, and came to Fort duelling as a drummer boy, in 1819, or 65 years ago, at winch time he was about 14 years of age. He left the army somewhere in the years lS:'.j or 1828, and engaged in the lumbering and Indian business. He ' came to Saint Paul to re side permanently, in 1850, although he had been in the city of...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 25 May 1884

10 I [New York Observer.] ' MY MOTHER. BY EEV. PEAXCIS B. WHEELER, D.D. I remember, I remember. Through the years long fled; ■ Forms and voices, smiles and laughter, Of the vanished dead. 7-.T-'-:''.' How they rise before me, musing, , In the quiet night; And again, with me communing, Friends from world of light. One by one, they left me, vanished, Over path of light; Left me weeping, broken hearted, Hidden from my sight. But they come again to greet me, As in former years; Lovingly, they breathe upon me, Wipe away my tears. _ ■ And among them, one so tender, In my early years : She, my own, and loving mother, Hushing all my fears. As a blessed, heaveidi' vision, By my side she stands: 1 And for me her benediction, On my head her hands. And I feel her loving kisses, As of long ago; Clasping fond, and sweet caresses, With her voice so low. Oh, the joy, the inspiration, Of the vision fair; But, alas ! of brief duration, Fleeting as the air. Oh, my mother! shall I meet thee, In the wor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 25 May 1884

CONSTANCY. BY ELLA WHEELER, 1 will be trne. Mad stars forsake their courses, . And, led by reckless meteors, turn away , From paths appointed by Eternal Forces; ;" But my fixed heart shall never go astray. Like those calm worlds, whose sun-directed motion Is undisturbed by strife of wind or sea, So shall my swerveless and serene devotion Sweep on forever, loyal unto thee. I will be true. The fickle tide divided . Between two wooing shores, in wild unrest May. to and fro. swift, always undecided, . ?'■-." Not so the tide of passion in mv breast, With the grand surge of some resistless river That huries on. past mountain, vale and lea, Unto the main its waters to deliver, So my full heart keeps all its wealth for thee. I will be true. Light barks may be belated • Or turned aside by every breeze at play, While sturdy ships, well manned and richly freighted. With broad sails flying, anchor safe in bay. Like some firm rock, that, steadfast and un shaken Stands all unmoved, when ebbing bi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 25 May 1884

12 |§ FINANCIAL MORNING REPORT. . : •• New York, May 24.— a. m.—Stocks:- Opened depressed. Delaware, Lackawanna & Western declined 2% per cent., New Jersey Cen tral 2, Delaware & Hudson 1, Philadelphia ' & Reading %, New York Central 8H? Northern Pa cific preferred 2%, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 2K, Chicago & Northwestern 1%, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific IJ£, Missouri Pacific 1!*. Sub sequently there was a rally of }£©'- percent. Missouri Pacific rose 3% per cent, and the market became firmer. . . AFTERNOON RKrORT. ■Money 0 per cent, per annum. Prime mercan tile paper s©o percent. Bar silver, $1.11. Sterling exchange steady; 54.88&@4.84!i long, $4.85©4.85H short: -, BANK STATEMENT. Loans, decrease. $18,461,800 Specie, decrease. 10,604,100 Legal tenders, decrease • 4,080,400 Deposits, decrease • 80,686,400 Circulation, increase ••• 120,000 Reserve, decrease 734,150 The banks now hold $0,009,125 below legal requirements. Governments—J^jgher. State Secur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 26 May 1884

VOL. V*L A STALWART SQUEAL No Good for Stalwarts in Any of the Chances at Chicago. Blame and Arthur Hostile and the Dark Horse an Uncer tain Quantity. Bitter Attack of a Washington Paper Upon Senator Sabin of Minnesota. A Screed Supposed to be Inspired by Wiudoin or Friendship for Him. The Republican Candidates—Secretary Lincoln's l'rospects and His Ouuliiuations. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Washington, May 25.—Everybody who <m possibly arrange to get away will exodus to Chii-.igo during the week. A number of journalists, engineers and political promoters leave to-morrow night, and every outgoing tniiii from the federal city will carry its load ol visitors to the convention. Knights of the green cloth have made extensive ar rangements to entertain votaries of king faro and queen roulette and hospitality will be extended with lavish hand to lambs which "gambol on the green." A STALWART SQUEAL. A Republican congressman observed to the Globe correspondent to-day ihat he would l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 26 May 1884

2 ST. PAUL NEWS. AMONG THE HORSES. Little Brown Jug as Good as Ever.—St. Paul in Training. Growing: Interest in the Great Sale of Trotters at Midway Next Month. Gov. Sanford's Withdrawal From the Turf— His Plans for the Future. [This column will appear in the Globe every Monday morning. Pertinent correspondence will be thankfully received and should be addressed Turf Editorof the Globe.] To Atleerttiters. Stock advertisements will hereafter be in serted in the Monday issue of the Globe im mediately following the reading matter of the horse department. In no other way can stock be 60 cheaply or prominently advertised as by aking advantage of this opportunity. Figures will be furnished on application, and adver tisements can also occupy a corresponding position in the weekly issue, if desired. JLncal 3latters. Commodore Kittson has gone to New York, and will, as a matter of course, call upon his friend Mr. Bonner, who has had Little Brown Jug for a long time. It is a very satisfactory...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 26 May 1884

MILWAUKEE LETTER. Opening of the New Public Museum. Military Armories to be Erected--The Smith Suicide. Death of Mrs. Daniels—The Medford Sui cide—Short Items of Interest. [Special correspondence of the Globe.] Milwaukee, May 24.—The Milwaukee Public museum was formally opened in the Exposition building to-day. It occupies all tha space south of the main entrance and east of the main hall on the lower floor, cov ering about 7,000 square feet. The space is divided into two large halls and a smaller apartment, the latter intended as a meeting place for the Natural History society. One of the museum halls is named Laphain and the other Engelinau, in commemoration of of two men who durimr their lives did more tluin any other Milwaukeeans to create an intt'rost in the study of the natural sciences. Tablets bearing medallion portraits of pro ft *sors Lapham and Engelmann hang in the balls which are to be known by their re spective names. In every department the Ward collections and the En...

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. — 26 May 1884

4 Ifedlp @ estate Official paper of the City and Comity. |j , PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ' . i BY THE ■ ••: ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUI7mONDAy7mAY 26. iff TERMS OF THE GLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK —BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance ... $8 00 Six Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 2 25 Per M0nth...:... 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST AGE PAID. . " One Year • $6 00 Six Months •• 3 50. Three Months 2 00 One Mouth. ' • 70 All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as by carrier. SUNDAY GLOBE. By Carrier—per year S3 00 By Mail—per year, postage paid 150 . WEEKLY GLOBE. By 3Jail—postage paid, per year SI 15 " tVASUISGTOX BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Pnnl Globe is located at 1,424 New York avenue Residents of the northwest visiting Washington and having matters of local interest to give the public will receive prompt and courteous atten tion by calling at ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 26 May 1884

I; AMUSEMENTS. The "Rajali"—Sketeh of the Plot. That brilliant and diverting comedy, "The Rajah," which has had such a long and prosper out career at the New York Madison Square the-- Rter (whereat was given for 150 nights), will be' eeen at the Grand Opera house, commencing this evening. - "The Rajah" embodies | all that is bright and Sparkling, with a few pathetic touches, and novel ■cenie display. The famous home theater com pany will appear the play in this city. There is every indication that "The Rajah" will attract a large and elegant audience. The story of the play Is given herewith: An English country gentleman dies, leaving by trill an estate to his nephew, Harold Wyncot, and making him guardian -of Gladys • Wyncott, his cousin, whom he has never seen. ' Harold, by reason of his indolent and luxurious lire in India, ■ has gained among his brother officers the soubri quet of "The Rajah." ■On his arrival in England he meets with a frigid reception from Gladys, who has formed...

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. — 26 May 1884

6 H SUNDAY'S EDITION. The following matter on this . page Jtu peared in Sunday's edition. The reason for afe re-publication is because our regular mail ratWf subscription does not include the Sunday issue, and comparatively few in the country care to pay extra for the Sunday edition,which lies in the St. Paul postoffice and goes out in the same mail with the Monday paper. The more important news and other miscellaneous information, is therefore, published on Monday for the benefit of country subscribers who do not get the Sun day Globe. a DOUBLE DECKER. Two of a Kind Bursts Up the '•Grand Old Party." The Sclieffer and Fletcher Forces Cross Swords at Stillwater And Hold Two Conventions at the Same Time in the Court Boom. Fayette Marsh Wants to be Held to Keep from Hurting Anyone. Abe Hall, of the Penitentiary, Shoves the Schell'er Chairman Aside. A High Old Characteristic Time All Around. The Morning. . Yesterday morning in Stillwater was cloudy. It was cloudy literally and political...

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. — 26 May 1884

A HOUSE EPISODE. Ensign Keynolcls Hung Out as a Red Rag for Rich elieu Robinson. Grant and Colliding to Stand by Blame Through Thick and Thin. » Messrs- Carlisle and Dorslieimer Sug gested as a Strong: Revenue Reform Combination. Tilden's Health Compared With That of the Great Frenchman, Thlers, When Made President of France. "Calamity" Waller's Expedition in Chang ing His Shirt the Subject of Much Congressional Merriment. I Special Telegram to the Globe.l Washington, May 24. The episode of the house to-day was between "Richelieu" Robin eon of New York, and Brumm, of Pennsylvania, on one side, and Sunset Cox and Kasson.of lowa, on the other, on the senate bill granting Ensign Reynolds permission to receive a decoration from the emperor of Austria, in recognition of his gal lantry in saving the lives of shipwrecked An s triaus. When this bill was up on a previous oc casion.both Robinson and Brumm objected to its consideration, and it went over under the rule. It came up to-day under ...

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. — 26 May 1884

3 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES- The laying down of the cedar blocks on Third street has nearly reached Robert. Relitrious services were held at the Bethel chapel at the foot of Jackson street yesterday afternoon. Frederick Aiokcle was found dead drunk on the sidewalk on upper Eighth street at midnight with a big crowd about him and taken to the cooler. There were twenty-eight prisoners locked up at the city hall at 12 o'clock last eveniug, which argues a lively timo at the Municipal court this morning. Raymond Reed languishes in the city btfll for strikiug and bruisins: Mattic Turner, hav ing been arrested on Saturday on a warrant Bworu out by the latter. The steamer St. Paul, of the St. Louis and St. Paul packet line, will arrive at the com pany's wharf this morning and clear for the return trip at 10 a. ni. James O'Dowd waited on a girl home to the Merchants late last evening, and being drunk became so disorderly about that local ity that Officer McFetridge took him in escort to the ci...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 27 May 1884

VOL. VII. TIMID TRADERS. . Confidence Much Shaken in All Kinds of Stuff*. Prices Too Low to Sell Short and Not Low Enough for Bull Purposes. Moderate Dealing: and a Little Better Feeling: at Close- Hope That Rascality Has Been Exposed and the AVater Taken Out of Stocks. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Olobe.| Chicago, May. :2C>. —Moderate activity with unsettled values and a tendency to weakness characterized the opening of the grain mark et to day, but the state of affairs did not con tinue long, for with the recovery of prtces in New York, came on increased strength here. Owing to this cause aud the better feeling in financial circles, the early decline was more than recovered, aud the disposition of the bears to put out large linesof shorts checked. Wheat as usual was the most active speculative cereal, although other grains showed a fair activity, and all articles closed at the highest figure of the day. The unloading of the large amount of long wheat held by the Mil waukee...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 27 May 1884

2 RAIL RUMBLINGS. A Lively Time Expected Between the Manitoba and Fargo, Lariinore & Northern. Eecent Doings of the Northwestern Traffic and Transcontinental Associations. The Fargo, Larimore t£ Northern and the Manitoba. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Fakgo, May —The Argus has a lengthy special from Mayville which indicates that there is a prospect of a lively time between the Manitoba and the projected railroad known as the Fargo, Lariniore & Northern. It has for some weeks been the report that the Manitoba would build north from May ville, crossing their Devil's Lake branch in the vicinity of Larimore, and from there ex tending north to Garfield. Some two ' years ago a road was graded on this line when, it was expected that both the Casselton branch of the Northern Pacific and the Manitoba would run from Mayville to the north bound ary. This grading was mostly done by the farmers, who owned the land, given as a bonus to any company, that might build and operate a line. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 27 May 1884

. A POET'S LAST LOVE. jlt was towards the end of Heine's suffer ings when he was introduced to a lady who was to awaken once more, and to absorb for the rest of his days, what passionate feeling still remained to him. The acquaintance was entirely casual. Returning from Vienna to Paris the lady had been asked to j take some music, written to one of his songs by an admirer, to the poet, and was on the point of leading his house when from an in ner room she heard a violent ring of the bell, and soon afterward an eager voice asking the servant to let the visitor enter. This she ac cordingly did, and found, in a room bare of all ornament or comfort, iyiugon a couch propped up with pillows, a suffering, half blind man, in whom she immediately recog nized the great poet so ' dear to her by his works. "I always like," he said, "to talk to any one who comes from —from Germany." In this manner commenced one of the most curious love affairs on re cord; for no other word can be applied to a re...

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