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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 30 May 1884

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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. — 31 May 1884

VOL. VII. LOVELY CHETEK. The Most Thriving Tillage raid the Most Beautiful Lake in North Wisconsin. On the Chippewa Falls ami North- j em Division of the St. Pan! & Omaha Railroad. Largo and Fast Growing Business, i with Lumber Production a Leading: Interest. A Place Where Summer Tourists and Sports men Can Have Comfort with Pleasure. Tin- Lake Already Attracting Summer Residents :':■.■:.l the Neighboring Cities, Bui There's Room for Wore. "It is the most picturesque and lovely vil lage I ever saw, and at the same time it jHissessts attributes which will make it a place of importance and note some day. What did you say was the name of the place' < betels! They call it "Lovely Chetek," and when you come to see it you will say that for a certainty "there is an eternal fitness in things^ and thai this title is one of them. Why man! It is simply incomparable and when you get there you will regret that your stay must be numbered by days instead of by weeks." I was reclining upon t...

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. — 31 May 1884

2 Mill MEMORIAL DAY. The Day of Heroes Honored by Sunshine, Flowers, Music and Oratory. Observed All Over the Country "With Merited Evidences of Popular Interest. The Morning Visit to the St. Paul Cemeteries ami Afternoon Procession. Address to the Veterans and Citizens by Ex-Governor C. K. Davis. Gone are the days of hot strife, Hushed in the din of the fray, While peace with her banner to-day Mingles the blue and the gray. Low lay the heroes at rest, Sound in the sweet sleep of death, . ■ Over each mound floats the stars, Over each grave strew the flowers. Decoration day was more generally ob served in St. Paul yesterday than ever before. Nothing occurred to mar the perfect beauty and harmony of the occasion. The success of the observances on this patriotic day always depends on the character of the weather. Yesterday was simply a perfect day for outdoor observances; the lovely May morning dawned with an azure sky,unflecked by scarcely a cloud, and the sunshine was perfect all day...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 31 May 1884

THE blossoms ox THE TREES. O the blossoms, white an I blue, j Purple, pink and every hue. From sunny sl;y.- to tintings drowned In dusky drops of dew ! 0 ye blossoms on the trees, With your breath upon the breeze. There's nothing all the world arouud As half as sweet as you. Could the rhymer only wring All the sweetness to the lees Of all the kisses clustering In juicj use-to-bes, He would dip his rhymes mid sing Of the blossoms on the trees! "O ye blossoms on the trees." He would twitter, trill and coo, And singing "Such songs as these Are not as sweet as you — For you are blooming melodies The eyes may listen to!" Joints WhUcomb SUey. OBSERVATIONS. Spring lays of old were warm and long— They're longer now, and colder. The world once like a merry song; It's sadder now, and older. The fairies and the merry elves Are shy and discontented: They'd sense enough to hide themselves When east winds were invented. When songs they sung were sad at all It was a cheery ness; The songs we write...

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. — 31 May 1884

4 Xtailp. © c&iafcc Official paper of the City and Connty. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE ' -i-; '{ ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, SATKHDAY, MAY 31. SEW TERMS OF THE GLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance 58 00 Six Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 2 88 Per Mouth "5 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year SO 00 Six Months 3 50 Three Months '- 00 One Mouth TO All mail subscriptions payable invariably in idvance. Seven issues pet week by mail at same rates as by carrier. SUNDAY GLOBE. By Carrier— year S2 00 li> Mail—per year, postage paid IDO WEEKLY GLOBE. By Hailpostage paid, per year $1 15 ~ tFASHIXGTOX BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau ot the St. Paul Globe is located at 1,484 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 tiou by calling at or addressing the above nu...

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. — 31 May 1884

trict. He got in this afternoon and estab lished himself at the Grand Pacific, where he was seen by the Globe correspondent. '•There is a good deal of fiction, 11 he said, "in the talk about there being a popular out cry for Blame in Minnesota. He is perhaps the most popular candidate with the majority of the party. but what they seek is the nomi nation of the man most likely to be elected. Arthur is regarded as a safe man, and his nomination would not be objectionable to the party in Minnesota," You do nol think then, that the delegates will vote as a unit for Blame.'" ••1 can't say as to whether they will vote as a unit for any man. The delegates were un instructed and there lias yet been no confer ence. I haven't decided how I shall vote myself, but after talking it over we may Tote solid for Blame on the first ballot" ■■Who is the second choice of the Minne sota delegates!" "We haven't looked farthur than Blame and Arthur. I think the second choice of une nun is Arthur, but any ...

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. — 31 May 1884

ft MINNEAPOLIS MEWS. OFFICE—Xo. 6 Washington Avenue, opposite Nicollet house. Office hours from li a. in. to 10 o'clock p. in. \ MISNICAPOMS GLOBELETS. The private picnics and games of ball were numerous yesterday. Four serious accidents, one fatal accident, two bid runaways yesterday. June 3d is the probable date for the Men ik'lsshon club's concert, at the Grand Opera. A good lunch for ten cents, or a good dinner lor twenty cents at Paul's place, 205 Nicollet avenue, every day. The first of the scries of open air concerts at Oak Lake by Danz' band occurs Wednes day evening. Two young men created a little disturbance nt the St. James hotel last evening and were pulled in. It is estimated that there were nearly 30, --000 people at Layman's cemetery to observe the decoration. Marriage licenses issued yesterday: Geo. Tacobson and Lizzie Johnson, Olans C. Mckkalson and Olena Transon. The saloon at Sixth street and Second avenue north has been reported to the police us a disorderly plac...

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. — 31 May 1884

AT THE HOOK. From the Current. I thought myself indeed secure— So Cast the door, so firm the lock- But lo! the toddling comes to hire My parent ear with timorous knock, My heart were stone could it withstand The sweetness of my baby's plea— _ That timorous, baby knocking and '•Please let me In — only me." I throw aside th'uufinished book, Regardless of its tempting charms, And opening wide the door, I took My laughing darling in my arms. Mho knows but that in Eternity, 1, like a truant child, snail "wait The glories of a life to be. Beyond the Heavenly Father's gate? And will that Heavenly Father heed The truant's supplicating cry, As at the outer door 1 plead "'Tisl, U Father! only I!" Eugene Field. VNKK THE SNOWS. From the Boston Transcript. Under the drifted snows, with weeping and holy rite. For a little maid's repose let the lonely bed be digut: Cold is the cradle cover our pitiful hands fold over The heart that had won repose or ever it knew delight. High an- the heavens and s...

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. — 31 May 1884

s THE CITY. \ CITY LOBULES. t I The state militia presented a handsome and martial like appearance yesterday. Surgeon General Dr. Murphy says that yes terday's parade was one of the finest he has ever seen. The Great Western band gives a concert to-night at Kin- park consisting of a choice programme. Not dead but speechless. This was the condition of a paralyzed drunk brought in on the jumper yesterday afternoon. The old board of education will meet to night to wind up its business aft go out of existence. A meeting of the new board will be held on Monday evening. The .jury in the Dorman suit for $25,000 damages lor malpractice against Drs. Jas. W. and Geo. E. Roath brought in a sealed verdict for defendants yesterday morning. John T. Raymond is running for congress in the Fourth district. This was handed in as a. joke and interested parties will be hand ed a diagram showing where the laugh comes in. The platoon of police in yesterday's pro cession numbered over forty men. They were...

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. — 1 June 1884

VOL. VII. ■ SILKS. : ■ "•,'.-. Silks! Silks! Black Gros Grain Silks! Colored Gros Grain Silks! SUMMEK SILKS! We take pleasure in announcing to our patrons and the public, that we have greatly enlarged this department. In order to make it a popular one we have decided to have for & time, irre sistable low prices. Mr. Heinemann who is"at present in the East ern was fortunate enough to secure a lot of fine Lyons ? €okred Gros Grain Silks Of all colors and shades—they are cheap at $1.50 a yard— we will place them At $1.25, less 25 per cent. We claim them the biggest bargain in colored Gros Grain Silks, East or West. We will, at the same time, offer BLACK GROS GRAIN SILKS at prices that cannot be dupli cated. We beg to call especial attention to our Cfjfe <^^ 00 BFk Gros Grain Less 25 per ct. *¥P £2 "gp SILK. $1.50 Which, for richness of color, finish and fineness of texture, is not excelled by goods usually sold at $2.50 and $3.00. We have bargains in Black Silks at 65c, 75c, $1....

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. — 1 June 1884

2 REAL ESTATE. JOHNM. ZTXCH. FORTY foot lot on University avenue, $1,200; 40 foot lot on hice street, $1,200; 90 foot lot on West Seventh street, $1,250: are good business lots, on easy terms 1 SEVEN room house on Reaney street, $2,000; 7-ioom house on Martin street, $3,000; 6-room house on Fuller street, $1,750. These are cheap, look at them. LOTS on Burr street, in good location, $1,100. FINE lot on Holly avenue, St. Anthony Hill, only §2,000, TWO cheap lots in Arlington Hills addition must be sold. ONE of the prettiest corner lots on Dayton's bluff fot $625, southeast frontage. FORTY feet on East Third street, j1,650. TWO fifty foot lots with alley on Reaney street, $500 each. LARGE lot on Lincoln avenue, in Terrace Park addition, $1,650. FORTY-TWO feet front on Goodrich avenue. St. Anthony Hill, commanding iine view of the city, for $2,500. The above and large list of bargains in busi ness property, houses and lots and acres near city, all cheap and on easy terms, for sale by J....

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. — 1 June 1884

/;:'-"v ■; ~ .;-•■/-; :.; ■'-.■■•■ •• SSSniiiSO IBSuSH ;•■ EBfISSBB fIBBBuWr ■':-'" BBfiuß9 ;■ ■ • -A\ •■<-': '.-.■■'■■' At ■■■■■■ „-.,.:■;■-,.'■: Ay-\: ■■■/ ; ■■■ ■■;,::■:■:■:•?■ : Clearing Sale Commences Monday, June 2 These goods have been sold for 10c. 100 doz. Child's and Misses' Hose, seamless, at 15c a pair; worth from 25c to 4Oc. 200 doz. job lot of Ladies' Seamless Hose for 22c a pair; worth from 35c to 75c a pair. 7,000 yds. of 22-inch fine All-wool Buntings, in all colors, for 1210. You cannot buy the same goods elsewhere for less than 250. 40 doz. Ladies' Lisle Thread and Berlin Gloves at 25c, in the latest colors; worth 50c. A job of 100 doz. fine Linen Napkins for $1 per dozen; worth from $1.35 to $1.50 per doz 100 doz. large Linen Napkins for $1.35; worth from $1.75 to $2. Table Linens by the yard correspondingly cheap. We have reduced our prices on Summer Wraps one-third to close out. 25 pair Lace Curtains for $15; former price $25. 10 pair Lace Curtains for $10; ...

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. — 1 June 1884

4 Official paper of the City and Connty. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED , , 'n'lV.'.' BY THE ' ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY,' No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. \ ST. ■ PAUL, SUNDAY, JUNE 1. ■ \ NEW 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 8 25 Per Mouth 76 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK—BY MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year $6 00 Six Mouths 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 year $- 00 By Mail—per year, postage paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE. By —postage paid, per year SI 15 WASHINGTON BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Paul 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 or addressing the above num-' ber. All l...

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. — 1 June 1884

ON TO CHICAGO. Delegates Arriving on Every Incoming Train and Confusion In- creasing. The Business Men of New York and the Californi ans on the Ground. Townsend, Stewart, Cullom and Foraker to Nominate Arthur, Blame, Logan and Sher man. The Pacific Coasters Applaud Elaine's Belligerent Attitude Toward the Asiatics. Judge West, the Celebrated Blind Orator. Claims Four-Fifths of the People of Ohio for Blame. The Arthur Men Afraid the Colored Troops Will Move Ovei 1 to the Lo gaii Camp Sooner or Later- George William Curtis, Gen. Francis Barlow, Carl Schurz and Theodore Roosevelt at the Scene of Conflict. Ex-Gor. Long, of Massachusetts, Sees in Ed munds anil Lincoln the Candidates to Lead the Republican Hosts to Victory. "Milrat Halstead Dips in His Oar Once for Sherman-Ben Harrison Suspected of Fishing for Himself. The National Committee Holds an In teresting —Alabama Gets a Front and Wisconsin a Back Seat. A Train Load of Baltimore and Washing ton Newspaper Scribblers Take Chicago by...

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. — 1 June 1884

6 MINNEAPOLIS NEWS. OFFICE—No. 6 Washington Aveiiue, opposite Nlcollet house. Office hours from 6 a.m. to 10 o'clock p. m. TnE Journal is entirely too presumptuous. It has the affroutery to nominate a Demo cratic candidate for congress in this district. The RopuMicans h ave a heavy load upon their o\vu shoulders, and it would be more wise in the orgims of the party to aid and counsel'it iv its task which the convention allotted, than to endeavor to help the Demo crats. L\ike Fletcher, iv his impetuous reply to Sehetier, the Democrats do not care for udvice from such source. Whit a rumpus there is in the Republican camp just now! The Washburnites, the Fleteharites, the Pillsburyites and the Laug donites are tweakiug each others noses, pull ing eaefci others cars, and punchiug each other "hi ff bang" in the chin. It is a hot war and will probably only end in the downfall of the houses implicated. Lobsn Fletcher is a saucy politiean when his ire is fully aroused. Washburn ex pressed hi...

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. — 1 June 1884

METROPOLITAN MEN. In Politics, Finance and Mv- sic Circles. President Arthur, New York's Republican Candidate- Former Habits and Associates. Aronson, the Musician—His Dream and His Nightmare. Jay Gould's "Man Friday"—His Financial Weather-Gauge. New York, May 29, 1884.—New York state, which is so generally regarded ; as the pivotal state in the coming national election, and New York city, which has so often decided the vote in the empire Btate, presents only one candidate for nomi nation by the Republican convention of June 3, next, unless it has a very "dark horse" in reserve. Until a very few days ago many sincerely thought that General Grant might yet appear as a compromise candidate, but none think so since his recent financial troubles; and President Arthur ha? come to be regarded as the only metropolitan whose name will be mentioned at Chicago by the Republicans. As for the Democrats it is generally believed thatTilden, llewilt and Flower, all residents of New York city, will ...

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. — 1 June 1884

s THE CITIT. CITY GLOBULES. \ The internal revenue receipts were $8,604.13. The beds at the county jail were til 1, led with fresh straw yesterday. District Clerk Be 11 issued 128 niyarriage certificates in May. The county commissioners' committee on taxes held a short session yesterday. \ • The jury trials in the May term of thii dis trict court are fully twenty-five cases be. bind. E. Fugge was sentenced to twenty day s in the county jail by Judge Nelson yesterday for selling whisky to Indians. The St. Paul iV Manitoba took outlast night forty emigrants and 118 laborers for points north and west of Barnsvillc. The sum of $13,000 was disbursed, by the city treasurer yesterday in payment of the salaries of school teachers for May. Mr. George F. Leyh, of Wabashaw street, has seeurred quite a curiosity in the shape of a pair of South American baby alligators. The Old Settlers of Minnesota meet at the state capitol at noon to-morrow au d banquet at the Merchants at three in the aft ern...

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. — 1 June 1884

PEN PICTURES SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 1880— Bankers—Charles W. Uorup-- Banking Business—"Two Endorsers? Sir" •-Borup Personally—John Rogers—The' Olilest Continuous Landlord in the City and State— Personally—"Cole," or J. C. Martin—First Club House—The Hippo drome—That Celebrated Kace-His Per sonal Appearance—First Regular Furni ture Washington Stees—Pijj and Chicken Feed—vs. Indians—On the Farm. Burning in Efligy—Stees Personally— Michael C H in ings— As AYe See Him— An Episode—"Ho!"— Day is Break ing—Arrival of a Boat—Ho Great Changes. BY T. M. NEWSON. Article XXI I. FIRST BANKERS — & OAKES. These gentlemen were the first bankers in the territory of Minnesota, and indeed we may say In the city of St. Paul. Charles AY. Borup, the senior member, was born in Co penhagen, Denmark, in 1806, and died In St. Paul, July 1859, aged 58 years. He came to Minnesota in 1881, was connected with what was known as the Northern Outfit, estab lished at St. Louis to trade with the Chippewa Indians ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 1 June 1884

* 10 ENGLISH LETTER. The Soutkdowns and Beacliy Head—lnteresting Geolog ical Formations. Ancient Barrons—Entomology and Botany—The Princess and the Peasant. Insufferable Toadyism-Good Mutton-Merri vale's Last Work—Gossip anil News. Eastbourxe, Eng May 14, 1884.—1 will try now to redeem my promise and write something coherent and connected about Eastbourne; but the difficulty is that there is so much of interest, so many attractions and so many facts and fancies connected with the charming spot that one hardly knows what to speak of first, and when one has fairly decided so many things press upon the mind that the danger is to wander and jump from one thing to another in the anxiety to tell much in little space and the result is, as the readers of the Globe have seen, any thing except the object aimed at. I stated iv a former letter that Beachey Head, the eastern extremity of the South downs, stretched its bluffy promontory per pendicularly from the never resting waters of the sea, a...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 1 June 1884

DOCTOR MACBRIDE. . BY GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA. Dr, .<Eneas Maebride was strong in com parative anatomy, and dissected everything Shat came in his way. His dissecting-room was in the courtyard of the Palazzo Carminali Rome. But it is upstairs, in his library, and alone that "II Scozzese" carried out his choicest manipulations, and made the more delicate of his "preparations" of human muscles, arteries, veins and nerves, which, when completed, were displayed under glass shades on a large table in the centre of the apartment. It was at this table, having just finished the dissection of a very small hand —never mind to what kind of creature the hand, while it was a living one, had belonged —that he was sitting one evening in Jury, 1755, when it suddenly occurred to him that he had exhausted his supply of cochineal with which to tinge the melted wax which he pro posed to inject on the morrow morning Into the venous system of his "preparation." Dr. .Eneas Maebride proceeded to the well-kn...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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