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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 February 1884

8 CITY GLOBULES. Base ball meeting to-night. There were 3,602 births in St. Paul in 1883. New inside blinds are being placed in the chief's office in the Central fire hall. The public schools will be closed on Friday, the anniversary of the birth-day of the father of his country. Gov. L. F. Hubbard and Attorney General W. J. Hahn both returned from Washington, D. C, on Tuesday afternoon. Annie Wenzel swore out a warrant yester day for the arrest of Jacob Snyder, on a charge of assault with intent to commit a rape. The St. Paul Athletic club gymnastic exhi bition will be given Saturday night, when six picked men of the Athletic club will contest for a gold medal. Seibert's orchestra leave to-day for Still water, where it will furnish the instrumental music for the Pirates of Penzance that is to be given there to-night. The Hibernian rifles, Capt. Lawrence Fahey, will give a grand ball at Pfeifer hall, April 18, and a social hop at Hibernia hall this Thursday evening. The case of Thos...

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. — 21 February 1884

R CITY GLOBULES. Base ball meeting to-night. There were 3,602 births in St. Paul in 1883. New inside blinds are being placed in the chief's office in the Central fire hall. Tho public schools will be closed on Friday, the anniversary of the birth-day of the father of his country. Gov. L. F. Hubbard and Attorney General W. .1. Hahn both returned from Washington, D. C.| on Tuesday afternoon. Annie Wonzel swore out a warrant yester day for the arrest of Jacob Snyder, on a charge of assault with intent to commit a rape. The St. Paul Athletic club gymnastic exhi bition will be given Saturday night, when six picked men of the Athletic club will contest for a gold medal. Seibert's orchestra leave to-day for Still water, where it will furnish the instrumental music for the Pirates of Penzance that is to be given there to-night. The Hibernian rifles, Capt. Lawrence Fahey, will give a grand ball at Pfeifer hall, April IS, and a social hop at Hibernia hall this Thursday evening. The case of Th...

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. — 22 February 1884

VOL .VII. BOARD AND CURB. Wheat Closes Weak and It will Take Strong New to Turn the Market. Corn and Oats Lower in Sympathy- Lard and Short Ribs Higher —Cattle Firm. Pork Fairly Active on Speculative Account, with Values Controlled by Local Influences. A Rather Bull Market In "Wall Street, But with Prices well Maintained. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago, Feb. 21. —A holiday to-morrow, Saturday comes next without any afternoon call and then Sunday—almost three holidays in a row. This would naturally depress the markets in their present feverish state. Add, however, the recent success of the bears and it is almost wonderful that comparing the closings on the "curb" to-night with the closings at Ip. m. yesterday, there should be so little change. Wheat was %c, corn %c, oats i^c lower, while pork showed a gain of 70e, lard 12'^c, and ribs 35c per 100 pounds. "Wheat was quite active on speculative ac count, for the local bears kept up a lively hammering all day. It was ...

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. — 22 February 1884

VOL .VII BOARD AND CURB. Wheat Closes Weak and It will Take Strong New to Turn the Market. Corn and Oats Lower in Sympathy— Lard and Short Ribs Higher —Cattle Firm. Pork Fairly Active on Speculative Account, with Values Controlled by Local Influences. A Rather Dull Market in Wall Street, But with Prices well Maintained. CHICAGO. [Special Tclc-gnirn to the Globe.] Chicago, Feb. 21. —A holiday to-morrow, Saturday comes next without any afternoon call and then Sunday—almost three holidays in a row. This would naturally depress the markets in their present feverish state. Add, however, the recent success of the bears aud it is almost wonderful that comparing the closings on the "curb" to-night with the closings at 1 p. m. yesterday, there should be so little change. Wheat was J<e, corn ', outs J^c lower, while pork showed a gain of 70c, lard 12}£c, and ribs 35c per 100 pounds. Wheat \v:is quite active on speculative ac count, for the local bears kept up a lively hammering ull day. It...

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. — 22 February 1884

2 ST. PAUL NEWS. HORSE STEALING CASE. Further Hearing of Testimony Yester day-One Witness Carries a Gun. Sensational and Spicy De\elopments--The Statute of Limitations Prevails and the Case is Dismissed. Morning Session. The examination of ex-deputy sheriff Har rison, charged with the larceny of Capt. Bre sett's horse, was resumed in the police court before Jud<:e Burr, yesterday morning. The Intense interest felt in the case was manifest ed by the immense crowd that filled the court room; the isles were blockaded and every foot of space was taken up. The prisoner James Saxby was put on the stand, and he was subjected to a searching cross-examination, his testimony in Hiicf, however, being not shaken. GEO. W. WOOLBST. At 11 o'clock Geo. W. Woolsey was called, and his appearance was the occasion for quite a sensation. He testified substantially as follows: Had a conversation with defendant about the horse about three or four days after it was stolen. I introduced Saxby to Harrison...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

2 SfPliil It ■- - HORSE STEALING CASE. Further Hearing of Testimony Yester day-One Witness Carries a Gun. Sensational and Spicy Developmpnts-Thp Statute of Limitations Prevails and the Case is Dismissed. Morning Session. The examination of ex-deputy sheriff Har rison, charged with the larceny of Capt. Bre sett's horse, was resumed in the police court before Judge Burr, yesterday morning. The intense Interestfelt in the case was manifest ed by tlie immense crowd that tilled the court room: the isles were blockaded and every foot of space was taken up. The prisoner James .Saxby was put on the stand, and he was subjected to a seartfiing cross-examination, his testimony in enief, however, being not shaken. GEO. W. WOOLSEY. At 11 o'clock Geo. W. Woolsej was railed, sui'l his appearance was the occasion for quite a sensation. He testified substantially *••= follows : Had a conversation with defendant about the horse about three or four days after it was stolen. I introduced Saxby to Harri...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

OFFICIAL. Froceeliiß of the Common Council. Regular Meeting. St. Paul, Feb., 19. President Allen in the chair. Present—Aid. Dowlan, Fischer, Smith, Johnson, Van Slyke, Starkey, St. Peter, Mr. President —8. communications. From His Honor the Mayor—Veto— To the Honorable the President and Common Council of the City of St. Paul: Gentlemen: At the meeting of the Common Council held on January 15, 1884, on the report of the Committee on Claims, your honorable body by a vote of 111 o 1, discontinued all official publications in the VoOcszeitung from and after February 1, 1884, which resolution was duly approved, and has not been reconsidered or recinded. I sub mit for your consideration whether the en closed resolution can be operative while the conflicting one remains unrepealed. Also, whether or not this resolution does not con lict with the contract of the present city jrinter, inasmuch as he i 3 now required to publish those notices in the Globe, and this resolution does not seem to c...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

4 fßltibz Daila Official Paper of the City and County. BY THE ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. HIW TERMS OF tIeIIe, SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CARRIER One Year, payable in advance $3 00 Six Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 2 25 Per Month 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK—BY MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year $C 00 Six Months 3 50 Three Months 2 00 One Month TO 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 $2 00 By Mail—per year, postage paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE- By Mail—postage paid, per yeaa SI 15 DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. OrrKK Chief Signal officer, I Washington, D. C, Feb. 21, 9:50 p. m. C Observations taken at the same moment of time at all stations named. UPPER MISSISS.PPI VAI.I.EV. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul 29.94 10 S Cloudy La Crosse 30.02 18 S Cloudy NOP.TIIWF.ST. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. Bismarck 29.91 14 NW C...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

STORM AND FLOOD. The Cyclone Disasters Fully Cor roborated by To-day's Telegrams. The Loss of Life Still Greater Than at First Supposed. The Relief for the Flood Sufferers as Well Organized as It Possibly Can Be. The Bed Cross to the Front, and the Ladies Doing a Noble Work. A GHAPHIC DESCRIPTION. fSporial Telegram to the ("lobe] Rockingham, N. C, Feb. 21.—0n Tues day nignt the most terrific and destructive storm ever known in this section, or indeed in the state, passed over a portion of this county about one mile northeast of town. Even here the storm was severe, but there was no loss of life or property. Tn the neighborhood of Philadelphia church the scene was appalling. The storm began about 9 o'clock and lasted about two hours and during that time about thirty-eight houses were levelled to the ground, twenty people killed and a great many wounded. During the night news was brought to town of the ravages of the storm and by daylight wagons and buggies and peo, pie on foot were h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

6 HIIEAPOLIS NEWS. OFFICE—Xo. 0 Washington Avenue, epposite Nicollet house. Office hours f row 6 a.m. to 10 o'clock p. m. The political thermometer already indi cates 99 degrees in the shade. Where will it rise to when the campaign once fairly opens, with the candidates of the three parties once before the people? It makes the prespiration roll down the forehead of the average citizen every time the matter passes through his mind. Yepterdat an educator of a gentleman, who has .made the matter of the public school system a life study, stated that from Prof. Tousley's statement "that a great mathema tician cannot be a great reasoner," he de duced the logical conclusion that Prof. T. must be "a great mathematician." The teachers of our public schools com plain of the tyrannical and ungentlemanly conduct of the autocratic Tousley. Those who know him best would be surprised should any one of the lady teachers, with whom he comes in contact in the course of his duties, speak of him as a g...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

FINANCIAL MORNING REPORT. I-Tew York, Feb. 21.—11 a. m.—Stocks Btrong and higher and prices advanced )4<g.l per cent., the latter for Delaware, Lackawanna & Western and Lake Shore. Western Union Tele {••hph was weaker m the early trading, declining % per cent, to 76*4, but subsequently returned to 76J4. AFTERNOON REPORT. Money easy at 1 "4@2 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper 4<g;s'4 per cent. Bar silver, $1.12V'. Sterling exchange firm at $4.86 long, 84.89*4 short. J. Kennedy Tod & Co. shipped $2,000,000 in gold to Europe to-day. Governments—Firm. State Securities —Quiet. Bonds —Railroad bonds strong. Stocks —Dull but strong. Oregon Navigation rose from 954 to 99 ?6. Union Pacific lends at 1-32 and Northern Pacific preferred 1-64 per dif-in for use. Stocks continued strong after mid day. Philadelphia & Reading advanced to.WJi, afterwards declined V^sA per cent., but owing to realizations near the close recovered *4<&Vi per cent. Pacific Mail was stronger thr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 February 1884

8 CITY GLOBULES. This being Washington's birthday, offices at headquarters will be closed. The Hibernia Rifles held a well attended hop at Hibernia hall last evening. The departments at the state house will close doors to-day in observance of Washing ton's birthday. Notwitstanding its being a national holi day, Judge Wilkin holds a session of the dis trict court to day. A venire of thirty-five years was ordered by Judge Wilkin yesterday, returnable next Monday morning. The annual banquet of the Ramsey County Pioneer association will take place at the Mer* chants hotel this evening. A warrant was issued yesterday for the ar rest of Jack Hanley, on the charge of assault ing a young woman named Marie Goffin. James Goodwin, held to the grand jury on the charge of using the United States mails lor the purpose of sending lottery tickets, was admitted to bail yesterday in the sum of $500. The petition containing the signatures of prominent lawyers throughout the state, ask ing congress to ...

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. — 22 February 1884

8 CITY GLOBULES. This being Washington's birthday, offices at headquarters will be closed. The Hibernia Rifles held a well attended hop at Hibernia hall last evening. The departments at the 6tate house will close doors to-day in observance of Washing ton's birthday. Notwitstanding its being a national holi day, Judge Wilkin holds a session of the dis trict court to day. A venire of thirty-five years was ordered by Judge Wilkin yesterday, returnable next Monday morning. The annual banquet of the Ramsey County Pioneer association will take place at the Mer chants hotel this evening. A warrant was issued yesterday for the ar rest of Jack Hanley, on the charge of assault ing a young woman named Marie Goffin. James Goodwin, held to the grand jury on the charge of using the United States mails for the purpose of sending lottery tickets, was admitted to bail yesterday in the sum of $500. The petition containing the signatures of prominent lawyers throughout the state, ask ing congress to i...

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. — 23 February 1884

VOL .VII. CHICAGO TRIUMPHS. The Democratic National Con vention will Meet at Chi cago July 8. The Place Decided Upon on the Second Formal Ballot by a Vote of 21 to 17 , St. Louis Receiving the Latter Tote—The For mer City Got 15 Votes on the First Ballot. General Satisfaction Kxpressed by All at Both Time and I'laco. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Washington, Feb. 22.—Chicago secured the convention on the third ballot. Tbe first vote showed that the fight lay between Chi cago und St. Louis, the figures being 15 to 14 in favor of the farmer. Cincinnati re ceived 1, Louisville 3, and Saratoga S. Cin cinnati and Louisville wore lost to sight after this point. The second ballot gave Saratoga 2 votes, Chicago 19, and St. Louis 17. The third ballot resulted in a majority for Chicago of 21 to 17, that city receiving tbe two votes cast for Saratoga on the second ballot. The third ballot was as follows: For Chicago—Patterson of Colorado, Bar num of Connecticut, Grubb of Delaware, Call of F...

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. — 23 February 1884

VOL TIL CHICAGO TRIUMPHS. The Democratic National Con vention will Meet at Clii cago July 8. The Place Decided Upon on the Second Formal Ballot by a Vote of 21 to 17 , St. Louis Receiving th» Latter Vote— The For mer City Got 15 Votes on the First Ballot. General Satisfaction Expressed by All at Both Time and I'latie. ■ [Special Telegram to the Globe.] "Washington, Feb. 22.—Chicago secured the convention on the third ballot The first vote showed that the fitrht lay between Chi cago and St. Louis, the figures being 15 to 14 in favor of the former. Cincinnati re ceived 1, Louisville 8, and Saratoga 5. Cin cinnati and Louisville ware lost to sight alter tliis point. The second ballot gave Saratoga 2 votes, Chicago 19, and St. Louis 17. The third ballot resulted in a majority for Chicago of 21 to 17, that city receiving the two votes cast for Saratoga on the second ballot. The third ballot was as follows: For Chicago—Patterson of Colorado, Bar nurn of Connecticut, Grubb of Delaware, Cal...

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. — 23 February 1884

2 JUDGE WILKIX ON WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. The Garland Case for Damages Against the City—The Court Adjourned at 2 O'clock in Respect to the Memory of the Father of the Nation. The testimony in the Garland estate suit for $5,000 damages against the city yester day, was mainly as to the health of Thomas P. Garland after the accident by which he was thrown from his wagon by running into a pile of dirt elevated at the corner of Fort street and Goodrich avenue, in November, 1881, and his treatment by Drs. Stone, Wheaton and Hutchinson, the prosecution attempting to show that his death, some eighteen months afterwards, was attributable to injuries then and there received. At the resting of the case by the prosecu tion, City Attorney Murray moved to strike out a portion of the testimony given by a brother of the deceased relative to the position in which he found him after the accident, which was denied by Judge Wilkin. He then moved that as the prosecution had shown no injury resultant to G...

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. — 23 February 1884

LOGIC. I. Her Respectable Papa's. "My dear, be sensible! vl'pon my word, This—for a woman even—is absurd. His income's not a hundred pounds I know. He's not worth loving'"—"But I love him so." II. Jler Mother's. "You silly child, he is well made and tall; But looks are far from being all in all. His social standing's low, his family's low. He's not worth loving'"—"And I love him so." III. Her Eternal Friend's. "Is that he picking up tlin fallen fan? My dear, he's such an awkward, ugly man! You mast be certain, pet. to answer 'No,' He's not worth loving"—"And I love him so." IV. Her Brother's. "By Jove : were I a girl—thro' horrid hap— I wouldn't have a milk-and-water cliap. The man has not a single spark of 'go.' He's not worth loving"'—"Yet I love him so." V. Her Own, And were he everything to which I've listened ; Tho' he were ugly, awkward (and he isn't), Poor, low-born, and destitute of 'go,' He is worth loving, for I love him so." — Chambers' 1 Journal. PARISIAN GLEANINGS. THE ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 23 February 1884

r Gxlobs aUailn Oflicial Paper of the City and County. BY TKE gT. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. :'21 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23. JpMSOffnlfiLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CARRIER One Year, payable in advance $8 00 f-is Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 2 25 Per Month 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK—BY MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year $6 00 Six Months 3 50 Three Months 2 00 One Month 70 All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as by carrier. SUNDAY GLOBE. By Carrier-f-per year $'2 00 By Mail—per year, postage paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE- By Mail—postage paid, per yeai SI 15 DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN*. Office CniEF Signal Office* 1, ) Washington, D. C, Feb. 22, !>:5G p. m. f Observations taken at the same moment of 7\ie at all stations named. DP3PXB *;JSSISS[*TI VAI.I.ET. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul .30.14 10 W Clear La Crosse 30.13 10 W Clear KOBTirwZST. Bar. '.' 'Ii -r. Wind. Weather. Bismar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 23 February 1884

THE RAILROADS. A Favorable Showing of Increased Earnings for Feb ruary. Withdrawal of Rates in Kansas on Account of an Injunction. The Rock Island Controversy. Mr. R. R. Cable, president of the Rock Island road, has returned to Chicago from New York, and was Interviewed by the Trib une.. The question put to Mr. Cable was as follows: '''What is the present status of the controversy between the management of the Rock Island and Northwestern and Vander bilt?" and It was answered as follows: "I have quite fully expressed myself regarding this matter in interviews published in the New York papers, and there is not much ad ditional to be said. The New York Times of Feb. 7, contained an interview with Vander bilt in which he assailed ina personally and the present policy of the Rock Island man agement. In an interview with me published in the Tribune of Feb. 8 my attention was called t0 this assault by Vanderbilt. I then said, 'I am not managing the Rock Island in the interest of Vanderbil...

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. — 23 February 1884

THE RAILROADS. A Favorable Showing of Increased Earnings for Feb ruary. Withdrawal of Kates in Kansas on Account of an Injunction. The Kofk Island Controversy. Mr. R. R. Cable, president of the Rock . road, has returned to Chicago from New York, and was Interview* d by The Tnh „!,, The question put to Mr. Cable ■ follows: "What is the present status of the controversy between the management of the Rock Island :.i;'i Northwestern and Vander bilt?" and it was answered as follows: "I have quite fully expressed myself regarding this matter in interviews published in tin- New York papers, and there i- nol much ad oaltobesaid. The Ne* fork Time* of Feb. 7. contained an interview with Vander bilt in which he assailed ma personally and the present policy of the Rock Island man agement. In an interview with me published in the Tribune of Feb. 8 my attention waa culled to this assault by Vanderbilt. I then s.ti<l, 'i am not managing the Rock Island in the interest of Vanderbilt or any othe...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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