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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 8 July 1884
with other manufacturers in their lines of goods, they are enabled to produce cheap ly and to give the trade the ver\' best oppor tunities of selection, both as to prices and goods. The house of Gordon it Ferguson is one of the fixed institutions of St. Paul and is widely known as carrying an immense stock, which includes all varieties of goods in its lines of trade. MATntSY, HAYNIK & Co. Manufactures of lluff'alo Fur Goods. •270 .I.UK3OX STREET. No maxim is truer than the fact that liberal treatment of customers by a commer. cial house will invariably win aud retain a large clientage, and iv the case of the firm übove mentioned this course has proven eminently successful, their methods are to pay in cash the highest market price for furs, hides, pelts, tallow, wool, itc, aud the result has been that their quick remittance system, persistently pursued, has permanently placed the names of over 300 shippers on their books. It may not be uninteresting to our readers to call brief a...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 8 July 1884
12 lithed ones immediately find their way to its ejeat and well selected stock. It is safe to affirm that by far the greatest majority of letters that have been written, the accounts that have been kept and the books and newspapers that have been published, in this region for the last twenty years have been upon stock sup plied by this pioneer house. The smallest newspaper with a diminutive job-oflice at tached seada its modest orders,and the great journals with their circulations among the tens of thousands, and immense con sumption of stationery calls upon the "old reliable," all equally certain that they will be treated liberally, promptly and honestly. The store now occupied by the concern is BO x 126 feet and three doors of this size arc constantly kept full of goods for which the demand is constant, while an indefinite amount of stock is stored or in process of manufacture at the mills in Minneapolis. The character of the stock handled by this house is too well known to requir...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
VOL VII F!RST__FIGHT! The First Blood Drawn and it Came Out of Tammany. A Nice Scrimmage on the Unit Question With Cleveland's Friends Ahead. Pen Pictures of the Notables in At tendance at the Great Con vention. Thurman and John Kelly Both Draw Out Applause Whenever Seen. The Prayer a Pretty Good Docu ment for a Starter. Col. Vilas Selected for the Permanent Chairman by 25 to 8. Minnesota Labored With by Tammany, But Remains Rock-Rooted for Cleveland, EPITOME OF THE DAY. [Special Telegram to the Globe, Chicago, July B. — Democratic national conven tion called to order at 12:40 p. in. by Chairman Barnam. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Marquis, of Chicago. Gov. Ilubbard, of Texas, elected temporary chairman, and makes an elaborate speech. Resolution offered by, the national committee, making a rule for the roll call by states. Amendment, offered by -Mr. Grady, of New York, abrogating the unit rule. Debated two hours and I - o IG3. Call of states for appointment of commit tees. Adjourned until 11 ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
2 STJAULjEWS. OUR BORDER TROUBLE. The New Restrictions Upon Trayel to and from 3lanitoba. Comment Upon tho Course of the Canadian Pacific in this Matter. . Other General and Local Railway Line and Office News. Tlie Canvdian Outrage. The embargo placed on traffic by the en forcement of the customs regulations in , re gard to passing trains, at St. Vincent out of regular customs hours, is developing into a serious inconvenience to the traveling pub lic generally. The train due at Emerson at 4 o'clock Sunday last was not allowed to cross the boundary, and was detained there till 8 o'clock Monday morning. Knowing that there would be this trouble,the Canadian • Pacific run a special train from Emerson down on Saturday night, which stood all night on the track, a short distance from the customs house, and Mr. C. B. Russell, agent of the American Express company, in Win peg, also went down to see what could be done about getting the money and other ex press matter, much of the latter being...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
TWO TO NOTHING. Our F~ i Tossers Make an Unsuccess * 'ful Move for Victory. Ibe Dudes Take the Muskegon Team Into Camp With Ease. Clarkson's Curves Prove too Much for the Prison City Boys. The threatening weather of yesterday after noon caused people to stay at home from the prettiest pune of ball played in St. Paul this reason, and this is saying a good deal, for several of the contests have been splendid exhibitions of the national sport. That on the afternoon of July 4 resulted in the same score, but on that day there were more hits made and more men left on bases. Yester day the total number of hits made by both teams was six, equally divided between the two, and tin.' total number of me"n left on bases was six, four for Bay City and two for St. Paul. In. spite of the fact that Bay City is far towards the front in the straggle for the championship, the nine pre sented yesterday is in no essential respect stronger than that put in the field by St. Paul, and, though victory perche...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
4: Ofiicial paper of the City and Connty. | PRINTED AND PUBLISHED j BY THE ■ -'•.'• BT. 1-aUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 3-11 'Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. - ~ " ST. PAUL, WEDNESDAY, JULY D. ■""" NEW TERMS OF THE «LOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK— BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance..... $3 00 gix Months, payable in advance. . ...Si- •••• 4 25 Three Months •••• • 2 25 Per Month 75 BIX ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST- . ■ . , - AGE PAID. One Year «6 00 Sis Months ' 3 50 Three Months ■ 2 °° One Mouth ••-.. ">° 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 '. 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE. By Mall— postage paid, per year .SI 15 < ' WASHINGTON BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Pan- 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 a...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
THE CONVENTION Proceedings of Democratic National Convention at Chicago Yesterday. Hul)l>ard, Temporary Chairman, Wins Applause by Naming Tilden. Tammany Hall Appeals to the Con vention Against the New V ork i Unit Rule, And Is Defeated by a Large Majority—The Convention Adjourned Until 11 a. m. To-D;iy. rON-VEXTION CALLED TO ORDER. [To the Western Associated Press. J Chicago, .Inly B.— At 12:40, Chicago time, the tonvention was called to order by ex-Senator Barnum, chairman of the Democratic national Democratic committee . Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. D. C. Marquis, of the Northwest Theological seminary, lie prayed for a blessing on this great assembly of cf representative citizens: that they should be endowed plentifully with that wisdom which is first pure, then peaceable aud gentle and easy to be entreated; that nothing should be done through strife and vain jealousy, but thut they should be filled with that charity which is not puffed up, and doth not behave itself unseeml...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
0 ■EAPBII JSMfULIi) lililfio. ■ - 1 ■' ■■..•- ■•■■■, .■.-.• . .--■•" The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has been removed to 213 Hennepin avenue. Democratic County Convention. A convention of the Democratic voters of Hen nepin county is hereby called to meet at Market hall, in the city of Minneapolis, on Tuesday, the 15th day of July, A. D. 1884, at 2 o'clock p. m., to select nineteen delegates ' to ' represent said ; convention in the Democratic congressional con vention, to be held July 17, 1884, at St. Paul. i, The respective wards and towns are entitled to representatives as follows, viz. : First Ward— l 6 delegates. Second Ward — delegates. Third Ward— l 4 delegates. ; Fourth Ward — 13 delegates. Fifth Ward— lo delegates. Sixth Ward— delegates. Seventh Ward— 4 delegates. Eighth Ward —2 delegate*. Kloomington, CbampUu, Eden Prairie, Green wood, Independence, Minneapolis, Osseo, St, An thony and Wayzata, one delegate each. Brooklyn, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Excelsior, Hassan, ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
FINANCIAL. MOUSING RKPORT. 17ew York, " July 8. — 11 a. m.— Stocks Jeclined }4©3 percent. New Jersey Central sold down 8 per cent.', Lake Shore 1, Chicago & Northwestern 1 1 A, Central Pacific 1%, Union Pa cific : % . AFTERNOON -UEPORT. Money 2@3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 6@G 'per cent. Bar-s ilver, $1.10 : Sterling exchange'steady at $4.82^©4.83 long; 54.84J4 ©4.84 3 i short. Governments— Strong. State Securities — Quiet. Bonds — Railroad bonds lower. Stocks— Lower. Coal stock? were attacked with great -rigor on reports of a suspension of mining for a week In August. Philadelphia & Reading and New Jersey Central were affected by reports that the former had a floating debt of ovcrS20,000,t!00". New Jersey Central sold down to 55 and Philadelphia & Reading to 22 . About 11:80 there was a firmer feeling and a rally of H@l?g percent. Morning- Board Quotations. GOVERNMENTS. Threes 397s Fours coupon*. ..119?£ 4i /i= do 112 Pacific 6s of '95. .123 STOCKS. Adams Express....
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 9 July 1884
8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The Bay City and St. Paul clubs will play this afternoon at AVest Seventh street park. Revnie Pruvies was caught stealing yester ftty, aud was put under lock aud key in the city hall. Cuarley Fromm, for carrying concealed weapons, was locked up in the city hall yes terday afternoon. F. X. Brosseau was arrested by detective Dan O'Connor yesterday for obtaining goods on false pretensions. A citizen named Guble picked up a huge strap pocket book near the 6hort line cross ing yesterday, containing valuable papers. A back pension claim of $1,000, for a vet eran at Lambertou. Redwood county, was re ceived at the adjutant general's office yes terday. Special revival meetings at Jackson street Methodist church every night this week, com mencing at 8 o'clock, conducted by B. W. Gorham, of New York. Sheriff Wertz, of Brainerd, stopped in the .••ity last night boing en route to Eldora, lowa, to secure a party therein whose pres ence is wanted in Minnesota. Lower Seve...