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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 July 1884
THE CONVENTION Detailed and Verbatim Ke port of the Proceed ings Yesterday. The Day Session Devoted to Eulo gies of Men Proposed for Nomination. At the Niffht Session a Platform Re ported and Adopted and One Ballot Taken. Cleveland Far Ahead, but Lacks 142 of the Necessary Two-Thirds to Nomi nate. Ben Butler's Minority Platform A'oted Down in Proportion of Seven to One. Chicago, July 10. — T^ proceedings were opened with prayer by Roy. George C. Lorimer. of the Enianuel Baptist church, Chicago. Carter Harrison, of Illinois. rising to a personal intimation made by one of the speakers yesterday ' that he hail packed the hall with a clique which applauded his speech in seconding the nomina tion of Grover Cleveland. A communication was received and read from the chairman of the com mittee on resolutions stating that the committee notwithstanding constant and patient efforts had not yet been able to complete a platform and would not be prepared to make a completed re port before 7 p. m. ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 July 1884
B • ' 'i?' '■'' , [Written for the St. ! Paul . Globe.] • ,;.. ' " ■'. ; ; 1-.*; ■ "■'. ■' THE EIMS OF ELMO. . ; '.. -; V ' OJilary, put your work away, . t\ :'i Aud let us for a while be gay, ■ '. '; And watch the yellow porches play Beneath the elms of Elmo. The summer now is in its prime, ■ And,' just to pass away the time, *£g& : .# .I'M make a simple little rhyme About the elms of Elmo. " The brown thrush sings on every tree, ; . The cat-bird trills his gushing glee, ';,„ '-; .' And not less happy, loie, are we '• ; , :-'•'• By the triplet elms of Elmo. 7 /■ The grossbeak with his rosy breast, -..••■ The oiiole in orange dressed, - .' v With music welcome every guest ■• - :V That seeks the elms of Elmo. ': Wild roses bloom along the shore , : . ■ ' . ', With pinks and harebells covered o'er — ',/ Their fragrance on the breeze they pour . That stirs the elms of Elmo. . . The boatman sets his snowy sail To catch the gentle evening gale, While lovers tell the ancient tale Aro...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 July 1884
FINANCIAL . .- • '* MORSRJa nisponT. " T?fw York, July 10.— 11 a. m.— Stocks opened quiet and declined Vi@l?s percent., the latter for Missouri Pacific. . Subsequently there was a rally of ?4i2»7s per cent. ■ J, AFTERNOON KEPORT. Money 2©3 per cent, i ' Prime mercantile paper 5©6 per cent. Bar silver, $1.10 "a. Sterling exchange firmer at $4. 82^©4.63 long; $i.B4U ©4.85 short. Governnieots-'-Firm. . . State Securities— Quiet. • Bonds — Hnilroad bonds irregular. Stocks — Firmer and advanced -M©"^ P er cent. Borrowing demand brisk. Leading shares command ■ 1-64©H per cent, for use. Stocks closed firm. . Some Ne* York Central and West ern Union Telegraph was closed out on the rule for , cash. The short interest has largely in creased the past few days and deliveries are poor. Morning Board Quotations. GOVERNMENTS. Threes ..... 94 7 » Fours coupons. . . 1 1 9 ■?» 4 1 2 1, do 1 1- 'v Pacific Gs of '95. .123 NTOCK3.. • Adams Express.. 125 ' N. J. Central..'.. 5G^ Allegheny Cent.. 12 North...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 11 July 1884
8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The board of health meets at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The state library received Hun's New York Reports, vols. 31 and 49, yesterday. The gas company has commenced laying its fifteen inch pipes on Jackson street. Gordon E. Cole has commenced excavat ing on the east side of Jacksou street, be tween Fifth and Sixth, for a new block. /The Dayton avenue Presbyterian church Hunday school held a picnic at Bald Eagle lake yesterday. Bishop Grace administers the sacrament of confirmation at the church of the Sacred Heart on Dayton'? bluff, next Sunday morn- Ing at 10:30 o'clock. The council committee on claims met yes terday afternoon and passed upon the semi monthly batch of bills aud estimates present edagatn'st the city. Tho council committee on streets meet at. 3:80 this afternoon to act upon the city engineer's report on the eisjht bids received lor erecting the new Wabasha street bridge. A small boy named Lefevre fell from nn express wagon in West St. Paul, ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
VOL. VII a mmn tiki. New York and Indiana Com bined Once More. Cleveland, Hendrieks and Reform Will Sweep the Country. Cleveland Swept in by an Irresistable Torrent on the Second .Ballot, Anil Eendricks Unanimously Chosen on the First in Spite of Declination. Every Hotly Happy but the Tammany Crowd, ha Flee for Home. if Correspondent Talks With Tilden ■ ■ ,<( he Says Clnvelnnd Mill Carry div. A. w I oil;. .mi to the (ilobc] ■ •!• >, July 11.— This was the tirst hot da convention. lam now Bpeaking of tL I* r, as usual, for then- have been hotter in tl.e convention than the pres ent one. £ne stage of the proceedings had been reached when the New Yorkers could not jii-.v at each other, and it had a tendency to facilitate 8 ■ many di legates were in doubt as to whether the convention met at ten or eleven thai the assembling was Blow. The motion o!' the previous evening was originally made for eleven o'clock and amended to ten. As the chairman \i>\\ the motion be announced it el...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
2 BOARD OF HEALTH. Troublesome Question Over a Sick Horse— The Horse Quarantined for Future Action, A Circular Regarding the Cholera Epidemic, and Instructions as to Cleanliness of the City. □At the meeting of the board of health yester day there were present Aldermen Starkey, St. Peter, the city engineer and President Hoyt. The first business brought before the board was a matter in which the doctors disagree, and in consequence the board was riding on the horns of a dilemma. The animal, however, which caused the dispute was not in the category of horned cattle, but was of the equine species, and would have offered much easier tiding than the »aid dilemma had not disease sharpened his spinal column so excruciatingly that it made one's vertebra weaken to contemplate. The white horse was not the celebrated white horse of the Peppers, but a sorry beast pur chased by a poor man, and which the president t>t the board of health was given to understand waE suffering from the terrible s...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
THE CONVENTION Detailed .Keport of the Last Day of the National Convention. Governor Grover Cleveland, of New York, Nominated for President. Ex-Governor and Senator Thomas A. | Hendricks, of Indiana, Nomi nated for Vice President. A Tremendous But s ' lneffectual "Boom' J Raised for Hendricks for the First Place. The Final Adjournment at 7:30 Last • Evening. Morniny Session. Chicago, July 11. — The convention was called to order at 11 o'clock and prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. Clinton Locke, of Grace church, Chi cago. . . The chairman said he had received letters and and telegrams from all parts of the country, among others one from Mr. Goodwin, of Massa cbussets, with the presentation of a gavel made up from woods and relics from different parts of the world. Then Snowden, of Pennsylvania, with thanks to those who had voted for Samuel. J. Randall, withdrew that gentleman's name. When the state of Illinois was reached, Gen". Palmer arose to announce the vote and said: Illinois casts...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
4 Official' paper of the City and County. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ." BY THE ST. PaUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, . No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ' ST. PAUL, SATURDAY, JULY- 12. SEW 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 :.....V :....'. -•• 2 25 Per Month.' .;....... 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— MAIL, POST AGE PAID. ; One Year. ...../ SO 00 i Six Months. 3 50 Three Months a 00 One Mouth . . ... ....'.....:.... -V. . . . .....: 70 All mail subscriptions payable invariably in .-'.Advance. ' ' - . j Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as ! ty carrier. " * ■ P SUNDAY GLOBE, By Carrier — per year 82 00 liyMail — year, postage paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE. By postage paid, per year SI 15 WASHiyGTOS BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Pan- Globe is located at 1,424 New York avenue fßeEidents of the northwest visiting Washington ' and having matters of local interest to...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
HOW RECEIVED. Gov. Cleveland Hears of His Tfrmi ination at His Office. Senator Bayard About the First to Send Congratulations. Crowds Cheering, Bands Playing, and Can non Being Tired. The Nominations Praised by Both Repub licans and Democrats. OpijMOH* Colleetfd in St. Pont As the Gi-nBE reporters casually met gen tlemen yesterday afternoon the question was naturally asked, what do you think of the nominations at Chicago? and the result is given in the paragraphs below : DEXOOBATS. Col. A. Allen affirmed that he always had been a Cleveland and Ilendrieks man, and thought it would sweep the country. He has great faith in Cleveland and felt this was the 1" ginning of a new era. He was happy and left last night to meet the boys and congrat ulate them. Gen. J. \V. Bi=hop thought the nomination was very satisfactory, lie expected that the defeat suffered by the Tammany element would prove a help to the party. J. J. Hill is very emphatic in his champion ship of ( Heveland. He looks upon t...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
« KHHEAPOLIS NEW S. The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has ; : been removed to 218 Hennepin avenue. . . Democratic Count}/ Convention. ■ v^;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 ». m., to select nineteen delegates to represent said : convention in the Democratic congressional con vention, to be held July 17, 1884, at St. Paul. The respective wards and towns are entitled to '.representatives as follows, viz. : -■ ' First Ward— -16 delegates. 55 Second Ward — 5 delegates. a I Third Ward— l 4 delegates. Fourth Ward— lß delegates. Fifth Ward— lo delegates. Sixth Ward— delegates. . Seventh Ward— 4 delegates. Eighth Ward -2 delegate* . .. Bloomington, Champlin, Eden Prairie, Green ivood, Independence, Minneapolis, Osseo, St, An thony and Wayzata, one delegate each. 1 Brooklyn, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Excelsior, , Hassan. Maple Grove, Min...