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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
FINANCIAL r MOP.NIXG REPORT. ■ ■New York. July 11.— 11 a. m.— Stocks stronger under free buying and. advanced 34@2 per cent. Central Pacific rose 2 per cent., Chi cago, Rock Island A Pacific 2, Pacific Mail 1 fi. . AFTERNOON REPORT. Money 2@3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5©6 per cent. Bar . silver, ' $1.10';. Sterling sxehange firmer at $4.80J£@4.80& long; $4.8054 ©4.80"i short. Governments — Firm. State Securities— Dull. • Bonds ßailroad bonds higher. ' Stocks A further advance, but near midday a Blight reaction. Stocks continued weak and de clined Ki©.l :i i percent. After 2:30 there wits a better feeling and many stocks advanced* to the highest point of the day. The feature was the buying of small lots for investment. The market closed strong. Morning B >ar<l Quotations. GOVERNMENTS. • Threes 100 Fours coupons ... 1 1 9 4 4V«Bdo 112 Pacific Cs of '95. .123 STOCKS. Adams Express.. l2s N. J. Central.. .. .57 Allegheny Cent.. 12 North' Pacific... 17% Alton & T. 11 ...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 July 1884
THE CITY. . CITY GLOBULES. The employes of the Manitoba shops and their families picnic at Lake Minnetonka to day. The board of public works failed to secure a quorum at their regular Friday evening meeting. Look out for sneak thieves, pickpockets and house-breakers to-day, just as the circus bands begin to play. Monday, August 18, is the date set for tbe annual retreat of the Catholic clergy of the diocese of St. Paul. This afrernoon the hard hitters from Muskegon will play the St. Paul club, when there will be more blood. Secretary Young, of the state board of im migration, reports accounts of good crops from every portion of the state. Chief Clark of police and a number of other oity officers and citizens have returned from attendance upon the Chicago convention. The new wheel for Chemical engine No. 1, to replace the one mangled by the Jackson street tip over several weeks ago, arrived at I Central fire hall yesterday, A $1,000 cash pension was received at the adjutant general's...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
VOL: VII CALL gustaveT " ZEST. ~W~. Corner Seventh and Jackson Sts.. Dry Goods AND Notions ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Per Cent. Discount from lowest starlet prices witt out Eiscnaiioii. WE Try to scow bow Cheap Goods can be sold when han dle! in large Quantities, Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains Bargains I Bargains Bargains 22T Goods can be sold very low when large quantities are han dled. We are doing it ! E3T Kindly Give us a Trial and we guarantee Satisfaction ! WE CLOSE OUT All of our Summer Silks ! WE CLOSE OUT All of our Summer Dress Goods 1 WE CLOSE OUT All of our Summer Wraps ! See our Beautiful line or Colorefl Silks, At $1.38 | L.oss2sporcorxt. 311:4 A BIG BARGAIN. 93 3-4 cents net, GUSTAVE HEINEMANN, florf lnvest Corner Seventh ant] Jackson Sts. lilllldlilllibl iujUUIjIM odlo — at — 75 East Tkird Street. QPOUffi OB MONDAY, JULY 11. Twenty per cent, discount from usual prices ot everything in ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
2 ■ . REAL ESTATE. : JOHN M. ZYXCIT. ' ■ \ Af\ foot lot on Rice street, $1, 200; easy terms. 50 foot lot in West Saint Paul, good location, (or $375. 2 large tine located lots on Dayton's Bluff, nice ly shaded. §500 each; easy terms. * CHOICE lot in Woodland Park for $1,875, on Holly avenue. 6 acres near Lake Phalen, $925. . 148 feet on' west Seventh street, corner, good i business location, for $1, 700. COOD seven room house on Reany street, near ; Seventh, two lots, for $2,150; easy terms. The above and a large list of other choice j pieces of business property, residence property, I lots, blocks, acres near city, farms, &c, all cheap j and on easy terms, for sale by J. M. Lynch, 104 ! East Third street Presley block. 195 ; MII>I>LETO\ «1- DOVOAX. LOTS can be had in Fairview addition, finely located, from 8400 up, upon monthly pay ments. | Cl>Q OAA- 2 houses and lots, corner Park ! tp*J,i-iUU and Viola street. , .■■..* ; 4il~*'""'^~~ ' ots on Greenwood avenue, near tp...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
THE SOCIAL WORLD. Commodore Kittson has gone to Chicago. A. Poirier and son arrived yesterday from Montreal. To-day Bishop Grace goes to Stillwater to dndieute St. Mary's church. Miss Moone, of La Crosse, is visiting Miss Forepaugh, on Exchange street. On Thursday evening last a very pleasant hop was held at Hotel Lafayette. On Thursday last the cathedral choir had a very pleasant picnic at Minnetonka. Miss Hiittie Strong left on Friday for Riv- | erside, 111., to be gone until September. Miss Minnie Colter, of Cincinnatti, is vis iting Miss May Richardson, of Ashland ave nue. Mr. H. X. McNair and family, of St. Louis, have taken the residence No. 296, Pleasant avenue. Mrs. J. D. Ludder is at home, and her friends are glad to welcome her after a long absence. S. S. Stokes goes east to-night upon insur ance business in the cities of Chicago and Cleveland. The senior crew of the Boat club leave this week on their six weeks' trip of winning new laurels. On Wednesday evening last a very...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
4 • ®teil|i m ©lobe, Official paper of the City and Connty. . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED - ;■.- ■' ■■; -.»■--'- ■ • ; ■" f. '• •• ''. " •';; ... BY TnE • ST. 'kiUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 321 Wnbashaw Street, St. Ptm\. ST. PAUL, SUNDAY, JULY 13 . 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. 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 -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 52 00 By Mail— per year, postage paid..... 150 WEEKLY GLOBE. By postage paid, per year $1 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 l...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
It was delivered about six o'clock Wednes day night. The convention had been in •ession seven hours continuously, the time being occupied by the New York quarrel and the presentation speeches naming candi dates. There had been numerous attempts to adjourn, but the galleries so intermingled their voices in with the delegates voting no, that the chair decided them all lost. Senator Wallace, of Pennsylvania, had just made a motion to adjourn, declaring that physical endurance could hold out no longer. Mr. Cochran also joined in urging the adjournment, but it was ag#n declared lost. Tnis was the only move that Senator Wallace made in which he was not success ful. Mr. Cochran then took the platform, beiugthe next speaker after Grady, who, un der the guise of seconding the nomination of Bayard, had indulged in a violent philippica against Cleveland and had becu alternately hissed and cheered. The greatest confusion and disorder at any time of the convention Was during Grady"s speech. When...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
£S IiAIKJEE. The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globk 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. The respective wards aud towns are entitled to representatives as follows, viz. : First Ward — 16 delegates. Second Ward — 5 delegates. Third Ward — 14 delegates. Fourth Ward — 13delegates. Fifth Ward — 10 delegates. Sixth Ward— l!) delegates. Seventh Ward — 4 delegates. Eighth Ward —2 delegates. Bloomington, Charnplin, Eden Prairie, Green wood, Independence, Minneapolis, Osseo, St, An thony and Wayzata, one delegate each. Brooklyn, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Excelsior, Hassan. Maple Urove, Minnetonka, Minnetrista, Plymouth and Richfie...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
SUNDAY SMILES. All the Fashion. i m.i: ah SID. Little Ah Sid W«B a Christian kid — Acute little cuss, you'd declare — With eyes full of fun ; And a nose that begun Right up at the roots of his hair. Jolly and fat Was this frolicsome brat, As he played through the long Hummer day And braided his cue As his father used to, In Chinalaud, far, far away . Once o'er a lawn That Ah Sid played upon A bumble-bee flew in the spring: "Melican butterfly 1" Taid he, with winking eye "Me. catch and pull off mv wing." Then with his cap He struck it a rap — This innocent bumble-bee — And put its remains In tlit; seat of his jeans, ror a pocitei mere nau me i_uinee. Down on the grass Sat the little sardine In a style that was strangely demnre And caid with a grin That was brimful of sin •'Me mash urn butterfly, sure." Little Ah Sid • ■\Vn« only v kid, Xor could you expect him to gues» What kind of a bug He was holding so snug ii the fold of his loose-fitting dress. "Ki-yal Kiyipye!" Ah Sid cried, as...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 July 1884
8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. Judge Simons denied release by habeas corpus to Schlief , the Rose township.bigamist, yesterday. ■ .Yesterday was the end of the thirteenth week of Forepaugh's traveling season, which is of twenty-six weeks' duration. ' John Jenalsky, a musician, was arrested last evening at his home ■on the corner of Twelfth and Jackson streets, for wife whip ping. • ■' ' Chas. Schoer entered a liquor store on Lafayette avenue last evening and struck the proprietor, for which he was arrested by the police. I There was quite a showy fire at 11:45 last eTeriing in the direction of Kittsonville, but there being no water in that vicinity the fire department made no attempt to reach it. '.The city detectives corraled the few pick pockets with the circus yesterday, early in the day. and told them if any of them were caught they would all be put in durance. Phillepina Allen, a five-year-old girl, strayed away from 226 Maple street yester day, and a six-year-old boy from 74(! Map...