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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 14 July 1884
FINANCIAL. • MORNING BEPORT. X«w York, July 12. — 11 a. m. — Stocks lower on reports of the failure ■. of Halstead, Haines & Co., dry goods merchants. Prices de clined Js£@l Vi per cent., Delaware, Lackawauna & Western, Northern Pacific preferred and New York Central being the weakest shares. AFTERNOON REPORT. - Money 2@3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper B©6 per cent. liar silver, 81.1054- Sterling exchange dull at $4. 83' 4 ©4. long; $4.85& ©4.85 ? i short. - ,"'•'. BANK STATEMENT. Loans, decrease. $2,791,000 Specie, increase........ 7,760,000 Legal tenders, increase 2,101 Deposits; increase../..... 9,248,000 Circulation, increase 32,500 Reserve, increase. .'.... 7,550,000 The banks now hold 523,801,000 in excess of legal requirements.' Governments — Firm. State Securities— Dull. Bonds ßailroad bonds firm. ■ ' Stocks — Steadier « at a fractional advance. Stocks became higher on the favorable bank •statement. Pacific Mail active on favorable re ports for the past quart...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 14 July 1884
;-s > THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. There were twenty occupants at the city ball at 11 o'clock last evening. The photographs of the Carleton English Opera company are the finest ever displayed here. The Mary Morton, of the Diamond Jo line, arrives on Tuesday and departs for St. Louis the same noon. John Galvin and A. A. Heiduiark, two itrfiet fighters, were run into the city hall early yesterday morning. A sheriff from Lansing was observed in the streets yesterday evidently on the look out for. some erring Michigander. • The Street Car company will not allow a policeman to ride free without he has on the full n-gulation uniform. The "Stars" d(*t relish the new rule worth a cent. S. C. W. West, the driver of street car 61, was arrested frtr drunkenness and disorderly conduct by officer Pat Gibbons, yesterday af teruoon. on the corner of Fourth and Wa bashaw streets, and lodged In the lockup. That car had to wait for a new hand from the down-towu stables. Henry Guibel was arrested by Of...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
VOL, VII NOT A HAPPY ONE. Is the Lot of Brokers and Commission Men About These Pays. Outsiders Hold Aloof From Spec ulation in Either Produce or Stocks. And the Unlucky Brokers Have Noth ing Else to do but to Skin Each Other. No Important Change in any of the Markets or in Prospects of Future Prices. The Produce Pits Show a Resume of Strength, but From Wall Street There are Dismal Predictions. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago. July 14 — The markets were dull on 'change to-day, grain closing about J^c lower. Cables were favorable, and on this wheat and corn were stronger early, but trading was so moderate that the strength was rot sustained. Telegrams from St. Louis said the receipts of winter wheat there ex ceeded 100,000 bushels, and the local receipts were fair, so these influences helped the weakness, and tnere was not even a demand from the shorts to help matters, they having pretty well covered their deals last week. Outside orders were also scarce, and the tra...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
3 bl. lAUL NfiWu. IT'S A PAYING BUSINESS. But Not Always Profitable to the Stockholders. . And This Year, the Earnings Are Not Very Encouraging. European as Well as American Roads Re porting Reduced Profits. , : Railroad Earnings. I Advance sheets of the Commercial and Fi nancial Chronicle show the following ] reported gross earnings for the six months ending June 30: Roads. 1884. . 1883. Burlington, Cedar Rapids . & Northern. ....... f. . . $206,418 $216,616 Central lowa 101,043 93,535 Central Pacific. 1,780,000 2,220,226 Chicago & Alton 683,962 667,507 Chicago & Eastern Illinois .126,120 , 144,143 Chicago, Milwaukee & St. \ , Pau1........;.......... 1,919,000 2,023,180 Chicago & Northwestern.. 1,942,831 2,213,011 Chicago, St. . Paul, Minne . apolis& 0maha........ 464,538 444,678 Chicago* West Michigan. 126,857 135,734 Cincinnati, Ind., St. Louis „ & C t. 197,313 139,929 Dcs Molnes & Fort Dodge* 17,698 16.895 Detroit, Lansing & K0rth ern*...........
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
THE ISSUES STATED. The Convention— the Platform— the Candidate— The ■ Eve ■' of Political .Revolution. . (Telegraphic Editorial to the Philadelphia Times.] Chicago, July 11.— All great revolutions are born in violent throes, and the : desperate battle just closed In the Democratic national convention will stand as a memorable illus tration of this truth. It was the most heroi cally contested struggle I have ever known, in thirty years as a witness of presidential nominations, and every element of ambition and jealousy, of meanest hatreds of strug gling spoilsmen and'of both petty and majes tic individual rivalry was. an intensifying factor in the conflict. Only a supreme cause high over men could have withstood the re peated shocks of the fierce assailing hosts. No national convention ever stood like the rock-ribbed shore against the angry surges of the spoilsmen's storm as did the convention of to-day. It was held in anarchy for an hour in the midst of a ballot by the cunning ly de...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
■4' Xfetily © (motes. '■■.Official, paper of the City and Comity. ■ . " PRINTED AND PUBLISHED "j . . ' ' ■■ ' . :;.v '..; . by THE •-•■■'■'■ ST. PaUL ; GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, V ■ ' ; . "; No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, TUESDAY. JULY 15. ■SEW TERMS OF THE GLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK— BY CARRIER. ." One Year, payable in advance $8 00 '. Bix Months, payable in advance. ........... 4 25 ■ Three Months ■....' :... ...2 25 -Per M0nth...;.:..;. 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— BY MAIL, POST /. AGE PAID. , --, One Year. $<*> 00 ■ Six Months.. 8 50 : Three Months ..................... ..*... 200 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— per year........... $2 00 By — per year, postage paid. 150 • •■■.• . . —^-^— . . • WEEKLY GLOBE. By postage paid, per year ......... .SI 15 DAILY. WEATHI2R BUUUBZfK. - Office Chiet Signal Officer. ). Washington, D. C, July 1...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
reference to them, but in justice to the efforts and success of the res.t in entertaining the Jobbers and their guests upon the cars and the people at various places who gathered to meet the party, it must be done. The following •re the names of the double quartette of which it was composed, none of whom had sung together before: C. L. A. Johnson and H. T. Drake, first tenor; W. J. Dyer and C P. Noyes, second tenor: W. H. Mingaye and Richard Gordon, tirst bass ; C. H. Biglow, Jr. and E. F. Bar rett, second bass. The music rendered by them was mainly from the Arion books to which were added a number of lively, rollicking college songs, and it is but fair to say that they found very appreciative audiences everywhere, and feel amply rewarded both at their •uccess in pleasing and also by the pleasure which every true lover of music feels in join ing to produce the grand harmony which tome of the music rendered by them con tains. Mitchelfx Opinion. The following paragraphs from the Mitch...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
« The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has been removed to 213 Hennepin avenue. The Daily Glofte Can be found on sale every morning at the fol lowing news stands: Nicollet House news stand, St. James Hotel news stand, J. W. Ayers, South Third street, between Nicollet and Hennepinsjavenue, W. E. Gerrish, 001 Sonth Washington avenue, W. H. Stickney, 517 Cedar avenue, H. J. Worth, oppo site Manitoba depot. Geo. A. Morse, 206 Central avenue, E. A. Taylor, 22(5 Hennepin avenue, 0. R. Murphy, 206 Hennepin avenue, H. Uoeffner, 1221 Washington avenue north, and Hedderly & Co,, 55 Central avenue. Democratic County Convention. A convention of the Democratic voters of Hen nepin county is hereby called to meet at Market hall, m the city of Minneapolis, on Tnesday, 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 and to...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
FINANCIAL i AFTERNOOX BEPOIIT. "' New Yob£, July 14. Money 2@3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5©,6 ' per cent. Bar. silver, $1,104, Sterling exchange dull at S4.S3M@4.B3tf long; 84.60>i ©4*B5 £ short, '.v,; .':■"■' Governments — Firm. State Securities— Quiet. -. — Railroad bond* lower. — Opened irregular but afterward be came strong. Stocks closed dull but firm. 1 There were few rumors late in the day. although dur ing the morning reports were current of failures In the dry goods trade, none, however, being substantiated. v Changes in price* daring the •afternoon unimportant. Morning Board Quotations. .. GOVERNMENTS. Threes ........100 Fours coupons... 1 19 l i d 0....' 112 l Pacific 6a of '95.. 133 STOCKS. Adams Express.. 125 N. J. Central.... 56 Allegheny Cent.. 12 North'n Pacific. .. I.S Alton* T. H.... 20 do preferred... **%] do preferred... TO Northwestern.... 89f? American. 90 do preferred... 125 :. ' 8.,c.1UN.... 59 'N.I". Central.... -100X Canada Southern. 254 N.Y..C. A...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 15 July 1884
8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The Great Western band will give a con cert to-ntobt at Grotc's. - The Seventh street cars made a handsome appearance ye.sterday. Yesterday was ladies' day at the base bal 1 park, the fair sex being admitted free. The builders' exchange will hold a meet ing at 11 o'clock this morning, at 14 Fourth street south. The Prescott ease against the city for tres pass in the Sixth ward will betaken up to-day before Judge Simons in the district court. Frank Blair, employed in an East side saw mill, lost an eye yesterday morning by being 6truek by a block thrown from a buzz saw. Detective John O'Connor locked up Jay Sickles, A. M. Kennedy, and S. M. Wells as suspicious characters yesterday afternoon. Word was left at the city hall last night, that Mrs. Picotte, No. 169 Martin street, had iost her two and a half year old boy. Lawn Tennis courts have been established apou the grounds of Commodore Kittson, Dayton avenue, and D. W. Ingersoll, Nelson aveuue. A runaway tea...