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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
VOL, VII DRY GOODS. • Call I GUSTAVE CaST Holiday ! |j j-i gyrnfl fi 11 11 I Tuesday! Call 2ST."W. Corner Call Boßdai i seventh and Jackson Sts., Ma*! I f ST. PAUL, MINN. Call Dry Goods Cal» 'Way ! AND Tuesday! Notions ! v 3.11 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. tSll *0I1(,a} ! per cent- dis- Tues(|ayJ sfSmHfe count fromlo west 111 1122? market prices, on any and all goods Monday! THIS MONTH! Tuesday! $25, $20, $15, $12.50, $10 " Snwr-Wnis! « diondaj! I Tuesday ! (Sone bat Imported Garments,) WILL BE CLOSED « MONDAY, July 21, * , "*'! TUESDAY, Jniy2fsS,,! AT .(.V I«ij!^ne"J a PieCe ' Tuesday! ni Summer SUk to lie Closefl Out ! M Elegant line of Colored Groe Grain Silk, ™"' Monday ! LeBs2spercenttsl|iperyard' Tuesday! A BABGAIN. Call Call i GUSTAVE HEINEMANN, Monday ! aorthwMt Corner Seventh ad Jackson Sts. * fl^fla} • DRY GOODS. GREAT CLEARING SALE OP SUMMER GOODS ! I To Close Out promptly tbe balanoe of Summer stock on hand will continue their sales in all departments, at the ex- tremely low pr...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
2 REAL ESTATE. JOHN M. LTNCH. FINE large lot iv Lockwood's addition, S3OO on monthly payments- inly one 5-acre tract vleft near Lake Phalen, for $925 : fronts on two streets. k few lots on Dayton's Bluff, cheap. No pay- ment down if party will build. The cheapest lot by all odds in Woodland Park Addition on St. Anthony Hill, for one week. Lots on University avenue $1,200. Business lot on Rice street, $1,500. Corners on West Seventh street, $1,700 and $1,300. A few nice houses in good locations, cheap, and on easy terms. 40 acres of good land three miles from city for $800. 50 foot lot in West Saint Paul for $375, half cash. iST'lf you want anything In the shape of busi ness property, residence property, lots, blocks, acres, near city, or farms, call before buying, It will be to your advantage. J. M. LYNCH, • 104 East Thiid street, Presley Block. MIDDLETON •£• DOUG AN. No. 170 East Third street. rt»-| nnfl —Two lots in West St. Pur.'.. «pJ_9UUU. $125 por lot will buy a block of lots ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
In the G. A. R. work in Minnesota. Follow ing are the signers of the first constitution: Gen J B Sanborn, Gen W di Marshall, Gen H O Van Cleve, Gen W Rogers, Capt Erail Munch, Maj H Yon Mlnden, Capt Miles Hollister, Capt Ross Wilkinson, Lieut A P Connolly, Capt John Motilton, Lieut Stout, M li Merrill, B Mattocks. STATE ENCAMPMENT. Representatives from the G. A. R. posts in fit. Paul, Red Wiug, Minneapolis, St. An thony, District of Hennepiu county, Ramsey county, Dakota county, Brown county and the post at Lake City responded to a call for a convention to organize a state provisional department, and met in St. Paul August 16. 1866. The constitution adopted at the first meeting was amended, a council of admin istration was elected, and the state provi sional department was organized by eleWiDg Gen. John B. Sanborn temporary com mander, Maj. John Moulton adjutant aDd Capt. Miles Allison quartermaster. PERMANENT ORGANIZATION. At the meeting held August 14, 1567, the provisional depart...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
4 Xferilp © Grlobe. Official paper of the City and Connty. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE BT. PaUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, SUNDAY, JULY 20. SEW TERMS OF THE OLOBE. SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK — BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance $8 00 Six Months, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 8 25 Per Month. 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK— BY MAIL. POST- AGE PAID. One Year $6 00 Six Months 3 50 Three Mouths 2 00 One Mouth. 70 All mail subscriptions payable Invariably in advance. Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as I. carrier. SUNDAY GLO3E. By Carrier— per year $2 00 By Mail— per year, postage paid 150 WEEKLY GLOBE. By Mail— postage paid, per year $1 15 WASHINGTON BUREAU. The Washington T^ews 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 pablic will reeelve prompt and courteous atten tion by calling at or addressing the above num ber. ...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
RESURGAM. The Drake Block has Risen from Its Ashes an Ornate Structure of Usefulness and Beauty. The St. Paul Historians can Score Another Fine Building on the Long List of Ee. cent Improvements. A Brief Description of One of the Finest and Most Conveniently Located Of- fice Building* in the City. The attention of strangers coming into tbe City will be favorably attracted hereafter by the bold, prominent and imposing front of the Drake block, on the 6outh side of Third street between Jackson and Sibley, where is no intricacy or attempt at ornate decoration of tbe facade, but a comfortable feeling of solidity, strength and durability Is forced on the mind when gazing at this building. It is one of those harmonious, restful quiet fa cades that commands and fastens the atten tion, and leaves the impression of piaiu simplicity and startling strength. Few people realize the vast amount of labor required to raise a large building, the hundreds of thousands of brick, the stone, the mortar ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
6 MMEWISII ri h'j Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has b*t.n removed to 213 Hennepin avenue. The Daily Glofce Can4>e 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, ttiv.een Nicollet and Hcnnepins avenue, W. E. Gerrish, 601 Soe.th Washington avenue, W. 11. 6-ticJrtiey, 517 Cedar avenne. 11. J. Worth, oppo- »:!.■ .Manitoba depot. G&o. A. Morse, 206 Central avenue. E. A. Taylor, 22(> Ilsnuepin avenue, C. It. Murphy, 2Cii Hennepin avenue, H. Hoeffner, lavl Washington avenue north, and Heddtrly «fc Co,, 55 Central avenue. MINNEAPOLIS GEOREEETS. The Sens of Veterans mustered in a number of new members last night. Why do the officials refuse to give the names Of the sureties on Mrs. II: rr.et Burner's bonds? There was no special term of the district court yesterday, and there will not be until Septem- jer. The inmates and patrons of a low dive on North First street were fine...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The city treasurer disbursed $45,000 yes terday in payment of street contractors. A little girl nve and one-half years old was lost from 306 Chsrles street last evening. The Rice park concert by Selbert's band last night was well attended, the programme being very fine. The Hennepin county treasurer made the June settlement of tbat county by paying Treasures Kittleson the sum of §7*3,523.13, yesterday. Adjutant General MaeCarthy opened a registry book at his rooms at the State Cap itol yesterday, to register all the names of Miuuesota soldiers with their postoffice ad dress. Gugliemo Petretti, an Italian, employed at the ice cream factory of Ramieiotto on "Wabashaw street, bad his right hand caught iv a freezer yesterday and a couple of his fingers were amputated. The plat commission met yesterday and approved the plans of Richard McCormiek's subdivision, block SS, L. Dayton's addition to St. Paul. Also the plat of Lake View and Joy's addition in the south T...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
8 THE CHURCHES t First Baptist ch.urch,corner Ninth and Wacouta streets, Rev. R. R. Riddell, D. D., pastor. Dr. Riddell will preach at 10:80 a. m. on "The In- fluence of Infidelity." Sunday school at 12:15. Young people's meeting at 7 o'clock. In the evening the church will unite with the dther churches of the city in the anniversary services of the Y. M. C. A. at the Grand Opera house. New Jerusalem (or Swedenborgian) church, Market street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, Rev. Edward C. Mitchell, pastor. Services at 10:30 a.m. Sunday school at 11:45 a.m. The church has been closed till September. First Presbyterian church, Rev. C. C. neriott, pastor. Service as usual in the morning. No seryice in the evening on account of the Y. M.C. A. meeting at the Opera house. Revival services at the Jackson Street Metho dist church to-day as follows: 9:30 a. m., prayer meeting; 10:30 a. m., preaching; 7:15 p. m., young people's meeting; 8:00 p. m., preaching; free seats: welcome. Plymouth Co...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
PEN PICTURES SAINT FAUL, MINNESOTA. 1851 — Second Meeting of the Legislature — Hole-iu-lhe-Day— -James M. Goodhue Wounded— First Dramatic Performance —Other Events— Geu. Wm. R. Marshall- Marshall Personally— Squaw Log Drivers — Mai-nhall Sherman— James Akers— Mr. Akers Personally. — Never Chewed, Drank or Smoked— Deacon P. \V, Nichols— "D— n the Land"— "White Bear Lake— H. Is. Moss — As a Man — Commencing M'ork on the Capitol Foundation— Log Cabin vs. Merchants Hotel— Knowing Dog— ln- dian Murder— Hot Pursuit— An Indian Killed. BY T. M. XEWSON. Article XXXI. •"til — SECOND MEETING OF TUE LEGISLATURE. SVThe first legislature met in the old Central House, back of Manuheimer block, ou Bench street, Sept. 8, 1549. Tbe second session of the legislature wus held iv 1850-1, in a brick building ou Third street, now a part of the present Merchants hotel, erected and owned by Judge Aaron Goodrich. The lower floor was occupied by the House of Representatives, the upper floor by the Council, an...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
10 EDUCATIONAL COUIITSHIP. [Somerville Journal.] She was a Boston Maiden, and she'd scarcely passed eighteen. And as lovely as a hour:, hut of grave and sober mien ; A sweet encyclopedia of every kind of lore, Though love looked coyly from behind the glas ses thut she wore. She sat beside her lover, with hey elbow on his knee, And dreamily she gazed upon the slumbering summer sea, Until he broke the silence, saying: "?jay, Mm erva, dear. Inform me of the meaning of the Thingness of the Here. "I know you're! just from Concord, where the lights of wisdom be. Your head crammed full to bursting, love, with their philosophy — Those hoary-headed sages and maids of hosiery ;: blue— solve me the conundrum, love, that I have put to you." She smiled a dreamy smile and said: "The Thingness of the Here Is that wluch never yet has passed nor yet arrived, my dear; Indeed." the maid continued, with a calm, un- ruffled brow, •The Thingness of the Here is just the Thisness of the Now." A smile illum...