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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
THE MAN AT HOME. i Buffalo Keception of the Nomination of the Democratic Convention. An Upright Man of Great Decision of Char- acter, A Public Official Who Is Incorruptible. The following appeared In the Buffalo cor^ .-espondeuce of the Boston Herald under date of July 14. The home friends and ueighbors of Grover Cleveland are to-night celebratlug his nomination for the presidency. They are making a great demonstration. The city is red with the glare and noise of fireworks. Great crowds are on the streets, aud an almost endless procession, with ban ners and music, is parading all the principal thoroughfares. Iv an orderly way the place is literally being "painted red." Men of both parties are engaged in it, for here, where people know him best, the Democratic presidential uominee is held in high esteem by all classes. He seems to have led a plain, upright life, always marked with good judg ment, kindness, great decision of character sterling honesty. It is nearly always an easy matt...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 20 July 1884
12 FINANCIAL New York, July 19. AFTERNOON IIEVOUT. Money 2©3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 54 ©7 4 percent. Bar silver, $I. loft. Sterling exchange dull at $-1.82% ©4.834 long; $4.85© 4.854 short. BANK STATEMENT. I Loans, decrease \ $1,213,400 Specie, increase 4,110,000 Legal tenders, increase i,.4o,<joip Deposits, increase ,m«iX Circulation, decrease ■SPoml Reserve, increase 4,505,-.5 The banks now hold $28,410,775 in excess of legal requirements. Governments — Steady. State Bonds— Quiet. Bonds — Railroad bonds higher. Slocks— Advanced,* Union Pacific being the feature, rising to 354 on heavy purchases. Stocks afterward fell off 4@iai< P«* ceat- Fre9h buying orders subsequently sent prices up to the highest point of the week. Near the close the market weakened, closing quiet. Hiorning Board Quotations. GOVKBXMENT.S. Threes 100 Fours coupons. ..1204 4^sdo H2ft PaciiicOs of '95. .124 HTOOKS. Adams Express.. 128 N.J. Central 58 Allegheny Cent.. 12 North'n Pacific. .. 184 Alto...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
VOL. VII A DIAMOND DIGEST. History and Prognostications of Ball Players and Ball Playing. — . League and Association Records for the Week Ending July 19. The Drubbing St. Paul Gave Minneapolis Just for the Fun it Afforded. Northwestern J^nfjue. During the past week the first alarming symp toms of disintegration appeared in the North western league. The first signs of distress were in the Peoria team, which seems to be hopelessly in debt. The management was unable to pay the- $75 guarantee to Torre Haute each day on its recent visit there. It is rumored : that Muskegon is in an extreme state of financial em barrassment, audit is said, with what degree of truthfulness we do not know, that three mem bers of the team were left in St. Paul last Tues day night for want of funds to take them to Peoria. Saginaw sends up a weekly wail to its constituents for substantial aid, but there are no surface indications of marked attention from the latter. Buy City has sold one of its pitchers to the...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
2 ST PAUL NEWS AMONG THE HORSES. doling; Rataplan's Two Exploits Just Thirty Days Apart. Programme of the Southern ; Minne sota Meeting at Mankato. Notes of the Chicago July Races from "Turf, Field and Farm." j Parole Retired. His Phenomenal Record nod .Great Winnings. [This column will appear In the Globe every Monday morning. . Pertinent correspondence will be thankfully received and should be addressed Turf Editor of the Globe.] To Advertisers. Stock advertisements will hereafter be in serted in the Monday issue of the Globe im mediately following the reading matter of the horse department. In no other way can stock be so cheaply or prominently advertised as by aking advantage of this opportunity. Figures will be furnished on application, and adver isements can also occupy a corresponding position in the weekly issue, if desired. Rataplan. Commodore Kitteon's well known three-year old colt, Rataplan, which won the Traverse stakes at Saratoga on Saturday, has demonstrat ed on two ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
MOWMn EDlffl The following matter on this page ap peared in Sunday's" edition. The reason for thi? re-publication is because oar regular mall rate of subscription does not include the Sunday issue,' j- ' comparatively few in the country care to pay ■.iira or the Sunday edition, which lies in the :t. Paul postoffice and goes out in the same mail •nth the Monday paper. The more important news and other miscellaneous information. is therefore, published on Monday for the benefit of country subscribers who do not get the Scs- JS.A.T Globe. WELCOME COMRADES Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are Marching And Swooping Down Thirty Thousand Strong Upon Minneapolis The Eighteenth Annual Encamp ment of the Grand Army of the Republic- An Exhaustive History of the Origin, Ki3e an I Progress of the Organization. Condensed Sketches of the Previous Annual Encampments and What They Have Done, With a Complete Record of the Minnesota Posts, and Especial Mention of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The Arr&npr...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
4 '•®siSp[*@ <Blnii& ':,';l- ,• :\ ■'■ : Official paper of . the City and Connty. : --^ '[ PRINTED AND PUBLISHED . ■.-_ ;■•'■. ,;wv r'-IBT. THE ■'••'?*'■ ' ■ : ■"■'. ■■;■■;' ST. ImUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, ■ "No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. : ;" "iv^ ST. /PAUL,"* MONDAY, JULY 81. ;;V :•;'"' IflftSOF THE GLOBE. . SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK — BY. CARRIER. ■ One Year, payable in advance ..... ..... '.$8 00 " Six Months, payable in advance . .......... 4 25 • ' ThreeM0nth5....;.......;....: :.'... 2 25 • • Per Month :.....................:..... 75 BIX ISSUES' PER WEEK— BY MAIL, POST • AGE PAID. One Year .'. . ............ . . .'. . . . ....... . .$8 00 ..; Six M0nth5........... ..3 50 three M0nth5. . .......................... 2 00 Dne 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 .... S3 00 By — per year, postage paid...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
wsamm- The Minneapolis omce of the Dailt Globe has keen removed to 213 Hennepin avenue. The Daily Glo6e Can be found on sale every morning at the fol lowing news, stands : Nicollet House news stand, , St. James Hotel new* stand, J. W. Ayers, South Third street, between Nicollet and' Hennepins avenue, W. E. Gerrinh, 601 South Washington avenue, W. H. Sticknej, 517 Cedar avenue. H. J. Worth, oppo site Manitoba depot. Geo. A. Morse, 206 Central avenue. E. A. Taylor, 236 Hennepin avenue, 0. E. Murphy, Hennepin avenue, H. HoeSner, 12-1 Washington avenue north, and Hedderly & 1 Co,, 55 Central avenue. ' . ; CAMP SHERIDAN. - Sunday with the First Regiment. j Minnesota National Guards. Beligiou3 Services in the Morning 1 by ! the Chaplain. The Boys in Blue Deport Themselves-Com • mendably. The Artillery Awakens the Echoes to the Amusement Of AIL Annual Inspection— Detail for To-tlai/ — Combined Strength of the Companies'. The First Regimemt Minnesota National Guards spent a quiet Sabbat...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
6 Continued front Third Vage. rived last, being the first delegates to reach Minneapolis. The Elgin bund, composed of employes of the Elgin Watch company, said to be the l»e«t military baud in tde United States, arc to attend the encampment at Minneapolis. they will bring their own tents. Meeting »f Executive Committee. The executive committee of the G. A. It. held a moating last nierht to perfect the ar- rangements for the reception of the visiting delegates and to consider other matters con * cerning the encampment. The meeting was called to order by Capt. Bobb at 8:30 and the minutes of last meeting were read and ap proved. The chairman of the committee of finance reported that a few papers were still in ■ the ' hands of the solicitors. He had recently re ceived a subscription from Ball Naile of $25 for the organization of Indiana soldiers in • the city. It was also announced that a •übseription of Sl5O had been received of which one-half was to go to the Grand Army of Minuesota ...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
FINANCIAL PfKW York, July 19. ITESINO BKPORT. Money easy at 1 per cent., closed offered 1. Prime mercantile paper s'/s@T^ per cent. Ster ling exchange, bankers' bills quiet at $4.83^4 ; do. ex. demand, $4.85*4. Governments — Firm. Bonds — Railroad bonds firm. State Securities — Quiet. Stocks — The upward movement which set in at the Stock Exchange yesterday made further progress this morning. Favorable crop advices and scarcity of stocks were the causes at work. In the early trading the market was quite active and prices advanced sharply. The bears became alarmed by the rapidity of the advance and rushed in to buy, but owing to the small supply of floating stock, succeeded in covering but a comparatively small amount of their outstand ing contracts. The favorable bank statement also had its influence. At the opening prices rose W@H£ per cent. After the first call there was a reaction of ! i@?i P er cent., but near mid day speculation strengthened and many stocks sold up to the highe...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 21 July 1884
THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. Tlie city is filling up with veterans. It was a quiet Sunday in police circles. Rice park was well patronized yesterday. Twelve prisoners were locked 'up at city hall last midnight. The livery dealers had the biggest Sunday's business of the year. Sunday base ball takes well in St. Paul. The attendance yesterday was great. The funeral of Mrs. John Grace will take place from the Cathedral at 9 o'clock this morning. Dora Smith, a nymph dv pave, was arrest ed in the Sixth ward last night, on the charge of street walking. The movement of eastern tourists is set ting in this way, the hotels bein g well filled with pleasure seekers. The members of St. Clement's society vis ited Stillwater yesterday, to participate in the dedication of a church. Garfield post, G. A. R., having headquar ters on Jackson street, have flung a monster Bag to the breeze. It is a beauty, and bears the words, '"Welcome." While on his way home from the Rice park concert on Saturd iy night, ...