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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
VOL. VII BLAIfOVICE. Repeated by the Senator Who Will Never be Vice President. Logan Vies With Blame in an » Indecent Letter of Ac ceptance. Which Would be Discreditable to a Stump Speaker ot Average Truthluluess. Pretenses of Argument with Cheeky Mis representations of Present and Historic Facts. Senator John A. Logan's' Characteristic Responses to a Nomination for Vice President. Washington, D. C, July 19, 1884. — Dear Bir: Having received from you on the 24th of June, official notification of my nomina rion by the Republican national convention, as the Republican candidate for vice presi dent of the United States, and considering it to be the duty of every man devoting him self to the public service, to assume any po sition to which he may be called by the voice of his countrymen, I accept the nomination with a grateful heart and a deep sense of the responsibilities, aud if elected, shall endeav or to discharge the duties of the oilice to the best of my ability. This honor, as is...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
2 ST PAUL NEWS Uli 1 IIUJLJ IiJJ II Us THE COUKTS. Supreme Court, DECISIONS. Hugh Campbell, appellant, vs. the City of Still water, respondent. Syllabus — A ruuuicipul corporation is not re lieved of the care and responsibility for the con dition of one of its streets merely by perm tting a railway company to lay out and operate its tracks and along it. Wbere several concurring acts or conditions of things, one of them a wrougfu! act or omission, produce an injury, such wrongful act or omission is to be regarded the proximate cause of the in jury, if the injury be one which might reasonably be anticipated from the act or omission, and which would not have occurred without it. Order reversed. Gilfillan, C. J. Emma B. Rousier, administratrix of A. H. Rousier, deceased, respondent, vs. the Min neapolis & St. Louis Kaihvay company, ap pellant. Syllabus — In the operation of a freight train in the night the train broke apart, and the forward part of the train being afterwards stopped...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
SOUTHERN. MINNESOTA. Cleanings of News and Items of Ma terial Interest. A Daily Globe Department at Mantato De voted to Developing and Advancing the Southern Portion of tho State. The office of the Southern Minnesota depart ment of Tue Globe i 9 in charge of Mr. E. F. Barrett, with headquarters at Mankato, the business and editorial rooms being on the second floor of the First national bank building formerly occupied as the telephone exchange. Personal calls or communication addressed to Mr. Barrett on matters pertaining to this department wilj receive prompt attention. fcpecial Reports from the GLoiiEMankato office, July 21. Mimkttto Dots. Hot ! hotter ! '. hottest .! ! To-morrow is butter day. Hon. E. P. Freeman spent Sunday with lis family. The auctioneer has about disposed of the jmith "Fair" store stock of goods. Tbere is a large amount of work on hand for the street commissioner. The train from Saiut Paul yesterday was delayed about forty-five minutes. Miss Eliza Jones, a form...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
4 Official paper of the City and County. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ' ,' . V ;■'''■':-*/• BY THE :\ '■'.- ■ ST. VAULV GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, : - . No. 321 Wabashaw \ Street, St. Paul. ■ • • ST. PAUL. TUESDAY, JULY 22. iFfiUnHi roEoßß SEVEN IBBXJXS PER WEEK— BY CARRIER. One Year, payable in advance . I $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. On« Year ..........;.... $6 00 Six M0nth*...."...: •: 8 50 Three M0nth5........... 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 — per year $2 00 By Mail— year, postage paid 150 j WEEKLY GLOBE. By Mail — postage paid, per year.. . . .'. SI 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 matter...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
AMUSEMENTS. A Celebrated Case. ft Is pleasant in these days of tawdry so ciety plays aud grand ballets to have an oc casional return to something that has the Bmack aud flavor of the old time melodrama, with a human motive and a suggestion of human nature at the bone and core of it. The reflection is apropos to the production at the Grand last night, of the beautiful aud to use a stock phrase realistic melodrama "A Celebrated Case." The drama was pre sented by the Lefcis Morrison Dra matic company with a pleasant, and in many respects, powerful cast. The play is in four acts, preceded by a pro logue, which describes the motive of the ac tion. The prologue introduces the audi ence to the home of Jean Renand, the hero of the play, the time of the action being on the eve of the battle of Fontenoy. Renaud appears in the character of a soldier, who steals home to bid his wife and child fare well before entering the expected battle. During the short and tender interview he intrusts to her...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
6 MMEAPDLIS m The Minneapolis office of the Daily Globe has been removed to 213 llennepin avenue. '■■"■■■ The Daily Globe . • Can be fonnd on Bale every : morning at the fol lowing news stands : - Kicollet House news stand, St. James Hotel news staud, J. W. Ayers, ' South Third street, between Nicollet and Hennepins^avenue, W. E. G*rrish, 001 South Washington avenue, . W. 11. Stickucy, 517 Cedar avenue, H. J. .Worth,' oppo site Manitoba depot. Geo. A. Worse, 206 Central avenue, E. A. Taylor, 2-26 Hcnnepin avenue, C. R. 3luruby, 200 Hennepin avenue, 11. Hocffner, " 1221 Washington avenue north, and- Hedderly & Co., 55 Central avenue. • MINNEAPOLIS OLOBJBLKTS. The street hawkers are reaping a benefit. A special meeting of the crusaders will be lißid to-morrow evening. We notice none of the saloons have "lowa headquarters" over their doors. The Elgin baud' entree to the city yoster ; my was an ovation all along the line. The street cars on the new Lyndale and Lake street line, star...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
h FINANCIAL Kkw York, July 21. ■ AFTERNOON KEPOBT. . - ;'"■■■ Money 2@3 per cent. • Prime mercantile paper SH@7H percent. Bar silver, $1.10 Sterling exchange dull at $email@example.com>4 long; . $4.85® 4.85>4 short. \ Governments— . State Bonds— Quiet. Bonds — bonds steady. , • Stocks — a weak opening became strong and higher and advanced ;-J©2 per cent., the lat ter for Delaware, Lackawanna & Western. Union Pacific advanced 154 per cent, on large transac tions. Stocks afterward became K@l% per cent, lower. Delaware, Laekawanna & Western scored the greatest decline. After the delivery hour there was a recovery of }£,©■% percent.,, but later the improvement was lost. The market closed quiet. ' Horning; Board Quotations. , ■ : . GOVERNMENTS. Three 5. .........100 Fours coupons. . .1204 44sdo ...1125£ Pacific 6s of '95. .124 STOCKS. Adams Express. .l2B X. J. Central 57 l i Allegheny Cent.. Vi North'n Pacific... 18)4 Alton & T. U 24 do preferred... 45'g do preferred... 70 Nort...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 22 July 1884
8 ■\ THE CITY. CITY; GLOBULES. A requ&ition for some one was received .oy Gov. Htjbbard yesterday. The internal revenue receipts at Collector Brickel's office last week amounted to $7, -541.91. ■< .\ ■/■■ The sum of $18,000 was disbursed ,by the city treasurer yesterday iv payment of inter est oil city bon^p.' Chief Black will receive bids from city coal dealers to supply, the department for the year until Monday. A back pension of $2,261 was received at the adjutant general's office yesterday for a veteran at Big Rapids, Mich. Capt. B'-Tger has charge of the Minnesota, battle Hags, which will be displayed in the grand army, procession at Minneapolis to morrow. The Prescoit trial against the city was re lumed in the district court yesterday, the day being occupied in taking testimony for the defense! ; '. All old soldiers in the city are requested to join Acker Post at the Union depot at 7:30 ■harp, to-morrow morning to go up and par ticipate in the parade at Minneapolis. The...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 23 July 1884
"VOL, VII THE INDEPENDENTS- An Address Adopted Setting Forth Their View of the Campaign. Eacli Party Being: Divided With in Itself on Tariff and Finan cial Questions. The Issue of the Campaign is Resolved Into a Choice of Presidential Candidates. Mr. Blame Unclean, Tainted With the Vices Which Are Destroying Good Government. Gov. Cleveland Honest, Faithful, Capable aud JEnergetio— The Man for the Times New York, July 22. — The Independent Republicans held a conference here to-day. Among the Massaehuetts delegates there were. the following from Boston': Geo. W. Hale, F. C. Lowell and J. B. Gardner; Cambridge, Jabez Fox, Geo. W. Wright, F. V. B. Kern, Coi. T. W. liigginson, A. M. Howe and J. B. Thaye; Concord, Samuel Hoar, Arthur J. Fuller and Messrs. Chapman and Hudson ; Fall River, S. Borden ; New Bedford, F. B. Sam men and W. C. Lameon; Brookline, Tiieo. D. Lyman; Quincy, W. B. Rice, Wm. Everett and Mr. Slade; Weburn, W. V. Kellen; Newton, Col. A. A. Pope, Jr.; Can tor, J. F. Ober,...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 23 July 1884
1 ■». t . '■■"', /■ ■ ;•-■'-'/'' ' ■■-. ' •'.-■ :■ - ■■■'■•■ ; '. : A JOHNNY BULL ROAD. f- 1 . .o* .■■■■■ ■ -' ' ' ' " • • /■■.'" v ' ■ /•:'• Style of Management of the Cana dian Pacific Railway. St. P. ■ & I). Excursion toChisago Lakes and the Dalles. :■■:,,-■■■ ■:'■' ■■■.:'. Proposed G. A. B. Excursion to the National Park. The Canadian Pacific. This road has managed to become . about ifl unpopular as its worstst enemies could ask to have it. It started out in the first place as a beggar, and up to the present time has continued in the same course. The money to build it was taken from the people through the government, and the road has been con tinually malstreating the people. It is . now ' engaged in endeavoring to compel the peo ple of Winnipeg to ship over the Canadian Pacific when they do not wish to. It costs more to get their goods that way, and when they do get them they come in such broken and damaged condition from frequent hand lings from one line to another, that ...