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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

VOL. Vll. BULLS TRIUMPHANT. i Strong Upward Turn in the Grain and Provision Market. ' May Wheat Goes Up with a Boom to $1.02 1-2, and a Belief that it Will go Still Higher. Pork Keeps Pace With it Reaching $18.35— Lard in Full Sympathy. A Great Opening In Wall Street, Followed by a Lively Rise aud a Lower Close. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe, j Chicago, Feb. 11.—There was a little more inquiry for winter wheat flours on local ac count," and prices for these were shade firmer, but not generally higher. Other grades re main quiet and' unchanged. There is no shipping demand. Winter wheat flour is quotable at $4.75@5.60 for good to choice; soft spring at $4.00@4.50, and Minne sota bakers' at$4.50@5.25; patents ranged at $5.50_J:0.25, and some brands were held higher; low grades, t»2.00(<63.25; rye flour, $3.00(«:3.35: buckwheat flour, $5.50(^0.00. The receipts of cattle at the stock yards were a shade higher on all descriptions of shipping and dressed beef cattle, but choic...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

VOL. Vll. BULLS TRIUMPHANT. a Strong Upward Turn in the Grain and Provision Market. May Wheat Goes Up with a Boom to $1.02 1-2, ami a Belief that it Will go Still Higher. Pork Keeps Pace With it Beaching $18.35— Lard in Full Sympathy. A Great Opening in Wall Street, Followed by a Lively Rise aud a Lower Close. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago, Feb. 11.— There was a little more inquiry for winter wheat flours ou local ac count, and prices for these were shade firmer, but not generally higher. Other grades re main quiet aud* unchanged. There is no shipping demand. Winter wheat flour is quotable at $4.75@5.60 for good to choice; soft spring at |4.00@4.50, and Minne sota bakers' at54.50@5.25; patents ranged at $5.50@6.25, and some brands were held higher: low grades, $2.00@3.25; rye flour, $3.00@3.55; buckwheat flour, $5.50@6.00. The receipts of cattle at the stock yards were a shade higher on all descriptions of shipping and dressed beef cattle, but choice stock, and s...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

2 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Tlie Disposition of the Pamphlets Descriptive of the Vil lard Visit. The Matter of Opening- the Great Sioux Reservation to Set tlement. The Fire rJBngs---The Northern Pacific Land Grant. Tie board of directors of the chamber of Bommeree held quite a full meeting yester day morning. MR. VILLARD'S LETTER. The letter of Mr. Henry Villard which has already been published in the columns of tbe Gloee, was read and directed to be placed on file. THOSE PAMPHLETS. The secretary, in compliance with the re quest of some of the members of the board, expressed at a former mada a full report of the disposition made of the Villard pamphlets as follows: To the Chicago, St. Paul & Omaha road, 3,000 copies; Northern Pacific, 2,500; St. Paul & Manitoba, 100; H. S. Fairchild & Son, 2,000; Fairchild & Davidson, 1,500; Cochran & Nqfport, 1,600; to various parties ; who registered 11,COO; mailed by the secretary 11,000; taken by gentlemen during the secretary's a...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

THE WORTHINGTON LAND OFFICE. Xeply cf the Register and Receiver to the Charges of a "Globe" Correspondent. United States Laxd Office, > Wokthixgtox, Minn., Feb. 7, 1884. J To the Editor of the Globe. Dear Sir: —In your paper of the 4th inst., there is an article headed, "Another Steal," which is without signature or dates, and is not only false, but malcious. The writer ap pears to make general charges against the conduct of this office, but is careful to so word his article that no action can be sus tained against him. We wish once for all to make a clear statement of the whole matter, and ask you to give it the same publicity that you did the article mentioned. In November, 1878, the Southern Minne sota Railway Extension company, selected a list of lands between ranges 28 and 33 in Mar tin county, under the acts of July 4, and 13, 1866. Some of the lands selected, having been covered by homestead entries at the time the grant to the railroad company was said to have attached, t...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

4 Official Paper of the City and County. Printed and Published Every Day in the Year BY TUT. ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No. 821 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. SEW TERMSOFTHE GLOBE SEVEN ISSUES PER WEEK—BY CARRIER One Year, payable in advance $8 00 Six JMonths, payable in advance 4 25 Three Months 2 25 Per Month 75 SIX ISSUES PER WEEK—BY MAIL, POST AGE PAID. One Year $0 00 . SixMentha 3 50 Three Months 2 00 One Month 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—per year, postage paid 1 50 ; WEEKLY GLOBE* By Mail—postage paid, per yeaj SI 15 j DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Office Chief Signal Officer, ) Washisgton, D. C, Feb. 11, S :5!> p. m. j taken at the same moment of time at all stations named. uppeh Mississippi valley. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. PanL.i 30.41 -14 NW Lt Snow St. Louis : .80.16 -35 N Lt llu.'.n La Crosse GO.37 -IT ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

PEOPLE STARVING. Hie Situation in the Flooded Districts Becoming More Deplorable. Several Floiirising Towns Swept out of Existence, and the Misery Entailed is Heart rending. _„, Cincinnati has Ixeeeded the Flood of 1833 and Both Gas and Water Have Given Out. Cixcixxm, O., (9 a. m.) Feb. 11.—The livet is sixty-six feet and rising an inch an hour, with the Weather n drizzling rain. At Gallipolis, it rose eight inches in twelve hours, and is now rising half an inch an hour. It has rained all night, with indications of more this morning. i5i»er brs fallen Uto feet at Bellpre twelve miles beloW M-irricUa. Telegraph communication with all the up river towns, except Marrk-tta, Gallipolis, Maysvilie and Ripley is still interrupted. Cixcixxati, Feb. 11, 11 a. in. —The river ie btt feet \% inches anb rising an inch an hour. It is raining hard. It lacks now but 4J4; inches of the floods of last year. With rains general aud the tributaries all rising, it is impossible to predict what height may...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

6 MINNEAPOLIS MS. OFFICE—No. (5 Washington Avenue, epposite Nicollet house. Office hours f row 6 a. m. to 10 o'clock p. m. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. The real estate transfers filed yesterday aggregated $69,373.45. About fifty notes of issue were filed in the district court yesterday. The newsboys and bootblacks enjoyed themselves at the city mission last evening. Demurrer to complaint has been overruled In the case of Frank lrmen against J. E. Norstrom. Another morning newspaper is projected. It is to be a four page, six column sheet, and independent. Tbe case of Cyrus W. Pickett, etal., vs. Charles H. Rowe, et al., was yesterday dis missed by the court. C. W. Collins, the crook who purloined a clock, will partake of Jimmy Stoddard's bill of fare for fifteen days. He will fatten up. Mayor Ames, in the News Letter, states that be will accept a renomination to the office of mayor, If tendered him by the De mocracy in the regular way. Thomas Murphy's residence on Seventh avenue southeast,...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

FINANCIAL HOUSING REPORT. r7r.Tf York, Feb. 11.—11 a. m.—Stocks opened stronger and higher, advancing \i<&\ per cent., the latter for Canada Southern. Missouri, Kansas & Texas rose to 22^. Before 10:30 a. m. a weaker tone prevailed and a decline ol '/j@ tyi percent, occurred. Northern Pacific and Oregon Transcontinental were the weakest lhares. AFTERNOON ItEPOBT. Money abundant at 1V4 @2 per cent, on call. Prime mercantile paper 4@5»/i percent. Ster ling exchange firm; the Canadian banks advanced their posted rates to $4.86>/ s ©4.8914; actual business done at $iM%(gi4.fio% long, $4.88{4fe 4.89 short sight. Governments —Firm. State Bonds —CJuiet. . Bonds—Railroad bonds strong; Chesapeake & Ohio currency sixes up to 53; New York, West Shore <fc Buffalo lives steady at 54 »%fe54. Stocks —The stock market was strong and higher after 11 and many shares are back to the highest point of the morning. There has been some pressure to sell Oregon Transcontinental and Nort...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 12 February 1884

» CITY GLOBULES. A leap year ball will be given at Pfelfers haU next Thursday evening. The board of water commissionera will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The committee on schools of the board of education will meet this evening. A special meeting of the board of educa tion will be held to-morrow night. Bids will be opened on the 29th inst. for $95,000 sewerage bonds to be issued. The city engineer's office contains a hand some model of the proposed Seventh street Tiaduct. Judge Nelson approved the appeal bond yesterday in the drivcwell case of Andrew against Cohen. A cash pension of $1,442.47 was received at the adjutant general's office yesterday at the rate of $72 per month for total disability. A meeting of the St. Paul branch of the Irish National League will be held at Hiber nian hall, Third and Jackson streets, next Monday evening. Mayor O'Brien received a call yesterday from a delegation of the incorporators of the narrow gauge motor contemplated between St. Paul und Min...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

VOL. VII. AN UNEVENTFUL DAY. Trading in Clricago Confined Chiefly to Home Specula tors Yesterday. May Wheat Touched $1.03, But Set tled Back to Opening Prices- Corn and Lard Steady. Strong Demand For Hogs With But Limited Receipts---LesscActivity In Provis ions—-Flour Dull. Considerable Liveliness in Wall Street With Light Fluctuations aud a Decline at the Close. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe. 1 Chicago, Feb. 12.—Home talent is having it pretty much its own way on 'change these days. The universal skin game goes blithelj* on with very little outside intervention to vary the monotony, which can hardly be called monotony, since the excitement oc casioned in a contest between well matched Combatants is necessarily greater than when t'ie foe is weak and easily beaten. The clash of steel against steel enlivens the bat tle with showers of sparks, while if one weapon be of wood it is easily broken and the enemy quickly vanquished. The amount of finesse and strategy made daily use...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

VOL. VII. Mi UNEVENTFUL DAY. Irading in Chicago Confined Chiefly to Home Specula tors Yesterday. May Wheat Touched 81.03, But Set tled Back to Opening Prices- Corn aud Lard Steady. Wrong Demand For Hogs With But Limited Receipts—Less=Activity In Provis ions—Flour Dull. Considerable Liveliness in Wall Street With .Light Fluctuations aud a Decline at the Close. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe. | Chicago, Feb. 12.—Home talent is having It pretty much its own way on 'change these lays. The universal skin game goes blithely Ml with very little outside intervention to »-ary the monotony, which can hardly be jailed monotony, since the excitement oe- UMoned in v contest between well matched combatants is necessarily greater than when the foe is weak and easily beaten. The .•lash of steel against steel enlivens the bat le with showers of sparks, while if one reapon be of wood it is easily broken and he enemy quickly vanquished. The amount )f finesse and strategy made daily lse ; of b...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

2 ST. PAUL NEWS. STARVING MILLE LACS. 1 Full Inquiry Into the Condi tion of Mille Lacs Indians. Their Condition Worse Than it Was Painted by Them. Juffering for Want of Food-Agent Luce's Derelictions. The following is the substance of the letter lent by C. P. Luce, Indian agent, from White Sarth agency, Minn., to Hon. H. Price at tVashington, commissioner of Indian affairs, is a report of the visit demanded of him by he department to inquire into the condition >f the Mille Lacs Indians, as per telegram of Dec. 26, 1883, and because of the complaint »f Gov. Hubbard on information received by he latter from ex-Senator Simmons, of Little Falls, and Joseph Robert, of St. Paul. AGENT LUCE TO COMMISSIONER PRICE. "Started with Rev. J. A. Gilfillan as inter preter, and arrived at Little Falls Jan. 6; saw. dr. Simmons, who said his information was lerived of their condition from Indians who risited his store, and that he had not person tlly been upon the reservation, and who fur her said ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

iMBTAipm News Gleanings and Points Socially Collected and Forwarded by Tele graph to the Daily Globe. [Fargo Special Telegrams, Feb. 12, to the St. Paul Globe.] Dakota & Montana Netcs. Among the most interesting leap year par ties reported, was the one given bythe young ladies of Mandan, on the night of the 12th. Tbi y chartered the Sheridan house at Bis marck for the occasion. I Charley Wilcox the officer and popular superintendent of the American Express at Fargo. somewhat surprised his friends Sun day night by getting married. Miss Joseph ine Welch was the fortunate lady. All the members of the Montana constitu tional convention cherished a smile of rare sweetness for six full minutes the other day while a photographer was forcing his reluct ant instrument to the feat of immortalizing the entire body at one stroke. A military guard has been placed over the 400 cords of wood claimed to be illegally cut on Sibley island, by the contractors under John A.'McLean. The case will be...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

4- XSaflp © mme. Official Paper of the City and County. Printed and Published Every Day in the Year BT THE ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY, No, 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 5EW 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 Hx Months 3 50 Three Months 2 00 One Month 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 i By Mail—per year, postage paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE* By Mail—postage paid, per yeai $1 15 DAILY WEATHER BULLETIN. Office Chief Signal Officeb, ) Washington, D. C, Feb. 12, 9:56 p. m. ) Observations taken at the same moment of j time at all stations named. UPPER MISSISSIPPI VALT.ET. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul 30.05 5 NW Clear St. Louis 28.94 32 W Cloudy La Cross...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

'WASHINGTON. A Report tliat Judge Gresham Will Succeed Judge Drum mond in the Illinois Circuit. flaking np Old Charges Against Gov. Murray When He was United States Marshal of Ken tucky. jfhe Resignation of John C. New said to be for the Purpose of Allowing Him to Work np a Logan Boom in Indiana* The President's Third State Receptlon-- A New Funding: Bill—Inter-State Commerce. [Special telegram to the Globe.] Washington, Feb. 12.—Wisconsin people nave gotten up a petition of great length for the appointment of Judge Dyer to succeed Judge Drummond, and proposed to have It brought here by two eminent members of the Badger bar, but they have been informed by tome of the representatives of the state here, hat it will hardly be worth while, as it is all >ut certain that Judge Gresham will succeed fudge Drummond. This conviction is enter tained by Wisconsin men who should be ex pctedto be pretty well informed. J. C. New, it is stated very positively, re signed in order to work up a spo...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

6 »0LIS MS. OFFICE—Xo. 0 Washington Avenne, epposite •Tlcollet house. Office hours frow 6 a. m. to 10 i'clock p. m. j-* - — TOUSLEY'S EDUCATIONAL METHODS. The erudite little Journal says that of all he "new education" theories, Prof. Tous ey is the best. Of course it is. His theories iave always been the best, according to the lepublican organs, though the great educa or now admits that his system of teaching frammar, spelling and other subjects for tbe >ast six years has been »a "perfect turn bug." The professor's new sys em is not new at all. It has >een used by every progressive educator in he state for many years. The system he iow condemns was lauded to the skies by lie same papers that puff his so-called new •ystcm. His old and worthless system was •renounced "the best in the countsy—that •f St. Louis, perhaps, only excepted." Out- Sde of Minneapolis the professor has never teen recognized as a shining lig^ht in educa icn, ixcept, perhaps, by those who had ieard of him t...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

. FINANCIAL MORNING REPORT. New York, Feb. 12.—11 a. m.—Stocks weak and lower. The decline, however, was un important, ranging from 4®H percent. North ern Pacific, Oregon Transcontinental, Chicago & Northwestern and Union Pacific were the weakest shares. Before 10:30 the market began to im prove. At present prices are at or near the best of the morning. AFTERNOON REPORT. Money easy at 14 ®2 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper 4®54 per cent. Bar silver, $1.11 J,. Sterling exchange strong; the Canadian banks advanced their posted rates to $4.86 4® 4.90; all leading drawers' rates are the same: actual business done at $4.854®4.85JC ] 0 ng, $4.89®4.894 short sight. No gold has been en gaged for shipment to Europe yet. Governments —Steady. State Bonds—Dull. Bonds —Railroad bonds generally firm. Stocks—Strong and higher and prices advanced 4®1 4 per cent., the latter for Oregon Trans continental, which sold up to 19%. At 3 p.m. stocks were strong and higher. Chicago & North western ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 13 February 1884

Crash, THE L0NG PEEDICTED CRASH OF 1884 Crash, NO Crash! In the Aggregate Some 10,000 Yards Long! No Crash! "'Mi,Wiir'™ l'^'i)^*--MljyTrB7T;J^r'»1iWli l HililliMiiil I mi iinnffmfTMnwT¥TTT--~ r~,*'M'~CMn'M crash. OUSiTAX/F HFIMF IV/IANN QrastL 25 # 11 1 Comer Seventh and Jackson 1 / 11 25 BfflflW ■ STREETS, I Bai^F 25 PER CENT. Begs to say to the Ladies: That we do not look at things quite so seriously, and when we say, "The Crash of 1884" we PER CENT. 25 TlTO flflTTHTm not es^re to convey the idea that the business " is going to come to a stand still in 1884— but we mean TITO H flTTHTm I li °T Y IT" PLAIN AND STRIPED, BROWN AM) BLEACHED, 16, 18 and 20 INCHES WIDE. °* "HY D ALL S 25 Wry (iOO|S Qfl-n PIECES of which win be Placed on Sale m A "H A V I **5 25 ftK IVfAtiAlici f #■ ( anc* un^ sold,) a* uniform price of 6 cents per yard, less £>£5 Per cent- 1 I I» I i 14 I YnfiAiK<! & IIUUOIIM L1\J\J Discount (or net 4J cents.) ~ ' 1 V/ Ulil ■ llOllOHS! 25 or From Lowest Market ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 14 February 1884

VOL VU. The Rise and Pro gress of a Great Newspaper. From Small Beginnings It Reaches a New and to % portant Transfor mation Era. Some Description of Its Equipment and How a Newspaper is Made. The New "Globe" Press That Prints Two Hundred and Fifty Eight-Page Pa pers Per Minute. White Paper Transformed into Fifteen Thousand Copies of a Newspaper, Cut, Folded and Pasted Per Hour. A History of the Wonderful Progress Made iu Printing: Machinery Since the Days of Ben. Franklin in 1800. The "Globe" Keeping Pace With the Flour ishing City Which it is Proud to Call its Home. On a cold winter morning, January 15th. 1878, the first issue of the St. Paul Dalli Globe was presented to the public. Since that date, without the intermission of a single day, Sunday or holiday, the Globe has made its morning round, and, from small beginnings, has now reached metropolitan proportions. When the Globe began it had many well wishers, but comparatively few had faith in its being able to fight its way to ...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 14 February 1884

VOL VU. The Rise and Pro gress of a Great From Small Beginnings It Readies a New and Im portant Transfor mation Era. &omc Description of Its Equipment and How a Newspaper is Made. The New "Globe" Press That Prints Two Hundred and Fifty Eight-Page Pa pers Per Minute. White Paper Transformed into Fifteen Thousand Copies of a Newspaper, Cut, Folded and Pasted Per Hour. A History of the Wonderful Progress Made in Printing Machinery Since the Days of Ben. Franklin in 1800. The "Globe" Keeping Pace With the Flour ishing City Which it is Proud to Call its Home. On a cokl winter morning, January 15th, 1878, the first issue of the St. Paul Daily j Globe whs presented to the public. Since that date, without the intermission of a single day, Sunday or holiday, the Globe has made its morning round, and, from small beginnings, has now reached metropolitan proportions. When the Globe began it had many well wishers, but comparatively few had faith in its being able to light its way to success....

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
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