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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 24 March 1884

8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The sleighihg is played out. There were only five arrests yesterday. The churches were all well attended yes terday. The shop windows are rigged out in their spring attire. r_The fine weather of yesterday filled the streets with pedestrians. Up to last midnight sixty-five tramps ap plved for lodging at the Hotel de tramp. The Easter offerings, as displayed in the shop windows, are more beautiful than ever. The prisoners convicted at the present term of court will be arraigned for sentence to-day. Chief Black, of the fire department, on yesterday detailed sixteen men to attend the funeral of the late officer John Casey. The members of the G. A. R. in St. Paul, are urged to attend lhc Grand Army rally at College hall at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow even ing, for the purpose of rehearsing the old army songs', The funeral of the late officer John Casey, will take place from the Cathedral at nine o'clock this morning. The forty officers detailed to act as an escort w...

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. — 25 March 1884

VOL. VII. BRUIN THE BEAST Holds the Markets Down and Sqv.eezes Prices a Little Lower. Conplete Disappearance of the Bulls From Wall Street Opera tions. Chicago Produce tow Enough, but Likely to go Lower yet Before April 1st. Moderate Export Deals and Country Order and Trading Mostly on Local Speculative Account. CHICAGO. Chicago, March 24. —There was another bear raid to-day, which was more severe and the decline larger than Saturday, and the bulls were more demoralized than at any pre vious time this mouth. The closing prices to-night show a reduction ol2y±(w%c on wheat 1% on corn, lc on oats, 22% on pork, and 12%c on lard and ribs. Trading was larger and more general than at any previous time in weeks, outside orders to buy and sell coming in more freely, but the bulk of the business was done by the large specula tors. Wheat, as usual, furnished the key note, and was active, excited with a down ward tendency, almost from the opening, having lost all its friends, and was kicked aro...

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. — 25 March 1884

VOL. VII. BRUIN THE BEAST Holds the Markets Down and Sqv.eezes Prices a Little Lower. Conplete Disappearance of the Bulls From Wall Street Opera tions. Chicago Produce Low Enough, but Likely to go Lower yet Before April Ist. Moderate Export Deals and Country Order and Trading Mostly on Local Speculative Account. CHICAGO. Chicago, March 24.—There was another bear raid to-day, which was more severe and the decline larger than Saturday, and the bulls were more demoralized than at any pre vious time this month. The closing prices to-ni^ht show a reduction of 2> 4 ''(« r %con wheat \}<i on corn, lc on oats, 22% on pork. and 12^c on lard and ribs. Trading was larger and more general than at any previous time in weeks, outside orders to buy and Bell coming in more freely, but the bulk of the business was done by the large specula tors. Wheat, as usual, furnished the key note, and was active, excited with a down ward tendency, almost from the opening, having lost all its friends, and ...

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. — 25 March 1884

2 ST.MUL MS. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A Bright Morning, But a Dull Meet ing. A Few Routine Matters Brought to the Front. At the meeting of the board of directors of the chamber of commerce yesterday morn ing, Gen. Sanborn, the president,read his annual report, which was referred to the publishing committee. HEALTH .OF THE CITY. Mr. Hodgson, from the committee on health and sanitary, reported that the health officer %vould make an annual report soon; that the increase in population in St. Paul during 1883 was twenty per cent greater than that of 1882, and that the death rate had increased five per cent., and agreed with Dr. Day that St. Paul was one of the health iest cities on the American continent. After talking over the matter it was finally con cluded to wait for the report of the health officer. THE MINNESOTA RIVER. Gen. Johnson read the action taken by the Mankato board of trade, in regard to thp proposed action of congress declaring N Ulm to be the head of navigation on the Minne...

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. — 25 March 1884

DAWK. Day's fondest moments are at dawn. Refreshed by his long sleep tbe Light Kisses the languid lips of Night Ere she can rise and hasten on. All glowing from his dreamless rest He holds her closely to his breast, And sees her dusky eyes grow dim 'Till lo! she dies for love of him. — Ella Wheeler, in Tlie Manhattan for April, THE SILENT MAN. His Preference is John Logan of Illinois. [Washington Special 22nd.] General Grant was found this morning in a private parlor upon the sunny front of the Arlington Hotel. He was seated in a easy near a table covered with visiting cards. When approahed by your correspondent he was waiting to have a breakfast served. He talked freely about the political situation. In answer to a query he said: "I have not taken any active part in politics this winter; I have been shut up in a sick room; I have had to depend largely upon the three news papers I read at home for my facts." "What papers arc those?" "The Times Tribune aud Commercial Ad vertiier. Eac...

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. — 25 March 1884

* XteUp # ©lobe- Official Paper of the City and County PRINTED AND PUBLISHED. BT THE ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY No. 321 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, TUESDAY, MARCH 85. WASHINGTON BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Paul Globe is located at 1,424 New York avenue. Residents of the northwest visiting Washington and having matters of local interest to give the public will receive prompt and courteous atten tion by calling at or addressing the above num ber. All letters so addressed to give the name and Washington address of the sender, to ensure attention. The Globe can be found on sale at the follow ing news stands in Washington: NATIONAL HOTEL, METROPOLITAN HOTEL? ARLINGTON HOTEL, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, >A1XY WEATHER BULLETIN. Office Chief Signal Office*:. ) Washington, D. C, March 24, 9:5G p. m. f Observations taken at the same moment of time at all stations named. VVPElt MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. St. Paul 29.87 44 SB Clear La Crosse 2...

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. — 25 March 1884

SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. Gleanings of News and Items of Ma- terial Interest. A Dally Globe Department at Mankato De voted to Developing and Advancing the Southern Portion of the State. The Mankato office of the southern Minnesota department of the Globe will be, until further notice is given, at the drug store of John A. Sanborn. Persons desirous of transacting busi ness with this department, or who have news to communicate, are respectfully invited to call. Mail communication from outside of Mankato Bhould be addressed, Daily Globe, box 498, Mankato, Minn. [Special Reports from the Globe Mankato office March 24.] MANKATO. Board of Trade. The regular meeting of the Mankato board of trade convened on yesterday morning at 9 m. m., President John C. Noe in the chair, M. G. Williard, secretary. A resolution to only excuse members from attendance at regular meetings upon sickness of them selves or families or, absence from the city was unanimously carried. The corporation's need of more dwell...

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. — 25 March 1884

6 MfflMAPOUS MS. OFFICE—No. 0 Washington Avenue, opposite Nicollet house. Office hours from 6 a.m. to 10 o'clock p. m. To the especial credit of Mayor Ames, president of the board of water commis sioners, the following facts, in addition to those published in yesterday's Globe are given. It has been charged that the mayor and his board of water commissioners have been extravagant, when, as a matter of fact, it eau be proven that the cost of pumping last year was £4.55 per mil lion gallons of water. This year the cost is reduced to #2.15 per million gallons. Pre vious to Mayor Ames' administration it was in excess of either figure. The pumping ca pacity has been Increased during one year from 9,125,000 gallons per diem to 22,625, 000. Just so soon as the improve ments and extensions projected in the charts drawn bytheenginerr of the board are consummated, it is the object of the board to fix the water rates at one-half the present tax, placing the comforts, benefits i and convenience...

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. — 25 March 1884

FINANCIAL MOKNINO REPORT. New York, March 24.—11 a. m.—Stocks opened heavy and lower, and declined % to 1% per cent., Pacidc Mail leading. After 10:30 it rallied % to %. per cent., Pacific Mail again most prominent. AFTERNOON REPORT. Mor.ey easy at 1%®2 percent. Prime mer cantile paper 4®5% per cent. Bar silver, $1.11%®1.11%. Sterling exchange quiet at $4.87% long, 34.89% short. Governments —Strong. State Securities —Quiet. Bonds—Railroad bonds Wiak and lower; Eric new second's declined 1% per cent, to 89. West Sh ire five's fell off to 59% ; Texas Pacific rose to 7 1 '■■; . The is=i:n of standard silver dollars for the We k end n, r March 22, wasS288,495; correspond in period last year, $218,496. :-tocks —Finn the past hour. Pacific Mail rose to 537a, Chicago * Northwestern to 118, Dela ware, Lackawanna * Western to 126%. Erie sold at 21 Ji the lowest price in years. The selling movement in stocks continued this afterucon Pacific Mail fell off to 52, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Pa...

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. — 25 March 1884

8 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. Prof. D. L. Kiehle, will officially visit the high school at St. Cloud to-day. J. H. Kimball has leased and opened the tnter-Ocean hotel on East Fifth street. Theodore Sander, assistant state treasurer, will arrive home from his visit east to-day. The March payroll of the fire department amounting to §6,482.37, was approved by the fire commissioners last evening. .Michael Harris, made insane by Epileptic fits, was sent to St. Peter, by order of Judge McGroty of the probate court yesterday. Gen. Jas. H. Baker, will leave New Orleans for St. Paul, to-day. The report of his illness in the former city proves to be Without foundation. Edwi'.rd Delaney, brother of Martin De laney, was yesterday appointed to the police force. He fills the vacancy caused by the death of Officer Casey. Two back pensions of $912 and $1,404 for veterans in Glencoe, and one of .*1,921 for a Minneapolis pensioner were received at the adjutant general's office yesterday. Adjutant Genera...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Paul daily globe. — 26 March 1884

YOL. VII. WHERE'S BOTTOM. A Slight Re-action in Market Val ues in New York and Chicago. But Business Uncertain Until Bottom Prices are Readied. And Nobody Will Say that the Bottom Has Yet Been Reached. Jteriueei] Earnings of the Milwaukee and Northwestern Koads, While OmaliH Shows a Gain. CHICAGO. ["Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago, March 25.—The markets on 'change were again active in a speculative way, with values of all articles lower, and at times the grain pits were scenes of the wild est excitement. WTieat was again the ruling article and suffered the most severe fluctu ations. The other articles of grain and pro visions, although following down and up, showed a narrower range. The last hoor of the regular ses sion developed a better feeling, and a sharp upward reaction was secured and maintained at the close of 'change, except wheat, which closed at 1 p.m. at or above the last sales ou yesterday's call. There were also rumors of a strong combination to sus tain prices,...

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. — 26 March 1884

VOL. VII. WHERE'S BOTTOM. A Slight Re-action in 3larket Val ues in New York and Chicago. But "Business Uncertain Until Bottom Prices tire Reached. And Nobody Will Say that the Bottom Has Yet Been Reached. Reduced Karninj;s of the Milwaukee and Northwestern Roads, While Omaha Shows a Gain. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago, March 25.—The markets on 'change were aL rain active in a speculative way, with values of all articles lower, and at times the grain pit- were scenes of the wild est excitement. Wheat was again the ruling article and suffered tin- most severe fluctu ations. The other articles of grain and pro- Visions, although following down and up, showed a narrower range. The last hoor of the regular ses sion developed a better feeling, and a sharp upward reaction was secured and maintained at tin- close of 'change, except wheat, which closed at 1 p.m. at or above tie- last sale on yesterday's call. There were also rumors of a strong combination to sus tain pric...

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. — 26 March 1884

2 STJiiil AN INTERESTING CASE. John B. Brisbin and Mrs. Miller Seek ing to Recover Lands by Pre-emption. Large Amount of Lands Involved--An Ad verse Decision-Going to the Supreme Court. A controversy of interest and importance has been pending before the United States general land office, to which the interested parties are John B. Brisbin, Esq., and Mrs. Miller, widow of the late Ebenezer Miller of this city, and the Manitoba Railroad compa ny. This case is initial and* a test one to others, which may follow, large tracts of land in various parts of the state. The facts as we derive them from the records and the statements of Mr. Brisbin are as fol lows: In June last, Mr. Brisbin made ap plication through the local land office at Ben son to be allowed to pre-empt section one, town 120, range 26, which lands are claimed by the railroad company, under the so called land grant act of March, 1857. The argu ment was made on the 22d of February last. Early in 1857 Messrs. Miller and Brsb...

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. — 26 March 1884

THE CABINET IN SOCIETY. President Arthur's Advisers and Tlieir Di versions. Lent has not materially interfered with white house hospatilities, except as to the style of some of the arrangements and the number of guests whom Gen. Arthur from time to time still bids to his feasts, says a letter to The New York Sun. A regular churchman, and in most things strictly ob servant of the customs and ordinances of the Episcopal cuurch, be has obviously felt how difficult it is to make the rules of Lent apply to the white house. The parties there since the Lenten season commenced are repre gented as being among the most agreeable and the most numerously attended of the winter. These later parties, composed of bachelors, widowers, and members whose wives have not accompanied them to Wash ington, are projected on the plau of having before the close of the season every member of the two houses of congress a guest at the white house. In the matter of feasts and banquets, Ar thur has been ably assi...

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. — 26 March 1884

4 Xteilp © GHobE Official Paper of the City and County PRINTED AND PUBLISHED. BY THE ST. PAUL GLOBE PRINTING COMPANY No. 821 Wabashaw Street, St. Paul. ST. PAUL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26. Ewffloninnm 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 80 00 Six Months 3 50 Three Months 2 00 One Mouth • • • --0 All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Seven issues per week by mail at same rates as by currier. SUNDAY GLOBE. By Carrier—per year S'2 00 By Mail—per year, posture paid 1 50 WEEKLY GLOBE. By Mail—postage paid, per year ....$1 15 WASHINGTON BUREAU. The Washington News Bureau of the St. Paul Globe is located at 1,424 New Y*ork avenue. Residents of the northwest visiting Washington and having matters of local interest to give the public will receive prompt and courteous atten tion by colling at or addressing the above num ber. All le...

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. — 26 March 1884

SOUTHERN MINNESOTA, Gleanings of News and Items of Ma terial Interest. A Daily Globe Department at Mankato De voted to Developing and Advancing the Southern Portion of the State. The Mankato office of the southern "Minnesota department of the Globe will be, until further notice is given, at the drug store of John A. Sanborn. Persons desirous of transacting busi ness with this department, or who have news to communicate, are respectfully invited to call. Mail communication from outside of Mankato should be addressed, Daily Globe, boi* 408, Mankato, Minn. [Special Reports from tbe Globe Mankato office March 25.] Democratic City Ticket- For Mayor—P. II. Carney. For Recorder—Q. Leonard. For Treasurer—Isaac Marks. a—Dbbkeh: 1st ward—.John Schimann. 2d. ward—H. Hummelmann. 3d ward—James Cannon. 4th ward—J. W. Fowler. MEMBERS OF SCnOOL BOARD. 1 . , ( Wm. Bierbauer, 1st warn— ■ - p Bu ckley 2d ward—J. A. James. 3d ward—.James Brown. 4th ward—Perry Wysong. Of these James Cannon for alderman ...

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. — 26 March 1884

6 MUEAPBLIS MS. OFFICE —No. C Washington Avenue, opposite Nicollet house. Oflice hours from 0 a. m. to 10 o'clock p.m. Solox Armstrong, the Democratic can didate for city comptroller, stands in striking contrast to the autocrat who now occupies the oflice. He has repeatedly been honored with official positions by his fellow citizens :md he has never been found recreant to the trust. Always a faithful, consistent Demo crat, he should carry the entire vote of the parly. There were 500 foreigners naturalized in the district court yesterday, and Pillsbury pays for four out of every five papers drawn. The question naturally arises, where do all these foreigners-come from? The suspicion also arises that a large per cent, of these peo ple have not been in this country long enough to become eligible. This is a point which Democrats cannot watch too closely. There are now only two more days upon which voters can register—Friday and Satur day, yet there are thousands of Democrats whose names'...

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. — 26 March 1884

FINANCIAL MORNINO KEPOHT. Nsw YonK, March 25. —11 a. m.—The loaket declined li to 1 per cent., with consider able excitemet and more aetivity in options. Stocks cpened firm, then declined %(&% per cent. Before 10:30 a buying movement began, causing an advance of % to 1% per cent., the latter for Pacific Mail, which sold up to 53%. AFTERNOON BEPOnT. Money easy at 1%<&2 percent. Prime mer cantile paper 4(8.5% per cent. Bar silver, $1.11?'. Sterling exchange steady at $4.87 long, $4.87 Vt short. Governments —Strong. State Securities—Quiet. Bonds—Railroad bonds firm. Stocks—The stock market has been strong and higher the past hour. Pacific Mail rose to 52%, Metropolitan Elevated to 101 %, Chicago, Mil waukee _ St. Paul to 87%. Manhattan Elavated was weak and lower at 49% for old, and 54)4 for new. Stocks quiet and lower this afternoon. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul fell eff to 87%, Delaware, Lackawanna & Western to 125%, Missouri Pacific to 87%, Lake Shore to 100%. Ne...

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. — 26 March 1884

3 THE CITY. CITY GLOBULES. The school teachers will he paid to-mor row. Officer Bonner pulled the first alarm of fire on box 21 last evening. Manaser Hunter, of the ball cluh, left yes terday for the east. He will clinch contracts with several players. Jacob Mainzer's dog having hitten a son of John B.Olivier quite seriously was prompt ly killed by its owner a few days since. Two back pensions of $1,784 and §1,584 were received at the adjutant general's office yesterday for Minneapolis veterans. Prof. Frank Danz, of Minneapolis, has taken charge of the St. Paul Amateur or ch( stra vice Daniel Muhlenbruch resigned. Li'.'ut. Kingsbury, of the second cavalry, Ft Maginnis, is in the city enroute to his post. He is the guest of Fire Commissioner Parker. In the c.-^s of Osborn against the Knife Falls Boom company, Judge Sterns, of Du luth, lias given judgment in favor of de fendants. The first invoice of tbe calendar for the April term of the supreme court, which com mences next Friday, w...

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. — 27 March 1884

VOL. VII. NO BOTTOM YET. Predictions that Chicago No. 2 WiU Go Down to 75. An Exciting Time With Immense Sales on Call Yesterday Afternoon. A Little Firmer Feeling In Wall Street, Based Solely on Jay Gould's Return. Corn, Oats and Provisions Still Weak in Prices. But Witlt Consid erable Dealing. CHICAGO. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] Chicago, March 26.—The bears' raid on Wheat was continued again to-day with in creased fury, this being the fourth consecu tive day in which it has been impossible for the bulls to secure and maintain a reaction. The weakness has spread to corn, oats and provisions. Closing sales show a decline of 3%c on May wheat, %c on corn, %c on oats, 20c on pork, 12% on lard and ribs. Wheat was again the leading speculative article, and was traded in to a larger extent than on former days, Shorts bought freely and covered large lines put out Monday and Tuesday, and as the market declined put out more, becoming very bold and doubled their sales. Every decline bro...

Publication Title: St. Paul Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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