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DAILY W .;tin.
Wash ,•■ m- »
■ k ' 32 :
.... 81 S <
Bar. I iVeather.
Ft. A -!7 s
Fori B |
1.18 SH i
Helen , ....30 17 46 SW Fair
Huron, D. T B0.53 86 NE Clear
. Tiier. Wind. Weather.
Duluth 30.64 30 N Clear
DAILY LOCAL MEANS.
Bar. Thcr. Dew Point Wind. Weather.
30.-154 40.9 18.G N
Amount of rainfall or rac1!
imuin thcrinouieier, 52.0; mlrimnm thermom
eter 83.4; daily range ls.0.
Itiver—Observed height C feet, 9 inches; fall
in 24 hours, 1 huh.
Note—Barometer corrected for temperature
P. F. Lyons,
Sergeant, Signal Corps, U. S. A.
Washington, April 81, 1 a. m.—Indications
for upper Mississippi valley: Clearing w<
preceded in southern portion by local rains,
northeast to southeast winds, slight rise in tem
perature, falling barometer in i
rising followed by tailing in southern portion.
Missouri valley: Clearing slightly warmer
weather northeast to southeast winds, lower
Senator Ben. Habrisox is regarded
enough of a candidate for president to be un
able to attend the Republican National con
vention in Lis capacity as a delega
and his seat In the convention will be I
by Mr. Horn, the colored editor of the In
dianapolis Standard. Mr. Harrison need
hardly stand on this punctilio. He is not a
candidate for president. Nobody in Ini
is for him. If the Hoosiers have any favorite
son his name is Walter Q. Gresham.
there is another thing Mr. Harri
put in his pipe. Mr. Quay, of Pennsylvania,
a man wonderfully inside, of pi
•'the only ironclad pledge taken by a
rity of the ation is
Lifi is short and its
it Air Blaine, he
try his 'pre •. on him.
liing absurd to tbe people
of this country in i by
lurney. She is ov< r
. and the Engli ;h p i
within sight of each other
the entire distance of
over which the royal train
all Scotland yard is on duty to
see that no suspicious cl
ing anywhere along the route. Thi -
than Russia, for cv a I i
no such elaborate precautions when en a
journey away from the capital. In fine,
there is no ruler among the civilized na
tions who feels obliged to move about sur
rounded by spies and guards whose extent is
that of an army. What is the inference
from this? Is it that these precautions arc
he outcome of personal cowardice ou tho
•part of the person thus proteel
•r is it to be charg
ot the governineut as in
Russian autocra .
must be some fault in tl >u of
affairs, for it is not
tion should shadow the ruler of a cou
unless there were some fault in the sy.
of government. It would b
to attribute all these precautions to
timidity of an old woman. There is ni
litical would-be assai sin living who dues not •
damage any cause in whose in
an Irish dynamiter who is u . the '
fact that the killing of Victoria would be
as muc '.'ji^'j '
jed iu shot . .
. At a
EngUi to ereel
is. .'p. India ■
au enemy. lucre in trou
: mtion the
. ,ut inland
■yen in thi
. :n, and t
i,i case of war, for home
. is in a sho
. k, or
• enure country
pet-bag ; lit i fi
rible danger, rannii
the contest. Sine
and Niam-Niams from the
rous terror i . and
is pn ;
following ' a and
district conventions will bo found of inter
Republican cot , June 8.
Democratic con .July 8.
.... !9, and ]
... iiuld conven-
On the 15th inst. the New Jersey J
tded and i
in the Academy of .
i for Mr. Tilden
s. J. Til ■
tont, as iv; 11 tele
, Parker, Curtin,
. . . : .
. and i
that is a
"Tho whole art of go
ttont is one of tbe soundest young
i in the country, but he
i which shows what a sccnsible man be
Senator Plumb of Kansas thinks Bla
nomination on 1 .rows more
' e found if
Plumb were himself the mam
a convention it would get a gr< at a
■ written by a Uti
ca Republican to i
'.ator Conkling as declaring that
■ is the most available cai i ■ t
Ov( 3, is Con
gressman Henderson, - of the Re
can Congressional Committee, who
cannot be nominated for the reason
no strength in tbe Southern
• itc has not in tbe East, except in
. ;?re be has about the
at he had iu ISTd and in
Mr. Henderson^ notion is that
■ L Grant are an offset, and will kill
. won't hap
like a good pn
rill happen, and that either Lin
coln or Arthur or Logan will be 1
s of the factions. But,
tgh Mr. Henderson has taken
range be has not got the
winning nominee in Lis list.
i and his friends
. horse, None of tbe
a fleck. An attempt to se-
■ matter of doubt that
ate of tho Eepubll
. '. .
and it i
■ i balk o£ the Old (
I can be rallied to Grant on the homo
imed by his friends and adinli
■ rant is'vasily stronger now than
ho was in 1880, and his i ..;/nld be free
tho load of third term hangers on
ed hint In the last convention.
lushing himself as a car.di
int the failure of Arthur in New York;
. gressive oDLositiou to Blaine recently er-
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNINtf, APRIL 21, 188C
- irice at Edmunds fo: I
porters of all I
A. and Grant is no-.7 so
■ . I
j one of the
.- head of f
>nlj to vex
IT. U. "Darin,
han, C. T.
e the folloi
■ " m are •
■ : is i
. . .
II is an ini
. and it is di i
it be in a mino
■ ■ •
i are well
out his be nomin:
II, it 1
If Arthur cann
Lincoln, Arthur ma;
tbe scale of most
ce, but will
harmonious Democracy wil
in in Jul]',
The statue of John Ha of Har
vard college, is nearly finished. It is to be
; .aerial hall, Cam
le Concord .
emic ', loosely from his shoulders and
a book in his hand. The sculptor's task was
great by the opportunity to :.
• jno portrait of li.
has ever been found and only the merest onrline
of a description, ile was graduated at Cam
ind, about 1630, came to
this country a few years later and was -
a church at Charlestown, where he Lied in
10SS, hardly thirty years old.
Bisambck keeps poor Mr. Arthur and th
lord chamberlain of the state department card
The German premier has given out t;
man minister ar Washington will be recalled un
less a succesor fo is soon ap
pointed. Arthur and Frelinghuysen had propos
ed to leave the mission in charge of the secretary
of legation, partly as a snub to Bi
partly because a suitable man would refuse to
take it for the few brief months of Arthur's
Bismarck does not propose to endure
any monkey and parrot business at all. So the
Lent and the immaculate secretary of
i .::;■ as weil attend to business decently and iu
At Wharton, T<. ler shot r.n antag
onist dead in a saloon quarrel. To escape the
ler ran to the railroad bridge across the
Colorado rh-er, about half a mile distant, and es
caped, while his wife stood on the bridge, w ith a
drawn revolver, holding the authorities at bay
and shooting twice at the sheriff.
The Boston Herald, for a Republican paper,
speaks wholesome words of truth and soberness
wheu it says that the Repnblicans in the House
of Representatives stand solidly by "their fraud
ulent revenue actof last session, which promised
a redaction of 25 per cent, in the war tariff
and effected a r
ic of all my u
i . . a r still
. :: pipe
were not out i .
A Cincinnati papi r fa
. Peter a
. . .
■ ■ ;
UJxiCi , .
befoi the closes Mr.
. :. It
Carlisle will dew the
free trade. It is
this be i de
clared as fi ■ a l I for
i I will be ai
needi -lean labor, and a tar
for revenue will lift n] svages
the general cor...
class* . . judicial tone of
l as eagerlj
. ■ as Democj
A fire caught in the Gale ci: Rust tenement
row an First avenue north last night, and
was t i with the i
Dcks entailing a loss oi covered
by insurance. It was a defective flue.
Fastest ou Record.
[Special Telegram to the Globe.]
NEW Yoek, April 20.—Tim steamship
Oregon arrived off Sandy lh.v\i^ at 6:15
o'clock last evening, having made the fast
est run on record across the Atlantic. Tho
Oregon left Qrcenstown at noon on Sunday
last. She had thus made the passage in six
days, ten hours and eight minutes.
Died at Xenia.
Dattox, O., April 20,—Captain Rodney
Poos, adjutant of the Seventy-ninth Ohio in
the war, two terms clerk of the supreme
court, Ohio, executive clerk for Governor
Hayes, and private secretary for Governor
Young, died at Xenia this afternoon, aged
. forty-sis jvears.
Inauguration of the .
The Mayor's Appointments—G<
A i to a
.. . ; . :' :.
tribut ■ thi -cased olfici. .
man went to iris grave more sin
mourned tha i d C. A1 dns. The
| employes of the railroad loved hit
kind heartedness and his demi
was never above men,
no matter bow subordinate tl
how oily or □ thi ir apparel. He
had 1. himself and knew the I
of their hearts. To them his loss is irr
THE STI'.ATX OF BFECBXATIOK.
Now that he is iu his grave there will be
; anecdotes innumerable afloat among M t
| kius' sorrowing associates illustrating his as
siduity and the wearing attention to duty
which ended in death. But the story with
the great warning, the tale of speculation on
the board of trade, will in charity be unre
pealed. It is enough that its harrowing
strain robbed tbe railroad company of .
i ucd ofbcial and the employes of the road of
..gain submerged at I
I for aid has been sec. ugress
A Chnreh Burned:
East Saginaw, Mi 20.—The
Methodist church 1 rinaw City
was burn Ing. Loss nearly $10,
000, Insurance $6,000.
THE EGYPTIAN PROBLEM,
nation a Puzzling
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ance in o]
Pab . '.—In vi, - ra in
India. ry on coral
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