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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 August 1878

4*4 Dai^r (1 (Hints. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. forms of Subscription to the Dally Globe. Br Carrier, per month. .70c I By Mail, per month.. .70o 8months..$2.10 3 months. .$2.26 6months.. 4.20 6monthB.. 4.00 12 months... 8.40 I 12 months.. 8.00 AH a wooden man Hod Strait is a good one to send to "Washington. It -would be about as well to send a tobacconist's wooden sign to Washington as Strait. The cam paign would be much easier and the result more advantageous than to re-elect Strait. STRAIT has nothing to say. He obtained $68 for three days services and expenses, while he traveled on a pass and boarded at the insane asylum. As long as he has the money he can afford to keep still. He does not propose to be caught like the garrulous Talbot and the pious Kerr, and convicted out of his own mouth. SAYS the St. Paul GI-OBE: "AS fast as a man proves himself unworthy of trust in the Demo cratic party he is invited to step down and out." If this is BO, the Democratic standard of wo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 August 1878

4 5S!3^*5JSi A GEORGE R. FINCH, D. W. INGERsOLL, HON. WM. FOWLER, HON. SAM M. ADAMS, R. C. .1UDSON, GEORGE CULVER, EX-GOVERNOR A j^i.* %.*^af JAMES M'HENCH, A. M. FRIDLEY, J. S. HARRIS, ALBERT CHAPEL, GEORGE C. CHAMBERLAIN, EX-GOVERNOR Twentieth Annual FAIR -OF THE- ALEX. RAMSEY, EX-GOVERNOR Minnesota State Agricultural Society!Minnesota TO BE HELD AT THE FUR GROUPS 1 SAINT PAUL 2, 3, 6 AN 7. Officers of State Agricultural Society for 1878 PKESIDENT. VICE PRESIDENTS. TREASURER. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE EX-GOVERNOR EX-GOVERNOR STEPHEN MILLER. The Most Complete and Extensive Exposition Ever Held in the Northwest. A Village of Immense Buildings, Containing Exhibitions of all the Industries of the Great Northwestern Empire. Farm Implements of Every Conceivable DescriptionMills MachineryEnginesDairy and Household ArticlesDomestic Manufactures. Massive Machinery Building, With Powerful Steam Engines at Work. Grand Display of Fireworks Will be Given on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Nights, on ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 August 1878

*r*t 4 i $- -v"* BEHEMOTH OP EXHIBITS. WHICH THE COMING STATE FAIR WILL PROVE TO BE The Situation at the Grounds Yesterday Buildings Springing as if by Magic The exhibits Pouring InDecorating Floral HallGovernor of Illinois Coming The Fox Hunters and Boatmen Arrive Likewise the Sugar Cane Men. Yesterday was another lively day at the fair grounds. The track was in prime condition,and the speeding in the early morning was spirited and exhilerating. Occupying the outer circle were the trotters, spinning around on their muscle, with their ears pricked forward and their nostrils expanded, as if a race for dear life was on the programme. Several thorough breds were gracefully jogging their accustomed round on the inner track, while the jokeys joked one another on their lazy riding and in different and slouching appearance. The only signs of idleness were among the horsemen and their jockeys, some of who had completed their morning exercise, and were lounging in the dirt and straw like a l...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 August 1878

VOLUME I. YELLOW FEVER. JVO ABATEMENT OF TIIE SCOURGE YESTERDAY. fearful Condition of Memphis Negroes- Danger in the Kefugee CampUnfavora ble Weathor--Continued Liberal, Belief Contributions--Volunteer Physicians and Nurses. NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 2J.New cases 140 deaths 49 Weather warm and showery. No news this morning from other points. The situation hero is unchanged. TELEGBAPIIKRS' BELIE F. A local telegraphers' relief committee was organized here last Sunday. The object is re lief of telegraph employes suffering from fever in thin city. At the suggestion of As sistant-General Superintendent Van Home the committee to-day determined to extend its field of operations to all infected points south of Canton, Miss. This includes Vicksburg and Port Gibson. So far fourteen telegraphers here have taken the fever. Of these, one died, three recovered and the others are in a hopeful condition. The officers are Chas. R. Chase, chairman A. D. Babbitt, secretary, and James T. Allyn, treasurer. Pau...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 August 1878

1 r) 1 Daify (ElabE. BY HALL. NO. 17, WABASHA-** STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. BCa rier, per month..70o I By Mail, per month...10c 8 months..$210 8 months.. $2.26 6 months. 4 20 I 6 months.. 4.00 12 months 84 12 msnths 8 00 THE SUNJUAV GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the wink to city subscribers at 70 cents per month or $4.40 per year. Uy mall the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per y^ar In addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE "WEEKLY GLOBE. The-WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Dally. It is Just the paper for the flreside,oontalnlngln addition to all the current news, oheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.60 per year. Olubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mall subscriptions payable invariably In advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 August 1878

1 MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe THE EXPOSITION. GETTING READY FOR NEXT WEEK'S GRAND DISPLAY. Decorating in ProgressLarge Force at WorkSix Hundred Excursionists From Io wa Provided forArrival of the Dairy Superintendent Miscellaneous Fair Notes. A GLOBE reporter visited the exposition grounds yesterday atternoon and found every thing as busy as a bee-hive in a clover field. About 100 ladies and misses were engaged in preparing the decorations, while a small army of men were employed in putting them in position. It seemed to the GLOBE man that the work of decoration was delayed, and would be found in an uncom pleted condition on Monday morning next un less an additional force is put to work. The superintendents seem scarcely to realize the immensity of the work yet before thrm, but wilh vim and energy all may yet be got into order. Every lady in the city who is willing to as sist in decorating will be conveyed to the grounds free of charge by being at the Nic...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 August 1878

^,f i i t- HERE SHE BLOWS. AND AN O'ER TRUE TALE UNFOLDS OF COMING BIO TSZNGS. The Work of Preparation Goes Bravely On, and There is Still Oceans to Do- More Decorators WantedThe Dog Day ApproachingGreat Easter and Edwi Forrest ComingrA Tro Fo a Special PurseMiscellaneous Notes. An aggregate of more than 500 people was at work ou the fair grounds yesterday. AB the opening draws near business accumulates be yond all expectation. The very urgent work from this time until Monday will be within the various buildings, decorating and putting up apartments for the different individual ex hibits. A large amount of the more ponder ous machinery is being moved put and placed in position. Stock is coming in rapidly. A great convenience is the railroad conveying to the grounds lumber, heavy machinery and other articles. MAKE YOTJR ENTMES, GENTLEMEN. All parties are earnestly requested to make their entries as early as possible, in order to avoid the hurry and confusion of the very last days bef...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 August 1878

VOLUME I. Ti FT A TfcTTTi A I THE FRIGIITECL 3IOICT.tI.ITSr IN THE FEVER DISTRICTS. The si filleted. NEW ORLEANS. N EW ORLEANS, Aug. 30. Weather cloudy and showery. Among the deaths are sinter Loretto McKenzie, Sister Mary Kanout of Charity hos pital. Both have been unremitting attendants on yellow fever patients. Very Rev. Joseph Millet, vicar general of the arch diocese of new Orleans, is dangerously ill with the fever. James Linton, Dr. Chappiu's patient at the Charity hospital, who was treated by the cold water prow ss, died at 1:30 this morning. Dr \V. It. M.indeville. who has been d.'tngetously ill with fever, is reported sligh.ly better. New ca^es, 1G'.) deaths, !J'J. N EW ORLEANS, Aug. 30.U. F. Devilleneur, a young French physician, who was among the first to tender his services to the Howard asso ciation, died yesterday of yellow lever, after a few days' illness. Albert Chopsky died at Teire Boneuf. St. Bernard parish, of yellow lever. His body was buried here in the He bre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 August 1878

pvn* f~ 4^WMK3 HALL. NO. 17. WABASHAW STREET. ST. PAUL. rerms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Mail, per month... 70c 3 months..$2 25 6 months 4.00 ttmsnths 8 00 By C' rler, per month.. 70o 8 months .$210 6 months 20 12 months .841 1UESUNDAY GLOBE. TBII GLOBK will be furnished every day In the to city subscribers at 70 cents per month or $3.40 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBB will be one dollar per fear in addition to the rate given above for mail (subscribers. THIS WEEKLY GLOBE, The WEEKLY GLOBE IS a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Dally. It is just the paper for the flresde,contalning in addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, fee. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.16 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mall subscriptions payable Invariably in advance. Dally Globe Advertising: Kates. Fourth Page 5 conts per line every ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 August 1878

"^OW MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe THE GREAT FAIE. nOW THEY WHOOP ER UP VOW! Large Force of Ladies DecoratingLiabil- ity of Violating the SabbathRemoval of tho Offensive Tribune Building. DECOBATINO. Yesterday was a driving, rushing, hurly- burly, busy day at the exposition grounds. Heedless of the GLOBE 'S repeated and reit- erated warnings the management have persistently postpon ed and delayed until now it seems almost unavoidable to violate he holy Sabbath day, or else commence the grandest exposition ever dreamed of in the West with half decorated buildings. And if the management commences its exhibition by an open and sinful desecration of he Lord's day, how do they expect to avoid a rainy and unfortunate season for their show? The GLOBE does not desire to be undulv pious, but it does desire to spur the officers forward to he completion of the great work. THE LADIES ewavmed out in full force yesterday, and towaid eveni ng the decorations of agricul tu...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 August 1878

i THE DAY DRAWS NIGH WHEN THE OR AND 1JISPZAY WIZZ, BEGIN. The Progress Made YesterdayMuch Ac- complished But Much Still to be Done Keed of More Ladi es for Decoration The Fast Horses ComingAlso Secreta- ries Thompson and Devens. The Prenidential Party. Special Telegram to the Globe. WASHINGTON, Aug. 30.Commissioner Due's xcursion party leaves here Sunday even ing for Chicago, and up to dale there has been a considerable showing of distinguished hands in the way of accepting invitations to go Schurz will not go. Evarts has declined. Sherman is too deeply engaged in the Ohio campaign. Devens has promised to go Thompson has sent word that he will join the excursionists in Indiana. McCreary will not qo because he has to visit Iowa. The President leaves to-night for Ohio. [Western Associated Press.] WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.The President leaves Washington to-night on his western tour. The c.ib net mpcting to-day was short, and nothing of special importance was done. Special Telegram to the G...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

'.i :t:' li| THE STATE FAIfi. ARRIVAL OF trr/ncrroys TO EN- TEliTAIS THE PUBLIC. How the Great Work of Getting Ready Progress-- TUo Fast Ones to Arrive at an E irly Hour This irningA Variety of Hiscelluueous Mention. Prom daylight until after dark yesterday there was a perfeot whirl of. business at the fair grounds, and away into the uight and all night long parties were arranging their exhibits moving in and patting up. Th labor per formed Saturdiy was perfectly marvelous. The domind for spice becomes so urgent, and is BO mu ch greater than was anticipated at the be ginning, that the association will erect a new building 50x100 feet, to be devoted to the dis play of agricultural machinery and farm im plements. I will be np and ready for occu pancy by Monday evening. A number of eat ing stands are being erected in addition to those originally designed. The heavy and more cumbersome articles aro being taken upon the grounds and rapidly placed in position. I each of the various buildi...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

EDUCATIONAL. IMPORTANT MEETING OF THE BOARD OE EDUCATION. i. Novel Way of Letting ContractsOne Bidder Allowed to Withdraw and Amend His BidTime Called on the Treasurer What Does With the Money? The regular monthly meeting of the board of education took place last evening. There were present Dr. Hagan, Inspectors Kerr, Bcheffer, Cullen, Bens, Dufreune, Witney, Don nelly, McCardy and Manaon. The President being absent, Vic-President Kerr took the chair and called the board to or der. After the minutes wero read Mr. Benz rose and said that he did not think the minutes were correct regarding the resolution instruct ing the committee on property to get facts in connection with furnaces, Mr. Benz saying that the committee on property was empow ered to act. Mr. Donnelly was positive that the minutes were correct, and Mr. McCardy was of the samo opinion, while Messrs. Withey and Cullen agreed with Mr. Benz. Mr. Benz thought there was some reflection on the committee, and he wished to say th...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

""^^^Wjyiw'iiH!^ I 1 Not Yf Jjot yet, 0 friend, not yet. ion patient stars JJ an from their lattices content to wait. AH is illusion till the morning bars 81m from the levels of the Eastern gate, Nia rit i3 too younjr, O friend, day is too near Wait for the day that maketh all things clear Not yet, 0 friend, not yet. Not yet, O friend, not yet. All is not true All is not ever as it seemeth now, Soon shall the river take another blue, 8 dies yon light upon the mountain brow. What lieth dark 0 love, bright day will fill Wait for thy morning, be it good or ill, Not yet, O friend, not yet. Bret Jfarte. OVER CAPE HORN. A Thrilling NUetcli. ByF.E.Ham'lton. There are three Cape Horns. The first a geographical cape, a point of land ex tending into the ocean at the Southern extremity of the American continent, the dread marines in the far-away Antarctic. A second, also geographically named, up on the magnificent Columbia River, in Oregon, the delight of tourists in that fresh region and the ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

1 ,,^i l! iwy. i jlH^y i^ ^jg Dail^ flslobe. BT a. P. HALL. KO. 17, WABASHAW STREET. ST. PAUL. Itr iM of Subscription to the Dally Globe. BrCft rler, pttr mootb..70o 8m. ath*..82 10 ft months.. 4*1 1" unnlh. H4 By Mall, per month... 0c 3 months..82.25 6 months.. 4.00 1? mnth l lllb D*llAV UiAJiSJb. THX GLOBB will be furnished every day In the Wiek to city subscribers at 70 cents per month or $8.40 per year. By mall the 8ONAT GLOBE will be one dollar per year In addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THK WKKhLV OLOBE. The WKKKLV OLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the siw of the Daily. It 1B just the paper for theflre"le,containinf{in addition to all the current news, oheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, ho. It 1A furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Olubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail auhnrrlptione payable invariably In advance. BT. PAOL. SUNDAY. SEPTEM...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

^.iwnrWK -v Hn**M^WW|,Tfr( Ww r,4 1 I fliaiW8i.,i. MINNEAPOLIS NEWS MINNEAPOTI-. OTOBELETS. Shipments of fluutjta enUy, 2,230 barrels. Wheat received, 12 200 bushels. N 92c o. 2 87c. Twen ty special policeman for fair week were sworn in at the city cltrk office. Mias Susie Johnson will lecture at Good Ti mplira hall this morning at 10 30 A The Com us club will hold a meeting at the board of trade rooms on Monday evening. Prohibition convention Tuesday with a mass meeting the evening at Pence Opera House Regular travel his open up on the east Channel bridge Travel a leetle shade rough, but then Tho French fair opens Monday in Snyder's block on Bridge S iiiare, and will continue through the week. Byrou Smith, John Gaines and Tony Harmon of this nty have hied voluntary peti tions in bankruptcy Several confidence operators came up on the tram jtsterday morning Look out for any ort of deviltry ntxt week. At the Church of the Redeemer this morn mg, Tuttle, fresh from, his six weeks' vaca ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

'Am.wffi.^m^iw-ism'.mwm^ ^..^...^^p^p^,^ Al the Mill. Daisies, over the hill Stretched like a winding sheet, Violets here at my feet, Poppies ablaze in the wheat, And peace at the mill. Thrift and content at the mill Grasses that bow and beat All day with a tender thrill, At touch of the tireless feet Flitting hither at will, Going and coming at will, While the land is heavy with heat, And the sun from her curtained seat Lookb down, insatiate still. Lilies under the hill Drink of the light their fill, And roses are lavish of sweet, And scatter their petals at will, White petals about the feet Coming over the hill. "WE MEET TO PART KpIol Which the Man Rrniembered HII the llv omun Forgot. From Harper's Weekly. One wild blustering night not many years ago a stage coach made a short de tour through one of the mountainous re gions of Pennsylvania, and stopped at the house of a preacher. It was an old brown house at the foot of a sterile rock, seemingly as remote from civilization as the ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

^T^r^^msm SUNDAY GLOBELKTg. The English revisers of the Old Testament have closed their fifty-second session. The general conference of the Methodist Episcopal church in Canada will open at Belle ville, Ontario, Aug. 27. The Rev. Ross C. Houghton, D. D., of St. Louis, has accepted the presidency of MoKend ree college, Lebanon, 111. The firm is no longer Moody and Sankey. Mr. Moody will, however, continue to carry on the business at the old stand. The revised New Testament is nearly all printed. It will be presented to the convoca tion of Canterbury next year. The IV v. John A. Douglass, the oldest Pres byterian minister in the State of Maine, died recently at Waterford, aged 86. A good many professors of religion nowadays seem to be more charitable to their own faults than they are to the faults of other people. It is being about time for the return of preachers from their summer jaunts, there is a brushing up and a dusting out of churches. The Jews have bought the old Church street...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 September 1878

^Yutfrnmrnm DRY GOODS. CHICAGO STOEE Largest and Cheapest Stock OF Dry Goods I N TUB STATE, CvKPMS. J". Matheis, CABPET HOUSE 11 East Third Street. RESTAURANT. OrO O BOOTH'S OYSTER & DINING PARLOR, 15 WAR ASH AW STREET. DRUGGI8TS. D. D. Lambie & Co. Druggists ana P&armacists, BRIDGE SQ UARE, COR. WAR ASH A W ST. Surgical and Dental Instruments a Specialty. HARNESS &c. OJHA.S. ITRIENJJ, Manufactnrer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In H^RNJEGSS, &A.DDJL,JEKY WHIPS, NETS, LAP ItOBES, HORSE CLOTHING, &c, 89.TACKSQV STRFRT, ST FAUI, 1WM\ TEAS 4 COFFEES. Teas Coffees. Great Reduction i J? ices Ilk KI 31K EAST THIRD STRLET, ST. PAUL For quality and cheapness, the goods of this honse cannot be equaled. BOOT8 & SHOF8 The Largest & Only Complete htoi of BOOTS & SHOES In the State, at Schliek & Co., 69 East 3d Street, Sign of Large Golden Boot. TAILORS. M. C. TEN EYCK, Merchant Tailor, Invites all tailors viaiting the Fa'ra to examine hia Patent for cnttlig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 September 1878

i DIES UNA Hail ffigMy Day, WHile tie Band Begins to Play. OPENING OF THE STATE FAIR. Rarus, Edwin Forrest, Great Eastern and Lulu Arrive mid Are on the St. Paul Track. NOWJIJOIN IN THE CHORUS. Whoa, Rarus Whoa, Rarus You Trot So Fast You Scare Us Scare Us Whoa, Rarus. ATTRACTION ALMOST LIMITLESS Exhibitions by Rarus To-Day and To llorrow, and His Biff Trot on Wednesday. BIG PROGRAMME FOR TO-DAY. Carver ShootsRunning and Trotting RacesShetland Races, and Rams' Exhibition Beside. HAYES DIVIDING THE HONORS. Ho Will Reach St Paul Thursday Morn ing and Inspect the State Fair That Day. 8 0 MANY THINGS TO SEE That Yon Must Go to the Big Show Every Day this Week or You Will Miss Some Great Attraction. Yesterday wa3 the Sabbath. We mention this for the information of several thousand people who were so interested in the State fair that it probably escaped their memory. At all events, it looked on the fair grounds as if Sun day, as a y of rest, had been abolished The grounds and buildings sw...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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