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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 September 1878

V"' V'T""*' 6 Dawson & Co 426 78 Mert hants' National Bank 426 52 First National Bank... 508 26 German American Bank 429 30 Farmers & Mechanics.. 408 53 Change of grade on Nelson avenue 31 02 Change of gr.ide on Western avenue 1 05 Change of grade on Fourth street 16 12 Change of grade on Fifth street 20 16 Chango of grade on Sixth street 7 40 Change of grade on Jaoksou street 9 37 ale i ijiy I'l III.II Hi ilii'i'OIIMMm'i ri,|ni, uiif #B i n^i, OFFICIAL. Proceedings of the Common Coun cil. Regular Meeting. ST. PAUL, Sept. 3, 1878. President .Rhodes in the chair. Present, AM. Allen, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace, Griggs, Kitteon, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Smyth, Mr. President11. COMMUNICATIONS. From Thos. Jefferson Protesting against a cattle yard in Sixth ward. iteferred to Chief of Police to OEO his dis cretion in the premises. From Frtd. Brandt For the grading of Delos street. Kef erred to Boord of Public Worka. From A. C. Wihlon and others For the extension of Washington avenue. ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 September 1878

*^1 Public works to investigate and report, is here by tepealed. YeaaAid. Dowlan.Dreis, Orace. Grk'gB. Kitt son, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Binyth, Mr. President10. Approved Sept. 3,1878. By Aid. Dowlan ItcHolvrd, That the Hoard of Public Works are requested to cause the sidewalk to be laid in front of lot 4, block 2, Joal Whitney's ad dition, northeast corner of Temperance and Norris streets. YeasAid. Dowlan, Dreis, Grace, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Smyth, Mr. President10, Approved Sept. 3, 1878. By Aid. Dowlan Jtewlied, That the Board of Public Works re requested to lay a plank crossing on Canada otrrrt, north Bide of Tenth street. YeasAid. Dowlan, Dreis, Grace, Griggs Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor. Smith, Smyth, Mr. President- 10. Approved Sept. 3, 1878. WUKKEAH, it having been reported to the Common Council that the wooden bmld ,in known an the Match factory, situated on" lot 11, block 10, of Terrace Park, the City of at. Paul, by reason of dilapidation, beiu" wit...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 September 1878

tJ*x~, ^ww gfr~* DRY OOODS. CHICAGO STOEE Largest and Cheapest Stoc OF Dry Goods I N TXIK HTATFA CARPETS. J. Matheis, IV. CARPET HOUSE 11 Eat Third Street RrSTAURANT GO 'JO BOOTH'S OYSTE & DINING PARLOR Hi WABASH4.W STREET. DRUGGISTS. D. 1). Lambie & Co. Druggists and Plarmacis{s BJtZDGE SQUARE, COR. WABASH AW ST. Surgical and Denial Instruments a Spirally. HARNESS Ao. CJ11 A.S. 10JIL E N aianufaitiutr, Wholes-do aud l.etail JJealer ia JB:.A iL-.y, SA DX^RY, WHIPS, NETS, LAP ROliEH, UOR^E CLOTHING, &., tfOJVI^/CSOA S1RFKT, ST. IVL, JfjTJVV. TFAS & COFFEES. Teas &_CoifeoSr G i it liednet ion in. I'I-ICOH GreatAilanlic&PaciflcTea Co 31^ LAST IHIKD STRPLT, ST. P\UL quality an-t cheapness, the good"? of tide house ca_n be iqualeil. 1300IS & SHOES. The Laigest & Only Complete Stock of BOOTS SHOES In the State, at Schliek & Co., 59 East 3d Street, Sign of Large Golden Boot. TAILORS. M. C. TEN ETCK, Merchant Tailor, IUVIU all tailors visitug the Fairs to...

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

It AH FOE HAYES. Which is the General Refrain Uttered To-Day by 7 Out of Every 8 Persons. SPECIAL! ENVOYS OK "GLOBE" Act an His Guardian Angels from Chi cago to St. Paul and Tell About it. CIIEERS AND SPEECHKS EN ROUTE He Edifies the Grangers Avith i Hard Money Spewii at Beloit. THE ARRIVAL IN SAINT PAUL. Programme for the, Reception and En tertainment at the State Eair To-Day. (Special Telegram to the Globe. I3AUAJ300, Sept. 4.On reaching Madison the party were greeted with a salute from artilleiy planted on the bank of the lake near the depot. There was a great concourse of people present, who vocihrated loudly for a speech from the President, who finally hud to give tip his la borious and sweltering occupation of hand shaking to siiy a few words to the popula.ee. He icmarked that he would make use of the remark which Gen. Sherman always uses when receiving the old vetoians, and that was he hoped they would not compel him to shako hands twice all around. Pie expected to be back to...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

a ihtcd ly Hon. E Archibald, act ed as sta-ting judges, and performed their duty to the satisfaction of all. For the breeders stake the entries were Man kat Girl, by Hubbell and Wilder, Winsome, b} IJeGraff &. Hopkins, Authoress, by W, G. Hhcrwofxi, Rochester, by Sinionda. and Fly Adams, all of which put in an appeaaance, ex cepting Mankato Girl. The race was two in thru-. diawing for positions Fly got ti pole, Rochester second, Winsome third, and Authoress fourth. I took but two heat to settle the race, Rochester havi ng it all his own way, Fly second, Winsome third, and Authoress fourth. Rochester, the winner, is by l) Graff & Hopkin's Alexander, and is a worthy scion of the old horse, with the sa me level hpad and movement. is a very speedy colt, and it pressed in a race would undoubted ly tr ot a heat in less than 2:40. Others of the colt* showed good speed, but unfortunately were flighty, and all of them will make a good record h\-caftc without a doubt. EOYAL RAUCS. Fol...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

HE CITY. THE lrETEItAXS. A Reunion ami Association Organized. The Minnesota Veteran association assembled yesterday morning in the Athenaeum under the presidency o Gen. W. Bishop. The hall was mo.it beautifully decorated, the tit tered flags of the State regiments depending from the gallery in hreds. O the stage was an A tent, on eaeh side of which was stacked mnakets, and such fla^n as had nothing remain ing but the ir pulus were arranged tantciully at the wings. This was the work ol the German Vadies of the city. The attendaceu numbered about 200, the rep resentatives iWrijj scatteied iibcally through out the various regiments of the North. Gen. Bishop, on ctillin^tho meeting to order, ttaid the business to be accomplished would merely comprise the officers to be elected for the ensuing year, and a committee on nominations was appointe d. pending its deliberations, the magnificent band from St. Louis discoursed splendidly and the Kight Ueverend liinhop Ireland stirred the veterans...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

Daily (Elate BY H. HALL. NO. 17 WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Carrier, per month 70c I By Mail, per month... 70c 3nion1hs..$2 10 3 months. .$2 25 0 months.. 4 20 months.. 4 00 12 months 8 40 I 12 months.. 9(0 Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every Insertion. Third Page 5 cents per line for the first week. All subsequent insertions 3 cents per line. display Advertising (on Fourth Page only) double at'jve rates. All Advertising is computed as Non pareil, 10 lines to an inch. Reading Matter Notices, First, Second and Fourth Pages, 25 cents per line. "S,icia Locals," SecoHd Page, 15 cents per line. ading Matter Notices, Third Page, 20 cents per line. The GLOBE offers no yearly apace, but proposes to charge by the line for the space occupied, and the charge for the last day will be the same as for the first, no matter how many insertions are made. Bates are fixed exceedingly low, and no charge is made for changes, as it...

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

exhibition, commenting upon the works of nkill, ingenuity and genius, ancient literature, etc., nil tei-tify to the educati on and refine ment of the isitors. l?uir Notes. Z. O. Lnte, associate editor of the Western Rtock Journal arid Farmer, of Cedar Rapids, la., popned into THE Guam oiiicc yesterday, and declared it did beat all that he had ever law. hud no idea of what a grand show had until he came to the ground s. The banks and most of the placet* of busi ness were clo.-ed yesterday afternoon to allow the en loje.s to visit the fair. Notable among the grand display of agricul tural implements) in that depaitmcnt IB the fipk-nrliil display of plows, made by that old. reliable Minneapo is lirrn, Messrs. Laraway & Kirii,'. The display consists of a full line of their goods (which, by the way, ai celebrated from north Missouri to Manitoba), consisting of bieaking and cro-.rt plows, cultivators, etc., etc. The gt/ods are not a show stock, but such as are turned out from their fa...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

PITIFUL APPEALS. JPROM THE J'LAGUE-STRICKJKX CIT- IES Or THE SOUTH. Bad Weather, Increase of New Cases una DeathsGre at Suffering of the PoorA (Sloomy Prospect AheadSix Weeks More of the Fever. NEW ORLEANS AT EVENING. N EW Oai^KANS.Sept. 4.From noon to 6 p. M., twenty-eight deaths.and sixty new cases were re ported to the board of health. Among the new cases are Maj. Nathaniel Burbank, of the Pica yune Julius Itesick, the well known musician fly Heidenheim and two Sisters of Mercy at the St. AndrewB street convent. Several cases also at the boy's orphan asylum on St. Charles ave nno. leather Dufo, the only priest in Shreve port who survived the epidemic there, goes to Vicksburg this morning to assist Bishop Elder, Mrs. Mattie Norvell, wife of the late C. P. Norvill the Democrat, died to-tay. He husband and their only child died last week. AN APPEAL FROM CANTON. CANTON, Miss., Sept. 4.We have about a hundred capes of yellow fever under treatment, with sixteen new cases and four death...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

WASHINGTON. Another Gall nT 5-20-1 I*-,l.m,i"ttM- Klllcy of St. Louis Removed Pirate Sherman Help The Trado Ooll.ir Swindle*. WV-SHIMOTON, Sept. 4.The secretary of the treasury has isBiicd the seventieth call for re demption of 5-2) bonds of 1865, consols of 'G5, tli' prinoiptl and interest to be paid the 4th of December. Coupon bonds- $30, No. 74,001 to No. 75,004, both inclusive *100, No. 136,001 to No. 108,000, both inclusive $500. No.~9'",00 to No 07,0(H), both inclusive $1,000, No. 184.- 001 to No. 189,0)0, both inclusive total cou pons, -52,500,000. Registered bonds: $50, No. 2,451 to 2,485, both inclusive $100, No. 10,101 to No. 10,120, both inclusive 8500, No. 11,201 to No. 11,270, both inclusive $1,000. No. 38,001 .to No. 38,400, both inclusive $5,000, No. 11,601 to No. 12,000, both inclusive $10,000, No. 22,551 to No. 22,880, both inclusive total registered, $2 500,000. Aggregate, $5,000,000. Commissioner Umm informed tho secretary of the treisury thit th" internal revenue...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 September 1878

_+. ,^*.._, 10f.3l I i H i DRY GOODS. CHICAGO STOEE Largest aid Cheapes Stoci OF Dry Goods IIST THE STATE. CARPETS. J. Matlieis, RFET HOUSE 11 Ea.h Third Street. RESTAURANT. O O BOOTH'S OYSTER & DINIM PARLOR, IS WABASHAW STREET. DRUGGISTS. D. D. Lambie & Oo. Druggists and Pliarmacists, BRIDGE SQUARE, COB. WABASH AW ST. Sup al and Denial Instruments a Specialty. HAllNESfc. &o. C-HA.S. FRIEND Manufacturer, WholesaJo and Retail Dealer in HA.R]SrJSSS, SA-DDiLIffil-tY, WHIPS, NETS, LAP ROBES, HORSE CLOTHING, &o., SO JACKSON STREET, ST. 1'AUL, MINN. "TEAS A'COFFEES.' Teas & Coffees. Grreat Reduction in Prices GreatAtlantic&PaciflcTeaCo 313 i EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. For quality and cheapness, the goods of this house cannot bo equaled. BOOTS & SHOE& The Largest & Only Complete Stock of BOOTS & SHOES Iu the State, at Sohliek & Co., 59 East 3d Street, Sign of Large Golden Boot, TAILORS. TE N EYCK Merchant Tailor, Invites all tailors visiting th...

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

VOL. 1. HAYESMOAY. The President T)OCH Himself the Honor to Vibit the Minnesota State Fair. EARLY ARRIVAL OF THE PARTY. Their Reception in Escort by a Mon ster and Majrniiicent Procession. ARRIVAL AT THE FAIR GROUNDS, Over 50.000 People Assembled to Greet the President and Mrs. Hayes. REPORT OF HAYES' SPEECH. la Which He Unites St. Paul and Minneapolis as One Loving City of 200,000 People. OTHER SPEECHES TO THE CROWD. Delivered by Old Probabilities, Attor ney General Devens and Senator Butler. RECEPTION AT METROPOLITAN. Departure for the Northern Pacific Country About Ten O'clock Last Evening. G. R. FINCH AFFECTED BY HEAT. The Unfortunate Event Which Casts a Shadow Over This Otherwise Festive Occasion. GENERAL RESUME OF THE FAIR. Which Includes the Trot of Edwin Forest, Great Eastern and the Hurdle Races. Yesterday was a memorable day in the annals of our young bat vigorous State. It was a day looked forward to with great interest, and will be remembered with pleasurable feelings fo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

portion of the ourden of its weight upon hon est liquidation. My friends, I certainly am talking at this moment longer than I proposed, for I intended simply to acknowledge your compliment and your kindness. I am a stranger here, compar atively, although twenty years ago I saw St. Paul, when it was but a little village, compared with the fine city it is now, but 1 have known in the interviewin the horns of trial and of strugglesomething of the men of Minnesota. I served side by side for nearly a year in the same brigade with the First regiment^of Minnesota, which was organ ized here by Gov. Ramsey, I, at that time, a soldier of the Fifteenth Massachusetts, and your First Minnesota commanded by General Gorman of this State I know bow true and brave they were, and I know I speak their sen timents ap well as my own when I say that now, that the battle is fought and the vic tory is wn, there is no cause of quarrel be tween us and any portion of our countrymen who cordially accept the re...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

ard, Don, first R. B. Morgan, Rock, second L. MCF.VQJ\ Brownie, V. H. C. Pointer bitches under 50 pounds, S. B. Dil ley, Lake City, Fleet, iirst 8. a Cundy, prai rie queen, second Henry W. Foster. Flora, V. H. O. Geo. R. Finch, Minnesota, V. H. Lincoln & Hellyas, GypRie, H. C. Pointer puppies under 12 monthsT. 3 Powers, Toniah, Wis., Rattler, first Eddie Zimmerman, St. Paul, Cute, Second Frank H. Kratka, St. Paul, V. H. C. English retrieversW. A. Ware, Owatonna, first. Chesapeake Bay DogsB. Beaupre, St. Paul, Jack, first. Irish Water SpanielsJ. H. Whitman, Chi ago, Paddy, lir-t John D. Olcott, Milwaukee, second. Cocker SpanielsJ. H. Whitruau, Doctor, firHt same, Dixie, second same, Fanny, Y. H. C. same, Deck, H. C. John C. Meloy, Hast ings, Jerry, C. Field SpanielsF. M. Finch, St. Paul, Lizzie, farst A. H. Braokett, Minneapolis, Flora, second James Emery, Lake City, Spot, H. W. H. Thurston, St. Paul, Coaly, C. Cooker or Field SpanielsJ. H. Whitman, Chic: go, Doctor, first. Best ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

Daily (ElnbE. BY H. P. HALL. From September 10th to November 10th for ONE DOLLAE! Toe last two months of the campaign will be inter esting and exciting. This price of One Dollar for Two Months Is for six papers per woek. ST. PAUL. FRIDAY, SEPT. 6.1878. District Congressional Convention. The Democratic convention for the Third Congres sional district will be held at Musio Hall, in the city of St. Paul, on Friday, Sept. 6th, at 10 A. M., for the purpose of nominating a candidate to represent said district in Congress. The basis of representation as'agreeduponby the committee is one delegate for ea 150 votes or ma jor fraction thereof, of the average vote cast at the last general election for the four principal State ofll eers then voted foreach organized county, howev er, to be entitled to one vote. The several counties will therefore be entitled to delegates as follows: Aitken 1 Anoka 3 Becker 1 Benton 2 Big Stone 1 Carlton Cass Chisago Clay Crow Wing.. Douglas a***t*-9t&yi NO. 1...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

.,"'_/- SRrfS 5*fJf$l* es almoit all the way tip the stretch. At 1 o'clock the sprinhh-ig carts perambulated traok and laid the dnatntely. Bach's orchestra discoursed sweet and lnRpiriiff mneic from the stand, many of their selec tions teing lomily applauded. A forca of police was on hand in the cooling ground and kept it rather more Vee from intiudern than the day before. Shortlj after 1 O'I lock our reporter shinned up the sideolihe judge's ttand, and trawling out on the awningframe resumed his seat astride the dirty plank fiom -which position only could he obtain a view of he track, obliging him to exercise the agility of a tight ropp i erlormer, and the subsequent fun, to sef him pick the tdivers Hin hisyou know what, would iave made a good exhibitionworth 25 cents a hpad to me. OTKl hTALI IONS Uetven tho heats the following celebrated stallions were led out and exhibited before the grand stand Smugger, record 2:15,4 2 20l Gov. Kprague, record Scott'B Thoman, 2 2t Thorndale, 2 2...

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

HOfiEIBLE HAVOC.I CREATED BY YELLOW JACK AT TIIK SOUTH. Further Heart-Kentling Reports ot the Peetllenee at New Orleans, Memphis, Viekftbargr. Grenada, Canton and Else- whereGreat Lack of Norses and Physi- ciansMoney Contributed at the North in Aid of the Sufferers. itSW ORLEANS. New OBLBANB, Sept. 5.Tlie death lint Includes tilrty-three minors, thlrly-two being children trader 7 years. Adolph Eyrich, aged 25 years, a native of Chester, III, and the Sast year's pastor of the Luth eran Trinity church, of Algiers, died of the jelk fever. Mrs. Labourdoau and Mrs. Kelly, the nurses who so faithfully discharged their duty at Port Eads, and throughout this city, leave for Holly Springs this evening in response to appeals from that city. Fifteen nurses and one physician were sent to nelly Springs by the Howards. L. J. Webster, Mrs. E. W. Barnes, and three children have fever. The follow ing explain themselves: N EW OBLKANB, Sept. 5,1878.~-To the steamboat interests throughout the country: ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

STILLWATER NEWS. The "Stillwater flouring mill" starts up Monday. It will run day and night after that date. The police were having a good time yoterda watching each other. Nothing else to do. The city wore a deserted looting appearance yes terday Abo-.H 500 of the inhabitants took in the lair. L. K. Thomson au 1 J. N. Oat,'e, Esq., were in St. l'aul ytstoiday, an delegates to the State conven tion. Thotuos Shaddick's daughter Lilly met with a paiiif'il accident yeiterday, she being run o\er by a team, having two of her ribs broben and injured in ternally. Otto Ilospep, Joe Carlie, Will Roed, Geo. O. Kas kill and Frank Joy leave to-morrow for a ten day's trip on the head waters of the Nrmacoggiu. Vou can bet they will enjoy it. Stillwater may well be proud of her fast homes. Gov. Neptune gained a Victory at Minneapolis Wednesday over the famous mare Mollie McCarthy that would have beou more gratifying to the friends of Tf lioeck last July. Mrs. Daniel Dohahoe died very suddenly Wedn...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 September 1878

8 DRY GOODS. CHICAGO STOEE largest anil CheapestStock or Dry Goods Ilf THE STATE. C\RPErS. J. Mathcis, CARPET HOUSE 11 East Third Stree RESTAURANT. O O BOOTH'S OYSTER & DIMM PARLOR, IIS WABASH AW STREET. DKUGGI8TS. D. D. Lambie & Co. Drnggists and Pharmacists, BRIDGE SQUARE, COR. WABASH 1WST. Surgical and Dental ktiwn fs a Specialty. HARNESS. Ac. OHA8. FK1END, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer la HARNESS, SA-DDXJEJRY, WHIPS, NETS, LAP KOBES, HORSE CLOTHING, kc, 9JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL, MINK. TEAS & COFFEES. Teas fc__Ooftees Grreat Reduction i I?rioes 0 BIX EAST THIRD STREET, ST. PAUL. Vox quality and cheapness, the goods of thfe house caunot be equaled. B0OT8 & SHOES. The Largest & Only Complete Stock of BOOTS SHOES In the State, at Schliek & Co., 59 East 3d Street, Sign of Large Golden Boot. TAILORS. C. TE N EYCK Merchant Tailor, Invites all tailors visiting the Fairs to examine his Patent for cuttiag. Rights for sale anywhere outside Of St. Paul. ...

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

.0** ^&te&flMMh&!S*' VOL. fi rv THE STATE FAIR, -Another Iii'iM'otin^ and Kiitorttii-Piiijr Day. SOME OF THE NOTAIJLH EXHIBITS Carver Issues Another Clmliangu to Ro^anlasShooting Fonts for To-Day. To-Oay's Programme. The iStatcFair programme for to-day will be found in our advertising columns on the seventh page. rM\* -iliiy at tho Fair. liarly in May last, Mr. M. N. Kellogg, the great Noithwoftem weather prophet, and second "old probabilities" of the world, prophesied thit the fin*t four days of the first week in September would be warm and clear, followed on J'Vid.iy the 6th by showery weather, settling finally into a steady rain of scverul days' duration. Wliethcr it was due to the pioplie- of Mr. K( Hogg that the Htate Agricultural Bo eiety arranged its programme to commence with the first of the week, and put on its his cards for the first half o the week, the (lutu 'will not attempt to say whieh. Certain it is, the programme was BO arranged that the iety liad its t...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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