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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 September 1878

1 Dailp (KInte. BY HAL L. NO. 17 WABASHAW STBEET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Dally Globe. liy Carrier, per month 70c I By Mall, per month 70c 3 months. $2 10 3 months. .$2 25 6 months 4 20 6 months 4 00 12 months 8 401 12 months.. 9 00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. IBZ GLOBE will be furnished every day In the wjek to city subscribers at 70 cents per month or t.40 per year. By mail the SUNDAY OIOB will be one dollar per jsar in addition to the rate given above for mail tibnorlbers. ST. PAUL, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19,1878. POLITICAL MEETINSS, HOW IGNATIUS DONNELLY WJII address his fellow citizens as follows: Litchfield, Tuesday, Sept 24. Stillwater, Thursday, Sept. 26 Taylor's Falls, Friday, Sept. 27. White Bear Lake, Saturday, Sept. 28. Rush City, Monday, Sept. 30. Duluth, Tuesday, Oct. 1. Pine City, Wednesday. Oct. 2. Gottage Grove. Thursday, Oct. 3. Long Lake, Friday, Oct. 4. Way/ata, Saturday. Oct. 5. These meetings will be held in the evening speaking to commence about 7-30 o'clock. Fr...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 September 1878

MONEY AM) TRADE. FINANCIAL. Money and Stocks. Niw YOBK, 8ept. 18. Gold sold all day at 100%. Borrowing rates per cent, and flat. Bar silver here 113% in greenbacks 112% in gold. Silver coin J@l per cent, discount. Silver bar at London 51% pence per ounce. Governments, lower for New 5s. Railroad bonds Irregular. State securities quiet. The stock market this morning was strong in early dealings, but the advance was soon lost, Western Union being conspicuous in the fluctuations. In the afternoon the market was quiet until shortly before the close, whon dealings became quite animated and prices advanced to 1J4 per cent. Western Union was scarco and loaned up to per cent, for UBO, clos ing at 1-32 per cent. At the close transactions aggregated 97,000 shares, of which 12,000 were Lake Shore 12,000 Northwest ern common 17,000 Northwestern preferred 43,000 St.Paul common 6,600 St. Paul preferred 0,300 Union Pacific 9,500 Lackawanna 11.0J0 Western Union, and 5,600 Missouri, Kansas & Texa...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 September 1878

x~~. TW 4 I 1 *W STBUGGLING KEBB. TRIES TO EXPJL.AIN HIS FIGURES TO THE SENATE COMMITTEE. A Labyrinth of FiguresWhich Show the Reckless ManagementVeiy Little That Kerr Ca Explain. Senators Morton, Drew, Rice and Doran, f the St. Peter asylum investigating committee, met at the capitol yesterday morning and pro ceeded -with their inqury into the financial management of the institution. Their secre tary was ready with the books and accounts which the committee wished to submit to the Rev. Aaron H. Kerr, secretary and treasurer to the board of trustees. There was also present Mr. J. Stone, who acted aR stenographer for the committee. Mr. A. W. Gage, one of the builder-contract ors who had been subpoenaed from Winona, was first questioned relative to his contract with the trustees, Senator Doran conducting the examination. A. W. GAGE SWORN. I reside at Winona am a carpenter and builder contracted with the hospital for insane in 1871 the paper produced is a copy of my contract the amount...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 September 1878

^W-CtfAMMM 1 4 VOLUME I. FAIKLY, THANK YOU. THAT IS WHAT THE HEM ARK 18 AT VARIOUS POINTS. At I-ake City the People Are Pro ud of Their Fair, and Pronounee it a Big SuccessThe Rochester Fair is Also Entirely Satisfac- toryEau Clire and Other Places Claim to Have First Class Exhibitions and Hoss Trots. [Special Telegramto the Globe.l LAKE CITY, Sept. 19.Yesterday, the opening day of the f.nr here, was a very busy time at the secretary's office. Almost all of them put off making their entries until the opening day, then everything comes With a rush. The great burden of this entire enterprise comes upon Societaiy Gibbs and Treasurer Underwood. The responsibility is Raddled upon them, and in addition they do most of the work. Exhib its came in 3'esterday afternoon very liberally, and they will continue to string along for a day or two yet. A very good attendance is on the grounds to-day, but to morrow and next day we look for the crowd. The officers of the association are: president, J....

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 September 1878

^lf. Dailp (Elohe BY II. P. HALL. NO. 17 WABASHA.W STftEET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. liy Carrier, por month 70c I By Mall, per mouth.. .70c 3 months. g210 3 months..$2 25 6 months. 4 20 6 months.. 4 00 12 months.. 8 40 12 mouths.. 9 (,0 XE SUMDAY GLOBE. fa* GLOBE will be furnished every day In the r fc to city subscribers at 70 cents per month or g-(.40 per year. Uy mall the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per far in addition to the rate given above for mall subscribers. THE WKKKLV GLOBE. The WRSKXY UXOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly loiiblo the size of the Dally. It Is just the paper for the ftreRf'le.contalning In addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, *c. It is furnished to single subscribers at gt.DO per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mall subscription* payable Invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kate*. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every insertion. Ihird Page cent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 September 1878

jf jpr/s MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe Democratic County Convention, Monday, Sent. '43, JS78. There will ba a Democratic County Conven tion for the county oE Hennepin held in Min neapolis, at Ilirmon'n 11 ill, on Monday, Sept. 23,1878, at o'clock in the forenoon, for the nomination of Djmo, ratic candidates for the following offices, to wit: County Auditor, Pointer of Deeds, Sheriff, County Attorney, County Surveyor, County Coroner. CiJitnty Commissioner for the Second Com missioner Distri-.t, compi-i-intr the towns of Brooklyn, Corcoran. (Jh.'iinplin, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Grcenwoi il. llasmm, Independence, JInple Giove Alinnetri-ta, and the village of Osseo. County Commissioner for the Third Com missioner District, com ruining the Fifth and Sixth wards of the city of Minneapolis. The delegates to (hcounty convention will also be entitled to its in" their respective lfg Hhitivc convention, in which candidates Will tic put in nomination for the following of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 September 1878

r $ -r-m 1 KRAZY KERR. WHICH WOULD SEEM TO BE HIS CONDITION FROM HIS HOOKS. Another Day' Racke at the Asylum Ac countsKen Think it's Al Righ but Don' Mak it Clear by a Good Dea --Th Committe Corner the Old Man Badly-His Examinatio not Ended The committee of investigation met again yesterday morning at the capitol, according to adjournment. Immediately upon assem bling, Senator Doran called Mr. Kerr's at tention to his scrip book, and the stubs of scrip issued. There were pointed out to him many discrepancies between them which he said must have arisen from some mistake on hi? part. Mr. DoranBut you say the scrip book is copied from the stubs. Mr. KerrYea but I probably made some mistakes in transferring the numbers. He was given time to look over and ar range. Meantime Mr. llugg was- called to testify. MB. H. P. BTJGO SWOEN. Reside at St. Paul since 18G8 had business with the asylum was employed by Mr.were Leahy up to 1870, when I bought Mr. Leahy Milwauker house paperecognizeme sho...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 September 1878

I i: .**4 ,:'ii 4 ANOTlfER DAY OF TIZJE _J VOLUME I. THE FEVEE FIEND. TERRIBLE RECORD. Progress of the Dread Messenger In the Fever-Stricken LocalitiesA Total of 2,308 Deaths in New Orleans to Date Appullln Situation in MemphisContri butions Steadily Augmenting at All Point!. NEW ORLEANS. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 20.Deaths, 61 cases, 165, of which 81 were prior to the 17th. Weath er cloudy, warm and threatening rain. The dealh list included twenty-two children under 7. Dr. Taylor, who went to the Lagandra plantation, telegraphs the Howards this morn ing: '"Mr. Steel is dead, and L. Clarke criti cally ill. Twenty-four sick at preBcnt. A dispatch to the Howards from Canton re ports the illness of Dr. Sernmes and G. W. Thomas, president of the Howards, probably from prostration. Weather cloudy and little rain. NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 20.From noon to 6 T. M. seventeen deaths* and forty-six new cases were reported. The Howards forwarded by the Blanche Porter to-day a doctor and two nurses, and ship...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 September 1878

"-^r""- -I -+xr- 1 "mm Daity (Ktnbe. liY II. 1 11 ALL. NO. 17 WABASH.VW 8TUEET, ST. PAUL Torm* of Subscription to Iho lliilly Globe. By Mall, yet month.. 70o 3inoutha..$2 25 0 months. 4 00 VI months 9 do By Carrier, per month 70c 3 months $'J 10 6 inonlhs 4 "JO la month* *o T11K N tlLOUJS. H* OLOIV* trill b fumishHl every day In the *ek to city ub*orib\r at 70 cents per month or $g.40 per your. By mall the SUNIUT OLOBR will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate Kivui above for mall subscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WKSKLY GLOBE IS a mammoth sheet, exactly doable the size of the Dally. It is just the paper for the flresirle.containlng lu addition to all the current ewfl, cheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, Ac. It Is furnished to single subscribers at $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail Rubupriptions pavabfe invariably in advance. Iall Globe Advertising lvates. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every insertion. Ihird Page...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 September 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe Democratic County Convention, Monday, Sent. ii3, 1878. There will be a Democratic County Conven tion for the county of Hennepin held in Min neapolis, at Harmonia Hall, on Monday, Sept. 23,1878, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, for the nomination of Democratic candidates for the following offices, to wit: County Auditor, Register of Deeds, Sheriff. County Attorney, County Surveyor, County Coroner. County Commissioner for the Second Com- mtHHoncr District, comprising the towns of Brooklyn, Corcoran, Champlin, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Green'" '1, Hassan, Independence, Maple Grove, Miunetri^ta, and the village of U.s-eo County Commissioner for the Third Com missioner District, comprising the Fifth and Sixth wards ot the city of Minneapolis. The delegates to the county convention will also be entitled to in their respective legislative conventions, in which candidates wlllho put in nomination for the following offices: One Senator and fo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 September 1878

~f*- I -*-***fM" +i*T**mJm,~*m*tm IIT.1 W i IWH. "J1 THW 111 y.^wwyi. wywiwtfw PftPP mmm STfiAIT'S SWINDLE. HE IS IMPALED BY THE EVIDENCE OF A CLERGYMAN. The M. C. from the Second District Fans O ut as a Grabber of the State Treasury Expends $5.40 and Collects $13.so from the State-A Nice Certificate for Be lectlon--Rev. Kerr's Labyrinthian Fig ares Receive Another Overhauling with the Usual Result. It was 10 o'clock yesterday before the in vestigating committee got together, and pro ceeded to business. Mr. Couplin, former superintendent of work at the asylum, was further examined in relation to to the way the contracts were carried out by the differ ent contractors. Mr. CouplinI reside at St. Peter am a batcher was employed to superintend the work at the hospital in June, 18G7 was there till tbe spring of 1871 have Been plans of the building saw the architect who drew them part of the construction was done by day's work first commenced letting contract work in 1868 this was for car...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

VOL. 1. DYING OUT. TUB MALARIAL XOIF GETTING TIATEJ). 8A- More Hopeful Reports From the Fever Stricken DistrictsDecrease in New Cases and Mortalities in Memphis, New Orleans and Other Points, so Long Under the Shadow of the Death AngelQuarantine Regulations at Various Poln's Being Mod- ifiedAppeal to tho Ba Associations for Contribution* to an Orphan's Fund Heartfelt Acknowledgment for Masonic ReliefContributions. NKVT 0III.K*N3, Sept. 21.Cloudy and show ery. Deaths 62 new cases reported to day 105, including 33 reported prior to the 18th inst. From noon to p. M. 12 deaths: 157 new cases reported. The death list includes 26 children under 7. Total yellow fever deaths to date, 2,430. NEW OULEANS, Sept. 21.Dr. Kibbee, whose illness was reported Thursday night, but then believed by Dr. Choppin to be from exhaustion, has developed into a genuine case of yellow fe ver. Dr. Kibbee is now on one of his cots at the hotel undergoing the water treatment. He is attended by Dr. Choppin. The spr...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

Johnnie's Oration. "Got your speech ready for Friday, Johnnie?'' adted a schoolDoy. "No/' said John. "Well, I have, you'd better hurry up." "Pshaw' what's the use?" asked John. "You see, a speeeh for Friday isn't just like lessons that a fellow ought to learn Ever so many things may happen so that I sha'n't have to speak at all. Visitors may come in, or some other boy may recite something real long, so that there won't be time tor me. I sha'n't bother. Maybe I'd go out in the country that day, and then it' I learned anything it would be of no use. I'll wait till the time cnmis." John waited, but he did not go to the country. The other boys chose short declamations, and Friday morning was so cloudy that thcie wis no prospect of company. At noon John was in a..+ateoJ desperation. He i W here and there about the house in search of something that would answer his purpose. Uncle Jack gave him a book of old dialogues and orations, but btfore he could learn more than a line or two it was s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

Maud And The Cricket. "Good night, little Maud," I softly said. As I tucki (I her up in her litfl- tied, "Good-night, dear mamma." BIH b.iid tome "I'm juntas sleepy as I can be." But I scarcely had shut the chamber door When lier eager voice called me back once more: "O uisunma!" she said, "wi at is it I hear? That strange little noise so fharp and queer?" I .iitened, and told her all was still, SJ AC a merry ci icket piping shrill, 'He is hid away in the closet here To sing you to bleep, my Maudie,dear." Then Maud sat up in her nightgown white, And her grew big and round and bright. "Nw mamma, please move my little bed Right up to the closet door," she said. "Poor little fellow! he wants to speak, But all he can say is creak, creak, creak.' And I want to tell him I hear his song, And ask him to sing to me all night long!" "I'll leave the door open," I saul, "part way. And let the cricket hear what you say. Now, while I go to your baby brother, Two little crickets may sing to each o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

~r- Daily Qxlttbe. IJY A LI- NO. 17 WABA8HAW STREET, ST. PATH.. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Carrier, per month 70c I By Mall, per month.. .70c 3 mouths. $2 10 I 3 months..$2 25 6 mouths. 4 20 6 month*.. 4 00 12 months.. 8-iO| 12montns.. 9 00 TBEBE is no fault to be found with Bill King for assuming control of the paper of which he is the largest stockholder. It is a wonder he has not done so before. The only fault is that he don't move his printing press to Minneapolis. We don't know why the mechanical work of a Minneapolis newspa per should be done in St. Paul. SECUKTABY MCCBABY, who has just re- turned to Washington from Ioara, admits the existence of a strong Greenback element in that State, and confesses his inability to tell how much mischief to the ^Republican party it will be able to accomplish. The Republi- can hard money chiefs are learning one by one that the woods are full of Greenbackers. A we supposed would be the case, the gigantic preparations of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Spe:Ull He t'rll for the Dally Globe iir*? K.VI* OI.OSSKL.KXS. Him. John II. Oi .rge of NJW Hampaliire, is in the city. Shipment) of (lour. 1,802 limhcls. Wheat re ceived, 10,200 hu hnU, David KlwarU IA happy, having received an order from Oiica'jo for a BUpply of Monitor liniment. Members of Tuctonia company No. 4 request all members who t.ike part in the parade to rieot at the IIOUKO at 1 P. M. sharp. A little son of Mrs. McEIroy, yesterday, while making geographic il explorations through a lam her yaid fell r-nd dislocated his arm. Members of ol Hose Company No. 2 are re quested to maet *i, their hou- on Third street this afternoon, IS'runess of importance. The National w.iii committee for the First VJird for the nsuirig year is as to! ows: W. Ahern, Peter Convv.iy, and K. A. Crambie. A young boy named McManus had arm broken by falling from a second story window ou tfirbt avenue north yesterday afternoon. The principals of the Reveral school build ings are reques...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

White Jasmine. White jasmine fctretohes far and wide, Alon the array wall's southern side Its graceful branches wreathe And winds of Summer sweet antt low, Among its verdure and its enow, Their tender music breathe. The garden beds that once were gay And fragrant all the Summer day, Are emptv and forlorn The hungry bees afar have flown, The gravid walks are weed o'grown, The trellis-rose is torn. Within the house each empty room Is *-hut in silent, rayless gloom, With cheerless hearthstone cold No pictures smile upon the wall, No single trace is left of all We cherished so of old. But in the southern sunshine bright, And by the jasmine, clad in white, A youthful maiden 6tands, With lips that speak of sad unrest A bunch of daisies on her breast. And jasmine in her hands. With iarewell looks of aching love, Her brown eyes wruderround, above, It is a sacred spot The home of childish giief and mirth, The home whence dearest dead went forth To share earth's common lot. Ah, maidi'n! as th...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

Mechanical and Sclentillc. The Journal d'Ocvlistique'\a the author ity for the 8-taU ment that an obstinate case of r."iuwis of the eyes has been cured by the use of yellow spectacles. A factory has been built at Gsaka Jaj)an, for trie manufacture of oil' rem camphor, winch is said to be cheaper and to have greater illuminating power than kerosene. On the railroad connecting Ttevell act! Marly-le Rji, France, it is said that the experiment of running the locomotive by means 01 snp eheated water has given very satisfactory results. The water was introduced at a temperature ot 180 de grees eenhgiade. Speaking of the use of pain, the Lancet observes that generally it may be set down as an axiom that the chief and obvous service of pain to humanity is a doterr.-nt and warning sen sation to w-trd off danger. Pain, however, ha sccondaiy and educational value as regards the mind and temper, aix'l aotxio faorts ot pa'u may be tpeciully de-dgm lor thia purpose. In this view, alto, pain has a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 September 1878

1 I I _^,_ i)i^^iiuiiwiimiiii|iiia|jjiijiiiutiiMpij THE CAPITAL EXTENSION IT nVOTJTH TO ITJTJ BY PIEVKMEAL, THE VAULT GOING FIRST. The Architect and Builder Interviewed-- Thoy Say it is All RiglitThe "Globe" Re- porter Investigates and Tells the Public of the Situation--Now is the Time to Remedy the Kvil. The GLO BE believes in the old adage, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." With a view to having the ounce administered, and the pound of expense saved, the GLO BE called attention Friday morning to certain al leged defects in the construction of the west wing extension of the capitol. These defects were claimed to exist both in the material em ployed and in the mode of construction. The nature of these dangerous shortcomings were Bpecitically set forth, and the remedy was easily inferred. It was in no spirit of the alarmist that public attention was directed to a matter of so much importance, but for tne solo pur pose ot securing a safe building, true in all particul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 September 1878

'l(0""" IUI m* N STRAIT'S STEAL. JETOW X/i3 USED A CLERGYMAN JilTjK TOE STATE. The Official Transcript of Kev. Chas. T. Coer'a EvidenceStrait Paid the Clergy man $2 and Collected $15.80 From the State Which He Put in His Pocket. The following is the verbatim report of Rev. Charles T. Goer's testimony before the State Senate investigating committee, as taken by the official stenographer The Jtav. Chas. T. Coer came before the committee at itF invitation. Senator DoranMr. Coer, I understand that you have taken some exceptions to the action of the committeethat you thought they woro doing you injustice. I want to ex plain to you that the committee had nothing to do with this, howeverwith the publica tion in the newspapers. These bills that you saw here came before the reporters and they made the reports, so you must not blame us for that. Mr. CoerDo I understand from this bill that Horace B. Str.ut received f15.8 for our visit to St. Paul? Sen. DoranYes, that is what the commit tee und...

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