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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 11 October 1878

,^sijsa,,i ^.*-n.-M i VOLUME I. WASHBUEN'S EING, How it Robs the i'armer and Enriches the Ring Shylock. PROOF OF DAMNABLE SWINDLING The Test of Grinding Wheat Into Flour Applied. DEVELOPMENTS MOST STARTLING Instances Where Farmers Made From 50 to 57 Cents Per Bushel by Grinding Instead of Selling to Washburn's Ring. REPORTS OF THE "GLOBE" ENVOY Which Ought to Satisfy Bill King's Desire for Information. [Special Correspondence of the Daily Globe. DASSEL, Oct. 9, 1878.The farther up I go, the greater appears to be the indignation of the farmers oyer the villainies practiced by the wheat ring. I have conversed wi.h at least twenty tillers of the soil, and every man is satisfied that he is being cheated out of his just rights, but how he can't exactly un derstand. The general opinion is, that the fraud is in weighing the wheat in that little ioker, the brass kettle, coupled with the fact that the Millers' association at Minneapolis is a party to the steal. Thomas McGuire, of Waverly, fa...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 11 October 1878

fH Steify (KIobE. BY H. P. HALL. KO. 17 "WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL Terms of Subscription for the Daily Globe. By carrier (7 papers per -week) 70 cents per month. By mail (without Sunday edition) 6 papers perweek, 60 cents per tuqqth. By moil (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 cents per month. THE SUNDAY GI.OBE. By mail the SUNDAY GXOBZ will be one dollar per year. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly doable the size of the Dally. It Is just the paper for the nreside,containing Inadditionto allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &o. It Is furnished to single subscribers at $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable Invariably In advance. Daily Globe Advertising Rates. Fourth Page 6 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 abo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 11 October 1878

^f?V MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBEUETS. Shipments of flour yesterday, 3,250 bushels. Minnehaha lodge of A. O. D. gave a ball at Druid hall last evening. Prohibition county and legislative con vention at Lee's hall to-day. Richard Stone, a prominent member of the Cincinnati bar, is in the city. The roof on the new fire-proof vault at the court house is noarly completed. Wheat received, 22,100 bushels. No. 1, 86 cents No. 2, 78 cents No. 3, 63 cents. Dr. J. M. Harrison and family leave for the East this morning, and will be absent all winter. Col. W. H. H. Taylor, State librarian, was in the city yesterday attending the Hennepin county grange. The Tribune must have heard something drop. Many a yip issues from its yop on the recent elections down below. The Charlotte Thompson troupe left for Des Moines, Iowa, yesterday morning, over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul line to St. Louis. The Minneapolis Street railroad furnish tickets for Un...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 11 October 1878

v .(V -l- i i I THE DONNELLY CLUB. ANOTHER ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT. A Good Report from Duluth Speeches by "W* Willis, W L. Banning and Col. Crooks Mr. Banning Shows Mr Donnelly'* Labors in Securing the Northern Pacific Road. The Young Men's Donnelly club, of St. Paul, held its second regular weekly meeting last night at Dem cratic headquarters, in the Op era-house block. An audience of fully 200 as sembled at an early hour, and was increased during the evening. The meeting was an en couraging one throughout. The number in attenoanco was suggestive i the interest the campaign, and the enthusiasm throughout the proceedings evinced the zeal with which the work of the canvass was being undertaken. The meeting was railed to order by the pres ident, Mr. Oppenhtim. Routine business was disposed of the adoption of a constitution, etc. TUE CHAIRMAN'S NFWS. The president said that since the organization of this club he had received letters from all parts of the district, in which...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 12 October 1878

WHEAT SHYLOCK. How His Wheat iting Operates with Home Customers and Robs Them. MORE EVIDENCE FOR A "REPORT." How an Inspector Graded a Farmer's Wheat No. 2 and Millers Dare Not Take it for No. 1. DEVIL WHIPPED ABOUT STUMP. And a Miller Secretly Pays No. for Wheat Graded as No. 2. A TEST MADE BY GRINDING, Showing Profit of Thirty-Six Cents Per Bushel for the Miller. HOW TWO LOADS WHEAT VARIED "Gen. Waihhurn not only happens to be engaged somewhat in the milling business, but is also a cuxlulite for Congress."Bill King in Pioneer Press, October 5th. "It never rains but it pours." The GLOBE of yesterday morning gave conclnsive proof of the robbery being perpetrated upon the farmers by the Minneapolis wheat ring, and to-day it could supply a small volume in addition. A few cases will suffice: Mr. John Brown, of Hichfield, Hennepin county, took a load of wheat into Minne- apolis, intending to have it ground. He went down upon the platform with his load and his wagon was immediately mount...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 12 October 1878

IDaity 0 EIab HALL. NO. 17 WABASHAW STBEET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription for the Daily Globe. Uy carrier {7 papers per week) 70 centn per month. tty mail (without Sunday edition) 6 papers per week, 60 cents per month. Uy mail (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 cents per month. THE SUNUAY GLOBE. By mail the Stnaxur GLOME will be one dollar per year. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WKKKI/X GLOBB is a mammoth sheet, exactly doable the size of the Dally. It is just the paper for the fire8tde(containing in addition to all the current Bows, cheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. bT PAUL. SATUBDAY. OCT. 12. 1878. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. STATE TICKET. State AuditorMahlon Black. Clerk of the Supreme CourtDillon O'Brien. CONGBEFBIONAL TICKET. First DistrictWm. Meighen. Second DistrictHenr\ Poehler. Third Dis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 12 October 1878

*fV"*G& -%^T,rv MINNEAPOLIS NEW8 Specially Keporiw) for the Daily Globe TEMPERANCE. Prohibitionists in CouncilThey Nominate a TicketPan* Resolution aJerk Vast Amount of Chin MusicAnd Go Home Sober, Vvrtuous and Happy. Yesterday the temperance men (so called) of Hennepin count asst mbled at Lee's ball according to call, for the purpose of placing in nomination a county and legislative tick et. The assemblage was not BEMA.BEA.BLE FOB SIZE, bnt for tone and respectability was unsur passed. There v. no need to demonstrate their superiority over common mortals they admitted the fact without argument. At the assembling of the convention there were just twenty persons present, including reporters and curious on-lookers. About 11 o'clock Mr. John Durnam took the stand and announced that the object of the meeting was the nomination of a full county and legislative ticket. He called for the NOMINATION OP A CHAIRMAN. In response to this call some one piped out the name of Col. Spooner, and...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 12 October 1878

1- JL COUPLE OF WORDS WHICH MADE xwo SOULS HAVVY YESTERDAY. Conclusion of the Barrett Trial in the Dist let Court Hie Eloquent Summing by Counsel-Chris. O'Brien's Masterly Plea Secures His Client's Acquittal., In the district court yesterday, Judge Wil kin presiding, the Barrett robbery case was resumed. All the evidence being in, Mr. Rogers, county attorney, addressed the jury. THE COUNTY ATTOENEY'S ARGUMENT. He said that it is always claimed by the defense in criminal cases, that the rights of the citizen should be protected. I the opinion of Mr. Rogers the rights of the State and of society should also be looked after and maintained. The policy of the criminal law was to be liberal to the prisoner and allow him large latitude in his defence and surround him with safeguards. Society could only do th in case the law was rigorously enforced when the person charged with crime was proven guilty. Therefore, the interest iif all parties concerned justified a rigorous enforcement of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

VOL. 1. A, -,U TALE OF HORROR. A Terrible Crime in Indiana Most Fearfully Avenged. A BRUTAL MURDER AND RAPINE, For Which Five Villains Paid the Pen alty with Their Lives. INFURIATED CONDUCT OF MOB.doomed One Victim Carved Into] Fragments and Torn Limb from Limb. THE HANGING DONE DECENTLY, And the Four Devils Swung Up In a Style Worthy of a Profes sional Execution. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] MOUNT VERNON, Ind., Oct. 12.This city has Bince yesterday been in the wildest state of ex citement over one of the most disgusting crimes and tragic ravages which ever startled a people in any city. The Associated PresB re ports tell elsewhere how eight negroes, lawless and drunk, last Monday night, gained admis sion to a house of ill-fame near the outskirts of the town, demanded money from the girls, plundered the house, and then, huddling the girls into one room and putting out the lights, inaugurated a BEASTLY CARNIVAL, holding their pistol at the girls heads and com pelling them to subm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

'"S'J'j 7 *t THE PLAGUE AT MARSEILLES. The 15th of March, 1720. was a gay and joyous day in the Queen City of the Med itexranean, Marseilles, which even then was one of the finest places in the Old World, and which to-day is dazzlins in the splendor of its gorgeous buildings, its magnificent situation and its sunny sky. On that day a great event occurred in the commercial history of Marseilles. The first ship from Levant, laden with precious cachcmire wool, had arrived and it was to be woven at Marseilles, whose great ambition was to eclipse the spinner ies of Lyons and Rouen. The sailors of the ship were treated to a collation at the public expense, and un til a late hour of The night crowds sing ing joyous ditties were passing through the principal streets of the city. Alas! Had the people of Marseilles known that dreadful calamities the wool ship had carried to them! It had sailed from Symrna, and at Smyrna that terrible sc'mrge of former ages the plague, was raging. Disinfecting...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

-fc Sperience of Rfb'rend Qnacko Strong-. Swidg dat gate wide, 'Postle Peter, Ring de big bell, beat de gwng, Saints and martyrs den will meetdar Brudder, Reb'rend Quacko Strong, Turn de guard out, Gin'ral Miehac Arms present, de line along, Let de band play "Conk'ring Her For de Reb rend Quacko Strong. Joseph march down wid your bredren, Tribes an' banners rausterin' Speeches of welcome fiom ole m, Answer, Reb'rend Quacko Strong. Time your harp strings tight, King David, Sing your good Ole Hundred song, Let de seraphs dance wid cymbals 'Round de Reb'rend Quacko Strong, Angles hear me yell Hosanner, Hear my duelem speritool song Halleluyer I'm a comin', I'm de Rob'rend Quacko Strong. Make dat white robe rudder spacious, And de waist-belt 'strondn'ry long, 'Cause 'twill take soem room in glory For de Reb'iend Quacko Strong. What! No one at de landin'.' 'Pears like suft'in 'nudder's wron Guess. I'll gib dat sleepy Peter Fitsfrom Reb'rend Quacko Strong. What a narrer little gateway! My...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

XJailij 0 (Elnbe. BY HALL. NO. 17 WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms ot Subscription for the Daily Globe. By carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. By mail (without Sunday edition) 6 papers per week, 60 cents per month. By mail (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 cents per month. THE SUNDAY GLOBS. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year. ST. PAUL. SUNDAY, OCT. 13, 1878. THE "great Republican victory" of last Tuesday died a-bornin'. "THE Democrats are putting a good face on it,7' says the Chicago Tribune. Who has a better right I Bill King will only continue to abuse Mr. Hodges we will send him to the Legis lature by as large a majority as there are votes in bis district. A LOT of eagles have been purchased in England for America. They are golden, not feathered, eagles, and will go into circulation, and not be confined in our aviaries. AMERICAN customs are making progress. Even in Russia .they are beginning to show themselves. Th cashier of the bank at Ode...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

I .1: 31IMEA.P0LISNEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe THE REASON WHY. The Great Prohibition Secret OutWhy Vacancies Were Left on the TicketChar ley Robinson, E. S. Corner and A. P. Lane Want to be on. the Tirket, but Don't Want toOjffntl the GermansErvin Fails to Keep that Secret. At the Temperance convention on Friday, J. 0 Ervin, the manager, strenuously ob jected to nominating candidates for register of deeds, Senator, and a portion of the Rep resentative ticket. stated that he had no objection to giving his reasons to the faith ful, but did not want THE BEPOBTEU OF THE GLOBE to learn the reason why did hope, he remaiked, that the brethren would be cautious enough to keep this secret away from the newspaper men. objected to Mr /est being nominated for register of deeds, because he did not think him competent to discharge the DUTIES OF THE OFFICE, and if the conventi on would only have the offices in the hands of the committee he would guarantee that the reasons should be ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

The Story of Innach Garden. "Armu virumque cano," The man with two arms and a hoe, I BlU'j The spring Saw him with spade and hoe and rake, With back and arms that burn and ache, Dig and swear At the hard earth where Over the adamantine sod All winter long the family trod. All day Ionr like a slave he wrought, The spade was dull and the day was hot "When a cooler or softer plate he sought, Sunstrokes and brick bats filled the spot, From rosy dawn, Till the day was gone. With tc-trs and swrs he labored on. By Luna'j li 'ht the lettuce bed With seed of lactuca sativa were fed Where the onion wept at its breathful taste The bulbs of the allium cepa be placed And you never have seen a More charming verbena Than those he put in the oblong mould With vola tricolor bordered round. And on each side of the walk from the gate a Row of the reseda odorata Back in the kitchen garden bed, Raphanm saitvus, white and red Where the tall poles burned the haunted air is The place where he plants phaseo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

Hamorous Items. A. Chicago critic, oa being shown a landscape, said:" ''Yes, it smells like a painting.'1 uAwyes, The artist dropped the cur tain. What is the difference between a grass plat during a drouth and a washerwom an's house? One is a dry lawn and the other a laundry. Gentleman: "I say, waiter, I've just cracked this egcr. Look at it!" -'Don't look very nice at that end, sir, I must say. Try the other." A good listenerEnthusiastic young lady: "You are fond of music, colonel?' I think I may say I likeaw noise ofol any kind." What is the difference between a man struck with amazement and a leopard's tail? One is rooted to the spot, and the other is spotted to the root. The question has been asked: "Can a Christian go to the circns?" "Yes, until he's married, and then in most cases the circus comes to him."Andrew's Baear. "Paper, sir?" asked the newsboy. ''No, I never read," was the blunt reply. "Hi boys, come here," called out the gamin 5, "Here's a man as is practisin' for t...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 13 October 1878

CLOSING VP THE CRIMINALS. The Drunken Carriage-Wrecker Acquitted The JTinlander Settles it by Pleading Guilty. The district court, Judge Wilkin presid ing, resumed the trial of criminal cases, yes terday. The first case called was that of Thomas Gannon, the discharged soldier, who, in a wild drunken humor, seized Mr. Depew's btiggy on Seventh street the night of Sep tember 28th and took a short reckless drive in it. Mr. S. L. Pierce appeared for the defend ant, and County Attorney liogers for the State. A jury was impanelled without challenge. Thereupon a brief statement of the case was made by the prosecution. The evidence in troduced was quickly given, and showed clearly that the defendant was in a wild state of drunken excitement, and that the intent to commit larceny was in no way made ap parent. The case went to the jury without argu ment, and a verdict of not guilty was re turned, the jury not leaving their seats. The court ordered the prisoner discharged, and expressed the ho...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 October 1878

"General Washburn not only happens to ba engaged SOMEWHAT in the milling busi-% ness, but is also a candidate for~Congress." Bill King, in Pioneer Press, October 5. VOLUME I. TILBEN'S TELEG-E A MS ?sLond^C8binp ANOTHER CHAP \IIINTHE HISTORY OF THE PRESIDENCY I'M ADD. Mr. Tllden Preparing: a General Disclaimer of Improper Conduct in Reference to FloridaWilli an Offer to Go Into Court to Sustain His AssertionsMiscellaneous National Notes. TILDEN's DISCLAIMER. I Special Telegram to the Globe. WASHINGTON, Oct. 13.Samuel J. Tilden will hot remain silent under the chargeB that have been so much talked about during the last week, of hiB having attempted to use money to unpropcrly influence the election in Florida. A letter received here to-day from a friend of Tilden in New York says that Mr. Tilden is now preparing a public disclaimer which will be as Btrong as langnage can make it, of any knowl edge or complicity in any improper transac tions in Fonda. Five thousand dollars was used in l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 October 1878

"$?m. re .w^t of^a.^"'^^^ it '*'v~ ^"^vs' Daily T*TT BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17 WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL Terms of Subscription forth Daily Globe. My carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. By mail (without Sunday edition) 6 papers per week, 60 cents per month. By mad (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 cents per month. THE SUNDAY GLOBE. By mall the SUNDAY CteoBB will be one dollar per year. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the nreside.contatning in addition to allthe current news, cheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Bally Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 6 cents per line every insertion. Third Page 5 cents per line for the first week. All lubsequent insertions 3 cents per line. Display Advertising ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 October 1878

'I 1 i um 1 MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reporte d, for the Dally Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBEI-ET8. A gang of men. wore at work on he Em- pire mi ll yesterday making gome needed re- paiis. N arrests have been made for the last thirty-six hours, and the city is unusually qniet. Yesterday was the finest day of the sea- so n, and the streots were crowded all day with promenaders. A fair will be held at Osseo, commencing to-day, and this afternoon a party, consist ing of a number of politicians accompanied by he Union band, will leave for the seat of war. Germania Hose o. No. 2 gave a ball at Turners' hall, east side, on Saturday even ing. The hall was crowded with the fire laddies and their friends, and all who attend enjoyed themselves hugely. Bishop Cheney, pastor of the Reformed Episcopal church of Chicago, preached to a large audience at Association hall last even ing. Dr. Cheney will preach at he Congre gational church in East Minneapolis on Tues day evening at 7:30 o'clock. The conduct...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 October 1878

"y His Discourse at the House of Hope Yester day Morniug. There was not a vacant seat at the HouRe of Hope yesterday morningevery part of the church was literally packed, and a more earnest and attentive congregation never oc cupied those seats at any service. And it is safe to say that a congregation formed as it was of people of many persuasions and many creeds, never was more wholly absorbed by any religious services. And no wonder, for a grander, more beautiful and touching sermon could scarcely be imagined. The liturgy of the Reformed Episcopal church was used and was read by the Rev.of Mr. Neil and BiBhop Cheney. The reading of the latter was beauti'ul and impressive in the extreme. His rich, full, mellow voice artistically modulated and full of wonderful feeling, seemed to give new beauty and fresh import to the grand old prayers of the Episcopal hturgv. Thin was more especially the case with the magnificent petitions of the litanythat wonderful prayer which has a supplicatio...

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