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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 December 1878

,,,i. n'i ..f ..iii.1 |Mr= fe^ TO OCR CITY SUBSCRIBERS We 6hall esteem it a favor if all onr city nub 8Bribers whu receive their papers by carrier, -will report every delinquency at the ollice. If the paper is missed or is late we dcsiro to know it, that we may apply the remedy. With rare ex ception* the carriers can have their papers de livered by half-past six. Where they are later than that, subscribers should report at the GLOBE office. We have reason to believe that there has been a systematic purloining of the GLOBE from subscribers, and if failures to re ceive it are reported, it will enable us to detect and punish the guilty parties. MEKEY CHRISTMAS HOW THE DAT WAS PASSED IN 8T. PAUL IN 1878. Services in the Catholic and Episcopal ChurchesThe'Decaratlons Gathering of the Children at the House of HopeSher iff KingMakfs the Occupants of the Jail Feel MerryPresentation, Marriage, In cidents and General Sobriety. Christmas! Th day of all days in the oalcndar. The one day 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. — 27 December 1878

1 TZ*Z!S*M f PINE LAND MM. WHAT IS NOT BEING DONE TO EX POSE TI1K PLUNDERERS. Ifc Looks as Though the Bi Fish Would Escape Through the Statute of limita- tionsWhat District Attorney Billson Is DoingThe Mille Lacs Reservation Grab Time Culled on, Col. Piatt Walker Can a Tale Unfold, and is Invited to to Do SoFine Land* Which Few Peo ple Know AboutShall the Government Kobbed Without Redress. It will be recollected that the GLOBE in tbe issue of the 7th of October last, con tained an interview with Mr. Billson, United States district attorney for the district of Minnesota, for the purpose of obtaining in formation why the numerous cases of pine Jand trespasses that had been reported by the agents of the government in 1877 had not beea prosecuted, and the timber thieves brought into court and required to disgorge a portion of the value of the pine timber cut and stolen from the pubJic lands. W were at that time given, by Mr. Billson what ap peared to be a satisfactory reason for the de ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 December 1878

i*~\ "'memm Daily (Ktafce. MY H. P. HALL. NO. 17 WABA8HAW BTKEET, ST. PATJI*. Official Paper the City St. iPaiol Terms of Subscription for the Daily Globe. By carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. By mail (without Sunday edition) 64papers per week, 80 C9nte per month. By mail (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 oents per month. THE SUNDAY OLOBE, By mall the SEXD A? GLO BS will be one dollar per yew. THK WEEKLY GLOBE. The WHKKI.T GLOBB is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Dally. It is just the paper gor the fljslde,contaIning in addition to all the current news, cheice mlacellauy, 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 mall subscriptions parable invariably in advance. 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. Dis...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 December 1878

U*. Si, S*VZ?*W MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELE^S. Good hard maple wood ia now being sold in Minneapolis for $4.50 and $5.00 per cord. Well) Christmas is over. Now let's stop spending money on our friends and all go to work again. J. 0 Oswald and wife left for California yesterday. Mr. O. goes to the Pacific slope on account of impaired health. Three Christmas drunks were dragged in by the police yesterday afternoon. They will receive their presents this morning. It. 15. Conkey and Miss Ida Mattison were married Christmas afternoon, and immedi ately departed on a wedding trip to Chicago. The beautiful snow struggled hard to cov er the naked bosom of Mother Nature yes terday, but it did not seem to result suc cessfully. The gold watch lost by Benjamin Buck on Christmas morning, was found in a saloon on Hennepin avenue, where the per son who found it had pawned it for $20. The Metropolitan theater was filled to overflowing both afternoon 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. — 27 December 1878

-p tf '""""i It VCO OPR CITY SUBSCRIBERS We shall esteem it a favor if all our city nub orlbers who receive their papers by carrier, -will report every delinquency at the oilice. If the paper is missed or is late we desire to kn ow it, that w may apply the remedy. With raie ex ceptions the carriers can have their papers de livered by half-past six. Where they are later than that, subscribers should report at the GLOBE office. We have reason to believe that there has been a systematic purloining of the GLOBE from subscribers, and if failures to re ceive it are reported, it will enable us to detect and punish the guilty parties. IMPEOYING ST. PAUL. Otltloofe for Busy Work Next YearA. ITe-w of the Buildings ContemplatedThe Early Preparations Indicative of Great Ad vancement Another Season. The winter puts a stop to the industry of building. But through. Ihe long winter months a proper season is given to plan and estimate for a renewal of work when the weatl er open*. This reason has al...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 28 December 1878

^W)M W lWtl DARK DEEDS. TELEGItAX'TIEO TIIE GL.OBE FROM ALT, AKT8 Or TEE COVNTRT. The Cliase-Goodhuo Trial at Chippewa FallsNine Witnesses ExaminedExcite ment IncreasingEleven Jurora Obtained in the Ash-Murphy Trial at St. James A St tois Physician Charged With At tempting to Rape a Minnesota Woman Crab Orchard, Ky the Scene of Another Breathitt County Affili A Lively Shot Guu and Pistol Fusil ideSeveial Per sons Wonnderi, Two, SeriouslyMiscel laneous Ciimlnal Record. THE AH-MUKPItY MURDER TRIAL [Special Telegram to the Globe ST. JAMFS, Minn Dec 27 In the oaae of the State vs Capt W W. Murphy, for the shooting of Samuel Ash, before Judge D. A Dioketsun two da have been consumed man effort fo get a jury eleven having been secured when an arlj mrnment took place to 9 A to morrow, at which time a writ for a panel of twelve names is ide returnable Ex Gov. Du.vi't, of Bt Paul Hon Severance, of Mankato, and W Johnston, of Madeha, appe-u %i counsel for the accused, and the State i-) repre-...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 28 December 1878

'lllHlt 'ft ^M 1 & IDail^ 0 Qxlobe. BY H. HAr.r~ NO. 17 WA.BASSHA W STKKfcT, ST. PATTL. Official Iaper of the City of t. Paul Terms of Suhscrlprion for the Daily Globe. My carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per montn. by mall (without Sunday edition) O.papers per weet, 80 cents per month. by mail (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per weeh, 70 cents per mouth. THE 5jUNIA WiiOBE, By mail the BBKBAT GLOBS will be one dollar per year* THB WEEKXY OIOBK. The WEEKLY OIJOBK is a mammoth sheet, exftctb Bauble the slzs ol the Daily. It is just the papei tar theflroside.containingin addition to allthocurrent news, cawlce miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &o. It is furnished to single subscribers a) $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions All nl! nhrrlTt1nn imvubl" inva.rlfir.lv In advance. ltU t*lob Avrtirtlug i.ates. Fourth Page 6 cents per line every Insertion. Tftird Page 5 cents per line for the first week. All ubsoqueut insertions'6cents per ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 28 December 1878

vi w. ti -^B' Bitefci i mr i mnwM Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNKAPOLIS GLOBELETS. Minneapolis Lodge No 1, K. of P., elected officers last night. Do not forget the Opera house matinee to. day at 2 o'clock p. M. Comfort the Two Or phans. A good variety entertainment is given every night at Johnson's Summer Garden theater. A grand dance was held at the skating park, Sixteenth street and Fourth avenue, last night. David has started out canvassers for his new morning paper, which will appear about the first of the year. The county commissioners took in Minne tonka yesterday, and report the road work In good condition. A lively runaway rattled things up on Hennepin avenue yesterday afternoon. Nothing broke, and nobody killed. Judge Oooley, being at Duluth attending a Masonic celebration, tb bench is occupied during his absence by Judge Reynolds. The various sab-committees of the cham- ber of commerce committee of twenty-one were in session last night cutting down taxes and t...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 28 December 1878

raw *&r ^,i I 1 ^isfe.' W"" STATE UNIVERSITY. 8B1UI-ANNUAL MBBTIXQ OF TBE BOARD OF REGENTS. A He-view of the YearThe "Work and Man agement of the UniversityTirelffh An nual Report of the PresidentReport of the InventiRitlng Committee Appointed Lvt SpringIt lieadu to an Animated Discussion. The board of regents of the State Uni versity met at the Governor's rooms yester day morning. There were present, Regents Pillsbnry, Gibson. Chute,MarshalI, Lamprey, Sibley, (president), State Superintendent Bnri and Professor Folwell. The president read the annual report, Which showed no change in the faculty since the appointments made at the spring meet ing excepting the addition of Mr. C. W. Hall, "well known as a snccessfnl teacher in the State, and for wme time past a student of the University of Leipsie," who was appointed to give instruction in tbe department of geology in order to relieve Prof. Winchell "that he might proceed at an earlier date than usual to the field work of the geol...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

VOLUME I. THE UNIVERSITY. 90XCI,USIOX OF THE WINTJSH MEET irra oif THE HOARD OF REGENT*. Mr. C. N". Nelson Defend** His Permitt Cat Timber--Money Expended on Dams and CanalsThe Secret SessionConsidering the Faculty-rThe Keport Adopted Pri- vately. The board of regents of the State Univer- sity met again yesterday morning in the .Governor's rooms at the Jcapitol. There were present Regents Sibley (President) Chute, Marshall, Gibson, Lamprey, Burt, Pillsbury and Professor I*'.J well. Mr C. N Kelson appeared fore the board with a communication referring to bi permit to cut timber land bol.ning to the university in township 25 mid 20, range 89 I town ship 2 5 the original psrouit was extend ed so as to include si eiasn of timber not contem plated when the permit was first granted. I order to drive out tow timber, Mr Nelson clai ms he had cut canals find "cu oflV and done a great deal of grading and built anew dam. considered these improvements bis till the timber in cut off or till he i...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

n"N I m'h:i A Son? forflewYear'sEye. Stay yet, ray friends, a moment stay 8tay till the jrood old year* 80 long companion of our way, Shakes bauds and leaves us here. Oh stay, Oh stay. One little hour and then away The year whose hopes werehigh and strong, Has now no hope to wake: Tetonehour more of jest and song For his familiar sake. Oh stay, Oh stay, Ono mirthful hour and then away. The kindly year, his liberal hands Have lavished all hi3 store, And shall we turn from where he stand*, Because he gives no more? Oh stay, Oh stay, One gTateful hour and then away. Days brightly came and calmly went. While yet he was our guest How cheerfully the week was spent! How sweet the seventh day's rest! Oh stay, Oh stay, One golden hour and then away. Dear friends were with us, some who sloep Beneath the coffin lid What pleasant memories we keep Of ail they said and did! Oh stay, Oh stay, One tender hour and then away. Bven while we sing he Bmiles his last, And leaves our sphere behind. The go...

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 December 1878

'f*W\ ila ....,,,,^,1, 1 WTI *&*""" A Son": for Jiew Year's Ev e. 8tay yet, rav friends, a moment stay Stay till the jrood old year, 8o long companion of our way, Shakes Lands and leaves U6 here. Oh stay, Oh stay, One little hour and then away The year who?e hopes were high and strong, Has now no hope to wake: Yet one hour more of jest and eong For bis familiar suk. Oh stay, Oh stay, One mirthful liour and then" away. The kindly year, his liberal hands Have lavished ali his store, Xndshall we turn from where he standa, Because he iiive3 no more? Oh stay, Oil stay, One frratcful hour and then away. Days brightly came and calmly went. While yet lie was our tfuest How cheerfully the week was spent! How 6weet the seventh day's rest! Oh stay, Oh stay, One golden hoar and then away. Dear friends were with us, some who sleep Beneath the co/Iin lid What pleasant memories we keep Of ail th'vy said and did! Oh stay, Oh 6tay, One tender hour and then away. Bven while we sing he smiles his ...

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 December 1878

Mo mora the beauteous sun this year shall riee, The fragrant flowers no more -within It bloom, ^ao fitful storms are gathering in the skies, And the bright morning star now sets in gloom. y| The garlands too are verdant now no more, The birdling's song no more our hearts in spire, But winds convulsive through each crevice pour, W h'tle we reflecting see the year expire. The year expire! Ah no, 'tis only fled, 'Tis gone, and will no more to us return, It came and went and o'er us blessings shed, And gave us time our lessons well to learn. Li'fe is a school, and years the teacher sent, To give the counsel and the record keep, And all the favors are the talents lent, Which angles gather when they come to reap. Now, to the passing 3-ear, wc bid adieu, And its successor we would greet with joy, And ask that o'er life's pathway it may strew, Prospective good that never thall alloy. E. S. H. THROUGH FLOOD AND FIRE. "I assure yon, my dear boy, I am ex tremely sorry to appear unkind in this ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

f%4% i 3DaiIp KlnhE i BY H. P. HAIL. KO. 17 WABASHAW gTREET, ST. PATJL. OfflTjl_a 3?aper of the City ofSt. 3?_ral Te*nM of Subscription for the Dally Globe. By carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cent, per month. By mall (without Sunday edition) 6 papers perweek, 0 eenta per month. By mail (with Sunday edition) 7 paper, per week, TO eenta par month. THK SUNDAY OLOBX, The WBKX-T OJXOBK is a mammoth sheet, exactly arable the else of the Daily. It is just the paper for thette_td*,oontatningin additionto allthe current Mwa, oheioe miscellany, agrio-ltural matter, market reports, Jtc. It is furnished to single subscribers at '$1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. Al mall subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertisimg Kates. 8T. PAUL. SUNDAY, DEO. 29. 1878. THBKE are several hundred convicts in the Texas penitentiary, tu there are no statistics which show the number of criminals outside of it. The figures, however, indicate com mendable progres...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

Ir 1 MINNEAPOLISNEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Glebe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBKLBT3. Gen. 9. Jennison, of Reel Wing, was in the city yesterday. Dr. D'Unger left for Chicago again yester day morning, and -will make his residence in that oity for the fntore. The holiday festival for the children of {Jathaemane parish -was held yesterday, and toey did have a good time. The Minnesota Stale Poultry association will hold its annual session at Brackett's hall, in this city, commencing next Tuesday. 0 ashman & Pluinmer came very near being bnrned out by an ash barrel conflag ration in the rear of their store on Friday night. The "Two Orphans" will be withdrawn en Wednesday, and "Hip Van Winkle," with Mr. Murray in the leading role, will be the next attraction. Mary Olson, who brought suit before Judge Reynolds against C. Brackett for wages amounting to S$60 due her, was awarded $3.65 damages. They are patting a new oil cloth down in the auditor's office. Frank McDonald is bound to dress t...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

fift tit fHa\m The Old Anil New Year. Why hastest thou, O hoary year, To speak tby last adieu, 'iff avc thy comic/? hearty cheer, When thou wast young and new. We have been busy all thy stsy To increase our wealth and power Tet knew thy march might bring decay Perhaps our hopes devour. Though we have seen beneath thy wings Some loved ones early fall, We cling to transitorv things, And heed not wisdom's call. Then what hast thou, thou good old year, Laid up for our defense? We'll meet again beyond this sphere, For we arc going hence. 4nd wc snail need tbj friendship there Shall Deed a record true, Bhall need thy days spent to prepare For wolids entirely new. O if thou 1 aste, bear on thy wings, To the eternil shore The gladsome new- that ansrels sing When we ui lives deplore Then should thy new sucessor bring The hour that we mu-it die, We'll to the Kk of Age3 cling, Then sail to worlds on high Yea h^ote our fliglxt, ye pasin years Upon time's swelling tide, Though we piss tlnoiigh a...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

4 2dE iJP n". i WWBWPWPW The OKI Ami New Year. Why hast'-st thou, 0 hoary year, To speak thy last adieu, \iVe jrave thy comic hearty cheer, When tliou wast young and new. We have been busy all thy stay To increase our wealth and power Yet knew thy march might bring decay Perhaps our hopes devour. Though we have seen beneath thy wings Some loved ones early fall, We cling to transitory tilings, And heed not wisdom's call. Then -what hast thou, thou good old year, Laid up for our defense? We'll meet again beyond this sphere, For we are going hence. *.nd -wr shall need thy friendship there Shall need a record true. Shall need thy days spent to prepare For worlds envircly new. O if thou 1 nste, bear on thy wings, To the eternal i-.hore The ghu^ome news that ansels sing When wc our lives deplore. Then shoal-i thy new sucessor bring The hour that we must die, We'll to the K? of Ages cling, Then sail to -..-orlds on hih. Yea. hwle your Hight, ye passing years Ui'On time's swelling tide, Tho...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

\i i Wh, looking backward from hia'manhood' prime, flees not the specter of his misspent time? WMltier. Tim* K.M0W8 not the weight of sleep or weariness, And night's deep darkneBS has no chain to bind His rushing pinion. George D. Prentice. Time indeed a precious boon, Bat 'with, thu boon a task is given Tbe heart niUBt learn its duty well, To-morrow earth and Uod in Heayen. MVK Qook. Not wholly can the heart unlearn The lesson of its better hours, Nor yet has Time's dull footsteps worn To common durft the path of llowers. i WMtlier. Touch us gently, Time! Let us glide a down thy stream Gentlyas we sometimes glide Through a quiet dream. Bryant. Ah, sigh not, love, tomark the tide Of Time's unsparing wind! It was not manhood's outward grace, No charm of faultless form or face, That won my heart and hand. William Pitt Palmer. Time! Time! in thy triumphal flight How all life's phantom's fleet away! The smile of hope and young delight Fame's meteor beam, and fancy's ray They bade and on...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

A Time. Wht, looking backward from his manhood' prime, ices not the specter of his misspent time? Whittier. Knows noi the weight of sleep or wearinees, -And night'b deep darkness has no chain to bind Hii rushing pinion. George D. Prsniiee. Time is indued a precious boon, But witn tiie hoon a task is #iven The heart must learn iu duty will, To-inorrow earth undOod in Heaven. M USK Cook. Not wholly can the he irt unlearn The lesson of its better hours, iforyct hi* Tun. 'e. dali 'oototcpi worn To common du-t the path of flowers. WMUiar. Touch as gently, rune! Let us glide a down thy stream Contlyas we to trie times i^lido Through a (juiet dream. -Jirj/uni. Hi, r,igh not, Une, to mark the tide Of Timt'i) liii-paruig wind! It wao not manhood's outward grace. No charm oi .a.rltle-s foim or face, That Won my heait arid hand. William I'iU Palmer. Time! Tiim in thy trnmphal flight Mow j.11 lift.*-, i)liantum' 11 away! The oinile oi hope and young di light Ifamc'rt meteoi biMin, and fancy'* r...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 December 1878

i i CScfuia 'MERRY CHRISTMAS." A DINNER DELAYED IN TIME, JBVT COOKED TO A TURK. Rotable I-east at the JC. C. A.. Boys' Rooms-Pronounced "Kerrect" by the Boys and "S Nice" by the GirlsBy Whom the Feast Was Contribute d, and to Whom the Grand Success Was Due. Twenty-four turkeys into 120 boys, and nothing remains'cept the boy s. The dem- onstration of this arithmetical stateme nt oc- curred yesterday at 1:30 o'clock p. at the C. A. feast giv en to the newsboys of the city. I waa a Christmas dinner a little delayed as to tim e, but cooked to a turn. The time and place of the banquet having been formally announced the guests were in attendance promptly on time and at the place. The baseme nt room of the Odd Fellows' block was arranged for the feast. Eight long tables were set up on them whi te cloths spread, again plates, knives and forks were distributed along the table's edge with due regularity and in close proximity. A he rear end of the long hall a tempora ry screen hid from view s...

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