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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 February 1878

""^TWina -^^%^"33-^09(a^29SSS!i THJB 'HOPPER RAVAGES. Idstof Counties and Number of Persons in Each Making Application for Seed GrainForm of Application and also of 8eed Grain Contracts. The number of persons who have made application to the grasshopper committee for seed grain has now increased to nearly five thousandnearly five hundred having applied since the publication of the number of applicants in HK GLO BE the other day. FOBM OF APPLICATION FOB SEED GBAIN. The form of the application made is as follows: STATE OF MINNESOTA, I SB. County of being duly sworn, saj-R that he is a resident'of the town of in said c'ountj. that this appli cation is made for the purpose of procuiing a loan of bushels of wheat and bushels of oats, from the State, for seed, grain, under the provisions of '"An act to furnish and distribute seed grain to suffeiers from grabohopper rav- ages," approved Februarj 13th, A. D. 1878 that this applicant has plowed and v.ill have plowed in time for seeding acres...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

jr 1 1 ~~_~,.-i 1 1 1 ji 1 I 1 1 If I I i i i 1 ill I I I_ VOLUME I. *r PEACE PROSPECTS. CONTRADICTORY REPORTS DIFFERENT FOIXTS. FROM But the General Indications Rather Favor ing PeaceReported Misunderstanding Between England and Russia Russia "Withdraws Some of Her Conditions and the Treaty of Peace to be SignedThe Usual Batch of Speculations. THE TURKISH FLEET. CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. 23.The draft of peace conditions contained a stipulation that six principal Turkish ironclads should be ceded to Russia, on the ground that other wise the Porte might sell them to England. The sultan objected to this stipulation. He stated he would prefer to destroy the vessels and promised not to transfer them to any foreign power. The incident terminated by the Sultan undertaking not to sell the iron clads to England, in consideration of which Kussia withdrew her demand for their im mediate cession. It is understood the treaty of peace is on the point of being signed. I is probable the Russian Grand D...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

HEAVEN. A lirrriKiiTO UNPUBLISHED POEM BY FELICIA HKMANS. Have you heard, have you heard of that sun bright clime, Unstained by sorrow, unhurt by time Where age hath UQ power o'er the fadeless frame, "Where the eye is fire and the heart is flame Have you heard of that sun-bright elime There are rivers of waters gushing there, Midst blossomed beauty strangely fair, And a thousand wings are hovering o'er The dazzling wing and the golden shore That's found in the sun-bright clime. There are myriads of [forms [arrayed in white Beings of beauty clothed in light That dwell in their own immortal bowers Mid the fadeless hue of the countless flowers That spring in that sun-bright clime. Then far away in that sun-bright clime Unstained by sorrow, unhurt by time, Where, amid all things fair, is given The home of thejust, and its name is Heaven, The name of that sun-bright clime. New York Champion, SAVED BY A SONG. It was Christmas eve. A cold, old fashioned Christmas, with snow lying thick on ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

#~~y I I A Mother's Prayer. &. C. A. B. Father of Heaven, our strong Defence, My children see Thou hast jrfven them to me. And taken their earthly father hence, Keep them in Christ-like innocence, And lift their hearts to Thee! Dear Saviour, everlasting Son! My only boy Is on my heart a care and jtn Teach him like Thee his race to run, And for Thy glorv.blessed One, His talects to employ. 0 Elder Brother may Thy love The sisters twain Keep pure from every earthly stain'. Send down Thy Spirit, Heavenly Dove, Truth, hope, andjoy in Thee to prove, And in Thy grace maintain! O Triune God, by faith confessed, My children three I long to consecrate to Thee, That finallv, Thy mercy rest, Eternal Trinity! IN AUNT MELTT'S CABIN. By SUETtWOOD BONNER. Twelve o'clock and a starless oigbt the sky bending so close to the earth that one might fancy that the very stsam of the world's passions condensed in the black clouds that rolled heavily across it no sound save the ceaseless soft splashing ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

mn&W (&lobt. HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Iail Globe. By Ca.-rier, per month. .86c I By Mail, per month.. .75c 3 months. .$2.50 3 months. .$2.25 6 months.. 5.00 I 6 months.. 4.00 12 months. .10.00 12 months.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail nbscribers. 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,containing in addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Bates. Fourth P...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

"wSP' MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe. Jtusiness Ofp.ee. The Business Office of the Minneapolis end of the DAILY GLOBE will, from and after this date, be found at No. 213 Hennepin avenue, up Btairs, where all friends are cordially invited to call and see us. Don't mistake the number 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs. aiIN GLOBELETS. The hand organ squeaketh and squealeth in the land. Gilmore's band has canceled their engage ment for this city. Hon. Paris Gibson has returned from the Hot Springs much improved in health. The reserved seat feature of the Dime Concerts, last evening, proved to be a suc cess. Mme. Julia Kive-King is to give a piano recital at Academy of Music, on the evening of March 12th. The Temperance .Reform Club propose to have a spelling school at the club room to morrow evening. Admittance 10 cents. The town of Excelsior, by ajnajority of 14 has voted to issue $2,.i00 in bonds for the Des Monies and Minneapolis narrow guage railway. The lectur...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

Sfagic Curtains. I know of some curtains, all lined with pink fc'llk, And borded with fringes of gold, That, fashioned of satin, the hue of rich milk, Are to fold and unfold. When darkness comes on, and the world sinks to bleep, Thei-e beautiful curtains blip down: And, all through the night-hours caressingly pweep The cheeks of all sleepert in town. And when the day dawns, andjthe people/wake up, These curtains they fold up so tight Their creamy-white fullness &o closely take up, That only the fringe is in sight! Do you know what these wonderful curtains are yet? Or, will Vou be filled with surprise, When I tell you that two are most cunningly set Right over your wondering eyes? ,Fkta Forrester, in Wide Awake. A Mormon Jtomance. In the year 1875 there lived near the town of Richmond. Ky., a family by the name of Stevens, consisting of father, mother, two sons and daughters. The youngest of the daughters, Hattie, was a beautiful girl of some fifteen summers, living near was a yo...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

THE EMBROIDERED STOCKINGS. A LO T* Story. She "was very pretty, but there came a time when I don't think I cared the least for her beauty, her soul -was so much more attractive than her body. She was no humble wild fiower maiden, but a widow who had received a magnificent dower of blue blood, including talent, and all that culture could develop in a beautiful and intellectual woman was hers all that wealth could bestow upon her she pos sessed. She had the good fortune to have no singularity of nature, but was a sym metrical and harmonious whole. I loved her, and I possessed the hum bleness of true love. The more intimate ly I knew her, she made me conscious of things that were mean in myself. Out of this feeling grew a jealousy of other men. A bitter jealousy. She was of too sunny and generous a temper to pick for flaws, nor could she know a man as other men knew him. She could not understand that Dr. Cos grove was as irritable in private as he was suave and agreeable in public, and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 February 1878

TEE WORKINGMEN. VRELIMIXARY MOVEJIEXT TOR A LXIOX. Meeting at the Old Court House Last Xight A Large Minneapolis Delegation Pres- ent-- Numerous SpeechesThe Koll of 3Ieinieihii OpenedMeeting for Fuller Organization Next Wednesday Evening. A modest notice appeared for one day in the daily papers, calling for an assemblage of the workingmen of St. Paul at the old court house, last evening. The call neither stated the object of the meeting, nor was it signed by any official hand. Notwithstanding t'jis mysterious indefiniteness. a large gather ing resulted, which not only occupied the full seating capacity of the hall, but taxed its standing room also. A glance at the audience was sufficient to assure the observer that it was a bona file meeting of working men. In the corner where the jury usually sits, was a bevy of strangers, who proved to be the following deputation from the workingrnen's union, of Minneap olis, and who were the soul and front of the movement, and the unknown callers...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 February 1878

I VOLUME I. HE WILL VETO IT. AT LEAST THAT IS THIS OPINION. GENERAL 1 arious Speculations at. to the Course of the President on the Silver BillEsti mate of Strength in the Two Houses It is Sure to 1'ass If A'etoed--The Silver Movement GrowingA Supplemental Bill Providing for Free Coinage, Ktc., to be Pas-.eil Through Congress. [Special Telegiam to THE GLOBE.] WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.The talk about the President approving the silver bill appears to come from the silver men themselves, who cannot make up their minds to believe that the President -will send in a veto. Conver sation with men nearest to the administra tion show but one sentiment, and that is a belief in the veto. The uneasy feeling among the silver inflationists is upon the increase. They see that Sherman is report ed as being satisfied this bill will not practi cally retard specie resumption, and anything that is not intensely objectionable to John Sherman, accoiding to their creed, MUST HE WRONG. Then uneasiness will culmi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 February 1878

Sailtj fglabt. BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17, WABASIIAW STKEET, ST. PAUL. Teruih-n'-nt0hnBtU$ltfin ot Subscriptio to tlie Daily Globe. B'C^ r:er By Mail, per month...75c a months..$2.25 6months.. 4.00 \lmonths.. 8.00 mootbs. 12 months. 5 .10.U) THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE OLOBK will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail ubBCribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It 1B just the paper for theflreside.containingin additionto allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.60 par year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mall subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Bates. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 February 1878

4 HAZING BY COLLEGE BOYS TROUBLE BETWEEN STUDENTS END* ING IN A BATTLE. Half a bcore of Shots Fired in a Public StreetA Sophomore Severely Wounded Freshmen Aveneing an Insult to a FreshmanStudents Gagged and Their Heads Shaved. [N. Y. Sun, Feb. 20.1 About a week ago, two members of the Princeton College sophomore class of "80, A. Atterbury of Trenton, and Car ter of Montclair, N J. went to the room of a freshman named Lane, and hazed him most unmercifully. was stripped and spanked, his hair was cut, and he was sub jected to indignities which his classmates felt called upon to resent in the most sum mary manner. The freshman class, that of '81, is unusually large, containing upward of 110 members, many of whom ai specially noted for strength." The most active mem bers of the class held a meeting and deput ed eig ht of their number, together \uth two juniors, to wreak vengeance up on the offend ing sophomoies. he majority of the fresh men and both the juniors belonged to the Alpha Sig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 February 1878

RELIGIOUS DISCUSSION. EPISCOPAL REPLY TO BISHOP IBB LAND. Rev. E Thomas Makes an Able Contrlbu. tlon to the Current Debate Among the Clergy--Another Noticeable Service by Bishop IrelandOther Church Services. Jtet: L\ S. Thomas' lleplt) to Jlishop It ehtml. At St. Paul's church last evening, the Rev. E. S. Thomas preach ed upon "Old and New Cathohci m," being a reply to Bishop Ire- land's sermon on Protestantism. took for his text the words 'The church of the living God, the pillai and ground of the truth."1 Timothy, 3d chapter, 15th verse. Prove all things, hold fast that which is good."II ThesBalomans, 5th chap., 21 v. He said his reason foi taking two texts, Nvhicli apparently run counter to each other, was becau se of the tendency of the mind to make acknowledged truth the basis of ex- treme conclusions. Almost every tiuth has its counter-truth. Justice finds its counter- tru th in mercy, foi eknow ledge in iiee will, liberty in authority. Both texts weie written by St. Paul: in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 February 1878

VOLUME I. a CONGRESSIONAL. MR. JOT HE RENEWS THE tWAR FOR THE UNION. Ben Butler's Bricks Coming--Bltn Intro duces a Supplementary Silver Coinage BillSignificant Inquiry About Union Pacific ManagementBill Forfeiting I Railroad Grants Reported for Printing Bill Transferring Indian Bureau Refer red to Committee of the Whole. Senate. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. Vice-President Wheeler, suffering seveiely from neuralgia, gave notice this morning of Ins intended ab sence for seveial dajs, and asked that a presi dent pro. tern, be designated. He will leave for Pittsburgh to-moirow on a visit to relations. Senator Conkling presented the petition of James Gordon Bennett, asking Congress to aid him in becking new discoveries at the North Pole. He had pui chased the Arctic vessel Pan dora, and intended to man and run her at his own expense. The petitioner desired that the vessel should carry the American flag. Referred to the committee on commerce. Senator Wallace introduced a bill to provide foi carr...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 February 1878

33axlg @Iob*. BY H. P. HALL. KO! 17, WABASHAWSTBEET, 8T. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. n.p.,.i .rmonth 86c I By Mail,8 per month...75c ByCarle ,^rmom months .$2.2 5 6Sooths 'idO 6months. 4 00 12 months 10(0 12 months 8 00 "THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 par year. By mail the SuNBA.it GLOBE will be one dollar per year addition to the rate given above for mall ubsenbers. THK WEEKLY GLOBE. The WruKhY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It 1B jnst the paper for the nreside.containing in additionto allthecurrent news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of fi\e (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Dtiily Globe Advertising Kate*. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 February 1878

CHAMBER OF COMMEECE. Exhibits for ParisImmlirration, High School and Como Park. At the meeting of the Chamber of Com merce yesterday the following circular letter was presented: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OP AGHIOULTOEE, WASHINGTON, D. Feb. 15,1878. In pursuance of authority vested in him by Congress, approved December 15, 1877, the Commissioner of Agriculture has undertaken "to collect and prepare, as far as possible, and with as little delay as possible, suitable speci mens of the agricultural productions of the several States and Territories of the Union for exhibition at the Paris Exposition." He therefore proposes to accept, from anv source whatsoever, specimens of vegetable pro ductions of every description, capable of ready preservation and exhibition, and of materials manufactured from them. The latter will in clude intermediate products of the methods of manuf ucture, which may be so arranged as to show, as faras is possible by means of them, the processes invohod. The condit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 February 1878

i THE LEUISLATUKE. DIGEST PROCEEDINGS YLSTERDAY. Donnelly Wants to indorse Brandt, but Don fc Succeed-Capitol Extension Bill Recommended to Pass-Text Book Bill (special Order for To-day at 3 m. A Evening Session on the Page Busi ness. Senate. ~*3Ka" This body met at 7 30, with a good working attendance. After roil call and reading of the journal Senator Doran moved that the vote by which the report of the com mittee of the whole on Friday last was adopt ed, be leconsidered, which motion prevailed. On the Senator's motion, the bill foi a bdttrd of immigration, recommended to be indehn ltely postponed, was excepted fiom the re port and laid upon the table thus giving the Senate an opportunity to remedy the mis take it made not passing the bill when up before. One of the bills cieating discussion while in eommittee was that of Senator Nelson, amending the law of foreclosure by action The principal change proposed is in themoved manner of sale and ledemption. In the law as it now stands...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 February 1878

,:.rjt:: VOLUME I. I! CMGEESSIOML. FERRY CHOSEN PRESIDENT PRO. TEM. OF SENATE. Unimportant Proccedl liesThe Ghost of the Presidential Fraud Again Appears to the HouseBen. Butler Lays Down His Fi nancial PlatformQuestioned by Chitten den, He Brings that Gentleman to Grief. Senate. WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.The secretary called the Senate to order to-day owing to the absence of Vice President Wheeler. Senator Anthony submitted a resolution that Hon. T. W. Ferry be chosen president pro tem. Senator Bayard moved an amendment pro riding for a vote by ballot. Rejeted, yeas 28, nays 28. The question then recurred on the resolution of Senator Anthony, and Senator Wallace moved to substitute the name of Thurman for that of Ferry. Rejected, yeas 28, nays 29. Senator Davis, of Illinois, voted with the Democrats in the affirmative. The original resolution was then agreed to, and Senator Ferry was escorted to the Presi dent's deBk|by Senator Thurman. Before tak ing the chair he said, "Thanking you, Se...

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 February 1878

^^SLgtaawi^ySWfi ~r ~-K $ailij moU, BY HAL L. NO. 17, WABASHAW 8TKEET, ST. PAUL. Verms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. nr. f ner per month I By Mail, per month.. .7Bc months..$285c 5 0 3 months .$2.2 5 6 months 00 I 6 months.. 4.00 12 months .1010 I 12 months. 8 00 THE SjUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail ubscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLODE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the nreside,containing in addition to allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, ftc. It is furnished to Bingle subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Dally Globe Advertising Kates. Four...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 February 1878

sawfewssfflgiiBffi w^jwWW1MtS aJifc^ itr--im 'inr- MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe. Business Office. The Business Office of the Minneapolis end Of the DAIIY GLOBE will, from and after this date, be found at No. 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs, where all friends are cordially invited to call and see us. Don't mistake the number 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs. NEW CHARTER FOR MINNEAPOLIS. A Secret Scheme Which Some One Wishes to Crowd Through on the Quiet. An act has just been brought down from Hennepin county providing for an entire change of the city government of Minneap- olis. It contemplates dividing the city into six wards, two on the east side and four on the west three aldermen to be elected from each ward to hold office three yeai.-s, but at the first election, to be elected respectively for one, two and three years. It provides for uniting the school boaids and fire departments of the two divisions, and for pooling the division debts as one general deb...

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