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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 January 1879

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS BpnclaUy KpTt fr ttio Maliv ftlnhe MlKKKAI'Otlt GlOUKJLliTS. The real e&tate transfers lecorded during the past tea du\s aggregate $75,422. Get out your stieet sprinklers, the streets were too dusty for anything jesteiday. A bieak in the water mam corner of Tenth avenue south and Fourth slre. needs attend ing to. An interesting series of revival meetings are in pro,re^ at Centenary church and are being well aireuded. Itadolph Rhnkenbersj'a etc le was entered ni^hi before last, and a sinill quantity ot cigars and tobacco was earned away. Jtirj Weber, of Anoka, vho recently wa3 taken Mulently insai e, passed through the city jesterday en route foi St. Peter. Scarlet fe\er is repoitcd in the city, but only one authentic case can be Uactd up. Tim one i= in the Eist Division neat the State TJni veriuj. There will be an interesting turkey thoot at the pavilion, Lake Calhoun, this afternoon. Tho liiQcj iLib and seveidl Minneapolis citizens will paiticipaie. Judge John ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 January 1879

AGONY ENDED. FRANK AXD BURKE BOTH ARISE AND GO HOME, Judge Wilkin Everlastingly Knocks the United States of America Into Smither- eensHe Decides That the Papers Arc Not Sufficient and Discharges Frank Burke's Counsel Attempt to Enter a Pro- testGrand finale to Slow Music. The great infcer-Stato affair between Iho co m- monwealth of Illino's and Minnesota reached a seeming finality esterday. I anticipation of the outcome, a laige crowd assembled in the district court to see and hear Jndge Wil- kin's decision. see it, more than to hear it to sea how frank would look if held to see how Burke would act if Frank were discharged. The crowd got into possession of the court room some half houi before the court camo in. Every seat was taken, and standing space was at a premium. Through this crowd, Deputy Sheriff Harrison wedged an avenue, and through it Judge Wilk in reached the bench, and, without pieface, delivered the following decision tTudqe Wilkin's incision. I giving my decision in th...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

*K VOLUME II. 803IE RACY EVIDEXVE GIVEN YES- TERDAY AT MINNEAPOLIS. A Man Who Wvas Discharged Reeause Voted for DonnellyAnother Paid $15 to Vote for Washburn-Ed. Stevens Tells How the Minneapolis Campaign Was Ron The Attempt to Arouse a Local Feeling Against St. PaulThat Famous Meeting Which the King Family Disturbed. The examination of witnesses in the Donnel ly-Washburn contested election case \sas con tinued in Minneapolis yesterday. The first witness was ANDBSW P. BEXiBBQ. Ho testified that he was employed at Smith A Parker's sash, door and bhud factory, and the day after election was discharged by Mr. Parker. Mr. Parker asked some of the men if he (Helberg) had said the workmen would get ^iperdiy if Donnelly was elected. Wi'ness had supported Donnelly, and the other men in the factory weio for Washburn. He was the only man discharged, and he knewno other leasontorit except suppoit of Donnelly. Am acquainted with Olo Makla he woiked in tho same place heard him say that he liked ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

S r-,V 3Daity Elnh OtHoial IPaper of the City ofS t. Paxil Printed and Published Every Day in the Year, BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17 WABASHAW STKEKT, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription for the Daily Globe By carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. y uiail (without Sunday edition) 6 papers per week, 60 cents per month. By mail (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per week, 70 conta per month. TH53 SUMBAY GL.OBJ5. By mall the SPHDAX GLOBS will be one dollar pet year. THE WEEKLY IiOlS. The T7SBKI.X GrLOBK is a mammoth sheet, exael! (ionble tha stee of the Dally. It is jnst the papej (for theflr-eide,containingin additionto all thecurrent news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, marke' reports, *c. It is furnished to single subscribers ai $1.00 per year. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions All mall subscriptions payRblo invariably in advance ST. PAOI.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1879. HE Chicago Times prints a letter under the heading of The Minnesota Metropolis." It is scarcely nece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS 9-^tBiiy Knrtr for Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS Gl OJJKLETS. Tha county commissioners meet next Mn day. Lota of tramps in town. Look out for them. Dime social and concert at Centenary church to-night. The ice men hive nearly completed their wiutei's harvest. The Minneapolis Eastern railroad is to be ex tended to St. Paul. Tue S:ato Poultry show still continues to at tract its f-Jxiro of attention. After Sat mday all visitors aro to La excluded from the Washburn mill, as they interfere with the workmen. Mrs. Mary Livermore to lecture in Associa tion hall this evcni-.ig, and should bo listened to by a crowded house. At the municipal court, yesterday, two drunks weie fined $5 each and J. II. Hunting ton and Josephine Jones, for being found in a house of ill-fame, were lined 10 each. A 16-year-old lad has been arrested for drunk enness, and Fred Heller, an old offender, and a man named Hailing, saloon keepers, wi.l have a heaving to-morrow for selling the lad liquor. A meeti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

THE SWINDLIN KETTLE Meeting of the Special Committee X.88t 2f iitJitA General Feeling Thai the Swin dle Must Go. The joint committee of the legislature on "the little swindling brass kettle" held a pie. liminary meeting at the Meicbants hotel last liight. There were present SmatorsBonniwell, Mealey. Kahilly, McCrca. Officer, Williom-., Pillsbnry and Page, and Kppiesentatnes Campbell. W. M., Bar-ness, Smith, Kiebe, Bcliri'ih, Cummins, Power. The meeting was orgnmztd by tho election of Senator lUhilly to piesidc, aud Mr. Powers as Beoietary. Mr. Campbell, 1o arrive at a ppcedy consum ation, moved that the brass tester be abili6_e a^ tho giade test of wheat in the State ot Min nesota. This provoUed a long discussion, participat ed in at length and with a Kie.it iieqneney and freedom, by evrry member. Mr. Bouniwt-ll seconded the above motion. He and Mr. (Jump hell cpoko to tho point. The faimeis throughout the Stdto were advocating and urg ing its a oUtion. It was expected that the legi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

Jsf ^""apj THE GRASPING MATURE CALIFORNIAN8. ~w OUT IN DEADWOOD.speechd OP THE Attempt to Hob the Small Miners by Organ ized CapitalMurder Kesorted to With out HesitationBusiness Checked and Miuiujj Paralyzed. DE\D\VOOD, D. T., Jan. 20.The past month has been nrolifie with exciting events, notable therein being the Cheyenne outbreak, of which the GLOBE ban been fully informed by tele graph, and the conflict at Lead City between the California (Homestake) company, and miners, or as it is termed heie.the wai between labor and capital. This latter calamityfor viewing it in whatsoever light wo will, it be comes a great and deploiable calamityis still embryotic and very portentious of evil. I is not solely the lesult of lecent transactions, but the culmination of a policy pursued by a des potic money power whose motto in all things has been rule or ruin. Buefly told, the stoiy as follows: The gieat gold belt of the Hills shows, for reason of more extensive develop ment, its greatest rich...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

A TERRIBLE HISTORY. The Michigan Insane Asylum at Kalama- zooA Story That Should Have Seen Told 'Six Tears Ago Published Now to Call At tention to a Continuing WrongA Solemn Voice of Protest and of Warning. I Port Huron (Mich.) Sunday Commercial.] The story published below is not intended aa a newspaper sensation. I is a plain recital, made and published wholly in the interest of he poor, dependent inmates of the Michigan asylum forth insane at Kalamazoo. Inasmuch as the lady, a part of whose expe rience there it isand who was never violently insanewas a resident of Port Huron before she was sent to the asylum, and has resided here quietly with her son and daughter for six 3 eats since her escape as^he has bought her a home and paid lo it has sjone into the circuit court and by vntueoC her own unshaken testi mony, sustained and corroborated, reclaimed property which a rascally husband had endeav ored to filch from her: as she has demonstrated her s.uuty in many ways and because her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

OU IN DEADWOOD. TITS GRASPTXG NATURE CALIPORSIAXS. A tteiupt to Rob the Small Miners by Organ ized CapitalMurder Resorted to With out HesitationBusiness Checked and Mining Paralyzed. DEVDWOOD, D. T., Jan. 20.The past month has been prolific with exciting events, notable therein being the Cheyenne outbreak, of which 1 he GLOBE has. been fully infoimed by tele graph, antl the conflict at Lead City between the California (Homestake) company, and miners, or as it is termed heie, the war between labor and capital. This latter calamityfor tewing it in whatsoever light we will.it be comes a great and deplorable calamityis still embij otic and very poitentions of evil. It is l^ot solely tho lesult of recent transactions, bujf the culmination ot a policy pursued by a des potic money power whose motto in all things has been rule or ruin. Briefly told, the story is as follows: The great gold belt of the Hills shows, for reason of more extensive develop ment, its gieate^t richness the raounta b...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 31 January 1879

6 Sf"""^ A TEEEIBLE HISTORY. Tht i Michigan Insane Asylum at Kalama zoo A. Story That Should Save Seen Told Six Years Ago Published Now to Call At tention to a Continuing WrongJ. Solemn Voice of Protest and of Warning. (Port Huron (Mich.) Sunday Commercial.] The story published below is not intended as a newspaper sensation. It is a plain recital, made and published wholly in the interest of the poor, dependent inmates of the Michigan as lum for the insane at Kalamazoo. Inasmuch as the lady, a part of whose expe rience there it isand who was never violently insanewaa a resident of Port Huron bofore aha was sent to the asylum, and has resided here quietly with her son and daughter foi six years since her escape a^ sho has bought her a home and paid tor it has gone into the circuit com i and b) virtue of her own unshaken testi mony, sustained and corroborated, reclaimed property which a rascally husband had endeav ors! to filch from her: as 6he has demonstrated her sanity in many ways...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

i I ,'.HiJA~Fi "WJ*|f'H| VOLUME II. NATIONAL NOTES. CONGRESS AND GENE It,IL WASHING TON NEWS. Bnporta on Indian Transfer Submitted to tha SenateThe House Decides Against Auother "War ClaimMessage of the President Upon tha Ne Yorls Xomlna tlons--Messrs. Arthur and Cornell Charg ed With Prostituting Their Offloes to Party PurposesOther Matters of Inter est. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Senate. TERRITORIAL GOVERNORS. WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.A letter of the sec retary of the interior regarding an increase of sahries of Governors of Territories was referred to the committee on appropriations. CREDENTIALS. The Vice President laid before the Senate the credentials of Gaorge G. Vest, elected United States Senator from Missouri. Placed on file. PENSION CLERKS. Senator Yoorhees, from the committee on pensions, reported a resolution instructing the secretary of the interior to report the ad ditional clerical force necessary in the pen sion office p.nd pension branch of the surgeon general's offios to giv...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

Xail 0 GHnbe. Official Taper of tlie City ofSt. Paul Printed and Published Every Day in the Year, P. HALL. WO. 17 WABASHAW STREET, ST. PATIIi. Terms of Subscription for the Daily Globe. By earner (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. By mall (without Sunday edition) papere per week, 60 cents por month. By niall (with Sunday editiou) 7 papers per week, 70 ow.N pei month. TAB SU^D GI.OB. By ma.ll the HtrasAV QLOBB will be one uiuar per year, TH WEEKLY GLOna, Xhe WnKKi.Tr I4I,OBK 1B a aimnu it nUeei, ?xaot!T doable the size of the Dally. It i* mst the iiipe for the fli e8tug,coutalutng in addition ti tilth? cm iein news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, uiarkei jepurts, ko. It la furnished to siuglo BuriscrPmM $1.00 per year. Poatvje prepaid by the publisher on all editions All mail 8iibcrlp1ions i ivaMa Invariably In advance Daily Globe Advertising Rates, Fourth Page 5 cents por line every Insertion. Third Page 5 cents per line for the first week. All ubseqneiit inseitions 3 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

VOLUME II. NATIONAL NOTES. VOVGRE8S AND GEN Lit 4.1 WASHING TON NE irs. Reports on Indian Transfer Submitted to the Sen.ite--The Homo Decides Against Another "War ClaimMassage of the President Upon the Ne York Nomlsa ions--Messrs. Arthur and Cornell Charg ed With Prostituting Their Offloes to Party PurposesOther Matters of Inter est. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Senate. TERRrTORIAL GOVERNORS. WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.A letter of the sec retary of the interior regarding an increase of salaries of Governors of Territories was referred to the committee on appropriations. CREDENTIALS. The Tice President laid before the Senate the credeutials of George G. Vest, elected United States Senator from Missouri. Placed on file. PENSION CLEBX5. Senator Voorhees, from the committee on pensions, reported a resolution instructing the secietary of the interior to report the ad ditional clerical foice necessary in the pen sion offioe pnd pension branch of the surgeon general's office to give to applicants prompt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

m^mm"M^mm*. ailu Ci (Elnbe. Official Paper of trie City of St. IPivul Printed and Published Every Day in the Year, a HALL. NO. 17 WABAHUAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms or Subscription for the Daily Globe. By carrier (7 papers per week) 70 cents per month. By mail (.without Sunday edition) 6 paperB per week, 61) cents per mouth. By mall (with Sunday edition) 7 papers per weefe, 70 cents pel' month. HE SUNDAY GLOBE. By mall tae SVJKAY GLOBS will b* ana dollar pei year.. TETS? WEEKLY flT.OWIB, l'ne Wsasat/s Cti.rais a uiaiatt. -tfiaoi, *xs.ot!j alible the size of tho WaAly. It insi the- papei for the areBlde.oontalnlng-ioaddltui tUtbecna-eu: npws, choice miscellany, agSHttdrure! matter, uinrket reports, fco. It is famished Sfrslvsto bUoiKirilww *i $1.00 pw year. Postage prepaid by the publishex* on all edirionp All mH snbBcripdonB payable Invariably In tdvstioe. Daily Globe Advertising Kates, Fourth Page 5 cents per Hue every insertion. Third Page 5 cento per une 'or the first week. All sno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Sltm-tull? Kt*ioj|o ror th Dallv Olohp TUU LAKE 1* IRK. A. Zrtrg* Xnmfti nf Iliferent, Parlies Div cuss thn AiliutnttHj'a J'nrtout h'oints J.tiLe MninftttnUit Coiit'ttlfrt tnhn iVe-etn im titli/ thi bttpri I IJ- oj All Others. The meeting of the Northwestern Park association, held at the council ohaniber, terihiy af tei noon, was largely attended, The meeting was opened with Dr. Keith, of Min neapolis the chair. Dr. Keith stated at length the object of the association, and the causa foi c.Vlmi the meeting. He then ex plained that it %vas the desire tV.t all inter ested in the mons points named, vir: White J3e ike ike Citv and Muinetonka, should ue an txpie^ion of their viewj. Speakeis v.-t-ie then called for. ]\lr. Hare, ^presenting the S a Paul & Diiluth lttilroml company, stated that he was present to speak of the advan ae- of locat ing at White Bear, --peaking in the interest of this company on!v. Dr Per in*, of Excelsior, thought Like Muinetonka opoke for Ks...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

4 3 EE Can't Agree. the defendant. 3=aWBS52CS CRIMINAL CALENDAR. The Conundrum as to Who Killed Alex. Hamilton Settled, hut the Slayer Dls- cliargedThe Unfortunate Girl Who Sold $12.50 Worth of FurnitureHer Jury The two big oasea on the criminal calendar for this term were tried before Judge Wilkin yesterday. Big, in that one involved the re- sponsibility for the life of a human being big, in that the other had a poor, forlorn and forsaken woman, an outcast from sooiety, as "WHO KILLED ALEXANDER HAMILTON?" James Ira Beach was arraigned and tried for the slaying of Alexander Hamilton on the 15th day of last November in Tom Mc Dermott'a e'aloon, since closed by the aw he had violated in opening it A jury was empaneled without difficulty. Mr. Rogers made a statement of the case. virtually admitted that no orimmal in tent was alleged th.3 prosecution claimed that a human beinc had been unexpectedly deprived of his life by the cul pab le negligence of the defendant. I this connection cou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

'W MINNEAPOLIS WORK1N&MEN. Ho You Want to Add to Tour Burdens by Voting a Quarter of a Million More Bonds? MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 31The question has been asked, will the workingmen of this city vote bonds to the amount of $250,000 for the building of narrow-gauge railways? A.s the junior partner of that firm I should like to respond. W want all those project ed routes providing we can have them without the foreclosu re of that public mortgage called taxes. There is no portion of the commu nity as well acquainted with the good results of an enterprise that has work connected with it as the workingmanthe mechanic W want to surv ey those routes and con stru ct those roadsw want to cut the ties and lay the track we want to build the en gines, oars stations, elevators, depots and all belongings that is sure to accompany this great enterprise. W are willing to pay our share toward this undertaking, providing we do not swamp ourselv es in doing it. Oar taxes daring the last three years have...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1879

A N KTHE RIDGE EPISODE. A Wirkarl Correspondent Criticise* the House of Hope and Its Late Member. St. Paul Letter in Chicago Times, Jan. 29.1 If St, Paul followed the fashion of other cities in having a first-class defaulter and bank tbief, she can surely boast of a first class penitent in the same person. He is as lachrymose and prayerful as W. 0 Gilman but rather more satisfying in a partial re turn of his plunder. Mr. Etheridge has given three pronounced surprises: First, in flight second, in his repentence, and third, in the medium of his restitution. First, in his flighta man of grace, an edifying, if ''not an active member" of the House of Hope, which means the boss meet ing-house of this enterprising town, a fugi tive, a thietwhy, it was more scandalous tliaa if he had slipped his cable from any other denominational mooring, where the commercial theory ot salvation wasn't quite so prouounced. But the House of Hope, the church of the heavenly elimination, is we.l and exclusive...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 February 1879

VOLUME II. Opening of the Legislative Investiga tion Yesterday. CRUELTY QUESTION CONSIDERED. A Straightforward Story from a For mer Guard in the Prison. COFFEY REPEATS HIS CHARGES, And the Ex-Guard Confirms it in Many Important Particulars. SHOCKING BRUTALITY DETAILED An Inspector Thinks the Prison Right, but Cannot Answer for its Management. all Pursuant to adjournment the joint special committee appointed by the legislature to investigate tae charges of cruelty and rnis maaageraent on the part ot the warden and deputy warden of the State prison met at their room the cipitol yesterday morning at o'clock. Present, Senators Wedge and D. Buck, and Ksprosenta .ives Donohue, Denny, James Smith, Jr., Larssen and 0 H. Stacy. Warden J. A. Reed was pres ent in person. The p^r diem and mileage of witnesses was fixed at .he same rates as is allowed by the district courts, $ per day and six cents }*n mile. IF", D. IiamiK/an Sworn. Interrogate! by Senator Back. Reside in Minneapolis hive lived ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 February 1879

~i 4To 1* "No More Sea." Aye, artists come to paint it and writers, to put in a book, How grand in storm, and fair in calm, the old North Sea can look, I've wondered to hear them talking, how to mimic in music or song, The voice ttyit thrills the brooding air with its thunder low and long Since never aught but itself, I wot, could sound like its angry roar, "When its breakers rise to the east winds' call, to crash on the rocky shore. But rough or smooth, in shade or shine, the face of the mighty main Can speak of little else to me, but memory, fear, or pain. Father and husband, and bold bright boy, it has taken them one by one I shall lie alone in the churchyard there, when my weary days are done. God never sent me a maiden bairn, to stay by me to the last, So I sit by the restless tides alone, by the grave of all my past By the waves so strong and pitiless, that have drowned life's joy for me, And thmk of "the land where all shall meet, the land wheie is no more sea." Tet I cannot ...

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