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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 March 1878

TURNS OUT THIN. WHICH IF AS THE ItESULT Of THE CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE COX. The Committee Take Evidence Relative to Judge Cox's Conduct at Fairmont The Charges Not SustainedThe Com mittee Prepare a Report Exonerating Him. The special committee appointed by the House lo investigate the charges against Judge E. St. Julien Cox, relative to conduct on the bench at Fairmont, Martin county, held its investigation yesterday afternoon. The committee was composed of Messrs. S. I*. Campbell. J. West, Day, Edson and Bohan. Besides the committee there were present Judge Cox, his attorney, James Smith, Jr., and Mr. Goodrich, who appeared as prosecutor, and THE GLOBE reporter. The public at large were excluded, owing to the small capacity of the room. As neither Judge Cox or the committee objected to re porters being present, they were allowed to remain, and, for once, an investigation was inaugurated which was not a star-chamber affair. As the evidence progressed, it was very apparent that no case...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 March 1878

VOLUME I. JWBB WASHINGTON. SILVER AND RESUMPTION IN CON- GRESS. Supplementary Silver Bill to be Introduced in the House, with Unlimited Coinage Doubts as to Resumption Repeal in the SenateBelief that Geo. S. Boutwell will be Appointed First Comptroller of the Treasury, Though Ex-Governor Austin is Urged for the PlaceInteresting Treasury ComparisonPreparation of the General Appropriation Bill. [Special Telegram to THE GLOBE.] WASHINUTON, March 3.Those who are dissatisfied with the present silver law are beginning to form plans for future action. The first attempt will doubtless be made on Monday by Springer, of Illinois, who has the floor in the House to move to suspend the rules. He has prepared a supplemental silver bill which provides for UNLIMITED COINAGE, and for an issue of bullion certificates. The supporters of the measure expect a vote of two-thirds in the House and a majority in the Senate, but there is little probability that such a bill could be passed over a veto. 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. — 4 March 1878

"5FH, P. MALM NO. 17, WABABHAW HTBEET, BT. PAUL. r*rin* of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Ca rler, per moDtb~8ScJ By Mail, per month.. .7Se ^months.. tt! finUMithK.. 5.00 12! month*. .Kl."01 3 months..$2,: 6 months.. 4/XJ 12mnths.. 8.00 H'J'. PAUL, MONDAY, MAltCH 4, 1878. THE IHHUE. The uestion for members of the Legislature to consider, is whether they should collect a private claim which properly belongs in the courts, or secure a nccond Pacific railroad for Minnesota. It ought not to take a great while to decide this point. A O HUUHEHDElt. The whole plan of State text books for school* in pernicious, and one whi ch should never have been inaugurated. Instead of strengthening what as been done, it oug ht to be wiped out altogether. An a general rule, however, it is pretty, safe to leave a doubtful measure to the people. 'J his is particularly so where the proposed measure is one direct ly affecting the pockets of the people. I this view it is perhaps as well for the Merrill A...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 March 1878

From Sunday's Edition. |TAe remainder of the matter on this page is from the SUNDAI GLOBE and comprises tlie more important Telegraphic and Local News and Markets, which appeared in that edition yesterday^ THE LEGISLATURE. Senate. Si. PAUL, Feb. 2, 1878.By Senator Mealey To authorize the commissioners of Mille Lacs county to compromise and settle with the sureties of S. L. Staples, late treasurer of that county. Passed. By Senator C. D. Gilfillan, authoring the board of education of the city of St. Paul to issue bonds for $50,000 for high school pur poses, only $15,000 of such bonus to be issued and used in the year 1878. By Senator PageTo amend the general laws for the arrest and conviction of horse thieves. Requires presentation of certificates to the auditor of the State. By Senator HallAuthoiizing Yellow Medi cine county to issue bonds in $5,000, ti fund its floating debt. Passed. By Senator HemFo a fiee biidgc acro.sa the Minnesota zivci at Belle Plaine. Scott county. By Senato...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 March 1878

ST. PALL AND ST. LOUIS. Two Throujrli Trains Daily Between The-e CitiesThe Firt Train Started Last Night. Another vast enterprise, v. hich will eventu ate largelj in the development of this city and the resources of this State, was inaugurated yesterday, the day of smashing. St. Paul this morning may rightfully felicitate herself upon the completion of another link in the vast choir of railroad intercommunication of which she is either the entrqiot or the terminus. Some weeks ago THE GLOBE exclusively an nounced that the presence in St. Paul of cer tain magnates of divers, Iowa and Wisconsin railroads was owing to arrangements being then perfected, whereby the lines they reprebented could be brought into more intimate alliance with those ot this 8tate. The consummation of those arrangements was witnessed at 8:25 last night, when the first train of cars left St. Paul direct for St. Louis and Kanas City, Missouri. The railroads combined in this, movement arc the Chicago,Milwaukee &...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 March 1878

5 ta-tl win, |^i VOLUME I. CONCESSIONAL. A BUSINESS DAY IN MACII HOUSE. Senator Windoiu Promises a Speech on Mississippi ImprovementSenator Davis Exposes a Little Steal of District Attor- neysThe House Passes the Senate's Mexi- can Pension BillA Bill Introduced to Authorize a Commission to Supervise the Improvement of the Mississippi. St nate. WASHINGTON, March 4.Vice President "Wheeler occupied the chair to-day. Senator Morrill, in presenting petitions in favor of the appointment of a commission on the subject of the alcoholic liquor traffic, gave notice that Wednesday next he would move to postpone th pending and all prior orders and proceed to the consideration of that bill. Senator Windom presented resolutions of the Minnesota Legislature, favoring an appropria tion foi prompt and thorough improvement of the Mississippi river from the Falls of St. An thony to Ne Orleans. Referred. gave no tice that at some convenient time he would ask the indulgence of the Senate to bubmit some ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 March 1878

^p^i&tw5ww7if^^^wp'Ty^Titf*ijM& hlTTl'l'tWjjpiiiWlSi'llilil'ir'lllit' ihSTjillllllV^lilllllr'--rT-niirtir^-.r11\niY gailij SIxrXxje -^^-^XiXs^^STB^ST. PAUL. Ter^nTofI SubscriptiocnI to the Dailmonth...75. O Globe 85 Mall per By Carrier, wtnf Vso ^months. .$2.28 6 months 12 months. 5 (JO to) -^5ESUNIAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furaislied every day In the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 ^By mail the SUNDAT OI.OBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail ubscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly donble the size of the Daily. It is just the paper Tor the fireside,containing In addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at gl.60 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. AH mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. ally Glob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 March 1878

m%. W.'.'WI MINNEAPOLIS NEWS ill! Specially Reported for the Dally Globe, MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. The Minneapolis & St. LOUIB railroad com* pany employ 181 men. Mr John H. Bacon succeeds Mr. J. 8. Parker in the office of the Nicollet. Lent commences, to-morrow. Itb effect on the social circles of Minneapolis will be mani- fest. 1 he ladies of the franklin a\enue M. E. church will hold an entertainment at the church to-moirdw evening. The city should build a sidewalk fiom the lockup to Washington avenue, and not compel policemen to wade thiough alley mud ankle deep. An attempt was made laht night to file the lumber yard, corner of tirst avenue north and 5th Btreet. The In was dihcovtred and the attempt frustiated. The Hessian band ivc. delightful concert in Ilaimoma Hall, Sundaj evening ldbt, in re sponse to the solicitations of thou numcious German friends in this citj. During the past jear the Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad received 153,392,806 pounds of freight at Minneapol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 March 1878

EMMETT'S CENTENNIAL. Xff-E T. PJLCX CKTJEBRATIOX SIGHT. w -A i$T f&..r 8 LAST tetter from Hon. 11. BrlsbiuSpeecbes by Father Shanley, Hon. I Donnelly and OthersResolutions Adopted. Last night the meeting in Armory hall to celebrate the centennial of Kobert Emmet's birth, wan well attended, there being some four hundred present. Hon. W. Dawson was called to the chair, and thanked the audience in a few well chosen sentences, and spoke in eulo gistic glowing terms of bis countryman whom they had come together to honor. Mr. O'Con nor was elected secretary by acclamation. The chairman, calling the meeting to order, request ed the secretary to read a letter received from Hon. J. B.Brisbin, as follows: S T. PAUL, March 4th, 1878. Messrs. Manning and other Committe: GENTLEME N: A unexpected business sum mons to Wisconsin prevents me the pleasure of speaking at the Emmett anniversary and par ticipating in the reminiscences and felicita tions of this evening. The occasion is sadly gratefu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 March 1878

fTT mtm 11 I it- ^^^^KTf^rr VOLUME I. CHICAGOIZED. Hot Springs, Arkansas. Destroyed bv Fire! Loss Nearly 300,000. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 5.A spocial to "the Evening Star gives the following partic ulars of ohe great fire at that place this morn ing: HOT SFRIKGS, Ark., March 5.About 1:80 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in a shanty occupied by a negro named Greenlee. The fire communicated to the French restau rant and thence north and south OK both sides of the street. ALL THE BUILDINGS ARE BCUNED, north of Rockafellow's drug store and south of Malvern crossing. About 250 buildings were destroyed and an immense stock of goods. AH there is but one street in the valley, the steam er was cut off and could afford no relief to the lower end of town until the flames had been checked above. Then the horses, firemen and engine DASHED THKOUGH THE FLAMES to the Sumpter house and came around the avenue and Quinn hill, and are now at eight o'clock, fighting the fire at the south end of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 March 1878

ffailn (Ho**. BY H. F.HAIL, MO. 17, WABASHAW BTB^fe, BT. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. Br Carrier, per month 85c I By Mail, per month.. .75c Jmontbs $2 50 6 months 5 00 I 12 months 10.G0) mie i5U Kmnth.V. 800 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. B,yy mail the SUNDAY^ GLOBE THE WEEKLY GLOBE. reports, &c It is furnished to single subscribers at Daily Globe Advertising: Bates. above rates Al Advertisin is computed as No paieil, 10 hues to an inch. Heading Matter Notices, First, Second and Fourth Pages, 25 cents per line. Jading Matter Notices, Third Page, 20 cents per line. "Special Locals," Second Page, 15 cents per line. The GLOBE offers no yearly space, but proposes to charge by the line for the space occupied, and the charge for the last day will be the same as for the first, no matter how many insertions are made. Rates are fixed exceedingly low, and no charge is made fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 March 1878

":j.v WISCONSIN LEGISLATURE. The Prohibition Resolution DefeatedThe Senate Endorses Local Option and Kills the Restoration of Capital Punishment Capitol Enlargement. [Special Telegram to THE GLOME.] MADIBOJC, "Wis., March 5.In the Senate Price's resolution for amendment to the constitution pro hibiting the traffic in intoxicating liquors came up and was discussed at length. Senators Price and Rey nold* made strong arguments in its favor, and Sena tors Anderson, Wing and others against. The reso lution wasfinallykilled, 13 to 14. Bills passed: The local option law for villages and towns for exhibi tion of Wisconsin dairy products at the Paris exhibi tion providing for seven fish commissioners. Bills wore concurred in appropriating $9,500 to H. N. Smith, State prison commissioner, for money lost in the bursted Corn Exchange bank of Wanpun for the preservation of trout in St. Croix county. Bills killed: Amending the railroad law so as to prevent persons using unfenced as well as fenced...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 6 March 1878

NETT AN .nil. THE SKELETONIX THE SOMER VILLB CLOSET. Nam t,l ,art He Api"* jr|0naldsnMrs. Somerville'*, Confession ___ .ry Remarkable Document Oondonement Set Up as the Kefense Kemarkable Appearance of the Defend ant in CourtTestimony of the Neigh- borsDid "Jim"Forgive "Nett?"That's the Conundrum. Yesterday morning, the divorce cane of J. W. Sorocrville vs. Henrietta Smerville, was called in the district court, Judge Simons on the bench. Col. Ham Davidson appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. J. J. Eagan for the defense. From the fact, perhaps, that no jury had been summoned in the case,very little publicity attended the proceedings, and at no time dur ing the day did the spectators number more, at the most, than a dozen. Before the couit opened, Mrs. Somerville took a place within the enclosure,on the opposite side of the room from the attorneys, the witness stand and THE GLOBE representative, the sole member of the press present. The defendant was, apparently, the least interested p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 7 March 1878

VOLUME I: FUN IN CONGRESS. GARFIELD EXPERTLY EL AYS PIG IRON KELLEY. The Senate Passes the Worthiiigton & 5iou Falls Railroad BillAlso the Long Bond Bill, Providing for an Issue of Four Per Cents Payable in Either Coin or Green backs. Senate. WASHINGTON, March 6.Senator Haddock from the committee on public lands submitted a resolution authorising the committee con sidering the memonal of Win. McGarrahan to send tor persons and papers, take testimony and employ a stenographer. Agreed to. The Senate bill to authorize the Worthington & Sioux Falls railroad company to extend its load into the terntoiy of Dakota to the village of Sioux Falls, was taken up, discussed and passed. Senatoi Chaffee, from committee on public lands, reported a substitute for the Senate bill, authorizing the citizens of Coloiado. Nevada, and the Territories to fell and remove timber on the public domain foi mining and domestic purposes, Placed on the calendar. Senatoi Plumb, fiom the committee on public ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 7 March 1878

rW-~ .a^il^iSii***- ~^IMIITTTT HI iiT'iTTMiiairnMlii" ^Bmty (&lvb. HAI.L, NO. IT, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PATTL. Terms of Subscription to the Bally Globe. By Carrier, per month 85c I By Mall, per month..."7!fe 3 months .$260 8 months. .$8.25 6 months 5.00 6 months.. 4 00 12 months. .10.001 12 months.. 8 00 ST. PAUL, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. Two or three more Merrill educational bchemes would require legislative sessions of 365 days each. SENATOR NELSON'S bill relative to the ex- tension lines of the St. Paul and Pacific road passed the House last evening and now ouly awaits the Governor's signature to be come a law. THE Senate has all but fifty of its own bills disposed of, and last evening cleared its table of House bills sent in to it. But the woodchucks are being slaughtered in the other branch. REV. MCKIBBEM expresses surprise at the discourteous treatment accorded him by the Pioneer Pros*. Mr. McKibben is evidently unacquainted with'the nature of the animal he is dealing with....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 7 March 1878

4i^- i ^MW^m ALL AROUND THE GLOBE. Lord Beaconsfield is said to be strongly op posed to the annexation of Egypt. The India council bills were allotted at Lon don yesterday at %& per rupee, a decline. The New Hampshire greenback convention, yesterday, nominated for Governor, Samuel Flint. Emperor William has signed a decree author izing German painters and sculptors to partici pate in the Paris Exhibition. The resignation of Herr Camphausen from the German ministry is final. only acts pending the appointment of his successor. The Senate has confirmed Ben j. R. Murry, of Maine, United States marshal for Maine, and T. C. Gibbs, postmaster, at Portsmouth, Ohio. Dr. Schloiman has secured a new firman and intends to renew his excavations at Hissar lik as soon as it IB Bafe for him to work in the country. John TJ. Barron, president of the National State Capital bank and treasurer of the Loan and Trust Savings bank, Concord, N. H., died yesterday morning. At Elizabeth, N J., incendiary ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 7 March 1878

I I es^ms&^S5M&^^^^ THE LEGISLATURE. GETTING NEAR THE CLOSE OF THEIR "1'ER ItlAHRMS." The Kate of Taxation for State ll'urposes Brandt Still Harping on His $50Paying the Impeachment ManagersSenator Nel son's Bill Parses the HonseBig Push of Bills Through Botli Houses. Senate. MINNEAPOLIS CHARTER. fer. PAUL, llarch 6.Senator J. B. Gilfillan presented a protest of the Minneapolis work mgmen's union against the action of the House of Representatives in passing the bill amending the charter without submitting the same to a vote of the people, and asking the Senate to rebuke the House for this act by de feating the bill. FORF.CLOSUBE BY ACTION. The Senate sat down, lightly though, on Senator Nelson's bill for foreclosure of mort gages by action, refusing to either order it to be indefinitely postponed or to be engiossed for a third reading,and it lays on the table sub ject to call. I may be written down one of the dead measures of the session. STATE PRISON DEFICIENCIES. The bill ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 8 March 1878

r~ 5=11 ,,?&&FS* VOLUME I. A NIGHT SESSION TO CLOSE UP THE WORK OF THE LEGISLATURE. Both Houses Working All MghtThe Senate Expunges the 1875 Resolutions on Bill KingThe House Kills the Con stitutional ConventionRecord or the Bills PassedThe $50,000 Loan Thought to be a Text Book Job and Killed. Senate. Yesterday, as is usual the closing day of the legislative session, the msh was tre mendous, and events of interest were numerous. Peihaps the most notable event, though appaiently attracting little attention, was expunging the lesolutions of 1875 on Wm. S. King. THE Legislatuie was in session at 4:30 A. M., when this edition of THE GLOBE closed. The detailed report of the text-book con troversy appears on the second page, as does the morning and afternoon sessions of both Senate and House. Below will be found the routine report of the evening sessions. Evening Stnate Routine Report. PBESIDBJS PRO TEM. On motion of Senator McNeil}, the Senate proceeded to elect a president pro ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 8 March 1878

--4 BY H. P. HALili. NO I'tiltlt'iirii' 17. WABABHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Caller, per aontb Mo I By Mail, per month... 5 3 months *f{* months 5 00 12 months..10X0 Minneapolis stairs. 3 months..$2.28 6 months.. 4.00 12months.. 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 ubscribera. THIS WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY. GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper Tor theflreside,containingin additionto allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market roports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.60 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mad subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Bates. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 8 March 1878

yPjjssES1' OFFICIAL. Proceedings of the Common Coun oil. Regular Meeting. ST. PAUL, March 5th, 1878. President Dawson in the chair. PresentAids. Allen, Cleary, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,' Griggs, McCarthy, Rhodes, Smyth, Mr. President10. Beading minutes of previous meeting dis pensed with. PETITIONS. KTC. From Ann Killela For relief from an assessment on Hoffman avenue. Referred to Aid. of Fifth ward, and com mittee on ways and means. From M. O'Brien, contractor Praying for a change in the ordinance re quiring contractors to furnish pay rolls, etc. Referred to committee on ordinance. Mr. 0. D. O'Brien- Appeared befoie the Council relative to the contract of John E. O'Brien and asking permission to proceed with the work of building Rice street cistern. Referred to Committee on Streets, Presi dent of Council and City Attorney, with power to act. From J. Niederhofor For a sidewalk on Richmond street. (See order.) From J. G. Donnelly and others Protestesting against the piling of lumber on t...

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