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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 11 April 1878

|w!j3S!#iMW- itwynmi'H -M5-"#t%KillsS23&a JOHN SMITH. e Individual Bearing- This Sauie Wants to Die. He rejoices in the somewhat unfamiliar name of-'Smith," to which is prefixed the equally unfamiliar "John." John Smith re sides on Wacouta street, between Eighth and Ninth but, if John Smith had had his own way on Tuesday night, he would not be re siding on Wacouta street to-day. Of course, there is a "woman in the case/' for there is a Mrs. John Smith, but this man and wife seem to bave taken each "for worse" only. There heems to be but precious little "bet- ter"' in their marital relations, and that's just what ailed Jonn Smith on Tuesday evening, who, by the way, has only been recently hbeiated from jail, where he partially served out a term of sixty days for an assault and battery arising out of matrimonial infelici ties. This ill-assorted couple had a quarrel on the evening named, which transcended all previous quarrels in bitterness. John determined to end his and her troub...

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

VOLUME I. THEDOVEOFPEACE HOVERING ABOUT, PERHAPS, BUT DON'T BET ON IT. Reports and Rumors of all Varieties and to Suit all Tastes--Uii!css England la 'Ugly, Peace Prospect GoodOortuchakoff Try ing to Conciliate AnstrlaA Miscellane ous Budget. ST. PETEBSBPEO, April 11.The Agency Rasse makes the following announcement this evening: "An active exchange of com- munications is proceeding under moderat- ing influence of Germany with a view of ar- riving at a pacific understanding, the natural path to which would be a congress. The improved aspect of affairs has developed so as to justify the hope of a speedy attainment of a favorable issue if England does not offer fiesh obstacles." PEELIMIJJABX OONFEEENCE. LONDON, April 12.1 he Daily Tdcgraph ha the following special: VIENNA, Tuesday, midnight.1 learn that en official dispatch has been received from Berlin to the effect that* Prince Sismark in consequence of news from St. Petersburg, considers it possible that a pre liminary conference o...

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

Ipailij dob*. KV H. MALL. NO. 17, WABA8HAW BTBKET. ST. PAUL. r.rins of Subscription to the lail Globe. 6months.. S00 12 months .10.1.0 1 6 months.. 12 months.. THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THS GI-OBE will be furnished every day to the week to city subscribers at 86 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUSDAT GLOBE ^rill be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It Is just the paper for theftseside,containing in addition to allthe 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. Dally Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every insertion. Third Page 5 cents per line for the first week. All subsequent ...

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

ttjj'^M^- -VII4?!, ^im&C^Miii MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe. The Pullman Drawing Boom Bleeping Gar St. Louis will leave this evening at 8:10 for St. Lonis and intermediate Minnesota, Iowa and Missouri points via the New Great Southern Rout* of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway. Berth can be secured of Gee. L. Scott, at No. 9 Nicollet house block, Minneapo lis and Chas. Thompson, No. 118 East Third street, and levee depot, St. Paul. MINNEAPOLIS GLOMXETS. Wheat stands at $1.03for No. l,and $1.00 for No. 2. Hibernioa again this evening at Pence Opera House. The sales of real estate daring the past week aggregate $47,418. The gentle tinckle of the scissors grinder's bell is heard in the land. There was no criminal business before themuncipal court yesterday. Both end arches of the east channel bridge are ready for the key stones. Mrs. Hunter's Kindergarten and Primary school will commence April 15th. .The newly appointed police are to com mence th...

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

-j&&mmm*^ji&5B, mm ^WfTj- $&&*& GATHEE THEM IN. THAT IS WHY THE IMMIGRATION BOARD MET YESTERDAY. The Second Meeting of the New Board- Co-oprration of the RailroadsA General Interchange of VfewsVarions Prepara tions MadeA Host of Plans by Out- sJilcrB to Secure a Slice of the $5,000. The immigration commissioners met yes terday afternoon in the Governor's room at the copitol. Besides the members of the commission there were present James Smith, Jr., of the St. Panl & Duluth railroad, Her man Trott, of the St. Paul & Pacific railroad, E. J. Hodgson, and several other citizens who were invited by the board to take part in any discussion that might arise, or give any suggestions which might present them selves to their minds. The meeting was called to order by Gov. Pillsbu*y, and the roll called by the secre tary, when Messrs. Knight, Huntington, Peteison and Von Bombach answered to their names. A communication was RAILROAD PABTICIPAnO N. Mr. James Smith ...

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

Tr-v -+aismp* '^"^g0HOA VOLUME I. PEACEFUL POTENTATES. MATTERS ACROSS TIIE WATER DE- CIDEDLY PACIFIC. Russia and England Preparing to Shafce HandsTurkey Announces Acceptance of the San Stofano TreatyMiscellane ous, 8ENSATI0SAL BEPOBTO, LONDON April 13.A correspondent at Pera sends seveul sen-ational reports, thus That the Russians hare been discovered making roads in the direction of Buyukdere, that they have concentrated a large force of small armsm adjacent villages and that they have summoned the Turks to evacuate Shumla and Varna im mediately. A Vienna correspondent asserts that the Rus sians have sent a larc quantity of torpedoes to the mouth of the Danube ready to block the stream again. TREATY ECOONIZED BY THE POBTK. CONSTANTINOPLE, April 12.The Porte has is sued a circular to its representatives abroad. It recognize? the treaty of San Stefano, as the re* snlt of reverses sustained by Turkey in the late war and expresses a determination to carry out thp terms of the treaty, b...

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

gailij GHofae. -^^-^JASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. month..85c months. .$2 60 6 months 5 00 12 months..10.00 By Mail, per month.. .15c 8 months. .$2.26 6 months.. 4 00 12 msnths.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. HS CteoBK will be turaished every clay 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 doable the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the firc8kle,contaliiing in addition to allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &o. It is furnished to single subscribers at %IM per year. Olubs of five (address to one per son) for $1.16 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 insertion. Thir...

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

A MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe. MINNKAPOLLS GLOKKLKTS. Wheat still remai ns at $1.03 per bushel. Dr. Stone and Dr. J. Owens, of St Pau l, were in the city yesterday. The youn ladies of the Taberncale ga ve a pleasant social lasb evenin g. The Milwaukee & St Paul railroad bridges are to be rebuilt of stone and iron. Four thousand four hundred barrels of flour were shipped from Minneapolis yes- terday. I the police courts yesterday, Char.es Brown was se nt up for ton days for drunk- enness. The First E Church Library Society are preparing another of their pleasant en- tertainments. The Orchestral Union concert at Associa- tion Hall last evening was a success in every particular. The receipts of wheat in this city yester- ay amounted to twenty thousand four hundred bushels. The Hibernici company give a matinee this afternoon. I the evening they give their last performance. The sale of seats for the Camilla Dr so con- cert commences at 8 o'clock this morni...

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

OUR PUBLIC WORKS. A Host of Street Work Considered. The session of the board of public works yesterday morning proved, in the large amount of business transacted, a complete field-day. A fall board was present, Presi- dent Bice being in the chair, and the GLOBE reporter being the only member of the press in attendance. PBOPOSALS FOB SIDEWALK CONSTBUOMON on Cedar, John, Wacout a, Clay, Richmqnd, Third and Mississippi streets, on Nelson and Hoffman avenues and on Broadway were opened, with the following results: John P. Nash $1,699 20 P. Keiley 1,640 90 John Whalcy 1,612 60 Mohne&Co 1,498 25 August Mever 1,481 10 Heniy Inson 1,467 10 'lha last named was awarded the contract. LICENSES TO TAP SEWEBS WM gianted to Pairick Nash & Co., and John Batler, they filing approv ed bonds. THE STKEET INSPECTOKs' BEPOETS weie submitted, showing, in the first district, an expenditure for the last two weeks of &307.G1 and in the second, $3G3.2^. The reports were filed. WANrS O BE OMirrED. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 April 1878

**+1 iwnl Hd PEACEFUL POTHER. TBTE WAR CLOUDS SLOWLY DISAP- PEARING VROM VIEW. The Czar Sends a Conciliatory Autograph Letter to AustriaThe Bustle in the Eng lish Ship-yards Subsiding-Plucky Servia Begins Disbanding Her ArmyRussia Tranqu il but VigilantDisorganiz ing Intrigues Developing in Constanti nople. THAT OIBOULAB. LONDON, April 13.At St. Petersburg the opinion regarding the Gortschakoff circular is much divided. Some consider it a com plete political programme, and worthy a great power. Others regard it as but a formal refutation of Lord Salisbury's accu sation. Some think it ia Russia's last word. Others the introduction to negotiations on a new ground. I has greatly displeased those who wish the government to nail the colors to the mast an a risk all rather than make the slightest concessions. The opinion at Berlin continues skeptical about the success of negotiations. The Nord JDuetsche Zeitunq, referring to Germany's mediation, said the joint appeal of England and Russia...

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

1 30OI-B SWEETHEART. ET MAHY CLEMMKH. Good-ov, sweetheart! Jteavethce with the loveliest things The heautv-burdened spring-time brings, The anemone in snowy hood, The sweet arbutus in the wood And to the smiling skies above I say bend bi ightly o'er my love And to the?perfume-breathing I Bifrb, S softest symphonies.breeze 0 lute-like leaves of laden trees. Itei.r nil vour sweet refrain to him, While IiTthe June-time twilights dim Ffe thinks of me as I of him, And so good-by, sweetheart. Good by, sweetheart! leave the with all purest things. That when some fair temptation s.'ngs Its iuried song, though sore beset, Thou'lt stronger be. Then no regreat, T/ife loner, will after follow thee. With touches lighter than the air 1 kiss vour forehead brave and fair, And sav to God this last deep prayer: O guard him always night and dayj So from thy peace he shall not stray. And so good-by, sweetheart. Good" bv, sweetheart! weseera to part Yet still within my inmost heart Thou goest with me. S...

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

(WUUMAJKE FRANCIS BAKTI.ETT. Oh well may Essex sit forlorn Beside her sea-blown shore Her well-beloved, her noblest born Is her* in life no more. If early from the mother's side Her favorite child wmt forth, Her pride so amply justified 1 in a hero's birlh. No lapse of years can render less Her memory's satred claim No fountain of forijetfulnjsb Can wet the lips ot famj. A ejrief alike to wound and heal, A thought to soothe and pain, The sad sweet pride that mothers feel To her muststill remain. Good men and true she has not lacked, And brave men yet shall be The perfect flower, the crowning fact, Of all her years was he! As Galahad pure, as Merlin sage, What worthier knight was tound To jjrace in Arthur's golden age The fabled Table Round? A voice, the battle's trumpet-note, To welcome and restore A band, that all unwilling smote, To heel und build once more! A soul of fire, a tender heart, Too warm lor hate, he kuew The generons victor's graceful part, To sheathe the sword he drew...

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

Daity (Eione BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PATJL. Teruis of Subscription to the Daily Globe, By Ca rier, per monta. 8 months..$2 50 month .85c By Mail, per month.. .75c 8 months. .$2.25 6months.. 4.00 12months.. 8.00 6 months. 5.0 0 12 months. .lO.tO THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THK GtoBB will be iuraiflhed every day in the week to oity subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mall the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WEEKXY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It Is Just the paper forthenresde,containin in addition to allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at flJSO 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. Dally Globe Advertising Bates. Fourth Pag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 April 1878

h. 1 1 i\\ r,MJ&nm$m3i*tm&m MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe. Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway. The splendid Pullman Drawing-Room Sleep ing Car Adriatic will leave with the St. Louis express train this afternoon at 3:45, running through to St. Louis in 28 hours, without change. For tickets and sleeping ear berths ap ply to W. G. Telfer, ticket agent, No. 8 Wash ington avenue, (Opposite the Nicollet House), Minneapolis. Geo. H. Hazard, No. 116 East Third street, St. Paul. Passengers from St. Paul will leave by St. Paul & Sioux City railroad at 3:15 P. M., con necting at Sioux City Junction. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. Secure seats for Camilla Orso's concert. Next Sunday will be Easter, and then lent closes. The weather was warm and bright again yesterday. The court house was barren of news items yesterday. Real estate business is lively in Minneapo lis at present. Wheat sold at $1.03 per bushel in Minne apolis yesterday. The front of Mr. George Huhn's...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 April 1878

A BETUBH. "Da you not I now me Donald?" Pushing ba her gray hair *Can ye not speak to me, Donald Me who was once so fair? "Many yeare have gone over us For'unate years for thee When I see thee they seem not so many Only when tuou seest me. "Fori wear the snow of winters No sun aid no summer can change Yet I seem to h-a the spring coming, And the olue birds beginning to range, "As when in the old days together We wander' and talked by the stream, Of thy life in the far new country, And our love. Was it all a dream "For what could be to thee Donald, A man grown to honor and land, With a choice of the whole world before thee While I could give thee but my hand! "Twas long that 1 staid by the brook-side, In the dews and the dark of the eve, Through winter and summer thereafter, Brc 1 could forget to grieve. "For thou wast my first love, Donald Thou the love of my heart: Why should I not tell thee Donald, What sadness it was then to part?" "1 cannot recall thee, woman And yet when I hear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 April 1878

MASTERLY INACTION A Sketch from Twf*. BY R. T. Laurence Telma was oue of those rare beings who seern to TJOSS?SS the happy faculty of enJQvmff life without an effort. Indeed, if his enjoyment harJ depended upou personal exertion, he would doubt less have remained forever in a state of wretchedness, for h'j was indolent to a degree bordering on laziness. His father, Judge Delmar, was one of those exceptional men who add active en deavor to heredituy endowments. Al though he hid inherited an immense property, instead of resting eontent with the abundance Providence had given him, he had labored constantly to increase the family store, until his wealth and influ ence had grown to be almost incalculable. Like most men of his class, he prized energy above ail other qua'ities. COD sequently, wh'jn be saw his* only child developing into a careless, ease-loving youth, his anger and mortification knew no bounds. After vainly attempting to teach his spiritless son the value of promptness and ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 April 1878

SOLDIER GRANGERS. formation of an Association to Secure Land Claims. The ex-soldiers held an adjourned meet ing, according to notice, at the old court house last evening, the assemblage number ing some forty or fifty. At precisely 8 o'clock v. M., Ool. J. H. Davidson again took the chair, and opened the proceedings by explaining to those who had not been present at the last meeting the objects aimed at and the reolutions then passed. He then called upon the committee appointed last week for their report. Capt. E. H. Wood, chairman of the com mittee instructed to inquire into the mooted points of the homestead, law read the fol lowing written report, who stated that the statements therein contained were derived from direct application to the general land office at Washington: Your committee appointed at a meeting of ex-TOldiers, held in this city, April 6th, 1878, for the purpose of ascertaining all the require ments of the soldiers' homestead law, necessary to enable soldiers to act...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 15 April 1878

1 'I If 11 I More of the Brutality O Our Insane Asylum. Horrors of Cold Bath. Choking Accomplished Without Plug or Soup. To the Editor of tlio Globe. ST. PAUL, April 10, 1878.I have read several articles in your paper, pertaining to the inhuman treatment of the patients in the Insane Asylum, but so far, have not read anything about that cold water bath in practice at the asylum. I have read about the feeding in the ,(ciib," choking, etc., but that kind of usuage is nothing, com pared to the baths, in my opinion. I will partially describe it. The patient is taken into the bath-room, {either male or femaleit's practiced in fill departments) all clothing is removed, hands tied with what they call the "straps," then their feet are tied, generally with a towel. Then they place the patient in the bath tub sitting up. One or two are generally holding him or her from getting out of the tub. Then the cold water is turn ed on and let run until the tub is thiee fourths full of water, then the ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 15 April 1878

Daily (Klobe. I I SO 17 \\AIJA-HAWSlKfc.H,sr PAUL Tnruiri jul*M-rl|ti to tlie IJaily Uluue o^r root th 8Sc I By Mtil, per month By ca rte rx Jru nth $2 60 i months *2 2fc 6 mouths "U) Smooths 4 (it 12 mooth* 10 "I 12 munthe ?l XUb sUMlAV t,L.01i*w HE GLOBE will be uruished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per mouth or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given atibve for mail sabscribers. THE IVJsfcKLV GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the pap for the nresle,contalntng in addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market report, fcc It is furnished to single subscribers at gl V) per year Clubs of five (address to one per son) for SI l^ eacu Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions JOt mill onlisprlnHonB navablp invartl1 tn advance. JJ.nly Olobe Alv-i lining Kates. Fourth Page 5 cents per line every insertion. Thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 15 April 1878

1 H: i 1 $ SLANDERER REBUKED Mr. Tukey's Position, VindicatedThe Opinion of the Aitorney General and the F.ilr Inference Therefrom. The recent attack of the Bhpatch upon Mr. A. P. Tukey of Mankato, was a display of the most villainous Journalism which human de pravity ever produced. Words fail to charac terize it fitly. The basis of the assault was the issue of a postal card by Mr. Tukey containing th a announcement: 'The last legislature amsndel the book law o that school districts can now keep their books in use forthe next two years. And the attor ney general of Minnesota has just decided that after two years the school money cannot be withheld if districts do not order the Merrill books. That is, if districts choose to buy books where they please and do not order them of Merrill, no money can be withheld from the schools. So that now the whole question is, practically, left open to competition. "Merrill's thirteen books will cost you, after five per cent, for freight and ten per...

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