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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 May 1878

THE IMPEACHMENT ANOTHER DAY SPENT IN THE PRE- JIMIN HUES Senator Clougn Allowed to "Stick"The Jurisdiction Point Raised Page's Counsel Overruled- About Beady for the Testimony The court of impeachment met at 10 o'clock, all the Senators but Messrs Morehouse and Page answering to their names at roll call The president announced his reception of a postal card from Senator Page, stating that ill ness prevented his attendance, but that he would probably be able to take his seat a fpw days Senator S A. Hall who had not been present at any of the previous sittings of the couit, appeared, subscribed to the oath, and took his seat The oath was also administered to the assistant stenographer THE RULES Senator Edgerton from the committee ap pointed to prepaie additional lules, reported Mihmitted subbtuitially those adopted by the Li S Senate in the trial of President Johnson 1 licj were adopted They proi ide among other thin ifi that the picsident shall direct the forms of il and rule is to q...

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

VOLUME I. THE CAPITAL. CONGRESS ORKINti FAITHFULJLX TOWARD ADJOURNMENT. The Senate Principally Engaged In Consid eration of the District of Columbia Bill The Army Bill Badly Mutilated in the House on Points of OrderThe Potter In vestigating Committee (wetting Beady for BusinessNew Electoral Proposition In troduced in the SenateAppointments and Other Washington XoteB. Senate. WASHINGTON, May 24.Senator Edmunds, from the select committee to take into con sideration the law respecting the ascertaining and declaration of esult of elections of Presi dont and Vice-President of the United States, said he was directed by the committee to make a report in part in the form of a bill to amend Mindry provisions of chapter one, titled three revised statutes of the United States, relating to Presidential elections and to provide for and regulate the counting of votes for President and Vice-President, and the decision of ques tions thereon. The bill was placed on the cal enclai and Mr. Edmunds gav...

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

~}iO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL Torim of subscription to the, n. c.n Tier. pr month 85c W^.'8 months .$2 50 months. 12 months Daily Globe, Torim Mail per month 3 months. $2 5 6 months 4 00 12 menths 8 00 a 0o 1010 THIS SUi GLOBE. TITKCH.OBE will be furnished every day to the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 par year. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Pg 5 cents per line every insertion. W Page 5 cents per line for the first week B' ^sequent insertions 3 cent3 per line. Wrolpy Adverti-tag (on Fourth Page only) double above'rates. All Advertising is computed as .ou nare'J, 10 hues to an inch. Ending Matter Notices, First, Second and Fourta Pages, 25 cents per line. Jading Matter Notices, Third Page, 20 cents per 1US,clal All Locals," Secoad Page, 15 cents per line. The GLOBE offers no yearly space, but proposes to charge by the line for the space occupied, and the ohargo for the last day will be the same as for toe first, no matter how rniny insertions are...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 May 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe Removal of Jlusiness Office. Th* Minneapolis business office of the GLOBE ha3 been removed to Gale & Co.'s insurance and real estate office, corner^of Nioollet and Wash- ington avenues. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. Tho boy orator to-night. Wheat remains at 98c per bushel. Childrens1 matinee thi3 afternoon. "Wind and dust prevailed yesterday. Tho dog killer is doing a hugo business now-a-day3 The real estate transfers for the week ag gregate $65,826. Sixteen thousand four hundred bushels of wheat received yesterday. Mr. McCleave ha3 withdiawn from the firm of Warner & McCleave. Thirty-one car load*} of flour were shipped from Minneapolis yesteiday. Mr. S. G. Anderson, of Hutchinson, -was enjoying himself in Minneapolis yesterday. Two thousand six hundred and seventy four barrels of flour were shipped yesterday. ft is quite evident that the burning of the Globe planing mill was the work of an in cendiary. The sale of seats for ...

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

HIGH OL COURT Tn E ANOTHER DJY PAGE IM O VEACHMENT. Manager Campbell Opens tlie Case for the Prosecution and Outlines What it is Ex- pected to Prove Against Judge Page Tlie Snowing Par Prom Complimentary to That Gentleman Resolutions Adopted Aimed at the Indecent P.Day Ends With a Secret Session. The impeachment proceedings were dry and uninteresting yesterday. Al of the forenoon fccssion and a large part also of the afternnon sitting was occupied by Hon. S. Campbell, of managers, in presenting the points depended upon by the prosecution. As this necessitated the reading of the articles and the answers, long and wordy as such documents usually arc, the opportunity for oratory and the making of a connected argument generally afforded by an opening argument was necessarily laeking. Notwithbtanding this uninteresting character of the proceedings, there was a goodly number of spectators in attendance throughout. A mere outline of the argument appears below: The court being opened in due...

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

WASHINGTON. ANOTHER GOOU DAY'S WORK JiT COyGJtESS. The Sena te Still Working at the District BUI and the House at the Army isiU--Sey- eral Important Changes Made in the tat- ter Provisions for the Retirement of Officers--Question of Locating Headquar- tersKill to Regulate Subscriptions to andSilei of Bonds-Miscellaneous Capital News. Senate. WASHINGTON, May 25.Senator Sargent called up the concurrent resolution declaring that the provisions of the existing treaty between China and the United States, allowing unrestricted emigration to this country from China might easily bo modified so as to subserve the best in trrests of both governments, and inviting the attention of the executive to the subject. Passed. A bill amending the revised statutes in rela tion to judicial powers and functions of conr suls passed. Senator Sargent submitted a resolution in structing the committee judiciary to en quire into the expediency of limiting the juris diction of United States courts so as to relie...

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 May 1878

MAKSHELI/S BARN A NEW ENGLAND STORY. Silverton is a quiet, old-fashioned New England town, lying in as charm ing a bit of country as one would wish to see. Soon after leaving the village, the road towards the south passes an old stone house, which has been standing there since Revolutionary times, and still looks strong enough to be the future home of generations yet unborn. About and beyond it lie broad fields of grain, growing yellow under the August sunshine, and acres of corn rustling in the summer breeze. And all this is the property of one fortunate man. Standing upon the broad balcony ot the old stone house, he can look toward the east, and toward the west, and call it his own almost as tar as he can see. But some years ago the farm had two owners, and Richard Bean, who lived in the stone house, and John Marshall, who owned the land opposite to it on the other side ot the road, were no friends. There had been some ancient quarrel about landmarks and Uapulets and Mon tagues th...

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

fp loss of the EvryiMce. Oh, sweet church bells' the earth is fair, And death and winter we beguile, When life and springsunny tosether share The glories of th!s isle Along the landslip lovers walk, And, hand in hand, smile out their sighs: AB sweetly silent, oft they talk The language of the loving eyes. Ring out, sweet bells! See ships go past With swelling sail and foaming bow Oay pennons stream from tapering mast, And lee rails to the waves dip low. And, loveliest of them all, oh, see. Racing and plunging through the foam, Towed by the sweatnearts' hands at home, The Queen's brave ship, the Eurydice! Ring slowly, oh, bells! The earth is white All ghostly white with sudden snow Dark in the air as if with night, And bitterly the wild winds blow. A cruel squal has blown away The lovers' vows, the lovers' sight-, Gone in the glory of the day Thev cannot ste each others eyes. The blessed sun shines out again, We seawaid turn. Ah' where is she* Ploughing so gaily through the main, The...

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

:0aily 0 (Klobe BY HALL NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, 8T. PATJ%. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Ca'jrier, per month85c By Mall, pjsr month..J5c I months..$2.50j 6 months.. 5.00 I 12 months. .10.1.0 3 months 6months.. 4.00 12 months.. 3.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE Gi-OBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUHUA? GLOBE -wffl be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE IB a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the nreslde,containing in addition to allthe current news, cheice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.60 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per Bon) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Dally Globe Advertising Bates. Fourth Page 5 cents p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 May 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe Removal of Business Office. The Minneapolis business office of the GXOSE has been removed to Gale & Co.'s insurance and real estate office, corner of Nicollet and Wash- ington avenues. MINNEAPOLI S GLOBELETS. Wheat still 98c per bushel. Thirty car-loads of lumber shipped from Minneapolis yesterday. The volum of water in the river is at nearly a stand-still. The country was well represented by grangers yesterday. About an equal proportion of sunshine and clouds yesterday. Twelve thousand bushels of wheat weie received at Minneapolis yesterday. Preparations for the proper celebration of Fourt of July are already in progress. An unusually large number of St. Paul people were in Minneapolis yesterday after- noon. Two thousand six hundred and fifty-five barrels of flour were shipped from Minne- apolis yesterday. A thriving business was done in the stock market yesterday. Beef cattle, sheep and hogs were most in demand. J. Harry ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 May 1878

came up the mountain road at nigh fall, urging his lean mustang for waid wearily, and coughing now and then a heavy, hollow cough that told its OWD story. There were only two houses on the mesa, stretching shaggy and somber with greaae-wood trom the base of the mountains to the valley belowtwo un painted redwood dwellings, with their clumps of trailing pepper trees and tat tered bananas, mere specks of civiliza tion against a stern background of moun tain side. The traveler halted before one of them, bowing awkwardly as the master ef the house came out. Mr. Brandt. I reckon?" Joel Brandt looked keenly into the stranger's face. Not a bad face certain ly sallow and drawn with suffering, one of those hopelessly pathetic faces, barely saved from the grotesque by a pair of dull, wistful eyes. Not that Joel Brandt saw any-thing giotcsque or pathetic about the man. Another sickly-looking stranger out side, Barbara, wants to try the air up here. Can you keep him? Or may be the Fox's 'ill gi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 May 1878

Miscellaneous Items. Happy is he who makes another man trust God more than he did before. He has great and influential work in creation. "Why," said a lover to his mistress, "are you like that hingiV Can't even gues3." "Because you are something to a door." (adore). Question for a debating society."If a man ha* a tiger bv the tail, which would be the best for his personal safelyto hold on or to let Gfo? You call that a trunk, do you?" growl ed a d'jocted hotel porter. '"It only needs a lightning conductor to make it look like a boarding house." Phonographs and aerophones are all right in their way, but this world is so given to talking that speaking machines are needed less than anything else._V. 0. Picayune. Death-bed repr-n*tance is like those sail- ors who throw their valuables overboard in a storm. They wouldn't do it if they could help it, and are sorry that they must._V. Y. Ilerald. Here are two pithy sayfngs from the Orient: Disgrace is an ill omened bird no cage can hold."' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 May 1878

ARTICLE TEN. TJiJP PRESENT STUMBLING BLOCK A /MG-E IMPEACHMENT. Respondent Moves I Quashed, for the Reason I is Vague and Indefinite, and Does Not Contain a Specific Allegation Argument Sends the Senate Into Secret Session, from Which I Emerges Only to Adjourn, Without Deciding: the Conun- drum RaisedExamination of Witnesses To-morrow. The sitting of the impeachment yesterday was attended with no special feature. Th usual array of witnesses were present as spec tators, but the ticket rule having been put in operation, more of them found resting places than before in the gallery. Immediately after the roll call Senator C. Gilfillan offered the following, which was adopted: Ordered, That only witnesses who are ex amined for the prosecution or defense, whose testimony is material to the ibsues, shall be paid fees and expenses, and of the materiality of the testimony of each witness the court bhall determine. Mr. Davis, o counsel for respondent, said he conceived it a proper time to bri...

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

VOLUME I. THEPIEATEFOILED Sherman Attempt* to Entrap a Witne ss who Can Tell of Hi Rascal- ity in Louisiana. JAS. ANDERSON URGED TO CALL. Was Told it Would "Pay'' Better to Se the Pirate Than the Inves- tigating Committee. A LAWYER AND A REPORTER Ready to take the Interview, But An derson Warms and Defies the Whole Administration. THE PIRATE SINKS I N HIS SEAT While the Witness Shakes Hi Cane in Hi Face and Gives Hi a Tongue Lashing. The Pirate's Chorus. Jim Anderson, my Jo. Jim, When we were first acquaint, Your head was level on returns, And for the fraud -was bent But now you're going back, Jim, On Hajes and me, you know, Yrtiy don't you cheeBe it it will pay, Jim AnderBon my Jo. [Special Telegram to the Glob.] WASHINGTON, May 26.Nothing more ex- traordinary has been developed since the Louisiana and Florida frauds investigation movement began than the sensational scene that took place yesterday in the private office of Secretary Sherman, when JAMES ANDEBSON, formerly of East Fel...

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 May 1878

Daily Ip QHotbe BIT H. HAM*. ^j^JTwABASHAW HTBEET, ST. PAUL. Terms oF^ub^riptt to the Dally Globe. R Carrier month. .85o I By Mali, per month. 75o ^peor nth $ 2 50 8 months. .$2.26 6 months 5.00 6 months.. 4.00 12 months. 10.COI 12 months.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBK will be furnished every day In the week to city subscribers at 85 cento per month or $10 per year. By mail the STJNBAT GLOBE witt 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 the fires'de,containing in addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subseribers at 81.60 per year. Olubs of five (address to one peir eon) for $1.15 each. Postage" prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably In advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 5 cents ...

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

i From Sunday's Edition, All of the Matter on this par/e is from the SUNDAY GLOBE, and comprises the more im- portant. Telegraphic, Local and Genera News tohich appeared in that edition. WASHINGTON. AXOTIlEIt GOOD DAY'S CONGRESS. WORK BY WASHINGTON, May 25.Senator Sargent called up the concurrent resolution declaring that the provisions of the existing treaty between China and the United States, allowing unrestricted emigration to this country from China might easily be modified so as to subserve the best in terests of both governments, and inviting the attention of the executive to the subject. Passed. A bill amending the levised statutes in rela tion to judicial powei and functions of con suls passed. Senator Sargent submitted a resolution in structing the committee on judiciary to en quire into the expediency ol limiting the juris diction of United States courts so as to relieve the pleasure of business therein. Agreed to. Senator Spencer, from the committee on military affairs, ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 May 1878

ii To* Republican Standard Bearers. rpioneer Press, May 26th.] Those who know all about "Washburn and Stewart and their preoise measure and stature, will be disposed to smile at the suggestion that either of them lays claim to any striking intellectual superiority. Both of them will draw their pay with great ability. Neither of them possesses the order of civil abilities necessary to a dis tinguished career in Congress. S far as the national public are concerned both would sink out of sight in the general mob of mediocre Congressme n. JOHN BUSH, OF ST. PETEE. The Oldest Living Resident of Our State. A few weeks ago it was stated in the GLOBE, and that beyond any doubt, John Bush of St Peter, is now the oldest living resident of Minnesota, having coma here in 1826. I view of the faot that the "Old Settlers' Association of Minnesota 1 meets on Saturday next, it is well to record the cir- cumstance, as our oldest old settlers are be coming so few, and disappearing so rapidly, that a ma...

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

PT, VOLUME I. POTTEfi'S POLICY. LAID DOWN BY ULM IN A LETTER TO A FRIEND. He Explains in Detail the Effect the In vestigation Will Have on the Country Its Primary Object is to Ascertain If rrnud Has TriumphedHe Believes that the Electoral Commission Erred in Its JudgmentBut Scouts the Idea of War or Revolution Resulting from the Inquiry-Yesterday's Session of the Com mittee. WASHINGTON, May 27.Clarkson N. Potter, in a long lettci to a New York friend, explains the effect of hia resolution. He says among things- "You suggest that to raise a question ibout the last Presidential election will bring on disturbance or revolution. Not at all. About that possess yourself in peace. There is not the slightest chance of revolution or dis turbance. When the whole country was at fever heat on the subject of the election, a way was found to establish a tribunal to pas& upon the election, and every one submitted to that determination. The President's title rests upon that. If, now, it should ...

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

Dailp 0 (Hints. HAIIII. NO. 17, WABA8HAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. v ner, Dr month 85c I By Mall, por month. ./Wo Jj p ih 6 months 12 months 8 months. .J2.25 (10 6 months.. 4.00 limenths.. 8.00 10.U)) THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THK GLOBE will be furnished every day In the week to city subscribers at 85 cents per mouth or $10 per year. Uy mall the SUNDAY GLO BS will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mall subscribers. THE "WEEKLY GLOBE. TUo WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It iB just the paper for the firos'de, containing in addition to all the current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market jepor^s, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at gl.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: Rates. Fourth Page 6 cents per line ev...

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

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. The markets did a good business yester- day. Decoiation day occms on Friday of this week. The Lurlme Boat club house at Lake Cal- houn is nearly completed. The repairs on the upper bridge will be completed a day 01 two Twelve thousand four hundred bushels of wheat were lecaived yesterday. Thuty two car loads of lumbei were shipped from Minneapolis yesterday. Mr. \V P. Chase has been chosen inspectoi of lumber by the lumbei men'3 board of trade of this city. Two thousand one hundred and sixty seven barrels of flour wcie shipped fiom Minneapolis yesterdav "Wheat has dropped down another two cents, and no A stands at 06 conts for INO. 1 and 93 cents for No 2. Only seventy eight hquoi licenses have been issued this veai against one hundred and fifty-four labt yeai. One of Sutton's expiess wagons collided v, ith a light wagon ov/ned by Wyman Elliott yesteiday, breaking a hind wheel off Lambeit Hays has been sp...

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