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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 14 June 1878

PAGE PHOTOGRAPHS. PXtOCEEDINOS IN THE IMPEACH- MENT COURT. A Good Day for the RespondentAn Ar my of Witnesses Appear i HI* Behalf, and B-ar Enthusiastic Testimony to His. Judicial Upilghtness. Senators \tere greatly surprised yesterday morning, upon assembling at the Capitol, to find themselves shut out from the chamber for so many years sacred to their sittings, the preparatory changes contemplated in the ex tension bill passed at the last session of the Legislature already commenced, and their desks and other furniture, etc., removed to the hall of the House, which is to be the Senate chamber hereafter. Notice of the nereturned cessity for the change was not served upon Sergeant-at-Arms Anderson and Assistant "Jlort" Tousley, until nearly 8 o'clock, but so rapidly did these gen tlemen work, that when the Senators begau to aKsemble, they foui.d everything in shape and ready for bu-iness. Still it was not the old familiar spot, and though President Wakefield biought down his gavel w...

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

~wg3 VOLUME I. RUSHING BUSINESS TRANSACTED JlY HOTEL HOUSES OF CONGRESS YESTERDAY. Disagreements on Appropriation Bills Re ferred to Conference CommitteesProba bility of the Passage of All Important MeasuresThe Woman Suffragists--Dem ocratic Caucus on the A rmy BillVarious Notes, Senate, WASHINGTON, June 14.The House bill ap propriating $210,000 for a public building in New York to bo used as a barge office was passed. The House bill legalizing the Collection of head money already paid upon immigrants passed. The committeo on public buildings and grounds reported adversely on the Senate bill to pay Patrick H. Jonea $5,805 for disburse ments of money appropriated for construc tion of the United States court house and post office building at New York city. Placed on the calendar. The committee on contingent expenses of the Senate was authorized to sit during the recess. The committee on privileges and elections reported adversely on the ioint resolution pro poning an amendment to 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 June 1878

Daily GHnbe. BY HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Ca rler. per month, ,85c I By Mail, per month.. .7!5o 8months .$2 60 3months..$2.26 6 months.. 5.00 6 months.. 4.00 12 months..1011)) 12 months.. 8.00 50 CENTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOBE FOR THE CAMPAIGN. ht campaign of 1878 bids fair to be as important and PXC ttng as auy which the country lias witnessed since 1800. It is conceded that the Democrats will hav control of the Senate 1879. If the Democrats can retain the House of Representatives, which they now hold, they will have full control of Congress. The Republicans are making a life and death strug gle for the House. Minnosota can, with proper effort, Send Two Democrats to Congress The GLOBE proposes to do its share to accomplish that result Two Republican district conventions are to bo held July 10th, and two Domouatie and the third Republican follow the same month. The DAILY GLOBE will be sent by mail, poHt paid, to any address...

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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 June 1878

MINNEAPOLISNEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe EDUCATIONAL. Meeting of the Board Yesterday Forenoon Bids for the Humbolt BuildingOther Matters Concerning Building. At a regular meeting of the'board of edu cation yesterday morning the following bids were received for the erection of the new Humboldt building in East Minneapolis A. A. Pond, tin work $ 289 85 Bartley Cooper, complete building.. 11,150 00 D. E. Pickett & Co., stone work 1,050 00 S. D. Snell, excavation, 18 cents per yard. M. L. Cummins, complete building. J. Montgomery, complete building.. Bisbee & Moses, complete building.. L. W. Van Domselar, slate work George Hollister, complete building. On motion of Director Huhn the bid of M. L. Cummins was accepted, he to furnish a bond for the proper execution of the work satisfactory to the board. Rev. T. M. Riley and Rev. Carlos T. Ches ter were appointed as additional visitors to the High school. The building committee was granted further time in which to purc...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 15 June 1878

mm^mmF^^' THE IMPEACHMENT. The Evidence Drawing to a CloseThat Famous Grand Jury Tho Chief Object In vestigated Yesterday. The impeachment court resumed its session at 9.30 yesterday morning. D. B. COLEMAN was recalled, and testified he was sworn before the grand juiy in the Igmundson matter, and being a member of the jury he heard Mr Ing mundson's testimony, in which he acknowledged tlm taking of the town of Clayton order, and his refusal to pay over the nionejs due the town until he had been paid the face of the ordei. O. W. bHAW was next called. Was a mernbei of the grand jury at the March term, 1877, part of the time. Heard the charge of the jud ge did not speak of the county treasury specifically, and he did not charge that the practice of the auditor in allowing public meetings in his office was an indictab le offense. 0. W. CASE. was a member of the grand juiy at the March term, 1877, and gave hib recollection of the chaige of ih judge and other matters gone oven so often bef...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

CONGRESS CLATTER RUSHING BUSINESS IN BOTH BOUSES The Array Bill Agreed to and PassedThe Clause Forbidding the Use ~of Troops as a Posse Comitatus RetainedNumerous Conference DisagreementsBoisterous Times in the House Over the Tobacco Tax and Other MeasuresUnsuccessful At tempt to Attach an Income Clause to the Internal Revenue BillSession Extended to ^Tuesday at 4 P. M. WASHINGTON, June 15.senator Morgan in troduced a joint resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution allowing the President to approve any part of an appropria tion bill and to disapprove any portion of such bill as he may deem proper. Keferred. Senator Wadleigh, from the committee on privileges and elections, made a report upon the charges that the election of Senator Grover was procured by fraud and bribery. The re port says the evidence did not sustain any of such charges. The committee was then dis charged from further consideration of the sub ject and leave was given members of the com mittee to file the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

FOR HIS SAKE. When the Fljing Scud discharged her cargo and passengers at the London Dock, there landed among them a gen tleman who had been absent from Ens land nine yeais. All ttut while he had pasted under the burning suns of India. He had suffered as soldiers do. He had faught as soldiers fight. He had met the soldier's .ate of scars and wounds, and one of them had invalided him home to England. It was the rirst time he trod her shores for nine years, as we have said, and for the Krst time in any year he was going to see his son, the little boy born hfter ho left home, and whose birth had been his mother's death. Captain Penryn had only been mar ried a year when was ordered abroad with his regiment. Six months from that day a letter had reached him, telling him his wife was dead. The letter was written by an old nurse, the only friend who had been with her. It ended thus: The baby, as fine a child as I ever saw, is thriving. I've done my best for it. Its mother's last wish was I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

"V BREAMS. Noon sunshine -warms the canopy of leaves, Whose shadows flicker n the baby's lace And one who rocks the cradle fondly weaves J^wreath of fancies full of tender grace. But who shall guess how fairer, sweeter far Than our maturer thoughts are mfant dreams? What brightness blesses them of sun and star, What music thrills of heavenly eongs and streams! What flowers of wonder-land and plumaged birds, "What fair white meadows green and daisy strown! What loving language spoken without words. What bliss'ul proptiecies of life unknown! The wreath of fancy melts, the mother's eyes Dwell on that face, and picture Paradise. How pure a spirit holds this little room! A maiden bower wherein no stranger looks, The breath of innocence its rare perlume, Its richest trappings, girlish to and books The reader sleepsupon her lineless brow A shadow lingers, left by study there, But freer thoughts arise in dreaming now, And wander outward, onwardwhere, ah, where? Back to the late-left beauty ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

Daily (Klnlre. BY H. P. HALL NO. 17, WABASHAW 8TREET..8T. PAUL. Term-* of Subscription to the Daily Globe. BJ Ca rier, pr month. .85e By Mall, per month 6 months.. 5.0U 12 month*..10 0 3 months. $2.2 6 6months.. 4.00 12 months.. 8.00 ST. PAUL, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1878. THE Chicago court house is to be half whits and half black, supposed to typify the characters of the officials who built it. There is a mistake in proportion, evidently. A single capstone of white would represent all the decency in the entire crowd. THE Chicago commune has expressed its Sympathy for Kaiser Wilhelm and its con demnation of the assassin who attempted his life. There is no longer occasion, there fore, for uneasiness at Berlin over the com munistic movement. The Chicago petro leusa have settled it. THE verdict of the treasury officials John Sherman and Assistant Frenchin the case of the alleged dishonesty of the officials charged with the construction of the Chicago custom house, is a model in its way. Di ve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Speolallv Reported for th Til Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. The delinquent tax list was filed with the clerk of the court yesterday. J. Guilford has been appointed assignee of B. J. Mendenhall, bankrupt. Yesterday was the 15th day of June, and fresh peaches made their appearance in mar ket. There are 226 lamps that the gas company contract to light. How many were lighted on Friday night? Cole's circus will arrive from Anoka this morning, and the company will probably at tend divine service to-day. An excursion of the Merchant's associa tion of Milwaukee may be looked for in this vicinity the present week. Improvements are going forward at Fort Snelling, prepatory to the removal of depart ment headquarters to that post. The pay car on the St. Paul & Pacific road blessed the employes of that corporation with their monthly pay yesterday. Yesterday was a field day in the municipal court, no leas than $97.15 having been paid into the city treasury in fines and fees. Et...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

IMPEACHMENT. BRIEF, BUI IMPORTANT PROCEED- INGS. The Fifth Article and Specification Three of Article Ten Virtually QuashedThe Defense Best Their Case aud Rebuttal CommencedThe Proceedings in Detail. The impeachment court was 'well attended yesterday and business was commenced prompt- at 9:30 by recalling ANDBDW KNOX, who testified as to the proceedings of that 1877 grand jury. Was very friendly with Ingmund son up to that grand jury, but he has refused to recognize me since that time. W. H. DEAN resides at Rose Creek, Mower county. Have been acquainted with Mr. Ingmundson four or five years. Heard a conversation in Mr. Ing lnundson's office in the spring of 1876 about the town of Clayton order. was Baked why he did not settle with the town, and Ingmundson said because the town would not take the order he had. The man then told Ingmundson that Mr. Coleman said the order had been paid, and Ingmundson said he didn't care a damn, the town wouldn't get a settlement until the order was a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

WHI&TE AND HOB. Ther? is a boy just over the garden fencf*, Wao is whistling all through the livelong day. And Ms work is not just a mere pretense, Fo.' you see the weeds he has cut away. Whistle and hoe, Sing asjou go, 8horten fhe row By the songs you know. Not a word of bemoaning his task hear, He has scarcely time for a growl I know. For his whistle sounds so meny and clear, He must find some pleasure in every row. Whistle and hoe, Sine ai you ^o, Shorten the row By the songs you know. But then while you whistle, he sure that you hoe, For, if you are idle, the briers will spread And whistle alone to the end of the row May do for the weeds, but is bad for the bread. Whistle and hoe, Sing as vou go, Shorten the row By the songs you know. Minne and Minnie's Mother. A poor and respectable woman of Au gusta, a, is in a quandary, and when the moralists, and philosophers, and phil anthropist to help her out. Her case may be briefly slated. The woman has a drunken, worthless, vagabon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 16 June 1878

MS- TWO BULLET HOLES. Derner Furn'siiea Another Chapter, and this is the Last OneHe Executes His Threat. The following dispatch was received at the GLOBE office last evening- [Special Telegram to the Globe. BIVBE FALLS, WIS.. June 15.The body of a dead man was found ten miles oat, near Bel denvilk, to-day with two bullet wounds in hie head, and a seven-shooter near him, two cham bers of which were empty. Papers about him and a marked handkerchief give his name as K. G. Derner, Dayton's Bluffs, St. Paul. He was well dressed, and aged about 45. The language of the dispatch pretty clear ly pointed to suicide, and taken connec tion with facts subsequently brought out through the investigations of reporters of the GLOBE made out a clear case. Mr. Der ner had been employed as a traveling sales man for the wholesale liquor firm of Kiefer & Heck for several years up to last spring He had been injured shortly before that time, and was obliged to quit work, when he started in business for...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 17 June 1878

WnFk mrrj^rTTFrw^sm ,",1..1:1 VOLUME I. ..ssaa CAPITAL NOTES. IMPORTANT MEASURES YET PEND- ING IN GONGRESS. Senate Working Vigorously Upon the tun dry Civil Appropriation BillDefeat of the Brazilian Subsidy ProbableThe Fisheries Award Thought to he Safe in the HouseKeport that the Potter Inves tigation will be Adjourned for a Week Butler Preparing to tilt Stanley Mat thews' Scalp in the House for Contempt Hayes Endorses the Letter of Carl Schurz Upon Political Assessments as the Rule the Administration. The Closing Hours. [Special Telegram to the Globe.] WASHINGTON, June 16.The uproar which usually characterizes the closing days of Con gress was fully exhibited in the House yester day. Every member has some pet measure, which he is anxious to have passed before ad lournment. This fact is displayed in numer ous passages at arms which take place between members for priority. At the evening session the two houses came to a compromise on the question of final adjournment by fixing Tues ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 17 June 1878

Daily Qxlabe. BY HAM,. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Ca rler. per month. .85c I By Mall, per month. ./i5o 3 months. .$2 60 8 months..82.25 6 months.. 5.00 I 6 months.. 4.00 12 months..10.00 12 manths.. 8.00 THE GLOBE A WHITE BEAK. Visitors or residents at White Bear desiring to se cure the DAI1.T GLOBE can do so by leaving their subscriptions with Daniel Getty, at the poitofflce, opposite the depot. 50 CENTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOBE FOR THE CAMPAIGN. The oampaign of 1878 bids fair to be as important and exciting as any which the country has witnessed since 1860. It is conceded that the Democrats will have control of the Senate in 1879. If the Democrats retain the House of Representatives, which they now hold, they will have full control of Congress. The Republicans are making a life and death strug gle for the House. Minnesota can, with proper effort, Two Democrats to Congress Tho GLOBE proposes to do its share to accomplish that res...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 17 June 1878

"^5S^S^S5SS JFrom Sunday's Edition. All of the Matter on this page from the SUNDAY GLOBE, and comprises the more im- portant Telegraphic, Local and General News tohich appeared tftat edition. THE IMPEACHMENT. tSJtXJEA, INGb. The impeachment court was well attended yesterday and business wag commenced prompt ly at 9 30 by recalling ANDEDW KNOX, who testified aa to the proceedings of that 1877 grand jury Was very friendly with Ingmund on up to that grand jury, but he has refused to recognize me since that time W. H. DEAN resides at Hose Creek, Mower county Have "been acquainted with Mr. Ingmundson four or five years Heard a conversation in Mr. Ing mundson's omce in the spring of 1876 about the town of Clayton order. was asked why he did not settle with the town, and Ingmunds on ud,id because the town would not take the order he had The man then told Ingmundson that Mr Lolernin said the order had been paid, and Ingmundson said he didn't care a damn, the town wouldn get a settlement unt...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 17 June 1878

and Too COBtS ***&m -A**^ MISSIONAEY WOEK. THE MACEDONIAN CRY "COME OVER AND HELP US. KPV. Isaac Crooks, of Winona, at the Jack son Street E Church YesterdayHe Makes a Powerful Appeal I Behalf of Church Missions at Home and Abroad. esterday having been selected by Rev. John Stafford, pastor of Jackson street M. E. church, as the time at which to present the subject of missonary work and to take up the annual col lection for the support of missions, proved an occasion of more than usual interest. Itev. Isaac Crook, pastor of the M. E church at Winona, had kindly consented to come up and assist in the exercises of the day. The beautiful weather and the occasion called out a large congregation. Th table in front of the stand was handsomely decorated with beautiful flowers, the gift of Borne of the ladies, and the choir had made some fane selections of music appropriate to the occasion After singing and reading of lessons appro priate to the subject of mission work, Rev. Mr. Crook w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 18 June 1878

YOLUMB I. THE FAG END. CONGRESS RAPIDLY CLOSING BUSINESS FOR THE SESSION. Both Houses Name Committees to Inquire into the Depressed Condition of Trade-The Senate Refuses to Pay Sherman's Peace Commission Bill-The Legislative and Ex eeutlve Appropriation Bill PassedNo Agreement on the Post Route Appropria- tionThe House asks the Senate to Send Slatthews to Interview Potter. Senate. WASHINGTON, June 17.The bill to amend the statutes in relation to patents and for other purposes was postponed till next ses sion. Senator Thurman introduced a bill to repeal sections 820 and 821 of the revised statutes in regard to challenging jurors in United States courts who have taken up arms against the government, and providing that iurors in such couits shall take the iron-clad oath. Referred. The committee on judiciary reported an amendment to the sundry civil bill, appropri ating $300,000 to defray the expenses of the United States courts. Referred. After a biief discussion, but without, amend me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 18 June 1878

Daily (Elate: BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW BTRBET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subucriptioft to the Daily Globe. By Carrier, per month .85o I By Mall, permontn...75c 8 months .$2 601 3 months. .$2.26 6 months.. 5.00 6 months.. 4.00 12 months 10 00 "12 months.. i.00 ST. PAUL, TUESDAY, JUNE 18,1878. Mil ISAIAWS EARLY HOROSCOPE. The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid and the ralf (Stewait) and the young lion (Davis) and the fatling (RamBey) together and a little child (Fletcher) shall lead them.Inanth, xi-6. NOTES is altogether too voluble in protest ing his innocence. He should remember that his friend Sherman was just as emphatic few months ago in declaring that he had never written to Anderson, but he has not ottered a peep for a coon's age. JOHN SHEBMAN says the Glover committee is engaged in a guerrilla war upon the repu tations of public officers without authority of law to back it up. Remember, Johnny that "No rogue e'er felt the halter dr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 18 June 1878

1 MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELET8. Wheat 87 and 90c. Oorn and oats nnchangcd. Cole's street procession delighted the little one* yesterday. One hundred aDd twenty BOUIB will be num- ber on the Milwaukee excursion. Eight o'clock v. M. is the hour at which the book stores of this city will be closed here- after. The Workingmen's Union was addressed last night by Hon. E. M. Wilson and Hon. Henry G. Hicks. A Bailing match will be the attraction at Lake Calhoun to morrow, Wednesday, with a fine flag and $25 cash to the winner. The GLO BE is mistaken. The opera "Der Freischeutz" will not be given in St. Paul un til one week from last night, the 24th inst. A warrant is out for Jones, the fish man, for reckless driving on the public streets. O. Charles, they will be after jou shortly, unless yon learn to take a hint. During his absence East the authorities of Plymouth church have taken occasion to in crease the salary of Rev. II. A. Stimson from...

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