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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 18 June 1878

THREECAEDMONTE WHAT THE RAMSEY COUNTY TRICK- STERS DID YESTERDAY. "VTar on Minneapolis ForroaUf Declared Fletcher's Convention Oall Declared Null and VoidIt is Disregarded and Twenty Four Delegate* are Sent to the Convention .Instead at TwelveStrong Threats of a BoltThe Sacred Cow and Cush Davis Join Hands Over the Bloody Chasm and Cnitoto Renominate StewartThe Con etition indorses Dr. StewartDelegates to the State Convention. At 10:30 o'clock yesterday morning, in the old court house, Mr. John Leah, chairman of the Republican county committee, called to order the Republican oounty convention, and in doing so he confronted thirty-four faces, not all of whom were by any means members of the body. After stating that the object of the convention was the election of delegates to represent the county in the dibtrict congres sional convention, to be held in Minneapolis on tho 10th prox., and of delegates to the State convention, to be held in this city on Sept. 4, Mr. Lesch said the first...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 June 1878

11%- *J mi' VOLUME I. CONGRESS CLOSING. ADtTOURNMENT POSTPONED TO M. TO-DAY. fhe House. JLi --18il 6 P. The Halifax Award Added to the Sundry CiTil Appropriation Bill by the Senate The Bill in the Hands of Conference Com- mitteesThe Army and River and Har bor Appropriation Bills SignedHouse Kills the Northern Pacific Extension Bill and Senate Greenback BillThe Post Koute Bill Still UndecidedPresidential Nominations Confirmed and Several Re jected. Senate. WASHINGTON, Juno 18.Senator Kirkwood, from the conference committee on the resolu tion of the House returning to the Benate the post route bill which the House refused to con sider on account of one amendment of the Senate being in the nature of a revenue bill, reported that the committee had been unable to agree. The report was laid on the table for the present. The amendment referred to is that allowing foreign books through the mails free of duty in accordance with the terms of the international postal treaty. The conferrees on ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 June 1878

Dailij (Globe. IIV H. r\ tiALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW HTREET, 8T. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Ca rier, per month. 85c) By Mail, gar month.-/I5o 3 months .$2 50 6 months 5 00 I 12 months..10.UO 3 months..$2.26 6 months 4.00 12 months.. 8.00 50 CENTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOBE FOR THE CAMPAIGN. The campaign of 18T8 bids fair to be as Important and exc ting as any which the country has witnessed since 1880. It is conceded that the Democrats will have control of the Senate in 1879. If the Democrats can retain the House of Representatives, which they now hold, they wilt have full control of Congress. The Eopnbllcans are making a Ufo and death strug gle for the House. Minnesota can, with proper effort, Send Two Democrats to Congress The GLOBE proposes to do its share to accomplish that result Two Eepublican district conventions aio to bo held July 10th, and two Democratic and the third Republican follow the same month. The DAILY GLOBE will be sent by mail, post paid, to an...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 June 1878

""#SBBB! 4A, MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Dally Globe ENVIOUS EDUCATORS. Meeting of the School BoardBusiness TransactedSupL Tousley and Director Tounif Lock Horns First Blood for TousleyWinthrop Retires Mad. An adjourned meeting of the school board was held at Superintendent Tousley's office in the Curtis block yesterday forenoon. The matter of the bids for the new Hum boldt school was first taken up. Director Gale stated that Mr. Cummings, the gentleman to whom the contract for con structing the Humboldt building was awarded, had made a mistake in his bid, and desired to raise it to $9,000, instead of $8,000 and over. On motion of Mr. Gale, the bid of Mr. Cummings was then rejected, and the bid of the next lowest bidder, Geo. Hollister, for the sum of $9,980.00 was accepted, a---d the com mittee authorized to contract witb Hollister when he shall furnish a bond in the sum of 83.000 with good and sufficient sureties for the faithful performance of the work. Messrs. Ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 19 June 1878

CEEAM CITY CREAM. .A XOTABLE EXCURSION TARTY IN ST. PAUL. JVrrival of the Mllwaukeeans, Ono Hun dred and Thirty-Eight StrongThe In -vadiaff Army ProVes to be Composed of a Host of "Good Fellows" and Enter prising Citizens of Ou Sister City Bach's Splendid Ba nd as an Accompani- mentThe Party Quartered at the Met- ropolitanCalls of Citizens at the Hotel and a General Assemblage at Grote's Tivoli With Bach's Forces to Entertain -The Programme for To-dayA Drive About the City This MorningCitizens' Carriages Wanted at 9 A M. Shortly after 6 o'clock last evening the special train over the Chicago, Milwankee & St. Paul railroad steamed into the depot at the foot of Jackson street, bearing a la g da ega tion of Milwaukee's business and proteabional men, under the especial conduct of the Mer chant's association. It was a notable party, composed of men of wealth, influence, and high social standingmerchants who have built for themselves reputations for honor, enter prise'and thrift as en...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 June 1878

---J YOLUMB I. THE AGONY OVER. CONGRESS COMPLETES ITS BUSINESS AN J) ADJOURNS. The Sundry Appropiiation Bill Passed Post Iioute Bills ost-Also the Bill In creasing the Pa of .Letter CarriersThe Bill Creating the Territory of Lincoln Laid Aside-Fort Snelling Bridge Bill Through All Right.Session"} of the House Enlivened by Passage of Arms Between Eden and Pound, and a Eight Over the Post Route BillThe House Goes on Rec ord Against An Payment of Rebel ClaimsFenton's Nomination Upon the .Silver Commission Crnfirmed after being once Rejected. Senate. WASHINGTON, June 19.In the Senate, after reading of the journal an executive session was hold. The Senate at 2:15 remained in execu tive session. Nominations under discussion were the commissioners to the international monetary conference. When the doors were reopened at 2.25, bills on the calendar were considered. The Hi-use joint resolution authorizing the clerk of the House to pay certain clerks out of the contingent fund, and to pay W. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 June 1878

Daily 0 Klrjbe BY HAL.JL. NO. 17, WABASHAW BTKKET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. Bt Ca rler. per month..85c I By Mail, per month...75c imonths .$2 50 8 months. .$2.28 6 months 5.001 6 months.. 4.10 12 months..10.M) I 12 msnths.. 8 dO 50 CKNTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOBE FOR THE CAMPAIGN. The campaign of 1878 bids fair to be as important and exc ting 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 oan 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, VA Two Democrats to Congress The Gt,OBK proposes to do its share to accomplish that result Two Republican district conventions are to be held July 10th, and two Democratic and the third Republican follow the same mouth. The DAILY GLOBE will be sent by mail, podt paid, to any a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 June 1878

-Mae! THE DOCTORS. XJMSJE TENTH ANNUAL MEETING AT ST. PETER. The Address of WelcomeList of Members Old and NewElection of OfficersDr. Finch, of Hastings, Carries Off the Presi- dency. Correspondence of the Globe 1 S T. PETE B, June Yd.The 10th annnal meet ing of the Minnesota State Medical Society convened here yesterday at 2 p. M. Th con vention was called to order by the president, Dr. Otis Ayer, of Le Sueur, followed by a prayer, by Kev. E Livermore. Mayor Randall then delivered an address of welcome to the convention as follows Mr. President and gentlemen of the Medical SocietyThe people St. Peter have great re spect tor the profession you represent, and an admiration for the distinguished names it has given to history trom the earliest period, to the present time, and they feel that you have paid them a flattering compliment in selecting their city for your annual convention. Whether you were prompted by curiosity to see our city and its picturesque Burioundmgs, or chose this a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 20 June 1878

OUK VISITOES. HOW T31ER PASSED THE DAY AND EVEXIXG. A Drive About the City "With Incidental HaltsA Happy Reunion at the Metro politan Last NightNumero us Speeches, plendi Music, and Lots of Good Felloiv- *hlp--The Finest Excursion Party Which Kver Visited St. Paul. Invigorated by a good night's rest, our guests from Milwaukee were stirring early yesterday morning, and the corridors of the Metropolitan were soon crowded by the good-looking visitors, ongratulating each other upon the bright skies with which they were favored for their trip a i onnd St. Paul. Good nature reigned supreme until a cloud arose. At first it was no bigger than a man's hand, but graduallly it accumu Uted till it darkened the corridors and even leached into the billiard and dining rooms. Little groups of men were gathered here and there conversing in low tones, each consulting the columns of a copy of the GLOBE which he held in his hand. An outsider passing by could occasionally hear such remarks as "He tue ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 June 1878

'^"'THHB ~*j K4*^ VOLUME I. THE WIND UP. XJLOSIXG HOURS OF THE FORTY FIFTH CONGRESS. Session Continued Until 1 o'clock Yesterday Waiting the Enrollment of the Sundries Appropriation Bill-Scenes of Confusion in the HouseThe Hot Spring's Commission Defeated by Blundering Enrollment Brown's Little Bill for Expenses Upon the Louisiana CommissionBonds Called InMiscellaneous. Senate. WASHINGTON, June 20, 2 A. M.Senator Con- over called up the House bill to pay Geo. H. Giddings for services as mail contractor on the route from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to San Antonio, Texas, which wan discussed at some length and passedyeas 23, nays 17. Senator Blaine submitted a resolution ex tending the session until 2 o'clock to-day, Thursday. Senator Windom said he had just come from the House of Representatives, and it was said the enrollment of the sundry civil bill would become settled by 5 A. M. Should the time of adjournment be extended as proposed by the Senatoi from Maine, it was feared the House wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 June 1878

Daily (Elobe. BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAVT BTBEET, ST. PAPL. Terms of Subscription to the Dally Globe. By Carrier, per month. .85c I By Mall, per month..J5c 8 months..$2.50 3months..$2.26 6months.. 5.001 months.. 4.00 12 months..10.00 I 12months.. 8.00 ST. PAUL, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1878. THE anti-administration organs of Ohio excuse the resolution indorsing the Presi dent by claiming that the indorsement was intended in a purely Pickwickian sense. Call you this backing your friends? THERE is one consolation that Democrats will have in the loss of Alexander H. Stephens' support. Every cause he has ever espoused has proved a dismal failure, just as Hayes' administration will be. Doubts as to the success of the Democratic programme would have been in order had he rallied to its support. ______________ THERE will be no excuse hereafter for mis representing or misunderstanding the attitude of the Democratic party toward the Presiden tial title.Cincinnati Enquirer. O, yes, there willther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 June 1878

& OFFICIAL. Proceedings of the Common Coun cil. Regular Meeting. ST. PAUL, June 18, 1873. Vic President Grace in the chair. Present Aid Allen, Dowlan, Dreis, Griggs, Kittson, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Sanborn, Smyth, Mr. President11 The Clerk reported that the Hon. Norman W. Kittson had qualified by taking the oath of office as Alderman for the second district Second ward Placed on file COMMUNICATIONS From Hon. Wm lthodes, President of the Council To the Hon. Thomas Grace, Vice President, and members of the Common Council, City of St Paul I regret extremely that at the first meeting of the Council after my election a-3 President, I am prevented from attending the cause thereof being pre-emptory. I trust hereafter nothing will prevent my prompt attendance Yours respectfully WM RHODES Accepted and placed on file From the same officei appointing STANDTNO COMMITTrES FOB 1878 Ways and MeansSmyth, Grace, Griggs. Claims and AccountsGriggs, Allen, Grace, O'Connor, McCarthy, Smyth Fire ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 21 June 1878

f I THE IMPEACHMENT. Commenwmeot of the Closing Argument* Manager Gilman Makes Hi Speech for the rrosecutlon. The impeachment court met at 9:30 yester day morning, as per adjournment, and imme diately upon coming to order, Hon. C. A. Gil man, of managers, commenced upon the clos ing argument for the prosecution. He began by saying that he would never have presumed to have appeared in a case of such magnitude were it a purely legal matter. I was, however, a case of the people, partly judicial and partly political. The matter is one of great notoriety, so much so that it will be difficult to draw a distinct line between the general talk and the evidence actually submitted. The duty of the managers was to maintain the rights of a co-ordinate branch, without malice or vindictiveness. The House of Re presentatives after thorough consideration, brought articles of impeachment by more than a two-thirds vote, and it is not its fault that these proceedings have been had. The posi tion of a j...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 June 1878

VOLUME I. UA* jf UGH! UGH! UGH! The Bloody Blood!es3 Indian Alarm in Burnett County, Wisconsin. GLOBE REPORTER AT THE FRONT. A Host of Rumors and Stories Showing A Big Scare Wita Little or No Cause. TERRIFIC FORCE OF 8 WARRIORS Which Seems to be the Bulk of the In evading Army of Fire-Water Red Sim? TJDU^ Thare Are Fifty in the County. COL. FORSYTHE REACHES SCENE. He Will Accompany the "Globe" Re porter to Ascertain the Bot tom Facts. [Special Telegram to the Globe.) HEADQUARTERS AT THE E Via Ru-H Crrr, Minn., Jane 21.The excitement created bv the Indian scare has not greatly abated Arriving here 1 found several Scan dinavians who had come in from Grantsburg, driven in from sheer flight. I found these people, and all I could get from them wa9 that men advised them to get away as Boon as pos Bible. None had seen Indians, and ncne knew of any violence or outrage having been per petrated by them. Many of the men returned to their harnes to dav somewhat ASHAMED OF THEIR 80ARE. bat they ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 June 1878

dtofew* flfrriijtifr Dailij nintiE IJY P. KAIX, NO. 17, WABASHAW 8TKLI3T, ST. PAUL. Ter ms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By oa rier, per month 85o I By Mail, per month...Vic y 1 8 i nth $ 2 50 FOR THE CAMPAIGN. The campaign of 1878 bids fair to be as important and exc Ung as auy which tho country has witnessed gmco 1860. It Is conceded that the Democrats will have control of the Senate in 1879. If the Democrat* can retain the House of Representatives, which they now holJ, 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, Sen! TWQ Democrats to Congress The GLOBE proposes to do its share to accomplish that result Two Eepublican dibtrict conventions are to be held July 10th, and two Democratic and the third Eepublican follow the Bame month The DAILY GCOBE will be sent by mail, post paid, to any address, from JULY lOtl TO MEMBER lOtH FOR TWO DOLLARS. Tins is only FIFTY CENTS FJEK. MONTH....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 June 1878

*&*- MINNEAPOLIS NEAVS Specially Reported for the Pally Olobe MINNEAPOLIS GL.OBEI.JETS. Receipts of wheat, 13,600 bushels. Shipments of flour yesterday. 2,880 barrels. There will be an adjourned meeting of the board of education this morning at 9 o'clock. Only one drunk at the municipal court yes- terday. It was not a Milwaukee man, either. Examinations for admission to the universi ty take place at Assembly hall next Tuesday, beginning at 8:30 A. M. The district court, Jude Vanderburgh presid ing, was occupied all day with the Kimbail Ferrin mal-practice (suit. It seems to be end less. The excursionists started at the appointed hour on their return trip over the Iowa and Minnesota division, leaving in good health and spirits. The raees at the driving park yesterday after noon were only tolerably well attended, but those who were there seem to have enjoyed themselves. Large numbers aro visiting Lakes Harriet and Calhoun and Cedar Lake this beautiful weather, and enjoying themsel...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 22 June 1878

%vW"'"' t' IMPEACHMENT. Ay OTHER DAY XBARER THE ENt. Hon. W. Clough Submits a Portion of His Argnmmt-It is Largely Devoted t the Law in the CaseContinuing of His Argument This Morning. Nearly all the Senators were in their seats when the impeachment court convened yester day. There were besides a number of specta tors, including several ladies. Mr. Clough, of he prosecution, commenced by saying he should demonstrate in as short a way as possi ble that the respondent in this case had been g'tlHv of crime* and misdemeanor* and corrupt ooaduct in office. th a read the article of tnj o.nititutioa riliting to impeachment, de ducing from its language that it waB not nec essary for an act to be indictable to constitute an impeachable affair. Th impeachable offenses are crimes and misdemean ors. Tho term crime includes every act in violation of law. But if there were doubt3 about the construction of the law as to these matters, it can make no difference in this case, because the offenses ch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

POTTER'S PUMP. JPLI en VIGOROUSLY AJfI SUCCESS FULLY YESTERDAY. Mrs. .tanks, the Famous Go-Between, on the StandHard Swearing to Protect Pirate Sherman, but His Share in the Weber-Anderson Bribery Very Clearly Brought OutThe Guaranty Written in the Presence of the "Visiting Statesmen and SiRi "Jobn Shtpnan" TJi Tell- Tale Document Kow Jloporteil Kaf in the "Archives." WAHKINQTON, June 22.The Potter commit tee renamed its session to-day. Gen. Butler stated that he would he absent in cae Senator Matthews desired to testify, having seen a pub lication saying the reason that Matthews did aot appear was his fear of being insulted by him. Butler. ALI, SERKNK. Mr. McMahon explained that in his passage with Mr. Heed yet?rday, he had not intended to reflect upon that gentleman's voracity, and reports in papers to that effect were mistaken. Mr. Hoed, explained, lie had not understood McMahon had made any such reflection, and that what the newspapers had published in re gard to tho matter was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

The Housewife. What has this woman been doing, So long since the morning began'' I don't behve she can remember One-half of the work she has dona Diessmg the dear little baby, Combing his soft silken hair, Putting him back in the cradle To sleep and grow healthy and fair, Doing the work in the kitchen, Just what it happens to be, Covering books for the school-ioom, Ready for callers at three. Mending and making and chatting. Two or three children to teach, If not the primer's first lesson, Methods no others can peach. That's -what this woman's been doing, Day after day 'tis the bame, Angels, O watch and defend her ''Mother"for that is her name. THE STOW AW Al. Ay, ay, sir they're smart seamen enoug,h no doubt, them Dalmatians, and reason good, too, seein' they man half the Austrian navy but they ain't got theas seasonin'of an Englishman, put it how yer will!" I am standing on the upper deck of the Austrian Lloyd steamer, and beside me, with his elbow en the hand-rail and his short p...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

"9M9M&SI 1 The Reason. Dear! dear! what is the matter now With papa's precious little pet? How troubled is the little brow! The cheeks with falling tears are wet. Come here, and tell your papa, Bweet, What it is alt about." "I sha'n't'" And on a stool she took a seat. Back to me with an antrry flaunt. Of course she needed discipline But we who felt the rigorous rule In childhood, are quite apt to sin At the extreme from that old school. So I read on and let her pout Awhile, and then said pleasantly "Come, Rosy-Posy, turn about And tell me what your grief can be. Did dolly cry when she "was dressed. Or Carlo hark till you were 'fraid, Or Kitty scratch because you pressed Or pinched or scared her as you played? Did mamma" "Yes! that's what is ib!" She cried, and faced me in a trice. "She wouldn't do my hair in friz! And then she said I wasn't nice! "Well, yes, I s'poseof courseI cried, And that was why she said so, but She's cross' I won't be pacified! She's jubt as uglj" "There! ...

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