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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

4 (KlnlK- Dail^ O HAIX. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAXIL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Glob*. By Carler, per month..85c By Mall, per month.. ^5o iT,thii..82.50lI 3 months .$2.2 5 6months.. 4.00 X2months.. 8-60 1 8 months. .$2.50 6 months.. 5.00 I 12 months. .10.UM 8T. PAUL, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1878. THE closing hours of Congress were dis graced by numerous instances of drunken ness. There is ample room for the work of he Congressional temperance society that a few years ago exercised some influence for good. THE Chicago Tribune is abusing its co temporaries for publishing advertisements of lotteries, while they are retorting upon it for printing indecent advertisements from male and female courtesans. They are all honorable, virtuous papers, and they all speak the truth. SPEAKER RANDAM, deserves to be clubbed. He delayed the marriage ceremony of Sena tor Swann and Mrs. Thompson, at Philadel phia, the other day, for a full half hour by falling asleep in a barber's chair. The cer...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

MINNEAPOLIS NEWS .C i Specially Reported for the Daily Globe WASHBURN. I1in County Convention Assembles11is Stan Hicks Chosen ChairmanHis Man Lane, for SecretaryOnly One Town Rep resented Outside of the CityWhere, Oh, Where, Was Keith?Fletcher's Itesolu- tiotiH. Where wa Dr. Keith? The convention passed off without the slightest trouble. Of course Fletcher was there, but he was never known to be so quiet for such a length of time. The convention was called to order by Charley Johnson promptly on time, and (ac- cording to previous arrangement) Charley Johnson's friend. Col. H. G. Hicks, was chosen chairman. There was no con test on anything. Freeman P. Lane acted as secretary to give the, boys their credentials after they had been chosen (by Gen. Washburn) and the thing passed off as smoothly as anything could that had been arranged by Fletcher two months in advance. And how quiet Fletch er was! The GLOBE representative struggl ed with him for two mortal hours to secure a position on...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

Jeannette's Gilt. BY MART BARB. One Christmas eve the fair Jeannette Dreamily sat before her glass Not a braid in its place was set, Curls were all in a tangled mass There she sat with a lazy grace, Smiling back at her own bright face. Over her neck the hair unrolled. Small white fingers among it stray Philip says it is just like gold, But Pnilip knows just what to say, Harry he looks and sighs and looks, Philip talks as they do in boobs. Harry, I know, is true as steel, Neyer a thought has he of harm Philip is stylish and very genteel, Harry iust owns a dairy farm Philip's a lawyer and loves a fee, Harry loves nothing at a\l but me. 0, last summer, what hours we spent Ankle-deep in the orchard grass Harry went wherever I went (Bright was the face in the looking-glass) Now it is Christmas eve I'll see How Philip and Harry remember me. Under the holly Jeannette stands, Robed in he richest silks and lace, Jeweled locket within her hands, Holding the handsome Philip's face Jeweled lock...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

IN DEADWOOD. How the Mintnrf Operations are Carried On Home Good "Clean VVH"Theatricals Fine Companies. [Correspondence of the GIOBB .1 DKADWOO D, T., June 11.Of the many processes for gold mining, ut two are at present employed in the Hills, owing to the frequent and heavy storms and floods that have occurred during the past two nths filling tunnels," shafts and drifts, destroy ing marks and rendering roads impassable. The exceptio ns alluded to are milling and hydraulicing, he latter being a new method for the Hills, and one by* which a very large gold yield will eventually be secured. Hydraulic diggings are generally found upon hills or bars, of other places destitute of water, and therefore necessitate a con siderable expenditure of labor and money in the way of flumes, ditcher, etc., ere a revenue is received. It is no small task to divert water from its natural course and cany it for mil es along he mountain sides and over their crests to some distant point. Nor are the means ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 23 June 1878

THE LAW OF IT. M.Cloug Expounds I a Appli- cable to the Charges i the Page Im- peachmeut-- Adjournment Tuesday, When Hon. Iavis Will Sum for the Awusjd. The time for the assembling of the impeach, ment court yesterday morning, found a un- usually large number of Senators present for a Saturday session. President Wakefield brought down his gavel promptly a 9:30, and as promptly Mr. Clough resumed his argument, saying that at the close of Friday's sessions he was speaking i reference to the report of the grand jury i the Ingmundsou matter. The contents of the report made that jury to Judge Page, said did not show any compulsion of the town of Clayton to pay the order twice, and there was nothing in the report to show that Ingmundson had an thing with such double payment, or that he was in any way re- sponsible for it if it was so paid, further, the CTammation made the matter failed to bhow that the ordei had been paid twice. Coleman, the paee of the order, swore that aa paid but once,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 June 1878

-Ta ng tf jNaV-^, VOLUME I. MADAME JENKS. THE PRETENDED ALPII4 AND OMEGA OF THE SHERMAN LETTER. Her Vaudeville Performance Before the Potter CommitteeHer Nimble Tongue Balks the ExaminersBut Her Utter In ap icity Understand the Nature of an Oath, Leaves a Bad Impression Behind- 8I)ellnbarj er, Sherman's Counsel, Es pecially Disgusted With Her Frivolity and Plaj ins With the TruthHer Exoner ation ot Anderson and Sherman in the game Broth Especially Distasteful to the Administration GangHurat Halstead to Be Called to Tell all Knows About Conklin.i's Position to the Electoral Com mission. [Special Telegram to the Globe, "WASHINGTON. June 23.It was a French vau deville before the investigating committee yes terday. It was a sparkling comedy, in which a nimble-tongued woman kept two experinced lawyers at bay fur an entire day. And while it can hardly be considered that she specially attained any advantage of them, yet the condi tion of affairs was left in a very unsatisfactory state at t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 June 1878

Daily lobe. BV H. P. UALI. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Mail, per mouth...15c Br C riar, per month. .860 8 months..$2 50 Smooths.. 5.00 12 months. .10.M3 Send Two Democrats to Congress The GLOBE 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 month. The DAILY GLOBB will be sent by mail, post paid, to any address, from JDLY Mil TO NOVEMBER 111 FOR TWO DOLLARS. This is only FIFTY CENTS DPJilR INIOISTTH. Ten thousand new subscribers willenable the DAILY GLOBE to let such a flood of light in upon Republican frauds and mismanagement as to secure two Demo cratic Congressmen from Minnesota, Lict the trienas Of honest government throughout the State Join in securing this glorious result. The GLOBE piomises to make the campaign interesting Do not delay, but send in your names at once to commence July 10th. ST. PAUL., M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 24 June 1878

W I From Sunday's Edition. All of the Matter on this page is from the SUNDAY GLOBE, and comprises the more im- portant Telegraphic, Local and General News which appeared in that edition. PQTTEB'S PUMP. PLIED VIGOROUSLY AND SUCCESS FULLY YESTERDAY. Mrs. Jenks, 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 (rod Signed "JoTin, Sherman" Ibe TCell- Tale Document Now Reported Safe In the "Archives." WASHINGTON, Juno 22.The Potter commit tee resumed its sessien to-day. Gen. Butler stated that he would be absent in case Senator Matthews desired to testify, .having seen a pub lication saying the reason that Matthews did not appear was ni8 fear of being insulted by him, Butler. ALL SERENE. Mr. McMahon explained that in his passage with Mr. Reed yesterday, he had not intended to reflect upon that gsntlmau's veracity, and reports in pap...

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

GOSPEL MEETING AT THE OPERA HOUSE SUNDAY AFTERNOON. -vr-w. 'B. Jacob., tlo Chicago Evansellst, Discourse* Upon the Text, "We are Am- bassadors of Christ"An Interesting and Earnest Meeting. Th3 Opera House was comfortably filled yesterday afternoon by an attentive andience in attendance upon the go9pel meeting held under the auspices of the Young Men's Christian association. The proceedings were open ed by Mr Holdridge, the secretary of the association, giving out the familiar hymn, "All hail the power of Jesu s' name," the first two and last stanzas of which were sung by the entire congregation. This was followed by the first three and last stanzas of "There is a founta in filled with blood," after which Rev. Edwards led in prayer, and the first four verses of the 103 Psalm were read and expounded by Mr Jacobs. The fiist stanza of "Jesus, lover of my soul" having be en sung, Mr. Thomas Coch ran, Jr., said that he regiett ed to announce lhat )t had been found impossible for ltev. Pie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 June 1878

ftf i VOLUME I. TfiUTH TORTURED. FOR THE BENEFIT OF l'IR 4.TE SHER MAN, ETAL. By the Notorious Mrs. JeuksHer Oily Tongue Wag* Glibly in Telling the Men- dacious StoryEven Cock-Eyed. Ben Put to Shauie by the Brazen Cheek and Un blushing Impudence of the Jezebel-The Flippant Farce and Lying Comedy to be Continued To-dayGen. Boyntou,the Cor respondent, Denies Some of His Sti eet Cor ner Absei tlon*--Pressed to the "Wall by Butler, He Calls Upon the Committee for ProtectionAnd Intimate-, a W illingness to Pcitorate BenUnder Which Threat the Committee Goes Into Secret Session and Then Adjourns. Mrs. JenJcs,ofthc Horse Marines, She Treats the Committee to Theatric Scenes, Declinlno to Srfj What in. Bell SUeJWearis. And &he Hails from Louisiana. WASHINGTON, June 24.The Potter investi gation committee resumed its session to-day, Mr. Potter presiding. Mis. Jenks, on entering the room, made a very dignified bow to mem bers of the committee, and took her seat in the witness1 chair. Mr. Spr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 June 1878

Daity (Kobe. HAJLJL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STBEET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the .Daily Globe. R Carler. per month.$285c I By Mall, per month.. .'t'tc gmonth 5 0 3months..&J-.J5 6 months. 1 (X) moatns.. 4.00 12 month3 .lO.i 0 "12 menth*.. 8.00 50 CENTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOBE FOR THE CAMPAIGN. The campaign of 1878 bids fair to be as important and exo 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 can retain the House of Bepresentatives, which they now hold, they will have full control of Congress. The Bepublicans are making a hf 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 Republican district conventions are to be 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 any addre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 June 1878

*aktt| wpippmii MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Wheat receipts, 9,600 bushels. Flour shipments yesterday, 4,700 barrels. Judge Stearns, of Duluth, was in the city yesterday. Two or three persons were heard to remark yesterday that itvtas hot. Sheriff Dutoib, of Chaska, was in the city yesterday, gazing at the sights. General Rosser will leave the city this morn ing for the Northern Pacific country. The Minneapolis stove foundry is completed and will open up forbusiness next Monday. Westminister Presbyterian church will enjoy as excursion to Minnetonka on Friday next. Hennepin avenue will hereafter be sprinkled from Washington avenue to Thirteenth street. Mr. George Morgan, cadet at West Point, yesterday arrived at home to spend his vacation with friends in this city. A largo number of Masons from the city went down to Aibort. Lea yesterday to partici pate in the celebration to be given there. The suit against Dr. Kimball for malprac tice...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 25 June 1878

HOME OF THE DEAD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE OAKLAND CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. The Report of the .Year's Business Submit- ted--The Affairs in a Healthy Condition Election of Officers for the Ensuing Year. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Oakland Cemetery association was held yesterday morning in its offices on Wabashaw street. There was quite a respectable attend ance of the members, and the meeting was or ganized by the appointment of Mr. Godfrey Siegenthaler as chairman and Mr. R. Marvin as secretary. The reports of the secretary, treasurer and actuary were read and adopted, which are em bodied in the following report of the board of trustees to the stockholders, as required by the articles of the association To the members of the Oakland Cemetary As sociation. GENTLEME N: I reviewing the business per taining to the Oakland cemetety and its histoiy for the past twelve months, while there are no salient points which may be particularly dwelt upon, yet it would seem that the memb...

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

I! i VOLUME I. PITKIN'S PALAVEE. WHAT HE SAYS ABOUT ANDERSON AND WEBER. After a Brief Talk With Mrs. Jenks and Boynton the Committee Take up Pitkin Beads an Elaborate Statement of His Relatione With Red-Headed dimAnd Asserts that His Protest Was Made by His Own Free WillHis Knowledge of the Sherman and Matthews tettersLevis- see's Transactions With the Bribers. WASHINGTON, June 25.The examination of jVIrs. Jenks was resumed to-day as soon as the Potter committee met. She said she had not received the letter inquired for yesterday and did not know whether they would be of any importance. Witness had seen Mrs. Weber at Donaldsonville shortly before leaving for Wash ington, and Mrs. Weber had told her that An derson had said that she (Mrs. Jenks) had re ceived about one hundred thousand dollars for certain documents and appeared somewhat hurt because she had received no portion of the money. Mrs. Jenks, however, informed Mrs. Weber that she had never received any money whatever. Genera...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 26 June 1878

Daily (KlnhE BY a P. HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. Byv Ca'rler. per month$2850o I By Mail, pemonths. The GLOBE 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 month. The DAILY GLOBE will be sent by mail, post paid, to any address, from JULY IDA TO MEMBER lOtH FOR TWO DOLLARS. Tins is only FIFTY CENTS IE1H MO^TH. Tn thousand new subscribers will enable the DAILY GLOBE to let such a flood of light in upon Republican frauds and mismanagement as to secure two Demo cratic Congressmen from Minnesota, Lot the friends of honest government throughout the State join in securing this glorious result. The GLOBE promises to make the campaign mtet esting Do not delay, but send in your names at once to commence July 10th. Democratic Congressional Conventions, First District. The Demooratlc voters of the Firbt Congressional...

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

K- "M m. -"a-mpfta. MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Red Rock camp meeting opens up for busi- ness this morning. St. Mark's parish will picnic at White Bear lake on Thursday of this week. One hundred and fifty recruits arrived at this point on their way westward yesterday. The State insurance convention will assem- ble at the board of trade room in the city at 10 o'clock A. M. The county commissioners' committee on roads and bridges, were enjoying the pleasant weather yesterday,-while viewing a county road. Messrs. McNair & Dolliver, representing the Manufacturer's insurance company of Boston, yesterday paid its loss on the Washburn "A" mill. Another fast flour train left on the C. M. & St. P. road Monday night. It carried out 2,700 barrels for Liverpool, London, Bristol and Glasgow. Pettit, Robinson & Co. are causing the erec tion of their flouring mill with all possible dispatch. They expect to have it under roof within a we...

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

PAGE'S DAY. HW C. K. DAVIS SUMS UP THE CASE Able and Eloquent ArgumentReview of the Law Applicable to Impeachment CourtsArticles One and Two Judicially Reviewed in a Caustic MannerThe .Senate Has a Brief Evening .Session to Consider Exorbitant FeesPage and Anli-Pageites in Attendance. As per adjournment of Saturday laat, the Senate Bitting as a court of impeachment for the trial of Judge Sherman Page, met at 6:30 o'clock yesterday morning. I being understood that Ex-Gov. C. K. Davis was to commence his summing up argument for the defense, nearly every Senator was promptly in his seat. The lobby and aisles of the chamber and the gallery were also crowded with specta tors, among whom were a large number of ex cursionists from Austin and Mower counties, made up of both friends of the prosecution and defense, the ladies of the party occupying seats along each side of the chamber, the par tisans upon opposite tides. I addition to these and the usual attendants, were a large number of mem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 June 1878

i ~=ao ,W VOLUME I. FRAUD FAKES. PROCEEDING OF THE ELECTORAL INVESTIGATION YESTERDAY. A. Xittle More of Jenk's Jingle* TJnsatisfac tory and Deceiving as UsualA. G. Haley Proves Her in a Lie as to Possession of the Sherman LetterHugh Campbell, a Visiting Statesman and an Office Holder Under His rraudulency,xeiJs the x*i Was Expected to Tell. WASHINGTON, June 26.Mrs. Jenks was be fore the Potter committee again to-day, and said she may have letters trom Senator Kel logg not yet submitted to the committee, but declined to produce them without the consent of that gentleman, which that gentleman gave through Judge Shellabarger. The Senator ad ded he was desirous of having any and all cor respondence between himself and Mrs. Jenks laid before the committee. Mrs. Jenks then Baid the letteis were in New Orleans, and she would produce them as soon as possible. The expected package of Ander son letters has not yet been received. In reply to questions, the witness said she dictated the Sherman...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 June 1878

Dailu (Klnte. BY HALL. NO. 17, WABA8HAW STKKET. ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Carrier, per month..85o 8 months..$2.50 6months.. 5.00 12 months..10.00 enlarging our prisons. By Mail, per month.. .75o 3 months..$2.26 6 months.. 4.00 Mmenths.. 8.00 ST. PAUL, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1878. THEKE are now two instances in American history of prominent persons shielding themselves from justice behind a woman's skirtsJeff Davis and John Sherman. LET 'S have a congress of the powers to settle the dispute between Abe Hewitt and Hank Watterson. Congresses are all the style just now, and no able-bodied dispu tants can afford to be without one. WH EN Sherman has to depend upon such a woman as Mrs. Jenks, who all the world knows testified as she was taught by Sher man himself, he is in a bad way indeed. Such a defense is worse than none at all. THE SE are some advantages in being a pretty treasury girl. Besides running a chance of catching some rich old Senator in the matrimoni...

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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 June 1878

*r- wwt MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Wheat 87 and 90 cents. Shipments of flour, 2,550 barrels Receipts of wheat, 7,220 bnshels St. Mark's picnic to White Bear to-day A good day for the opening of the Bed Bock oatnp meeting. The East side enjoved the luxury of a false alarm of fire yesterday morning Major Bo Rose, of Mankato, -was shaking hands with an army of friends this cit\ yes- terday. Rev A. A. Smith, the new pastor of the Free Will Baptist church, arrived yesterday morn ing, and will occupy his pulpit on Sunday. The excavation for the new Monroe school building in South Minneapolis, was commenc ed yesteiday. The building will be completed in time for the fall ttrm The city engineer deserves the thanks of the entire community for the five-plank Cross walks he is patting down in the business por tion of the cityonly they should be ouilt o sound pine lumber in all cases One of the American Express oompat y's wa gons yesterdaj tried...

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