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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 27 June 1878

J. H. STEWART, M.C. A GLOBE REPORTER ASCERTAINS BIS VIEWS AND PRINTS 'EM. ~XXe Does TCofc Propose to Qutotly Stxomlt to Washburn's Gam* But Will Appaltoth People--HIB Labors In WashingtonEd itors Who Want to Make Small Loans- When the Doctor Declined They Sud denly Became Converted to Washburn The Strumpet of Corruption Evidently at Work. Dr. Stewart, having just reached home from Washington, waB tbe recipient of numerous calls yesterday and congratulations upon his success in advancing the interests of his con stituents. As anything of public interest without a GLOBE reporter being present would be an anomaly, and, in fact, cease to be of public interest, a GLOBE representative was among the number who thronged the returned Representative's office. The doctor seemed to be in extraordinary good health, and if the Washburn raid upon him has had any effect it has been to im prove his digestion, for he appears heartier and younger than ever. After congratulating the doctor upon the opp...

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 June 1878

~4 T*r VOLUME I. THE FEEEETS. VTMO ARE MAKING IT LIVELY FOR TUB BOYS Conclusion of Maislial Pitkin's Testimony Before the Potter Coinmitteelsouiethlng Affecting Mrs. Jenka' VeracityThe Florida Case Taken Cp and W. JE. Chand ler and I/. G. Dennis Examined. WASHINGTON, June 27.The Potter committe to-daj questioned ex-Marshal Pitkin upon the Bielhoxl of employing deputy marshals Lou isiana. Mr Pitkin said he always believed ehe legality of the Packard lejrislature, and was of the opinion that the Packatd government eoul have sustained itself within three weeks after recognition by the administration, with out the aid of federal troops. The witness narrated a statement made to him by Geo J. Swazy of a conference of members of the Packard legislature and mem bers of the McVeagh commission immediately preceedmg the withdrawal of troops and the recognition of the Nichols' government Pitkin gave a detai'ed stoiy of this caucus which he had received fiom a membei ot the Packard legislature. ...

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 June 1878

Daily (Elotre HALL NO. IT, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Dally Globe. Bv Carrier, per month 85o I By Mail, per month .7So 'a^ontha S2.60 ^months 2 2S 6 months 5 00 I 6 months 4 00 12 months 10 O I Kmenth* 8 00 ST PAUL, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1878. THEBE seems to have been a method in Mrs. Jenks' ''unsconscionsness" about the time she was prying into private correspond ence. IUEHK were fifteen men in the Iowa Re publican convention who had but one arm or one leg. The rest had but one idea, and not a veiy large one at that. GOBTSCHAKOJT has announced that he will take no further part in the congress. He is disguated at tho concessions made to Eng lana and Austria, and wishes to avoid re sponsibility for theui. HAYES says that only money actually need ed will be expended, no matter what the ap propriations are. Now let us watch for the smplns in thetreasmy at the close of the year. Bung on your microscopes. NoTnJTHsii'sDn.G tlie violent opposition of the Cincinnati ...

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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 June 1878

"H|l| -naanj mi L-4" |Y) MINNEAPOLISNEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Wheat, unchanged, 90@87. Flour shipments, 2,625 barrels. Receipts of wheat, 12,500 bushels. The fortune telling birds are perambulat ing the streets. The district court has adjourned until the ixtk day of July. A pleasant time is reported at White Bear, by the St. Mark's excursion. French plate windows, broken by the great explosion in Centennial block, are being re placed. Look out for the open air concert by the Total Abstinence band, in South Minneapo lis, to-night. The visiting Knights Templar spoken of in yesterday's GLOBE, left for their homes in Wisconsin, yesterday morning City Engineer "Rinker yesterday located the proposed culvert on Eighth street and Second avenue southeast, East Division. A man named Johnson was injured by being struck on the head by a plank at Nudd & Co.'s eave trough factory "Wednesday afternoon. J. B. Bassett, Esq., president of the Min neapolis E...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 28 June 1878

TOTA ABSTINENCEsupplnyoth SECOND AND LAST DAY OF THE CON- VENTION. A AddreM to the PeopleValuable Re port Froin the Committee on Immigration Election of Officers for the Ensuing YearA Banquet in the Evening Ihe convention of the State Catholic Total Abstinence association convened at the Cathedral schools at 9 3 0 yesterday morning, the Rev. Colter, of "Winona, opening the proceedings with prayei, after which the hearmg of reports of county pres- idents was continued. Repor ts of the various committees were next in order, that on insurance elicited considerable controversy, but was finally adopted The insuran ce scheme is based upon the same plan as that of the Free Masons and other similar societies. The re ports which more particularly concern the public was that of the committee on address to the people, and that of the committee on i lgration Mr. M. H. Keely, of Faribault, and chair man of the foimer, lepoited as follows- ADDBESS TO THE PFOPLE The prime factor the achievement of...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 June 1878

I VOLUME I. FLORIDA FRAUDS. WORK OF THE POTTER COMMITTEE YESTERDAY. Index Noyes Tells the Story of His Talla hassee VisitHe Went Upon His Own Option, Promised Nothing by Authority of Hayes, and Had Nothing to Do With becnrlng a Dishonest CountGen. Lew Wallace Also Rises to Explain-Dennis Briefly Examined and to Be Recalled Sub-Conunittee in INew Orleans. WASHROIOX, June 28.The Potter commit tee appointed Eunton, McMahon, Springer, Butler ana Hiscock a sub-committee to remain in Washington and take testimony. Potter, Morrison and Cox will act as a relief for it and the sab-committee in New Orleans. At the B ssion to-day L. E. Dennis resumed his story. He said box No. two of Archer pre cint in Alachua county, Florida, was objected to by the Demociats on account of alleged fraud. The inspector of the polls, had, a confidential conversation with witness, admitted that there had been 219 fraudulent names added to the list of voters, and his knowledge of the fact was partially the cause o...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 June 1878

A i Dailij (KttflE. HAIX. NO. 17. WABASHAT STBKET, 8T. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Carrier, per month 85c I By Mall, per month...7'ic 8 months $2 50| 3 months. .$2 25 6 months 5 00 12 months 10 6months.. 4 00 12 months 8 00 50 CENTS A MONTH. THE DAILY GLOB E 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 hare control of the Senate in 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. Minnesota can, with proper effort, Sen! Two Democrats to Congress Tho GLOBE pioposes 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 tne same month The DAILY GLOBE will be sent by mail, post paid, to any address,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 June 1878

MINNEAPOLISNEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBULES. Wheat 85 and 88 cents. Wheat receipts 8,000 bushela. Flour shipments 3.4GO barrels. The council committee on claima 'will meet at the office of the city comptroller to day at 10 o'clock. The council committees on gas and fire de partment were called to meet yesterday af ternoon, bat failed to connect. Workmen are engaged in laying sidewalk on the new stone-arch bridge. Th struc ture will be open to travel by July 4th. Oscar Shepherd,who works at Lamoreaux's mill, was so severely injured by the slipping of a cant-dog with which he was endeavor ing to turn a log, that he will lose a hand. The "Westminster excursion did not return until about 9 o'clock last evening. A few drops of rain fell on the party, bat nothing more serious was reported. The Boston Underwriters Insurance com pany has gone out of business in Minneso ta, and re-insured its risks in the Atlantic company, of New York, represented by Gale &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 29 June 1878

V- ACQUITTED ...JUDGE TAGE "NOT GUILTY" ON ALL THE ARTICLES. The L.ong Impeachment Trial Ended and the TCesnlt "Which Every One Expected Ucaelcd~Tlie Vote in DetailThe "Noble" Clongh the Only Man Who Stands Fire on Every Article. The impeachment court met at the usual hour, and Mr. Hinds commenced his argument for the day by consideration of the third arti cle, which charges respondent with prejudging' the demand of one Mandeville for compensa tion as court deputy, without being called upon to decide the matter. The argument upon this article was similar to that as to the second, that it mattered not whether Mandeville's claim was just or not, the fact that Jndge Page prejudged the case, made him guilty of corrupt conduct in office, and rendered him liable to impeachment, if the act was the result of mal ice, as he argued it was. ARTICLE I'OUK. The impeachable offense in this article, Mr. Hinds said, was that Judge Page prejudged the right of one Stimson to $5.50 retained by him as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

~W -"V- 'TBS8S5 VOLUME I. POTTEE'S PUMP. SUCTION APPLIED AT BOTH ENDS OP TUX LINE. The Investigation Proceeding Both at Washington and Ne OrleansMra. Jenks Enlivens the Washington Com mittee with Some of Her Evasive but Sharp SayingsBill Chandler Manipu lated Ben Butler Especially wltlm Reference to the MacVeasrh Commis- sionPackard Leads the Trail in the Same Direction at the New Orleans End. The Potter Committee". WASHINGTON, Jane 29.The Potter commit tee has received a telegram from Gov. Packard stating that he has been cited to appear before the Bub-committee in New Orleans to-day, and it is understood that bis examination on all the points suggested by Gen. Batler will take place there. UBS. AGNES nana appeared and produced her correspondence with James Anderson, bat, Gen. Batler be ing absent, the letters were not read. Mrs. Jenks, under examination, still refused to dis close the name of the person to Whom she dic tated the BO-salled Sherman letter. The party was sitting agai...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

POTTER'S PUMP. SUCTION APPLIED AT BOTH ENDS OF TUB LINE. The Investigation Proceeding Both at Washington and New Orleans-Mrs. Jenks Enliven* the Washington Com mittee with Some of Her Evasive but Sharp SayingsIII 11 Chandler Manipu lated by Ben Butler Especially with Reference to the MacVeajrh Commis- sionPackard Leads the Trail in the Same direction at the New Orleans End. The Potter Committee'. WASSISOTON, June 129- The I*otter commit tee has received a telegram from Gov. Packard stating that he has been cited to appear before the Bub-committeein New Orleans to-day, and it is understood that his examination on all the points suggested by Gen. Butler will take place there. MBS. AGNES JENKS appeared and produced her correspondence with James E. Anderson, but, Gen. Butler be ing absent, the letters were not read. Mrs. Jenks, nnder examination, atill refused to dis close the name of the person to whom she dic tated the so-sailed Sherman letter. The party was sitting against the wall i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

A Komannt Mediaeval. B"i JOHN ANTKOBUS. He threw on her neck a chain of gold, She gave him a tress of her yellow hair Ibese were the (lays of the bitter feud. He told her the story so often told. And the moon, as of old was the witness there Love was gentle, as times were rude! He crave her a kiss at the abbey gate, He whispered a vow, ay.sweeter than this: The wood is filled with spearsmen tall! He gave her a heart in an amulet, And he gave her again a parting kiss Louder, louder the bugle calls! The flint fires flash under hoofs of steel His burnished armor gleams in the wood Fair and brave! but he rides alone. The maiden kneels at St. Mary's shrine, Where the altar windows* stained like blood, Stream on a martyr, wrought in stone. The rattle of 6pears is heard in strife, And the swords outnumber one breast of steel There are twenty halbreds ride to-night! A tlirust for love, ana a thrust for life. And a shower of blows on the casques that reel Woe! alas, 'tis the fair young knigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

HOUSE, FARM, GARDEN Tlie Honest farmer. Happy I count the farmer's life, Its various rounds of wholesome toil An honest man with loving wife, And offsprings native to the soil. Thrice happy, surely!in his breast Plain wisdom and the tru&t in God His path more straight from east to west Than politician ever trod. His gain's no loss to other men His stalwart blows inflict no wounds Not busy -with his tongue or pen, He questions truthful sky and ground. Partner with seasons and the BUD, Nature's co worker, all his skill Obedience, ev'n as waters run, Winds blow, herb, beast, their laws fulfill A vigorous youthhood, clean and bold A manly manhood cheerful age His comely children proudly hold Their parentage best heritage. Unhealthy work, false mirth, chicane, Guilt, needless woe, and useless strife O cities, vain, insane, insane! How happy is the farmer's life! Frasicr's Maqarine. Rectpe. SEtc, Hair DyeL&c. sulphur one ounce su gar lead, one-half ounce, rose-water one pint. Appl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

Oailij (KIntiE. BY II.P. HALT,. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, 8T. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Dail Globe. By Carrier, per month..85o 3 months..$2 0 6 months.. SOO 12 months.. 10ifi This is only By Hall, per month...15o 3 months..$2.25 6months.. 4.00 12months.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribers at 86 centa per month or $10 per year. By moil the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WJEKKXY GLOBE. The WESKIIT GLOBE 1B mammoth sheet, exactly doable the size ot the Dally- It is jnst the paper for the fii8Me,contaiiilng in addition to allthe current news, choice miBoeflanyjagTicttltural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per- son) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Dail Globe Advertising Kates. Fou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

"itm A MINNEAPOLIS NEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe MINNEAPOLIS GLOBJELETS. Wheat 85 and 88c. Wheat receipts 10,800 bushels. Floor shipments yesterday 1,910 barrels. The French Catholic society of the East Side -will give an entertainment at Pence Opera House on Tuesday evening next. If some enterprising chemist would only bottle up the countless scents that now bur den the atmosphere of the business center of the city, Lubin might go out of business. There won't be any duel with blue pills after all. Dr. Galen would not appear against Esculapius and the suit was dismiss ed. Bat Dr. Galen did keep his eye packed in beef stake and ice all night just the same. The building committee of the county board nave agreed to award the contract for the stonework for the new vault at the court house to Messrs. Pickett & King, while the doors and window shutters will be furnished by C. W. Potter, agent for McNeale & Urban. Diamond's Tourist and Sportsman was published yesterda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

I Sandalphon. BT H. W. EONGFELLOW Have you lead in the Talmud of old, In the Legends the Rabbins have told, Of the limitless realinb of the air, Ha\ you read it,the marvelous story Of Sandalphon, the angel of glorv, Sandalphon, the angel of Prayer''' How erect, at the outermost gates Of the City Leh stial, he waits, With his feet on Ins ladder of lig it, That crowded with angels unnumbered, By Jacob was seen, as he slumbered Alone iu the desert at night? The angels of Wind and Fire Chant only one hymn, and expire With a song's irresistible stress. Expire in the lapture and wonder. As harp strings are broken assunder By music they rob to express. But serene with the raptuous throng, Unmoved by the ru3h of the song, With eyes unimpassioned and slow, Among the dead angels, the deathless Sandalphon stands listening breathless To sounds that ascend from below. From the spirits on earth that adore, From the souls of that entreat and implore, In tlie fervor and passion of prajer From the h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

Tlie City of Silence BY HARVEY HOWARO It is just the sweetestoity' Yet sometimes I think wc pity Those who dwell within those pretty White dwellings OQ the hill. I is so peaceful, pleasant And fair to dwellers present And the partridge and the pheasant Feel no fear, it is so still. Its walls are low and narrow, And the linnet and the sparrow Make the only music there. Oh' So silent are its homes! Never have its doore a rover, Myi tie green and reddest clover Grow in wreathed profusion over Its many earthen domes. Here are found no wreaths of laurel, None of bitter rue and sorrel Never comes the sound of quarrel In these quaint and vacant ways. No sound ot stately masses, Nor of any praising, passes Upward through the growing grasses All the moveless, voiceless days. Men from other cities wander, Other home ties sometime sunder Not BO in the "wnite town yonder On the wide-browed hill. Not a shadow of returning, Not ajot of fear or yearning In the dwellers' bosom burning, Ever came, o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

EDUCATIONAL. MEETING OV THE BOARD OF EDUCA- TION LAST NIGHT. The Pupils Examined for the High School list of Those "Who "Passed"The Su perintendent's Annnal Report. The board of education held their regular monthly meeting last evening at their office, Odd Fellows' block. At the roll call all the members answered to their names excepting inspector* Kerr, alien and "Witney. Before reading the minutes Mr. Sweeny moved'that "all the nastiness connected with Dr. Dana be omitted." That portion of the minutes referring to the late investigation was accordingly not read, After the minutes were read and approved the superintendent read his report, showing the number of pupils on the roll for June to be 3,092, and average attendance 2,898. The report also showed that 31 pupils had passed according to the regulations of the board for the examination for admittance to the high school, and 19 who had attained the general average, but who had fallen below the average of 55 in some one subject. M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 30 June 1878

EDUCATIONAL. MEETING Oil" THE BOARD OF EDUCA- TION LAST NIGHT. The Pupils Kxaininetl for the High School L,i.t of Those Who "Passed"The Su- perintendent's Annual Report. The board oE education held their regular monthly meeting last evening at their office, Odd Fellows' block. At the roll call all the members annwered to their names excepting inspectors Kerr, alien and Withey. Before reading the minutes Mr. Sweeny moved that "all the nastiness connected with Dr. Daxia toe omitted." That portion of the minutes referring to the late investigation was accordingly not read. After the minutes were read and approved the superintendent read his report, showing the number of pupils on the roll for June to be 3,092, and average attendance 2,898. The report also showed that 31 pupils had passed according to the xegnlzifcioxia of the board for the examination for admittance to the high school, and 19 who had attained the general average, but who had fallen below the average of 55 in Rome one s...

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

^"HSH?W5M 'M HOT FOB, HAYES. THE FRAUD SCENT GETTING DECID- EDLY FRESH. Cfettlraony of Packard at Sew Orleans, and fbcniilB at Washintttonriie Evidence of Ifeoth Traces the Electoral Frauds Directly to the Whlto House Occupat Packard's Story of II is Betrayal After the Fraud Ha ,23e*n Completed in LouisianaAnd Den ,it, Manipulator of the Archer Precinct Frauds in Florida, Tells Ho Hayes Rc warded Hiin With Sinecure Offices for Bis Services. II [Special Telegram to the Globe. "WASHINGTON, June SO."If Mr. Hayes only had more influence, I expect he would hava done better by me. This was the closing remark in Captain Dennis' testi mony yesterday afternoon. People who bve been calling him A sarehead, who has been, telling tale-} out of school, because he has not been tl-eited well, will have to change their p03i- tion, for it was shown lo-day that Captain DMinis ha3 held sinecure positions tinder the government up to the very day of the publi cation of hia statement when he was sum maril...

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