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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 1 February 1878

ub r! 1 f, IMPEACHMENT. THE MOWER COUNTY WAR RAGES. Commencement of the Page Investigation last NigHtThe. Committee Meet With Closed Doora-Pase Brings no Witnesses He Wants a Sub-Committee Sent to Mower CountyThe Committee Refuse to Koamingr AboutPage Undecided Whether Will Continue the Fight or Not. The exciting scenes which promise to ac- company the impeachment of Judge*Sher- man Page, of the Tenth Judicial District were commenced last evening. The charges which have be en preferred against him by citizens of Mower Count y, and which were communicat ed to the House of Representa- tives, and by the House referred to the judiciary committee for hearing have before been published. The nature of the charges have also, for so many months been publicly proclaimed, as to pre- clude the necessity for reference at this time. The judiciary committee had its first meet- ing for the hearing of evidence on the charges last evening, the full committee be ing present. A eig ht o'clock there had...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 February 1878

VOLUME I. DOWN TO DEATH. lOO VICTIMS OF RELENTLESS SEA. Details of the Terrible Disaster Off the North Carolina CoastThe Vessel Over loaded and UnseaworthyList of the SurvivorsPrompt Aid would Have feaved AllBelief for the Sur* Ivors. THE STORY OF THB WBECK. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.The signal service station at the -wreck of the Metropolis re ports: The Metropolis, Capt. J. Hanker, left Philadelphia at 9 a. m. the 29th of Jan nary, and discharged the pilot at 11 p. m. at the breakwater. At 8 p. m. the 30th the vessel started a heavy leak in the rudder case. Finding they could not gain on the leak with the pumps, it was concluded to lighten the steamer by throwing over coal and hurry away for Hampton Roads. At midnight the circulating pump gave out. At 3 a. m. a heavy sea boarded the vessel, carry ing away the smoke stack and bob engine room and letting in a large quantity of wa ter below. The ship was completely unmanageable. Finding nothing could be done for the vessel, it was attempted...

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

j*nL .'-.V,j.^alllW -i' ii ifM di,it Ipailtj lotrjc. BY HALL. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of .Subscription to the Daily Globe. By Mail, per month.. 75c 3 months..$225 6 months.. 4 00 12months.. 8.00 jTmcnthiT $2 50 6 months 00 12 months .10X0 THE SUNDAY G3LOIJE. THK GI^OBE will be furnished every day in the week to citj subscribers at 85 cents per month or $10 per oar. By mail the SUNDV* GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail Biibsiribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WIAKI,Y GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the nre8ide,containing in addition to all the current news, choice mibcellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per ou) for $1.16 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher ou all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 February 1878

MINNEAP0LI8NEW S Specially Reported for the Daily Globe. Business Office. The Business Office of the Minneapolis end of the DAILY GLO BE will, from and after this date, be found at No. 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs, where all friends are cordially invited to call and see as. Don't mistake the number 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. The Holly flouring mill has closed for re- pairs. Farmers are already using wheels instead of runners. Some of our citizens with fast horses aie testing their speed on Lake Calhoun. Six strangers were furnished lodgi ng ac- commodations at he lock-up on Thuisday night. It is said that Will Carleton will appear in this city before the lectuie season closes. The Daily GLOBE can be found at G. A. Morse's stationery stoie and ne ws stand, on he East side. The street I ail way company complains that counterfeit nicklos are becoming distressing- ly fiequent in their cash boxes. A pair of gloves were found yesterday. The ownei can regain t...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 2 February 1878

-a* a*wJJfcjtf^'-^fr^wft^., IN STATE PEISON. THIS LEGI.SCATLJtE GOES THERE. The Trip to Stillwater YesterdayThe Younger Biothers-Tlie Original Prison How I Looks To-rtaj--The Minnesota Chief. .dh&i^jjfiaaaas "Put youiself bis place:" and then you'll "know how it is yourself," was the sensible conclusion of our Legislative solons with logaid to the visiting of at least one of the public institutions of the State and so it was that both the Senators and Membeis a body visited Stillwater and the penitentiary jesterday. The tram was made up of St. Paul and Duluth rolling stock, four legular passenger coaches, a smoking-car, and the elegant company pay carthe latter for the ladies and their attendants, who "paired off" allbin round, and just filled the sitting accommo dations. Every car, in fact, was crowded to its us-prison most capacity, owing to the great number of members and attaches of the "Third House," ot whom THE GLOBE representative was counted a member in good standing but...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

O N THE WAR PATH. SCALP LIFTING TO COMMENCE. The Hero oi the Xez Perces After Sitting BullEight Hundred of Bed Cloud's Ititn(I Left NorthwardSpotted Tail'* Warriors to Follow in the Spring. BISMABCK, D. T. Feb. 2.General Miles, under date of the 25th ultimo, reports from Tongue River, that the main body of his command has taken the field, and he only waits for 150 recruits from Fort Snelling before proceeding in person against Sitting Bull, who he confidentially believes is in United States territory. His force will oper- ate from Fort Peck as the central poimt. YANKTON, D. T., Feb., 2.The correspon- dent of the Press oiid Dalotian at Fort Randall, telegraphs that eight hundred of Red Clouds Indians have left the agency going north. Also that the Indians all assert the fighting bucks at that agency will cut loose early in the spring and follow the general northward trail. Spotted Tail's Indians are secretly buying fat ponies and making other suspicious moves. WATERY GBAVE8. FURTHER ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

Ilotcihr Uospel Came to Tim Oaks. Oa- Christmas Eve a strange tragedy ii enacted in the far Northwest. Away up in Montana a-mining-camp was estab lished in diiys when women were as scarce in that country as they were in the early days of the settlement of California there WAS in fact but one woman in the camp. She was young, of fine appear ance, threat pkysiciai strength and endur ance and indomitable nerve. Two years before she had left an unhappy home in Wisconsin to become the wife of a reck less dare-devil named Jim Oaks, with whom she had shared the vicissitudes of a long, s!o journey across the interven ing plains. This man just missed being a "ruffian through his wife's influence. She loved him with noble devotion, and, although he was incapable of* a like at tachment, he loved h^r, too, after a fash ion of his own. She was made much of by the camp: it would have been a sorry day for the miner who should have shown any disrespect to Minerva Oaks. The day before Christmas dawn...

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

LOST TREASURES. If some kind power, when your youth is end ed, And life's first freshness lost in languid noon, Should stay awhile the doom by Fate intend ed, And grant us generously one precious boon Saving, "With thwartings, bitterness and trial. Your toilsome days thus far have been op pressed Choose now some blessing, fearing no denial, To light and charm and beautify the rest" What should we askV the price of your ambi tion? Fame, power, wealth, and gifts of priceless cost Ah, noour souls would utter the petition "Give usoh, only give us back our lost?" No visioned bliss, no pleasure new and splen did, No lofty joy by longing never crossed, No new light undreamed of, Heaven-descend ed, Only our ownthe treasures we have lost! For, wearied out with strife, and glare, and clamor, Grown wiser with our j'ears, and clearer eyed, No more beguiled by dreams, nor charmed by clamour, We dread the new, and prize the known, the tried. Ah, what a ciowd of joys would gather round us, Could w...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

^aily lube. HALL. NO. 17, V/ABA8HAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of .Subscription to the Daily Globe, By CaTiT per month.. 85c By Mail, per month... '5c 8mcnthi..82S0 a months..$2.25 lj months.. s.(JO 1 months.. 4.00 32 months..10.10 12months.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. HE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to ut subscribers at a5 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEKBXY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the firede,containing in addition to all the cnrrent news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per on) for il.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail Ptibscriptions payable invariably in advance. aily Globe Advertising Kate*. Fourth Page 5 cents per line e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

SIXTH WARD ELECTION. 1H HEMTS QUASHED YESTEJ.'DA Demurrpi'to the JndictineintH of McCarthy and Ueering SustainedDefendant* Ask an Immediate ExaminationEloquent Plea of Tlieir CounselThe Court Kcfase the RequestDefendants Held for the Next Orand Jury. Some time before 10 o'clock yesterday the District Court room was rilled with persons drawn there by the announcement in THE GLOBI that the decision of the judges upon the demurrer in the McCarthy-Deering case would be made. The defendants were among the first to enter the court. A 1 0 o'clock the court was formally opened and Judge Wilkin gave the decision as follows: We have carefully considered the arguments interposed to the indictments found at this term of court in the case of Samuel Deering and Jerry McCarthy. There are a large num ber of thebe indictments, some against the defendants respectively. There are, however, only home five distinct substantive offences charged, and thebe are all for acts impioperly done or omitted by th...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

FALLIJ.1* LEAVES. One by one they fall and fade, Some in the sunshine, some in the shade, Some in tbe bright and glowing noon, Some 'neath the cold and quiet moon One ivhirleth here, one falleth there, Till the ground is covered, the bough is bare So every field and path receives These fading, falling, dying leaves. One by one we fall and fade. Some in the sunshine, some in the shade, Some in the bright, unclouded light, Some in the cold and quiet night. One mourneth here, one parteth there, Till the soul is weary, the heart is bare So every field and path receives, "These fading hearts, these dying leaves." The Stain of Parentage. In the woods forming what remains of the forest of Ardennes, about a mile from a small village called Solenthel, a narrow path leads to a high spot once occupied by charcoal burners, but now abandoned. It was a gloomy place. The ground for about an acre was black where charcoal had been burned and stored, while a small fringe of green grass stretched itse...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

4i, WTf^l Out-of Work. It's no use, Maria. 1 have tried every- where."' But vou are not goining to give it up yet, Pete"r?" Give it up! How caa I help it? In four days I have been to every book bindery in the city, and not a bit of work can I get." "Have vou tneu anything else "What else can I try'f" Anything you can do.'' Yes,I've tried other things. I've been to more than a dozen places of my friends and offered to help them." "And what did you mean to do for them?" I offered either to post their accounts, make out bills or attend to their counter.*' Mrs. Stanwood smiled as her husband spoke thus. What makes you srsilef he asked. "To think that you would have im agined that yeu would find work in such a place. But how is Mark Leeds?" He's worse off than I am." How so.'"' He hus nothing in his house to eat.'" A shudder trept over his wife's frame mow. Why do you tremble, wife'" Because when we shall have eaten our breakfast to-morrow morning we shall have nothing.*' What!" cried Pe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 3 February 1878

*'I OUR FINNY TRIBES! J^ STATE FISH COMMISSION. The Fish Hatchery Near St. Paul--Visit of the Legislature and other Distinguished Citizens of the State YesterdayGreat In terest ManifestedInteresting: Notes and Iata Since the delivery of a certain memorable speech by Representative Frye of Maine before Congress, some six years ago, the subject offish culture has taken a deep hold upon the American public and in moat at the States of the Union] the most practical and enlightened means have been provided for the introduction and carrying forward of the great work. About four years ago, taking advantage of a handsome beginnning that had been made by Sherwood "Watkins, Esq., as an indi vidual enterprise at Bed Wing, our State Legislature fell into line with the rest, and not only organized a State Fish Commission but provided the means necessary to inaugurate the import ant project of pisciculture on such a basis pro bono publico as would soon re-stock and supply the grand lakes and rive...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 February 1878

VOLUME I. HUNG IN A SWING. AUGUSTUS EKMAN ENDS IIIS LIFE. The Sad Sunday, Morning at Post's Sid ng Intemperate Habit* the Cause of Hie Bash ActA Wife and Five Children I*eft Destitute. Early yesterday morning Dr. Richeson, and the coroner, Dr. C. A. Stein, were sum moned to visit a house at Post's siding, on the St. Paul & Duluth road, near the Har vester works. The summons was promptly respopded to, but of*no avail, so far as med ical skill was concerned. He was dead. It appears that Augustus S. Ekman was a draughtsman in the land department of the St. Paul and Duluth railroad. He came here from Buffalo, and has been in the em ploy of the company for five or six years. He was a competent man in his businses, but of late bad been given to drinking and had neg lected his duties. He received 110 per month, and had built him a house at Post's siding, obtaining aid from a building soci ety to do so. His building society dues were $15, which, if counted as rental, left him $95 to sup...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 February 1878

l_ ^axlij (Sltfta- BY H. P. HALL. NO. 17, "WABA8HAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Teinih of Subscription to the Daily Globe. Bv Mail, per month...T5c 3 months. .$}.' Smooths.. 4.00 12months.. 800 By Ca'rier, per month 3 1 nvnths $2 50 6 months "i 00 12 months 1010 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furnished every day in the week to city subscribe at 85 cents per month or $10 per year. By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per yaar in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THK WEEKLY GLOBE. The WKI,KLY GLOBE is a mammoth *heet, exactly doublo the swe of the Daily. It is just the paper for thefiiesiue,containing in addition to all the current nev.s, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.50 rer year. Clubs of ft\o (address to one per ou) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mall subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 5 cents...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 4 February 1878

OLD SIMON'S FIANCEE. THE 1 I ti WfOf'S WIDOW OLIVER. A Complicated Cae of HusbandMan-led to Tv\ Olivers, Both Missing Interesting: Instances of Bad MemoryHer Love for the Pennsylvania StatesmanErotic tet- ters. [Washington PoBt.] AH she bounc ed into the parlor, The Post reporter had an opportunity of studying the widow Oliver, the celebrated fiancee of he no-Io celebrated Simon Cameron. A rather lound figuie, suggestive in spots of tho cot- ton claim, through which she attracted Mr. Camaron's attention: a round face, whose varied tint i showed her he mistress of he ait ol concealing art a wart on her cheek that would have driven even Oakey Hall to frenzy, and a plain, snugly fitting black silk. Such the Her eyes weie gray, bright and shaip: her action quick, nervous and emotional: her hair done up hig h, and her foot flat, though small. In height he would measure, perhaps, five feet one inch, while in rotundity she might pull the scales at 140. "In order to begin delicately, Mrs. O...

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

4*' AMONG THE CHURCHES. llELIGIOllS TEACHINGS YESTEIIDAY. Our Obscene Morning fotmporary Severe ly anil Properly Rebuked in the Pulpit The School of FriendshipBishop Ire land on the Catholic Doctrine of Justifica i A Temperance Lecture by Irs Foster. Hilltop Ireland on Original Sin anil Justi ji cut ion. There weiettpwaitte of three thousand per Hons present at the Cathedral last night to hear Bishop Ireland's lecture on "The Catho lic Doctiine of Justification.'' He took lor his text these vv ords,For if by one man's oiftnee death leigned, by one much moif they which received abundance of grace and of the gift of rightcouncss shall reign in lilc by one Jesus Christ. Thoioioro as by the offence of one, judgment c:ime upon all men to condemnation, even so bj the righteousness of one, the free gift came upon all men with jus tification of life. Romans, 5 chapter, 17-19. In introducing his subject the learned bishop showed the importance of ascertaining the meaning of justification as ...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 February 1878

VOLUME L. CAPITAL NEWS. THE PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. A Batch of Petitions in the Senate, With One From MinnesotaBayard breaks in Opposition to the Silver BillThe House Gives an Affirmative Vote in Favor of Taxing Incomes, Bunnell and Strait To ting With The MajorityFavorable Re port of House Committee on the North ern Pacific ExtensionCrow Indians to be Unlisted to Fight Sitting Bull. Senate. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.A great part of the morning hoar was taken up in the presenta tion of petitions from all parts of the coun try, most of them lemonstiating against changes in the present tariff duties, and res toration of the tax on tea and coffee, all of which were referred. Other petitions favor ing the organization of a department of in dustry, the head thereof to be a cabinet offi cer, were presented and iefened. Senator Eaton presented a petition of citi zens of Pottsville, Pa., favoring an amend ment of the silver bill so as to make the sil ver dollar contain 430 grains of standard silv...

Publication Title: Daily Globe
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 February 1878

..X jDailij &ttfne. BY HAIX. NO. 17, WABASHAW STREET, ST. PAUL. Terms of Subscription to the Dally Globe. By Carrier, per month .85c /months $2 50 6 months 5 00 12 months .10X0 By Mail, per month.. .75c 3 months. $2.25 6months.. 4 00 12months.. 8.00 THE SUNDAY GLOBE. THE GLOBE will be furaiBhed every day in the week to city subscribers, at 85 cents per month or $10 per year*-- By mail the SUNDAY GLOBE will be one dollar per year in addition to the rate given above for mail subscribers. THE WEEKLY GLOBE. The WEEKLY GLOBE is a mammoth sheet, exactly double the size of the Daily. It is just the paper for the fireside, containing in addition to allthe current news, choice miscellany, agricultural matter, market reports, &c. It is furnished to single subscribers at $1.60 per year. Clubs of five (address to one per on) for $1.15 each. Postage prepaid by the publisher on all editions. All mail subscriptions payable invariably in advance. Daily Globe Advertising Kates. Fourth Page 5...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily globe. — 5 February 1878

V.Ji.^^ JIIJIjlJIIOT m,, ,....ry,,.?m,im MIMEAPOLISNEWS Specially Reported for the Daily Globe. Business Office. The Business Office of the Minneapolis end of the DAILY GLO BE will, from and after this date, be found at No. 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs, where all friends are cordially invited to call and see us. Don't mistake the number 213 Hennepin avenue, up stairs. MINNEAPOLIS GLOBELETS. Another Lodge of the Knights of Pythias is about to be organized in this city. Two new flouring mills erected at the falls are receiving and putting in their machinery. Thirty-six loads of hay and seventy-eight of wood were received at the market yester day. The Luiline boat club will give a prome nade concert on the 2Gth. in Silver Grey Hall. One drunk and disorderly before the Mu nicipal Court yesterday. Discharged with a reprimand. Owners of fast horses violated the Sab ba'h by trotting at the improvised driving pirk on Lake Calhoun. They made good time if it was Sunday. The city clerk adver...

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