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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 10 October 1872

.- .—. w.. S SJT/B»»BJR,OST HORffES. -its TT ID England there are 2,000,000 draft and pleasure horses, besides 100, 000 agrioulcnral h»reen. English his tory records that oat of every thirty colts from thoroughbred stock, hat one proToa extra fait. A hone whose ped- If*** e»|?ht generatiooa in duration, without any base admixture, is con- aidered thoroughbred. The number of horaea in Russia is greater, in proportion to the popula- tion, than is in the greatest horse rBjrjoo of this oeuntry, whiehlav Ken- tucky. Russia his one horse to every three persons, while Kentucky has one horse to*bout four and population. Historical records show that op to 1632, there were no horses in New Engltnd and their introduction into New Netherlands—niw New York— occurred during the sdministration of Gov. Von Twiller, in 1633-38. Trum- bull's "History of Connecticut" men- tions tho horse.as aocouipanying cmi- igrantS from Massachusetts to that State, Oct. 15,1636. The first horse seen in Canada was br...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 17 October 1872

I 1 THE JOURNAL. fabIIshed every Thursday Arteraooa, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. w. Sqaart. W 4 A a Ctkapa S IB. O •BITOa AND PKOPBIITOK. S S I I O N I WO D9LLAMB,FATABLE IS ADTAMVM. BxtraCopr ill be Mat tfraUit* ta* i*tU* •f a olal of riv* SafrnriUr*. A S I O A a S I O I •ol. imo. tmojlma-j 1 yf. 100 IT* ISO »35 474 •00 150 ST5 329 474 200 850 450 623 •00 It00 1109 0 WOO a* oo 400 0 375, 600 SOO|1400W5 626 1100 1600 760 IS liOOl 1650 1400 a i»oo*oeo 400015000 3250 MOO Tl«! 936 soojnoo feu USSIMOO U00[l650|!»OO site TSOS STM 4400 T400 1. £*tai*n4d4Y*ram»BtkdT«rtlM»rata,T««M|i MaarTfer a Ant IOMrtioa, 4 ST}$ **at* a*t N ii sua*«a*itia*.ril*a t. Attera.vs ordariag la Uaalatfvsrthsmaattatfe r*airSs* aeeoeataM. ftr the oe*t ef a* sana, aar s. tfc.r* is a ssactal igTMUtit to chare* a I *a aaalhar forty. Payment tn *U liia to ho saasteia elvaaia orapon delivery of the aSUawlt. S. Local Notices, 15 centi per aato transi.mt.aaS 10 eeate per line to regular, advertiser*. Notice ofdeath [slmpl* annoao...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 17 October 1872

r~-—saoBsma—— Mi? eft. 6 1 §«muil tf. I I E I O Thursday. Oct. 17, 1872. REPUBLIOAN TICKET. FOR PRKSIDENT, TJ. S A N rOR VICK PRKSIDKRT. E N W I S O N •f Bamaaaeliaaett*. Riwttutttel RlMt«n At sanon W. E. MABSHAIX, of Baineey, OKABtiUB KTXTLBSON, of Freeborn. OHAnXBS A. COB. of Houitoo. stco.v* sureicr. M. 8. CHANDLER, of Goodhue. I«T»D |SIST*ICT. THIOPOEI 3AXDXB, of Ram**/. Jbr Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. for Clsr* an/rente Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Congress, Third District E N A E I For Representatives. *d District. W. H. GATES. 4th CAPT. A. BARTO. REPUBLIC API COCfffY CUNVRHTION. Th* Republicans or Stearns county ar* requested to meet in Contention at the Court IIOUM in St. Clond oa THURSDAY, OCT 24TH, 1873, at 3 o'clock F. a.,forth*purpose of nominatingcandidate* for th* following offices, via.: One 8t»le Senator Coun ty Auditor and County Commissioners for the 3d and 3d Coanilatioaer Districts. The sereral Ward* and Towns are entitled to delegate* a*follow*,via.: City o...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 17 October 1872

HJQQ.AT INJUIWS •ffk-Geo. P. Rowell A Co., 40 Park Row, New York, andS. M. Pattengill* Co., 17 Park Row, New York, art Ik* eel* agent f*r TUB JOBBBAE, in that city, and are an taoriiedte oontraotfor iaqertingadvertiae nuusforus at oar lowest eaik rate*. Advertisers in that oily are requested to «*U* their favors with either ef the above usee. a S 9 9 a a a 5 3 9 49- TmaOlrawiskUan of ml •OOUBLB that amy aimer pap** «kiua«di» &4T«rUMrw*aMMkwtitle. r»*Vi. PAC1WIC MAlldBAAAD MTU. TtavTeM*. aSV». BT. OWQD, »AIJL a MIBBBAVOLIS. Leave3t.Cloud 7.20 am 2.60pa Arrive at 8t. Paul 11.0* am 7.16 do Miaaeapolia 10.46 am 0.46 pa BT. PAUL a Miaaaaroue ro ST. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 0 4 46 a do Miansapoli* 8.46 a at 6.00 Arrive St. Cloud l.OOp a 8.86 a Paaeeagero going to aad froa Miaaeap olis change oars at the Juaeuoa. a CoaaaxaAitoa.i—(Church south of Bavine bridge.) Service* ev«iy BUDU»J at 10U a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun day School at 12 o'clock. Prayer meetiua O the church OB Wednesday evenings a...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 17 October 1872

-UL-L thai vrt daagaroas at home. The stitntion is now orowdel bejood mots* an. Safety, haniaaitv, and sanitary eonsidaratioas alike urge increased ae ctmmedations, tod that without delay. Tnt attention ia dircot taxatioa to matt tha raqnlrameota of these publio ahaiitiaa, or to adopt the propoaed amandoMot. Twenty yeaia hence, with quadrupled population and three-fold the wealth, our State would aeareely feel the payment ef this amount Bo aide* doabtlaaa latards •migration and'eapftil to^kotir they most be (aUM at enee to build our oharitabla ioatitutiooe. Let voter* remember that it thia ameodotoat feile, the next Leg- ialnture will be called upon te levy a apeoial las to rneit thoae pressing de mands. An intelligent vote on thia amendment will doubtless result in ita adoption, and to thia end we ask all •or readers eaadidly to eoohider the question at issue, and plane en their ballot "Tea." S O A 1 I O W TO The London Milk Journal gives aevaral eurious prooesses for preaerv ing b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 October 1872

""T"7 THE JOURNAL, rubllshed every Thursday Arternooa, AT ST..CLOUD,MINN. Baaee—Caraevaf W a in to Awamma em*. a I N I O I BDITOB AMD PBOrBIBTOB. SUBSCRIPTION I WO nOLZAM*,*ATA*lM lit APVANCtU A a BBrtraOeny a ill be aeata-rwlfete tan fettee •f tlab of Mr* Saaeerlbere. A I mm ADVBRTISIN O I 4 N I I 3 1 a 100 1TI ISO Stt 474 •00 760 ,i foil a, 3mo|«a».| 1 yr. I I STS too 3» 7 •00 woo i»oo 00 1400 33 Md UOO 30 Ot a 340 450 •3ft 4 V... s«* 476 700 •00 1100 li» 0 MM S3M MOO »a» 1100 1400 •000 1300 14M 8ft 00 4000 1100 MfOI «0 0O SIM MM a 0 0 7ft n» MooiriMiitftW MW •X. jiaasdenoflovernnwnta4Veitlsemente,T»oeate B*rMenrelerteearstlBeertlon,ane JTHeeeUse 0 saee«aeat luwtiok «. Altera, js erdertag in reeereea ee W tor the oast of the ii ii it ii to another party, rnrmeat laall CUM take sudsla advance ernpen Mlvery of theaSJde.lt. S. Laeal Notices, IScasta par ae to transient, sad 10 seats par llaa to regular, advertisers. NeUce ofdeata [simple aasewacement] tt cents esltaary aotlces, a cas...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 October 1872

.-,— .. Sit* tjlattit fettrwal V¥\ .VI IT 0 E EDITOR. Thursday. Oct. 24,1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. IDR nUMIDHNV, XJ. S Q1&A3ST. O I O 8 I N E N W I I S O I V«r PreaMemttal selectors. At w. m. IUISBAIA, «f m»My, 0aI4BLBS KIYTI.B30N, of treebora. SOlBlOt. CHARLBS A. 00B ef Hooston. UGomMmiot at. S. OHANDLBR, of Qosdhaa. N TH10D0RI SANDBB, of Remse/. For Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. lor Clerk of Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Congress, Third Dietriot E N A E I For Senator, H. A N For RepresenUtiTti. ft* Dietriot. W. H. GATES. 4t CAPT. A. BARTO. O a a A N There tre probably lew intelligent Rod unprejudiced mens tbe tup porters of Mr. Greeley who do not re aliae that they are goitg straight to eertein defeat, while every Republican in the land feels flushed with the eon fidenee of ooniing victory. Those of the opposition who, unable to nppre eiat* the difference in the relative strength of the two parties, had fed on their hopes, have had every illusion dis pelled by the resu...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 October 1872

X-OOAXi 2SFBTW& B9uGeo. P. Howell A Co., 40 Perh Row, Nee York, and 8. M. PettengillA 0©., 8? Park Row, N ew York, ere tkt sols agent far TH a JocmaAL, In that oity, asd art au» thorisedte contract for iasertlngadvertUe msitsfer as at gar lowest oaah rates. Advertisers la that oity are requested te e*ve their fevers with either of the above hCueeo. a a a a YB\S a a aDOUBitsl that aay/ atmer pap** m«nilaBtadl» I in ii feet Advert torsreaneaaBestmla. BT. FA in. racism A A O A lea Tlaae Tattle. »ST«. •T. so st. rava Mianaarous. LeaveSt,Cloud 7.20an 2.60pa Arrive at Bt. Peal 11.0ft am 7.16 a do Miaaeepolis 10.46est 6.46 pm ST. SAU MlBBBArOLIS TO ST. CLOUD. Leave 8t. Paul 8.80 am 4 46pm da Mianenpolia 8.46 am 6.00 a Arrive at. Cloud l.OOp a 8.06 a Passengers going to aad irom aliaaeap elia ehaage oars at the Juactioa. a mmKcruavr. CoseueactoBAL.—(Chetchcouth of Bavin* bride*.) toricm ovary aundey at lowa,akaadSa.au Sen darScoowl at o'clock. Prayer meeting a Um church OB Wedneeda? •ve...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 October 1872

mm A I N O O W O O A A little knowledge baa been said to be a dangerous iling—driuk deep or lute not but however true in thednv* of the English poet, it is folly to assert It at the present age. It it, in faet, the weree. A large amount ot soien tine lore hae succeeded in our time in only producing a set of visionary theorists—men whose life-time labors result in producing swme impractical metal or wild theory of transmutation, Ofuletjen or creation, which haa asof much actual talun'to the world at largo as a fifth leg ton horse. At the same time, t?ory |'r«ioer may learn a little of the elements of chemistry with great practical value to himself end to thepupils decided improvement of hie farm. We have seen men experiment tor years, spending large amounts ot money, when by a. mere accident they stum* bled upon the object of their search and found it the reeult of a meat simple combination so simple that tbev had passed the idea by with contempt. We have not the slightest doubt that...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 31 October 1872

A a THE JOURNAL. rabllshed atari Thartday Afterawaa, AT 8T. CLOlQfD.MINN. JBAS. B. I 1 •&£?• i* '. T?V tM W Awnaneo aa GkM* Bti-eee. BMTOB ABO rBOrBIBTOB. atmacttirriojii AaBxtreOetja niaeaewttretfevetae setter fc ale* er Siva Seseerlaaes. etATITB O ADTBB»*eBIBwl SaaaTV. I Sw 0ae. 1 Sate Sae. ISO 1M in t«o .M ST* as* «T» TO* ••0 1 T». sot ST* »00 •at TM •00 1000 1»00 not aaw laoo sate 4M •a* 4 II OS N 1*10 ass 4 •00 TM USS ISSS aoo uoo 4*00 MM 114 sot uoo uos »o» UOO 14*0 ttoo 4000 4* N TIM moo %. test! —40«TTB—M*iTMWOMllOMtTai«M aerHwIreVtkeSra%leeertlee,aa4 STHeeeteeer Hau »r I I I tassrtlea. t. Attaraaya eraariag la lagel gtMl ihaawaWare nMiMuMMUtiUthrlkigMtiltkllHM,)! teee I aayaamiatSaitaiietnesaaM •eaneiearaar**. I N erueeadeliver*, ef tba a*Mavit. a. Local Notices, llceats per aetatreasieat.aaa 10 far to regular, advertisers. Notice ardaaih [aiaale aaaoaeceaeat] toeaata! eeltaarj aetleea, canU par tiae: awn-lag* BOtlcaa SO seats. t. Steclel place eadfoaNeeolaeMedverueeeae...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 31 October 1872

•':~r W. I E .. r,-i--»*«P^'-': •Sit* £t. 4fkU Journal Thursday. Oot. 31,1872. BEPUBLICAN TICKET. O PRK1IDBHT TJ. 8. GRANT VUR O PHKSIUEKT, HENR WILSON. Ver Presidential tfUMl W.B. UUBSHALL, ef BMMqr. OHARABS KITTLiaOM. of Ireefcera. nuwaioe. 0HASLSS A. COR. of Hootton. M. S. CU ANDLSK, of Goodhue. tman MSTCKT. YIUODORR SAMPS*, of Ramser. For Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. For Clerk of Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Cougreae, Third Dlatriot O N A E For 8enator, For Representatives. 1st District— GEO. F. WARNER. 2d District— 8d DUtrici—W. H. GATES. 4th District—A. BARTO. For County CotnmiMionen. 2d District—WM. P. BENNETT. 8d District—A. SUTTON. COSTS TOO MUCH. The CooTtntioo which met in thin •itj on lost Thursday to Dominate a candidate for Senator for the Republi can party of Stearns county, was a •limly attended, spiritless and unrepre sentative affair. Bat one-half the towns in the oonnty were rbpreeented at all, and ot the other halt six were answer ed for by substitute...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 31 October 1872

JMT, Bjaa,Qso.P.Rowel)*Co.,40ParkRow, Now York, aad 8. M. Pstt*B|il)R Co., 87 Park Row, Now York, are tko sols agent far TBB Joca«AL,ia thatoity,aad areau taoriaedt ooatraottor inserting advertlse m.»itsferua at oar leweat oaok rates. Advertisers ia that oity aro requested to •Mre their farors witk either of tko above tteoe. •Sa ssy* *stoO»*emlaUom of .loaraal •OOOlliB that a s»a\w otmer pap** r«a4U*e«t» Nor^evmSItauaeaots.. JUe» Mrvwattse»oroaoaafcay%IUe. •V. FAliJL PAOinv MAlUaUAD m». ••r Time Table. 1 S IT. ofcoro, OT. »AWI, a maaaarou*. Leave St. Cloud 1.20 am 2.60 a at Arrive at St. Paul 11.0* am 7.16 pat do MiBaeapoiis 10.46 am 6.4opm or. 9AVh a MiM«a*rous TO OT. CLOVO. Leave St. Faul 8.80am 4 46 a. do htiuneapelis 8.46 am 6.00 at Arrive St. Cloud l.OOp as 8.86 Passengers going to aad troat aliaaaap. olie okaago ear* at tko Juaetioa. CHUKCH OlHKCtWBT Co»»»wi*Tion*fc —(Chaica of Kevins bridge.) Semcta auiMiajr at IOK a. u». and 8 p. m. Sen der SCOODI at 1J u'duok. Vrayar aieoii...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 31 October 1872

ms&m<i 3*^stofe«?: O W I BAWDY S O I S Spring is the iiiu« to plow aao«lj soils. If plowed iu the autumn the r* peettd Iretiing* end tiiawioga of win- ter will eo looaeo and lighten them a to bo OMilj drittod and injured fresheti, whereas it it desirable fall plow hetwy oUya which are render- ed friable by the freezings and ihaw. togs at winter. Many farmers fear that to sabso*1 plow sandy toil would be to lose, latehing, all the manura they apply, forgetting that ef en very slight per eentage of clay or carbonaceous matter is anffioient to ab«orb and retain ma- nures till used by plants for if it were not so there would be few wells the water of whioh would be St to drink. The laot is that sandy ji.li, aa a rule, are greatly benefited by subsoil plow ing. Sueh soils are easily and great!} compacted by the rains, to muob so aa to prevent the easy penetration or the room of plants. When subsoil plowed with the lifting subsoil plow, whieh looeens but does not bring the subsoil ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 7 November 1872

^SP 1 1 4• 1 THE JOURNAL. ribiiahed every Thuraday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. H*» •«••—C*ra« of Waatttagtea W a W •DiTom A«I rmerminom. WO BQLLAM*\rA TAMAM IS ADTAMOM. AaBstreOeajWameaeatsrartsteta s»**»r teelea ef IlT* Saoeerieere. A E S A 1 E I I Saejere. I I N IT* leO SB) 4TI SCO I iH lis: 28 1100 1«M Ilea see KERR & COLLINS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OgUe 2d floor BtU'e Mink. S O. HAMXIir. D. B. 8BABXJL HAMLIN &8EARLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OgUt as JUsltoet's BUek. E.Jt JAQtTES, SURGEON DENTIST. a a a a iAHT CLOUD. ~. MINMIMWA UPHAM T^ 1S0TA. C. SCHULTEN, DRUGGIST and PHAIaMACEUTIST, S in sm.^ ,:'\ p^r* Freseriptiens carefully eempoaad day or aicht. CHAS. C.IX, HOMEOPATHIC PHTSICIAH, 8T CLOUD, MIN •. OfleeoB St. Oermainstreet, 8d dooreast of Catholic Church. ST. CLOUD Homeopathic Pharmacy* MIDICIII CASKS ABB BOOKS, I'j ,-• H. HERSCHBACH, BBALBBS I ALL KIBBB OV FURNITURE.1 Two Boon Bait Brick Oharek,] Si. Qtrmain Street, St. Cloud, Minn....

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 7 November 1872

ft** JR. «tmul outwit ff. I 3 IT OR. Thursday. Nov. 7, 1872. OH W OCCASIOH. Mr. Oilman is anxiously ioqainng whether thmt lightning struck *nj body else. C. A. GUnun, candidate for 11 days, •otto voice "Staoe ao W I em doaa fcr, Wonder what I waabagoa tor!" GUmau sajs he feels like a stranger ia a strange land, and none (ootnde his own Ring) are now so poor as to do him reverence. "And we beve to meet the opposition of the St. Cloud Jooaaat, the leading Repub. lioau paper of the Nortbwe«."—J. M. Jtut't tptteh at tk» County Convention. Well} and how do yon like it "Mr. Oilman is so well known in this District thai extealed comment is wholly naneoeesery."—St. Cloud Prut. And thai was what was the matter with him. He was too well known. "We need net observe that Mr. Oilman is a stranger to defeat."—St. Cloud frit*. Mr Oilman is now aboat the best ac quainted man with Old Defeat thst erer pot in an appearance in Stearns coun ty. And O. D. proposes to ttick. The St. Paul /Vets in lecturi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 7 November 1872

I 4 N ... LOCAL 2T1UWS t0L.Q«o. P. ftowoll ft Co., 40 Park Row, NorTork, end 8. M. Pattongillt Co., 87 Park Bow, Mew York, arc the sols agent for Tan JounnAi, in tkaloity, aad are an taorisedte contract for inserting advertise mautsferus ti oar lowest cash rate*. Advertisers a that oily are requested to save their favors with either of the above a BeT* TBeCtresUaUwm Vox* je«ra\su •OQOBIB ia»» off map- otBer MP*' rahUsBedla Bertkcr*BUaauocta. i*«» AdwartleerareaweannerOIUa. uia. V* lAlAOUAAD tor Tlaao Taalt. inn. a*, OMOS, at. VATO a ataaaABoua. Leave 8U Cloud 7.20am 2.60pm Arrive at BX Paul 11.0ftan 7.15 pm do Minneapolis 10.46 a a 0.4opm M. BAUX. a BIBBSABOUS TO BT. eaovo. LeavefluPaul 8.30 am 4 46pm do Minaeapelis 8.46 a a 6.00 Arrive 8t. Cloud l.OOp at S.t&pm Passengers going to aad Iron Mlaaeap elia change oara at the Juactiea. VMVKVH ttl«BVrv«Y. ii a a a a a of Bavins briigo.) aorvkea every avaaav atlfrU a 8p.as. Baa darBeaool at o'clock. Praj.r stealing a KMvotes thatch oa...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 7 November 1872

AfOM." "Mora disuit mil ,,_ _.. Ma^SB^B^sBBssat^amam •THIS ie»OM«H CROP*. The North British Mail gives a statement in relation to the grain crops from forty different points. These ox* tnet will give an idea of the status of the crops: "An agriculturist of fifty year*' standing dasoribea the state of hia wheat end oorn ea the worst in his experi ence. He believes that it will neither befitfor man nor hoist. In the whole parish the wheat crop id nearly ruined. The sprouting is such that in certain places the eheaf is so intertwined that it dce» not require A band for support." "Wheat uncut is sprouting in thework stalk." "Long continuance of wetroom Accordingtothe Scotoma, the har vest in Scotland is the weteat aad most disastrous that has tea* known W jeer iSUi, when what e~ as the Meal RAOIS, toc» heavy and eotUs- the seooad ed tr' ,veek NKW VARIBTlaCS. As many of the best varieties oi white wheat have nearly lost their iden- tity by injudicious management, it will pay well to deve...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 14 November 1872

4 —r~T"-»—r-*~ THE JOURNAir PablUhed every Thersday Afterae**, AT ST. CLOUD.IMNK. iJV IMA*. —. 2 »wi W a a a a A a a 4 0 BMTOB AJIO SUMSCrllPTI©*, fWB9tlAB».TATABLMlX Al TAMOm. AaB*traOepy«iUea.eat«r«t.u Ua gettar a etea«r rtv* taeeerivera. r. maw/aa or aovRRTtsiwrni tWS 1M lao. sf£ see too too a 100 too «Ti •00 TCO U00 1191 1IM Mm woo 4000 moo TWS Canalt a .TSeeaw, Vaa*nretertB«ar.ta..rUaa.ea« STKeeatener Mb. aa.BtlaaertleB. S. Atteraereeca^g latogmadI tBisaiaaye WgrtM A tka aeat tke Baa*, aa ta^taeteleajwealel etTeeaveatueaargetne.aBae ii .aiinr- i"*T FniwrantInsjleases take s»a«ieIn 5 3 7 taee-.daTit. B. Meal Hotleee, lteeata per matotraaateBt.aaS 10 «Mttyw 11MtoNg«Ur, UtoniMN. Hettce ofMlk [atenle eenW eaJtanrjaetlcee, tceata par Una marriaga aotieaa ». Bnaelalplaea aad*onblaeeT»BM»dvertlae»*Bta takatoMriadat rate* agraed apea. S. TaarlradrartW ate pay tanrterly. T.MnagaiaMMtftajla Bavaa*e,eratva.etiaae. erj raAtr.Bc*.. O I N I N Of nin*t, plainer colored, •wtrin*'**** tto*.IB t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 14 November 1872

7r*i:*'5**W* SUt £t ^tmt« Icuwal. »v. t». a 8 1 I OK. Thursday. Nov. 14, 1872. N O N I 1.AST E E The official returns published to-day giro the majority for Horaco Greeley in Stearns county at 799. The major ity for H. C. Burbank over O. A. (iil mau for Staty Senator is 1,024, or 225 more than tho majority on the Presi dential issi e. Even with eueh Demo oratio votes as he wan able to secure, Mr. Oilman reoeived 101 votes leas than did Geo. Grant A comparison of the votes cast by the different towns shows that 276 Republicans who Toted far Gen. Grant voted tor Mr.Borbark— or just about one-fourth of the entire number—and that some did not vote at. 11 for Se ato-. We refer to this st the pi escot time to call the attenion of those who would desire to be called leaders of the Re-Ohio publican party to the lesson it con tains—that the Republicans of Stearns county, MS a party, cannot be forced in to the support of corrupt men for offio« when the opposition offers them can didates who p...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 14 November 1872

TSOOAXJ 2STETWfe ,0«o. P. Bowell Co., 40 Park Row, NeV 8 M. Pettoagill&Co., S7 TYork. O Patk Row, Now Yerh, ero tk* tele agent for Taa JOUBB/B, la ikai city, nad aro »u thorisedte contract for insertiugndvertisf meitsfor us at oar lowoot oaok ratee. Advertisers la that oily aro requested to •aro their favors with oitkor of tko above k^ana. asr Vfc«01r««laUmi uf TOi dauraai I O O I amy at ma* paper rmausaedia aartmes-manauaesata. & 4 a ar. a v*. MAJUUMMAJ iota. aer Time TaBle, lira. •t. an a Himaaroua. Leave St. Cloud 7.20 a a 2.80pa Arrivo at 6t. Paul 11.0ft am 7.16 do .Miaaoopolia 10.46ass 6.46pa or. raci ui»»aaroije »o er. oaooa. Leave Su Paul O a a 4 4 6 d* a ii 8 4 6 a 6 0 0 pa Arrive St. Cloud l.OOp 8.86 a Passeagers going to aad troa Mlaaeap olio chaage cars at the Juueueu. A lmuccruRY CoxeaMAHoasi —(Ckorcaaoata ofBavtae brMgo.) Services every Sunday at 10Ua. a^aa4 So.a*. BOB dojr School ot o'clock. Prayer •wring too caareh oo Weaamvaav areata** at I o'clock. So* cjrna...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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