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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 March 1873

E O I Prof Vqaltfk^thtM expl.io* th« no tioa of oloter i» increasing tk« t«rtilit qu.inied with tha subject mast hive MOD that th« hwfc oroj* of wheat ar. produced by bViag pnttwedid by crop ofolover grown t'roa. need. I hav. «a« to tha ouaaunaiua thai ttta wt\ ir iiuaouut auotml aunara ii brought withiu raaohcftha cow crop, wh?oh oth«f WJM would tvmain ia a look-up oa«di aiitanca, which, 00 decomj ocitioo ut tha do»p| tpoto a a abaoainoe ct ammonia. ID tenlity the growing of do?er is eputY-leni, tc a great extent, to manufacturing with Peruvian guanoj and in thia paper ol nine I ahow that jou obtain a largt» quantity of manure than in the largest doee of Peruviao guano wbieh a farm er would ever think of apolyiug. O W O A N A O A 8 I tme* writes the N Y. Tribune: The the bind wheela a wagon, with the reach ia take a ladder about ten feet long let one end extend about two feet out behind tlv wbeelf.j-fie-jt with a rope to the axle tree and reach back the wheels up tha butchering pla...

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. — 13 March 1873

\k 1 THE JOURNAL. Paallsaed ovary Taareday idiriHi, AT ST. CLOUD,MIKS. •flaee—Camera W a a a a a Chapel Slraet. W I O BOITOR AMD PAOPBJelTOlt. SUBSCKlPTlOHl re B9LLA.**,*AYAMLX1N ADTAMCM. Am AxareOoajr a111fee Mattradst. tie. getter laelao of fire ImMartkwa. StATKtS OW AJBVMKTlBiafM rt I I I tat*. iBwilwa. N 1 too 1T» 900 SM 4T» 00 1M lie Stt 4T*\ "00 too 4i0 I 4 STi 00 •to 760 ••I. •00 •00 neo MOO MOO 1400 10(0, uoo looo tiiO MOO 3 0 0 $ $ 00 Jy «50f 0 4000 TO 00 eoofnoo 1*9 0 00 UOO UOO MOO 4000 UOO leso •--'.. rto nats •000 low TBOOMBOO 1. Legal aaeaoTernmentaeTertlaeoients.Tieema far ifitri for the Brat aaartion, and 37i eente par. a^anraforaaeh subs quant Insertion. t. Atteraeys ordering In legal adTerMeaaeeiita are regarded aa eeeoanuel.fortha tout of tha seme, nn Oese that* ia a special agreement to oharge the aama |a eaetaer party. Payment in all aaaaa to ba made la adnata ar apan dell rery ef tha afldatit. S. Laeal Meticet, taaaas* par aa to ranatent.aad 10 eenta per line 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. — 13 March 1873

9ht £t. (Cloud Journal W. a 0 II E E I OK. Thursday, Mar. 18,1873, SKCOMD INAUGUHATIOH O FRKSIDK&T GRANT. The weather is DO respeotor of per. sons or occasions, as was dtmonstrated OD Tuesday of last week io Washing ton wnen the second ioaugurati-n ot Geo. Grant took pJaoe. A pieroing northwest wind blew all day, chilling the very marrow in the bonea of peo ple exposed to it, and filling their eyes with a fine dost which kept the knuok« les of most of them almost uninterrupt edly engaged in the "gouging eat" pro 0088. Tbe sun shone, to be sore, bat his rays were a fro ling irony oo the prevalent idea of their conveying warmth. But, despite these drawbaoks, the sidewalks along the full length of Pennsylvania Avenue were crowded at an early hour with people who hadand made up their minds to see the pro cession and did not propose to succumb to the weather, but moved vigorously about, their chattering teeth keeping time on the double-quick to the motion of their feet. The number of...

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. — 13 March 1873

""hi I 9 J. MKM XOOAXi 2STHWS IQuQoo. F. Howell Uo., 40 Perk Row, New fork, andE. M. PetteugiliA Co., 87 Park How, (tew York,are the tolt agent for Tan JOOBMAL, in thai oity, end are en thoriMdteooatraotforiaseriingtdYertist- Baoitaferae at our lowest oash rates. Advertisers in that oity are requested to e*»e their favor• with either 01 the above a uaaa. *ax« J»r««»»u«n «i aue jtarmai lOUUMjuJii (ba a a a it smites e*«kU»*««lai 4ert*»r» i*iaua««ota Aj«l A*vertaae«aa-enaesKberthla. A A in MAIAJIOAD. !•»». Wlsue* Tinea Tkklt. a •*. PABI ABB BT. a a a BOBTB. Leave «t. Paul 8:00 a. a. Arrivo at St. Cload 12:8* p.a Q01KO SOOTH. Leave St. Clou4 8:60 a.m. Arrire at St. Faul 1:140 p. m. BT. CLOUS AND MBLBOSB—SOUQ W I Leave Bt, Cloud Arrive at Melrose a BAST, Leave Melroaa Arrive at bt. Cloud O I 12:4a p. m. 3:00 p. a. 8:00 a. m. 8:40 a. CoaeaieAUesuL.—(Chuich south of Rartne bridge. Servwea every aeauay at ius a. ui. »mi 7 u.uu tuu u»j Sctioul' at «tiiotk. ir»}or aieetfitg at iu» •hun-u.%it...

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. — 13 March 1873

S If Western fanners instead of seed' ing vast quantities ot corn East, and to England for the purposes of feeding wonld manufacture it into beet and mut ton at heme,, hey would do away,: with a certain jaiDQuat of competition abroad To do this of course, takes time, for stook requires time.for its foil develop* ment. We have treated this subject before and only again refer to it, to ins press upon those of onr farmers, who do not breed slaughter animals, the im portance of commencing to stock their farms with beet and mutton as well as bogs,— Western Rural 1_V a am s» I PBOVITU O RAISING. All the statements about extraordi nary numbers on limited ground, and statements in poultry books* are not to be depended on—50,000 may be owned and kept prosperously on one farm, if it is larro enough.—it is of little eo sequence about the land being good, so that it is suitable tor the purpose. There would be no difficulty in making a profitable business of raising *ultry if good cotLinon judgm...

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. — 20 March 1873

~i THE JOURNAL, Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT S CLOTJD.MINN. w. a it ii ii VT earns a a el S BJITOB AND PAOPUCTOK. I S 1 I O N 1 WO O^tLAMM.PA TAMLM JIT ADTAMOM. Am i«»t rafitt t»» g«tter to slab of ITS Sasacrlbars. A O A I I I I O Seaart Sw I mo. an too S»o 6mo, 100 174 »W 824 4T» 60* 7 SO 1*0 ST» Si* 475 700 too 200 3*0 460 «t6 9 J* eooisoo 800 11 1260 If 50 twoo lew 82*0 3000 1500 2250 SO 00 3*00 4000 5260 76 00 13*00 7*0 1100 1100 1400 woo 4000 23501*760 4*08 7600 1186,1400 I860 2000 8000 tooo no* ». anaWoTernm»nta«Tartlssine»ts,TB«enM ii re for tha Hut inuertion, »nU 37 $ teats psr »a,uar»ror.*cU nub* quent insertion. 1. Attorney! ordering in tegaUdvartlsemeatsare re-arded aecouuualeforthe cost of the same, un less thur* ii a special agreement to charfee the sasse jo another party. Payment In all cases to be mad* in advance or even delivery of the affidavit. 5. Local Notices, 16cent* per ne to transient.and I seats per lime to regular, adTertleu*. Notice ef death [simp...

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. — 20 March 1873

mmmm— Sue £t. Cicnd gmmtal W. B. MITCUELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Mar. 20,1873, RESIGNATION O 1KEASHRE SEKU&R. OQ Tuesday evening Mr. Seeger placed in the hands ot Governor Aus tin hia resignation us State Troat»urer, to lake effect on the urst of April next. Ho states that he intended to resign whta he first heard that dissatisfaction had been expressed with regard to hie management of the office, bat was dij aeaded by frieada and again whso re quested to do so by the House of Rep reseatatiyes, but that be again yielded to the suggestions of others. He aaya he feels conscious of the rectitude of hi* purposes, but finds that to pay counsel fees and expenses iooident to defending an impeiohment trial will involve an outlay ot 85,000 or $6,000, an amount in excess of his means. He retires from the ofnoe,he says, poorer than when he entered upon its duties. In cou-ber eealing the deficit of his predecessor, and giving evasive testimony beiore the investigating committee to further shiel...

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. — 20 March 1873

,X U.. LOOA.L 3STIQ-WS lt£.i4«o. ttowell & Co., 40 i»ark Kow, New fork, and 8. M. PettengillA Co., 87 Park Kow, New Yora, ar* the sole agent for THE JouiuiAL.io that city,and are au tuoruuuiooonir^oi tot inserting tdvertise ai our lowest oMk rates. Advertisers in thatouy are requeateu to vve their favvts ith aithei oi tu« above tk »aea. a it vi »mp« a a it a a a a a Atwl A a a T. A VI* A I I A ii a A O A W a 18T9. a*. FAOB A»U ax. OMOO—aouia BOBTH. LeavttU. Paul Arrive at tit. Cloud 8:00 a. a. 12:36 p. n. OOl.NU SOUTH. Leave St. Cloud Arrive ai oi. 1'aul Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Alekoae OWING BAIT, Leave Melrose Arrive at at. Cloud ii 8:50 a. m. 1:^5 p. at. ST. CWU1 AND MkLKOlK—GOIHU WSiST. 12:46 p. ui. 3:00 p. ui. 6:00 a. m. 8:-t0.a. Coxaaxa vimsAL (Chmchsouth of K»Tiue bridge.) Service* •v.ry e*uu*j at a0a a. tu. aiiU 7 p.ui. ouu- day School at o'clock, frajcr iu»eiiu» at tUv church »u Wednesday evening, ul 1 o'clock. Kev Cyiua r'Kk.et, P*»t r. j*«uu.nce, comer of Weiia »veuu...

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. — 20 March 1873

A l"IKCE UP O A IJ AUVIt-K. Itenu •*, the uuoiont oupiial uf Brit taiov, i* fsni'us place Tor taw. Peo ple come there from tho extremities ol the country to get information and ask advice. To visit Rennes without getting advice appears impossible to a Bretn. This was true at the latter end ot the last century, just as it is at ptem tit, and especially among tht coun try people, who are a timid and cau tious race. Now it happened that a farmer named Bernard, having ootne to Ren •as on business, bethought himself that aa he had a few spare boors, it woold be well to employ them ID getting the advice ct a good lawyer. Ha bad of* ten heard of Monsieur Potior d« la Ger mondaie, who was in suoh repute, that people considered a lawsuit gained when he undertook their case. The country man inquired for his address, and pro ceeded to his home in Roe St. Georges. The cheats were numerous, and Ber nard had to wait some time. At length his turn arrived, and he was in troduced. Potior de la Germo...

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. — 27 March 1873

1 THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. GLODD.MINN. O W a a a tihapvl W IB. I E S01T0R AND k'ttOl'MKTOR. S S ii O N I WO DCllAJt8,PATABLM IJT ADVAXCS. A»»xlc»Copy«inb» I ei«t rat»,totl»» ratUr 1* clab of fif SufcMriUri. A E S A I S I O S«Mr«. I I 3 2mo. 3moj6mo. 1 yr. 100 1T4 ISO »2* 4T5 800 T«U 1»0 374 300 360 8T* 600 824 750 300 8 00 1100 1000 UU O 2250 32* 450 635 9'2* 90011100 U34 U0 0 16J0.JOIK) «ol. 476 TOO 3760 4600 1. L«g»l ant'lorerniutnUtrortUeiuaii t»,7»««nu firi^Mr for theflut iuMrtioa, «ud 37}jceut» par a tor «»cta «uba quant lutertiun. 3. Attorney* ordariug ID legal »4vnrtiaementsar* rajfardad aa aaaountable for the noat of the «uue, au la there is a ipeeial agreement to charge the |o another party. Paymentiu all caees to be mad* la advauee orapou delivery of thea0davit. 8. Laeal Notices, 16cent* per aetotranalent.and 10 cants per Hue to regular, advertisers. Notice eMeath simple anno«nuement}36oeatai •hituary notices, 6 cents per line: marriage notic...

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. — 27 March 1873

%\\t £t. €lmA Journal A sensational rumor comes from Naw York that Foster had taken prison the Bight before his execution that with another hour's delay, the hangman's servioes would not have beeo needed, tod that his paleness and apparent swooning were caused by the workings of the poison. This report is discred ited by those who have the best means for knowing the laotp. Governor Diz is entitled to and will receive general praise for the firmness with which he adnered to the straight lint of his duty in the face of a pres sure almost without precedent. It w*s the test of brave ezeeutive. "IPKISJO" W A It really seems as though the weath er in the East would never settle itseli into any reapeotable condition. Only last Thursday a violent snow storm, ac companied by sleet, prevailed through, out New England, continuing durine the entire night. The worst of it is, that a part of the snow drifted out this way by Monday. It will be a source of consolation when our neighbors to ward the...

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. — 27 March 1873

LOOAJLi is a |euaWUeo. P. Rowell A «#-, 40 Perk Kow, Ne# fork, and8. M. PettengiD*: Co., 87 ParktUw,ew Yors, ar*the fit agent for Tut USUAL, in thai ouy, aud are au tuorisedie oontraottor inserting Advertise m*usforus at oar lowem oaak rates. Advertisers ia that city are requested te «»*ve their favors with either oi ih» abets uses. 4M~ t'hetJtrculatUttM 1'ki it aOOUUUbi or a Peiulisl*«ut a *artuarai 4 1 a a i*el A a a sv pa ti PACiric HA.1A.KUAD. IST». Wlite Tlsne T»klt. MTU. ST. PAUI ana ST. owou --OOIMO Leave St. Paul Arrive at St. Cloud S01TH. b:VU a. si. 12:36 p. at. QOIMO SOOTH. Leave St. Cloud A at St. r'aul bt, Cloud Arrive at Jaxlruse 8:50 a. n». l:-o p. IU. ST. CLOUD AMO Mataoss—00110 W**T. 12 4o p. at. 8:0U p. UOl.Ntt BAST, Leave Melrose Arrive at bt. Cloud «:00 a. m. 40#u. CUOHCU I I CoaSBlflATJelUX —{Chnrch south of Ratioe bridge. Services every eaadav at iua ». m. »ui 7 p.m. Sun- day School at it o'clock., rrayer aieuiiug at iu» church »a Wednesday OYOUIUS* at 7 o'cloc...

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. — 27 March 1873

OB raoeMSK or AOUI ULTORB. A uo i.s (he oihit mutters of intet«ttt in the lint census report ire item* showing the progress ot Agriculture iu the last twenty yeara Three times the amount of whent is now raised, six times the aoiount-ot harhy, twiee the amount of oats, three times the amount offl'X sec aod six times the a nouut of manufactured tlax or liot. We uo« raise halt a mi Hi bales oi eottoo mure than we did iu i860, hut •oly tbreefitths of the amount raised in 1860. Lits stock has trebled in Tsiot. The value ef this product being estimated in 1870, at one thousand five hundred and twenty-five millions of dollars, or an average of nearly two hundred dol lars for every family in the nation. Aod slaughtered animals have nearly quadrupled io value, now amounting tu fur hundred millions of dollars au nattily. Hogs have more than doutled in the Ian ten years, and have luore&s ed sovsn-toid in the lat twenty years. W ool has increased from sixty to onestandard, hundred millions ...

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. — 3 April 1873

^^m i\ 1 =J ,* 'fii THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOTJD.MINN. Corner of a to a A I «md Cb«p« Street. w*. I I O EDITOR AMD PROPUHOft. SUBSCHlPTIONi WO BH,IAMM,1»ATABLEIX ADYAXOM. Am saUraCoav will be seat erattste tlM getter te las of PIT* Sakseribars. I I OB* ADVBRTISINO Seaart I Sw Int. 1 a •00 800 100 ITS ISO •no.] 1 y». 1100 MM 1*0 an J00 310 450 8M »M :s 10M 14M 18M MM MM 8TM 1100 N 1840 nw 1086 Si 4T» COS TiO 4T6 700 too 11 J* 1850 MM. MM 40M 6ts* TtO U00 1400 9000 1300 1400 WOO 4000 11*0 tOOOlTSOOIMM 1. t«gml»n«moT»mm»at»4T«rlWMKii»»U,7»«tnM it fer tb* first iBMrttoa, and 37Ji eents per mb» queut insertion. «. Attorneys ordering In lepladverMaesnstitsare retarded aseoantable for the eoat of the seme, un teti there ii a special egreement to charge the MOM |o another party. Pajssent In all eases to be aaade ia aavaate erapen delivery of theatadavit. 8. LssalWotisse.lsoentaper as to transient,and 10 seats per line to regular, advertisers. HeMee efdeath ...

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. — 3 April 1873

.^1 cm "#t. ilUlnurt |aurnai w\ a. aiTO.ueLj.. EDITOR. Thursday, April 3,1873, OUR 1VU1IV 8CHUOA3. Our local columns contain a full to port of the examination* and exeroiaea at the Union School ou Thursday and Friday of last week. The results Ap- parent were- exceedingly gratifying.-— That real progress had been made that the minds of the scholars had been ex- panding during the months of training jnst closed that they bad pursued their studies eon amore and not from compulsion and that the methods of teaching employed in the school are a vast improvement on those in vogue a dozen yens ago, was evident to all.— One thins especially noticeable was the absence of all "cramming" for the oc casion. The pupils were quick in giving answers in any part vt the par- ticular branch of study in which they were being examined, and their expla nations were almost always clear and satisfactory. They appeared to base their replies on aa understanding ol what was called for, instead of depend ing u...

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. — 3 April 1873

'X.OCAJL. ISHEDWS •SJutteo. r. Howell & Oo., 40 Park How, New York, and 8. M. Petteugilift Co., 87 Park Row, New York, art the tolt agent for THK ou ENAL, in thai city, and are au thoriiedio oontraot for inserting advertlse us at oar lowest oash rate*. Advertisers in that oil are requested to »ve their favors with cither ol the above usea. 4SJT a A'ta* I Q01NQ SOUTH. Leave St. Cloud 8:50 a. m. Arrive at bt. Paul l:i. sx CLOUD AM O S O I WMST. Leave St, Cloud 12:4» p. Arrive at Melrose S:0U p. Q01MO BAST, Leave Melrose «:G0 a. Arrive ai at. Cloud 8:4U.a. CLUB RAT**.—The iollawing are the olub rates of THB JOURNAL 6 oepies, $1.75 eaoh. 8 1.50 —Police news—Jfix. —The Board of Education will meet on Monday. —Several communications are crowded out this week. —The weather to-day is like Jane. The streets are net quite. —Dr. Weber's new granite blook doesn't count for anything just now. A girl's what's the matter. —The air was black with crows on Sun day, whose sweet voices proclaimed ...

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. — 3 April 1873

t"r\M E S O A N 8 A I O N Tho internal cumuierce of the United States is greater than tbnt of any oth- er five nations. Bat tho fruits of this tast industry are harvested by monop- olists who oppress tho agrioulturist and producer on one hand, and the con- sume .on the other. Tb^y ooatrol legislation, and aiaanie imperial DOW* erVover' citizens as over the industry of the country. The rates ot tran^or. tatiua are raised to the highest point that will allow of the bare existence oi industry. If those who are directly interested in the industry of the country had built our railroads, the carrying inter est wculd have been subservient and secondary, a9 it should be. We should have now more as well as oheaper fa- cilities of transportation, and the wealth which is now*drained troui industry, and which drifts into speculative chan- nels, would return into the legitimate channels of industry. Labor, both ag ricultural and mechanical, would have been emancipated from serfdom, and the digni...

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. — 10 April 1873

8 |MM I •.^t^-' '""TSJ^TTpfrc" THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINIS. ii W ii «s««t I el S SDITOK AN1 PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N WO DOLLARS,PATABLS1JV ADVJUfCJt. A* IVstre,Copy »111 be sent jrai« to tbe getter fcaUbof five Subscribers. A E S O A S I N Sqmert. 3 2mo. Oino. 1 yr. 100 ITS 150 32* 474 000 7 SO 150 376 32ft -ITS 700 9001 200 350 375 500 •ol. •00 800 1000 1400 1600 2260 3000 3760 4500 7600 1600 3360 3000 35 00 4000 6250 16 00 135 00 1100 1260 I860 2350 3090 5000 625 925 450 825 750 1300 1400 3600 4000 1100 U00 20001 1100 1126 16a0 1. Ctgel andC)oTernm«nta«T«rtlMinent«,T5«eiiM per square (or the tint insertion, nud 37%eenUper •quarv for «»oh subs quant insertion. 3. Attorney! ordering la legs!ttdvtirtiseakentaere regarded »s »ecouut»ble for the cost of the wine, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same another party. Payment in all case* to be made in advance ornpen delivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 16cent* per ne to tra...

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. — 10 April 1873

_... 1 HI I. sm Sltt Sft. €Ux\A |auntal W. B. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, April 10,1873, FIFTEEN iuohes of snow tell through oat Color* io OD Saturday end Sunday. THE St. Paul library Association Betted 9600 from Mrs. Scott Siddona* two leoturea last week, after paying her SSOO. THE proprietors of the New York Tribune are, it is Mid, contemplat ing the •notion of a building eleven stones high. THE SI. Paul ie« is authority for the statement that Senator Ramsey de clined to draw the $5,000 back pay, but left it to revert to the Treasury. IN its Sunday issue o{ last week, the advertisements in the New York Her ald were worth 925,000 in cash. Pret ty good for one day AT an eleotion in Mankato on the 15th, the citizens voted, by 777 to 83, to give the Wells railroad $70,000, and the Blue Earth City railroad, $25,000, the bonds to run twenty years. •^•em— THE St. Peter Tribune names twen ty persons, most of them prominent oitisens, who have removed from that place to St. Paul. It infers f...

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. — 10 April 1873

TSp™ LOOAIi IsTElWS •sJA-Qeo. P. Rowell ft Oo., 4t) Park How, New fork, andS. M. Pettengilifc Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the sols agent for THS JouaNAi.in that city, and areau taoriiedio oontraol for inseningadveriise mv-usfor us at our lowest oash rates. Advertisers in that oily are requested to »ve their favors with either oi the above uaes. 4 a'saeOts-ealauio or I I ii a w»|ck a a A a a .Ulameawtav. JUai A a a I e*uu A MAIIUIUAD. tOTU. W a in a a 18T3. ST. PAUL AMD ST. OLOUB—QOUIO I O I Leave St. Paul Arrive aiat. Cloud olub rates of TUB JOUBHAL 6 oopies, $1.75 eaoh. 8 1.50 8:00 a. nt. 12:46 p. m. OOINQ SOOTH. Leave St. Cloud Arrive at bl. Paul •T. SltfVD AM MMLBOSS Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Melrose 8:50 a. m. 1:25 p. m. GOING WMST. Leave Melrose Arrive at at. Cloud 12:46 p. m. 3:0u p. nt. GOING BAST, «:00 a. m. 8 4U a. tHiHt a miiKuewKv. CoxaaxeAnoSAL.—(Church south of Kaviue bridge. ewrvicoa every oauunj at lua a. IU. anil 7 p. IU. ouu- uay Ocuool at clock. 1"injur aieeiiu...

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