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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 November 1873

Mt £t. (SU\\ §wntal W I E E 1 O Thursday. Nov. 6, 1873, Tutu. iti:srr.T. Tuesday's elections might havo been worse, and they might have been a good deal bettor. a this State (Jap- taio Davis is eleotod by about 10,- 0 0 0 majority. Captain Barto ia elected, bat by what majority caonot new be told. So is Mr. Wilson. Th State Troasurjshlp is close, with tbo indica- tions rather pointing toward the election of Mr. Dike. Fuller re- tains will be required to decide between Gen. Jennison and Col. Stevens (or Seoretary of State. Th Legislature will be largely Republican. I. Donnelly was elected to the Senate from Dakota county, and Morton S. Wilkinson from Blue Earth county. Wisconsin has done badly—very badly—Governor Washbarno being de- feated by from 5,000 to 10,000 ma- jority, while the opposition have the Legislature. New York has also gone to the bad by about 10,000 majority. at Massachusetts re-elects its Gov. Washburne by 12,000 maj rity. The Legislature is strongly Republican. 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. — 6 November 1873

I O O A 1TE1"WS l»»a«o P. Bowel)ft Co., 40ParkRow, No* York, and8. M. PettengiU-Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are the toU agent for Tan JounitAi.inthatoity.audaroau taorUedtooontraetfor inserting-dvertiae mo usfor us at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in thatoity are requested to o*ve their favors with either ol the above uses. 40- a a 1 a aDO-H-JC at am a a aTert-er__(i--esotsk. i*«t A it A HAIldHVAO. 1-T3. _«aa_aer Tim a 1873 AU_ ann sr. oaawn—ooma _O_TH. Leave St. Paul 8:3ft a. •». and 4:80 p. in Arrive at St. Cloud l:2o and 8:40 p. at ooixo soBtn. Leave St. Cloud 7:20 a.m. and 2:8ft p.m. Arrive Bt. Peal 11:10 a.m. and 7:16 p.m. ST. o_eon A»D HiuoM-aoix a wnsr. Leave St, Cload 1:20 p. a. Arrive at Melrose 8:80 p. at. QOIMO BAST, Leave Melrose 12:05 p. m. Arrive at St. Cloud 2:86 ». CHURCH DlttKCl'OKK. COHOMOATIOS--.—(Cburch»out_ofRayiuebrid_e.) Services every duuday at luj a. m. and 7 p.m. Sun day School at 12 o'clock, -reyer meeting at the church on Wednesday evenings at 7 o'cl...

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. — 6 November 1873

O I sr W a I A I O O A W DBMARE8T LLOYD. Ta aay that Mr. Chase was morally eoorag«eua would bo a mere truism. When he thought ho had discovered the path of duty, he followed it to the end, earing not whither it led him or what daogera beset it on either side A jojiog lawyer declaring himself agamat slavery in the midst of a society drawing its life from slavery a map aooepting office at the hands ot his op. ponente in the hopo of bringing them to hie views a Senator resisting almost alone) the cohorts of slavery at the national capital a Secretary up holding our arms with unflinching and splendid faith in their final success a Chief Justice sittiog unmoved amidst the fiercest storm of political passion our history haa known, and, later, pass ing official disapproval upon his former acts,—these area fow of the hasty glimpses one oatehes of him. This moral oourage was always with him. There was nothing like sooial coward ice about him. He would never dis tort an opinion or swerve a ha...

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 November 1873

WL gjMMi .'J* THE JOURNAL. rasltahev) every Thursday Afternoea, AT ST. CLOUD.MINN. ft W a A, at Street W I O S snrrom AND rmopunok. SUBSCRIPTION! WQ DOLLARS,PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. AaSxtraCopjrwnibeseat^ratitto the getter •«lib oft SabecrlWe. SLATES OV A E E I S I S I 110 STI S3* •T» 700 too tsso. SnetSsM. 600 1000 800 1400 1100 I860 33*0 9000 100 S t* IH IM 4T* 0* I ft. 100 431 •00 Stf T«0 sw 4*0 1S0C 3340 •000 WW 4400 33 1300 1400 3600 4000 036 1126 1«M 1109 MM MOO 13*00 11 ou 1400 WOO 4000 I N 1. ie§aWmIloTerninenta«Vertlse»e».ts,TSeeBiB Mr sqaare for thefirstiasertloa, and 37% cents per •filar* far each tubsiq.nent insertion. t. Attorneys ordering la lecnls4Tet«JsenMataar* regarded aaaceaaataM*forHi* castof tha same, aa taaa tnereia a special agreaiMnttockargetBe ft another party. Paymen! la all earn to ba adrance orupon dellTerj at theaelaaTit. S. Local Notices,15casta par ne to transient,and 10 casta par Una to regular, adrertisera. 4. Notice ofdeath [simple annonaceaient] 36centa...

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 November 1873

Sfct eft. (Btoud loumat. VT. IIIT 0 tt E E 11 uK. Thursday, Nov. 13,1873, TH1XK86IYI.VU PROCLAMATION BT THE SRESIDENT. By th» nruOent of tht United States of America: A PROCLAMATIQII. The approaching close of another year bring* with I' the occasion for renewed thanksgiving unit ao knowledgesMOt to the Almighty Ruler of theBiiirers* of the unnumbered mtivios w'ticti bas bestowed upon as AbundMM htrvaits have beeuataoug the rewards of Innuatrv with the locarexception» health has been among the blessings' enloyed trau qull'tT at home and peace with other natious have prevailed frugal mitu try la regaluiug its merited rewards gradually, but under the Providence of God surely, as we trust, the nation is recovering from the lingering results of a dreadful civil strife. For these aad all the other tuercJee vouchsafed, it becomes us as a people to return heartfelt and grateful acknowl edgement*, and with our thanksgiving we may a site prayers for the cessation ef local and temporary suf fe...

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 November 1873

a 4 I O A ISnffiWS B9.a«o. P. RowellA Co., 40Park Row, Ne* York, and 8. M. PsUragillft Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the sol* agent for TBB JOUBBAX.,in that oity,and are au thoriiedtoeontraolforinBertingadTertise- meitsforus at our lowest cash rates. Advertiser* in thatoity are requested to *Vre their favors with either oi the above hvoses. JtkT a O a a a a a a*«sMah«dt I a a a a A a a a a a a a a a a A «fc A A 1 O A a Leave Melrose Arrive at St, Cloud 18TS. a W a PAWL ABB ST. OMVD-OOW O Leav* 8t. Paul 8:2ft a. m. and 4:30 p. Arrive ai 8t. Cloud 1:20 aod 8:40 p. aoisa SOOIB Leave St. Cloud 7:20 a.m. aad 2:85 p.n. Arrive St. r-»ul li:iO a.m. and 7:16p.m. ST. 0L0UD AMD HIUOSH-QOIX WMT Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Melrose 1:20 p. m. 3:30 p. m. QOIMO EAST, 12:05 p. m. 2:3a a. CHURCH DIKKCfUBl. OoaeaaaAttonAk—(Churchsouth of Ravloebridge.) Service* every aund»y at 101$ a. in. ami 7 p.m. Sun day School at 12 o'clock. Prayer meeting at the church on Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock. Rev Cyra...

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 November 1873

S & N A N 9 O I N O TATOlttS O Verj many farmers imagiaa that the longer potatoes are allowed to li&on the ground ia the fall, the better will they ktep through tho winter. This is the merest lallaoy. Potatoes should be dog aa aooD a.* the vines are entirely dead and dry. So long as the vines retain sap, ao long the pototoes im prote in quality, if aot in quantity. Those farmers who imagine that late potatoes should not be dng until just before tho ground freezes up, very of* ten get eaught, and find their crop either froien up in the ground or sosoil—the badly frost-bit ton as to be almost worth less. This would be especially disss troua this season, since, from pres ent appearances, potatoes will be ono of the dearest commodities in the market by next spring. Indeed, so soaroe may potatoes become before planting time that it may become necessary to save the small potatoes for seed, a thing to be deprecated except in time of great scarcity. This plan may be adopted oc casio...

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 November 1873

m-*m a I THE JOURNAL. rsblUhed every Thursday Arteraosa, AT S CLOUD,MINN. a W & W iit. a I it W IB ^dnTTOECEXjTj EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION I WO D*LLAMS,rA TABLE IN ADTAMCB. AB BxteeOoBy W ill** seat srottito ike sottet tola* of five Sioeerlker*. StATBS or AOTUTllUft 9 too 1 S 100 11* 110 ST* S 47* TOO 000 4 If tie lit 47* 000 TW 11*» ISS0 a iy». MM SI 10 4tt •00 •s* TW eoohoeo 00 1100 1IH Ut 1400 1»00 410 010 030 »00 40 tf M00 14M MOO N 1100 1400 0*00 1100 a N 4100 WOO MOO WO O WOOfTMO moo Lwkl a«ICroT»ra—atMTtrtt—•if.TO^w MB*M«w*forU«Bn«lWM«tloM,Mil I N subotooeat Insertion. t. Attorn* ordering ia legal adr.rtisam.Bts are rs-aroe* for the oost «f toe Una there Is a special agreement to charge the seats aaotaer forty. Pejtaentlaallcaees te so aaadela eeVraac* orapoBdeliTerj ot th* a. S.LoealNotle*.,15centsp*r metotraasieBt.aB* 10 eeats par Una to regular, advertisers. A Notice oTdeatB [staple anaeajBeB\ent] IfteeBtsS ebltearj notice*, ft cants par Una marriage no lies*...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 November 1873

S)tt £t. Claud autrunt* V?. B. MITCHELL, EiHTOK. Thursday, Nov. 20,1873, THANKSGIYING PROCLAMATION BY THE 1 RESIDENT. By the Prtsi&nl of the Vnittd States of America A FBOCLAMATIOK. Thi apjiro »oUlan close of another year bring* with It the (K.v i»l for renewed thanksgiving anil ao knosrletlgn-ueat to the Almighty Knler of elm universe of the uuunmborod mercies \v lieh He lias bestowed upon M. Abundant harvests have hern anion* tlie reward* of Indnttrv with the local exceptions health hM been among the blessings euloyed tran quility at home and peace with other nations have prevailed frugal inJu.try is regaining its merited reward* gradually, but under the Providence of God surely, as we trait, the nation is recovering from the lingering results of a dreadful civil strife. For these aud all the other mercies vouchsafed. It becomes us as a people to return heartfelt and grateful acknowl edgements, and with onr thanksgiving we may unite prayer* Kr the cessation ef local and tempor...

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 November 1873

II 4 O A ZETEiWS .aeo.P.Uowel)etCo.,40l,arkRow, New Fork, and 8. M. PettengillA Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the »of« agent forTna JocnNAL,in that city,and are au thomedt ooontraotf or inserting ulvertise mo vtit'or as at our lowest oash rates. Advertisers in thatoityare requested to »v« their favors with either of the aboTe houses. 1 1 1 I CoHaasaitiosm,—(Churchsouth of Bavlnebrldge.) Services Sunday at 10U a. m. and 7 p.m. Bun day School at o'clock. Frayer meeting at the church en Wednesday evenings at o'clock. Rev Cyras Fkket, Pastor. Besidence, corner of Wells avenue and Lake street. Paanmaian.—(Church on Richmond avenae.) Services aver* Sabbath at 10, a. m. and T}$ p. m.— Sabbath School at Urn Wednesday evening lecture aad prayer aaaetia. at TH o'clock. Pewt free and straagerslsvited. KaT.Jt.?.Oampball,Pa»tor. Bnscer.A.-8l. John's Church.iu »•*•*,{•*••£" 8ervtees every Sabbath at 10}* a. fcM*1g»J» 12 m. Bvenis* prawr Fnaeya at 7 o'clock. Bav. J. X.Chanibers.Beetor. SandeytiS...

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 November 1873

JUANUHINU W I BttUSH. Mr. J. Clark gives, in tho German town Telegraph, the following ex periment of plowing under brush as manure, whioh illustrates a point worthy of attention. The looseoing aeration of the soil, especially if heavy, is not sufficiently oared ior. The best orop of oats (80 bushels to the aero,) wo ever raised, was obtained by plow* iog under all the straw the plow would oover. This was good, sound straw, and could not have decayed early enough to produce such a result as a fertiliser. It was simply the effect of leaving an air space eight inobes down in a stiff, olay loam. Mr. Clark says My idea was that one great oause why wo could not wet as good crops from old fields as when they were first cul tivated, was owing, in a great part, to the density of the soil. I had observed that the first eight or ten years after olearing off the forest the forest land would give good crops with very little oare in plowing the reason for this, I argued, was tho decaying of the i...

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 November 1873

JOU] Pabllshed every Thursday AfleraeM, AT S T. CLOUD,MINN. •OITOB AHD ?*OT«UW». :-, .:' •. 0 Y"1 fluaaoRiPTion* IW 0 CL LAMS,PA TAMIMIV AP TAMOM. aillbeeeatftrattstetae getter VJBS88S I I O aaaave.fi* Bw l»*|*«»l I •«i. t%v*i JS »,SHft AM MAU.M Ht»W I to 1124 1400 O ».r square fur the flrst IMMMH, and 8T}{ cents per ••tun a Insertion. t. Attorney• ordering In legaladvsvtiseaMata are re-arded accountable for the cost of the ansae, on toss there Is a Special agreement to ebarrethe seae awetawraoxty. r*j»»eatra alt caoee take andela advance or upon delivery of the a*ldavlf.. S. Local Notices, 16cents per aetotraasieat.aBA lecenU per line to rwgala*, advertisers. 4. NoUceofde*th[sls*pleaiu^nee«eiit)Jleentsl eoltaery notices, Scents per line marriage notions eOeenti. ft. Special place and *onbleooIamaadvertteeeMato to be intertedat ratef agreed upon. ,., 8. Yearlyadvertisers 16 pay quarterly. T. Strangere sunt pay in adrance, or givttaVU&w terj reference*. O I N I N Of all Wads,plai...

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 November 1873

*mm 8*t Jtt. Cb&t mtml W. I E E I O R. Thursday. Nov. 27,1873, fHAlEMITINfi PROCLAMATION THI KKSIDKNT. W a Secretary of State. BY Ay Ms JVsttrfmt 0/ (V» Patted State* of America^ A noOLMUIlOtf. The epnroeehln* CIOM of another year brings with it the occasion for renewed thankaglYlns and ac koowledfe-aeat to the Almighty Ruler of the ani-erse of the aaaaaabered N which H« ha* bestowed »P0B w». Abundant harvests have been among the rewards of tadattr- with the local exception* he-Jthhaeb«a«aeHmgthebleaeine-senfo«ed trau »cewi"" -rage] la Ju,txjr la qallit-at hoeae aad peace with other callous have prevailed -raja lad ,tx receinluf auritrd tWwS-vls gradually, bat under the ProvTdeace of Qud sorely, a* we tree*, the nation la recovering from the lleretiag reeulU of a dreadful civil strife. Per taewe and all the other aaercies vouchsafed, it becoeae. ui aa a people to return heartfelt and grat.fal acknowt rtlfcl as crete eJgeateeU, and with oar thaakegrriac we May unite •raversft*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 November 1873

a a a a a a as O A 2SIJE W Si BP^Oeo. P. Rowell& Co., 40 Park Row, New York, andS. M. Pettengill& Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the sole agent for TUB JouaNAL.in that oity, and are au horiiedt oontrac tfor naerting dyertise meitafor as at onr lowest oash rates. AdTertiaers ia that oity are requested to «»re their favors with either of tho abors afases. .'",'• ju S a C*scaaeAuoiu*,—(ChurchMath of Bavinebrldge.) Service* every ftundav at 10}4 a. m. and p.m. Bun day tfcaeol at o'clock. Prayer ta* caarch a Wedaseday evenings at o'clock. ACT CynatPioket, Paator. Eeeidence, corner of Well* aTcmo and Lake street. Paatartuiax.—(Okarch on Richmond aveaaa.) »*r vice* atart Sabbathat loli a. •». aad Itf p. *».— Sabbat* school at at. W*da**d*y .venlng lecture aad prayer meeting at IU o'clock. P*w* free and straagerslavited. Jtev.B.V.Canipbell.Pastor. A I S I. John's Church.in »ow*» towa ServICM ever, Sabbath at 10X a. W S S a 'a«oe*as PrMa/a at I o'clock. mtwVj. T. Caa*ab*r*,»**tor. I...

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 November 1873

The Naw York Economist gives a few Mats id the fallowing extraot from a le'gthj article, which wool growers will do well to give candid oonsidiwa tioo :—"It ii true, it takes time to raise lambs and iuerease Hocks of sheep. As jet there has not been much in crease in the production of the staple in cur northern or western States but what is 'asking in quantity is to sou» extent made up io the quality, for our markets now present lines of fanev wools from Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio, which are eqnal to any wools grown thejorjd ova* fancy clips from western Virginia art particularly choice, and will bear elose comparison with the finest Austrian, Silesian and Australian. These wools id growth is kept up, and the animals attain a large size and heavy weight at a a early age. When breeding animals are not properly fed and comfortably sheltered in winter, the bad effects of such treatment is not confined to their "^^^^im^S^m^^^, «Olla^onlr.ted to matter now stringent money may be^ fo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 November 1873

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Fifth Annual Message of U. I Grant, Delivered to Congress Die cember 2nd, 1873. 7b the Senate and House of Representatives: The year that baa passed since the submis sion of my last menage to Congress lias, cape cially juts tatter part of it, been an eventful one to the country. In the midst of great national prosperity a tlnancial cilais has ocenrred that baa brought low tortnnea of great proportions political partisanship baa almost ceased to cslat, espec ially in the agricultural regions prod the capture upon the high seas of a vessel bearing our flag, has at one time threatened the most serious consequences and attracted the public mind from one eud of the country to the other. This, happily, now, is in the course of satisfactory adjustment, honorable to both na tions concerned. The rela'ion of the United States, however, with the most of other na tions continue to be friendly and cordial. With France, Germany, Russia, Italy and the minor powers, with Brazil...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 November 1873

*s ytxt your consideration whether this difficulty might not be overcame by-authorizing the decretory of the Treasury to issue at any time to national banks of issue any amount of their notes, he low a fixed percent of tbelr inu«i say -10 per cent, npon tue banka depositing with the treasury of the United States an amount 'of government bonds equal to the amount of notes demanded the banks to forfeit to the Govern ment, say four per cent, on Interest accruing on the bonds so pledged, during the time they remain with the Treasury a* security for the in creased circulation |the bonds so pledged to be redeemable by the banks at their pleasure, either In whole or In part, by returning their own bills for caucellatiou in amount equal to the face of the bonds withdrawn. I would further suggest for your considera tion th» propriety of authorizing national banks to diminish their standing issue at pleasure by returning for cancellation tbelr own bills and withdrawing so many United States 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. — 4 December 1873

•a N I S O JCTCR&al*" rwbllshed every Taarsday Afterneea, AT 8T. CLOTJD.MINN. HM«H0wM*( WMUiglea Avaava* 4 Mt. 0 a Street .:. 3 MITOHBLTJ •DITOB AWD PKOPKIITOK. SUBSCRlPTtOlri DQtLAMSPA TABLE 1JT ADTANCM. Aa SjttraOopya ill be eeataraKite Ik* aelaa of flYe Saaeerlkera. JRATJ6B O AJvmmTIM«*V ftiw*»» tw I Saw. Sate 0 leo in 1U ITS aia 4T5 TOO too «X* ••0 ijrt. too IM 4M S*e ltoo 5 411 •00 a»e TW COO 00^1400 I S mostoe is" site 1*» 1400 4»W am sz its peraiw^forthe4Mleaawtfoa,aa4 ST)? •fo*»fcreaefc nb «,a*at iaeertiea. t. AMecwaje artarlag I* lefalaeei re«areMeaaceeutaalefertl»eaetefl •fifeae*,.!!. a.LecalNoilee.,l»o*ntaper aatet«a»e»ea»,ea« lOeeaUperUBetoreKalar.adYertleere. 4. Nolle* oMeath (iltapia aaaoaaa—ai]S»—X •bltmarj a»U«M, 0 per liae awrrlefe MtiM Maaate. 0. Special place and onhlecolajaaadtertleeaMata la ba iawrtadat rata* agreed upon. 0. Yearlyadrertiaerato pay quarterly. T. Stranger, mutt pajia adranea, or (iTaaatialaa terj refereacea. 3 OB PRINTIN Or Of ell klada, plai...

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. — 4 December 1873

Sue £t. gflimrai W. S I I E E I O Thursday, Deo. 4, 1873. TUB MUCSIDKNT'S MfcSSAUK. K£ President Grant's fifth anaual mes sage waft read to Congress on Tuesday. It ia somewhat longer than usual, but the many important matters requiring attention area sufficient cause for this. A review of our relations with for eign nations—whioh are in the main satisfactory and friendly—ends with "Spain and the Virginioa seizure. The President atatea clearly and concisely the position taken by this government, the demands made upon Spain and the measures adopted to teonre compli ance with them by foroe of arms if necessary, and the terms of the proto col by which Spam agreed to satisfy these demands. oharges the whole responsibility for the outrage upon the ayatemoi slavery whioh corses Cuba and sustains a defiant and lawless aristocracy. He urges npon Congress to define more closely the acts or conditions whioh shall work expatriation. While interentially approving a con stitutional amendment to m...

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. — 4 December 1873

l) .. O A I 3MJJUW3 •PJvGeo. P. Rowel)& Co., 40 Perk Row, Ne York, andS. M. Peltengill&Co., 87 ParkKow, New York, are the sole agent for THS ouanAL,in that oity, and are au thoriiedtooontraetforinsertingidvertise- me itsf.or aa at our lowest eash rates. Advertisers in thatoity are requested to eare their favors with either of the above houses. O CoKeasa ATloHAt.—(Church south of Ravi uebrldgo.) Services evsry Hondas mt 10V, a. m. and p.m. 8un day School at IS o'clock. Prayer meeting at the church on Wednesday evenings at o'clock. Bey Cyrus Picket, Pastor. Bssldence, corner of Wells avenue aud Lake street. a (Church on Rlohniond avenue.) Cervices ererv Sabbath at 1«K a. and Sabbath School at la ai. Wednesday evening lecture aad prayer meeting at TU o'clock. Pews treei and streogersluTlted. Rev. I T. Campbell.Paslor. BnscorAi (St. John's Church, la lower town.)— Bervkee every Sabbath at 10}, a. a a Sundays School at Bveulng prayer meetiag ITridaye at o'clock. Bev. j.T.Uhewbers...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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