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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 22 October 1874

™^1 Margaret took tea in her room, but late in the evening she sent for me. "Can you explain what I witnessed just after dinner inquired she, with a severity that made me tremble. I remembered my promise, and stam mered, "I could if you would give me time. You will not be displeased when you know." "I must be my own judge as to that. After all your position was sufficiently significant. Make no ex cuse. Rise to your feet! Obedience is better than fawning. I requested your presence to let you know that the stage coach will call at six to-in morrow morning, by which you will travel to a half-day's journey, and give a letter to my old friend, Mrs. Grant, who will treat you kind ly until I make some farther disposi tion in your behalf. We will not protract our interview. You require every moment to prepare for your journey. The housekeeper will assist you." Thus, like a felon, I was sent from Mrs. Margaret and Elton Cor ner. I could only patiently wait the hour of reconciliation, which ...

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. — 29 October 1874

urn rV' Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office—Corner of Washington Avenue ami St. «(rmuin Street. W IB. I E EDITOR AKD l'ROPKIETOB, SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An Extra C'opv will be seat earns to the getter up of a club of t"lve Subscribers. RATES OF ADVERTISING: Square. 1 2 3 2m I 3ru 1 1 00 1 75! 2 S 4 3 AS, 4 7S! 6 001 col. 6m 1 SO 2 75 3 25 4 75 7 00 I 15 00 22 50 SO 00 85 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 125 00 10 00 14 00 18 00 50 30 00 37 50 45 00 2 001 4 25| 6 00 3 50 5 00 8 00 4 00 8 25111 00 6 AS 10 00:12 5022 9 2512 00!16 50 2 so 6 00 1 9 OOiU 00 14 00.22 50 I 7 50 11 25114 00 25 00!30 00 1100.10 50i20 00J40 00150 00 75 00 1. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 cents per square for the first insertion, ami S"} tents per square for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering In legal advertisements are regarded as accountablu lor the cost of the same, unless there is a .*|ecial agreement to charge the same to another party, fuyment in al...

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. — 29 October 1874

I piiMllllHIBHaHBHHIMBHMi W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Oct. 29,1874. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Fom Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, s. MCMILLAN. For Associate Justice, F. R. E. CORNELL. For Member of Congress, WM. S. KING, 3d Dist. Tlolcet For Senator, 31tf District, ALANSON ALLEN. For Representatives, R. L. LOVELACE, 3d District. M. A. TAYLOR, 4th District. For County Commissioner, JOHN H. OWEN, 1st District. REFORM IN PROFESSION vs. REFORM IN PRACTICE. The Republican party professes to be a party of Reform, able within itself to correct the abuses against which the country is crying and to purify politics of the rank corruption which has made our civil service, in many places, a burning shame. This is the kind of party it should be, and the kind it must be if it expects to retain its present ascendancy. In these days when there are no great national issues to divide parties, this one point is the strength of the Re publican organization. But the peo ple demand that the practices ...

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. — 29 October 1874

•$ :-''-t^^'':, ''&-:* LOCAL ITEWS. 1 8 A E I S O N KI1 ,K W AeravnMac Cwmwu I a* Also, with S. M. PETTJBNGHO. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to make con tracts for advertising. I I I I E O PRESUYTKKIAS.—(Church on Richmond avenue.) Service every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and 8* p. n».— Sabbath School at 12 JU. Wixineaday evening lec ture and prayer meeting at 8 o'clock. Pawa freo and strangers Invited. EPISCOPAL.—(St. John's Church, in Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 1H a. ui. and 7, p. m.— Sunday School at 12 m. Evening prayer meeting tnday* at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Rector. MKTHODIST.—(Church corner Washington ave. and Chapel street) .... •*".**. P-J"-. Sunday School"att 2« p. m. Services ever}- Sabbat.h. at 10 .. Sunda Schoo a it Rev. T. Lewtou, Pastor. C05GRKGATI0SAL.—(Church south of Ravine bridge.) Pulpit vacant. Sunday School at 12 m.— Prayer meeting ou Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock. BAPTIST.—(Church near se...

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. — 29 October 1874

E E I N 1 I I E The dairy product of butter, out side of the districts of country around our eities and large towns, available for daily marketing, must necessarily be put up, or packed in tubs made of white oak, holding 25, 50, or 100 pounds weight. The packages are known in the market as tubs and firkins. The value of this butter de pends upon the care taken to free it from the butter milk, and the knowl edge and taste required to flavor it, by the proper use of salt, and thecieanse neatness with which the whole pro cess of making it is characterized. The consumers of butter are obliged to pay from twenty to forty cents per pound more for butter brought to their cities and large towns weekly than the average market price of our country-made and packed butter— this, too, when its intrinsic value is no more. This is owing entirely to a want of proper knowledge of the mode of preser vation after itcomesinto the possession of the family by whom it is used. The country-made and packed ...

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. — 5 November 1874

T^55*^^^ 1 Ti ffct ^loittl $Jmitral Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Ofllvv—Cornrr of Washington Avenue »nil St. Germain Street. w. IB. MTTOHBLL, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SURSCRTTTION: TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An Extra Copy will bo sent GRATIS to the getter up of a club of Five subscribers. RATK S O A E I S I N Square 1 2 2 Sm 6 1 it 00 15 0 2 00 4 25i 6 00 10 00 15 00 •i II 75 2 75| 3 5Ui 5 00 8 00 14 00 22 00 3 2 SO! 3 25] 4 50l S 25 00 18 00 80 00 4 3 25, 4 73 6 25,10 00 12 50 22 50 35 00 coll.. |4 75 7 00' 9 25'12 00'16 50 30 00 40 00 6 00| 9 00 11 00114 00 22 50 37 50 52 50 [7 50 11 25 14 00 25 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 1 i1100 IB 50J20 00 40 00 50 00 75 00 125 00 1. Legal and Government advertisement*, 75cents per square fbr the first insertion, and 374 ctnU per square, for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, unless there is a special agreement to charge the same to an...

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. — 5 November 1874

$t tym&fymnpl W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday,Uov. 5, 1874. STKARN8 COUNTY. On the third page returns, more or less complete, are given from all but five towns in the county. 'Wilson's majority for Congresa will be under 700, Col. Kintf running considerably ahead of his ticket. J. Capser is elected Senator by not more than 500 majority. The contest between B. Voasberg and C. Dueber for County Auditor has been a very close one, and as the different towns came in apparent victory perched on one and then on the other of the two candi dates. As we go to press Mr. Voss berg has a majority of 88, with five towns to hear from, and is undoubted ly elected. C. A. Gilman is elected in the First, and W. Merz in theyoters Second Representative Districts.— The Third and Fourth are still in doubt. Mr. Strong, being on both tickets, received the full vote of both parties, as he deserved to. MINNESOTA. So far as the more important re sults are concerned, the Republican party in this State has ...

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. — 5 November 1874

1 I I O O I IJTEJ W S THIS PAPBtt IS ON FILK WITH 'IS'NO. AGENTS', Wlwr* A4nnWac CaaorsMa ewn k« Made. Also, with S. M. i*KTTBNGIUi& Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con tracts for advertising. CHURCH mBECTOBY. PRKSBTTKRIAS.—(Church on Richmond avenue,) Services every tvabbath 10f a. m. and Hi p. m.— fcfcbbath School at 12 m. Wednesday evening lec ture and prayer meeting at », o'clock. Pews free and strangers invited. EPISCOPAL.-(St. John's Church, In Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and 7« p. ui Sunday School at 12 in. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Kev. J. T. Chambers, Rector. METHODIST.— (Church corner Washington are. and Chanel street.) Services every Sabbath at 1H a. m. and p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Rev. T. Lew ton, Pastor. CONORKOATIONAU— (Church south of Ravine bridge.) Pulpit vacant. Suuday School at 12 Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock. BAPTIST.—(Church near second Ravi...

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. — 5 November 1874

fEP.i ».i|l,r ,,», ».|i., ii BEBB-.TOCEIA' Sl'UttESTTONS. ft The cold nights of tlm month should remind bee-keepers that rugs, mats or quilts are needed on all colo nies. Even the strongest are the bet ter for this comfortable provision, and the safety of the weak ones absolutely depends on it. Examine and be sure that no hives have combs of sealed honey in the center. If there are any, an exchange may be profitably made between the empty combs of one colony and the full ones of another. The entrances of all hives may be contracted, and mice absolutely shut out Though the danger is less now than in the spring, still it is best to prevent it. All necessary feeding must be now, and enough may be given in two or three days to any colony to prevent starvation. We have taken a hive tilled with comb without one ounce of honey, put in a good swarm of bees, feed them twenty pounds of sugar syrup in three days, had it all taken into the combs and sealed over, and no colony could win ter bett...

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. — 12 November 1874

!i Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Oftlcti—CM-nr of Washington Avenue Hiul St. Germain Street. W I I O I I E EDITOR ANP PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION: TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An Extra Cow will be sl' 1 2 S 4 col. 1 IHSATIS to the getter up of a club or rl»o Subscribers. KATES OF ADVERTISING» Square. 1 2 3 2 3ra I 6ni 1 yr 15 00 33 SO SO 00 1 00 1 50 2 001 4 25 fi 00!10 00 1 75 2 75, 3 50| 5 8 00 14 00 2 50 3 25 4 50 8 25 11 00118 00 3 25 4 75. 6 25 10 00 12 50 22 50 4 75: 7 OO! 9 25,12 00 16 50'S0 00 6 00 9 00 11 00 14 00 22 50..17 50 7 50 11 25 14 00 25 00 SO 00 45 00 1100|16 50120 00,40 00.50 00:75 00 as oo 40 00 52 50 75 00 125 00 1. Legal and Goverumeut lulvertiseuu'nts, 75 cents per square for the first Insertion, am! i?tcnt» per square for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, unless there Is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all 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. — 12 November 1874

£lt»utl |jaitrt|aL W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 12,1874. THANKSGIVING riiOCLAMAIOX BY TUB PRKSIOKNT. We are reminded by the changing Rea sons that it is time to pause in our daily vocations and oiler thanks to Almighty God for the mercies and abundance of the year which is drawing to a close. The blessings of free government con tinue to be vouchsafed to us. The land has been free from pestilence. Internal order is maintained, and peace with other powers has prevailed. It is fitting that at stated periods we cease from our accustomed pursuits, and from the turmoil of our daily lives, and unite in thankfulness for the blessing sof the nasi and for the cultivation of kindly feel ings toward each other. Now, therefore, recognizing these consid erations, I, U. S. Grant, President of the United States, do recommend toall citizens to assemble in their respective places of worship Thursday, the 26th day of Novem ber next, and express their thanks for the mercy and favor of Almigh...

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. — 12 November 1874

Vflwr* ""V IT :, ,i V" "•"'V.:'"'' ":-,' s*t"' .'" XJOC-AJLI 3STETW"S. I S A E I S O N .*• Also, with 8. M. PETTKXOILX & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con tracts for advertising. CHURC I E O EpiseorAt.—(St. John's Church, in Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 10} a. in. and 7) p. iu.— Sunday School at 12 in. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. X. Chambers, Hector. BAITIST.—(Church near second Ravine bridge.) Services every Sabbath at liH a. in. and 8 o'clock p. in. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Scats free and all are welcome. Rev. W. E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 IU. MKTiionisT.— (Church, corner Washington are. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10, a. m. and 7) p. iu. Sunday School at 12 m. Rev. H.S. Hilton, Pastor. CoNOJtROATioNAL CHURCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) at 10, o'clock a. in. Sunday School at 12m. Prayer...

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. — 12 November 1874

GJLAN DICKS. This terrible disease is more preva lent at the present time, perhaps.than ever before. We call it "'terrible'' be cause it is always fatal to animals afflicted with it, and also to men who become poisoned by contact of its vir us with a cut or sore, or bruise, and the death following is a most painful one. Why is it now so prevalent? Doubtless, in some degree as a se quence to the epizootic of the last two years. The horses were left in a con dition rendering them more suscepti ble contagious diseases, and more liable to suffer from unfavorable cir cumstances. We knew that men, in a certain condition of their systems, will take malarious or infectious dis eases, when at other times they can be exposed without harm. So we be lieve that bad ventilation of stables, improper food, or too little of it, overworking, want of care generally, will render a horse liable to glanders or farcy at the present time, when be fore the epizootic he would have been exempt. And what is th...

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. — 19 November 1874

$ IotuI ^carnal. Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office-Corner of Wanhlngton Avenuf* St. Germain Street. EDITOR AND PROPBIP0*- SUBSCIUPTI*^' TWO DOLLARS, PM«» ADVMCE. An Extra Copy will be «»ATW to the getter up of a club of t'ivo Sub^'rioors- RATES OK ADVKRWSIS©: Square. 1 tw :iw 2m Sui 6iu 1 tint' I N 2 00 4 25, 6 00 10 00 2 173 2 73 3 50' 5 00, S 00 00 3 50 3 23 4 30 S 23 IK) 18 00SO 4 (5 25 4 75 6 25l10 00l12 50'22 50 eoL 4 75, 7 00 9 23|12 00 16 30:30 00 I 6 00 9 00 11 00 14 00 22 50 87 50 00.45 00 15 00 22 50 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 125 00 7 30 11 23,14 00,25 00OU 1 !ll00 16 50 20 00'40 00OT 00J75 00 1. Legal anil Government sul\ t-riiscim iit.i, 75cents per square for the first insertion, ami 37ienta per square for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys unit-ring in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, unless there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all caaea to made in advance or...

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. — 19 November 1874

j|& ^Ionil jJiumjaL W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 19,1874. THANKSOIVINO VHOCLAM.UON BY THK PRESIDENT. We are reminded by the changing sea tons that it ia time to pause in our daily vocations and offer thanks to Almighty Ood for the mercies and abundance of the year which ia drawing to a close. The blessings of free government con tinue to be vouchsafed to us. The land has been free from pestilence, internal order ia maintained, and peace with other powers has prevailed. It ia fitting that at stated periods we cease from our accustomed pursuits, and from the turmoil of our daily lives, and unite in thankfulness for the blessing sof the past and for the cultivation of kindly feel ings toward each other. Now, therefore, recognizing these consid erations, I, U. S. Grant, President of the United States, do recommend toall citizens to assemble in their respective places of worship Thursday, the 26th day ot Novem ber next, and express their thanks for the mercy and favor of Al...

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. — 19 November 1874

O O A ISTIEWS. *AFEtt W.O N WITH A auul*. Alao, with S. M. PKTTENGILI. & Co., 87 Park How, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make eon tracts for advertising. CHURCH ltlKKCTOBY. EPISCOPAL.—St. John's Church, In Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 10*, a. m. and"i p. tu.— Sunday School at 12 in. Evening prayer meeting ridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Rector. RAPTMT.—Churoh near second Ravlue bridge.) Service, every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and 8 o'clock p. u». Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 "flock. Seats free and all are welcome. Kev.W.K. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 ni. METHODIST.— (Church, corner Washington are. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and7} p. n. Sunday School at 12 m. Rev. H. S.Hlltou, Pastor. CoaajucoATicvAL CHURCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union .services (Congregational ahd Pres byterian) at 104 o'clock a.m. Sunday School at 12m. raver meeting on Wednesday evenings at the lec ture room of ...

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. — 19 November 1874

.Ki}s*iS*3SW--v 0 THE APriaCATIOX OF MAKl'BK. One great objection to the use It will thus be seen that, in pre paring the garden for early vegetables we need not be over nice in the use of unfermented manures filled with the ••eds of weeds, for, if we apply such manures in the autumn, we can de fltroy two crops of weeds before the peas, beets, onions, carrots, parsnips, and similar plants, are out of the {pround. We need not plow the gar den in spring for those crops provi ding that we have giveto it a good Weep plowing at this season of the year, when the manure may be ap-pan plied. The cultivator, roller and harrow may be used in the prepara tion for seeding in the spring, and the harrow and roller may be called in to destroy the second crop of weeds, be fore these plants appear above ground. The harrowing will not in the least disturb them before that time. Po tatoes and corn can have the same treatment, and I have harrowed win ter-wheat, oats, and spring wheat, af ter they were ...

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. — 26 November 1874

I -M^ _• Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office—Corner of W a in to A a St. a in Street. EDITOR .VXD PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTIO N I TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE IN MMMCE. An Extra Copv will bo seut ORAT13 to the getter up of a olul »f Five Subscriber*. KATE S O A E I S I N Square. 1 3 3 I 2 3ni 6n» 1 yr 1 10 0 1 50. 2 00 4 2d! 6 OOJ10 00 15 00 2 1 75 2 75 S 50 5 00 8 00 14 00 22 50 3 2 801 8 as! 4 SO) 8 25 11 00 18 00 80 00 4 3 25 4 75 6 25 10 00 12 SO 22 60 38 00 col. 4 75! 7 001 9 25 12 00 16 50130 00 40 00 1 6 OOi 9 00 11 00 14 00 22 80 50 52 50 1 7 50' 11 25 14 00125 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 1100,16 50 20 00|40 00.50 00|75 00 126 00 Legal and Government advertisements, 75 cents I*-1- "uare tor the first insertion, and 37J cents per 8g,uartfor each subsequent insertion. Attornevs onlering In lepil advertisements are regarded as accountable fur the cost of the same, unless thore is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all cases to 9f,ns.de in adv...

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. — 26 November 1874

W, B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 26,1874. THANKSOIVJNO I'ltOCI.AMAION UY TU PRKSIUKXT. We are reminded by the changing sea* tons that it is time to pause in our daily vocations and offer thanks to Almighty God for the mercies and abundance of the year which is drawing to a close. The blessings of tree government con tinue to be vouchsafed to us. The land has been free from pestilence. Internal order is maintained, and peace with other powers has prevailed. It is fitting that at stated periods we cease from our accustomed pursuits, and from the turmoil of our daily lives, and unite in thankfulness for the blessing sof the past and for the cultivation of kindly feel ings toward each other. Now, therefore, recognizing these consid erations, I, U. S. Grant, President of the United States, do recommend toall citizens to assemble in their respective places of worship Thursday, the 26th day of Novem ber next, and express their thanks for the mercy and favor of Almighty God, and layin...

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. — 26 November 1874

gjT? ""Tmae -." I IaOO-AJli 2STEJ-WS. I S A E I S O N I A a Cm* ft* aMUl* Also, witli S. M. PETTESOIIO. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con tracts for advertising. I E O fcpiscoFAU—(St. John's Chuich, in Lower Town.) services Sabbath at 10*. a. m. aud 7* p. m.— Sunday School at 12 IU. Evening prayer meeting ridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Rector. BAPTIST.—{Church near second Ravine bridge.) Services every Sabbath at 10, a. m. and 8 o'clock p. "?•,.0 *7*7«* meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 Seats flr*e and all are welcome. Kev.W.E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 m. MKTHODIST.— (Church, corner Washington are. and chapel street) Services every Sabbath at 10* &"» 8 9 1 Sunday School at 12 m. Rev. H. 8. Hilton, Pastor. COXGIMBATIOKAI. CHC»CH.-(South of RaTine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) at 1!J o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12 m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at the lec tur...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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