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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 26 November 1874

:, RAISING YOl'NO CfUOKKNS. Those who have had experience in raising chickens know how uncertain a business it is. They have been told not to count their chickens be fore they are hatched but they know by sad experience that is not safe to count them after they are hatched— often not until they have reached a considerable size. It is not unusual in some cases for half the brood to die before they are two weeks old, aud no man, or woman either, ean guess at any reason that satisfies as to the reason why. May it not beprincipal from a deficiency of animal food Cornmeal, boiled potatoes and simi lar substances generally compose the leading articles for young chickens but there is no reason why these birds should be exceptions to the ordinary rule with birds in general. Almost all young birds are fed chiefly on ani mal food, Even those birds which, when they become mature, live chiefly on fruits or seeds, feed their young on worms, grubs or insects. All dayand long the parents flit back...

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 December 1874

$t. £,hai Journal. Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office—Corner of W to A St. a in Street. w. I E EDITOU AND rBOPRIETOB. SI'IVSCKIITION TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE I I ADVANCE. An Extra CopywUlbe sent uKAtistothe getter np of a club of IV will Five Milwrilier*. RATE S O A E I S I N Square. 1 2 3 iu 3 6ui 1 00 1 80 3 00 1 751 JT75 3 50 4 25| S 00 10 00 5 00! 8 00 14 00 15 00 5BS0 SO 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 125 00 2 50 3 251 4 50. 8 25,11 00)18 00 5 251 4 75 6 25 10 UO 12 50,22 60 4 75, 7 00I 9 25,12 00,16 50,30 00 6 00 9 00 11 00 14 00 22 50 37 50 7 50 11 25 14 00 2ft IH» 30 00145 00 col. 1 1100 16 5020 00140 00,50 00|75 00 1. Le$al and Governuwot «dvrvti»VTO«-llfc», 75«imt8 pvt square for tueurat insertion, and 574 «n«a per square for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are nvanUtt as awouutiiblo for the cost of the same, unless there is Mjiecial agreement to charge the •awe to another party, faywent in all caaes to be made 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. — 3 December 1874

$t£hntil Jjonrt^l W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. S, 1874. CoKOREsa will meet next Monday. THE public debt was reduced last month $128,427. THERE are seventeen Americana now in Egypt, occupying high mili tary positions in the service of the Khedive. A cosRESPOXDEVT of the Chicago Tribune says ef Kansas that "the story of the drought and of the grass hopper plague has not yet been half told." IT costs $8,000,000 more than the receipts to run the Post Office Depart ment, and Postmaster General Jewell wants to make the two ends come nearer meeting. a ACCORDING to the New York Be public, "every man you meet is out collecting and doesn't dare gc home for fear ef the collectors that lie in wait for him." THE Comptroller's report gives the liabilities of St Paul at $1,366,255.01, and assets $825,098.54. The annual interest on bonds amounts to the snug sum of $96,574.03. ew»«*—— THE Minneapolis Evening Mail is owned exclusively by Johnson A Smith—Mr. W. A. Croffut, who sold to them h...

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 December 1874

HMJE I Ml 1 I O A I E W S ram PATKR is on a WITH WWrei A 4 W a a a a a SMUI Also, with S. M. PETTKNQILL & Co., 87 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con tracts for advertising. O EPISCOPAL.-St. John's Church, in Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 104 a. in. and 7» p. iu.— Sunday School at 12 in. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Hector. BAPTIST.—{Church near second Bavine bridge.} Services every Sabbath at 104 a. m. and 8 o'clock p. "?•. *.**yeT meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Seats free and all are welcome. Rev.W.E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 18 in. MKTHODIST.— (Church., corner Washington att a iihtv, a IS and Chapel street/) a. ni. ana 74. p.. lurvu Services every Sabbaiih Sundav Schoofl att 13 m. S. Hilton, Pastor. ave a 10* Rev. COKOMOATKWAI. CHCKCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and PresJ byterian) at It), o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12m. Prayer meeti...

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 December 1874

1 •Smaffa S O COJBftp The harvesting of the corn crop, Bays the Ohio Farmer, is one of the most tedious and disagreeable opera tions of the farmer. Though not as hard bodily labor as some other work, it tells on the system more, from the fact that it comes generally in cold, unpleasant weather, and there ia not exercise enough in it to keep the blood stirring actively, especially in the lower extremities. The hands, too, become chapped and sore, and the constant handling of the fodder chafes the skin wherever it touches, so when night comes after a hard day's husking, the farmer seeks an early bed, weary, feverish, and feel ing about as disagreeable as can be. With proper care much of the un-will pleasant character of the work can be dispensed with. The arras and wrists should be well protected, and buck skin mitts or gloves worn on the hands. In cold weather, or when the field muddy, the husker should stand up at his work, and in order to do this he should have a husking rack made ...

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 December 1874

A W Published Every Tanrsday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office—Corner of AVaslilugton Avenue and St. Germain Street. KlUTOlt AND l'KOl'BJETOn. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An Extra Copy will be sent URATIS to the getter op of a dub of Five Subscribers. BATES OF ADVERTISING I Square.' 1 2 I 3 I 2n» I 3m I 6m 1 jrr 1 '100 1 AO, 2 00! 4 25! 6 00 10 00 15 00 2 1 75' 2 75 3 50! 5 00 8 00 14 00 22 SO 9 2 50 3 25' 4 50, 8 25 11 00 18 00 90 00 4 S 25 4 78 6 25110 00*12 50J22 50 95 00 col. 4 75 7 OOi 9 85112 0016 50 30 00 40 00 6 00' 9 00 11 00'14 00 22 50 37 50 53 90 7 80IU 25,14 00'25 00:90 00 45 00 75 00 1 1100 16 50i20 00|40 OOjSO 00|75 00 125 00 1. Legal and Government advertisement*, 75 cent* per square for the first Insertion, and 37} cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisement* are regarded as s» countable for the cost of the same, unless there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. ntynient in all ...

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 December 1874

J^t»£jiwil |jaitrt|aL W/B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 10, 1874. THERE will be nearly enough coa tested seat cases in the next session 01 the Minnesota Legislature to take up the entire sixty days. DONNELLY is indulging in agricul tural jokes. He says "you might a* well try to fatten a fauning-mill by running oats through it" as to fatten certain politicians. THE New York Tribune throws out this hint to voters: "Watch the rival candidates with care, and see if the one who is spending the most money is not the one least worthy of success." GAGE, ex-Treasurer of Chicago, who was short $592,000 in his accounts, has been acquitted by the jury. The more a man steals the surer he is to escape. It is only your petty rogue who is punished. WITH the beginning of the year, the Waseca News will become the Minnesota Radical. Its platform will beTemperance, Anti-Corruption, An ti-Monopoly and anew party—the Radical Reform party. MARY Clemmer Amos, the well known authoress and Washington cor...

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 December 1874

O A fl I.' INJbJWS. ran PAPKR is ON vav Wl Bfwfttw AtVullaws a CaaUacAS Also, with S. M. PETTBKGIUJ & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con train* or advcni-ing. CHUKC W E O EPISCOPAL.—St. John's Church, in Lower Town. Services every Sabbath at 10, a. m. and 74 p. ni. Suinlay School at !2 in. Evening prayer uteetiu rulays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Recto. HAPTUT.—Church near second Ravine bridge.) Services every Sabbath at 104 a. in. and 8 o'clock p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Seats free and all are welcome. Ber.W.E. .Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 18 m. METHODIST.—(Church, corner Washington ave. »nd Chapel street) Services every Sabbath at 10s n*and7 p.ni Sunday School at 12 m. Rev. II. S. Hilton, Pastor. 0 N O S A I O S AI CuvRcn.—{South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byteriau) at UH o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12n». Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at the ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 10 December 1874

learned the rest is easy. ...... JJ a a S Then are three principal thing* necessary to good plowing—first, the Ability to properly guide a (earn second, knowledge and tact to ar- range the plow to the work in hand and, third, an intelligence in gaug- ing the furrow slice and properly turning the furrow. These being The gnat*t difficulty with plow- men is in laying out and finishing the lands. This being properly under* stood, the act of plowing becomes simple enough. Let. us give one easy, efficient and ordinary plan:— 8et a line of light stakes across the field gauge the reins so that, when iJaced on the beam handle of the plow* at the point where it is grasped by the band, the team being in mo- tion* they will just bear kindly on the bits of the horses. Place the team BO that the line of vision will be over the mold-board of the plow and be- tween the horses to the stakes. Set the plow so that it will turn a furrew from one-half to three-quarters the depth the land is to be plowed...

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 December 1874

Xjpo^Xi insiws. THIS PAHKR 18 ON FDJt WITH W W N O S I Alao, with S. M. PETTKNOILL & Co., 37 Park Kow, New York, and 10 State stwet, Boston, who are authoriied to make con tract!* for advertising. I O ErtsoorAL.-(St. John's Church, In lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at io$ a. m. and Tip. m.— Sunday School at 12 in. Evening prayer meeting trkltvy* at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chamber*, Rector, lUiTisT.—\i hurvh near second Ravine bridge.) Servioea Sabbath at 10* a. m. and a, o'clock p. "?*, V*y* meeting on Thursday evening* at ft o'cloek. 8*at* free and all are welcome. ReT. W.B. •Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 m. METHODIST.— (Church, corner Washington av*. aud Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10* S 7 Sunday School at 13 m. Rev. S. Hilton, Pastor. CONUREOATIONAI. CHVRCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union services ^Congregational and Pree byterian) at 1(4 o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12m. Prayer meet iug on Wednesday evenings at the lec ture room of the Presbvterlan...

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 December 1874

^f wfvtom&p or InlBBHkiug frosting for eatcs puddings, a little lemon juice, tartaric acid or cream of tartar ia a very pleasant addition to the taste, besides making the frosting much lighter. In cooking oatmeal, hominy, wheat en grits, cracked wheat, or any of those nice breakfast dishes, cook it in a covered tin dish set in a kettle of boiling water. In this manner there is no danger of scorching. Corn starch pudding, seamoss, farina and all other articles mixed with milk can be cooked in the same way. It roasting poultry, one thickness of writing or nice brown wrapping paper tied round the wings and drum sticks will keep them from being baked to a crisp and spoiled. Bleeding from the nose may be stopped by putting bits of lint in tin nostrils, and by raising the arms ovei the head. Vegetables should never be cooked in iron pots unless the latter are en ameled or otherwise coated internal iy. writes to thi that the wor* A correspondent Scientific American toothache or neuralg...

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 December 1874

Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Ofllce—Cornnr of Wuihln tou A a St. Germain Street. EDITOR AND PBOPMKTOR. S S 1 0 N TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE ABW*C£. An Extra Copv will bo sent omATts toth* nttar up of a dub of Vive Subscriber*. KATKS O A E I S I N 1 2 S 2m 3m 6m 00 1 75 1 Wj 2 00: 4 23 6 00 2 75 S 50 5 W 8 00 11 12 50 9 50 8 W 4 80 8 25 3 281 4 75! 6 25• 10 00 4 78 7 001 9 25! 12 00 6 00 9 00 11 00 14 00 7 SOU 2514 00 25 00 col. Local Notices. 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per liue to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] 25. cents obituary notices, 5 cents per line marriage notices 50 cents. 5. Special place and double column advertisements to be inserted at rates agreed upon. 6. Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly. 7. Strangers must pay in advance, or give satis factory references. O I N I N Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short notice, in the best style, and at St. Paul prices.— Printing dom Jin Ueruian and Norwegi...

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 December 1874

•I ffcttfimA $wmial W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOB. Thursday, Dec. 17,1874. THE State Grange ia in session at Maukato. The attendance is very large. IT is said that a mining party ia now in the Black Hills region, andpostponed, that gold has been found in paying quantities. -m -am. THE defunct Freedmen'a Savings Bank at Washington has only $100, 000 assets with which to meet nearly $6,000,000 of obligations. m* WE regret to learn that Mr. J. L.thefirst,very M. Dashiel, the talented city editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, died sud denly yesterday of diphtheria.- MIXXEAPOLIS people are putting on airs over the Away-Down-Easters because they (the Minneaps.) wen playing croquet in their front door yards December 15th. mt IT is predicted by the wise ones that the Republican Presidential tick et in 1876 will be headed by Elihu B- Washburn and the Democratic ticket by Samuel J. Tilden. THE Republic, the daily paperstart ed in New York some three month ago with a paid-up capital of half million dol...

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 December 1874

I ff L.I S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ABM Extra Copy will bo sent oi up of a club of Five Subscribers. Ani Extr a Cop will seu ORATIS to getter 1 Subscribers A E S O A E I S I N Square. 2 I S I 2 1 •i 8 4 col. 3m 6m 1 00 1 75 a so ass 4 78 COO 7 50 1 60 2 75 3 25 4 75 7 00 9 0 0 11 25 IOOO 14 00 18 00 16 00 22 50 30 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 79 00 125 00 2 00 4 36 6 00 8 50 5 00 8 00 4 50 8 25 11 00 6 25 10 00 12 SO22 9 25112 00(16 50 11 00 14 00 22 50 14 00j3S-O0!80 00 SO m» 37 SO 45 00 75 00 \IW 16 50 20 00140 00,50 00 1. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 374 cent* 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 .specinl agreement to charge the same to another party. l*ayment in all cases to be made in advance or upon delivery of the affida vit. 3. Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents 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. — 24 December 1874

§*L £lonil |(oitri(aL W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, Doc. 24, 1874. A MERRY CHRISTMAS to all. THE next session of the Minnesota Legislature will begin January 6th, 1875. GOVERNOR OSBORNE, of Kansas, says there are twenty thousand desti tute people in that State. m» ay IT is rumored that President Grant will offer Senator Schurz the Russian mission. He will find much difficul ty in obtaining abetter man for it. CHARLES READJH received $1,000 for his Scotch story of "James Lam bert" from the New York Tribune. It only occupied about ten columns of ttita paper. JOHNNY BULL—bless his old soul! —is coming over to our Centennial after all. He has so officially in formed our- government. We scarce ly thought the old" fellow could stay away. BILLS have been introduced into both Houses of Congress to compel land-grant railroads to take out pat ents for the lands granted them by the Government. In this way the lands will become liable to taxation. SENATOR MORTONgave notice Mon day that, imme...

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 December 1874

I O A I 3SIJUWS. THIS 1»APKR IS ON FlUC WITH W AaTvuilssaa O—tveta Also, W^th S. M. PETTENGILI. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make tracts for advertising. con- CHUKC E O EPISCOPAL.—st. John's Church, in Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at 101 a. m. and 7* p. in.— Sunday School at 12 m. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chamber*, Rector. BAPTIST.—(Church ucar second Ravine bridge.) Services every Sabbath at 104 a. m. and 8 O'clock p. "-, Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Seats Iree and all are welcome. Rev.W.E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 m. METHODIST.—(Church, corner Washington ave. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10t a. m. and 7 p. ni. Sunday School at 12 in. Rev. H. S. Hilton, Pastor. CosJOKKOATioxAt CHURCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) at lit o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at...

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 December 1874

HMMHMIH BuunbcciK O HORSK* IX WINTER. We areltequeiilly asked, si#ys the New York Kme», whether it is worth while to blanket horses in winter. If the stables are warm, as they should be, there is no need of blanketing a horse while in his stall. When he first comes in, wetfrom perspiration,or snow or rain, he should be rubbed thoroughly with, straw tijlhe is dry, and if there is not time for this, cover him with a blanket At all Other times a blanket on a horse in his stall is worse than nothing. It makes him tender and more disposed to take cold when he goes out. Blanketing, when a horse has been driven and is hitch ed out-doors, is another thing. Then it is requisite, and heis eitherthought less or cruel who will hitch a horse at a store door after a sharp or slow drive, without coveringhim carefully. Then the cold winds rapidly evap orate the perspiration of an uncov ered horse, and if he does not catch cold he must have unusual vitality. A few practical suggestions as the winter...

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 December 1874

I 7) I 7 n.» li •. I Published Everj Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Ufttoe—Corner of Washington Avenue and St. Germain Street. W 3B. I E E I I EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An Extra Copy will be font QUATis to UM getter up of a club of Fivo Subscribers.' RATES O ADVERTISING I Square. 1 8 :m 1 col. 3iu 1 00 1 70 2 SO 8 25 4 75 6 00 7 30 6 111 1 50 2 75 3 23 4 75 7 00 2 3 4 2 00 4 25 3 50 5.00 4 50 8 25 6 25 10 00,12 50 9 25 12 00 16 30 6 00 8 0QJ4 11 0fll8 10 00 00 00 22 50 30 00 50 00 IS 00 22 50 80 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 125 00 0 00 11 00114 00,22 5037 11 25 14 00|25 00 30 045 0 1100|16 50,20 00|40 00J50 00|75 00 1 1. Legal and Government advertisement*, 75cents Ier square for the first Insertion, and 37J cents per square for each subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as nccountahlo for the cost of the same, uiiiiss there is a special agreement to charge the same to another, party. Vuyment in ...

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 December 1874

^tflaml||atirnaL W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Dec. 31, 1874. HAPPY NEW YEAR. THGRE was & big Kaiiko party in New York on Christmas. THE internal revenue receipts for December are estimated to be $1,000, 000 over the corresponding month of last year. —i SENATOR RAMSEY 'returned home Tuesday, to remain until after the Senatorial election, in which event he has a passing interest. THE act allowing homestead and pre-emption settlers in the districts devastated by grasshoppers to be ab sent from their lands until July, 1876, has received the President's signature. EXPOSURES of the trickery of the spiritualist mediums who have been gulling the credulous in Chicago with wonderful things, are following quite lively on the heels of the showing up of the Katie King fraud. REV. ANTHONY GALE, of Minne apolis, died at Joppa, in Syria, No vember 26th. He was agent of the Baptist Home Missionary Society, and had been many times in St. Cloud, where he was well known and highly respected. 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. — 31 December 1874

ppMi»i»m I.OC.AX. iETEWS. I S A I S O N I I I W I Also, with 8. M. I'KTTENGILL & Co., 37 Park Bow, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to make eon tracts for advertising. O EPISCOPAL.—(St. Johu'a Church, In Lower Town.) Services every Sabbath at lot a. m. and 7J p. m.— Sunday School ut 12 in. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock, Kev. J. T. Chambers, Rector BAPTIST.—{Church near second Ravlno bridge.) Services every Sabbath at lti a. m. and 8 o'clock p. in. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening* at 8 o'clock. Seats free and all are welcome. Ker.W.E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 m. MKTUODIST.— (Church, corner Washington are. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10} a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 13 in. Ber H. S. Hilton, Pastor. CONU&KUATIONAL CHURCH.—(South of Barine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) at lti o'clock «. ui. Sunday School at 12m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evenings at the lec ture room of t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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