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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 April 1875

arrmt^by tht pareatiapparontly during the solemnities of the Lenten season. The staple of the army, ration—and this seems to strike a fatal blow to theory that oleaginous food is neces sary in cold climate* and to furnish a strong argument for the vegetarians —is a black bread, made of equal parts of rye and barley, which is al lowed to become partly sour before baking. A loaf of this, weighing nine pounds and costing three cents per pound, lasts them three days. Be sides this they have cabbage for soup, penUaps. once a week, and cavaaae, a sort of ftnMnted beer, which smells like "emptyings." They probably don't eat meat more than two or three times a year. This explains how Kuasia i» abletokeep up so large a standing army at a comparatively •mall expense. The laboring class eat very little in the morning, but have two hours nooning, when they gorge themselves with black bread. The mujeeks, or lowest class, are very ignorant, and though yery poor have to pay most of the taxes. Pede...

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. — 22 April 1875

J* Published Erery Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA, O«o«—Corner of Washington Arenua aad St. Germain Street. w/3. a^ETrqieiEXjXj, EDITOB AND PR&PMITOK. SUBSCRIPTION TW O DOLLARS P*«Bi« WMKL An Extra Copy wUl be tent oiuVw to the getter up of a club of Fire Subscribers. RATES OF ADVERTISING 8 1 1 00 1 75 »W 329 4 73 600 T«0 1100 Square. 2 3 1 3 3 4 tool. 3m 800 800 1 50 2 75 St 4 73 2 00 360 4 25 500 10 00 14 00 13 00 a 88 113* S SO 18 00 as so 30 00 '38*80 450,8 31, 625 »38 1100 14 00 35 00 80 80 40 00 oo 10 0012 80 30 00 80 00 1. I*gal andIGovernment adTertlaMnenta, IBcaato per wutre for the flnt Insertion, and 37t cento per square for each subsequent Insertion amme to another parly. Payment In all easts to be made in advance or upon delivery of the sfida th\ 3. I ocal Notices, 15 centa per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] 25 eents obituary notices, 5 centa per line marriage nottcea 80 cents. 5. Special ...

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. — 22 April 1875

W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, April 22, YESTERDAY THE business men of St. Paul are discussing, in a no very amiable mood, their city expenses, the item of salar ies alone amounting to $30,000 more than those of Minneapolis. THE St. Paul A Pacific Land De partment records show that 6,000 foreigners and nearly 10,000 Ameri cans settled in the country along the lines of that Company in Minnesota last year. THE public debt of the United States is the third largest of any in the world, France and Eng land having larger debts but at a lower rate of interest. The indebt edness of the world is estimated at 123,760,000,000. By a otalition between the Republi cans and Conservatives in the Louisi ana House of Representatives, Es tellette was elected Speaker over the notorious Wiltz. This speaks well for the spirit in which the compro mise has been received, and further good results may be looked for. By an arrangement between the bondholders and stockholders of the Northern Pacific Railroa...

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. — 22 April 1875

Published Every Tharsdar, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. O O A USnEIWS. THIS PAP1 IS N P1I.K WJTII I W A I Ctatmeta Ma W »*J* Also, with S. M. PETTEKOIIX & Co., 37 Park Bow, New York, and 10 State atmt, Boston, who are authorised to male* con tracts for advertising. CHURCH D1KKCTOKY. ErmcoMu-(St. John-* church, in Lower Town.) Sanrlcwevery Sabbath »t 10* a. m. and 7| p. m.— Sunday School at 12 m. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Be*. J. xTchaiubera, Hector. HASB-IST.—(Church near second Uaviue bridge.) Services every Sabbath at 10* a. as. and 8 o'clock p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Seats free »ud alt are welcome. Rev. W. B. Stauley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 ui. METHODIST.—(Church, corner Washington ave. aud Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10J a. m. and 7| p. ni, Sunday School at 12 m. HOY H. 3. Hilton, Pastor. CoxoHJCOATioSAi, CHUBCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) acio« o'clock a. m. Sunda...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 22 April 1875

£t. f,!tmi! jftrnrnal. ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, April 22, 1875.toria 3* A A I A IIORKKN. Says the editor of the ff erfern Farm Journal, of Des Moines, Iowa: "More heavy farm and road horses are need ed in Iowa, and all things considered, we believe the French Norman will give more general satisfaction than any other class. Central Iowa is very poorly supplied with draft stallions, and in. making arrangements tbr the coming year, we take this mode of calling the attention of those hav ing first class draft stock, to the fact that horse* of this kind are want ed in Central Iowa." "Minnesota Farmer" writes to the Farmer*' Union on this subject as fol lows "Let your Indiana Farmer start with his Normans he need not load any heavier than his neighbors—say from 45 to 50 bushels of wheat, which is enough for any ordinary wagon, and follow him to market and return. The result is, that the heavy horses are not able to repeat it for several days, while his neighbor will make his three ...

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 April 1875

__ .. Fnbltshed Itfff Thuwaay, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OOc«--Corner of Washington Aveaua +**& St. Germain Street. BMTOK ANDrfalOPRIKTOB. 8 8 I I I O N TWO DOLLARS, MMBLE IN ADVANCE. An Estr» Copy will b* sent the getter up of a club of Fire *tb«crll)«T9. KATK8 OT ADVERTISING I Square. I 9 8 I 8m 6m 1 1 00 1 50 It 73 2 75 3 SOl 8 25 IS 26, 4 75 4 7 00 2 00 3 50 450 6 25 4 25 5 00 8 35 10 00 a 8 4 col. 0 0 0 80 0 10 00 MOO 18 00 33 50 19 00 33 90 30 00 80 00 40 00 52 90 1100 12 50 »aswoQa 6 00 9 00111 00 11 14 Ol W W [U00|16 90|30 00 40 0030 14 00 1 1 93 00 i3« •0W4SW 79 00 UmlaiklGoTemmentidTertlteMeaU.TOeeati per ataate for tl»e arst UaeHlon, aud 37* cento par •quart for each subsequent insertion. It Attorneys ordering in legal adTertieemeato we regarded as accountable for the cost of the awe, unless there Is a •pedal agreement to charge the aame to another party. Payment in all caeca to be made in advaiuo or upon delivery ofthe 3. 1 .ocal Notices, 16 cents per line to transien...

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. — 29 April 1875

ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. w. BTMITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, April 29, 1875. STILL dragging along—the Beech- er-Tilton trial. THK fiftieth anniversary of Odd Fellowship was generally celebrated Monday. OMAHA is about one-half under water, the river being eighteen feet above low-water mark. •a am o» A TEMPERANCE Convention is to be held at Minneapolis June 23d, to nominate a straight Temperance ticket. JUDGE Edward Pierrepont, of New York City, has been appointed At torney General in place of G. W Williams resigned. A PROCLAMATION was issued at Ottawa Saturday, the 24th, granting pardon to all persons engaged in theinform northwest rebellion except Riel, Le pine and O'Donoghue. The two for mer are banished for five years. »~^a~«- MONDAY Messrs. Auerbach, Finch A Scheffer, of St. Paul, sureties of Emil Munch, late Treasurer of Min nesota, who was short in his accounts $112,000, surrendered him, and new bonds were made out with Major Becht and Adolph Munch as sure-is ties. YEBTERPAY the Gran...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 April 1875

Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. IJOCAL JTEWa I S PAl'tCti S ON F1XK »VIT1! A 4 W I W Ce«sW»e*s Also, with S. M^ PsmaiOiu. & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to make con tract* for advertising. CHlTrCW D1KKCTOKV. LWSCOPAI—(St John's Church, in Lower Town.) feivloie every Sabbath at 1(H a, ni. I 4 7 p. ». Sunday School at 12 m. Evening prayer N PrWaya at 7 o'clock. Ret. J. T. Chambers, steels? HAi-riar.-(Church neaxsecoud Ravine bridge.) Swipe every Sabbath at lot a. m. and 8 o'clock p. ra. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening* at 8 o'clock. Seats free and all are welcome. Rev.W.K. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 ui. MKTUOOIST.— (Church, corner Washington ate. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 104 a..ni. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 12 m. U. S. Hilton, Paator. COXGKKUATIOXAI. CHVRCH.—(South of Ravine bridge.) Union service* (Congregational and Pres byterian) at 10* o'clock a in. Sunday School at 12 m. Pra...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 April 1875

ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, April 29, 1875. THK BREEDING AND CARE OF HORSES. As our aim is to get a horse for all work, I am certain that this can heseparately accomplished much more successfully by breeding our average mares to blood stallions than by using heavy ones. Nothing can be more import ant than to pay great attention to the kind of stallion we breed from. It is aoi«*rjr as cheap to- keep a good hone as a bad one, but in reality much cheaper, because he is more serviceable so there can. be a ex cuse for not using the best efforts to "get the best possible breed. I is a fact greatly to be deplored that this part of the country seems to be over run with an mongrel breed of stall ions. They are, perhaps more than a third or fourth cross already, and with our cool blooded mares it is utter folly to breed from such. A helf-bred mare should never be put to a half-bred stallion, as in nine cases out often the product degenerates, whereas if we breed from a thorough bred stall...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 May 1875

Published Everj Thursday. AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OBtoe- -Corner of Washington AT*-uut St. Germain Street. w. MirroiiEjrii-i, EDITOR AIO) PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, MMILE IDMMCE. An Extra Copy will be tent OBATIS to the getter up of club of Fire Subscribers. KATES OF ADVERTISING Sqnsre. •i 3 I 2m 3 400 800 1100 It 8m 1 00 1 75 9 50 8S5 3 25 4 75 6 0Q 7 50 1100 1 50 2 75 Notice of death [simple announcement] 25 a obituary notices, 5 cento per line marriage A 8peelal place and double column advertisements to be lustTtedat rates agreed upon. A 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 abort notice, in the beet style, and at St. Paul prices.— rrlnting done in German and Norwegian, aa well aa In English, and warranted to give satisfaction. L. W. COLLINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office on Second Floor of BeWa Block. D. B. SEARLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 May 1875

fcMNi $1. £tomt Journal. ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. W. B. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, May 6, 1875. E total loss by the Oshkosh fire is now estimated at $2,500,000. E public debt was decreased dur ing April $2,325,346 decrease of the past ten months, $11,778,809. E Detroit Free FrtM says Ot aian Dodge is clerking for a Chicago grocery house. COL. I N O arrived in Minneapolis Friday evening to remain several week*. positively declines to be interviewed. MINNEAPOLIS, by a vote of 457 to 517, decided not to issue $12,000 in bonds to erect a new high school building. W I E fooling with a revolver at St. Peter Monday, P. 8. Bartlett shot and killed an employe, Geo. Burken hower. E N CUSTER was in St. Paul Fri day, on his way east. will soon return and start with his expedition for the Black Hills. E warehouse of C. C. Christian A Co., at Minneapolis, broke down Monday, wrecking 6,000 barrels of flour and injuring two men. E steamer St. Luke struck a pier Jof the S Charles bridge, 25 miles from ...

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 May 1875

.. Published E\wrj Tharsday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. I O O A 2TErWS. I S A !.«: -JM FIJ.K WlT'.i W W N A Ceatvsusta wavee. Also, with S. M. PETTKNGILL A Co., 87 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to make con tracts for advertising. I E O EFISCOPAI—(St. John'i Church, In Lower Town.) SerTices every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and 7* p. Sunday School at 12 m. Evening prayer meeting Fridays at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. T. Chambers, Rector. HAITIST.—Church near second Ravine bridge.) Service* every Sabbath at 10t a. m. and 8 o'clock p. «n. Prayer meeting on Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. Seat* free and all are welcome. Bev.W.K. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 13 m. MKTHODIST.— (Church, corner Washington are. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 104 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 12 m. Kev. H. 8. Hilton, Pastor. CONUBKOATIONAL CHUBCH.—{South of Ravine bridge.) Union services (Congregational and Pres byterian) Ui o'clock a. m. Sunday School at 12 m. Pr...

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 May 1875

1 I ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. ~~W.~ B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, May 6, 1875. rtvrujjiA. Nat. Ord.-SWamtctki*. Just fifty years ago, the White Petunia was found by a botanical ex plorer in South America, at the mouth of Rio do la Plata. For sev en years the florists of Europe were delighted with this poor, white flower, when a Purple Petunia was discover ed in Brazil. Since that time, 1830, the improvement of this flower has been constant. About fifteen years since the floral world were surprised by the announcement of a double white Petunia. It was only semi- double, but now we have them well doubled, of all colors, and as large as any one can wish. Seed sown in the spring will produce flowering plants in June that will continue to bloom abundantly until frost, and may be sown in a cold-frame or hot-bed, or in the open ground. Set the plants about eighteen inches apart. They come pretty true from seed, though not reliable in this respect, being in- clined to sport. The Petunia as. at...

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 May 1875

Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 0«»««Corner of Washington A m»& St. Germain Street. EDITO* AMB V&OPJUETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PATMU W MMNCS. An Extra Copy will be sent GRATIS to the fetter up of club of Five Subscriber*. KATES OF Al VEKTISKNG «IW. I 2 3 2m II it 8m s73 «l 6 1 00 I 1 B0 2 75 t«u II a 2 00 8 50 425 500 825 10 oe 600 800 1100 12 80 10 00 14 00 18 00 29 50 15 00 82 50 90 00 55 001 }g col. 600 760 1100 700 900 S3f, |2»00 40 0050 30 00 00 16 SO 38 1. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 osats per square for theflratinsertion, and IT, oca$a par squaretoreach subsequent insertion, p. Attorneys ordering in legal adTertiatsMata an regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, rales) Urtre la a special agreement to ebstg* tne saaie to another party. Payment In all csess to be made In adTance or upon delivery of the attda tit. S. Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of dea...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 May 1875

I •BS j|ji £laml ||attrt|aL ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, May 13, 1875. THE grand jury of the District of Columbia Monday presented a true bill against W. S. King for perjury. THE Spanish Government has paid the balance of the Virginius indemni ty several months in advance of the time specified by the arbitration -*m- ALEX. JOHKSON, TUESDAY C. A. "WATCH(GIL)MAN," in hia last week's railroad effusion in the Press, makes a statement which is, in correctness, about up to the average of those contained in his articles.— He says: "I understand that Delano and the editor of the St. Cloud JOURNAL had a secret aeaaion of tome four days here last week devising ways and means or making it hot for the 8tearns county delega on." The fact is, that while in St. Paul, at the time spoken of, we accidentally met Mr. Delano on Third street, and in the five minutes' conversation which ensued the Stearns county delegation was not once mentioned. At no other time while in St. P...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 May 1875

Published Etert Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. IJOCAJL ISTE-VSTS. I S A I S O N F1LK W I W an Adveitislnc CMtraeta oma be aeaJe Also, with S. M. PtrrxiafoiLL & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorized to make con tracts for advertising. in iv is OF THX ST. PAUL & PACIFIC RAILROAD. 1*75. Summer Time Table. 1875. 9T. PACT. AND ST. CLOUD.—OOINO NORTH. Leave St. Paul Arrive at St. Cloud Leave St. Cloud 9:20 A. M. 2:05 p. M. 2:30 P. M. 3:05 p. M. 4:50 p. M. St. Jo Arrive at Melrose 4:10 8:20 P. xr. GOIX O S O Leave Melrose 9:15 A. M. St. Jo 11:15 A. M. Arrive at St. Cloud 11:35 A. M. Leave St. Cloud 12:05 p. M. 7:20 A. M. Arrive at St. Paul 4:53 p. M. 11:08 A. M. SAUK RAPIDS TRAIN. Leaves Sauk Rapids 7:00 A. M. Arrives at Sauk Rapids 8:30 p. M. (Running time, 10 minutes). J. H. RANDALL, General Ticket Agt. E. Q. SEWALL, Supt. CLUB RATES.— The following are the club rates of THE JOURNAL 5 copies, $1.75 each. 8 1.50 *S-The Circulation or The J...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 May 1875

•mm—mm*m f^t^ouA ||onrt|aL ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, May 13, 1875. O W O A E HOG S PBOFITAUI.K From the Wtrttrn Rural. I know it to be the practice of many good farmers to feed their stock hogs corn during the entire summer, which my experience has led me to know is very unprofitable. I am speaking of general hog raising, not of thoae who are raising a lew fancy pigs and expect to get them off for ex tra stock, as we Western people call it Where a man has hogs that he wants to keep in a thriving condition and feed off on new corn, he certainly does not want to feed them much if any corn during the summer, as myfrom experience has proved to me that the corn young hogs would eat during the summer would build you a hog15. pasture fence, and if your pasture is good your hogs would be in a far better condition for feed ing than if they had all the corn, through the summer, they would eat. You may take a pig that will weigh 125 pounds at the time he is turned on grass and put anothe...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 May 1875

1 -., Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office—Corner of AViishirigton Avenue and St. Germain Street. W. IB. I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SVBSCRIl'TION I TWO DOLLARS. PAYABLE Hi ADVANCE. An Extra Oopv will be sent GRATIS to the getter up of a club of rive Subscribers. RATKS OV A»VKRTISINO Square. I 2 3 2in Siu 6m 1 yr 1 1 00 1 SO a 00 4 25 6 00 10 00, 15 00 •i 75 2 75 8 50 5 001 8 00 14 00! 22 50 S 50 8 26 4 50 8 25111 00)18 00 80 00 4 3 25 4 75 6 25 10 00 12 50:22 50 35 00 COl. 4 75|7 00 9 25 12 00| 16 50130 00 40 00 00 9 00 00 14 00 22 50'37 50 52 50 7 50,11 25 14 00 25 00|30 00145 00 75 00 1 1100116 50120 00140 00.50 00)75 00 125 00 1. Legal and Government advertisements, 75 cents per square for the first Insertion, and 37i cents per square for each subsequent insertion. 1|& Attorneys ordering tn 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 iu all case...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 May 1875

W*. _. $£t £lrotl IJonrtjaL W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, May 20, 1875. THREE persons iu St. Paul owe $75,000 delinquent taxes. THE Duluth iron works were burned Tuesday night. Loss, $25,000. m» THE graduating class at the Mau kato Normal School numbered eleven. ADVICES from Manitoba say that myriads of grasshoppers are hatching out. GEN. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE died at his home in Lexington, Ky., Mon day evening. THE Kentucky Republican State Convention has nominated Gen. John M. Harlan for Governor. A E IRELAND'S resignation as Bishop of Nebraska has been accept ed and he is to remain iu St Paul. O RE newspaper consolidations the Globe and Democrat at St. Louis, and the Minnesotian and Herald at Duluth. THE widow of Abraham Lincoln has been declaim! insane, and is to be sent to the hospital for the insane at Ba tavia, 111. AT Duluth Tuesday evening there were Dickens representations. That iswhat they are playing there most of the time. IT is said that theAme...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 May 1875

I Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. IOC^L ZSTIEWS. «*»Th Circulatio of he a Is O E at of any other a Publish In N Minnesota,. Advertiser this. O SAXK O O E N A dwelling house in lower town, north west of the Normal School. Good barn, well, etc. Will be sold very cheap and on easy terms. Inquire at this office. —See second page for additional local new*. —General term of the District Court June 8th. —A meeting of the Directors of the 8t. Cloud and St. Peter railroad is to he held at St. Peter to-day. —The Rev. W. E. Stanley will preach at the Bauk River bridge schoolhoute next Sabbath afternoon at three o'clock. —Prof. Kaiser started for Canada Monday, sum moned by a telegram announcing the dangerous illness of his mother. —Extra copies of this week's JOURNAL, contain ing a full report of the examination and graduation exercises at the Normal School, may be had at this office. —Mr. R. M. Russell is engaged in a grocery store at Minneapolis. Mr. Frank Levanselaer is m...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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