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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 January 1876

Published Every nnrsdaj, AT ST. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. O O A CHURCH DIRECTORY. BraoorAX.-M-John's Chunk, ta Low**TawaJ Friday! at 7 o'clock. Bev. J. Services every Ss.bb.tli at 10,a. n. and 8 o'clock: nv S-i £*Jr£..,,*S?"B« i»n Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. SMII free and allare welcome. Bev.W.E. Stanley, Pastor. Sunday School at 12 an, MBTHODMT.— (Church, corner Washington ave. H-aHUtonNW^ aJ^ a Duwnro Lonea Ko. 104, O. of G.».—Regular meetings every Tuesday evening at 7 o'elockT a a OF TBS ST. PAUL PACIFIC BAILBOAD. 1»T5. Winter Time Tehle. IB7S. IT. PAUL AST) ST. CLOUD.—GOIHO NOBTH. Leave St. Paul Arrive at St. Cloud Leave St. Cloud Arive at St. Jo W The Circulation of The Journal le DOfjMjt shajkoff uv •ttteor Tmpmr FaMlaat.. shad In NsHhsti WhtaeeaU. IdvnttMn rtbJa. Official Paper of the City. NOTICK. C. F. Cummings, Esq., of Clearwater, is our authorized agent to receive subscrip tions for TH E JouBNALat Clearwater, Lynden and Clear Lake. I MHIHI..I 2STETWS. THIS PAPaCR. IS OKVls....

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 January 1876

jjtfe £tatil |lottrt(al ST. CL0UD,MINNE80TA Thursday Jan. 6, 1876. TREATMENT OP OLD MOUSES. What shall we do with old hones, is a question of some importance to the owners of that valuable animal. After yean of faithful service under the saddle and in the harness, this old friend of man becomes superanu •ted apd no longer able to do effect ive work. What shall we do with him To turn him out to die would be cruel in the extreme to sell him to some animal in the shape of a man, who would overwork him, and half*etarve him, would be worse to keep him up and take good care of nim£would be troublesome and ex pensive, especially to a farmer or other person who is compelled by his occupation to keep ten or twelve horses. Some individuals would be disposed to end his sufferings by poi son or by violence, but this is revolt ing to a person of ordinary sensibili ty therefore, the question comes up, "What shall be done with him?"— Cor. Country Gentleman. HUNGARIAN GRASS FOR COWS. The following ...

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. — 13 January 1876

lotw Mm. PaftHsfeed aWery xneurs*.y£ AT S & CLWJlfe I N N ii O aaaa-Coraar of Waajttawfte* Aummrnm mm* TWO iMjjms. m«iu 1W MWIKL club of Fit KATB8 OV ADVBKxialHO I 3 W I 1 00 1 7.1 a.w 325 4 7ff 6 00 780 1100 a 1 SO »75 S29 4 75 700 900 1120 10 50 »r* 200 SAO 490 639 926 11 0014 14 00 *»00 4 15 500 825 00 128 500 not i»as MOO NO* 10 00 12 00 00 20 00 40 00 ss 22 50 5 80 I7s $ $ 52 50 1. Legal and Government advertisements, 7»CS**» per square for the Unit insertion, wd M«W|«i squar* for each subsequent Insertion. •I. Attorney* ordering In legal adverUaasoanta ara regarded at aiwuntable for tM coot Sf tas aUas, auleas there is a special agreement to charge the same to another psny. rayment in all cafes to be made in advance or upon delivery of taa aendn ttt. 9. local Notices, 16 cents per Una to, transient* and 10 cents per line to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement aents obituary notices, 5 centa per line noticea 50 cents. 6. Special placeand double colu...

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. — 13 January 1876

saSa I ppp*tw j|onri|al ST. CLOTJD.MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday Jan. 13, 1876. WHEAT at New York yesterday was •1.2401.26 for No. 2 at Milwaukee $1.10 for No. 1 at St Paul, 85c for No. 1 at St. Cloud to-day 92c for No, 1. Ex-GoT«a»om AuwiHhaebetBap poinud aad nnsjnmsd as TkirdAudi tor of the Treasury. AT Jactsonyflle, TJL, Saturday the mercury fell 50* in twelve hours. Healthy! GOT. Cojrson, of Main*, WWWMnds that Mrtss to authorla«l to poM aentene. upon criminal* la which, he says, has heeo successful la capital Mi Ca&bnla. But not in Minnesota. THE Democrats of Mississippi have nominated, Congressman Lamar for United States Senator. —^-^»-a» THSRK was so heavy a mil ofsnow in some parts of Spain last week as to impede military operations. ,' .' EVERY member of the Legislature of Utah, which convened Tuesday, with one exception, it an advocate of the right of polygamy. MB. BLAINE is entitled to the thanks of all loyal men for the posi tion he has taken and the eloq...

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 January 1876

HOB Published. Every 1 aurselay, AT ST. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. I O A I 1TETWS. he lMvisslon.. OK THE ST. PAUL PACIFIC RAILROAD. t«». Winter Tim* Table. N IT. VAUI. ST. CLOUD.—GOIKO KOJtTH. Leave St. Paul 7:40A. X. Arrive at St. Cloud 1:00 r. X. 1:26 P.M. *00 140 3:08 8:36 9 3:66 Leave St. Cloud Ariveat8t.Jo Avon Albany Oak Melrose GOING sotnm. 8:40 A.M Leave Melrose Arrive at Oak Albany M6 9:30 lOKtt 10:46 11:00 11:30 5:00 ». K. Avon St. Jo St Cloud Leave St Cloud Arrive at St. Paul BACK RAPIDS TftATJT. Leaves Sank Rapids 1046 A. M. Arrive* at Sauk Rapid* 1:40 T. M. (Running time, 10 minutes). J. H. RANDALL, General Ticket Act E.Q.SEWALL,Supt. S A ..Th postage 6a pa, the office of publication. All subscribers to E JOURWAX living outside of Steams county should remember to remit IS cento with their subscription for one year, or 10 cents for six months, to pay the postage. •f I to ISM— 1 Is DOVHUC that of any other Payer rahUsh shed la Warthom Mbuaesota. Advertise** should reaaesaher this....

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 January 1876

frtffU & i) ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA 1876. Thursday Jan. 18, Bsssssssassma ssssBssmsBimssSfsam Cteifteinarf from /iret pay*. •peak as high, tad threaten as fierce- "Men! Uk« advice, he is a distill guished man atcourt" "If it were a lung himself lie should go with us. He is a/ aospic ions character, mod we must do our a A •••:•-•,•-,-.,•, WaiJati*coahsMabc«t^ Mace went on, a carriage with eight horses, riage, as it was passing With these words the Duke strode back to his carriage, and once more urging them not to let the villains escape, gave orders to drive on. J^KJ-.Wvi H'QfjOi Philip was distracted with fear. His knees shook so that he could hardly walk He was led into a splendid chamber. The .old king was sitting at a table, and laughing long and loud near him stood Prince Julian, without a mask. Besides these there was nobody in the roam. The king looked at Philip with a good-humored expression, f^'j "Tell me all—without missing a syllable—that you have' done to night." and out...

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 January 1876

... •V' ^w Mi .fl 1 Published Every inursuay, AT ST. CLOTD. MINNESOTA. SVBSOBimOMt TWO MUJKL WWW WTWW» A Extra Copy wtU.be OBATM to Ifce. fette* of a club o/l )p win w« I Subeerlbere. KATKS O AD' Square. 1 S 8 col. O PBINTOrCr,. Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on abort notion,toUMbeet style, and at St.Paul price*. Printing done in German and Nonrejian, a. well a* In English, and warranted to give satisfaction. L. W. COLLINS, ATTORNEY A ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA* Office on Second floor of BeW$ Block. D. B. SEARLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office in EdelbrocVt Block. ... H. M. ATKINS, JL O N E AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ST. CLOUD MINN. Office Btttt Block, over Butseir $ Store. EDWIN M. WRIGHT, ATTORNEY AT LAW FERGUS FALLS, MINN. DR. W I PRCESCH, PHYSICIAN, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. WHEELOCK & COLLINS, *st»wwir rwr^ -H?e*.wta W A S*d St. Genual* Street. •nmnt AHDPBOFttKTOB, v. Mi- 9 I Iff 200 3 50 480 629 929 1100 14 00 20 00 3 180 179 S2S 4 73 7 00 9 00 11 100 179 290 29 4 78 ...

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 January 1876

..... ... fyt $ lottil |f annpL ST. CLOUD.MINNESOTA W.B. MITCHELL, EDITOR ThursdayJ^aoTvw*^ Ex-Gov Atrarnt thenewly appoint ed third Auditor of the treasury, took the oath of office, and ottered upon the duties of the office on Saturday last TBK Pension bill was Friday pas* ted by the House, Thetotalappro-made priation for pension*, fees, etc., is #29, 535,500,—about 1600,000 leas than was voted last year. "THERC aj» too many active and powerful candiates working fora nom ination to the Presidency," says the New York Times, "to admit of the possibility of a Third Term.'" THE Methodist newspaper thinks it is time the American people should stop taking the jocose view of steal ing which has become common since the War. And the Methodist is right Mas. GAINES arrived in Washing ton City last week, after an absenceappointments of two years, to attend to a suit pend ing in the Supreme Court, affecting the probate of a will in Ifew Orleans. She says she has been engaged in liti gation conc...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 January 1876

1 I O O A I 2T.HJW S FAFBK 1 8 ON FU.K »VJ» MsraosisT.— (Church, corner Washington ave. and Chapel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10) a. m. and 7t p. m. Sunday School at 13 at. Bar. H. S. Hilton. Pastor. PanuYTKBiAN CHUBC-H.—(Richmond aveaae) Services every Sabbath at 10U o'clock A. at ana 7.43 p. n. Sabbath School at 12 at. Prayer meeting Wednesday etenjngat 7:«, Seats ftea. Special In viistiou extended to strangers. CosoaaoATioiiAt. Cavncav-South of Ravine hrkln.) Union services at 10» o'clock a. m. Sunday SehoolatlSm. PrayermeetingonWednesday even ing at 7» o'clock. Rev. Q. B, Milton, Pastor residence with Mr. Bridgmanin lower town.— Special attention paid to strangers and temporary worshipers. r— CATHOLIC— (Church of Immaculate Conception, St. Germain Street.) Pastor Rev. Benedict Halndl, O. S. B. Assistant, Bev. Alphonso Kulals, O. a B. Services, week days at 8 a. m.: Sundays, First Maes, 7ta.m. High Mass and sermon at 10 a. m. Ves pen at 2 p. m. Csthechetlcal Instruction a...

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. — 20 January 1876

'PI _-. ST. CL0UP,MINNE80TA Thursday J*n. SO, 137*. RHTOOCKROS ASD SfiMtHT FIGHT. Writing of UBV Frln«»9f '$$*' reception at Banna, Ilia corra^ond eat of the London.W& Wegraph MTt The ekiaf l|a||iiaj:iC-tfci[ entar- Capt. Burton has elaborated in his recent wonderful treatise on sword play, with all its deadly mysteries of moulinet and the like. These cun ning behemoths fence and foin to get the advantage of the telling thrust under the jaw with their horn, and over and over again they will close, and press, and butt one an other backward and forward in clouds of dust, snortingand grunting andchamp ing foam, while the attendants refresh them with copious chatters of water,, neither obtaining the fatal opportuni ty. By-aud-by one of the two com batants grows weary, allowing his monstrousjowls to be thrust sideways or upward and immediately with marvelous celerity the successful beast drives his armed snout under the jaw of his adversary, producing a wound which is acknowledged wi...

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 January 1876

r- I PIT I ,.0 Wt 4 I Published Eveiy Tspf«|ay, AT pT. CLOUD, MIWSOTA. »r of Waahlngtoai Aw« Ht. Ocrmaln Straw*. EDITOB AHD PHOPBIEIOB. TWO DOLLARS. PJIMMI AMUR. An Ixtra Copy will be aentCMUTl* Miter club of F* five Subscriber*.—"—'--a KATE S O A1VKRT1MNG 100 175 2 50 25 4 75 6 00 7 80 1100 150 2 75 32 0 4 75 70 0 9 00 11 25 col. 4 50 8 28 11 00 N SSSftMBI 11 00 14 00 22 80 87 50 14 00 3ft 00 80 00 45,ft Legal 120 oo 40 »(w'o»|wioj mm Governmentlegal,adveruwaieiits »it. iz 3. Ideal Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular advertiser*, 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] 25 •ants obituary notices, 5 cents per line .marriage notices 50 cents. I. VVK.V. ». Special placeand doablecolumn advertisements be Inserted at rates agreed upon. Yearly advertisers to pay quarterly. 7. Strangers must pay in advance, or give eette fcctory refer O I N I N O Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short Bc4me,h»(tB7b«arstyle, and at.St.Paulprksse. Printlng do...

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. — 27 January 1876

1 j^t^bnd j||0nn|xL 8T. CLOUD,MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday Jan. 27, 1876. WHEAT at Now York yesterday WM (1.32 for No. 1 at Milwaukee, 11.071 a» St Paul, 11.00 at St Clood, 93 cents. Taa Senate yesterday, by a rote of 24 to 15, resolved to repeal the Ine briate Asylum law. TBS Senate on Thursday reeolted to limit the Centennial appropriation to 910,000. About one-third enough. 4S MnrxssoTA will bo entitled to ten delegates in the National Convention, These ought to beten votesforBlaine. LAST Friday was a kind of general clearing-out day. Twenty-eight mur derers were hanged in different parte of the oountry. a SENATOR WINDOM presented Mon- day a large number of petitions ask ing an appropriation for the Fox and Wisconsin rivers improvement THE National House of Represen tatives passed Tuesday, by a vote of 146 to 130, the Misappropriating one and a half million dollars to the Cen tennial. Senate has confirmed thenom- ination of A. R. McGill as Insurance Commissioner and ...

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 January 1876

\-m £tfl«ul I »l Published Erery Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. I^OC-A-Xl S E W S I S PAPKU IM O 4 !••.!» Abo, with S. M. A Co., 73 Park Bow, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to make con tracts for advertising. DXHKCTOMT. llS0OFAl--St. JokB-B Chare*, a LOWStTwWn.) Services every Sabbath at Mi a. a*, sad 7aft,St.— Sunday School at 1} m. Kvealo* I a a rrkUy..t7o'eloct. J. TTChaaXsrs, mSSf. BAPTIST.—(Chorea near second Ravin* bridge.) Services every Sabbath at 10* a. m. and 8 o'eloc? p. •"•, ?"*yJr «s*eUng a Thursday evenings at S o'clock. SemU frw and all are welcome. Bar. W.B. ntsnley, Pastor. Sunday School st W m. MimioDlST.— (Church, eorner Washington ave. •nd Chanel street.) Services every Sabbath at 10* a,a. and 7* p. m. Sunday School at 12 m. Her. H.a. HUtonrPastorT^ PaauTTBMAif CHUBCH.—(BJcbmond avenue' every Sabbath at 1M, o" 7j4» *.M. Sabbath School at 1$ u. OP TH S ST. PAUL PACIFIC RAILBOAD. l»7». Winter 1taae T»*le. UM i*. PAUL ABO ST. CXOTJO.—o...

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 January 1876

?$tf. $Umi Yorker. Journal MINNESOTA. Ao experienced fart**, With whoa we recently cwfrrt*-aid lie always bad good luck with figs, and a visit to hi* sties «raflrtrietf his assertion. Some notes on his **aagment can kpig9 should «. |f'is a good one, but liable, nevertheless to mis* lead. It is not best to stuff pigs s# full as they will hold, and Sspdciaty thosejust weaned. The aucktatypi gets his rations often ssid-in mod erate quantities of food the simplest and most easily digested. The sow's milk is full of flesh and bone-forming material, and promotes a steady uni form growth, building up a frame without too great accumulat ing fat Weaning time is naturally and justly regarded as a critical pe riod, and here is where farmers are apt to err in -high feeding with rich and concentrated food. Cow's milk is excellent, and if most of the cream has been skimmed off it probably comes nearer the pig's natural food at this tender age than any" other. But milk is regarded as not rich 'and...

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 February 1876

I ,..'' A 1 00 1 79 200 3 25 4 75 00 7 80 1100 l?r*7':*!^P':»".T~"r^^* cu»* £t. slums' ^onn^l Published Every ieart4ay, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. •Corn** of Washington A* St. Garnaln 8tr«»«. 1 50 S75 325 4 75 7 00 •MJM EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. suBSCaurnoirt "rsrsrs^r. TWO OOLURS. PATMLC UVMCE. An Extra Copy wlllba tent aaaHStotba gattaw rf1va Subscribers, of club KATES OV AJDVERTI8WOI Square. I 3w 2 8m «m 1 7» 200 380 480 625 925 S S 4 425 BOO 8 25 11 00 WOO MM col. 00 10W tt 14 W S S W 8 00 8 W W 40 00 W W O I N I N Of ell kinds, plain or colored, executed en short notice, Uf the best Style, and at St. Paul ***•*.— Printing done in German and Norwegian, as well as in English, and warranted to give satisfaction. L. W.COLLINS ATTORNEY AT LAW,^KN, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA." OJIee on Second Floor of BtWt Block. D. B. SEABXE, ATTORNEY AT LA.W, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office in Eddbrodtt Block H. M. ATKINS, A O N 'jffl" AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Of* Bcfft Block, ever BmmM» Slor*. DR. WM. ...

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 February 1876

m*~ j^M.^loui! ^anrnal ST. CLOUD,MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, Feb. 3, 1876. W E A at New York yesterday $1.80@1.37 for No. 1 Milwau kee, $1.07* S Paul, 11.00 St. Cloud, 91 cents. E public debt was reduced fl, 699,155 during January. E Union Pacific railroad is completely blockaded by heavy snow drifts. Democracy propose, in their revenue bill, to restore the duty upon tea and coffee. W BICKEL, of St. Peter, has been appointed by the President Col lector of Internal Revenue to suc ceed Irving Todd, of the 2d District of Minnesota. E Russian opinion of the Amer ican-Cuban note is said to be that Spain and the United States are alone concerned, and Europe will have nothing to say in the matter. MINNESOTA may well feel a thrill of pride. A Lake City pointer dog, owned by S. B. Dilley, took the prise at Chicago last week as the best west ern dog the show. The prize was a 1300 cop. em E Democratic National House of Representatives yesterday, by a Tote of 144 to 106, defeated...

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 February 1876

1 1 1 1 1 iff. Pabllsnni Irery Tnnndny, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. LOOAT. ISTEWS. The Division. or TH* ST. PAUL PACIFIC RAILROAD. ^_ IfttA. Wlnt«r Tlaae ToMe. MM. W. »A\TL AMP ST. CMH7D.—«OWO KOBTH. Leave St. Paul 7:40 A.M. Arrive at St. Cloud 1:00 F. M. Leave St. Cloud 1:26 ».*. AriveatSt.J© *00 4 Avon 2:40 Albany 3:08 Oak 3:35 Melros 3:6 6 OOINO SOUTH. Leave Maltose 8:40 A. M. Arrive at Oak WK Albany 9:30 Avon 10:03 St. Jo 10:46 St. Cloud 11:00 Leave St. Cloud 11:30 Arrirc at St. Paul 6:00 r. M. BACK RAPIDS TRAIN. Leaves Sauk Rapids 10:45 A. M. Arrives at Sauk Rapid* 1:40 v. *. (Running time. 10 minute). J. H. RANDALL, General Ticket Aft E.Q.SEWALL.Supt Circulatio off he a a a O at off aaqr a a a Xmrtfcwra a O a A a a a is Official Paper of the City. —Leap-year coasting parties are quite popular among the young folks. —We have received from Mr. F. H.Auditor Dam a package of Santa Barbara, CaL, pa pers of lata date. —We noticed a number of boys Satur day baring a good time playing ma...

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 February 1876

ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, February 3,1876. STOCK IX WINTER. A writer in the National Live Stock Journal remarks:—Whatever our differences of opinion in regard to the advantage* of close and nearly air-tight quarters for stock, there is among intelligent and practical men, no diflia^#'te&ajp*U economy of providing proper shelterfromstorms. As lumber is now very cheap, this may be done at very trifling expense by using pine boards for roofing, and by setting poeta in the ground and boarding up the sides. Very com fortable Btables and sheep-houses may be constructed of plank. It would seem as if this cheap and convenient shelter was within the reach of all, as the expense would be saved in feed this winter. There is, we think, very little economy in allowing cat tle to run loose in open sheds. We waste too much room. If cattle are kept indoors they should be tied up. We use double stalls, about seven feet wide, with manger large enough UTH to feed shock corn, hay, etc., (say ...

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 February 1876

s*r* «wfqi!ffi '«s")u',*r Published I a AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA •••••Corner of Washington A I suad 8 ii EDITOR AND PROPRIETOa. suBScwrnojf» TW O DOLUMS. PAYABL E KATKS OF AJDVXBMMNO Squar*. 1 W| W 1 jl 00 1 50 It TO 3 75 3 2 50 3 25 3W 200 380 430 6 29 929 11 0014 14 00 O I N a O Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short notl^totspSTaVxlab Mm^^^S^fES^ hinting done In German and Norwegian, as wallas) in fingUah, and warranted to give satisfaction. L. W. COIalalNS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA.' Office on Second Floor of SeWt Block. D. B. SEABLE, ATTORxNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office in Edelbrodtt Block H. M. ATKINS, A. O N E \ND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Oft* in BtWt Block, over Butted'Store, DR. WM. FRCBSGH, PHYSICIAN, ST. CLOUD, i-U MINNB90TiL'3 E. K. JAQUES, SURGEON DENTlQTf WEST8 BLOCK. ST. CLOUD MINNESOTA. Tom Coopnn. P. Hracnitwoon Cooper & Hinchilwood, REM- ESTATE AGENTS. O&ce on WtabinwtoiJ Avenua, twp IDqan: ST. CLOUD, MINN. JL F. ROBERT...

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 February 1876

lonil iJonrtial ST. CLOUD.MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, Feb. 10,1876. WHEAT at New York yesterday was tl.33@1.40 for No. 1 at Milwaukee, $1.10 at St. Paul, $1.00 at St. Cloud, 92 cento. THE trial of Gen. Babcock began at St Louis Tuesday. OVER one-half the newspapers in Kansas have declared for Blaine. s»^»o THE Centennial bill was killed Friday by the niggardly Minnesota House of Representatives THE House yesterday squelched the bill repealing the Inebriate Asylum law. THE National House of Represen tatives bave voted to repeal the bank rupt law. THE Minnesota House Friday vot ed 78 to 28 to allow women to vote on school matters. THE recent storm in Nebraska is stated have been unparalleled in severity and extent. A MAJORITY of the Democrats in the Minnesota Legislature favor the nomination of Hendricks for Presi dent. GEN. CROOK informs an Omaha re porter that he has not the slightest idea of chasing the miners out of the Black Hills in the spring. am A a meeting of t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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