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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 16 March 1876

Published Every Thursday, A ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. I O O A O liTBJWfiL Pint ii ww* Alto, with S. If. PBTTKMQIU. A CO., 78 Park Row, New York, and 10 State stnet, Boeton, who are authoriatd to make tracts for advertising. mar A Several hundred pouade of old type, •uu •hle for babbit metal, can bo purchased at this office. A Thepoetage on pa O I a be paid at the office of publication. All subscribers to THK JOURKAE living outaide of Stearns county should remember to remit IS cents with their subscription lot OM fear, or 10 cents for six months, to pay the postage. a Clrcalatto a at Tatm a a is O E at of a a is In Norther a a Advartlsar is Official Paper of the City. XOTICK C. F. Gumming*, Esq., of Clearwater, is our authorised agent to receive subscrip tions for THE JOURNAL at Clearwater, Lynden and Clear Lake. O W A Wanted, at this office, a boy, from 16 to 18 yean of age, to learn the printing bnsi ness—one who who means business, has become thoroughly 'rested,' does not expect us to...

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. — 16 March 1876

ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, March 16,1876. Continued from tirrt page. fellows defied family traditions for the sake of dancing with the fair Chatelaine of the Court ami wheu they did so they found her so perfect ly unaffected aud ladylike, her con versation so bright and pleasant, and her dancing a thing to look back to with fond regret when you were pant ing under the burden of a partner who teemed to thinlsehe, should be carried—they fgpnd her, in short, so charming,, that th^re-va* on various occasions a chance of serious mutiny in the opposition Tanks. (CONTINUED NEXT WEEK.) i.'.. HINTS ABOUT WORK. Cleaning up.—This is an import ant job, and can be done' during rainy days. Clean out the potato bins, select seed potatoes, thoroughly clean and whitewash the cellar, put the dairy into good condition, sweep the granary every cobweb and hid ing place for weevils and grain moths to deposit their eggs in should be ex plored and filled with whitewash the feed rooms and mixing trough...

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. — 23 March 1876

$U*paai Published Every Tnursaaj) AT ST. CLOUD, JkHXttESOTA. •(••••Corner of Wttahtngton Awnu« Mid St. Germain Street. W 3B MITCHELL, EDITOR AND PROPWETOB. SUBSCRimOMi TWO DOLLARS, UE W MMfMKC. An Extra COPT will be sent eaATiatbthe getter of a club of Vive Subscriber*. RATES OP ADTXRI1MMO ij Square. 1 3w 1 0* 1 7» wr*** in 9 a Cm f.l'yr 1 SO 2 75 3 23 200 I N 3 4 75 6 00 790 1100 sao 400 as 9 25 11 00 14 00 4 75 700 900 OOHttSO 8 11 00 18 I W W 13 50 •cSftOO 00 nno WW S 00 ii as'OOOOjeO MOO 80 ... 6 SO _. Lca^l and1Itovernment advertisements, TOenta per square for tbe Ant Inaertlen, ana 8ti cceto per tquai* for each subsequent Insertion. yj :. Attorneys ordering la legal advertlaaaMKI* are regarded aa accountable for the cost of the same, ideas there is a special agreement to charge the •awe to another party. Payment In all cases to os wade In advance or upon dWirery or tan affida vit. 3. focal Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular advertisers. ,...

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. — 23 March 1876

^t £lmtil |fonrtjal S O I N N E S O A ^_ W. B. I E EDITOR Thursday, March 23/1876. E it States Senate has vot- ed to reduce the President's salary one-half. W Congressmen now go ahead and vote to reduce their own salaries in the same way E Massachusetts Senate has adopted, by a vote of 1 8 to 10 an amendment to the State constitution conferring on women the right of suff- rage. •m E Cincinnati Enquirer predicts that the Republicans will carry Con- necticut aa they have carried N Hampshire, Th Enquire displays rare wisdom for a Democrati news- paper. S S W I S S E IS a "man." Sh a W need Blain just where he is, and thank lor but we need to in the white house. I we want to get up a breeze which will purify the foul places which now reek under govern- ment patronage, I know no hotter way than to nominate and elect Bristow, who, as a boy never did a .mean thine." I is said that the Senate Commit- tee on Foreign Relations have report- ed adversely on the nomination of Richar a Jr. as Min...

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. — 23 March 1876

$f. £lond Journal Published Every Tuarsday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. T.OOAT. 2ST2JWS. Tint FAME* on wax in Wli Adrssttsfrg Alto, with S. M. A Co., 73 Park Row, New York, mad 10 State street, Boston, who mr« authorised to soak* QOB tracti for advertising. TO mix mat AXD axwtm*. Several hundred tf old type, rait thleforbtbhit toesjd, an be pnrchaaed aft this office. A Thepostag* on pa- 1 W a I I W be paid at the office of publication. All subscribers to THE JOURNAL living outside of Stearns county should remember to remit 15 cents with their subscription for one yew, or 10 eents for six months, to pay the postage. 4 he Circulatio of he a I DOUMUE at aajr a a •h«4l In N in so a A is O.L omciai raper of the City. NOTICK C. F. Cummings, Esq., of Clearwater, is oor authorized agent to receive subscrip tions for S JocaNALat Clearwater, Lyndco and Clear Lake. HO W A Wanted, at this office, a boy, from Id to 18 years of age, to learn the printing busi ness—one who who means business, baa bec...

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. — 23 March 1876

,.,l) II..HHHWB'. I $14lond |onh|al ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday,March23,1876. CAUSE AND CUBE OF 110© CHOL ERA. Probably the direct losses of Amer ican farmers have been greater in hogs the past two or three years than in any other kind of stock or in any farm crop. A correspondent of tho Cincinati Oautte discourses 6» the origin of hog diateropwe generally, aad gives a remedy which he has found effect! re: Among some of the causes which produce cholera may be mentioned extreme and sudden changes' long, hot and dry weather, as in tyr$b#r? id inlhes, some 1874 long, dry and cold, as in' the S S winter of 1874 and 1875, followed by the unpecedented rains which fell du ring the summer Of 1875. These rains caused an extremely rapid growth of grass making it "washy," innutritious, and defective in quali ties calculated to excite the secretious and producing Miliary derangements and congestion in an already over taxed liver that had suffered from an unparalleled long, cold winter, forc ...

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. — 30 March 1876

Published ETfry inarsslay, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. a W a wad St. Germain Strswt. SVB8CRIPTIOM mrimsm"IWWKwwwcnv afnwillSubacribera. AB Extra Copy be sent oaAtistothe gattsr •f a club Firs A E S O A O W O Square. 2 Sw 2m 1 S S 4 100 1 78 S a 1 jr so! a oo 428 SO* 83S 10 00 a so 00 10 00|' 18 00 3 75I so 3 38 4 80 4 75! as 7 00 9 38 0 00ill 00 11 25 14 60 col. 12 80 as SB S8 00 sssstes-as 4 75 6 00 7 SO as oo 49 00 U0016 50,*) 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 fWiMMrIL" 1. Legal and Govrruratut aaTvrUaemcota, TOcsnts,ft |#r square for the first insertion, and 87| «. nts, ftt pilars for each subaetiiient Inasrtioa. A .'. Attorneys ordering In legal adTcrtiseuienta ara-L regarded aa accountable for the coat toe fame, 3 T* unUss there is a special agreement to «h*tg**hc •sine to another party. Payment In all cases to be mad* In advaneje or upon delivery of the 1 local Kotleta. IS Mats per Una to transient, and 10 tents par line to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] SSLf ee...

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. — 30 March 1876

£lmt.l |fmirtjaL ST.CLOUD.MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, March 30,1876. WHEAT at New York yesterday was fl.84@ 1.38 for No. 1 at Mil waukee, |1.13@1.19J at Minneapo lis, •1.00@1.08. THE Senate refuses to concur in the House's reduction of salaries of the diplomatic corps. Sensible. THE Special Committee of the As sociation of Congregational Ministers will recommend taking no action on the Beecher scandal at present. As A result of the consultation at tending Gen. Sherman's visit to Washington, he will probably return shortly with Army Headquarters at the Capitol. ^s THE Republicans of Rhode Island held their State convention Thursday and renominated the present officers, headed by Henry L. Eppitt for Gov ernor. THE women of Rochester have met in caucus and nominated Mrs. San-pense ford Niles for school director, and Mrs. Gen. Van Cleve is proposed as a candidate for school director in East Minneapolis. saw SENATOR CONKLING, of New York,' received an endorsement for the 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. — 30 March 1876

'"^"T'.'.-^'"' iiy—pwr— Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. I O O A JSTEr^TS- TRII FAPKB IS OK 11XB WITS Alao, with 8. M. PrrrxjtGiLL A Co., 73 Park Row, New York, and 10 State street, Boston, who are authorised to mikt tracts for advertising. TO MKK' A O Several hundred Bounds of old type, suit attle for babbit metal, can be purchased at this office. A The postage ou pa- I O I mUBt be paid at the office of publication. All subscribers to THE JOURNAL living outside of Stearns county should remember to remit 15 cents with their subscription for one year, or 10 cento for six months, to pay the postage. CTThe Circulation off The Journal la OOUBIX that of any other Paper PubUafe •Ued a Northern Minnesota. Advertisers shoal* remember this. Official Paper of the City. NOTICK C. F. Cammings, Esq., of Clearwater, is our authorised agent to receive subscrip tions for THE JOURNAL at Clearwater, Lynden and Clear Lake. —The Her. Thos. D. Butler will "occupy the pulpit of the Pres...

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. — 30 March 1876

jft. Ionil jjonrnai. ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, March 30,1876. tmmmm^tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmtmmmmm Continued from first paye. Gaveston Dr. Vincent must kuow something of ber feelings, and, with out any vanity, he could see that his presence was not distasteful to Ade line. Should ho ask her? Should the old feud die out to the gonad of marriage bells—a Marsdeu give back what a Marsden had won, andaway once more a Gaveston reign at Gaves ton Court The notion was a very tempting one, and Philip Gareston's heart thrilled as he thought of the depths of Adeline's gray eyes, and of the happiness that might be his in theKM future if she who had saved his life accepted him. He was lying on a couch near the terrace window, which commanded a view of the sea. Even as these thoughts passed through his brain he could see Adeline approach ing on the terrace. She came in through the window, and sow at a glance that Dr. Vincent had told him all, and a blush mounted to herit cheeks under his s...

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. — 6 April 1876

...JIIIA.JI.M- I .J I KDITOR ANt» PROnUETDB. svBscmirtiowi TW O DOLUM, MfUU HBMtt Ait Extra Copy wttlbe esiATiatwtfce »f club of FITS Subscriber*. RATES O ADVKBTKMHa I Square. S 3 1 00 1 77o ISO 3 70 sa78 4 7fst 700 a oon 23 14 0* is so|ao ooas 2 00 as8o 4880 a s9 a as 4 75 6 00 7 SO 1100 a 3 S 0 0 W 8 W N aso 3 a 4 0 8 as 18 as 473 as toMi col. O I N I N Of al kinda. plain or,colored, BATS CAPS. Jaw, JMKitsrv Oaodt, At. 'v. "Tiltl»TJ« !g???B?!W^^ a 4 1 W mm* iooiw2oo4a»owio 9 www oo f: •0 40 W W 43 00 75 W IS OB 130 W 40 00 for each ..ib^s*»tlaee»tt«», 4. Mf»MlUMrsta ual«aso a special agnraMBtM chaise Uw it Motkt? party. Payment in all cases to bt mad* in adtaace or upon delivery of tae aSJea. tit,' s. local Votleas. 18 cents psr Una to transient, and 10 cents per line to iretfiUr adterUsers. «. Notice of death seats obttaary notice*,! aollfas Cents. ft. t»—•Iplmmil lintilirilTiTiiii lr ii bo Uuerud at rates agreed opon. 0, Yearly advertisers to pay quarteriy. 7. MMBMnmuat pay In a...

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. — 6 April 1876

£t. Jlottil JfonrtpL 8T.CLOUD.MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, April 6, 1876. THE public debt was reduced $4, 240,866 during March. .-.. BOWES has resigned bis office as Trustee of the American Congrega tional Union. IT is stated that 14 of the 16 dele gates Mississippi sends to Cincinuati are for Morton. TiLTOKwill lecture in St. Paul nest Wednesday. Belknap declines to follow. Tax Senate Monday refused to re consider the bill reducing the Pres ident's salary to $25,000. DR AMES, Democrat, is eletced Mayor of Minneapolis by 337 ma jority over Major Bracket*. MS I is rumoredthat the great Sheffield manufacturing house at Liverpool is to be removed to the United States. Let it come. THE last citadel of honesty and virtue has been taken. A number of Aldermen at St. Louis have been indicted for bribery and perjury. THE Senate Tuesday rejected the nomination of Richard H. Dana, Jr., to be minister to England. The vote stood about 17 to 36. IK the first of the crooked whisky tr...

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 April 1876

Published Every Thursday, AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. T..OC-A.L ISTIEJWS. I I A E I S O N 11IJ W I S Wh—» AAwmtUlttg Cmmtntm mm Also, with S. M. PrmutQiLX & Co., 73 Park Row, N«w York, and 10 Stat* street, Boston, who an authorised to make COB tracts for advertising. TO SUM. MKM AJfD OTHKK8. Several hundred pounda of old typo, suit able for babbit metal, can bo purchased at this office. ™"*"*™"per8 must be paid at the office of publication. All subscriber* to TUB JOURNAL living outside of Stearns eounty- should remember to remit 15 cents with their subscription for one Tear, or 10 cents for six months, to pay the postage. JtsVTk* Ctrealmtlon of a O E that of a a a a N a a A is a a Official Paper of the City. N O I E in Esq. ot Clearwater, in our authorixed agent to receive subscrip tions for THE JOURNAL at Clearwater, Lynden and Clear Lake. —The Mankato Normal School this year graduated a class of 9 the St. Cloud School, 17. ., —The last meeting of the Shakespearian club (for the p...

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 April 1876

fr £t. lonil journal 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. a A 6 1 8 7 6 EFFECTS OF VARIOUS FOODS. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman, (B. F. J.) says An ex perienced wad accomplished butcher will tell, with almost absolute cer tainty, how a dressed hog has been fed, by the kind and measure of re sistance offered to the knife in .cut ting up. If fed slop hr excess, or butchers' oflkl exclusively, the cellu lar tissues will be much increased in substnnw, and the frtty fieri a larger portion of oAjnW than me, will be softer an «mn spengy, 4 in cutting up, offer Uss resist. ance to the kmfb. The carcass of the hog fed and finally fatted on beech nuts, will, when hung up and cold, drop oil for days, and the clear sides when salted and smoked will become translucent. The fat pack ing part of corn-fed swine, at a tem perature not above sixty-five de grees, ia harder aod firmer, and offers less resistance to the knife, than that of swine fed on more albuminous food, and will keep quite as well if no...

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 April 1876

I Published tvery laarsday, AT ST. CLOUD. MINN »«•*--Corner of Washington A wall* H»4 St. QerauUn ttmt. EDITOR AND PBp^Kplif^^, of a club 1 Lst-U aid Government edvertlae-nenta,7Bes»ta «*r'te.uare for the first insertion, and SHecatt par •guaroforeach -ubaequent InaarUon. -'. Attorneys ordering In legal advertleemcnta ara ngudtj aa accountable for U»« coat of tha same, aulew there li a special agreement to charge OUT same to another party. Payment in all casesto be made tn aavance or «pon delivery of the tf*- ». I.oeal Stotkea, 15 cenUper line to traiuteni^ and 10 ceutrpef Mnrto Tegular advertiser*. •«"«i-l^il O I ATTORNS AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OJbs on /Second Floor of Bell's Bloei. D. B. SEARLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office in EdtWrock's Bloei BANK OF ST. CLOUD. ESTABLISHED 1867. GENERAL BANKING. JAS. A. BELL, President. J. O. SMITH, O O IBIITDIEIR, AND Blank Book Manufacturer. AH kinds of County Books and Blanks. O W S ST.PAUL. MINN. O O S Mannheimer 4 Fraseiv I...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 April 1876

£lmul |)ottrt|al ST.CLOUD.MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, April 13,1876. WHEAT at New York yesterday was II .34 for No. 1 at Milwaukee, $1.14t@1.24 at Minneapolis, 81.03 @1.06. THE House has passed the Senate bill fixing the President's salary at $25,000. THE Czar of Russia will not abdi cate after all. His health is better and he has decided to stick. THE House Committee on Ways and Means have stricken from Mor rison's tariff bill the paragraph taxing tea and coffee. THE proposed subsidy of $3,000, 000 from Montana to the Northern Pacific railroad, was lost by a major ity of about 200. WHAT a grand uprising of the people was the Greenback Mass Convention at Columbus, Ohio, last Thursday Nearly twentv-five per sons were in attendance! THE Fergus Falls Journal comes oat in favor of the Hon. Knute Nel san, of Alexandria, for the Republi can nomination for member of Con gress, and gives him a first-class send-off. THE Senate is still talking about the postal bill, but as yet...

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 April 1876

S Published Erery a AT ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. IOC-AX, ITE3-WS. I S A E I S O FaX W I Also, with S. M. PKTTINGILL A Co., 78 Park Bow, New York, and 10 Stat* street, BoetoD, who are authorised to make con tracts for advertising. O MHO MEW JUm O Several hundred pounds of old type, rait* aideforbabbit metal, can 4o purchased at this office. POSTAeE.--££S££.ft the offioe of publication. All subscribers to UB JOCRKAI. living outside of Stearns county should remember to remit 15 cents with their subscription for one year, or 10 cents for six months, to pay the postage. 49-The- Circulatio of a I DOITBXJC at of a a PubUah a a a A is reaseashe is Official Paper of the City. KOT1CK. C. F. Cummings, Esq., of Clearwater, is our authorised agent to receive subscrip tions for THC JOURNAL at Clearwater, Lvnden and Clear Lake. —Next Sabbath will be Easter. —The ice in the river mad* a move to day. —Prop. Rhys'* concert will be given on the evening of May 1st. —Immigrants are beginning to come in cons...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 April 1876

i. £hrad JonnjaL ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Thursday, April 13,1876. HISTS ABOUT WORK Spring Grains.—All the spring grains are best to be sown early, but what early is, depeuds greatly upon the character and condition of the soil. There are early soils, light, warm, and naturally well drained on these barley and oats may be sown several days sooner than on cold, heavy clays. As a rule our earlier sown crope have been the best, even upon our harvest fields, and to have the work well forward, is a tempta tion to hurry the seed into the ground as soon as the soil is in proper condi tion for it, but not sooner. Barley or oats can be sown upon a fall plowed oats stubble, as soon as the surface is dry, and thus, by plow ing the ground in the fall, a gain of valuable tinia is made in the spriug Those farmers who are now forced to wait for the ground to dry before it can be plowed, may learn a hint for the next season. Make a note of this. P«M.—For this crop, in the north ern states, Canada grow...

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 April 1876

-..^—. v.- t*m RfT -J'1J A ,\r. ,B nntAt •j.-jsciiiw,' --I JT7, ?.\SB x. Md) :irv: .»»'•«! *, tr-.m-ji AT ST. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. ••--Corner of Vfashlne)tan Avenue Mid St. ttormaln Street. I O EDITOR AH1 P»OPMpK»m. 8CaawC*rrT101«. TtWO^fe.MIUUM A Extra I 4 of a elub^_ I *:*. BATE JUWJJBWJJWlLf'J' Square. S 2 3 1 vr 1 1 00 1 80 S 1 79 75 1 SO 3 3 25 4 75 C*l. 4 75 7 00 0 25 13 00 16 0 0 0 9 00 II 00 IS 00 80 I 7 80 25,M00 fA.OA 1. I aud Government advi per square fur the Ant insertion, i^iurr for each subsequent luscrtioa. 1 Attorneys ordering In ssgal advsrslssnuieUa a ganled a* accountable for the coat of the »e« lame to another party. Payment lit aH cases M» regi dn fiw there ia a special agreement to charge the h» made lb advance or upon delivery of to* saVla tit. 3. I oral Koikes, 15 cento per line to tran.itut, sad 10 cents per Une to regular advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement} Mats obttaary Bottom,5eeatapw Una ntarriag* aotlces 50 cents. I. SpecWpUwaitddonhlstM...

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. — 20 April 1876

P5£ ..." ^t£l0ml|J0nnt*L ST.CLOUD,MINNESOTA W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR Thursday, April 20,1876. WHEAT at New York yesterday $1.34@1.37 for No. 1 at Mil waukee, il.l5t @1.25 at Minneapo lis $1.03@1.06. am SM MONTANA instructs for Blaine. HASN'T Minnesota a "favorite son" to trot out for the Presidency THE President it reported to have lost faith in fiaboock. Soma men would. MINNEAPOLIS deserves to lose its Tribune. Its business men never cave the paper a decent support. THE Virginia delegation to Cin cinnati is Claimed for Blaine. Blaine, Bristow and Morton all claim South Carolina. EVEN the Democratic journals say the Indianapolis attack on Mr. Blaine is too weak to merit serious attention. IT is authoritatively stated that Gen. Schenck will not be returned as Minister to England under any cir cumstances. DOM PEDRO is what the boys call him forshort but if you want to write to him, his full name is Mr. Dom Pe dro de Alcantara. THE Minneapolis Mail criticises Tilton's "Problem of Life" l...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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