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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 March 1869

muracBAov CARRIED I W The report of the Committee of Con gress which investigated the Tammany election frauds seems, to judge from the full abstract given elsewhere, to present as the authenticated digest of sworn evidence facts familiar for months to the readers oi the Tribune, and to base thereon a series of recommendations for legislative action a'together too elaborate to receive any attention at this congress, but teo just and too obviously demanded to bo long neglect* ed by the next. 1*ook once more at the laets. It is proved beforo this Committee, on the testimony of many and unimpeaohabb witnesses, that 1. Thousands oi aliens fraudulently procured certificates of naturalisation during a few weeks immediately pre ceding our election. 2. Many hundreds of certificates were granted in the names of fictitious persons, that those holding them might have facilities for voting many times. 3. Many hundreds holding these certificates did thus vote many times— ranging from twice up to ...

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. — 11 March 1869

tf col. 4 I I & THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner W on A a el S •Vtf- 3 I KD1T0R AND PlOPMETOU. S S I I O J..VO 0 it E I.V APW1TCA Au Satra* Copy wU be. *«.«• to the getter S 2'nj.l sui-rt~. S S A W 3mo..8iuo.i 1 100 1TJ •2 at) 336 475 000 7 5« 1100 SlUftre, 1 S W 160 a 3 4 2 mo. 376 00 6J5 7 50 1200, 3 a oo 1100 14 00 22 1400 25 00 30 00 ,000|40 00|5000 1 6 5 0 per squnre tor the nrs* iquetefer »ut)*^uen*JIn"™^•rMeeawrtear. regarded a* S S S a S to charge the eanie S there W W S a be mad. to another party. f*f"~ affidavit. oh^^^t^"JS5«L. -oti^ 5?AUpoUtl«a. rellglou. or other notice., 5 cent, S Place adYTtl-meuU to he Verted at rattf* agreed npoo. ._.»-* 7. Yearly advertUere to pay qxiMterly. S. Stranger, must pay in advauce, orgi%e satwiac tor retereacea, JOB PRINTING tice, in the beat style, and a Bug ing done In German and Norwegian, as well a. a 6 lish, and warranted to gWe satisfaction. OSOABTTAYLOII A O N E A LA W ST. CLOUD, ...

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. — 11 March 1869

Skt.JR. fitouil foirari W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, March 11, 1869. N O I I N A I I CKOSSIMO We would assuro B." that no effort will be spared by the people of St. Cloud, tho Sauk Va'ley and tho country to the eastward toward Lake Superior, to have tho Northern Pacific cross the Mississippi river at St. Cloud instead of above. While the length of the line might be somewhat added to by this deflection, yet the immense local traffio to be gained would much more than overbalance this drawback As the section from the Lake to the Mississippi or to the Bed River is all that would probably be in operation for several yeas it would be a matter of great importance to the Company to consider what line would best make this self supporting it not remunerative. And moreover, tho towns and counties through which the lino just spoken of would pass, are ready and willing to give aid to the road to tho amount of Haifa Million Dollars. Some ot these facts are already well known to the Company, and the o...

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. — 11 March 1869

I O O A We would respectfully request at men and others wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and «t««*« eteneioestock of New Material, justreceivocf romiht east, before tending to St. Paul or joing elsewhere. Our Job Office now on* the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. Is OOVILB tfeat of »*r p»P«* a POST ABSIVAL A S »M»AmHJ»« OF MAIM. St. Paul way stations—departs 8 Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Hon. day* «cepUd, at 6 A. *. A it Mm* days *t 6 r. M. MailolotMiM7J.«. Crow Wing Route—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A.H. Awitts, same days, at 6 r. n. Mail eloMa at 7 r. n. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 *. *. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mail doses at 6 A. X. Fair Haren and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. M. Departs same day at 2 p. x. Mail closes at 1 p. *. Two Hirers and Way—Departs each Mon day at 7 A. M. Arrives on Tuesday at 4 p. M. Mail closes at...

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. — 11 March 1869

would have beta ?ery tame repast. presently fell to drinking from his bottle, then to using it on the table, as pavers use the stamping msohiuo with whieh they settlo cobble stones in their bod. Coining to his second drink, Freddy appearoJ to concludo that he oither was or would be, .a Member ot Congress, that the table before him was a good substitute for a desk, and the occasion auspicious for assuming the privileges of the House. So ho laid himself back in his ohair, held his bot tle to his month, and P**«*18 both feet on the table proceeded with his dinner. Occasionally bo halted to make a speech and the gentleman from Arabia, fomm never bad any difficulty in catching the ago of the speaker. His vocabulary waa limited to "gno, golly,* -a aoaad re sembling tbo call of a young eaglet, and one like that which brought Peter to repentance but there, was no same- Freddy's specehes were always new, and brought down the house times without oumber. At this first, and in faet at every din...

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. — 18 March 1869

a a Cli»i»*» W IB. O BW10B AND TOOTMBTOB. S S I N TWO DOLLARS, PAYABIS W ADTANCX Batr* COP, will ientf «raKl of cltb O Sub^rioer.. apA 1 100 IT* 250 8J5 47ft •oo !.* 3 200 SS0 4 40 62» 4 W 1 ». i. oomooH. GORDON & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ABD BBAL B3TATB AQBSTS, ST. CLOUD, ST. CLOUD, 00et Satisfactory References furnished. Tlln3Q.tf A E. SENKLER, M. D., C. PHYSICIAN .SURGEON A ACCOUCHEUR MI. CLOUD. MINN. ••ceinAlden'iBrlckbulldinf.W'a.hiBgtonaTeiro Be.M'eaee, Richmond Street opposite Wright'. Fer Xxaminiag Surgeon for Pension*. Regular office hour. 10 to 1 and 2 to 4. T9 W. M. BURCHARD, M. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, (Soecessor to Dr. W. T. Collins,) Office over Pickit & Abbott's Dry Goods Store, 8T. CLOUD, MINN Night calls at the office will be promptly attended to. a29 CHAS. S. WEBER, M. D., HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, 8T. CLOUD, MINN. Office on St. Germain street, 3d door east of Catholie Church. Office hoars from 10 A. M. till 8 r.n. WM. R. HUNTER. .r-r-.-' *•.••V*'T.- uMlshrd...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 March 1869

8b* JR. €UvA gowtml 2S3SC W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Maroh 18, 1869. CLOUD NUR.tlAL. SCUOOIa. Special dispatch to the St. Cloud Journal. tTiXOXA, March 17th, 1869. The Normal Board authorises com- pleting the Steams, House purchaso of Mr. Hooper with one aoro, including the land on which the building stands, end contiguous to the lot, the alloy on- ly intervening, if he will make good title wtthin five days after due notice. If the Stearns House property is notof procured, one month is given to secure the Seminary site at a cost not exceed- ing $1500. I that is not obtained, the Cram site to be accepted. Profes- sor Ira Moore was eltoted Principal of the 3d State Normal Sohool. A SUIM* DISORGANIZED. One of Gen. Grant's first acts, as Presidmt, was to break up a ring form ed by the Commimonera of the Union Paoit.3 R. R. by removing the thiev ing scoundrel* composing it, and on the loth io3t., these vacancies were filled as follows: Isaac N. Morris, of Illinois, vice Frank P. Blair, Jr....

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 March 1869

**r:r \L Fa »•«•W r**p**{full, r*a***t ml turn aad •than utfsata#aa* AM Jofe PrlBttig, It Mil «xd xtsasiasstaeu Ifsw JftHrW,i^«WMh^ rasa U« MMI, I 0 N «aad»a# St. ^Ml W SsxaslsswAsr*. Our asw ons o/1a« »««tin aad »iwflJytiar«Milfs.to»M«lsVa**ofw, at Salxt rail prices. la O I tsuat «ff euajr ••skax I W I iwaaasaa* HMfOmCB AXXIYAJ. AX I A O A I M. Si. way statioBB—departs at 8 Arrivaa at 1} ».». M»U close.I 7 A. M. Sauk Cautrs roata—Daparts «*»ly, days exoeptod, at A. M. Armu earns d»|*lftt.M. !UU«lMM«i7V.M. Crow Wiag Route—Departadaily, Mondays oxeepted, at6a.it. AmT*,ttmidi^, •48r.li. M«H«IMM*4 7 I I Forest City axd Waj-^Arrlrta Monday. Wednesday aad FMV. parts to Thursday aad Saturday, tA7jA.i7llt4lalomaieA.il. Fair Haven and Waj—Arrival each Fri daj at 10 A. v. Departs earns day at 2 r. v. Mail eloatt at 1 ». M. Two Rivers and Way—Departs sash Moa daj at 7 A. X. Armas oa Tuesday at 4 P.M. Mail eloatt at 6 A. H. St. Augusta—Arrives Wednesday and Sal' urday, at 1». M. Dtpartt tarn* ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 March 1869

JL HS O CRACKS TO STOP. Tno_a in the barn and stable immedi stelj back of where the sattle and horses aretostand this winter, need stopping badly, and it is an easy matter to dot©. See that tho nails in all the outer boards are driven in tightly then niako bat tens oi laths or pieces of siding and put them on with single uails. Or, oka a mortar of lime and sand or ashes, usitfg h^'a bristles in the place of plastering hair, to give it greater tenacity, and fill this into the ciacks with a trowu-. Those cracks in the hay loft should then be treated in the samo manner. Those cracks in the poultry house, hardly wide enough to let a feather through, are still of sufficient width to let in snow and rain and wind, which will wet and ohill the fowls so that they will not be likely to lay during the whole winter or if, by ohanoo some enterprising biddy should get up cour age to drop an occasional egg, it would be sure to be frosen while she was yet cackling over it. Those about the outer do...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 March 1869

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OMee—Cor««r of W»sjtf»««°»» a Cfc«p«l EDITOR AND PRWKIKtOR. S S I I O N O DOLLARS, rAYAHUS IX *DWC£. I A toll* Copy wiU be «»t gratis to ths getter I ,»AJV SnWiber.. O A W 1 100 1T4 a 160 a 14 326 476 100 900 11 ii 1060 8 •i 00 360 460 0*5 1 ISO. a. L. oonnoa. OMee on S a 0 00 800 1100 12 iO 16 60 2260 30 00 6000 a 6o i5 4T5 •uo 780 1100 coL mo, 3 76 too 6 26 7 60 1000 1400 18 00 2260 3000 37 60 4300 IS 00 io .mother party- TOJiWolUw^totlt. 3* It 00 2250 3000 3600 4000 5260 75 00 12600 1100 1400 -"000 1200 14 00 26 00 4000 'V.lnpoUU«a, fll«tou» or other nottc«s,5 ceats P"IlK«UlP»«« .d»«tb«sat. to i-«fd "T S ^KSrttow.top.yq««t«iy. 8. S a »»t W to adtaeet, tory references, or 9 JOB PRINTING Of rilktod.. Ptoto lice, to the best .tyle, Mid at St. PauLP™U as tog don, to German and Norwegian,, as won iuL, and warranted to gite»«tUficUon- OSCAR TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. t. w. cotum GORDON & COLLINS...

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. — 25 March 1869

9ht ft. «!ro* fmrnwrt W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, March 25,1869. -per NORMA!* SOHOUIi. It is ft popttta belief with those of as who ere unlearned ia War, have neglected to wait ia the flowery Daths of Literature, paid no attention t? the abstruse seienee el the Law, or had no opportunity to issue orders upon the ait ot cooking beans, that a publio officer, a man occupying and holding a publio position is placed there to per form and execute the will of the people. That he is honored with place, and charged with duties, as the representa tive of those whose interests are con fided to him for the solo purpose of obeying the known wishes of his con stituents, and that it his duty to obey when Jinmtnded or give way to some better man. We remark that this is the. popular belief, and most men, when charged with the execution of such trusts, aot accordingly. But that such is not the belief of Gin. Andrews, the proceed ings ef the Normal School Prudential Committee, at a session held on Tues d...

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. — 25 March 1869

WsgggljgSBj -v* S,IJ •.«. smsorr [orrioiAL.I LAWS OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. AN ACT to appropriate money for completing and furnishing a building for a State Normal School at Winona. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota: Section 1. That the sum of thirty-four thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby ap propriated out of any money iu the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be expended in completing and furnishing a building for the State Normal School at Winona, the same co be paid on warrants drawn by the President' and countersigned by the Treasurer of the State Normal Board, and that on the presenta tion of such warrants to the State Auditor, it shall be his duty to draw warrants on the State Treasurer for a like amount, such to be expended under the direction of the Normal School Board as provided by law. Provided, that no more than one-half of said sum shall be paid out of the treasury until after the first day...

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. — 25 March 1869

••.- ',. rr\s :•':, 2 AN ACT to amend Section 104 of Chapter 8 of the General Statutes, relating to the powers of County Commissioners. Be it enacted by the Legislature Of the State of Minnesota: SECTION 1. That Section 104 of Chapter Eight of the General Statutes, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as fol lows: Sac. 104. Said Board havefinalpower to examine and settle all accounts of the re ceipts and expenditures of the county, and shall have the care of the county property and the management of the county funds and business, except in cases otherwise pro vided for but shallexercise no other powers than such as are given by law. Such Board shall, in addition to the powers above enu merated, have power to set off, organize and vacate towns, and change the boundaries thereof in their respective counties, to des ignate the time and place of holding the first election therein, and make all neces sary orders for the disposition and preser vation of the records of any town ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 March 1869

any city or town, or addition thereto, with in this district to alter or amend the same, or any part thereof, including streets and public squares, and to adjudge and declare the title to such streets, alleys and public squares in such persons as are entitled to the same. S«c. 2. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved March 5,1868. AN ACT to prevent the importation of Texas or Southern cattle, and the spread of the so-called Texas or Spanish fever, among the cattle of the State of Minnesota. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota: SBCTIOK 1. That it shall not be lawful for any one to bring into the State, or have in possession, any Texas, Cherokee, Indian, or any diseased cattle, except as hereinafter provided. 8EC. 2. This act shall not apply to any Texas, Cherokee or Indian cattle, or other diseased cattle now on hand within this State, but persons having such shall be com pelled to keep them within the bounds of their own premises, or separate f...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 March 1869

me AN ACT to provide for the collection of statistics, Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota: SECTION 1.' It shall be the duty of the assistant secretary of state annually to col lect and compile, from official and any other reliable sources, the statistics of the State of Minnesota pertaining to its agriculture, man ufactures and population, including all useful facts which he may be able to gather, bear ing upon the material and social interests of the state, and tending to afford, at home and abroad, a correct knowledge of its resources and progress. SEC. 2. The said assistant secretary of state shall have power to address special or general inquiries, with printed formsforan swers, or otherwise, at his discretion, to any state, district, county, city or town officer, and it shall be the duty of such officer to answer fully and promptly such special or general questions as may be addressed to them by said assistant secretary, on all mat ters of information wh...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 March 1869

O O A 35TBTWB )K« *©wM respectfully request al men and othtr* wishing any kind of in in to «»»d 4««Awe»l«* of -Ve» Material, fust received on the east, before tending to St. Paul or joing elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beetin the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. __ la DUVBLK «*»t or «»»y o«k»r paper Advertiser resaesabe* a a POST OVFICE* AMUVAL AND A OF MAIM. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 Attire, at 1J*.*- W Sauk Centre route-Departs daily, Mou« day. excepted, at 6 A Arme same days at 6 F. *. Mail eloaea at 7 P. *. Crow Wing Route—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A.M. Amies, same days, at 6 F. M. Mail closes at 7 P. M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 r. H. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mail closes at 6 A. M. Fair Haren and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. *. Departs same day at 2 p. x. Mail closes at 1 M. Two Rivers and Way—Departs each Mon day at ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 March 1869

sick and the afflicted, tho down trod den and oppressed," and were happy in their domestic oaro?. Postmaster Baxter WI»J tho liberal member of Dr Preauiing's congrega tion. After a largo subscription, ho had advanced tho funds necessary to complete tho church edifice, and somo one had said: "Batter carries Unitarian ohuroh in his breast coat pocket." Margaret was introduced and was receiv- ed with a quiet, kiudly cordiality which was very gratifying for while she still lay in tho donatory at Th Home Mrs. Granger had called on Dr. Cat telle and Bateman, and learned the nature of her visits to Mrs. Howard. Sh had since gone stealthily more than onco to see that lady herself, and pour the oil and wiae of Christian hope and encourage- ment into the spirit which had fallen among the thorns which lurk along life's way side, watehing for unguarded souls. Mr. and 4 Mrs. Baxter therefore new of Margaret and the fact that she had suffered for an earnest effort to do good, was an open sesamo t...

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. — 1 April 1869

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OBct-Corner of A%'tt«Ulng«o« Avenm* a id Clu»p*l Street. W EDITOR AND PHOMUWOB. S S I I O N TW0 up DOLLAR PA VABtS IS KDVAKCX. nop, will bo Mot flrotii to the getter 100 176 ST. CLOUD, H. L.QOKDOS. 0 3 ,iimo.|Smo. 0 UOo! ?0 0 34tt«ro. 1 .Jr.37»| 14 0 4. NoUc.otde»thL»lmvW» 1000 14 00 18 00 22 50 30 00 4000 37 601 5-J50 4500 7500 7 00 12500 a & 3 25 475 700 400 GKESSLEAP, MKEKBK CO., MIKX. Special attention to cases coming before Local U. S. Land Offices and the General Land Office, Pre-emption,* Homestead, War rant, Cash, Scrip, Town Site, R. R. Land Grant and other land eases attended to.— Collections made titles examined taxes paid for non-residents, &c. 16ft «o| 500 0 0 45 0 «2 & 0i6 T40 3 ii :ao 475 400 I 1«50 2S 50 30 00 5000 00 14 00 11*51*00 1650UOOUOOO luoWo I W W I 1. l*g»l 8 8 7 5 ae obituary notice., 5 in« doue in Qerman fl»«8 notic* r^ oU«c*l.r.U^u oroth.. 5 aave»tlWment. to b. I 5. Strangers...

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. — 1 April 1869

& '%i THE JOURNAL. raMUteei eTorj Tkinlaj AfUriooi, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Ckspcl Street. "W- S O I I ST. CLOUD. a. ooaooa. *v 1 1 X.TO O W S aw a ao 250 10° noo oo a^!lu I860 3250 9000 5000 T» 11-6 *****.I*u*w '"lSUipi«-»*'«l,,-,,Bto 8. S mat* p«J torj refwencei, traaalmt, to b* iaMrl*a at JOB PBI*****!L liA, «&dwmmuatogtf »*"—CTW1V OSCAR TAYLOB, ATTORNEY AT LAWC,x MINNESOTA. fc ir. COLLI" GORDON & COLLINS, ATTORNEY S AT LAW, AKD MAT. asiAia AQaKM. ST. CLOUD, MHMttBOfrA. P.rfc«Ur atUntioa five* S S S adj.hung CoaaUo-, *U.: J*pj**£? bar.., Baaton, Morrison, Todd,Douglas. Maaaagalia.Pop« aad Meaner. a ao. a. BATO. OHAS. ». nana HAYS & KERR, A O S S AT AW ST. CLOUD, MINN. Offitt Washington Atenns—/#raMf* Moors Kerr's. Mfiu o. una WM.-.M000 HAMLIN ft MOORE, ATTORNEY S AT LAWAfafce ST. CLOUD, MINN. Offiea avor Edelbroak'a Store. J. S. RANDOLPH, ATtORXET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW ALEXANDRIA, MINN. CHARLES B. HOWELL, (£olt Omurti Land Office,) ATTORNE AT LAW. GXBBUBAT, Co., MlllS....

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. — 1 April 1869

•Jfcc $t* (Stoutl |0umat W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, April 1, I860. E NOttAIAfc S O O S I In tbo Times of last week are two ar ticles relating to tho Normal Sohool site. Tho one editorial—sharp and spicy as tho 'fimes editorials always arc, sharp as the end of a cotton balo and spicy as a last year's Almanac, in which the editor of this paper is incon tinently used up and forever extin guished—the other, a communication evidently written by tho gontlcmau oc cupying the position of "resident mem ber'' and also to all intents and purpo ses that of Attorney for Mr. Cram. Winona and urged his associates to per manently locate tho building "there on, and that the Board gave Mr. Hooper five days more in which to make a conveyance of the Stearns prop erty and in his default therein thirty days were allowed to procure a title to the Seminary site. That failing on mo tion of Dr. McMastvrs the Cram site was to be taken." If Gen. A. had abandoned his pro ject in regard to the Cram site, was hones...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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