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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 April 1871

XiOOA.ll, N E W S ^sJSP"* respectfully request all business men and oiArrt wuAiny any kind of Job to MU «XMIHU our «s/«nnn sock of New Material, just received from the East, before sondinq to St Pavl or going 'lieu here. Our Job Office it now one the but in tht State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Offlclal Paper or toe City. snwssst—sawsaissssasssitnennasss—s—SI—i—— 49-The Circulation of Tke Jonrnnl OOtBLX that of amy other pmper sPnbliakedtmlUrtnei-nMInnetot*. Let Advertisers remember hla. IQuOeo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pettengill&Co., 87 Pork Row, New York, are Ike sole agent* for TRI JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thorized to eontraot for inserting advertise ments for us at oar lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that oily are requested to o* their favors with either of the above uses. Fon SAIL—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inqui...

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. — 13 April 1871

-.-Jfe-f 1C~""~ Msnj al tor best oung men in prop* •ration for the minUtry ire going through this martyrdom. The strong ett mind in our theological oltss perish «d, fhe ^etorir^«iiia.' afttrvrirdo, from leek of food. The only time he could lifford doctor trm'for his post-mortem exemihatioo. .•..•,• _, -pre 7 gi?d the ptineiol coo Titian of msnj of Our young theological £tudeht* irhen I Income....... $300 00 Oeteftv Board at $Sper week (oheap place.) 15« 00 Clothing (shoddy Boeke (no morocoo)-... Traveling expenses. Do not think that all your eight-hun dred-dollar minister needs is a Christ mas present of an elegtntly bound copy of "Calvin's Institutes." He is sound already on the doctrineof election, and it is a poor consolation if in.this way yon remind him that he has been foreordain ed to starve to death. Keep your min ister on artichokes and purslain, and he will befitto preaeh nothing but funeral sermons from the text "Ail flesh is grass." While feeling most of all our need of ...

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 1871

^•^Ti ••iiiw*«m* *vyr Wwits-wr THE J»tT«NAliJ Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. fc, aOee—Caeme* ofWaiklagtoK A wd. Chapel Street. W nsdirroiiBX.T-, BDIT0B AND PBOPBUXOB. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DCLLABS,rATABtM mUDTAlfOM. Am Bxtra Copymill be sent fra«* to ttt KATJE8 O ADVKRTISIHOi Sonar.. I 100 1T» 9S0 328 475 000 aw Imo 3 mo 0 m*. Ho 274 3 28 47ft 700 900 200 360 460 02ft 926 37* 600 26 760 000 800 1000 UOO 1000 22*0 8000 3760 4600 T600 MOO 1260 3000 36 00 4000 6260 76 00 12600 UOO 1260 iew UOO 1400 2000 1200 1400 2600 4000 TW 2250 3000 5000 uoo XI25 1860 1. Legal aadaoYernmentadYertiaementaJSceaw par squareflrthe tint insertion, and 37% cents per qa&re tor each subs quest inaertion. 2. Attorneys ordering la legal advertUMBUBta are regarded accountableforthe coat of the tame, tut leu there ia a special agreement to charge the aame another party. Payment In all eaaea to be made in advance orupon delivery of the affidavit. I 3. Local Notice*, 16cent* per line to tra...

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 1871

13 li» faklUtaed every Thursday Afteraecei AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. \m ""?A 6 •••—Cer*ei •rWukliftoa AT«m* Campel Street. BMTOB AND PKotiinofc.j' •vascaiPTioii rwo DCLLAMS, Aa BateeOoayafllbemtfKd to the ssttsr O O SULTSSS O ADVKRTIUHOI aw I l" S7ft 32ft 475 700 •00 tea. BO 100 17* SSO S 4T» 600 aoo 860 460 636 9» ST* 600 26 760 1100 1400 aooo M00 1400 2800 4000 U2S 10S0it X. t*pa endaoYernmentadverttsss»eB.ts,T5esa«i per square fr the fli insertion, aad 87% cento per au*re tor ejca robe qnent lasertioa. 2. Attorneys orasriag la legal aavsrHsssasatsare regarded aa accountableforthe cost of the eame,tui let* there la a special.agreement to charge the earns another party. Paymentin aU te be made ia adrance orupon delivery of the affldavit. 3. Local Notice*, 15cento per line to transient, and 10 cento per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeath [single announcement] ascents! obituary notices, 6 cento per line marriage notice* cento. Be. All political, retigioni or other notice*,. ce...

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. — 20 April 1871

I 8k* gtL€l$U ftfimtal W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, April 20,1871 W A TH VVRP BIUL Wli.1, DO. Ptsfl the Bond Bill, and you will ©on tert Mr. Chamberlain's $900,000 worth of bonds into 12,217,822.40 in new in terest-bearing bonds Ton will make the amount for whiob the State will be liable on these bonds the immense total of $14,880,666 or $8,240,915 more than if the present bonds were allowed to until due and then paid at their face, with the aoorned interest Yon will withdraw the receipts from the tax on railroads from the revenue fund of the State, and tor thirty years tie them up for the redemption of Mr. Chamberlain's bonds, leaving the re mainder of the bonds to be provided for by direct taxation, in whieh manner the deficit caused by the withdrawal of the receipts from railroads would have to be supplied} Ton will most certainly lose the iv Hundred Thousand Acres of Interna Improvement Lands for the use for which they were granted. The people of the State, burdened with this im men...

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. — 20 April 1871

I a '.. 1 BOOATi Fit iMiiiM respectfully reawdst a* AMUMM m«* and ofAsrs wwAmy amy Mudof Jeh to Mil mi ttmtUt our extensile sock of N*» Material, just reeened from the Bost,ltfore eemdinq to St. Potior going eleevkere. Our Job Office ii now one but in tk$ StaH, and we do work wkiek wo will guarantee to be satisfactory at tel*t Pail Prleet. fAclal Paper of the City. HIST BIT.ST. PAUL PACIFIC B. B. a a a U«f*Rt.01e«d7:UA.M.u 9.U. Antra 4 1120 r. n. end 7.20 r.n. MOT. LeeTe St. 1 S 0 A M. and 2:30 r. M. Arrive do 11 M. and 7 r. X. anmiarous TBAWS. Leave Minneapolis 7:60 A. «., and 2:50 r. BT. Arrive do 11:36 A.M. Passengers taking the morning train from Saint Ctoud for Minneapolis change can at 8t. Anthony Junction and arrive at Minneapolis at 11.36 A. *.— The 2.16 train from St. Cloud, doea not make connection at St. Anthony Junction with the train for Minneapolis, but passenners take omnibus for Minneapolis on arrival of train. 4 9 a a off Th\ a a JDOVB1.K off a my ©tfcer pa a a N a ...

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. — 20 April 1871

a I S I S I S O A A CORIf S A Indian corn is a semi-tropioal pro duct, atd it it reaches maturity in Northern climate, it mu^ be of an ear ly variety. While wo do not thinL ^fuinuasota is a natural corn producing State, lifco Missouri, yot, when pLated early, and properly ca^d for, we never kuc'.: a failure. Wo do not uaeno to be c&derstood is wyv L*''t it is eveny year a sur -i cf! over x'^ S btfi tro Lever knew an instance but that WL-~ or our farmers had a good erop eve year, and this, too, when we were vioitcd by late frosts in the spring, and irly frosts in the fall. We believe, as a general rule, our ferae, axu juone to work their corn crops too much and too deep during their growth, particularly after the corn is in the*tassel. The roots oi the oorn •ud frequently out with a shovel plov?, which requires time for new roots to form, thus putting back the growth and early maturity. The stalks, alter the visitation of the jurv thus inflict ed, are left sprawling all over the ...

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. — 27 April 1871

I I E BDITOH* AND l»E0MtIET0R. •UBSCU1PTION Am Kxtr* Copy» ill b« acnt frtfit to th*,**ttmc. •f club of Fire Subscriber*. RATES O ADvilllTIsiFfO.» Square. 100 3 Smo. 3 mo10mo ITS 250 335 475 600 710 700 1200 UOO 2500 4000 900 1125 1650 1100 OSCAR TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW ST. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. CBA8. D. KSBR. L. W. COLLINS- KERR & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS Will practice in the SIM and Federal oourts, •ad will regularly attend the Terms of the District Courts in the Countiee.of Sieams, Wright, Bnerburne, Beaton, Morrisou, ?ope Crow Wiuf, Douglas, Meekei aad Kankiyo M. ".-• KH Partkultw^ attention fiaen to Orminal Law EDWARD^. HAMLlST A T?Tk N E I A TT W ST. CLOUD, BT-CLOTO, JST MflBfc, May be found at his office (up stairs orer Bush's Jewelry store, on St. Germain Stieet.) day and night, when not away on professional duties. All calls prompt ly atended to 0. SCHULTEN & CO., DRUGGISTS S and v: PHMMACEUTISTS, Tt-t «..»£31 sua... jr Jt.. 1 1 yr. 200 350 450 624 025 1100 1400 2000 375 500 ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 April 1871

6 a* 9u eim& gmsiu:. W. B. MITCHELL. *l!. ^i. TfrOTtjay, April 27, 1811. m& VITAL OBJKCTIOBr. The S Paul Preu, in an article A voting the Bond Uill, propounds the folloWlUg: tfev: .^11 $ $ "Art yea willing—-yon I who doubtmore whether tha State owes anything on those bonde~to submit that question and ell the' sqoitles involved to arbifratoro ottheStnu'e own choosing, appointed by a Governs* whoso honesty yen do net doubt, andwhose prejndless aro against the bond-holders Does any on* can any one, an- iwtr these questions in Us aegative No the jonramls wbieh oppose the bill dare not attack its main propositions." Ikely tosppoint. It is a well known fact that money is ieing used with a lavish hsndtocarry Ibis bill. It is a matter of record that ittempts have been made to purchase be influence of the press, and, in some nstences, with only too much success, tt is very ssfe to believe that ns infln- N need to carry the bill would be neglected in securing its more impor si results...

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 April 1871

f~ I LOCAL iNlUWS W« vo«M retpectfutty isfveit al' butinett men and then wishing any kind or Job ^rlBtllf, Mil #Ml w«a»«ni out ««u*»« ew* c/ Ntmr Mo$erimi\jutt resents from theJSott, before tm&nf to 8t. Past yomy W«toAer«. Our Job Oglce it now one the bett in the State, and we do work which wt will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Vail Prices. OMdal Paper of the City. FUST MY.8T. PAUL A PACIFIC B. B. a a eboon A I St Clond 7 1 5 A 2:16 T.U. Arrive do 3 0 M.and 7 2 0 »Ant S A W S. Leav St Pau 7:90 A. M. and U.S0 r. X. Arrrv do jUMkAVOU* fBAWf. Minneapolis 7 6 0 A. and S 0 a A do 1 1 3 6 A Passengers taking the morning train from feint Cloud for Miuueepolis charge a at St A Junctio and arrive at Minneapolis at 11.36 A he 2.16 train from St Cload, a connection at St. Anthon jctio it he train tor Minneapolis, but passengers a omnibu fur Minneapolis on arrival train. 4 a a a a O O a a a A a N a L,« at*L.Geo. P. Bowel) & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pettengill & ...

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 April 1871

I A^Sflii%jM jjig feggwtesg1! .. t-.i tBRfHTuTanT ITS OWX PROOF. la Christianity an inspired faith or nol theUoi the peeks of Teneiiffe and Mont Blanc. We look at them, and it seems impos sible to measure the interval that sep antes them from the intellectual de velopment around (hem. But if this Jewish boy in that era of the world, in Palestine, with the Ganges in one side of Mm, aid the Utoposart .Athens on Ine other,: produced a religion with these four elements, he towers so far •bote Shakespeare and Plato, tha% the differenoe between Shakespeur said Plato, end their times, in the epa* pariaon becomes an imperceptible wrin kle on the surface of the earth. levelof their times like I hare^endeavored to measure its strength, to estimate ite permanence, to analyse its elements) and if the ever came from the unassisted bnin of One unedueatod Jew, while Sheakes peare is admirable, and Plato is admi rable, and Goethe is admirable, this Jewish boy takes a higher level he is marvelous, w...

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. — 27 April 1871

laCnrierJanitj an iwpiwd faith or too peeks ofTtnoliffo tad Monk Blwo^, Wo look oft these,radit eeems impos to •IMIIII Aoirtomr tho* -p then* ban. the inteltotanl do MOOA tkoH. Bmt thin Jo«^ boy la diatom of too worid, in with tbo prodoeed a religion with thoM foot OlOBOBtl, ho. faWOH)J»0 •Wfofttakaspeaieasd PUto,tho%. Antenna UtwooB Shikoipoof Halo, and their tinea, if rjiiaoabeeonsassn mnrMft|hli w^tiy kloooth.«rfao.ofth^.^. '. IhtTf-%adoTorod to BMORN ifa ottoHth, to. eetiraaU |y jpnoyfn., I to••tl|»#i .Iwaaee^ if tbfj[TMBof»%t«take fable, and Goethe is admirsble, this Jewish boy tikes higher lord ho fa Berieelo/Thewdra^i^onUl vraonght no nothing to the miracle. he ww, ii at' that en and that Ohriitianity.'"Whatotyimp belre*lr.$befcs»a.» I esnnot be riatl joaaho-#*iM haa feJt niore profoundly, tome strong brain, that, erea with the aid of hia ex aaapW. hat ihoogbt farther and *pMU^^ortaotlo •Iff lio my ojnunon-eenae and my,.• Bbmuidid all thit. I know Bod dhMpwttet, and what hefa...

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. — 4 May 1871

"j THfy JQURNAL, Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. a Clii»i»«» B. MITOIiEXiTj EDITOR AND MOfBpTOB. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PATABIS *N ADTANC*' Aa Extra CopywmfcrsW *»•*«»to tha *»tUr •f club of five Subscribers. RA,**S OIP AllVKBTISINOi 1 aw »W 1 2 3 4 2 mo. rSjaoiam*. 100 17ft «fto 335 47ft «00 7W 900 DRUGGISTS .'' 1 rr.-\ 1508 2260 3000 36 00 40 00 6250 76 00 126 00 300 350 450 02» 936 375 600 26 760 UOO UOO 3500 4000 «0D 1000 800 UOO 1250 1660 2260 3000 5000 t79 UOO 1000 2260 3000 3760 4600 7500 4*» 'oo UOO UOO 2000 1133 1650 UOO 1. Lsgal andGoverumentaavert!seinents,75ceuta per iqunre for the flist insertion, and 37J^ centi per quare for each subs quent insertion. 1. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreement to cUargo the same another party. Payment in all cmos to be mooa ta advance orupon delivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 15 cents por line to transient, ...

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. — 4 May 1871

*&<, I** JPt €M fwroat t«tt*iHw" I lit W »*i|lXCHBLI.. EDITOR. E May 4, 1871. O O a I O E OVTIBBS O I O Shakespeare with that deep discern ment of human nature, which, after all, is simply inspiration, spoke ot a "tide in the affairs of men wbioh taken at the flood, leads on to fortune." We believe that such a tide now marks the affairs of St Cloud and vi-istry cinity. There is a feeling of willing neas, nay of anxiety even, (hat matters which we deem of vital importance, should be definitely settled now, rather e/iau remain in suspense any longer.— The destiny of communities, no less than of men, is largely in their own hands— and (there can be no doubt that St. Cloud itself is much to blame for the depression that has existed forbond-holders the pastfew years. Want of harmonious and united action and effort will kill any Had there been less of sordid on the part of individuals, and more of harmony and union in this oommuaity as respects our railroad in terests especially, w...

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. — 4 May 1871

**. i. We would rssf.ectfully requeet all butinttt men ond other* mthwg my kind of Jok prlattng, to tail mnd exumtn* out extsnsime eoek of New Material, just received from the Boet, before isndinf to St Pool ot going elsewhere. Our Job Office ie *ew owe tk$ but in the State, and toe do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. pacta) Paper of the City* IIBH MY.ftT. FAUL 4 PACIFIC B.B. Tim Table.- aum euro St. Clond 7:16*. M. en* '•*. Auto do lfcair. M.and 7:20r.K. s*. tm nun. I St. Pan! 7:30 A. M. and 430 r. U. Arrive do 13M. W I I imnu*vous La»Te Minneapolis 7:60 A. •., ISO t. u. Arrive do 11:35 A.M. Passengers taking the morning train from Saint Clond for Minneapolis change tin at St. Anthony Junction antra at Minneapolis at 1146 A.M.— TheS.16 r. M. train from St. Cloud, doea not maka connection at St. Anthony Junction with the train tor Minneapolis, but passenger* take omnibus for Minneapolis on arrival ot train. M9" he Circulatio of Tb.e a O at of a 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. — 4 May 1871

"$ thing agree in Ike statement thai the •oath is tranquil and law-abiding a oommanity aexista naywhere in thobroken world that the Ko-Klox iai pore eteatioa of the brain of Gen. Grant, io fMttdforthe purpose of making him* tebTn diotator. There wooH be tome Up of making their reader* beliere this ifthey did not ooetaioaallj eom mit the indiscretion of aBowing some ontipoken hrutalitj of these erimieafc toflndaphvee in their eelejnmi.- For instanoe, Jknomfatyfiitlil this eity, whieh editorial]? denies the nia- ones of any annormal oondiUon or •en-1 other way. No tillage whaterer timent at the South, published on 8at urdaylast with eommendatory head ings, along nod tery explicit letter from Georgia, whieh eonfirms ell that has been said in regard to the murder* ous intents and aots of the ex-Rebels of the State. Tho communication is a very singular one in its apparent' inno cence and carnestneis, which seems incapable of understanding why any80to40 one should object to the barbarous ...

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 May 1871

C'VIH Published every Iaursdhj Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. I of W»al»l»«toK *.••»• A Chapel Strvat. I O KDITOft A N PEOPKIJKTOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLM MT ADTASCM. Aa S it Oopy* ill 0r«(tf to tkii tirtk* •f olab of MTO Subscribers. Of ADVB*nSIliai Mm*- aw 1 900 1100 1400 2000 as 1660 1. I*gal andQovernment advertisements,"!!cents per square110r0th flist insertion, aud 37)4 cents per •inure for ««oh subs qnent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same another party. Payment in all c-ises to be inude in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. I 3. Local Notices, 15 cents per lino to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] 25 cents' obituary notices, 6 cents per line marriage notices 60 cents. |*6. All political, religious or other notices, a corns rline. 8. Special place and double column...

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 May 1871

raMtsned wry n«i»ini Afternoon A St CLOCD, MINN. '$}••'• 'l„Lft *A| Oauspsja ttwrt. nonon AJre^f«o**urro». 3KWTIORI BsszSmWtt' I aa -ai t* ^^32S3SSWK aw 100 in MO 8 4TS •00 -8 WU O TBo, !i**j ..._ SIM M00 4*0 OR 1100 1*00 ess' •5 sooiuc uoo »00ll •to urn 1100 MM MM WOO 1»00 i. a O ii a 7 0 pants p«r iqwr* B* tea tirt laeortioe, and STX cants per in fur wDh^AtfMgt insertion. «. IttDimn.'nrl'T'Tl legaladvertisements are regard**aSouttkbfcrthe cost ef the same, au tow thentoa special agreement to charge the same another aarty. raywentin all cjajato be m«ue iu ndvaiicaorn^n delivery of thoaRdevlt. S. Local Wotleas, IS Mite per 11ne to transient, 10MBU par liue to regular, advertisers.'. 4. Botice of death [simple announcement] 26 ceotv obituary notlees, coats per Hoot marriage notice* Meonts. iv?~! lUi^O BJr*. AU political, religions or other notices, 0 cents or lis*. 0. Special pUeo and doable column advertisements to bo insertedat rates agreed upon. T. Tearlyadvertisers to pay quarter...

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 May 1871

a *rs mm W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, May 11, 1871. ElM'J'OIIIAL BKKV1TIK9, Tho suicide mania appears to be i, followed, or rather accompanied by a series of eold blooded nnd deliberate murders, many of which appear to be committed without the usual motives. But a few evenings since Mr. Putnam, a well known eitisen of New York, was attacked by a ruffian upon the platform of a ear running on a publio street in that city, knocked senseless and theWe back of his skull crushed in, so that ho lived but a short time. Foster, bis assailant, the son of a wealthy eitisen of New York, bad insulted two ladies with whom Mr. Putnam was riding in the street car, and was a stranger to the entire party. After inflicting the iatal blow, Foster passed through the car, which remained in motion, leaving bis victim tying in the street, and eluded eapture for several hours. The people of New York talk of lynching the mur derer, but if they succeed in convicting him in their courts, and thus obtain hi* speedy...

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. — 11 May 1871

4 3 W.B.MITCltfBLL.SDITOB. S 27Ti .3*7 & iiLl 9 BtMsOIUAI. BkUBVWI** TJje wicMo,,*wU tppemtobe followed, or rttlier acoompuried bj a series'^l^li^Jj^d' »nd deliberate mnrdor*, BMOJ rf-^icV^p^t.^^ committed without th» utul motive*. Bat»fow •venjnge ilDCf Mr, Patanat, of A earranaiagon a pablio itrett hi tbtf *y, kaoekad• •»*^wjem VSBSJUA aj^fBtnipW an4 rthe 3 Ji*Jt?a4 hna a *h*4 time. Foster, hie assailant, the aoa of a wealth eitman of New York, had laanlted two ladies ^rtnaja^ajaiy^.in thestreet ear, and wan a strangertothe entire partj. After infUeting the fatal blow, Foster passed through the ear, whieh remained in Motioa, leaving his vietim lying in tho street, and eluded capture for several hours. The people of New York talk of ljnehing the aur- ftp'%»^jm*** -Mm mm? si' TtTA.r.^Of -iMfWfa*. oanfi has -just ••^Wft WHm **f»^si* dayai entirely absorbed in the trial of Mm. I J&VFeir, charged with the murder ot A. P. Chittendeo,» prominent law yer. She has been married four...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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