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W. ii. I E EDITOR.
Thursday, July 20,1871.
UEPUBIilCAN STATE CONVENTION.
The Twelfth Annual Republican State Conven
tion will be held at Sal l'nul, on WEDNESDAY.
TUBTWENTIETUI'VY OF SEPTEMBER A. D!
at 1871. at 12 SI., for the purpose of nominating can
didates for the following Stuto offices to be filled at
tie. next general election, viz
SECRETARY OF STATE.
ATTORNBY GENERAL, mid
TWO ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME
The apportionment of Delegate!, which has been
determined upon, is based upon the- Republican vote
Congressmen in 1870, as follows
One delegate for each 250 vote* or major fraction
thereof and also one for each county at large.
Anoka 3 Grant 1 Redwood 2
Meeker 1 Hennepin 13 Renville, 3
Benton 1 Houston 6 Rice 0
Blue Earth... 0 Isanti 2 Rock 1
Brown 3 Jackson 2 St Louis 3
Big Stouo..... 1 Kanabec 1 Scott.. 2
Oirlton.. 2 Kandiyohi 4 Sherburne. 2
Carver 3 L*ke..._ 1 Bible* 2
Cass ...2 Le Sueur 4 Stearns. 3
Chippewa.... 2 McLeod 8 Swift 1
Chisago 3 Martin 3 Steele 4
Clay 1 Meeker. 3 Stevens 1
Crow Wing.. 2 Mille Lac 1 Todd 2
Cottonwood 2 Morrison 1 Traversa. 1
Dakota 4 Mower 5 Wabasha. 6
Dodge 4 Nicollet 3 Waseca 4
Douglas 3 Olmsted 7 Washington.... 6
Faribault.... 7 Ottertail 3 Watonwan........ 2
Fillmore 8 Pine 2 Winona 7
Freeborn.... 6 Pope 3 Wright..™.. 3
Geodhuu 7 Ramsey 8 Wilkin 1
In view of the recent Legislative apportionment,
by which many new Senatorial Districts are created
without any Republican Committees authorized to
vail nominating conventions therein, the State Cen
tral Committee recommend as follows
In cane where the Senatorial District comprises
nioro than one county, thv Chairman ef the County
Committee in the District shall constitute the Sena
torial District Committee.
Where the Senatorial District comprises but one
county entire, the regular County Committee will
In cases where the Senatorial District includes
only a portion of a county, the chairman of the town
committee embraced in the District shall constitute
the Senatorial District Committee.
The sole duty of the committees appointed as above
is to call the Senatorial District Conventions in their
To facilitate political organization for the coming
campaign, and also to prepare for the Presidential
contest next year, all County Conventions are re
spectfully urged to appoint their County Committees
by electing one active Republican from each town in
the county. Each member of the County Com
mittee should be chairman of the committee for
the town in which he resides. The town couirittee
should be composod of at least one from each school
district, If this method is[g nnrally adopted the
labors of the coining can vans will be greatly simpli
fied, and rendered effective in the biffheat degree.
Every Republican is urgently requested to assist in
reorganizing the party and selecting delegates to the
State Conventiou by attending the primary meetings.
By order of the Republican State Central Com
J. T. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
Dated St. Paul. July 6,1871.
With tbis issue, E JOURNAL steps
into its Fourteenth Year. Since the
early part of 1858, it has been pub
lished regularly, never having missed
single week in thirteen yearn. And
during all tbis time, tbero Ins toe. but
one change of proprietors. This, we
believe, can be said for no other paper
published in Minnesota. Many who
were subscribers thirteen years ago, are
atill subscribers but, in the meantime,
the eircnlation of the paper has quad*
rupled, and is still steadily increasing.
The town has grown from a very small
village to be one of the leading cities
of the State, with a future full of prom
While closing tbe old volume and
opening the new, we would express our
thanks for the continued support which
JOURNAL has received from the peo
le St. Cloud and Northern Minoeso-
nd, indeed, many other portions of
iLi State. The increasing subscription
attests an appreciation of tbe paper
.. ch is highly gratifying. We will
spare DO effort to merit this favor, and
will endeavor to havo each year's num-
bers show a marked improvement over
those of the year before.
THE AGHICUI/rTJRAL, Alfl DRIV
ING PARK ASSOCIATION.
The success of tbe movement for tbe
organization of this Association h«s
been beyond all expectation. A lull
report of the proceedings, so far as they
have progressed, is given in our local
columns. Up to last evening, about
nine thousand dollars in stock had been
subscribed—an amount very nearly
double what the most sanguine had
considered it possible to obtain. Our
citizens have taken hold of the project
with an enthusiasm which is both cred
itable and gratifying. All seem to
realize the benefit which would result
from such an organization to the oity
and the county at large. Indeed, it is
reasonable to nuppose that other counties
than Stearns will beeome interested in
the contemplated fairs, and will bring
here there products for display and their
choice stock to compete for premiums.
An adjourned meeting ol the stock-
holders will be held this evening to elect
officers, and to make the first payment
often per eent. on the stook subscribed.
This will put the Association at oneo in
working shape. The capital at its com
will enable it to purchase track
of eighty acres within a half mile or
mile of the city limits, fence the
land, prepare a mile-track, erect all nec
essary buildings, and put tho grounds
in the best condition for the use of
the Association and for the holding of
lairs. We hope to be able to announce
next week that steps have been taken
for the organization of a County
Agricultural Society. It is now the
duty of farmers in different locali
ties to take hold. The business men
of St, Cloud are ready to carry the
heavy end of the burden, and offer
grounds, all ready for a fair, free of
cost to the County Society. Will the
farmers consult their own interests and
Much credit is due tbe committer—
Messrs. Coates, Carter and Haywr.rd—
jr the energy they have displayed in
obtaining subscriptions of stick.
CHE Democrats are on tho look-out
for a candidate for Governor this fall.
Among the names mentioned are Ara
Barton, Member of the liouse from
North field, who made the funny speeoh
last winter against the Land Division
Bill Hon. E. M. Wilson, late Member
of Congress from this District and
Hon. 11. T. Welles, of Minneapolis
With a popular candidate on tho Re
publican ticket, tbo Democracy have
not the ghost of a chance of success in
the State but with Governor Austin
as the nominee, the result would be
ON Sabbath evening Rev. Mattocks
preached a memorial sermon in tbe
T^fclr nPresbyterlan Church, St. Paul
tha Oldest church building but .ono in
It bas been in ore for
years but has now b-v
THtfi JTR5W YORK RIOT.
Fuller reports of tho riot io New
York city on Wednesday last—con
cerning which dispatobes were re "eived
just in time for a few linos in our last
issuer-give the number of killed at
thirty-two wounded, ninety-two. Of
these one hundred and thirty, many
went to tho scene with murder in their
hearts, and richly merited their fata
but oot a few were innocent lookers on,
and some were yi .(servers of tbe peaoe.
This riot was a deliberate premedi-
tated affair, and as wicked and crimi
nal as it was premeditated. It was a
natural outgrowth of the corruption
which extends from center to circum-
ference of the municipal government of
that most Democratic of all Democrat
ic cities. Mayor Hal! encouraged tbo
mob by denying to the Orangemen a
right which justly belongs to Ameri
can? everywhere in this country—the
right of peaceable procession. Hi
guilt glares out in tbe sight of tbe
world, aud is without palliation. Gov.
Hoffman is both blamed and praised
It is charged that he knew of all the
facts on Monday, but took no meas
ures to preserve the peace until mid
night of Tuesday. This may or may
not be true but Gov. Hoffman certain-
ly actei promptly and nobly when he
did aot. That he is universally de
nounced by Tammany leaders and the
roughs generally of New York that he
has been burned in effiry, and that his
portraits have been torn down by these
same Ward "repeaters" and cut-throats,
are very strong evidences that be was
in tbo right. Honor to whom honor
Great damage has been done
throughout this State during the past
two weeks by storms of wind and hail.
In tbe Minnesota Valley, on the 7th,
scores of farmers had their entire crops
destroyed. Houses wero unroofed, and
trees were blown down snd splintered by
thousands. The loss is very heavy, and
many farmers, who were already in
debt, feel mueh depressed. Relief
meetings are being held at Mankato
On the 16th a storm swept through
Steele county, with results scarcely less
disastrous. 'Crops were beaten down
and out to pieces. At Owstonns one
third of the iron roof of Lowth & Har-
ris' foundry was carried away tbe up
per portion of the National Hotel was
moved off and many other build-
ings were injured.
On the same day a storm, though
not so severe, visited Scott county.
A LL Saturday night, all day Sunday,
and all night again that night, an army
of workmen were busy, at forty cents
an hour, laying the track o! the Minne-
apolis and White Bfar Road, from tbe
St. Paul and Pacific Railroad bridge to
the depot on Second street in Minne
apolis, At 9 o'clock on Monday
morning tho new track was securely
laid in front ot Suspension Bridgo, and
about a block beyond. Connect ion is
thus made with White Bear Junction
and Stillwater, and with Dulutb. The
News says the reason for hurrying
the work was the fear of an injunction,
as many citizens were dissatisfied with
having the road cross Bridge Square
in front of the Suspension Bridge.
On Monday afternoon anin'un.otion
was served prohibiting the running
of cars between Bridge Square and the
Suspension Bridge, but it has been dis
regarded. Meanwhile the road is being
pushed forward and the track will soon
be laid through Second street to the
Company's premises in the Fourth
ST. PAUL is quite lively with elope
ments. On Saturday—the ssmo day
on which Mrs. Berkman vanished with
Simmons, tho milk peddler,—Mr. Pots-
geisser found that his wife had* "gone
where the woodbine twineth" with
some man whose name tbe papers do
oot give. Like prudent woman, sho
took with her about $400 in ready cash
which her husband had succeeded in
saving during past years. Another
instance of the "inhuman treatment"
of wives by their husbands.
MR. LOUIS E FISHER, who for sev-
enteen years has been editor of the St
Paul Pioneer, completed bis fiftieth
year yesterday. In token of this, he
w«s presented by the Pioneer Company
with a splendid gold watch and chain
and by the employees of the office
a gold-headed cane. We tend'er
Fisher our hearty coogrstuhv
many golden evidences
son had the
is to be built at once.
"sold, to converted into sto-rs, aid I dwplayed a degree of enterprise which
tho congregation goes to a new church. I should meet with ample reward.
hope tbe coming yesrs ms hring him
W I E at work he Duluth gran
ite quarrj on V\iQ%yt
spot on the top of
a a a
is abl** JQ around again.
ON Monday evening of last week,
.dr. C. Woodbury, an old gentleman
end a leading citizen of Anoka, was ter
rible gored by a bull. He lived until
ON Saturday, Thomas (better known
as "Tad") Lincoln, the youngest sjn
of the late President Lincoln, died in
Chicago, of dropsy of the heart. He
was eighteen years old.
I VE hundred men are employed on
the ex ten ion ot the Wioona and St.
Peter Railroad between St. Peter ai.d
New Uim, and the depot at St. Peter
An Englishman proposes to preserve
fresh, meat for exportation by dipping it in
Wo think wo havo tried beefsteak
preserved that way, at various snd di
vers hotels. The "fluid" seemed to
havo struck clear through.
HE St. Paul Pioneer office bas re
ceived a new donble cylinder power
press, the first ever brought into the
Stato. The Pioneer came ear Tuesday
enlarged to a mammoth sheet of tea col
inuii. to the page. Its publishers have
"REMOT E FROJITIKR"
The Alexandria Post has a well
considered article on tho Governorship,
from which wo extract the following
"We b.tHev.' ypo express tbe feeling
of'a vast majority of the Republican
party iu tbis country when we say that
we are opposed to (ho re-nomination of
Horace Austin at the coming State con
vention. For this op osition w« havo
various reasons, of whicn we ma spec
»ty ono or two.
"We are satisfied that in nominating
Austin the Republican party of the
Stato would be taking a greater risk
than we ought to do at this time. No
ono ean iorget tho scant majority by
which he reached his position in 1869
Then- wero strong reasons for oppos
ing him then. These reasons are now
intensified, and many new once add
"Gov. Austin is not the mm we want
to do full justice to our portion of the
State. His views as to our needs and
wants, though they be honest, are mis
taken. He is not our friend, and will
not have at heart the best interests of
the large frontier portion of the State,
which more than any other needs tbe
executive. Hi* acts have already prov
ed tho truth of tbis assertion
—The August Galaxy has a
lengthy article on the "Mediterranean
Solar Eclipse." "The Burdens of
War, and "Tenement Life in New
York' are interesting "Signature
Hunting" gives a spicy history of
adventures among distinguished people
whose autographs wero wanted. "Lady
Judith" and "Ought we to visit Her
are continued. Sheldon & Co, pub
lishers, New York.
—The July number of the Press, a
finely illustrated quarterly, has been re-
ceived. Of the illustrations, "Dante's
Franeesca" and "The Priest of the
Alps" are full-page. There are three
others. How this publication is fur-
nished at fifty cents a year we do not
understand. Horton & Leonard,
THB LAST ALDIKX A Lova STOHT."
By George Sand.
T. B. Peterson & Brothers, Phila
delphia, have issued this book by this
celebrated author. It is entirely new
and will doubtless meet with large
sale. It will be mailed by tho pub
lishers on the receipt of seventy-five
ARRANGEMENTS have been made
for the exchange of postal money or-
ders between the United States and
Great Britain. It is proposed to effeet
similar arrangements with Germany.
Let Norway and Sweden be also added
to tbe list.
•". •".LLJ Wg»g
—The Little Corporal for July is
a model number. Mrs. Miller's new
story begins well, and will be read with
delight by all the bojs snd girls.
John E. Miller, pubbsher, Chicago, 111.
THE census just completed shows that
the entire population of England, Ire
land, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Is-
lands and Isle of Man, including the
army, navy and merchant marino
abroad, is: males, 15 549,271, females,
19,lG7,P j7 total, 41,609,710. Pre-
pon£erance of females over males is 718
UB difficulty between Stillwater
and udson has been amicably settled,
and the bridge will be built across
Lake St. Croix without opposition.
—Destructive swarms of grasshop-
pers are reported in Renville county,
and are making a clean sweep an.ong
the fields and gardens. Although
their presence bas beeu of short aura,
tion, the damage inflicted bas been sen
om and fears are entertained that the
region will be dovasted.
—The future Emperor and Empress
of Germany were snubbed by Queen
Victoria, on the ocoasion of their recent
visit to England. Her Majesty refused
to take them in at any of her palaces
and they were obliged to lodge with a
—Tho municipal elections which
take place in Paris on the 20th inst
will probably be favorable to the general
government. Some of tho journals
report that President Thiers and Gam-
botta are negotiating for the estab-
lishment of a moderate republio.
«—On Tuesday night burglars broke
i'lito the house of Fitzgerald, at
Wabashaw, who had just reoeived
$700. A boarder named Elliott, sup
posed to be Fitzgerald, was seized and
beaten so that it is
red be will
die. No money was obtained.
—At about 10 o'clock on Tuesday
night the steamer Joseph Barber, run
ning between Chicago and St. Joseph,
Mich left the latter port with a cargo
of Iruit. At night when about thirty
five miles from St. Joseph, the Bather
was discovered to be on fire, and in a
a few moments she was completely en
veloped io flames. Two persons are
missing. Tho other passengers were
—Troy his received an order for six
teon slabs of bell metal, to weigh one
hundred pounds each, from some monks
who have built a churoh on one of the
peaks of the Andes. They have con
structed a furnace, and intend to cast a
bell from the metal after the slabs have
been taken up the mountains on the
backs of mules.
—Prince Shotidz^u nephew of tho late
Tycoon of Japan, a fine,intelligent youth
of sixteen years with a retinue of nine-
teen pert ons, has arrived at San Fran
cisco en route to New England to be
—The police of London dispersed
meeting in Hyde Park, the objeot of
which was emigration from the United
Kingdom. This was rendered neces-
sary by tho noise and coa fusion inci
dent to 'be proceedings
—It is rumored that M. Farvre will
retire from the Ministry if Foreign
Affairs, and be succeeded by Duke de
—The salt works at Belle Plain
premise to provo failure.
—Tho Litchfield post office bas
been uiado a money older office.
—Pilots affirm that the Mississippi
is lower and more troublesome .than it
has been for ten years, at tbis season.
A young man named Georgo
Hcokulby was dn.wut-d in the Mimitsii.
|i, ub »ve St. Puul, on Saturday night
E G. Rice, uerr Muntorviile, h-s
his granary, stable and carriage house
by fire on Friday.
A boy named Andrew Anderson
was drowned at Red Wing on Sabbath
afternoon while bathing in the river.
—The Anoka Union suys tbe house
ot D. I. King was entered by burglar"
on Muuday, in broad daylight, WUM
stole $70 in greenbacks.
—The Tribune says the new iron
works of Sohoenberger & Bryant, at
Dulutb, arc nearly completed, and the
machinery is running.
—During tbe storm on Wednesday
tha Floral Hall for the State Fair, on
the grounds near St. Paul, was blown
-—A little daughter of Geo. B.
Wright, the well known Minneapolis
surveyor, fell yesterday while at play
and broke her arm.
—The bridge over the Mississippi «t
Winona and Hastings, on the lineot
the St. Paul and Chicago railroad, will
bo completed by tbe -5th of September.
—Dominiok Sheler, a farmer of
Belvidere, Goodhue county, was thrown
from his wagon on Saturday, striking
on his head. Almost instant death en
A man named Joseph Sebell, a
laborer on the farm of Mr C. Oehrlein,
of New Canada, near St. Paul, com
mitted suicide on Monday, by outting
—Tbe break at St. Anthony has
been almost surrounded by a coffer
dam. It is expected that tbe mills
which are now idle, will be running nex\
—Fourteen buildings were destroyed
by fire in Winona last week Sundiy
nipht, three Tuesday, two Thursday
night one, and Saturday afternoon
—Tbo trial of John T. Dickinson at
Jacks (Judge Wait presiding) fcr
the murder of John Baldwin io May
last, resulted in the acquittal of the
—The Rochester Post s%ys that
while a family named Von Warner
wero moving form Haverhill to Wis*
consin, a little child fell from the wag
on under tbe wheel and was killed.
—Jacob Hilderband, of Stillwater,
while attempting to jump on the cars
at St. Paul when they were in motion,
had his foot so badly crushed on Friday
that amputation was necessary.
—Martin W. Cook, ol Rochester,
recently sustained a severe scalp
wound, and broke three of bis ribs,
by falling uvtr an obstruction, while
parsing from his bouse to the stable
in the dark.
—The Rochester Reco-d nays that
while a little step-son of Fred Sieffert,
of Farmington, was amusing himself
around a horse-power used in digging
a well, his leg was nearly crushed off
near tbe knee. He has since died.
—Oa Saturday Mrs. Emma Berk
man, of St. Paul, whose husband keeps
a news stand oo Jackson street, ner
Seventh, eloped with a married man,
B. F. Simmons, of New Caoada,a ven
der of laoteal fluid.
—J McDonald, of Linesboro, at-
tempted to go down into a well, for a
nail, by dinging to the stones on the
side, but slipped and fell forty feet,
sustaining no injury beyond a small cut
on the head.
A oonpany has been organised at
St. Paul to manufacture brick by
steam. The works are within four
miles of Minneapolis, near Cedar Lake
Station. The brick machine was
built at Chillioothe, Ohio, at a cost of
—The Transcript says mueh ex*
citement was caused at Lyle by the
forcible abduotionof a granddaughter
of Mr Tubbs by her step-father, nam
ed Strunk. The child was taken to
Iowa, where Strunk *and the child's
motber now live.
A fire broko out on Saturday af
ternoon in a stable of Wm. Richardson
near corner of Second and Johnson
street in Winona, and swept toward
the levee, burning two barns, four
warehouses and one store, with a quan
tity of grain. Loss, $10,850 insur-
—The time for the trial of agricul
tural Machinery, is set to commonee
July 26th. The trial includes reaping,
mowing, plowing and other maebines.
The grounds selected are in the imme
diate vicinity of Owatonna. The trial
is to continue ten days or two weeks.
—Right of way through the city of
Red Wing haa been granted to the St.
Paul & Chicago Railway under strin
gent regulations regarding grades and
repairs upon the streets and levee
crossings are to be planked, and speed
not above fonr miles an hour.
—Track laying on the main line of
the St. Paul & Pacific roa£ is progress-
ing, and as soon as the side track and
other work is completed to open the
Hue of traffic to the new atatioo of
••Randall," the march to R»d River
will progress at the rate of a mile a
—The Faribault Republican says
Mrs. Godfrey, living near Cannon City,
was thrown from a wagon end danger
ously injured..—..Major Litimer, of
the 4th Tj. S. Cavalry, who baa
been stationed at Faribault for three
years as a military instructor of the
cadets at Shattuek School, has been
ordered to Texas.
—Dtaths in New York for tho past
week were 857, and in Brooklyn .846,
both showing a heavy increase.
VOR THE WHOLE AT ATE.
The strong point made by the Wi-
nona RepMican agaiasttbe division(f
the internal improvement lands last
winter for railroad purposes was that
the distribution would bo for tbe ex
clusive benefit of a few points io tbe
State to the exclusion ot others, and
not being of any benefit to tha whole
State Gov. Austin was justified in ve
toing the bill.
His the /lrpu'licann.n\ the peopl
of Wiuooa, wnose sentiments it is sup-
posed to represent, been consistent in
the principle envoi»ed We think not.
No paper nor people of the State have
been more craving and clamorous for
appropriations for Normal School propos
es than the Republican and the citi
zens of Winona. One half tbe money
•xpeud' on the liMing there, would
have ereoied a housj Urge tnd commo
dious enough, but to satisfy a loo
pride which other oitisens of the State
did not share with them, eve'y wint.r
(hoy builied and bored the Legislature
for large appropriations to adorn and
embellish tbe building far out of pro
portion to tbe wealth and resources of
the State. About $77,000, over and
above the cost of the school building at
this place, have been extorted from tbe
treertity, Winona alone being the ben
eficiary. Is tbis what the Republican
ealht leid-lation for the whole State
Last winter an approprittion of more
than $10,000 for the Winona Normal
School received the Governor's signa
ture, while a like appropriation for the
St. Cloud school was vetoed. Is that
legislation for the whole State Fur
ourrent expenses also the Wioona school
received $8,000 per annum, while
the other schools received only $5,000.
And this wss not on account of a mul
tiplicity of teachers, but because tbey re
ceive higher salaries. Is this legislation
tor tho whole State or for Winona
LAT S HKWS ITBMS.
—Thermometer at Pittsburgh, 105.
—The Delaware peach crop this sea-
son will be the largest for years.
—•The effective strength of the
French army is 130,000 men
—Ravaging armies of loeuata are re
ported from tb.M southwestern states.
-—The murderer of Marshal Prim *f
Spain has been arrested.
—The Austrian government has fi
nally ratified tbe naturalisation treaty
with the United States.
—J W Douglass has been appoint
ed Commissioner of Internal Revenue,
vice Gen. Pleasanton, removed.
—It is believed that Foster, the New
York muderer, will esoipe hanging
A party of soldiers and citizens io
Ariziiia followed anl killed fifty-six
—Red Cbud, the Sioux chief
threatens to drive all whites from the
vicinity of Fort Laramie.
—At the twelfth shot Curley Walk
a notorious cattle thief and desper
do, wan killed by Capt. Womple,
ft Fort Dodge, some days ago.
—During last week 4,236 imm's
grants lsnded at Castle Garden. The
whde number of immigrants landed in
New York thus far the present year is
120,447, against 138,198 last season.
the recent vote in Massachu-
setts, 205 towns prohibit the sale of
malt liquors, and 30 towns permit it
—Quite a number of New York newt-
paper reporter* acu-d as special police
men, and marched at the head of the
—President Thiers announces that
the siege of Paris will shortly be raised,
and the seat of government removed
A terrible hurrieane visited St. Jo-
seph, Mo., on Friday oight. Houses
wero unroofed and prostrated. Five
persons were kill «d by lightning and
timbers, and many wounded.
—Gortchakoff has expressed to a
deputa-ion of the American Evangelical
Alliance the sympathy of the l'z I
with the object ot their prayers, vis
Tbe advancement of the cause of relig
ious liberty in Russia.
—Therunning horse Longfellow won
the Saratoga eup on Friday. His time
on the first mile was 1:40 The en-
tire distance, two and a quarter miles,
was made in 4.02},
—I the Assembly at Paris on
Saturday, the Government announced
that proceedings had commenced in tbe
courts against the purchasers of arms
in the United States for malfeasance in
S Brenderger, private secretary
to Jeff. Davis during tho war, was ar
rested at San Francisco last week for
forgtog cheek for one hundred and
fifty dollars He tried to drown him
self while being arrested, by jumping
from a vessel, but was rescued.
A child was born at Manchester,
Yt., on Tuesday whioh weighed only
24 ouoces, but was perfectly formed,
and hopes are entertained of in living.
Its face can be almost covered by ao
old-fashioned eent, and a Wdy'e finger
ring can be slipped on tbe arm.
—Mrs Murdoek, wife of F. B. Mar-
dook, editor ot the Colorado msa*)
Times, wbo cut the throat of one of her
children and then her own, during
a fit of insanity, died from the effects of
her wounds oo Sunday last. to a
frw hours previous to her death it was
sop. o* she iuld recover.
—Three professional burglars, having
hired tbe basement of the house n«xt
to the United States bonded warehouse
ot Henrsn Juries, in Greenwhioh street,
where $250,000 were deposited, were
busilv engaged Saturday afternoon cut
ting through the walls. The porter
h««rd the noise raised by tbe operations
and gave the alarm. Tbe bunrfars fled,
but one of tbem, calling him elf Wm.
King, was captured after a desperate
ADDRESS O E POPE
On tbe 8th alt., at Rome, the Pope
held a consistory, at which he recog
nised the Bishops of Siebo, in Hungary,
of Oporto, in Portugal, and ot St. Jago
in Cape DeVerdes, and afterwards pub-
lished the nomination made since last
month, in a briot'of the patriarch of
Lisbon and of the Bi hops of Braguagc
and Myranda, Portugal and of the
Bishops of Mezo and Eluse in Par
ibus. He then addressed the Sa-
cred College in Latin elocution,
which announced his decision in those
"We are, very dear brothers, in the
hands of Divine Providence. We
have nothing to expect from human
aid, for man has abandoned
he Beat Stove in Oae.
PIONEER HARDWARE STORE
W. S W O W E
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Stoves and Tinware,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c.
Also, a full stock of
IRON, STEEL, NAILS, GLASS, &C.
We keep constantly on hand a good assortment of
BELLOWS, PETER WRIGHT'S ANVILS, VISES,
S S E E O SO O S S O E S
Among whioh are the COSMOPOLITAN, HOME TREASURE PROTECTOR, &o.
Prom the manufactory of Laraway, Perin & Co., Minneapolis, which we will war
rant in every particular.
Genuine John Deere Moline Plows.
We manufacture all kinds of
Tin, Copper, and Sheet-Iron Ware,
Which we will guarantee to sell at as low prices as any Btore in the State.
Stoek at REDUCED PRICES.anrf will defy competition for ASH.
Burbank & Powell's Blook, St. Qermainstreet, ST. CLOUD, MINN
CHA8 F. POWELL *H 43 WM. O W E LL
O* I*»fayett« Avenue, near the Bridge, St. Cloud.
S E E N S O N & O
Would beg leave to inform the public that they are now about ready to commmenee
the manufacture of
STOVES, PLOWS AND MACHINE CASTINGS
Of every description, and will be ready, in a few days, to ezeoute all orders for work
in the Metal or Brass Casting and Fitting line. Particular attention given to
Repairing Steam Engines, Mills and Farm Machinery.
A full assortment of STOVBS, PLOWS AWD FAEMINO IMPLEMENTS on hand at our Ware
house on Washington avenue, north of the Central House, for sale LOW
and Warranted to give satisfaction.
W a a a S
And will poon have on hand an assortment of Stoves, Plows, &c, of our own manufac
lurei Especial attention will be given to fitting up and repairing old stoves.
Our friends and the public are invited to give us a call.
St. Cloud, June 12, 1871. vl3n48 STEVlfiNSON & CO.
should wo dissemble It is better I
should tell you that things and govern,
ments, forg«t»ing their promise, L'ave
us to our lute. They have addressed
us in fine phrases, the? sent us the
warmest congratulations on the day oi
juh'lee, but they are far from tukins a
*tep in support of the message?. We
ean hope tor no help from any quarter.
Kin* Victor Emanuel will b.- here in a
few days and 11 be attended by min
isters of Catholic States. We have
done all that was in our po wcr but tbe
efforts failed. All is lost. You wi 1
tell me perhaps, that we have still hop?
in France. France can do nothing. S»
is going through a frightiul crisis which
may be succeeded by others yet more
dreadful. I repeat it, all is lust, and
only a miracle ean save us. Turo then
to the Almighty and seek this inter
position from Him."
HBKRT W A BEKOHBR ON LOVF"
—"Love springing from that part of the
mind which is nearest to Grod, in sym
pathy with the spiritual and eternal, ia
an electrical connection with heaven
itself, and emits its flashes and its iu
apiratiooa. None can truly and wholly
love, except those whose life is the un
folding of their whole nature on the
plane of Christianity. A full and per
feet love, then, is one io which two na
tures match caoh ether in every faculty,
so that moral life reciprocal so that
thought-life is interchangeable so that
taste-life is harmonious so that affect*
ional life is competitive and stimulat-
ing and so that all the undor-facuhie.
are sobered and trained, and brough
into unison, by the religious nature.
Two full beings, each provocative of al
that is true, and sweet, and right,. an
kind, and noble—:hese are, in the di
vine -tense, Lvers."— Overland Month
h»a s» s»
-—Last week, near Suuthport, Iodi
ana, a farmer was decapitated by a
mowing maetrne, on bis premises. A
the time oi the accident the man wa
examining some ition of the machine
which had got out of gear, when tb
hones attached suddenly started, can
og the blade to revolve, one of then
striking the man in the back of tbe
neek, severing the hea I frum the bodj
as though guillotined. A youthful
son of the deceased witnessed the ter
rible accident, and, dumb with horror,
grasped the bead by the hair and ran
with it into-his mither's prfsence.
A weak invention of tbe enemy
Boarder—"Thb tea seems very weak,
Mrs. Skimp." Landlady—" Weil, 1
s» guess it mutt be the wat weather. I
W waa Eve .not afraid of the teel weak myself io fact, everybody
menak* 7—Became ahe'd Adam. oomplaina."
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Experience of Successful Advertisers,
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GEO. P. ROWEL &C0.
Advertising Ageats. Publishers aud dealers in all
kinds of Printers' Material*,
So. 1 Pstrlc Hour, New Vorlc.
E WILL, PA AUEST S A SALARY
of 930 per and ex| ensos, orallow a
large commission, to sell out new and wonderful in
ventiona. Addrttt M. Wogner Co. Marshall, Mich
«£QQC A MONTH. Horse aid Carriage fur
\ftO£i\J nished. Expenses paid. U.Shaw, Alfred
Iron and Brass Founders
Stationary and Portable
GrANG A N I A
APLEWOOD INSTITUTE for young
ladies, Pitt-field, Mass., luop and widely known
for great beauty of location and superiority of In
struction. R«v. C.V. SPEAR, Principal.
I S A E
Fine Engravings and Choice Reading
For Home, Sunday-Schools and Trav
Address AMERICAN TRACT P0CTF.TT,
160 Nassau Street, New York.
HOW, W WHERE
SEND FOB PRICES.
GEE & HARDENBERGH
l. H. LOCKWOOP, Sup't.
PIONEER WAGON SHOP.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS,
LIGHT WAGONS, BUGGIES,
CUTTERS, SLEr 8, &o.
All work made from the very best mate
rial, and fully warranted Prices reason
able. Parties needing anyth'ng in my line
will do well to ^ive me a call.
Special attention paid to REPAIRING.
H. W. WEARY.
Lake Street, rear of Montgomery ft West's
THE LARGEST AND BEST
IN TriE CITY.
INTO W O 'it, N
I A S Of S
A splendid PALL and WINTER stock of
Furs, &c, &c.
CASTORS, &c, &c.
GOBLETS, CUPS, &c
A Stock of
Plated Dinner and Tea Knives, Car
vimj Knivesand Forks, Call Bells,
&c, dec, rf-c,
A splendid stock of the Celebrated
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS,
The Beet, and Cheapest Clock Ever Made.
A FEW VERYFINE POCKET KNIVES
SPECTACLES, AND EYE GLASSES,
in gold, silver, and steel bows.
Don't fail to look through my slock
be/ore purchasing elsewhere.
Goods sent to any part of the
country by mail or express.
ORDERS FROM A DISTANCE WILL
RECEIVE PROMPT AND CARE-
ALL KINDS OF
Repairing and Engraving
KXBCDTED IN THE BEST MANNBB.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
A. W. BUSH.
St. Cloud, June I, 1871.
TOE HOME SHUTTLE
S E W I N A I N E
The Home 8huttle Sewing Machine has
met with universal favor, wherever intro
duced. It is unsurpassed aecombining per
fection of operation,
Btauty and Simp icily of Construction, and
The Scientific American, of August 12th,
1868, says of it:
"This invention relates to a new shuttle
sewing machine and consists in so com
bining with caoh other an oscillating shut
tle driver, a double cam feed motion, and a
slotted plate for moving the needle up and
down, that in one machine the main ad
vatanges of minv different kinds of sew
ing machines are combined, whereby a
complete and satisfactory operation as well
as great simplicity of eonstruction can be
They are sold at'about
of other first-class machines. And in pla
ces where thev have been introduced, art
taking the lead of all others.
Those who are thinking of purchasing
will please call and examine the machine
ar.il its operation. MRS. P. LAMB,
13-4'J-3m St. Cloud.
Hats and Caxs
Boots and Shoes,
O I N
This ia the largest and best selected atock in this upper country.
Every person in want of anything
In these lines of goods, will do we to
Examine this Stock Before Purchasing.
I desire to call especial attention to my stock of
a ad in
As I am satisfied it is the
Largest, Best and Cheapest in the city.
Broker'sBlock.Burbank's OldStand, St. Cloud,Minn.
A. W. BUSH,
DEALER IN FINE
WATCHES & JEWELRY
An article fox nnlrcr
si uso I For tiling or
timling Books, Miign
7iuv, Papers, Mnaic, ger
moos. Vlaauscripts, ftc-,
ST^EeuHinJoSrstoresTnd N*ws Stands, or seod
•tamp for ciicnlars, or 25 cents for snmp!e. saying
where yon saw tbisadvertisement,toBB1QBT SIDE
CO., Manulhctorcrs, Chicago 111,
A Full Assortment of
in Gold and Silver Oases, constantly on
Swiss & English Watches
In Great Variety.
RICH, SOLID GOLD
OP VERY DESCRIPTION.
Solid, Sterling Silver
CARD GASES, &c.
A complete assortment of ROGERS'
Farm fbr Sale.
undersigned offers for sale a good
farm of 160 acres, on the north and of
Maine Praire, about
FOURTEEN MILES FROM ST. CLOUD.
Sixty acres are timber, the balance prai
rie an I meadow, and the whole enclosed
with a good fence thirty acres being under
cultivation- On the premises is a
GOOD COMFORTABLE HOUS E
with stables, granary aud storehouse twa
good wells, and other improvements. This
farm is directly on the main road from St.
Cloud to Forest City, and will be sold
cheap. Inquire at this office, or of
J. S. DAM,
On thv premises.
S E E O S O E S
E. fc H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
691 Broadway, New York,
Invito the attention of the Trade to their extensive
assortment or the above coeds, of their own publica
tion, nai.ufacture and importation.
PHOTO LANTERN SLIDES
HEW TIEWS Of YOSEMTE.
E. rf B. r. ANTBOirr at CO.,
691 Broadway, New York
Importers and Mannfactor"'*'
W I E E E
Ten Million Seedlings, at $100 for one
hundred thousand. A very hardy, rartM
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spreading foliage, distributed by bewii^
ing spray, gives it an enchanting beauty
bard to excel.
Multitudes of Forett Tret*, and Evergreen*
without number, 26 Varieties. WtsT" Our
prices are less than ONE HALF the ordinary
Nursety rates. Large descriptive Catalogue,
containing much valuable information,
mailed for 10 cents. Address,
PINNET A LAWRENCE,
o28-4m Sturgeon Bay, Door Co., Wis.
3 3 S
is the plana to find what you want in the
Cooking Utensils, House-.
and Fancy Goods of every description and
of the latest styles.
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