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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 17 October 1867

••','.-••.- I O A I 49-Th Circulatio or he a la OOVBLS at of a other paper published above St. A ^Falla Lot Advertiser* remember is ttjSt*5** We wouldrcspectfully request all businessmen and others wishing any kind GRAND REPUBLICAN MEETING! LET EVERYBODY GO Friday Evening, at Court House. I TOWN.—Dr. J. D. Pettijohn, Kirk Kinney and Geo. Thacker, of Pope county and J. G. Canfield, of Stevens county, are in town for to-morrow's Republican District Convention. OUTRAGEOUS.—The State Board of Equal ixation has added twenty*five per cent, to the valuation of personal property in Stearns county. This is simply outrageous and unjustifiable. The assessment was al ready heavy enough, and this addition by the State Board is without excuse. FOR TEXAS.—Hon. Baldwin Olmstead, one of the oldest settlers in the State, has gone with family to Texas. Addison Gilmore proposes starting in a few days for the same State. ELECTED.—We learn that Prof. Robert J. Cromwell, of whom we lately made men tion po...

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. — 17 October 1867

—-MeCleUaa has engaged bis passage to America for the first week in Novem ber. —Professor James De Mille, of Hslt Ar Nova Scotia, the author of the "Dodge Club," has written a sorial •Oral for Barpert' Bazar. —A shooting affray occurred last week between a joang man named Charlej and a saloon keeper. The latter was •hot in the leg, and Mr. C/s head cut open with a brick. —The Copperheads in the Went re pudiate the National debt. The Presi dent repudiates the collection of the revenue. If both had their way in what a charming condition we should be! —Notwithstanding all her pacific assurances, Franoo is arming with the utmost activity. By many it is now reared that Franoo may precipitate a war before the close of the year. —"I wonder were these olouds are going sighed Flora, pensively, as she pointed with her delicate finger to the beavy masses that floated in the sky. "I think thoy are going to thunder," •aid her yonng brother. —The London Time* regards the death ot Sir Fredrick Bra...

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. — 24 October 1867

THE JOURNAL IATILT "ta« MMOdUT," PablUocd every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,.MINN. *amdctapei Street. I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N rp I /A"ADVANCE An extra copy will be tent gratia to the gettit tip I •f sclubul toil subscriber*. A E S O A I S I N 1 2 1Oo| 1 50 1 74 2Si 2 JO 2 to 836j 475 4 76 7 00 6 00 9 0v 76 1126 1100 16 61 3w 2 00 Sit) 160 6 26 923 UOO Sqasr* col, a mo. 13 mo. 3 75 5 00 6 25 .2 0 1. Lojal kiid »or»rnnien0t0iO,vcrUjeiuont,75 ceutsper qatro for th« ttr-it insertion, a*a 31}£c*nta par Square for each sutwenusut insertion, 2 Attorneys ordering iu legal advertisements are regarded as uocouutablo for the cost of the same, un less tlioro is special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment iu all cases to be made iu advance or upon t'a'ivvry of the affidavit. 3 Local notice*,16 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per lino to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of death simoU' announcement] 25 cents obituary notices, 5 cents per liue marria...

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. — 24 October 1867

ike 4Sfcnii §mrnal W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, October 24 1887 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, WILLIAM R. MARSHALL. Far Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS H. ARMSTRONG lor Secretary of State, HENRY C. ROGERS. For State Treasurer, SMIL MUNCH. For Attorney General, P. R. E. CORNELL. Third Senatorial District. For Senator, CHARLES A. OILMAN. For Representatives, J. D. CARR, of Stearns County, J. 0. D. PETTIJ011N, of Pepe Co. S a Fcr Treasurer, JAMES HALL. For County Attorney, L. W. COLLINS. For Register ofDeeds, JOHN ZAPP. For Sheriff, PETER T. SAFFORD. For Surveyor, NOEL. M. P. For Judge of Probate, ORLAN FARWELL. For Coroner, TH0MA8 C. ALDEN. For Commissioners, TRUMAN PARCHER, of 4th Dist. W. H. BLAISDELL, of 5th Dist. I aw' THK JUBOTjaUCAM TICKET The Republican District and Coun- ty Conventions on Friday last were the best attended of any ever held in this eity—every town being represented in the County Convention and every County in that for the District. The action was harmonious thro...

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. — 24 October 1867

I O S A 1 49-Th* Cl*e«l»ttem mi VUm Jemrsml is OOVBUB tte»t *f emy .titer paper p*Wllak«d It Amtk*»jr i»»II« I*t Adrarttiera tkla. businessmen and others willing any Mud JOfc Prllftllg, ea»and«xa»iii* our «x ?H«IV««OC* o/3T«p Materialjutt rettwtd torn the east, before eenehnyto St. Paul orgo ngeUewhere. Our Job Office it note on$ of he best in tkt State, and *»*o work which we viflfMHMfiN satisfactory, at St. rail trlcei itTT g«aluy»chooUIUr»oTalo»t»rtice. EaLABOBD.—The Austin Remitter has beta enlarged to aa eight-column paper, and looks as "Beat as a pin." Is the im provement oa account of "that baby," Bro. Davidson, or the premium job print ing! Goon BTB.—0. 8. Pease, of the Anoka Union, committed matrimony last week. May that hoasehold never be otherwise than peaceful. Hors.—M. W. Bhnlts, of Mlaaeapolis, •kipped this week 2,800 pounds of hope to Chicago. Why is aot this more generally aa item of export? Thousaads of dollars could easily be made if the culture of hops was properl...

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. — 24 October 1867

l*v,- W*W* amikM COM At DIRT. Bread and butler arc considered the •toff of life they furnish sufficient nu- trition to support the human system. But wo may prune still closer and say, Indian corn will do this alone. Com contains from three to four times the amount of oil which we find in wheat —•ome varieties, like the yellow eight rowed, and the small pop-corns. The oil here will make up for lack of butter in the "staff of life." The other ma terials are abundant, such as starch, and nitrogenous or muscle-forming mut ter. But not in all varieties. The Tuscarora, and some of the white corns, contain less oil, and more starch, &i. But most of the corns contain a greater amount of tho ingredients necessary to support animal life than any other one grain. It is hence that corn has as aumed the importance that we see. It will do, in its different varieties, for the coldest as well as the warmest climate. The Esquimaux will live upon it, and the hot sealaoder, and all intermediate po...

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. — 31 October 1867

.8 --•te^fiiafctj- V-». *T$8•* O v. THE JOURNAL N I "TBI MHOCBAT," raUlshed every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. (CLOUD, MINN »V**a\ar of Wsudslagtom ATiaut amdCkmpel gtn«t. MITCHELL, BDTTOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N nrj^t*.«J »r-i«w« &v ADTAXCS copy will be cent gratis to the getter «p •f aclubol tousubseriWa. S O A O I S 3 200 350 450 94«utM S mo. 3 mo. 37ft aoc 1T5 S7& 2»o am 3 So 4 75 600 75C 6 mo. 1 yr. 10 00: 15 00 UOO 18 00 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 On 7500 500 6 25 750 900 4 75 700 900 I col, O I N I N •f all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tke, in tbe beststjte,»»l at St. Paul prices. Print done in Otrman and Norwegian, as well as Bu •h, and warrantedto give satisfaction. •SCAB tATioa. XD^nX M. WRIGHT A O & WRIGHT, 51. CLOVD, PuUeakr aUenHon glTtn to bMinets fc •dloiniBg Counties, TII. Wright, Sher-J burne, Baton, Morrison. Todd, Douglas, Monongeli*Jopf «n4 Meeker. 44 -—c wn. «OOM. CHAS. ». a A N S S A A W ST. CLOUD, MINN. 9§kt Washington McK* THEM TOT Av...

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. — 31 October 1867

tt 4*t mem *, ,wili •W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. ss fbt jit ifattt |mmwt Thursday, Octobe^ 81 1887 '^^^^^^^S^^^^S^^^SBOSSS I j_ 1 in the columns of the 8 E I A N TICKET Cloud Times by tho editorial corps thereof assisted bj a aoro-koidoa "Bed- ArfitwrMf, WfLUAM R. MARSHALL JW THOMAS H. ARMSTRONG. fl»r Secretary of State, •ENRY 0, ROOmS. SMIL MUNCH. Jar Alawaay Omurmlt 7. R. B. CORNELL. s» Third Scaaterlal •Istrlct. For Senator, CHARLES A. OILMAN. For Representative*, J, O. GARR, of Stearaa County, J. O. D. PETTIJOHN, of Pop* Co. S a ANDREW SCHRCEDER. IK W. COLLINS. Jftr Register of /feeds. JOHN ZAFP. /Vr Jfcrif. PETE*. T. 8AFF0R0. 1W Surveyor,, M. F. NOIL. ftf Jws^e Probate, 0. FARWBLL. Ar Cbrsaer, THOMAS C. ALDEN. For Commissioners, TRUMAN PARCHES, of 4th Diet. W. H. BLA18DBLL, of 6th But. as e» I W O I Baft throe daya remain notil the dawning of tho 5th of Noromber. Dar ing thie brief time mneh good maybe done. Tho watering can be confirmed in their tendeneiet toward the right, and those...

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. — 31 October 1867

a 1 XIOOJLL* A ismmm AWWis. ClrcalaU.m pt VUm J.ourmal la BOVWVm tnat amy »a*«r I St. AmtM.ajr (Valla bet Advertisers swaaentaer tfcis. Fit »ouldrup*c{fully rtamttt «U Owmmmr* cadefaere wtfAift. my MM? Jab Frlatlag, to call and $xcmini our «t *«i»«lfe* JV#w Material, Juti rtumi ram tht tut, be/onttndingto St. -Pawl orgo- ngiltcvkm. Our lob OjKttit new I A* ia A« Acts, and w« do work which W uillguaranUt to b* tatitfaetory, at St. fail prices. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE CITY. fiiunauir-Pastor. Rev. X. T. Campbell. Ser riceseTerr8abbethmarologatlO){o'clock. arealng ttT. Sunday SclwlarwrmcirnlngasrTice. aajT* All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish* German or Norwegian, exeented at this office. Send ia jour orders. Foa BXST.—A storeroom oa Washington avenue central location rent moderate. Inquire at this office. O Do not forget the last meeting of the campaign at the Court IIOUM on next Monday night RBMOVIO.—The Land Office wai removed oa Saturday to Kindler's hrick block—up etaire. Ixraovur...

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. — 31 October 1867

I 0-3& *0'i 0t%:& VMS BTHIOP1AM ABBKRTINU HIM RBLF. JVwSt IAS Ifinneapolii Tribune. Whatever may be said of tbo igoo ot the African, one thiug in Cl\X certain—ho knows how to tote. The latent proof of this fact is found in the Virginia cleotion. The whites havo voted almost solidly against the conven tion, while the blacks hive Toted assolid ly for it. Now the convention is for the purpose of taking measures to reorgan ise the State, to frame a now Constitu tton, to secure re-admission to tho Uaion, and tltns to establish law and order and set the State again upon her feet and put her on the road to prosperity. The in terests ot the whole people, black and white, are in favor of a convention. It thus appears that it is the negroes of Virginia only who have shown them selves intelligent enongh to vote in: ac cordance with their own interest and those of their State. The whites have shown themselves so pig-headed as to vote against their own interests and those of their State....

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. — 7 November 1867

Liru.y "TIIS DsuoeR.vr, Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Oiacc-'oraer of Washington \r«uue nnAChapel Street. W I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION! '-.11' IN ADVANCE An extra copy will bo sent grotU to the getter up »f club ot teuiutacribera. R.ITES O AOVKRTISIMG 3w 200 350 460 «25 9 28 1100 1400 JO 00 2 mo. 37ft 500 625 750 1200 1400 2500 10 00 Square 3 mo. 600 800 1100 12 50 10 50 2250 30 00 5000 6 mo, 1000 1400 1800 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 00 75 00 1 wi2w 100 140 17S 2 30 325 IVo SOU 780 325 476 700 900 4 \i col, 8 1125 1050 a iyr. 1500 2260 3000 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 12000 1 Legal mtltfoYcrnmentatlTertUement, 5 centsper •nnare for tboMlrst iuserRDn, and 37J4c«nts per «uuarefore«elisub#equoutiasertUi». 2 Attoqatv* ordvlog to legal advertiwinenti are regarded as accountable for tho cost of the MMIM, un less'tliere is a special agreement to charge the name to auotherparty. Payment in all case* to be made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Loca...

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. — 7 November 1867

8t« SH €kU §aunt* W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 7 1887. A NATIONAL TUAXKSfilVIXfl. A rroclasaatlon by the President. ID conformity with meat custom that may now bersgardtd as ssUbUahtd on national content and approval, I, An drew Johnson, President of tht United States, do hereby recommend to my follow ciUsens, that Thursday, tht 28th day of November next, be set aside and observed throughout the republic as a day of nation al thanksgiting and praise to the Almighty Ruler of nations with whom are dominion and fear, who makes peaoe in His Ugh places. Resting and refraining from see* ular labor on that day, let us reverently and devoutly give thanks to our Heavenly Father for the mercies and blessings with which He has crowned the now closing year especially let us remember that He has covered onr land through all its extent with greatly needed and very abundant harvests that He has caused Industry to prosper not only to our ields, but also to our forests. He has permitted us to...

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. — 7 November 1867

I I O O A 1T-B3W-S 49TH« CtrcmlattoM or Tho Is DOVBMD that of a»jr other paper pmbllalkcd abort St. Aatboay kFall« Let AdreriUera remember thU. tigja^ JF« wouldrespscffully request all businessmen and others wishing any kind Jot) Frlltllg (0call and ezamiiic our nsive sfecJfc of New Material, Just received ron the eaat, before sendingto St. Paul orgo- ng elsewhere. Our Job Office it now on* of he beet in the State, and we do work which we wilt guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. Pail prices. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. PMSMTTMIAS.—Pastor, Rev. S. V. Campbell. 8or vicesevery Sabbath morningat10J$ o'clock. Evening •»t 7. Sunday School after morning service. 1 9 All kinds of Job printings in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. EXPLANATION.—On account of delay in receiving paper, no have been compelled to defer issuing until to-day (Friday.) FOB BINT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location rent moderate. Inquire at this office. RSTUBN...

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. — 7 November 1867

^?rr*yr~ A BOY'M I E A W I O W S A lady in Bhinebeck was recently reading to her child—a boy of sovon jean of age—a story ol a little fellow tr%3iporf tlfe yoWiJster^ set iuws'elr diligently to work to assist in support ing himself and his mother. When the hadfinishedthe story, the following dialogue ensued: Mother—Now, my little man, it pa was to die, wouldn't you work to help your mother? I & &f$> rfiishilg thotdiaif wort)! —Why, ma what for A in't wo got a good houso to live in Mother—Oh yes, my child but we ean't cat the housey-you know*. Boy—Well, ain't we gotflourand sugar, and other thiogs in the store room The. insulted man of money raised his eane, and making a frantic rush at his tormentor, nearly fell over a friend Who was coming up the street. "Hello, Coupon, what's the trouble?" said the other. "Matter," said Coupon, puffing with heat and anger, "why, one ot those vlijJ-r4'WW»boy» asked me* the time, and when I told him two o'clock, the imp udent scoundrel sa...

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. — 14 November 1867

THE JOURNAL IATSIY »CNOOUT," Published erery Thursday afteraooa, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. a a S W I E KDROB AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N «w I E S O A I S O I 2 1 00 1 60 1 75! 276 3 JO, 3 25 8 I'd I 475 47a 700 600 50 uoo 3 200 350 450 6 25 926 UOO UOO 2 mo. 376 5 00 6 25 150 1200 UOO 25 00 «i.ju»re 900 1125 1650 1 J000 4000 1. Lea»Uu«»aoVernment»JTerU«oment 75 cents p«r for tk« lM.rttoB.M4 37icenUp. regUlVa iccountable for the cost orth saffl*. un lesYtbore »spwtal .greement to charge thesane toanotherp«^y. Paymett*in»» (OJ/Ux Sims Bros.' Start,) SI. CLOCD, ST. CLOUD, .«4« -4*********'' »t 5 AWMWCW Aa ss.tr* copy Willi* sent gratis to the getter »p •f aclubot ten subscribers. 3 mo. 00 800 UOO 1250 16 50 22 50 30 00 5000 .6 mo. 1000 14 00 1800 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 00 7J0O JOLVX U. 1 OOBDON. W. COIAlSi GORDON & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ASD R*A ESTATE AGESTS, Office over F. Btll rf|Cb.'t JXort, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Particular attention given to business ln adjoining Counties, vis. Wr...

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. — 14 November 1867

•mmmi V. %\kt &t «lw* §rotnal W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 14 1867. THANKSGIVING PROCIiAMATIOK. STATB or MlNSSSOTA. EXICOTITI DKP'T St Paul, NOT. 81868. la accordance with low and the good custom of our fathers, I appoint THURS DAY, NoT«mber 23th inst., as a day of PUBLIC THANKSGIVING to be observ ed throughout the State. Let the people in public assemblies and in family reunions lift up their hearts to God in grateful praise tor all His goodness, and mercy towards ua. He has blest us with peace in all our borders, with plenty in our harvests and health in our houses. •'He hath crowned the year with good ness." He hath proclaimed liberty throughout all the land to all the inhabitants thereof. Let us observe this national festival with joy and gladness—with Thanksgiving and praise- Given under my hand and the Great S*al of the State at St. Paul the day and voir first named. By the Governor H. C. WM. U. MARSHALL. ROOKBB, Seo'y of State. E RESULT. The returns, so far as rece...

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. — 14 November 1867

I O A urnrvrsi «rTfce OlM«|«u«a Tke Javaraeri la DOCBUB tnuat aatjr «.t»«r paper •anllefceel ab«T« St. Aataaajr (Falla tat ii a Uals. IF* wQuldrt*ptc\fuHy rtquttt mil h*tituttmt»aniotktrt witking any kind Jo» tocallandexamint etrr «x nsivt stock of Note Material, fust received rem tkt t«tt, bsfort seniimgto St. Paul or to ng elsewhere. Our Job Office it now on* of kt best in tkt Stat*, r* wAicA will guarantee to «ifi/actery, St* Patl prices. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB CITY. PaisaTtiaux.--PMtor, B»T. B. V. Carapb.ll. I Viceaerer* Sabbath morning at 10V$ o'clock. Kreuiug it 7. Sunday School after morning ier»lce. kmf All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in jour orders. FOB RE.IT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location rent moderate. Inquire at this office. STOPPED.—Bridgeman's mill stopped work on Tuesday, the supply of logs hav ing besn entirely cut up. RKMOVEP.—Cams has removed his stock of clothing and dry goods to the old...

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. — 14 November 1867

iBBdaans ABOUT PLOWS. It is frequently the ease that a far mer will buy two plows of the same make and patten, and one will prove to bo a much easier running and hold* ingplow than the other. Why? I temper—the plow with the softest moldboard being the poorest of the two. The furrow adhering more closely to the soft moldboard, makes the draft of the plow heavier, and likewise polls the plow around to the right, away from with solt shoes draws very mueh the hardest, and has the most side draft. It is quite difficult for furnaoemen to make their moldboards always of the same proper temper, and especially is it so where they melt soft machinery iron at the same heat with hard plow iron. As a general rule tho best and most uniform plows come from those firms who make that particular tool a speciality and a study. Their mechan- ics become familiar with selecting and melting iron tor that purpose, and their castings are apt to be fitted together with extra care—Northern Farmer. S O A I N O...

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. — 21 November 1867

I "THE DeMOCJUT,** Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. W I E EDITOR AN» PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION! If,' P. I 11 IX ADTAXCM An extra copy will be »ent gratis to the getter ap •faclubot ten subscriber*. I E S OV AOVKRTISIHOl lw 100 IT* 2 50 2w 160 2T5 325 475 700 000 3w 200 350 450 025 S2S U00 U0U WOO 2 mo. 3 75 »00 6 25 750 1200 14 00 25 00 40 00 Square a 3 3 mo. 60C 800 1100 1250 16 50 22 50 30 OU 5000 3 US 4 74 SUO licol, 1 7 50 6 mo, 1000 14 00 1800 2250 30 00 37 50 45 00 00 UOOJ 1650 lyr. 1500 2250 3000 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 12500 1. L«g*UuiU}overaineiitaJverUtement,73 centsper square the first insertion, and 37}£c«nts per square for each subsequent insertion. aerefoapa:a*(fecial ttorney ordering la legal a4TerUseneets are etla aeco^ntablofor tbji coat af the same,us agreement to charge the same to another v. Payment in all cases to be made in adrance or upon delivery of the aflklarit. 3 Local Notices, 15 cents per tine to transient, and 10 cento per line to ...

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. — 21 November 1867

V-.~ ^•--.~-**j Bh its aa. 1 Ski HitflottAgouroal "Haaaact nrmnglooseatlhaipott of tb* wind* O'er viewlesa. Western verge, the thickenii: haze Vwer* alowl/in tl» atmosphere of The hHi weea whose roeset ilopes Tfc* latticed shadows of th. leafless imni MlTCHBLL. E I O Thursday, Nov. 21 1867. I I PROCLAMATION BTATI Of MlXHIIOTA, txactmva Dar'i St. Paul, NOV. 81808. la aeoordeaoe with low the good eastern of our fathers, I appoint THURS DAY. November 18th inst., a day of PUBLIC TflANKSQlYINa to be obserV o4 throajrheet the State. Let the people ia pnblit assemblies and ia family reaaioas 1UI op their hearts to God ia grateful praise tor ell His goodliers, oad mercy towards us. He has blest ns with peaco in all our border*, with plenty In our harvests and health in oar homes. "Ho hath crowned the year with good ness." Ho hath proclaimed liberty throughout all the land to all the inhabitants thereof. Let ue observe tola national festival with Joy and gladness—with Thanksgiving and praise...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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