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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 2 May 1872

$lu SfUGimA §mmh =3 .«*. B. WITC HELL, BDWOR Thursday, May %-1873 ••JJIJ j.. •-.. ••'•••. I W CIMOINIIATI CONVKSTIOW. 1-, ii t»m ii i.. ii I I .• '1 On tho dsybefore the assembling of the Cwsntioti,'general ©neon seemed to reign at Cincinnati. Delegations bad •, oome from ill directions, aad kept pouring iu^-e»ch with a different can didate I* wham it wee unalterably pledged: Senator Tiumbull, Judge Davis, Charles Fnnob Adams, Iloiaoe Greeley, B. Grata Brown, GOT. Cmrtin, and seme half down ©there ware being pot forward. A little quarrel existed between the Trumbull and Davie men from Illinois, which bide fair, it not healed, to break np the Convention or throw both these gentlemen overboard. There an evident lock of harmony, of system, of unity of purpose. Thero will be a struggle ever the platform as grett as over the oandidatos. The Free 1 radon want a plank, so do the Pro tectionists whila very many went a plank whieh may mean one thing or tbe other, or nothing at all, just as t...

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. — 2 May 1872

Thursday. wm out- Oette^neroirtn artmabRag of 10 rai^ at OtfeiflflMftL DakgaiioM aad ««aTfrtai aU ttfcrtieaa, an* kept r*erir# la---ee*n with tiferen. can* dreaU't^wheea it wee eaaltecMj .eladgeir Senator TiumboD, Jndge Davie, Okertaa Francis Adams, Horace Greeley, & Grata Brown, Gov. Onto, an* asasc half knen others were being pet toward. A Uttfc qanrrel ertted between the TYttsiecjU tad Dark aaaa .item Illinois, which blda fair, It wet heeled, to break up the Convention or throw both these gentleman overboard. There ae etideot leek of hamooj, of states, of unitj of purpose. Thero will be a struggle ever the nlatibras gre.t aa over the oaodidatea. The Free 1 radars want a plank, ao do the Pro tectionists while very many went a plank which au mean one thing or the other, or nothing at all, jut aa the occasion may requiro.— The only thing opon which all agree is "thedesire to "beet Grant," the one thing which they cannot do. Among the Minneaota delegates eve OUT. Sherwood, N S. W...

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. — 2 May 1872

X.OOAJL. IKnHIWS OaUial Paper af tEe Cltj. 49* *MfGlTCalftttoa of Th* omraal O O tactot a a a pc a a a N in a A is ig^Geoi F. Rowell & Co., 40 Park ROT No York, and 8. M. Pettongill&Co., 17 Park Bow, New York, are the sole agent. for THE JOVENAE, in that oity, and are au thorisedU ee»tract for iaeertingadTertiic nwiteforos at our lowest oaeh rates. Adrertiters in that oity are requested to Mrs their favors with either of the above hC«les. A 1 A I I A I O A ltta. Summer Tim* Tabic. IBTS. ST. CLOUS, ST. *AUJJ & MISEIAPOUS. Leave St. Cloud 7.28 am 8.00 a Arrive at St. Paul 11.05am 7.15 pm do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.45 ST. rAOl & XlNMIArOUS TO ST. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 8.80 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.45 am 5.00 Arrive St. Cloud 12.56 8.80 Passengers going lo aad from Minneap olis change cars at the Juaetioa. Cicn RATES.—The following are the elub rates of TUB JOURNAL 5 copieite^itfS Msaeii'.' 8. ---e^3jto" ngptmafcAsi COUNTY CONVENTION. The Rspublicans of S ms County will m...

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. — 2 May 1872

.§" *•%-__' 9 irw«rtk*otir. k*nS0S dowraal OOVaiiB Sjataft of maty oakar n»»»er W in a-0«o.P.BowtUACo.,40P*ikRor, Hew York, sad 8. M. Petteafill* Co., 17 Park Bow, New York, arethe cote ageat tor Taa Jetniu*, la iaai city,aid tko«ttt4Uf«itrMtf*rl«Nitli|«tTW«iM' tacnteferas at loweet Advertisers ia that oity ere roojicsted to their fevers witk eitker of tko above PAUL PAOiriO «AJXJUA0 !•»«. N IMS* er. eiotrn, »ACI ft snansArous. Lento 8k. Clood 7.28 am 8.00 Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.16 pm do Minneapolis 10.40 am 6.46 pm IT. raoL & viaaaAPOus TO IT. ctouo. Leave 8t. Paul 8.80am 4 46pm do Minneapolis 8.46 am 6.00 Arrive St. Clood 12.66 8.80 Passengers going to aad from Mlaaoap* olio ekaago oars at tko Jaaetioa. CLUB BATSS.—The following aro ike •tab rates of 1 JOVBSAL atJn^toi&tJAN COUNTY CORVCNTIOW. The BepebUeensof Stairs* County will meat to Oouatyttmveanfoa.e^e Oourt Hooee la the City ojatrbta«4.^alnaMT»rai CMDAY or Mar. im,etryeloelrr.*,for the purpose of electlag «hre...

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. — 2 May 1872

S S S S E TBI «f JLT COmiBVTOsV' Kxperlenee or ••Oris I a S I stopped orer night in a little town in Illinois, recently, where there is largt temperance majority among the favored sex who sling the ballot, and the conse quence is, they hare dispensed altogether with dram shops and bars. NO LI0IS8 I TO I I LIQUOR is permitted to any one, and a pretty sharp watch is kept to see that' nont is given away. This wouldn't have troubled me any, and I probably would not have known it, except that the landlord as I registered motioned me mysteriously into the hall "Stranger," said he, as he closed the door, keeping his hand on the knob, "this is the worst temperance town in America. They don't allow us to sell a drop, tavern keepers nor no one else. Can't you buy it at the drug store Bui I know how it Is with traveling men they like a drop of suthin' to tike when they get a hotel. Now here (putting his hand in his coat tail pocket and producing a small flask) is some New Englan* rum that I ca...

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. — 9 May 1872

Tn^z^zrrr^::^ si I .- •m THE JOURNAL. Published cvcrj Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. Office—Cornci of W a in to Vveiiu. antl Chape Struct. W I B. ZMTXTOIHriEIjT. BDITOR AND PR8PRIET0R. S S I I O 1 WO DOLLARS,rATABLE 7iV ADVANCE. A a SxtraCopy »ill be sont gratis to tlie getter •f a club of Five Subscribers. A E S O A E 1 S I S Squarr. 2 3 w|tmo.|3moj0mo.j 1 yr. 100 175 250 325 475 600 7 £0 150 275 325 475 700 900 200 350 450 026 925 375 600 10001 1500 800 14001 22 50 11H0 1800) 30 00 1250'2260| 35 00 1650(30001 40 00 2250 3750 5250 3000 4500 75 00 5000|7500]125 00 I 600 625 7 50 1200 1400 2500 4000 col. 1100 1125 1400 1650J 2000 1100 1. L»gaIandOoTorninentaavertUemeiits,75cents por'square for tho first insertion, and 37% cents per square for each subs iiueut insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un less there isftspecial agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all cases to be made in a...

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. — 9 May 1872

iSfc* £t. 4Um& Iontiml 2 W. Si I CII E IT 0 R. Thursday, Ifay 9, 1872 W^BLIOAN TICKET. Presidential Blertore, AI lABOe. W. It. MAaSHALL, of Ramsey, CIIARUS KITTUaON, of Freeborn. i. ran DIBTMOT. CHABLKS A. COS, of Houston •I.B.CftAKMJU., of OotfHaot,. .. «v\ «.«». "'"'iiii»'Hiim.'' THIODOM flABMtB, of Baateey, --For Auditor, 0. P. WBITCOMB.. .'v Am for Clerk Supreme Otur*]. .. 45HBBWOOP HOCGH. I HO»l»AT10!l» AT CMCUTMATl. Th« Contention organised perma nentIj oo Thursday with Carl Schuix in the chair. The da was occupied prin oipalljio speech making, appointing oomnuttete, leading letters, aud a va riety of unimportant business. On Fri day morning the resolutions were re ported, which are published in full in another column. Ballots were then ta ken for President—Charles Francis Adams leading. On the second ballot Horace Greeley tad the lead Adams on the third Greeley on the fourth Adams on the fifth. On the 6th ballot, Greeley had 338 Adams, 321 Tiombull, 21 Davis 5 Chase, 29 M...

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. — 9 May 1872

I r£^"?':fT? XOCLAXi IsTEi-W S Oflclil Paper of tie City. ls».Geo. P. Bowell & Co., 40 P»rk Row, NPIT York, and 8. M. Pettengill&Co., 37 Park Row, Now York.sretao sole agent for THI JOURNAL n. that city, and are au thoritedto eontrac sorting advertise Ba'itsforus at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that city are requested to ®Te their fayors with either of the above houses. W a a at* a O E a a a a a N in a A is S a dt A I I A I O A 1 8 S S me a 187H ST. CLOUD, ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS. Leare St. Cloud 7.28 am 8.00 Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.16 do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.45 ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS TO ST. CLOUD. Leare St. Paul 8.80 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.45 am 5.00 a Arrive St. Cloud 12.66 8.80 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change ears at the Junotion. CLUB RATES.—The following are the •lub rates of THE JOURNAL 5 oopies, $1.75 each. 8 1.50 M. E. CHUKCH.—Services every Sabbath at 10} A. H. and 8 p. si. Strangers invited. RBV. F. A. RIGGIN, Pastor- —We ...

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. — 9 May 1872

a «^W •... O W O S E S E E '•^vw?$9f&%$i"'i'J*7'*5^ O W W O A 1 4 S E OAR O .1 of he Briti8h Associa- tWn «t D^jn^ QharJes Bianooni ***. *T|jel read a paper rclativa to his ^tensive car establishment, after which a gentlemen stated that at Pick ford's, the great English oarnor's, they could not work a horse mere than tea miles a day, and tvished to hear Mr. JJiaocoti'i opinion on tbo subject. B. stated he found by experience, he could better work a hOr#o eight miiea a day for six days in the week, than six ID, opinion on this point is of thp highest importance, tor he has over 900 horses workingsixty-seven conveyances, which daily travel 4244 miles. It is also the result of forty-three yean' oxperi enoe.—Scientific American. Mr. Kowell relates some horrible oases in which horses had broken th.ir booca at the fetlock joint and wero com pelled to walk upon their stamps, with their fore-feet turned up, as we should turn back onr legs to walk upon our knees, and yet continued to gra...

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. — 16 May 1872

v^.-.jw *ss',• -TgTfjr'r^yg1:-11':**J-jTrT''giris?r"r^r-y"y -rpr— -r.-..^-^,-,-.-^ .-*,.- .'^•arr^T:?^? THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD.MINN. Oflle«—Corner of W a in to A.vann« Chape Street* W IB 3 E I •BITOR 0XET0B. S S I I O N WO DQILAKS,PATABZE 7.Y ADVANCE. Am SxtraCopy* ill bo seat gratis to ths gstUr a of 1'ive Subtcriburt. A E S O A I S I O I 2ww 3 two.. Smoo Ono.. S^urr. 2 3 lmo Sm 6no 1 jr. 100 175 250 325 4756 600 760 100 275 8 25 476 7000 00 200 350 450 620 82s6 376 600 626 750 600 800 1000 1400 11 SI 1050 1100 ffi 1600 22 50 30 00 34 00 1100 1800 1260 1660 2260 3000 0000 3250 SO 00 8730 4500 7500 12000 1400 2600 MOO e«l. 47 70 92 120 166 0 SO0 0 4000 0250 75 00 13000 110-0' 1400 2000 1. Legal aiidaoT«rnm*nt«aT«rtlNmenta,7Sc«nn ft sia*r« for ths first assrtioa, and 37U csntspar ifiurn for aaeh subs quern insertion. 1. Attarnayt ordering in legal adTarUaemcaUar* regarded a* accountable for the cost Of the same, ua loss thare it a ipacitl agreem...

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. — 16 May 1872

&•' 1 MUt pfeffhtftotrtgtttml im-.Vjr ••,. W. I E E I O Thursday, May 16, ld72 REPUBLICAN TICKET. Presidential electors. AT 1A5GL'. W. R. MARSHALL, of Ramsey, CHARLES KITTLESON, of Freeborn. it M3TBI0T. CQABLL3 A. COR. of Hotuton. ueo arnmeft. 2 t. ttUHMUKR, off oodka*. is Mime*. THEODORK 0ANDJtB, of Bam**?. For Auditor,m 0 P. WHITCOMB. For Clerk Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUQH. Tho result of the meeting of the Re publican State Convention was given last week. The nominations made will, we believe, meet with general approval.— Mr. 0 P. Whitcomb, who was chosen on the first ballot as the candidate for State Auditor, is well spoken of, and the strength he developed served to show bis popularity and the confidence placed in his ability to discharge the duties of the position with credit. The Rochester Record, published at his home, endorses him as follows "Mr. Whitcomb will not assume the du ties of State Auditor as a noviee, but will bring to it a ripened experience in the administr...

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. — 16 May 1872

I -|1 ha. LOOAT, 3STEWS Official Paper of the City. BeuQoo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and 8. M. Pettengill&Co., 37 Park Row, New Tork, are the sole agent for Tna JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thored to contract for inserting advert ise moitaforus at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that city are requested to oiTe their favors with either of the above he usee. 4 9 a on a a a a O E a a a a a N a a a a Iet A 8 PAVh & A I I A I O A lira. S me a 18731. ST. CLOUD, ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS. Leave St. Cloud 7.28 am 8.00 Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.15 do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.46 ST. PAUL & MINN1APOUS* TO BT. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 8.30 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.45 am 5.00 Arrive St. Cloud 12.86 8.30 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change cars at the Junction. CLUB RATES.—The following are the club rates of THE JOURNAL 5 copies, $1.75 each. 8 1.50 M. E. CnuBcu.—Services every Sabbath at 10$ A. M. and 8 p. u. strangers invited. RBV. F. A. RIG...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 16 May 1872

1/ •%'v.* SOBSBSSBSasaSBB S DlTltATIOlf O VITALITY lit GRAIN. •__. •,-• s^amwam rw^ :»**vV *'A Young Farmer" inquires if seed of the different kinds of sprain a year or more old, will grow as well as fresh aooda Oar answer would be, always BOW seed as fresh as it oan be had, for although aoaia seed will germinate after it has been kept years, yet these are ex ceptions. We do not know of any dis tinct experiments on old and new grain, except it be a single trial which we made in pots. Fresh seed wheat was sown in pots in sutnmn, one inch d««p% and kept properly moist. loan other pot, subjected to the same tem panloieand the same degree of mois ture, was sown wheat kept over cno year. In other pots, seedfiveyears old WJM sown under similar circumstances. Thefirstor fresh seed came up in elev en days, the weather being rather eool the second seed, one year old, oame up in thirteen days. Thefive-yearsseed in the other pots oame up irregularly, the first in eighteen days, and after wards...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 May 1872

SUBSCRIPTION 1 (TO D(?LLABS,FATABLE IX ADVANCE. Am Bxt™ Copy«ill bestnt jjratuto tht getter •f olmb of ViT« Subscribes. A S 8 O ADVERTISING I Saurs. I S I mo. 8 mo Brno. 1 jr. 100 17* 20 325 476 000 760 ISO 274 3J6 474 700 000 200 340 460 62A 026 376 600 826 760 eel. 600 800 DRUGGISTS S 1000 1400 1800 2260 8000 3760 4600 7600 1600 2260 3000 86 00 40 00 6250 75 00 12500 1100 1250 1060 2250 3000 6000 1100 1400 2000 1200 1400 2600 4000 11 W 110QJ1S50 1. Legal »ndGoTsrnmsntailvert!sements,75 cents Mr square for theBret insertion, and 37}$ cents per square for each subs quent insertion. t. Atteraeys ordering"In legal adrertisementsare regarded us accountable for th* cost of the same, un less there if a special agreement to chare* th* umt t* another party. Payment In all cat** to b* mad* ia adraac* or apoa delirery of th* afldavit. 3. Local Notices, 16 cants per a* to transient, and 10 crate par line to regular, adTertisers. 11 .Notice of death [simple anuoanc*m*nt] 25 cents obituary noti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 May 1872

-TPBB^, .• ..'.I .. S W W. B.MITCHELL El) IT OB. Thursday. May 23,1872^ REPUBLICAN TICKET. PrMldcntlal JClctton. At umqi.) W. B. MAMHALL, of Ramsey, CHAJtLIB K1TTLMON, of Freeborn. niat BUTBior, OHABLK8 A. COS. of Houston. UOOXB mmier. «. S.flUAHDlEB,of Ooodhue. TUKtDORS SANDER, of Ramsey. ibr Auditor, 0. P. WHITCOMB. /br C/w* Supreme Court, 8HBRWOOD HOUGH. HOBACK ORKELEY ACCKPT8, Official ootioe of his nominatioo was sent Mr. Greeley on the Si inst, but be made no reply nntil the 21st. Be gives a reason for this delay his desire to learn how the work of the Contention would bo received throughout the cmntry. Ho now feels satisfied that it has received the stamp of publio approval, and this be attributes not to himself but to the platform. In nine pnragrap hs he epit omises the platform as, tho mainte nance of political rights and franchises general amnesty local soH-governraent as opposed to centralization civil ser vice reform, and the one-term princi ple the tariff to be regulate...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 May 1872

K""~ v. f^ vwlli ii t^i.iJMcrrss: Thnrtday. May 23,1872 's^:.:.... Fnettcatlea SlMton. ir.l^^iuibuii, ot CHAEWaUTnJeWN.etlmbonfc OUIUI A. 001. of HMitM. a. I. wfttAJAU*, ofvoodhne. irUipiiM.a»MMa. "•H fei orRsmeey. ., JW Audit*, O. P. WHITCOMB. iW Civ* A|MMf Chert, SMRTfOOD HOUQH. snACB A Ofieial ootioe of his nomioatioo was Mil Mr. Greeley on tho 84 inst, it bo nude no repjj until the 21st gives a* a mason for this daisy bis desire to learn bow the work of the Convention would be reoeived thronghent the etmntrj. He no feels niisfted that it haa reeeived the stomp of publio approval, and thia he attributes not to himself but to the platform. In nine paragrap bs be epit omises the platform aa, the mainte nance of political rights and franchises general amnesty local self-government as opposed to oentralisation civil ser vice reform, and the one-torm priori* piej the tariff to be regulated entire ly -Congress without dietation from the President no more railroad land grants past party...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 May 1872

I it "I i"- XJOO-AJL I N E W S "©McUl Paper of the City. .Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Bow, Ne IT York, andE M. Pettcngillft Co., 37 Park Row, N York, arc the sole agent for I JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thorised to contract for inserting acUertise nvJitsfor us at oar lowest cask rates. Advertisers in that oily are requested tc ive their favors with either of the above h^mjt. 49* XI*• Circulatio of a O E at a paper is Ffortber in so a Iiet Advertiser sr is S PAUL, & A I I A I O A 1 8 S me a 1ST» ST. CLOUD, ST. TAUL & MISNUArOLIS. Leave St. Cloud 7.28 am 3.00 Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.15 do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.45 ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS TO ST. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 8.80 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.45 am 5.00 Arrive St. Cloud 12.56 8.30 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change ears at the Junction. CLUB BATKS.—The following are the club rates of THE JOUUSAL 5 copies, §1.75 each. 8 1.50 M. CIIUKCU.—Services every Sabbath at 10} A. M. and 8 p. M. Strang...

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. — 23 May 1872

as l7fi*"iliiiiiM in iU bonom the shadows steal over the lover snow, bat the peaks keop thit Btnngo shiniDZ, Booh as fao« bad when he. came tiown iroui fcia high talk with God. "Charlie," eaja Lenoro, suddenly, with an abrupt change if sabjeot, "do-58 not it oooar to yon that at Pen trcsini the dead are much belt er lodg- ed thw* the living Would not rather be here than at the Croix Blanche f" "At the present moment, certainly," he answers, with a smile. "I prefer yon and the smell of flowers to the German squaws and the smell of no- ga»." "Look," she says, rising from her grassy seat, "I am going to show you something. I I was old or had any complaint that was likely to kill me, I will show you the exact spot where I should like to lie—how can you see you have turned away your face.— Pshaw! bow absurdly sensitive you are! ycu are aa bad as Jemima, if either of you were to point out the place that you wished to be your grave, I should listen with the most composed attention, and try...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 30 May 1872

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOTJD.MINN. OMcs—Coraerof Wasblnsrtor ii •tstt Chapel Street. T*T. IDITOR AND PKdPRIRTOa. SUBSCUIPTION fflFO DOLLARS,PATABLE IX ADVANCS. Am «xtr»Cop--»illb«ssnt?raK«to the gettsr •f »cl«b of Five Subscribers. A I OS* ADVKKTHIRO Ssurt. I S tmo.iSao femo.i 1 yr. loo 1T5 a *o 32S 47ft 600 750 110 175 325 475 700 900 200 350 450 035 925 375 500 825 760 col. DRUGGISTS Jp 600 1000 800 1400 lioojisoo 1250 2250 1650 2250 3000 5000 1600 22 60 30 00 35 00 40 00 5260 7500 12600 1200 1400! 25 00 40 001 3000 3750 4500 7600 11251 1650 1100 1400 2000 1100 1. •adQor«rnmM!t«dY«rtlMBMnta,7SeeBU p»r aaaareforth»flmtI oMrtioa, »nd 87 cents per .qu»re for »JCU utit. quent insertion. t. Attorney• ordering 'in leg*'. -tdTsrtisementsar* regarded aa accountable for the coat of the same, um leaa there ia a special agreement to charge the aame to another party. Payment tn all caaea to be made la advance orupon delivery of the affidavit. 8. Local Notices...

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. — 30 May 1872

& ?:-.-": 'r ...*. Sft* Sft (Btontf gmmnl W. I E E I O Thursday, May 30,1872 REPUBLICAN TICKET. Presidential Klectara. At LAR3I.' W. B. hUMMkUXL, of Berneey, CUABLHB KITTLK80N, of Freeborn. I DIfflMt. CHARLES A. 001, of HoaitoB. M. S. taUlTDUR, of ffoodfcm. tnxs manic*. THJODOBE BAHDKR, of Remiey. JFbr Auditor, 0. P. WHITCOMB. #br Cfar* Suprtmt Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. POLJT1CAL. JOURNALISM. T«U at, Brothtr Mitchell, it the St.country Cloud JOVBMAI. for Qrant orQrtolej? Youfly» Grant ticket at jonr mut head bat read awful QreeUyith otherwise. Don't bo afraid, aplt it out.—JYJIWJ. One of two things ii verv ap- parent: oitber our contemporary bai not been giving E JOURNAL that careful reading which eveiy intelli gent man should, or else be is pit- iably slow in comprehending the meaning of plain oglisb. For months past this journal has adtocated the re nomination of Gen. Qrant the Re- publican party, believing that his administration of the governmeot has been able and honest, and t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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