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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 21 November 1867

ciMwjnMom «r I O O that «r mmj «UMt iwrit ptaMlsfcoal akenr* Lot AdrtHbt •t AatkMTiTslla isnosnnsar ttto. wnUrup really «tt ft«s**)i«isMn«nd'others «»•*.»/ «»y *i»rf J#)D f*e«7/aad#*«mius tmr mm»$fek •/Ntw MtttrUiJutt r»*vni mmtht MM, into** St. Fm* *r#t m§tUtmkt: Our J** Ofa new B*h*»tintk*SfU, *ni mt i* *f*f* wAM milltu*rmntt* f* .nttf/neforw, St. Pail prfcos. "-, OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEE CITY. rumaia-IMw.ln.«. •. tafMU rtomswj nasha**Bmrshnratiexvajy* -,tT. 4 ii a M. Cavaca.-J. B. CNWUN. Fa* •my Sabbat* at 10X A. aa4 ». Bck«olatSr.il. Prayr auallanWiaUM sny» All kind* of Job printing, ialng tish, *r Norwegian, ensouled ot thisofflce. 8end in your orders. FOB RMT.—A storeroom oa Washington •••no* central location rent moderate. Inquire at this ofiee. tec's —Wesi & Co. am Morton's Authorised Agent* for his celebrated Gold Pen. Nobolls,and one else in St. Cloud keeps them. 4 Diviss Snavics.—Publio worship will be commoaooant the Congregational Church Sabbath. 8ervicee by Bev. Geo. ...

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. — 21 November 1867

SPANISH BUNS.—Fivo eggs well beaten out up i« a cup of warm fjejp?. milk, halt a pound of sood butter, one pound of sifted flour, and a wineglassfnl of good east. Stir r.tioae veil together} set it to rise for an hour, in rather a warm place when risen, sift in half a pound of white sugar and a little Bat meg add one wine-glass of wine and brandy, mixed, one wine-glass of rose water, and one onpfnl of currants, whioh have been well cleaned mix these well, pour it into pans, and set it to rise again for half an hour then bake one how. Icing is a groat improTement to their -•-appearance.... r-f v. .. ., .. om.om —Tho Amtrica* Agriculturist sajs that a rail fence around a field of six acres will occupy a little over throe quar ters of an acre, and bo a nnrsery ftr weeds. It recommends aa milking stool a piece of plank two foot long, few inches high at one end and six at the other, and* seat on the high*ad. Put the low end under the cow, ait on the soat, place the feet and bucket on the...

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. — 28 November 1867

nmnn .bj Office „*'--.o^-:^- ^-v.•••1." .-^ THE JOURNA L.ITXLT "TU* BlUuCmiTl" .. •aelhaed every Tnnrsday afternoon. AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. I E EDITOR AND PROPBIBTOB. StfBSCRIPTIOJH ADVANCE An sxlra copy will be »«nt gratis to th» gettw »J» if aclubot teo subscribers. 1' 4TKS O AOVKRTISISOI 3 mo.:0 mo.i 1 yr. 800 1000 1500 8 00 14 0012250 1100 IS 00 30 00 1 2 100 150 1 75 275 2401 325 325 475 475 700 600 900 7 50 1125 1100 1650 3w 200 350 450 025 »2S 1100 14 00 2000 2 mo. 375 500 6 25 7 50 1200 14 00 25 00 40 00 S|Q*r* 12 5012250 10 50 30 00 Si 50 30 00 5000 S Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of death pimple announcement] 25 cents, obituary notices, Scents por lino marriago notice, 50 cents. 6. All political, religious orothor notices, 5 cents Special place advertisements to be inserted at rates agreed upon. T. Vearly adversers to pay quarterly. 8. Straugers must pay in advance, or give satis actor reforodca. glvii ...

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. — 28 November 1867

Sttt Jit €lw& gmtnl W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, Nov, 28 1867. THAWKBGaVINO PROCLAMATION. STATS or MINNESOTA, EZMUTITB Dar't 8t. Paul, NOT. 81868. Ia accordance with Uw the good eastern off oar fathers, I appoint THURS DAY, November 28th inst., as a day or PUBLIC THANKSOIVINO to be obsetv •d throughout the State. Let the people la pnblio assemblies and la family reunions lift up their hearts to God in grateful praise tor all His goodness* and mercy towards as. Ho has blest as with peace in all our borders, with plenty in our harvests and health in our homes. "He hath crowned the year with trood 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. The Senate met at the usual hour. Nearly all of the Senators were present Mr. Norton of Minnesota was in very ill health hardl} able to be in attend ance. Mr. Sumner asked consent to intro duce bill for the fu...

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. — 28 November 1867

aaessij IiQOAL UUWS 4«T»Tme it a ml is O that* ef a avtmer a a A my I A is a fe£t^ wouldrespectfulty request all business men and othere wishing any kind Pail prices. foeaHanrf«ri«"i o« ex tittvfttoe of New Material, just rttttttd torn the east, before ttndingto St. Paul orgo- ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of hs best in the State, and we do work which me will guarantee to be satisfactory, at S OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. FuutmiA!!.-Pastor Rev. R. V. Campbell. Ser vices every Sabbath moruiug at 10J^o'clock. Evening *t 7. Sunday Schoolafter morniugservice. M. B. Cacacn.—J. R. Creighton, Piutor. Services •vary Sabbath at 101$ A. *., aud 7 r. Jt. Sunday School at 3 r. St. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. fjQP All kinds of Job printing, iu Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. FOB RKNT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location rent moderate. Inquire at this office. THANKS.—We are indebted to Mrs. J. D. Hvke, of Sauk Rapids, for a...

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. — 28 November 1867

vauua^ca uic ^ICOCIICU Verj 31111- ply they are left out as late as they can be pulled up by the roots—in this section about the end of November they are then pulled up and turned up side do.rn—the root* np,* the beads packed close together, in beds six feet wide, with six feet alleys between, care being taken to have the ground leveled where the cabbages are placed, so that they pack nicely. They are left in this way two or three weeks, or as the ground can be dug between the soii from which is thrown in on the beds oi cabbage, so that, when finished, they have a covering of tour to six inches oi •oil. This is not enough to cover the root, however, which is left partly ex posed but this is in no way injurious. —Carrots, parsnips and salsify should remain in the ground all winter, and be used as they may be desired. They keep admirably, retaining all their fla vor. Turnips should be pallod and buried, placing them in an oblong heap, and not too thick, covering over with straw and te...

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. — 5 December 1867

gam mmvti •klj^lifi every Thanaay afteraeea AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Mai Bee—fWaw* a* W a __ .' aaAChaa*! PHYSICIAN Ofl— S MITCII^LL inraorMHoi. miftnti1 N a it .A* jBeasj tew Tim 14«0 S 00 itoffu »a+3 AMttMa IftOO 9*00 4! til' JOB^IINWNCt IS^TLOR 4 W M. viion. aTTOawWS 4 COCN8ELOR8 AT LAW, a. MUM. i^ti *earw. count N* COVINS, ATTOHNEY8 AJP LAW, KBAL BSTATB jJWTl «#*f ow /. r. ma ittw**, •T. CLofo, MINNESOTA. VOOBXfrKXBR, A O N E S A A W ST. CLOUD, MINN. KDWAHD 0. HAMLIW THE PRACTICE OF LAW IN 8T. CLOUD, MINN. Ofit0 far ikt ftutHt ttu Railroad Land Offiet. QUO W. 8WSET, Airoairar AJTV COCXULLOX AT LAW TILL attoad promptly to Colloetiona, aad paymoat of taxot ia Stoaras aad BoaoB Coaatioa. Special attention given oaaoabefore tho Localaad General Land OSes ea St. Senuia st, ever Breket'f Store. ST. CLOUD, MINN. AND SURGEON, over SCdsaer, TMman $ Co.'t Drug Store, ST. CLOUD, MINN WHBBIjOJ^jJI,»., PHT8ICIAN AND SURGEON, Ojlce Offer Edtlbrotk'i Start. Office hours from 9 to 12 A. V., and from...

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. — 5 December 1867

Ski 5H. ffbiti frontal W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 5, 1887. I I S S N I A Tht people of this country are again paioxnllv reminded of the unfortunate eondition of the Executive branch of the government bj a manifesto issued ftom the White House, and sent to Congress on Tuesday in the shape of a Message. In no essential psrtieulsrs does it differ from former efforts from the same souree. It is eharaeteriied by the same vlralenee, the same animosity against Congress, and the same dogged adherence to "my policy." The President dirests his attention to reconstruction matters at the outset of his Message, charging the entire blame for the disorganisation of the eivil governments of the Southern States upon Congress. To him "the process of restoration seems plain and simple,0 and he thereupon recommends tho re peal of the measures adopted by the representatives ol the people, and the substitution of his plan, whereby the control, not only of these States, but also a voice in the ma...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 5 December 1867

I am**t*** ••w^.oiiite-.**. *t»,*«**Ki&- .M«.'U»IW**J'«W vv*..wv. .••-•-'-:,-.. I O O A J3 HIW£ Who Ctensjtealem «r Jsmraukl to OOVBUB that er a»jr eta»* p*p«r »«klMlk*« I W •«. AaUMajr ,r»Ua baft A N N a IF* wouldr**f*t\fully r«fM«tl ett easaamsim aae*others withmy any Jhne* Job it (eeatf ewdeacmia- our «a »#te«sfec* of New Material, jutt retmtd torn Us 'Oat, *V*f« aenehayre iW orpe ayf6e*4«re. OurJolOfUei* now one of he ifcii'a lie &«tot anal CM 4* »ff* »Aw* me wtUyuaroMUtto he tmtitfaetory, 8t. Pill rlew. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. PaasBYraniA*.—Pastor. Be*. B. V. Caapball. Bar rtccaeasty a^kea^aaaratngetlOKo'cloelt, BTenin* «tT. SnadajStaoolafW morals*,terries. M. B. Caoaon.—J. B. Crslgatou. Pastor. Servkte •T«y Sakbatk at 10}$ A. MM 7 f. M. 8ttndaj Bcb.oolat3r.il. Prayer ByttaaWednntday tTentog. BJjT* AH kmdi of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at tkis office. Bead in your orders. Foa RUT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location rent m...

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. — 5 December 1867

Frtm tKt Pratrit ISnur. Were it not for th« exporiraea of tht pwt, no one oonld dirino that long, oold MHOO before us, when or.t sido K*Ae den end the orehard, moat bo suspend od. The time before this closing np is brief, and wo suppose most of onr read on nave nearly prepared tor it But sjo donbt not thoto are many who have not ooaatraetod a house fur securing the el asosi only Talu c:p that old winter farakhea ib« io«crop. It is a ean* Ual time now to tio this, so that When the harrost is ready sdraatage nay be lakoa of it. It is almost useless to ex patiate upon the comfort and content* oaoe of this aitiew of ioa during the in* tensely hot days of our summer months. Those things are aiwi.tod on all hands. Tot how few farmers take the trouble to securetooJbrfamily nan! Inexpen siee, so simple that any man eaa eou atruet one, probably not one farm house in fifty has the adjunotof an ice house. Just thiik over the matter before bad weather comes on and see if rou hare not |ho timt t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 12 December 1867

•**"«.*.tp..fc.- '^«^M**v.\-w)n«^^rt!^^W^A-* THE JOURNAL L.1TKIT "tUI! BBXOOUT," P«»lUbPd every Thursday afternoon, yj0 AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OSSee— a W A •wdChnpelStreet. t-Sar. I E EDITOR AND PROPRIKTOR. srosrHiPTlox v*?"t «i C.' *l 'fa*""7V l.w 2 iS if AtrAIfas AnMtracopywllib0 8ent««lli» to tht Setter up f*rliiti| tuu subscribers. I E S O A I S O 2 mo. :U6 5 00 «25 Sqnars 3 mo. 0C 800 1100 12 50 ft .10 22 50 A 0 100011500 14 60 2250 1800 30 00 8S 50 35 00 30 00 40 00 37 AO 52 50 Too! so: oo 3500 2 JO 3 Si 8-J. *7o 47- TOO (TOO 9 00 f$0 UU0J 1000 4 5 6 25 9J5 TJO 1200 1100 UOli uoo 25 0C 10 00 30 00 4»O0 1*5 00 •JOi'l 12500 5 tentaper 501)0 ro^raVia" ijeottntttl.leforth«co»tor the wrue.un taSrtwro special agrecawa* to charCe the same i?«i!»Uier oaatv. Pavment in all cases to (HI made in S delivery of the affidavit. N 15 ceuwperrrae to transient, and 10 cents uer Uoo to regular, wlyw tUers. 4 Noil "oMeatli i.lwpW-announcement] to cent. obituary notices. 6 cent* per Une marriage 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. — 12 December 1867

She £t. «(ml §0tmml W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 13, 1867. latPBACHMKNT OKVKATED On Saturday the impeachment reso lution was ronght up in the House of Representatives, and defeated by a vole of 57 yeas to 103 nays. The resolution read as follows: .'„.,,',/ Resolved, That Andrew Johnson, Presi dent of the United States, be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors. And the members voted YBAS.—Anderson, ATerill, Ashley ot Ohio, Doatwell, Churehill. Clark of Ohio, Clark of Kansas, Cobb, Cobum, Covode, Cullom, Donnelly, Eckley. Ely, Farnsworth, Qrovelly, Harding, Higby, Hopkins, Hun ter, Judd, Julivi, Kelly, Kelsey, Lawrenoe of Ohio, Loan, Logan, Loughridge, Lynch, Maynard, McClurg, Mercer, Mullen, My ers, Newcomb, Nunn, Orth, Payne, Pile, Price, Shenok, Shanks, 8tevens ofVermont, Stephens or Pennsylvania, Stokes, Thomas, Trimble, Trowbridge, Van Horn of Mo., Ward, Williams of Pennsylvania, Williams of Indiana, and Watson of Pennsylvania— 67. NATS.--Adams, Allison, Ames, Archer,...

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. — 12 December 1867

~T-n ww *—-r -vjMst*. I O O A XTED^71& 4 6 0 he a a a a a O E a a is A S A a A is is a IT« wouldrespectfully requett all business men and others wishing any kind Job Printing, to call and examine our ex nsive stock o/ New Material, fust received rom the east, before senditiyto St. Paul oryo ny elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of he best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to bt satisfactory, at St* P»ol prices. OFFICIAL rAPER OF TUB CITJT. PftlUTTUUAX.—Pastor, Rev. K. T. Campbell. Ser *lce»eviry SabbutU morning at 10}j] o'clock, evening \t 7. Sunday School after morning service. M. E.CiURCii.—J. R. Creighton, Pastor. Services •very Sabbath at li\\j A. n., and 7 t. M. Sunday School at 3 P. si. Prayer lueetiuKWednesday evening, geiT* All kiuds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. FOR RENT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location rent moderate Inquire at this office. PERSONAL.—Mr. J. D. Blake...

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. — 12 December 1867

y~ frumtk* Prtwit —The qeccii We have given above, what the ad vocates of the English Cluster claim for it, not because we know it to bo the best variety, hut to lead those intending to penis to enquire into the merits et varieties. bUOOO 1 1 "O^OXO Yorjna S O Of all kinds, winter. Wares, cry yards, seeds or .of fresh weter and eels, with reg ular cere, will insure thrift end much better eieed enimele than if the winter tieatmenl eheeks their growth ee ia usually the eeee*. Their maaure will he worth TI fttill •?,01L_ thuly, Tn-Witkly e»d Wttkly EAitiont! iww.ni ma IMS. nrwe tWBue*ir,tftar»s«M«r umspM A. srnpiilty. BOW «at-r* up.* the year ISM with Ttger worthy of lt» ana1 hUtory.— Ik* at—gN— totals paper was chosen In good faith, •at with Ml eparsclatloa of a meaning to which it» policy will sver remsln trac. T*. IwilUiH aa tho Western sxponsnt of tho imsrbwe system, recognisestoscommercial »bd Sana del I I W otoai of ear prosperity la tho doctrine of •Heessisa-m Sat tannae lavAmat...

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. — 19 December 1867

.' »«....«'.« •jgjgjji a amJ AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. aw*-.* _____ a *f Washington Av«a*« S »W W E BDlTOJt AND PROPRUTOR. S I I O I rro'/.if .'wfty *5 /-vADTASOB Att.xtracopywUUwieHtKMti* to the gutter up •f •olubul IsusubscBribers. S O A S I I S I N 1 ,Sw 1 00 1 SO 175 275 3 50 Ap 4 475 700 ttOOJ 900 7 50 12» 00 1850 r3w 2 00 350 450 25 1 Stairs 3 O asfjpreltaence. JVMSJ I,. OOKDOI. L. W. COLLINS GORDON & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AMD MU&JISTATB AGKNTS, fl#« sver A Sell rf |Cb.'» »Swc, "-BT. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. PaxtUaUr attention given to business in adjoining Couties, vis.: Wright, Sher burne, Benton, Morrison, Todd, Dooglos, Moaeogalia, Pope and Meeker. 44 «M. S. MOOES. CHAS. I MOORE ft KERR, ATTORNEY S AT LAW ST. CLOUD, MINN. rift t)TOSg% Kerr',. BDWABO O. HAMLIN —HAS miSUMID— THE PRACTICE OF LAWD IN 8T. CLOUD, MINN. Qfiu IH Edilbreekt Block, earner of Watk Ms/ion it and St. Gtrntia* Miriet. GRO W. SWEET, AlTOMyMT A-YD COVNSZLLOR AT LAW WILLdattend fie* ovtr & Ttcknor, Tol...

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. — 19 December 1867

&£:':>'"•- .',••: Kite -St Cloud to W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday. Deo. 19, 1807. QWH. A I UBTTaUI. Daring the time of the correspond •enee between Qen. Grant and the Preaideat eoneening the removal of Secretary Stanton and Qen. Sheridan, it will be remembered that there was certain "private" letter eoneerning whioh mneh interest was felt. That letterbaa justbeen drawn forth from the President bj a resolution in Congress and is now published. It reflects great credit on Gen. Grant'sfirmness,and shows him to be utterly opposed to President Johnson's schemes foi re habilitating the rebels to their former power, without any restrictions for the national safety. Here is the letter in full: [Private.] HBADODABTBBS Annus or THB U. S. WASHIHQTOB. D. Aug. 11, 1867. Bit Excellency Andrew Johnson, President of the United States: SIB.—I take the liberty of addressing yen privately, on the snbjeet of the eon vernation we had this morning, feeling, as I do, the great danger to the welfare...

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. — 19 December 1867

-I- 1 —mmm^^^^^^-" ifi r-ii rrra- I O O A 3 KIWS eiMWIaUoa m* The Jemimal to DOOBUI that *r amy •ta\er paper •abUafca* »k*r« St. AaUkaay pall a a.al AdrtrilMn raaaaaafcar tikis. Wewouldrtspectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind 9. Jot) to call and examine our tx nsive stock of New Material, fust received rom tht east, be/on tending to St. Paul or go- ngelsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of he but in Me State, and we do work which wt will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St* Pail prices. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. PauaiTBUAN.—Paator, Key. S. V. Campbell. Ser vice* every Sabbath Burning at 10j$ o'clock. Kvouing l. friaday School afar noraiugiervice. M. K. Cauaca.—J. ft. Craif hton, Paalor. 8ervkai atarj Sabbath at 10$ A. a., aad I r. M. Sunday School at 3 r. M. Prayer meeliog WeduoeiUy veulug, 0 All kinds of Job printing, inEng tish, German or Norwegian, executed at (his office. Send in your orders. Fon RKXT.—A storeroom on Washington avenue central location ...

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. — 19 December 1867

.v- JAMES J* WLJJL, GENERAL T»isp«rt*a^ Age» THROUGH CONTRACTg given OB Freight to Mew York, Boston, a JLfgant FOR THE ST. PAUL & PACIFIC R. S. rOK THE LOWER DIVISION NORTHWESTERN PACKET COMPANY. Office in the Transfer House, Lower Levee, St. Paul, Minn. JftgrMark Freight "Care J. J. HILL, St. Paul. v9nl(My ST CLOUD WAGON FACTORY. Keeps constantly oti hand, and are mak ing, heavy and light two and one horse, and light E E S S W A O N S Wagon. Buggy, and Machine repairing. Heavy and light Blacktmithing, Horse-shoeing &c, in the best manner and on reasonable terms. In connection with the above, A Large Stock of Iron, SPRINGS, AXLES, THIMBLE-SKEINS, SA-IILtfT CLOUD The best Force and Lift PUMP made, and best adapted to this latitude, as they will not freeze in the severest weather, Also the best make of PLOWS. Agent for McCormick's Reapers & mowers Which are now acknowledged the best, having een awarded the highest Premium over all others at the great Paris Exposi tion, Jul...

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. — 26 December 1867

At let **ay .? K3S I SWMCHIPTIOM »'.'. I tf^JM r» 8 & A VAXCK in«-jW»co|iyS^e«»ut nr»tt« to the fetter ap »l ailubj! tea soDembvra. I O AOT, »J^u»rr- loo, JO 47S, ou! 900 |U0CJUM UgatandOor-ruratad •our* for the «Ht Imatf aJBiare fhVeaca ntafltmit ii TAttaca*-* ordering a I »t,74 centiper ud 37 i^cnto p*r ».l_ ...——jmfimmmB araL far the cost of |ae lealA, »n-r"" charge the earne th«rja»ty. ^FSV-uent InjEK caaea to be Statein' nee upon delivery ef tBetJfnda'it I/jcaiNocict'^Ja^entipet^e tr. tr»n«ien(, aad •U iter line to regular, adaSftisere. NoSVe of UearTafilniplo a?fMineea*eat] S&oant tofdeaMffimpl eaxy-awticwe, 5cent* pet true marriage n«Uc«, All political, religlom «fater uetiees, a deati •Unelj J"") QK SpeoUl -daceaa*e*tUeiaftalf to he inserted at agree upon, rat*aeVeexlydadrernterra 7fH Strugerel-erfVMretopayqlarterly. mutt Awry reS)rvnoe,T *eCB to pay gjS.B a all kink, plain" tic^ •MM IrlUI. y.^ ri gtT GORDON ft COLLINS, A O N E S A LAW AND RjS^ ESTATE AOBSTS, QjK'X «...

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. — 26 December 1867

1 fffc* sjtsai §«rtiL W. O IPX*' ThurxU^ bee. 26,18^7. •OATHSlur VAOimc KOAD. la last week's SHM wa publiehed a loiter |kon NOttktOD)H Porte. Tho route is feasible. Engineers have carefully surveyed different lines, and demonstrated that the obstacles are fewer and much more easily overcome than those along tho Central Pacinc, whieh Congress has already mado an accomplished fact by its subsidy. The Northern Pacific is fully as deserving of tho same aid. Its importance to the nation is equally as great, and its friends are desirous that its prospective bene fits should be compared with those Of tho route now approaching completion. Would it not be woll to employ, for tho aid of this magnificent project, a portion of the millions in gold that are used for the purchase of ioebergs, vol canoes and earthquakes Would not tho nation derive greater wealth from thus placing itself in connection with the trade of Japan and the Indies in developiag the resources of our own territory, especiall...

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