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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 1 August 1872

1 CLIMATE OF MINNESOTA. a W a W it a a in a A a a From the New York Tribune. A Mianesota ex-Governor said re cently "Minnesota has the loudest thunder, the most vivid liglitning, and flhe most splendid Northern lights of any of the States." He might have added the finest sunsets, the bluest skies, and the whitest olouds. Minne sota is remarkable ior her thousands of lakes her summer day of 16 hours her cold winters in which men do notand feel eold with the thermometer from 20 to SO degrees below aero for h«rbreak healthful slimate whieh acts upon the diseased system like a course of medi cal treatment for her lands whioh re quire neither clearing, draining, nor dressing, and need only the plow and the seed to produce abundant crops for the thousands of invalids who have found health under her beautiful blue Bkies, and for her hundreds of men who acquired an independence from her soil in from three to five years Minnesota ha» just fairly entered her teens. She is 14 years old, yet sh...

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. — 8 August 1872

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. Oatcv—Corner of W a to A a Chape Street. w. I B. I I I O S E EDITOU AND W10PRIET0R. SUBSCRIPTION! 1 WO DOLLARS, FA TABLE IX AD VANCE. AaKxtraCopywiUbesoiiti/ratiitto the gettsr •fftolub of fire Subscribers. KATES O ADVERTISING I Sqa»rt 1 e«l. 2 wi 3 2uio. 3iuo Buo.| 1 yr. 100 175 240 325 475 00 710 150: 200 275. 880 82o! 4i0 475! o2." 7 00- 925 875 00011000 60O S0O|U00 6-2o 11IW 1»00 760 1280 2250 1200 11*60,8000 ST. CLOUD 15 00 22 60 30 00 35 00 40 00 5250 76 00 12600 9OOjU 00! MOOi 2250 8760 112511400 25 00 3000 4500 16501200014000[ 6000|7600 1100 1. t»g«l »uil(JoverunitmtaiK»rtUements,75osnts par ««aar* for the But iusertion, And 37% cents per squireforeach subsequent insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering"In legal advertisements are regarded accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all ones to be made in advance or upon delivery of the a...

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. — 8 August 1872

I Ifllt £W* CUMttVgWIWHH* vr. B. MITCIIELL £mTOB "Thursday* Aug. 8, 1872. MPUBLIOAN TICKET. FO PRKSIDENT XJ. S Glt^VlVT, VOH TICK E S I E S E N W I S O N of MasaaeHtisetta. Presidential Klcctora AT LAROK. W. B. MABSHALL, of Ramsey, 0H4BLI3 KITTLESON, of Freeborn. TIBST MSTRIOT. CHARLES A. COE, of Houston. BICOTO DISTRICT. M. 9. CHANDLER, of Goodhue. THIRD DISTRICT. THEODORE SANDER, of Ramsey. For Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. For Clerk Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Congress, Third District GEN. JOHN T. AVERILL. NORTH CAROLINA KLECTION. The election in North Carolina on last Thursday was immediately follow- ed by rejoicings and jubilations on the part of the Liberals and Democrats, who claimed a majority of irom ten to fifteen thousand. Each day since, the majori ty has dropped two or three thornsan d, and with it the lower lips of the fright ened Groelejites, who began to read defeat where they first saw victory. The vote is very close, and the official count will probably...

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. — 8 August 1872

I 1 E O A ISIJUWQ .Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, Near York, andS. M. Pettengill& Co., 37 Park Row, New York, are the sole agent for THB JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thored to OontTaot for Inserting advertise maitaforua at our lowest oash rates. AdTertisers in that oily are requested to VTO their favors with either of the above uses. 4 9 a on a O O a at a a t*«t»lISnCul If a a E,«t A b. a •I Z2SSS£BS&*BBBSSeSSBSSSSB S BAM A A I I A I O A 1 8 S a 18T» ST. CLOUD, ST. PAUL & MINNEAPOLIS. Leave St. Cloud 7.28 am S.OOpm Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am do Minneapolis 10.45 am ST. PALL & MINNB4P0LI8 TO ST, Leave St. Paul 8.80 a do Minneapolis 8.45 am Arrive St. Cloud 12.56 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change cars at the Junction. By raising a club of Tea Subscribers for THI JOURNAL, at 25 cents eaoh, you will get new music worth $25. See Campaign advertisement. —Where, 0 where, North Carolina rooster —On Tuesday night there was a heavy storm of rain an...

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. — 8 August 1872

THE JOURNAL CAMPAIGN JOURNAL. 25 03STLY CENTS. As the candidates of the different parties are now in the -field, and the Presidential issues have been dis tinctly defined, an earnest prosecution of the campaign is necessary. Believing that the peace, welfare and prosperity of the country can best be promoted by the election ef GRANT AND WILSON, will give a hearty support to the nominees of the National Republican Party. In order that a first-class paper—giving all the gen eral, local and political news—may be placed with in the reach of everybody, we will furnish THE JOUR- NAL from this date until NOVEMBER 15th, FOE 2 5 E N S Or for SIXTY CENTS, we will send during this time, with THE JOURNAL, Inter-Ocean, St. Paul Press, or New York Times. NEW SPRING STYLES either the Chicago IKS-SEND IN YOU CLUBS! EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE AT J. W. TENVOORDE'S. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, BOOTS AND SHOES, C"-_OOE___:E-_r JUSTD O-I_.ASS'W__:R,:__ Coiner St. Germain and State streets, opposite ...

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. — 15 August 1872

1 a THE JOURNAL. FeblUhed ererj Thursday Afteraooa, AT ST. CLOTJD,MINN. W W a A a a a a a el Street IDITOK ASD FBOPftlBTOft. P- aoasOHlPTIOHl WO DOtLA*B,PAYA$LXllTADTAlfCM. AaestraOopyeJUbesent^retiitO the fetter efeesubef lire Subscribers. S RAISES O ADVBRTMUIG Beeare 1 aw 1*0 275 8S5 476 TOO 000 ftw 2mo. 100 ITS liO 335 476 600 TW Ono.j 1 yr. 300 860 460 626 026 876 600 696 t«0 600 800 UK 1600 1400 1100 1600 1260 2860 8000 8T60 .4100 1100 1400 S000 USA I960 1100 HAMLIN &SEARLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OfU* RiMntVt Block. MAS. ft. S E L. W. COZ.UXS. KBRH & COLLINS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OAU* 2«fjfeer ef MoW$ MUok. JL H. CARVILL, M. BOMOBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. l¥.CLOV», MimilSOTA. i*« Star*, it W JTRAJSTCIS •ft IFeeAsViylen H. ATKINS, rsibiAM OfictonSt. Qe tin afreet, over £o«eno«ry «r'# «tor«, rtesideaee four blooki north oftho Court Hoot*. K. K. JAQUE3, SURGEON DENTIST. Jtoeenberger Block. «AINT CLOUD. MINNESOTA- A A ST. CLOUD MINNES...

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. — 15 August 1872

I ff.B.MITCaiLL.BDITOB.. Thursday. Aug. 13,1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FO PRKSIDEilT u. s. GRAIVT, VOR VICH S I N E N W I 3 0 N of Haasachasetta. AT UHI W. R. MARSHALL, of Rwnwy, OUARLKS KITTLSSON, of Proabora. 0UARLK8 A. COR, of Hourton. ssoom rawer. M. 8. 0H4NDLRR, of Goodhue. I I MBTarCT. T1IR0D0RB SANDS*, of Raawy^ A For Auditor, 0 P. WH1TC0MB. For CUrh Supreme Court, SHERWOOD 0 0 For Member of Congress, Third Diitrici E N A E I JOHXftO!* AMD Gr.EKIiRY. la a speech of over two boars ia length at Kooxville, Tennessee, on Monday evening, ex-President Andy Johnson took the ground that the con stitution and the country could be saved only by the election of Horace Greeley. In this sympathy of John son with the Liberal movement we see history repeating itself. Greeley is now attempting to do what Johnson at tempted a tew years ago—to break up the Republican party and construct a new one devoted to his own personal fortunes and ambitions. Johnson had a Convention Greeley has had a Con ve...

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. — 15 August 1872

li LOOAL 3SIJUJWB »eo. P. Howell & Co., 40 Part Row, Hew York, and 8. M. Pettengill& Co., 37 Park Row, Now York, are the sole agent for HI JOUBBAH, in that oity, and are au thored to contract for inserting advertise maitsforus at onr lowest oath rates. Advertisers In that oity are requested to »ve their favors with either of the above Ja'aees. 4aV* he Circulatio of Tit* a OOCBL at a a a NortA«rmaitam«aota. Le AaYrartlserareaaambertnis. PAUL PACIFIC BA1LRUAD W I a a Tlaaa Table. 1874 ST. CLOUD, ST. *AUL ft MiMNKArons. LeaTe St. Cloud 7.28 am 8.00 pm Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.15 pm do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.45 pm ar. Ban* ft MINKBAPOLIS TO ST. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 8.30 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.46 am 5.00 Arrive St. Cloud 12.58 8.80 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change oars at the Junction. CHURCH DltUCCrORY. CoxasiaAttoaAi..—(Church south of Baviae bridge.) da. School at jtfock. ftajer meetiug a the church on Wedneedey evening! at 8 o'clock. Rev Cyrus Picket, ...

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. — 15 August 1872

4 W^^r^^^m A A O A 1 4U JWMMMM Farmer* Union. Th« usual low to the formers of th* Northweit, in eooseqaenoa of tho careless stocking of the grain, amounts fo a large sum of monej. We know not, neither does aoj one else, how •nob, but we believe, in this State alone, it will reseh niillions of dollsra every jeer. There is not a farmer the State but knows that we hut the* storms seldom ever miss us lft September, and the result large quantities ol No. 1 wheat is transfer- red to No. 2, perhapa No. 3, frequently almost rained. The oause arises from poor stacking, and a moat wretehed poliey it is. There Is as muoh a trade about smoking grain as there is to build a house, or to make a plow. No sar dine or novioe ean build a stock prop* erlv. It requires ezperienos. A maa to make a stsek that is prool against the driving storms of the northwest, must serve an apprenticeship at the business. Every sheaf of grain must be placed in just such a position and she position must be just right. Th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 22 August 1872

A a Bxtra Cop will be sent aratti to the getter a a of Five Subscribers. 2 A O A I N O Baaare. -WW Sao, 1 S 100 1T5 ISO 335 47ft eoo TS0 mol*Bao.| 1 yr. 3 mo j' 150 S74 836 476 00 00 300 360 460 636 •34 ITS 500 436 760 400 1000 S00 1400 1400 3310 uooiupo 1260 3360 1460 0000 3960*760 SO00 4100 6000T600 UOO 4000 1300 1400 3600 4000 UOO 1400 3000 uoo U84 14601 7649 W W 1. Legal MiMofiriamrtTwlUianmHtMi for the Srst taeertton, a I 7 6 •tear* Streets. i»b**jueat laaertlea •MOf N fcr It MM of san«,«s» lees tbeMlseSaeClal I W Mi aarti. Hra»»111 aU eaV» saeSel* •tfraaee eras** eeUvety of taeesMertt. *. Laeel Ueeateae 11 I tT*tlllsffis l*eeanB*rUMtoreg«ler,%rfT%rtlees*, I I NeJkeofdeath [simple e»em»cea^]Se«eatat ebttntrj eoUces. 6 to par in marriage aeUees SO*****. I N I place roabU eolamaeiref tleeaMBM t*k* taaettedat tmtw agree* «pon. *. YearlyadTirtiM' it anarterly. V.Btfeatersmaatpayli advance, or gtvaaadssas ory references. S I N I N O Of kinds, plain or colortd, execnted on amort ns t...

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. — 22 August 1872

hi. ft* 5t. Slouil ountal W. I E E I O Thursday. Aug. 22,1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PWS9IDBNT, TJ. S A N FOR VICK PKKStDBNT E N W I S O N BlKaaaefemaetta. Vr«eMcaUl«l on At LA1Q«. W. B. MABJHAXL, of liHqf, CHARLES EITTLKSON, of Ireoborn. an witiiot. 0HABLBS A. 001. of Houston. M. 8. CHANDLBB, of Ooodhne. tarn* »utiicf. THtODORS SANDKB, of M«M/. Ftr Audit*, 0 P. WH1TC0MB. For Cltrk Supreme Cowl, SHERWOOD HOUGH. P«r Member of Congress, Third DUtriot E N A I I A MODBLRBPORMBK. Hon. James R. Doolittle, of Wis consin, was President of the Baltimore Convention, and it was he who officially notified Horace Greeley of his nomina tion as the Demoeratie candidate for President. Proofe, in the shape of letters in Doohttle's handwriting and of affidavits,' show that in 1864 this model Reformer demanded and re- oeired a quarter interest in a cotton transaction whioh prodooed a profit ot a million and a half dollars, as a return for his inflnenoe, as a United States Senator, in obtaining the co...

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. — 22 August 1872

I av I X'- '.Jf msasa XOOAT.I INJilWB O to P. RowellftCo., 40 Park Row, Hew York, and8. M. Pettengill&Co., S7 Park Row, Now York, or* tko «ei« agent for Taa Joum*A.i.,ia that oity, and are au taoriiedto contract fer N if advertise ments ferns at our lowoot oath rates. Advertisers in that city are roqaooted to »Tt their favors with oitktr of tko above ••00. jay. Th.eClrc*laUem ef Ta\e a DOCBLK at a am a rvMlsaeeUa NortweraMtaaoamta. Lot A*ertlaersreaaea.aert»ls. PAVit PACIWIC BAIUROAO 18**. Summer Time Table. 18T». ST. CLOUD,* ST. FAUII & MMMBATOMS. Leave St. Cloud 9.28 a a 8.00 pm Arrive at 8t. Paul 11.0s a 7.15 do Minneapolis 10.45 a 6.45 pm IT. rani,ftMINBBAPOHS TO or. MOBD. Leave St. Paul 8.30 am 4 45 do Minneapolia 8.45 am 5.00 Arrivo St. Cloud 12.56 8.80 Paoaeof era going to aad from Mfaeneap olio change ears at tho Junction. CUDBCH mfueorumw. COHOSHA«O»AI -{Ctmrce soeta of Bartse brMte.) ^Tj««»T ryt^Bd«atl0Wa.»,am4«f.a». Baa* daySebool at tfdoam Player ma*Ua« efcajrch ...

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. — 22 August 1872

wyp'fyt f*f /rem Li*^kwott* Meigaems Jor Tennyson is a great smoker. He has never,with Lamb, prsiacd "Baohus' black servant negro fine," nor with Byron rhymed the delights of "sublime tobaeop," but he dearly lovos the weed lor all thai. Poet and dweller *1n the empyretn" though he be, he knows nothing of Ruskia's acorn for those who "pollute the pure air of morning with cigar-smoke." But be does not affeet the mild Havanna in all the pipes in the world the com •lay pips is his eaoiee. He to general aoanpaay. E?er sinea an enterprising Tether, after re- peated •sHalbUanet Miaatj' gslntfl an tranos to his gronads and rewarded faiBMeli fee the trouble he had had eattiag dowa which waribeid, had planted with his own hand, Tennyson's hor- ror of admitting promiscuous visitors has been extreme But to those who come properly accredited he proves a ohanning boat. His den is at the top of the house. Thither be repairs after breakfast, and in the midst of »e« ut books oa shelves, tables, chai...

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. — 29 August 1872

•••r I rwbllohed every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOCD.MINN. O a of Wa.UlnsrtOK A I I a Csmpei •DITOH, AND PBOPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION An lxtra Copy» (11 be seat#r«K*to the getter •faelubofriYeSnheerlbers" It ATStS O ADT1RTIII1IO I I I I W S I M.1 I S«.aarrt. 100 S 1 yr. 1M 1T» sis 4T4 TOO 100 1125 1050 too 3 0 ftOO 4 SO Stf 3ft UOO 1400 2000 »T» tto ass 100OI 1*00 1400. 22 40 MOO 22 80 STM MOO MOO 094 00 1100 12*0 SO 00 MOO 4000 2 MOO WOO 1200 1400 MOO 4000 .15 22*0 8000 •000 Tea 1. legauoo eaM.V.raneauavwUessn.ntaJSeeMS for sen*" for the Srst insertion, and ST^ cents per for —eh Hb*4Wrt insertion. f. Att.rn.vs «rd«rl.« la lepladviltrs .meats asa vasarded aeeeaatakie lor the east ef Ik* lees Mara It a special itiMMit ekarg* DM at to another party. Fevmentla all earn tefce made im a4vaac.«r«poa4eltveryef theaSMavlt. S.I^ljrattaaa,Mca»ttf« n.totrenateat.aaS ltMaUptrliaatoraralar.adTarUaan. 1 J. [luntomoaaosSMat] Uoeatst •W«** «»tleM, camta Mr Una snrriage aeticos to cots. ft. Special p...

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. — 29 August 1872

aiaasfcea tkt £t. &**& gattrnat fl. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday. Aug. 29,1872. BEPUBLIOAN TICKET. O PRKBIDBNT, TJ. A N FO VICR P11E8IDENT, E N W I S O N of Maaaaeaweotta. iMdiuitUl tlMtwt At I IT. ft. XAMBALL, of Ramsey, 0UARLE8 KRTLE30N, oft reeoorn. •J* X.'? .-.» if FMST DltTHOT. 0HAM.1 A. COS, of Boniton. iHonmnuct. M. I. CHAND1JCK, of Goodhue. I1IP MiTBKT. THEODORE SANDER, of Rants*/. Jfor Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. /or CT«r* Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Congress, Third District E N A E I A DBPLORABLK LACK. OK HAR MONY OH *»IUNCIPl*KS. It is saddening to see that in maaj localities, and very especially in the South, the Democrats are not taking their Liberal brethren to their bosom with that pore and earnest affection which night have been expected. ID places where they have a clear major* ity, they seem very slow in compre* heeding the true meaning of Reform— which is, a division of the offices. Na tionally, the Democraov were weak and demoralised, and thei...

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. — 29 August 1872

-ran XiOOA.T.1 JSJJbUWS •OuGeo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Row, New York, andS. M. PettengillA Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the #o/e agent for TH« JOUXHAI, in that oity, and are au thorised to contract for inserting advertise ma its for us at onr lowest oash rates. AdTertisers in that oity are requested to o"*ve their favors with either of the above uses. 40T TIk«Clrc«l*Um of a DOUBL.K at a a a IfartfeermMlamesata. i*et A •T. PAVU FAC1VIC HAIL.ROAD UTS. EnatHcr Tim* Tool*. 1ST*. ST. OLOUD, ST. PAUL m»SBAP0MS. Leave 8t. Cloud 7.20 am 2.60 pm Arrive at St. Paul 11.05 am 7.16 pm do Minneapolis 10.45 am 6.45 ST. rAUL m.NNXAPOUS TO ST. CLOUD. Leave St. Paul 8.80 am 4 45 do Minneapolis 8.45 a 6.00 Arrive St. Cloud l.OOp 8.85 Passengers going to and from Minneap olis change ears at the Junction. CHUSUH mtUBClXIRY. CoTCaa9Afioi*i.-Caarcb.south ofnavtae bridce.) Ssrvta*aever78aadajetloKe~a.aod8p.m. Sun der School at 12 o'doek. Pe»rsr tusctius the caojch on Woaasedsy armings at 8 o'clock. Rev...

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. — 29 August 1872

MtAVIBB. -Barnum's gorills was heard to re marf one not day, that* "hoM ba blasted if he'd wear hair over-ooat muoh longer this hot weatlier for $10 week. —"Albany 'has four hundred dwel- ling-houses, and two thousand Four hundred inhabitants all standing with their gable ends to the streets.'* So it was printed in a school geography not long ago. —In Switierland, a milkmaid who is good singer gets more salary than .others, becauso under the influence of musio oowa "give down" better and more milk. An Eastern farmer is trying to hire Parepa Rosa and Kellogg to sin round his pump. •—A Bridgeport lady remained teo long on a train to kiss a female friend, and trying to get off after it had start* ed, was thrown violently on her face. "If ever I kiss anybody again said she, vengefnlly, as she arose 'any woman, at least," she thoughtfully ad ded. A good story is told of a olergy- man in a Massachusetts town who for got bis notes on a Sabbath morning, and as it was to* late to send for th...

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 September 1872

•*m a •. ram* •ail tttM Jt)tlKMlt Pnblhhcd every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. jjgBjSMwaw* O O W a a to Avenmo Chape Street. •DITOR AMD PRWWKTOR. I SUBSCRIPTION I SWO DOLLARS,PAYABLX1N ADVAXQM. AaKxtraCopywiUbeseatfraMtto tha getter eelab of iv Subscribers. HAWKS OV JUnrSUftTISMOi •j«ert «W Sw SBO. 1Q0 17e eel. 471 600 TM Saw.) 1 jr 160 275 336 476 700 900 100 350 4W •as 376 600 636 760 600 600 II. 1000 1600 1600 3360 1S00 3S40 3000 37W) 4600 T600 1100 U60 1660 3360 MOO 36 00 4000 6360 76 00 11600 1300 1400 1185 1660, Moo xooo 86 00 S080 4000 6000 MOO 1 £egelea4aeTeraaMate*TerUieme«te,Tleeui •ersqaarefcr the Srst Insertion, and STKcenteper sfMM for eaeaaabeeqnent insertion. ?, Attorneys onlsring'Tn legaladTortlMSMntSars regarded asaecoantableforthe coat of the tame, nn lew there is" especial agreement to charge the tame te aaother party. Payment in all eaaee to he Bade ia adreace er epon delirerj ef the eeUavlt. ». LeeelWptieei.lScenteper neto transleat.and 19 cents per line to regular...

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. — 5 September 1872

Sj #t. $uma gtftmutt W. B. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Sept. 5, 1872. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOU PRKSIDEIVT, XJ. S A N FOR VIC'K PRKSIOBNT E N W I S O N Of MMIIUhVNtti. Presidential Elector* At lAROf. W. K. MARSHALL, of Rtunsey, CHARLRS KITTLKSON, of Freeborn. FIRST PI8TRHJT. CMAKLES A. COX, tf Houston. ••con nanuot. II. 8. CHANDLHK, of Goodhue. *HUUISTBICT. THSODORS SANDER, of Ramsey. /br Auditor, 0. P. WH1TC0MB. ibr C?«-i Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUGH. For Member of Congress, Third Distrlot E N A E I SKNATOKIAI, NOMINATION—A SUGGF.BTION TO E E I CAN CONVENTION. It is so seldom we find anything to commend in tbe action ot a Democratic Convention, that wo hasten to give credit to the Stearns County Conven tion which met io this city oo last Monday for the excellent judgment it displayed in selecting its candidate for State Senator. The delegates rose above mere partisan considerations, and made Ibeir choice to rest upon person* al ability and fitness. Tbe gentleman who presented Mr. Burbank's...

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. — 5 September 1872

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