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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 30 January 1873

...... „_ W O VAAMBRS ORGAN1ZK tA^nSvfiSmrarna the agrioultaral pre**, and especially by tact themselves against tue extortions t£J9ikWh O^aemitons oi^ anejukr iCPlf^afc^i^*^^^ to MM the prioea of their products Another argnment urged in favor of of the importance of their becoming more sociable among themselves and if the "Patrons of Husbandrj^'ja olhr_.cover ar organisations, succeed in bringing their ran! members into mora familiar ENERNR&RS. There is one way that organizations among farmers might be made of great ers are often at a great loss to know when to sell their products. Whether to sail them as soon as they" can vet than toady for market, at the prices raJsaa-Tas\ te Omldffor"higher ariesa. This hesitancy arises in a great meaaare from their ignorance of the u,i I maaiemea between producers and oaesumtre make it their business parts of bast informed, practical farmers, resid •sB^tBr-nHfatori^ WBmJmMmMm+ of crops in their several localities, to its corresponding Seere...

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. — 6 February 1873

mssm THE JOURNAL. Published everj Thursday Afternoon, AT 8T. CLOUD.MINN. a W A a a el S w. H3. I I XSITOB AMD PROMURTOK. seAwnv 1 1 ITS 1M «M eTs I N Tit IS* 900 9*0 4M a STi far the trat insertteM, aa* Mat a*aB#eftJreaca •eWi-.s.atlae.rtt.a. Aiteney ereerrec in l.reladTiills saints ere Mania's a* aoeonntaale for the east ef ae an tes, there la a .feet*! acreeateat te caaxreta. aiata ia Meaner party, reyauattn all aaaaa to ka sae4ela UTssaffraraOen nellTerj af th.aW.darlt. Leoal Noticaa, I aaata par ma ta tranaUat, aad 10 aaaU mar lima to regular, ae^ettiMr.. Meaee efeeath [tlmpla aaao«acament]3oeeatK eeUau aetloee, a cents par Una merrier, notieea ». Burial plaaa and doable tetania ad vertlseBeass ba taaartadat rataf agreed span. •. SeaatjradY.rtie.- a ta pay quarterly. T. Strangers tanatpsgr In adTajee, or glTesatltiae •ajrr«fuaa«*i. O I I N Blade, plain or eolored, executed anahort no •lee,fittoe baat style, and at St. Paul price*. Print "'"it in Carman and Norwegian, aa wall aa ...

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. — 6 February 1873

Vht Sft. (SM frormrt. W. O E DITOK. Thursday, Feb. 6,1873, VjRAKCK. The esteem in which moat Amen cans hold Franee if maintained quit* muoh our reeolleetioos of hers trieadi* aid ta countenance during oar irat struggles with finglanu, aa oar appreeiatieu lur what aha baa git oa lha world through herdiseeterise la •eienot, or bar treasures of laoa aad •ilk. Eaeb Mff development of bar ever varying fortunes awakens a throb of in it in the hearts at America, and an aaratat desire that her agonies ot revo lotioa may yet bring her the calmer en joyment of self-government wbioh we bare attained. Tha death of Louie Napoleon de mand* anew aa inspection of Qalliie affairs and a fresh expression of oarcases hopes or fears in tha future of the peo ple bis family has dona so muoh to de grade while deluding them into a con fidence in the supremacy of glory among national aims. Bi death can only be regarded as favorable to theother. highest welfare of the a ha ruled, and tha epeotaole of fawning ...

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. — 6 February 1873

ID O 3STBTWS New York, and 8. M. PettengillA Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the tolt agent for THB ouanAi.,in thai city .and are an* theriiedte ooatraet for inserting advertise meats for as at onr lowest oaak rates. Adrartiitra ia that oily art requested to •»ve thoir favor a with either of (ho above houses. I But* a to a a O a a off a a to a a r«kuuh«it. K*ith«»ai»M *.•• AwvaaStoesBnemomno*Oee*fc r. a»a%i» Mourn* WUtw Tlaae table. ma. at. VAva ABOat. OAOBB—OOIBO aoaxa. Leave S Paal Arrive at St. Cloud ooixo SOOTH. LOAVO St. Cloud Arrive at St. Paul 8:00 a. m. 12:.5 p. m. 8:50 a. m. 1:25 p. in. os. CLOUD ABB MB-BOSB—OOIBO waai. Loavo St, Cload Arrive at Melrose 12:4* p. m. 3:00 p. as. OOIKO BAST, Loavo Molrooo Arrive at St. Cload •:00 a.m. 8:40.a. aa. a cuter r. CeneaMaUMai..—(Chutch *outh of Ravin* brldg*.) a m. mi«*7i.tu. tauu aeyScaeet at li o'clock. i*n}U m*attug at in* church en Wednesday *v*ning» at e'clouk. R»v Cjnu Meket, r»»t.r. a id earner of aad take street. rnasannnua.—...

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. — 6 February 1873

DA I I N The gkeoniTXnnuaf "Conventioo "of the New York State Dairyman's Asso ciation and Board of Trade was recent ly hold, and from the addrosa made by Prosident Willard wo take the follow* iogaxtnoea: cdi«anMd!r-ow«B-paoDUCTioic. Looking baek over the pest jear, dairy farming seems to have been as prosperous as most of the other branch es of agrieaknre. It is true prioss muoh better then in 1871, sad there is reason to hops) that they will be no lower for \U earring *y*r. 1 ^b'not think that we are ovsr-produciog or that wo are likely to reaoh that point for some years to oonsa. All the tiett oonneeted with the trade go to show that there is no unusual surplus of stocks fii the cowatry,' while my reports from England indteste that the quanti ty ot Amerioan cheobe on hand is rath er below, than above the usual supply at this season, FAULTS I N DAIRYING AN HO W COR- RECTED. But there is a fault which I think will be pietty generally recognised as belonging f£SaSl Jwj (ijsteni,. :hn...

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. — 13 February 1873

*XikKl. THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT 8T. CLOUD.MINN, 4 of W A I a a A a Cam pel Sta-eet. w. B. I E •DiTom AXD rKeraixTon. •VpSCKlVVIOB A I 0 ABtlimTMHMlCt Sf.wVr* 1 I N I N lAT* ?t 4T* IM N I N TMUM lSsS, lu« A3TTORN3EY AT LAW, T. CLOUD, MWNKSOTA. emidJUer a/ BdVrMletk. aTT* a e. auacuir. ». ». SBABIA TTAHT.nr ckSEABLXi AflPTORNEYslAT LAW, CLOW, MlKlBtOTA. 6pf~ ta JmVir.U'« *Je«*. DK. V. FELL, Eopeopathic Physioian, ABB DISTIST, Clearwater, Minnesota. vl5n20-72 STOGEOlSr DENTIST. BU*»nbere er Bloak. -AIKTCIQUD. MINNESOTA- a SSETOLTEN, DRUGGIST and PHARMACEUTIST, S in near- Pros ariptions earefully compound ed «lar ar ai«ht. OHAS. S. WEBEB,~lrl7Sr, HOMB0PATHIC PHY8ICIAX, BT CLOUD, MINN Offioeon St. Germainstreet, 3d door east of Catholic Church. ST. CLOUD Homeopathic Pharmacy. MBBICI5B CASES AJID BOOKS, in thefamily and for thetreataent HORSES, CATTLE nd otherdemeatic animals 5 ff f, C. 8. WEBER. FHA MINN&80TA. P. MEYST & SON, MERCHANT TAILORS BhepoPoei...

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. — 13 February 1873

mamsB Wit $L tftoutl oxxxmi W\ U. EDITOR. Thursday, Feb. 13,1873. FOUL OH CLKAN The free publication of ike details of the Dodge oeee io St. Paul lately, and the ghoulish delight some of our jour nals seen to have takeo in delineation te the laet stroke ail the prominent 01 aenjMblnaa satnutite developed in the •nqairy, era Jar from being a flattering soanasaafcary on the parity of taste as* istiag is aw North Star State. fiove?er,(it is oar firm belief that the majority of the readers of these newsfapera do not enjoy and do not re .qawe snob reading, and that the argu ment is feroed and ineorreot whioh newspaper men put ont that they pub lish only what the people demand. Stan were it true that a demand ex isted for filthy print, the best moral in terests of the world demand equally emphatically that these ^materials, whieh eerre only as food for rice be with* held. Bat, aside from the morality of the matter, it is afoot suffieiently pa teat that the press of our day whieh anuses 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. — 13 February 1873

.. ••"":j,Ji'.r*7"~ enMBi X. O O A nSTEWS •BUQ«o. P. Howall & Co., 4t Kow, New York, andE. H. PottengiilA Co., 87 rarkftow.New York, arc the toie agent for THI ocanAL, la that oity, and are »u thoriBedtooontraotforinsertingedveriisv- uventsforuB at onr lowest caak rates. Advertisers In tkatoitj are requested te ••TO tkeir favors with either ot the above kCuaea. SaV- TneOtramlmtiom mt 1'kt jearmavl •OOU1H.B stoat ef amy attoer napes rmtolAsmaettm I a a a a teot A S a a •». ravit PAciviv MAia.swai». UtSJ. WtatewTlanoTaSle. 1ST*. at. BASS A ST. OWIB~eoiae SOBTH. LeeveSt. Paul 8:00a.m. Arrive atSt. Clead UM p. m. OOIKO SOUTH. Leave St. Cloud 8:60 a. m. Arrive at tit. Paul 1:26 p. m. a*, oieoa AJIO uautosa—«o»o WEST. Leave St, Cloud 12:-** p. m. Arrive at Melrose 3:00 p. at. Q01MQ BAST, Leave Melrose 6:00 a. m. Amve at at. Cloud b:*« a. a. CMUAtCU MetntCrwAY. QesesJMiUMAL.—Chutih south of Baviae bridge I I still*) el AWJ»- Cava ftAxaa.—liie leuwalag eluk rates ot l'aa JovaaAb: 6 eopi...

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. — 13 February 1873

II M'Bfl I »H W I N ive icanrcdlur IM years p'iron»MOi 'K poultry oomea upon the table, whether it is tender or tough aod there skoeld be no difficulty of know lag jeet ee eerteiolj, whether ehiek ee, ieek, goose oc taiker if old orl» J**BO** gJtlStef«l'»lf? Now the iettewhig hioffsredaea rale by wkieJi yewfcty eae be safely judged, AM eld hen turkey has rough seeks on the lege, catieeites on the soles oi the feet, and long strong claws young one is the reverse of' all these aaejks. the feathers are on the eld tufiieeook bee long tuft or beard, a young one has only a sprout ing one and when they are off, the ssaooth sealee on the legs decide the point, beeido the difference in aieo ef the wnttleo of the neck and in the sheet uacnuhe none* A» eld goose When sure is kaown by Ike roegh legs, the strength of the wines, partieululy the pinions, end strength of the bill, end lose ef the feathers and when plucked, by the legs, tko tenderness of the skin under the wings, by the pin-tion Uae...

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. — 20 February 1873

I ":, & tl)t*y*t*ar kieUver- tA. 1.1 Milt 1 1 Jleaaaste iVMmuUMte S. Saislelglsee 4 to S I I A. A ii quarterly. 1 ..-«—». ta.it tSTWKVtyi., ••••t »t. r««J trie-* w la Herweitaa, ae wen •M««rnatWle«iT«MtUftctiM L. W. COLLINS, ^TTQ^NEY AT IsAiW, CLOUD, MWHI80TA. •JUs e* Mjb«r 2Wfi «•«*. 0 A HAHLDf ft SEARLI, -iTTORNE AT LAW, ST. OLOPfygmWltOTA. 0 0 N JeW*reai'« BIss*. DB. V. FELL, Oeerwater, Minnesota. yl5n20-72 I ,.-X "1 '-.'. 4B. K. JTAQU^S, •iJM"^Mg«»JMo«k. and PflARKIACEimST, (M. BAlnxa. BBJrPresejriitfenseerefulIy ttMM«*4 4»T or Blchi. •41 HOMEOPAIEIC PHYSICIAN, ST CLOUD, MINK Office on S a in 8 a of a O Homeopathic Pharmacy. MBBICIJTB CASKS AJB BOOKS, in the family and for the treatment HOUSES, CATTLE ether domestic animals C. 8, WEBEB. A A CLOUD MINNESOTA. P, JfEYST & SON, Shop apposite the Kelly Hone, wjjmmason ATBWOS. mm. toPER A_SAlUCtK I, YlH0BNT,P»oMnie«. Having leased thin well known andperil* Saloon and Restaurant it iJJW**** pUaaedte hartnMil fronjejy friends. I...

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. — 20 February 1873

I I—Li a BAL. I"'. 9ESB &tw JK. Clottdi ffltmtat. W. I E EDITOR. Thursday. Feb. 20,1878. Sptenal JHqnKeJk totktSt. Cloud Journal ST. PAUJ., Feb. 19. 1879. Normal School appropriation fer Thirty Thousand Dollars passed the Senate to-day. Ayes—St. Kayos—8. H. C. BCRBANK. 0atA*N O HOW. A a A dispatch from Milwaukee received tl St. Piul 1M* sight annosDoea the death of Judge B. B. Meeker of Min neapolis, which took pleee jeaterdaj afternooo about 4 o'clock. Tha tale gram contained DO particulars of hitthem death. On Thuradaj last Judge Meeker present at a meeting in Minneapolis, and on Friday be left for the East, apparently in bis usual health. The cause of hie death is left to conjecture, hut being a man of foil habit, it it supposed that he must have died from apoplexy or disease of the heart. TROVBkYB IB M1BBJEBOTA TRKA81HY A recently appointed investigating com* mittee from the State Legislature haa unearthed a etate or affairs discredita ble chiefly to the loose legal restrict...

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. — 20 February 1873

O A 1ST tflU««o. P. Rowell Co., 40 Park Row, No* fork, aad 8. M. PettengillA Co., 87 Pork Row, Now York, or* Ik* tol* agent for Tan JOOBXAX.,in thaioity,and are au thorisedte oontraot for inserting advertise naeutsforus at oar lewoat oaak rates. Advertisers ia that oity are. requested ta O%TO their favor with aitkor of ika above ktuaco. 40- TMeOtremlamem of Jowtmai O I .Ma sf am papa rmkUsnasUm MostMerA Mlmmeawta. AAT*vOtaaawraaa«aak«*tlkla B*. N FACIFIU MAlAWRtfAJD. N WiavOaa-WlaaaVaM*. rava AS* rr. O eotae BOBTX. Leave li. Paal Arrive oi St. Cloud 12:» P aoma SOUTH. Leave 8t. Cloud 8:60 a. m. Arrive at St. Paul 1:25 p.m. at. «.•«» AMO Muaoaa—eeura iraar. Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Melrose Leave Melrose Arrive at St. Cloud 12:40 p. m. 8:00 p. n. UOIKQ BAST, 1:00 a. m. 8:40 a. m. CMVBCU DKUCCTWRT. Osaaaj*uno*AX.—{Chuich south of Bavins bridge.) SatTieea ovary Sunday .1 IUU a. aa. sad 7 p.m. Sun day Sosjeol st la w'clock. Prayer meeting st tiio shutch ea Wednesday •Toning, st 7 o'cloc...

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. — 20 February 1873

.jjuvas-^iwp^ 3 •0*?. ,«tt O OW FAR STOCK. ^jff|MB|tra diapatoh says: Tha aaaa*J atock rtport of tha Department of Agrioultira shows that the prices of ftm animals art, belter auatained than that* of other farm products. Hones cataiaaad improred priest in nearly all sf t*a I I Mmnm it itoiii^fjfe''tiM^ preeiatloo being ii general, though •04 equal ia the ssvaral Status. Tbu insttasn. MUehjotm in Iks 8atk in many of tin Nacthara States. Swine bear lower rates generally, thengh quite a* nigh^KlsjfrjM^jtox^nriin tern States. An analysis of local differ ences shows that the prices of horses have advanced in New Kngland^-KLew York, Pennsylvania, and in Gulf States, In New Jersey, where prices rule high- sunn is'spparent, thongh rates are stilt relatively high. Though lower prices prevail in Deleware, Maryland, Tennes- -seWis^NohbAGarolina. ID Minnesota, lows, and Nebraaka, where the supply is unequal to the requirements of wi dening operations in agriculture, hones bsjar higher prioea. 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. — 27 February 1873

I.M 1 1 a, fcV 1 1 S S S I W S S THE JOURNAL, Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. I of W a Avaawa a Chape Street. I O E I aMTOR AUD FKOPMBTOR. 9 CU SCRIPT ION I re »tuu*M,rATAMLMiir ADVAMVM. A I O A S Wt. *W|ltW IS••ft 1M ST* .15 7(0 1100 16«0 1 Nonae efdeath [ilmpleanaoaneement] Meant* •artaary aotioea, eeeuta per line marriage notieee Wtanta. ft. Baaeialplaoe and Ooableeoliimnadrertleeajean fee laaertedat rater agreed apon. •.TaavrWadTerUM' eto pay quarterly. fit a O I N I N •f kiada, plain or eolored, executed on ihort na Mee, In the beet ttyle, and at St. Pan! prioes. Print la* daae la Sarman and Norwegian, aa well ai and warranted to giro aatiaJactioa. L. W. COLLINS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 9fu on Id floor of Belt* Block. a O. HAMLIN. P. B. 8KARIB. HAMLIN & SEARLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 0044 Bdsibroek't Block. DR. V. FELL, Homeopathic Physioian, AND DENTIST, Ckuvttir, Minnas.*. Tl6n20-72 |L X. JAQU^S, SURGEON DENTIST. JSHs...

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. — 27 February 1873

ess 8tu £t. (Stoud journal VT. 0 O KDH'Uh. Thursday, Feb. 27,1873. SI BXFOSU1UD OV CRI9IK. Not a few prudes are ventilating their notions of propriety iu finding nearly is much fault with Mr. York for his cleverly ontrived and skillfully executed ezpeaure ot Senator Fcmeroy •f Kansas, as in the original iniquity of old Fomaroy himself. The offenses of bribery and general offielnl corruption are essentially deeds that flourish only in concealment, and though often sus* peetsd and their baasful fruits per hnps keenly felt, are yet beyond the reach of ordinary methods of investi* gation. In comparison with the gravi ty of these occult misdemeanors, and their most serious influence upon the integrity and prosperity of our national, as well as local affairs, the adoption o' underhanded measures for their eradi cation is venial, and merits more that) our reluctant favor. The prinoipal is tbe same as that followed in all detective poliee service as oooasion demands, and «ioe that hides its...

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. — 27 February 1873

*?^r. o-wsi Xi 1 nawi kaaaa* O O HTBIWS tVJe-Uto. P. liowell ft Co., 40 Park Row, New lork, and£. M. PettengiliA Co., 87 ParkRow.New York, are the sol* agent for Tui JOCRRA*., in that oity, and arc au thoriiedto contracttor inserting advertise ma-itsfor us at our lowest cash ratio. Advertisers in thatoitv are requested to •»t» their favors with either ol the above houses. Oaf-TmcJlr«l»Uw* a DOC ML. hi tmmt ttf am r»V«* a A a a a a L.e* A4™rtia*raram\ea«kertmia. »T. VAUR. PAUfl MAliaUIAD. t«T». WlatwTlmtTekl*. UTS. IT. PARR AIR IT. QLORR—OJOIRO RORTR. LOOT* It. Paul o. nw ArriTo at St. Cloud 1**0 p. at. OOIMO SODTU. Leave St. Cloud 8:50 a. m. Arrive at bi. Paul l:-6 p. m. ST. CVLOtl) AND MALAOSB—001SQ WtlT. Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Atelrose 12:4a p. m. 8:00 p. a UOISQ EAST, Leave Melroee Arrive at at. Cloud CHURCH •:00 a. 8:40 a. uu CoaeaMAtioiUL.—(Chuich south of Ravin* bridge.) Sarvisesevary eanaay at iu.,». m. au17p.ui. Suu day School at 12 o'clock, l'rayer meeting eliurch eu Wed...

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. — 27 February 1873

O A W A N O W E A O A I S I N I N N E S O A The following from the St. Paul Press of January 29th in relation to the good qualities of Odessa wheat, signed James W. Martian. We do not think it equal to the Fife of Flint wheat, and the flour made from Odessa does not command as good a prioe. Consumers of Minne sota flour in all markets condemn the quality. It makes a nice-loo- iag, soft floor bat lacks strength or body, for which Minnesotafloorhas a great rep- Inthe raffowSTaimade a teat in my mills by making fonr hundred barrels Albany, Boston, Baltimore and St Louis, and io all of them it brought 50 oants to $1.00 less per barrel, and their customers all condemned it, and said they wanted DO more of it. This fluui was branded my first brand, which ha« high reputatiou in all markets, and for a time injured the good name of my brand. This I thiok wil! be tbs testimony of all the best merchant mill in onr State, and they aa well as myself prefer to bay flint wheat. Any new kind of whe...

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. — 6 March 1873

THE )UIiNAJU„ Published every Thursday Vilernoon, AT ST OIIOJDIJ'.MINK. I it os w. KDITOR AND PKofKlitTOK. suuscttiPrioNi 1 WO DOLLARS,PAYA\BLMUT ADVAMOM. A Bx»r»CoyT ill be seat jraiisto the fetter lmolwb of Five Subscribers. A 9 O A I I 8e.a*rr., 1 wj 2 wi 8 Smo|es»o. 1 ft, 9 100: 1*0 *DP 11*1 37*, 3*0 Si* 440 S3* -irs 4T| 7 00 ST* ol0 1 Legal!UidrttTerumeiita«vertleeenente,»»eea»a I per'sqiwrotorttu.ri.si insertion,au« S7^eenteper square for «»ob subs qaent insertion. 5. Attorney! ordering In legal'tdvnrtiseinentaare regarded as accountable for the eost of the same, an tets there isas'iwiial agreement to ehurge the |o another putt Payment in til to be nude in .drauce orepon delivery of the.t'ttdavit. 3. Local Notice*. 15 cent* per no to I ranslent.and 10 sent* per Hue to regular, advertisers. Notice ofiottli (simple announcement] Z&eeaM •bituar.v uoth.es, 5 cents per line: marriage notieet *0 cents. 6. Seeci.il pl.ico and OoablecnlumnidvertiMmeate be iuierteil.it rat*:, agree...

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. — 6 March 1873

gglftvt*- ••-*. 1 mm 9ht £t. €\tn\& gonrnal W. I E E I O Thursday, Mar. 6,1878.J NORMAL^SOHOOL fifteial Ditfotek to The Journal: fit. PAUI, March 6.1873. The Normal Soheol appropriation for Thirty Thousand Dollars, passed tbe Hoaao to-day. AIM, Six Thousand for current tapsnsee. H. 0 BURBANK. VOUfAX AND NstSaUTT. It is now stated that tho money re* ofired Mr. Colfax from the mysterl on and generous Neabitt waa probably for services rendered the latter b? Mr. Colfax, ic eooneotioD with a certain government oontraet held by Neabi tt, for preparing stamped envelopes. Too limit of this oontraet had expired and Nesbett was still furnishing the envel opes without a renewal of the engage* a»ent. The Postmaster General having submitted the matter to the Attorney General, it was pronounced illegal and sUps were at oeoe token to secure fresh bids. A this juooturo, it is said, Mr. Colfax put in an argument iu the be half of the contractor, and Nesbitt's hard eaah gratitude has been folly 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. — 6 March 1873

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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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