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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 October 1866

THE JOURNAL T.ATKLT "TH E DE310CRAT," Published every Thm sday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. dikli-c— 1 1 'orucr W a in on A «. ii ii S W U. I E KftlTOll AXD PROPRIETOR. SVBSC'ItlJPTIO. 8 •VII O DOLLAHS A Yl^ilf, .IDV.'t-YO:. An ccjiy will lm scut •^.-.ui to llio gi-ttcr np inl.pl tn subscribers. 1 *|M«re 1. i. i«iart A I S 1 oo a ". mo.jfi mo. I 1 ji HOC! 10 00 1600 S no 14 00 •_'2 .0 Oil 4 .(' oo is oo! so oo a ccuts per ainnr a for each mtOseqnont insertion. 2 Attorney* ordering in U-gul advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, uu less there is a special agreement to charge the same to auothor (tarty Payment in ail cases to he made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and lOoents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of dentlv [simple announcement] 25 cents obitnary notices. 5 cents per liue niarriago notice, 50 cents. 5. All political, religious or other notices, 5 cents per line. 6. Spe...

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. — 25 October 1866

«h Sk* JR. CImtA wwiat W. MITCHELL 1 I 0 Thursday, Pot 25, 1866. Bepublioan State Ticket. tor Gongr—, 24 District. IGNATIUS DONNELLY. JW &W« Auditor, CHARLES McILRATH. JW Clerk of Supreme Court, 8BBRW00D HOUGH. For Judge, Itk Judkial District, CAPT. JAMES M. McKELVY. Sanatoria! Ticket, 3d Diet. For Senator, CAPT. 8. M. BRUCE. For Representatives. HENRY HCEPNER, (Stearna County.) N. BICHARDS05, (bal. of Dist.) Bepublioan County Tioket. For County Auditor, BARNEY VOSBERG. For County Attorney, CAPT. L. W. COLLINS. For CUrh of the District Court CAPT. R. SCHOENEMANN. Jbr County Commissioners, A. W. LIBBY. 2d District. A. SUTTON, 3d District, JOHN SCHONLABBN, 4th Dist. O A S A O I N E N S Hon. I. Donnelly and Hon. Gordon will speak as follows: Anoka, Wednesday, Oct. 24th. Mentieello, Thursday, Oet. 25th. Clearwater, Friday, Oet. 26th. 8t. Cloud, Saturday, Oct. 27th. N A O S A N I O I Senator Ramsey and ex Goiernor Miller will speak at the following times and places: Elk Bhrer, Monday...

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. — 25 October 1866

.OS" '4*' O A ISTEIWS •Ttesj»Circulation or Three cheers for Capt. Bruce! »!»i• Journal** Ss JDOVBIi of a a pabllahed aboratt at.t Anthoney Palls .«•» AJrrertlaers remember this. •aBassaaaaaaasna We would respectfully request all buttntss men and other* wishing any kind of ob Printing (o call and examine our ex~ .ensive »toek of New Material, just received rom the eait, before tending to St. Paul or go- ing elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the but in the State, and we do work which me will guarantee to be satisfactory, at SU fail prices. PUUTTXBUH.—Pastor, ROT. K. V. Campbell. Ser vices ever Sabbath morning at 10}£ o'clock. Evening it 7. Sunday School alter morning service. jna?T All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. W in A capable, in- dustrious boy, of from 16 to 18 years of age, wanted at this Office to learn the print- ing trade. Good wages will bo paid. Ap- ply immediately. SIDEWALKS.—J. K. Clark has th...

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. — 25 October 1866

I S I A S •Mrtareaof the Seedy in Trie* to Vote. From the Cincinnati Times. About noon to-day a steely-looking man, considerably shattered by corn juice, staggered into our sanctum and dropping into a chair, inquired "Times eder'r in Wo were in, several of us "Willin' to publish statement from (hie) stranger It was raining out of doors, local items wero scarce, and we wore dispos ed to listen !Q the seedy m.m or shatter ed appearance. The following was TH E SEEDY A N 8IORY. •'I 'side in In'nap'lis—was on An'y Johnson's 'caption o'mitt e. When An'y went away ho left cons'tutiou and thir' six bottles of star whisky on my hands. My heart's full of (kms'tution, and my cys'ems full of (hie) star whis ky. I've been swinging 'round the cir cle—its the Knights of the Gol'n Cir cle—over since. Woke up this morn in' and thought I was home. Sun'ly fleeted that it was 'lection day llav in' a oue to bed with boots and hat on, didn't take long to dress. Took gin cocktail t' breakfast. Started for...

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. — 1 November 1866

1 THE N A ,^ATBl.T "ttn VIMOCEAX," Published CTcrj Thuisday afternoon. AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Ofllcr—i 0 rn- of W a in A a »1 a el S A/TO^o —i— W JB. I I EDITOR AND PROPKIETOB. niJiiscniPTiow TWO DOLLARS A TSAR. IX ADVANCE. An sxtra copy will be sen gratis to th« goiter up •f a club of ten subscriber*. A E S O A S I 1 S 4 col- mo.{3 mo. 6 mo. 1 12 3 1 0D| 150 2 00 ITS' 276 350 2 00 328 4 60 I 8 25| 476i 026 4 7oj 7 00 OrSo I 6 00! 9(H) 11 00 I 7 50 11 25 14 00 .1100. 1950 20 00 3 75 6 00 0 25 7 i.O 12 00 14 00 25 00 40 00 •Kehamge, W a a A tmral College Scrip, County, a State] Order*, lyr 15 00 22 50 30 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 12500 GOC 800 1000 14 00 18 00 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 00 7£0t) 1 00 12 50 10 50 22 60 30 00 50 00 fj.nl mid Government aavertisoment.TS cents per .nsrslor the tlrst insertion, nud 3T cents per tor each subsequent insertion, 'a Attorneys ordering in leg.il advertisements .JLrisI iccouutable for the cost of the same, l3trher^*aC8P^r»V*n^t ch "f8? th fn.'° less I 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. — 1 November 1866

.mmmmmtasmmmsmmmm She Jit CbttA fonnial W. MITCnKLL. EDITOR. Thursday, Nov. 1, 1866. JdiM Republican State Ticket Jbr Concrete, id Dittriet. IGNATIUS DONNELLY. .ftr Staff Auditor, CHARLES MclLRATH. For Cleric of Supreme Court, SHERWOOD HOUOH. For Judge, 1th Judkial Dutrict,. CAPT. JAMBS M. McKELVY. Senatorial Ticket, 3d Dirt. For Senator, CAPT. 8. M. BRUCE. For Repretentativee. ,-r HENRY H05TNER. (Stearns County.V N. RICHARDSON, (bal. of DUt.) Bepublican County Ticket. Jbr {fewafy Auditor, BARNEY VOSBERO. Jar County Attorney, CAPT. L. W. COLLINS. Jfcr OUr* o/ JU District Court CAPT. R. SCHOENEMANN, JPor Coiiaty Commumoiierf, A. W. LIBBY, 2d District. A. SUTTON. 3d Dutrict, JOHH 3CHONLABBN, 4th Dist. I A O BAMIIY AHD eoVKRlfOSt MIUiJBR. Senator Ramsey and ex Governor Miller will speak at the following time* nd phots: Elk RiTtr, Monday, October 29th. Sank Rapida, Tuesday, October SOth. Little rails. Wednesday, Octoioer 31st. St. Cloud, Thursday. November 1st. Maine Prairie, Friday. No...

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. — 1 November 1866

ga*. I •V. i, I •V .! A »':. I •BBBgSBBESBaMggggg «r The t'irc«l«tlo» off Til* Juaiaal to DOVBLB Ikttef uajr *tttor papw MUUk«4 St. Amtkoajr *"»IU ^•t Advertiser* nattailMrtkU. S a IKe would respectfully request all buamess nun and o(A«r« WMAUU? any kind of Job Printing, to eett aiid wrosrine our ex .M«M«(OC* o/.Vrw Material, fust retimed torn the eait, before tending St. Paul or go ing elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. Paul price*. PunimuH.-PMlor, Be*. 1. T. Ouspbtll. Sw vice*every SsbbathmoraiugatIBM o'clock. Ironing »t 7. Sumtay Schoolaltarroominglervice. EST All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. GRAND RALLY THIS EVENING. HON. ALEX. RAMSEY, AND GOV. STEPHEN MILLER. Will address the people of this place at THE COURT HOUSE This evening. A large attendance is ex pected. Tne ladies are invited to be pres ent. SCABCS.—Local...

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. — 1 November 1866

f$t I The My Poliay Men in Memphis, Tenn., neve •'Johnson Club." A one of their reoent meetings, a leading uembci made a speeeh, published in the city papers, from which we extiaot the following: "I am a eitiren of Missouri, and I am proad of it I hare fought under Ben. MoCullough I have fought under General Forrest I was the ad jutant geaoral of Qeneral Forrest— (lager for General Forrest.] I fought 1ST the rebellion, ani were the same thing to be done oter again, I would do the same thing. [Cheers.] But, rebel as I was, and rebel as I am, I elaim to have accepted the situation.— But, though adjutant general to Qeneral Price sad several others, I am disfran chised, and proscribed in the State of Missouri. Fletcher, our Governor, is the most damnable scoundrel out of hell except Browlow. [Cheers.] I have fought for one country4 against such monsters, and I would fight for another against them. "I regret to see so slim an attendance upon a Demooratio meeting. Wa must stand by the Dem...

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 November 1866

«.. 1 1 .. •t A** 1 "*UK DBMOCHAt, rubltshcd Thm ids), afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. 0«ei»-r«iHM5 of Washington Avenue antic hapei Street. I E KttlTOR AND PKOPRIKTOR. St I I I I O riro /#i*.i»s.M rmit, ixsitprANtx. An extra copy wilt IK sent gratia to the gutter up of club 1I ten 8ti!.-n iWrs. I E S .vuvKRTisinrca mo. 0 mo. 1 yr" 0(H lUOOJlAOO oIKiu I -J Oj 1 SO' .'«)! 1 7S J7i i-".o UiO S3 J.'0 ti£ 1 »-'o. -J7."J 7 .0 UaO 4 7.1: 7 00 it -J5 12 00 l« 50 00 0 00 ll IX)I N). A! .0 3 7 o0 5-» 1 A|iui' ..... T. Yearly advertisers to iay iinarurly. 8. Strangers mast pay in advance, or give sntis (MMry reference. JOB I N I N Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tit* la the best style, and at St. Paul prices. Print ng done In German and Norwcgiyn, as well as ing isb, and warrantedto give satisfaction. V-i-W. -C -JfccCLURE. IB J£ CET^K E AHD LICENSED DEALER IS* a W A a S a S a O ."-pUSO— a in a E a Collations and Remittances promptly •ode. Taxes paid for Non-residents. Aba,...

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 November 1866

Thursday, Nov. 8, 1866. l^OCT.AMaTIOM. Uy tke PreaMesUor the U*lte«t »«•«•«. Alarigfcty 0«d, our Heavenly Father, has been plotted to vouchsafe to us, people another yanr of that national life which is ma indispensable condition of peace, Near-, ity and progress. That year, moreover, has been crowned with peculiar blessings. The civil war thai was so recently among us has not been anywhere reopened For eign intervention has ceased to esoite alarjr or apprehension intrusive pestilence has been benignly mitigated donestio tran quility has improved sentime its of con ciliation have largely prevailed, and affec tions of royalty and patriotism have been largely renewed. Our fields have yielded quita abundantly our mining industry ha* been riohly rewarded, and we have been allowed to extend onr railroad system far into the interior recesses,ot the country,, while our commerce has resumed its cus tomary activity in foreign seas. These great national blessings demand a national acknowledgem...

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 November 1866

il mMiwm 4 9 he a on a O O I E a a a is u-aov S A a A is is rom the east, before tending to St.Paul orgo- ing elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of *A« best in the State, and tee do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. faalprlfe*. V' '-':'u I PBMSTTWUX.—Pastor, Rev. E. V. Campbell. Ser vices every Sabbath morning at 10}$ o'clock. Evening »t 7. Sunday School after niorniiig service. t&P All kimls of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Seud in your orders. BULKY POKKKKS,—Joseph lloward bought six pigs from John P. Bartholomew of this County which ranged in weight from 828 to 34S pounds each. They were eleven months old, ami all of one Utter. NBEPGD.—Some improvement In the way of sidewalks or grading is imperatively de manded on Lake street, Jrom Washington •venue to Richmond avenue. People going to the Post Oflipc are loudly complaining* about the condition of this street. COMPLETED.—The telegraph line from St. Paul to ibi...

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. — 8 November 1866

ujS? towwse iog wool. E O O -E as "f for"V .o convert lie fleece in- looks of hati£- 1Jfih»AnquiJ5ri,"wLt Of oouffficUl nfwViiiquir/i., "Wia will euro it t" TUo Srst part of th« au- swer ooiitfiats in iuding out tho cause. Many young sheep will pull thci* wool on beinv changed from their feed on •ere and front-bitten gra** **t -th fields in Autumn, to fresh hay and a little grain, when first brought to the barn. When this is the caaj, it will be. u«l that thoy will pull iiiJisartlhiiutefy'oii both sides and hips, ami give a gener- al roughness to the surface of their fleece. I such eases are examined, there will generally be found no erup- tion or roughness of the skin. It is simply an itching of the skin occasion- ed by the better feed, and will usually peas off in a short time, eveo it nothing be done for it. It is well, however, to phut, in a mixture ot two parts of the former to one of the latter. Place it in a box ia their apartments and they will eat it freely. When a sheep ia...

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 November 1866

or««r of Washlasjtaat A Street. P. I SrVt W I E XD1TOR AND PROPMROB. S S I I O N TWO DOLL ASS A I'KAK, hY ADVANCE. An extra e»py fcu| lw wilt gratis to tae getter tip »f actuhql ten snhM'ribrrn. I E S O A O I S 1 I I O I 1 I 00j 1 50 1 75! 375 3w .too 3'itt 450 «25 »35 11 00 14 00 2000 'i luo. ST* 5 00 025 750 1200 14 00 25 00 44 00 1 Ali*:» 2 3 mo. 0C 800 1 00 12*0 16 60 2260 30 00 6000 ttao. 1000 14 00 18 2260 3000 .37 60 4600 7£00 «a5 4 75 475 7 00 00 90 0 7 50 11 86 1100116 50 IT O I N I N Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tice, la the best style, and at St. Paul prices. Print ng done In German and Norwegiyn, well as Kngg I sb, and warranted to give satisfaction. T. C. MoCLURS. -A NKEB, AID U0EI8BD BBALEBII a a 1 S 1 W a a a Aarrlcal. a College Scrip a jr a a a S a Orelers, a a E a Cohesions and Remittances promptly made. Taxes paid for Noi-mldeiis. Also, Agent for the sale of PASSAGB TICKETS te or from all the principal (EMM, OSLISH AM IRISH PORT! Office on W...

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. — 15 November 1866

*fce 9k W. 1 IImlS LL. IDITOB. Thursday, Nov. 15,1866. or LAUD*. It banformany yarn polioy with our GoraraoMBt to eoeoarage lit* toful iaprovemonta and institutions of leaning and charity by liberal dona tion* of tha public lands. Coneider abla diftnity of opinion baa existed at lotbawiadoni oft tab—many contend ing that thorn lands should either be mad for tha benefit oft tha revenue of tke government or else bald striotly in reserve lor aetoal aettlan. It is no part of our purpose to disease this point at present. What we desire to do in the present artiole is— Fir*. To urge upon the govern ment, through our Members of Con. grem and Senators, the withdraw*], at the earliest possible day, ot all lands in this District, at least, from being sub ject to private entry. The absorption*again of fine agricultural lands in this section $ by speculators is enormous, and unless speedily stopped must result ininjury to the State. By the Agricultural Col lege Act of 1862 a vast amountof scrip...

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 November 1866

O O A I 1 I S a S E W S 49-TIU ClretUatlo* of The JcarMal la DOUBLE that stf amy «Uk*r paper pabllslted •bore St. AsUa\«a- mmMo ^ga_AjS«rtieera reaaoaBlBWtSaa.,-,•: ^|(g^» We would rtspec{fullg requett all Aline** mtn and other* wishing ang hind of Jok Printing, to call and examine our ex .ewrive stock of New Material, fust received ram the emtt, before tending to St. Peml or go* tngehewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the beat in the State, and we do work which we teill guarantee to be *ati*faetorg, at St. Pail prices, PMMTTUUA.X.—Paitor, Bey. *~. V. Campbell. Sti» «ice* ererr Sabbath morning at 10}$ o'clock. Evening it I. Sunday School agar airnlas terTloa. a fjinV* All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. a Lvsx KILLED.—Michael Hansenthejolly landlord, shot a lyn» on Monday near the cemetery|grounds. He brought it to town. WOOD MEASUBXB.—Mr. Theodore Stein- burgh has been appointed City WoodMess urer. If people n...

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. — 15 November 1866

&*r /Vest ilP*ftiMnfH^~F«ri OB8I»VATXON, during the put year, more strongly confirmed our belief that drilling is pre-eminently the best method of sowing winter wheat. Frequent freesing andTtlkawtng daring the late winter and early spring months do more damage to the wheat crop throughout the country, than all other causes jfembinjd. fettling whoat ropaf manMMs tW*lbes within immediate and general reach of farmers to counteract this evil. The drill covers the seed at a uniform and proper depth, and it should leave the soil crowning between the sews of gsa*n this little ridge is a protection against the cold winds, the lightest snows lodge behind it on the crowns of the plants, and when the ground* tlTawsTne soil works from it downward to cover the roots of the wheal a little deeper. Other advantages resulting from drill- ing over the method of hand-sowing, are, a saving of time, the cultivation the drill gives the land—equal to one harrowing—exactly the desired quantU ty of seed...

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. — 22 November 1866

•A .— uttu .. it II. I E EDITOR AND I'KOPRIKTOR. S S I O TITO DOLLARS A VE.IR, IX ADVANCE. Au .'.\Mi iv will M-nt gratia to tho getter ui it .•! lti it! !.• SU^-CCI'UH-1'S. 11VTE3 OK .lUYKHTISIXOi 1 li 1 OJ 1 1 i-i 3 :ii". ti mo. 1 Tr. U0C| 10 00 1500 oo it oo i-.'oo 1 00 IS 00 30 00 Vi&olsasolaAou, 4: MM 4 i: :.ii» *•_?» V-"H i«sio stloo WOO I S b. 9 OO), 11(55, 14 0O| -.-J 60 ,87 50 82 50 Vf. Tio as!wool35oo{aooouaoof7500 1 1UW, 1650|.»000 1000'50COJ7! 00)12500 1. Legal ami Governmentmlvertbojnent»TS cents per »iu.tru for tho tir^t insertion, ami 37 J^cents per sqoaro !r ouch subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys orjjriug in. legal advertisements are regiirJeil as accountable tr tho coat of the mate, un less there is a si*efc»l agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all eases to bo made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, ami 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcem...

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 November 1866

m. •rate to murder and rob her. Then he tetornad to the maetiug plaoe and abe wm there. Thoy fled together—he «ith hie guilty eeoret, and she with the fbttcet trust is hint. She never heard •f the uorder, nor never knew her mother dead, nor, for the two wo man had lived very unhappily togeth er, did she ear* to inquire. I never told her all I knew. She nettled down into a solitary life in a cot tage near our house. We gave her Bob, and she never ssw any connection between her JiuabandL'a fate, and the dog's behavior. She never knew oi bar mother's fste beyoud thst she wa dead years ago, whieh I thought it best to tell her and ahe simply fade* from the earth like a morning mist Gently always, she watohed the day» •ome and go, with a strange resigna tion. Sometimes ahe would speak of bar dead husband. He was so good to bar, she would aay to us so kind al Ways ao generous to others never harmed a ereature, for he had a heart •a warm as his lace was honest and band «ome. AU true. And ye...

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 November 1866

IJQGJLXJ N E W S i", 1 -:.- —rr- «9*Tl«e Circulatio of Th a is UUCBLK at of a other paper pabllshr above St A Valla AdvertUcr* We would respectfully request all buunets mem and other* wishing any kind of Job Printing, (0 call and examine ottr ex- .tntive stock of Sew Material, fust received rem the eait, befort tending to St. Paul orgo- '*g cltcwkere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. faal prices. P»K8BTTt»lAX.—Pastor, Her. K. V. Campbell. Soi «ices every Sabbath morning at 10}$ o'clock. Evening tt 7. Situtl.'ir School after morning service. flQT* All kinds of Job printing, in Eug ilsh, German or Norwegian, executed at his office. Send in your orders. SNOW.—Several inches of snow fell yes terday, though scarcely enough for sleigh ing. It will probably pass away in a few days. NEW CABS.—The St. Cloud & St. Taiil R. R. Co. have received some elegant new ears for their line. The cars are now at the ...

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 November 1866

MP ft ?H9*5f voSSJBsorJSwuSwT^ [The following article from lb.o Hartngs folia contains so many genu ine tmilij that-wo cannot resist.the impulse to transfer to our (vhrjin Few among tha millions who rcaa newspapers erer atoptothink of the labor, ©we sad trouble, both mental and physical wbich the production of even oooSnetor. -may MM an easy task to tdit either a daily or a weekly jour nal to those who never undertook it.— Those who hare made the trial know different. I^ay after day, week after week and month after month the same tedious round of duty hastobe per formed, frequently under the most dis couraging oircunwunoee. -...Let us sup pose a ease. A young man, having the reputation of brains sufficient for the task is influenced by personal and po litical friendstoengage in the publica tion of a weekly paper. Fair promises of liberal support are held out, and he undertakes the task. It may seem pleasant at first for everything worts well, as all new things do. It costs money to ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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