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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 9 July 1868

m* W & a JR (Btott a louwat W. MITCHBLL. EDITOR. Thursday, July 9, 1868, Republican National Ticket. FOR PRBSIDBHT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. O V1CB3 PRK8IDRMT, SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA •HHt ELECTORS. W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. 0. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. Q. JONES, Anoka County. •THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION* The assembling of tho delegates to the National Demooratio Convention at New York on the 4th, gave abundant evidence of the consternation which tho enthusiastic nomination of Gen. Grmt had created in that party.— There were almost as many candidates as delegates, varying all the way from apostate anti-slavery Republicans to the bitterest copperheads. It was evi dent iiom the first that though after a protracted strngglo and angry wran glings a candidate might beselected, yet there could be no harmonious or satis factory choice. What this selection will be cannot even yet be told. The Convention was organized on Saturday by, the ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 9 July 1868

mm 1 _\ XiOO-AXi 1S ii OFFICIAL PAPER OF TEE CITY. o/ A« o«t« t» the Stat emd we do ew wAicA wo trill guarantee to &« satisfactory, at Saint Fail prices. 4B *fe» Cliwotfatiem Tht Jejsursutl la DOVBUB ef auay p»p*r »«Mlat\«#laBl««thomlIUutoM«a. A I N «lkl«. 0 PBtunniAS.— Mtor.Kar. B. V. Campbell. Her «tceaeveryWjtejh eaoraingatlOKo'clock »IT_. jUwUjSckoolUUr.oniiugMrTk. •flT" All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, Gorman or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in rour orders. FOB SALE.—Household goods, (includ ing piano.) Inquire at this office. Busies.—Blueberries and raspberries hate made their appearance in market, though in no great quantities as yet. RAIN.—OB Saturday night a fine rain fell—proving of no slight benefit to the crops, which are growing wonderfully. As wo go to press this afternoon, a splen did rain is falling, which appears to extend over a large portion of the adjoining ooun frj- BISTBICT COUHT.—A term of Court will be held by Judge McKelvy on the 14th i...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 9 July 1868

off to her Toom. was ver-yintestingjlyingon in the library, tender attentions. Late in the afternoon, while still eyes "1 am come to entertain yon,' Nathalie's voice. '•Thuos yon! don't trouble your self." "But it is not iviiy trouble. I will read to you" "I don't care to hear." "I can sing-" "I will be deaf to the syren's voice." There was a pause, during which this gentleman saw fit to open bis eyes.— Nathalie was about turning away. "Stay I" "No I will uot annoy you." "But 1 have head-u« he." uThw bust ih ug is tjuivt." "U?nrth-Ni!" •l»l».i_l. .it ant*. in ll.ilC'tnl'.' »*k-d, iecbly. cerned he upset the bottle without ceremony, and revived without any more of the perfume. Mr. Halcourt had often, when a boy, written in his eopy-book, "Strike while the iron is hot," and "Make hay while the sun shines and as he knew the sen tences to be merely a trite mode ot re- commending people to take advantage of the proper moment, he instantly felt impressed with their wisdom, aud put some ve...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 16 July 1868

«i I II i-'«t»*— IXnU "til MaoC**'" fabllahed every Tnarsflay afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OSBee—raraer *f Wasalagtoa A W *ju*r» I E EDITOR ANDFROPBIBTOB. f* SVBS0JHVTION TITO »6ttASS PATABtMji ADTANCM An s*tra copy will besent gratia to the getter nj eolubol tensuascrlbers. _. or AOVm»T»IIf«I 1 103 1T4 ii a a 3 W a JiM a 3?a 4tW »a» 7 it) 4 •-.. 00 8 0J iaoi it- IIOJ I JOiU 44 4JJJ 1.MaBlMdaoverMMtedvwrtfMBMt,T5 cent»p«r for toe first Inearth*, ao4 SIX cents per for each subsequent insertion. a Attorneys ordering in legal a4Tertlaeateata are reganleu as accountable for the ovat of the aaaae, ua ess tiiara a special agreement to charge the aaaae unotaerparty. raymeat inall caaaa tob* aa4ein adTaoce or upoa delirery of tha eSMavit. 3 Local Notices, li centspar Una to transient, and 10 c«uu per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeatb L»iinple announcement] 85 eenta obitatry ujticee, 5cants per Una marriage notice, •Ocenta. 6. AUpjIit.oal,religions oijtheruotlcea,5 cents per ...

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. — 16 July 1868

W. MITCHELL, EDITOR." Thursday, July 16, 1868. Republican National Ticket S S E S S. A N OP ILLINOIS. FOR V1CB PHK81DKWT, S E O A OF INDIANA O KLECTORS. W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAB MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN. Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Anoka County. SKY MOV AND BI»A1R« Ou Thursday last, after almost a week's balloting. Ex-Goveruoi Horatio Seymour, ot Now York, was placed bj ot^uiuu n„n»Pntion in tended bills into which they clamor the Democratic National Convention in that every good shall bo erammeJ. nomination for the Presidency Thi was a decided flunk ^movement o- the New York politicians, by which the the great cit1 boiling over with ren-i re .„u»„.i v,„» voraciousst creatures,, dletonism, were not only outwitted but were carried bodily to their opponents camp. Tho superior strategy of the Tammany clique proved to be altogeth er too much for the effervescent enthu siasm of the ardent but less shrewd sup porters of Hancock, Hendricks and Pendleton. Seymour ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 16 July 1868

LOCAL IsrETWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. a We would respectfully request alt business men and others wishing any kind of Job Printing) to call and examine our extensive stock of New Material, just received from the east, be/ore sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Oj/lce is now one of the best in the Stale, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint P»ul prices. 49 Tl»« Clremlmtlom or he Jomraa la DOUBMB thuet at amy other paper BfjfeHttivd In Nvrthcrn Altnincsot*. Lot Advertiser* remonabei this PaasartaaiAX.— »»tor,R«T. B. V. Campbell. Ser icesarery 9abbethmoruingati0){o'clock. Breuing 17. Sunday School altar morning service. S. CiioacH.—J. R. Creighton, Ftutor. SerYicee •Tory SabbatU at li)}$ A. M, aod 7 T. U. Sunday School 3 r.M. Prayer nieeUoa Wmlueadajr evening. OoiwawAtioMAL CacacH.—Ke». Geo. I. Woud ater,Moraing »*«rricea every Sunday at 10 ^o'clock Kvauiug set via* every Sunday at 7 o'clock. Prayer in- Uwk.'WUy livening. "Sabbath School 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. — 16 July 1868

SOUTHER MINNESOTA. Correspondence Wabasha Herald. Sauk Centre is finely located on Saukrher. Has a good water power and a fine country all around. Tho town is growing rapidly business is lively. Onefirmhas sold goods during tho past year amounting to 865,000, in cluding 150 breaking plows. Three years ago there was hardly a house where the town now stands. Next day wo drovo 25 miles to the lit tle town of Glenwood, in Pope County, which '3 situated on the south bank of White Bear Lake, about the same dis tance from St. Cloud to Sauk Centre. There are about a dozen buildings in the town now, and three times as many going up. They have water works, us ing a largo spring on tho highest portion of the town, the fall ot which easily supplies each house by means of pipes. They also have from the same source, a fountain which throws up five or six jets of water I vt We spent th art.M-M..i-, I,...king over the country an were delighted. in,lining we went north vi* it'uu Likes.— White Uear. ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 July 1868

wMmmmuamm -t mud If ,'i^r. ./LOq: .. 'V Wtfl« -lias film .7 THE JOURNAL LITUT "THI O Fabllshed oyery Thursday'afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OSU«-.C«.ra«r of W»s*I»»tosi A aadChapel Street. fr. I E EDITOR AND PR0PKIBT0R. S S I I O TWO DOLLARS PATABLK IN ADVANCB An copy will b«*su« gratis to th »p »alubol tensabseribws. 1 S O A I S I S O Square 1 100 175 3 200 3 50 4 50 a 25 025 1100 U00 2 a*. 3 75 5 00 625 7 50 12 0J col. S 6 sso. 10 00 14 00 18 00 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 00 7S00 150 2 75 3 4i 475 700 90 11 Ji 1050 12 50 10 50 1100 2 2 5 0 30 00 50 00 2500 A0J 4000 1.LegsUiidOo Yernuieiit»lYerHseii»ent,76 ccaUptr 4U*r« for the ttwt iiisertion, »ud 37 %c»nts p»r qu»re for cite subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in logal Adrertlsemeate ec« regarded »s accountable for tne cost or the sssM.nn ess (here is a apodal agreement to charge the ssjne another party. Payment in nit cases to be andei adrance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Local Notices,!* cents per line to transient, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 July 1868

W 1 9ht £t €ltn& §tnml W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, July 23, 1868. Republican National Ticket. FOR PRKSIDKST', S S E S S. A N OP ILLINOIS. FOR VICK PRBSIDRWT,. SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA It is to be hoped that this new com mittee will do what the old one did not. viz report adversely to the whoh scheme, if tbe thing be done. It is a wrong, an injustice, against which every man above St. Anthony's Falk will protest. Every acre of laud givei. for the purposes specified in the bill taken from some hard-working, deserv ing man and his needy lamily, to feed and build up two pampered places with their wealthy corporations m* E XOHMAL SCHOOL. The bonds, to the amount of $5,000, issued by the city to aid in the con struction of the Third State Normal School, at St. Cloud, have almost ail been taken. The rest will certainly be in a few days. Next month tbe Nor mal Board will be authorized to draw 15,000 more from tho State Treasury, and with the SI0,000 commence the erection of a Norm...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 July 1868

f+ -mm e.\ 'I 7 1 I '. A- IOOAL LIHIWS OFFICIAL PAPS* OF TSM CITY. We would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind of Jok to call and examine our FOB RX.HT.—An office, in Bell's brick block, on St Germain street, will be rent ed on reasonable terms. Inquire of Smith & Herbert. GBIBN COBB'.—During this week we have been able to indulge in gi'een corn, of good sise, raised in our own "garden patch." SCA5DAL.—We nave been furnished the details of a scandalous affair which has justly aroused the indignation of the peo ple of Maine Prairie, but we deem them not suited for publication in the columns of our paper. MOBB LIOHTBIBO.—On last Thursday night, the residence of Dr. Tolman was Iwiee struck by lightning, and was once on ire. No serious damage was done. The building was provided with a single copper scroll lightning rod, which while it was not sufficient to carry off the full force of the shock, undoubtedly saved the building. a GOOD TIMS.—By the presen...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 23 July 1868

A A I Bonn/- Comb Pudding.—OBO oup eaoh of molasses, milk, chopped suet, and seedless raisins, three cups offlourand One teaspoonful of soda. Boil one hour. Waffles.—Ono quart.of sour milk, one oup ot cream, two spoonsful of melt ed butter, three eggs and a little salt let tho irons be well heated before bak ing. Ginger Cake.—One cup of molasses, one cup of sugar, two-thirds of a oup of buttor, one cup of sweet or sour milk, two eggs, one teaspoonful of soda ginger to suit jour taste, make your batter as thick as a common eup-cako. Molasses Pound Cake.—Ona oup of butter, one of brown sugar, one of mo lasses, three eggs, one tablespoonful of oicnaruon, a oup of cream, one tea spoonful of soda, two of cream of tartar, and flour enough to make batter about like pound-cake. Bake in a loaf. Portugal Cake.—Put ono pound of sugar, one pound of fresh butter, five eggs, and a little mace in a bread-pan, beat it with yo hands till it is very light and looks curdling, then put in a pound of fl...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 30 July 1868

•mtSs: 4 E JOtTStNAL UTSXT NUtOOU" finished Thurtiay afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OMcc-Cormer of W»sblagtoa\ A W amdCliapei Street. W I E 1DIT0R AND PROPRIKTOR. SUBSCRIPTION! TWO DOLLARS PATABLE IX ADVANCE Aaoxtra copy will bo soatgvfttta to the getter up aelubol teu subscribers. S O ADVJCRTIBINGl Sauaro 1 1 a 3 4 •i col. 5*. ft 100 174 It 59 3iS 474 ««M T40 UOJ 150 .14 jrr 3 a m». 3 as* 0 mo. 200 350 450 025 0 25 It 00 U» Ji)00 375 5 0 0 025 7 50 12 00 14 00 24 00 10 0u -tf 75 3 475 15 0 225 300 350 400 52 5 75 0 1250 8 0 8 0 0 10 00 14 00 IS 00 22 50 30 00 37 50 45 0U 00 1100 12 50 10 50 42 50. 30 00 50 00 TOO 90J 11 ii ItJio l.LagaUudUovernnienta(mrUseineni,Ta centner 4«*xe for the Orst insertion, and *T J^ceuts per quars for each subsequent insertion. 2 Attorney* ortleriug in legal advertisements are regarded aa accountable fur the coat of the earne, un eee there a spacial agreement to charge the amine anotherparty. P.tynioat in all cases to be made in advance or apou delivery...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 30 July 1868

^i-Ait-s •s«.y fe. si L..- W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, July 80, 1868. RepublicanNational Tioket. FOB gMBMIWHT, ULYSSES & GRANT, 0FILLIN018. FOR I W 1 W SCHTJYLEB COLFAX,' OF INDIANA (.4 FOIL BUDCTORS. W. T. BAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. 0. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. Q. J0NB8, Anoka. County. RBFcmiaoAW convBVTioir, SBCOHD OtWMUM—M»»Alt DISTRICT. A o«TMtte «i th, R^TUC«. *««*«•*2? S S S fcr the purpose of nomlnatwg a Anoka.several Benton Carver Chisago. Ctow wing.. Dakota Douglas Ooodhue ..... Hennepin... Kandiyohi. Lake.., 8 candidateforRepre-whioh sentative iu Congre-for said strict, to supported it the cniuiug election. The counties of the District Wttl be entitled to Me«»te» in such Convention 1 a 4 Mcleod Meekerfollows: Mille Lac Morrison..— Monongalia. Pine Pope Ramsey St. Louie..... Sherborne... Slearn* Todd.. «... ..-.a ..... ..... 2 9 ....as 2 3 ..... 3 1 ...... 1 2 1 ...... 2 6 1 2 4 1 7 4 Wsahlngton Wright. T. M. MBTCALF, Chairman Congree...

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. — 30 July 1868

XJOO-AJ^J i- 35TEtrWS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. We would retpectfully requttt all butmtts men and other* witting any *thtf o/ Job Printing, to call and examine our extensive ttock of New Material, Jutt received from the eatt, before tending to St. Paul or going eltewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the but in-the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be tatitfactory, at Saint Patil trices. mw TIM Clremlntlosi or Tike- JnmrmsU Is DOUSUC tnmt »r sway other paper smbllofecd 1m Nertfeerm Mtmmeaot*. Vet Advertisers r*aaeaah*» tJkla. PaiMTTtaiA*.— a*tor,Bov. B. V. Campbell. Bar vices every Sabbath morningatlOU o'clock. Ivenlng atT. Sunday School after morningservice. M. S. Ciuaca.—J. B. Creighton, Pastor. Services every Sabbath at lOU A. «., and Sunday Schoal at 3 r. n. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. ComasaatRmi, CHCSCH.—Bev. Geo. I. Wood ster,atorniug services every Sunday at 10 ^o'clock Xveaiag aetvlea every Sunday at 7 o'clock. Prayer mi-'.ii?.) lock."esday Bvening. "...

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. — 30 July 1868

muHMumu j* a fcittttmj to "wgtkti" too much. All (hat is wanted i» to got oot the milk. Mora than that town too grain and hurts ina katping qtulitJa*. Begin now, if jou turn eelf-denial enough, to aave the earliest and belt of e?erjthing, pen*, beans, cuoumbers, tomato**, ete., for »eed. To do this ajateinatioallj for a year or two will make a great difference with any toed. The more qnlekly milk oan beoool- ed after it ia drawn in hot weather the more eream it will yield. A experienced pear-grower found that he oould aare many of hia dying trow by digging a circular trench a few feet from die trunk and filling it with fresh eoil. The trees were out of food. Good farmers are catting gross ear- lier than they used to and drying it less. It is safe to cat any kind when it is in bloom. This is tbe hunting time of the year when field crops are most apt to be nr• gleeted. Good culture that keeps down weeds and stirs the soil pays better interest than five-twenty bonds For drink in tne ha...

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. — 6 August 1868

i' I t-:, tu:d, f. b- 4* S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS PATABLR IN ADYANCX Aa extra oopy will bass'ut gratis getter ap elubol tenjusacritors. I O A E I S I N I Squxre 1 100 IT* 50 335 aw »w am oo 180 *7« 3 476 TOO 0 900 850 8 74 5 00 625 750 col. MO. 10 00 14 15 00 M5 0 30 00 37 50 45 00 5. AH a ,religtonr or^thornotices, 5 cents por.Ua*, »*P9«tolplaoo kdrertltementatobeinserted at •poo. 7. Yearly Advertisers to pay quarterly. S. Strangers mast pay in advance, or give actory reference. GORDON & [COLLINS, ATTORNEY S AT LAW,made, AND RIA SSTAT1 AQINTS, o3c* »wr r. mm *\ct:e su** 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Particular attention given to business in adjoining Coaaties, via.: Wright, Sher burne, Benton, Morrison, Todd, Douglas, Monongalia, Pepo and Meeker. 44 tawAmS) o. suau* HAMLIN & MOORE,. ATTORNEYS AT LAW 8T. CLOUD, MINN.: Offiee over Edelbrock's Store. CHAS. D. KERR, ATTORNE AT LAW ST. CLOUD, MINN. O0e$ Wathiagton Avenue —formerly MeKmvy Kerr'e. GEO W. SWEET, A1TORSMT AND COUNSELLOR AT X...

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. — 6 August 1868

Ske eft. CImtf .".V W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Aug. 6, 1868. Bepnblioan National Ticket. FO W ULYSSE8 S. GRANT, Of ILLINOIS. VOm TICK I W SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA FOK BUBCTOIU W. T^RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, I County. 0. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Anoka County. ABPvaiaoAH COHVSBITTIOW, BSBCOND CO-CUUBS8I01IA— DISTRICT. ..... .__! Kandiyohi. .. It then adds:' Immediately upon this covert appeal to his friends to defeat the bill without throwing the responsibility of its defeat on him, Mr. Majnard, Donnelly's bosom friend, anas and said: »)KVN.V' A QwtuMm of tha Republican* of tho Second Con* gmetoaal Dtotricttohereby called at Ing«noU Hall, mijadtyor St Paul, T_-*ed»y, «ay or soptomk**, A. n. uss, at is o'clock _., tor tfte purpoeo of nominating a candidatetorRepre-Mr. aeatatife la Congr*—fcr •aMWrtrtet.to be supported at the •aaaing •lection. the several counties of the Dtotrict will be entitled todeesjates in inch Conventional follows: 3 .«.. S Mee...

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. — 6 August 1868

DONNELLY'S ST. PAUL SPEECH. THEMOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING Ever Held in the State. REVIEW OF HIS CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. The Washburne Slanders Refuted "White Kid Shoes and a Green, Creen Breastpin." Official Report of tlto Secretary. At a mooting of Republicans hold on Satur day evening, Aug. 1, at Ingcrsoll Hall,the fol lowing officers wore chosen PRESIDENT—Gen. John T. Averill. Vice-Presidents—Wiu. L. Banning, C. D. -Strong, G. G. Griswold, Julius Gross, C. M. Dailey, A. D. P-.ivid son, G. P. Williams. Secretary—John AV. Cunningham. Mr. Donnelly then addressed the audience, after which the following resolutions were offered, and seconded by a largo number of voices: Hexolved, That we cordially endorse the Congression al career of Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, and believe he has labored faithfully and efficiently to advance the inter ests of his District and of the entire State. Resolved-, That while the service which he has ren dered entitles hira to our commendation, the experience which ...

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. — 6 August 1868

MR. DONNELLY'S SPEECH. the Und, and that the expenses of the association with Interest on the land were accumulating, they resolved to re-convey to Mr. Harlan, the formerowner, the ground unsold, at was understood by both parties could be done In the event of sueh becoming necessary. Mr. Harlan, however, finding that Mr. Donnelly had a claim of £4,300 as a second Incumbency, refused to take the ground back as promised without proceeding under his own mortgage. Selling the same at Sheriff's Sale,the property not bring ing enough to satisfy his claims, Mr. Donnelly waswiped out and lost every dollar he advanced. This, however, did not affect the stockholders, as Mr. Harlan conveyed under an agreement to every stockholder who had paid the stipulated sum of #100 to the Association, a deed in fee simple, he having received from the managers of the Association the sum of $100, for every lot he conveyed to the stockholders. The third Society of which Mr. Donnelly was elected Secretary was ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 August 1868

if 11 •v.fr. thi. •4' •. I: ., LOCA :N H1WS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. We would respectfully request all business men and ofAtT* wishing any *m Job Printing, MU examine «tir extensive stock of New Material, fust receivtd from the east, be/ore sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. A9» Tit* Circulation of Tme Journal la DOUBLE that of may otter paper published a Northern Minnesota. Let Advertisers reatenthei this. Patssrtsaiur.— aster,Rer. a V. Campbell. Ser •Icoeererjr Sabbathmurnlagatl0}4o'clock. Ironing atT. 8anday School after morning service. M. B.C»caca.-J. a Creightoa, Patter. Services ererj Sabbath at 1 0 A. at, aad Tr.JL Sunday Bcboorat3r.il. PreyermeeUngWednjMdayeraalag, OomaaaHKUfAi CBBBCM.—SOT. Geo. I Wood ister.Moroiug service* every Sunday at 10 o'clock •vening aeivltm erery Sunday at o'clock. Prayer lu'ititifrt lixk.'Vsdajr £venlng. "Sa...

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