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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 6 August 1868

wm o.iJ at, «fe*, JudgeS.,m wealth/ ,000 into the hands of his "jews son, with iiistraetioDs to enter Union Col lege and gradoate. At the olose ol the Freshman yeai William returned, a sot and penniless. 'William, are youjDoors, going to oollege this year said the Judge, kindly, in September following] •If so, you must pay your own wey— You can't stsy her* I have given you •1,000—jour last dollar.' William re turned to Union. He worked his way through, helped by President Nott, •wd graduated at tie head of his elm. That man was William H. Seward." —The fit*. Gilbert Haven says of Speaker Colfax: "His face is a ban queting house. His tones, grace, and air are of the pleasantest. He puts you at ease with yourself in a moment. You say of bis address as you do of the best poetry and prose—nothing is easier to imitate. Yet not one in ten thou sand can copy it. Every public man we ever saw, unless it be Governor An drew, is stiff to Schuyler Colfax, and Andrew had nervous twitches of the ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 August 1868

Square 1 2 3 4 W• [7 1 I ./•! -WAL v«7 Thursday afternoon, ST. CLOUD, MINN. JH«i^«rair of Waiki|tr a A I amdChapel Street. I E BOITOR AMD PaOPRHTOB. S S I I O I TWO DOLLARS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Aasitracopy will bsssnt gratis to the gsttst aelnbol tsn subscribers. A a is a S 1 I 150 =175 335 475 TOO •00 1 1 1450 I I 100 178 '250 3 45 47ft 000 750 1100 a col. •2 a Sao. it 200 375 0 0 10 00 15 00 350 600 800 1400 2250 450 025 1100 18 00 30 00 825 750 1260 2260 35 00 925 1200 ISftO 3000 4000 1100 14 00 2250 37 50 5240 1409 2500 WOO 45 00 7600 J000 4000 6000 7600 12600 I.L*g»l*ndaoTemmentMTertlMment,76 csntipsr uuar* fur lb Brss insertion, and 87 par uuar* for sack subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal adrerussasnts arc regarded accountable for the coat of the ess there a special agreement to charge the aaame another party. Payment In all to bo made In advance or npon delivery of the aflldavit. 3 Local Notices, 16 cent* per line to transient, an 10 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. — 13 August 1868

1 I ^ammeassBesassBSBSBBSBs W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Aug. 13, 1868, RepublicanNational Ticket, VOK I ULYSSES 8. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. O I E 1 I I SCHUYLER COLFAX. Or INDIANA WOK BI.BOTORI. W. T. RAMRU3CH, Freeborn Countj. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey Count/. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. O. JONRS, Anoka County. +~m» StatPTJBlJCAlV COHTBHTIOM, 8KCOMO COHGRBSSIOIIAI* DISTRICT. A CaavenUon of the Republican* of the Second Con gramtooal District i* hereby eeUed at IngereoU Ban, mtb* city of St. Paul, on T»mwa«.jr, t»ve 3 of A. D. 1808, »t W o'clock M., *rU»parpose of nominating acandidatefcr Repre. tentativetoCongratsfcrsaid District, to be rapported at the ensuing election. The MTeral conntiea of the District will be entitled to delegate*toinch ConYention at follows: Anoka... Benton.. Carver Case...... 1 McLeod.. 3 Meeker 3 Male Lac 1 Morrison. Monongalia Ptoe Pope. Ramsey St. Louie Sherburne ... Stearns Todd. ..-.3 4 1 S Cro' tog.. M.«. 1 Douglas .... Goodhoe.... Heaaepia. ...... 12 2...

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 August 1868

I tf r~MM CITY, respectfully request all Antra wishing any kind of .*ag, fo eaU and examine our stock of New Mat&ial, just reeeieed the tatt, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now out of tit but in the State, and we do work wkieh we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Stilt PMl prices. 49* Tne Clrenlatlon of Va ia DOVBUB tn» or am otne a a a Nortnern Minnesota Le Adrertl.ere to tnle. it astor.Bsv. 1 V. Campbell. Sir vtcessvsrySahbathmornlngatlO)o'clock. Evening atT. Sunday Schoolaftermoralngssrvice. M. 1.CIHW.-J. B. Cralghton. Pastor. Service. every Sabbath at 10)$ A. •., ». a. Sunday Bchoelat3r.il. Prayer meeUagWednesday eveedng, COMKMATKMAL CnCBCH.—KSV. Ow, I. Wood ister.Morning services every Sunday at 10 o'clock Evening service every Sunday at o'clock. Prayer m3tiaa lock."esday Evening. "Sabbath School at twelve o'c 8TKAKX9 COVHTT A N COIfVlCllTIOII. A convention of the Union elector* of Stearna County will be held at St. Cloud, at the Court ...

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 August 1868

I oltf IT from the New Tork Mail. Stroll up the Fifth avenue, if yon era about six o'clock in the afternoon, walkupfrom Twenty-sixth street toMar raj Hill and back, or, if yon have the opportunity, teat youraelf at one of the windows in that locality, and yo» will g«t a fine idea of what New York if ona drive. If yon can gain access to one of the clubs, so much the better, for then yon can ait on the balcony, put np your feet and amoke a cigar, while the panorama, unrolls its varying pictures. Notice the contrast between that modest little buggy yonder, with He three or four occupants, consisting of pater-familias, his good wife and one or too children, and the splendid "four in-hand" vhioh is now sailing down upon us, the Prince, the Duke, or the Lord, ot whoever the owner may be, handling the ribbons upon the box with all the grace and skill of an artistio stage driver, while John Thomas, with yellow top boots and eoekaded hat, eits meekly by his side. Notice the dainty manner in ...

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 August 1868

two jo^ 4 col. I pi ii» I 4 O sdajr afternoon, OLOUD, MINN. oi»«ir «f \V«*ht«sto* Av«»«« a«WCfc*jj*el S«r«et. \-J W I E XDIT0B AND PROPRIETOR. VBS CRIPTIOW Aa*xft*copy will b«ie«*gr»t»» to th* |*tttrap a clubol teu«u»*crlb«r*. RITES AOVBRTlllHSt Square 1 100 ITS 250 335 475 «00 7 50 U0O- 2 ISO 276 345 475 TOO •00 1125 1040 aw 800 a so 450 035 »3& 1100 1400 3000 Imi. 875 500 25 mo. 0 10 00 14 00 18 00 23*0 50 00 37 50 4500 J. D. WHEELOCK, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office over Edelbroek'e Store. 15 00 2250 30 00 35 00 8 00 1100 12 50 16 50 22 50 3000 T50 1200 U00 2500 tUB 4000150 OOjTt00[12500 76 00 1. UgftlandadirtnMU&tffffiMaMttJft •iu*r« for la* Brat insertion, aad 3T )£cent* par qu»reforeach (utMequent insertion. 2 Attorney* ordering in legal advertisement* are regarded as accountablefor the coat of th* taae.un e*a hero it a special agreement to charge the same anotheruart*,, P*jrm«»t in all case* to be made la advance or-upin delivery uf the aftMavlt. •apetfaeiereryur the...

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 August 1868

L. 8te j(l (jhrnA jmtmA W. 8 M1TCHBLL, EDITOR. Thursday, Aug. 80, 186a RepublicanNational Ticket, VOH BUBCTOBS. W. V. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County/ OSCAR MALUR0S, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. Q. JONES, Anoka County. mmrvtUACAM cosVBHTIOW, MCCOKD COMeRJESSIOH Al. DISTRICT. Oonvsntion oftinnannbMcans ofthaSscond Oo« sj—lnint District is hereby called at Ingtreoll Hall, la the city of Paul, on Tn«iw*»jr, «*r »•»«•••*•«•. •*•D- This outrageous and unjustifiable usurpation was denounced in the Con vention by two members of the exist ing County Committee, who were pres ent as delegates, and by several other ersons. But the game was played through, and the dealers thought they had won—that by a bold stroke they had cut off tho legitimate County Com mittee, and by their new machinery had tho party at their mercy. In the last issue of THH JOURNAL appeared a call* previously agreed upon by the regular Committee, for a Con vention on the 29th. The, Committee but followed out th...

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. — 20 August 1868

tJM .«£ elsewhere. Our Job OJtce it now one of the beet the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Sftllt Failaiices. «S» Ti OlwvOftttom nf Til* Is O O 1 that ef any mtmwr naner aabllsae* in Sartnsrn Bllnaeaata. Let AdT«HlHn a a tnls. PumtuiAH.-- aatar.Bav.B.V. Campbell. Ser .k-essvsrySsljbattssWnteUOKo'elQes.. stoning ^••0«I«M.-' 1 I A A I Is accordance with a resolution of the Republican County Convention held on the 11th of May, 1868, the following named Kepublfcan voters are desig nated to call cam nice in their sever*1 towns, there being no Town Committees: Lyndea, Harry Morrison St. Cloud tows, Albert Smiths Sauk Major M. L. Norton Wakaftsld, C. Buss Bden lake, D. J. Hanscom Paynesvllle, t. L. Walt Zion, M. PlantIke North fork, 01* 0 Buud Mnnson, John Schonlabea Grove, 8. Bradley Oak, D. B. McDonald New Albany, August Usgsn Avon, John Brokefleld St. Augusta, Jacob Wool St. Martin, B. B. PilUbury St. Wendslyn, Wsudslyn Men Luxembourg, Budolph Bnder...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 20 August 1868

l\ \*F**Hm ii«wi»ifi«ir.-ia-»: A VOH It may not be generally known that the seed ot the sunflower is most infal lible remedy yet^dfeeoVeretf for the •peedy euro of founder in hones. The directions whioh we glean from a brief article upon the subjeot in tho Essex Banner says: A "Immediately on diaooTering that your horse is foundered mix about a pint of the whole seeds in his food, audit will perfeet a cure. Saniowtra are easily grown alongsido of ieneea and out-of-the-way places, whan they take up but little room. The lead when fed in small quantities to the hone is very healthy, giving to the hair peculiar gloss. It is diuretic in its tendency. Fowls like it much and thrive on it A DOO BTom v. A gentleman possessed of a noble Newfoundland dog had trained him to go to the market with a basket and a piece of money to purchase the. morn ing steak. The money, with a towel, was deposited in the basket, and Bower, with muoh dignity and thoughtfulncss, would trot off to the butcher's stal...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 August 1868

SUBSCRIPTION riTO DOLLARS PATABLE IN ADVANCE ii«tet»ywia*.MH gratis t* tae getter up »cUko.lt B&TIt OS* AOVmStTKMat Square 1 100 1T» EftM IN 31 T» XI Smi aw am col. 4T4 S mS aae. 0 0 uo0o ISM 100 •to 4*0 »T» 00 MM S9A «TS TOO •00 USA MftO iioo MM MM MM MM MM •at TM MM MM MM uoSt H00 •000 IS 00 UOO 3&00 4000 •oo TM 1100 N MM MM I.LegalaaaQoTeraaMntaaTerttaement.Ta centtner •inar? for tN I W 4 37 ){cnt W •luarefereMkaaMeaaenttnaertloa. 2 Atturaeja ordering in legal adtertleeaMnta are regarded aa accountable for the coat of the aaa\e,ua •M there to a epeoktl agreeaaont to charge the MUM* auotherparty. Payment la all CUM tube wade In adranee or npoa of the affidavit. Local Noticee,l»ceata per Une to traaelent.aad lOcenM'uerllaetoregalar.adTortleera. 4. Kotfo»ofa*»UlJ«pJ«an«wio*e««at]2Sc«t«: obituary aotlcee, 5cents par Uoo marriage notice, Meents. I. All pjlltloal .religion orotaer aetlcea, ft cento per .line. a. Special place klrertitement* tobetnaerted at agreed rate• agr upon...

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. — 27 August 1868

:.-.- 9ht »t. «taut fmmtal sstSts&i aa I S W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, Aug, 27, *83&« RepublicanNational Ticket. FOR PKKSIDS1B.T, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR I PRR8IDKWT, SCHUYLER COLFAX, OP INDIANA '.i I O KUBCTORt W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey Couaty. 0. T. BROWN. Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Anoka County. .., RKPVBiaCAM CONVJBMTIOIf, SRCOWD COHORKSSIOMAI* DISTRICT. Convention of the Republicans of the Second Con gressional District is hereby called at Ingeraoll Hall, in the city of St Paul, on Thursday tme 3d a af September, A. D. 1868, at 12 o'clock M., tor the purpose of nominating candidatetorItepre eentatlve in Congress for said Districj, to be supported at the ensuing election. The several counties of the District wfll be entitled to delegates in such Convention as follows: Anoka. 1 McLeod-. Benton 2 Meeker .—. 3 Carver ....... 4 Mule Lac...—.............. 1 Ca»» .........—.......... 1 Morrison.._«_........... 1 Chisago...............

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 August 1868

I .' .*£ rriciAL PAPER •MM tiiUn wttMv amy Jok PrtatlBf, to e«M a*** «amw« #«r «teMw« Xtt, Mattrial, just wetted A«»*ht tmm\ before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job OJUt is now emt of the best in the Stmt*, and we do work which vtwiUgumrantesto b$ satisfactory, at Bitot leal prices. ••'. •***&£ as 1 a to a Vht ««»B^rj|tllj that of a* paaer amaiien-oel ta Nertaera Mlaaeeeta. i* Adrertleere "T^iffcw iii«t .Jr £2E2""frv-% *•**». serrieea •TSARlla COCWTT RBPOaUOAII COWVKflTlON. A convention of the Union elector. a. rZl^?^aCM^to^O»«»Aiditar.mm* 0°nnty Oomjhb.ioB. Centre.. &r .1 1 I f£ '-v- te ^SIS2£r,2'w the Sat dta- I ea o» tfcTi!!LT.. *PP*Unment being nude on the Xapobliett* tote*of lser ft. Oooddte—..^., St 22? USMk^ Muuoa............ OroTe. OU fe N«wAlbHiyMM. ATOB ............... st- Aagwar.^ St. Jfartia Luxembourg... Crow l#ao*.... Kivmood..... 8Mk Centra..... M«lrow............ 2 1 1 Wae»»ai._ *«r EUvea.... LraSoa.. Wetaatld^ZI M«latt. ....... S 2 ...— 1 1 —~...

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 August 1868

TO I 1 The how to raise produoe docs not pussle some farmers half as much as the when to sell it. A correspondent of The Journal of Agriculture is satisfied that the best time to sell, year year, is as soon as the croptogathered: No one can know the coming prices. The thing has been tried so thoroughly that people ought to be oonrinoed, and act accordingly. Ba th«y act as though they were infatuated. They make a lottery of their grain—run risks and they generally fail in the end. YVo say generally fail—now and then there is a hit But suppose thero is is there not loss by shrinkage, by the depredations of rats and Terrain, and loss of interest And are there not often sleepless nights and restless days? This uncertainty is something, and the wise mau will avoid it, espe cially as there is no loss by it—no loss generally. This thing has been thoroughly dis cussed and well aired the papers.— It is the common ta'k and it influ ences us more than anything connected with the farm, as we ha...

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. — 3 September 1868

I IATK.T "TBI BIXOOKA"' PiMltled every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O W a A a O a S W I E 1DITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S VBS I I O N I TWO DOLLARSPATABLM 1^ ADVANCE AnsxtraconywUl b..sa«srntls to till gatUr nn .aclubol4ensn»scribeW. A S O A 3 I I N Square 1 100 ITS 50 3 25 475 •0 0 7 50 1100 S 160 75 325 475 700 00 1125 1050 S 200 350 450 025 925 fft» col. 9* ot- 0BO 1000 14 00 1800 2260 30 00 37 60 4600 375 600 025 75 0 leannonncement] 25 cents obituary notices, 6 cents per line marriage notice. 50ceuts. ... ..! ., 6. All.D'.itical.cellglouf orthernotices,6 cents per .line. 0. Special place tlrertisoraentt tobelnserted at rates agreed upon 7. Vo.»rly»Jvertl»rnt«p*j?S«arC,rly. 8. Straugensstwi pay inndvarice, or give satis ctory reference. JOB I N I N Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tlce in the best style, and at St. Paul prices. Print ng done in German and Norwegian, as well as Sag* Uh, and warMlfM twgrre satisfaction. K*n 'ATMS. ^__ MOWVS M. WSiOUX TAYLOR...

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. — 3 September 1868

8to SH gtottfl jommal W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday,* Sept 8, 186a RepublicanNational Ticket «OR S I I I ULYSSES & GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. O VICSS S I SCHUYLER COLFAX, OP INDIANA O O S W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Raaucy County. C. T. BROWN, Nieollei County, T. O. JONB8, Anoka County. RRPVaUCAW STATU COHVRHTIOW. Special to (As CJewef /owwi', St. P*»* fleyl. 4fA 1868. Two Conventions were held yesterday and two candidates were placed in themore, field. Mr. Donnelly was unanimously nominated by the one, and Gen. Hub- bard, on the second ballot, by the other. w. B. M. I COUBJTT O S VBJHTIOH The official report of the proceedings of the Republican Convention will be found elsewhere. The Convention by a small majority, elected three delegates whose first choice was for some other candidate than Mr. Donnelly, and one who was favorable to his nomination. No instructions torany particular candi date were given, but the delegates were directed not to vote for Mr. Washburn ...

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. — 3 September 1868

1 1 «-4 I ricrAL PAPER OF TEE CITY. IMNM rtopeeifully reouttt all mm and other* withing any O/ Jtfc (o coll and* «X«MM« ear «*I«MIM ««c* of Ntw Material, juit received Asm the eatt, before vending p**1 foing tUevhert. Our Job Office it.mom of the but in Ms &«f«, and tc« do tror* vkiek we witt guarantee to bt tatufattory, mi S a twml prices. 49* The Ctoestfnttuai sf Jams-ami to OUIIIUI lams mt »»jr o)U»r paper a NarttMim let* A N SJsla. in Mtor.Bwr. B. T. Campbell. Ser e* every Sabbath atomlsa-atlOU ./clock. I »tT. BaadayScfcoolalkeraaw-aian: service. M. 1.0HIO.-J. B.0Nighto Services •wry SnbhaSh a lOJj A. «., E Snaday choelatSr.a. FrnyeraftsatlegWadaeaday events* CaanaaOaWeUU Oaroca.—lev. Qw. Wood r-ater,Morainc aarviees every ganday at 1* o'clock aveaia* ssrvias over/ Sunday at o'clock. Prayer mctln*. duck ."osier Cranial, "tabbatk School twelve o' —Goyette has ripe grapes and peaches— both very nice. a —Keep a bottle of Dr. Ward's Celebrated Liniment always on hand. Sure core ...

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. — 3 September 1868

t. ...._- CAJtBtOF VABaUstO TOOL*, It ie questionable whether firming I tale are not, as a rale, injured more by I TMTYYOX eapoeura and want of care, than W A I me. Many farmers who we careful to protect their atook and crops of every kind, leave to "negleotful rain/' the and gathered. The hay is stored in the barn, bat the mowing machine is left in the meadow where it was last ws-.u -n._ I i_ Weeds, too. have well nigh hidden tha cultivator from view, though none are seen in the corn field that was worked with it The garden may be in nice order, but the hoe and rake are rusting in the path. Now all these are examples of bad husbandry. If a farmer oannot have a tool house and a barn, it is better to havoatoo house though one build- Fiocm MILL MACBTBBBY. ing will ordinarily answer for both pur- poses. I the choice Hea between pro- i, teoting a load of hay or the machine with which it is cut, give the latter the preference. Farming tools cost quite too much money to be left to the act...

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. — 10 September 1868

E JODRNA LAULI "TBI SUOCKA*" Published ererjr Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O «Of«. of W I Street W I E HDIT0R AND PROPRtKTOK. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS PA TABLE IN ADVANCE A»«xtr»copy will be»«nt gratis to the gvtter up aclnbof tentukicriber*. I E S OS* ADVEllTISIWG Square 1 2 3 4 1 100 175 '250 a-25 475 600 750 1100 2 150 275 325 475 7 00 000 3 wi2m*. 200 3 75 350 5 00 450 625 625 7 50 9 25 12 00 1100 14 00 1400 25 00 20 00 40 00 3 m 6 0 800 1100 12 50 16 50 22 30 30 00 50 00 6 mo. 10 00 14 00 18 00 22 50 SO 00 37 50 4500 7S00 1123 1650 1. l.»s»l»udUoT*rnmeatiaTorUstm»'nt,75 ceut»p«r Hu.»ro for tht first iusertiou, ami 37 }]cents per a. uare for each subsoqueut insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable tor the cost of the same, tin ess thore is special agreemont to charge the same another party. Paymeat in all cases to be luadeiu Idrance or upon delivery of the affidavit. »3 Local Notices, 15 cents per tine to transient, and cents...

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. — 10 September 1868

ghc glnurt journal W. MITOHBLL EPITOB Thursday, Sept. 10, 1868.meeting,dant Republican National Ticket. FOR PBKSIOKST, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. POH VICE PUKSIBEXT SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA FOIt KLKCTOKS. W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAK MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN. Nicollet County, T. G. JONES, Anoka County. E CONGMESSIOIS AL, SITUATION. The Republicans of the Second Con gressional District have presented to them two candidates, both placed in nomination by Conventions claiming to be regular. The facts pertaining to this singular and lamentable condition of affairs are these Ou the 2d ol September, the day be foro the Convention, Mr. T. M. Met calf, Chairman of the Republican Dis trict Committee, issued notice that he would furnish delegates with tickets which would admit them to the floor of Ingersoll's Hall On the same day, after this card had been sent in for publication, Mr. Metcalf received notice of a meeting of the District Committee, or which he was Cha...

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. — 10 September 1868

I O A I Wi» would respectfully requat all business nun and other* wishing any kind of JOb Prilling) to eaW examine our attentive stock of New Material, Just received from the east, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now ont of the best in the State, and tee do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. 49» Tk Clrcatatlo Tsu a a 1* DOVBLK tk» of am other paper published a Norther Minnesota Iet Adrertlaers tale Passimmu.v.— aaior, Rev. V. Campbell. Ber es every Sabbath morning*! W\4 o'clock. Evening T. Sunday School after morning service. If. 1 Cacaca.-J. R. Oreighton, Palter. Serrlces every Sabbath a 1 0 ». «., »„d T. M. Sunday e'loel at 3 r. m, preyer meeting Wednesday evening. N ii CITICH.—Rev. Geo. 1. Wood tsr.Xorainr aervicee every Sunday at 10 o'clock Rvenimr aaiviet every Sunday at 7 o'clock. Prayer mcotiog clock ."eeday Evening. "Sabbath School twelve 0' a A N I S I O N N I O ihe Republican el.ctori in the CounUea outsi...

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