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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 10 September 1868

I S According to Prof. Loomis, the ex treme heat of July was more intense and longer continued than has occurred before in eighty-nine years. An application—repeated if neces sary—from a mixture composed of one ounoe of borax dissolved in one pint of cool water, that has previously been boiled, will neutralize the poison in the bites of fleas and musquitoes. So says The Scientific American. Sun dried oysters, cured like beef by hanging in the sun are becoming an important article of traffic in Califor nia. A. T. Stewart, of New York, is sup posed to have the largest store in the world. It is of iron, covering two and a half acres of ground, and isux stories in height, besides a high basement story and sub-basement. Its rotunda and dome in the center—rivaling those of the National Capital at Washington —admit tho sun's light by day to the wholo of the immense building. In the upper stories already one thousand females are employed in the uiunufac turo ol the numerous articles 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. — 17 September 1868

THE JOURNAL ULtUT "MMDUNU"' Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. aaitChapr Street. W I I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. suusiniPTiosi TWO DOLLARS PA TABLB IN ADVANCX An»*traeopj«rillbei*nt gratit to tk* gattar «p a club of Wotuajcriber*. I S O ADVlCHTISIROi Square, 1 100 116 2W a 25 4T& t»00 7*0 1100 2 150 475 Hi 475 700 000 11 iS 1650 3 200 350 450 625 9.25 2 tuw 3 75 500 1 1 I col. 3 ui 60 800 UOO 12 50 1«50 22 30 30 00 6000 0 ma. 10 00 14 60 18 00 22 30 30 00 37 50 46 00 7300 12 00 UOO 25 00 40 00 11W) 1400 00 ti .|. L«galiiulOovermueat«ilferti«ement,13 centip*r u»ro for the drst insertion, «ud 37 %cent* per uaro fur each iubsequent insertion. 2 Alturuey* ordering in legal tvertisementB ure regarded as accountable for the cost of the aanie, ua ei.s tberu is a special agreement to charge the saoie -mother party, ly tuent in all cases to be made in ldfauce or upon delivery of the affidavit. a 3 Local tfottcea, 15 cents per Hue to transient, and cents per liua to re...

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. — 17 September 1868

i«B She git. ghrofl gmttmrt W. B~MiTClliBLir,~BDI*OB. Thursday, Sept. 17, 1868. Republican National Ticket. O E S I E N ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. O I E E S I SCHUYLER COLFAX, OP INDIANA O O I W W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, G. JONES, Anoka County. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. B. riNNES", Stearns County. Stearns County Ticket. for County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commissioner—Ut District, LEWIS CLARK. •HIE uMmiovsViEWs O MAINS:. •20,000 Republican Majority. The echoes of the splendid victory in Vermont have not yet died aw-y, when Maine makes the nition riug with the yrand triumph of Republican principles there. The eyes ot the whole country had been turned to that State,, and glo- rious is the report. The Republicans hare carried every Congressional District, even whore the vote was closest by over twenty five hundred majority they have every county, regaining the three tha...

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. — 17 September 1868

LOO-A^r, IsTTEWS Thf£i~a» tt't would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind of Job Prlutlllg, to call and examine our extensive sleek of Sew Material, just received from the east, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job OjKce is now one of the best in the Slate, and «v do work which wa will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. 49* Th Circulation of Th a Is DOl'IlLI*. ihnt of a other paper published Northern Minnesota. Let Advertleers reniemhei this. KEPIULICAS DISTRICT O.WJEN TION. '. ho Republican e'. ctors in the Counties out .ide of Stearns iu the Third Snnt0ri.1l District, are hereby ctiled to me.t in legate Con-cntiou at AX X- A in Don las County, on Monday, Sept. 98, ISU8, at I o'clock M., for the purpeso of noniina* ties a candidate for Representative to be lected at the ensuing elect 03 in ovember next. Theapiwitlonmeut of Del gates is as follows: Pope IVusl.w Morrison Todd Saint Louis., S evens Otto Tail.... ow .. ing...

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. — 17 September 1868

HOW CMftOMO* All* MADtC. fromth* Bottom Daily Advertiser. Chromo-Lithognphj in the art ofwhioh prioting pictures from stone, is colors. Tot most diffioult bruoh of it—which if now generally implied when ohromos •re spoken of —is the art of reproduc ing oil paintings. vV'hen a chromo is made by a competent hand, it presents an exact counterpart of the original painting, with the delicate gradations ol tints and shades, aad with much of the spirit and tone of a production of the brush and pallet. To understand how ohromos aremade the art of lithograph must first be briefly explained. The stone used in lithographing is a species of limestone found in Bavaria, and is wrought into thick slabs with finely polished surface. The drawing is made upon the slab with a sort of colored soap, which ad here? to the stone, and enters into a eheuiical combination with it after the application of oertaio acids and gums When the, drawing is complete, the slab is put on the press, and carefully damp en...

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. — 24 September 1868

MAAWMOMitt* THE JOURNAL LlltV "tHl D1HOCBA'" Published ever) Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. A a S W I E KDITOB AND iniOPRIETOR. S S I I O S ii TWO DOLLARS PA TABLE IX ADYAXCE Anoxtr»coi.y»iniwsontgnvtU to the getter up aclubol ttfmuWseribers. SI E S O O I S I S Suture 1 I 2 wi 3 w.amo.iS ui-iOmo. 1 100 I 150 200 3 75 0 0 10 00 15 00 175 275 350 1 5 00! 8 00 14 00 22 50 it 250 325 450 625! 1100 IS00 30 00 4 325 4751 625! 7 50! 12 50| 22 50|35 00 l. col. 475 I 7 00! 925 12 00 600 OOOtllOO 14 00 7 50 1125 1400 2500 |ll0 0 16 501-.0 001 40 00 16 SO 30 00 40 00 33 SO1 37 60 52 50 30 00145 00 75 00 5000 7t 00 12500 Legal imlv.lovernuientattTertiseuient,75 centsper iiiri for tho nrst insertion, aud 37 ,ceut» per u»ro tor each subsenueut iuncrtiou. 2 Attorneys ortleringiu legal i.lvertisements arc resarvletlas accountable for the cost of the «auie,un IMSUI.TJ special agreement to charge the same uijtttorparty. l'.iyiutHt iu all cases tobe maJein lilv IUCO .i- upou delivery of the a...

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. — 24 September 1868

8he fclflttif foutnal ^¥7"i ^MilTCHBLL, EDITOR. Thursday, Sept. 34, 1868.lowing Republican National Ticket. OK PRKSIDKNT, ULTSSES S. GRANT, OP ILLINOIS. FOR VIC E PtlKSIDBWr SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA O KUECTOsRB. W. T. RAMBUSClI, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN. Nicollet County, T. 0 JONES, Anoka County. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. B. PINNEY", Stearns County. Stearns County Ticket. For County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For Count Commissioner—1st District, LEWIS CLARK. O O I S E O E S O N E N E It will be remembered that on thein day when two Republican Conventions were held at St Paul for nominating member of Congress for this District, just three weeks ago to-day, a proposi- tion was made by that which placed Mr. Donnelly in nomination to the oth- er at Ingersoll's Hall, which selected Gen. Hubbard, to refer the whole diffi culty back to the people for their de- cision, the person having the highest number of votes to be ...

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. — 24 September 1868

ijQQArj israrwa. Wt wouW respectfully requett all business men and other* wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our extensive stock of Sew Material, just received from the east, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office it note one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Salllt Paul prices. Tfc a on a a a O E at off a jr a a is a a in a A is a E I A N 1'UICT O N I O N ha Republican •'. tors the Counties out id* of Steam* in the Third S natorial District, ara hereby lieu to meat in legate COD rntion at 'LKXAN A in Dun las County, on a S 8 ISttS, «t I o'clock St.. Tor the parjM ne of uorolna tins a candidate for Representative to be lected at the ensuing elect on in oveiubernext. The appvi tionmeut of Del gates is as follows: P»po 3 I"UK1-*S 5 Morrison 2 ToJd Sain" Louis, 1 (Iran Otto Tail.... o\v iug.. iko MES 3 OWEIt, Lbairmaii Repuli'icaii Dist., Committee REPUBLICAM E E I N S lion S. S. Beaman, of ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 September 1868

A I A I E S W E A CULTURE.—At the last meeting of the Delaware County Farm ers' Club, the subject of raising wheat was generally and fully discussed Tho following is a synopsis of tho discussion with tht general results: First. Sowing wheat—drill or broad oast. Sowing in drills the best mode, for tho reason that the wheat is put in nioro uniformly, better protected, win ters better, and thero is great saving of seeJ. Second. Advantages of summer fallowing. Its advantages are in plougUing in clover and mellow heavy clay soil, but summer fallow not gener ally recommended. Third. Manuring the ground. lanuro should be spread upon the surface and harrowed in be fore drilling. Fourth. Fall or Spring wheat. If the ground is well pulver ized and in good condition, tho full sowing will bring tho surest erop oth erwise it is hetter to sow in the Spring Fifth. Sowing grass with wheat. Tim othy and clover should be mixed. As a genera] rule Timothy should be sown in the »ll Clover always in the ...

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

1 THE W)CKNAI|r I A "tna DWOOBA"' Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OJUc—Coraer ot W a to Av«a« a a a Street. W I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION! T1TO.DOZZJJM/MIMUZ2? 7-Y ADVANCM Ao«xtr»«vy will be*«nt gratis to tUe getter np clu^of trntuescrlbrr*. lSoiure E S O A O I S I N O I 8 2me.i3 6 200 3 75! 6 0 10 00 15 00 350 500! 80 0 1400 2250 4 50 625 1100 18 00 30 00 625 7 50'12 50 22 50 35 00 02512001 1650 30 00 40 00 1100' 14 00 22 50 37 50 52 50 1400 25 00 30 00:4*00 15 00 2000, 40 00| 50 00 7£00j 12300 1 100 175 is 3 25 475 000 7J0 ., a 150 275 325 475 TOO 000 1125 1650 3 .. 4 •4 col. 3 I ,1100 Lii»Untl-o»eruuiout»aTertl»euient,75 ceutsper u»ro for tho first imertlon, «nd 37 %uentl per uero for ««ct nrbacquent InaortMo. 2 Attorneys ordoringin legal advertisement* are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, lin es* tlu-ro Is a special agreement to charge tho same another party. Paymeat iu all cases to be made in Idvaiico or upon delivery of the ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 1 October 1868

mm She 91 «b«d W. I fauita! KDITOK. Thursday, Oct l, i86a RepublicanNational Ticket. FOR PHSISIDBUIT, ,.. ULYSSES & GRANT, OF 1LLIN013. O I PM.KeiDsT.WT, 8CHUYLBB COLFAX, OP ISDUHA O O W. T. RAMBU8CH, Frnborn County. 08CAR MALMROS, Raorny County. C. T. BBOWN. Nicollet County, Q. JONES, Anoka County. O BMCMBK O O N O S HON. I. DONNELLY. mm s. Third Senatorial District. tor Member of tho Ltgielaturt, 8. B. FINNEY, Stearns County. mm Stearns County Ticket. for Cotmry Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commissioner—1«( District, LSWI8 CLARK. FOR MBMBB OF COK«RB»». HON. IGNATIUS DONNBLLY. Weflyat the head of our columns this week the name of this gallant Re publican loader as the standard bearer of tho party in this District. We are proud to place his name there, for it means VICTOBY He has always led the party, through every difficulty and against every obstacle, to brilliant raecaa*, swelling the majority far above that of any other candidate. Two years ago, when the prospects lo...

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 October 1868

L.1 M'tsmmmasm ^•^Sfc JFe R-OMM respect/idly request all busmen men and others wishing any kind of Job Prilling, to call and examine our extensive stock of Hew Material, just received fromths east, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saifit Paul prices. a on ot* a a la O I at a a a is a W a in a Xi«t A is is I A I S I O S S I O N 't tie Republican e". ctors the Counties out.iile of Stt-nrn* in the Third S natorUl PUtriet, are hereby filled to meat In legate Con entfon.at LKXAN A in Sou las County, on a S 9 8 1SUS, at o'clock M., for the rmrpese of nottina tine a candidate for Representative to be -. lucted at th-. ensuing elect oa in ovember next. The apportionment of Del-gates is aa follows: Pope 1 ugliu Morruou Todd S.iiut Louis,., Oran '. Otto Tail ow -«lug. Lake .. MESS. 3I.0WER, Chairman Repnb lean Diat., Committee 'Allkiads of Job printing, iu Eng ish, Ge...

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 October 1868

TIM JnAIDBjM'S PKRIL. We hive heard many rrraarkabl atoriea of the agility, audacity and su perhuman strength of the orangoutang, but nothing so extraordinary as tho following which a recent traveler siys he heard from good authority while in Bahma Lieutenant Shooh, of tho Dutch East India army, was on the march with a small detachment of troops and coolies, on the southern coast of Borneo He had encamped, on one occasion, during tho noonday heat, on the banks of on* ef the small tributaries of the Bargarmassin. The lieutenant had with him his domestic tstablinhaent, which ineluded his daughter—a playful and interesting little girl of the ag» of thirteen. One day while wandering in the jin gle, beyond the prescribed limits of the camp, and having, From the oppressive heat, loosened her garments and thrown them off almost to nudity, the beauty of her person excited the notice of an orang-outang, who sprang upon her and carried her off. Her piercing screams rang through the forest to ...

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 October 1868

TH^OOURNAL .A1*T DHOCU"' Peblliaed every Thursday afternoon, Af ST. CLOUD, MINN. a W a A a a a S TV. I E IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 1 7 8 I I O DOLLARS PA YABLE IX ADVAXCJ! A»lHFi«pvirUH)Mfli! jv»ti« to'tk* goiter «i I S O A O I S O ISquars 1 100 175 •i»0 9 4 5 col. 2 9BM.i'm-i9aio. i' ISO atK) 375 6 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 275 35 0 50 0 8 00 I 4 6 0 S 5 0 325 450 «25 1100 1800 30 00 475 02 7 50 12 50'22 50135 00 700 925 WOO W«0 8000 4000 800 1100 14 00 22 50| 37 50152 50 1125 1400 25 00,30 00,45 00 75 00 1050 ^)JO,40 00| 5000[7i00(12500 a** 475 600 Till 11100 L*£.»UndiJ.Y?ra:utfatS',.TortUemont,75 ci-nUpai inrti for the ttrst iiiertion, u»tl 37 J^eoata jr unvo for ca.'!i subs^uent liMertii h. 2 Attorney* orJeriugiu legal n.lvortbementsare reg^r.! '.1 as accountable for thecost of the smote,an* ess tb?re is »spe '••••I luroi-in.-ut to ctutrgo tUename i»njtlur artjr. l'lyr.i.- t.i nil i~ tube uv.i li-iu l,lv.i:uv or upon Jetircry of u&Ulavlt. •J L. •.-,! -ti:-», 15 coins :iiu t- tmustsnt and...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 October 1868

Zht £t. ftloun fMwiwd W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Oct. 8, 1868 Republican National Ticket. FO E E N ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FUH V1CB PHES1DEKT SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA FOl BLECTORS. W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Auoka County. MRJIBRR O COKGKKSS, HON. I. DONNELLY. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. B. PINNEY, Stearns County. W. E. HICKS, Douglas County. Stearns County Ticket. For County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commiuioner- -1st. District, LEWIS CLARK. TO-DAY'S COSVKXTIOM. Special to St. Cloud Journal. ST. PAUL, Oct. 8 18G8. Thirty-one of the delegates who were present in the Convention of Sept. 3d met to-day and nominated Gen. C.This Andrews, of Stearns County, by accla mation. THiwes THAT HAVK AS SOUK THAT HAVK NOT BEE.V DONas. The St. Cloud JOCKS At, one of Donnel ly's organs, shrewdly remarks that "the true men of the Republican party, without regard to t...

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 October 1868

O O A I 2STBQWS iSpSpa W* BWBM respectfully request all businestntn and othert withtng any °f Job prlBtlBf, to ewM and examine our extent** ttcck of New Material, jutt received from eatt, before tending to St. Paul or going eltewkere. Our Job Office it now one of the but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. 49* Tk Cirealatto or Tlso a la DOUBMB that o»T »ajr otRer paper p«nll»a.e*l a Hortawim Mtaacsota V»t Advertiser* it till*. RBPVBUCA N DISTRICT COSVKJf TIOM. IkesVpablican*'. cto»»m*h« Counties outiiileof Steam* in the Third Senatorial District,to*hereby tiledtoaeet.in legate Con entiou at DHA to Don. ia* County, on Monday, tost. 98 1869, atl o'dlockP M.forthe parpen* of nisuaa tins a candidate for Representative to be elected at the eniuiut elect oa in oveiuber next. Theapp*rtionment of Delegate* i* oa follow*: Pope 3 I Gran 1 Douglas 6 Otto Tail 1 Morrison 5 Cow A tog 1 Todd 2 1 Lake I Saint Louis, 1 J*MRS 8. Bl.OWKR, hai...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 October 1868

W A GK!t. POPK SATB. In a late letter, Major Gen. John Pope writes? l. •'It ia hard to understand how any man who bettered in the righteousness of the principles lor which he fought, ean fail to support Gen. Grant, or how any one who was not willing to sur render to the rebellion during the war oan bo willing to surrender to it now by voting for Gen. Grant's opponent. "Whoever wishes to see the condi tion of affairs which existed before the war, re-established, and to see restored to place and power the prominent lead en of the rebellion who held military or civil office, who used all the influence of their position to precipitate tho re-PI0TUR3SS bellion and who desired thoso offices on-" ly when they could no longer be used to injure the Government—whoever, in short, wuthes to see all the results achieved by so much bloodshed and sacrifice surrendered into the hands of those whoso avowed purpose it is to bring them to naught, will be right in voting for tho candidates of tho Demo ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 October 1868

«. $ 1 a :.r*'W»i-lVHj*W t. •-n-th-*' 'f**"**' THE JOURNAL "TBI D1XO0BA'" Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. 0 0 a to to A a S W I E KDIT0B AND PROPRIETOR. S I I S I I O N TITO DOLLARS FATABLS IN ADVANCE A«M»r«copywiUbe*entgr»Ut to the g»tt»rmp aalabol teutaktvrlber*. it O AoviRTiiiHei IStltur* 3, .. 3 4 5 col. 1 100 176 1W »J4 475 S a oo 360 460 e-26 025 UOO UOO 00 3 6 mo. 1000 1400 1800 2360 30 00 37 50 45 00 1 376 600 026 7 60 0 0 800 7a 325 476 TOO 900 1W5 1650 1100 12 50 IS 50 2250 30 00 1200 UOO 25 00 •to 00 eno 7 JO UOO 5000 74 00 jAl4miaorerumouta.lTvti8oaieut,75 centsper for the first tusortion, aud ST J^eeuts per uaro tor eaeli mb»o«iuent iusortion. 2 Vttoruoys onleringiu legal advertisements are (MirdwlM aocouutaWo for the cost of tbo saroe.un •s ttiora is special agreement to charge the same auotherpartr. Paynieat in all cases tube made in Idt.vice or upon delivery of the affidavit. *i li KK»1 Notice*, la cents per Uue to transient, and ccutj per liu...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 October 1868

Site JR. (Slmtd goitimnt W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Oct. 15, 186finger 8 Republican National Ticket. O 1 1 E 8 1 ULYSSES S. GRANT, OP ILLINOIS. O I S I SCHUYLER COLPAX, OP INDIANA O O S W. T. RAMBUSCH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. G. JONES, Anoka County. E E O O N E S S HON. 1. DONNELLY. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. 15. PINNEX", Stearns County. W. E. HICKS, Douglas County. Stearns County Ticket. For County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commissioner—1st District, LEWIS CLARK. O E A O I N E N S ST. CLOUD, MISS., Oct. 12th, 1868. Gen. C. C. Andrews, St. Cloud, Minn. SIB.—On behalf of the Hon. Ignatius Donnelly, the undersigned, a committee of his friends, challenge you to meet him in debate on tne evening of the 17th inst., then and there to substantiate the charges made by you against him in your speech aeoepting the nomination for Congress, at St. Paul, on the 8th inst. An early rejly is requ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 October 1868

XOQ.AJL E W S ^ftgSSfc Wt would respectfully requett all men and other* wishing any kind of Oil Printing, to call and examine our extensive stock of New Material, just received from the east, before 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. Th« Circulation of Tk« Jo«rm»l DOUBL.K tn«t of mnj oilier paper published la Nortaerm Mlaaeeota. Let Advertiser* remembei thin. A. N E W E A E 131 ORIGINAL STORT IN THE JOURNAL E MS O I A S Wo have completed arrangements for se- eming the manuscript ef a splendid origi- nal story from the pen of Mrs. Jane 0 Swis-shelm. the publication of which will bo commenced soon. The title is A A- BET MKKLYS," and the work has engaged Mrs Swisshelm's time tor the past four years. Having seen the manuscript, we have no hesitation in pronouncing tins one 0-' ihe best stories that has ever yet been published. Tho plot laid in New Eng...

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