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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 October 1868

BRBVITIKS Lyons, MiohiRan, has 100 acres of peppermint under cultivation, and has made this year 1,000 pounds of pure oil, »nd is atill at it. The oil is worth 93 a pound. James Gale, an English inventor of some note, has always been blind, but has lemartablo attainments in other di rections. He has been known to shoot pigeons at a match, his aim being guid ed by his wonderful delicate hearing alone. The Japanese manufacture and use paper to as great an extent as perhaps any other nation. There are very few of their industrial operations- that do not involve the use of this materia).— Fans, lanterns, umbrellas, pocket hand kerchiefs, cloaks and windows art made oat of it. The paper strings and hats lately introduced into this country, have been in use for centuries in Japan. At the late Scientific Convention in this city, Prof. Elias Loomis argued that the uioou does afl'eet the weather, just before its full, influencing it toward cloudiness rather than clearness, and following 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. — 22 October 1868

THE JOURNAL LA A I BIMOCUL'" Published every Thursday aftoraora, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. a a S 1 I E •DITOR AND PROPMXTOR. S I O N TWO DOLtAMS PA TABLM IX ADVAXCM An»*»r»eofjwillb«Mntir»tii to th* gatttr ap clabol t*u*abiwi)*r«. I O A O I S I I I lSt«*r* 1 100 174 iSO 3'J4 47» 6 (10 710 11U0 I 1 W 74 324 474 TOO 000 1144 1640 a IDU. ST6 600 »m 0 800 1100 12 40 I8 60 4 0 30 00 6000 ft mo. 10 00 14 00 18 00 2230 30 00 3T50 44 00 7 00 300 360 4 40 0'J» it aooo LiXAl»oJao»*ru nout»HTerU»enieJit,76 ceuUpei fjr tho ttwl iuiertiou, aud 37 J^ueaU i» iiaro Ut aach »uba«q«an» Innertioa. •i \UJrao» ordering in legal .»dvertl»eu»ent» are rexarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un •is (bore i» special ajreetuout to charge the same aaotherparty. l'.iyiuosit IU all cases to be made in Id ramie or upou delivery of the affidavit. at c.il Not ices, 14 cents per line to transient, and cent* per li-.u to regular, advertisers. 4. Soticeofde*tUisin«pleannonnc*ment]26cen »itu»ry ujticcs, 5cents per ...

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 October 1868

tht JR. 9\mA gonnuil I' B3C3 W. MITCHELL E I O Thunday, Oct. 22, 186born 8 Republican National Ticket. FOR PRRSIDKNT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. |, O V1CK E S I 1 SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA WOU. BLECTORB. W. T. KAMBU3CH, Freeborn County. OSCAR MALSIROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN. Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Anoka, County. O S O COSOBESS, HON. I. DONNELLY. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. B. PINNEi', Stearns County. W. E. HICKS. Douglas Couutv. Stearns County Ticket. For County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commissioner—1st District, LEWIS CLARK. MR. DONNELl/IT'S SPEECH Do not fail to read the very full re port we gite in another column of that portion of Hon. Ignatius Donnelly's speech which referred to the Northern Paeile Railroad. I is full, clear and eonriaeing and those who read it will not wender that Gen. Andrews fled the eountry. We regret that our spaet will not permit us to give the COaeludiag part, on national politics. Mr. Donnel...

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 October 1868

*M u'ju/rf respectfully reguett all men and others wishing any kind of Ob Printing, to call and examine our extensive stotk of New Material, Just received front 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. 49- TU Circulation of The Jonr»«l Is DOUBLE that of any other paper published lit Northern Minnesota. Let Advertisers rciuembrt this. A. N E W E A E A5 ORIGINAL STOKT IX TOE JOURNAL FUICJUIl'MS FOK CLl'BS. Wo h:iTe completed arrangements for se- curing the manuscript of a splendid origi- nal story from the pen of Mrs. Jane G. Swisshelm, the publication of which will bj commenced soon. Tho title is "MABOA- RET MEKLVN," and the wotk has engaged Mrs Svmshelm's time for the past four years. Having seen the manuscript, we have no hesitation in pronouncing this oae of the best stories that has ever yet been published. The plot is laid in New En...

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 October 1868

S O RAMB O O I I I S \a this locality, whero the incident •ooarred, the whole affair ia well known, bat Tor the benefit ot outside readers we gif the following report, of a sceno whioh occurred ou our streets, in theand latter part of August, when Gen. An drews was soliciting the support of men at tbe town caucuses in aid of his Con gressional longings, as reported in the Pioneer General—"Well, Mr. B., what are your politics t" (The General speaking with his usual dignity and deliberation.) M.—-Well, I ean't really taj where I stand." General—"Why, my dear sir, in theso perilous times every man should take sides." B.—"Politics are so badly mixed that it is hard to decide." General—"Now te be frank, the Con gressional canvass is close at band. The eaueus will be on next Friday evening la thia town. The people want a man from the upper country, and at (he urgent solicitation of many friends I have permit ted my name to be used. And,'' he con tinued, "you will remember that it ia nut a...

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. — 29 October 1868

THE JOURNAL LAttar sutoou"' Pabllihed every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O I W eol. O E 0 5 A a S W I E •DITOB ANDPROPRIBTOR. S S I O T»fO DOLLARS PA TABLE IS ADTASCE Am«lr»e»rywlUb«itutgr»tli to «kt «p claboi tensukssrtbsrs. O A O I S I O 1 Squire 1 W 1 100 176 1 I N ila 3 la 47i 700 900 3 1 "»». 3J6 500 «24 7*0 12 00 14 00 I mo. 00 a 4 ft •no •i-ii 47» 000 7 40 1100 6 0 I 10 00 8 00114 00 1100 IS 00 12 60 23 60 16 »0! 30 00 II 60 3T 60 30 00 45 00 5000 78 00 16 00 22 60 30 00 35 00 40 00 52 50 75 00 12600 3 SO 4 40 6M I fia 1100 iia0s 1400 26 00 2000 40 00 166 i»re* for fchTawi lusertlon, aud 37 S per u»ro for »»ch •ubsoqiieul iusertton. oraoriusiu l*Sal advertisements arv rc^raoauH ioconntoMeCor theeostof tb.e saoie.uu ***there i* iy»oUl agreement lo charge the unit another party, k^yiudat iu all case* to be tnadein Idvauce or uuou delivery of the affidavit. »i oca IN jticos, cents per Hue to trausWut, and t. couU per Uuo to regular, advertisers. 4. SoticeofdeatU.alinp...

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. — 29 October 1868

Vht Sft «tou4 gounial W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Oct. 29, 186no 8 Republican National Ticket. FOR PRKSIDKNT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VIGB E S I E N SCHUYLER COLFAX, Or INDIANA O B1XCTORS W. T. 1AMBUSCH, Freeborn County. Of CAR MALMROS, Ramsey County. C. T. BROWN, Nicollet County, T. O. JONES, Anoka County. O I E O CONGRESS, HON. I. DONNELLY. Third Senatorial District. For Member of the Legislature, S. B. PINNE5T, Stearns County. W. E. HICKS, Dougias County. a Stearns County Ticket. For County Auditor, ALBERT C. GOWDY. For County Commissioner- •1st District, LEWIS CLARK. A LAST 'WORD TO I A 1 Bat three days remain in which to work for the saltation of this Dis- trict. The time is shoit, but it is long enough. It is long enough for every man to determine whethei he will be represented in Congress by true, tried Republican, or whether by voting for a renegade he will bring upon the Dis- trict tho disgrace, tho calamity of a Democratic success. There is no room for doubt. ...

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. — 29 October 1868

XiQOA.Xj •ETE3WS tt£^- W» would respectfully request all men and others wishing any kind of Ob Printing, to call and examine our emtennv* stock of New Material, just received from the eatt, be/ore tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. 49 Tl»» Clre«l»»l©-» of Tl_* Jowrmal DOVBUE tfc«t of other paper a a !»or«l_»r» MlamrsotB. Advertisers A. N E W E A E AIT ORIGINAL STORT IN TOE JOURNAL PREMIUM S FO CIiVBS. We hart completed arrangements for se- ouring the manuscript «f a splendid origi- nal story from the pen of Mrs. Jane 0 Swiaahelm, the publication of which will be commenced soon. The title is "MABOA- BET MKRIVN," and the work has engaged Mrs. Swisahelm's time for the past four years. Having seen the manuscript, we have no hesitation in pronouncing this one of the best stories thai has ever yet been published. The plot is laid in New Eng- land and the...

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. — 29 October 1868

A rawi. —The lied Wing Argus, Democrat ie, had suspended publication. A vendor of campaign pictures in this city, told, this week, eighty-one pictures of Grant, and one of Seymour. —Rochester Post. A little son of Mr. Miller, says the Post, had his arm broken, and narrowly escaped death from a steer which at tacked him Tho same paper says that Henry Beardsley was caught by his clothing in tho upper knuckle joint of the tumbling rod of a threshing machine, and received suoh injuries as resulted in his death. —The Chatfield Democrat says tho hop house and barn of Dennis Jacobs was burned, with some 2100 pounds of hope and a lot of barley, corn, bay, &c., nuking a loss of about $2,000—no in surance. HE editor of the Anoku Union is satisfied "from personal knowledge and participation in all the acts of the dra ma" (as he classically calls tho dead men's Convention) that Andrews is the "regular nominee of the party." Tins "personal participation" comprised the momentous responsibilit...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 5 November 1868

BIUMCltlPTIOm TWO DOLLAMS PATABLM IN ADVAXCM A«M»t»«.ww»tb»i«tg«tU tolas I.tt.r.j. aslabol taa.usssrlb.r.. mvvaa or AOV«*TItIH»» 1 100 I 300 SAO 4 40 034 034 1100 1400 -000 a I W »T4 4 00 034 Sao 1000 1400 IS 00 33 SO SOW 9T40 4400 7100 I N 4 4 JS. ISO 334 300 54 iv 40 0 43 4 74 0 1340- eo oo an 3*0 »J4 474 000 7W 345 «T» TOO •00 Mb 1050 a oo 13 40 1640 3140 30 00 MOO TA0 1300 14 00 34 00 4000 a oo saaaTfoTttae «wt in.er.lon, aud 37*«ei»t.s an tor tacit aubwuueut iusertion. ^ntWnSyTorderlnKi. .seal aJvarttseaMBs iraarded accountabletor tho oust of the nam regarded as a special agreeinout to charge tue another parly. Fayiueetiuallc.se lobe uia advance or upoudelitery of the sJBdsvi. 3. Soc»l Notices, 15 cent* per till. to traasisat. and 10 ceuts per line to regular, advertiser.. 4. NoU:e ofdeath [simple auuonucemieat ««.eD, obitaary notices, 5ceuU per line marriage notice All political, religuus orother uotlce.,4 ceaU pec line. S. apeoial place tdtertisements tobeiu.erteo at iMea agr...

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. — 5 November 1868

J* W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thurtday, NOT. 5, 1868 I MINJTKSOT.t. The North Star State has done nobly. The majority ior Grant and Colfax will he from 13,000 to 15,000. What is a ehief glory, is that the Impartial Suf frage amendment has been adopted by a handsome majority. Mot only have & we given a glorious Republican victory, bat have taken the highest stand in vindication of oar principles. Equal rights to all men is an established fact in Minnesota. In the First District ,Mr. Wilkinson ia elected by a large majority. In the Second District the vote is •till closo between Mr. Donnelly and Oapt. Wilson. Qen. Andrews is tur ning so much behind that his vote is of no consequence so far as his prospect are concerned, and only affect as they draw from the Republic in candidate. Yesterday's St. Paul Pioneer savs: The unexpectedly largo majorities for Grant and Colfax, and the fact that Mr. Doonelly has drawn a large number of Democratic votes have endangered if not defeated Wilson's el...

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. — 5 November 1868

,. i--,- tfKwp-* We would respectfully request all men and other* wishing any kind of Ob Printing to call and examine our attentive stock of New Material, just received from the east, before sending to St. Paul or going eliewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at S a in Paul prices. 4Q» Tl»a a i» O E at a a a N or in a A is ranienabe is N E W E A E 1 5 ORIGINAL STOKY IN THE JOl B.\ AL E S O S We have completed arrangements for se- curing the manuscript ef a splendid origi- nal story from the pen of Mrs. Jane O. Swisshelm, the publication of which will be commenced soon. The title Is "MARC, V- HST LVIBRLYN," and the work has engaged Mrs. Swisshelm's time for tho past four years. Having seen the manuscript, we have no hesitation in pronouncing this one of the best stories that has ever yet been published. Tho plot is laid in New Eng- land and the West, the characters are ad- mirably conceived, and the gre...

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. — 5 November 1868

r. 9Sa tonefcery, or what looked like it, would bow to neot me, and theo, then—O I out vadentand what the old Berserk er madneai was. Next morning Leonard came. I can hardly tell what happened he was sor ry to hare disappointed me last night, but had to return to the party with Miss Wood for a bracelet she bad lost, or something of that kind and then it was so late he supposed I would not wait The moment he finished I told him all, all! tbe whole torrent of my troubled feeling, and then I looked up timidly in his faoe. It was dark he was angry with me. I had not thought he would be angry with me. But one never knows how a man will receive such things. I suppose he thought my conduct implied reproaches to him•oris which he did not deserve. He spoke coldly, and blamed me fur unreasonable jealousy. Leonard to blame me! It was very hatd I felt faint a..l ti.vd, «., „|„, to the arm of the mil. grew kinder as Q. w,»i«h«u said sadly: "Ernie, Ernie, you must oonqu these jtloomj disposit.oii...

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. — 12 November 1868

W I E IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOtLAMS rAXABLM IX ADTJiXCjM ill |«tt«I«p kuMlail V-.VT. -AkMiri ir»s»pfS»ill|K*»ukll*ir'ta»U. ^ofaelako or AQy«nTUi!iQi S|ur* 'i»'t'l'«r v'wimm. i'»C 100 110 200 »T» 800 17* Hi 3*0 5 00 8 00 2»0 32» 4t 0 62» 1100 A E S E N E D. mo.i rter 1000 15 00 14 00 33 60 1_ 8 0 SOW 35 00 40 00 S2» 474 02»! 7 40 13 40 2260 47» 700 »34 1300 1040 3000 00 000 1100 14 00 22 40 37 50 7W 1134 1400 34 00 3000 45tH 1100 1650 -"000 4000 6000 TJ00 •ot All political, religions or other notices,* ceit's per Hue. 0. Special i.lvertiseiuent* tobeiuse .I»*.'».%*TI»I1olaoew .a»«« .--•-. f»m r/n •. (f-gWTIg|/elVi4»WpaiA«krtetty "S. Strangers must pay iu idvanco.or gire satis tory reference. JOB PRINTING Of all kials, plain or colored, executed on short no Ike in tae best style, an! at St.. Paul, prices., l'rint iut dous ia tsermaa an* Ntcw«ian, as well Sug WrS, and imranted git*saMsflfctiou. 'uiwanir wwow A O ft W I ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW, {Qfim in MiWi ...

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. — 12 November 1868

I iA*BkT"taa»saioc»A" PiMltked everj Thursday afleraora, ST. CLOUD, MllCtf1 f.«ga a of iVaaklagto* Aire»»« antlCliafjal Street* W '. S XV. I E BDIT0R ANDPROPKIKTOS. SUBSCRIPTION *iar— olakot. taa«aaa«tttiut. R4 4^vi TWO DOLLAMS rATARLM IN A^tr.avaf-ill (i.#»n|t»Mlra »aW LTSS! O AOVWRTItlHO ll(UII 100 17» HO »J4 47ft 900 1*0 a:* Sift 47* 700 000 W 1100 11*5 1650 »naa»v«r"M»«mt«*»erti»oiu*atl75l«Bau joti SI. CLOUD, MINN. J,, ootooif.- *r %.W. COLLINS O O N & .COLLINS a ST. i'i ."AMD :aUUL pBTAla A61NT3, Hf. Of* mr J. r. Jed of .»."* Sore CLOUD, ... MINNESOTA. Parai«alar atUatioa girem to basineis in alj*iaiac Coaatiaw, T|S« Wright,. 81 er baru«, aWaton, Morrison, Todd Douglas, Monongalia, Papa and Meskar. 44 1 0 &. HAT*. CHA8. D. O HAYS ft KERR, AT TO KN BTS AT LAW 8T. CLOUD, MINN. WaiAia^fon Avenue —farmtrly y~-. Moon §'g'K*rr'i.ii" '4..* w*. s. Mbata. HAMLIN ft MOORE, A T®*&& mt& WT'LA W 3 CLOUD, MINN. I 'J 5 Ofllaa OTer Eialbrack'a Store. O W. S W E E AIT0MXMT k...

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. — 12 November 1868

She SH. CImtA W. MITCHELL EDITOR. N 1 2 1 8 6 8 A I A I W O O The 81. Paul Preu and Minneapo lis IWottne for several dajs last week exhibited decided hydrophobics symp toms over whet they claimed to be a "forged circular'' withdrawing Gen. Andrews from the canvass. The issn iag of this was violently eharged upon Mr. Donnelly. We mnst confess thst when we heard the first rnmor of suoh circular, we thought it might be the work of some friend o! Mr. Donnelly's, more Melons than discreet. But when the document itself appeared in those journals we had no doubt at to its ori gin and purpose, and we do not think our readers will when thevhave porn* ed it lb tkt Rtfublua** of the Second Dutriet: "Tho Diitrict Committee yielding—and they must say reluotantly yielding—to the expressed wishes, amounting almost to de mands, of lending Republicans in the First District and in the States outside oi Minnesota, hare this day withdrawn from the Coagi rasional canvass the name of Gen. C. C. Andrews. ...

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. — 12 November 1868

We wosiM retpeetfUlly request sM men and ©A#r» visAi»£ a«* trllltof to call and »DNin# eur MrttMtM «f«* 0/ -Vew Material, jutt received from the ea»t, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the but the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Faal prices. ClrowlaUon of Tfce Jowrmal 1* IMHTBUUK uuk otner f«kUik«« RwtMni MtracMta. Itmt 1 4 if tfcfs. A. PTKW E A E AI tBIQlffAi 8W1I IN III jeVKHAL I FdK CUT/M. We have completed in fbr se- •wring tho manuscript ef a splendid origi- •1 itorj from the pen of Mrs. Jane 0 Swisshelm, the- publication of which will be commenced toon. Tho till* is "MAIOA- an MiaiYS," and tho work hat engaged Mrs. Swisshelm's tints for the past four years. Hating seen the manuscript, we Jhave no hesitation in pronouncing this one of the best stories that has ever yet been published. The plot is laid in New Eng- land and the West, the characters are ad- mirably conceited, and the greatest inte...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 12 November 1868

A few days after, being near Max's •tudio, I stepped ia. He was very busy •t~b.it easel, trying to gWe express ion to the faee of a very expressionless ohild. I wandered abont the roo tuning eanvas8es around, picking up sketches and peeping into portfolios, when in oamo Parian Wood, with a privileged air, aa if sho knew the way. "Max Tudor, why didn't you ke!!p your promise lost evening '•Couldn't," he answered heonically, "Keep tonight then," sho com manded regally. "I believe Ernie and I are going somewhere together this evening," re plied this disobedient Max. "Aren't we, Ernie She had not noticed me before, but with admirable etse she left Max and cametowardsme. "Ah, Ernie! yon here! How fortu nate Now, with jou to watoh me, I'm sure Mr. Tudor will let me look over his portfolios. I've wanted to so long they must have sueh lovely things in them. Who knows but we are there ourselves And she opened the larg est. I did not exactly liketosee her turning over Max's pictures, but he d...

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. — 19 November 1868

0 W kTHiiiDa«ooaAM» Published eiery Thundajmemoes, T3T. CLOUD, MINN. a W a A it S W I E 1 I EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TITO DOLLA MS PA TABLM IS ADVANCE A»«»«r» topj will be tantgratii to ft* g*tUr ap a (••«aki«rib*r». S-ia«r« 1 W O A E I S I N I 9 mo.,year. 1000 MOO 1400 22 50 18 00 30 00 22 60 35 00 30 00 40 00 37 50j52 50 45 00i 75 00 7J 00j12500 1 lOt) 17& 210 3 Jfi I I N 74 315 475 TOO 000 U3 5 1050 S 200 3&0 4 SO 035 025 a S 4 S ma. 3 7* 5 00 0 25 7 60 12 00 UOO 25 00 4000 col. 8 00 80 0 UOO 12 50 1»»0 2250 30 00 50 00 47ft ft DO 7 59 UOO 1100 UOO 2000 1 LegaandOo v«ruueDta(lTertisomeiit,75 cent* per •quare for the first iusertion, and 37 touts par »iuare for each subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements ure regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un regarded as a special agreement to charge the saluu to another party. Payment in all caso to be made advance or upon delivery of the aflldae t. 3. Local Notices, 15 cents per lin...

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. — 19 November 1868

Wu 91 €UvA gounul W. I 1 EDITOR. Thxandm. Nov. 19, lies I WAIRBVR O KBFVBUCAJI PAKTV. Tha officii] returns of this District m»j b« Mid to bt made upj at lout enough is known to show that Eugene M. Wilson, the Democratic nominee, is elected to Congress by a majority of twothoanaad. A a Republics*, wo aeknowkdga the triumph, not ot the Demoeraaj, bit of the disorgaaiaing Washburn element in oar ranks which had utile ngnro-haad, Gen. Andrews. It has bean susesssful—it UM earned the point tor hieh it has labored--it hM defeated Mr. Don-allv in hat tarn for a roeleotion to the What hM this faction giventothe Stare in exchange for the serviem of an able, experienced, industrious Mem ber? A yoaag man, without the slightest legislative experience, who Will go Ma tyro among the old hMds Who have for years beca repieMBtiag their 8tateain Congrtf*. Intohis hands have keen cast, by this faction, the manifold aad VMtly important interests of Vanjhora Muuosota, aad burdened aad bsarilaVtcd, he wi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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