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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 19 November 1868

LOCA 2SUnvr& IflgSSaa W* would respectfully request all men and others uishtng ang AwJ 0/ Ob Printing, c».?* exa»Mt*n« our •xtenetve stock of New Material, just rtceivtd from the eatt, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job OJJkt is now one of the best in the State, and ice do icork which vre will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. J9» Tli« Circulation of Th a la DOtBIiR that of any other paper pablUbm In Northern Minnesota. Le Advertisers remembei this Jk. N E W E A E AX ORIGINAL STORY IX THE JOURNAL S FOK CI.VI1S. We have completed arrangements for se- curing the manuscript «f a splendid origi- al story from the pen of Mrs. Jane G. Swisshelni, the publication of which will be commenced soon. The title is "MABG.V- I MBBLTS," and the woi has engaged Mrs Svnsshelm's time for the 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. 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. — 19 November 1868

"TOTSJ»P TH« I DRY.—We no- ttta in our exchanges numerous recipe* formating shoe leather water proof, moat ef them oompoands, inrolving considerable trouble in preparation and more er lesa expense, end none of them half ao good tha simple article, cas tor oil, whieh can be bought at the drug stores for twenty-five to fifty cents a pint, according to your locality. Ap ply it to the boot whon dry, and souk it by the fire un(il the leather is sam rated. Treat the soles in the same way, being careful to dry it well so us to not grease the carpels. Wo once treated a pair oi calf boots in this way, aud a few days after we walked lire miles in satu rated suow aud water from six to ten inchos duep at every step, and came out with feet perfectly dry. Castor oil will keep the leather soft pliable and blaok, though not glossy, and quite im pervious to water. ^sa»-»— GOOD DOUGHNUTS.—Three eggs, one cup sugar, one cup cream, one tea spoonful soda. Salt and nutmeg. To DYE BLACK —Rusty nails, or a...

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. — 19 November 1868

SPLENDI IARGAREG MRS. SWISSHELM BY MRS. JANE G. SWISSHELM. One of the Best Ever Tet Published! On the 26th of November, 1868, will be commenced in the ST. CLOU JOURNAL The Publication of an Exciting and Interesting Story, entitled W I E N MRS JANE SWISSHELM. MERLY has been engaged upon this Story for the past Four Years, and has woven a plot of exceeding interest. The scenes are laid in New Eng land and the West the characters are all skillfully drawn, and the different parts admirably managed. The interest excited in the beginning is steadily intensified through each succeeding chapter. It is a Story finely conceived and splendidly written, and must add to the National reputation Mrs*. Swisshelm already enjoys. It is altogether her best work of fiction. This Story will occupy some six or eight months, a large installment being given in each issue. THE JOURNAL will continue to furnish the fullest news from all parts of the State by correspondence from the different towns—this being ...

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. — 26 November 1868

1 1 ^. S col. a I. I -lOUR^M/.' V1«HT "CUBDlXOOmA"' Published ciery Thursday afternoon, ST. CLOUD, MINN. ot W a A a S W I E KDIT0BANDPR0P1UET0K. S 8 I N 1 S O A O I S O S O 9l«ar» 1» 1 100 175 2*0 3 25 475 blH 7 5i» 1100 ysar. 15 00 22 50 30 00 36 00 40 00 52 50 76 00 12500 0 160 275 325 475 700 900 1125 1650 200 3 50 4 50 625 9 25,12 00 1100 14 00 1400:25 00 20 001 40 00 a 3 376 1 600|1000 5 00 8 00 14 60 6 25i 1100 18 00 7 50 1 12260 16 50 SO 00 28 50137 50 30QO|4500 50O0I7J00 t. .ttlov*rum«nt»^ertUem»pt,76 cents per to% & 37^.ceat ZAZTZ for each subscqueut insertion. lS 8 «r ktlorxx?™.ordering in legal advertisements ar rataried ftccountabfefor the cost ot tUe same, un rSSruSnYatpectol agreement to charge the same 3 a a O tobe made ii.iv.ince or unon delivery of the uffiUa* t. 3 per line to transient, and 10 cento per liuato regular, advertisers. 4 JJotl:eoldeath[simpleannouncement]Men* obiiuary notices, 5 cents per line marriage noti,e *°AUUpoUtica1. religions or other notic...

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. — 26 November 1868

ess CJk O S S %kt Jfe «tadh ii a S S of the W. I EDITOR. ThursdUr, Nov. 26, 1868 THAmcaervMcu Davy it Jljf. tMm "Wh\ole a A bjr tlae id the President of the United 8tates of America: FBOCLAslATIOM. la the year whioh BOW drawing to iia end, the art, the akill and the labor of tht people ef the United States hav* been em alsysd wit* greater dlUgeno* and vigor, and on brand** lalds, lnan ever before, and tkt traits of inn tnrtk hare btnn gnth« nmd into the granary and storehouse in nMrtnlnnn abundance. Our highway! aava boon lengthened, and now and proline regions hnve been occupied. We are per mitted to bop* that long protracted politi cal and atetionnl distentions are, at no die tnnt day, to giro place to returning har mony nnd fraternal affection throughout the Republic. Many foreign Slates hare entered in!o liberal agreements with us. wbicb arc far off, and which, heretofore, have been unsocial and exclusive, bar* be come our friends. The annual period of rest whioh we hare reached...

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. — 26 November 1868

S9958SKSBC Wt would respeclfully request all men and otktr* wishing any kind of •I) rrlBtllg, to call and examne our mtsnsne »totk of New Material, jtut received from the east, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is note one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be eatitfactory, at Saint Pail prices. 40 CivessisstHMa Atlvertisera rvaaaaauaes 1 la O 11»»* or a my otlse* a lm Sorskarsi a N I*t A. N E W E A E AH tUMNAL STORY IN THE JOURNAL 1 S O S We have completed arrangements for se- curing the manuscript ef a splendid origi- al story from the pen of Mrs. June G. Swisshelm, the publication of which will be commenced soon. The title is "MABGA- BET MHLYS," and the work has engaged Mrs. Swisuhelm's time for the past four years. Having seen the manuscript, we hare 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 ...

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. — 26 November 1868

VVTVKBO WWBAT Jhm the Chicago Tribune, Xoo. 18. filgfetr prioM for bradstafis in Sag had, sod •ooseqosntij hew, do not MB improbable ia riew of the nporto of Iho short wop whwh continue to eome from Bnssis, one ot England'! greatest soureas of rapply. "A St. Petersburg paper* referring to the wheat harvest, ssys that tbo districts travers ed bj the Volgoa, espeeialfyjthoie which border the river, have an excellent yield, and the same may be said of the eoast lands of the Sea of Aiof, which will be able to furnish iinuieuse quanti ties of wheat for exportation. The central and western territories have been less favored. In the neighborhood of Odessa and Nieholaieff the harvest is only half what it nsnally is, theee eatary inpply of breadstuff! secured, but no great reserves eta bo 010104 for the future." The Presse of Vienna, corroborates the above statements, and gives the most lamentable details of the demoralised condition of society in various paita of Russia. In this con nection...

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 December 1868

W 1 1 I THE JOURNAL Lvamt"tnaiaMocaA'" Published etery Thursday afternoon, TST. CLOUD, MINN. UUe—l-oner of WakslilngtoM A me •miChapd Street. EDITOR ANDPROPRISTOR. S 9 I I O I TWO DOLLARS FAJABLM IN ADVANCE Amextraaeaywin beaeatt gratfa to ••.»«•«««p »«n ..••kaarlliar a. ,' a«lak««l Uustllncribers.4.. S O A O 5 W 1 100 174 a 5o 325 47a 000 T5» It 00 1 200 350 450 0i5 IBKN 0 00 800 1100 1200 16 50 22 50 30 00 6*00 11 oo 1400 JO 00 lias 1050 si. CLOUD, MINN. a. i. QOBDOH. 1 coUnrt GORDON & [COLLINS, ATTOBNE I-S A-T LJWW, JU&*>~ ASD MAL BtfAM AGENTS, Ofiet oter ,stOT'e ST. CLOUD, ^MINNESOTA. Partuular attention given to business in adjoining Connties, vis.: Wright, Sher burne, Benton, Morrison, Todd,Dougl»«, Monongalia, Pepe and Meeker. 44 O A A S HAYS & KERR, A O N E S A*T ii A"W ST. CLOUD, MINN, Ofie Wathitgton Avenue —ftrmtrly Moor* j- Kerr't. ,. BBWABB o. uma 1 OfBis oa St. Cranaainst., OTOI Broker'sStore. ST. CLOUD, MINN. J. D. WHELOOK.M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Offi...

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. — 3 December 1868

®fc 91 «tott fmttttn W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 3, 1868following E N O I A I I A I O A S S I A correspondent of the Mankato Record takes THC JOURNAL to task lor urging upon Congress the granting of a subsidy to the Northern Faeifto Rail road equal in amount to that giren the Union Road. The editor sustains the correspondent, and claims that the land grant is sufficient in itself to enlUt capital in the construction of the road, should there he anj publie necessity for it. The complaint is made that any further aid would be impoverishing the people for thc benefit of already power ful corporations. In spite of these protests, we must continue to maintain that Congress can justly be called upon to extend direct pecuniary aid to this great national en terprise. For years it has been a set tied policy with the government to make appropriations in money to furth er such projects as would result in ben efit to the nation at large or to extend ed districts of country. It is a wise...

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. — 3 December 1868

liOOAL isrBJvr& A Ti« would respectfully request all men and oiArr* tcitAtno' any Jtmrf of Om Printing, to caU and examine our extensive stock of New Material, just received from the east, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one ef the but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Skint Pnnl prices. 4 9 Tfe Clremlutiaa O A tfe» ef raj or a or 1 A ta N a N a I A a a tikis* POST ornci ARRIVAL ASD DBPARTVBB OF MAIL*. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 7 A. H. St. Paul and through mail—departs at 2 p. u. Arrives at 1 and 7 P. M. Mail oloses at 6 a. x. and 1 r. M. Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon day* excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive same days at 6 r. u. Mail closes at 7 r. M. Crow Wing Koute—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A M. Arrives, fame days, at 6 r. M. Mail closes at 7 r. M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesilav and Friday, at 4 p. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mail clo...

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. — 3 December 1868

Sho wanted to add "come," but that Bubtilo, contradictory, opposing, inner self, ono of tho two armies which Solo mon saw in the "Shunarnite," whioh makes ©very human soul an epitome of civil war, net its face across tho path and withheld her. For two days after the time an answer might have reach ed her, she waited in hourly expecta tion of seeing him. Then a letter earns, and openiug it, she read "DEAR MABUAKKT.—I am glad to find you had not forgotton me but still think it strange you should not write. Of course the wanner of your father's death would be a great shook, but you ought to be re signed. Indeed, from the gloomy n«ture of his religious views, you might havo ex pected that the ruin of his business would have had very serious results. 1 suppose you know 1'iai it is thought his estate will not p*y more than eighty cents on the dol lar. I wani to be plain with you so that there will be no room for misunderstanding in future. Your mother has net beeu friendly to me, and she ...

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 December 1868

I THE JdtJItNBJ W "Ml»WOOtA"' foollthed eierj Thursday afternoon, T3T. CL.OUD.MINN. •CAB tATMB. af W»tkta_t*a A I •adCkap*! Btraat. W I E BDITOB AND FB0PKIXT0R. •UMcairaoH riro JOJU^I«9 JUr_*xjr ur ADYAKCM AnsstraeaBvwUlbaeeBt gratia to Ik* getter n» aelaaet tea aabecriaara. K1T OI ADTKltTIBine .•*"**• I 1M ITS a to tat 4T» •00 IW a« uoo Saw. 10 14 MM MM MM 97 SO MM TIM 1M ST* 114 4Te IW •00 ass lew too •to AM i» SSI UOO STe •0 14 TW 00 00 MM MM MM MM MM MM T»M 1100 UOO 1400 UOO 4*00 laoo uoo ISM MOO JO00 lit «ao««rBM-tftt*«*tU«M-t,U Mitt ft eoaara Bar the Bret iaserttaa, aad SI cantspar •41m a* each labaaqaent laaertloa. S Attaraere ordering la legal adverttaeaMBta ara regarded as accountablefor Utecoet oftne MUM.M regardod aa a apaclal agreeaeat to charge the aaa** to anotherparty. FayateBt IB all eaae*toMM—late advanee or apoa deUvery «rf the sJBda*. t. A Local NoUoee.U cents par Una to transient, and ltt eaataparlla*toregalar, adrartiaera. A Notice of daatb [siosple anuoMuceaien...

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 December 1868

Vhk $t. Ctmul outran. W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 10, 1868phia, COXGRKS9 \SD I MESSAGE. A quorum was present in both Hous es on Monday, and business was ntof onee entered upon. A number of bills, principally of a financial nature, were introduced. The President's Message wis sent in yesterday, bat we hate not yet receiv ed it. A telegram of the 7th says that the only thing known outside of the Cabi net in regard to the Message is that Minister Johnson's protoool for therefused Alabama settlement has not been ap proved, and that it has been returned to him for revision. It is alsj under stood that the President will favor a gradual contraction of greenback cur rency. —We have made arrangements for issuing the Message iu a supplement, and will mail it to our subscribers to morrow. a am E STATB NORMAL SCHOOL. A suitable location for the Third Normal Sohool,' which is to be built at this place, is quite important. We do not believe a purely central spot is es sential or best, an...

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 December 1868

O O A 3STBIWS a Wt would respectfully request all men ami other* wishing any kind of Ok Printing, to call and examine our attentive etoek of Jfew Material, jutt received from the eatt, be/ore tending to St. Paul or going tleewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the belt in the State, and tee do work which we will guarantee to be tatit/actory, at Saint Pail prices. 4V TIM ClremUUsm Tke Jouraal Is DOVBXX) taa« ef emy *Uk*r paper paallafced la BJeartkerm Mlamesota. fcet A W I tfels O S O I ABR1VAL AMD DIPABTVSI OF MAIL!. St. Paul and waj stations—departt at 8 A. Arrives at 1J P. M. Mail closes at 7 A. M. 8auk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon days excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive same days at 6 p. H. Mail closes at 7 p. u. Crow Wing Uoute—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrives, same days, at 6 p. M. Mail closes at 7 Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. u. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mail doses at 6 A. M. Fair Haven and Way—Arri...

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. — 10 December 1868

reproof rankling in my heart. No mat tor how wayward I had bceu, no mat ter how much or with what reason you had punished me through tho day, you took mo in your arms and caressed and kissed me beforo taking or send ing me to bed. I havo never onc sleep without foeling my heart glow with a hippy consciousness of being loved and forgiven for all my faults." ''Hum!" said Zo, laying down the book she had been reading and kneel ing, the bettor to get into Margaret's arms, "I like to know what any body would ever find to forgive you about I do wish you would do something wicked until we could all show our Christian spirit, and get a little even with you. As for mother being angry with you, why 1 never could make hor cross lor two minutes." "You will make me .cross for a good deal longer time," broke in the tall Mi nerva, who sat diligently sewing, with tho "lamplight gloating o'er" her queen ly figure "We do not want a seen?, and a meeting of tbo mutual admira tion pociety this evening. ...

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 December 1868

E, JOURNAL col. n.^ ao*DO*. A l'uelislicd ciery Thursday afternoti, TST. CLOUD, MINN. Ulce—Horner of Washington A »«ach»]Wl Street. w. J3. 3 I E I EDITOR ANDPROPRIBTOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE I I I O ADVKRTISIIKei Sqaar* 1 100 174 FAYNMS$1LL*\ .... CLOUD, A S N I E I•MM».iyo»». 150 75 325 475 700 900 ii a 1A50 -200 350 450 *li 925 3 75 600 6 25 750 •no 475 000 7*0 1100 00 1000 16 00 800 1100 12 00 16 40 22 60 30 00 5900 14 00 1800 2250 30 00 37 50 46 00 7S00 2260 30 00 36 00 40 00 62 60 7*00 12100 1100 1400 2000 1200 14 00 25 00 40 00 a»)o»«cun*oU«lwti»«Miit,75 c»nt» ft iquu tet tha.flnt lawttUatf, ««d 37 for aauli iuba«(ttaat inaertieu. 2 Attorney* orJeriu* iu legal advertUemanU »re regarded iiccouutablefor the coat of the game, uu rei *rletl a* a special agreement to charge the same to auother party. Payment in all case* to be made in •diance or upon delivery of the amdav t. 3. Local Notice*, 15 cents per line to transient, anil 19 c*uU per line to regular, ad...

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 December 1868

W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 17, 1868. AN UNWISE KcoJioMi. It is a well understood fact that Chi. cago not possessed of overly amiablo feelings toward the Northern Paeifio Railroad project, and that it would not be oast into unutterable mourning by the failure of the Company to secure from Congress pecuniary aid for the early construction of the road. Chicago can not sea that its own immediate loeal in terests would he enhanced to any great degree by this route. But on the con- 4 trary it eaa see that a competing line. possessed of superior advantages, would .• »A! a TT action was taken concern be operating in opposition to the Union ,. '7 u- x. •. at "election ot a sue at St. Cloud Paeifio Railroad, whioh pours its traffic ... ., ., lVT toaj shoulJ be completed. Hence we find coming from the press and hading publio men of that city, a steady, per sistent and determined opposition to the movement for obtaining a loan of the credit of the government [to] the Northern Pacific 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. — 17 December 1868

I LOCA 3a~mwB Wt would respectfully request all men and others within/ any kind of Ol (o and examine our extensive stock of Now Material, just received from the east, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of tkt but in the State, and we do work wkkA we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint fail prices. la DOUaVLB tluit paper •maUtefcealiat MOT«IM» 4 AMUTAIi ABD W A 1 I OF MAILS. Si.Paul way •UtioBB—departs at 8 A.X. Arrive* at r. u. Mail eloeee at 7 A. M, 8aak Centre route—Departs daily, Mon day* excepted, atftA. M. Arrive same deye at 6 P. M. Mail closes at 7 r, M. Crow Wing Route—Departs daily, Mondays exoepted, at 6 A. M. Arrives, same days, at 6 P. at. Mail closes at 7 p. M. Forest City and Way—Arrixei Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mall closes at 6 A. M. Fair Haven and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. x. Departs anna day at p. M. Mail closes at 1 p. x. Two Rivers and Way—Dep...

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. — 17 December 1868

new roal,*in which ho took occasion to urge upon his fellow members the duty of preserving "tbo institutions wo have received from our posterity ami Imndin' 'cm down to our ancestors."' A this speech was duly reported in thoimpaled Arabia Betrea Journal, with {admiring comments by the editor, who had re ceived several lots to aid in estat lishing his paper,|our proprietor felt there wero no moro worlds to conquer in that direction, and devoted himself to seconding his wile's efforts to sustain their position. Town lots were exchang ed by the dozen for furniture, fancy dresses, ribbons, flowers, embroidery and laces, and when Margaret became a resident of Arabia Petrea, the original proprietor and his wife lay in the cem etary, and their two daughters, illiter ate and vain, the wives of poor men, struggled for a place in sooiety and of the property which had made mil lionaiss of othors. they had nothing left but a few scrips of faded finery. Ot all the thousands of men whoand now cro...

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 December 1868

THE JOTJRNAL, A WBT "t HI DIMOCU" Pebllshod oiery Thursday afternoon, ST. CLOUD, MINN. ii W a A we Btrmvt. W I E KOITOlt AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE A a a W will a a a I tw 1100 WILLdattend S a a saWsoriUsrs. f•"** S OB 1 A O O Saaare: I 100 174 •J SO 3 in*. a i* 5 00 6 26 7 50 13 00 14 00 •25 00 4000 3 in nio.'jwu. 00 1000 15 00 8 00 14 00 23 50 1100 18 00 30 OO 12 00123 50 3*00 16 50 SOOOJiOOO 33 50 3000 5000 140 a a 335 *Ti TOO tfOO 11 Ja 1040 410 ta 474 «uo 37 50153 60 45 00 75 On 7500 12400 1100 uoo JO00 a Jov»raaioui»a»«rtiiem»iit,T» cent* per sua«r*-f\r the lint Insertion, »ud S7)£caut»per for MCII subsetiuout iusortien. 1 AMoruoy* ordering in legal advertisement, ar* regarded »J aceouutablefor the cott of tue name, un regarded a* a special ajsreemont to charge the same to auother party. Payment in nil ca.es tolo wade in advauco or upou delivery of the amtUv t. 3. Local Notice*, 15 cent* par line to transient, and 10 cents yor line to regular, a...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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