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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 December 1868

5£** Vht Sft Cbm A Jfotttna W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 24, 1868. ,T OHBISTMASI To each and every one of our readers, on the eye of this the best of nil Ibo year's holidays, we wish Merry Christ mas! May eoeh one hara light heart, a good oonteienee, well filled nookot and big dinner I May the lit tle onee ind their atoekiogi oTOtiowing with the trenrareo Brought by good oM 8aata Clane from hie woadroni far-off treason' oave,. the revelling among whose mysteries is the crowning de light of childhood's imagination. May they have all the good things their hearts desire, and all the sake, ex cept the lest in the list enumerated by the satiated youth of unfortunate mem ory. But in all your Christmas festivities remember the poor, whom "ye have al ways with you." Sparc from your over burdened board a portion for those whom fste has favored with but the scanty necessaries of life, or whom mis fortune has weighed down into actual suffering. Let their necessities be with you, and the ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 24 December 1868

jftCSan. IFe would respectfully request alt men and others wishing any kind of Ofe Printing, to tall and examine our extensive stock o/Jftw Material, j*st received from the east, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now on« o/ the bett in the State, and we do work whkk we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. a O a MartHaim I A a re POST ornci- ARRIVAL AMD MPABTUBB Of MAILS. St. Paul and way sUlious-^-departs at 8 A Arrives »t 1J r. M. Mail closes at 7 A. M. Sauk Centra route—Departs daily, lion days excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrue same days at 6 *. u. Mail closes at 7 r. M. Crow Wiug Route—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrives, same days, at 6 P.M. Mail closes at 7 r. M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. K. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Mail closes at 6 A. M. Fair Haven and Way—Arrives eaoh Fri day at 10 A. M. Departs same day at 2 p. M. Mail closes at 1 p. M. Two Rivera an...

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. — 24 December 1868

A O W E A JVom the Frairia Farmer. Notwithstanding bookwhoat cakes ire ald.o,t uniTeraaJ iavoiito-* with both 1 oung and old, and in spite of the fact that this grain ean be grown abaost any soil, and will thrive woll with in different culture still, moat farmors seem reluctant to spare even an acre or two of their poorest land, or to devote an odd day to preparing it for this valua ble crop»u No erop is so easilj raised as buckwheat. Land that is worn out by raising common wheat, or that which is too rough or unsubdued for. the pur pose, will yet produce a good/jiwld of this grain. So, too, we ocod-iaofc be particular in relation to the time of sowing as we are in respect to towing wheat, barley-and rye. Apart from the grain itself, it will pay to raiso buckwheat for the good it deer the soil by ameliorating it and clearing it for the production of other crops. Oa new ground it exerts a highly beneficial in fluence in disintegrating tho hard clay lumps, making them fine and more ea...

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. — 31 December 1868

I ft .' ll I I HK: THE JOURNAL, AflBT "IB O WOCBA"' Published ciery Thursday afternoon, 1 S T. CLOUD, MINN. (Ba«— W a to A a el S W I E KDIT0K AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TWO DQLLAMS PA TABLE IN ADVANCE Aa«itr««opywillbe3eBtgratis to th gttt»r»j kclako ISM subscribers. I I I O A E I S I N S*|aare 1 100 176 3 160 Jti6 323 476 700 000 3 W|Su»o. 200 375 350 60 0 450 623 025 7 50 025 12 00 1100 14 00 1400 23 00 2000 4000 3 SO 3 25 476 «00 7 60 1100 •ol. 6 mo 1000 14 00 18 00 2230 30 00 37 60 4300 7t00 000 800 1125 1050 y«a» 13 00 22 SO 30 00 3*00 40 00 52 60 75 0O 12*00 a oo 12 00 1*60 2330 30 00 5*00 dOovsrniuentatrrertlsemeiitJS cent* par •4«ara tat tha tint lnaartlon, and 37 %cantsp«r afiara for each subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys ordeviug iu legal advertisements are regarded asaccoautablefur the cost of the same, un regarded as *. special agreement to charge the same to another party. Pay meat In all cased to be made in advance or upon delivery of the attiuav t. 3.- Local Notices...

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. — 31 December 1868

3bt JR.fitoudgotmuil W. MITCHBLL EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 31. 1868. A HAPPY N*W Y«AK TO AH! THK •«BIATOIUAI.»M»CTIOM. It will derolvo upon tho Legislature daring tho coming session to olect a raooossorto Hon. Alexander Ramsay, whoso term of ofiea ezpiies on the fourth of March next Tho experience of Minnesota! in its last selection, demonstrates that mistakes are easily made, and that their consequences may he very momentous. The ehoiee then is one whieh should be resolved upon only after careful deliberation, an un prejudiced review of the politioal records of the different candidates, with their pergonal fitness to fill the position with honor and benefit to tho State. Up to this time the names of but three candidates bavo boon to any ex tent canvassed: Hoe. Alexander Bamsey, the present incumbent, Hon Morton S. Wilkinson, ex-Senator and Member of Congress elect from the First District, and Hon. Ignatius Don nelly, Member of Cuugress irom this District. We have no hesitation in expr...

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. — 31 December 1868

I I 4 lf# wuW re*_»«etyWHy «?««*all HIM and «A«r# wMAiiy any **aT Ob Printing, to call and examine our exttntive ttotk of New Material, jutt received from the eaet, be/ore *W6V Pati* or going ehewhere. Our Job Office is now on« c/ Me but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be eatiefaetorg, at Saint Fail prices. 4 0 a Cl*«ml«tl«m a TUo a a a O O I a at amy _»«••• a a A a a POST orricK* ARaUVAI. AMD D«PA»XC*« OP MAIL!. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 Arrives at 1} T. U. Mail closet at 7 A. Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon days excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive sane days at 6 P. H. Mail eloses at 7 p. x. Crow Wine Route—Departs daily, Mondays exoepted, at 6 A Arrives, same day a, at 6 P. M. Meil eloses at 7 p. M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. M. parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 A. M. Mail eloses at 6 A. M. Fair Haven and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. K. Departs same day at 2 p. M. Mail oloses at 1 P. M. Two Rive...

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. — 31 December 1868

mtmrnstm dawn, doing the world's heavy work, piling up mountains to become the sonne of rivers and spreading out con tinents and lends for the habitation of men and animals. If.it wcro not lorcorruption these safety valves or steam pipes, the great engine would tear the globe to pieces. As it is it does rend and shake ft with earttiquakes, which destroy cities. The earthquake, which ts very terrible to us, is the throes of the great engine making the dry land appear. In the first days of creation the surface of the earth was all water, and the breadth of the land has been steadily incicasing ever since, by means of earthquakes. The storms which bury ships, destroy dwellings and drown men, also clear the atmosphere so that men and ani mals and trees can live and grow in jt. If the air were stagnant everything would droop and die. If it were only stirred by light breeies, all vegetable life would be mushroom or pumpkin like. Men and animals would be stu id, sickly and sluggish. There ...

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. — 7 January 1869

•r SUBSCRIPTION! TWO DOLL ASS PA TAHJ.S IN ADYANCS jj a.lakol t*a s«.scrtter.. I O AOVlMlTISINO Si»»xe 1 100 ITS -J SO 3 200 350 450 625 025 2 mo. 3T5 5 00 625 7 50 1200 14 00 25 00 40 00 3 6 mo. 1000 14 00 1800 2250 30 00 37 50 4500 7{00 ISO •iil 325 476 TOO 900 1125 1050 1 II 600 800 za Ml. 4TS eoo 131 PHYSICIAN ABD SURGEON, yew 16 00 22 60 3000 36 00 40 00 62 60 75 0" 12600 UOO 12 00 16 50 22 50 30 00 5000 1100 1400 2000 TM 14 uoo La. di3o»«rnm.uLdT.rUs«m.Ut,"5 c«at» per squarefer the ftrst insertiou, aud 37 }£cenU|«v sqaar* far each subsequent iusertion. 2 Attorney, ordering in legal advertisements an regarded as accountable tor tbo coat ot'the saiue, ar,. regarded as a special agreement to charge the wtf uu to another party. Payment in all case. to be mn'.o in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 61 Local Notices, 15cents per Uue to transient, and 10 ceuts per Uue to regular, advertiser*. 4. Notice ofdeath [simple announcement! 25 cen obituary notices, 5 cents per Hue mar...

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. — 7 January 1869

I tarn Wax ~& CftM $«mwl W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Jan. 7, 1869. RAILROAD MRKTIHG. W* would direct the special atten tion cf our citiians to the call for a meeting at the Court Houae on Satur day eroning, to take into consideration means foi securing the early construc tion of a railroad to Lake Superior. This is a measure absolutely vital to the prosperity of St. Cloud. Everything almost depends upon it, and any move that will hasten the day when the iron hands aball span the distance to the Lake, will be a wise and most desirable one. AU know that a railroad to Lake Superior would place St. Cloud as near New York as is Chicago that wheat would then be worth as much per bush el here as it is there and that return merchandise would have all the benefits of the reduced freights. Railroad development is what we need and all depends upon the sucess of our own citizens in interesting out side capitalists. It cau be dune by judicious exertions and we would urge upon our business ...

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. — 7 January 1869

O O A.3L. INHI W S S TTa toould reaptctfully requettall men and other* wuhing any kind of •1) in in g, to call and examine ear •xlenriie ttock of New Material, Just recemd from the out, befort tending to St. Paul or going eUewhtre. Our Job Office is now one of the beat in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be tatitfactory, at Saint Pail prices. Mef a I O at or a jr a A«T«rtli*n tale. O S O W I ARRIVAL AMD DKPABTUM Of KAILS. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 A. M. Arrives at l\ T. M. Mail closes at 7 A. N. Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon days excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive samo days at 6 r. x. Mail closes at 7 P. a. Crow Wing Koute—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrives, tame days, at 6 P. M. Mail closes at 7 P.M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday aud Friday, at 4 p. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. at ".} A. M. Mail closes at 6 A. SI. Fair Haven and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. M. Departs same day at 2 p. M. Mail clos...

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. — 7 January 1869

I N O O S A 8 I N A lake steamer was being repaired and repainted, uear one of iho wharves of a western citj. A single narrow plank served for communication with the shore. A large quantity of whito lead was providedforthe painters, and ono night, before going ashore, two of them, whom wo will call Smith and Jones, thought thej would appror mto somo of it to their own use. So thoy tied a strong twine around their over alb at tho ankle, and filled in tho spaco betweon their trowseis and overalls with forty pounds more or less, of whito lead. Going ashore in the dusk of tho evening, and walkiug clumsily in consequent of the unusual loading, Jones stumbled overboard into the lake Of course he sankTike a millstone. Tho alarm was given, and immediately there were boats got out, and every prepara tion made for the rescue. Meantime, Smith stood on shore, loudly bewailing: 440h dear, dear Jones is drowned His poor wife and iivo little ones— what will become of them And Jones is dead Oh dear...

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. — 21 January 1869

'J THE JOURNAL, LITKIY "taSOBMOOBA"* Published eery Thursday afternoeit, S T. CLOUD, MINN. O W W a el S W I E KDIXOK AND PROPMKTOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS 1-ATABLE IN ADVANCE A W W to 8 S OW A S S a Stiaar* 1 jj S 4 1 vr 100 179 3 300 350 450 035 t)25 1100 1 mo. S 75 5 00 035 7 50 1300 14 00 35 00 4000 a 5o i£ •47a SOO la 1100 Vi cut. Onto. 1000 14 00 18 00 3350 30 00 37 50 4500 7J00 150 75 345 475 700 a ad 10 coal* por Hue to resulas, advertisers. 0 year 15 00 3350 30 00 35 00 40 00 53 50 75 on 13500 000 soo 1100 13 00 16 60 33 50 30 00 5000 a oo 11 Ji 1650 uoo 3000 W S 6 liuo marriage notice WAUnpBoUtte»». S'3p a religUua it notices,* coat, °cialplace aVerU»eaeat»tobein.ettedat ratoa agreed upon. .»„.,„ 7. Ifearly a it a quarterly. 8. Stranger* miut pay in advance,or tory reference. O I N I N Of all a plain or colored, executed on short no tice in tie best style,and at St. 1'aul prices. Vnat ia S done in German and Norwegian, as well as Lng bn, and warranted to give satubction. a...

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. — 21 January 1869

Vkt JW. Cloud Otttttal W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1869. I O A A I O ST. PAUL, JIB 19th, 1869. The Third Annual Convention of the Minnesota Iditora' and Publishers' As soeiation met at the Historical Society's Booms, in the Capitol, at ten o'clock this forenoon. It was resolved to make this meeting merely informal, and to adjourn until three o'eloek before trans* acting any business. In the afternoon the Convention re assembled, with over thirty editors, ex clusive ol honorary members, present. In addition to the reading and accept ance of the regular reports of the dif ferent officers and of reports from va rious committer appointed at the pre vious Convention, considerable business of importance was transacted. The •Seers of the past year irero unani mously re-elected: President—Hou. J. A. Leonard, Roches ter Po*t. Tut-Prrndtnti—K. J. Reed, St. Cloud JUMS, and L. E. Fisher, St. Paul Pioneer. Retarding Secretary—W. Mitchell, St. Cloud JOOBJUI. Corresponding Secretary- J. Flet...

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. — 21 January 1869

YQpgS» We would respectfully request all men and others wishing any kind of in in to call and examine our xtensiee stock of New Material, just received from the east, be/ore sending to St. raul 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. 4 9 a on a a O E at a a N in a A a POST OFFICE* ARRIVAL AUD DKPABTUBB OF MAILS. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 A. x. Arrives at 1} r. M. Mail closes at 7 A. M, Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon days excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive same days at 6 r. M. Mail closes at 7 r, u. Crow Wing Route—Departs daily, Mondays exoepted, at 6 A. JI. Arrives,same days, at 6 p. M. Mail closes at 7 P. SI. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 p. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7.V A. si. Mail closes at A. SI. Fair Haven and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. M. Departs same day at 2 F. M. Mail closes at 1 p. M. Two ...

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. — 21 January 1869

Walton who was delighted to got her started to talk. "Whenever tho law of tho land sets itself against Hho law of God, I should troat it as null and void." '•But," intorposod Windermero, "ilw churches all believe in slavery. I liv ed in LouisviUo, Ky., a year after I left ou W as there from April '38 until April '39, and all..thc most religious people there hold slaves, and caught them when they ran away. I remem ber nuo old deaoon who belonged to tho Second Presbyterian Church, and ledNor tho choir, who had a family ot slaves. One of them, a boy about ten years old, wore an iron collar all the ti uo he was there, with a great handle like a kettle bail coming up over his head, and making quite a projection at each ear. There was a projection ot two inohes front and back, where tho two parts of tho collar wero riveted, togeth er. I havo examined it often and nev er could contrive how tho little fellow lay down without resting all thodition weight ot hi? head on the collar, 1 used 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. — 28 January 1869

THE JOURNAL, LITSU "losouiaoaV *••llthed tiery Thursday afternoon, TST. CLOUD, MINN. Qco-Caraer of W»aklMgt«m A •vn.ichaysl »tr«ct. W I E KDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS PA TABLE IN ADVANCE A«sxtr«oopywillb«*eu»gi*lU to tb» gsttsrup »clu»ii t*u «u*scrib«rs. S O A E I S I N 1 a Sonata 1 1 3 4 1 100 3 *i0o 3i0 4 9D IUM». 316 5 00 S aio 3 25 4IS 1200 14 00 25 00 4000 (iiK) 1100 1400 'JO 00 1100 jj.-.niiuouua* »rli*«n»«»t,74 ceuts per *quw« for tli« Ar*t inswrtWn, «uU 31 ^c«utip»r tv,r«»i U#ul)i04ueutiu»»ctio». 2 Attorney* oidoriusiu lit^lddvarUiuuenU »r» ru »rU.»l jkCWMintaWrttuf tuo «wt of the siuue, uu to*»rdou a »p»cUl »,jrooudut tt charge the satuo to auotkerparty. I'ayiueatiu allcaMJ tube made in aWauce or upon delivery oltha atndaVit. 3. lijcal NJtiooe, 15 veuts per lino to traiuieat, aud 10 couli par Una regular, advertisers. 4. \vti eotdeath[*iuiple»nuonaceuent}S6cea 3 ubituary notices, acoutsper Hue marriage notice 50 cent*. All political, religious or other no...

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. — 28 January 1869

Wkt £i^ ftouit gonrmil W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Jan. 28, 1869. larjvsTicjtt TO NORTHKRN S O A I N N It will bo rcuombered that Congress granted last summer two hundred thou sand acres of land to be used in the im provement of navigation at the Fails of St. Anthony We opposed tho meas ure at the time, as a great injustice to this portion of the State, and we are glad to learn that a proposition is be fore tho Legislature for declining, on the part of the State, to accept this grant, thereby allowing it to revert to the government. Should tho general government de sire to appropriate a certain sum of money out of the publie treasury for the purpose specified in the bill provid ing for this grant, there would be no objection on the art of the people of Northern Minnesota. They would be perfectly willing to share it as a part of the uatiooal burdens. But when thrj are asked to bear it all, the demand be comes unreasonable. And it is all hid upon them when the lands called for in 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. — 28 January 1869

0 I I XJOQAJLJ IET'EIW-S \,Vgg We would respectfully requett cl men and others wishing any kind of Job Printing) to call and examine our xitnsive stock of New Material, just receitti rem the east, be/ore tending 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. «S- Th Circulatio of Th a 1» UUVBLK that of a other paper PublUhct a Northern Minnesota. 1» Ail vortlaers r«iucnibti thin. POST OFFICK* ARRIVAL ASD BKPARTDRK OF MAILS. St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 A. SI. Arrives at r. M. Mail closes at 7 A. M, Sauk Centre route—Departs daily, Mon day* excepted, at 6 A. M. Arrive same days at 6 P. M. Mail closes at 7 Crow Wing Honte—Departs daily, Mondays excepted, at 6 A.M. Arrives,same days, at 6 P. M. Mail closes at 7 P. M. Forest City and Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 V. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7} A. M. Mail closer at 6 A. M. F...

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. — 28 January 1869

CAM WX ©ROW WIIVAT From the Prairie Farmer. That it is possiblo to niM whctt* «nd itill Mt destroy the ability ol lh« •oil to priduce it fur the next genera* tioo: that it praelietW* to go on in» proving it in fertility, while we bici. uUUy take from it a crop of thi* unfit detiretl coreal, no ono who has retd the progred* of improved agriculture in England, will think to doubt. Tho truth w, we nive settled down into the idea that it is Wat to crop our land with wheat till it faiU to return tho seed we sow, and then to foMow the eetticg M»» to the land of the Indian and buffalo. By lilliug the soil, ws mean killing the suit and when the wreck is accomplish ed, we heartlessly reek out another spot which shall share the fate of our last victim. There really appears to be no way of ptetferviog fur posterity the fer tility of our fe# tillable plains on the' frontier, but to leave them to the wan dering bands of tie Sioux and Cainan ebes. Is agriculture as applied to wheat raising, a los...

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. — 4 February 1869

THE JOURNAL, L.ITKLV "THEDBMOCRA"' Published every Thursday afternoon, TST. CLOUD, MINN. I of W a A a a el S 3 I I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TIFO DOLLARS PA YAULK IS ADVANCE Anoxtraoopywillbeseat gratis to the getter up a teu subscribers. 1 1 S O A E I S I N 1 LOO Hi JJO &ib 3 2 0O UoO 450 a 35 3 3 2 iuu. «7o 6 00 ST. CLOUD, IUO. oo 3 Jo 476 1 00 81)J 11 io 16 jv) 4 iA. ^li ooo car- 0 00! 10 00 800J14 OU UOO ISOo 13 00 33 60 16 601 GO 00 -1 601 37 60 30 00! 46 Ou 60 001 liOU lo OU 33 60 30 00 36 00 40 00 63 60 76 IW' 13*00 CM 7 60 1-J00 WOO •Jo 00 •10 00 1100 U00 .iOOO U00 .. iovoriuttoutwa.oitisoiaant,76 couts pet »qaar« for ttte lirst lusertlou, aud 37 J^eentspei a.iniro fjro.icU suOsOijuoul lusertlou. 3 Attorneys orderlug in legal advorUsoments are regarded aj.iccouataulet*or lUo cost oftuo sauio, uu rogardod as a special agreeinont to Ohargo the samt anotherparty. t'ayuioaitu allcnses tobo uiuJo IU a Iv.moo or upou delivery ottlie auldav t. 3. LJO.I1 Notices, Id c...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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