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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 22 November 1866

^55B^WaB5! [The following article from tho Hatings Union contains so many genu- ine truths that wo cannot resist. the impulse to trraisPt-rit to our^ column Few among tho minions~wKTTva3 newtpnper* stop to thiak of the labot, owe »nd trouble, both mental and swca-ac* phjatoal which the production of wen /••tag! oonti t9 ndit either a daily or a weekW joar- sal to Jkhoaa who navar uodartook it.— Those who have made the trial know different. Day after day, week after week and month after month the same tedioua round of duty haa to be per- formed, frequently under the most dis- couraging oirounuUnoen. pose a eaee. A youog man, having the reputation of brains sufficient for the task is influenced by personal and po- litical friends to engage in the nubliea- don of a weekly paper. Fair promises of liberal support are held out, and he undertakes the task. It may seem pleasant nt first for everything worts well, as all new things do. It costs money to publish even a weekly paper. A lew SHm...

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 November 1866

1 *.|11M ,,- Published every iliu.sd.ij afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD MINN. !••—'"oruci W a ii O A in ii ii S W I I S I £DITOK AND PROPRIETOR. srustitii'Tiosi TWO DOLLARS A YEAlt, IX ADVANCE. An *xtra n.v Will le swat gmtis to the getter up •f •clubot tun MHMcrilwm. E S O A I I S I N I Collations and Remittances promptly •adv. Taxes paid for Non-residents. Also, Agent for tho sale of PASSAGE IICKETS to or from all the principal fiEMII, OWLISH AND IRISH PORTS. Office on Washington avenue, one door senlh of tho Central House. T7n44-tf S. I N N E ASD IKESSBD BKAIE* V» FOREIGN .DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, W a a a A a S Sight Drafts for sale on England, Ire and and Scotland, and all countries ot itropet The highest premium paid for Gold, Sil er and Foreign Drafts. Agent for the sale of I I a from a in a a a I ah Collections made, and proceeds remitted a day of paymen. Offiet opposite U. S. Land Office, 8T. CLOUD, MINN. FMXZY. WS. MCLUKES PINNEY I MULUKEN, BSAL ESTATE AGENTS ri Opposite U. S. Land Offic...

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 November 1866

I •tie SH Cloud foiunml W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, NOT. 29,1866. THANKSGIVING. Aa oar regular day of issue comes upon Thanksgiving, no go to press one day in advance, in order that all eon- neeted with the office maj be enabled to participate in the solemnities ani festivities of the oocasion. We offer this as an apology for the United amoant of reading matter iur- niahed this week. wrraoavawAi. LANDS. late Washington despatch, notic- ing the change of the line of the Union Pacific Railroad, says that "the Coin- missioner has instructed the register and reoeiver at Junction City, Kansas, to restore some 1,600,000 acres of land to settlement entry, under the pre-emp- tion and homestead laws, and the reg later and reoeiver at Brownsville, Ne- braska, to restore about 1,500,000 acres. The restoration does not make the lands subject tosale at private entry, but renders them accessible to actual seders." This is just what we hope the Com missioner will do in this land district —restr...

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 November 1866

XJOGAXJ a 4VTkt ClrealavUom of Th« JsmrasU |t OOUBUB tfcsU of amy ettfcer p»par paUUktd -bore St. Ant-nay Vail* Advertiser a ii JFi would respectfully request all business men and othtrt wishing any kmd of Job Frilling, to call and examine our ex- .eiwrr* stock of Sew Material, just received rom the eatt, before tending to St. Paul orgo- 'ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beet in the State, and tee do work w/uch we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. Paul prices. FmsBYTERiAX—Pastur, Rov. K. V. Caniplivll. Ser «ices evory sublwitU warning at 10}£ o'clock. Jiveuiug it 7. Suuilay School after muiiiiug service. All kinds of Job printing, in Eng- lish, Uerniau or Norwegian, executed at this olhce. Send in your orders. SUEKP KILLED.—Mr. T. C. McCluie hud six valuable sheep killed near bis house, by dogs, this week. ROBBEKY.—About a week ago, some per son stole a pocket book containing f?llu from the cash drawer of L, Henry & Co. No trace of the money or thief hits b...

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. — 29 November 1866

JK* JROOft Alii. W W Hens will lay ab»u» «s wvll in Win ter »s iu Sumuur, ii Vi.iti:,.- .in- permit. To produce ogga well iowl* must be comfortable, and must have animal food. When the ground is •pen, and worms and inseots abound, they get their own material. They aanst have gravel to keep their grist mills in good working order, and lime to make the shells. Sometimes a hen Slrops a shell-less egg, but she ia asham- ed of the skinny, unprotected thing, •nd seldom does it twice. Sometimes •he will drop an egg where its life is sure to bo froien out, but her instinct teaches her better, and she stop* doing •o if possible. Here is the whole secret of having plenty of eggs all Wiutor— we have trieJ it long, snd so have oth- ers, with good success always and as eggs will sell this year, owing to the high price of meats, we advise attention to the matter 1. Give the fowls same warm, thor- oughly sheltered'place of retreat, and keep it clean. Take out all the dropp- ings at least once a we...

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. — 6 December 1866

mm .4 8 "mm Collections and Remittances promptly made. Taxes paid for Non-residents. Alto, Agent for fchc sale of PASSAGE GERMAN, ENGLISH AIIO IRISH fo\\K WM..S. MOOEE. KSBK. WILLd saesaMttlfaeaneaeMnBMi JOURNAL '"vferin.T "VHB DBMOCBAT," Foollshcd every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. -former of \V**htngtom Avenue ad Chapel Street. W I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION I TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. An »itr» copy will be sent gratia to the getttr np •f club ot ten subscriber*. RATE S O ADVERTISING 1 2 100' 150 1 75i 275 2 50 3U5 25| 4 75 4 751 7 00 000 90 0 7 50 11 35 1100 1650 3 3 00 3 50 4 50 6-45 9 1100 14 00 20 00 2 mo. 3 75 5 00 6 25 7 50 12 00 1400 25 00 40 00 1 ftqaftr* JOB PRINTING Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tioe In the best style, and at St. Paul prices. Print ing done In German and Norwegiyn, as well as ingj ah, and warrantedto give satistaction. T. C. MoCLURE. J± 1ST IK EJ K/ UTB UOBOTBD HEALEft IS a Warrant* Agrlewl cge Scrip, Co...

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. — 6 December 1866

Sto jit «tat* gouroal W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 6,1866. •All* BOVTB TO MONTANA. A Washington correspondent of the IVeas tenda the following gratifying in formation: The MlMrtUmtmt Jor mail service en the rants from Abereronbit to Montane trill to eat a* mfew wib. Thta Is a greet point gainedfor the North veet It lays the track of th« Northern Paelfio Railway, and majr be eaid to enaure Ike prompt eempletlen of that great euter ftiie. The lotting of this mail service im pKet glorious things for St. Cloud.— This city is the leading point at this end of the shortest route to the rich gold fields of the tar-western Territo ries. With military protection as the necessary accompaniment ct mail trans portation! this route would become the great thoroughfare between the older States and the Pacific regions, and St. Cloud would he the natural entrepot of •applies for the mines and the posts scattered along the way. But what is of tar greater impor tance, as intimated in the above e...

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. — 6 December 1866

O A 3STBTWS. 49-Tlk* Clrcalatloai off JasurMl 1« DOUBLB tb.at off aajr paper •mtllake S O O St AmUkoajr a .set AdTcrtlMra a a ^i£g£=» We would respectfully requett mil butintt* men and other* wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our ex- .entivt stock of Sew Material, jutt received rom Me eatt, be/ore tending to St. Paul or go- ing tUcwhcre. Our Job Office it now on* of the beat in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be tatitfactory, at St. fail arlces. PUUTTIUAX.—Pastor, Rev. S. V. Campbell. Ser vice! every Sabbath momiugat 10*4 o'clock. Evening it 7. Sunday School alter morning service. ygf All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. ADMITTED.—At the last special term of the District Court, Judge L. A. Evans was admitted to practice at the bar. THE REGULATOR.—We would call special attenticn to the advertisement of this new and enterprising establishment. THE RIVER—The Mississippi is sti...

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. — 6 December 1866

?4 .j I y«rt:' r~ I its. source of profound tstonial ment that there should be, in these days of intelligence, such fallacious reasoning concerning the value of roots —carrots, beets and turnips—for do mestic animals. W have frequently met with newspaper articles, during the •year put in which the writers warned people "not to feed carrots and turnips to their young animals during fodder- ing wison W A illustrious IbBy I* It Would 1# juat as proper to withhold ripe end delicious trait from our child ren, or to reject mealy Irish potatoes, or luscious sweet potatoes, from our ta- bles. We have read well-written sr tioles against feeding roots to cows, bul- locks, and workhorses and all the ob jections and arguments employed by the writers could be summed up in one short sentence, thus "As roots are so much colder than the stomachs of ani mals, when employed as food, they in- jure the powers of digestion Was there ever a more ridiculous and palpable absurdity promulgated through the c...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 December 1866

mm TOS 6 .11 «TB» »U*OeBaT,,&: Fobllshed every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MIHN. —Cetraer of Waaalagtem A-reaae as|«Cfc.ap«l Street. a I E KDITOR AMD PROPalKTOB. S 1 I O N I rwo-zxw^.iUs rjjts, IN ADVANCE. lihtricopjirtlllif iwntpmij to the rettrr i»p tf aelubot ten subscribers. 4 9 O A O I S I N I 2 3w 200 350 46 2 mo. 376 600 6 26 v7 50 12 00 14 00 26 00 af«. fflti 3 mo. fa 80C 1000 800 1100 12 60 10 50 22 60 30 00 1 00 1 60 1 75 276 3 60 326 S26 475 475 7 00 00 90 0 TS0 112514 UODU&40 verilaementjd cents per* 1, lMtl«nddoverament«i ii the nrst insertion, aud 37 J^ cento per •uaars tor each subsequent insertion 2 Attorney* ordering in logal advertisements are veaarded aa accountable for the cost of tbe same, \in laaatbsr* is a iieei»l agrwrn.-ut to charge tho name 1 local Notic*s,15 cents perttae to transient, and lOceata per line to regular, advertisers. 4 Notice of death Isttnple announcement] 25 cents afcltaary notices, 5 cents per line marriago notice, i. All "po...

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. — 13 December 1866

.-.: W. MITCniLL. ED1TOR. 9 $'B t^a*FW Thursday, Deo. 13, 1866. I BsBgBB CHVmcH JUTTC ABROAD. Through the faror ot a friend we are laiMriptof late film of the London IMfyfimn. Great feeling is being excited between the High Church ana Low Church forties of England, end •fce Timet devotee much apace to iv That OOT readers nay be somewhat potted as to the present features of the discission we make some extracts The Timet states the ease ot the High Chnreh party thus: The world knows—and, if it did not know, the Bishop rf Salisbury has told it—that a certain section ot the clergy of the Chnreh of England, headed by at least one Bishop, claims to possess the same powers as are claimed by the Roman priesthood, the principal of these being the operation of some mi raculoua change on the bread and wiue in the Sacrament, and the remitting or retaining of human sins. It follows necessarily from this latter claim that the clergy have the right, nor only to -. bear, but to enforce confession, ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 December 1866

fit -L •a •d! 6 s. 49-Til* Clrcnlavtio* of 1'ne JonrnaU la OOVBLK that of amy other paper pnbllafced abevo St. Amthomjr Valla .•at Advertisers ramember tikis* 0 respectfully requett alt business men and o(Aer« withing any kind of J«ft) PrlltlMg, focaKamfrxamtiu our «r- .cn*ir jfoc* of yew Material, just rctewtd rem the eatt, btfort tending to St. Paul orgo- •ng elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the iett in the State, and tee do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at SI* fail prices. PUWYTMIAN.—Pastor, Rev. E. V. Campbell. Sor vleMererr Sabbathmorningat 10}$o'clock. Bvouiug ttT. Bnnday School after morning eervlcc. tSf All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. TAX Notice.—The notice concerning tax es of Benton county will be found in an other column. FBiouTrui,—An account of a local trag edy is given by Bush this week. COMING.—Christmas and do not fail to be prepared with plenty of presents—toys, book...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 13 December 1866

IIHLU-.-. I W 7 I __-^.- -1. WEBS WDM pVy to little attention to hsatth*: ditt Fashion dictates, and deluded, wonk-minded persons would rather bo out oi tat world than oat of fashion. I sup- pose everybody knows it is not fashion able to use boiled wheat,' for I will ven- ture to say that one fourth of the civil ised world has never seen this article used on the table. Life wasted away wttkfm *W|d tojfjs and jpddjngs, aid, Bwally, when sTid too kto, hypo phosphite is recommended to restore health and strength. All this trouble would be anneessary if we would use plenty of boiled wheat. Some persons hear acquaintance, and after you once know them fully you al ways love them so it is with boiled wheat, after jou OAOC Uaru to eat U, you always like it My Husband's eyes always twinkle and look bright, when be sees the above-named article on the table, and he says, when through eat ing "Marie, what, what a good heal- thy meal this was have it ofteoer, dear, and plenty of it." Perhaps not...

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. — 27 June 1867

k- THE JOURNAL "tni M»ci»T, Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Mil r«-«'wu of Waefclagta* Arei W I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. An t* tr» copy will be tan! gmtis t» the gaiter «p of clubol ten subscriber*. E S O I 2 3 1 pi it oti 160 a oo I t*| iXii 3 1* 4 W I? a** 415 rao. so UDOfUM MOO W N 7 N 1. Lefl^mlQowrw—UdTtrlkei»«t.7 tor the Ant Insertion, ami 37)^ cents per •qua'* tor each subaequeut insertion. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable tor the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreem.mt (a charge the same to another party. Payment in all cases to be made a advance or upon delivery of the amdarit. I 3 Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeath [simple announcement] 25 cents obituary notices, 5 cents per line marriage notice, 50 cents. 9. All political, religious or other notices, 5 cents per lino. 0. Specia...

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. — 27 June 1867

li ,•• ^J 5Mt £t ffilomt otmml W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, June 27,1867. O I O I A O I I A I O N S One of the plessantcst occurrences that has over transpired in Minnesota was the meeting of the Wisconsin Edi torial Association with the Association of this State, in St. Paul and Minneap olis last week. The excursionists, num bering one hundred aud fifty gentlemen and fifty ladies, arrived on Thursday morning. In addition to th6 repre sentation of editors, was Governor Fair child, the Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Attorney General, and other State officials. A formal reception took pLce at tngersoH's Hall by the Minne sota Association, by Mayor Otis on la part of the city, and by Govcnor Mar shall in the name of the State. In the eveuing all attended the Opera House, wheie ''East Lynne" was produced in excellent stylo. At twelve o'o ock the party reassembled at the St. Paul Pleasure Park, formerly the Stating rink. A fine banquet bad been prepar ed by tho Minnesota Associat...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 June 1867

-,=*^, ._-,!,. .- 1 •fa I O O A USTErWfc «9~Th a on of Th a la DUUBLE at of a other paper published above St A a Let Advertisers remember this {gjfsfc We would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind JOb in in to call and examine our ex ensive stock of New Material, Just rtcewed rom the east, before sending to St. Paul or go- ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of he best in the State, and ve do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St Paul prices* OFFICfAL PAPER of TllF CITY. lM£i)BVTSBt«tr.—Pastor. Rev. E. V. Campbell. Ser i«M everv Sabbath uioruiugatlOJSo'clock. Evening it 7. Suiiday School after luornlugaorvice. fSf All kinds of Job printing, iu Eng- lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this oflice. Send in your orders. —Letters from Osakis and Langola were received too late for this issue, but will ap pear nest week. ERRATUM.—The type last week made us state Mrs. II. P. Bennett as both Presi dent and Treasurer of the Library Associ ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 27 June 1867

How TO HAVE MEALY POTVTOM. It is very common thing in tho spring to find strong, watery potatoes on the table, unless oaro has been taken to select* and" preserve theni. A poor potato is the poorest article of food that ean bo had and as soon as they degiu to sprout they will begin to grow poor and watery, the better part of the root going to tho support ot sprouts hence, to have mealy, nice potatoes, it is necessary to keep them from exhaust ing themselves in this way. An ex change gives the following method of preventing the potatoes from sprouting, which we hope Will be tried and approv- ed Take good, sound potatoes and place them in a tub or barrel, and pour boiling water over them, letting them remain in the water until the eyes are scalded so they will not sprout dry the potatoes thoroughly in the sun, and put them away in a box or barrel in a cool, dry place. This will givo good mealy potatees all the time.— German town Telegraph. TAKE CARE OF THE TOOLS.—This is a trying time...

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 July 1867

1 y$W JOURNAL I "III »IMOOUT," Fnbllshed ©wry Thartday arteraoen, AT 3T. CLOUD, MINN. Osae—"over ef vYasfclMgtoa Ave MM* emACfcanel Street. W IS MITCHELL KDIT0R AND PROPRIETOR. —-H-0 I SVBsfcHIPTlOHi TITO DOLLARS A TEAK, IN ADVANCE. Aa extra copy will be tent gratis to the getter ap of aclubol tensubscribers. -, j. •. •'. RVTB S OV AUVtiHTIMNO A tiooo 1400 1800 2150 4 00 6S5 740 1200 aoou noo oojooo 4000 37 40 •SxcMMMga. Lamd Wsssrewta, AnjricMl «ral Collage Scrip, Ceemty, O W ad State. Orders, E a Celuftions and Remittances promptly made. Taxes paid for Non-residents. AUo, Agent for the sale of PA88AGB riCKKT8 to^rfronseJltheprUKtfpal 0 1 1 1 OWLISH110 IRISH PORTS. Office on Washington avenue, one door south of the Central goose. v7n44-tf 8. B. PINNEY, H=J J±JET "K.. 3 3 "SJ 3 ASO MCESSEO DEALEB IS FOREIGN I DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. W a AgrlcMltmrml Col legs Scrip. Sight Drafts for sale on England, Ire .aad and Scotland, and all countries el Europe. %he highest premium paid for Gold, 8il...

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. — 4 July 1867

She jn. ffilotu* gorniial. W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, July 4,186 7. A. A I S A I A The two St Paul papers, with two or three in other localities, have been doing their utmost to injure the credit of the State crying "repudiation." They charge and insist that because the people of Minnesota will not quiet ly submit to being swindled out oi about four million dollars, thejf mean to dishonor their j'*st debts. The Pioneer takes letter from Hon. Charles Scheffer, concerning the recei.t negotiation of a loan for the State in New Ycrk, as the text for another ot the articles through whieh it has screeched "repudiation" for the- past three months. This attempt to throt tle the people of the State with a hal ter of ruined credit, while you force upon them a villainous scheme by wh*ch they and their children shall saddled with a burdensome debt for years to come, will only niako the dif- ficulties attending any settlement oi the old Bond Question ten-fold more difficult. The people of Mi...

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. — 4 July 1867

ymm HJJgll...!!iJULil fbOAL iTHrw^ 49-Th Circa to a of Tk a to DOUBLB tfcat of »»jr Miner papor •MMIBIMHI »boT« St Aatfcoajr Valla. Advertisers a tale *r. fail prim. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TH* CIT1' P««»ttMUii.-PMtor, Bet. K. V. I »tT. Sunday School alter ni»n»lng OTTO*. gQT All kinds of Job printiug, in Kng kish, German or Norwegian, executed this office. Send in your orders. To CisnKS.—Wo hare printed neat form of blahts hir contracts between sc *"oo Districts and teachers also, blank order* I ontheffreasurer. For sale by the doieu |, or hundred. AT LAST.—A good sidewalk h%s been built along Lake street »0 the Post Office SXASONABM.—Ureeu peas and rips wild strawberries«iso!etheu-sppearsince in mar ket laat week. SSASONM) Lv'MBsn.—Mr. C. Gllmanhas lot of the best seasoned lumoer for sale at yard back of the Land* Offioe. STAXTBD.—McBide, Anderson and an other "CUBS'! were .rrestetf^esterdajrntorn ing by the polk e, and being unable to gire any satisfactory account of themselves, were d...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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