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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 November 1869

'»V*=r-."—-rr—— fki £t. Aloud £ounwl W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thmnday, Nov. 25,1869. raoGRKia TH HKVOK.VTIOIV AT BSD MIYSUt. Operatiocs thus far Ua\e been car ried OD mainly by the French half breeds, the English half-breeds and •hitoe having taken no part, though being in full accord with the more Bint. At present only six hundred Ben art under arms, but it is reported that in the spring the number will be increasedtothree thousand. On the second of November Fori Garry and the government hous. were taken possession of by the insurgents in the name of the Provisional Govern ment which they hive organiied. Thestandards. St Paul Press has advioea which ssv I that tho capture was accomplished by a piece of quiet strategy. During the morning about sixty half-breeds, armed with their usual flint-locks, strolled into tho inoloaura in small parties, until at a preconcerted signal, while the officers and servants—there being no troops— wer« at dinner, they took possession oi the different build...

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. — 25 November 1869

7 IJOCAXI UTETWS We would retpeetfuUy request all 6M1MIM nun and otheri wishing any kind of Job Printing, to caff and examine our extensive stock of New Material, jut* received from the East, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office now om of the best in t\e State, and we do work wkiek we will guarantee to be latisfaetory, at Saint Fanl Prlcw. OUclal FnpwtftK City* «9 Tate CiwwA»t*»» a* T** Jouwnuei Is DOtTBLK tmat atMer pnw** pabllikMl la N Mla»««l*' AlvartiMM «*m«mh**UkU. a£p All kinds of Job Print!"*. i» E»e Hah, German or Norwegian, exeouted at this office. Seadiayourordera. LBAMD.—Mr. Green has leased the Ifatet for six months, from Judge Ettas. Notici.—Bjr reason of the funeral of the child of Mr. Oilman, the Register, the U. S. Land Office will be closed to-morrow afternoon, Snow.—A couple of inches of anow foil on Sabbath night, and a couple more last night. Sleighing will be good when this packs down. MODIL SCHOOL.—The second term of the Model Departmen...

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. — 25 November 1869

t+X r^,- _^UJJ—L4B HattftmitG ABOVT HO«P. No annual raised upon a farm varies 10 much in actual value as the hog. A bog-nasci), fog-legged, luoac-jnmted, •lab-aided, coarse-haired, guaot, un easy, uncomfortable rooter is an abso lute loss, as well as a perpetual annoy aneo to anv farmer who ha? the least pride in hii business, or taste about the looks of his stocl. On the other hand, ao icy invested in a stub-nosed, short oaredi smaU-limbed,round-bodied, thin ikianed, quiet, and oleto animal, is bet ter than io fancy railroad stock, not to mention the eomforts ct having models of the beautiful hard by your door. The best and nnst profitable breed ior ordinary farm purpescs—when little is led during the surouvr but the ret use from the family table and the sour milk or whey, as the ease may be—is a hog of about medium size, and of a thrifty fuan!y If gross and "sawny," there will bu too large a frame in theThread, fall to OQVOt profitably with fat if small-boned, and of course small ...

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. — 2 December 1869

&THE JQTJRNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. a W W a A a a el S VSrt. I O I XPITOK AND rttOVRIKTOR. S S I O S WO DOJtiaJWJ, IJBIJE MT AnrXtYOff. An Bstra Copy will be sont gratis to the getUr 1 of »'i»e Subscriber*. of a cl«b of II S OV 4 Ijaire 1 .. A O I S I O I aw 3 200 350 40 «25 mo. 3 no 000 8 00 1100 12 50 1450 2250 30 00 5000 T* SOU TM 8 mo 1000 1400 1800 2250 3000 37 50 4300 7C00 «U,T3 O S A A O lyear MuO 2250 SON 3300 4000 3350 7500 18500 itt 37ft too Hi 7 SO IT* 40 ITS 3 iS 474 TOO 900 1125 a uoo IS 00 0 0 25 00 4000 "w.luw MOO 3000 p«r Miulr. for the Orst insertion, end S7J* Olltl per taaere for .utnequeut 2. Atto»ey*orderlnla U«»l •AtwUOBBWltilW MMrdea as iccottetablefor the coet of tbe urns, un law there lee special agreement to charge then a In adTeuce or upon of the affld*«t. 3. Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, •ad 10 cents perllne toregular, mdvertUore. Special Kotices, 25 per cent addltlonal to regular wtee. 4. Notlceofdoat...

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. — 2 December 1869

,—•» tt: W".J:-*J:I-.JR? ____ aaBa| ii a W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 2, 1869. W 1TTL.K OV STARTATION. Some traveling scallawag from the vicinity of Lowell,, Nuuohuaetta, writes to the Vox Populi of that city that "Minnesota is almost at the point of starvation." A the name time he admits that he had not been hear, mak- ing the statement from hero-say. I the poor devil had been able to continue his joarney aa far_as St. Cloud, he might have had what would probably have been new to him—bis fill of pala- tuMe food, tie eould have had better bread, from finer flour, tenderer steak, juicier venison, fatter poultry, mealier potatoes, richer corn-dodgers and lighter buckwheat cakes lor the couple of •hillings remaining in his pockets than he hid ever found at Lowell. With wheat at fifty cents per bushel, corn at sixty cents, po'atoes at fifty cents, beef eight to twelve cents per pound, veni- son be had for the killing, and all othor eatables in proportion, the poorest settle^ on the ext...

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. — 2 December 1869

I II .1 •,! I XOOAX* Wt woulrf rttp«{f*Uy rtqutst all business nun and others trichina *my bind Prilling, to c*?J s*to»risost*«B o/tf«» Jft/mal./^rtwVirf /row th$ Bast, 6»fbr. St. Paul or going tlstvktrs. Our Job OJS« it now on« of the beet in the Stat*, and w« A which w« viU guarantee to bo satisfactory, at Saint Pail Prices. 4 ••clal fgjff of the City. 49 Tfc* O of Tata 4eevr«avl Is DOCTBUB tfcat amy *Uk«r pay*' p«MUned tm Xnrtkera Mluuot* I*t Advertisers 9 AU kinds of Job Printing, la Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Stnd in your orders. Tna RIVB*.—Thoro is considerable Host ing ioe, but no evidence of tht river clos ing Tory »oon. DISTBICT SCHOOL.—The time for the opening of tbe publio sohool has not been definitely determined on. The BOW build ing has not beta entirely completed yet. ers take warning. NOTICE.—Persons desiring us to secure for them any of the Magazines at the re duced rales, will please send in their orders as soon as possible, as we are n...

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. — 2 December 1869

The objeete eongbttobe aoeompliih W»ia genera], ia plowing the toil, are nrioo*, Oie «i»tobiboB of wh»hs arc —to destroy weeds and insects with the immediate adrsntago of reducing the soil to a state ofdivision suicable for the parpose of a seed bed, in which seed is deposited and plauts grow moat laaaiij. ,.,,f If the pwtioles of a soil aro separated iwead of being c'o» and an Men permeable air, heal and rain, and also tbe roots of plaataaaa more readily penetrate amoog them and being in a state of division, the elements—air, heal and win—ael mora readily upon them, die eelvlng ont and prepariog plant nutri tion held in the soil, eeeneqnently pkata grew more vigorously and are •ere healtby than in a cluae, eompaet SoUe vary in their texture greatly, well asia their composition, some re quiring much labor and also the ame» liontiog influence ofirosts, &c.j such are prone to he wet at certain seasons, and need the good eflects ol underdrain ing—a partial substitute for which may ...

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. — 9 December 1869

1 tr *t» iTm-ff~m^-*!rm^r^- 8 ii&^lcJryflll/ Pabushed every Thursday Afternoon AT SLfiaOHIItt. CIS I OSEoe-Coraer 1W««»l»«Wm I W aua« cnaaol it *#"/:B. Ewrot AND. {a)sjuiTon. auiiavnijpprran two OOLWJIS, iuYABkk\xyxlrJiiitX Au Extra Copy will bo lent'fMN* to tha gMtV •1 of a ulab of Fiva Subscrlbara. A I E I O A 1 8 I *IBO IT 60 6 36 t'4» IS 00 14 00 J* Of 40 0C Sino. too 8 00 1100 1«M as 50 mo. »0W 1100 1800 12M 8000 3T40 A S.SENKLER M. iTMT soso uoo ssttsuu. 4000 8260 Ivauolhar parly. iaad»»nceor apOK'fetWoryol-thoAmdaTlt. 8. Local Nulica#,iaca»« *",2rL7 cout. porUaat©rea«lar,advartUars. Spacial k»vui.ui la all CM** to bo mad* afce UaVl»o UaaEUat,r arnllO 4. Notice ofdo»lhi.»lmplo*Bnouaoom»nfl 2Se«nts obiluaryuaUcat, ocaals par ltaa^aurria^a aotic t!*AUp3llHc*l.r*!lctou'of otlrar aotieas.S eonU *V. 3p^u*pl*co«ayltattb^column adtartisataemi to b* UMMTW atYfttMagMtd upoa. 1. Yaarly advertisersto pay quarterly. 8. Strangers must pay in advance, or give .ausrac leriref.reucea. 0 I...

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. — 9 December 1869

jit. 6bn6 gmxml W. MITCHBLL, EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 9. 1868. THK FMKSIDKWT'S 91RS9AQR. We furnWh our readers this week with President Grant's Message, in the form ot a supplement, thus not inter fering with our usual variety of matter. It is a plain, practical, sensible doou moot, and by no means lengthy, eon it'taring tho numbe* of subjects to be treated ot. As will be seen, the Presi dent does not favor tho immediate re sumption of specie payments. But we refer our readers to tho message it self. Tho general opinion is iavorable to ward tho message. The New Yoik Tribune regards it as "one of the wis est and most judicious ever transmitted to Congress.'' The Times also speaks approvingly and the Herald says it is the uwfstgc ot an "honest, clear-bead ed, practical man." But the World says it is tho '-weakest ever sent to Con gress.'* It is in the main satisfactory to the mercantile community of New York, though, ss might have been ox On the outside pages of this issue is published ...

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. — 9 December 1869

I liOOAI. J.. »mH wywywtff ree^est «v •aWnses t*,* erne1 etiefs u**ay eMBfiaade/ Jan fttattshj, sell eaf«arie««fee* ATw» Jfcl****. /tot /em ll« AW, SvfW. at**** A JWor. #eia# elsewfitre. OwJok yhr'it now an, e/ tee «Mf W ate *•»*, a*-" wiUaA mU §mmrmutet f* is MfiYstfery, at HalBt FM PHCS*. tflciairaptvtrtfe* cm. A«wa aj)» A a a W a a a lien, QetSHB er Norwegian, eseented at •Useeae*. BwadlByenrefdete. Qtraar T—Which Bays t** 60 eeato iV bath#1 of wheat, or 90 eeata for two aouade of boUor. Coxcaar The rogalar bt-meathly con cert of the Presbyterian Sabbath School will take place on neat Sabbath eveainr. There will bo tho waul exeroises. Vssisos.—Mr. W. A. Gates brought to town oa Monday over throe thousand pounds of veaisoa, mostly toddles. Tho sapplj is not so largo as last year. WBATBBB—Up until to-day the sleigh* lag in town aad vicinity has been indiffer eatly good—in tho country, poor. But a light rata last night pretty effectually used ap tho sleighing. The liver is almost 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. — 9 December 1869

mmmr Yttuioot ind Canada roads. AnooittS 4 with hita tra Hoo. R. D. Rice, oi Asgaita, Me.) President of the Ken- Mbto and Portland railroad Kd Thompson, of the Pennsylvania Cen tral Messrs. Welle, Fargo & Co. Mr.best deorge W. Can, of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Thomas II. Oanfield, of Burlington, Vt. Mr. Jay Cooke, of Philadelphia Mr. Stiuson, of Chicago, and other gentlemen iden- tified with the railroad interests of tho country. An arrangement was made N months ago with Mr. Cooke, whereby he wae appointed the financial agenl of the Company. But that gen- tleman, before fully accepting the posi- tion! wuhod to hare a roport from his •we agent* nod engineers in regard to the feasibility of tho line and the fea- tures of the oountry between Lake Su- perior aud Puget Sound, in order that he might act understanding^, and go before the capitalists of the oountry with such evidence as would convince them of the high character of the en- terprise for the carrying out of wh...

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. — 16 December 1869

3 litre I THE jewmrAL. fwoltsaed every Thursday Attcraeek AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. a W Avemue 4 Chan* 1 Olivet. XDITOX AXD iBOOMBTQIV Aa Bstra Oopy wm ^L|Wj3gto)*y •p of a elab of rite 1 KiTBI Or O W aw f«o.iSm- 100 ITS iSO SJS 7* 1M ITS 32S «7» TOO 00 3 4 1000 340 W SS» 9*» 00J »00 a as lioo »«*0 per MaafeM «hajwe» r»,«r4*d ee W l~. th«r«ii• •P*!'^*S2?.1™ .- to another party. f**"** a •dTKMoor npon«eUM 3. toe aadlOe Notices, 10 1 O Notice fftt. bituary notices, Scents per line snatrlegw "—"J or other oottces.S'cente' »0 c*uts «. AllpoUtical.rellglous Yearly advertisereto pay «iu:»rtoriy. Strangers ntosCpay«« orj references. O •atiefac- I N I N Of ell Wads, »itaw«fl"«?Ar£3*t££°*& •«.in lie baaUtvle.aiidat dt-^*rtl P"eU a« Kor doae Oereian and Norwegian. wen as g. and wt-rmted to give satisfaction. OSCAR TAYLOR, A O N E A A W •T. CLOCD, MINNESOTA. H. L. GORDON, A O N E A A W Ofict over Bank of St. Cloud, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 1 0 1 HAT9. A O N E S ST.CLOUD, 9f»» OBA9. D. KIKE HAYS &am...

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. — 16 December 1869

N^finrt I '-''f^flHNMP Thursday. *Deo. 46* 1869. aese-wsBBSBj* *fufu I-if? O A A S •ru aar.'ai! it's .a-j^.t.-. ,,- i', "-.i.-.'.~-. a Iranian :i»« Hio Manknto JfocnW ne4 meritl oibee.papere in the FirMDajtrle. hate kse e*o»portunitv. in. iwsdii^Ud oel of eeaann,!?••«•-"'aake «w» ,««««»-:«p«r Mm. M. 18. Wilton***, irtt KwmbU** Meaner il«ff feifed•. ik«t fai- en« eao* en* fteeeaaftr thin abnne, bejead a*te j*eoe»l feeling and epteV I tntta a ii of ihto tftnl |MJ,»»e^ree inane ii inO* tite Jenaiittk. credit I eata* re •jfrtirjmgas* »w geed teetev illH ,iulnallMKr*aAt«aaHlamaa at atera than #raiDMyability, The people of tHSVrto ktve an Internettebin rtpa**-wheat ti*, a»iter Kfit—utfrg, and a»«mba« of the Republican party ts ene olib»ir oneeen leaden. Did the ajUacks ot Uveae papers reaea no pleee beven, this Slate, the ease might be -different, but ciroalatieg, as thej do, In nihar Slates, we feel that--we hare a li^ht ta protest against a continnaneo of the course they have been panni...

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. — 16 December 1869

_*,™.-S. XJOOA-XJ M_49M(tia_»aa.*MM»»Ma a israrw-s IvniiMt men ewe* *_*«*# Job frlBtlBt, f* ea« •»*».««•** \ow ex tenth? stock of New Material, jjft from the East, before tending to St. «y ^OMV Our Joe Q^W BO* o/ fee in -Stale, ond no «Jflr* wAiff* we SPS. ,uar_« lo 6. a******* OfleHI Ptfw of Moaoiitllo Cotfttj. «7 Tko C_re_atta_ Th» 4o_*__ la DOVBLB that off amy a*Tee» ,_k4U_s_ In, We*_er_ »it__"Jt-. AiwHfcw _aaoBBl»or tnie. 0 All kiads of Job Priatiag, ia Sag li.k, German or Norwegian, exeeuted at this ofieo. Send ia your ordara. 0 CMISTXAS Taaaa..-__rtunsjs_enta _*e being made by each of the four Sabbath Schooli in this place to have Christmas Trte oa Christmas Bra. SKATma.—The ice on Lakt George has proved too tempting to be misted, and hundreds are improving the glare surface and the beautiful moonlight nights. TBIXD.—In the e&se of the State v$. Weidert and Klein, for assault and battery on Bearer, the defendants were fined $6 and costs. JAXVABT 6TH, 1870.—ill triU to tarn...

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. — 16 December 1869

Care envfcoaltry In the Winter Vorj fe^jpersons pay ncoessary et tentioo to'ponltry in winter, although at thiaTaeaean thiy require constant •are. retinja)Urj hoUie to A3 uC5 l*it0 warm)'SnoftM be imjjtruoted with oW bio 9 roofjiko an ice noaae, and atftiQwa a| Buch glass as possi ble, to'a^ilf light and sunshine. fioafdi about foul Jnchea wide are beb^r »r»atel for roosts thao«ro«nd poles, as^tal^owlsS^S on a +*D eofor fttir-feet with th*h feathers and prot^sjhe* fromlroM. Old hen* are nee worth feeding they shonkKfe fjot ridpjj, ajd^ang, vigorous ones snbkti tntM* ®h^ai more than three years old3e2!at*not ueaally wotth kefcp W pjajlMrMOod ahonld be gu«n (in a S S w^hout]rrery few eggs wfill be ^tatae* ^eeaj paltry hofse ^shetin Itf rarbiahed with hoxei for tho a S is arranged thea-Hutf cannot O tlMk. Food ear* ifa terahpul^be given^with reguJarUy, anWsugp^Df liaasf. gravel, crushed bonai and ehsrcoal should be aiesjs avsiiatle.~*Farmer't Home Jtmmkl. '.'••' rage 1» Wlater. Give th...

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. — 23 December 1869

IDITOR AND PROPUSTOR. svaaciup-rioN 3 11 1 WO POL LASS, PATABIC IX A 5 *l 1 1 a Xxtr* Copy Will be sent graft's to the getter I. of a club or Flva SabscrlbetaJ 30J fc IIVYESUP ADVKUTISIXCi N 1M il 475 too 900 1125 1850 200 350 450 025 •T. CLOUD, 3751 0 00 1000 S00 8 001 0 25 0 0 1800 7 40 13 50i 2250 H.v 0 1 0. I. HATS. A O N E S ST.CLOUD, ST. CLOUD, rHTMCIAN^URGKON* ACCOUCHEUR 0 0 34 00 ir$t4ool3-i*°r5^ 1400 3100 3000 4500 51 75 00 ,... WOO 4000|»«0«(.7jt0,f, iti regarded^aesEaw2s»K the cost of the «m.,«u lws thereliaspeoial agreement to charge the same in advanceor uponWhw» of tttoatMavtt. a "oca! Xoticea.le.eaats pes.Une^o Uansleni, a^l t0c*n«4perUa»»dr««»»aK.Mvett».Wiv *W**( Noti.-es, J5 par out'additional to regular rates. 4. Noticeofdoath. simpleAnnouncementJ Jacents obituary uotlces, Scouts per line marriage.notices '^'Aitp^l^sl^all^wss'or Mtl«*f «eat* 6^ Special placeand double column advertisements to bo insetted) it r»JW» agNjod »P0Uy ,K 7. Veartv)«»rortWer«t«»p«y«l*wl*1"1...

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. — 23 December 1869

JL-. ft I- Published ©Tory Thuraasj Afteruoon I AT ST. 0 BMTOA AMD PftOKUITOK. SUOSCSUFTIUK MTO JPOXX..***, PMTABLK Ilf ASVfJS**?*:. ./i?w«saaw«J!rj^.w* rggmggg a vrmt or a,DW«iiTis«re« 3 11 I 1 100 114 aw 1M ST» 4T» too S00 Has 4 !••6 SmowSjn 00 900 860 440 »T 600. 29 9*5 1000 •••*8& 1100 13 60 Boo JS40 4600 H*0 90*0140oo^ao p*r square for In* •r,V«i»«Irtl«W rt i*VT* iMnSwtelwwW agraeaienUooWga IK. MM Hortc*. 25 par cettt4«tto«»l to regular 4. S 8 a W S S obituaroylUOUCMf,d5eentL a Wn« nt«T«ag*aoilce 9 *. 3p4ialpl»c».»ud douMocolniun advertisements 8. Strnugirs mast pay In *d»ance, or gTTO satblac- doae iu Qerinau and Norwegian, as «ell|i«f y»Sr h.aad fTAt-ranted togWe satUfi»ctlM*. S ii OSCAR laffiwitr0"8 •T. OLODD. MINNE8t»TA- A 4 L^bGOW)01tY Ofict over Bank of St. Cloud, 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. CHARLES B. HOWELIi, A ATTOBN1P AND COUNSELOR AT LAWf ALEXANDRIA,, SfTVLoblr~ MllfN. Mxmmlalng Surgeon lor feasions, Bafnlar offlca hours 10 to 1 and 2 to 4. XI i4 srAft^M? ^»«EON SI CLO...

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. — 23 December 1869

Thursday, Deo. 23,1869. ^Kt the pieasaaaeet thing in the sjotid to on, and we meet heartily wiab •II the laadere of TaW JouftNAfc a "Marty Uariataias!" snioJ jnul»a fl 0 1 I letters form the seat of war al Jta* Rrj»e^Vn that Gov. ftloDoagall fh pejnni ergaoimeg bands or Indian* and letting them 1)000 upon the Bed Rive* •etthwhhrwojrot pottiag down the leJHiisa ThU Monaitoui atrooitv was incafttineotly crushed the peomt* nation of the inaftrgenta, who, by »otntegto moremsnt, surrounded wd captured the leaders in the Can* aslian scheme while they were in Dr. Sohnki's hoeae, Fitty armed men were the» made pt^uors ineluding *W .*&»> Pr.Shwltn, Btow« Hall* and Others. Six hundred Froneh Doit-brotda occupy Fort Garry, and 1 they have am* possession of the Hud-S eon Bay Company's post near Pembina. 1 AU ©or. MeDougaH's oommunieatiens mm« a off, end- the Whole country is united against Canada. Even Mc- DaugaU's Indians have deserted him. Xhe ineutgente have possession of the whole No...

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. — 23 December 1869

I iv JL. ntraximivM nan a 1 LOC-AXi IsnffiWS JF* WOMW riprel/iilf)i «$•«#«* «M AH«IIIM« men and o{A«'-* wuAtuy ***rf °f ob Printing, tf,,d «x««n«V«*foe* o/JVew Material, j**t rottiotd from the Rait, btfort tending to St. tout or going tlttwhtrt. Our Job Ofiet it now on* 9/ th$ but in tht State, and we do work which we will guarantor to bt tatitfaclcry, at Saint Pail Price*. •facial raper of tie City. Oflelal Paper af MoaoagaHa Coaaty Tii« ciMwteUMt ©r DOVBLK taut af amy ataer paper paUlemctltaHartme*m M«»»eee»a. AeVrertlaera nemoaebeir tadto «9* All kinds of Job Printing, 1B Bag* lish, German or Norweglaa, executed at this offioe. Send in your orders. Oaoi«n.—Ths furniture for two of the rooms in the Union Schoolbuilding, has been ordered, and will soon be here. BBTTsm.—Later news from Mrs. Swiss helm reports thai she la better. If able, she will soon return to St. Cloud. DEPUTY Suaairr. -Mr. S. Robertson was appointed Deputy Sheriff at the opening of the Court. Sb. performs the dut...

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. — 23 December 1869

1 joaulii mmmmmtm oo their little farm. But their •MOOT thiiftS) tho joaug uiau'a were* and then was tvery sign that iu a tow jcars bewhisU be one of the foremost potters N a He married well, had two eKiklren bat a week after the birth of the last—a dan-liter—all these hopes were) Matted. Young Egerton ©aught a ferer from ono uf his work men^ his wife also took it, and sin ten d*)S both iccre dead and in their graves. IIU parents wre orerwholm. od with trouble. li business, tnri* ing a* it waa, sold for little, and what finished ware was lift, though it fetch ed good prices, brought scarcely in euougti topaj the outstanding claims. "Qge »crfioe," said the steward, ^Bold for more than three hundred To add to their troubles their business had declined, chiefly through the cir cumstance that the hawkers could buy cheaper from manufacturers oo a larger scale. In onseqnence, tho poor old woman had, in these latter years, to golove, about the country with pots for sale, though now far a y...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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