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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 3 March 1870

••Jjapng.e. ffij ,: U_.L.JA i...... IL [OFMCIA1..J UNITED STATES MAILS. MUHIVKSOXA. PIMT OFFICE PIFAKTMBST, WAWIMOTO!*, October 80,1869. PROPOSAL*SOwi'*»»«Departmentatuntil W r«e«««f C©f tVact (Me 9 p. of March 30,1870, /or conveying tAe JMriU *A« 1/IMV«I &«<«« /Vow /illy 1, 1870, U*J**e 30, 1874, in Ma A a Minnesota on the routes, and by the uktdult of departures and arrivals herein specified. Itjr April 90,1870. Jntfrf r*~"*f I u*,**r the farms and in- ltitl IkomI*Orawe (Wis.,) by Uokau (Mian.,) Jactato, Mutates, KaobfurU, aul Whalan, to lAMakoraaajB, (1)4 mute and back, by railroad, nix Una* a waak, or a* arach oftuuer as train* may ran, If raanlraa, an* by a schedule satisfactory to the PayailanBt. AeatU to Albert Lea, 'Ufa miles and kacaVbyraUruad, aU time* a wank, or a* much ftftftjaJF aa iralaa aay ran, ifrequireJ, and by a sched-per, ule aatiaawtory to taa Department. US0S Float Wiaoaa, by MIUWMOU City, Stockton, SUw Bottea, Utfca, Salat Charted, Dover Centre, JftyoU,...

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 March 1870

FSLE JOURNAL. Pa is every Thursday Atternooi AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. W a A a a a el S W IB. I E EDITOR AND PROPRIBTOR. S S I I O N I WO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE An axtr* Copy will be sent«rrafi» to the getter of a club of Five Subscriber*. I E S O A E I S I N 1 wi 8 w,*u»o. lOOl lftal 200! 3 7ft 17ft| tli\ 850 250] 3151 430 315 475 615.7,50 7 7 0 0 1200 3 mo. 0 00 800 8 mo. 1000 1400 1800 2250 3000 3*50 4600 cool ooomoo uoo T»|I1MU400U»00 11J01185012000|4000 1 1 0 a HATS. O A S iyo 15 0, 220* 30 S« 9ft 0° 4000 6250 7600 ft 00 6 it UOO 12 50 1650 2250 3000 6000 7S00 M50O a a 8 for the $ W S *dvertfse»«»tawe i. Attoraey«»rderlngin i«w» pjatJU •egarded as to he ••Jae. •Ms thereU»»P««i.l be mad •S.ootb.r party. *»»"•£Vf theamdattt »»dY»oc.or I 0 to transient, 3. Local W»tlcei,16«-••»••»VdvertUefi. Special and lOceutspemneto-eguiari a *":**""»_ jrVucii. 35 per cent aaatttou*Uo r*x*UrIJiaiaentl ,bituaryuoticei 5c«nt»perlltte m»w»geao«ce 0 6?AUpoUUcal,r.nglou.orothernoMc..^cent 'V. S to a 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. — 10 March 1870

*v§& ®hi "flL toad §0«ymtl ~w7~B MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, March 10, 1870. VETOED Gov. Austin has vetoed a number of bills, hastily, recklessly and foolish*) passed by the last Legislature. Among these is the bill appropriating $305 to pay the contested-seat ease of Brainard and Faber. This will have the good effect of making defeated candidates less anxious to contest. Also, the bill to locate a State Prison at Shakopee. This bill was introduced, if wo remember aright, by Mr. McDon ald, a member whose ideas of economy would not permit him to vote money to the St. Cloud Normal School, but made him tho father of this State Prison project, whicK'wJuld require an annual expenditure or from $50,000 to §100,000 for some years to corao. Probably ho wanted to furnish some '-dressed granite." v^ Tho female suffrage bill also iaet an untimely fate. It was unconstitutional in its provisions, a* it made voters of those whom the constitution did not recognize as entitled to the suffrage a...

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 March 1870

V) tmtmiim O O A iETHJWS We uoi/W respectfully requttt all businessmen and others wishing any kind of Job Printing* to call and examine our fMtensivestock of New Material, just received from the East, before sending to St. Paulor 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 Fail Prices. Official Paper of the City. Official Paper of Monongalia County 4 9 Tike a on a la O I at a a is I N in a A is FOB SAM.—A Willooz & Gibbs tewing machine, entirely new. Will bo sold on Terr favorable terms. Inquire at this of* fice. MAIL PROPOSAIS.—Blank propsalg fo carrying the mails for sale at this office. Orders promptly filled. Mitts.—C. Bridgman intend running both his saw mills this year. He will saw four million feet of logs for N. P. Clarke. Tan LAWS.—We will supply our readers with the general laws, passed by the last Legislature, in the form ef a supplement, as soon as they are prepared by the Sec...

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 March 1870

M. Fontaine, hastening to toll the "neanwaiae that it m»y bemad auie Totro BoWe-mere Ktarnin^' "It is certain to be her," cried Ernes tine "she told va not to expect her and it is so late too." "It is no nsa going to meet her she will be here directly," said Jean, walk ing to the door in hia deliberate way. Almost directly there was a sound of voice, of exclamations—the cook, the valet-dc-chambro, Sidonie, Madame Jean's mind, appeared to announce the safe arrival ot the travelers. A couple of dogs came in barking—even the children's bonne came rushing down from up stairs .the game of dominoes was interrupted Jean embraced hip mother very affectionately as she en tered the room Fontaine hoverod about, deeply interested in the meeting, and hastened to relieve Madame de Tracy Of her parasol parasols were wild ly handed about like buckets at a con flagration then came more embraces, explanations, and exclamations. "Yon •ever came to meet me. I forgot to post my letter. Casimir brought u...

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 March 1870

mmrr wmmmmm THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. A W a a*sd a el S w\ SUITOR AND PBOPMKTOR. S S I I O N WO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADYANCS. An O to club of Five Subscribers. 1 S OS* A O I 8 1 1 4 1001 150 W 175| 47J »50 2501 315 430 325 475 015 mo. 3 75 5 00 6 23 7 50 1200 3 mo. 000 800 1100 1250 1650 2350 300. Onto 1000 1400 1800 3X50 3000 M50 4500 7600 thweiseapecial agreem Notices 25 0 0 230. 35 00 4000 S3 50 T500 18500 •'-'•S»SIJSS saaafealss.- 0 g«m«» el ft cent* J. Attorney.»raer'ng a *ard.la. a W the same a wanother party. ™?MiVoIttienmdnvU »iv»uceor W made 0 3. Local i"™» to transient, 5 Special 0 S 2fr:ente 4. Noticeof Joath.almple*nnonnwi» .?"A UpoUttc.l.r.Ugio«.orother uotlces* cents ^^y ^vp^.«ddoabi.coi« it be inserted »t ratet agreed pon.e 7 Yearly ^™rtlser*topeyrw»« 4. Strang«ratntt»tpayluaaTance,or references O I N I •If a a a W to 4 0 5 oe. 1 best Htyle.and at St.Pani P""" Ion. in Gorman and Norwegian, as well a h.andwa'rantedtogWesatUlactl...

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 March 1870

Sh* 9t. Qlwi $mxm\ W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, March 17, 1870. SPKCIBS A a S Tho rapid, and generally unexpected, fall in gold has caused a wide-spread demand that the government shall promptly resume specio payments. A number of journals assert that the Secretary of the Treasury should have done this when gold touched 112, tfi everything was ripe for resumption. Of this, however, there is room for strong doubt. On Monday Senator Sumner intro duced a bill looking to a gold and silver currency by the 1st of January next. It is reported in briei by telegraph as being a bill to "strengthen the legal re serves of National Banks, and provide for the resumption of specie payments. It requires every national bank to rein force its legal reserve by the substitu tion of coin Gt the rate of 1 per cent, por month upon the whole amount of its liabilities for the redemption ot which reserves are required, and pro vides such substitution to continue until the whole amount of their legal reserv...

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 March 1870

rocAx, NEWS We would respectfully request all busineeemen and others wishing any kind of Printing, to call and examine our citensivestock of New MaUriol, just received from the East, before tending to St. Paulor 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. Official Paper of the City. Official Paper of Monongalia County *£SSSgB£BESSBBBB*Bt**uB****!^^BSBSBB? .0*7- he CUrcMlattom of Th Joeur»»I la DOUBLE tit at of a other paper a a Northern Minnesota, Advertiser* remember thle. FOB SALS.—A Willcox & Gibbs sewing machine, entirely new. Will be sold on •err favorable terms. Inquire at this of See. MAIL PROPOSALS.—Blank proposals for carrying the mails for sale at this office. Orders promptly filled. HOMESTEAD CIECTTLABS We have print ed, in the form of a •ircular, the substance of the homestead and pre-emption acts, with the ratings made thereon, np to this date. Orders for large o...

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 March 1870

RJCAKINO tALVES. The method of rearing calves depends much OD the future use to be made of then). On this subjoct, breeders and writers-hold different opinions, and each may be correct, according to oircum stanoes. The best time for calves to bo drop ped, which are intended for rearing, is in the Spring of the year. Nature has taught us that, and all experience is in its favor. The call should, at its first meal, and as soon after its birth as inclined, suck its dam. This is indispensable to its health, in enabling It to discharge the foetal nutriment remaining in its stom ach and bowels, and give.it strength for future action. Even when it is intend ed to bring it np by hand, in feeding from the pail, three or four meals from the udder are all the better, and it will as readily take the finger for feeding then, as immediately alter its first meal. When the calf is of no value, and milk only is the object, two orcontend three days are enough for it to live, un til the »ailk bo thoro...

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 March 1870

*H I -THE JOURNAL. ibllshed every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. 0) of WaaalnB»o a A a a ad Chupol Street. W I O I EDITOR AND PR0PK1KT0B. I 3rBscniP*i*»» WO DOLLARS. PAYABLE IN \1TASC* *n Sxtra Copy w»l sentgratis to the sett. *«*. _.",T„fVFiT» Subscriber*. club Fiv Subscriber 11 VT E S O I A I S I S lino. 375 6 00 0 25 1 50 1200 1400 i\r«» 3 mo. 600 8 00 1100 13 50 1650 2250 3000 5000 6010. 1000 1400 1800 2230 3000 3*50 4500 7800 1 S li» ISO 1TM ^TS 250 3i5 7SV7 00 3 200 350 4 50 *. »i col UWIWWIZOOOUQOO 1. t..B.'*-^rVrTiUVX" and S A A 0 S20* 30©0 3300 4000 3230 7300 WOO 9 25 90011100 3. A«»«•»•^*£Sfi(or tha costof ths same.un ,*.. therelsa special^JSt |«»llcM«»ob« made u» another party. ^»?**Volthe»md*Tlt .a..dvanceor »p° *«"™3°"„°ina WSBSlSS*, 3. Local Xotlcas Notices, 25 per c«utd«Utlon»lto 25oents 4. Notice«.fio»th.3lmple'n»°tt^»triaJK geaoticas .lituaryuotlc«s,5cents per line, m»«» j9 otnti. .. n,«rnotlcei,5 cents i. All political .religion* or other no™ per line. wi«....

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. — 24 March 1870

$h* £i. 6%m gmxnti W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, March 24, 1870. A. W O A S COIiVMW. We have pledged the use of one col umn of E JOURNAL per week fort "Woman's Column." It will be under the charge ojE a lady living in another portion of this State, who is known as a leader ia the suffrage movement. Tho articles intended for publication will bo written or selected and forward ed by, her. The first, entitled "The Aimless Education of Girls," appears on the first page, and certainly no one will quarrel with the idea it sets forth for education without a purpose, in cither sez, is only a less evil than no education at all. In this issue is also given the first of a series of articles on Woman Suf frage from the pen of Mrs. Jane G. Swisshelm. Like all her writings, it is sharp, direct and radical. While, as is well known to all its readers, E JOURNAL is not in favor of Female Suffrage, yet fair space will be allowed to those who are its advocates. Wc do not doem discussion to the con trary, a...

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 March 1870

XJOOJ^JL. if ZETEWS We would respectfully rtqvttt all business men and othere wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our CMUntivestock of New Material, justreteived from the East, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in the State, and we do work which wt will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Official Paper of the City. Official Paper of Monongalia County "jfSf T»M Circulation of Tike Journa la O E at or a other paper published I Northern Minnesota Advertisers remember this. Fon SAM.—A Willcox & Gibbs sewing machine, entirely new. Will be sold oa very favorable teVms. Inquire at this of fice. MAIL PBOPOSALS.—Blank proposals for carrying the mails for sale at this office. Orders promptly filled. HOMESTEAD CIRCULARS.—We have print* ed, in the form of a "Ircular, the substance of the homestead and pre-emption acts, with the rulings made thereon, np to this date. Orders for large or small quantities prom...

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 March 1870

•id so hfe is poisoned at the very foun tains- While women are trained to expect food, shelter and clothing from men, independent of their own exer tions, life will be based on mean unfair artifices, on chicanery and debasement. Never was tliero a truer utterance than that of Alexander Hamilton, "Give a man aright over my subsistence, and he has & right over my whole moral bc- If we would redeem our social life from lirach that belittles and degrades it, we must change the absurd public sentiment that sanctions the idleness of woman, and causes them to lose caste if they earn their own livelihood. Wo should make it as disreputable for a woman to be lazy and loafing, as it is for a man, and girls should be taught to scorn to live on the bounty of others. They should be educated i'ur all the avocations of life for which they have taste.", us boys are, and should bo en couraged and allowed to enter, unhin dered, all the industrial, commercial, professional or mccautilc occupations ...

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 March 1870

3PHB JOURNAL, ibllsaed evory Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. 9 ttccCMBtrof W a a to a .Yveau* a ad Caauc Street. vV\ BMTOR AND PBWRIBTOB. scBscaifno.* W Bl.CLO Xto iU be sent *rU»« to the getter rua Subscribers. ST.^LOUD. 3T. CLOUD, 3 w.|mo. S 15 02 aad lOcVnts per'.ln*to -eguUr.***«tt«"»: BpeelM S S S centAUtloi»*l to regujai rate*. »»ltuary notices ,&e*nts per line mnrrle«eao* 'Y. AU oUtlc»l^.llilou.ototb.r notices* cent. to be iu.ert*4at 9 W S S B. Strangertmastpay In advance, or gi* torj references PRINTING xecutedonehortno Bni" O S A A O A O N E A A W MlNNESQTi* L. GORDON, A O N E A A W Ojfieo over Bank of St. Cloud, A O N E S ST.CLOUD, ,,c. .. MINNESOTA HAYS & KERR, A A W MINN. w.,coi*iviifs.. ATT~© Afci-Y AT LAW MINNESOTA. Sf. CLOUD, 1 W A O. A I N A O N E A A W ST. W .«.•. MIjfM«80TA. J. S. A N O .VTTOBSEFAND COUNSELORAT LAW, ALEXANDRIA, MINN. A fl. S S N E D., C. P.lY8ICIAN,SUROEONfcACCOUCHEUB 11.CL0U9K 3tp*N-\ (Micela Aldou's Brickbulldiug, WashingtoniW«» re...

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 March 1870

m. «ri*« W. I E EDITOR. •'•v Thursday, March 30, 1870. THEBONDSAND l.ASB*. In another column is published a nambor of oxtraots from Minnesota newspapers, expressive of the opinion in their localities concerning the scheme peered by the Legislature for tuning orer the Fire Hundred Thousand Acres of Internal Improvement Lends to the holders of the old Railroad Bonds. Very many reasons are given why the bill should not be passed—the indecent haste in pressing it to a vote the un favorable time for farmers at which the election is to be held the recogni tion of the bonds at their par value, with aoorued interest the failure to call for all the bonds the exemption of the lands from taxation and still others equally strong. Most people are disposed to admit that these bonds are worth certain per cent, of their face, snd that when due measures should be taken to pay what is their just value. A large ma jority of the voters of Minnesota hold this opinion, snd at various times have given exp...

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 March 1870

XJOOJSLX I) IsJisJWS IT* would respectfully reqvist aU businessman «nfofAer« wishing any kind of JOb Printing, *«M anil examine our etlensivestock of New Material, Juttreceived from tht -Eatt, before tending to St. Paulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the bttt in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint FMI Prices. eilelftl Paper ef the City. ©•clal Paper ef Moaeagalla Oaaty MSf to erf TftM Jomxnml I DOUBLE S tarns mt mmy atMor *»9»* is a N a a a a a A a is FOB SAIL—A WiUeox Oibbs sewing machine, entirely new. Will be sold om very favorable terms. Inquire at this of fice. MAIL PEOPOSAIS.—Blank proposals for carrying the mails for sale at this office. Orders promptly filled. SOLD.—Mrs. Alien has sold her book and stationery store to Mr. Edward T. Tobey, who will take possession on Mon day next. Tin STAGES.—The roads in the country are very bad. Yesterday's Crow Wing stage did not get in until this morning, and the Sauk Centre stage...

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 March 1870

WOMAN'S COMMS It I O W I W O A from the Woman'* Journal. .:, •'•Tutre go thirty thousand men," shouted the Portuguese, Wellington, with a lew staff officery, rode along the mountain aide. The action of the leaders' mind, in any direction, has a talue out of all proportion to their num ber*. In a campaign, there is a couu oil of officers—Grant and Sherman and Sheridan, perhaps. They are hut a trifling minority, yet what they plan the whole army will do and suou is the faith in a real leader, that, were all the restraints of discipline for the mo ment relaxed, the rank and file would still lollow his judgment. What a few general officers see to be the boat, to day, the Bsrgeantsand corporals and pri vate soldiers will usually sec to be the beet to-morrow. In peace, also, there is a silent lea dership only that, in peace, as there is more time to spare, the leaders are ex* peotod to persuade the rank aud file, instead of commanding them. Yet it comes to the same ihing iu the cud. The m...

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 April 1870

*m aSSar '.*ix:-.*zZi^-M- Mtxm ffflE JOJTRNA nnllshed every Thnrsday Afternno* a Chupt) Street• BM^tf ASO ilOPMMte. wo AVTES OK 1 PHTS1CIA N W S £fi ... '-. I MO. :auuoth«r i*rty. ™J.""~" ftheUaffidavit OSCAR TAYLOR, A O N E A A W ,ST«LQUD. JT. CLOUD, 0 0 HATS. MINNESOTA. HwL. GORDON, A O N E A LAW Ofict over Bank of St. Cloud, A O N E S ST.CLOUD, AND S RO EON, r\ JC AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. ii THA W £VA£ of W a a goto. tOOO 1400 •^8 00 800 1100 12 50 1*W 32 JO 3000 jino. 375 600 635 7 50 12 go 14 00 2*00 wm 320* aaso 3000 31 §0 4500 350* Iff! 124Q0 i. Attornay»^«m« ^le cost of the i.m.,un- 1 taereisaspeei»l»B A be »»de ,noaor Vlnftto transient L0c* ^(1|franelle*""^gf^itflUUAiM-.Special, 3. Loca »ad 10 seat per rynotices orother notices^ cants per line. j„„i,i«.oluma ulvertUenients •i. 8p ci»lpl»ce»nd double-oiu™ ••.rSawuBBs^EsWi Strengersu Str»ageraniuitpay in »d»»nce,uv to8. reference! JOB"TBINTIN6 in tie beet rtvle.andet St. Paul prw done in German and Norwegian, aa irt.and warranted ...

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 April 1870

-1 gt. '$m§*mu& W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, April 7. 1870 YsfJB BOHD BULL.. DMATH O CUBA. THOMAS. The sadden death Gen. Thorx ss, whieh occurred oa the 29th alt., as before announced, hss caused onlver sal lamentation over the United States, sad in every oity Meetings baro been held to express the great sorrow now Gen. Thoeass was Virginian, born in July, 1816. He graduated at West Point in 1840, and entering the Artil lery branch of the service, remained in our army continuously until his death. When the rebellion broke out he was aaade Brigadier General. His first gtsat victory was at Mill Springe 19,1862, and from that time until his spleudiditriumnh at Nashville, in Do-they i—tier 1864, his earner was one of great dhtinsrioa. Alter the war closed fe Muuaaaded in Tennessee, and didwomanly? sauch to promote peaee and quietness la that unsettled State. Soon after Great was inaugurated, ho was placed in oommnnd of the Pacific coast, whieh position hs retained at the time of his dea...

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 April 1870

~i I O A I A is J^JbUWS We would respectfully request aU minus men and other» within? any kirn of #Ofc Frlntllg, call mnd examine our •Mtensivcstoek of New Matt-rial, just received from the East, before eending to St. Paulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office ie now one the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at gala. Pail Prices. facial Paper ef the City. facial Paper of Moaongalla Cointj W a a me jr a O E a a pmbllamee N O a PlOWixo.—-J. C, McDonald, Esq., ©. Nov Munich, informs us that several the farmers in his vicinity commenced plowing on last Saturday, and on Monday were sowing wheat. Goifi EAST.—Wm. B. Mitchell, Esq., ed itor of JOVBBAL started East on Tues-1 day morning. He will bo absent about I five weeks, and if the cold victuals along I his route hold out, will have a regular hoi iday. FOB Pom ToiT«x.—Messrs. Dale & Stead, contractors at Fort Totten, D. T„ passed through here on Monday with thir ty-eight men, all mechanics, to r...

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