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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner of Wnahiiigto Avenu •ni Cha~ .1 Streeti W I O E EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION I TWO TABLE IN ADXANOM. ftATX* O AOTMMMSIHOi lw I 2mo. •BO. 100 IW 176| «75 290 335 475 S0O 750 1100 200 310 460 •26 925 8*. 375 600 25 750 •00 1000 1600 8000 8600 40 00 5250 76 00 12600 800i14j5 *8•• 1100 1260 I860 2250 3000 5000 S9I 335 475 700 900 U00 1400 2000 1200 1400 2600 4000 3000 3750 4600 7500 1126 1050 1 Lt»l »ndQoTormn«ntadvertisements,75 cent* Mr lauareforthefirstinsertion, and 37^ tenU par squareforeash subsequent inaertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements an retarded as accountableforthe coat of.the sane, un less there is a special agreement to chftge the same another party. Paymentin all eatea to be made in advance orupon delivery of the affidavit. 8. Local Notices, 15cent* per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Noticeof death {simple announcement] 25 cental...

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. — 8 December 1870

mt £t. mown §0mmt W. I E E I O Thursday» Deo. 8, 1870 E PRKSIDKNT'S MESSAGE Congress met on Monday at noon. The President sent in his message the same day. We give it in full in a sup- plement with this issue. It is a com mon-sense, practical dooumont, and will repay careful reading. THK NORMAL, APPORTION* E S Saveral of onr State exchanges are I exercising themselves about the appor- tionment ol swamp lands to the Normal Schools, and make it tho occasion for a further tirade against these institutions, which, being education il, theso jour- nals seem to be unable to appreciate. Tha S Paul Dispatch thinks this land, (only a portion which has been reeeiv ed,) "ought to bo sufficient bounty from the State for a high school at St Cloud," and adds that '-the State also pays tho remaining expenses of this high school at St. Cloud," The Dis- patch appears to be determined to maintain the reputation it so persistent- ly won list winter of being a blatant ignoramus, and has every prospect o...

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. — 8 December 1870

Thursday, E PtIBJSIDKWT'S MK8SAOB Congress mat on Monday at noon. The President sent in his message the same day. We give it in full in a sup plement with this issue. It is a com mon-sense, practical doonment, and will repaj eatefnl reading. ijr a THK ROKBLAI* BCOOX, APPORTION- 8oYeral of our State exchanges are exercising themselves about the appor tionment ol swamp, lands to the Normal Schools, and make it tho occasion for a farther tirade against thes* institutions, which, being education il, these jour nals seem to be unable to appreciate. The St. Paul Dispatch thinks this land, 3 (only a portion which has been receiv ed,) "ought to be sufficient bounty from the State for a high school at St. Cloud," and adds that "the State also pays the remaining expenses of this high school at St. Cloud.'' The Dis patch appears to be determined to maintain the reputation it so persistent If wott list winter cf being a blatant ignoramus, and has e?ery prospect of continued sneeess. It well kno...

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. — 8 December 1870

Jft ©toad muml, ST. CLOUD, DECEMBER 8,1870 WUMErnGf OP PRESIDENT GRANT, OfiUVERED DECE3IBBII 5, 1870. To the Senate and House of Representatives: A year ot peace and general prosperity to this nation has passed since the last as sembling of Congress. We have, through a kind Providence, been blessed with abundant crops, and have been spared from complications and war with foreign nations. In our midst comparative har mony has been restored. It is to bo re gretted, however, that a free exercise of the elective franchise has by violence and intimidation been denied to citizens in ex ceptional cases, in several of the States lately in rebellion, and the verdict of the people has thereby been reversed. RECONSTRUCTION. The States of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas have been restored to representation in our national councils Georgia, the only State now without representation, may confidently be expected to take her place there also at the beginning of the now year, and then, let us hope, ...

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. — 8 December 1870

i. iftma f0uvttaV ST. CLOUD, DECEMBER 8,1870 is- OF, PRESIDENT GRANT, DELIVERED DECKIttBBIl 5, 1870. To the Senate and BOOM of Representatives: A year ot peace and general prosperity to this nation baa passed since the last as sembling of Congress. We have, through a kind Proyidonce, been blessed with abundant crops, and bare been spared from complications and war with foreign nations. In our midst comparative har mony has been restored. It is to be re gretted, however, that a free exercise of the elective franchise has by violence and intimidation been denied to citizens in ex ceptional cases, in several of the States lately in rebellion, and the verdict of the people has thereby been reversed. RECONSTRUCTION. .The States of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas have been restored to representation in our national councils Georgia, the only State now without representation, may confidently be expected to take her place there also at the beginning of the now year, and then, let us hopo, w...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

this claim is founded upon provisional and colonial statutes, and not upon the conven tion, this Government cannot but regard them as unfriendly and in contravention of the spirit, if not the letter, of the treaty for the faithful execution of which the Im perial Government is alone responsible. Anticipating that an attempt may possi bly be made by the Canadian authorities, in the coming season, to repeat their uu neighborly acts toward our fishermen, I recommend yon to confer upon the Execu tive power to suspend by proclamation the operation of the laws authorizing the transfer of goods, wares and merchandise in bond, across the territory of the United Statesj to Canada and further, should such an extreme measure become necessa ry, to suspend the operation of any laws whereby the vessels of the Dominion of Canada are permitted to enter the waters of the United Slates. THE ST. LAWRENCE—MORE UNFRIENDLINESS. A like unfriendly disposition has been manifested on the part of Canada in th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

1 this claim is founded upon provisional and colonial statutes, and not upon the convan lion, this Government cannot but regard them aa unfriendly and ia contravention of the spirit, if not the letter, of the treaty for the faithful execution of which the Im perial Government ia alone responsible. Anticipating that an attempt may possi bly be made by the Canadian authorities, in the coming season, to repeat their un neighborly acta'toward ourfishermen,I recommend yon to confer open the Execu tive power tosuspend by proclamation the operation of the laws authorizing the transfer of goods, wares and merchandise in bond, across the territory of the United Statesj to Canada and further, should such an extreme measure become necessa ry, to suspend the operation of any laws whereby .the Teasels of the Dominion of Canada aire permitted to enter the waters of the United States. THE ST. LAWRENCE—HOBS UNFBIENDLINESS. A like unfriendly disposition baa been manifested on the part of Canada in t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

A -LOO-AX. nSTEWS IPs would respectfully request all business men and ofAer* fetsAin^ any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our extensile cock of AVw Material, just received rom t\e East, be/ore tending to St. Pavlot going *lscwhcre. Our Job Office it now one of the beet the State, and we do work which ve will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Oflclal Paper of the City. •olal Paper of Monongalia Connty sm W Clrvwlatte* of Tlae Jovrnwl OOVBL I at of am pap*** a IfortHer» Minnesota*. Adv-ertlscas is »S_Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Bow, New York, and E. M. Pettengill& Co., 37 Park Row, New Yerk, arc the eole agents lor THE JOUHMAL, in that city, and are au thorised to contract for inserting advertisc m»-its for us at our lowest cash rates. A "'ertisers in that city are requested to 1* their favors with either of the above a uses. FOB SALS.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold an favorable terms. Inquire at this o...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

fc IRON WORKS a Iron anil Brass Foiimkrs —AHD—• MACHINISTS. Stationary and Portable Engines, GAN !AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MILL FURNISHING, SHAFTING AN AJTJ DAYTON AMERICAN TORBINE WATERWHEEL, 1SEXD FOR PRICES.) LE E & A E N E Jl. LOCKWOOD, Sup't. ST. CLOUD Wagon Factory. Farm ana freight Wagons. I^lg-htJ S in "V\7"naron» ~.n,n«l BvLgglcm. Scott, Henn & Swenson, Having bought the St.' Cloud Wagon Factory, Are prepared to make to order'and wil keep on hand a good assortment of Wagons, Buggies, &c. The attention of Farmers and Freighters Wanting Wagons this spring is called to our stock. None but tbe~ a a Is used in our work. Ecpeeialattention paid to a SCOTT, HEGG & SWENS3N, Bt. Cloud, Minnesota WARNER'S VINUM VITffi OR, WINE OF LIFE. This Wino is prepared to take the- place of Whis kies anil other spirits known to be made np of Fusil Oil and other deleterious articles. The Wine of Life is distilled with gre.it care, especially for those who rsquiro hoaH iv itimnlant, ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 December 1870

IRONWORKS Minneapolis. Iron ami Brass Founders —AID— .• .-. I MACHINISTS^. Stationary and Portable Eiigiiies, Boilers, GANG AND jCIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MILL ^FURNISHING, SHAFTING AND \€rEARING. DAYTON AMEBICAN TORBINE WATERWHEEL 18END FOR PRICES.) LEE & HARDENBERGH M. Locxwoon, 8np't. 8T. CLOUD Wagon Factory. Farm ana freight Wagons. jL.l«?litl Spring- 'W'aflronn and JSnsrorlen. Scott, Henn & Sweason, Having bought tho St.r Cloud Wagon Factory, Art prepared to make to order'nnd wil ktop on hand a good assortment of Wagons, Baggies, &e. The attention of Farmers and Freighters Wanting Wagons this spring is called to oar stock. None but tb«" "Very a a Is ased in oar work. Espeeialattention paid to a 8COTT, HEGG & SWENS3N, Bt. Oload, Minnesota WARNER'S VINUM VITJE on, WINE O LIFE, This Wine In prepared to take the plae* of Whis kies and other spirit* known to be made op of Fusil Oil and other deleterious articles. The Wine of Life if distilled with great care, especially fo...

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. — 15 December 1870

ii I an I T|IE JOURNAL. Published oYcry Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. kM I fj&2$k ft* •mee—Corne W a a A ad Chapel Street. I O E BDIT0B AND raOPMETOB. S S I I O N I 1-ffO BtlLAXS, PAT ABLE UT 4DTANCS. «x«ra Copy «l b* stat fratt* to tha §atta» a a S a a a if a gaaart. aw iio 276 ,Sw Sao. 100 175 250 3S5 476 600 760 1100 S CtOUD, 7 .-»:-. 6 mo. I 200 850 450 625 026 •376 600 625 750 1200 1400 2500 4000 600 800 1000 1400 lSOQ 2260 3000 3780 4500 7500 325 476 700 900 1400 22 60 3000 3500 40 00 6260 76 00 125 00 1100 1250 1100 1400 2000 ieao 2250 3000 6000 1125 1650 andOovernment advsrtlsemsaUja cants for the first insertion, and 87}$ cants par Maaretoreaoh subsoquent Insertion. Attorneys ordering In legal adTtrtiaements are .•cmrdad as accountablatorthe Mat or the aaata, ws laaa there is a special agreement to charge the tame another 9 & a & S & m4'1* »dTancoorupo»deUT«ryof theaflMavR. ,., S. Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 centa per lino ...

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. — 15 December 1870

i. Or I •-3-i its- smamt Thursday, Dec. 15, 1870 E 1NTKRNAJL lMPUOVKMJEiST LAKOS. Thero seems to be no doubt but that the Five Hundred Thousand Aores of Internal Improvement Lands, which the bondholders so foolishly refused to accept when tendered them, will be devoted to their legitimate purpose— viz., internal improvements—by the Legislature this winter. If properly disposed of, a vast amount of good oao be done in the way of devel oping the State. Now lines of rail road can be built, and the growing wants of the country b8 more adequate ly meet. There are prosperous sections which demand au outlet to the great markets, for their surplus products as for instance the entire Sauk Valley country. Thero are othor sections which require what is superabundant less than than a hundred miles away as the Minnesota valley, which looks to St. Cloud to send it cheap lumber. Tho growth of the State may bo advanced at least ten years by the proper disposal of these lands. One point is insisted ...

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. — 15 December 1870

,••-•• •Of* ft 484 Bsi.fc «r# I'eS iil.'i Set W® 1 Thursday, Dec. 15, 1870 1KTBRNAL 1DIPKOVKMKST I*AX|B. There seems to be no doubt bat that the Five Hundred Thousand Aores of Internal Improvement Lands, which the bondholders so foolishly refused to socept when tendered them, will be devoted to their legitimate purpose— T!I., internal improvements—by the Legislature this winter. If properly disposed of, a vast amount of good ean be done in the way of devel oping the State. New lines of rail- road can be built, nod the growing wants of the country be more adequate- ly meet. There, are prosperous sections which demand an outlet to the great market*, for their surplus products is for instance tho entire Sauk Valley country. There are other sections which require what is superabundant less than than a hundred miles away as tho Minnesota valley, which looks to Sc. Cloud to send it cheap lumber, The growth of the State may be advanced at least ten years by the proper disposal of these lan...

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. — 15 December 1870

•V ... LOOAL ICTEWS 3 We would respect fully request all business men a*d othera wtshing a" tindof Job Printing, to *M end examim our extensive eock of New Material, just received rom the East, before tending to St, Puvl 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, fflclal Paper of Monongalia County 49- Tk« CliwalsUtom of Tlie Journal DOIBLE that of any other paper FahlUhedln Northern Minnesota. Let Advertise** remember this. BQL.Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pettengill & Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the sole agents THE JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thorized to contract for inserting advertise ments for us at our lowest cash rates. A tverlisers in that oily are requested to le their favors with either of the above uses. Fo* SALB.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favo...

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. — 15 December 1870

1 1 I^OGJUXJ CKB&B I IT.—The clear of ice.- 1 I 4 osrsrwB 1T« wouW reamed fully requett all faftUMM 4 «(iU« N «*dV Job Printing, to «sK dSsrf ezawms *wf*atir« «oe* o/ IVem Malarial, juat received row (As Satt, befor• Minting Pavlor fomg tlaevkere. Our Job Oft* it now M« beat iA« Slate, and do erAfe* tWW guarantee to A* aatiafaetory at Saint Fail Prices. OSclal Paper of the City. flelal Paper of MeaeBgalla Couaty* a Tka Clrawlattam Tke a •DOVBLB thati amy otbar paper a 4 a HenrttMna MIBBCMU. I,«t AeHastleosiiwwrtwthli HIII Tin will ft Co.,40 Perk Bow, N ee York, and 8. M. PettengUl Co., 87 Park Bow, New York, are the sole agents I JOUBHAL, in that city, and are au thoriied to contract for inaerting advertise ments for us at onr lowest cash rates. Atvertisers in thai oily are requested to l« their fetors with either of the abore oses. FOB A —A Wheeler & Wilson Sew Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Abo, a Wilcox Oibbs maeh...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 December 1870

I I ha*e told me that before, but they are til liars '." Ho looked tho emboli merit of fury. To leave him bound in the slaughter house was out of question and wo dared not set him at liberty. Nothing re mained but to march him homo between US. Bat as wo approached him ho made a desperate lunge and burst the cords with which he was bound. With al most incredibe quickness he sprang for the box out of which the serpent had rolled, and which evidently con tained something else, fie seised it, sprang through an open window and ran rapidly toward the river. W left the dead ox and serpent, and gave ehaie. Bat he reached the bank be fore we did, and with a yell of defiance threw the box far oat into the swollen stream. 'To shall not know my secret!" he hissed as we came up to him. lie had thrown his invention for the experiment, whatever it was, where it oonld not be recovered. We paid no attention to this, however, bat secured him as quickly as possible, gave ve some trouble by trying to b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 15 December 1870

I W *»W me that before, b«t th«j are all liar?!" Ho leaked the emboli- Ho leata him bound in the slaughter home was out of question and wo dared not aet him at liberty. Nothing re mained hut tomarch him home between 'la,' Mff^ K-i. Bul alTwi approached him ho made' a desperate lunge and burat the cords with which he wai bound. With al most incredibe quickness he sprang for the box out of which the serpent had rolled, and which evidently con tamed something else, [fie seised it, sptang through an open window and ran rapidly toward th*. river. We left the dead ox and serpent, and gate ehaae. But he reached the bank be* fore we did, and with yell of defiance threw the bos far out into the swollen lot shall not knowmy secret!" he hissed we oasae up to him. lie had thrown his invention for the experiment, whatever it was, when it eonld not be recovered. We paid no attention to this, however, bat secured him as qnioklj as possible, Be gave ns acme trouble by trying to break •way, but we w...

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. — 22 December 1870

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OtBcc—Corner uml 8. of Wushimgton Avean OH'apel Street. EMTOR ASD PROPWHTOB. SUBtCHlFTIOM TWO ». 1Uk•• cpy «U b. mt 0r«(it to tu. g.tuc ATK»OFADV»KTISIJJG« l3mo.i 1 ISO soo ST5 600 W"2 5 Hi SOO WW li"-' is0S 100 lTc »',o 3J W if47S 15 00 23 60 30 00 35 00 „*, SSi-:^!ew!iooo 4ooo Uiv. 11 on U.tf 22W 3750 52*0 1400 iolW 8000 4*00 7B 00 Ui'iv 4iHH 5000:7500 lUi 00 ,.,.,, ,u,iit.ulvertt9i,u\ouis,"'ifUi8 a a or 7ju .. noo« P^1 lr 1tl"„fif.tiuMrtton,au.l. .^uwitvnser* on fo ordering in «^^**rS!!2S?S countobl, for tlu- cost of g^u.uv tor e.isU Attorn*: r** l.«* .:" ft, accountable for tlu cost of tl.« 1luv is »P«=1»1 .wieeurtul to cb»r*» ,uc« orm-ou dellv.rj ol theaffldav t. no^o 7. Yearlyadi ..rtlsersto v9 transient, nttd »iYMU0« or upon 8. Local Notices, 15 cent* pe 10 cents p*rllu» to regular, »a™r«*» 4. NottceV.U-.itu ~i.upl* unnooucottiwit] obituary notices, couto rrr:Tiu«f 50 in '«t3» nift"mso uotl*w notices, cuts 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. — 22 December 1870

~t~3R. bi0itt^"plmai W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Deo. 22, 1870. A JMGRRY I S A S I To allots many readers, JOTJR tllit enW, K4I senW in advance, greetings of "Merry Christmas!" All over this laid—we might nearly say, all over the world—there will be the echoes of these merry wishing* un til it would ssem as though they might gscher into great wave that would wash sorrow Irom a whole year. To old and young alike, Christmas comes a happy day. To the little ones it is alive with the mysteries of Santa Claus, Sunt Nicolas, Kriss Kringle, Pelzniekle or by whatever name the great magioian of good things may be known to them, with his inexhaustible storehouses in some far-away, taper- lighted cavern, whore little genii work every day and night the year round in manufacturing his delectable treasures. Their bright eyes reluctantly close in sleep, while their eager ears almcst fan cy they can hear the light steps of the reindeer pattering on the roof, and the shaking of Santa Claus' "round litt...

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. — 22 December 1870

I I O A I E E W S $ We would respectfully request all bueineii men and othere wishing any kind of Job Prilling) to call ami examine our extsntwe eoek of New Material, just reeeived torn the Eatt, before tending to St. Pavl or going elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one the beet in the State,' and we do work which te will guarantee to be tatit/aetory at Saint Paul Prices. Oftelnl Paper of the City. flelal Paper of Monongalia Coiatj' 4ET a a a a a a a DOTJBItB a mmy a a a a N a a a a a A is it BS-Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, Neu York, and S. M. Pettengill* Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the tote agents THI JOUBNAL, in that city, and are au thorized to oontraot for inserting advertise ments for us at our lowest cash rates. Alvertisera in that city are requested to le» their farors with either of the ahore uses. FOB BALI.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Also, a Wileoz & Gibbs machine, ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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