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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 5 September 1867

»Tk I fte SitU ClM«latl«a *u\e Jemrmal, to 0OUBUUB thrnt nay pmbltskae) St. Amtavamw JTalls it N N tnte Wtwouldrttf testily rtfuut nil hmintee men and other» milking any kind Jtfe Frlatllf to till *ndtximin$ our M«tM«lt«* Material, rumtd rom the eatt,hefore «MMif*• &. to erye- ny«iscw*«rc. Our/oft _fc«i« -est ens As ieef (As A ""i wori which we mill guarantee to he latiafaetory, at St. fail price*. __ OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBS CITY. •uunaui.-Pastor Bev. B. T. Campbell. Ser- "T^ytobb.U,-0^. I .tlO -cUK-k. Boning J|T. Sunday Schoolafter morning service. 9 AU kind* of Job printing, In Eng- lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this olBce. Send in your orders. A N CAUCUS. The Republienn voters of the town of St. Clond are.reqttested to meet at I SKMI on 'Friday evening, September 6th, 1867, at eight o'clock, to elect six delegates to attend the Connty Convention on the 11th inst., and to attend to any other bus iness that may prorerly come op. J. H. OWEN, A §. D. KERB, J. D. WHEELOCK. ...

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. — 5 September 1867

1 2$ **S*5*?r^ ?5£S^.«ffl^^V^ easi! mm* Ta*lo«thwmds«iie UktiwWMitilNln, Aad onevery moan* and meadow Breathes inaitk Ire •Mover Ik* dead ne un* nopower, The tost, tae lost btcannot restore AMlluokinffonrthtiau»,I«toarB TI*e»rUs« who a»^ not return. TOMATO Onjujrr.—S«ko4 one quart of fine rip* tfmaum, poor OTOT theja boiling water to remota the -kin, then ohop thorn finely, then put them into a araoepu without 007 water, ohop two onions terj fiuelj, oarer closely, and let them simmer slowly am hour then add a little salt and cayenne, a large spoon ful of brand ernmbs, and oover tightly beat up fits eggs to a stiff froth have ready a boated pan, and a small piece of hatter just to grease it, stir the eggs in to the tomatoes beat all together and poor it into the hot battered pan, brown Hon one side, fold it ovsr, and serve on hot dish the moment it is done. It is Tory nice with beef steak. •*. CORN PUDDING.—Take of green corn twelve ears, and grate it to this add a quart of sweet mil...

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. — 12 September 1867

IATOT BUtoCMT," W ^fl MasMagtom AYcame »»*C»»i»«i Street. W 11. I E XMTOR AND PROPRIKTOR. fcsfcafcrX* /J STjfestft iy ADVANCE. ge AD extra copy will bo tent gratia to tho' getter Hp •f •ctuttot «cu subscriber*, 7 1 ,, ,, .a- R.VTKS O A O I S I N at 3 mo. A O & W I 30 00 35 00 40 00 i00 7100 LiaOO 1.LegalsndOovernnieatadverUseincnt.TS cents per square for the rlrst insertion, mid 37)^ cents per t^uare for each subsequent insertion. 3 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are* regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a specialagreemont to charge the mime to another parljD lP«*»»*Ctn «U MjegV M» advance or upon delivery orlhe amuarlt. 3 Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeath [simple announcement] 25 cents obituary notices, 5 cents per tiny -mwrrinyr matico, 6. All political, religious orother notices, 5 cents per line. 8. Special place advertisements to be inserted at String* acto...

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. — 12 September 1867

A *. -i rt«M*« .•..••• -.-*. W\ TVJ4I i'fci.. E I OR. Thursday,September121867 I A S A I N O I N A I O N S Special Dispatch to the St. Cloud Journal. Tne Convention re-nominated Governor Marshall Thomas H. Armstrong, Lieut. Governor Henry C. Rogers, Secretary of State, by acclamation Emil Munch, State Treasurer F. R. E. Cornell, Attorney General. Anti-botvl platform adopted. Capt, Collins is on the State Central Com roitee. .-, E O O I S I O The proceedings of tho Republican Oouutv Convention will be found in our local columns. The proceedings were harmonious throughout, resulting in the almost unanimous election of anti-bond and anti-Marshall delegates. The personal feelings of tho delegation was so well known that it was not thought necessary to offer or adopt any resolutions concerning the bonds, or instructions as to candidates. S I I E S seem.s but to add to its length and re pugnant features. The fascination which this unpunishable crime has upon a certain class of minds, unar...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 12 September 1867

I 4 irBwE^ *#-T*a Clh«l«(l* of *fce Jownutl I*. OOVWUS that *f amy »»p«r »aMU*\«*) atorr* lit. Aatham* F»Ua UlA4T«rtlHn raimkw tkb. IF# Wouldtetptctfully request ait business mem and others wishing any kind Job ttlm%lugt to call and examine our tx tntivt stock JSew Material, just rectwed romtkt eatt, be/on tendinfto St. Paul oryo mg elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one of kt beet im the State, and we do work w,Meh we will guarantee to be taHtfitttory, at St. fail prleet. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THB CITY. I PaxsBmaiAH.—Pastor, Ear. 1 T. Campbell. Ser »IC**STS*J Sabbat moruhig at 10}$ o'clock. Krening -ttT. Sunday Bchaolaftor morning service• agf All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, exeouted at this office. Send in your orders. LONG in axu IMMENSE JOY.—By ref- erence to the St. Paul papers ef the 11th inst., we discover that the Editor of this paper has at last secured for himself a wife. We need not say it was entirely unexpect ed, for inch Is not the ease. We have ...

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. — 12 September 1867

W oiijjwr ACCEPTED E WA A E N A significant acl has transpired con cenifnj: Grunt's ncceptius tho position of Secretary of War ml interim "Whon Stanton ntd Grunt became cer tain of Johnson's determination to sus pend the former, and his intention ot appointing the latter, after a fall con sultation regarding the matter, Stanton urged Grant to accept the plaee, basing his reasons for tho step upon the gravest considerations of public inter est, not only of a general, but also ot a specific character. Now that Grant holds the office, since his late pro tost and order, the President and hisPure backers are very desirous to remove him, but have suddenly found them selves troubled by grave doubts wheth er Gen. Grant can be removed under the Tenure of Office Bill, which pro vides that in case of suspension, the person appointed to fill the vaeancy shall hold his office till the meeting ol tho Sonate. Nevertheless the General has expected a removal for several days. -m» —Boston is to have ...

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. — 26 September 1867

I THE JOURNAL IATILY "TU1 MHIOCU^T,,, Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. omcc—Corner of Washington Avenue anilChapel Street. w. ST. CLOUD, I I E EDITOR AOT PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N DOLLAR* PATABLB IN ADVANCE. An extra copy will be sont gratis to tho gotter tip •f a club oi ton subscribers. I E S O ADVERTISIN I S S 2 mo, 3 75 BOD 6 25 7 80 12 00 U0O 25 00 40 0U col, 3 mo.:6 mo. 1 ,vr. 6 00 10 00 15 00 8 00 14 00 22 50 1100 18 00 30 00 12 50 22 50 35 00 16 50 30 00 40 00 22 50L37 50 52 50 30 00)45 00 75 00 5000 75 00 12500 3w 200 330 4 50 825 9 25 II00 1400 JOOO 1 00 1 51) 175 8T5 1. LogalantlOoverninontadvertisemeut.75 cents per •inare for the first Insertion, aud 37}^ cents per square for each subsequent insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of tho same, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment in all cases to be made advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Lo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 26 September 1867

8he il Cloud gotmwl W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, September 261867 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, WILLIAM R. MARSHALL. For Lieutenant Governor, THOMAS H." ARMSTRONG. For Secretary of State, HENRY C, ROGERS. For State Treasurer, EMIL MUNCS. For Attorney General, P. R. E. CORNELL. E TEMPKRASitK MOVE?lK.\T. -III Capt. H. T. Johns, the State Lec turer, and W. H. Grant, of St. Paul, Worthy Chief of the Good Templars organization, aching for notoriety and a reputation lor teal, initiated a pretty Kith movement for a third party this fall, which appears to have died out quite as suddenly as it sprang into ex istence. Of W. H. Grant, we might expect just such an effort he has long been identified with the Democracy and would u«e the Good Templars or any other society to'help that party. Capt. Johns claims to be a Republican, and an ardent one. He belongs to the rad ical wing also, and from all his former protestations we should hardly believe lie desired a thirl, a temperance ticket, in the fi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 26 September 1867

I O O A iEnBJWS S a on a a O O E a a is a S A a A is is 3 W request all butmtst men and others wishing any kind Job Printing) to call and examine our ex ensive stock of Sew Material, just received rom the east, before scndingto St. Paul or go- ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of he best in the State, and we do work which we Kill guarantee to be satisfactory, at St Paul prices. OFFICIAL TAPER OF THE CITY. I'REJBYTERIAN.—Pustory Rev. E V. Campbell. Ser ices every Sabbath moriiiug at 10}£ o'clock. Eveniug it 7. Sunday School after gorging service. •j^gy All kiuda of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. STRAYED OK STOLES.—On Mouday lajt the Editor of this widely circulated sheet, (terms §2.00 per year) left St. Cloud with the intention of returning, as we are in formed aud believe, on Tuesday. He has not yet made.his appearance, nay, more than this, ho has been seen in the neigh borhood of La Crosse, Wis. Still worse, it is...

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. — 26 September 1867

admumshen vr yoot patriotism, yoor ••en temper, or ike many good quali ties UTyoor needandheart, which shine out so oonspiokuous. I hale you as a worthy suoeessor ur the 1st A. J. I bed not intended to mil things persncl to myself in this friendly triboot, but will do Tiolenoe to my eelins by obser tin that the posishun ur Collector at is admirably adapted to a cou sin ur mine, whose talenoe ei a lawyer hei never been appreciated by those who know him best He agrees with me that impeachment is nottobe thot UT, and that sessions UT Congress, other than regular one, is uselis. Should you be pleased to make the appintment I •hell be proudtoreturn the favor in any way possible. Sf it woodent be •skin too much, a son uv mine wood be glad to serve his country esa Inspector ur Bevenoo. Inheritin from me dew shun to our common country, he burns to devote himself to her service. With sentiments uv profound respect, I am yours, as ever, "Them appintments was made also," sed the great man, "an...

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. — 3 October 1867

—f^*:—*-'1:':1".' •'••. raellshei every fliniij afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. ft 4 aadCkamel Street. I E 0 0 AND rBOFBIBTOB. •OB I nit.SAM* jarADYASCM AM extra euej will to gratis to tae gtUtr •f a dab of teaeabeeribere. E E S O ADVEETMIJIG I 1 1 Itw 1M Sift 3 47ft 700 00 Sw *a.aare too Saw. 87ft 00 6*6 7 60 1200 1400 2600 WOO 1 7 6 140 9 474 600 7M I Slort, •afifh I 1000 1400 1100 XI SO 3000 ,37 60 4600 7C00 use 1100 UOU uo»|i«4« »«. a*, exam, J«yjr. a. a. OOBDO*. w. OOLUNS GORDON COLLINS, A O N E S A A W AND A A S AOXUTB, Ojam saw f. ef|Ca,'f jMarr, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. FaHienlar attention gtvta to huslniw in adjeiaiag Ceaatfea, ttv.: Wright, Bhsr boni, Beaton, Morrison, Todd, Douglas, Monongalia, Pop* and Meeker. 4* wa. s. noons. CBAS. Kina. MOORS 4k KERR, A O N E S A A W ST. CLOUD, MINN. Odke on Washington A—nut —formerly jfejBajrf Kerr': [__ EDWARD O. HAMLIN" —BU S BSSVNBD— E A I E O A W IN ST. CLOUD, MINN. Ofict for the prteent in (A Railroad Land Office. E O W S W E E A1TOM...

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. — 3 October 1867

y^,:——^———^MJL——»—i 1. s* I IE •4-i (Kbe 1 SimtA fwiirtMit W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, October 3 1667nothing BEPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, WIUIAM R. MARSHALL For Lieutenant Governer, THOMAS H. ARMSTRONG. For Secretary of Stmt*, HKNRT C. ROGERS. For Stat* Treasurer, SMIL MUNCH. I For Attorney Generai, F. R. 1 CORNELL. RKPVBiaCAlt COVKTY COMVSBSTlOW. MattestohsnbyglYM tentfeeaityiarnsC B*pebU Oonaty CqataeUon of Steams conaty, of Ssptoai •«r»th,l»tr, will west attkeOoart Honse, at St. Ctond,o»Triday, Ocsoher ISth.lMT, MM o'clock t. M.topaw* in iroadiartca candidate* SxtlwMlow In*- oBces: Begittsr of Deeds, Treaserer, Sheriff, County Attorney, Jadg* of rrohnto, Oowt Comaus doner, Coroner, and County Qanmhslcasrsft*tho «th aad oik District*. Let the Republicans of Northern Minnesota organise at once and thor oughly. The standard bearers of the party are well known. A part of them, at least—Gov. Marshall, Col. Rogers and Capt. Munch—have risked life and tns.de the sacrifices demand...

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. — 3 October 1867

*,t*^**ia*!«i**.r-•.'*. *'&>--.,| 4 I O O A JByTfte Ctomlatlaa of TB.e Jaanmal DOVBUB that erf nay attar paper PmMtaBeel at. A»t*eww Pail prima. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBE CBBDITABIB,—St. Cloud may indulge in a justifiable feeling of satisfaction over her sidewalks. They are better than can be found in almost any other city in the State, St. Penl not excepted. DBDICATBD.—The new Baptist church at Fair Haven, in this county, was dedicated oa Saaday, the 22d last. It is a neat and comfortable structure, tad is the first church building in the Iowa. Hononanu.—It is often said that "cor porations hare no souls," but we have just learned the facts in a case in this County connected with the Land Department of the St. P. A P. B. B., which do credit to the heart of its President, Hon. Geo. L. Becker. San Nnws.—We are pained to announce the sudden death, from cholera, of Miss An nie B. Thayer, of St. Louis, aieee of Mayor Curry, of this city. She was a handsome tad accomplished yonag lady...

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. — 3 October 1867

r, S 9 S aa ox* A nun driving tii. oxcart in New Loudon, fell under the wheel, whieh peeved ewer him but he helloed **whomw ee lustily thet the cattle not oely etepped, bet becked the cert over the ladiei of the M. B. Church netted HO for the benefit of the resident pee ler. 1 —While io Ceitle Bock, few dave eioec, we pasted the garden of B.' 8tevens, and were surprised to see the fine epperence of hie apple trees, loeded down with fruit, ead apparently of ex eellcnt quality.—Jftun^t Gazette. —The Minneapolis Tribune boeete o?f couple of crab apples measuring 4 end 5 inohee. The St. Peter Trib une "goes one better'' with a crab apple measuring over 6 inches. —Daring the henry thunder-storm of Tuesday morning, (he large grain elevator ia the East part of town was struck by lightning, and slightly dam aged. If it had not been for therein thet wis felling rery fast at the time, it is probable that the building would have been destroyed.—Shakopce Argus. A young woman, residing in the te...

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 October 1867

col. 8T.CJ.0Ui, BT.CJ.OVD, W..M.gto« AvaXma I »auacam*ai Btwat. I E KOITOK AND PBOPRIKTOR. SUBSCRIPTION i)r/,)»: p.irists zyADVANCE Aa extra copy will IM Mat gratia to the getter ap af a club of tearabteriberi. a & A O ADVKKTISIMQ S 200 3 40 450 25 9 35 HOD U00 2000 2 mo. 3 76 5 00 36 760 1200 U00 26 00 4000 Aqaare 3 ma 600 800 1100 1260 1060 •2350 3000 6000 mo-. 1000 14 00 18 00 2260 30 00 37 40 4600 ljrr. 1600 2260 3000 36 00 40 00 6350 76 00 7600 12600 kverameaUdv*rUsement,7& centaner •quit IOT in* first insertion, 37}£c*Ats |er so.oexe ft* each suMequent lasert*»a. ., 3 Attorneys ordering In legal advertisement! regarded aa accountable for the coat of the aame, on lasa there la a apecial agreement to charge the aame to anotherparty. Payment in all caaea tobe made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3 Local Notices, 16 centa per Une to transient, and 10 centa per Une to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeath(simple announcement] 26 centa obituary notlcea, 6 cen...

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 October 1867

eaaasjesi 'U 8fa Ctottfl journal W. MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, October 10 1867that REPUBLICAN TICKET. .For Gorernor, WILLIAM R. MARSHALL For Lieutenant Governor, TH0MA8 H. ARMSTRONG. For Secretary of State, HENRY ROGERS. For Stat* Treasurer, EMIL MUNCH. For Attorney General, F. R. E. CORNELL. REPUBLIC AX COUNTY COSVKJVTlOJ*. Noticetohereby given that the mourn*! BepuMi •Mi County Convention of Stearns county, of Septem ber 9th. 1867, will meet at tho Court Home, at St. Cloud, on Friday, October 18th, 1887. at two o'clock r. n. to place In nomination candidate! for the follow lac offlcM: Register of Deeds, Treasurer. Sheriff, Judge of Probate, Court Commissioner, Coroner, an County Commissioners lor the 4th and 6th Dia tilcts, and delegates to the District Convention. CUAS. D. KKRR. Chairman Republi:nn-Count Convention. St. Cloud, Oct. 2d, 1867. RKPUBXJCAN DISTHICT COXVtC.V TIOH. A. Republican Convention for tho Third Senatorial SUtrict will be held at St. Cloud, on Friday, October 1...

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 October 1867

TlJi': .' I O O A USTEWS 49-Th* Ctremlatlea ef Tfca Jo«raal la OOVBUB that «f amy it patllaltad St. Amtkomjr IFalla Ii«t Advartlaars nmraikir this. would reiptctfully requeet all bueinete men and others vitking any *i"nrf Job Prtltllg to call and txtmiHt our ex entiveitock of New Material, j'utt received torn the east, before tending to St. Paul or go- ng elscwkere. Our Jot Office it now on* of he beet in the State, and we do work which w* will guarantee to be eatitfactory, at St. a prices. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. PMMTTMIA*.—Paator, RtfT. K. V. Campbell. 8er «ice* every Sabbath mornlDg at lO^j o'clock. Craning %t 7. Sunday Schoolafter morning service. IQT All kinds of Job printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in your orders. DOUGLAS COUSTT.—Judge McKelvy will start for Alexandria In a day or two to hold a term of the District Gourt at that place on the 16th. BASS BAIL.—The first and second nines will be on their play ground on Saturday afterno...

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. — 10 October 1867

'j. A CrOOD O The Jancsville Gaeerte tells this good ono whioh has never been in print: Last winter Lute Taylor, of the Preioott Journal, ma traveling in a stage with a part/ of gentlemen, among whom was a noted Democratic politician from Minnesota now a candidate for a State office. The daj was intensely cold and the company were obliged to stop oc easionally to warm up. Halting at a little inn by the roadside, tho Democrat invited Lute up to take a dink of whis key, to which he readily assented, and as Lute was both dry and cold, he turned out a pretty stiff "horn," swal lowed it instanter, and repaired at once to the stovo to thaw out. Lute's free and easy style suited the Democrat to a dot, and after freely imbibing himself, he walked np to Lute and said: 'Til bet any man ten dollars that you area good Democrat." As Lute is an awful Radical this touched his pride, and he replied in his usual stammering style: "I a-advise you n-n-not to bet more m-m-mcney than you wish to lose. I...

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. — 17 October 1867

r- y.TTT'* -j —•»«•.•«-»»• •.••j.rr-.y• 1'Mi S A I UlttT "HI BWOCHT, Published every Thursday afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. uae*r orMir of Wasktagtoi A a at aaftcfcapal I E IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 8VB8CJIIPTIOH 'rt -mite Ptr\t/»&« IN ADVANCE Aaaxtra«oaywui be ssnt gratia to Ike gsttsr ap sf aclaboi tea subscriber*. I E S O AOVBRTiaiMO I I 150 114 3S» 4T5 700 00 11 95 I too •so 450 35 095 1100 saw. 315 00 35 7 50 1300 UOO 3500 4000 Sqaara 100 174 aw 4 75 00 T»0 col, Saw. 1000 1400 1300 33 50 3000 37 50 uoo M00 3000 4500 7800 00 1650 5000 1. LegkUndQowruimUdvwttNaMBt,7ft cants par sqoara for tha ant insarUon, Md 37 ^csaU par N for each snbsseaaai lasatttoa. 3 A«ocneys ordering la lags! aeTartlseaasats an regard**] as accouutabla for the cost of the Mae, na I*M there it special •greement to charge the saate to anotherparty. Payment In all eaata tobe made In advance or upon delivery of the aSMarit. 3 Local Notices, 13 cento per Una totraniiant, and 10 cento per Una to regular, adrer...

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. — 17 October 1867

an •4 8tw Sfi €Ux\A §mtml W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, October 17 1867in EEPUBLIOAN TICKET. Ibr Governor, WILLIAM R. MARSHALL. Jbr £iraf«Mn/ Owmitr, O A 8 A S O N F»r Secretary of State, N O E S 5ra/ Treasurer, E I N iVr Attorney General, E O N E a A O N O N E N I O N Notice Is hereby given that the adjourned Republi can County Convention of Stearns county, of Septem ber 9th, 1867, will meet at the Court House, at St. Cloud, on Friday, October 18th, 1867. at two o'clock f. M. to place in nomination candidatesforthe follow ing offices: Remitter of Deeds, Treasurer, Sheriff, Judge of Probate, Court Commissioner, Coroner, SB County Commissioners lor the 4th aud 5th Dis tricts, and delegates to the District Convention. CHAS. D. KERR. Chairman Republican County Convention. 3t. Cloud, Oct. 2d, 1867. A N DISTHICT WON. CONVKS- Republican Conventionforthe Third Senatorial District will be held at St.Cloud, on Friday, October 18th, 18C7, at the Court House, at three o'clock p. *., (or Immed...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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