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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 22 December 1870

LOCAL UETWS F« weald r*r»«ef/W4r rotwest all eaeJMss mmmnd ofAero wtsAtny mng kimiof JOB FrlBtlftf, mil mi MMHNJM ear attendee* owe* Norn Mmmm\J*t W rem ItiJhil, Or/oro ssnsaar *»S*. Parlor •cany fIsemAsr*. Our V«« it now eas the ossf ia tk* Stmt* aad we do work wMcA «M owmVestofte«*n*/iefery of P»«l grlces. Metal riper ef the Cltj. sacta! Paper of MeBeaaalla tmmtft 4e»*M«oiM«i»ttMi«rnk« j««nua OOVBIA tfcnt mt nay ntker ffUlUtaila Bartkevw. aliauaeeutn a X,et infa-Goo. P. BowollftCo., 40 Pork Row, He* York, aadS. M. PettengillftCo., 07 Park Row, Now York, are the tol* agents I JoumxAft, in that olty, ore au thorised to contract for inserting advnrtise m«?tsforus at oar lowest cosh ntn Advertisers in that oily axe requested to la» their favors with oithcr of the above usee. Pom Bui.—A WhetlerftWilson Sow Ug Meohlno nrst-olasa entirely BOW Wfll be sold on favorable terms. Inquire atthiseraoe. All*, a Wilcox ft Gibbs machine, BOW Chance for a bargain. Pouoa Coumr.—On Friday, Michael Mo...

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. — 22 December 1870

1 for her with 9 family io town. Anoth er halt yenr voHeft away, and bno Fr'gbt June aftornuuii Kenelm wat again io waitiug at the neigh "oring station, and onoe more caught to his arms the treas ure of his life as Mary descended from the train. Her greeting was no less tender than his own, and )ct ho some how felt on the evening of her return that there was not the same overflow of confidential talk in which she was wont to indulge on these oecaaioni. The weather had been hot end the journey fatiguing, and to these causes Mr. Gore ascribed Mary's comparative silence and her anxious, preoccupied look.. But the next morning, though she was not wanting in any sign of affection, the self-absorbed manner, so unusual with her, still continued. It was not until the evening, when she was walking with her father in the high lanes over looking the sea, that she started any topio ot conversation. Then, some what timidly, she ventured on refer ences to Mr. Gore's past life, as to which ho had ...

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. — 22 December 1870

mm* ft: for nor with family in town. AnotV er halt year ivjiTebl away,and owe tr'gat June afternoon Kenelm wai n«aio io waiting at the neigh ttoriog station, and oooo more caught to his arma the treas ure of his life aa Mary descended from the trail, i^iij^reflait- Catherine Itigby, to be humble and forbearing, was startled by the sense of incapable resentment whioh the men'the tion of those Who had embittered bis father's life and seised his inhentanee laddenly aroused. There was along pause whenKenelms relation was closed. At length, in a voioe whioh not quite successfully struggled for composure, Mary put this questioi "Marmadtrke Bennett wis married, was he act, when you lefthome f" "Ye% nfarried," answered her father, eeotry^-fl "HadheaaychiMrenr «K)oe sow. Is your interest, Mary, in this high-minded person so keen that extends tohis children?" , "But their BOO, dear father never in jared-yei. He may be very different from his father and grandfather." MHe mar be but that is a s...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 December 1870

THE JOURNAL, Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corne W a in to A a a el S •J3. I O E EDITOR AND l'KOPMETOB. S S I I O N I 2w I 4 Of a\U kinds, plain or colored, executed on short no tice the best stjlo, and at St. Paul prices. Print S done in German and Norwegian, as well as iug Isli, and warranted to give satisfaction. O S A A O A O N E A A W ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. OHAS. KERB. L. W. COLLINS. ecin Aldan's Brick building, Washington avenue siddiice, Kicamond avenue opposite Wright's Kerry Examining Surgoon for Pensions. Kogalar office hours 10 to and 2 to 4. 9 A O I A N PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHER Si. CLOUD, Mia*., May be found at his office (up stairs oyer Bush's Jewelry store, on St. Germain Street,) day andnight, when not away on professional duties. All cells prompt ly attended to. G. S0HULTEN & CO., DRUGGISTS and ..- .,.._,.. DtLLAltS, PAYABLM 1MXDWMCB. Xm B»»r» Copy »1U be •••t grmtit to the getter •f «lmb of FiYO Sabeerlben. A I O A E I S ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 December 1870

I I Thursday, Dec. 29, 1870. To AIL Wt wiso, A HAPPY Naw YBAB. VHJC »T. ClsOtJD AHO RAILROAD. jpfeet nA.NKA.Tn In tttaring to this important rail road projftot, th« Mankato Union says "ina aanbam of the Legislature from this district would surely dis appoint tha reasonable expectations of their eonatitnenta, should they fail to aeenre a fair ahare of the 800,000 acres, to render sore the early comple tion of this line, which is of vital im portance to the development of the great heart of the great State of Min nesota/' We have already quoted from other influential papers urging the importance of the read. The people of this District will ezpeot of their Mem bers in both branches of the Legisla ture their most untiring efforts in be-Grindstones half of a liberal grant for this road to Mankato. BAD WHAT E DOWN EAST. Minnesotians need not flatter them selves that they have had a monopoly of the sold weather daring the past Week. Diapaiches from Ne*£ York, Chicago, Milwaukee, Ciaoinnat...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 December 1870

Thursday, Deo. I Bsaamaemmassssses ToAttWiwWi, A Hire JSfmw YRAR. ', •. m» .. ciiotro AH1 •AlKATlt RAItJKOAD. Ia falnmng to this important rail road r^ee*, tbe Mankata f7mm says "Ita a of the I^rjiatnxe hsm tail tones would sorely oMr appdiat HM fiMBOttjU expeet.tioos of their ooMtitwiti, ihoold they fail to •ooan a fair ahare of tha 500,000 acres, to nnderrantho early comple Uoo of this Knt, whioh ii of tiul im portant to tho development of tho great heart of the great State of Min BN0H." We have already quoted from other influential papers urging tbe impotluiooofthorqod. The people of this Diatriet will expect of their Mem ben in both branches of the Lsgista tun their most untiring efforts in be-Would half of a liberal gnat for this road to Mankato. W OOWlf VAST. mood not flatter them- •abas that they hare had a monopoly of the sold weather during tho past laok. Dispatches from New York, Chicago, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Biehmond, and other cities in aha Bast and South co...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 December 1870

\dhv 1 1 if LOCAL 2TEWS \5S5P* ^o wot'M -:spectfully request all business men and other* wuhing any kind of Job Printing) to cstt and examine our attentive eoek of New Material, just reeeived rom the Fast, be/ore sending to St. Pavl or going •Isewhere. Our Job Office it now one the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Faul Prices. Official Paper of the City. fflclal Paper of Monongalia County* 4E*r- he Circulation of he a a JDOTJBI.K at or a paper a a Northern Mtaaesota. Advertisers re member hia. 9®-Gco. P. Howell & Co., 40 Park Row, Ne ir York, andS. M. Pettengill&Cd"., 87 Tark Row, New York, are the eole agents Y-JJBE JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thorizeiK© contract for insetting advertise m?its for us at our lowest cash rates. A i^ertiscrs *n tliat used. °^7 *re requested to le their favors with either of the above FOB S A —A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Macajne—first-class—entirely new Will bo/sold on favorable terms...

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. — 29 December 1870

—*2 1 i'.«wwMwwf inaV.'gTt?-"-f''"' Many intelligent tillers- of the soil will persist in adhering to the assumfi- tion that there is a natural tendency id wheat to deteriorate and eventually to ton out There is not and there never vas any suoh tendency. On the con- trary, there is a tendency in all kinds of grain to a moro perfect development. What is run out and starved out, is bv injudicious management but cereal grain Mter deter^tes in the sens* of Mitral deterioration. An intelli- gMt Write* in the Mark Lane Ex- prtsSf London, says, touching thin iub Joot: So thoroughly illogical an artiole as is published in the Prairie Farmer, headed "why wheat deteriorates/' has rarely been seen in the columns of an agricultural paper and we shall not do our praotioal readers the injustice of assuming that they need any help from us to discover the numerous fallacies it contains. Unfortunately, the artiole is read by many who are raw to their business, and therefore incapable of de- tooting ...

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. — 29 December 1870

1 A ear pnetlaal leaden the injoatiee of aatwning that they need any help from eetodiacoTer the numerous inllaciea it ^contains. Unfortunately, the article is read by many who are raw to their btnrioess, and therefore incapable of de li tooting any errors that would be peine man expert. In this head ing, "why wheat deteriorates/' the an ther of the article has begged the quos tioa, He baa started on the ataump- Hon that wheat doss deteriorate, and diraetly prooeeds still father to auutne thai it has dene so when the yield isa declined from forty or fifty bushels f*r ears, totonboabeli. This,the wri ter has assuwtd that a small yieldh eri of deterioration of the constitu ef the wheat plant. There we •^nmet him with a challenge to prore t*Jm» any anon deterioration has eter known to exist. Until the wri fonnd a few wheat plants that •early lent the distinctive ehar- ,5*-1- i'~*2t Many mWDi^nt ullerr of the soil will persist in adhering to the atumi» tioa that thore is a natutal tenden...

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. — 5 January 1871

fc •maw? I THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner of W a in to Avenne Chapel 0 i) XDITOR AMD PBOPBIMOR. 1 SUBSCRIPTION I »WO DOLLARS, PATABX.M UT AVVANCX. An »*treCopy«iUlM §eat jrrsn*te the g»tter »f club of Fir* Stttwcribon. lUmMOWAJJVSmTiaiJK Bo.w** I 100 175 250 320 474 Swi 3w 110 375 475 700 2 mo. 6 mo, 375 600 625 7 50 1200 16M) 2260 3000 6000 O I 1 1 O nc done laGerman»ad Norwegian, weu a* ang warranted to gWesatisfcrtioii. OSCAK TAYLOB, ATTORNEY AT LAW MT. CLOUD. MIKNE8QTA. okas. ». B. count, KERB ft COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAWbo•firdAgriculturatlof ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office on 2d floor of BelXe Block. EDWIN M. WRIGHT. ATTORNEY AT LA W O^IM in BeWt Block, St. Germain Street, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA EDWARD O. HAMLIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW 3BT. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. CHARLES B. HOWELL ATTORNEY AT LAW, NOUTJ Publio, Real Estate and Inauranoe Agent. County Attorney of Meeker County. Speoial attention ta titles to Publio Lands, and to obtaining Land ...

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. — 5 January 1871

(Blirofl §mml W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, January 5, 1871. mmcTion otr UNITED STATES MEN. A O The consideration of ibe question as to who should ba elected United States Senator by the present Legislature is being forced on Northern Minnesota by the course of papers in tho south ern portion of the State, in violently attacking Hon. Won. Windom for his eonneotion with and friendliness to the Northern Paoifio Railroad. As this It being made in those localities a rea •on why he should not be elected, it should constitute with us an equally strong reasou why he should be elected. No other project is of so much impor tance toallthe northernpartof the State* as is this road and indeed its benefits ..would extend to the extreme southern boundary as well, differing only in de gree. It is oertainly true that Mr. Windom has been the earnest friend of the Northern Pacific, and for this he is entitled to a generous support from those who look upon this enterprise as opening an era of prosperity 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. — 12 January 1871

I & 1 4 ,.-.-•- ., ... .-: _..v, THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon rj », AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner of \Vasl»ii»Sto* Avenue and Chopol Street. I O EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLAR?., PAYABLE IN ADVANCS. An Extra Copy* ill »ent gratii to the getter of club of Fivo Subpcrltow KATES OP ADVJBRTISIH6I Squwe. I 100 175 250 325 475 COO 7 50 1100 2W| 8 160 275 3-.'5 475 700 1 2mo. 3 75 500 625 7 50 1200 1400 25 00 4000 I." 4 per square 1# 6 mo. 1000 1400 1800. 2250 8000 87 50 4500 7600 1 jr. 1500 22 50 3000 35 00 40 00 5250 75 00 125 00 "5 cents 200 35U 4 50 025 U2J 600 800 1100 1250 1650 2250 3000 5000 900 1100 1125 1400 1650[20O0 1 1 L«Eul«ndGovernmont advertisements, »g"lf£ theflrgtin30rtionand iVA cents per -uare lor each subs quont insertion. Attorneys ordering in advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of tta.same, uu specPa,m!nt ."dv^nc^oVCou dWy'of theaffldavit. 1. soecial agreement to charge tho same ^another party in all cjses...

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 January 1871

W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, January 12,1871. GOVERNOR AUSTIN'S MESSAGE. The Message of Governor Austin, de- livered to the Legislature on Thursday, occupied over thirteen columns in the St. Paul dailies, and is altogether too lengthy for re-publication in Te Joua* KALJ but on the first page may be found a resume embracing all its lead- ing features. The message is a good one, dealing piaotioally with the questions in which the people of the State are interested and whioh must be met by the Legislature the only objec tion that can be urged against it being its length. The Governor's recommendation for holding a Constitutional Convention will receive a hearty endorsement from the people. Most are familiar with the history of the framing ot the present Constitution—how two rival Conven tions, after days of higgling and bick- ering, patched up and plastered togeth er what was called a Constitution, but which has proved to be a sorry affair. As soon as may be, let us have a new one, that th...

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. — 12 January 1871

O O A I -v. 1 Paid, i*Jl isr^xWB We would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind of Job rlBtlng, to amll and examine our extensive eock of New Material, just received rom the East, before sending to St. Pavl or going elsewhere. Our Job Office ie nov one the beet in the State, and we do work which nre will guarantee to be eatiefactorg at S»lnt Paul Prices. OMclal Paper of the City. aUUl Paper of MOBQigalU County* 4 9 Tata a on JToaurmatf DOVBIM the* a mtHax a a a I a a a a A is it S^.000. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, Ne ir York, and S. M. Pettengill & Co., 87 Park Sow, New York, are the eole agents for TIM JOUBNAL, in that city, and are au thorised to contract for inserting advertise moitsforus at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that oily are requested to lo their favors with either of the above uses. FOB SAM.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Maohine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Also, a Wilco...

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. — 12 January 1871

"r rtd"*1- We mould respectfully refuses aU i«MMM MMMUl ••&••* WlUV «V *midof JO* frllttlf, to esi| e»sT ir—imi our swfMMSM soe* Mem MaUrtti, Just reaswed torn the East, before sesumnf to St. Pavlor going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now erne the but in the State, and me do work which will guarantee to bo satisfactory at Bala. Pael Prices. ••rial Paper of the City. Melal Paper of Xeieigalla Coiatr' 4ST Ciawwlstttnm erf 1 O O I a a a a l»«aUsliedUni a a a a a a &« A 4 is •fj^leo. P. Eoweil & Co., 40 Park Row, Nea-Tork, and 6. M. PettengillACo., 87 Park Bow, New York, are the sole agents for THI JOUBBAI, in that oity, and are au thorised to contract for Inserting advertise ments form at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that eity are requested to le their favors with either of the above a uses. Poa BALM.—A Wheeler A Wilson Sew iag Maohine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Also, a Wilooz A Gibbs machine, new Chancefor a ba...

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. — 12 January 1871

0 ^"r^cv*»,*m'»nw^ »jPXH A N W O S Tbe o:r!ior ''O^s nro pat tip to fatten, the grater the CCOKCEJ if they are lefc to ream about aftar real cold westher sets in, it will require the inoro grain to push them jp to- the point you may dc3:i':, or to which they are capable of reaching. A consider able saving to your corn crib can bo ef- fected by attending to them earlyj as^ soon, therefore, as they have made way with the uuts of the woods put them in their pens for tho first few days supply them with two or three doses of sulphur, and during their time of fat tening supply them also with charcoal end rotten wood, which will keep them in healthy condition. Feed them reg- ularly and three times a day. At first if you have been provident enough to raise roots, give them messes of these, and pumpkins and other vegetables. Anything you feed to hogs would be all tho better for being cooked, but un- less the raising of pork is intended as a speciality, we can hardly expect the general run of...

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. — 12 January 1871

JfbeoirHor hogs are pat up to fatten the greater tii* econon&j, if they are left to Team about after real ooW westner~ sots in, it will require the inoro grain to push thorn up tv tho point you may dearie^ or td which thoy are dapablo of reacting. \A. consider able saving to your corn crib can bo ef fected by attending to them earlvy as soon, therefore, as they have made way with the nuts of the woods put them in their pens for tho first. few days supply them with two or three doses of sulphur, and during their time of fat tening supply them else with charcoal and rotten wood, which will keep them in healthy condition. Feed them reg ularly and three times a day. A firfit if yon havo been provident enough to raise roots, give them messes of trese, and pumpkins and other vegetables. Anything you feed to hogs would he all tho better for being oooked, but un less the raising of pork is intended as a speciality, we can hardly expect the general run of farmers to take this trouble, 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. — 19 January 1871

-———."-T—r-J»~- T. THE JOURNAL. PuMlshcd every Thursday Ar noon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner of Waahlagton ATeaae anil Chapel Street. I OUCILTOiariEiXjTj EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADTANGS. An Xxtr* Copy» ill be sent graiit to tht setter of club of Five Subscriber*. RATES O AJVBRTISn«0« Square. aw lto 275 9w 2mo. 100 175 350 825 475 600 7*0 8 mo. 1200 1400 2500 4000 1100 1400 2000 1125 1650 1100 Scent* .art iindOovernmont advertisements,. 6 cent wZmS&StoM insertion and 37J4 cent, per onersfor wen snbs qnont insert.on. 8 Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements art retardedlis accountable for tho cost of the «jme,m. I re is a special agreement to charge the same ^another party. Paymenttoall e«M to be made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 8. Local Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Noticeof death (simple announcement] 25 cents obituary notices, 6 cents per line marriage not...

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