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THE PRISON lIRROB.
OIR BIRTHDAY NUMBER Plucksd £it B&ndom From tno Column’s of our .Exchanges. What They Think of The Mirror. Tile Prison Mirror of Stillwater is seven years old and this last week the editor sent out a six-page edition. This paper is the bright est visitor we have. Sleepy Eye Herald. The Prison Mirror was a hum mer. Say. . Sclioonmaker, you should get out and hustle for sub scribers. It is to good a paper to be read only by a few.- Jackson Republic. The Prison Mirror came to us last week in holiday attire, having just completed its seventh year. The Mirror ranks foremost among the best weekly papers of the state. - Sibley Co., Independent. With the issue of August the The Prison Mirror celebrated its eighth birthday. The Mirror is an excellent paper and merits the general hearty support which it receives. Glen wood News. Volume eight number one of The Prison Mirror reached our desk last week with six pages neatly printed with well -prepared matter and reflects credit to the editor, L. P. Scliooiimaker. Montgomery Messenger. The Prison Mirror announced its eighth birthday last week, by the most excellent issue ever pub lished from that office. The value of The Mirror to prison inmates can scarcely be realized Grove ( itv Times. Ths Prison Mirror again comes to the front with a birthday addi tion. A pink cover and six five column pages chuck full of vim, enemy, and tab mt as usual, com poses the Bth birthday addition. Edgerton Enterprise. The Prison Mirror, one of our bright exchanges, celebrated its eighth anniversary last week. ts colums are always filled with such matter that elevates man to a higher degree, and any person that wants to read food for the soul and mind should read The Prison Mir ror. published at tillwater, Minn. Oval, Pa., Ledger. SUPPLEMENT. Stillwater, Minn. September, IS9^. The Prison Mirror, published in the penitentiary at Stillwater, Minnesota, got out a splendid “boom edition” last week. Wheth er it will succeed in inducing emi gration to its place of publication is an open question. —Purcell, I. T. Register. The Prison Mirror issued a double issue with a tine pink cover last week in honor of its eighth birthday. We presume it would be a breach of etiquette to wish it long life, but we will wish it pros perity as long as the prison lasts. —Hills Crescent. Last week the Stillwater Prison Mirror issued a fine birthday edi tion, with pink covering, which was a decided credit to the bright and ably edited little paper pub lished within the walls of the pen itentiary. Long may The Mirror flourish.— Gaylord Hub. The Prison Mirror, published at Stillwater, Minn., celebrated its eighth birthday by issuing a splen did souvenir edition, of six pages, ha; dsomely covered. The Mirror is doing good work in its sphere and the Light hopes 1 o see it cele brate many more birthdays. Kush Springs, 1. T. l ight. The Prison Mirror celebrated its eighth birthday last week bv issuing a souvenir number, much enlarged and dressed with a beau tifully illustrated cover, The Mir ror is the brightest of our ex changes and we believe is an in instrument of great good in its field of labor Dawson Sentinel. The Prison Mirror, Stillwater, Minnesota, entered upon its eighth year of existence last week. It celebrated its birthday by appear ing in a handsome cover, reflect ing the taste of the designer and printer, The paper has been en larged and improved, and, we think, stands at the head of prison newspapers. We commend the editor of The Prison Mirror for the excellent paper he is giving his readers. The elevated tone and manly principles set forth by it must certainly be of great ben efit to the unfortunate men who are temporarily residing at Still water. Boy's Industrial School Journal. Lancaster, (). The Prison Mirror, which has done more than imprisonment or law to restrain evil-doers, has just completed its seventh year, It is a newsy psper and contains msny very airly written articles each week on crime and gives good ad vice to the young to keep away from temptations of vice and wick edness. It is published by the in mates of the prison at $1 per year and the proceeds go to the prison library.— Jordon Independent. Last Thursday The Prrson Mir ror published at Stillwater state prison entered upon the eighth year of its existence and editor Lew i\ Schoonmaker issued an extra eight page paper enclosed in a. neat pink tinted cover. The Prison Mirror was the first paper to be printed within a prison and the present number clearly shows that the present editor and his corps of able assistants have been more than successful. The paper is a typographical gem and its pages always contain wholesome matter. Its subscribers are now numbered by the thousands. Jas per Journal. The Stillwater (Minn.) Prison Mirror lias just celebrated its eighth birthday, and looks brighter, better, purer and more perfect than a large majority of those pam pers published outside of prison walls. Its able editors who are in mates of the prison may for the present be deprived of their liberty but such a teacher of morality and and noble sentiment as The Mirror is should always be free as the mid day sun. —Harrington, (Wash.) Leader. We cannot recall a time when we have read with more pleasure and interest, a birthday edition of one of our exchanges, than the Bth birthday number of The Prison Mirror. Its whole tone, contents and typographical appearance is clean and indicative of brains and skill. We sincerely believe there are few publications religious or otherwise of a more - intellec ual and highly moral class than The Mirror and its weekly visits, whether to free men or the convict in his lonely cell, can be but signifi ant of encouragement and good. — Brown's Valley Foot-Prints.