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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 7 December 1871

1 --. -_ JH ft. Statu! gtmmti a Thursday, Deo. 7 1871. A VVXVHtr ..cs TRAIN. On the DiTisi' wOBpletion of the Chioago vn of tho St. Paul & Milwaukee ~»oad, we ire to hare a through train from Chioago to St. Paul, by way of Milwaukee. New and valuable feat ures are to be introduced, the most important of whioh will be railway postal office by whioh the mails will be earried through directly from Chioago to St. Paul. A magnificent train of oars of the moat beautifulfinishand luxurious appointments is being com pleted, and will be put upon the route on the first oi next month. The coach es are said to be of original design, reg ular dust excluders, and to be finished in a style that rivals successfully any thing on car wheels. A large and powerful rocomofiTe haa been purchased expressly for this train, and the engi neer now awaits orders to bring along his gorgeous followers. Let 'em come we can stand a good deal of luxury.— St. Paul Pioneer. The Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail road Co...

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 December 1871

LOCAL :ErSrtfrs Official Paper of the City. I ii «*T-The Circulatio of a O E at of a pape is in Northern Minnesota Let Advertisers remember thin .Geo. P. Rowoll & Co., 40 Park Row, Ne it York, and S. M. Pctteiigill& Co., 87 Fairk Row, New York, are the sole agent for T« a JOURNAL, in that oity, and are au thorised to contract for inserting adveriisc nwit for us at on lowest oash rates. Advertisers in that oity are requested to "ve their favors with either of the above a uses. I S 1 S & A I O A BRANCH LIHS. 171 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1872 SAINT CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Arrive at Saint Cloud 8.10 a.m 12.22 p.m 8T. PAUL AND tT. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m ET.CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Arrive St. Anthony Junction 8.00 a.m Leave 12.20 a.m IgfPaasengers going to Minneapolis change cars at St. Anthony Junction. is —Iti unlawful to kill partridges or prairie ehickens after the 1st of December. —A nice lot of holliday presents will be sold at the Baptist fai...

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. — 7 December 1871

a E I N E 1 8 7 8 ••"The consolidation of Italy, so long fragmentary and impotent, into one powerful State, with Rome as its capi tal the humiliation of Franca through a series of crushing defeats, endiufj with the siege and capitulation of sher proud and gay metropolis the expul sion of the Bourbons from the Spanish throne, and the substitution for them of a scion of the most liberal amonj. royal honsos the virtual absorption of the kingdoms of Saxony, Hanover, Bavaria, with Baden, Hesse, the Hanse Towns, &c under tho headship of Prussia, into the triumphant and pow erful empire of North Germany and the arming of Russia to reassert her preponderance in the councils oi Eu rope, or to prosocute her often post poned but never relinquished desigus on the great city founded by Constan tino and the vast but decaying and an archical dominion of the Sultan, all combino to invest with profound inter est and ever-changing phase of our tid ing from the Old World. Tho Trib une, through tru...

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. — 14 December 1871

Sfnarf. 1 2 1100, DRUGGISTS "*Qu& THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O of A or a a el S W IB. I O E HDITOft AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N I TWO DQLLABS, PA YABLSIX AD YANCS. Aa RxtraCopywiHbei»ntjrratt*toth« getUr •f clmb of Fire SabMriben. A E S O A I 9 I W O I 3 1 2 8 4 3 mo. 3 mo 100 175 2(0 3'W 475 600 7 tO 6 mo. ISO TS 323 47ft TOO 000 1 yr. 300 360 450 625 9M X\ 375 600 025 750 1200 1400 2500 4000 600 800 1000 1400 18 00 2260 3000 37 60 4500 7600 1*00 2260 3000 35 00 40 00 5250 76 00 12500 1100 1260 1660 2250 3000 5000 110i) 1400 2000 1126 1850 Cecal aiulflovernmontadvortlsem8tit8,75centt perViuaro tor the tlrst iusertion, and 37 J^ cents per square !or ich subsequent insertion. '.'. Attorneys ordering in logal advertisements are rezartleil ns accountable for the cost of the same,un ions tliorc is a special agreement to charge the same 4o another party. Payment in all cases to be made In advance orupondolivory of the affidavit. 3. Local Noti...

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. — 14 December 1871

»V 8 vl 1 0 II E E I O Thursday Dec. 14,1871 I N N E S O A N O I N A I O N S On Thursday last the President sent the following Domination*, among others to the Senate: L. D. Brasher, Register ol the Land Office at Pembina District, Dakota. N. Adams, Agent of Sissetou and VVapeton Indians in Dokota. T. McMurtile, Pension Agent at St Paul, Minn. Irving Todd, Collector of Internal .Revenue, Second District, Minn. 11. L. Gordon, Register of the Land Office at St. Cloud, Minn. SENATE S A N O S E O S In the list of standing committees of the House of Representatives, Hon. John T. Arcrill is on the committee on Pacific Railroads and eommittee on In dian Affairs. Hon. Mark Dunnell is a member of the committees on Pub lie Lands, and Education and Labor. A S I N S A I O A I E The formal inspection and opening of the Hastings railroad bridge on the St. Paul Chicago Road, took place last Saturday, the 9tb, in the presence of a large concourse of citixens and a party of excursionists from St. Pa...

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. — 14 December 1871

'h I I I 0 EL 1TOK. Deo. 14,1871. mnuaaoTA I«OMIMATIOI»». On Thursday last tbo President lent the faUoarin* nominations, among others to tho Senate: L, D. Brasher, Begistar ol the Lud Office »t Pembina District, Dakota. N. Adams, Agent of SMMU* rat Wipetoo Iedkee in DokoU. T. MnMwtilt, Pennon Ageit at S Paui,Mu». Irjiog Todd, Collector of Ioteraal ilevenos, Second District, Minn. H. L. Gordon, Begiater of the Lead Oflea at St. Cloud, Minn. 8KIf A.TJQ AITD HOVSB COMMIT. The U. S. Senator* from thia State are placed on the following oommitteea of the Senate: Hon. Alex. Ramsey, aa chairman if the committee oa Poet Of* ftcea and Pott Roads, and a member of the committee in Pacific Railroads. Hon. Wm. Windom k* placed on thebridge oommitteea on Appropriations, Public Lands, Patents and Contingent Expen ses oi the Senate. In the list 0 standing oommitteea of the Hoose of Representatives, Hon. John T. Arerill is oo the committee oa Pacific Railroads and committee on la-, diaa Affairs. Hon....

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. — 14 December 1871

omcUl Paperof the City. «T- a on O a a it a a a a a (f •rtfcer a a at A it lt£.aeo. P. Rowell Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and 6. M. Pettengill&Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are tho «oJ« agentu far Tan JOVMAL, in that city, and are au thorisedu contract for inserting advertise msitsforus at oar lowest eash rates. Advertisers in that eity are requested to e*ve their favors with either of the above uses. I S I S eV A I O A BRANCH 1IR1 •71 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1872 SAIHT CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Arrive at —There will bepreaching atthe Presby terian cherch on Sabhath forenoon and evening, by Rev. Dr. Rice, of Lafayette, Indiana. All are invited to attend. tons. —On Friday morning as a man wasvenient driving his tcam'attached to a sleigh load. ed with lumber up Washington avenue, the horses became frightened and suddenly turning the comer at the Kelly House, they upset the sleigh, piling the lumber up in rather a promisoous pile and making a bill of repairs on the sleigh of a few dollars...

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. — 14 December 1871

I TO* TRIBUNE FOat 1«T». .The consolidation of Italy, so long fragmentary and impotent, into one powerful State, with Rome as its capi tal the hamiliution of Franco through a series of crushing defeats, ending with the siou'o and capitulation of her proud and gay metropolis the expul sion of the Bom boos from the Spanish throne, and the substitution for them of a scion of the most liberal a'mon^ royal honses the virtual absorption of the kingdoms of Saxony, Hanover, Bavaria, with. Radon, Hesse, the Hanse Towns, feo under the headship of .Prussia, into the triumphant and pow erful empiro of North Germany and the armiog of Russia to reassert her preponderance in the councils of Eu rope, or to prosecute her often post poned but never relinquished designs on the great city founded by Constan tino and the vast but decaying and an archical dominion of the Sultan, all combioo to invest with profound inter est and ever-changing phase of our tid ing from the Old World. Tha Trib tine, through...

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. — 21 December 1871

••BOB a a a THE JOURNAL, Published every Thursday AfterDOOM, AT ST. CLODD.MINN. O W a in a a a el W I O E BDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. A Hxtrii Copy will ba s«nt gratis to th» getUr a club of Kive Subscriber*. A E S O A 1 S I I Siiuarf. 1 aw 3 1 2 3 4 2 mo. .1200 1400 2500 4000 1100 KERR & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Office on 2d floor of Bell's Slock. EDWARD O. HAMLIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AT. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. D, B. SEARLE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 0VFI0E WITH B. 0 HAMLIN. SAIHT CLOUD, MINNESOTA. E: K. JAQUES, SURGEON DENTIST, SAINT CLOUD. MINNESOTA- A. H. CARVILL, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Offkt over Niton's Store, on Washington Avenue. FRANCIS H. ATKINS, S I I A N —AND Office en St. Germain street, over Rosenberg er't store, Residence in Grandelmcyer Building, corner of St. Germain street and State are 0. SCHULTEN & CO., DRUGGISTS and PHARMACEUTISTS, S in Proscriptions carofully compound- ed, ...

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. — 21 December 1871

Sue IK.Stottd gotttitttt vl IT II E E 1T OR. Thursday Deo. 21.1871." IkliSHtlY CIlttlSTMAS. A merry ChrwuiaB to all the renders of THE JOURNAL. Muy light hearts make happy faoes in every household the old grow young in the recollection of jast such days pone by, and the young look forward to tutore rioh with Cbristmases of which this shall bo the perfect pattern and none forget the Cause which makes the day sacred as well as festive. RE-DISTHICTIKG T11B STVCK. Tho newspapers are again busy re districting the State, on tho assumption that Minnesota will have, under the new appouionnaent, an additional Coi, greasman. The Minneapolis iVetos&gures out the whole thing quite hutisfactonlj, —to itfolf, at least—putting Stearns county io tho Third District, with Hennepin, Anoka, Douglas, Meeker, Wri«ht and some two dozen other counties, most oi them new and as jet but thinly populatod. However the State ni-y be re-districted, the Legisla ture should remember that the present population ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 21 December 1871

LOCAL lETEWS '—r •••••.,,— (Metal Paper of the City. 49* TlieOlremlamosi of Tit* l««M DOUBLI that of any other pap*' r«bllsne«l« Sertnera Minnesota. Advertisers a thl«. lsJuQeo. P. Bowell Co., 40 Park Row, New York, E II. PettengillACo., S7 Park Row, New York, art the sole agents ftr Tan JOUBXAI,, in that city, aad are au thorised to oontraet for inserting advertise m? itsfor us at oar lowest cash rates. Advertisers ia that oity are requested to •»ve tkeir favors with either of the above kroses. ratar mr. »r. t». P. RAUVROAD. amAMCH a 871 WINTER TIME TABLE. —Business houses closed on Christmas. 1872 SAIHT CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Arrive at Cloud 8.10 a.m 12.22 p.m BT. PAUL ADD ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m •T. CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Arrive 8t. Anthony Junction 8.00 a.m Leave 12.20 a.m tanY-Paasengrrs going to Minneapolis change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —Our merchants say business is steadily growing better. —The County Commission ers will m...

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. — 21 December 1871

he will bo here "Oh I in two or three day*, I should Inpc." "You should hope !"—with a littlo accent of piquo "you don't like Dinan then "It is all very well, for Franco,' re plio* Fitil, iragrifieenfly "but it is rather like a penny bun—a little of it goes along way." Lenore bends down her small head heavily laden with great twists and cu rious plaits of crisp brown hair, and oeisos from her quostiouings. It is Le Mcsurier's turn to catechise. "Arc you so very prcud of Dinan, then, Mis* Herriok "Wo aro fond of any place that is cheap.," replies Lencre, shortly. "Any place where mutton is seven pence a pound seems to us prettier and pletif-antcr than one where it is ton pence." "Oh, really I" looking and feeling rather awkward, and not exactly know ing haw to take this manifestation of neces ary candor. "We sire real Bohemians, Jemima and I," pursues the girl, resting on her hand her small downy faca—downy with the wonderful bicom of life's beautiful red morning a bloom us transient...

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. — 28 December 1871

a •Minp THE JOURNAL, riblbhed ertrr Ainii Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. *••—Caravor of W a a Ar«««« ad a S*raat W I O EDITOR AMD O a S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IXADTASCM. Amm*tr»Copj»inb»Mntyrotf»to tha «a«W* •f a clab of fir Saoaerlbats. A E S O A O I S I S O M«*rt. I I 150 ST5 315 4T5 TOO 900 Ss.o|« 100 178 tw 335 4TS 600 7t0 «. DRUGGISTS 1 W 300 350 460 636 935 3T6 500 635 T50 60011600 600 M00 HOOiloOO 1350 2250 If 50130 00 325013750 3000 4500 5O0O|76O0 1600 3250 3000 33 00 40 0fc 6210 75 00 12500 1300 1400 3500 4000 1100 1400 2000 1125 1650 1100 1 L«gal •nd3overnmentadverl!t»m«ntB,75c»ntt a«r squat* forthe flrit T. Strangers must pay ia advance, or givesatltae ottrrefcrencoe. O S I N I N Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed on short ne toe, in the beet st vie, and at 8t. Peal prices. Print lag done in German and Norwegian, as well as Bsgllsh. and warranted to give satisfaction. D. L. W. COLLM6. KERR & COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA Oft ee on 2d flo...

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. — 28 December 1871

mm mmmtsHm Site £t.ffilamlf aurttat Y. tf. 4 1 O BDIToR. Thursday Deo. 28, 1871. DEflNirKLYS KTTLED. By refereooo to the report in our looal columns it will bo seen that all de tails with regard to the crossing of the Mississippi river at this plaoe by the St. Clou* and Pembina It. R. C* branch of the St Paul and Pacific) and the establishing of the depot, have been definitely arranged. This was done on the basis of the last proposition made by the city—via: 865,000 in long bonds. Work has already been begun 03 the bridge, and positive assurances have been received that the road will be completed from this city to Pembi na by the close of tho year 1873.. This arrangement will give St. Cloud two connections with the Ntrthern Pa cific railroad will make it the nearest point for the Red River trade and transportation will make it the natur al outlot for the Sauk Valloy aud per Mississippi trade and will give it direct couoectiun with Duluth and Lake Superor With tho construc tion of th...

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. — 28 December 1871

W&k LOOAllli lStBPft& ••rial Paper of the Gltj. 4«Y* a O a a on a aDOUBL.s tfemt a otfcsir a a a N ttlsmesota. i«et A 1^.0*0. P. Rowell Co., 40 Park Kow, New York, and 8. M. PeltengillS Co., 17 Park Row, New York, are the tolt agenlx far JooanAL, in that city, and are au thorised te oentraot for Inserting advertise sneiuforus at our lowest eash rates. Advertisers in that eity are requested to re their favors with either of the above uses. I 1 S A I I O A MARCH •71 WINTER TIME TABLE 1873 MIST CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Clond 8 10 a.m Arrive at ... 12 22pm ST. PAUL ANDfcT.CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul ...» 8.00 a.m Arrive ,..12.20 p.m CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12.m Mp^Passengrrs going to Minneapolis change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —County Commissioners on Tuesday. —What about afire engine now —Diaries for 1872 at Tobey & Mitchell's. —The Board of Education will meet on Monday evening. —Rev. J. F. Chaffee, of Minneapolis, will preac...

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. — 28 December 1871

.1 1 BE it laps agtii'tet thuea ivied MeyN where the monk* usod to bathe." "Shell I row yon. down there to see he isles, banteriogly. She springs to her feet ID moment. .. Will 70a Do 70a mean really V' snoorie*, eagerly. "Ah, no!" (her voice falling with disappointed ca- dene). "I. see hy your ejes the! yon did not mean it—that yon were only tantalising me." He feels her thin draperies wafted against his knees in trio slow night wind, as the stands before him the breath of the lime-flowers comes pass- ing street to his nostrils It is all bat dark. "I did not mean to tantalise yon/' ha answers, simply. "I will take you, and welcome, if yon wish only what will yonr sister say "She will say, 'Lcnore, aro you mad?' She always says that. Perhaps I am mad I sometimes think so." "But what time of night is it, do you supposo Is not it nearly bedtime t" he adds, taking out his watch, and try- ing to deoipher tho honr by the little crimson gleams from the cafe. "Bedtime!" she criei, impatien...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 January 1872

I E -JODRNAL. AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. OflM«C«Mraf WBMM-*Ctmw am* ChasMl atract. xnrroa AND a TWO DOLLARS.PAYABLE W ADTAXCM. fc,«, A* XatraCopjrwill be seat ,r««i to th* getter v: .av a n% sa •f« aclabo.ff BaWsriben.i RATC I 0 A O I S I I I if I 100 ITS I N sat 476 600 lao ST» a* 47* leso 1 Jf. too 810 4M •a» STft •00 •36 TOO •00 800 1000 MOO 1*00 8880 8000 8780 4ft00 7600 1800 8880 8000 8800 4000 1100 I860 is 110S 12» 1400 4000 8000 8000 1100 saw 7800 11600 9000 nts.TS cents 1, f,tnlandaoT«ram«nt«dr«rUiuua^ Mr square for theflratinsertion, and 37Hi'centsper I for each tub* quunt Insertion. 8. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisementsure regarded at accountable for the cost of the si imp, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same te another party. Payment in all die* to be in iiie in advance orupon delivery of the affidavit. 8. Local Notices, 16 cents per ae to ransient, and 10 cants per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Hotlce ofdeath simple announcement] 25 cents obituary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 January 1872

1 S S 4 O tatgr*.^^^steffli^1*^^ BATSS or a Seaer* Iff I »w DTOM1STS Sees 0 1000 00 MOO law saso aoeo »TM ttOO 100 AM Ml an aao 100 sat T10 noo 1 I 4*0 MOO MM 4T* ess MM T600 1 0 0 l»rsqaareartheamiaesrtaoa^ Sttfceotspef •imu* lor each ralw n»nt lasertion. *V' 1. Atteraeya ordering la legal advertisements nre retarded at accountable for the coet of the sump, un let* there lea special agreement to charge the te ••other party. Payment in all ties to be mule ia adTanceorupondeliTery of thenflldavit. ». Local Notices, 15cents per meto ratulent, end 10 eenU per line to Tegalar, adrertiaert. 4. Notice ofdeath [staple annoaneement] 25cent* •bitsary notices, ftoenti per line marriage notioM SOoeats. I, BpiciMptoni H~I*I*T teheineertedatratee agreed upon. «. Yearlyadvertisers to pay quarterly. T-ltraagerentaitpaylB advance, or aHve tatlsfr*- ff^^T-n- I WM**i I N I N Of anUs^pitfla or colored, executed on Mta^Uleast**style,endatSt. Peol prices. Frlnt Um eMkf Uavsae* and Kor»e«i«n, ae weU a* a...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 January 1872

$*t ft. Ctoui §attrttat W. I E BDlTuR Thursday Jan* 4, 1872. BKLKCTION O DEPOT GUOIWDS. Tho joint committee this forenoon definitely selected the grcunds for the depot of the St. Cloud and Pembina Railroad. They ere located on the north side of Breckinridge avenue, running from its beginning back to where it is intersected by St. street— baing a tract equal to two blocks in width and four in length, and compris ing twenty acres. From the Court House to the middle ol the tract, where the depot buildings will be, is a dis tance of less than fife squares, directly west. The following resolution offered in tho committee by H. C. Burbank, Esq., was unanimously adopted Resolved. That the Railroad Committee •elect, as depot grounds, those designated on Burbank'• map, (made by T.H. Barrett), by black lines drawn by Engineer Morris, and thai we, as a committee, pledge that a bond shall be given by responsible citizens for said depot grounds and right of way through the city free of cost to s...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 January 1872

I 1 I J1 v. $ ±JOOAXJ N E W S OBcUI Paper of Ike Cltj. ThaOlrealatlom of Joarmiil •DOUBLB that of any other paper PabUefeedtm !f•rthera Mlaneaota. I*«t A«w«rtla«ra •member a W&.OM. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, andE. M. PettengillA Co., S7 Park Bow, Naw York, are the sole agents for Tai JOOBXAL, in that city, and are au thorizedto contract for inserting advertise ment! for ns at onr lowest oath rates. Advertisers in that city are requested to O»TO tkelr favors with either of the above hrnses. I S I I A I O A MAIO S •71 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1878 SAUT CLOUD TEAMS. Leave Saint Cloud 8.10 a.m Arrive at 12.22p.m ST. PAUL AKD ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m IT. CLOUD AKD MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.1s a.m Arrive 12. J®-Passengers going to Minneapolis change cars at St. Anthony Junction. —The days are getting longer. Don't you seo it? —The weather is delightfully mild and pleasant. —It is understood that Sheriff Geissel will appoint M...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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