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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 4 January 1872

mmmm TJOO JUL* *,«***» -V-:••!• •ft I I & ISTBTw©! •*uiraN*#ritoftS TT saeaM 4sn»Tla«0lB*s*lS»Us* I BOOBltK «k»t amy »aa,«r aswrtlela. as sn"sW*«* P- Rowoll Co., 40Park Row, Hen York, and 8. M. PettsngiUnCo., »7 ParkH*w, New Tork, are Ik* eels agents for Tnn In thnt oity,a ou therltedteoentrectfor iutrtiag •dnrtiM nt en* lewon* «Mk rates. Advertisers in thatcity are requested to o»re their fevers with either of tkt obore kinase. 'taBBaBBSBBaBSaaSSSBSflaBSSBaSBBBBSB rav. BAIIAOAD enuron unn. WINTER iu TABU, IMI OUVB TBA»fc Leave Saint Cloud..... Arrive at 8.10 e.m 12.22 pm BT. PAVL ASD IT. CLOUD THAWS. Leave Stint Peal ...........8.00 em ArriTe 12.20 p.m •T. CLODD AST) MISNBAPOUS TSAIB8 Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12 Efn^passengtrs going to Minneapolis change earl at St. Anthony Junction. —The daya are getting yon see itt longer. Don't '-The weather is delightfully mild and pleasant. —It Is nnderstood that 8heriff Geiseel will appoint Mr. Mlekley jailor. —Tke Union School 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. — 4 January 1872

COT 0 A.VO ttUttUt«» FUMK. One of the moat important eoooo- miei in farm labor is the cuitiog and ouriog of pork. In the Southern and Western St*** largo quantities of the aides are oit *«-i cured as bacon, but further East it is salted directly lot the barrel. A few suggestions at this time are appropriate. After the fiogs are thoroughly cool, (which will require from twelro to thirty-six hours, according to the weight of the animals,) the should be laid on the cutting block or platform, and tho head takeu ofl with a sharp, lona btaded knife, by cutting entirely around, just back of tho ears, and down to tbe bone. A little practice will enabie the operator to exactly meet the articulation, where the head is joined co the neek. A twist of the head will now bring it from the body. Next, lay the amimal on its back, and with a saw, cut directly through the biok-bone, having first scored to the bone from the tail to the neck now cut through tho fat and skin and you have the hog in two p...

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. — 11 January 1872

-,... -.. THE JOURNAL, FiMiihed every Thiwdfty Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. Om«e~Corncrof WmsBUngtoc ATMWC •n Chapel Street* w. IB. ZMUTOIECEXJT.I IDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Aft Mxtra Copy III be §«ntf r*tii to tht getUr elmb of i'lre Subscribers. A E I O A I S O l*}uri. tw I lso »T» 391 •T* 700 800 I Am*. 3 MO 100 IT* ISO 33ft 4T» 600 TJO 9 mo.! 1 yr. 300 340 45 ST* 00 646 T*0 600 800 1000 1400 1800 2260 3000 8750 4600 1600 33 60 8000 36 00 40 00 6260 75 00 «*0 •31 1100 11250 1050 2250 3000 6000 1300 1400 3600 4000 1100 IVit 1650 uoo 2000 1100 7500 12500 1. Iitgftl andClorsrnmentailTertIsoinent8,73cants par tqnnro for the first insertion, and Z"\i conts per gaaare for each subs -quant insertion. 2. Attanieys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of tUo same, un less tuera is a special agreomont to charge the same te another party. Payment in all cases to be made in advance oi upon delivery of thoaffidavit...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 January 1872

WiFW* ®tou* franut W. B. I E EDITOR. Thursday Jin. 11, 1872. W *m ^sSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBi ST. PAUL, Jan. 10, 1872. Special lo St. Cloud Journal. The bill allowing St. Cloud to issue bonds I the Northern Fasiho Railroad Company for the construction of the bridge at that place passed its second reading in the Sen ate to-day, in spite of a bitter opposition. It is conceded on all sides that the bill will final'y pass both Houses. W, B. M, LATKR.—The St, Cloud bill was referred Sentto Judiciary Committer. W. B. M. A S I S S O a?. Fisk jr., was shot twice in the breast by Edward Stokes, at the Grand Central Hotel, at twenty minutes past foar Saturday afternoon last. The af fair took place in the vestibule. Fisk was assisted to a ehair. It is thought he counot survive. Stokes was arrest ed and conveyed to tho Fifteenth Pre cinct station house. FLsk hal just alighted frcm his carriage and entered tho hotel when ho was shot. Stokes, who shot bits, has been associated with him in...

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. — 11 January 1872

3 v* t& #.- H. MITCHELL a IT OR. Thursday Jan. 11,1872. ST. PAUI., Jan. 10, 1872. tycciaJ to Si. Cloud Joutmal. The bill allowing St. Clou* to issue bonds to the Northern Paoifie Railroad Company lor the eonstruetion of tho bridge at that place passed its seaead reading in theSen ate to-day, in epite of a bitter opposition, It is conceded on all sides that the bill will finally pass both Houses. W,B. M, am —The St, Clond bill was referred Senate Judiciary Committer. W. B. M. JAMBS FIMK SHOT. Ja?. Fisk jr., was shot twice io the breast by Edward Stoker, at the Grand Central Hotel, at twenty minutes past foil Saturday afternoon last The af fair took place in the vestibule. Flak was assisted to a chair. It is thought he cannot survive. Stokes was arrest ed and oonveyed to the Fifteenth Pre cinct station house. FUk hai just alighted (rem his carriage aud entered the hotel when he was shot. Stokes, who shot htm, has been associated with him io some buisoess operation, and has accordi...

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. — 11 January 1872

r:'"~" 1 LOCAL I :N":mws Official Paper of the City. a? as W TheOlrcmlatlo of a OOVBIiS at of am a is Worthern a Iiot Advertlaerareaaember is Hj».Geo. Rowell ft Co., 40 Park Row, Ntff York, and8. M. Pettengillfc Co., 87 Park Row, Now York, are the tolt agents for I JOUBXAL, in that eity, and aro au thoriied to eoatraot for inserting ndvertiae it us at oar lowest caeh rates. Advertisers in that eity are requested to e«ve their favors with either of the shore uses. I S I S A I O A BRANCH LIMB. •71 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1872 SAIST CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Cloud 8.10 a.m Arm at .12.22 p.m ST. PAUL AXD ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Tnul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m ST. CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arnvo 12. {©"Passengers going to Minneapolis change car3 at St. Anthony Junction. —Remember the Library Association meeting nt T. C. McClures residence this evening. —The Sociable of the Methodist Society will meet with Mrs. John Hay ward, on Fri day evening next. AH are i...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 January 1872

091 *$ I fj I ^^rws Oflriairaperoftie CityL ASP* TheOlrewisUtom or O S at of am a Paaoltalaedlai JUrtmermMtamesotsv. Advertlserereaaeaebertztts. P. Rowell Co., 40 Park Row, No#Tork, and 8. M. PettengillkCo., »7 Park Row, Now York, aro tho sols agents for TBB JOUBBAB, in tfcat city, and aro au thorlsedto eoatraot for inaortiaf advertise ments for us at our lowest oaak ratoo. Advertisers in that oity are requested to etve their favors with either of tho above uses. FIRS DIV »T RAILROAD BBAKCH I 171 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1878 SAIST CLOUD TRAISS. Leave Saint Cloud 8.10 a.m Arrive at 12.22 p.m ST. PAUL ASD ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m VS. CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Amvo 12. ggyPassengera going to Minneapolis change cars at St. Anthony Junction. —Remember the Library Association meeting at T. C. McClures residence this evening. —The Sociable of the Methodist Society will meet with Mrs. John Hayward, on Fri day evening next All are ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 January 1872

^sf"" _1_-»oA*-t^?*.f.v" Vfomims, sro there any biscuits left in your bag I investigate, and find half a one and a great many dusty crumbs, upon which my sister pounces as a kit- ten upon a ball of worsted. "I COUIJ not, oonecicotioudy, say the children's grace, pardon does not begin till nine." "Never mind thero is, at all events, more to see in the town than there is here, and I shall be moro likely to for- get that fifteen hours must clause be fore I see food again." So wo go ind pa^8 through the ocurfcynrd, and out into the cheerful, •warming streets. The prophet of having a year's sins wiped off scenes pleasant, for all faces look gay. Tho town is thronged with exquisitely- starched, clean lace caps, sticking out half a mile behind their owners' heads —thronged with broad felt hats, and loose embroidered waistooats, trimmed with chains of silver buttons. They are like peasants in a melodrama— real benighted peasants—who have not yet begun to tell themselves that tbey are quite ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 January 1872

1 1 W birtuhs left* in bag?" I iovwUgate, and find i«lf a^on^ m^nJ 1 oromjw, wpon which my sister pounces aa a kit te»,u|ori*i»aof worsted:..(% 1 "I cooli not, ooneoicotiouply, say »jr good dinner,'" ehe sava, ahakiog her head.? "Jemima, let is RO out.'1 "It ia poly eight 6'elpek, and the pardon does not begin tiJl nine/' 'Water mind thcio is, at all events, more to see ia tbe town than there is fiefe, and I aball be moro likely to for* got that fifteen hoars mast elapse be tore lace food again." So:wo go and pats through the oowrtywrd, end out into the cheerful, swarming streets. The proia^etof baring a year's sins wiped of aeeria pleasant, for all faces look gay. The town is thronged with exquisitely starched, clean laoo oaps. sticking out half a mile behind their owners' heads —thronged with broad felt hats, and loose embroidered waistcoats, trimmed with chains of silver buttons. They are like peasants in a melodrama— teal benighted peasants—who have not yet begun to tell themsel...

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. — 18 January 1872

"T THE JOURNAL. rikllihcd every Thursday Afternoon, AT 8T. CLOUD,MINiN. O or I ii to un CUnyel Street. W IB. MITOHEXiT. •OITOK AMD PRtPMBTOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLlAKS,PATABLS IX ADVANCE. A fctre CopJ HI bs nont £r«K« to the g«tt«r •t cleb of FIT* Subscribers. MATBS O ADVKSVMSIMOl Mm* I 8 Imo. 710 11 16S0 UOO 1000 1100 1. 4*g*l endCloTeniinentadTerttMmentiJO cent* mer •a.iere for the flrit insertion, end 37% cents per ••sirs for «Mh subs quant insertion. 2. Atteraeys ordering in legal advertisements ire regarded a* accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreemont to charge the same te another party. Payment in ail crises to be made ia adrance orupon delivery of the affidavit. Local Notices, 15 cents per ao to transient, and 10 cant* per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice ofdeath [simple announcement] 25cents obitaary notices, 5 cents per line marriage notices 50 cents. t. •facie! place and double column advertisements leb inserted at rates agreed upon. ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 January 1872

•fct Jfc. €l*n& ietmwrf "yflflnfr* fj a mi in W, I O I I EDITOR. Jtui. 1 8 1 8 7 2 ST. I*VI, J«n- 1«. 1871. fl^teio/ dUpateh to the St. Cloud Journal. The Seaate Judiciary Committee had a session thia morning on the bill giving St. Cloud authority to laauo bonds for railroad bridge and right of way Ac. Another ses •lea will be held this evening, at which the committee will laelly adopt ita report for Mtion to-morrow. There will undoubtedly be a majority and miaority report. W. B. M. LATnn.—After a full discussion of the matter thia evening, the Committee agreed to make a majority report (aigned by Sena tore Farmer, Billsoa, Heard and Batohel der), in favor of the bill—266,000 for bridge, and 915,000 for right of way and depot grounds. It is not known yet juat What the miaority report will be. The matter will doubtless come up in the Sen. ate to-morrow. W. B. M. RAILROAD BILL* AND E OP POSITION. As is well known to the readers of this paper negotiations were recently dosed with t...

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. — 18 January 1872

«l msasasssc&BBB— as*-:- a* *•..-- •i .• lrj £,A I^EJ*W S OnUtnl Paper tftfce City. J9TH«OlM«tetto» mt Tk joaraa sOOWsLal in of Any p»p*v a no**ner»tf.t«a*e*ta. man taortata. Till P. Bewell A Co.,40P*rk Row, Mo* York, tad 8. M. PettengillACo., S7 P«rkBow,Vow Tori, are the sole agents lot JOVMAI, in that olty, and are au Ikorliodlo eoatnolfor laMrUag odTortiic meitsferue at ear lowest oask ratee. Advertisers la that eity are requeeted to oavo their favore with either of tko above avasoe. ^a*aaTfiSwJH5arJBHHH?S55HB"a"^"""SK"a WV. IT RAU.KOAB BBABOB UBB. WINTER TIME TABLE. •71 187a SAIHT OIOUD TBAlSS. Leave Saint Clord 8.10 s.m Arrive at 12.22 p.m »T. PAVL ARD *T. CtOOD TBAIN8. Leave Stint Pool 8.00 a.m ArriTO 12.20 p.m IT. 010CI *»D MISHKAPOUS TEAMS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arme 12.m naarPaasengrrs going to Minncapolii okaago oars at St. Anthony Junction. —faifokild, tko anetion nan, will bo in 84. Good on tko 16th of January, witk a largo otoek of goods. —Tko M. B.Boeiak8ocioty...

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. — 18 January 1872

$ Sih-HU*. (ft •a 1 •'A US Ofltctal Paper of the Clti. «9* Tax*Ot*c*l*\tt«m of The aawmtsU 0OCBL.B tJa»t of »»jr «tl»eir paper V«»Ual»««l« K»rt]**r»Ml»»esot». hot AeVr********r**«*mb*r tela. lee. P. Bowell 4 Co., 40 Park Row, KevYerk, aad 8. M. PolloaglUACo., *7 Park Row, New Yevk.oNtao sol* agents for JOVMAI, in that city, and are au taorisedto contract for inserting advertise sefatsferas at oar lowest oath rates. Adveetlssrs la thnteity are requested to eaTe their favors wltk either of tko above •twoa. VIMBT N »•. MAsXROA© BXABCH 1IB«. 171 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1874 SAIHT CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint C!ot?d............ 8.10 a.m Arrive at ......12.22 p.m ST. PAVi ASD C10TJD TRAINS. Leave Saint Pan! ...........8.00 a.m Arrive ...1220 p.m 0L0BD AHT HISSEAP0H9 TBAIXB Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Am™ 12.na fj^Passengers going to Minneapolis change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —.Fairohild, the auction man, will be in St. Cloud on the 15th of January, with a large stock of goods. -.The M. KSoei...

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. — 18 January 1872

ft calle. uU ji&iK£ ~"JT~%~r-- 1 .ore, in iO tuuaio- I uair in •Villet j/'whose color his are to specify, except .shone on it, and then they video." A liUiC pause. "1 do not think that two young wo men in our position can be too care ful,*' say I, primly "and really, Le r.ore, it is hardly advisable." "Advisable!" interrupts my sister, jumping off her stool and giving a little stamp, while her pretty pink nostrils dilate with angry wilfulness. "I hate the word it is a mean, sneaking, time serving word. Either a thing is right, or it is wrong if it is not ri^ht, it is Wrong and, if it is not wrong, it is rigl t. If it is not wrong tj tako a drive on a summer day with a roan whose society—" She stops as it sbo bad been shot. The door has opened, and the man whose society'—is looking in and say. ing— "Miss Lcncre, are you ready There is a flushed confusion on his honest, ugly face, as if he bad over heard Lenore's last speech an3, in deed, as she has always a singularly pure, clew ...

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. — 25 January 1872

Fabllshed vvery Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD, VIINN. O-Mea—Corne a ii I I a S M»(« 3Sd:ia?OHEXjTj KMTOR AND Ptt»PRIKTOB. S 1 I O I 7 WO DfflLABS,PAYABLEIS ADVASCB. AB KxtraCopy* ill he lent gratit to the getter •I nUb of Fire Subscribers. A S O A E I S I N I I aw no 175 32* 47» 700 900 3 mo. eel. 3 mo 100 17* leO 1100 DRUGGISTS 1 jr 200 SSO 450 6iS 25 375 600 025 7M 600 1000 800 1400 1100 ""0" 1260 1040 2290 3000 6000 1100 22 60 3000 Si 00 40 00 6260 7600 125 00 180 2260 3000 3760 4600 7500 1200 1400 asoo 4000 415 SOU 7W 1100 1400 2000 UM I860 1 fc.gal daoT.rnm.nt»dTerttM«eBt^79*enu .aiuwe for the nut insertion, end ceuts per 2 Atterneys ordering In legal advertisements ire renrded accountabletorthe cost of the seme, un lets there is a special agreement to charge th» same te another party. Payment in nil owes to be made ie advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. •. Local Notices, 16 cents per BO to ransient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice of death [s...

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. — 25 January 1872

l'l W ,1 I O II E it I Thursday Ju*. 25, 1872. E ST. CLOUD BONUS BILL. No bill of a lvcul oi aractor prsent ed to the Legislature has probably cvor been Hie cause of so ruuuli disou nhui ta that allowing this city to issm bo».i for railroad purposes. Beiutr the firs. bill of the kind introduced in eithor branch, this season, it drew both the speeches of Senators who had been bottling their eloquent indignation against railroad companies in central ever sioce they had received their cer tificates of election. Profound opin ions as to the unconstitutionality of leg islation authorizing bonds to be is-uoa by towns to aid railroads, were deliver ed by back-country pettifoggers who would bave had considerable difficulty in conducting a trespass oaso before a Justice of tbe Peace. Men who badat never been nearer than the State Capital to St. Cloud and knew httl» or nothing about its wauts, dictated what it wasthe iortho interest ot ttio people of this place to do, and what not to do. All ...

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. — 25 January 1872

1 IL 4 «. MM. Brrrwr-.-T-r^^-j--—r»\-: r»" •""T "r^"™'"" -T'' O A JN 'JHJW S 1 W I I S ."" a Paper of tke Clt). 4S» VhaCtrCalnUoit of Tlae Joarnal OOVSLB tH»l *r any other p»p«- PetMlefceellm Worth*™ Ilnn«aota. £.•• MvtttiMtirewtnbt thta. P. Rowell ft Co., 40 Ptvk Row. NewYerh^endS. M. PeUengillACo., 37 Park Row, Hew Toft, are the «c/« agenti for Taa Jeva*AX, ia that olty. aad are au therisedto contract for Inserting advertise ments fer as at oar lowest ouh vatee. Advertisers in that olty or* requested to eave their severs with cither of tho aboTo rime* I I t». aaixnoaj* •RAHOH fTl WINTER TIME TABLE. 1*72 SAIST C10CD TBA1N8. Leave Saint Cloud 8.10 am Arrive at 12.22 p.ra •T. PAUL AS1 fcT. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave 8aint Paul 8.00 am Arrive .....12.20 p.in I ClOOD ADD MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a. ra Arrive 12. ni Bjen/-p»*s*nger* going to Minneapolis Change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —The weather is rather keen just now. —Wheatis declining in the Liverpool aad eastern ma...

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. — 25 January 1872

I I. Aav**fe«Ol*we*)a»tta» *r Tike jawrmsti aDOVWfcBl tfcSifc »f »»P» S^wogs*s**BeeaaonwBer ttsta. ,P.Rowcll*Ce.,40PtvhRow, NtvTw^Mde. M. PettengillACo., 37 Part |(ew. Sew Tore, are the ageni for fink it thatelty. end are eo thceiswdle eemtreet for iesertiBgadvertlev •nteforu. at our loweet oeah rates. Adveetlaars ia thatcity are requested to Mfi their fevers with either of the above I rawmitr. P. r. BBABCH 1 1 1 1 fTl WINTER TIME TABLE. 1171 •AWT 01009 TBAIXS. Leave Saint Cloud... 8.10am Arrive at ............12.22 p.m I FAUt AHDfcT.CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul .......8.00 a.m Arrive ....... .......12.20 p.m ST. 0 1 0 0 9 AHD XMBBAPOMS TRAMS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a. Arrive 12.m nsBypasaengers going to Minneapolis change ear* at 8t. Anthony Jnnetion. —The weather is rather keen just now. —Wheatie declining in the Liverpool and eastern Markets. The prise remaias about the earns kere—$1.00 and $1.05. —We are Indebted to Senator Ramsey for seven bound volumes af the "Congression al ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 January 1872

tei*~W2i'tytf£j.&&fi «*e WttW lure the preaumptHD to propnse other, she h«d invert o*u him any thing bat bar coliost mauoor, tiiw«er*d ,diiiC«loiij|rtrtihM (ioiaesl ipwhjr^ bo shad' fi t»thiuk watt her warmest must b#." Th» J^?h b»»c«o«n a duel. •'J at v»' m'!'m!er'^c'titiftSV^ L' r.ore, gri'vfy,"' what Mi s1 Hio !m«i g%j8vx id: GoM inith's 'G^xlti ttttVod Opirr *Ow w&x *re like p-iV tradis tb«fc put ah their oust goods, to be eon in the wind tws.' All my best goods are iu my window." "Whj do not joo not leave mo to make these discoveries lor myself?" asko Paul, half-vexed, haif-playfully. "Why do you tell me? it is like telling me the end of a novel." "Do not yon see," she says, eagerly, "that I want yoa to know the worst of moat onoe "And about how bad Is the worst f" •aks Paul, jestingly, as he t»ke* her two hands, and pots them 'boat hi* own neck, while he gases at his leisure into the shady depth of her deep triog «d eyes, "is it that you have a will of jotfr 'own ?...

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

1. "fi—.rw** rv-TT"" 1 wmmmmmmmmmmmmm tHE JOURNAL, Published ciery Thursday Afternoon, AT 31 CLOUD,MINiN. 0 ti W a rt.»»l el KOITOR AND PK9PBIGTOR. S S I I O 1 !F0 DPW..1 *.*?, P.l TABLSIX ADVANCE. As X«lr»Copy W ill te M&t grafts to th* getter •f a lab of Fire Subacribert. A E O A E I S I N I Seurr I 3 2mo. |Smo!8uio. 100 ITS 8*0 33S 474 00 710 1*0 275 iii 476 TOO 000 1 J'- 200 S80 450 036 92b 375 BOO 1000 500 S00|1400 035 llOOlMOO 7 50 1250 2250 120011650 3000 U00 2250 250013000 4000] 5000 1*00 8260 3000 35 00 4000 5250 75 00 12500 1100 1400 2000 3750 4500 7500 112» 1S»0 1100 1 iitfal autMoTemment mlv»rUsements,75 c«nw Mr'iqtur* for tba ArtJk aertipn, and 37}£ eenU per tqnar* for aach snba insertion. 2. Attorney* ordering In !eg»ladTertisemenUare regarded aa accountable for the coat of the aame,nn leaa there 1* a special agreement to charge the name to another party. Payment in all cones to lie made in advance or upon delivery of the.iftid.ivit. S. Local Notice*, 15 cents per ...

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