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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 1 February 1872

ft 1 fcfct ft. lotrtlountal letlUI W. I I O S BUlTuR Thursday. *eb. 1,187&~ ii ii tat L_ VMM WT. CLOUD Bllili PASSED E HOUSE. OB Thursday teruooo tho St Cloud BUI, »hioh hid previously passed the S«utt, op in the House, when Cnpt Btxto nwrcd that the into be I 4 the hill passed. A brief followed—the ofcjcotions OMdtheiofc alaost wholly against the nspNdiag of the rules and rot ag»i-st the Mil Itself. On its final tsage, the tote Mood 68 to 18, and even this slight Mgttivc rote was for tho reason jott stated. A PaUMOHAk E S S following paragraph from the pea of M. Habtead, tbe ao!e editor of the Cincinnati Commercial, one ofdoubtful the nest iudopendent and influential papers in tbe country, is very timely "These who make the most outcry against tbe personalities of the press are not of the class in a community who may be most fitly trusted with the public rep nut ton end money. It seems to me tho dishonest men in this country would eat the marrow out ef it, if it were not for 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. — 1 February 1872

I ILOOJ^I* j/fik •isnElWS facial Paper of the city. 49- TlkaOlrcnlatlom of Tue O iDOVBLI that of may othar popet PobtUkedlK Wsrtt»eri» Ulanesote.. I««1 AdTcrtlHnrcmembti tliiM. IQUGao. P. Rowell Co., 40 t'ark. Row, New York, S M. PettengillA Co., »7 ParkRow.New York, are the tolt .gente for I JOVBIAI., ia that oity and are au thoriiedto oontraot for inserting %dv.ertise msitsforus^t our lowest cash rates. Advertisers W that oity are requested to e»Te their favors with either of the above Cases. I S TOV. S A I A O A BRANCH LISB. 871 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1872 SAINT OIOWD TftAINS. Leave Saint Cloud Arrive at .... 8.10 a.m ....12.22 pm ST. rAUL A3D ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Sa.nt Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive «.« 12.20 p.m IT. CLOUD ABB MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a. in Arrivo 12.m ^Passengers going to Minneapolis change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —A movement is on Jeot among the ladies to get up a leap-year calico party. —We are indebted to Mr. Fred Vincent for son* nie'e fresh pic...

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. — 1 February 1872

-a DOtJBlba tfeat «ff a |M* rtklliliHI a ae**fcer».KIsueesot». Let A in Hate. vraar ifwr«r.y. ^r-• V' I m% ii rfrrilp" *'i Kt»Y«ir^4A|B. M. frttennUi* ?©., «7 Park Row, law York, are tha -n*nta ft* I iiiiM*vl^Ami«ity,t»4«w*u. thortsedU oentrnot forInaHrtlng vlvartls* ambitsfar uajjai' oar lowest cash rates. Advertisers W at city are requested to •»re their favors with eithsr ef theabore €«•••. .* P. K*IIAOA» BBABCH 871 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1878 BAIST cwvn ifcaMSi Leave Saint Cloud..... 810 a.m Arrives* ............12.22 ST. VAVL ASD tT. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave 8a*nt Paul.................8.00 aim Arrive 12.20 p.m ST. ClOTJD AI MIltNBArOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arnvo 12. fj»B**Passengers going to Minneapolis ehange ears at St. Anthony Junotion. —A movement is on ieot among the ladies to get up a leap-year calico party. ii ii —Wa ara indebted to Mr. Fred Vincent for some nice fresh pickerel. —The ''young Judge" weighs ten pounds, and hie name is Gregory. —At Ave o'clock on Tuesd...

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. — 1 February 1872

mm ttEBH RMTf wan 10 FABi at mgriemltauml Article. fromJk$ Cltotand Leader, Jan. 8. Thhfiatb* atiekn thai the agricultural journals Spa other publications abound in timeljr bint* to farmers, as to ibe cs mwnuer, in which t» enjpiwy ih*ir leisur hours. We Uke to see this tin re i.« not In* p'ea^s an I a^r ul iYi«t, who a tilted ihe«o.i. i»r 60or6»)'jrnf», s« lut.oli i» piolf up Ida Uvorua newspaper ui* magazine, And find his daily labor all "blocked otot'^f him by the skillful heads offtcity chap, who, in nil probability nev er taw a fa«n? end whose knowledge of the buckwheat crop conhntd to the grid dle cakes that heeorsume* at the break fast table. We have mingled a considera ble wits? the farming fraternity ourselves, and speaks from experience when we state that the old farmer alwaya acts immediate ly on the Suggestions he finds the pa pers. Ho can hardly wait iron* one week to another for his instructions, aud whin ho tfoa receive them, he starts at one for the barn, or wood-she...

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. — 8 February 1872

THE J^URNALl Published every Tharaday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOW, MINN. O Hue—Camrv ot Wttahlngtor A at a Chivj»tl S **»•«. "j. .. BDITOR ANO PB*PKIKTOK. SUBSCRIPTION«... ."! 1 WO DtLLABR,PATABimnT'iDrASCX. km CstraOopyHillb*Ma»fr«N*t»tlM gstur •f tclibaf rite Sub«crlh««: RATII OP ABVmmTIMMO 8 N a I Ime. 3 mo 100 ISO DRUGGISTS •ao.J 1 Jr. lOOOf M0» U00 S3 so 1S00 80 00 2J50| 35 00 8000 40 00 3760} 5250 4500 75 00 T500I125 00 100 310 4W cot. eon in 2ts 1*0 »i 41 sou ett TM 800 1100 1260 1«M 33M 3000 MOO an 4T» 00 TM iaoo 1400 1100 1400 SOOO N asoo 4000 1100 -i Mil ««4aoT«rnni»nuav«rtl«dments,75 ceaw N tor flrsi imsertion, sod ST eonl* p«r Square for wch s«b**Miit Insertion. 3. LocnlXoticps,15conts por Koto transient,and 10 cents pur liuo to regular, nurprtisers. 4. Notice oWenth [simple annonn?oment] 25eonUS •bituarj uotices, Scouts per lino marriage notice* 60 cento. 5. Special place and double colamnadverttsemonte to be inserted at rates agreed upon. 8. Yearly advertisers to pay quarte...

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. — 8 February 1872

£. 8ke JR. «l0ud |0«wuil MITCHBLL ED IT 0». Thursday, Feb. 8,1872. AH onoAir FOH TH E W Having become fully satisfied that TUB JOURNAL could not be used by than, bat woo irmly pledged to the rapport of mob mouoros otrworo eel* coktedtobenefit S Cloud, the Wait, Clarke ft MeClore Ring have made arroBgooaeatofor the publishing of an other paper here. It it to be their owi peraonal aod ioJivldual organ, to be need advaooiog their own person al and iodivldaal eohenes. So far asthan wee ken its stook ia held only by Wait, Clarke ft MeOltre, and few vo lition) and peeuoiary pensioners, who, feeding on tho dreapiogs of tie table, feel brand to lick the hand whieh brashm then the erambe. It is the undoubted right, in this oonntry, of any individual or combi nation of individuals to publish a news paper for any purpose they may choose. But when they publish such paper for purposes antagonistic to tin interests of a town, they have no right to askto support or oountenanee from its people. The...

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. — 8 February 1872

1 i: $4 'VTgl''-'~^T^^T*?T^^^'^~~'T- facial raper af taa city. 49* TheGlxwlmttem of TM •taasmat aDOCBLB tmat mt »«y ttktr paper P«MUIt««la1Ui«*«raMla»«Mt». lei AnrtUutumtMk«vtkU. •nVQee. F. Rewell 4 Ct., 40 Park Bow, Ha* Tata, end B. IT PeUaargillA Co., 87 FarkBew,lfew Yerl,a*o taa —U agents far Taa JowMAi, in thatelty, and are au thorisedte contractfor laaeTUBgadvsrtle* mtitaferua at oar lowest task rates. Advertisers la that ally are requested to •*»e their favors with cither of the above VUlflT I BT. A O A BBABOB una. •Tl WMTEB MM. TABLE, IfTB 0100* TBAIBB. Leave Saint Clond 8.10 a.m Arrive at ...£...12.22 p.i •T. TAVh ASD ST. CLODD TBAINB. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m I CLODD AND MIHSSAP0U8 TBAI5B Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12.m 'Passengers going to Ifinneapolia change ears at St. Anthony Junction. —The Old Settlere Aasoeiation of Wright county will meet at Clearwater on the 22d inet. Wheat ie worth $1.00 to 1.06 Theae prices are high or higher than in almos...

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. — 8 February 1872

I at at amy otkar paper Perk Sew, Vow t#tM«t*e dais•* f«rTBBlMUU».laaa«l^,«A«r»M» veBood-teke thftiUftii»«MM«r St OBF lOWeot Advestleere to that «Uy ere ••we tkdr fevero with either of ihe above •n wurrim TIME TABLE. —Tho bill allowing Littlo Falls to par ohaoo depot grounds eonsidorod a ooeead timeia tho Honee on Thursday, and ftgftia loot. —BOT. Qoo.Ii. Chan, formerly pooler of St. Jess's oharoh ia this oity, BOW of flit. Aaifcoay, to aoMiwiag leeta towao oa "Boohs, oad how to nee It Io troU eposes of. A ty wffibegVvee at tho Morrises HeftOOtdoarwator, by Chaa. S. Beaaea, oa tho a BMP WaaalBgtsa's Birthday. All who go may root aetaetd of heviag a —ThebHl tooatfthUoh the eecaiy of which ia to ho formed oat of tor to Btofttaa aad Todd thoSoBftto oa ffridfty. Bass Castrototoho the oeaaty ooat M,0. Tcbnaa, of this oity, lamsmhsrsfshoStato gfthool Board, ia ptooe of Jadgo whcea term had expired. Dr.T. ie a frlead of Momal aohoolo, aad wiU auk* a useful BMBUMTOfthoBofttd. —A eoeiospcaas...

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. — 8 February 1872

OOOKIHGFOOD rof plo.8^^«i«lpl.win!f growth, adverse states would not be so general, and the remedy less sought af- ter ia useless preparations of food which run into expenses. Among working horses the effects of cocked fcod are something marvelous. Colic and indigestion generally, with disease of the liver and kidneys, is are common and fatal ocourroncc. It may be more easily understood to say such prepara- tions are quite unnatural, as tho diges- tive organs are constituted to net upon the most nutritive grains. It is also commonly believed that animals, espec- ially horses, pass much away by the bowels that ought to bo digested and appropriated to the system. This ques- tration of condiments, but in a judi- cious management generally, iu which the peculiar 'features of organization, physiology, geology, inetecrohgy and hygrometrics, play their respective parts and agricultural success will never be certain until theso branohes of science are more definitely acknowledged." acaSfeWi...

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. — 15 February 1872

1 LT! ." THE JOURNAL, P«Ml»hr« very Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINS. to Waahlagtoa A,T«am« »t Ctiapal Street. w. KDITOR AND PK0PUET0B S S I I O N 1WO DVLLARS, PAYABLE JNADTAXVM. Aa titrmOopj ill b»Mnt jrrafiito the getUr •f el«b of fir* Subscribers. A I O A E I S I S 8t«ar«. 1 I 3 Smo. •ol. ST. **, 3 mo 100 17* »*0 321 4Tft 00 TW 1126 1660 Brno. 1 jr. ISO 375 325 47* 700 900 200 s&o 450 695 02* S75 600 625 T60 600 800 1000 1400 1800 2260 3000 3760 4600 7500 1600 22 60 3000 36 00 40 00 6260 76 00 12600 1100 1250 1660 2260 3000 6000 1200 1400 8600 4000 1100 1100 1400 2000 1, t«c*l »ndaoT»rnm»nt»«TtrU»»m»nU,7*c«mt« Mr I I for tip Brit raS. STJ4 a*nts per for W SBMrstosu ft, A •rdartag iaUgalftdwtlMmMtear* ii —Mssaatebls for tht coat of I W UU lom to »»»tetel agTMinaat tocMrgotba«»m« to aaotkor part*. Payment In all oaaaa to and* ia •dvanca or upon tlsllterj of thauiQdaTit. 3. Local Notices, IS cents per ae to transient, ana 10 casta per line to regular, advertisers. 4. Notice...

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. — 15 February 1872

fS* ?J a ii a a 8hf Jft. gtottfl jotmial W. B.MITCHELL EDITOR. Thursday, Feb. 15,1872. S THA O E BRIUOR. Oo Friday, December 22d, 1871, Hon. Geo. Becker, President of thj St. Paul and Paoifio Railroai Coni|X ny, came to St. CloSa to definitely set tle with the authorised oomnmtces of tbo people end the Council with regard to the crossing of the river sod the lo cation of the depot at this place, in accordance with resolution adopted by the Directors of tbe Northern Paci fic After matters bad been reduced to writing, Mr Becker asked some pledge on the part of the people that tbe bonds would be issued as agreed upon when the proper time came, as tbe Company desired to begin opera tions at oooo on (be bridge, and unless then wen some guarantee of good faith, the voters might, after the work had been nearly completed, refuse to ratify tbe bonus, lie said bo would ba per fectly satisfied with a pledge of the honcr of the people. A pledge was, therefore, drawn up, and without at tempting ...

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. — 15 February 1872

ikM tm 'i I -, 1 1 1 I 1 O O A 3STETWS 0«cUl Paper of the cuj. 4V Tk« Clrcalatlo* of Tbe Journal DOTJBLH tl*»t of any other paper tfafcllalMdlm ff •rthcra maaeaota. A4rcrtlHr«reM«»bir tkla. tf»vaao. P. Rowell I Co., 40 Park Row, NtirYork, andS. If. Pattengil)& Co., 87 P»rk Bow, Now tork,_»re the sole of cot for Taa Jovaxat, in that oity, and are »u thorixedto contract for inserting advsrtise m'its for us ot^oaf lowest c»sh rotes. Advertisers in that eity ore requested to OITO their favors with either of the above 9uees. I S O S I I A O A BBAXCn S I 871 WINTER TIME TABLE. 1878 SAIBT CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Olond 8.10 a.m ArriTcat 12.22 ST. PAUL AND ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m CT. CLOUD AND MINNEAPOLIS TRAINS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12.m 8®*Paaeengers going to Minneapolis change cars at St. Anthony Junction. —The M. E. Sociable will meet at Mclntire's to-morrow evening. —Wo have received from Treasurer his report for 1871. Col. the Stat...

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. — 15 February 1872

•wi •. '. ''. ft... I M. '"~V ""-•". ImUaUMtfTht Jitatmai OOVSliB fntat at* any atn«r rnMlakedUn a it a a P. Rowett *Ce,, 4* Park Row. tt«» Tern, Mil 8. M, Pettaagil.ftCo., 17 r*rkE«v,H««Terk, »r*(he note agent far ?«n JOVMU, In that city, taoiiisdteaeAtmtforlns*rtiBgadvertle« etjsuf lowest cask rates. Advertisers in that eity are rtqawted to •tve their favors with either of the above ST. F. RAILROAD BBAXCH S §71 WINTER TIME TABLE. U7t CLOTO TBAUtS. Leave Saint Otond 8.10 «ui .12.22* 5-i.' Arrive at ««»««.«..«»«J ST. »AB AMD ST. CLOUD TRAINS. Leave Saint Paul, ...........8.00 a.m Arrive ........ 12.20 p.m ST. CLOUD A3D MINHEArOLIS TBAIKS Leave Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12.m gfRrPaeeengers going to Minneapolis ehenge ears at St. Anthony Junction. —The M. E. 8ooiable will meet at Col. Melatire's.to-morrow evening. —We have reoelved from Treasurer his report for 1871. "_ —The nasi regularmeeting of the Union Library AssoeJatioa will be held at Mrs. T. O. Aldan's, on Thursday eveniag,...

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. — 15 February 1872

m»:JM *. .13 eesta »ftAMt rt«WO-««»W TO 8TO* 3 TUKtf. From tht Farmers' Union. That's the question. Alsiko and white clover will do it, if you will only sow it. Two pounds will surround a quarter section with a greeu carpet that is as good as water, and then it will spread both ways and so increase the security. Suppose that every one who api haa gone on to a farm on the prairie for the last ten years, had taken tne dollar's worth of whito clover. seed with hem and plowed up a strip eight or ten feet wide on the outside of hie farm, and sr.wcd it and hdubwed it any time before Sept. 15th. Why, sir, it would be the next thing to, if not alto- gether Impossible, for the fire to get un- der such headway and make euchhav among the frontier people, bcoause it would have been Uodet the control of the settlers to check it at *ome of those green lines ol clover that will rot hum in any such way, at anj time of the year. That'a so. I say ht every pa- per in th3 country take it op and urge ev...

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. — 22 February 1872

o- ''"*•."• I eel. •'•. ft 6 I- «K*fcr*fc*jrj Sfeto^wj^giaaE yJWsa^tt ^frMBtewfa** THE ^P5rjftNAi* FiMtsfced every Thiraiay Allen AT 8T. CLOUP.MINN. S W a I A .... a a a S W J- BDITOR AND PRtPKIKTOB. S I O WO DOLLARS, PATABLB W ADVANCE. Aa 8»tr»Copy «ril b* »tntgrati,to ef eleb of Vlre SaUcriUri. the getter A S S S O A E I S I N S«.aar*. 1 aw 8w Sao. 3 mo Smo. 100 1T6 SO 384 47S 600 7 CO 1126 1100 1660 1*0 276 136 476 700 900 1 jr. 300 860 460 636 26 376 600 •36 780 600 800 1000 1400 Is 00 2260 8000 8760 4600 7600 1600 .22 60 8000 83 00 40 00 6260 76 00 13500 1100 1250 1660 2260 3000 6000 1100 1400 2000 1200 1400 2600 4000 1. Ciegel •ndOoTernment&drerUsemental76eenM per iqcnr*forthe lint otertion, and 37 J^ cents per eqnere for each subs :jueut insertion. 3. Atteraeye ordering In legal •drerttsementaare regarded at accountable for the coat of the tame, un law there is a ipecial agreement to charge the name te another party. Payment in all eases to be made in advance or upon deli...

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. — 22 February 1872

fc&e ft. Ctotul faunuiL VT. 8 4 I I I EDITOR Thursday, Feb. 22,1872. A CIIWCIIBK FU E "UlSiO." The corrupt ''UnR" lfa»e \ers'stently made the statement during tho past six weeks that the railroad bridge would htTOiorosaed when it BOW does without •njr boons, and that the $65,000 is heiog thrown away. This statement, like all made by Wait, Clarke, MoClnre & Co., is false, and made because it is false.— The bridge would have been built »t or near the month of Sauk River—where the "Ring'1 would still like to have it built—but for the strenuous anJ untir ing efforts put forth bj a number of public-spirited eitkens of the town, acd despite the opposition, covert and open, of this "Ring." Mr. Beeker received a dispateh from Mr. Moorhead (which we saw) directing him to proceed at onoe and locate the bridge at the mouth of Sauk River unless tho legislation on the issue of the bonds was promptly and satisfactorily completed. It was to prevent this favorable legislation that Wait, Cla...

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. — 22 February 1872

ti*S O A itTB W 3 ••eta) fa.xro.Ue Clt). 4nV»Tlee31r«w.lsmo» ef Tk» S I DOOBLaS that of any •the* p«p« *«MI«k««laJI*rth«raMI*««a«t». Lot Adrertta«rarem*)n*lje» tfcta. a .. e» t^Ow* F. fteveil ft Co., 40 fnrk Row, Nov York, tad S. M. Pett.ngill A Co., 17 Park Rev, Nov Yefk.nretke eel* age*' far la that oily, aad ar* tkorisedte eentraot for In»ertiBgndvertls« a -its for no at sat lowest cask rates. Advertisers ia that city art rtqatittd to •»TO tkoir favors wltk oitktr of tko above faaes. 'WSBmmmmmamss'BssBBBBSBBaa FimVT AIT. »T. P. P. RAlIiBOAJD n*A*oa una- •Tl WINTER TIME TABLE. 187S •AIMT CL0UB TBAIHS. Leave Saiat Cloud 8.10 a.m Arrive at .12.22 p.m •T. TAVl. AID ST. CLOUD TBAINS. LMTO Saint Paul 8.00 a.m Arrive 12.20 p.m T. CLOUD A51 MINNEAPOLIS TKAI.18 Lents Minneapolis 8.15 a.m Arrive 12. Baw^Paseengers going to Uianeapolia kange eart at St. Anthony Junction. —Old papers for sale at this office, Ike dosea or hundred. by tf —Mr. Jee. Young, a prominent citiien •f Maine Prairie, d...

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. — 22 February 1872

aa- TaVativwiaAaua* r* uars.ai BOOMS' a amy atae* papa* s?aklmoaev.ta ffawnawra I I I I W O a a safetae. sWweO 0*.. a» Park tew, New York, I 4 0 17 Perk aWv, Yo«a^are taa eate agent for Jeaaa^tatka«otty,aadareaa thotUodto saatttrtfat ja«ss .••taa^ertlst- W at aa* lewuet Bank s*BBV Ad?ntsm to tab*eity art N ta ••we their favors with either of the abeTe tri MP. P. P. »4ttBOAI» •, ananas BIBB. WINTER TIME TABLE. 187! a*»r CIOCD LMTI Saint Cloud.. 8.10 a,m Arrive at ............12.22 p.sa ST. *AW AID ST. OXOUD TBAXSS. Leave Saiat Paal —........8.00 a.ru Arrive .,«.«-- ...............12.20 p.m IT.CLOUD AJTD MIUHBAPOLIS TBAi.fS Lenta Minneapolis 8.15 a.m 12.m a going to Minneapolia kaage earn at St. Anthony Junotion. —014 papers for aale at thin office, tka dosaa or hundred. tf —Mr. Joe. Young, a proniaent citiion of aseuaa Prairie, died on Monday last. —Oalatpnth night, Clnra, tho young, aatehfldaf Mr. aad lira. 0. H. Alsop, died of dropsy of tho brain. —la* rogalar bi-monthly ooaoort of...

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 February 1872

«*Mi .,. -„,.„ a RHBLTKB:FOR STOCK. All animals need "holier, no matter how mild the ol:m'e Wh rover rain lis, anim ils huul be «d shelter, nil the ftories of thu ia ti emigrants to the ro- tnry nmw thsiand ing. A quarter of a ocnturj ago w« were told tha tie oliiuaio oi VV I.*COUMO aod Minnesota was so very mild iu wiu er that cattle needed no shelter, and wouM gather all they required for food on the prairies and "oak openings." The climate or the ideas of the peoplo have I undergone a wonderful change in these States, and the Elysian Fields of form er days hive been moved further south, or perhaps westward to Colorado, from whence the same kind of nonsense— "no shelter for stock required"—still comes to us in land agents' advertise ments. I have had experience on both sides of the question, and passed nine winters in the mild climate of the West but I have yet to find a place north of the Gulf of Mexico wherein it will not pay a largo profit on the invest ment to erect buildings ...

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 February 1872

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Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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