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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 10 April 1873

«tx£, ». ".'* fcissste:** MAKIXO A BY MAKK TWAIN. Samuel McFadcka WAS watchman io a brnit. lie was poor, but none»t, and hu life was without reproach. The trouble with kiot was that he fait that he was not |j»preciafcd. Hit salary was only lour dollais a week, an! when he asked to have his salary raised, the President, Cashier and Board ut Direr ton glared at him through their spec taelea, and frowned on him, and told him J^J ^«t stop nte *«*lonoe, When he knew business was dull, and the bank could not meet its expenses now, let alone k?iahing one dollar on inoh a miserable worm as Samuel Me* Fadden. And then Samuel MvFaddec felt depressed, sad, and the haughty scorn of the President and Cashier out him to the soul. would often go into the side-yard and bow his twenty* lour inch head, and weep gallons and gallons of teats over his ioaigoifioaDoe, and pray that he might be made worthy Of the Cashier's and Presideut's polite attearioo. One night a happy thought struck him a gleam of l...

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. — 17 April 1873

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. 1. W a to A a tLO.il Ch«|icl w. ^ciaranEiXjTj BDl'COU AND FROPKIKTOB. S S I O N WO DOLLARS,rATABLM IJf ADYAKCM. A» Rx»ra Coajr* ill b« Mat eretM to the tter teeUb of five Seeesrlbers. A E S O AOVBRTISIRO Se.atrf. I 3 Sao. Smo(Smo.| 1 100 1TJ sto 325 476 600 7 SO 1*0 375 32$ 4T5 TOO BOO 8T» 600 83» 750 200 350 450 025 925 000 800 1000 1400 18 00 2250 3000 3760 4500 7600 1*00 2900 3000 36 00 4000 6260 76 00 126 00 1100 1250 1S50 2250 3000 5000 1S00 U'OQ WOO HOO 1400 1100 1134 1«WJ 20OOl 4000J 1. fieael au«iaoTerinn»nt*«TertUenieuts,T»esnts par «ii»r« for the tint iosertiOD, end 37^ seats per iqwu» for ouch sabe quent insertion. «. Attorney! onlnriug tn legal adrertisemecUere re-enled eceounteele for the coat of the ume, on leu there ii a special agreement to charge the ame |0 another party. Payment In all otsea to be mad* in advance orapen delivery of thea*BdaTlt. 3. Loe»l Notices, 16cents per ae to transient,end 10 t...

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. — 17 April 1873

Skrft. €UnA Itfonwl If. I I EDITOR. Thursday, April 17,1878, INDIAN 1US.A O "PfcJACK." Tbe wetk and vacillating pohoj of the government in dealing with tha Modoos has led to a terrible result, but one wholly in keeping with the Indi an oharaotet—the treaehcrou musaoie of Gen. Canby and two of the Peaeo Coamioiiooera. Theee Indiana, after murdering tot tiete, had taken refuge in a natural etreighold, known as tho Lava Bed*, on tho California edge of Oregon, where akimish between then and a email body of troans took plaee in Jannarv. Since then, the military hate been held in eheek wbilo a Peaeo Commission, the birth of that mawkish, sickly, sen* timentalism pervading the East whioh makes an Indian a creature of romanee and an objeet ol adoration, held parleys with the murderers. These dallyinge OATS been absolutely dia. graeeful to the government. On the one side has been inselenoe and on tho other weakness. The Indians refused to make eonoossions, while the Com missioners tried to s...

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. — 17 April 1873

O O A 3STJQWS BajA,U«o.r\ftQweUo,Oo.,*OPArkJiow, Ne# iork, andS. M. PettengillftCo., »7 Par A How, New Yora, arethe agent for TUB JOUBNAI,,in thai city,and areau tnoi-isedtoooatraeifor inserting .dvertisc ine-itsfor us at our lowest oesh rates. Advertisers in to.*tatty are requestou to o*ve tueir favors witu either ot tn« above a. uiu O |*»i»«k l?«bUemcutm.*»A-tim«rm.tataua«ae«ak. A e- a a it MILS. A dt A N A 1 A I S W in a a 1873. ST. PAUL AMD ST. CLOUD—«OMO B0BTH. Leave St. Paul b:UUa. m. A at St. Cloud 12:«» p. U01NO SOUTH. Leave St. Cloud 8:60 a. m. Am?eatBt. l*»ul 1:26 p.m. ST. CLOUD AK1 MSLSOSK—OOIJIQ WBBT. LtaTS St Cloud Arrive at Melrose 12:4e Leave Melrose Arrive at fit. Cloud a B. m. 3:Uo p. u. GOING BAST, 6:00 a. m. 0:40 a. n» I O ConouoAUoaAL.—{Church goutb. of Bavin* bridge. BervuMM iv annua) at luj a. lu. ana 1 p.m. auu ilay SKUOOI at 12 o'clock. l'r»er meeting at in churcu *u Wednesday evenings at 7 o'clock.. Kev Cyrus ficket, Past-r. tteeidence, corner of Weils avenu...

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. — 17 April 1873

-•jiiii -1 ~f'/v O W A A 1 E A W O A CSMP It is bad enough to M» baohelor sew on a burton, but he is tho embodi* ment of grace alongside of a married man. Necessity has compelled expo rifnoe in the ease ot the former, but the latter has depended apon some on* 'else for this service, and, fortunately for the sake ot society, it is rarely he it obliged to resort to the needte him* Mlf. Sometimes the patient wife •©aids her right hand, or ruos sliver «ndw the nail of the index finger of thai hand, aod it ia then the man olntehes the needle around tho neck, and, forgetting to tie a knot ia tho thread, commences to pnt on the bat* ton. It is always in the morning, and from fire to twenty minutes alter thit he is expected to be down street. laya the button exactly on the site of its predecessor, and pushes the needle through on* eye, aod oarefu ly draws the thread after, leaving about tbree iuebeb of it sticking up for lee way. He says to himself: "Well, if women don't ha?e the easiest ti...

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. — 24 April 1873

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINK. a W A a a el W I E UDITOK AND IMtlM'RIKTOK. S O I tWO DOLLARS, fAl'ABLS INADYASCM. A» RxsntCopj»111 be teut gratis to tb* mttor toclub of KiY« Subscribers. A S O A I I a I SqMrf I aw 150 275 8*1 476 3 2 mo. 100 175 260 S'-'i 476 000 710 tol. Biao.j 1 yr. 200 360 450 825 375 600 825 760 eoo 1000 1800 1400 800 22 60 8000 86 00 40 00 6260 76 00 125 00 1100 12i0 uoo 2260 3000 3760 4600 7500 TOO 925 9 00.11 00 1200 ieso 1400 2260 1128(1400 26 00) 30W) 1660, 20(K)j 4000J 6000 1100 1. Legal Knd'loTeraiuentedTertleemeatl.TSeeDU pereqiwre tor th. Bist insertion, mnl 37 J.J csats per •qaere for e.icli subs quant msert ion. 2. Attorney! ordering in legal»dr*rtisement«»re regarded its aceoantwble for the coat of the mine, un less there ii a special agreement to charge the MOM |o another party. Payment lu all cises to be made la adrance or upon delivery of the a'odant. 3. Local Notices, 15 cent* per ao to transient,and 10 eents ...

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. — 24 April 1873

8ltt *t. m*\\A iouraal. W. ttlTOUB I OR. Thursday, April 24,18787 INDIAN AFFAIRS The reports from the Modoe country •re rather vague and unaatistaotory. For several days last week Col. Gillciu's and Uol Mason's ioroes kjpt op a vig orons shelling, advancing tbeir forces under protection of the mortars, with the purpose of surrounding the Indians. The results are not, as yet, fully appar ent. Some of the Modoos were killed and so .were aome of the troops. Some of the band esoaped, while some, doubt- less a majority, are still in the lava beds. Adrioes irom Arizona state that the war there ended on the 6th by the surrender of two of the worst bands of tbe Apaohes. They did not think 01 submission until ovt* two hundred warriors had been killed. A feast was given tlioru, when they promised to ob serve eternal puaoe. It will be inter* esting to observe about how long these promises will be kept. In tbe Indian Territory a pow-wow was held on the 20th of March—re port just published—betwe...

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. — 24 April 1873

t. .ft S j»»A»jrou. »'. tvu* cl & VJO., -4V. i'ale. a a i\e ii iu eete ugetik for i'UJk JDUk!iAI.,IU kU*101t) a Liwriiuuiu a »A vorila*- iu or ua ti u»hh r»tes A a a ii ur re^utmiou *V«J IU«JU i*k»Ol a WHU cUUttl 01 Mid MUOVv •a?" i'U«. A ta« a O .»««,, I .Illt'tUlll'b A 1 1879. W Titua Table 18T3. I FAUL AMD ST. OtOUP—QOINtt BOBTH. L*»v« Jit. 1'aul Arrive ».fciCloud OOI.NO SOUTH. Leave St. Clwuu Arrivtt at at. 1'aul 6:00 *. 01. 12:*5 p. ai. 8:50 a. m. ^o p. iu. ST. 0LuUi A.N1 MaLBOSK—QOIMU WJSST. Leave at, Ciouu Auive MI itttoUose UulNU BAIT, Leave Melroae Arrive iti 01. Cloud 1ZH* |». 01. 8:0u p. iu. «:00 a. 01. b:*v».a. iu it Co»aa*eATHJ.NAL (Cnmclisouth of Kaviue bridge. SarVicee «i aauuaj at io u. iu. auu 1 i. IU. auu day Scnwul al 1J wcluck. ri»«r aueeliua. lUc CUuicUcu MaUueaUay oVulunga at 7 u'uhM*. Kev Cyrus ficaei, i'usi r. stesiutnca, cjiuor of V*tuu aveuao auu L.«k» aired. l*BSaltrTKJUa.v—iCUurch on Kichinund avenue.* e«oi MiU»akUttliu a. iu. WJU ^J p. ui.— BalitMUt ...

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. — 24 April 1873

Domninf'i Rural Aw|(. That thero a difficaltj in trans planting trees, the multitude of oom plaiuta and inquiries which beset as, moat abundantly prove. That it is, on the other hand, a rery easy and sim ple proeess, the uniform auooess ot skillful oultifators, as fully estebli het. The difficulty then, lies, of ooarse, IN a want of knowledge, on the part oi the uoBQoteAsful praotitionsr. *Thw want of knowledge may be stated, brotdlj, under two heads, vis igno Tanee of the organization of trees, and ignoraaoa of the necessity of feeding thorn. The first point is directly the most important, for the Tory process ot transplanting is founded upon it. Sinoe this art virtually consists in re*could moving, by violence, a tree from oi.e spot to aaother, it is absolutely ne.cos aary to know how much violence we may use without defeating the oncta iu view. A. common soldier will, with bis sword, out off a man's limb in i»uch a manner that he takes bis life away with it. A skilltul surgeon, w...

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. — 1 May 1873

THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. if W a to a Chape Street W. I O a E I BMTOR AND PROPRIKTOR. S S I O N WO 9?£ZJ«S, A iABLEIJT ADVAXOM. Am BattraCopywmbe»»ut(?ra««to the getter teelwB of Five S«eterlb«n. A E S A E I S I N Sqeert. 2 3 2ino. SmoiOmo.l 1 yr. 100 ITS 830 160 2T5 3J5 475 TOO 9(H) 200 360 450 625 925 3T5 600 825 T50 sol. 600 1000 8 00|l490, HOOilaOO 1250 2250| 1650 3000 2250 87 60 3000 4600 5000|T500 as 47J 600 TCO 110011650.2000 1*00 2260 30 00 35 00 40 09 6260 75 00 12600 1200 1400 25001 400O| 11 SB uoo 1400 1. to|»l anaoTernmantadv«rtUementt,TSeenM psrsquare for therUst insertion, and o7£eeutsper •quale far ich tuba quant insertion. 2. Attorney* ordering In legaladTertiaementaare regarded aa aeaountablv for the cost of the same, on teis there is a special agreement to charge the same |0 another party. Payment iu all cases to be made in advauee or epen delivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 15cents per »e to transient,and 10 cents...

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. — 1 May 1873

8lw £t. $Untd Journal. I I I 1 UK. Thursday, May 1, 1873. AM UNCONDITIONAL BACK-DOWN. Ry extraordinary efforts made during the winter, Minnesota suoooeded in getting up a tolerable reputation fur cold weuthor. But all endeavors in that line ceased nearly two-months ago. and our State haa quietly anooumbed to the gentle influ-noes of spring. Not so however, with a half-do»ea other State*, East and West. They reserved their forces until April, and then pour ed out storms of saow, hail and sleet, sent pieroiog blasts across prairies and through towns, blookaded railroads, and soitterel death and suffering through their borders. Nebraska sets up thefiercestolaim to being the Arctic re gion of America. An Associated Press dispatch ot last week from Omaha says "Every day brings startling news of the late storm throughout this State, whole families being among the missing. Dead bodies are being recovered overy day, wherever the storm _ragtd with great violenoo." In Dakota, two weeks ago, 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. — 1 May 1873

J* XOOA.JLJ liTJEBWB IQuiioo. r. AoweU& Oo., 40 f»rk Row, Ne# torn, sua 8. M. Petteugiii&Co., 87 Farkliow,New York, art: the tolt agent for Tua Jou*NM,iutu*ioiiy,ttudaroau tnoruedio oontracifor insoriiug tdvertise iu-'iiBivir UB at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers ia thatoity are requested to »v* their tavors with either ul the above a -s*». 4 8 ii a O it ii aaaay jtaaaau. a 4.11a iVortlaeraa Allaaavaulu.. a.«t Adv«rU«ar»t naaaaiiubei **AllJL 4 A A I I A I87J*. W a me a 1 8 7 3 ax. i-AUi, AND at. otoui)—QOINQ HOBTH. Loav* St. Paul Arrive aiSt. Cloud IU. Hi. \2:40 p. U01.NU SOOTH Leave St. Cloud Arrive at St. Paul ST. CLOUD AND MM1.&0SK Leave St, Cloud Arrive at Melrose 8:60 a. 1:26 p. Ul. Ul. QOISQ vrasT 12:46 p. 3:00 p. Ul. Ul. Q01N0 KA8T, Leave Melrose Arrive at M. Cloud 6:00 a. tt:*0.n. Ul. CoKanioATIonAL.—(Church aouth of Bavin* bridge.) Service. ev.ry oauiiaj at iu._. a. IU. aud 7 p.iu. Buu da BvUuoi al 14 o'wuck. Vrajrer meotiug at Ui« cuurvheu Wednesday evenings...

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 May 1873

or under, three other persons occupyi the remainder of the seotion. Nov tew IfeWtMirV- WnVliv^eltrotfp«lrtai0| no laiy traveling alone could bo,—and a whels seotion oosta forty-four dol'ars. It will be seen therefore that a compart meat ID the P. P. 0 is a considerable item io the expenses of the trip. on it as less would be to mislead. And this, observe is in gJd, and does not include any ot the longer excursions— Sonthero California, the Columbia River, Paget Sound all of which fur nish points ot great interest and beaut) well worth an at]diiina' journey to see. —Scrilner's fir Airy. before the plans of this vessel are com pleted. Iu the meantime workmen will be engaged io getting out the ma- terial for construction of the hull. A small woode,n bcretf vessel will be cou structed at the Mare Island Navy Yard. The remainder of tbe number—threu —will be built of iron, specification* of which are now bang prepared and will shortly be publisLed. Tn prioi of tiek*t tu &»n Fiamis oo ...

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 May 1873

•^ffmmt. THE JOURNAL, Published every Thursday Afternoon, AT ST. CLOUD,MINN. Offlcv—Cornt-i a W a a or & C'li»i»«'l S w. BOITOR AND PROl'RIKTOR. S S O S I 1 WO PCllARS,FA TABLE IN ADVANCE. Aa BrtraCopy ill be tvat^ratuto the gelter l» cl«b of iv Subscribers. A E S O 1 A E I S I N Si»arr. I 2 3 2ino. 3 mo Omo. 1 sol. yr. 160 200 3TS 600 1000 UO0 275 350 «00 800 1400 32 60 325 450 82a 1100 1800 3000 475 625 750 1260 2260 3600 700 926 1300 1650 3000 4000 000 1100 1400 2250 37 50 8260 1136 1400 2500 3080 4600 7600 1650J 2000i 4000 500017600 00 1. f,«f*l AD jaovornment»4T*rtU8nieiit»,75c«ni« per square for the ttut insertion, nuil 37JJ eeuts per •qu»r» for »»eh *ubs queat insertion. 2. Attorueyi ordering in legal xdTerUsementaare re«arl«it »s accountakli- for the cost of the umr,nn ItH there is a special agreement to charge the same jo another party. Payment in nil eases to be made ia advanee orapon delivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 15oenta per ae to transient,and 10 cents...

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 May 1873

Slit $x. (Wait* gounurt. VT. I E EDITOR. Thursday, May 8, 1873, arUKHAU AVSKIL ON HAL. A BILL. Gen. Johu T. Averill, Member at Congress Irom this District, having been quite*8f verely censured by the St Paul Press for his vote on the iaoieaav oi bnluv bill, tod specially wiled oo bj th«t paper to give to the pubho the tenons which influenced him ia sup porting the measure, replies in a letter to the Press which is most certainly manly and straightforward aod able,aod makes points which are not very easily answered. He attempts neither to evade nor to shift the responsibility for bis aetioo. Bo says, point-blank, that he "voted for the bill, simply be cause he believed it to be right aud just, and for no other reason whatever, aod was governed by no influence of any kind, ezoept the dictates of his own conscience and judgment." 11 ode nies having been compelled to vote for it in order to secure the passage of the railroad land.grant extension aot, whiob was of such vital interest to ...

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 May 1873

XuOOi^Ia S B. •guUeq,r\ Howell & Co., 4otfaraKow, Ne#i*»ru,\uaS. M. l'«Ueiifcii, 87 ParkRow.New Yora.arethe o(« agent for In* JOURNAL,.a that oity, anu are au taoruedt.o contraoi tor iuaortiug Advertise nv?j..Bfar us at oar lowest oath r»i«8. Advertisers in tuatoitj are requested to o.tve their favors with either ot the above «tsee. 'rft.sjOtrculs.tioa. a a ii a a a a a a O A sr a •Vm". *?Js LiL 4 A I I A A IsVTM. W a 1 8 7 3 ST. PAUL AUD ST. OiOBD—GOING HOKTB. Leave lot. Paul »:00 a. Awiit attot.Cloud 12:86 p. m. a SOOTH. Leav S Clou 8:50 a. A iv at bt a 1:^6 •T. OLUVD AMO MBUtOSK—UOISO WfcST. Leave St, Cloud 12:46 p. u». Arrive at .vu-lruse 8:Uu p. m. GOING CAST, Leave Melrose «:00 a. m. Arrive at M. Cloud b^u a. in CHURCH CONBKISATtoSAL —(Church south of Ravine bridge, Services uv.ry aamu.,) at loVj ». ui. auil 7 y. m. auu ii» (tetaoul at lvi clock. Vrujcr meeting at ltt» church «u Wednesday evenings at 7 o'cluuk. ltuv Cyiua ticket, t'uat r. Keniuoncti, vvtruvr of Weil* avenu...

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 May 1873

I fa i- •m EDITOR WESTtu» RURAL :—I s»* tut long »«o in your p^pet «n ar»icl- o.i pruning tree*. I have t-eon al tbi- work over twenty years, aud some tx periraoo in this may not b# aiuisa ti your readers. I have praotioed pruning at all Ma- son* from April to July, but think th beat time ia in June, tor tbe reason that there ia at this time of the ?e* the new growth ot wood forming, an between the wood and bark ia a gluey substance that will, in twenty-four hours, render the out impervious to tbe weather. A tree trimmed at this time will no* throw out shoots or suckers, but if pruned in April or May, there being a superabundance ot sap, it must fine Tent somewhere, and the consequence is that sometimes shoots or suokerr- will start to such a degree that you eannot 6ee through thorn, and thi- takes the sap that Bfloulclgo to produo blossoms snd fruit, and tbis growil' having to be again out out, it weakens the tree permanently. It aiav seem to many a great wast* ot fruit to trim in ...

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. — 15 May 1873

I 1 "'"'^^V.'^',^:'v-'»$ ?:t^fr.Tr« THE JOURNAL. Finishe every Thursday Afternoon, AT 3T. CLOBD.MINN. W I O 1 J» DRUGGIST a I a S 1DIT0B AMD PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N I WO OQLLASS,PATABLJC llf ADYANCM. Am«K»r»Copj*nib» t»»tgratitto tb* gsttsr te tlwb »f IiT« BasstrlWi A E S O A I S I O S«,«M#. I 1 y». 100 160 ST6 33» 4T5 7CH 900 300 380 450 638 935 375 600 836 T50 000 800 140 32* 4TS 800 1060 1400 1800 2260 3000 87*0 4500 1600 2860 9000 36 00 4000 6M 75 00 12600 1100 1260 1060 2360 30 00 1300 1400 1100 7t O U'JSl 140013500 1100il630i2O0O|400O 6000 7600 1. f.«a»l andt.1overnw.nt»4v.rMxementa,TSo«nts p.r *v»re for the tir.t insartlon, and 37 J^ senta per it for sash subaiqusnt insertion. t. Attorney* ordering in legal ndvertdementi ere r«e«rled actiountable for the tost of then an te is there li a special agreement to charge the fo another party. Payment in all cases to be made la adranee ormpen delitery of the affidavit. 5. Local Notices, 15 cents per ae to transient,end 10 cents per l...

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 May 1873

Site £t. Alalia gouttuil W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, May 15, 1873, I O A N A I 1 I A N W S A dispatch states that on Tuesday the Seorotary of the Interior dcokiod tbat the St. Vinoeat extension of the St. Paul & Paoifio railroad is entitled to the lands in controversy between tln.t company and the North Puciiio com pany it the point where said roads in ternet each ether near Glyndon, Minn. It is now believed tbat the St. Vinoent •nd Brainerd branohes of the St. Paul and Paoifio railroad will be oonstrnoted this season, as the uncertainty concern ing these lands—some two hundred and fifty thousand aores—was the main dif ficulty in the way of securing the means necessary for the prosecution of the work. The building of these lines would be of very great benefit to North ern Minnesota and to St. Cloud. I I N I N S A O N A I I E I E S The steamer Tigress put int» Robert's Bay, near St. Johns, Newfoundland, last week, having on board nineteen sur vivors ot Ca.pt, Hall's Arotio expeditio...

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 May 1873

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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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