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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 29 April 1869

Delinquent Tax List or MONONGALIA COUNTY, For 1867 and 1868. O.citfr. Description. See. Town 120, Jiangs 38. C. J. Moats ue se 9 Same Lot 3 9 Same sw 10 Harry Barber 5 ao ue corner 19 David Campbell Lot 2 20 James Campbell Lot 1 20 A Sperry Lots 3 & 4 22 Thos. Wheeler ne 22 A. W. Fredeaburgh Lot 2 26 Same Same £mnderson Same Same Same B. C. Benson Same Same Same SW ne se ne se nw Harrey Qripman Same Same Same Steel Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Lot 1 S Drinkland Gilbert Edwards Same Same Same John Sands Same Same Eugene Wilson Same Jesse Martin Same Same Same George Denis Same Same Same Lather Moore Same Same Same W Sperry Same Same Same Town 120, Range 34 Eleihew Ashton Lots 2 & 3 Thomas Darling Francis Arnold Forsythe sw sw Same Lot 4 Arnold ne S Forsythe se Adams Lots 1 & 2 6 E Ashton Lots 1 & 2 11 Woodcock ne 11 Same Lot 3 11 Same nw sw 12 Same Lot 1 12 Jorgenson nw 14 Ualverson nw 14 W Als se 14 Henry Jesting se 14 Same John Erickson Samo Erick Peterso...

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. — 6 May 1869

1 THE JOURNAL. tnbllslicd eTOiy Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O nee—Corner of W a in to Avenue nail Chapel Street. "W. IB. I E EDITOB AND PBOPKIKTOR. SUBSCRIPTION rirO DOLLARS, FATABiB IX A,, Kxtra Copy will be *°t ",,r VVKS O AOVKRTIS1NG. 3 JUWA 1 100 17o 3 150 gi'6 3^j 4 75 100 UOO 2 uiu. per ...lu^e for the Brat regarded W reference., 3 mo. I OOOl 1000 8 00J14 00 UOO, 1S00 00 3 74 5 00 0.25 7 JO 12 00 UOO J5 00 10 00 47J lv0 4. Notice ot death pimple ^uoau obituary notice*, 6 cent, per 506?eAU*poU«C«a,roUBle«» Vt Of allkiads, plain or colored, executed uu*hor,ti°? Ilea, in tae beat rtyle.aad at St. Paul **^*2™ ing done in German aud Norwegian, aa well as »us lUa, aud warranted to give satisiactiou. PilYSICIAN.SURGEONotACCOUCHEUR 5 T.CLOUD, MIA'X. OiBcein Alden'sBrickbailding,Wasbingtonaveuu sidonc, Richmond-Street opposite Wright'. Fer examining Surgeon for Pensions. KegularofflcehourslOtol and 2 to 4. v9 W. MBLTRCHARD, W. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Office orer Pickit &...

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. — 6 May 1869

fcagihaaa 9 ft* «tmut iomnrf W. I E EDITOR. Thursday. May 6, jgejjT A S S A S O I BOA OS Ik if with extreme gntifieetion that we report this week the passage of the proposition giving bonus for a first* class hotel. The inducements an now strong for somo capitalist to come in and take hold of the work. There is enough local business to make a good hotel pay, without considering the pat ronage of tourists, invalids and parties from abroad coming on business or pleasure. Addiog to this the bonus of twelve thousand five hundred dollars presents an opportunity for a paying investment such as is seldom found. But this mueh may ai well be said now as ever. No person need apply who does not know how to "keep ho tel." As our people are disposed to be liberal, they are also exacting astothejust character of the hotel for whioh they •re giving this aid. It must be first elsas in everj particular. I is this kiud of hotel whioh is demanded, it is this kind which m\\ pay, and it is this kind onl...

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. — 6 May 1869

I lfaSr We icouid respectfully request all men and otlert wishing any kind of Job Printing, eoJJ ani examine our X(MIH' jtoc* of New Material, Just received row the east, before tending to St. Paul or joing elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the bestin the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint Paul prices. 4 9 a a a O E I a »»y a A a N a a a a W is A ii of Job printing, inEng sh, Airman or Norwegian, executed at his office. Send in vour orders. GOOD TIM.—We now receive our Chica go dailies on the evening of the next day after they are published. TRAIN.—A government train of twenty fonr six-mule wagons has been encamped on the opposite side of the river for a num ber of days. B. GOODS.—Burbank & Co. are busi ly engaged in sending off teams loaded with Hudson Bay goods, which are now arriv ing in immense quantities by rail. Bust —Our teamsters are kept busy now hauling new goods fr«m the depot. Big stocks are being brought in this sea son....

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. — 6 May 1869

Delinquent Tax List OF MONONGALI A COUNTY For 1867 and 1868. Oviur. Description. Sec. Town 120, Hang* S3. C. J. Wants ne se 9 Same Lot 3 9 Same sw 10 Harry Barber 5 ao ue corner 19 David Campbell Lot 2 20 James Campbell Lot 1 20 A Sperry Lots 8 & 4 22 Thos. Wheeler ne 22 A. W. Fredenbnrgh Lot 2 26 Town 121, Range 33. 0 Wassen Soholti Same uw ue ue se sw se se .i se sw se ue sw uw se se se sw se ue se se ne sw ue se ue se uw Same Same Emndersoa Same Same Same B. C. Benson Same Same Same Harvey Gripman Same Same Same Same Steel Same Same Sacue Same Same Same Same S Drinklaud Oilbert Edwards Same Same Same John E Sands Same Same ne se 28 nw se 28 se se 28 nw sw 32 sw sw 32 nw be 32 sw se 32 ne sw 52 se se 32 se nw 32 sw sw ne sw nw sw ne nw nw nw se nwq sw nwq ne sw nw sw Same Eugene Wilson Same Jesse Martin Same Same Same George Denis Same Same Same Lather Moore Same Same Same W Sperry Same Same Same Se sw sw sw Town 120, Range 34. Eleihew Ashton Thomas Darling Francis Arnold Lots...

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. — 13 May 1869

0 V- --it I JOURNAL. Mllafcei etery Thursday Afttriooi AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. 0 W a a I lto 1T» S»0 a as 471 •00 TW a N A a a a S W)IT0» AND PROPMBTOR. 9 BVBSGRIPTIUN 0 DOUMO, rATABUSDfAOVASCS. An Ultra Copy will be scat 0™** he ItlVKS O A W **w 1 3 4 3 mo. 3 74 »K 9 3 mo. 00 00 1100 13 40 1«40 3360 30 00 ft«00 6 mo 1000 a 74 iii 47ft TOO •00 113ft aw 340 440 3ft uoo 1400 *)00 a a Bdf«rUt**MBt« 0. Straagars pay loey reference*, ,7 0 eraU wm N W S a S S S 3 3 »fc ess*. •o a~*«r f*J *2!2?*J[ u"aSutlt. J. Local 1 0 a w»«»«ii •«4io Scats owUMto t««to».«*fg!y, •01»XM7MlMMt »W.I'IM "°II8M MorAttp«ltlMl.Nll«lMi etetaer aottoaa,* teats O I N I N Of »Ukte4i, pW«oreetoted,executed on»hort BO t.ebeetetyle,««datIt.*"» lii done in German and Norwegian, well aa Bog Hah, and warranted to giva satisfaction OSCAR TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW 8fi CLOUD, MINNESOTA. O WATl. CHAS. D. HAYS & KERR, A O N E S AT LA W ST. CLOUD, MINN. «V«« WawAiajrfoa Avenue—fomerlu Moore $ Kerr's. a»w*a» o. w».s.*oo* HAMLIN &a...

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. — 13 May 1869

I .. *lfl (i) mm* to MU fftotttf |mroal W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, Hay 13,1868. OOMPUBTIOir or HK PACI N A AOAD. On Monday tbe last spike, a golden one, driron by a silver hammer, fasten ed to its placo the rail whichfilledtho gap in the two parts of the Pacifio Railroad. The telegraph was so ar ranged that the strokes ot the hammer were heard all over the land. In man titles the fire alarm telegraph wires Were oonneeted with the main line and the belle rang simultaneously with tho tape of the silver hammer. There were immense processions and great re joicings in Chicago, St. Louis, New York, San Francisco and others of tho huge cities. This great work, commenced in thecarries season of the nation's troubles and poshed forward with wonderful rapidity, has at length been completed, uniting the tew oceans, and the commerce of the old world and the new. It ma well be the nation's glory—let us bobut wise that it does not become tfce na tion's oppressor. A single great line stretchin...

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. — 13 May 1869

I I ..-««- O A IsTHTWg and otfor* MV Printing* 0 a a*d examiH""tr Uensivsstoek -V«» Jfartna/,yw«« Mt «««, before eending Fail prices. Is DOOBLB UM.S *»^MIS.MeUw ?.«•/••*.*•« reaneaawoi tMa. W .l,«fA*r*. 0«r 7o6 is now one .ke bestin the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at Saint roT orncB* AB*IYAI. A» D«»ABTt7*« Of A I St. Paul and way stations—departs at 8 A«ri«**atU».M. Mailoloaeeat7A.il. 8^Centre\out.-D*P»' daily, NOD day*e*c«pted,at6A. M. Arrrre same daysatOr.ii. MaUc.osoaat7r.it. Crow Wing Route—Ifcpwttdadj, Mondays excepted, atftA.M. Arrttes,samn days, 6 Mail doses at 7 ». M. Forest City and Way—Arrive* Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at Jut. De parts Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7* A. M. Mail doata at 6 A. Fair Baron and Way—Arrives each Fri day at 10 A. M. Departs same day at 2 r. ». Mail closes at 1 »•*. Two Rltew and Way—Departs each Mon day at 7 A. n. Arrives on Tuesday at 4 ». M. Mail closes at 6 A.M. 8t. Augusta—Arrives Wednesday and ...

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. — 13 May 1869

-.-v v* bavt the door partially closed, so that ho should depend upon his ear lor aknowl tdgt of the movements within the loom and when the doctor had loft aaedioines and directions, thera was to prospect of rest lor hor who had assun •d all the offices ot nurse. When she attempted to remove the clothing of her patient, she resisted. I am going away somewhere whon these dreadful men leavo. Do you think they will catch Eugene Ob, I shall hate him forever. If he had not taken my money, I could pay them to :o sway, and could go to him. No, no, hat* him. Do you think Maggie, it was the money he wanted Oh he made me get so much. I got Mathew's eheek book. He wrote hU name, and I went to the bank and got the money. Oh, se much, I bouih'. things, jewel ry and lace, and had them charged to Mathew, and be put them all in his pockets. I wanted to carry my jewel ease, but he said if wo got into trouble be could take better care of it. Do you think he intended to leave me, or did you chase him ...

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. — 20 May 1869

I !i foiufcl erwj Thiriity Irm* AT 8T. CLOUD, MINN. O avesme Chapel vv^3B. 1 4 1 ^CrrOTT"RTT iT# aorroa ANO rawaiBTOR.^,. S S I I O N TITO DOLLARS, PA^ABLMJKiOrASOP' Am Batra Copy wttl of ft da of rWe Subaerlbara it vrKs or A O I W Sque 1 1 W 1T6 1 140 74 Si4 474 TOO •00 aw 010. Soio.i0mo 600 »00 UOO 13*0 1660 2640 200 3 40 440 626 676 60 0 626 60 0 6 aw Sift 474 00 76* 1000 UM 1400 •MOO 4006 sTLocal Notice*, 16 ceele per Vina to trauelent, ad 10 cent* per Uae »o regular, edreettMra 4. Notice obituary aol 60 C6DU. 6. AU poUttcal, relltfena or other notice*, 5 cent* £uc**?«W^ lta«-^ A ocial piece adTerUeementa to bo inserted at a S 6. S in must pay la adtance, or g»»e aatlMac •ory O I N I N ejUBUcta, tt!aa*«c««reA,*xecai*l 0 tio-Ti- St .Paalprie* rrta* *»a* la Oerman and Norwegian. 66 Wall 11 H«V»»*w»rraat»4toftw»aU»B»ctioB, OSCAR TAYLOR, A O N E A A W fS( CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 0 0 A A S CBAS. D. ms HAYS & KERR, A O N E S A A W ST. CLOUD, MINN. i'. 'I Cyfe« jrosAueotoa Avn«« —formerh...

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. — 20 May 1869

Wto SfU €UU §0ttwwl W. I EDITOR. Thursday. May 20,1869. "HUB OK AMD lMDCm Of GOOD TCM* PLARS. The Grand Lodge of this State held ita Annual Session at Owatonna, com- menciog on Tuesday, the 10th, eeedinga harmonious. The following offioers eleeted for the ensuing year: o. w. T. p. O- Bowdlsh, Cottage Grove, o. W. C. Mrs. MM* J. Mayhew, Austin, ©. W. T.T. Wm. Bentley, St. PMl.e. W. 8. A. Yorhees, Stillwater, O. T. The platform adopted is as follows: Jtmlsid, that we, theOread Lodge of I. O. O. T. of the Stat* or Minnesota, In Grand 1VH1*-» assembled hereby acknowledge our dependence apoo God Mid obligationstothe CMS*of huuuuii ty. Abuts d. That im view of such responsibility, we have constrained to take issue wi upholders of the soel destroy lag traffic in alcohol. Jtsse.saa That we bold that the manufacture and Ml* of Intoxicating liquor* aa a beverage ia every where a public injury and should be held a* a public OTlSM. sTststsiif, That a prohibitorytew,&r reaching in ita provis...

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. — 20 May 1869

IUOOJLLJ 2STBTW3 We would rttptm/uUy rwfual it and elksr* ojisaenf Jon rrlMtlif, MI» tout tie os/ore Fail frtcet* A etwEtleeuaawuaou***' rotT ovrica* W /otngtlttwhore. Our Job Ofitt new on. the imi* tkt State, ws wjll/Mnuifw o»««««K/"«e«^y» -*8»«»» 40. h« OlcrataUM «r Tate la DOVIUI a***** ABMVAl A»» OF MAttS. St. Paaleod way 8tatlona--d«pMte at 8 Sank Centre route—Departs «u7» M. 0 ela»oeieepted,et6A. *. Arm. HMtract. SJIl6V.il Mailoloeeeat7».ii. CiowWiag B«al^-JHpM«»/WJ. Mondays excepted, et 6 A.«. Arrives,same days, •t6r.li. MaUelosesat7».M. Forest City Way—Arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday, At De parts Tuesday, Thursday an* Saturday, At 7 A. M. Mall tHM» Fair Raven amd Way—Ajrlvtf oaeh Fri day at 10 A. v. inputs some day at 2 r. *. Mail closes at «. Two Rivera aad Wny—Daportf. each Mon day al 7 A. M. Arrives oa Tuesday at 4 ». x. Mail closes nt A. M. St. Augusta—Arrives Wedaesday urday, at 1 *. *. Depart! same dAy» at 2 r. Rookville—On Saturday, same hour as above. 8ank Rapid...

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. — 20 May 1869

unm^mm*'BBg*K**atlWIW»*!fr nrtnwaiMii of th* most affecting and most important BOSOM de«ori«d in th«Biblt, tMnetjired under tie splendors of ori wtal night Sodom and Kgjpt, Boe aheba and Babjloa, Carmolaod Gilboa, Olivet and Kmmaut, Joraaaltm and the eaa of Galilee, have each, by night, been witnesses of the power and glory of the omnipotent Jehovah. The author of "Night Scenes in the Bible" has followed the shadow of night across the- landscape of divine revelation, and grouped together the saered scenes which are made awful or impressive Ly the mantle of darkness. He has succeeded in bringing to light "new and beautiful gems from the mine of bible truth," and bar produced a delightful volume. The leading cler- gymen of the country have giren it their most cordial approvalas a "oharm* fog" and "instructive" work. The style in which it is published excels anything it has been our privi lege to examine. The steel engravings by the first artists of the country are perfect "genu of art...

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. — 27 May 1869

msmmsmmmmmm THE JOURNAL. Published Thursday Afternoon AT ST. OSaee-Coraer of WastoiBg*«»» 1 1 SDITOR AND PaOMUWO*. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLAXS, PATABIS OT kDTANCS. Aa Ultra COM w»» Squa' regarded eceoa»»»»»"_.. 0 up of a cle* eritte 8ub*rtt»er.. RATBB O AOVBRTIBlHC» too. a 7» 6 00 esft 7 60 1200 1400 1600 col 3 mo. 000 800 1100 12*0 1060 2360 3000 6*00 mo. 1W 14 0 30 0 X74 3M •2S0 315 W 3ift 474 «2» 4W »Q0 1000 1400 MOO 2260 3000 37 50 4600 TtOO SIM 000 UOO TW 1400 .U00 1WO|2000|4000 15 Ot 226 300. 350l 40 Ot 6iftt 75 Oi USOt 4 », uv ,«»ule» adWlUSeT.. bltoary notice*, 5ceatt ot other notice.,ftcat 50 cent*. 6. AU political, roligiout S "sp^lpUe. .d,.«tl.»*.ut. tnMr,ed tory references. ^__ O I N I N IUh.«d warranted tosi" »eti»hctioi».. OSOAR^TAYLORT^ ATTORNEY AT LAW, ST. CLODD^ MINNESOTA. H. L. GORDON, ATTORNEY' AT LAW, Office over Mink of St. Cloud, ST. CLOUD, to a. BATS. •»WAB» 0 IAMU3T. MINNESOTA. CHA8. D. I A S & E A O N E S A A W IT. CLOUD, MINN. #/u« e» irMAt»y'o» .Irene)*—f...

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. — 27 May 1869

9 SH. €hnA §pwctuft •ao W. si MITCHELL. EDITOR. tfhunday. May 27,1868. "•UAGAIUET AKRL.YK." la tht nut km* will be conoludtd Hn. SwiMbelm's story, which has been Motived with general favor. Wo will then eommenoe the publication of ehararing tele, "The Rich and Poor or Mr. PercivaTs Mite Society," whioh will occupy some six or seven numbers. It is from the pen of a lady who has given a number of beautiful productions to the literary world. We can promise that it will be a story of more than ordinary interest New sub scribers should tend in their names at •net. AM OCTLKT W» LAKE etJMaUO*. On the first page will be found an article from the Toronto Globe, occasioned by the departme of a party of emigrants from Canada for the Bed River Settlement via Lake Superior and S Clond. It recom mends the adoption of the route to all who want to reach the Selkirk Settle ment, as the cheapest and most direct Here are presented additional reasons tor the early construction of the railroad from St. ...

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. — 27 May 1869

WMtmnmWmuSm .: fU .aV^M- ."fr* »\L IJOO-A-I 1S W S IPs W«KM respectfully request all men and others withing any kind Job Printing, to call and examine our entio etee* of New Material, just received rom the east, btfort tending to St. Paul or 6ingelsewhere. Our Job Office is now one 0/ the bestin the State, and we do work which we willguaranttetobesatis/actory, at Saint Paul prices «*. Tke ciresUatlo* of *v««r»«l is it E UMU of a .kll.fc.-ai- ."*• A wwextloexswaaenaMe* POST orricBt* A A AX DXrAXTURX O MA1I.S. 3t. Paul and tmy«taUm--««ttM• J««| A.M. For St. Paul, 1 P.M. Nails close MB« hours. Arrives at 1J mod 7 P. *. Sauk Centre route-Departs deiy, Mon days excepted, et6 A. M. A same days at 6 ». M. Mail closes at 8 r. M. Crow Wing Koute-Depwtsdaily, Mondaya excepted, at 6 A.M. Arrives,*ame days, at 6 P.M. Mail closes at 8 ». M. Forest City and Way—Arrivee Monday, Wednesday and Friday. at 4 r. M. De parts Tuesday, Thursday an* Saturday, at 7* A. M. Mail closes at 6 A. M. Fair Haven a...

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. — 27 May 1869

-SSw O S O A O I E I it JrAts ika Toronto Globe. The Algonwon a her late trip Saalt S Mine carried nineteen passengers route for the Red River Settlement. They were transhipped into an Ameii ean steamer at the Sault, by whioh vessel they are to be conveyed to Superior City, at the bead of the Lake. Being provided with their own wagons and horses or oxen, they design to travel over the common road oi tho country to St. Cloud, and from thenoe, by the tracks of the Red River cart?, to Fort Garry or its neighborhood. One man had a family of nine with him. We have no doubt that this is, at present, the cheapest route to the Selkirk Settle ment, and, if generally adopted, it way he for the interest of one or other of the Canadian boats to run tc Superior City aotil our own route is opened. The deck fare from Collingwood to Superior City is about $12 for an adult, and for eaeh bono and wagon about the. same After landing at Superior City the only question is the cost of (raveling by a ommo...

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. — 3 June 1869

tiblishecl every Thursday Afternoon AT 8T. CLOUD, MINN. oaM-Cwmw e* W«u*i»*:*-» •Bel CH»F«1 Street. XDITOB AND raOMMSTOB. 8UBSCIUPTION An Batra Copy will l« WSJ™** Soaare. 1 1 ta of a club oT Vive Subseribere. •Pi It&TBS OV A I I I I I I 150 8w 300 60 450 636 34 «»0, »T5 00 34 3 mo. Of 800 1100 1310 1«40 3350 3000 ••00 I 174 aw mo. ais T5 TOO •00 2000 1 aad Government adverUsemeatsi .T» cent* a the «r»« »neertk», OSCAR TAYLOR, A O N E A A W 8T. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. H. L. GORDON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofiet over Bank of St. Cloud, 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 1 0 I HATS. CIAS. D. HAYS & KERR, ATTORNEYS AT AW ST. CLOUD, MINN. 0Mee Wathington Avenue—formerly Moore $ Kerr'*. n«u»«.uuo. wa. s.eoe*a HAMLIN ft MOORE, ^A-TT,ORNEYS AT LAW, IT. CLOUD, MINN." OmooowfMeibroeh's Stare. W O I N S A O N E A A W ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. B. HOWELL, (Zatee/Me Omeral Zand Qfict,) ATTORNEY AT LAW. OSHUUAP, MIIKBK Co., MlK». Special attention to oases coming before Local U. S. Land Officer and the General Land Of...

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. — 3 June 1869

I yi---..:- Vht 31 (SMA 0untat W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, June 8, I860. •HAU WIS I1AVB A NOKTHKKIf PA CIFIC KAIbROAll Tlw St. Paul Press, referiug to the speech of Mr. W. B. Ogden, of Chi oago, made at the Cooper Institute, New York, on the Northern Pacific Railroad—the outline of which was given in last week's O N A n tires the opinion that Jay Ouoke & Co., the agents of the road, will not be able to borrow upon upon its land "an amount sufficient to ensure its continu ous construction throughout from Luke Superior to the PaciGe." This leads it to tho scheme which inspired the arti cle, via., that the Northern Pacific, instead ot commencing at Lake Superi or, shall have its beginning at the ter minus of,the Main Line of the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad on the western boundary of the Stato. The Chamber of Commerce, or certain mem bars of it, were struck with the same brilliant idea some time since. W then took occasion to refer to and de-a nounce the scheme. I acquires no new dig...

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. — 3 June 1869

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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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