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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 12 May 1870

gisr^i a Jft. aCfaujtf f0»yn»t W. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, May 12, 1870 ACQWITTAL O MCFAIil.AND. On Tuesday, after an absence from the Court Room but a tew minutes, the jury acquitted Daniel MoFarland charged with %tho The crime committed by Richardson and for which he died is like that of MoFarland forbidden by God and man, it was committed boldly, coolly and de liberately, it was the result of an un holy, unrighteous passion and is without justification. And in the same cate gory can be placed the act of McFar land, who just as coolly and deliber ately sent his victim into eternity with out a moment in which to plead with his Maker for the salvation of his soul. A jury of his peers have declared him not responsible for his cowardly assault: and publicopinion applauds the verdict, but if Daniel McFarland should live a thousand years, all peace-loving, law abiding and honorable men will declare him guilty of continut 1 ill treatment to his wife, of threats to beat and strangle 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. — 12 May 1870

fSEUUVB^snuunsnl LOCAL utinttt »M)i and otAtrs wM*i»y any AM»C* 0/ Job Prlntllf, ea« and «xoiuirt«our mUnantttock »/^«w Material, justrtetived from the Batt, before tending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now o»# 0/ the beet in the State, and we do work whieh we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Price*. —rial Paper of the City. a f»iw of Monongalia coaaty The ClretOaUsm a* Tfce Jo«r»«u IfDOOBM tkat at mmy aUM* smallsfce* a lTwrtfcena Mh»wrt»r I« A*r«rU—ma raimktr tkU. 9 All kinds ofJob Frinting, in Eng sh, Germs or Norwegian, executed at this offioe. Send in your orders. Foa SALE.—A buggy, at J. C. Winslow ft Co.'s shop, on Richmond avenue. LOST. —A moss agate sleeve button. A liberal reward will be paid .he finder upon leaving it at A. W. Bush's store. MARRIED.—lathis city, on the 11thlows: inst., by City Justice Barnes, Mr. JOBS CHRISTB» to Hiss MART GILS, both ot Stearns county. BOARD or EDDCATIOH.—The Board held its annual election of officers on ...

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. — 12 May 1870

I, doubting, unhappy'' She stopped shore there was a found, window opening overhead, and Fontaine's voice cried out, ''Catharine! irhere are you aiprudcnt child." Catharine answered quickly, "Yes, mon ami, I am coming .•{ Long afterward she used to hear tbe voice calling, although sometimes at the moment she so ireely heeded it "Seine, you are not angry," she sai^, "Angry! ni, indeed," said Reine, bar solt, pathutio tones thrilling through tbe darkness. "One other thing I came to tell you. 1 shall go into re treat on Wednesday. Will you go up and visit PetHperc one day daring my absence "Oh, Heine, are you really going," •aid Catharine, to whom it seemed a terrible determination. Heine thought little of it. She had been before with her mother to the convent of the Augustines at Caen. Impatient, sick at heart, vexed with herself, the girl longed for a tew days of rest and prayer in a place where the rumors aud anxieties of tho world wonld only reach her as if from a fai distance. In ...

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. — 12 May 1870

to C- **r+**r*****&:* I, doubting, unhappy'' She stopped shore there a aoand, a window opening overhead, and Fontaine's voice cried out, "Catharine! where are you aprudont child." Catharine 1 answered quicklj, -"Yes, mon ami, I am coming .!J Long afterward she used to hear tbe 'voice calling, although sometimes at the moment she soiroely heeded it "Reine, you are not angry," she sail1, "Angry i, indeed," said Heine, her soft, pathetic tones thrilling through the darkness. "One other thing I came to tell you. 1 shall go into re- treat on Wednesday. Will you go up and visit l'etitpere one day during my absence?" "Oh, Heine, are you really going/' •aid Catharine, to whom it seemed terrible determination. Heine thought little of it. She had beeu before with her mother to the convent of the Augusttnes at Caen. Impatient, sick at heart, vexed with herself, tho girl longed for a tew days of rest and prayer in a place where the rumors and anxieties of tho world would only reach her as i...

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. — 19 May 1870

fc 4 i» antra win E of A da of rive Subscribers. JO col 3 25 71 sou T»a luw Ml. CLOUD a •.V»-.T?.— cjrrrft'-W". THE JOURNAL. nbllshedarery Thursday Afternoon AT ST.CLOUD, MINN. W a a a am A a a a a a Chape Street. VT. I O I BDITOB AMD W O O I SUBSCRIPTION I S alamo..* 1 tool 1 109 ITS 4 ltoo 1400 it 00 SI 50 3000 3150 4500 TBOO sin l'Ssf tOO «7»f 000 330TT-0* 3 0 8 00 323 430 333 1100 473 625 7 50 U50 7 00 025 U00 1»50 903 1100 1400 2850 1123 1400 2300 3000 1330 3000 4000 5000 5 4 a 4O0« 1»0° 1. Utx* 1-»«IC»or*fQmentadrertlaeBMntS T$ OtaM •rs.fi ice rr the lint insertion, end 37), cents iuairefjriubiequeatlnssrtion. _, ___.__,, J. AUornoysjrderingiu Iegal.»dvertleeB»enteere og*rJ.»,l as accountablefor the cost of the same, un thereIsajpeolal egreemeattook«8»,tne ansae ujtbjr parly. InallenaeetObe aiada a »lv*io» ir ui.m delivery of theaSdavlt 3. Loc*\ Notices ,15 cents par line to transient, ml 10 )aau periiae tor ogular,advertisers. Special Xoticaj, 23 per cant additional to regula...

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. — 19 May 1870

^._i m. $t:Mm& Thursday, "Majr,Ji]&i CJ E 1^.u"B MIT Gjjf E 1.1,,: £Ija•y 0R^,*& M*n3 ill uli OUR thanks are again duel L. W. Collins I6r taking odkorial charge oi THE JOURNAL Hit mini agement of the paper during the past six weeks has given abundant evidence ot his ability thvt dMco^on^ft^cwe MII-I IIIW are.Qonfident has giten satisfactionSt tOTi-ELi- its readers. •ba A Washington dispatch" of file 16th says the Northern Pacific Bailroad Cowpauy hay* *ejei\ since the fierce contest in the Home, to submit the amendments Qf the annate joint relation. Xhe House committee meet for that purpose on Tuesday. One of these anieui'menU will probably r«rrkt the sale of the lends to actual settlers, and name a stated price. Another wilt be tt saving clause that the government is no was an endorser of tho .mortgagee it is proposed to issue." T?-".,* to EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE, PHIU.DKI.PHIA, April 19, 1870C DEAH JOURNAL.—It is impossible to wear} of the grand scenery along the line...

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. — 19 May 1870

usineaa men and other» wishing any kind of J"0» Prlmtlng, to call and examine our Meniioestoek of Now Material, just received from the Matt, before sending to St. Paul or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beet in the State, and we do wort which we will guarantee to at Saint Fail Prices. be eatisjactory Mlcial rapt* if City. •Metal raper »f Maaaagalla Ctaaty «r~TM« cinalMt a or Tfc« la DQVBUB tmnft of oaf siller pablUhad a WemtMwm HiauMMta. hat Advertiser* reaweanbcr tki». faT* All kinds of Job Printing, in Eng BO, Qerna or Norwegian, executed at his office. Send in your orders. CBOPS.—The spring wheat looks well. Crops of all kinds are in the ground. DmjMB.—On Tuesday A. P. Shippey and "another follow" were fined $5 each by Justice Barnes for drunkenness. TauoaANL—The Northwestern, which at present terminates at this place, is to lo pushed forward at one* to Crow Wing, and perhaps farther. CBOWDXD OUT.—A number letters wars unavoidably crowded out last week, aad as t...

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. — 19 May 1870

Ve$£is the woven pir^a9tpf:ri^i k. aad differs from ordinary silk .rfjfetie fabrics in having a closeoshort. shag threads on the outside, which gires it' a fine, soft nap. It is..said that wo jire indebted to the'Italians, for the inven tion of'this beautiful cloth, and that it was manufactured fint in Italy, in the thirteenth century. The chronicles of Spain' would appear to dispute this claim, as they bear record that Ike Arabs, soon after their conquest of that country, and nearly two centuries ear lier, displayed, velvet hangings and velvet rugs in their palaces and public buildings. The production of velvet for a long series of years was confined to Spain and Italy, and its introduction into other parts of Europe progressed slowly. During the sixteenth century, the process cf making velvet became known ia Fiance, and few years subsequently the material was greatly improved, both ia texture and richness. Thenceforth it rapidly grew in favor with the wealthy people, and soon afte...

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. — 26 May 1870

5 1 St. THE JOURNAL. Pa»Hi2i3.lJVd$'j Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. or W a A el S W. IB. I I O I I E I EDITOR AND PltOSJlIETOR. S S I O ira IOLL*JW, p-»ra/»i£ or AXHUJTC*. W 4 be«ntflW.. to litf Bin* a..la/.»lt..»i-n clu. oKJvjTr FIT O Subscriber at? .1 E S O I S O a w.Juio. iwU»75 550 00 450 024 625 7 50 925| 12 00 11001 11.00 uoohssoo 20301*000. 4 C. col 8" »me: 1 in! 1 accouotablofor the cost of the wme.nor e7i thereU-jpecUl .igroement to charge the same a..- ..arty, faymaat itta^lcwes to 0,0 made .rfif,»»tfJ ttyau delivery of the affidavit 3 f,.al Mtioo»,l5ooat8 por lino to transient, ill I) tjiit.-uior.inotuosular.idvertisers. Special Noticoi, 25 por cent adiUtiotval to regular rates. 4. Noticooi loath simple kunoaucementJ i&ienta Uuarynotices ,5 eut per I iuo marriage notices i. .vlljJUtical,-eUs lousorotUornotlceg or line. 8. cUljUoetaldoutTlo:olnmii tdvorttseiuoats i»e un.u-to.1 at ratessigreod upon. \'jarly klv.Ttiseistopay.iiiartorly. Oi. Jtrtagersm utpay In i...

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. — 26 May 1870

mimi^mmt 8bt JR. ®to«* gowttuil W. MITCHELL. EDITOR. Thursday, May 26, 1870. REASONS W THE! BOND BILL SHOULD E VOTED BOIVN. The bill for disposing of tho Five Hundred Thousand Acres of Internal Improvement Lands by exchanging them tor a part of the old Railroad Bond?, has had a general discussion, and the people doubtless understand fully the points at issue. The elec tion will take place on Tuesday next, the 31st inst., and we will now but briefly refer to certain reasons why we think the bill should be emphatically voted down: It applies the lands to a purpose very different irom that for which they were granted. It does not provido for taking up all the bonds, but leaves a portion still on the market, fully endorsed by the action of the people, (should the bill pass) and which would have to be paid, dollar for dollar, with interest. It is nonsense to suppose any bondholder would be will ing to accept the refuse lands remain* ing, after the majority of the bends had been liquidate...

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. — 26 May 1870

i, .& 5 DLOOAXi I N W S We would respectfully request an usinessmen andothert wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our xtensivestock of New Material, jutt received from the East, before sending to St. Paulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office is njw one of the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Official Paper of the City. Official Paper of Monongalia County 4Gf TIM CtoeeOatios* of The Journal la DOVBItB Ota* or amy other paper published im northern Minnesota, Advertisers remember this. Let WeW All kinds of Job Printing, in.Eng sh, Germa or Norwegian,jBxecuted at his office. Send in your orders. RAIN.—Rain has fallen daring several days this week, and the weather has been cool. All kinds of small grain and grass are growing splendidly. SUPPLIES.—In this issue may be found the advertisement of Maj. Atcheson, V. 8. Indian Agent, for supplies and transpor tation for the Chippewa Agency. SUFPLIIS.—Twenty to...

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. — 26 May 1870

mm A A 8 A ,.. Corn-stalks are diffioalt to keep atntw moat be oat or scalded to bo of €0^} roots Hurt boniaoged and ^—jch labor is required for all tbis— and, at the best, you bavo not a relia- ble fodder, a "bread-and-butter" for atook. But you bavo it in hay, not the ripe or bleached article that wo find so much. This is worso than good straw or oorn-stalks. But the hay that is grass cured, such as we now and then find, and onoe finding, never miss it there this is wanted. Here is some- thing fresh and swoet and nutritious, containing all tho elements necessary to growth and the production of but- ter and cheese, and these of better quality and of equal or superior quan- tity to any thing that is commonly pro- duced. We say it is better, more de- sirable all round t: in any other feed. It is the natural food it is healthy it is outritious it is readily raised and easily gathered, enriching tho land at tho same time (by its aftermath and sod,) and is easily handled. I needs but be...

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. — 2 June 1870

"'TTTIgr'K '••••j —i,-t- is- THE JOURNAL. Pa'ilhhi.lJvary Thursday iftcmoon &\MT ST. O^OUD, MINN. id i»r W a A a a a el S W. B. MITCHELL KDITOR AND PR3PRIBT0R. S S I I O N 1 WO DOLLARS, PAYABLE lit KDVANCB. An 0 a 600 0 clue ttr Subscribers. of tr A W a at 1 100 1T5 3 mo. 3 mo. 600 800 1100 13 50 IS 50 2250 3000 5030 omo. 1000 1400 IS 00 2250 30 00 37 50 1500 1 £00 150 200 276 350 326 450 175161 5 lOOt: 025 OOOlllOO 4H?i 325. 760 1125] 1400 25 00 llL»|lC50l2000J4000 iJy«Q 2200 3000 3500 4000 6350 7600 12500 6 00 036 T60 1800 1400 aao I. fcejaImd ^ve.-nmenUdwUsements a cents ih ttrst insertion, and 37}$ eente «.|4»refjrlubaeqnentinsertion. •.• i. Atwrooyii,rderiogln iegal*aTertUementa»re trdsd as accouotableior the cost of the same.ua taerelsa tpeolal agreement tocharge, the same a party, l'aymont luallcaies to be made a l»ii, apondelWetyoftnenmdnvlt 3. Local Xotices ,15 cents per Line to transient, a I jutiiiariiiie to. euolar,advertisers. Special Moticea. 26 per cent addttioual...

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. — 2 June 1870

S S I E EDITOR. Thursday, June 2, 1870. E O AND PUBliISIIER3» CON. VKNTION. The Foarth'Annual Convention of the Minuesotu Editors' and Publishers' Association will meet at St. Paul on Tuesday, Jane 7th, 1870. The Annual Address by Lute A. Taylor, Editor of the I* Crosse f•toiler. The Annus!": jem by Ilenry Woodruff, of the St. Paul JYe*». The attendance of crery editor or publisher in the Statoisieqnested. J. A. LEONARD, President. W. B. MITCHILL, Secretary. TRIUMPH O E NORTHERN PA CIFIC RAILROAD BILL,. On Thursday the Northern Pacific railroad bill was again reported in tho House, and, notwithstanding it met with what was pronounced by old mem bers the bitterest and most persistent opposition they had ever known, passed by a handsome majority and without amendment. Every inch of*tho ground was contested by its opponents, and one amendment—declaring that the govern ment should not bo held to in any wise guarantee, by the bill, the Company's bonds—was lost by only two votes. The enem...

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. — 2 June 1870

', mmmm mjOGAXj^Bl W & We would respectfully request at usinttemen and other* willing any kind of Jtl) Printing, to call and examine our atemtivestock of Now Materifl, just received from the East, before tending to St. Paulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beet in the State, and we do work Vtkiek we will guarantee to be satisfactory o( Saint Paul Prices. Oflclal Paper of tun CMj. ••rial Paper tf Monongalia County 4V Tit* Claemtettem THe Jowr»al laDOVWbS tkat of nay atfcor p«bllan*d ta Ifartfcerm JUlaaeiota. Advertiser* tnli. NIGHT POMCS.—Eb. Robertson has been appointed a night policeman. He will un doubtedly be confirmed by the Couneil. PATIHO UP.—Taxes are being paid up very rapidly. Since Saturday last Treas urer Gans has taken in from $2,000 to $2,500 per day. RID RITBE CASTS.—A gentleman from Fort Oarry states that quite a large num ber of carts will be down this year, though not ao many as usual. ABUSTBD.—Lieut. Weaver returned on Saturday with the two 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. — 2 June 1870

worldLtThoou 1 Thousands of little affectionate fires arc Darning on our neatly-black enod hearth*, in our kitchens, in our hospitals and refuges. We deal out our fuel in scutUefuls, and put in a few sticks of sentiment if the flame is very low but I think Reine would have lighted a great pile, it she could have heaped upon it all the most worthy and valuable things flung into it all the rich flowers, sweet fruit, and a few bit ter herbs and incense, set fire to it all, and walked herself into her flames had she seen the occasion. Reine, with all her defects and her tenderness, her jealousy, her fidelity, her passionate emotions, her angry, rough words, could speak of the small passing feel ings of an instant but it was so hard to her to put words to the great har- monious discords of her secret heart that she rarely tried to do so. It was in the look of her eyes, the flush of her face, its sometimes tender brilliance of anger and sweetness, that Richard Butler could read her heart....

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. — 9 June 1870

THE JOURNAL. PaMUlnlavary Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. or W a ii to A a ad Chape Street vV\ I E EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION »F0 iOii,yl«S, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. An extra Oopy will b« sent raK* to the gett«r of a club or live Subscribers. Li VTE S O VDVBSRTISINGi 8ino. 6 00 800 1100 12 50 1850 2250 3000 5030 omo. 1000 1400 1800 2250 3000 3J50 4500 7 £00 15 00 2200 8000 3500 4000 5250 7500 12500 1400 2500 2000 40 00 l, iln ljv?,:rnent^J^ortl9om«utB7»cont» i(i„-j.i.' .it, .iiMt maortlon, aud 3T$ cents N N lout iuaertlon i. V.M.-.iiymrd'rUtgln .egal »lvertlsemeiits.»ra »t!.l ti ii ijiatibleur tlieooatof the same,un it ,.-j a I?JJUU k'loementtocharge tho same in i..- .i.-iy. i'vymont in.illcaso* to bo uiaJe I I I i.ii JjUrofy of the affidavit J. u.:kl .tuas.loCButB per lino to transient, tl I ur iao to uvular,advertisers. Special Notice*, 25 per cent additional to regular rates. 4. Noticeut loath simple mnouncementJ 25^enti ituaryaoticos ,5 eut= perliue marriageuoticoS ce...

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. — 9 June 1870

____j__tl__U jfet *M «I«m« fwirwd. WVB* M1TCH-LL, EDITOR. I Thursday, June 9, 1870. RKPUBL-ICAS CONVENTION. Second Congressional lMstrlct, The RepuWioan electors of thaSecond Congressibu I «1 Districtof Minnesota are roqoeited t« elect D«lo gates to too Republican District Convention to be bald in St. Paul ouTUl STAY, SEPTEMBER fc?, tor the purpose of placing, Ui uominatlon a sawdidate *w Congress, to ha supported by the Republicans at 1 the ensuing election. ri Dakota... ...... Jtouglas................ Goodhue Grant Hennepin Isanti... Kandiyohi 'it Kanabec ..i .... Lake Manomin McLeod...., i»v*i -•»_. ^, KDIT9IUAJ. AMSCOIATION. Special DUpatch to the 'Sttfloud Journal. •.••.„. *. ST. PAUI, June 8th, 1870. Tho Editorial Convention met yes terday. The attendance was larger than daring any previous year. The eJeatiosi of officers took plaeo in the af tarnoon, and was as follows wsi-suJ Prssidtat-W. ft. Mitohel), 8t. Cloud JOUBBAL. I Vka'PreBWenta-J. H. Mcfehitf, Cha* teld Democrat i. ...

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. — 9 June 1870

I O A E I E W S We would respectfully request further inquiries we find that Wabasha is way behind, as the one in St. Cloul, own ed by P. J. Limperioh, cost $668. Suvaa BAUD.—The St. Cloud Silver Cornet Band have lately received several new pieces, which they already play in fine style. They have now some seventy pieces, aad intend getting more. RIM oven.—Mr. J. MoKinney, of Pem bina, has removed his taw and grist mill from Winnepeg to Pembina he has also removed his steamboat, which plied on the Red River, te that point. AHBAD.—We have on our table eight ears of corn, all grown from one grain. It is eight rowed, well filled out, perfectly ripe and sound, and was raised last year by Mr. T. Pareher, of Clearwater, in this county. IMMIOBABTS—From Mr. Wing we learn that daring the past week, seventy-six fam ilies, two hundred and thirty-seven head of cattle, and some fifty or sixty sheep have crossed the were from Wisconsin,. Iowa and Illinois, I POTATO Boas.—These destructive pests ha...

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. — 9 June 1870

lOBtHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Joaatt Kcaolation'PsMwet A«tMorls.tnsr he N a if BatiUrond a I it MM" he on of Its a S re S a me a a tbr O *. Resolved, hy the Senate and House 0/Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, Thattho Northern Pacific Railroad Company be, and hereby is, authorized to issue bonds to aid in the construc tion and equipment of its road, and to secure tho same by mortgage on its pro perty and rights of property of all kinds and desoripiioos, real, personal, and mixed, including its franchise as a corporation, and as proof of its le gal execution and effectual delivery, said mortgage shall be filed and record ed in the office of the Secretary of the Interior and also to locate and con struct, under tho provisions and with the privileges and duties provided for in its act of incorporation and the amendments thereto, its main road to some point on Puget Sound, via thestraw, valley of tin Columbia Rivor, with the right to locate and construc...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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