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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 May 1871

•XJ&OJLL*- follows N 904 Yes 100. -19 1 sssm We would respectfully request all business men and other? withing any hind of to ttli and examine our attentive eoek of /few Matorial, just received from the Eatt, he/ore tending to St. Pavl or going •Iseuhere. Our Job Office it now one the belt in the State, and toe do work which we will guarantee to be eatisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. OUclal Paper of the City. FIRST DIY.ST. PAUL PACIFIC B. B. S a S am CLODD niiiis. Leave St. Cloud 7:15 A. M. and 2:16 P.X. Arrive do 18:20 p. M. and 7:20 P.M. ST. PAUL TEAIHS. LeaTe St. Paul 7:30 A. «. and 2:30 P. H. Arrire do VI u. and 7 P. M. mXNlAPOMS TRAMS. Leave Minneapolis 7:50 A.M.,and 2:50 P. X. Arrive do 11:36 Passengers taking the morning train from Saint Cloud for Minneapolis cliaiige cars at St. Antliouj Junction and arrive at Minneapolis at 11.35 A.M.— Tlie i.'lj p. M. tiain fromSt. Cloud, does not m.iki connection at St, Anthony Junction with the nam tor Minneapolis, hut ja:-seiinorB tu...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 May 1871

•1 E-aj We would resueotfuUy retueet mil Iwiuti mtmmmd othsre wishing any kind of Job to 0*U md examine our extensile tec* 0/ «V«s. Material, just received from the East, before eendtne to St. Pavlxr going 'Utwhtrt. Our Job Office it note one the but in the State, and we do work wkkh we mitt guarantee to be satisfactory at feint Pan. Prices. •Stelal Paper ef the City. a* riBST MT.8T. PAUL PACIFIC B. R, Tlaee Taalej tpwSt:WfltaM64.ltend ,' Arrive do 1&B)t.u.tmd IMT.M. at. VAVL TBAUm. I St. Baal 7:80 A. M. end 480 ». *. Arrive do 12 M. and 7». X. MMKUWUS TBA1BTS. Leave Minneapolis WO A. M,a«d I W Arrive do 11:35 A. taking the morning train from Saint Cloud lor Minneapolis charge can at St. Autbonj Junction and arrive at Miuneapvlts at 11.36 A. ».— The 2.15 P.M. train from 8t. Cloud, does not nukt connection at St, Anthony Junction with lie lruiii tor Mlsneapolis, bnt passengers take oiunil.ua fur Minneapolis on arrival ot train. 49" Tit* Circulation of he a OOVBLB at a other napoi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 May 1871

.. *-a ,'.-'«^»i»aai' vO ,^? makes •midnight meal ou a hntk anti atartlfrdate. The health of acme of the animals ia always good. Thweiathe elephant 33 yean old, 11 feet high, weighing 17,000 pounds a good risk for any Well managed life insurance company fie is temperate, drinking'only eold wa ter by the bnokotfull, and is very care ful where he goes. There are the lions, truly majestic. The faco otthe king is the embodiment of dignity. His appetite is always sharp. Looking over the heads of the crowd of visitors, out ejf the window, into the open yard. A thoughtful visitor to the menag erie, while admiring the variety and di versity of the animal creation, will nat urally wonder why so many should have been created with a disposition to prey upon men, and hinder his pro gress in domestic life. We may be thnakful that we do not live in a land inhabited by lions, tigers wolves, boa constrictors and centipedes Yet there are millions of the human nee whose settlements are infested by th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 11 May 1871

'jU.bu folwJwrt .0 i. 9 MI. tn«t" W MMSBBaass-sBSfiiSBSEasBassssr nukes s/MnigM niee] oo If- •fit the heada of the eiowd of visitors otAlC^wU^r.ioMthe^o for hia waiter, a I&kking what S aad whan he shall get lumcFcreetless, but she is al. i*»g*Ji aad has an eje oo theeWfhl*^kmZftTfr door, while the stalks, with noiseless f^apaaddofroherwg^curtiegher tail and purring against the ban, as at toon at she eeta the meat coming. A thowghtfal visitor to the menag trie, while admiring the variety and dt •tiilty ofthe animal ereation, will oat «rally wonder why so many should have been created with a disposition to prey upon men, and hinder hie pro-of greas in domestic life. Wo may be thnakfnl that we do not live In a land Inhabited by liooi, tigers wolves, boa constrictors and centipedes Tettheroare mUlioos" of the human not whose settlementa are infested by these or other savage eroatiirea, and whose life is spent in fighting against tham,* They ooenpy the moat beantl. Ill portioM of th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 May 1871

8": IfcCXTO-HCEIXi TJ arrroa ABB -L BaWLfS 1J i**' tJ 1T .'», »*». tfc» I S a '», 4 USB, InSSmSSImm\ j,r »t-»ifc»*.«iaawtH«.aa4 a a fer »»ck saba 4wr«t taaavtjoa. i. 4:: Tt«t ertetsc «»*«al saBartiJBBawSBaiw N a* a «»r t*» cost of th* «a»»*. «n I a a ti»aw11* Baawn* aaotaar r*rt*. ftajaasaBaaaBavsan tob« mu!«in •ivaaee ocVMM Arl:*«J th* sAVawit. 3. Le«lXot»«^»«MS»?erU»»Wtr«SM*eat,»ad lQecata j*r ha* r««al».r. arlTrrtMSTS. •I. N :-. iritis [mrnulm atAflucwaaeat] 5 a :-»r« Bou.-rs $ crcl» prrlia*: ajarr-Agr o.-t.o** W *. AUp»Ui:..-»sr«|is*o'=JoroTirrBot»c**. «*ata •rtiaa. 6. ?p».-Ul aS»i*o«! ".- '3-=n uhrertifcneats T. Y*«»Sj»J''rti$rr.s.- i»y qunrMriy. S. 5:-»a.- a»u»t aaj la o* S1™ O I I Of all =.!* plain or qtlnml. e*--nted .-n »hort no te*, in th« »l«i. «l St. FMl pn«.-e» Print as -In* mU-raua aad Ju-r »•-. «n, well at Bng •a. aad wamato to t".»« sati-'•*•':«•• CBA3. D. www*- I_ W. COLUSA KERR ft COLLINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA Oft* an 2djUar BtVe Block. H. L. GORD...

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. — 18 May 1871

aajo an •JSMUiil .MiAJMKiM&M.^W'OTKW^ ..ii., ^a^ewan**wwtw's* na»5»w'^^*w*^*''^w* J^»ft^.^:^...y 4 ante &?M^ TU^ndj^Tuy is, im. as. *AJWUAD ft^ifej On Tuesday 1m IX McKiuile« experienced engrfteor irHwif from*, Pen!, to^wilT^oiiw iii bn^ ^ni *°"8e1 W Sftt &*%• We aVrolbraedthat BO soon as' the line of roed is (latermined upon, sitty mile, mW*ml aider^ ^n&iieim^^,.. week tootltor pirty of engine.™ will W the rente heretofore surveyed by the N. B.JLC(K through Todd oonnty. men Prep K., came up by special train, arriving at 15 minutta put nine,just two hoars from St. Peoi. Oor oitisens were not notified of the intended visit, and few knew of their arrival. Alter spending couple of hews,in St.. Cloud 4 Borable siege of Nas hville in »r, 1864, his regiment, then by him, formed past of the Morfroeaboro garrison of 8,000 men odder Milroy, who was under orders to hold th place a* all hazards. 0 :MT 6th ot lae. a portion of Hood's ar/iy commanded by wen. Forest, attacked Milr...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 May 1871

.' r\ I mmmmm.... ZCTtEWS O O A I 'We would respectfully request alt business men and other* wtshwg any unUol Job rlntlng, to *.?U and exam ne extensile edck of /few Mtimial, just receiver from the Ea»t, before tending to St Pavl ot going 'leewhere. Our Job Office is one the. beet in tAe State, and we do wo»* which *ce will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. OMcUl Paper of the City. IlBBff MY. ST. PAUL el PACIFIC B. B. Iwamtr Tin* TaMej tun ciouK nuiMk Leave 8t.CloWfT 1& A. at. and 2:1* ».«• Arrive do 12:20 P. U.utA T:20f.i». M. MOT. TtALVS. I N 8t. Paul 7 JO A. n. end 2:80 p. u. Arrive do 12 M. 7 P. H. •nmiAPouf aunra. Leave Mlnncapolb 7:80 A.M. and 2:50 P. r. Arrive do 11:36 A. r. Passengers taking the morning train from Saint Cloud for Minneapolis change car* at St. Anthony Junction aud arrive at Miuueapolis at 11 36 A. it— The 2.15 p.* At. train.from St, Cloud, does not man* connection at St. Anthony Junction with the train lor Minneapolis, but passengers tak...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 18 May 1871

knowing that the first lev rhh romance is over, it is yours. I will be your true, faithful wife, Mark." gjtawtf to s° aw,4y u^er tllis' bat BIIG had known all mv pluua, and would allow no chmgo in them. So, after two months o\ moH rrecioj? lovo and trut o, months to me ot perl "C, h$n piness, I left her, appoititui rogimental surgeon of the 104th Vols am not writing a history of the war, so I spare my readers the detail) of my life as army surgeon. Abler pens than mine brtng such scenes home to us. My lettors from Lisa were frequent, long and affectionate, and I wrote whenever an opportunity could bo seized. Winter oame upon us, and last day of the year found me covered with blood, weary and busy working for the wofend ed as they poured into our tents .after the battle of Murfreesboro. The New Year's sun was raising, when after a short rest and sleep, I started out for the day's duty among the wounded. Some two miles from the battlefield was a large barn, into which many of the most...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 May 1871

as* *a*mm THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Slce—Coraer ofW»ihl«It»i •Hd Cb»pel Street. W I O •DITOB AND PBOPRIXTOB. 8VBSGB1FTIOJI TWO DQtLAMB, PATABLX Jlf ADTAJTCM. AmfcteeOopynnibMWtfroKitoOw getter 0.A.TBS O AOVHRTIMWOI M»'» 1 2W 2 mo. SaolSmo. 100 171 250 325 4TS 000 T60 DRUGGISTS r. 1 J*. 1600 2260 8000 35 00 4000 6260 16 00 200 350 450 025 025 3T5 500 25 750 eooliooo sooluoo 110011800 1260 2250 1850 SOOO 2260 «7 80 3000 46QD 6O0O|76O0 126 00 a7,8 TOo 000 1100 1400 2000 1200 1400 25*00 4000 lias 1050 1100 peVeoSSftr thefirstlwertion end 37icenU per 4 Attorney ordering in legal edvertisemento are JJffiXSE*5SE6S*' tbeToet of the Mme^un •H* there i. a a special agi S agrVement to a -j~«.r„,£«nn delivery of the affidavit. the aame a 1 1 csees to be n»d. MotheT partyU Pfymn advance or upo delivery ^Upolitical religious or other notice*,. 0 cent. flMdel Place and double column advertisement. t.'beWtSda rates agreed upon. 7. Yearly advertisers to pay ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 May 1871

-jg^^gr-*^-^^—j-m »U«X^ ifeijf iauvnal fv. Blittlt IS The Annual Address will be delivered by on. J. A. LBOSABD, editor of the Roches. PostVand the Annual Poem by J. Q, A. oon, Esq., of Sank Rapids, one of that «Ex-Editor»." lect company known as ia also expected that the occasion will include, as heretofore, with a banquet.' The annual meetings of'the. Association ITS thus far proved to be.exceedingly easant as watt as profitable. There axe any matters of interest to the entire pub -ihing fraternity of Minnesota, whioh ean Mt be diaoniatd In full convention and this ith the forming of new acquaintances ad the promoting of better personal nn •raUadfag among editors, renders these atheriags desirable and mutually benefic- It hoped,that every newspaper in the tate will be represented at the coming con entionV W. B. MITCHELL, WM. JAT Wsnrria, .'- President. Secretary.. I A AMKTJAL .'rf :i .-l! .'rtr-~-•'•••• r. i." «uaAe.imvA 1)1 rhursday, May- 25, 183L I O I A I COK I O S The Fifth An...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 May 1871

11 .N? rf We would teep'ectfully rejuest al} buntie*t men and others wishing any kindof Job Printing* & ^:«a4!fiw«Miitf: oar exffnitn* each of Nam Material, just received from the Ea*t,1tfor* ssndtn*} to St. Pari or going elsewhere. Our Job Officeknown* the but in the State, and we do work which will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Panl Trier*. jj PaUlal Papar of the City. IRSf DIT.St. tlVl PACIFIC B. B. Tta '.' tun turn Un»'n.fllMllfll A.K Arrive do n.and TflOr.M. Leave St. VMl T* Arrive do law. andTr.BT. mmuuLfoua IEUEB. •.,_ ,... I TI lUnneapolls*»0 A. n\, and Arrive do 11:36 A rniMiiii takingthe moraing train Stem Belnt aoud^Mlouea^to change at St. Anthony Junction and arrive at ttmnaaydh at E The2.16 P.M. traintonSt. Ctood, do«a not make connection at StAntkonv Janctlon with the train tor Minneapolis bat passengers taka oanib** for Minneapolis on arrival of train. .-'.. ii 'i. J.I |. I -. 49 he Circulatio ©C he a a DOVJBMB of otlier paper is northern Miauaesota.. lVet...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 25 May 1871

trT "Constanoe," he said, gently, "do Vou really think mo kind "Indeed, I do, doetor. No ether Ht been ^kind—no one hat yon c*.«a for a*. How o*n you ask euoh ques-•truck tion "And are you happier for what I have done Does my coming giro yon any pleasure? Am I of any use toheld you in the world, Coostanoe!" "0^, doctor wittf pain in tone and expression. '"What have I done, that you should ask this am not un-of grateful, whatever else I may be—poor forlorn, unoared for." She could go no further then, and burst into sobe, deep andheaitredtiog.. .. "Don't ery. Constance. I have not done this to pain you. It was only to tofindout how you regarded me.— "I have come to tell you something, Constance. Will you listen to me kindly 7 I know I am much older than you are, still not enough to make a ma* terial differenoe, and I—I love you! I cannot bear to see you suffer so in your lonelinen. Now you have none to look to, and I have ventured to oome to you and offer you my name, my deep love, an...

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. — 1 June 1871

4 THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Atce—-Corner a E A a el S EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S I O TWO DCLLAttS, PAYABLE IS ADVANCM. Am Kxtra Copy ill tfifont gratis to the getUr •f club of Fire Subscriber*. A E S O A I S I N O Sqaar*. 1 aw 3 1 2 cat J/ CO 12 O I N I N Of ull kind*, plain or colored, executed on short no ice, in the best style, and at St. Paul prices. Prlnt Bg done in German aud Norwegian, well as £ug sh, and warranted to give satisfactio S 5 CHAS. I. KEKR. 1. W. COLLINS. 8T. CtotJD, MINN., May be found at his office (up stairs over Bush's Jewelry store, on St. Germain Street,) day and night, when not away on professional duties. All calif prompt ly atended to. 0. SCHULTEN & CO., DRUGGISTS r? and PHARMACEUTISTS, S O W E S W •.. 2 mo. 3 uio 100 17fl 250 329 475 600 760 6 mo. 250 7a •US 47S 100 1 ft. 200 350 450 375 600 26 TOO 600 800 1000 UOO 1* 00 2250 3000 37 50 4500 7600 1500 22 60 3000 36 00 40 00 52 60 75 00 12500 1100 1250 1650 225...

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. — 1 June 1871

I W. IT H-EJ* •lIMff _x. Ut %4Mi»nuL|i *",M1U EDITOR. -^lKWHi'll 1 I JjJUMU^dflJ.uJttfiQ.lj.l^ :»ll{ W iU!)JairtHW»IM»i Hi» ,.',1.11.1,11 1 1 1 Minnesota Editors' and r^lisbers, Associ- JVn^ttH Wdaftrt«fitftVljjitilloitoi nftilw 1 {*W%«iuil'A&ilr<»98*W«lbddeliTetod by) t4tf^^ta.Aw*Vfl°fflnitvr £*%&. «fo«HfH«.ilf Sauk, ^tf ids,, one ggt eqtotr iflojmpany .known as "Ex-Editors, --•. -.A'i .tlttllV tt'.t .Hi HMI It ii also expected that thev occasion win **Tne°an%ial iWHib-wniw' AseMnattan have thus fit iplre^ed to1 be expeedintgly. WWo™*.! foWfitrti'b'f ntJw-'aTjb.oaint fctfftWpro'ttttling ft bet** tfwfooasjt ub Arrf«»diqg«ibongi«dit^m,i.Mnders the.se ^Dmaags atBirptfojtnd.mut^llyW$fi W»o^-ji! itlnuodl -K IHHI.,1 »,.I .,( i,.,n AtoMsmfyikW"i[i OTtR% .*the (State will be represented at the coming con- HtffSi«nrt'Wn«**iI» .i ,ti .ii President. onooVl ....^eftretary. «fikATiOn. *:un:i of nil ^InNcitobafore in tha history of Morth 'neJaoMinnesota has there been so ex ittfasife ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 1 June 1871

1 1 I I* LOO-A.J1. ZfcTETWS IFs would respectfully request alt business men and other* wishuiy any Hind oi in in to sail and examine vw extensile eoek of Atu Xzisrial, jutt reeeivea from the East, before tondi.iq to St "uvl ot going tlsewncrt. Our Job Offia ou on, the best in the State, and tor do te»ri which 've will yuai-ui ice to be satisfactory at Salut l'aul Prices. Official Paper of the City. FIRST DIT.BT. PAUL PACIFIC B. S. Time Table SUm OMTD MA1SS. Lear* St.Cloud7:16 A.*, and 2:16 P.M. ArriTe do 1*20 P. U. and 7 20 P.M. 81. FADL TBAUTS. XMT« 8t.Paul 7:30 *. M. and 280 r. H. Arrive do 12 a. and 7 r. X. •miarouB MAIMS. Leave Minneapolis 7:50 A. *., and 2:50 P. U. Arrive do 11:34 A. M. Passengers taklagthe morning train from Saint Cloud for Minneapolis charge cars at 8t. Anthony Junction aud arrive at Minneapolis at 11.36 A.M.— Xho 2 15 P. M. trainfromSt. Cloud, does not make connection at St, Anthony Junction with the train lor Minneapolis, but passengers take omnibus for Min...

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. — 1 June 1871

A E S O a E S O N The Pillars of Hercules, on whioh swing tho gates of inlet and outlet to the Mediterranean Sea, aro but the posts of a wicket compareJ to tho *,. *olio portals of Do Fuoa. Tho width of the entranco is fourteen milos. Tho nortlioru gate-post, Capo Bonillu, is the seaward buttress of a rango of moun tains, somo of which aro 6,000 to 7,000 feet high. They aro covered with fir trees to the sumnr.t. Capo Flattery, tho beadhnd on the south, is a wonder that men in the various section of tho United States should travel around tho globo to see. It is the termination of tho snow-clad Olympic range Where it breaks down into tbo ocean it is a perpendicular wall one hundred feet high, of ragged, contorted rock, a con glomerate of bowlders of bassaltie beaoh-sand, round cobble-stones, and pebbles, solidified into tho hardness of adamant. The material present* the resistance of flint. But a lores of na ture in somo far-back age cracked, broke and deranged it as a man with the gr...

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. — 8 June 1871

tl THE JOURNAL, published every Thiuraday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, JI1NN. nice—Corner W a to A a a Chapvl Street. W OB. I I E I KDITOll AND PR0PKI"T0U. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PA TABLE IX ADVANCE. Am Extra Copyw ill be Bent gratis to the getter tf club of Five Subscribers. RATES O ADVKRTISINGl Square 1 2 1 3 Imo. 1 2 3 4 3 mo 100 17* 250 32» 473 600 760 Omo. 00 1 yr. 200 373 600 800 1000 a 75 325 473 700 900 1500 22 50 30 00 35 00 40 00 5250 75 00 125 00 350 500 450 625 925 1100 1400 2000 uoo 625 750 11IX) 1250 1650 2250 3000 5000 1800 2250 8000 37 50 4*00 7500 1200 1400 2500 4000 1123 1050 1100 Legal and Government advertisements, 75 cents por"square (Or the first insertion, and 37% cents per quare for each subs tquent insertion, 2. Attorneys ordering in legal advertisements are regarded as accountable for the cost of the same, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same another party. Paymontiu all cases to bo made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3. Loca...

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. — 8 June 1871

Mt m. Mm& fmmtat W I E EDIT OB. Thursday, June 8, 1871. A N S Oar thanks are again due Capt. L. W. Collins and Col. Chas. D. Kerr, for the able manner in which tliey have eondneted the editorial columns of THE JOURNAL during the past fire weeks. THE ST. CLOUD BRANCHES. A communication, clipped from the St. Paul Pioneer, and re-published on this page, will give some idea as to the views outsiders take of the importance of the St. Cloud Branches of the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad—soon to be come the property of the Northern Pa cific—and the influence they will have on the prosperity of this city. The one will be virtually, during one-half of each year, the main line of the Northern Paciflo, and will yield to St. Cloud the advantages resulting from the possession of a great trunk Hoe of that character. Commerce and manu factures of all kinds will double and treble within a year after its construc tion. Population which, with only such advantages as the country naturally af fords,...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 8 June 1871

IOOAII' rErajws IK WKUM respectfully request all business men and other* wishing any kind of Job ^rioting, to osll mnd examine ow extensile eoek of New Material, just received from the East,1efore sending to St. Favlot going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now ont a the bett in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. OMclnl P»pcr of the City* I1B8T DIY.8T. PAUL I PACIFIC B. B. •maimer Time Table: ctora num. LNTt St. Cloud 7:16 A. M. and 2:16 ArriTe do 12:20 p. M. and 7:20 P. •T. PAUL TBAI.1S. Leave St. Paul 7:80 A. a. and 2:30 P. it. Arrire do 12 at. and 7 P. mmiiAPOui I I W Leave Minneapolis 7:60 A.M., and 2:50 p. u. Arrive do 11:36 A.M. Passengers taking the morning train from Saint Clond for Mlnueapolto change can at St. Authouj Junction and arrive at Miuneapolia at 11.36 A. M.— The 2.16 P.M. train from St. Cloud, does not make connection at St. Anthony Junction with the train lor Minneapolis, but passengers take omnibus for Minneap...

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 June 1871

j^TQW- —.-,-.—. S O HPTJaE bMTGGLT Very young infants and sma!l chil dren arc used as instruments u«-soor. gliu^. On P"^ occasion an immigrant farai.y, ^ut: uuti wife and two nearly growu-on daughters, presented them selves. 1 uey were very affablo and easy aeir manners,, and without mu vuble to them, were pronounced "all right and while the proper pro ceedings wereuin progress for their dis missal one of the officersrawa hand same little boy standing alone, and struck by his attractive appearance, and not knowing to whom he belonged, he 8poke to the ohi!d, and attempted to "sky-lark" with him. The officer was surprised to find .the child eculd not bend his body$ on examination it was found that bis clothing was quilted with valuable articles of silk manufac ture and silver spoons. The little fel low belonged to the family tho mem bers of which had just been pronounced "all right." A gentlemanly looking bnt poorly clad passenger, from his intelligent ex pression of face and agreeabl...

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