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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 14 July 1870

payers Councilann theisuch AlL tD A -1 $12,600 of the bonds shall become duo .. „....„...,,„„ ¥&9& authorizes a donation pure and simple—in other words the Legis lature has assumed to authorize through the instrumentality of commissioners and tho taxing power the taking of a certain amount of the property of one corporation and donating it .to another. lftbii.fMn he done it is legal robbery less respectable than highway robbery, in this: thst the perpetrator of the latter assumes tho danger and the in famy of the act, while this aot has the shield of the legislative irresponsibili ty." Again in the case of Whiting vs. the Sheboygan Kailroad Company decided by the Supreme Court ef the State of Wisconsin Chief Justice Dix on says, "That a' tax for a private purpose is unconstitutional and a stat ute imposing it is void a public use or purpose is essential to the idea of a tax.' Therefore a stat ute levying a tax for the sole purpose of making a direct gift of the money raised ...

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. — 14 July 1870

Soaneil V. S 10 bond* shall beoome doe same year and ta fcn /row*- date. These conditions oontained in the resolutisn of Marohof 8lst, 1869 whether binding upon the oouncil as absolute law aro at least the expressed will of the voters and tax iyers and as suoh should govern the in'their notion in this matter. (Signed) W. S. MOORE. In this connection and in addition to the above, we desire to make one sin gle extract from the decision of the •out in the ease at Sweet vs. Hnrlbart, Stsifcd ioUe S.pmne Oonrt of Ike n^qaesOonintneeaseisthns stated »T^JO«wt!: «Has the Legislature of the State power to confer upon the towns authority absolute Or conditional, to issue bonds and donats the proceeds ton private corporation?" And the court bsgioa bj stating that the Act differs in providing for a donation "from that numerous brood of statutes that preceded it authorising towns to bond themselves in aid of real of imag. inary public improvements. In all other Acts stock or some pretended equiv...

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. — 21 July 1870

£m SgBJnMM eol. goojiioo 1125 1400 I860! 2000 1100 nr A A a a a THE JOURNAL. rnbllshed every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office—Corner of WaaMagtM Avenue and Cnnpel Street. KDITOR AND PE0PRI1T0R. S 3 '-J:' '"w I STOSCRlPTIOll TWO D0LLAHS, PAYABLE UT ADVASCS. AnSMM CopyplU nut fretf* to U» »P •f sjereb of F1T» Subscribers. RATKS O ADVBRTI8IMO* Squars. I 2 mo. 3 75 600 25 750 1200 1400 2500 4000 3 mo. 600 800 11IX) 1260 IS60 2260 9000 5000 6 mo. 1000 1400 1800 2280 3000 3780 4600 7800 100 176 260 325 475 000 760 150 275 326 476 700 1 yr. 200 360 450 625 026 1600 2360 8000 85 00 4000 6280 76 00 125 00 tsal andQoTernmentadTartiMmenta,75 cents M1f.square for thsArst insertion, and 37VS *w»ts per •(jure for eaeh subsequent insertion. 2. Attorney* ordering in legal advertisement* are regarded as accountable for ta» eost of the seme, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same to another party. Payment In all cases to be made in advance ors*e* delivery of the affldarl...

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. — 21 July 1870

Sit* £l. ©tou fomwt W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, July 21,1870. KKrvnucAJS CONYEKTIOW. SecoiiU t'ongiUfclonul District. The Republican electors of the Second Cougression al Distrli tof Minnesota aro requested to elect Dele gates to the Republican District Convention to be hold in St. Paul on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST, fcr the purpose of placing In nomination a candidato for Congress, to he supported by Ilia Republicans at the ensuing election-. The following is the apportionment of each county and is based upon the Bepubllcan Tote of the last general electk a as castforthe Cbiif Jostle* Hon C. 0. Bipley, each county baring one delegate at large, also one for eaeh two hundred andfifty.Re-persistent publican rotes and one for each major fraction there. •f. Anoka 2 Meeker. 3 Bonton „, 1 Carlton.... ......' ... 1 Ourrcr.........^. 4 Cass..: ..:. 1 Crow Wlnf..:.—... 1 Chisago 2 Dakota-.... _....« 4 Douglas ...'.„.' 3 Uoodhuo & Grant 1 Hennepin..: 8 Isanti -... 2 Kandiyohi... 2 Kanabec 1 Lak...

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. — 21 July 1870

ni ••'.• fy£S~* would respectfully request usiness men and other $ wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call, and examine bur xtensivestock of New Material,juttrtctived from the East, before tending to St. Faulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. OMclal Paper of the City. •iMclal Paper of Monongalia County Tk* Circulation of Tk« J«mrn»l Is DOUW.H tfcat of Mjr oilier p»p«* *^»wbllsfce«l la NorthcrB Minnesota. I*et AdTtrtUtn remember tbls. FOB SAM.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new. Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. ADMITTED.—JOS. Z. Mitchell, Esq., of Butler, Pa„ was to-day admitted to prac tice in the different courts of this State. FIBST CLASS COKUNDRUM.—Wouldn't the city make money, in the end, by entirely re-planking the bridge at the foot of Wash ington avenue, instead of being constantly patching it? CONTRACT AWA...

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. — 21 July 1870

r~~ a»RUf II I A E S S ON N O I* S O O S EDITOR JOURNAL.—At the close of the graduating exercises of the State Normal Sohool, at Winona, on the 23d silt., Prof. Wm. F. Phelps, the accom plished and able Principal of that in stitution, delivered an address before the graduating class, whish I wish jou had room in your columns to reproduce. It is a complete history of the Normal Sohool enterprise in this State, from its inception to the present time, and clos eswith a madly and truthful vindica tion of the late Board of Normal School Directors, so unjustly maligned by members of the last Legislature, for their "unjustifiable extravagance," &c. After giving a succinct history of the two first terms of the Winona School, the Prof, says: "The third term of the school open ed auspiciously in September. 1865. The number of pupils increased to more than the capacity of the building occupied. The model schools had gain ed so rapidly in the confidenoe ot the people that a third grade was ...

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. — 28 July 1870

I T^^^^^^55^^!!55*^^ THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O a of W A el S EDITOR AKD ruornurron. S O I O I TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLX 1ST ADYASCS. An Xatia Copy will be lent flraKi te tee ge«er of a club of Five Subecribew. A E S OB" A I S I a Square. 2 mo. 1 a 3 4 X\ col. 8 mo. 1126 1660 1100 Of all kinds, plain or colored, executed^n»ht^uo tke. in the best style, andat St. Paul prices. Print ing done inGermai and Norwegian, as well as Eng lish, and warranted te give Batismctlon. OSCAR TAYLOR, A O N E A A W ST. CLOUD. May be found at his office (up tUira in Kladler's briok building next door to Land Office,) day and night, when not away on profeational duties. All calls promptly attended to. A A Ml.CLOUD MtNW C. SCHTJLTEN Druggist & Apothecary, Dealer in PURE DRUGS, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS, BRU8HES, TOILET ARTICLES, AND Domettic and Imported N S a 1 1 0 1 1 0 For Medicinal use. PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compound ad by day or night. Higheat oath prioe pai...

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. — 28 July 1870

-—a By order of the Committees. A. B. STICKNEY, Chairman. 7—~r 8bt St.ttbtttt'itttra&L W. I E E I O Thursday, July 28, 1870. UEPlBIilt'AJf COSVESTIOX. Second Congressional District. Tho Republican electors of the Second Congression nl District of Minnesota are requested to elect Dele gates to the Republican District Convention to be held in St. Paul on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST, for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for Congress, to Wo supported by the Republicans at the ensuing election. The following Is the apportionment of each county and is based upon the Republican vote of the last general electicn as cutforthe Chhf Justice, Hon C. 0. Ripley, each county having one delegate at large, also one for each two hundred andfifty.Re publican totes and one for each major fraction there* ot. Anoka 2 Benton 1 Carlton..: 1 Carver.... 4 Cass 1 Crow Wing 1 Chisago 2 Dakota 4 Douglas 3 Ocodbuo 5 Grant 1 Hennepin Isanti K.ndiyolii Kanabec Lake Mimoiui McLeod 2| Meeker 3 Mille ...

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. — 28 July 1870

I I O A I •f l?Tii3W^ would respectfully request ueinessmen and other» wishing any kind of Job Printing, eaM and examine our atensivestock of New Material,justreceived from the Eatt, before tending to St. Paulor going elsewhere. Our Job Office i» now one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory ftt Saint Paul Prices. Metal Paper of the City. QggUl Paper of Monongalia County 4V Tfeo Ctivalatiaa of Tk« Jommmmt la DOUBMB or otfeor paper a IVorttiera Minnesota. Advertisers reHmbc thli. Fo* SAIL—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new. Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. BUFFALO ROBBS.—Elliott's train arrived to-day with 502 bales of buffalo robes from Fort Garry. Each bale contains 10 robes, making 6020 in nil. They belong to the Hudson Bay Co. DESKETKR ABEISTED.—On Monday, a Sergeant fiom Fort Riplej, looking for a deserter from that Post, captured ono here who had deserted from Fort Abercrombie. He...

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. — 28 July 1870

WABWnCB. HOMK I O W S VPOM CVUKSTIOlt O I O from the New York Tribune, July 18A France will find a very different ad. Ternary in Prussia than sho found in lor last great war (1859,) when she crossed swords with Austria. Prussia will find a very different ad versary in France than she found in People have been saying for years past that Napoleon wouldn't dare to risk the ehanoes of his throne and dynasty by entering upon a war. Suddenly he turns up as the most implacable bellig- erent in Europe. It was laid in 1859 that the French army was victorious over the Austrians because the French had rifled oannon. It was said in 1866 that the Prussian army was victorious over the Austrians because the Prussians were armed with needle guns. It is now understood that the artillery and rifles of the French army and those of the Prussian army are about equally destructive' and there seems but little advantage on either side as regards arms. Onr German-American fellow-oiti who may now be sojourni...

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. — 4 August 1870

J£JJi£2iS2fi3 7 THE JOURNAL. •obUsned W I I»W»*»I Altwiwoi AT 8T. CLOUD, MIMN. Cnapel Stwet ^^ssSa**-1 HM**' 2w 3 2 mo. ST5 600 26 7*0 1200 1400 2ft00 4000 100 17* 250 88* 47* 600 780 Smo.|6a*.| 1 yr. 160 276 326 476 700 900 200 360 460 626 926 eol. 600 1000 1100 800 1400 SI noo iiod oo 12*0 tiMJ aaee 1640 8000 4ft 69 tatoirlo11ft* MOO 4ft00 »0 007*00 1100 1400 2000 A A Ki 1126 1650 1100 *i 1100WW«vv— •1*0t TftOft 12960 $ & & & ofthaaBMavit. ..Swi«»«tPWi satsaca, or tor/ refcrenees. tiee,tattSft***»!•»•fi^LSTw well w•««- OSCAB TAYLOB, A O E N A A W ST.CLOW*. MWSMOTA. U« Ii.KAT6 •T.CLOUD, osA. n^atsinn. BAYSKBBB, A.TT0RNBY8 AT LAW MINN. ATTt)«N»Y AT LAW, T. ALOUD. MlNNBSJtA TOWARD O. HAJUiiK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8T. CLOUD. MINNESOTA. A B.8BHKX.BR,M.D,CM PHYSICIAN SUBaiONfcACCOUCHlU* St. CLOUD. 0i..i Alt..'. •^'"^iJSSSSS S eaieeaee.nteknoad .venue oBeeeltaWrliM Ewalalag. Bergoon for F#BI1OBI. Kegttlar —dftte 4. A. A wmrj A. O. GILMAH, M. D. HY8ICIAN, 8U BQEON ACCOUCHBB ST. CL...

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. — 4 August 1870

W. MITCJIELL EDITOR. Thursday, Aug. 4,1870. E A O N E N I O N S a is The Republican electors of the Second Congression •1 District of Minnesota are requested to elect Dele gates to the Republican District Convention to be held in St. Paul on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, ft the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for Congress, to be supported by the Republicans at ths ensuing election. The following is the apportionment of •nob county •nd is based upon the Republican rote of the last general election as eastforthe Chltf Justice, Hon C. Q. Ripley, each county haying one delegate at large, also one for each two hundred andfiftyRe publican Totes and oneforeach major fraction there at. Anoka. 2 Benton....... 1 Carlton 1 Carter............. 4 Cass —»...... 1 Crow Wing „. 1 Chisago 2 Dakota 4 Douglas...... 3 Goodhue 5 Grant 1 Hennepin 8 Isanti .'. 2 Kandiyohi 2 Kanabec 1 Lake «. 1 Manomin 1 McUod 2 Meeker 3 Mille Lao 1 Monongalia 2 Morrison 1 Otter Tail 1 Pine 1 Pope 2 Ramsey 7 Sherbu...

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. — 4 August 1870

O 25TE3-WS H' would respectfully request the lusinetsmen and others wishing any kind of Printing to call and examine out xtentivettock of New Material, juitreceived Jrom the Eatt, before tending to St. Paul or going eltewhere. Our Job Office ie now one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory Saint Paul Prices. Offlclal Paper of the City. Oflelal Paper of Monongalia County 4 Tl»« Circulation of he Journa la DOUBLE at of a other paper is I Northern Minnesota. Let Advertise™ remember is Fo* SALK.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new. Will be Bold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. PAINFUL ACCIDENT.—On Monday, while Mr. 17m. Holes had his left hand resting on a pump at Arnold's mill, the long lever handle was brought down by some one pumping, crushing off the first joint. TBANSPORTATIOK.—Messrs. Burbank & Wilder have shipped from this place this week, 176,304 pounds of Hudbon Bay goods 43,104 pounds of g...

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. — 4 August 1870

O I N A I N E A A writer in the Germantown tele graph says: "Wheat should bo out before folly ripe, say while in the elaugh when it is out in that state it should then bo cured sufficiently to stack without heating and moulding, ths'i stiiud until it passes through the sweat—as it will sweat in the stack and grain in both. Wheat out in this stage will shrivel somewhat, but the process of passing through tho sweat in the •tack restores it to its former plump- ness, and it makes much whiter and better floor, as the bran is not so thiok and the grain not so hard and flinty. Wheat may be ent when fully ripe and then thrashed without stacking, and it will paas through the sweat, and il a quantity is put in a heap it will be apt to heat and spoil beside?, it does not restore the grain to plumpness like when passed through the sweat in the stack I think all experienced farmers will bear me out in this. "Oats should bo out ripe if to thresh if to feed in the sheaf, rather green, as they sha...

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. — 4 August 1870

ness. a aauin auaivr. I .' pa am a ACHUWCTUSLU. ITSUM. —A agricultural writer explodes the idea that the wrinkles on the home of eows denote their age. —The Ohio Farmer says 100,000 pounds of cheese are sometimes shipped in one day from Wellington, Lorain county, in that State. —The grasshopper is a burden in Utah. Farmers are discouraged. For in well floured bands. Make it into thin rings aad bake in a quick oren grate sugar over when half done, or soon as taken from the oven. Fifteen minutes will do them. Chocolate Blanc Mange.—A quarter of a pound of sweet ehooolate, two onuses of gelatin, one quart of milk, one teaeupful of sugar eandy. p«t ft all into jug, set it in a sanoepen of w»tor tnd Jet it boil an hour. When ••••Ar «old, torn it into the mould. ?^l*ysieianaseribe.the decree* 2 W bilious disorders in roristotne greater consumption of W whiehh. mi S Whyketio and tonie, as well as a ««te«»od. It is estimated that the ^MhuMsderour one hundred millions of«Pphs every winter. u...

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. — 11 August 1870

THE JOURNAL. rrtlUked eTerf Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. O a of W A S and cnnpel Street. w. I O I I E I I BDITOfc AS VBOPBIROK. stmacRiPTioa TWO JftltAKf, PATABLM W ADTAXCM. As »*tte, Oepy uiU be Mat ereK* to the getter o* of of fixe Subscribers. A S O A I I Heart. 2 Svr 2 mo. col. 3 wo. [8 mo. 100 17* 260 826 476 600 760 ISO 276 S26 476 700 BOO A. T. 1 jr 200 360 460 626 926 376 600 26 760 600 1000 800Us00 1100 1800 1260 as 1060 3360 3000 MOO 1600 2*60 3000 8600 40 00 HI60 76 00 125 00 1200 1400 8600 4000 3000 87 60 4600 7600 1100 1400 2000 1126 1060 1100 Lrnl and aorernment advertisements, 75 ceats J*i«^lor»lie»ietliieertlon «i a per Jquare far e«ch s*DS«o,ueut insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legel advertisements are regarded accountable for the cost of the mi it re is specie! s«re«»ent to charge th. sauie toAnother perlyYPeyment in all ises to be made in advance or upon delivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 16 cento per line to transient, and 10 cento per lin...

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. — 11 August 1870

Wit »t. €\cU §mtml W. I E EDITOR. Thursday, Aug. 11, 1870. E I A N CO.\ S I O S S a is The Republican electors of the Second Congression al District of Minnesota are requested to elect Dele gates to the Republican District Convention to be held in St. Paul on THURSDAY, SBPTEMBBB I for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate tor Congress, to he supported by the Republicans at the eusulag election. The following is the apportionment of each county and is based upon the Republican Tote of the last general eleeticn as castforthe Chlif Jostle*, Hon C. 0 Ripley, each county having one delegate at large, also oneforeach two hundred andfiftyRetion. publican votes and one for each major fraction there •t. Anoka 2 Mttle Lao 1 Monongalia 2 Morrison 1 Otter Tail 1 Pise 1 Pope 2 Ramsey 7 Sherburne 2 Stearns 3 St. Louis .... 2 Carlton 1 Oarver..... 4 Cam 1 Crow Wine........ 1 Chisago 2 Dakota Douglas 9 Goodhue 6 Grant 1 Hennepin IsanU 2 Kandiyohi 2 Kanabec 1 Lake 1 Manomin 1 Mcleod 2 Wab...

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. — 11 August 1870

JL *m xjm 3 W« would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind cf Jolt- Printing, to call and examine our extensive itoek of New Material, just received torn the Eatt, before tending to St. Favl or going elsewhere. Our Job Office is now 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, al Paper off Monongalia County SE 4 Clreartatloai of Journa 1* O a ii at of a other paper Publishe a Northern Minnesota. Advertiser* romombor is Foa S A I A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new. Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. SCHOOL. —As will be seen by a notice elsewhere, the fall term of the District Sohool will commence on Monday, Sep tember 5th. Non-resident pupils will be admitted at a reasonable price. STAHTKD.—On Monday, Mr. John R. Clark started with about twenty-five car penters and laborers, engaged at this place and Sauk Rapids, f...

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. — 11 August 1870

.. ""w-'_^L^^. -.J Vi" .„"_....]' :... ,Z. Staterfanb. •INI tp Sitertanfe? 3t'i •rtaHtaUas ir 2*»tftnU»» SH'I sHtln iitstrtt nlutNr 3i*'3 Ms «M »tlt h»e »dot altttt O Rc.it, JJriu, Still, •tin ©attrlanB raufj arfl&cr [tin. 'SBaS i|l l*"tf*t« 8attr(ana 2 .netutiliui titir ftji Kant! 0a writ Bb rutirfjt juuge fliitgt lias fli.ilt mt pim uel tittutr iiitji— 9aj |»U ti ftin, la »san XtutMUnft fill t» ftla." A W O A N S I E A O W A A I E N S O Iram the Revolution. To begin with, I would have a kitch en well lighted $ some, yes, a great deal of the broad, expansive sunlight ooming in boldly, as if it had a perfeot light to be there. That would, of coarse, necessitate large windows* And then I would givo as much atten tion to the ventilation of a kitchen as I would to a Bleeping room. I would have a hrge circular device suspended over the cooking stove, with a hole in the centre, and a tube leading to thethat house, to carry off the savory smells which the process of cooking generates,...

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. — 11 August 1870

•~. V? ttaiotfmtv a»jTwnaiialis? Wl MMOttbUt 2*1 «N MtMtgbMltt jr» am «n BeltkitMM mat? KM, stria, Brts, •sis Beferleas ami srstrr (tla. «0sl it hri 9wtMm Sstrrlasa djea-uaetanlliamlr fed* «aak! mtt itniMt iwttt ntagt Safe Watt 1st Slaari SUsrr f»«o*— Bad el leia. Bad **t»ZtaWU* \M ttiti*." A WOAAVS XDaXA Of W A V.s J- /'enwnwnanawne'j T» Ufia with, I woold have a hitch: an wall lighted soma, jos, a great do*) of tha broad, expansive sunlight ootniog in boldly, as if it had a perfect light to be there. That would, of oosxse, nooasutste large windows* And then I would give as much atten tion to the ventilation of a kitohen as I would to a ateeping 100m. I would have a large circular device suspended over the cooking stove, with a hole in the oentre, and a tube leading to the house, to carry of the savory smells which the process of cooking generates, and prevent them from permeating the For these Hindis, however savory and agreeable, are apt to take away something from the keennesf o...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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