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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 16 February 1871

•,.,. -^.JiL.____.._,,—_—._J „__ „. ...X., 9 0 S for boy or jirl than sweeping a room, brushing down cobwebs, dusting walk pictures, bi'nds, and furniture, and ar ranging it in its proper place. Girls are much more generally supplied with employment than boys and this is not the least ot the renins why there i* less crime among them and women than among boys and m.:u. If boys were all required and cimpelled to t^o something useful during the great portion of the time spent ont of school, We would soon have a new order ot things—a generation of men. and wo men far in advance of any the world has yet seen. The fact that hundreds of Christian mothers could meet lor the express pur pose of discussing their duties to their children, spend two hours in singing, praying and talking, and separate with out one words on the importance of work, shows how much it is overlooked, and the great need of calling the at tention of parents to their neglected duty of furnishing their children, es pecia...

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. — 16 February 1871

1: ftffboy or tirl than sweeping a room, braining down cobwebs, dusting walk pietnref, bi'nds, and furniture, and ar laaging it in its proper place. Girls aienwoh more generally supplied witb employment than boys and this is not the least of the reasons why there is less crime among them and women than among boys and m-MI. If boys were all required and compelled to do /something useful during the great portion of the time spent ont of school, we would soon have a new order ot things—a generation of men. and- wo men far in adranoe of any the world has yet aeen. The fact that hundreds of Christian mothers could meet tor the express pur pose of discussing thoir duties to their children, spend two hours in. singing, praying and talking, and separate with out one words on the importance of work,-shows how much it is overlooked, and the great need of calling the at tention of parents to their neglected duty of furnishing their children, es pecially their boys, with something to do. Publis...

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. — 23 February 1871

II 4 m. .*'. THE )URNAL.. ubllshcJ ever* Thursday tflernooa AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. iV«*iiln*r'" it a el W JB I O I amrun AMU ruoruEion. I 1 I O TITO D91LAMS, PAYABLE 1JT ADTAWCM. AM «*ti»Oopj 0 1 be esnt aratts to the acrab of Viva 8ub*crib*r». tXATBf) O A I Ba,«*r*« I I 3 Imo. 3 molSiao 100 17* a so 324 4T5 000 7*0 160 379 31b 474 700 000 1 jr 200 350 600 450 tt'iS 026 1100 1400 2000 375 000 1000 8U0|I4(0 1100 lltJU 1260 ie&o 2260 3000 6000 1600 22 60 8000 36 00 4000 6260 76 00 12600 25 760 1200 1400 2500 4000 2260 SO 001 37 50 46 00 7600 1129 1050 1100 t. »ndt»ovemraentikavertl»emen't,75c«UM ••rfquarefor the «irtinsertion, and 37Ji cenU per *oare tor ouch nubs quent insertion. 4 Attorneys ordering In legal «dv«rti*ement*ar* regarded as accountable for the coat of the tamo, an there a ipecial agreement to charge the eame another party. Payment in all »as to be made in aftrance or upon delivery or the affidavit. 5. Local Notices, 16 cent* per line to transient, and 10 cents per Una...

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. — 23 February 1871

tlw £t. €Umi fmural. W. I E E I O Thursday, February28,1871 E I O I I S I O N O IWTBfU A I O E E N fcAMM. On Friday, after a rather lirely dis cussion, in which Senators Wait and Bael were the leading participants, a bill for the difision of the Five Hun dred Thousand Acres ot Internal Im provement Lands among new fines of railroad, passed the Senate by a vote of 12 to 8. Section one declares that these lands shall be known as Minnesota Internal Improvement Lands, and that they shall be set apart for the purposes indi cated in this act. Seetion two grants to the St. Paul and Dubuque Railroad Co., for a branch from the Iowa State line via Austin, Brownsdale and Mantorville to Fine Island, 50,000 acres of these lands. Section three grants the Southern Minnesota Railroad Co., for a branch line from Fountain via Outfield, Ma rion, Rochester and Oronooo, to Pine Island, 30,000 acres also for a branch line from Fountain south via Preston to the Iowa line, 20,000 acres. Section four grants...

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. — 23 February 1871

I I I to I tl O A ETEJWS We would rttptctfully reowetlmtt business men and others wuhing any kindof Job rlntlng, to OflB end examine our extensive eoek of New Msttrial, just reeeived rem the East, before tending to St. Pavl or going 'Ittwhtrt. Our Job Office is now one the beet in the State, and we do work which vt will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Oflcial Paper of the City. flclal Paper of Monongalia County* 49 The Circulation of The Journal a DOVBIilD tttat of any other paper Published lm Northern Mlnneaota. Let Advertisers remember his• |»B-Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, Neir York, and S. M. Pettengill & Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are ihe tole agents for Tn« JOUBNAI, in that oity, and are au thorized to contract for inserting advertise me its for us at our lowest cash rates. A -vertisers in that city are requested to to their favors with either of the above uses. FOB SAM.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be so...

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. — 23 February 1871

I SS^V «E .•$%?? 4$. tiOOATi ITHrVTiS bum*,, men and othtr* «UAM# any kind ef Job to —It and «*MUM our MfMtNx M1 of Nm Malarial, jutt reached rom th* Ea*t, beforettndina to St. Potior going •U*wh*r*. Our Job Ofice note on* the but in th* State, and w* do work which vt will guarantee to be tatitfaetory at Balnt Fai Prices. OaUlal Paper of tan CltJ. a Pgyer of MoBQBgtiU Canaty* j$*r TMe Clremlattem. erf DOTJBliB taat amy ataer paper FaMlsaealm Wartmera Mla»M*««V't«« AdTtrtlMrt IfJuCho. P.RoweilftCo.,40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. PettengiMA Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the eol* agents for THB JOUBHAL, in that oity. and are au thorised to contract for inserting advertise me-atsforns at oar lowest cash rates. A vertisers in that oity are requested to their favors with either of the above uses. FOR SALS.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-olass—entirely now Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Also, aWiloox & Gibbs machine, new Chance for a bargain....

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. — 23 February 1871

K*? LlJvL *a*mm O O O O I O O Tbftt is no li »ra to sho tl precise ecouoiu 1 dff n-uce betwei eooked and and oked lot.d lor »»s. Our own experience would show that vthree bushels of corn ground and toik'd tjwiH make as much purk as four bu.-hls ead one half in the ear and unbo led Therefore it fc about an even thin). with ooru at fir c*ni»u bushtl hfl... or yoa feed I whole or ground. The- mill being near at hand, three bushels of would be $1.50 grinding, (saj) 60 oents, would make $2.10. Feu* and one-half bushels iu tbe ear would be 92.22, leaving oolj 15 cents for hauling and shelling. Our experience is in favor of boiling corn tor hoga in the ear, in a kettle holding not less than three barrels. Tbe miss being once brought to the boiling pe**& under a pretty tight-fit- ting cover, the fire may be left to die away. When the mass is sufficient- ly cooled to feed, muoh of the corn win be found bunt open, and patted from the oob. Hogs are exceedingly fond of it prepared in this w...

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. — 23 February 1871

6. Ther* is no r«-li »1 dtt* to sbov Ue ntyoiseeeoitowc diff reuoe beiwen erxkel una em* oked lor ay*e. Oar own eBperitnce would show that three bushels of corn ground and toiled make ss much pork is four buhrb nod eoe half in the ear and unbo led. Therefore it i« about an even thmj, with ecru utjfitj e»nine bushel he*K er jon feedIt whole or ground Bill being near at hand, three bushel. ofeon would be ll.&i grinding, (safr 60 cents, 2 Ifcui? wad one-half bushels in the ear would be 12.22, Ithein* ont 16 cents for Ruling Our erperienoe is inftrdrofboiling eom lot hogs in the ear, in a kettle holding not less than three barrels. The sues being oooa brought te the ooiliiigpt^wdern prettj JighU&t ting oorer, the ira saaj be Wt te die awn*. W^en thapsaslasufaaieot ljoooled^iand.nruohofthoeoruwiD be found buret opan, and parted hoaa the ooh^ Haga are exeeedinglj fond of it prepared In this way, and fatteo, we think nearly as readily upon it as when In the ones ofVegetables, there...

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. — 2 March 1871

I THE JPQBMAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT 8T. OLOUD, MINN. QsUca—Coracr W A a ad Chapel Street. W IB. I I O I I E EDITOR AND PR0PBIXT0B. SUBSCRIPTION I TWO DQLLASS,PAYABLM IN ADTANCM. A»«Ur»Copy»ttlb«wnt I •f aolab of live Subscribers. IIATJCS OV ADVBBTIBni« Sanere S Swllmo. SnotSss* 10) J»o 17*1 «Ti 8611 S S2i| *T» 4Ti TCOi 1 jr 000 1000 8CJ|-400 1600 2380 3000 38 00 40 00 6250 15 00 H03 isoa 7^0 liiO 22(0 8000 57 50 1200,1650 MC3 22:a 2603 £003 ecj' scriroo If) -iSi U00 ,1 OD «W|2000 40C3| 600017500 00 Lttnl ftndaovernmeutadvertlsemente,75 cenu wZJSSr-tot the S.at Insertion, and SJ* CODti per (tare for each sabs quant insertion. ». Attorneys ordering in legal adverUsementa are renrdod as sic© .able for the cost of the same,wt hiVthere ita special agreement to cberge th«iwu Mother pMtyVPaymentin all c«ei to be madelr advance or upon deUvery of theaflWavit. 8. Leeal Notices, 15 cents per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advertisers. 6. All political, r...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Cloud journal. — 2 March 1871

ai %%i 9\. QXnl gwxwA •*f. If ITGHILL EDITOR. .a»a lista,—B_ I Thursday, March 2, 1871 MJLXD DIVISION BIA» Tho opponents of tht dhisinc of the Internal ItoproYoment band's have made a bitter and peniatanc fight on the bill from its introduction in the House, it oame from the Senate, in Committee of the Whole on Thursday, until il final]/ paaaed on ita third read in* on Tuesday by a vote of 26 to 21. At several stAgosthe vote stood 24 to 28. On Monday, Mr. Moore offered an atrendment "atriking oat alternate ter mini on the Minnesota and Northwest era railroad, from Mankato to Saint Cloud," wbieh was adopted. (We on deratend this to mean the alternative which permitted the St. Cloud and Sauk Valley branoh to atari from Cold Spring.) One or two other amend ments were made, and on Tuesday the bill, as amended, was returned to thekilled. Senate, where it was promptly paaaed by a vote of 14 to 8. It is now in Gov ernor Austin's hands, and the general opinion is that he is the only man who...

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 March 1871

2L.OC.AX IN-MiWB W$ would respectfully request all hutinett men and others Wishing any kind of Jofc Printing, Mil emd examine our tztentime eock of New Metieriml, jutt received torn the Xait, before ssndmq to St. Pavl or going elsewhere. Our Job Office it now one the beet in the State, and we do work which *ee will guarantee to be aatitfactory at Salat Paul Prices. Official Paper of the City. Iclal Paper of Monongalia County 4 TIi* Circulation of Tfce a OOCBLB at of »mjr otke paper t*srtlle]k«dta Ifortherm Bllamesot*. Advertisers remember tikis. •tfi-Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Row, New York, and S. M. Pettengill A Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the tole agents for Taa JOURNAL, in that city, and are au thorised to contract for inserting advertlse nv its for us at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers in that city are requested to let their favors with either of the above uses. FOB SALI.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable ter...

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 March 1871

3T 1: •lpm^ti-vT-i *vw^.y«**ar*'3 *-t^-T«-.• *t «xo.mtw( BVlTlCR MAKING. T7e have not at oar couiniaud, at this writing, the necessary time to expatiate upon the subject, and can only state in brief the three fundamental principles upon whioh suooess is based I '{tfJi\ ahWdarice of1j ood, rich'.fooj[ *j at all seasons of the year, with shelter and fodder in inclement weather, in snmmor as well as winter. As.-well might the ohildren of Israel have made their bricks without straw as the dairy* men. invariably ma^^o^hcjtt^rwith ont these precautions. 2. Good healthful cows, and gentle, even tender treatment of them. *flj 3. A proper room, afad^pplianees lor setting the milk, by which it may at first be cooled by the use of water, ind afterward gradually warmed simply by surface exposure, the temperature of the room at all seasons to be kept as high as 65 degrees,H«4 permitted to run above rather than below that. It is claimed, and we are prepared to in' dorse the claim, that better but...

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. — 2 March 1871

\f\ .' «r •«_-—r—• •.--—• rr TW— •trnU MAKIMO. ^-. |1 ^nEapi v...... *~»JL JL \7e hate not at oar command, «t this writing, the aeoessary time to expatiate upon the rabjeet, and can only sttte'fei brief the three fandamental principles upon whioh suooess is based •/|M«^i^v^^iiei_^_ atallsfaeonsoftheyear, with shelter and fodder in inclement weather, io snmmor as well as winter. Ae-woll aright the ohildren of Israel have made their bricks without straw as the dairy on* these precautions. 2. Good healthful oowe^and'gentle, eren tender treatment bt them. 3. A -jiroper room, lor setting the,milk, by which, it atftSrstbe cooled by the use of wi by surface exposure, the temperature of the room at all seasons to be kept as high as 65 degreeeyepe) permitted to above rather the* W a It fil claimed, and we are prepared Io in dorae the claim,that betterbWHsr[and mace of it can be made by hoetreating the milk, end the keeping qnaltiea o* .the) batter imprortd, or rather, not im paircdV-CbmUry G...

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 March 1871

I THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon A ST CLOUD, MINN. a ©f W a in to A/venno anrt Chapel Street. W S I O EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS, PAYABLB IN ADTASOM. A»»x*»Oo»yi»inb«Mnitj»«K«*«»U» f»tt*t ,f teWbof Fire Subscriber*. RATES OW ADVRRTIS1HOI 8«iwr*- 1» ISO 275 3 475 700 900 3 2mo. 1 2 3 4 3 ino|0mo. 100 17* 250 326 476 000 750 1 jr eooliooo 1500 22 60 3000 35 00 40 00 6250 76 00 116 00 200 350 450 6 id 02ft 3 76 600 25 760 80011400 1100,1800 1250 2240 16 50 8000 2250 17 50 3000 4600 6000 7600 1200 1400 2500 4000 1100 1400 2000 1100 1650 -i L«»a andGovernment advertisements cenu .or'»a"fo to? the ft. Bt insertion, and 37$ cent, per iuare tor aich subs quont insertion. 2 Attorneys ordering in legal .idvortisements are »«rdedI as accountable for the cost of the same.un re is Special agreement to charge the same Mother party. Payment in ill c.ses to be made in JdrVnce orupondelivery of the affidavit. 10 cents. 6. AUpolitical, religions or other notices,...

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 March 1871

I .--.,' fc» Slue ft $U\\ foumnl W. MITCHELL. K1HTUR. Thursday, March 9, 1871 A E N A O I A E O On Thursday morning, Governor Austin returned to the Senate, in which body it originated, the Land Division Bill, with his reisons for declining to sign it. Tho message is quite lengthy _—too lengthy to be published entire The first reason upon which he bases his veto is that improper influences were used to secure the passage of the bill through the Legislature. As this can be bnt a matter of surmise with the Governor, and therefore of no spec ial weight, we pass it by, merely ques tioning the good taste oi such an ex-bill,the pression from the Executive concern nig a co-ordinate branch of the Gov ernment. His second reason is that he believes this bill to conflict with the provisions of the bill of Congress granting the lands to the State wherein, it is enacted that the "net proceeds of the sale of said lands" shall be applied to internal Im provements. The Governor holds that the proce...

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 March 1871

I I Thursday, March 9V 1871 A O 0 A A O O 1 Jt*« iO«l His second reason is that be believes this bill to oonfliot with the provisions of the bill of Congress granting the lands to the State wheroin, it is enaoted that the "net proceeds of the sale of said lands" shall be applied to internal Im provements. The Governor holds that the proceeds of the sales of the lands, and not the lands themselves, must be applied to specific objects. In view of the fact that Governor Austin, about one year ago, sffized his signature to a mil which, in effect, provided for the eax&aiioe of these lands for the older State railroad bonds, it would seem as though this was drawing rather a fine point. It reads more like an excuse than an argument. Of the third and principal reason the following is the opening paragraph: 'It appears to me that the lands axe ap portioned by the terms of this set largely on the basis of voles or political power, while the merits and necessities of project ed lines of ro...

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. — 9 March 1871

I 1 LOCA -. butintu mem and othtre wtslvg any Una a Job rlutlng, to omii and examine out extensile eoek of AVu Materiel, just received torn iSe East, btfort tending to St. Pavl 01 going *lsewhere. Our Job Office it LOW on* 0 the beet in the State, and we do work which »ce will guarantee to be satisfactory at Saint Paul Prices. Ojigrt Paper of the City. McUl Paper of Monongalia Co«aty 4 Tli Circulation of Tk a DOTJBL.B tfe»t of a ©titer paper Publishe 1st NortHer*MI*n«sot». Le Advertisers 1 0 6 0 P. Rowell & Co., 40 Park Bow, New York, and £. M. Pettengillft Co., 87 Park Row, New York, are the tole agents for THE JOURNAL, in that oity, and are au thoriied to oontraet for inserting advertise* m^ its for ns at our lowest cask rates. Advertisers in that oitj are requested to 0 their favors with either of the above uses. FOB SALS.—A Wheeler & Wilson Sew ing Machine—first-class—entirely new Will be sold on favorable terms. Inquire at this office. Also, a Wilcox & Gibbs machine...

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. — 9 March 1871

•. therefor cash payment or anew five per cent. bond. Everything now indi cates that the government will soon be able to fund the bulk of its lire-twen ties at a lower rate of interest. Hence we have uniformly advised our subscri bers to convert their Government bonds into some first-olass railroad security, having equal safety and greater per* manenoe and productiveness. VI. Of course, all se* those of the Uni*** -uriiies, even occasion*1 a States, are liable to „i slight fluctuations in ouirent price—the result of outside circum stances, and not ot any change in real value. But the same causes whioh now renderNorthern Pacific seven-thirtiesaw exceptionally strong and desirably secur ity will naturally sustain tbem in the market so that those who wish to oouvert their bonds into cash can do so at any time without loss. Indeed, with their superabundant security their high, rate of interest, and the provis ionthat they will always be received at ten per eent. premium in payment for t...

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. — 9 March 1871

1 1 tWnfor oash payment or anew five far oea4, bood. Everything now uvdi vatef that the gorerameniwUl soon be able to fond the balk of its fife-twen tiea ate lover rate of interest. Heoce wo hare uniformly advised oar snbscri ben to ooofert their Government bonds intoaomo firet-clasa railroad aoouri.j, havinreaa*! greiteV per maneaoe and prodaettoaese. VI. Of eoarse, all se*» jj ^. those of the Uoi**-* --ritiss, aran .1. a States, are liable to slight flaotaatioos in enirent priov—ihe ratals of outaiie circam stanosi, and not oi anj ehange in real talae. Bat the same causes whioh now tenderNorthern Paeifio Mven-thirtiesas) txc$pti$nany$trtmg and desirably $tcnt. %tf will naturally sustain tbetn ia the market so that those who wish to oonvert their bonds into eash ean do so at any time without lose. Indeed, with their superabundant security their high, rate of interest, and the ptovis ionthat they will always be reonred at ten pereent. promtum ia payment for the Oompany,s lands, 7 31...

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. — 16 March 1871

warn THE JOURNAL. Published every Thursday Afternoon AT ST. CLOUD, MINN. AecCorae ofWathla|tem Areame and Chapel Street. I O E KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. S S I I O N S TWO D9LLAMS, PAYABLE IS ADTANCM. A* Kztr»CoP7,ni be ttotgnttito the getter •f cUb of H« SabMTibfn. A S O A I Saw*. I I I Imo. Smoltao 100 17» 240 S2» 474 600 7*0 f™ »W 1100 00 9000 1200 1400 2500 4000 lew sooo 1100 2280 3780 3000148 00 60007800 1«S0 1. L«g»l and Government adverttMinent*.TSceim *er (quit) for theflist Insertion, and 37Ucentt per euaretoreach cabs qaont insertion. 2. Attorneys ordering in legal Advertisements are regarded as accountableforthe cost of the same, un less there is a special agreement to charge the same »«otber party. Payment iti all ises to be maile in advance or upon Belivery of the affidavit. 3. Local Notices, 16 couts per line to transient, and 10 cents per line to regular, advortisers. 4. Notice of death [simple announcement] 25 cents, obituary notices, 5 cents per line marriage notices 6t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Journal, The
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