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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

1 2 JANE a, 8WISSHELM. a ,( of ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE: ON, TJIE WESTERN BANK OF THE 80 MILES ABOVE TH$ FALLS, OF ST. ANTHONY OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LASbjNG. ..,P$MS: Oue copy, otti.ysar, £2,00 Two copies, one yeatv, °GQ Five copies, one ye&r, 7,00 Ten ll2 00 "Twenty 20,00 Payment must iuvfi-iiRbly bemade hi advance. N'o pfcper discontinue**' until all arrearages uro pa\d, unless &t the eptioa of the paWisher. KATES OF ADVERTISING. 0ae coluoin, one year Haif column, One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines., o.OO •Over six lines and under ten, 7, X) J.egal advertisements at.legal rales. AH letters of busmen to be directed to the iSt.. Cloud Visiter. MINNESOTA IN 1858. Mrs. Swisshelm's Si. Cloud Visiter of the 3d inst. is before us, hailing from Stearns -Comity, Minnesota," Office on the River, opposite the steamboat landing "'but what river that is, a&d in what section of Minnesota St.Cloud is loeated,...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

O '.. »f ml •i-o- *m '\. ttJNK 0. 8WI88HELH, =e ^^k WJJQO]& gg 8T CLOUD DEMOCRAT 0FFic£bk: !&Sffi^mi^^tfl» "''MElllE^—-'-' .'t ..j luISSISSfltxl xuvfiJti, ABOVEOTi FAUStOF OP^OSITjB TJRJ! 8?£i|^Bp4T LANPI K$. Que copyvoa^ywtt, $ 2,W Two copies, one..year,, 3QQ Five copies, one year,. 7,00 Ten W i^ob Twenty-" ,v 20,CK Payment nnist-iwvAaiRbly be made hi advance, ifo paper discontinued until ajl.arrcjarage8:arp paid, unless at the option of the publisher. JIATES OF ADVERTISING. One bolumn, oneyoar' $60,00 fcalf cohrtoii, ?5,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or leas) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not oyer six linee, o.OO •Over six lines and under ten, 7V00 Xcgal adTertJscmdrits at frgal rates. AH leitera oi' business to be directed to the aSt. Cloud Visiter.•-'[ ''••'h mx MINNESOTA IN iHirs. Swisshelm's St, Cloud Visiter of the 3d inst. is before lis, hailing from Stearns Coauty, Minnesota,"Office on the Eiver, opposite the steamboat landing "buti what rive...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

epetit sented chat if they agreed to what was on the face of the paper the suit would bt ended and the matter loft, with us to set v.c. Without legal counsel, without ap- parantly understanding Us {'all impor. they voted to j&cept it as a compromise, and brought it to us for our opinion. 1, wxald have been hard fir them io make a bargain, we would not have •sanctioned pro- vide! it left us to face our enemies, with uut the clog of feeling thai we eouldnevei ue secure oitenug uur opinion on any subject, lest our words might be tortured it-to grounds lor legal prosecution of oui published without comment and withou .nd oar mind, a a except his own ^vcr it, it might have some higher ebjec" Lr^er-m-ia whom ail felt it imprope. la view than the ruin of the public jou- to ask to appear in the case, on accent o. ion and private reputation of one of he- ms family connection. His lawyers go. wn sex who had never injured her as up a paper and a meeting of the defen It would not do to let ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

4 all the lawyers engaged, except his own Iruther-in-iaw whom all felt it imprope. to ask to appear in the case, on accout o. his family connection. His lawyers got up a paper, aud a meeting of the defen daats was held, not half of them wen present and all felt, that they wanted tobt done with the fellow. Their agent repre seuted that if they agreed to what was on the face of the paper the suit would b« ended and the matter left with us to set tie. Without legal counsel, without ap parently itnd&standing its full impor. they voted to accept it as a compromise, aud brought it to us tor our opinion. would have been hard lor them to make a bargain, we would not have sanctioned pro vided it left us to face our enemies, with out the clog of feeling that we could nevei be secure in offering our opinion on any subject, lest our words might be tortured into grounds for legal prosecution of oui friends- We. hud grown nervous and im portunate ou this subject. The Compan) knew that we felt...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

$ $ I NEW AX VSKTISBMBNTS, Default having IKSOU m&dc in the conditioub os'a certain Indenture of Mortgago dated the •itlth. day of October -1867, made and executed by the VYinavbage Water Power Company, to H. S. Hui-d ?f Hennepin County Minnesota, whereby aud by the terms of which, the said Water Vower Company Bold, conveyed and confirmed unto the said H. S, Hurt), hi3 heirs and astiigti?, the following described lands situated in Si jams County is. the Ten-it:ory(now JSraie) of Minnesota, viz: "Beginning at the South wat earner of Bleak numbered Fifty two (5-i in ihe Town of Winaobago, and running from thenee, northerly on Rock street) to the North west, corner of said i!oek thenee, oa the Worth line of a&id Block, to the Mississippi River thence down I River to Bridge Street titencie on the north side of Bridge Street, fce the place ofbejjtanirig together with tbe Tavern Hq^tse stand ng oa sa*d Block" together wi^'h all a»d singa lar the privileges asd appurtenances theret...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

_,„ I *l*^fi»l•P!IP-• Default having boon wade in the condition* o»'a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the iflth. day of October -1867, mad* and executed by the Winaebage Water Power Company, to fi. S. Hard sf Hennepin County Minnesota, whereby and by the terms of which, the said Water Power Company sold, convened and confirmed unto the said H. S. Hind, hia heirs and assigns, the following described lands eltuated in Si3*ms County in the Territory(now State) of Minnesota, viz "Beginning at the South west corner of Block numbered Fifty two (611) in the Town of "Winnebago, and running from thence, northerly on Bock street* to the North west corner of aaid Block thence, on the North line of said Block, to the Mississippi River thence down a 1 River io Bridge Street thense on the north of Bridge Streets to -the place of beginning together with tho Tavern Hqyjse stand, ng oa 04 Block" together w#h all and singu "lar tha privileges aisd appurtc&anees thereto 'belonging, to secure t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

.- L. 9 t. vs ,.*. _». Ml "i •~'-'i-. I V*. »jMM 3 ^2^_ is a a a a We ask the candid attention of all our readers to the following extract from the spoeeh of Senator Sewtord, on the bill vvhieh was paisttd iu Congress admitting Kansas iota tfee l-nio."., il' .-lie will ac cept the Leoonipton Constitution, and. re fusing her admission under any other. We ask the wo a of Mntttesdft to sot !?. candidly in their Sign minds the question i-' it right bo offer Kansas 5,1)00,000 dol jajr* worth of thx public lands a.s a bribe for establishing Blaverv in their State W .ansas. I a majority were in favor of wo constitution 1 Mr. Reward's remarks :•. Kansas should be proclaimed one of the insulted she is smitten aud uisgrac Statea, I a majority were opposed to it turned out of the dwelling, and th r.erSovereignty? ^Vhy hen did almost Lave to s'-,u. in tne first place, that the bill' rca-kc." up fend presents'to the people of Kansas, i• L, the country, fictitious or false issue. When. 1 say fals...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 August 1858

4 Thefia^^-KaasasI5T We ask the ^ndifl ia^ieltio&M^aH our read ess to the.fo$lowi:ag Extract .from the. spbeeh of• Seuator- Syw&nlv on ijie. hill which was pa&iod In :,tjOt$£r$g§ ia^o$^|iug Kansas into.the„ Un'on, if*.#he ..will ac cept the •Leoomptou Consritei&otti arid re fusing' "her ali«^»iorf ivad^r ii«y other. We ask the wen of MWn^iof^ to 'settle •iauduily.ih their oifu .minds th,$ question. Is it right to. ojfc.r K:\nsas ,5,000,000 W ^ysAyorth of the public lands a* a bribe for establishing slavery i» th^ir Stale? "Would it be Kght to give her that much more than Minnnesota received and to give it fur the express .purposo of defeating th'b d&Sie. will of a large majority of the people of Kansas? Mr. Crittenden is a southern man and liiy amendment to the Lecompton bill said expressly that the Constitution should be subjfictcd to a direct vote of the people of Kansas. I a majority were iu favor of $t, Kansas should be proclaimed one of the States,. If a maj...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 August 1858

'.'•'•' JAW* G. 8WI8BHBLS, CLOUD DCMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANKOF THE 90 MILES ABOVE THE FAI^S 0 1 iOPrOSITB THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. \v\ V-1 oido-'"." ... One copy, one year, $ 2,00 Two copies, one year, 3,00 Five copies, one year, "00 Ten 12,00 Twenty 20,00 Paymentmutt invaaiably bemade in advance. 3Jo paper discontinued until.all arrearages are, paid, unless at the option of the publisher. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One column one year,: QGOjOQ iHalf column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, ((en lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 •Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed*o the EDITOR. An Evil Spirit oast out of a Senator. ChicagomTribune. The terrible monster Amalgamation ban again taken Senator Douglas in its claws. It attends upon bis down-sitting and bis up-rising. It grins in bis face and shrieks in bis ear, and he shrieks its dis mal tale back into the ean ef ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 August 1858

I W ADVERTISEMENTS. Default having been made in :rho conditions of a certain JadenturB,„o£ M!W.tg*8e: !tot!4r.tJii«,. '20th. day of October 1857, made and executed by the Winnebago WdtqrjPowcr Company, to H. S. Hurd of Hennepin' County Minnesota, -whereby and by the terms oT^hichv the'said5 Water Power Company sjold, conveyed and confirmed unto £he skid-ft'8 Hurd, bia heirs and assigns, the following described landa situated in Stearns ©ouhty in the Territory(nbHr State) of Minnesota, viz:' "Be^innjng at the South west corner of Block nunibered Fifty two (52) in the Town of Winnebago, and running from thence, northerly on Rock street,-' to the North -west corner of said Blpck •.,, thence, on the North line of said Block, to the Mississippi River thence dp^n £»d Biyer to Bridge Street thence on the north .side of Bridge Street, to the place of .beginning together with the Tavern ,-•'House-,, stand ng on said Block" together -with all and'.singu-i lar the privileges and appurtenances ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 August 1858

r« Eft JtfWIMNSLM, E & S OILOTJX). jutt Noitftd www awnitwwu of whtoh ere the following: Tan, BO Totoa/ooo DBDBDBlfcP, CHSBSB,' BUTTfcB, LAB©, MANS, BICE, Ac., Be QRAIBFOTJ LAMDWi MILLER A 8WU May 90,1868. CLaUiR THE TRAC THE CARS ARE w».have I! ju*ef*aod a large end freeh Orooerie% Bacon, Pork, Feed, Grain, Nails, Co Stovea* Window Olats, Ac, Ao.f Ac Which will be diapered of W low fbrtah or country product, at our mow otoro, o|no lower steamboat landing. May 18*68. MILLERR Forwarding and WOotCla^erohMidiio, oft oge or for oolo upon •tore and wtNhow, lowor oteamboetl MILLER A 8W18SI May 18,'68 J. W. MBTZROTH, MERCHANT TAILOI 2friende BALER in Clothing, Clothe, 1 Vootingn and Gentlemen's ds, to the inepection of wbkh he ini hii and the public. Spoons Speetocleo, Gold Pome, Thimbles, Ac., Ac, of too quality, whieh wUl eeU as low as any of like quality eon bought this side of Chicago. Cell end eee. Watches, Clocke, Jewelry, Ac., repaired good and satisfactory manner.oad oa a\ble t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 August 1858

II I mi a^jf-STi" TOB ST. CLOUD MMOCRAT JANS*. 8WIS8HBLM, BDITOB Thursday August 26 lt&8. We sand ml number of oar paperto some friends who an art suhooribsrt, Witt they eadorssths prints of woman right to diecumthe hure whieh arrets net ana tat JJiM^pi istjatoiniag iht primaafat tat ftiisam tf the proas, ot hujiss fittihiai sad htmtsBinsjcis ia tat eanguard of crn&eetiea, by aiding us ia aejttiag s^hsnittitrs to tfct jf paper pub lished oa Iht waytotat uafttlo pcttui hyQov. Stephens' tault to tat BaiSt. ^JBV k^Hk«^^M«II* sannmmoTian seats axcwj^^swe^j sibttitf tf IIIUll these principles |^tatttTat»tiyaiktatald«HJiy» ^thyc/tae frteadsof freadom andre form. TEA5S-ATLAKTI0 TSUQRAPS The Eastern world it wild with joy oyer the captation of the tetegrnfb botweenof thh country and Qreat Briftjas. Tat e* rent can ncaroo bt ovoreetimeJtod, tt are ea!rah*td to bests* the time "when at tione ahell at mere rum SB SfMttt an- QtKta Vittorsa hta trot tht IbUtwing 4M««agt. Valentia Bay t* ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 19 August 1858

#»', \tf 1 I rgart^r-a^gggm J^findaoao«.3 feed aoJa&tfqnw S» po «:MilW .efS$tf r^si oa, I iCi• ewtea aid*teiiwaawatow#l & .onsJ.*,#•* I Is itwnoToO tJi o* N «adw too id «ufl 08 a a*s*l 5*4 a* baiKftj ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT MILES 5* £$ 31 OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT I^NMNG. One s*py. one jear, fl^ii^iy CM modern young uxdu, Whom -may meet in nearly e^very dwelling inN^ i?york^-«y and througou th whole te State too you choose to seek «che! .,. iii)' |B f::^ througout th* whole Uni- ted States too, choose to seek for One might think, from the frequent al raaicras'to "rosy cheeka"'in our national litetaturej thal'we abouttd such natural a^y^tagts, im»that ia'nt the case Thelooks oomplexion af the modern youn^ lady is a d*Udesawhit»--like tallow, c*:discolored wax—her eyes 1 okaa though they had beed boiled, and a lut as devoid of ex pression as the opuG &\>2 any wax doll in a ,„ ^oop window.«,,Hay hairy which •hegener aUy wears in a profosion of bushy ringlets, I is screwed up in b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 19 August 1858

mmmmmmsmsMBssssssBBssB^ THE ST. CLOUD MBMOCRAT JANE 0. SWIS8HKUI, EDITOR Thuraday, August 19 IBM. S The ST. CLOUD DBM When wo authorised the Prim pony (o pledge The St Cloud Visiter to silence on "the subject" of the distraction ofour omce, we did BO, simply to get our honor thit ^ie lifter ehoold not "discuss Ae snejeef%-Hfeiave pledged ourhonor that the paper we editwill discuss any nab* ject we have a mind. As we are about the only demoorat in this county, we oon elude to quit visiting and go to work to proclaim the doctrine of the old Jefferson school,— "liberty throughout all the land tad to all the inhabitants thereof. If ehese fellows distroy our office again, at they now threaten to do, we will go down to Henipen County and publish the St Cloud Democrat there. INDIAN W A he warlike Indian tribes of Washington and Oregon Terlto xies are up in arms and our astoaitning administration talk doing something about itJ.. ...„ ...... They even go so far as tospeak of prevent nig a re...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 19 August 1858

2 xm •y ,rjsd* Default havingbeen made in the conditions of a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the f«j £»ciOlk nay of October *SM, made And executed to •:-'ly ,Bfl State) of Minnesota, vis: "Beginning at the iso n: South westooraer ofBloeh numbered Fifty two I. 8 (»2)tothe Tow of Winnebago, and running from thence, northerly on Book street, to the Horth went corner of nid Block thence, J.! the North line of nid Block, to the Mississippi Biter thence down sad BJver to Bridie Street thence on the north cide of Bridfc Street, to the piece ofbeginning together with the Tavern House stand hf on said Block" together with alland singu lar the privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging, to secure to the said H. 8. Hurd, his heirs and assigns, the payment of Eighteen Hundred Eighty 8evon dollar* and twenty two cents($lS87 and 22 cents) and interest thereon at the rate of three per cent per month until paid, according to the conditions of one prom issory note bearing even date with sai...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 19 August 1858

wadefrs to'thY Isnietaa ^OBE seicajt,ttoasi tattenfl QtiWlftiop, and i» •, vnioa*didte4u»idtet^^ isitrightto Mmmnsfmn .1 jstaUUahing^jlfffif^iott) ithejr WIteT W itW rignttto^veter*hat muW unouola ween wirahd- ••iJoaa-J-9^t° iSscrsd edJ fcrla'J *:exp«^«liat 1 %^M|^ApsHH ..«qw Coiiventaonv«iat|ii»otl^v0 JM come up for 'ad^&ion nnjfeiKjjtj just jis sl sas as a slave State tf the p^dplfe *df Kan sas desired it£ bui ift^vkne|rth^rtLe peo ple ^-Kansas Wanted! 'fxp£]JaVr, 1 ahdfso" they voted as they "did but what about the democrats who voted decidedly iagaust permitting thepeople of a State to choose their own constitution*? 3 itead%ir. S a 7 Yjm Thave to stale^i^^e%^p^e»ihatitheblU makes u^ atitf presents to thepeople of {Unaae, and to the country,, a %^WOus,or falsa iaSde. When I say false, I me&u a foreign ox fietiUoiu question substituted Tor thetrue one. 1?he truenew issue before Congress aud the country, is the question whether,the people of Kansas shall or shall not,- as ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 26 August 1858
Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 26 August 1858

1 If 1 I '0k i, ''iisM I & HP *THE ST. OI-OUD DEMOCRAT JANES g. SWI33HI3LM, EDITOPv tte^SSBc.W fhyiaidin$4ai eibility of ci^nteinin 4kcs rk«r^.aad^aihi«tly ask the-aid smtB 1 pathy e&4h*Sfriend3 of^Rftfcaoi^^M S 1 -to^t4§f^.^:if^|j5g,|i^Toati3iato:l, and calculated to haatsq the.. .tisic iiwh*na .tlons ahall:.ftQ^itftejge}?rise _up.-againGt::nai ««asm? Vi^c•¥4l«4itia'sBay^?*iTriii^^B^j sitter. Iaj^a^?d^sirfis: to. congratulate-tfee 'the queen has Uceri iha deepest, interest The QucOfi Is S S a tSit'tlie' M-esi dent will JbLf'Her4in fervently hoping that the Electric'*Cable which now connect* Great Britain0with tlie United States, will ptd7e"an'£d8itional link between th tions whose iriendship \mifW^0B their couinidH-4»t««f9^«hd-~r9ciprc t«em. a fj The QKeW~bi3&»tich ^k,asr.re- in thus communicatingJvith.t. the President, and jratuvningtohim- her best wiehcafd» 4h\s prosjjeii^i^ ii Greal Brttian, ., Jn ET To which ourvSreaideBfti responds in a '.mannafto1&aM»& fdf...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 26 August 1858

id aid, -rtJ & (iOOD^!!! MU.UIRASWISSHELM, vE just received a large assortment of __ jood^'amoagwhicharelhefollowing A Wad* of Molasew, Sugars. and To* Cooking Apples 4 Peaches, Tobacco Powder, Shot and Lead. J.SO, HAMS, SIDE BACON. ?LDE$S, PORK, DRIED BEEF, JfljESB, BUTTER, LARD, BEANS, RICEUc, Ac. ),iTALF BUSHEL MEASURES, /OODEN BUCKETS, STONE WARE CHURNS, MILK PANS, JUGS,&c, entire assortment is for sale very low, ASH, or will be exchanged on reasonable for PRODUCE, HIDES, MARKETING, c. Giveusa.calL 20,1658. h" •*. Wanted. IDES, PURS, GRAIN, POTATOES, BUT TER, EGGS, LAND WARRANTS, STATE IP, &c, &c. MILLER & SWISSHELM. •ay 20,1858. -CAR THE TRACK!! 'HE CARS A E COMING! f! 7E have just opened a large and fresh as sortment of rpoeries, Bacon, Pork, Flour' Feed, Grain, Nails, Cooking Stoves, Window Glass, &c, etc., &o. Which will be disposed of very low for cash or country produce, at our new store, at the lower steamboat landing. I May 18 '58. MILLER &...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 September 1858

el-rtiJt ahjqaJl in*8 & isdio .Uiz oU *d: Set*-..'.j .f •flasM m-hi'v.. ~%:b ml fife ... •**a asdt It &*'* 9M9 TVO^ z: /...-.^ oT -i^aai *i heisffhse ao 9 ene »ffc »ii-- 5o 5d oi .*99AXfi 5ita0. ,i' -j{ StodT jfaaiaho a v*M**t t!:w ax tMfrgfSpS3p5 1281 DUD DEMOCRAT ,,io too iesi sd !Uw aba*! sdJ ABB bafcwu "*T«MP aca*kflor t-dnoeomi -4* aofli.-sac^oj 3»W§2T' J~~? a ..j. Five.cornea, one-^anr. I ah ,b nil ^:. So^rtlSMW'»»«o 4{tto nt V* .T Horn sb*,rjV'nq SSJII -gra •^J ^albnl'ifii has ii £3lI 4s *av ,: r^J. 4aetr,mean a id E ^ry American^ citixen should read it for it i- an indictment which -Tecites- erimes 5 '^JH^*^0^11 committed: in hS hake,' WW^^lM^MilOfficials in- his waQlB ««ti*a is re^onsible aP the Bar of the- worhLand -before the tribunal ef pos- ^filPCl I S fV 0 0 1 •swamnntMwiiwaay e**t. mat**.-M*#J AWUI* a {*«*, v:.u S E N BANEOF THE .^:rimasra tazjtit 4 nu I MILE3 ABOYE Tfl$ FA&LS Otf iiaaj atnoa I to 7i00 W*yph/rfeJ'eplumn 20,00 4Ws4dreY{taa\ l|nes or less) o...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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