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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 January 1859

~W MO A it A IS 3 A i:.—D lvi? A 3b HAVING BISKN MADE in the payment of the sum of Five Hundred and Seven Dollars ($507,00) principal and interest which is claim ed to bo due at the date of this notice on a certain Mortgage, bearing date the. :lst. day of October A. 1. 1807, executed by John Jones of the town of Sauk Itapids Benton County State of Minnesota to Chauncy A. House of tlursamc place and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for said Benton County mi the Slst day of October A. ?. 18-"7 at- 8 o'clock P. M. of s:iid day in book of Mort gages on pages 120 & llil Now therefore by virtue of a power of sale contained in said Mortgage ami of the statute in such case made and provided notice is here by given that the premises described in and covered by said Mortgage to wit Lot No. Four [A) in block No. twenty-three (28) in the town of Sauk Rapids County of Benton as surveyed and platted by '. 15. Chapman in July 1854 and recorded in the Office of the Register of De...

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. — 6 January 1859

mmm •L'EQ-.A..JJ. MO A 15 S A %—1) l? A HAViNti UEKN s^ABKin ihci payment of the sum of Five Hundred and Seven Dollars ($507,00) principal and interest which is claim ed to bo due at the date of this imtice on a certain Mortgage, bearing date the olst. day of October A. I). 1H57, executed by John Jones of ihe town of Sauk ltapids Benton County Stnto of Minnesota toCJtauncyA.Hou.se of tho^same place and recorded in the Office of tho Register of Deeds for said Denton .County ou the 31st day of Octobor A. D. 18o7 at 3 o'clock P. M. of said day in book "D" of Mort gages on pages 120 Jc 121: •Now therefore by virtue of a.power of sale contained in said Mortgage and of the statute in such ca$e made and provided notice is here by given that the premises described in and covered by said Mortgage to wit Lot No. Four (4) in block No. twenty-three (23) in the town of Sauk Rapids County of Benton as surveyed and platted by C. B. Chapman in July 1854 and recorded in the Office of the Register of...

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. — 20 January 1859

1 54 •I1" TJ .Ciiij J.H It:: JANE a. SWISSHELM, r- as r- 4m ,x ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT :ncE O N TliE WESTER N 7, TEEMS: OVPOSITE BANK OF THE 90 HILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, THE STEAMBOAT -0000- LANDING. One copy, one year, $ 2,00 Two copies, one year, 3,00 Five copies, one year, 7,00 Ten 12,00 Twenty 20,00 Payment must invaaiably be made in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Onc'dolumn, one yeaf\ $60,00 half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,001 Business Cards not over six line,, 5,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O E CHICADEE. THE song-sparrow lias a joyous note, The brown thrush whistles bold and free But my little singing-bird at home Sings a sweeter song to me. The cat-bird, at morn or evening, sings With liquid tones like gurgling water But sweeter by far, to my fond ear, Is the voice of my little daughter. Four years and a half sin...

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. — 20 January 1859

.•?&<•! U&4 /Awl a4 bis ^a»*q ~JS §p '.aJ TUTU)' .' a JAWE SWISSHELM, Sag fi •Ti'ifii-i =3 &iM .ifl. ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT O TICE Otf E WEStERN BANK OP THE 90 ttlLES ABOVE THE FALLS OFpened ^:ST.ANTHONX OPPOWTE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. "J___—loboo——— 2 ,:.:«RMS^ ,-lQ»e copy, one year, Two copies, one year, '. Five copies, one year, Ten 2,00 3,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 Twenty Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance. BATES OP ADVERTISING. OnVc'olumn.oaeyeafy $60,00 half column, 0 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten 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 to the EDITORP O E CHICADEE. THK song-sparrow has.a joyous note, The brown thrush whistles bold and free But my little singing-bird at home Sings a sweeter song to me. The cat-bird,, at morn or evening, sings With liquid tones like gurgling water But sweeter by far, to my fon...

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. — 20 January 1859

Government secure to the emigrant a wa gon road and regular mails to this most beautiful and salubrious region, and the next ten years will wituess at the Falls of the Missouri the same transformation, which an equal period, just passed, has wrought at the Falls of St. Anthony. 2u\ In the more Western valleys of the Ilocky Mountains, several Indian tribes, half civilized by their intercourse with Catholic Mifsionaries, own large droves of horses—these animals needing no protec tion in winter and finding sufficient suste nance along the margins of mountain streams. This is the case, even at Fort 13enton, two degrees North of St. Paul, and situated at the eastern base of the Ilocky Mountains. Contractors could al ways obtain horses from the Flatheads, Nesperces or Kootouias Indians at a mod erate cost and whenever necessary. The Crow and Blaekfeet Indians, who inhabit •the eastern valleys of the Rocky Moun tains, have a breed of horses, noted among trappers as superior to the animals ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 January 1859

I! r.' ''$0 •other tributaries of the Red River of the North, are unquestionably adequate for the -organisation of eight first class States. While the Great Plains between Minneso ta and the Falls of the Missouri, and also the interior Talleys of the Columbia, will •constitute vast grazing ranges,^ the Rocky Mountains themselves are destined to wit ness more animated combinations of indus dustry. The valleys are fertile—the win ters mild—useful and precious minerals a liound—the bills are clothed with valuable woods-—water power is abundant, and there, upon the crest of the continent pop ulation may bo expected, to concentrate more than upon the Great Plains. Let Government secure, to the emigrant a wa gon road and regular mails to this most beautiful and salubrious region, and the next ten years will witness at the Falls of the Missouri the same transformation, which an equal period, just passed, has wrought at the Falls of St. Anthony. 2d. In the more Western valleys of the Rocky ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 January 1859

jiimi in "i O.W.:WCERSOLL&CO.,iI33^TJC S O MIC NOW RECEIVING O 3 S W AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF STAPLE UNO FANCY E TT-C3-O O S FOR a and W in a Embracing everything in the DFJ-QOODS L.INE-, AND AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will find this the beat place to purchase their S I E S TnB'ATTEXTION OF O I A N O N A S E S a particularly invited to this SPLEND1DISTQCK IN THE CORNER STORE OF TH E STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabasha* and St. Anthony 8treets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. S I N S S O S PAUL.—Visitors at the store of Messrs. IngersoU & Co might very naturally enquire where the ladies come from constantly throng their stoic, but when they price their goods it will no longer be a matter of surprise, that Delaines at 12J cents per yard, and good English Merinoes at should draw customers- We for this fall cents per yard, are informed that their sales so are larger than any previous year. dec,16,1858. CLEAR TH E TRACK! THE CARS ARE COMING...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 January 1859

5 ,iL.. a D.W.INCERSOLL&CO., A# EXTENSIVE STOCK OF I STAPL E O FANC I^rS •ST-O- O S• ^"':.'.,'..'... FOR. and W in Trade, ,t»«a BmbratfinjeTerythiugiuthe 2 JTT- 0 OODS L,INE't AND AT fRICESVO DEFY COMPETITION. OQtJNTRY MERCHANTS Will fiad UiU tfce beat place to purchase their SUPPLIES *a«"ATTKSTIO» Of OITY ANDCOUNTItYPUUCHASERS la particularly invited to this SPUHOID STOCK 'CORNER STORE OP THE STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Anthony Streets, on the Bluff,-next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. BP8ISUS9 or ST PAUL.—Visitors at th store of Messrs. Ingeraoll& Co. might very naturally enquire where the ladies come from who constantly throng their stove, but when they price their goods it will no longer be a matter of surpriso, that Delaines at 12£ cents per yard, and good English Merinoes at 2o cents per yard, should draw customers- We are informed that their sales so for tl fall are larger than any previous year. dec,16,1858. *y CLEAR TH E TRACK! E CARS AR E COMING...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 January 1859

•*.«.-. "•." w:--*«6«K**fe« WASHINGTON, July 17, 1858 Lditorsuf the 1'ionetrJfIkniocrat: •The.Postmaster General has this,day direct ed that a conn-net for carrying the mail from St Cloud via Brecliitendgei'tfriFb^Abamrom- [preemption, be the owner of 820 acres of bit! be mack* witb. Mossers s\\len and Chase— i,^iuj \n proposition .having been made by them which states. Was deemed reasonable Respectfully E E A J.VJL HAVING UJIKN MADE in tha payment of the sum of Five Hundred and Seven Dollars ^SCU7.00) principal and interest which is claim ed to be due at $J»e date of this notice on a certain Mortgage, bearing date the 81st Say of October A. "5 1857, executed by John Jones rl* the town of Sauk llaphls Benton County State of Minnesota to Chauncy A. House of the same place and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds for said Benton] County on the 81st -day of October A. D. ISuj at o'clock P. M. of said day in book.'.'B" of Mort gages on pages 120 & 121-: Now therefero by v...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 January 1859

•r* \-tn r*xp* &• ,,-if 'JUJU. I ..••••, .SB l.TrX,"i ,4 WASHIJIOJOS,.. jluly 17, 1858 LdUormjrf th|B I'ioneer&DeiMcrat: •Ttoe. Postmaster General ,hasipifa day, db$cjt *«i that a contract for carrying the mail from Sfe Cloud vni Brecktendgei t^ifbr*'Abtiforom Hie be made with Messevs. Allen and* Chase— proposition .having been made by them .which wa» deemed reasonable. Respectfully. lj. M,. Rice. s.,,.!' 1 ,K' JML Ll.V— 1 S ..' 1 A^GiE S A tLfowD E PA IXBKK MADE in tUa payment of :iY_L HAVING the sum of Five Hundred and Seven Dollars (§507,00) principal and interest which is claim ed lobe due at $he date of this notice on a certain Mortgago, bearing.flsiethe 31st"tl»y of, October A. D. 1857, executed'by John Jones of the town of Sauk-llapidp Benton County State of Minnesota to Chauncy.A. House of the same place and recorded in the. Office of tho Register of Deeds for' said BentonJCounty on the illst -day of Ootober At D. 1857 at S o'clock P. M. of said day in book "B" of Mo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 February 1859

Legal adverii:--j AiS 1 otters of E 1T O si. agggggg & & 8 1 & 4 *««*. 1 One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Ten Twenty SBC Distriet of Tsarskoe-Selo, fought inces santly against the bises prescribed by he Emperor as containing contradictions, as personal freed ai and he obliga tion to take laud on onroen. W he plan was adopted, Piaton )i" refused to sign it, declaring that he could not ac in moss tiilng-j which he had contest ted in detail, a iva presented a countor project,»or rather a very plain spoken pro test, which throws light on the an cient public law of Russia. first affirms at the subjection of the peasantry of Russia to serfdom has never been decreed by Stat law, at it is he result of a scried of adaihiistrative regulations, iu the elaboration of which he classes which form th sixteenth when from a desire for order, Goud ondotf a a law imposing upon the peasantry permenatice of residetice in the places which wore then their homes,...

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. — 3 February 1859

*m a....{ VJ.I =s=5: Oli ttjt M|W ^nsa^sLBi, S 5 1,1 I 1 WfttiH- a bS&. S^* OLOU3 OS iVI OR AT •$. OFFICE ON THE WEST3RN BASK OF THE MilHIIIPH M¥EEy MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, 'OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT 0000 TERMS: One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Five copied, one year, Ten Twenty One column, one year, half column. One-fourth of a column Oa«i siiuare, (ten lines ov Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 Over six lin^s and urilsr leu, 7,00 Legal adverti^eai-'iits at legal rates. E I O ii He first affirms that the subjection of the peasantry of Russia to serfdom has never been decreed by State iaw, that it is the result of a series of administrative regulations, in the elaboration of whieh the classes which form the sixteenth cen tury, when, from a desire for order, Goud ondoif made a law imposing upon the peasantry pernienauce of residence in the "places which were then their homes, there was no intention of depriving them of their, civil rights or of their citi...

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. — 3 February 1859

incut specie.. He then onroe ou to St. kmrMicro traders, is some prospect that this trip Mill be repeated fioou. Its importance to, We understand th naturebettere of th route and that 11 ha* been very favorably impressed with toe character of the country over which be caiue. Red/ river—St. Clou and the ecttlements akmg the route, can secure the advantage vf furnishing the Fort with supplies.— There no enterprise, at present, therc ibit, which will benefit this town so much, •and which demands so much the generos ity and public spirit of our citizens, as ihe building of the State Itoad. .Mr. K. K. Woodbury came «with the train from the Fort, and Mr. Wni. Kin kead joined it at Alexandria. The latter settlement, we learn, i» increasing in numbers rapidly. The splendid praries, ^•jd kke scenery there, captivate almost every visitor. Mr. Hart returned with his teams on Houday afternoon. Lectures. On Monday evening, the 24th inst., we read a lecture in the Presbyterian church, of Sauk Rap...

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. — 3 February 1859

Thcro is some prospect that this trip Anil bo repeated fioon. Its importance to the wellare of the settlers cannot bc.over "rstiuiated, and it may be regarded as one nil the first fruits of the enterprise which has done what has been done to opeu a -*iew aud better road to the Red river valley. We understand that the Quarter master desired Mr. Hart to report as to the uature of the route, aud that Mr. If. has been very favorably impressed with the character of the country over which be caiue. By completing the road from here to Red river—St. Cloud aud the settlements along the route, cau secure the advantage •Aft' furnishing the Fort with supplies.— There is UO enterprise, at present, there fore, which will benefit this town so much, «nd which demands so much the generos ity and pubHc spirit of our citizens, as ihe building of the State Road. -Mr. ih K. Woodbury came «with the train from the Fort, and Mr. Win. Kin lead joined it at Alexandria. The latter settlement, we learn, is inc...

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. — 3 February 1859

3B"fe/01^r 3STJEW S O AN EXTENSIVE 8T0 JKuOF STAPLE ffl3 FANCY !E& "T- c3- O O ID FOR ITaH and W in Trade, Embracing everything in the DRY-GOODS LINE) A.N© AT WUC&3 TO DEFY COMPETITION. aOUTTTRYMERCHANTS TtSk find thl* the beet pi ace to purchase tfieir SUPPLIES TJI2 ATTBSTIOX OF cacry ANDCOUNTRYPURGHASERS. Is particularly invited to this S?L£1in ST9CH IX TUB OORtfER STORE OP TH E STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Anthony Stroets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. BvsuTRftg OF Sr PATH..—Visitors at the •tor* of M39ST8. Ingcrso'l & Co. might very naturally enquire whore the ladies who constantly throng their store, but they price their goods it will no long*- from when bo a matter of surprise, (hat Del lines at 12.} cents per yard, and good English M-jrinoes at 25 •cents per yard, should draw customers* We re iaformsd that their sales so for this fall are larger than any previous year. dos, 10,1838. CLEAR T&fS TRACK!! va E CARS AR E COMIN...

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. — 3 February 1859

liiiiur» 1 S Cioiid, S an the Past'-Jlaj if -i.a Xo. hir iTjlll-t V-8'JVfii one (8IJ W COiitaiuiiiir e-umerfi id ei file S iv li ^ifr-tv^^ ty.y .17, l\4sj «T iVnr ..'''-•'.v,'-, .-i-'r •:.:': '.J'1*,*" i'^.i'.KKiistt'f General has 'his d-ty direct-* «"i lint ft ct'titJ:ici for cftTyVnlg the nfsulfvou ht. Cloud via. Brooklnv-idge, «o Fort Aborcmm 'bie tu lande wUli Messes-a Allen and Chase— iv nropos-.T.i.m Uaviiig been auich? by them which W«H dttuiUcf* reasonable. Respectfully. If. M. 'Rice. E a A $ f\} ft I' .t a S A !!. ?\,17 AV_L HtviS'i tt-iriv :.{u\: tha payment of a of Five !luudr.:d ati.J $»ve-n Dollars ($") i7.'U_i principal aadintcrcs! whie'i iaolviim trd 10 be due »t the date of this notice on a certain Mtrrgi^e, bearing date the tlsi day of October A. D."18"7, executed by .1 ohn Jones of tite towd of Siuk Rapids Benton County State of Miunesota to Cbanney A. House' of the same ptaoe ami recorded in tho OiBoe of the Kog&ter n* Deflds lor said Benton County on the 1st ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 February 1859

mk -.' 1 :-*Sl»i X'',^\/t:?S%*x* ', '-•-'.-- ?t "'. IvliipT* rtT,.^W J'.xstr.y t''V'' ". i.\r&:.', "JV"^^^*1111'4'1'-'.1'. General ua !jus day direct «*i thai ft'eohtraci for carrying he hiail'frohi Ms-Cloud via .RveiskifHMdge, ity Abev.cror: lae be made with Messora,Allen and Ch.ise— U'nc^jjositianiUftviiig,be,cd made by thcni whiqh was de.uiusd reasonable. Respectfully., ., '. ,?J. Mi Rice. "OR A (i i«J \S A JJ.-1-.D IS I? At Ji\^^H:*^s^*BABV»^i»ifii tha payment $ th jjuru -of Fiv* thiuili'jj -and* S-won-I Dollars ($}07,i)0j principal and interestwkiefi isckum rd to be tints »t the of this notice on ceti*ia^l.jrrf,iijro, bearing dAte the .'Mst day ot October- :i: 5."18-"»7, executed 1y dim'Jones of the town" of Sauk Rapids Kenton- County State of Miuuasota" to Channey Ai House of the same place And recorded" in the -Office-of the Kogtster of Deffds lor said Benton County on the Slats day of O-Jtobor A 1857 at. 8 o'clock T\ 51. of said xi.ty in book '\B"'of Mort gage.* on page?...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 24 February 1859

,W- g! v-tJPB to "•". Si A 3T CLOUD DEMOCRAT OTFICfi ON TBS WESTERN BANK OF THE aC- MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT «T~' TERMS: bn« copy, one year. Two copies. ..v lie used to take the brant, J«hu, Al cradle aud i'ae plow, ni earned oit* {Kirni^e i»y tae sweat Tu it 11-iOK.led from his brow Tet nevev ii-a.d we him complian, What er his' toil' might be, Nor-tiranted e'er a welcome seat Upon his solid knee. And when our boy strength came, John, And sturdy grew each lab, He brought us to the yeilaw neld. To* shWe* the toil with him: But he wem foreat «t in the smath, Tossing aside the grain Just like the plow mat heaves the soil, Or ships that shear the main. Now we must lead the van, John, Thro' weather foul aad .air, And let the old mau read and dot-' And till his easy chair And he'll not nuud it, John, you know, At ev. to tell us" o'er Those brave old days of British times, Of Grandad and the War. 1 heard you speak of Ma'am, John, "lis gospel wnat you sa...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 24 February 1859

'. .: ,f* i^Slpacttu^ ,V-{ •^«tn*t.^?.'V^4T^ ai I'L^r.ua. He RttfatAa T-hi "Col.•' h:," par" exceftence. the. •wJ CJbud re^soutiftivb'H^tl^'pu^y of cliat' »d* -"suuf of uJttilliariios,4':spdkpn of by JOIIN WESLEY. lie delivered a lecture,, last a"^winter, at Sauk-Rapids, to prove' slavery **d *rf Bible institution thriee'blessed' of the The two subjects taken together may be made to sustain each other beautifully and this gai'ant old Free Lover will doubt less convert scores and 'hundreds to an ac knowledgement of the beauties of- his twin By3tema—Slavery aiid Free LoveV Mftineiotie. #iaters fWhai a bngbcw these Minnesota Win ters are! Ugh I ^Philanthropists, away down Fast, ge8 tho chills^vhcn they think of them and -mourn over the hard dot of iths people iu the North Star State.' Well, yiQ are about through with ourrgOOP&Q win ter and must cohohide that if all the oth er ills of life were as easily't6'rnewe would very soon hear little of t^e -'Better Land." I: wc KaCnf'heard s...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 24 February 1859

Lemioi I and puM-ivtic thy defend similar •vvo \. more ca fee that Will find arrui'ncu and the ve If ult ne wo fc2 fomm*Wffiffijjfc nivl Minnesota jffssnsS1 foiia titat-sarfriirae her^'H-rahd self st & a love, while th e,ld blooded vil-1 ,' ^nriy whieh thus siperutes ihrnilies and °*the ...•»- it a a Id ..ion :', IV.- Vi"'.K'h iVLat a :u^ es.r tJiese idinnesota Win- ters are! Pg 1 Philanthropists, away I down last, get the chills when they ti-ink of them and mourn over the hard lot of the people in the North. Scar State. Well, I we are about r.hroaah with ourseoosd win- and oiust con ids of life vjve ox •n h'ad'nt heard so much about iho .,„..,!,..,• ,. 3 -hfar, a all. Proprietor of the St. Charles I IO.I -i imunea I children is sunrtiiBSLfi UvX uYt .V.- .- a at «£.'AnthonJy and itse^a- i-a public aamiratba as the Biblica -D-A champion ofuian-srtealinir. j'.:i\j6, in two hundred yearn tand uo for "equal rights.' :.ast, gumenfK'in t.3 of our Northern winfe?3.we should ,.,,,..], "...

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