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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 24 February 1859

»if I COUNTY .SuPE&vxsbfts.-—The Board would find it to their advantage rise printed ink. ""are entitled to a a regular report CountJ ..fchejr proceedings, and we are prepared to 'publish it on moderate terms. TheTax payers are looking to theni fur the publi cation of ail arrnual statement of our C'ounV ty aiiiiii^. They wish to know .what a mount of tjaanty bonds and orders have been.issued, and the amount-yet* outstand' ing and-whda thai Court House is to be completed. —e-^K to The people desire, and of all STATE PLOAP.-—Air. LKADBEATER, who has been engaged in cutting the State Road to lied KLver, bus returned and in forms us that the road is completed and in_ good .order for winter travel. He speaks in high terms of fhe liberality of the German settlers Of St. Joe and vicini ty in aiding the road makers with teams anrj provisions. It is indicative of our climate thafc. this parry of men have been out since the beginning of winter, sleeping in a tunt and that all have returne...

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. — 24 February 1859

•r- T*\\3itiN«ro4, July 17, .18&K W a General li&e this «|«y direct 2 1« a earryiug tho mail from St. Cloud via Bi-eckinrutge, to Fort Abercrom We be uinde With Messers Allen and Chase— a proportion having been made by thorn which wag deemed reasonable. Hespectfully. FT. M. Rice. !EG- J^Xa O A E S A E W E E A S default bae been made in the condition of the pxymer I of a certain mortgage cxecu'cd and delivered by D. W. C. Duuwell and Mary Dunwell, wife, of Dakota county, in the Vtme of Minnesota, and William E. Hartshorn -»nd Sarah M. Hartshorn, his wife, and William Joltcr, of Ramsey county, State a'oresaid, to II. M. Gorin, of the State of Missouri, which mortgage upon the lauds hereinafter descri bed, and was giren to secure the payment of lbe «uiu of *5 yTT 88-100, with-interest, on or before the first day of January, A. D. 1858, an•» which mortgage bears date the eleventh iay of November. A. B. 1857, and was duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds of S'earns cou...

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. — 3 March 1859

1,-4 l*M vy oaatafiis vJ i,--/ -.. •. ,' 4ANE 0 SWISSHELffl, VOL' 1. «waan—WiBWgr-«wmwf .—*«-« SY CLOUD DEMOCRAT OfFlCE ON THE WESTERN BANK OP THE iultaM&MiiJrl J^VIUL SO MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OP ST. ANTHONY, fPFOMTK THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: 6ns oopy, one ye*r. Two copies, one year, five copies, one yew, Tea Twenty eyment must fnTaaiably he made $2,00 8,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 in adranee HATES OF ADVERTISING. One eolumn, one yea*,' $60,00 naif eolumn, 35,0 One-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Bueineoa Cards not over six line*, 6,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rates. All fetters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. A N WSmhk MB nmngf m& The Boys and the Schoolmaster. TALE OF OUTRAGED HONOR AND FEARFUL REVENGE. 3 THE EDITOR OP THE DEMOCRAT. We have had quite a tempest in a tca -pot betwteen folks who never should fall ©at, TIC the printers Devils and the Schoolmaster. All the printing done in Ste...

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 March 1859

^-•/.mr- M^OxrWU^Ms 4^HM'--«Met.'t|MUawart ri--t»i*-":-'-^tn WVa/d'aS'aam 1 3 a it OJ SanJUy morning last Trctrcro aston vjb^l by announcements in onr. Milwaift kea excH.i:i£*3 that a steam ice boat de iiguecl to run daring the winter months, in connection with the Mississippi and Mil waukee Railroad, to St.*Paul, was 'how in oourse of oorwtruction in this city. Inqui ry soon satisfied xa thai we were not so de reliot in our duty as local journalists as circumstances made it appear. The first installment of material 1 ai arrived on the previous evening, after our edition was cir Some years aso, Mr. Wiard, then a resi dent of Janesville in this State, commen ced experimenting with a view the con struction of a boat to run on the river, when closed by ice. and has since labored unremittingly tc meet and overcome the ob st.cles to the success of his design, which presented themselves to his own mind or were urged by othc.1. In the past years and siiic« h:s invention has been submitted ...

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 March 1859

If 4 I mgm*mm COUNTT s-r Vestings and Gentlemen's Furnishing goods, to the inspection of Wiiioh he invites his friends and the public. OHIO STATE mm LHW MLLEOE. This institution has been r« aoT *o eve land, Ohio. Degree?, sr^ Students upon graduate praetice. For circular .. a and W in I Embmaing eTerjtLiug in she DRY- O 0.1) S IKE) AMI AT TRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. COUNTRY MSa OliANTS Will tad taia the best p!'.cc'jp .rcijase their SUPPLIES THS ATTESTIOX 0 7 CITY ANDCOUXTRYPii VSfiRS If particularly invite! ._• iiia SPLENOIDSIGU IN TH 5 C0RKE7, 3TORE OF TilE STONE BLOCK, Oa the corner of Wabashaw and St. Auiholiv Streets, on the Blu.T, next the bri-J^e St. Paul, Minnesota. BUSINESS O? Sr. Pi- ',.—Vii':or? at •tore of Messrs..Ia^jrsj'l S ». inig'st very naturally euqair-i w'jore t..« !ios c-.:i» fr whl son'tinuy thron sore, bit whfesi they price their goals It a) !-:ror b? . matter of surprii"!, :hv Delaines at l'i£ COTS per yard, ani 5)01 E i6li^.i M^rJnicjs at '1" cents per yard. ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 March 1859

"•ieunTy'ot' fc? ,„ •J. n'*surixuoV July IT 1S Pjtuura id" \te fii'stttiirglJbtu*riti !kh* Ptefuilustar ticu'cra'l has this Jay direct -4«-tkn'» tt-oontract for carrying ibe mail IVoiri ^V VJf«^ y\ilBtyokiowdge,* to a'orl Abercroiu lue be' inniVa with Messcrs' Mien and Clmsc— ft reposition liavhig'bjeu imule by them which Wife* I'lyeiucU reasonable.* [Respectfully. 11. Rice.' I E .A. I -bp-.»'i\\, of mortgages, on piges 227, 228, 220 ^a^JOjfHa. tU-Uuviiof, tf/,0^0 39-100 is now .dujp at th-' d.ite of i'i'.is hoiioe upon Raidmort jjig' and_no suit-nor proceedings have be' lUatiiutcd or jfiie debt .sec .part ihereof •"Now'therefore by virtue of a power of P»*C contained in said mortgage and of the statute iii 5iii:h cas de «n provided, notice is Ttcivby ,'g:ven, thit rli«? i.-mi!.-* and re is l,yingi tho county of Stearu-vin the State of Miy-i^-i it i, and d-sorib"d in said mortgage, as .ltd ow wit Tii» r,-i: -i!, undivided on half of lots num .bsjrod ono ['. two [2] nine ['.»] and te...

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 March 1859

LU or CO O Q. LU LU lha iWufcisier General has Lis day direct «-f-tkat ii contract for oAi-t-yiag ilie ninil from *'i Wyflfi* U»^kiowdg«,. ta ifort Abercroin lncbe made with Mcsscrs Allen find Chase— vrepoaJtion haViWg'bl'cu made by them which wafc» \i6fi icU reasonable.* ''•|l&speetfullj 1 H. M. Rice." fc W fct%of t&dSaraUM T. ,'M. 'T —I •••..— m—m if default has been made in the condition the payment of a certain mortgage executed arts iaHshorn, hisjiii'p, and Vfilihtni Jolt*!*, of jmsey.c»-untynjSTatd ^varjjsaid, *to 4 if- Gorin, of^th.o State of Missouri," which flpsfrtg.igc is »Pon t^Q la^j^ licnunafter descri &//*# ««id-^r:i» given, tojseertre the paynreni ,o^ gtfj»Wx$r §5,047 88-11)0, with 'ntercst, on or tjpfpr$jbx first day of n:«*r' A., 1). 1858. iji»' w£»§h mortgage bears, date the eleventh *!*v io^jNovember. .*.. 1. IboV, and was duly re^rfled-in the oflice of Hegistcrof Deeds of t'.eajj4u«oi:ntyL»., jv,o,i:i5.'5r, Minnesota, on tin 18th day of A. 1807, at 7-...

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

W na ilka M'tj'nU ^•A'TAMO'JIH B*J iq ,buvjAsaa l«t- L'i3» ZXEBiM VOM :.:: 'to -»^hl..t} OFFICE tfci ili! \\'ESTEIIN BA^IK, OE THE ©5 E S ABOVE T1IKJFALfeS".OF ST. ANTHONY OI»FtMTiJ tflffc ^STEAMBOAT lUxpiNG. -oooo- AHD TERMS: ?{ll&/tt&l ^H*v PB? column, on* year, '•:. half column,""*di si. .»: tun.- Kii«:i' t.OB*3K«.J 4 ., .•.:._' ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT $ 5,00, Mflltfiq rvrr a Ja 12,60. T^jptfc,-,:..,,/' ,iu a 20,00 :. 1'jTaMBt roust invaaiably be made in advance. $60,00 33,0 20,00 1,00 5,00 7,00 3 I One-fb«rth «f a^blumi^57 One square, (tea lines or" less) one Steele, Business CardsVol ovc¥Bix/ IfticH, °Ter six! liner launder ten/ Legal'advertiscme^t| at legal'vates. AllMtcrs3 6f %us:ineV3: to' %e directed to tW EDITOR.*?^* ORIGINAL POETRY. [The following lines will find a response in many a heart in this far off laud. We heai tiljr -we]cpm.e Mrs. SHAW, J.Q our col umns, and otwjreaders will be glad to learn that hopeto.hear from her- often—ED. DEM.}.1 l-Vi BB* :, ••••.! a ecb*...

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. — 24 March 1859

TK* ST. VhOXJD DEMOCRAT J\$K SWJSSlitiLM. EDITOR. Thursday, March 24th 1859. *6ale of tho Public Lands. We'have seen a late letter f.otn Senator SnXEi.De stating that the Departmenta'had resolved to bring oar Public Lands into "market, that bo and the entire Minnesota '1elocution had done all in their power to prevent but that the Administration wag "in want of money, outside speculators were urging the sales and to it is to be Cold. he letter waf written to Dr. FULL, of Princeton, and did notjstate whether the rules were simply those advertised in the Cambridge district or a still greater body of our domain, whether it is five hundred or few thousand families who are to be trued out of their homes but, at least, tli« most earnestly expressed wishes of the people of Minnesota are disregarded and their pet, IIK.NRY M. RICE, who sold him self to the Administration, people said that he might the better further the local interests of Minnesota, is powerless to pro tect. So far as the in...

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. — 24 March 1859

TrfE "JotraNAL OP MEDICAL SCIENCE— published at Cineinnr.ti, gives in every number, eoaie highly interesting, and to UJt, new information tboot the art of heal ing. There ban advertisement of the Medioal College, from whieh St emanates, tn oar advertising columns and to it we oall attention. LOCAL ITEMS. District Court. District Court, 4th Judicial District, Stearns County, commenced its session March 15th. Hon. Edward O. Hamlin, Judge present Grand Jurors, C. T. Stearns—Foreman, O. W. Getchcll, O. 8. Freeman, tf G. Fillmore, John Broker, E. E. Abbot, B. Rosenberger, H. Dane, SethGibbs, G. W. Cutter Martin Johnson, Daniel Spaulding, Vincent Schindler, Edwin McClure, H. P. Bennett, M. Morrison, Truman Parcher, W». McDonald. Criminal eases—how disposed of. United States Cause strickenfrom Caleu dar and bail discharged. John Hertsbergcr Pnkad States Stricken off Calendar, no one appearing for Prose John Dressier eution. State of Minnesota v« {-Stricken off calendar. Thoa. Blancy United...

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. — 24 March 1859

j» Janata Tl -MM 1 1 0 A E S A E.—MORTGAGE JVJL oxeoufcd -by WilliaTta Parsons and Wcithy Lodima Parsons his wife Mortgagers (Javlo^ Wilcox Mortgagee dated Noventbcr Af*D. 1855 and recorded iu the office of the Register of Deeds Benton county on the 27th day of November 1855 at 7 o'clock P. M. iu JJ.vok A of Mortgages, pages: 137, 138, and 139 conditioned for the pay ment of One Thoufcaud Six Hundred Dollars with interest thereon according to the condition of a certain Promissory Jfotc—bearing even date with said Mortgage made by said a sons for said sum— which said Mortgage was assigned, together with said note by said Carlos AYilcox, to Edward 0 Tyler, by a signment bearing date May 20th 1850 and recorded in tli'e office of Register- of Deeds lieu'lon county aforesaid, the 2Sth day of May 1830 at 11 o'clock A. M. in Book A of Mortgages aforesaid, page "22 and which said Mortgage- contains the usual power of sale, upon which there is at this time and. date, duo and unpaid, and so c...

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. — 7 April 1859

""aW 0! sifts A ag HB»a Preas Oapg OL the position of a ""'•V-"!-'. ot^ ££225225*!'selw 9 ?4f ^•rifr trr-r £T CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE OltTHK W A N O E THE OOOO •rota* aw ^TERMSt 8 a A I II ~.S£ri'2 l*wo oofM.•»• y«at, Flmt eopiM, one year, Tea o» tfrmUri l^ r5Ir. :3,0tK'"s/ 7,00 12,00 20,00 :S a MiSt inTkaiably hemade in advance «RjitgS^ADViRTISING/ 0«t«ol«mn, on* jaar, Qi fry .v-.i »uli baif eolumn, rJ»3h v.«* 5 1 &£- Aitumi 9 Some or your reader may' remember that during the last State canvass, he wajs c'iarged in some of the opposition papers with- having returned a. female slave into bondage. Tho charge pas made pa such a manner,. that he thought it improper to give it any notice. lie had three or four slaves in Tennesee, 'and at their request, they were left Hicre reiaining what they earned, and living in comfort. One accompanied his family to Minnesota, but she became diseonrented away from .her ncqualn tances, and desired to return. Mr. Calhoun told bet she. was free to go ...

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. — 7 April 1859

•aMOSa aii the lecture was wvu|gw that will bear I»JI review and the poor old sum ii a r.*A Specimen of that purity which ht •"ijf !a charaetcriftfe of Southern men,for the whole Icetuve wao isabned with inch grot* sensualism as neat but a Southern iuaa could have exhibited. a the North, men generally hare that decent respect for the opinions of man kind," which %em to covet their greesnea* with a cloak, juet people eov er ugly ootee with rage hut this poor, old man, whoae *thiu .hairs are white for the tomb, and who, as a profleasor of re ligion, ought to have hie spirit clothed in a linen garment, white and pure, has not even a rag to cover the festering ulcer of moral corruption which is rankling in his bosom. Many of his allusions were un necccssary to his subject, and gross in *he extreme Will some of our subscribers who in tend paying in wood, send us some,dry fuel We are very much in want of itj and cannot keep the office going unless we get some more soon. Our a Trip. On Thu...

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. — 7 April 1859

TH E THIS I. CJR/:: FAMILY JMSdlOlifiES. Consumptive's Balm, Price $3 00 per bet. The Gra)ftnb:rg Company's MarehaU'f Uterine Cuthol leoa, Sarsaparina Compound, Orsefeaberg Pile Rem*Ay, Dysentery Syrup, Children's Panacea ?evtr ft Ague' Reracd4i Vegetable Fuia, Eye Lotion. O I Mountain Olntmen*, Health Sitters, Manuel of Health, *€$0 he above medicine* are confidently reeom wjended to the public. That they may be re tied or. ia all cases for TTLICU they are reccm .mended, is a fact established by fourteen years experience. Prepared byjhe Grafenberg Company, 32 Park How, New l"ork, ai.i for sale by 3. MARLATT, St. Cloud. .,£ W. TENVGORD, and By Agents, Druggists and Patent KcdiMne Sealers eye:ywhere. COZSriAUS, General Ag-.nt, Wu:?niin Sine:, Milwaukee, Wis. 2b DAY PUBLISHED I nns B.VT vrausHSD4 Thefirstnumber ef TMB QQSMOQRAPB! THK COSMOORAPH THF COSMOORAPH THE COSMOGRAPH ui pmLosermiAf, Moyrin,T. A PHILOSOPHICAL HONTH7,Y. A PHILOSOPHICAL M3:-:IT^T. A PHILOSOPHICAL MON7HLT. CMMTON S...

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. — 7 April 1859

tlis, lecture was n-.i rE^IEW S ®&mm & A O S A &—MORTGAGE •*&.. «x»«uted by William J. Parsons aud fceu&j Lodima Parsons his wife Mortgagors to Carlo* Wilcot Mortgages dated November loth A. IX 1355 and rocordod in the office of the Rpgiator of Deeds Benton county on ihe 27th day of November 183a at 7 o'clock ?. M. in Book "A" of Mortgages, pages 137, 138, and. 139 'conditioned for the pay ment of. One Thousand, Sit Ilundrcd Dollars witq Interest thereon according to the condition of a certain* Promissory Note—beating even fU^e with said Mortgage made by said Par sons foresaid.sum—which said Mortgage was assigned, together with- said note by said 'A Car^o* Wilcox, *to Edward G. Tyler» by as signment bearing date May 20th 1656 and recorded in the office of Register of Deeds Kenton county aforesaid, the '28th day ofMortgages, May 18SG, at 11 o'clock A. M, in Book A" of Mortgages aforesaid, page! 222 and which S)id Mortgage contains, the. usual power of sale) upon w...

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. — 21 April 1859

I -••iiTHi-'-irihiriii *.* Ei *i:/in »*£& 'fftVfl 0 aWIBSHEIiH. te rt'jj wir..i.-..'m- JOLl,^J tf.:*.'!')W* ,vrt W*1 .-**« rar: «n vT CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE~XY8 tfllK RN BANK OP THE »0 MlfcE^ ABOVE THE FALLS OF ©PPOSJTB...TJHB STEAMBOAT LANDING. *fERMS: Oti» oopy, one year, $ 2.00 Two copies, one year, 8,00 ir# copies, one year,- 7,00 Tea 12,00 Twsaty «. j*, 20,00 Payment must intaajably bemade in advance. RATES^OF ADVERTISING. One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, {ten lines or leas) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over, six linev 5,00 Over sis, lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rate*. AU letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. 0 RIG IN AL FOETRY For the St. Cloud Democrat. E A S A N E S BY STEPHEN MILLER. O tell me not that Angels live, In lands of bliss alone That Earth's unfeeling host but give 'Her wounded odea a*atone:— Thai those'who in temptation fail, Lose all of friends avid fame That w...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 April 1859

ts. W The eiP|!' b. 1'' *k W a byiiuki^a.iiwey/nftho river and by uotud m*^oreiaeut of the depth of water upfront Pembina, during tbe %0'i*b uf .Septejuber, \M§. In his rsport }m mpmeneb that Congress grant lands tbr the wnstrnction of three railroads, to center ^J|p|fti«idj?fr--K)he stretching a OIOM to: thofltt*aouri fiver, another to the Minnesota* and tbe third to the head of Lake Snperior. We bare the additional testimony of Gov. Stevens, who in his very able Repoit ^8t*1%rthcrn^a«?ii5e Rail soad Slavey,.makes use of the following kagtragoin behalf of the locality in which Broeisandsp is sitnated Vol. 1 page 83.] Mm ,: S .•«,-" rand plstean of the BeTs louse River valleyd, are have from Btreckenridge-:.id and the five huudrcd.in'Iesofcontinttoussteamboat! ^ri^tiun. Already a raiWoad^s bcated which sure its construction. iStcamboat is now being built, which will navigate the Red River during the coming cummer. /A steam saw and grist mill is being put in opevatio^ at Breekenridge...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 April 1859

ZZ£2~1 ggffggg ij L130 Jf^H O AG E S A F.:—30tijfe IS I hereby given that default haa'baen'made la the conditioae'.of•*. certain Iniunture of mortgage inalo, executed and delivered by I aim Aalt and Margaret* his wife to James Napier, boaririg-xlate tho Thirteenth day of April A. 9^185** a^.--recorded in. the offisc'of the Register of DoodaMiVMorrigo.v, .county cu the FourtebWhda^e&A^riLAr & & 11 o'clock,. P. M. Iu Book "Av of Mortg\gif pages 09, 69 and 70^j2EJIat^^ 4adrr-'g t^/vf^i duly assign*} byi8iW.'i«i|[e*^a|^*r r{o^\riM'j O. Hamlin by visrtuu of a d«e£:#?.!/v^giimeiu duly erocutod on tlte^-^T^nty '.iV'4"^".% $ of August A. D. 1857 and ro^.ordui in the office of the Register of Deads o! Morrison county on the Twenty-eighth day of November A. I». 1857 »V? •'clock A. M.ia Book "A" of Mort* gag»s o*pages 11* and, 116. That there is claimed to be due on said made arid provided tae premises' to.^tUo Dated April 6th A. D. 1S^9.' KDWAR0 Q. JT.^1L1N. Wu S. Mooa«, Atb'y. ^I...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 April 1859

THIS JANE Thursday* a ptfi 0.'W?3sr,is St. Cloud it thapoint et which the Red Riv er trains cross the JttWiseippi en their way to St. Paul, which proves it to be the natural Junction of land (ravel between theee two great arteries of tVade. It is at the present head of steam navigation on the, Mississippi. Beats run regularly, during the Spring ar early Bummer months, from St Anthony to this place. The map girei He position* correctly with reference to all the moat important points in the Twrritcry, but the peculiar beauty ef itsproficiency. location, and fertility of the surrounduag eo«a try cannot be transcribed. Within ilteen miles of 8t. Cloud, on opposite aides ef the river, and at different points of the compass are eight lakes varying in siae from 1 stile' to 6 miles in circumference, all, s»ve one,* beau tiful, exceedingly, three et them at leant, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, clean pebbly shores plentifully mixed with eonttlian and waters abundantly suppl...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 May 1859

$m\$R *^'***Mj lj'TS". O. SWISS S FOBITI 1HE 8TEAMB«tt LANDING. One espy,eaeyeji£^i 9 2,00 Two sepim, euryeer, §,00 Firo eopise, ea« year, 7 00 Spin*.3* .^M-:, tfj/X) Twehte^. II TO a festal morn, end the warm Jsuti shed down their flood of golden bathing ill resplendent, glory th* proud oity of Paaipelanu. Although it wasj ealy morning, the busy streets were thronged with esquires, pages and menials, hurrying hither and thtt^ST, at tor fejatfoig- m£ &ms hwdiy masters.' The glittering garments of the •squires the gaj mantles and plumes of die pages gave an air of grandeur to the busy scene while from every quarter, the sound of music and the clattering of armed steeds was borne upon the breeze. 5 It was the morning of the great tourna ment, and the pride and beauty of the laud had assembled, at the summons of the heralds of Sanoho. the.Strong, the master and giver of the entertainment. Without the eity were pitched the tenia of the princes and nobles, who had come to do honor to...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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