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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 30 June 1859

4. too* Pear ••^niTn'vff""] E ST. CLOUD DEMOCRA JANE G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, Jun 30d 18159. Republican State Conevntion. Notice ia licrcby givea that the Republican State Convention, preparatory to the election ^69, will meet at the Capitol, in the city of Si. Pttil, oli^¥tdne8aayth*2^|httey ofJuly next at ten o'clock A. M. Candidates for Governor, Lieut.- Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorny Gencr •1, and two Representatives in Congress will b« nominated. The basis for representation for the Conven tion will be, as follows Each county will be entitled to one delegate, and an additional del egate for each 2,001) inhabitants, and for each taction of 1,000 or more, another addition* delegate, according to the Census of 1857. The several counties in the State are enti tled to delegates, as follows: Aiken, 1 Anoka, 3 Becker, 1 Benton, 1 Blue Earth, 8 BrecWnridgc, 1 Brown, 2 Buchanan, 1 Carlton, 1 Carver, 8 Cass, 1 Chisago, 2 Cottonwood,. 1 Crow Wing, 1 Dakota, Davis,...

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. — 30 June 1859

-"•tea-He Hi A I 1 I en I ii a .IS. a •rgaaS 9 S S eWPPINQS FRDffl THE TRIBUNE. Outrageous Case of Kidnapping. oooc Correspondent of the N. T, Tribune. JIT. HOLLY & 4*1 w&ixoa, Penna, June 13, 1859. Last Friday evening four men came to thie Tillage and put up at the house of Mr. 8nyder Rupley, and left that even ing at about 9 o'clock. The next morn TWTfi waa discovered that a colored man ".. named Butler, and his wife and child, had been kidnapped from their home, which they had been some twelve years in pur chasing and paying for. They passed my howe about 12 o'clock at night, on theii to Maryland. Strange as it may seem, no notice of the matter has been taken in this vicinity deep* & little talking about it by the in habitants in a cool business-like way.— The nian was sober, industrious and re spectable and deserved protection. F. G. 'm SLAVE MABRIAGE ILLEGAL.—A ThelKansas Election. Correspondence of the N._Y. Tribune. •. ELWOOP, Kansas, "June 9,1859. We are defeated...

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. — 30 June 1859

ii ii VOL.1. The subsoil is sandy and although the soil ia from one to three feet deep, a rich blank loam supporting a rank vegetation, the drainage ia •e perfect and the air no pare that breathing is a perpetual pleasure. Aa yet, our physi cians have discovered no diaeaees peculiar to the climate, no indegaaieus complaint except the "Minnesota Appetite" which requires one fourth more treatment than a modest Pennsyl vania or Ohio attack of a corresponding dis ease. Eed In some of the river towns back, places that will be pleasant villages, lots can be hadgratis by those who will build and live on them.— This, in places where a house can be built for fifty dollars, that would be a palace compared to the dens rented in large cities for 4 and 5 dollars per month, while the lot, with only the aid of a grubbing hoe and a few days labor, would bring vegetables to feed a family, and every township,has 600 acres appropriated*to the support of schools. Seventy, thousand acres are appropriate...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 30 June 1859

r.-«4^-«3S^ LU Q: CO OL LU -. UMB 8 T. CLOUD DEMOCRAT. ANE ©. SVVISSHELJ4V KDITOR eChhiandny, June 80th 1850. VOL.1. HO. 48. TOWNS. S JLXZSTP? OXJIOTJX). 8t.Claamk 0M potetaivUch the Red Riv er taniaa At *iuwiastppi antoon?t at. Panl, wiueh proves to be the natural function offend travel between these twegreet •rtories sf tr4* It is st the prvscat head ef •team aavigstiea aa the htamiastppi. Beats ?nn rsgularly. during the Spring snd early Summsr mantes, from, ft Anthony to that pests. The n«p gives its position correctly wHh reference to all the snost important potato to the Territory, bat to* peculiar beauty af its location, and fertility ef thaenrrcniidiBf *wwa try cannot as tranasrtoed. Wiihia Mean nils ef St. Cloud, so opposite t'lan af ate river, and at u^isTereat points ef tea compass ars sight lakes varying in size from 1 exile te 6 miles in oucemfereass, all, save ana* bsau *»f 1, exceedingly, tares el them at leant, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Weededbeans, clean peb...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 July 1859

VOLi: •K\) .. rw one ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT WEJCE ON T^B WESTERN BANK OF THE Mb MILES AiBO^E THE FALLS OF J* Twenty SVEFHEN MILLER. HENB.Y SWISSHELM I ANTHONY\ TERMS: •PP08ITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. 0000 «opy, one year, Two •©pies, one year, Five eopiet, one year, Tea $ 2,00 8,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 Pa/moat must intaaiably be made in advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING One eelnmn, one year, ,. $60,00 Balf eelnmn, 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,vlv~~ 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents folio first Insertion, 40 eents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the RDITOB. JAMXS M. MCKEI/VT. STEPHEN MILLEB. & I E Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, •'-•:. ST. OLOTJD, MINN. Will make collections, invest money, buy, •all or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase wr dispose of Real Estate.- REFERENCES. Ben. SIMOH CAMEKON U. S. Senate, WILLIAM MITCHELI Esq...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 July 1859

Thursday, :.-.... THE ST.CLOUD DEMOCRAT, JANE Q. SWISSHELM, EDITOR July 14th 1859.tor.m Republican State Conevntion. N\tice is heroby given tint the Republican themselves by starring the printer. Stat* Convention, preparatory to the election rator *f9, *ill meet at the Capitol, in the city of St. Paul, on Wednesday the 20th day of July next at ten o'clock A. JU Candidates for Governor, Lieut. Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorny Gener nl, and two Representatives in Congress will be nominated. The basis* for representation for the'.Conven-1 tion will be, as follows: Each county "will be entitled to one delegate, and an additional del egatc for each 2,000 inhabitants, and for each Taction of 1,000 or more, another additiona delegate, according to the Census of 1857. The several counties in the State are onti tled to delegates, as follows Aiken, 1 Anoka, 3 Becker, 1 Benton, 1 Blue Earth, 8 Breckinridge, 1 Brown, 2 Buchanan, 1 Carlton, 1 Carver, 3 Cass, 1 Chisago, 2 Cottonwo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 July 1859

7 ATTHB WILLIS HOUSE. We look upon all politicians, whether in office or out, as fair subjects of editorial comment in all their political relations.— We do not recognize any man's rigkt to privacy in any attempt to govern the peo ple. We never kept a political secret and think we never will. The people are the proper source of political power, and have a right to know all the purposes and plans of those who dispense power and patronage.' Whenever we can trace a po litical wire up to the handle, we shall di rect public attention to that point, no mat ter where it is, or what is likely to be the consequence. We believe this is a duty which every editor owes the public, and we shall have to get in anew supply of cowardice before we shrink from it To those who feel that these, our purpo ses, are right, we appeal for aid in carrying them out. The difficulties with which we have to contend are very great. A large majority of the people of St. Cloud show the best disposition to aid and su...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 July 1859

mafemmim 90S THE S I\ CLOUD DEMOCRAT. JANE G. SWISSHELM, KDITOK Thursday, July 14th 1859. VOL.1. NO. CO. ToWSrs S-A-IISHT OXrOTIZD. St. Cloud is the point at which the iv er trains cross the Mississippi on the^*Vay to St. Paul, which proves it to O natural "•unction of land travel -between fnese two great urterics of trade. It is atthe present head of eteaiu navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and "early Summer months, front/St Anthony to "this place. jr The ruajyjives position correctly with rel'crence Vail t/e most important points in the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of itsproficiency. location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cann*t be transcribed. Within fifteen mil© of Si. Cloud, on opposite sides of the riv'cr, ani at different points of the compass &i'o cig/t lakes varying in Siz^ from 1 mile to 5 mil*s in circumference, all, save one, beau tifl^c'xceedingly, three ot them at least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Woode...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 July 1859

.1: -nj •.' in ~r 9EB I )*Mrisg ,. JANE O. SWIS8HELB, tanas I ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTESN BANK OF THE 0 MILES A O E E FALL S O ST.ANTHONY '•rroBiTE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS O eopy, year, $ 2,00 Two copies, one year, 3,00 Five topiea, one year, 7,00 Tea 12,00 Twenty 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance. BATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, -, $60,00 Hair eolomn, 35,00 tee-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six linos, 5,00 -Over six lines and nnder ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. AH-letters of business to be directed to the EDlTfOH. JAMBS M. MCKBLVT. E STEPHEN MILLER. & I E Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, ST. CLOUD, MINN. Will make collections, invest money, buy, "•ell OT loan land Warrants, and enter purchase dispose of Real Estate. REFERENCES. Hen. SIMON CAMERON XT. S. Senate, WILLIAM MITCHELL Esq, Harrisburg, Pa. G...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 July 1859

ste THF S r. CLOUD DEMOCRAT JA-JN G. SWISSHELM. KDPIQR Thursday, July 2Uh 1859. VOL. 1. NO 5j sag Mr. PARSONS spe ech, on our outside will repay perusal. LBANDEU QoaroN.—It is alwagj. pain ful to iccord instances of ir.a!icious wicked ness, especially ia any one who has enjoyed the confidence of his neighbors tut such now is our unpleasant duty. Mr. GORTON lias stood high in this community and many can yet. apologize for him. We had rot suspected him for more than ordinary weakness, until the 4th, when he drove in his buggy, up to our door and stated that be had been requested to come.and take us up to the celebration. Taking it for granted that all was right, and grateful tor the attention, we put on our tother jrewn and went along, nothing doubting.— Arrived at the Hall we took a seat far for ward, and when the house was a perfect jam, Mr. GORTON took a seat upon the platform, v.iih Hon 0. T. STEARNS and Rev. PHILLIPS and after a few prelimin aries get np and deliberately began to...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 July 1859

Jitical r. -.*I 1 ,u0» a Onr*Pfolpeetu|wll .be found on ours third 'page, andiwfe ask tho friend *T the freeUozn of .the pres$ and of the principles there. Laid down, to Aid us infifty maintaining them. ."We feel that* in our advocacy of them in St* Cloud we have ^been milder and more conservative than we have ever before been in our character ot Writer for the Press. W feel, that except our large share of human weakness, our life has been such asto give no just cause of offense to any. May be we arc a fanatic but ne convio turn ould be stronger in our mind, than the feeling that the Lord has prepared by along course of discipline, to stand pub. licly as the advocate of the oppressed our own sex, as a representative of woman's right, under God, to choose her own sphere of action. We have chosen ours with di rect reference to the final account, and those who make it the subject of sarcasm, ridicule, or coarse personal abuse, may cal culate to meet all that is terrible in ear nestness...

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

... V.''.1-..1! SB ?J0I J9_R6XdOU2 DEMOCRAT JAKE G. SWISSHBLM. EDITOR ^r Fi? Thursday, July 21th 1859. VOL.!. KO.M. 0"W"2srS S A I S 1 O I O "XT ID ST l»i h,A ™i«* ki «.w ». .1 *. o. WMississippiie W W 0 I -ruin« croa5 S the onftheir wav"to ftt. 1 awl, whiaJs proves it to be the natural 'unction of fend travel between these two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of steana navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and early Summer months, from St Anthony to this place. The map gives its position correctly with 0 a11 mw,t the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of its location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cannot be transcribed. Within fifteen «{"e of St. Cloud, on opposite sides of the r»ver, and at different points of the compass eight lakes varying in siie from.l mile to 6 miles in circumference, all, save one, beau "fl, exceedingly, 4fcree ot them at least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, an pebbly shores ple...

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. — 28 July 1859

3 ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT EDITOR. ON THK WESTERN BANK O THE WSRSam BiF 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, APFOSZTS THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. ta« eopy, «as 7«ar, $ 2,00 Tir* oopi&s, one year, 3,00 fit* oo^Us, o»* yetr, 7,00 a 12,00 Twwty 20,00 Payment must LUYsaiably be made in advance. KATE3 OP ADVERTISING $&• solumn, one ye*r, $00.00 Salf oftlunui, 86,00 C&«-f«nrt.h of a eolumrf 20,00 •*t« square, (ton linss or i*aa) one week, 1,00 Ba*5 »wi Card3 not over sis lines, 5,00 Over sixlines.and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first tiM'A* M. MCjKKIVT. E •0UNSELLO AT LAW, 8AINT CLOUD MINNESOTA'/ GEO. A- NOURSE, (Late ot St. Anthony,) ATTORJIEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, OPBIOK ijf MeClCRo'a (PHOENIX) BLOCK, J?SAB TS I S 3 5 ST. PAUL, Min. WM. S. MOORE, ATTORNEY AND COUSSELLGa AT LAW SAUK RAPIDS, Min. •TE-rMM MULES.. KKSHT SWISSHBLM REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. PpHZ undersigned offer their services to loan money upon best real estate security and to...

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. — 28 July 1859

~r.:y :..- «& acac JAH* a SWISSHELH, ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT WFICE ON THii WESTERN BANK OF THE itSSlffl?H 1I¥IE, MILES ABOVE THE FALLS (ft ST.x4NTH0NY, «*r08!T« TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING TERMS: fc» sopy, oae 7«ar, $ 2,00 Tw» Mplsi, on* year, 3f00 five eoptts, on* yew, 7,00 Ts* 12,00 Treaty. 20,00 Psymoot must inv&aitbly be xaade ia advance, BATES OF ADVERTISING, tia* solum*, one y«*r, $60,00 Malf oftlunai, 35,00 ©*»-fonrth of aoluxnri 20,00 AM tquare, (ten lines or leas) one week, 1,00 Saaiatss Cards not over six lines, 6,00 Over lix lir.9* and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folia first latertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. ., JJ.1I3S X. *C,K«LYY. STEPHEN MILLER. JfeKEIYVY & I E Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 8T, CLOUD, MINN. Will stake collections, invest money, buy, ssU or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase *r dispose of Real Estate. REFERENCES. Hon. Siaox CAM£v.ON U. S. Senate, WILUAM MiTCH»...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 July 1859

dtaHia«a»A»*asy»aBB^^ repeal all the laws of tbeac United States declaring slaye trade piracy. rIhey What but thehigh toue ot its will deny it. They wip tell you they have no such purpose. But did they not assure «9 just as positively, and apparently -with as much sincerity, that they would not re A:i sf he who knows" IJIB party and hi* pftsty JL-.S- so well, haa^ppreheaaion*, may rot. we have? [Applause.] Yes, gentle men, it is their determined ^urfKww still further' to iisit-ee the country and mem- the Republican party from their purpose. aut se nasgui.^. .^ .,.—..-.... *,.»,,,.- ... ...•, .,-...—. say sixteen States, gentleman, ior it was Again, gentlemen the Republican par ty oi Uie country, claim that the public land of these United fetates are the proper heritage of the people, and should be dis tributed to them free of charge and but for the successful resistance of a Demo cratic Ccagress, this wise and just provi sion would have been engrafted upon the ttatutes of the countr...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 July 1859

N m* •ptaPM repeal all the lawa of these United State!' declaring slave trade piracy. They Trill deny it. They \uil tell you they hate no such purpose. But did they not assure us just as positively, and apparently with a much sincerity, that they would not-re peal*the Missouri Compromise Hal no* Judge Doughs, in hi* recent letter, dc- piaotieahie route. clared that be cannot accept the nounn* toh, unkMth»^f«kta« V?*** What more has been done? We have twUied successfully the attempt to fasten slavery upon Kansas by a terrible struggle nnequalled in tba history of the eivilieed Rapubliean party had not been iu eiia enee to resist the agi^ession of slavery Gentlemen, tnelibertv of the Italians iaas atfe in the hands of urn Austrian^ as the liberty of the people of Kansas in the band* of ihe Dmnoeratie party. [Cheers] The mission of tne Republican party it to oppoaa tbotoe insolent demands, and bring back th« Republic to tbe great prineiptea innagvArated by its founders... Nor bat the S...

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. — 28 July 1859

J**?**:?".* \*m n»^ IA Jtapectuswllvle•'*fotnd' J^QTB Wii.jpfaf, a MsOBrown of the press and of the! o* our Lord'One thou Veftfe'Oeen'iiisour lite has been such offence to any. May be we are a fanatic but ne con vie tiou ould be stronger in our mind, than the feelfeg that Lord uaa prepared a Jong course of discipline, to stand pub JSmy «a the advocate of the oppressed When it was offered us we looked upon it *a a command from the Great Master to go •tfvdrk in His vineyard. Our conscience srequitaus of having used it otherwise than ia the service of. God and man. It is thus we still hope to use it, and not to gratify any feeling of revenge aguinst those who have sought our injury with such singular pertihicity and desperTation.' "We shall make no personal war upon any, but those who attack us, had better To those who feel that these* our purpo ses, are right, we appealfor aid in oarrving them out. The difficulties with which we have to contend are very great. A large majority of the ...

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. — 28 July 1859

«i: ST. CLOUD DEM THEnKMocaATMpttblLjh«deteryritort4 Terms: £2.00 per annua), in advance. Of various kinds, executed on short notice. cs 8t„ Cloud i» the point at whichthe Red Riv er trains cross the Mississippi on their way to St. Paul, '*hicb proves it t« be the natural •auction «f landnavel between these twogreat arteries vf trade. It is at the present heed of #teai2 navigation on tho Mississippi. Boats ru.n r^ularly, during the Spring and early Summer months, frost Si Anthony to this Ths map gives its position correctly with reference to all the nioai important points in tho Ttrritoi-y, but the peculiar beauty of Us location, and fortility of the surrounding coun try cannot be iranacribcd. Wit bin fifteen saila of fit. Cloud, on opposite aides of Lbs siYjgr, and at different points of the compass ar« cijrLt Jul-*s varying in sue from 1 mile to 6 ru.ues in circumference, all, save one, beaai *»rX exceedingly, tares- ol them at least, deep «u ough to do*t a man-of-war. W'oodod ban...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 August 1859

a dtoS wfolo JAMS ft. 8WB38HBLH, 1 .-Jviii..xO :»l (Wflofcis •9. A as &$b& &d' Br# Vj^l* :., I .• 0017001 iMOt •aa« Jr~ Jc&i £&££! 1. 1 to JT.MTIT itoniui is a i-1* n: 5 ft --•,1 fl,:-i- IJMO.L ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFIC ON THE WESTERN E THE «PFOSITB 2386$^ E O I V1!.-. W i*#bi?H.*ei ^lQs»eawr,OMyeekv' a Two oopiee, oniytur as«i|gd aspitiviwiejasor. Tan ". 7 fi I & O a a a S if |60^0Q htxtsxSK Half column, jfti V*S v. ^5,00 LoBi ov«ii#.to^khof i'«dlUiim'-"" -b* ffi ii lines anW^niler ten, JilPi COUNSELLOR AT LAW, «AINT CLOUD IVIINNESOTA. GEO. A NOURSE, (Late oi St. Anthony,) ITTOMEY ANQ COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Oraica IN MCCLUNO'* (PUQBNIX) BLOCK, aj.a Bainoa. IT. PAUL, Min. W S. MOORE, ATTORNEy AftO COUNSELLOR AT LAW 8AUK RAPIDS, Min. STIFBCa MILtBR. BKNBT BWISSHELM E A E ST A E AGENCY, S O I N N E S O A THmoneyLupon E undersigned "offer their services to loan best real estate security 'and purchase and sell property either .real or personal, for a reasonable commiss...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 August 1859

•no Journals in the United States endorsing and sustaining tint cow ardly decision. Tthe BUCHANAN organs of course sus tain CASS and the Washington State*, Mr. DOUGLASS/ organ ia using .all its influence to support this oraven poliey. In a late article on that mbject, the Sldtet uses the following insolent language: •In Prussia every male child is born a soldier. The King has a claim upon him fqr a certain number of years of military duty, which is just as valid as th* claim of a Virginian to a slave child for life is val id by the Constitution of the Union. If a mah quits his realm, at whatever personally or by a substitute, upon re-en tering the realm. No obligations which he can take upon himself to another country, and no pro tection which such country can extend to him, can impair this claim, because it is of anterior existence. For instance, if a male slave 01 Virgin ia—one of Mr. Botts,' for instance—were to escape from his owner, proceed to Prus sia, there become a subject o...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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