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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 17 May 1860

ST. O E O A A u. SWISSIIXLX. to rr.oruiETou THURSDAY, MAY 17th 1*00 TOL.S iSJ0...4e. 0 W N S. SAIUTOLOT] St. Cloud it the point at which, the Rett Riv er trains cross the Mississippi on their way to tit. Paul, which proves it to be the natural Junction of land travel between theao two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of steam navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and early Hummer months, from St Anthony to this place. I The map gives its position correctly with reference to all the most important points in the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of its location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cannot bo transcribed. Within fifteen mile of St. Cloud, on opposite sides of the river, and at dtifercnt poiuts of the compass «re eight lakes varying in sixo from 1 mile to 5 miles in circumference, ail, save one, beau tifl, exceedingly, three ol them at least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, dean pebbly shores plent...

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. — 24 May 1860

A N E O. SWISSHELM, ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTER BAKE OF THE ausramN aim 90 MILES ABOrE THE FALLS OF ST, ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING OOOO TERMS One copy, one year, $ 1,50 Five copies, one year, 0,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one oopy extra to the getter up of the ehib, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $G0,00 Half column, 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 Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S CLOTJID, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase er dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SO?. CTLOTT3D, Lower Town. Will make collections, ...

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 May 1860

THE S r. CI.OUD DEMOCRAT JANE G. SWISSIIKLM. KPITOB Thursday, May 24th I860. Lincoln and Hamlin. News came from St. Paul last evening (Mon«l«y) in advance of the mail, that Lin coln of Illinois and Hamlin of Maine, have been nominated at Chicago, for President and Vice President. The rumor is fully credited, and the Republicans are jubilant. They throw up their hats and call to their democratic neighbors: "Iking on your Little Giant!" If success is what the Republicans arc aiming at, they have certainly hit the path and hit it too, so far as we can judge, without any compromise of principle.— When the news came in, we were talking with a gentleman, an intelligent farmer, who has emigrated to St. Cloud from Cen tral Illinois this spring. He straightened up saying: "Is it possible now I feel like shout ing! I had no notion they would nomi nate Lincoln—thought he was too honest. I knew he would do nothing to buy a nom ination, and I thought some one else would get it. But he is too hon...

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 May 1860

mmt O A 2?THIWB ACCIDENT.—On last Monday, Wm. Boyd, of Clear Lake, while driving a team from Sauk river to this place, was thrown from the wagon and had his right shoulder broken. E A THIS W O CAN !—A friend who was in our office this week, informs us that on the loth inst., he saw rye four foot high and completely headed out!— He'was formerly a native of New York, but says this is much ahead of anything he ever saw there. WSF The Steamer Enterprise has made two trips since our last issue, bringing up some freight for our merchants, and ta king down 3000 bushels of wheat. N E S On last Monday a small party of Englishmen passed through St. Cbud en route for the buffalo plains.— They expect to be gone a month or six weeks. IMMIGRATION.—Large numbers of im migrants have been passing through our town into the back country. They are well supplied with cattle, sheep, hogs, chickens and many other etceteras nec essary to comfortable frontier life. 1 9 We would call attentions the adseveral...

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 May 1860

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, JANK (1. 8W1SSIIEI.M, KOirott PROPRIKTOR THURSDAY MAY 24th l*(iO TUmmm Sj&II&rT OLOIDD St. Cloud is the point at which the Reu Riv er trains cross the Mississippi on their way to Si. Paul, which proves it to be the natural •unction of land travel between these two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of steam navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and early Summer months, from St Anthony to In some of the river towns back, places that will be pleasant villages, lots can be had gratis 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 do the dens rented in large cities for 4 and 5 dollars per month, while the lot, with only the aid of a grubbing hoc 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 appropriated to a ...

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. — 31 May 1860

x= ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE HUicuiKX WFSJL 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OFFOSITE TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING TERMS: O towjr, eae year, $ 1,60 five copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 7Tf*a.lj copies, a»» year, (and one copy extra to the getter up of the •lab, 20,00 Fcjaent mast Invaaiably bemade in advance BATES O? ADVERTISING On#column, one /ear, $50,00 Half column, S5.00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 Oao square, (ten Hues or !«as) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 Over six lines and under tea, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 cents al! subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. W I S S 5 S S S S E E N MIIAIMHR. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S CIJOTJX) Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, cell or loan laud Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Beai Estate. A S E ATTOlULx ft COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ST CXOT7X), Lower Town. Will make collections, inve...

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. — 31 May 1860

:s3w|p r^H E r. CLOUD DEMOCRAT JANJ3 G. SW1SSHELM. KOTTOili Thursday, May 31s*. I860. The Candidates. We cannot say that we share any of her regrets about the failure to nominate Mr. Seward. Mr. Lincoln is rs mueh of an anti-Slavery man as he is. There is no lowering ot the standard on that question, and it is our "one idea." We regard suc cess in cheeking tho further aggression of the Slave Power, now as of vital impor tance. Should it have possession of the General Government four years longer, we fear there wouuld be little lett to contend for, and our ouly course to freedom would lie through revolution. Lincoln suits us admirably, and there will be no motive for the Slave drivers to poison him, as they did Hauison and Tay lor, for there they would fall into Hamlin's hands, and this would be "out of the frv. ing pan into tho fire/' When we first expressed our decided preference for Seward, it was when we dis covered a tendency to go out of the Repub lican party, to get a candidat...

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. — 31 May 1860

S I HWMMp—MWMi LOCAX^TEWS. 05*KBW On account of.a press of Jo work, we have been detained a full day tfter our usual time of Wuinsr. W welcome "Rose Glcnwood" to our columns, and will be glad to hear from lier ift'co^ »'-c* 3 In Concert came off yesterday evening, as per announcement. "We will speak further of it in our next issue. W are indebted to Mr. Grandsl- tnyer for St. Paul Papers iu advance of the Mail. A the Mnil last night was a total failure, these were the more acceptable. ,' yj&,*Tbc Enterprise has made her usu •1 two trips within the last week, bringing up about 30 tons^ of freight fur the Hud §on's Bay Co., and taking down grain—the exact amount we have been unable to learn. S O E Fisu.—O last Saturday morn ing Charles Taylor Esq., of this ci*y, caught in the Mississippi, just below town a pickerel weighing sixteen pounds. Not bad! A A S O last Friday this gen- tleman left for Pikes Peak. Mr. Adams was"the Agent of Burbank's Express and Stage line, mid a most cour...

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. — 31 May 1860

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, JAXS O. SWISSHKIX, KIM'oa PROPRIETOR THURSDAY, MAY 31st 1*00 VOX/, 3 iSO. •4 .J I I S 0 W N S. S-A.I3SrT O St. Cloud i« the point at which the Red Riv er trains cross tho Mississippi ou their way te St. Paul, which proven it to be tho natural Inaction of land travel between these two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of •teem navigation on the Miaaiatippi. Boats run regularly, daring the Spring and early Summer months, from St Anthony to this place. The map give* its position correctly with reference to all the most important points in the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of its seoation, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cannot be transcribed. Within fifteen mile ef St. Cloud, on opposite sides of theprocess river, and at different points of the compass are eight lakes varying in size from 1 mile to 6 miles in circumference, all, save one, bcau tifl, exceedingly, three ox them at least, deep enough to floata man-of-war. Wooded banks, 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 June 1860

'j *r I 1 JAN E Q. 8WISSRELH, ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, TERMS: OBPOSITE STEAMBOAT LANDING $ 1,60 6,25 10,00 One oopyTHE one year, Five aepies, one-OOOQ year, Ten Twenty copies, one year, (and one oopy extra to the getter up of the cl«b, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or l«ss) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 #ver six lines and under 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 EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S O I Lower Town. Wiil make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase er dispose of Real Estate. A S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S OLOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, ...

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 June 1860

''. me sadly. I arose, and crossing to the sofa, sat down beside her. "Elsie Rus sell," I said, I have something to say to you no fitter opportunity can come than this. Will you listen to, and ans wer me •'Surely, Paul," she said, why not And there and then I told her of my love, of my adoration and prayed for her's in return. How I told it, and what ,words I uttered, I never knew but ere I had ended she was weeping on my bosom. "And you remember that I am blind! Elsie that you must lead me about and care for me as I should for you that the world will call this a sacrifice, and blamo a blind mm for winning such a treasure. You remember all this, darling, and will uot repent—you are sure of that "Paul, your misfortune makes you doub ly dear to me," she said "do not speak of it again. You know that it is no sac rifice to lovo and to be loved—it is the highest happiness man can know—the greatest earthly blessing." "But, Elsie, if I could see, you would love me still—you would be glad, ...

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 June 1860

.. !. ll *«.i.» *i southern clime, strawberries have blushed into ripenem and promise to be plenty as the locusts in Egypt and a good deal better to take.—Rochester City Post. Yes Sir We have been thinking about it, and find that strawberries have bee ripe here more than a week, and, although they may not bo quite so plenty as ''lo custs in EgYpt*'^--or grasshoppers in Stearns County two years ago—we shall have a great abundance. Meteorological Record.--For June. Reports Monthly for the DEMOCRAT by E. O. Garrison, of St. Cloud. Therniometor—Highest degree 94 33 61 Lowest degree Range Coldest day Warmest Mean of warmest day coldest Monthly mean at 7 9th 6th 78.66° 43.00° 69.97° 64.19° 70.29° 65.46° A. x. at 2 p. M. at 9 p. M. Winds—North North East East 2 5J days 3 South East 7§ South 31 South West 2 West if North West 2 Calm 3 Total No. of days Weather—Clear 4$ "Cloudy 4$ 31 Partly cloudy 2 No. of days rain fell Amount precipitation of water Average force of wind* 16 6.83 in 1.73 0 ...

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 June 1860

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, JANK a. SWISSHELM, KUtlOU PROl'IUKTOR THURSDAY, JUNE 7th 1*60 0 W.Jf as St. Cloud is the point at which the Rett Hir er trains cross the Mississippi on their way to St. Paul, which proves it to bo the natural 'auction of land travel between these two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of steam 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 reference to all the most important points in the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of itsby location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cannot be transcribed. Within fifteen mile of St. Cloud, on opposite sides of thtprocess fiver, and at different points of the compass are eight lakes varying in size from 1 mile to 5 miles iu circumference, all, save one, beau tifl, exceedingly, three ot them at .least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, clean pebbly shores plentifully...

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. — 14 June 1860

JANS G. SWI88HBLH, ST- CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICEON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE iisimiPH aim 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING 0000 TERMS: Onefiopy,one year, $ 1,60 Five copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one eopy extra to the getter up of the clnb, 20,00 Paymentmust invaaiably hemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 Ono square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 6*00 •ver six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first insertion, 40 eents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S OLOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or depose of Real Estate. A E S E I a ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S OHiOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, ...

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. — 14 June 1860

0 E ST CI.OUD E O A JANE Q. SWISSHELM. KDITOR Thursday Jun 14t I860. beward, we are willing to admit that the nomination of Lincoln is probably the best that cdultMiave been made under the cir cumstances. It is one of the worst fea tures oi a Republican Government, that the men who have done the most to give tone and permanance to its institutions and whose genius commands respect and atten tion for it, from abroad, should be the first to suffer by its neglect. WM II. SEWAUD was a man of known and tried Statesman ship. He was the recognized leader of the Republican party. Whatever of strength or of prestige it may have acquired in its conflicts with the Slave Power, is due mainly to his talents. His friends saw this and the only wonder to them was, that the country did not see it too. For years he had expounded its principles. The leaders cf that party were accustomed to adopt his speeches as the standard of round Repub lican doctrines. He had nobly defended his country through its ...

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. — 14 June 1860

£*&**** If f* Iff It at tfco Steams' Rouse. e,yer_£ince,. left for bis home in Tioga county, Penna., by the JZnterpYise, on last Saturday morning.-— fie liaa been in St. Cloud five months, and had become so attached to the place and its citiious, that he eould not leave with- out many regrets. He made for himself many friends and well-wishers in our city, who wijl be sorry to. hear of his departure. To those friends who so kindly remained with him at nights during his illness, he wishes to return his sincere thanks aud nothing but inability prevented his calling upon them personally. REMOVAL.—We learn that Col. Hays, Keceiver of the U. S, Land Qffioe, at St. Cloud, has been removed, and Saml. Ad- ams, of Monticello, appointed in his stead. What the cause of this may be, we can not possibly imagine. The Pioneer thinks it was because he was not sufficiently sub servient to the wishes of the Administra- tion. This is simply not so. A more ul tra, unscrupulous, unconscientious Pro- ...

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. — 14 June 1860

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, JANK O. BWiSSHKlH, KDITOft PROPRIETOR THURSDAY, JUNK 14th U60 •V2I-i,2 VSgsm JSO.46. O W N S SAl2S"TOLOT3 D. St. Cloud the point mt which the Red Riv er traius cross the Mississippi on their way te 8t. Paul, which proves it to be the natural tunetion of lend travel between these two great arteries of trade. It is at the present head of •tens navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and early Sauuner months, from St Anthony to this place. The map gives Us position correctly with reference to all the most important points in the Territory, but the peculiar beauty of its location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try cannot be transcribed. Within fifteen mile of St. Cloud, on opposite aides of the river, and at different points of the compass are eight lakos varying in site from 1 mile to 5 miles in circumference, all, save one, beau tin, exceedingly, three ox them at .least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, cleau pe...

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 June 1860

HMSS I I* ..jaai.(*vi ..- a-fi [(all i'aofeiiW in heft tarn- w»qi8q »&i •wiJ:-r ." iUifaCI .Yell .sa&s&ru. -SJO. JAN E 0 8W1SSHELH, 6J Sf r^VOL. teus tu. S«v4»s«iaT9TO^ sal x5t '••., r: -l 'A .Uf? 1 OfFICB ON THK WESTERN BANK OF THE 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING 9000 TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,50 Five espies, one year, 6,25 Ten ". "'•'. 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one eopy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance t, RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, ,85,00 One-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 •rer six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first insertion, 40 cents aU subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. I1 S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ST. aiLOTTD, Lower Town. Will make collections, inves...

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. — 21 June 1860

THE S OLOUD DEMOCRAT JANE G. SWISSHELM. KDITOR Thursday, June 21st 1860. 8 .— REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. A Republican State Convention will imm ble at St. Paul, on Wednesday, August 16, at 12 M„ for the purpose of nominating candi date* for the following offices: TWO MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, ONE STATE AUDITOR, ONE CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT, FOUR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. The different oountiea will be entitled to be represented in the Convention by delegates who are bonafidi residents of the oountiesfrom which they ere accredited, as follows: Anoka Benton Bin* Earth Brown Carver Chisago Dakota Dodge Faribault Freeborn Fillmore Goodhue Hennepin Houston Le Sueur MoLeod Morrison 2 1 4 2 8 2 7 4 1 2 9 7 Meeker Mower Nicollet Olmsted Ramsey Rice Scott Sherburne Sibley Stearns Steele Wabashaw Waseea Washington Winona Wright 11 6 4 1 1 Counties not enumerated will be entitled to one delegate each. The State Central Committee would recom mend, in order to preventtho confusion result ing from ch...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 June 1860

a?. 1 W 1 If .'.) 8TEARNS' HOUSE. fTUHS new and beautiful Hotel ia situated upon the bluff just above the Lower Ferry In the town of St. Cloud, commanding one ef rhe moot beautiful views on the Mississipp itver. The Proprietor assures all who maytatives visit this place thathis tableshall contain every bounty and luxury which can be obtained both at home and abroad. It is hisintentiontokeep the above hotel as a first class one in every res pect USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, PUNTS & FLOWERSand ASPAUL AGENT for the GROVELAND AND ST. GARDENS AND NURSERIES, I shall run an Express from the Boats to themore Gardens and all orders received from the Up per Mississippi will be filled and sent by re turn boat, at the lowest wholesale prices atthe Gardens, and no extra charges. They have a largeamount of Bedding Plants in pots, from $1.50 to $2.50 per dozen, which can be boxed and shipped with safety. All orders promptly filled, also, for any other arti cles of merchandise which thi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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