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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 27 September 1860

W^*'*&z--l--W^^^*r&\< JAMB a. eWisasiBtw, norreue MWMUBTOB. TUURrJDA*, SEPt. 2nh, I860 "VOL 3 J5JO. 9- TO W N S S^IHSTT O O St. Cloud is the point at which the Rea Riv er trains cross the Mississippi on their way to 8t. Paul, which prores 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 Bummer 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 its location, and fertility of the surrounding coun try can not be transcribed. Within fifteen mile of St. Cloud, on opposite sides of the river, and at different points of the compass are eight lakes varying in sixe from 1 mile to 5 miles in circumference, all, save one, beau tifl, exceedingly, three ot them at .least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Woodedbanks...

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. — 4 October 1860

..... ''.'^v!:«*v*^^: N*" fl"fi ir "i *4taadq$ sag JAHE ft. 8WISSHELM, VOL. a •m ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT mssxam szTHE OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF S& MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING OOOO TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,50 Five eepies, one year, 6,25 Tea 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one •spy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiabry bemade in advance SATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 Ono 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,atmosphere ST. CLOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY...

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. — 4 October 1860

I £•3 .! I S 5 S S a sr. eiiro ST CLOUD DEMOCRATGREAT OFFICEON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE AfiOVB *ttfi tAfiLS OF ST AOTIONY, CfrPOSITl THE STEAMBOAT LANDING TERMS: One oopy, one year, five copies, one year, $ 1,60 6,26 1 0 0 0 Twenty copies, one year, (and one •epy extra to the getter up of the fedSfetb oxi* 'tfl -.-ii 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade hi advance SATES OF ADVERTISING One oolumn, one year, $60,00 Half column, 3 5 0 0 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or lets) one week, 1,00 Buaiaass Cards not over six lines, 5,00 Aver 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 InOTOE. STEPHEN MILLER. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,. Lower Town. y&ziuaS liiaa mmuoqM tmoh Will make collections, invest money, buy, ««U or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. ATTOBNE1 & COUNSELLOR .AT LAW^ JsiLi QiiiOncnD^ ...

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. — 4 October 1860

four glave States out of Teies, to the end that [better, this government might not continue to be, and derelope itself to be a government founded on the equality of man, but should be and remain forever, government founded on the principle of property in man. You have seen, fellow citizens, within the last thirty yean how the Congress of the United States, in order to de feat this great policy, has suppressed for a pe riod of nearly ten years freedom of debate and the right of petition on the subject of slavery in the House of Representatives, and. in the Senate of the United States. You know now how the mails of the United States are subject to espionage to the end that any paper, or let ter, or writing that shall argue for Freedom against Slavery, shall be abstracted and de stroyed, and withdrawn in order to fortify, the power of slavery. You have seen the Federal Government'connive aud co-operate, and com bine with the slave party in endeavoring to force slavery on the people of ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 October 1860

I it Court. TW fhftwibir Turn of District Court lor Stoma Gouty met at St. Cloud, Sep- a 17tk, 1860. Judge Vanderburgh on the Beach. The Grind Jury was sworn in, and Henry Swisshelm appointed Fore- saa and after receiving their charge pro- ceeded to their duty which they concluded on the 2nd day of the term. Upon the cause George F. Brott, vs. C. Moore and Moses B. Brown. Being called, B. O. Hamlin, Esq., Attorney for Defendant, Moses K. Brown, interposed a challenge to the panel of the Petit, Jury which was sustained by the Court, after hearing arguments pro and con by E. O. Hamlin and Wm. J. Parsons, Esq'rs, so far as related to the above cause. (Same challenge was interposed in several other eases and sustained.) Of the .eleven cases on the calender, tour were disposed of by the Court, and two others were argued on motion for Judgment on the Papers, and decision reserved and one argued on mo- tion to dismiss,and decision reserved. One tried by the Court on merits, trial by jury h...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 4 October 1860

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, AS swissnix suiroee »*OMLIB*OB. TflUKSDAY, OCT. 4th, W60 "VOTl. a jau 1 g-s-aeattg»a«»= O W N S S^HSTT O O When Gov. Stevens made his survey of a northern railroad route to the Pacific in '63, he camped "on the western side of the Mis sissippi below Sauk Rapids." The place was nameless—the present site of St. Cloud but it is here his route leaves the river. In the sum mer of '55 a claim cabin was built on the spot where we now write, a good saw mill, the frame of a large Hotel and eight other dwell ings were put up that summer. This last fall thcro wore three hundred and thirty-two votes polled in the precinct. Not the votes of Indi ana or Half Breeds, for there are none here.— A majority of the inhabitants of the country are hardy Qermans, with sturdy wives aud children cultivating the soil and working at mechanical employments. The subsoil is sandy and although the soil is from one to three feet deep, a rich black loam supporting a rank vegetation, the drainage...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 October 1860

lu r. :.- 9 -. "r ij.-tCl.hpfi ul '»", 1*13 .' I 1 I i-tis,TB r«4iM J*|«J& 8WI8SHELB, -.1 ." ti 3. ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT OFFICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THB HSHSUPPI 00 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ANTHONY OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT ii. One copy, one year, Fir* copies, one year, $1,6 0 6,26 10,00 Twenty oopies, one year, {and one eopy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably he made in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or lees) eae week, 1,00 Business Cards Hoi ever six lines, 6,00 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 OLOTJ3D, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, •ell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase er dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 October 1860

I III tgggmgmm tin THE ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT JANE G. SWISSHELM. EDITOR Thursday, October 11th, 1860 0 PRK8IDKNT, A A A I N O N 01 IU.IX0IS. A N N I A A I N Of MAIHl. Republican 8tate Nominations. Prttidential Elector** STEPHEN MILLER, of Stearns Co, WILLIAM PPAEKDER, of Brown Co., CLARK W THOMPSON, of Houston Co., CHARLES MoCLURE, of Goodhue Co. Alttrnatet, 1. f, DAVIS, R. OsTnxax, R. ffvtcuasox, F. M. Caesar. •For Member* ef Congr—e, CYRUS ALDRICH, of Hennepin Co., WM. WINDOM, of Winona Co. For Slate Auditor, CHARLES McILRATH, of Nicollet Co. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, A. J. VAN V0RHE3, of Washington Co. REPUBLICAN DISTRICT TICKET. Fer Senator, «ETH GIBBS, of Stearns Co. For RtprtteRtutiot*, J. H. VAN DYKE, of Douglas Co., LEVI WHEELER, of Morrison Co., HENRY W. WHEELER, of St. Louis Co. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor—NICHOLAS SCHM1T. Surveyor—E. E. PAYNE. Court Commissioner—H. C. WAIT. POLITICAL^DISCUSSION. C. C. Andrews and Stephen Miller, Esqrs, Douglasand Republican ca...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 October 1860

JTATaa GREAT p** ^Turn Outl MASS MEETING! SENATOR WILKINSON, AND. HON ORABLE V£ARK~m THOMPSON \T0 »lSPM^., ,{&&], .,-,Y will be present, and address the meeting. A great turnout is expected- Ropubli- cnnss, Democrat, and all, attend. SMALL.—It has been announced here for two weeks past that Senator Wilkinson would address the public on Monday evening, the 15th. This week the Doug las men appointed a caucus to meet in the place where political meetings are usually held, and they are making unusual exer tions to get the Democracy to attend the caucus, so that they may not Mr. Wilkin son, '*£. O. Hamlin and others" are to address the meeting. If Mr. Hamlin au thorited the use of his name, he has acted unlike himself. Courtesy requires that our citizens give our Senator a respectful hearing and such apian for preventing a full attendance is a small business for Mr. Hamlin. The Douglas men must be terribly afraid of the people's hearing the other side. REMEMBER—The Republican mee...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 11 October 1860

Wattjafci ma A Q. awlSBJMUtib SOtTO* Si »SNirJUB?0Bt tHUKSDAT, vt»OE jlltty ISOO TOffSv St. Cloud ii the point at whioh the Bed Riv tr trains oross 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 ia at the present head of •team navigation on the Mississippi. Boats run regularly, during the Spring and early Bummer months, from St Anthony to this plaoe. 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 ooun try cannot be transcribed. Within fifteen mile of St. Cloud, on opposite sides of the river, and at different points of the eompass are eight lakes varying in size from 1 mile to 5 miles in circumference, all, save one, beau tifl, exceedingly, three ot them at least, deep enough to float a man-of-war. Wooded banks, eleau pebbly shores plentifully mixed with cor...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 18 October 1860

ft 1 i. .. '-. Jk r^tm-t^eysfcrn. «BUJU.AV C»POS»t«c SVEA4«B*ArT a r. UtLkOOM LANDING .ssfr^aej 5b£,|F.i»Js'**M**i 2 sennihsar! One e^yw&e^e** Ten MnKMusaifc Jai -:. 10,00 Twe«4y copies, one ysar, (and one •lub, 20,00., Payment mint iasanishly bemade-in advance *AT«*OF ADV*Rtt&ING One column, one,™ij~ $60,00 Htlf column,*•?**•" 3$,00 One-fourth of a eolnnm saoitoa 20,00 One square, (ten Unas orless)one week, 1,00 Business Cards not ovAr air linen, a a 5.00 ssi.T 7'TJ A folio first insertions.- All letters of business to'' be directed to the ATIOKNEY COUX&BLJAUi :AT LAW,ed a f73G0Kmi \T0fa Will make collections, invest money, bay, Mll4r loan Wawants, and enter purchase 7 or dispose of Ueal Estate, •", .,«•*, ,Q a»iT-- a tail:!..- ig JK •-'?''3 ^'^^j^'If'StetSSer-'1^ l^tt&&a^JS^'JS(l6^^ 6-si i^^ice*oW^^!^^e|^?wAr'lE "JBUi» ib s?^T jo.- wat aKdatnsowsj.^ Corner of t-VktStreet-^Crortoa's Buildinz .ST.^LOiJI) K^tSP&^jJLLi ft»lb»«»ne« BBALBa J^Y-- Tr nanus: ii W Da...

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. — 18 October 1860

I I 'J. i^^ssssss S We ar«, Indeed, neatly indebted ^«%e Douglas. At last we know whai SWfcry is goodfor.end Why its extinction Is awlther possible nor desirable. Kven the black man, in his aufferinfcv will find a soothing consolation in the Judge's philos ophy. When Sambo is flogged dfwa South, and the whip lacerates hi* back, the benevolent Judge will tell the poor fellow that he has sol tube whipped for the sake in thesweetconsciousness of being whipped ^+^mi#m pnneiple. (Renewed laughter.) And when the udge'a bill hss passed, he has opened for you the prison cells wherein he blandly invites you "to drag out your miserable lives, you will with pride remember the old, Roman proverb, **Jwc decorum est patria mori and im-following proving upon the text you will exclaim, ••It is'sweet to die for variety'ssake." This, then, is Judge Douglas' philoso phy of government not an idea occasion-itry* XJOUQLAS IS ARRAIGNED BEFORE TOE COUNTRY. If you look over the list of those men who, since ...

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. — 18 October 1860

fine, largo potatoes. muva .aatawsa is*** smmmjammmw jrW^ ftsT «W who'IsittM 1 W W scn^ theni io aasoon as gBjjftife Jjasi rm we w^redrfven night sad far-entil tstpig and steeping was near. .«•»-•*^iheqaeatieo forauaae days previ- oos to election.~ Itwonld certainly be bet- ter lor as and more convenient for Execu tive Committees, to b*ve their ticket* prin- in good season for distribution. »i"i I E A I S TH E O S A Ser- mon on the rijjht of man to the soil, will be delivered at Wilson's Hall, on Sabbath •veaung next, at 7 o'clock, by the Rev. A."JT STelaou, of tha M. E Ch^archr Saint Cloud. *:n«i«irfa,--. POTATOW.—Mr. Garrison, of this place informs us that la^t spring, he planted two potatoes, of the variety known as the "Cal- ifornia," which yielded over one bushel of —Mr. Broker's large,: brick store-room is rapidly reaching completion, and will, when fittbhedybc: one of the finest build- ings North, of St. Anthony. -i—On account of the last rise in the riv er, the steamer Eiter...

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. — 18 October 1860

II an* So 1 Jane u. awiseUM.*, •ofseaVsaoraiBTosI ft ,«JXM I ssjfc spaa. pUee. fthe wftMnaot*.*!! the oust important point* in the Territory, but the peculiarbeauty of Hi lojauoa, ani fertility of th* surrounding nona ry on not bo transcribed. Within fifteen of St. Cloui, on opposite sides of th-have Tfif*! *^J at Taara areimuaase tracts of pine lyingabore. froaf which the mills at St. Paul, St. Aathouy aal (ha MianasoU Vvlley aresapplie1 These OA^lo/ a lrgj»nl eTer-iQore»4nj force ot' mVa, hirsesaad oteui whu arc to ba supplied with p-arisM ts, clothing and t»od.e the soil is wafting for a a oppartuahy to produce unlimi tad itatitias off 1. without troubling the ftrmar crushing olois w-iita the Mississippi from St. Paul to tattle ^a|k#»«i^frerd to turn mil alm^rt aay p^ut an! haVwuer pow or ai JUj'a tb da the mtaafacturing for a Ooo tinbot.v,'.:-^ ,-: ••-. Qir natural msa-laws produce a grass from four ta six feet high, aai the beefkilled off our p-airios is }uite e^ual to any stal...

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. — 25 October 1860

1 I fab* ,** teiaawtd A .S^o Ml afticttnx tas »0 MILE3 ABOVE THE FALLS OF WP03IIE TUB STEAMBOAT LAKDIK9 Leg.it 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 ft COtJNSELLOR AT LAW, SZ OLQTJX), Lower 1'oira. Will make collectiona, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter, purchase or dispose of Seal Estate. JAME S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Sg|f GIJOTJID Lower Town Will make collections, invest money, buy. «etl or loan Land Warrants, and enter, purchase or dispose of Real Estate. WAIT 4c McCLURE, Dealers in Fortign and Domestic Exchange, KEEP Land Warrants constair I and for sale at a small aavancefrum New Yoric prices. Coilec1ions niude. Exchange drawn atthe lowest current ratea,Taxes paid^ic St. Cloud, July 28th, I860.' aug2-3m MOORE & SHEPLEY, ITTORIi£Yi* taaJISELLORS AT Lft W ST.dLOUD, Min. GEO. A. NOURSE, (Late or St. Anthony,) mORHEY AMD...

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. — 25 October 1860

—MM III I I .— & _K ABRAHAM LINCOLN, fOE T101 PRTOWtltT, HAHUXSAL AMLIH, attublicta putt IfomlntUoni. Presidential Jffccftrt, STEPHEN MILLER, of Stearns Co, WILLIAM PFAEHD1B, of Brcwa Cs,. CLARK W THOMPSON, of Houstoa Co., CHARLES McCLTjRK, of Goodhue Co. AUtrntn, E. F. Davis, R. OSTHMAX, R. Rctcausox, F. CKOSBT. /Vr Member* of Conor***, CTRU8 ALDRICH. of Hennepin Co., WM. WISDOM, of Winona Co. /br 5(0/1 Auditor, CHARLES MolLRATH, of KieoUtt Co. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, A. J. TAN VORHES, of Wa bington Co KJLi'ijtfLiCAN IrfSlKlCT TICKET F*r Senator, BETH GIBBS, of Stearns Co. For Repretentathtea, J. H. TAN DYKE, of Douglas Co., LEVI WHEELER, of Morrison 'o HENRY W. WHEELER, of St. Louia Co .REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Auditor—NICHOLAS 8CHM1T. Surveyor—-E. E. PAYNE. Court Commissioner-—H. C. WAIT- POLITICAL DISCUSSION. C. Andrews and Stephen Her, Etqrs. Douglasand Republican candidates for Elector, have thirtj-nve appointments for discussion during tbe pending campaign. T...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 25 October 1860

of tanamkagiting. Mr Audrews, who by the way seems very much of a gentleman, and not natu rally vicious, was introduced by Mr. Davis, and to the surprise of all hearers, proved he was in the same predicament which General Taylor's Volunteers were at Bueua Nista -didn't know he was whipped —by proceeding with another rehearsal of bis WJII learned speech, non-intervention and homestead. Speaking faster than usual for some other cause, he got through roll in just an hour. Finding then he had still another half hour, wearied and dispirited as he was, he endeavored to use up the remaining half hour, in the vain repetition of various sentences of hb for mer speech, looking at watch j-ist l-» times during the 30 minutes he was wading through his non intervention and home stead repetitions. He seemed to think as did hb hearers that it was a terrible long half hour, and it would be difficult to say which seemed most pleased when in endtd. Mr. Miller, then, with a refinement of cruelty, which...

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. — 25 October 1860

dfcHSBg^g*^ ST. CiVJO o. ii^isiiWaitf, abiYoTd^-iteoWtEToit. a ftl St. Clou 1 is the point at which the Re&:9iyg or trains orv«Jtiis Misolhuppi Dm way to Stt ^fal. wuieu pro«r*»it Mibd the^uun •nation of Ua irvel batwaauVK^ iBeria* ot'Xi'il J. It is at the *pipse_. •team navigation on »ha ^fi*i|4^jiH-^BS|ls r»ajagilu-ly. u-inj the*a^r|si •*r**T*-i"X1l Sunnur unath.t, fcooi 0t Authaiiy to this place. 3^ 7. QjtTiie omp'gltea its position 'tfdrreatl^' *Rn ?«fei-3aje to all tiia nuit itnj»rtauJr -'potnte1 the Territory. but the peculiar. bMnty:^''t»s location, aal fertility of tkVsarrouudlhgeoun^ %*y oia not bs transcribeJ 'WithinI fifteen inile of St. Cloil, on oppjdite sides o',:*n rirarj aul at diffatteiit p^'iuts of the eaimpa'is are eigiit lik3j.vM'yiug,m *iz» froth I mil* to 6 aide? ia eirci uij.-ease, »U, sive one, beau !$L oxcd3.Un.gly, thr.se ot thaui* at leae*, deep eaoa^'.i to tL».»t a ona-ojf-vrar. Wooded bank*, oleia pjbbly, shores plentifully mixed with oorasli-ia aad ...

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. — 1 November 1860

E I i?- as, lANB 0. 8WI8SHKLH, Oats* ST. CLOUDDEMOCRAT OFFICRON THB WESTERN BANK OF THE msssisnsxraL 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING •0000 TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,60 Fire copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one oopy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment mast invaaiably bemade in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, Half column, One-fourth of a column One square, (ten lines or less) one week Business Cards not over six lines, Over six lines,and under ten, ATTORNEl & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S OLOTT3D, '-'-Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan Land Warrants, and enter, purchase er dispose of Real Estate. WAIT & McCLURE, Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, KEEP Land Warrants constantly on hand and for sale at a small advance from New York prices.. Collections made, Exchange drawn atthelowest currentrates,Taxes paid,&c. St. Cloud, July 28th, I860. ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 1 November 1860

continual Mr. Hamilton, "to a tart jfayAy panslUng-upon the Mates to malt© oeaaiona to the United States for the benefit of the whole. This is so far accomplished as to afford, under the continuation of the Union, a decided prospect of an amicable termination of the dispute." One, then, my friends, of the distracting q»io:-Moo9 which compelled the foundation of this government, was that of territorial rights, theu a question of States, now a question of mictions. And to meet and settle that question ho Congress WAS constituted. To it was giv en the power in language broad enough, it was supposed, to meet all. contingencies, to pa«s all needful rules and regulations for the government of the Territories.. It accepted the trust, and in along chain ot legislative acts reaching from the re-affirmance of the Ordi nance of 1787, almost to the present time, de clared it* right 10 speak as to tho question of slavery in the territories. In our day and generation, my friends, the Solution of ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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