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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 17 June 1858

,\ HI JANE 0. SWISSHELH, EDITOR. THE ST. CLOUD VISITER OFFICE ON RIVER STREET, OlrSstTE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: 2,00 3,00 7,00 One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Fire copies, one year, Ten Twenty Payment mu9t invaaiably bemade inadvance. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid* unless at the option of"Jlie publisber. 12,00 20,00 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 less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the St. Cloud Visiter. CHILD. BT MINNIE MART LEE. VfnJna Spring shalll bring the birds, and grass, and flowers, Methinks that thou must come, my child, to me For how will pass the erst so joyous hours Without a sign, without a word from thee! The tender buds will spring from where thou'rt lying Some soft-eyed flowers will open to the sun O...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 17 June 1858

if I I E S O I S I E JAN E G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. a 17,1858 a a It was our good fortune onco, in the course of our life, to be in genteel society for two whole weeks and as nothing of the kind ever happened to us before or since, or is ever again likely to happen, it may well be supposed tho event made a very indel lible impression upon fcour mind. It was while we were exhibiting our bridal finery, in a Southern city, and had taken lodgings in a fashionable boarding house kept by a widow with daughters to marry. Here for the first and last time, we were in daily intercourse with women who were hawking themselves and their female rel atives in the matrimonial market, asking for bids. Here, for the first and last time, we were behind the scenes with women who practiced the art of husband catching as a trade andcertainly we never shall for get the scenes we witnessed time has in no sense weakened the impression of loathing and disgust which we there acquired for the sublime arts of card...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 17 June 1858

A I ST. CLOUU RETAIL PRICE CURRENT. CORRKCTID WSKKI.T, BY I E & S W I S S ELM, Qrocers and Provision dealers, Lawcr St.Cloud. 8T. CLOUD, June 17, 1858. Flour Extra, per bbl. $6 2d do Superfine, 5 76 do Extra, bags, 8 00 do Superfine bag, 2 76 Corn Meal per bag, -. 2 50 Wheat per bush, ,- 1 10 Corn per bush, 90® 1 00 Oats per bush 70 Buckwheat per bush 1 25 Beans 1 75©3 00 Potatoes 25e@35c Pork, Mess per bbl 2 4 00 do per lb, 14 Bacon Hams common per lb 14c@15o do do Canvassed 18o Other sizes in proportion. Putty, per lb, White Lead per lb, lie Linseed Oil, per gal, 1 50 Whale Oil, per gal, 1 50 Molasses per gal, 80c@l 00 Vinegar, per gal 35o@10c Stone ware Churns, 1 25 Wooden Buckets, 30c@I0c do Tubs 1 00® 1 50 Corn Brooms 30c@40c Salt, per sack, of 200 lbs 4 50 do lb 2}@3c do Dairy, sacks, 40c@50c Powder, per lb, 50c®80c Lead, per lb, 15c Shot, per lb, 15c Gun Caps, G. D, per box, 10c do Water Proof 15c Nails, per keg, 5 50@7 50 do per lb, 7£@9c Dry hides per lb, 8c Cooking sto...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 17 June 1858

an The English-Kansas Bill W ask tho candid attention of all ti&f readers to the following extract from the speech of Senator Seward, on the bill which was passed in Congress admitting Kansas into the Union, if she will ac cept the Lccompton Constitution, and re fusing her admission under any other. W ask the men of Minnesota to settle Would it be right to give her that much luore than Minnnesota received and to give it for the express purpose of defeating the will of large majority of- the people of Kansas Mr. Crittenden is a southern man andbeen hia amendment to tho Lccompton bill said expressly that the Constitution should bo subjected to a direct vote of the people of Kansas. If a majority wcro in favor of if, Kansas should be proclaimed one of the States. I a majority were opposed to it hey might, whenever they pleased, call a Convention, make another constitution and come up for admission under it, just as Minnesota did, and in either case they should reeievo their full am...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 24 June 1858

I THE ST. CLOUDVISITER OFFICEON RIVER STREET, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: $ 2,00 3,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Ten Twenty Paymentmust invaaiably bemade in advance. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. RATES 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 sis lines, Over six lines and under ten, Legal advertisements at legal rates. $60,00 85,00 20,00 1,00 6,00 7,00 All letters of business to be directed to the St. Cloud Visiter. Onion Seeds. Poor Senator Bigler, who has been serv ing his Southern masters all winter, faith fully as ever hound obeyed a keeper and expects to have a warm berth in Pennsyl vania when he gets home, appears anxious, like the unjust Steward to make friends by personal favors. He has betrayed his constituents and now he wants to get a lit tle public ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 24 June 1858

ber in abundance, plenty of hard wood to last a century and a prospect of its increas ing faster than it will be consumed. 'WS have brick clay of excellent quality the material for making lime in abundanos veins of potter's clay and mineral paint sand for mannfactring glass in profusion, and water power enough, we should think, to turn all the mills on the continent. We have a wealth of beauty and grand eur in our richly diversified landscape and glorious blue sky, which are above all com putation in money value and why should the fluctuations of the eastern money mar kets, and the financial embarrassments of those who have hasted to be rich, cloud any brow with discouragement? Eastern capitalists have not rushed in this last spring as they did for some years previous, to speeulato in town lots, to fill the pockets of a few proprietors with cash, and whole communities with examples of extravagance and idleness. The people who are coming to cast their lots in with us arc those who co...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 24 June 1858

After a week of dry, hot weather we have had copious showers, and the crops are in most flourishing condition. The Red River trains bring word that the grasshoppers are devastating the Selkirk settlements. They appear to be moving northward. Trains are now arriving and departing almost every day. The Red Riv- er trade is largely on the increase. Congress adjourned on Monday morn ing, having closed up the most pressing business. The President has announced that there is no more war with Utah. A portion of the army will merely be kept in the extreme west for the benefit of con tractors, etc. The fuss with England has totally fizzled out and there is no more talk of fighting—the treasury being some $20,000,000 worse than empty. Corrections. We were absent last week, and some mistakes were overlooked in our leader which greatly impaired the sense. As the subject is important we reinsert a portion of it: All games of chance area prostitution of the divine ordinance of the lot. Let any pr...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 24 June 1858

.w.in.nni.y,#. i^M,,^ .,,wMayfWii|yi The English-Kansas Bill. We ask the candid attention of all our readers to the following extract from the speech of Senator Soward, on tho bill which was passed in Congress admitting Kansas into the Union, if she will ac cept the Lecompton Constitution, and re fusing her admission under any other. Wc ask the men of Minnesota to settle candidly in their own minds the question. Is it right to offer Kansas 5,000,000 dol lars worth of the public lands as a bribe for establishing slavery iu their State? Would it be right to give her that much more than Minnnesota received and to give it for tho express purpose of defeating the will of a large majority of the people of Kansas? Mr. Crittenden is a southern man and 4 ,, ... subjected to direct vote ot the people ot A they might, whenever they pleased, call a (. Jonvent ion, make another constitution and an assent to the demand which the Lecompton Convention, speaking in the behalf of Kansas, had made. Th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

I mpm '••,» V0L1. THE ST. CLOUD VISITER OFFICEON RIVER STEEET, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: St. Cloud Visiter. $ 2,00 3,00 7,00 12,00 One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Five copies, one yew, Ten Twenty .20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance. N ii duwentinueVl until ell arrearages ace widVuntess at the option of te.pwteahar. RATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, Half column, One-fourth of a column Legal 7 I N O E E The dead leaves their rich mosaics, Of olive and gold and brown, Had laid on the rain-wet pavements, Through all the embowered town. They were washed by the autumn tempest, They were trod by hurrying feet, And the maids came out with theirbesoms, 2?'no' 0 And swept them into the street. To be crushed and lost forever •Neath the wheels, in the black mire lost,— The summer's precious darlings, She nurtured at such cost! O word3 that have fallen from me! 0 golden thoughts and true! Must I see in the leaves a symbol Of the fate which awaiteth yo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

fjft THE ST. CLOUD VISITER. JANE G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday) July 22,1858. The bard times have induced us to off* cr the Visiter and the AtT'vfitic Jtfbn4/i!v, too best magazine publishe in America, or the Visiter and Gody't Laity'* Book for S3 ,50 a year, making the Vir,$(cr but 60 cts a year as these magekinc arc $3 to single subscribers. Arthur's Home Magazine aad the Visiter we can furnish for 93 an.d we would be^ever so glad if ever so many people would "embrace this opportunity" of sending us ever so many dolhus. And yoping these rcw lines may find all their readers enjoying'the blessing ofa good ma ny more dollars than falls to the lot of the writer, we remain *o. WANTED— Wheat, oats, corn, beans, potatoes, butter, cheese, pine lumber, fire wood, or any thing else that is worth money in exchange for the St. Cloud Visiter. We send this number of our paper to some friends who are not subscribers.— Will they endorse the principle of woman's right to discuss the laws which go...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

& ikm NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MOlRTGkcVGKHl A Default having been mad* in the conditions of a certain Indenture of Mortgage dated the 90th. day of October 1867, made and executed by the Winnebago Water Power Company, to H. 8. Hard of Heaaepia County Minnesota, whereby and by the terms of which, Ihe said Water Power Company sold, conveyed and vontrmed unto the said H. 8. Hurd, an heirs and assigns, the following described lands situated in Stearns County in the Territory(aow State) of Minnesota, vis: "Beginning at the South west corner of Block numbered Fifty two (52) in the Town of Winnebago, and running from thence, northerly set Stock street, to the North west corner of said Block thence, on the North line of said Block, to the Mississippi River thence down ta/i River to Bridge Street., thence on the north side of Bridge Street, to the place of beginning together with the Tavern House stand ng on said Block" together with all and singu lar the privileges and appurtenances thereto b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

-'r _vf*gW4UKi*i*H!»- Wj" -.-•*.• -py- -.j --i-vr.v *. HM "'".""."l^" E is a as Hill We ask tho candid attention, of alt oar readers to tho following extract from the speech of Senator Seward, on tho bill which W Kansas into the cept the Lecomptoi fusing her admission under any other. W ask the men of Minnesota to settle candidly in their own minds the question. Is it right to offer Kansas 5,000,000 dol lars worth of the public lands as a bribe for establishing slavery in their State? Would it be right to give her that much more than Minnncsota received and to give it for the express purpose of defeating'the will of a large majority of the people of Kansas Mr. Crittenden is a southern man and his amendment to the Lecompton bill said expressly that the Constitution should be subjected to a direct vote of the people of Kansas. If a majority were il£favoro it, Kansas should be proclaimed one of the States. If a majority were opposed to it they might, whenever they pleased, call a Conve...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

i- 1 THEST. CLOUDVISITER OFFICEON RIVERSTREET, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: All letters of business to be directed to the St. Cloud Visiter. I N O E E The dead leaves their rich mosaics, Of olive and gold and brown, Had laid on the rain-wet pavements, Through all theembowered town. They were washed by the autumntempest, They were trod by hurrying feet, And the maids came outwith theirbesoms, And swept them intothe street. To be crushed and lost forever 'Neath the wheels, in the Hack mire lost,— The summer's precious darlings, She nurtured at such cost! O words that have fallen from me! 0 golden thoughts and true! Must I see in the leaves a symbol Of the fate which aweiteth you? 1 II—APRIL. Again has come the spring time, With the crocus's golden bloom, Withthesmellofthefresh-turned earth-mould, And the violet's sweet perfume. O Gardner! tell me the secret Ofthyflowersso rare and sweet? "I have only enriched my garden With the black mire frdni the street." PACIFIC ROUTE At ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

•M^WW*** I I W I I I I I W 1 i»»»wtii»'iii- III.H .-«rm^—MI» iLn.wiiiiijjg^i* l-^**** E S O I S I E JANS G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, July 222,1858. The hard times have indnced us to off er the Visiter and the Atlantic Monthly, the best magazine publish* in America, or the Visiter and GWy's Lady's Book for 83,50 a year, making the Visiter but 50 ets a year at these magazine are $8 to single tufcbstn&era. Arthur's Home Magazine aad the Visiter we can furnish for $3 and we would be'ever so glad if ever so many people would "embrace this opportunity" of sending us ever so many dollars. And yoping these rew lines may find all their readers enjoying'the blessing ofa good ma ny more dollars than falls to the lot of the writer, we remain *e. WANTED—Wheat, oats, corn, beans, potatoes, butter, cheese, pine lumber, fire wood, or any thing else that is worth money in exchange for the St. Cloud Visiter. We send this number of our paper to gome friends who are not subscribers.-— Will they...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

a -IfB «i bt i?7 aJ ooa Ai [Am -1100 aiar1 TMfj tne.Ti (3 fa 'l.\»7i' is & NEW ADVBRTISBMBNTS. O O A E 3 S A I E Default bating been made iff, the condition! offtcertain Indenture of Mortgage dated tbe 20th. day of October 1867, made and executed by tbe Winnebago Water Power Company, to H. S. Hurd of Hennepin County Minnesota, whereby and by the terms of which, the said Water Power Company sold, conveyed and confirmed unto the said H. S. Hurd, his heirs and assigns, the following described lands situated in Stearns County in the Territory(now State) of Minnesota, viz: "Beginning at the South west corner of Block numbered Fifty two (62) in the Town of Winnebago, and running from thence, northerly on Rock street, to the North west corner of said Block thence, on the North line of said Block, to the Mississippi River thence down tad River to Bridge Street thence on the north side of Bridge Street, to the place of beginning together with the Tavern House stand ng on said Block" toge...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud visiter [sic]. — 22 July 1858

"~-y I*'",bJNCrittenden IM-V, yr» Wrw-*^Vf- The English-Kansas Bill. Wo asfc the candid attention of all our readers to the-following extract from the speech of Senator Seward, on the bill which was passed iu Congress admitting Kansas into the Union, if she will ac cept the Lecompton Constitution, and re fusing her admission under any other. We ask the men of Minnesota to settle' candidly iu their.own minds the question. Is it right to offer Kansas 5,000,000 dol lars worth of the public lands as a bribe for establishing slavery in their! State Would it bo right to give her that much more than Minnnesota received and to give it for the express purpose of defeating the public lands. Was not that fair Was it not democratic? Was it not Squat ter Sovereignty Why then did almost every Southern man. and some Northern Democrats vote against it The Republi cans every man voted for it. and we think did wrong in doing so for by thaj, vote they said they were willing to Admit Kan sas? as a slav...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Visiter [Sic]
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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