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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 February 1861

v. THE S r. CI.OUD DEMOCRAT JANE G. SWISSHELM. NTHTOR Thursday, February 14th, 1861 WOOD.—We want wood, and as thcro are a number of our subscribers who were to pay in wood, nnd the season for getting iu crops i* over, we hope they will make it convenient to bring along our wocd just as •oon as possible. WANTEI'—In payment of subscriptions, woody flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to eat, especially wood COUNTY ORDERS FORSALE AT THIS OFFICE. Mr. Ford's Lecture. Mi. Ford delivered his lecture as per ap- pointment, at the Everett School-House on Thursday evening: subject, ''Immediate and unconditional Emancipation, the Duty of the Master and the Right of the Slave." To say that it was able, is faint praise.— Take it all in all, matter and manner, it was the ablest public address, of any kind, we have ever heard in St. Cloud, except Grow's speech but we have been unable to attend at many of our most important meet ings. Mr. Ford's facts and arguments ran in a bee line fro...

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 February 1861

I I I 3 1 I ed. I know not how soon 1 shall see you again. A duty devolves upon me which is perhaps greater than that, which has de volved upon any other man since the days of Washington. He never would have succeeded except for the aid of Divine Providence, upon which he at all times relied. I feel that I cannot succeed with out the same Divine aid which sustained him, and in the same Almighty Being I place my reliance for support. I hope you, my: friends, will pray that I may re ceivo the .same Pivine assistance, without whioh I cannot succeed, but with which success is certain. Again I bid you all an affectionate farewell. Loud applause, and cries of "we will pray for you. During the speech Mr. Lincoln displayed much emotion and the crowd was affected to tears. Train left at 8.30 A. M. Mrs. Lincoln remains in Springfield un til next week and will meet Mr. Lincoln in New York. WANHINQTON, WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.—Rumors are afloat relating to some new schemes for re-onening the Tchuau...

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 February 1861

ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, J\H* Q. IWISSHELM, KUITOtt ft rUOPKIKTOB. THURSDAY FEB 14th, 1*81 VOL 3, JNU29. a O A E BEAUTIFUL.—Wh has not been struck with the serene beauty and mellow loveliness of some old man, who could look back upon a well spent life with few regrets, and forward to the future with a soul full of hope Simple and child-like in all his ways, yet clothed in the spiritual robes of real dignity, you cannot enter his presence without feeling yourself nearer Heaven—in closer com muniou with God. All ideas of rudeness, all feelings of harshness, are ohased away and subdued by the calm repose, the air of peace, the graoeful resignation, that neem to settle around you and bespeak the presence of angels. There is nothing eke so truly beautiful in all the world, unless it be a sinless babo, and nothing so powerfully appeals to our better nature as these two—one about to enter the Father's house of many mansions, and the other yet odorous with the spiritual fragrance ot the Eden sho...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 February 1861

:,(.. adT—.2 cVS.^JJl «jvitn^(i(M rci* .-• •?. n/tavpl ttrtri*^ I 'I 0. 3WI3SHELKI, I /.• •'*. t£0 rrv Y6L a ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT +ffriCKON THK WESTERN BANK OF THE Biissisira wnoL §0 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, errosIT* THE STEAMBOAT LANDING 0990 TERMS: Oa« ont yaar, $ 1,60 IT* «*piM, OB« vaar, 6,26 10,00 Twaaty copits, on* yaar, (and on* **»r axtr* to tht gttter up of the •lab, 20,00 Fa/moat mutt invaaiably be made in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING Oaa Minna, one ytar, $60,00 Half eoluaia, 35,00 Oae-feurtk of a eolumn 20,00 Oa* a^aar*. (tea lines or lets) one weak, 1,00 Baeiaeso Cards not over six lines, 6.00 *?*r sis 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 fcDITOIt. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S CTLOTJ3D, Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, buy, sell or loaa laud Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Real Estate. A E ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 February 1861

THE 8 r. CLOUD DEMOCRAT JANE G. 3WISSHELM. EDITOR Thursday, February 21st, 186L WOOD.—We want wood, end as there WANTEl^Inpaymentof subscriptions, wood, flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to eat espeemlly wood 1 mmi ORDERS Foa advise my friends to consent to any oonoes •ion or compromise which looks like buying 0 "Let the People Speak." "Let the people speak LET the peo pie speak I" is now the cry of some of the defeated party in last fall's issue, and of those who find themselves by mistake on the winning side. It is very generous, this intercession on behalf cf the dear people and one cannot help wondering what monster it can be that is so persistently denying to them the dearest of all feminine rights—i. e. the right of speaking. It is too bad that the masculine portion of the people should have been deprived of the use of their small share of the "gift of gab," so that champions—disinterested champions, must thus arise to do battle for these silent suf ferers. The ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 February 1861

report to Secretary Dix, which will proba b)yJbt presented to CoDgress.to-mortow. It haa transpired that a committee of New York bankers waited upon Mr. Bu .AUMJ|M Uit.J&ecomW, and informed him 'MM the g«tenunent loan would not bo ta *__ •_..••,__ *__ Hompaom WASHINGTON, wa9 ro- nton nan substituted.— and also stipulated that be should b* an inmate of the White House. WiilHIHOTOM, Feb. 16.—Aocording to rumor, -the 'debate to-day in the peace eon ferenco was of an exoiting character among the northern and southern extremists.— Another effort was made to admit re porters. An additional company of cavalry arrived in the city to-day. FORT SMITH, ARK., Feb. 15.—There was a fearful tragedy in thiscity last night. A party of five overland mail and Little Rock coach drivers, entered the grocery of a German named Hagge, and commenced Quarreling. Pistols were drawn on both sides. The bar-keeper,| named Batcher, was shot through the heart and died in stantly. Hagge received a shot in theti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 February 1861

8T. CLOUD DEMOCRAT, a. •wxusnat, Boirtm moraiiTon. THURSDAY, FEB. 2lst, UG1 O 3, JSO. SO- We clip the following news and politi- cal items from the New York. Atlas, a democratic paper: JMre. Abraham Lincoln, the wife of old Abe, the Hailsplitter, whose arrival in this city was duly chronicled two weeks ago, having replenished her wardrobe, and supplied herself with all the elegancies ot dress and ornament that will be likely to be required in th* position she will assume on the 4 th of March as the mis* tress of the Presidential mansion, left for her home in Springfield on Wednesday last. During her stay in this city she visited the Navy Yard and attended the opera, where her presence becoming known, she became the center of observ ation fur the audience. Louisiana was bought of Napoleon, on purpose fur the upper Ohio and Mississippi to spread the same flag on the lower Mississippi! Do the people who now in habit that purchased and paid for plot of ground imagine that the millions o...

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 February 1861

'i A a *6L r.n .T, ©WICK ON TUB WESTERN BANK OF THE BES&m wm, fO MILES A O E E A S O ST. ANTHONY, •rroaiiE THE STEAMBOAT EDITOR. W A I E I W Dtaint in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, TT EEP Land Warrants constantly on hand end for sale at a small advance from New York prices. Collections made, Exchange »irawn atthe lowest current vates,Taxes paid, &c. St. Cloud, July 28ih, 1SGU. aug2-3m MOORE & SHEPLEY, ^r €Loi aTTORNEYS. COUNSELLORS AT LAWSobbing—Oh! ST. CLOUD, Min. E O A N O S E (Late ©t St. Anthony,) I HORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, One ix MCCLCSO'* (PH«SMX) BLOCK, Nraa ins Baisaa. A Ilia. W A S O N S I COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Office WASHINGTON AVKSUB, erner of Lake Street—Gorton's Building I O Min BR. W 8 I O N O N IBSPECTFULLT tenders his Professional Services to the Citizens of St. Cloud and its Vicinity. jsidencc, Lswer Town., second house south »*1 of Ravine, formerly occupied by Mr. il'morne. pf Particular attention given to Operative »rjery. voVlOny J. W METZROTH, MER...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 February 1861

a a a a WM £t €tm& §m*tnL JANE Q. SW ISSnELM, EDITOR. Thursday, Fepruwty 28Ui, l£61, 1 ttin ii WOOD.—We want wood, and as thero area number of our subscribers who were to pay in wood and the season fo getting convenient to bring along our wood justas srtooas possible. .K^ WAJITKP-—In payment of-auhaaapfcions, tcooxl, flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to eat, especially wood 1 Mottoes for the Day. 1 will suffer death before I will consent or advise iny friends to consent to any conces Hion .or compromise which looks like buying the privilege of taking possession of the Oov: erntnent to which wo have a Constitutional right hccfiuHe, whatever I: might'think of the merit of the various propositions before Con gress, I should regard any concession in the face of menace as the destruction of the Gov ernment itself, and a consent on all hands that our system shall be brought down' to a level with the existing disorganised, state of affairs in Mexico. But this thing will ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 February 1861

535=5—=te£ TELEGRAPHIC. A*B1YA or'Yfcv'n&tf&riteetAi W WA1H1NOTOIT. W A S I N O N Fob. 25 Mr. Lincoln viiiltd tlie S 4 thia Bd6n 16 coinpahy wife fco#arr. I crlfea, tod mp&^k'iHk.l>SmDf.^crowded around Co *e|$qw$ ei?»i efpeoi^ilTiTO«fl» House. remained but a.few moments. Mr. Liudolo. also visited the justices of the Supreme Court In' their consul tatkmrtooia.! 3 J* 3 S Itf 0OC A distinguished Alabainian, who was identified with the Bell party, but who is now a secessionist, writes to a friend in this city: "You may suppose that there is a chance to rebuild the Union which has been torn down. There is none—not on ly is there no possibility, but in such an event we do not believe that the North will give us any substantial guarantee, and we could not trust them if they did. The idea whieh teems to have taken possession of the Peace Congress, as it is called that we will he satiafieid with the prohibition north of 36° 3 0 and squatter sovereignty south of that line, is a...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 February 1861

... mm ®h* 4Mouil §*wvwit JANE o. swissirnk, SR3S5 PROPRIETOR. Thundiiy, February *8th, 1861. a? voxiUM3a 3* asro 3i W IN MEMORIAM. Another little form asleep-, •. ••.*•?» 7 Arid a little spirit'gonev,v- iJ Another Utile voice is hashed,, And a littlejange] botnT "•. V5 That came three years ago. The birds- will sit on the branch above, And sing a requiem To the beautiful Utile sleeping form That used tp sing to them. But never again will the little lips, To their songs of love reply For that silvery voice is blended with The minstrelsy on high. .T. Two little feet are oa the way To the bonie'beyond the skies, And our hearts are like the void that comes Whin a strain of music die*, A pair of little baby shoes, And a lock of golden hair The toy our little darling loved, The dress she used to wear The little grave in the shady nook Where the flower* used to grow— -,,..• And these are all of the little hope TELEGRAPHIC. N E W YORK, Feb. 19^—Mis. Lincoln and children were driven in a ca...

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 March 1861

.«SE TOL, a ii A S I I *T. CLOUD DEMOCRAT 0 N I W S BANK OF THE WHILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING 0 0 0 0 TERMS: to «rpy, «At year, 1,60 fir* e«piei, one y«ar, 6/26 Tta 10,00 trtaty aopltt, on* year, (and one •way extra to tka («tter up of tho •lab, 20,00 fa/mtnt matt invaaiably be made in advanct RATES OF ADVERTISING Oaa aohuan, on* year, $00,00 Half eelaan. 35,00 Oaefeartk of a eolumn 20,00 One e«.mare. (tea line* or leas) one week, 1,00 Bustaess Cards not ovor six linos, 6,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Ltgal Advertising: Sixty'cents a folio first insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. STEPHEN MILLER. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW ST croux), Lower Town. Will stake collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Ileal Estate. A E S E ATTORNEl &. COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CHiOTTID, Lower Town. Will make collections, inve% money, buy, •ell or ...

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 March 1861

She #L (Hotrt frwoaat JANE O. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. is a a ok 7th 1861' WOOD.—We want wood, and as there »re a number of oar subscribers who were pay in wood, and the season for getting iu crops over, we hope they will make it convenient to bring along our word just as soon as possible. W ANTEL— Inpay ment of subscriptions, wood, flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to eat, especially wood 1, »«——-T Mottoes for the Day. 1 will suffer death before I will consent or advise my friends to consent to any conces •ion or compromise which looks line buying the privilege of taking possession of the Gov •rnment to which wo have a Constitutional right because, whatever I might think of the merit of the various propositions before Con gress, I should regard any concession in the face of menace as the destruction of the Gov •rnment itself, and a consent on all hands that our system shall be brought down to a level with the existing disorganized state of affairs In Mexico. But this thing...

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 March 1861

nill cheerfully given to all the States when lawfully demanded for whatever cause, as cheerfully to one section.as to saothcr. There is much controversy about the delivering up of fugitives from service or labor. The clause I now read is as plain ly written in the Constitution as any other of its provisions: *No person held to serv ice or labor in one State, under the laws thereof, escaping into another, shall in con sequence of any law or regulation therein. be discharged from such service or labor but shall be delivered up on claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due." It was intended by those who made it for the reclaiming of what we call fugitive slaves, and the intention of the lawgiver is the law. All members of Con gress swear their support to the whole con stitution, to this provision as much as to any other mission, then, that slaves, who escape comes within the terms of this clause, shall be delivered up. Their oaths are unanimous Now if they wuuld make t...

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 March 1861

MfcftHHHH S Wto £l €U\u\ gemwrai JANE 0. SWI3SHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, March 7th, 1861.November O I I E I 3, 2sTO. 3 2 ROCHESTER, Minn., 20,1861 MRS SWISSHELM :—Starvation in Kan sas continually tings ia my eo whilst we Rave cnongb and to spare, and Southern Minnesota is rerpgbding most nobly ko calls for help by "material aid." AadMenagerie eh a^Stearns Co. prove herjclf ungrateful for past benefits from God and man 74-^ Let H'tit remember thc^graisUopper seasons of 1.850—7, as well as the bounteous har vests of 1839—60. Think not, dear friends, that we can do nothing because pf or for want of mpneyv trjasjt their im mediate wants are being supplied whilst much seed will be supplied and our donations in grain can reach them on the opening of navigation to sustain life be tween seed time and harvest. I anything has been tlono in our County, call on my wife at Payne&villo for twenty bushels of wheat, and.it wi'l be forthcoming. If not, in the name of suffering humanity, let th...

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 March 1861

•JH VOL T3HE^5 (, Oh he fi [jiin A 0. SWISSHELH, a ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT tfflCB ON THE WESTERN BANK OF mtSBSsm suTHE MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, •rrtJIITl THBSTBAMBOAT LANDING TERMS: five ••pioe, oae yaar, 6,25 *.m 10,00 Twaaty foplts, on* ytar, (and one 17 txtra tat gttttr up of tha ib, 20,00 r«7aont tavaalably boaadt in advanca S BATES OF ADVIRTIgING O tolnsn, ono rear, $60,00 Half oolamn, 35,00 ©M-foarth of a toluma 20,00 •ao tanara, (t«a linos or laii) ono wook, 1,00 Buoinois Cards not oror six linos, 5,00 #T«r six linos and under ton, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first insertion, 40 eents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to bo directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CIJOTJX) Lower Town. Will meke collections, invest money, buy, sell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CLOTTID, Lower Town. Will make collections, iavesb money, buy, •ell orlo...

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 March 1861

Wu £t ®Imt 4 §m*mL JANE G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, Maroh 14th, 1861. WOOD.—We want wood, and as thcro area number of our subscribers who were pay in wood, and the season for getting iu crops in over, wo hope they will make it convenient to bring along our wocd just as soon as possible. WANTED—In payment of.subscriptions, wood, flour, meal, meat, butter, or anything else good to oat, especially wood I Mottoes for the Day. 1 will Buffer death before I will consent or adtlso my friends to consent to any conoes eton or compromise which looks like buying the privilege of taking possession of the Gov ernment to which wo have a Constitutional right because, whatever I might think of the merit of the various propositions before Con gress I should regard any concession in the face of menaco as the destruction of the Gov ernment Itself, and a consent on all hands that our system shnll bo brought down to a level with the existing disorganized state of affairs in Mexico. But this thing wil...

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 March 1861

pta -1 A S E W S Goods at Cost. Now is the time to buy goods at your own price*. Bradford is offering to sell his stock at cost, to make room for spring stock. /jn».—On last Friday morning, at about 9 o'clock, the "St. Cloud House," in Upper Town was discovered to bo on fire, and in a few mo menta waa burned to the ground. Loss about 1,000. Insured for $500. FIGHT.—On Thursday evening, last, two men being engaged in a dispute in front of one of the stores in Upper Town, one gave the other the lie, when the latter "led out" with his right and "caught" his opponent between the eyes, sending him to Mother Earth. Upon the recipient rising, the blow was repeated, and still a third time, when bystanders inter fered, and prevented further danger! —We received President Lincoln's Inaugu ral at so late an hour last week, that we were compelled to go to press without correcting proof —hence a number of unimportant mis takes. ComjtscTiON.—Instead ef "from $500 to $800 raised in. Stearns Co. fo...

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 March 1861

WU JR MM §mmwi JANE 0. SWI^SHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, Maich 14th, 1861. O E 3 35TO. 3 3 Will the Long Night Never End? BT FLASH. 1 have longed and prayed for sleep, But my heavy eyelida keep Weary vigils through the night: Vainly is the pillow press'd, Slumber cometh not, nor rest— Even dreams are driven to flight I What is this which bids sleepfly? Fevered blood and glaring eye Attest its power of woo malign Through aching brow oomes throes of pain Which almost paralyze the prain— Ob, Headache Fiend! this work is thine. Ceaso thy moan, oh, man of grief! For thy trouble there's relief, Science aids all human ills Cease thy moaning—stop thy Buy a box. and quickly try Hpaulding'a great Cephalic Pills. Kansas Resolutions. At a meeting of the "Minneapolis District Sunday School Association" of the M. E. Church, representing tho region of country from Minneapolis to Little Falls, held at Ano ka, Sept. 23, 1861, the following resolutions were adopted, and the Secretary ordored to send 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. — 21 March 1861

one VOL I 'I fin li O & 8WIS8HELBI, a CLOUD DEMOCRAT •FIICBOU THE N BANK OF miasWESTERBOTTHE WILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, THE STEAMBOAT LANDING TERMS: one/ear, $ 1,50 five ««it«, one J««r» «»25 fva 10,00 Twenty «oplei, OM year, (Mid one extra to the getter op of the 20,00 aymentmast lnvaolablv bemade in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING W eetaaa, oat year, $60,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a eolttmn 20,00 #ae somare, (Ua lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 fver 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 JIDITOR. 1, I. SSSSSSSSSSSf STEPHEN MILLER. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CTLOTJX), Lower Town. W1U stake collections, intest money, buy, •all or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •v disfeae of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNBl & COUNSELLOR AT LAW BT. OLOTJ3D, Lower Town. Will make collections, intent mo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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