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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 December 1858

nr»-*r rarrvv.^r-c^-Tsi- o. of rici •o till O E O A 1 Thursday, 5SHKLM, EDITOR Dee. 9th 1858. V» ill some of our subscribers who in tend paying in wood, send us some dry .:-.!':' We fire very much in want of it •:nd cannot keep the office going unless .v-1 got some inore soon. I .:i of the amount of grain received in payment of cue year's subscripiton to the £?L Cloml E O A Yf!n-a liCh i'resh The =ture id VSTi rial 2'z.e is a Minnesota institution, of a.l Linuesotians are in duty bound I rou i. It is in the city of St. An ', s::u:Uc:l on an eminence overlook ,.:::• and from its observatory ting a ries of magnificent views. twin cities of St. Anthony and ea: olis lay at our icet, with JN'icolet I, tho proposed future Capital of the I..AY crowned with a dense forest, a lit tie above the Falls and many gleam: of the flashing river in its pearl, when we saw it, making a u:s panorama and one we can ima- gine as stiil more inviting when the is exchanged for emerald. -\Uli t.-i un\ ""lv:^'...

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. — 9 December 1858

Thursday, Bee. 9th 1858. W a O V. ill some of our .subscribers who in tend paying in wood, send us some dry h.e!':' We are very much in want of it *iai] cannot keep the office going unless we get some more soon. Wheat i»ve -. Corn Barley Oats Buckwheat iittor Ifcef 5* a rich prairies nnt* vers rolling on away their lives in damn ih'^j as in the fi hut nnr?43tc/n cities, I open path.to •cry eye of th cna the THE ST. CLOUD iDEMOCRAT Iflc^ have never, iu any place, Keen house where French luxury and s'drightli i-ANE G. SWISSHE1JI, EDITOR ity and comfort, List of the amount of grain received in lyment of one year's subscripiton to the Cloud DEMOCRAT Two" bushels Three bushels Five busliels Five bushels Seven Fusiiels Four bushels 1'cn pounds Thirty pounds i'rcsh Fork Twenty pounds The .same proportion for six months. The produce to be delivered at the r^rore of II. 2. MITCHELL, Lower town, opposite the Plancinr Mill. The "Winslow House." 1 ills is a Minnesota institution, of which J.L.1...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 December 1858

his steps some °25. BnrK»sswsRSiS5«aBaa»SM^3^«»3'Jns:"B WEATHER.—It has been cold for soma On the morning of the 7th the spirit thermometer stood 18 degrees below and the mercury 22. From present ap- pearances we suspect that Mercury is .fir bout bidding farewell to Zero and going on down to pay a visit to Pluto. 10TH.—Did not get our paper worked off yesterday. Old Mercury has reconsidered that matter and not liking the look of things down there, has retraced Our "cold snap" is over, and we are having pleasant winter^weather. Egg* TH E lliver closed on the afternoon of the third. Foot passengers have been crossing over on the ice since the fourth, and it is thought that to day, the seventh, it will be safe for teams. THE Ladies Temperance Social Circle, met at the EVERETT School House on Wednesday evening the 8th ultimo. An interesting and amusing series of articles •were read from their Paper, edited by MRS. LILY, MISS DOXNEL and JAS M. MCKELVY ESQ and people appeared highly grati...

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. — 9 December 1858

"WEATHER.—It has been cold for soma days. On the morning of the 7th the spirit thermometer stood 18 degrees below and the mercury 22. From present ap pearances we suspect that Mercury is jx bout bidding farewell to Zero and going on down to pay a visit to Pluto. 8@- 10TH.—Did not get our paper worked off yesterday. Old Mercury has reconsidered that matter and not liking the look of things down there, has retraced hit stops some °25. Our "cold snap" is over, and we are having pleasant winter^weathcr. ESP* THE River closed on the afternoon of the third. Foot passengers have been crossing over on the ice since the fourth, and it- is thought that to day, the seventh, it will be safe for teams. THE Ladies Temperance Social Circle, met at the EVERETT School House on Wednesday evening the 8th ultimo. An interesting and amusing series of articles RAVW 1 Paper, edited by NEL and A S appeared were read from their MRS. LILY, MISS DO? MCKELVY ESQ andpeople highly gratified It meets at the resid...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 December 1858

*•..*.»« ttACSaG* b7b !K0UC9 WASHING! ox, Julj 17, liZS faieba made with Messers Allen and Chase- a proposition having been made by them which was deemed reasonable. Respectfully. H. M. Rice. Homeetsaii Excap ion. We give our readers to day the Home stead exemption Bill of Minnesota. There is, its we observe, quite a diversity of sen timent as to its justice and propriety. W entertain the opinion that a rascal will '.heat you exemption or no exemption and .his law may shield honest debtors from the severity of unfeeling creditors, until such time as they can accumulate a suffi ciency to pay their entire indebtedness.— A all events we can give it a fair trial nd if it disappoint-? the expectations of its •:uds it can bo repealed. A:.' AC FOII A HOMESXEAL* E E I O N ilc it enacted by the Legislature vf the oj Jzi i: a ct:ufi 1 SEC. 1. That a homestead consisting of any quantity of land, not exceeding eighty acres, and tiie dwelling house thereon and its appurtenances, to be selected b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 December 1858

**ar uw«at*A va?!ue!afK 3a^j*zz r*?*$s3tz-Lzr: -nr.v-.K: -so r^.u^awpj-rs?' WASHING to.\-, July. 17, 1858 lidkers of the Fionesr^ Democrat: Hh% Postmaster General lias this day direct ed that a contract for carrying the mail frbin St. Cloud via Breckinridge, to Fort Abercrow bie b* made with Messers Allen and Chase— a proposition having been made by them which van deemed reasonable. I Respectfully. H. M. Rice. Homestead Excmp ion. We give our readers to day the Home stead exemption Bill of Minnesota. There is, as we observe, quite a diversity of sen timent as to its justice and propriety. We entertain the opinion that a* rascal will •xheat yon exemption or no exemption and .his law may shield honest debtors from the severity of unfeeling creditors, until such time as they can accumulate a suffi ciency to pay their entire indebtedness.— At all events we can give it a fair trial nd if it disappoints the expectations of its :ads it can bo repealed. AN ACT FOII A HOMESTEAI» EXEMPTION. x...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

ti- JAWE G. SWISSHELaS, 8T LOUD DEMOCRAT -OTSICE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE «jjjJbhfiJI 3 dbfilffjul JL.tX do cL* eJo cJUlcLviy VO 41ILES A O E E A S O ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 2,00 Two copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Ten Twenty 3,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 Payment must invaaiably be made in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING. One column, one year, $C0,00 kalf 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, G,00 Over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal advertisements at legal rated. All letters of business to be directed to the E I O E S BT STEPHEN' MILLER. The sky the sky the lofty sky Its varied scenes—its bursting arch— Far, stretched bove aerial worlds on high The sphei*es in which the planets march— Elicits praise, calls forth applause, And bids e'en admiration pause. They bid her pause, nor dare attempt A task -o di2icult or vain, As to define or e'er to pa...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

s*- —y t- f. 1 *••*.•"•"•' .•• ... 5*3 MS mm rm. oT-C LOUD DEMOCRAT 0?riCE ON THE WESTERN BANK OF THE •ITJRTWIWB'llTB'BTI |$flj MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: 'Tis morn the towering God of day Alone assumes majestic veign, And smiling, journeys on his way, "~"-**ws0i6»r,.inwnt and valo» o'*ivland..iind.niain, Diffusing "gladness on the earth— Defying man to tell his worth. 'Tis noon the dark and threatening clouds In majesty do hover o'er, Fork'd tightning streams alongtheir shrouds, And battling thunders crash and roar, -The dark collections heave and rend, .. And heavenly tears to earth descend. 'Tis eve the bright and silv'ry moon Surrounded by the taper^light iA. Of thousand stars, dispels the gloom And rolls aside the murky night These march in glory through their sphere And admiration crouches here. 'Tis day or night—'tis dark or light— 'Tis morn or eve, or when you will, Gay Phoebus shines in plumage bright, Or thunders shake each...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

I •ii paymentdoDEMOCRATs:-suhscripitou St. Clou Wheat Rye Cora Barley Oats .Buckwheat Gutter JJeef Fresh Fork The same proportion for six mouths The produce to be delivered tit the Wc regret to learn that Senator Dour,- LAS has not emancipated his slaves. Itt grace to the owner. They are badly ha, badly clothed, and excessively overworked." In this view of the^case wc beg leave to take back every word we have ever said in favor of Mr. DOUGLAS. We partieulary, especially, pointedly and personally repudiate him now and forever. The niuB who claims to own his ncidi iiors wife the right to take an infant from its mother's arms, and tell it like a dumb beast, is no Democrat. He who would buy and sell one class of laborers would buy and sell any* other class of laborers if he had the power. Every man. no matter what his color, or in what rountry he was born, has a right *o the proceeds of his own labor, to live 'with and jirotecfc his own wife and chil dren and he who denies the .poorest,...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

ThursdaySWISSHELM,. And Mr. SLIDEL a Southern Democrat :-says, "the condition, of his slaves is a dis grace to the owner. They are badly fed, badly clothed, and excessively overworked.'' In this view of the^case we beg leave to take back every word we have ever said in favor of Mr. DOUGLAS. Wc partieulary, especially, pointedly and personally repudiate him now and forever. The man who claims to own his neiirh iors wife the right, to take an infant irom its mother's arms, and toll it like a dumb beast, is no Democrat. He who would buy and sell one class of laborers would buy and fsell any other class of laborers if he had the power. Every man, no matter what his color, or in what country he was born, has a right the proceeds of his own labor, to live 'with and protect his own wife and chil dren and he who denies the .poorest, "the humbles or most ignorant those ina Jienable right? is a dangerous aristocrat and has not one drop-of Democratic blood in his veins. What are the Kings, Emp...

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. — 23 December 1858

•UJWL.ll.3i a a ,.4, SI U. I Willsbbfe of our pabseribars who in tend Wrefn in wood, -vm! US some dry K»P fuql ^«j arc k*ory much in vrant of it and cannot keep the office going unless •wo ccfc some more soon. r.w inn a -»p~Mfr.»«.»» Tn:: nc grist in?il at Kingston in Meeker .Count -, ,.:-.' to bo doing a fine business and t'.?rnii:'j out a superior quali ty of flour. Farm-ore in tho South West of Stearns Oouucv Sod it convenient, Si.. i.«- not able tu do as the rail! at Si nearly all tlie ^vv offered. D. W. INCERSOLL&CO., A?.E NOW KT.'f:^IS!i AN EXTHNSivT. STOCK 017 sisriE im rascv ID E, x*-a- IDs FOR a a W a Embracing everything in the Y- (J 0 0 S INE AND AT PRICES TO DEF.V COMPETITION. COUNTRY MERCHANTS Will find this the best place to purchase their SUPPLIES. TUE ATTENTION 0T CITY AND COUNTRY PURCHASERS Is particularly invited to this SFLEI010 STOCK IN T1IK CORNER STORE OF THE STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Anthony Streets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. P...

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. — 23 December 1858

%J "Wfll'&bte of our subscribers who in tend 'W$&I? in wood, send us some dry fuofcc. .^Jjare very much in want of it and cannot keep the oinec going unless wo gcfe some more soon. Tni: new grist mill at Kingston in Meeker .County is said to bo doing a fine business and turning out a superior quali ty of dour. Furmevs-in the Soutb West of Stearns County will !dxu\ it convenient, as the mill at St. Cloud if not able to do nearly all the \ovk offered. D. W. INGERSOLL&CO., A?.F. sow BECRIVISU AN EXTENSIVE t^TOOK 01? sura tk mvi 3D E "2T-C3- O O S FOR a and Winte Trade, Embracing everything in the DRY-GOO I) S IKE-, AND AT FRIGES TO DEFY COMPETITION. COUNTRY MERCHANT S Will find this the best place to purchase their SUPPLIES. TUB ATTENTION OF CITY AND COUNTRY PURCHASERS Is particularly invited to this SPLENDID STOCK IN TIIK CORNER STORE OF THE STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Antho ny Streets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. BCSINESS or ST. P...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

&BGAL! O A & S A K,—D E A HAVING iSEKN MADE in the payment of lav »am of live Hundred and Seven Dollars ^$$07,o0j principal and interest which is claim vd I*fcwdue .-a the date of this notice on a vcriaiu Mortage, bearing dale the olst d.iy of October A. v. liioT, executed by John Jones of the town of Sauk Rapids Benton County Suite oi Minnesota to Chimney A. House of thes»aiu« place and recorded in lie Office Of Xbe Register of Deeds for said Benton County on the oisi day of October A. .D. 1867 at J! Hi'c-lock P. M. of said day iu book "B" of Mort gages on pages lilt) & 1-1: Now therefore by virtue of a power of sale 'costaiued in said Mortgage and of the statute •in such, case tnade and provided notice is here by given that the premises described in and 'covered by said .Mortgage to wit Lot Xo. Four {4) in block No. twenty-three (28) in the town of Sauk Rapids County oi* Bonton as surveyed and jdatted by C. B, Chapman in July 1854 and recorded* in the Office of the Reg...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 December 1858

wi s. &BGAL! OUTU A sU£ SALE.—1E A jVx HAVING UJiKN »A»K in the payment of lire Bain of Five Hundred uud Seven Dollars ($507,00) principal and interest which is claim vd i* bo due tii the date of this notice on a vertaiu Montage, bearing date the 31st day of October. A. i. 1^67, executed by John Jones «f UMJ town of Sauk Rapids Benton County •**uitj of Minnesota to Chauncy A. House of *l»e same place and recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds fur said Benton County on the 31st, day of October A. ,1). 1857 at 6 Voloek: 1'. M. of said day in book "13" of Mort gages on pages 1-0 & 121: Now therefore by virtue of a power of sale 'contained in said Mortgage and of the statute 4n such case made and provided notice is here by given that the premises described in and •covered by said Mortgage to wit Lot No. Four (-4) in block No. twenty-three (23) in the town of Sauk Rapids County of Benton as surveyed and platted by C. B. Chapman in July 1854 and recorded in the Office of ...

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. — 6 January 1859

37 CLOUD DEMOCRAT 0?I?ICE ON THE AVESTERN BANK OF THE 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT -0000- LANDING. TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 2,00 Two copies, one year, 3,00 five copies, one year, 7,00 Ten 12,00 Twenty 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bo made 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 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 EDITOR. O E [From the Home Journal.'] FOOTSTEPS ON THE OTHER SIDE. Sitting in my humble door-way, Gazing out into the night, Listning to the stormy tumult With a kind of sad deli ght— Wait I for the loved who comes not, One whose step I long to hear One who, though he lingers from me. Still is dearest of the dear. Soft he comes—now, heart, be quiet— Leaping in triumphant pride Oh it is a stranger foo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 January 1859

1& 4 I 1 ii SY CLOUD DEMOCRAT 0?PIGE ON THE WESTERN BANK OP THE 4 GJ13°ip 0 IcJ"IP'IV P&|£|WC1K1WW 90 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, OPPOSITE THE STEAMBOAT LANDING. TERMS: One copy, one year, Two copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Ten Twenty ivment must invaaiably bemadein $ 2,00 3,00 7,00 12,00 20,00 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 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 EDITOR. ZPOZETZR/ST. [From the Home Journal."] FOOTSTEPS ON THE OTHER SIDE. Sitting in my humble door-way, Gazing out into the night, Listhing to the stormy tumult With a kind of sad delight— Wait I for the loved who comes not, One whose step I long to hear One who, though he lingers from me. Still is dearest of the dear. Soft he comes—now, heart, be quiet— L...

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. — 6 January 1859

S O E O A JAN E G. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. a a Gth. 1359 Jtetf" triune articles intended for this week, ii crowded out and we regret to Wreak off in Mr. RIDDLE,'s obituary but justice to his "memory, requires that we give a more extended notice than can appear in one number oi' our paper. O it a No news that has come to us i'roui our dear, old home—Pittsburg, has lien «ud to ua: Had this, which announces the death of UOHEKT. M. KIDDLE. Sketches of his lite will be written in abundance, tor he had many warm, personal friends and was long and widely known as Pittsburg's 1 latiuns, of publisher, printer, business iean war. we were writing a series of let- tern on Woman's Wrongs. They were published in The Spirit of Liberty, an able little Anti-Slavery weekly, published and edite 1 by R.KECE C. FLEESON, one of the present editors, of the Pittsburg &is [Hitch. The rush of patriotism which carried our nation into the Mexican war, submerged the Spirit, which went down gallantly, maintaining...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 January 1859

week, are crowded out and we regret to ROBERT. M. RIDDLE. Sketches of his life will bo written in abundance, for he had many warm, personal friends aud was lung and widely known as Pittsburg's most polished and able political editor. partner or employer for twelve years. Just prior to the getting up of the Mex ican Avar, we were writing a series of let ters on Woman's Wrongs. They were published in 2'Iie Spirit of Liberty, an able little Anti-Slavery weekly, published and editc 1 by REECE C. FLEESON, one of the present editors, of the Pittsburg Dis patch. The rush of patriotism which carried our nation into the Mexican war, submerged the Spirit, which went down gallantly, maintaining the principle of Liberty or Death. Pittsburg was thus left without one paper to utter a word against the Pe culiar Institution and her citizens, even nuuiy of those who had been prominent Anti-Slavery men, appeared to be drunk with the glorious prospect of whipping that miserable old cripple, Mexico, fo...

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. — 6 January 1859

AttE NOW ttBOEIVISa E O AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF ,, STAPLE AND FANCY zD^-^r-Gho O X) 3 FOR a and W in a THE ATTENTION.OP •01X1* ANDC0UNT11YPURCHASERS Is particularly invited to this SPLENDID STOCK IN TUB CORNER STORE OF TH E STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Anthony Streets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. S I N E S S OF ST PAWL.—Visitors at the store of Messrs. Ingersoll & Co. might very naturally enquire where the ladies conic front -who constantly throng their store, but when they price their goods it will no longer be a matter of surprise, that Delaines at 12* cents rpri DOWER SAINT CLOUD. DEALER tuL D.W.:INCERSOLL&CO.,!DE,TJG- S O E E IbTIEW O Embracing everything in tUo R\Y- GOODS INE AND AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. O N E A N S Will fiud this the best place to purchase their S I E S per yard, and good English Merinoes at 25 cents per yard, should draw customers- We arc informed that their sales so for this fail are larger than any previo...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 January 1859

.' -H0- D.W.UNGERSGLL&GO., AAG SOW HHOEIVISO AN EXTENSIVE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY D:E& TT-Gh O O S FOR a and W in Trade, Embracing everything in tho 2) ll\Y- GOODS LINE) AND AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION. COUNTRY MERCHANT S Will find this the Lest place to purchase their SUPPLIES. THE ATTENTIONTOP VIT£ A N O N PURCIIASE11S Is particularly invited to this SPLENDID STOCK IN THE CORNER STORE OF THE STONE BLOCK, On the corner of Wabashaw and St. Anthony Streets, on the Bluff, next the bridge St. Paul, Minnesota. A\ BUSINESS OF ST PATTT,.—Visitors at the store of Messrs. Ingcrsoll & Co. might very naturally enquire where the ladies come from -who constantly throng their store, but when they price their goods it will no longer be a matter of surprise, that Delaines at 12i cents per yard, and good English Merinoes at 25W cents per yard, should draw customers- We are informed that their sales so for tin* fail are larger than any previous year. dec,16,1858. CLEAR TH E A E CARS ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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