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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 25 June 1863

JORTQAGE LetionLota. SALE.—Whereea, Ml the 8th day of July. A. D. 1W2. Anton Edel brook and Gertrude Edelbrock, his wife, of the county off teems, and State of Minnesota, nude, executed and delivered to Henry C. Wait, of the County aforesaid, their certain indenture of Mortgage of that date, upon the following deathbed premises, to nit: Lota No. one (1), two (2), throe (8), eleven (11) and twelve (12). in black No. eight (S), in the town of St. Joseph, said lots and block being described according to R. B. Blake's survey of •aid town, with the improvements situated up on said lota. Also twenty acres of Hnd in sec tion fourteen, town one hundred and twenty four, range twenty-nine, being the same land conveyed to said Edelbrock by Anton Schnei der and wife by warranty deed dated March 9th 1860, and recorded in the office of Regis ter of Deeds of said county, March 20th, 1860, in Book "C" of Deed?, pages 529 and 530, to secure to the said Henry C. Wait the pay ment of a promissory note...

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 June 1863

IL.CX22LL ITOB'WS), HjT Subscriptions, advertisements and or ders for job work, can bo left at the Post Oflloe. DIVINK SKRVICJE.—Hev. J. N. Thresh er, of the BdbUst denomination, will preach at the Everett Schoolhouse on Sab- bath next, at 10J o'clock A. M., and 7 o'clock p. M. LAST TIME.—The publication of the Tax List of Stearns* County expires with this issue. SUITABLE.—We see Col. Miller's name prominently mentibhed as a candidate for Governor in the coming election. Should he desire to accept, the nomination would be ft suitable, one and his election certain. ACCIDEKT.—On Tuesday while Mr. 1'hipps, residing on River Street, was dis- charging a rifle it burst near the breach, injuring his right hand severely. A HOME.—Lieut. A. St. Cyr reach ed home this week, and will remain some time. He has favored us with a bundle of letters written to the rebel soldiers, from some of which we shall try to pub lish extracts next week (?HANQE —We see that Mrs. Swieshelm has apposed tit her pap...

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. — 2 July 1863

la published at St. Cloud, Stearns County Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Owe* COBSBB THIRD A I AMD WASH IJCQTOS TBKBT. TERMS: One Sony, one year, $ 1,60 thre copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 twenty copies, one year, (and one •opy extra to the getter up of the clufy 20,00 Payment,m'uat invaaiably bomadein adTanee RAtES (ft ADtBRTISING Pae one year, $60,00 Salfeolumn, column, 85,00 ne-foarth of a column 30,00 one square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not orer six lines, 5,00 over six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be direoted to the EDITOR. O :F:RI3STTI:N"C3-. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. A A E S A E A E N ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE W J. A S O N S Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Licensed Claim and Patent Agent, ST. CLOUD MINN. 1eWILLd prosecute, through my correspondents at Washington, any and all claims against (h Unite States, procure Patents, and prepare and c...

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. — 2 July 1863

«, wK*mmmwmmmmmmm She £l tflaud Scmomt. CJ oyj/r/A/.. /'.U'K/i OF 7't/H COUNTY. OFFICIAL VAPEB OF TllE CITY, W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, July 2 1863. forever float that standard theet.' IFA*r# breathes the foe but falls before us. With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!u tf&T We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything flse we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishment. Now is the time to sub cribe or settle old bills. LAST SIGHT'S XE1VS. Gen. Hooker was, on the evening of June 27th relieved of the command of the army of the Potomac, at his own request, and Gen. Meade appointed his successor. Of Gen. M. little id known, but that little is favorable. This army is said to be on the move. Our forces in Pennsylvania have retir ed to the fortifications at Harrisburg, and are awaiting an attack. Gen. Ewell is in front of the city and may open battle at1 any time. Reb...

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. — 2 July 1863

Proceedings of the Town Council. O I I A ST. CLOUD, June 27th, 1863. TaESKST.—8. B. Tinney, Major, Aid. Zapp, Howard and Ovorbeck. The minutes of the previous evening were read and approved. Alderman Howard moved that the May or be requested to draw an ordinance to prevent fast driving through the streets of St. Cloud, speed not to exceed tho rate of six miles an hour. Adopted. Alderman Howard moved that the Re corder be requested to notify the builders of St. Cloud that the Town Council will rcceivo proposals for building a house suitablo for the safe keeping of Hooks and Ladders, Buckets, &c, &c, tie same to be according to a plan on file in the Re corder's office, said bids- to be delivered to the Recorder on or before the next meet ing of the council, when all bids will be opened. Adopted. \Ym. II. Wood presented a bill which was placed on file and the Recorder was directed to pay what other parties receive for similar services. Alderman Howard moved that the Re corder b...

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. — 2 July 1863

FRUIT BAZAR ICE CREAM SALOON AND RESTAUKANT!! hi the building formerly occupied by Profes HT Cromwell a* a Saloon and Barber Shop— which has been renovated, repaired and im proved, and ii now opened for the benefit of the publio and Epioureans especially. And, notwithstanding "Little Crow is not Captured, there is no reason why the people should not ~i it KEEP €001," Call at the Basar, where you will be served to order with ICS COOL LEMONADE, SODA BEER, ICED CLARETS, And oil the cooling beverages of the season. A N I E S Stewart's Double Refined Rose, Strawberry, Chocolate, Fig, Cherry, Brandy, Grape and Ice Cream Drops. Figs Pressed, Figs Crystallised, Fig Paste, and Figs Natural. PEACHE8 & APPLES. O S E S By the oin or dish, to order. 2 S English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Chestnuts, Al monds, Filberts, Hickory Nuts and Haxel Nuts. Strawberries and Cream. COLD LUNCH AND HOT MEALSand At all hours, to order. In connection with the establishment is a a S it in With lady waiters in att...

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. — 9 July 1863

I ttW4!t **t«l •J»»!UOH tt uiasttsan 1J #k*-« lusty f.Ji bunal j.„,i •il' Jv-'i-••• ••UU I •TuT /y V.t'»M vj f-uiTT W. B. MITO&ELL, ni oiaw ui QB&'JTUSS tluL ussob tnaUm—~—jgm hstfi ••:. -. i-«ti-iJBBWH!t|55Sff JWRHH5?! THE DEMOCRAT I. *o11aatd at Si. Cloud, Steams' County llma»»oU, every Thursday tftemoon. vu ... Ornea: l»B ie9"):*^e t»iMJna*e Cards not oter six linen,' 6,00 jorer^ia llnot ana undefton, '*'/'. "T 00 t«g»l Aaveilisrng"' 'TouV at l*jg»l V»tes. All latten of buainese ta be diraottd to the BDITOKl'! oat*«'" t»«« 1 Of all hioMs neatiy, cbeipti and*«b«diUonsly 3no»nJi.M «^MW|W^^flon ,' •£i_ii_Li_r-* ^"'w,1 t*fa» a|!At IBS^AT* ACrENOY, ,i^.:-'l ry.aU. jjiXfENStr^B Eaptorations of Land in this VJ DistrictVfabjeet it prlvateientry, and long tfwt— etin.Ltnd Offir(ibuaiueaygi\e the un dwraignadpeculiar advantagesintheselectionof land and the location Of Land Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sale at a small ad T.111CI on iViw York Jricet. "J» C»ntMted Pre-Etnptioa cases pro...

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. — 9 July 1863

-.-I -r. I I 9 Si I Ike $ 1 Cloud gei**x*t nrrwiAt. PAPEH or mm VWXT*. OFFICIAL FAFEK ~6F THE vttr. *e#svr 4#«f that tttmdari eheet I Where brtathee the foe butfalU before ue, With Freedom'e eatl beneath our feet, And Freedom'e banner etreeming o'er «*.'" We will receive wheat, oats, corn four, wood, good butter, egg*, oranything •1M we can use, in payment of subscrip tion to the DEMOCRAT or debt* due the establishment. Now is the time to sub eribe or settle old bills. BEMUSE* ATtow ?r eovBRSon SKY. RAM- On Tuesday of last week Hon. Alex Ramsey resigned hi* office as Governor of the 8tate of Minnesota, after having oc cupied the position and performed its du ties during the pant three and a half tears. Row faithfully these duties have been performed and with what results, the his tory of the prosperity and advancement of the State during the tame of his ad ministration furnishes an imperishable record. Called to the management of af fairs wheu in a state of eonfushn and bankruptcy, ...

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. — 9 July 1863

l' ti bt-Ui iiOOAL asrarwrs. tgt Subscriptions, advertisements end or J«r« fur job work be toft at the Post Office. ---For a variety of reasons, we been unable to issue until to-day, day.) have (Fri-. —Capt. T. M. Newson will take the place of Capt. Bond, of the Commissary Department, at this place, the latter being ordered' to report at Gleneoe. I.ITTIB Liar.—Hereafter the Hat of uncalled-for letters remaining in the 8 Cloud Post Office will be published regu )arly in the DEMOCRAT each week. FIRES —Heavy fires are raging in the taiuarao swampa east of the river and up Sauk River. So dry is everything that for several feet deep the ground is jaid toassemblage "be literally burned up. The roots of the 'tamarao crackle like old leather. Moaa ARMS.—"On Tuesday the 200 ad ditional stand of arms that we mentioned last woek, a* to be sent, arrived. Let them not longer remain stored away use less, but be placed in the hands of the militia to be employed, and that effective HnTCR.MJCO.—Duri...

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 July 1863

•-.i ., ICE CREAM SAWJON AM» by Profea* »r Shop end im- It now opened for'the benefit of public and Epicureans especially. And, notwithstanding Little Crow it not Captured, there ia no reason Why the people 6001," Cell at the Baser, where ye€ Will be served to order with rC* COOi LEMONADE, SODA BEER, ICED CLARETS, And all the cooling beverages of the seasun. 44vmrt'«,:/eifil«.' Refined Rose, Strawberry, Chocolate, Fig, Cherry, Brandy/ Qrape and Ice Cream Drops. I S rigs Pressed, Fige CrysUllited, Fig Fasti, and Figs Natural. PEA0HE8 & APPLES. &VsTfiR S wy the e*n or dish, to order. *-rr English Walnuts, Brasll Nuts, Chestnuts, Al monds* Filberts, Hickory Nuts and Ilatal Nats. 1*1 rries and Cream. -fc .tQJJ) ttJNCHA.NI)UpT MEALS *h I .*f"3 IT 11. •'(. .,. ••S 1 .-. T«! "At all hours, te order. In connection with the establishment is a X^axllew' in a With lady waiters in attendance Tg{ .... ««)•*.! --..ail IAAQ'ntn«ti Thankful for the many favors received from the cltff^ns 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. — 16 July 1863

iBPfflWjjeXWKBb' .8W 3 W. B. MlTOtttt, ill HI CJi. se 9W tHK DEMOCRAT la published at St. Cloud, Stearns County Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. •rilda("C»iiM Tm—*ri*vi O OS a a TERMS: Xt» 10,00 Twenty copies, ana year, (aad aaa eoay eatra to the getter up of the elK, ,: aofoo Payment mist lavaelaUy be madein advaac« 1ATK3 OF ADVERTISING due column, oae year, $80,00 Half column, 35,00 OdVrewth of a column 20,00 oao •quare, (tea liaes or Itu) oae week, 1,00 business Cards not orer nix lines, 5,00 over six liaes and under ten, 7,00 Lecal Advertising Dona at legal rates. AB,Httasttof business ta be directed to the O M&rarriiiTa-. Of all kiads neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. 11VAL ESTATE AGENCY, .CLOUD, MINNESOTA 1.1*TENSIVE Exploration* of Land in this 1J Diatrict subject to private entry, and long eiperieaoe ia Land Office business, give the un dersignedpeculiar advantage!intheselection of land and the location of Land Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sale at a small ad...

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. — 16 July 1863

SJlu £t. (Sloud gemumt. m—c OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE W. MltCIIKLL, EDITOR. •Thursday, 1 6 1 8 6 3 tsrsvtr/Uat that ttandard sheet! Where breathes tkt/ot but fall* before ue, With Freedom's soil beneath eurfeet, And Freedom's banner etrearning o'er us!" We will receive wheat, rata, corn (lour, wood, good batter, eggs, or any thing else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to tho DEMOCRAT or debts due the establish men t. Now is the time to sub eribe or settle old bills. REPUBLICAN UNION CONVENTION. Tht Republicans and all other uncondition el Union men throughout the Stale of Minne sota, who are earnest and honest supporters of the Administration, and who will stand by it without fear srfavor in all its efforts to crush rebellion and maintain the Union, and who desire to see no cessation of hostilities until the glorious old flag o! our country shall ware over a united Republics, "without a stripe eras ed or polluted, or a single star obscured"—and all, in fine, who are uncompromisi...

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. — 16 July 1863

1 1 1 1 I I I if s. \r. O A INTETWIS. oversubscription*, advertisements and or* 'era for job work ean be left at the Poatwo OBee.4 WOUNDED.—Among the Hat of the .ti Firpi Regiment is the oanW^f Bent- F. Noell, of this place, who mm tbe shot in the leg. He was the only St. Cloud boy injured. house was awarded -to Wolfgang Eich, at S165. New BOXKS.—One huLdred and four additional boxes and thirteen lock-drawers .have been put up in the Post Office, ad ding very much to its appearance. PETTY THIEVING.— Many complaints arc being made of petty thefts committed —lumber and nails stolen from new buil dings, and some of our lumber yards are minus several thousand feet for which their cash book shows no equivelant. This state of affairs shows that the Coun ty jail wight be employed to advantage. THE RIGHT STYLE.—On Sabbath last a party of emigrants from Kane County, Pennsylvania, passed through town bound for Sauk Centre in this County. They had some of tho finest stock that we have yet seeu...

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. — 16 July 1863

FRUIT XAR mm mim ANI AW *, RESfAUKANTI! ID the building formerly occupied by Frofce •or Cromwell as a Saloon and Barber 8eep-^ which bM bow renovated, repaired and Im proved, and la now opened for the benefit of the pobtio and Epicureans especially. And. notwithstanding "Little Crow it not Captured, there i* no reason why the people should not "EEB? €001," Call at the Baier, where yen will bo served to order with ICE COOL LEMONADE, 80DA BEER, ICED CLARETS, And all tho cooling beverages of tho season. A N I E 0 Stewart's Double Refined Rose, Strawberry, Chocolate, Fig, Cherry, Brandy, Grape and Ice Cream Drops, Figs Pressed, Figs Crystallised, Fig Fasto, and Figs Natural. ,":': PEACHES & APPLES. O S E S By the ein or dish,- fo order. NTJT&* 'English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Chestnuts, mends, Filberts, Hickory Nuts and COLD LUNOH AND UOT MEALS At all hours, to ofo'er. In connection with tha'establishment is a a a flfettiiisr With lady waiters in attendance. THE PROPRIETOR, Thankf...

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. — 23 July 1863

ft a 'A \v \il It r*Ui«k«l at 91. Cloud, gttar»s Count Mianeaota, avery Thursday afterao oa. Orrioa: COMI THIBD Avaxus AXD WA*B IHrtToS T&SST. .Ul TKKMS: fcaa copy, ©aa yaar, $ 1,60 (ivs rf ri aopiaa, aaa yaar, 6,36 •a 10»°° 7 Twenty copiaa, aaa yaar, (and ona 0a.m extra to the gaiter up of the aTu£, 20,00 Payment mua'l hit saiably be made in advaaet W *ATES OF ADV Sua eoluma, aaa yaar, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 Oaa-foarth of a column 20,00 aaa square, (tea liaea or lots) on* week, 1,00 baaiaest Card* aot over six line*, 5,00 oru lis liaea and under tan, 7,00 Le«tf *Nartifia« »dae at legal ratea. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply aad expeditiously exeaated. ,, ftBAL E S A S AOBMCY ST. CLOUD, MINKKSOT A. EXTENSIVLead E Explorations of Lead in this District sabject ta private entry, and long experience in Omeebusiness, give the on d^algaMpeealiaradtaqtagctinthcselectionof land aad the locatioa af Land Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sal...

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. — 23 July 1863

SSSJB-* Shi gtmocrat. vuict.ii* rir$K or W. I). MITCH KM., EDITOR. forever float that standardiml .' D'Arr* breathes 4hefte but/alii before us, Wtth Freedom's soil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom's banner streaming o'er lbs.'" We will receive Wheat, oats, born flour, wood, good buttor, eggs, or anything vise we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debts due theterrible establishment. Mow is tlio time to sub cribc or settle old bills. LBITIRK. Capt. M. Newson has kindly con sented to deliver Ins popular lecture, "Hurry Up," at the Seminary, on Mon day evening next. Tor the benefit of the monument for the First Minnesota Reg iment. This lecture has. been received in St. Paul and the many other places in the Statu where delivered with rciuukg of great favor, and as a literary production is said to be oi a high rank. Our citizens can not but be interested, and we trust that they will give a full house-. The object is a worthy one. Doors open at 7j o'clock, leeturc to c...

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. — 23 July 1863

I -I 1 I TJDGJ^ULt 23"ETW&: tOt Subscriptions, advaiiiseiriehti and or i!«n for Job work can be left at (be Post 9fl«t|-« II AH I A' Tfr13D MT* I Miss Elisabeth Wagraw, lately of St. Paul, will send her address to this office she willlearn oews from the army of much interest to herself. Ignorance of her whereabouts renders this form of no tice necessary. Exchanges please no tice. INVALID SOLDIERS.—'Jn Saturday evening last a number of teams came from Fort Abcrcrombie with sick and disabled soldiers from Gen. Sibley's expedition, taking them to Ft. Sndhng. ANOTHER TRAIN.—Burbank & Co. are engaged in loading another train of one iiiiudted wagons with Government stores for Fort Abercrombie. The escort is to be at Sauk Centr prepared to start, on the 1st of of August. Teams are daily arriving in this city from St. Paul with supplies to be taken through. KAINI—On Saturday evening ivc were favored with a fine shower that was quite beneficial. On Tuesday night, there was a little m...

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. — 23 July 1863

***IW| ^»i*li»li»W«WWMMWKMMEp3J|p[^f^J'^ ifTTZ 41 raw —T' •.• _*,., •.•_, II ii'if I I A A IC E CIEA SAIMI 4I»ti I0HT30 RESTAURANT!! In the building forri&fiy occupied by Profes sor Cromwell as a Saloon Mid Barber Shop— which hat boon renovated, repaired and im proved, and ia »ow opened for the benefit of the public and Epicurean's especially. And, notwithstanding "Little Crow is not Captured, there' h'o* reason why the ahould not 0 "KEEP €001," Call at the Bazar, where you will be served to order with ICE COOL LEMONADE, SODA DEER\ ICEDi CLARETS, And all the cooling beverages of the season. C7 A TV I E £9 Stevart'e trouble Refined Rose, Strawberry, Chocolate, Fig, Cherry, Brandy, Grape and Ice Cream Drops. PIGS. Figs Pressed, Figs Crystallised, Fig Paste, and Figs Natural. PEACHE8 & i" A" APPLES. O S I 8 By the c*» or dish, to order*.- English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Chestnuts, Al monds, Filberts, Hickory Nuts and Hazel Nats, StrawlttiTifs ami Cream. TOLD LUNCH AND 110T MEALS ...

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. — 30 July 1863

1 1 W. W MtTOHBLL TUB DEMOCRAT Ii nabllshed at At. Cloud, Stearns fjounty, Minnesota, every nursday afternoon. Orrioa: COMBS Tuinn AVnkqu A an WABU- I«OTOH atBiiT:'-' Kress 1 TERMS: Hr Oae eepy, one year, $1,6 0 Five coplee, one year, 6,26 Tea. 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (mid one copy eitre to the getter up of the elub, 20,00 Pay aoat must invariably be madein advance EATB8 OP ADVERTISING 9M eetunm, on* year, $60,00 Half eolunn, 85,00 One-fourth of column 20,00 one square, (ten lines or lees) one week, 1,00 bnilneM Cards not over six lines, 6,00 over six linee and under (en, .. 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of busiaess to be directed to the EDITOR. O TTElTNrrX2SrC3h. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. 1 E A E S A E A E N ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA EXTENSIVLand 1 E Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experiencein Office business, give the un deritignedpeculiar advantagesinthe selection of land and the ...

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. — 30 July 1863

Tfiw •*v. dJ iqai '.I ~r-rt •Ha »-. gn.-INnntpiw n-ci.'.l»*»t» iRw^oedhwe' ..(w to »di -i hat ... »t B*M tortvtr tout that etandurd sheet I Wleri breathes the foe butfaUs be/ore us. With Freedom's sodbeneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er MJ?" We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wooJ^good buUer, eggs, or anything «Iee we can use, in payment of subscrip tfcna to tho DEMOCRAT or debts dtic the establishment. Now is the time to sub eriba or settle old bills. REPUBLICAN UNION CONVENTION. The Republicans and all ether uncouditien al Union ttcn throughout the State of Minne: sot*, who are earnest and honest supporters of the Administration, and who will stand by It without tear or favor in all-its efforts to crush rebellion and maintain the Union, and who desire to see no cessation of hostilities until ihV-glorioua old flag of our country shall wave ever a united Republic, "without a stripe eras ed or polluted, or a single star obscured"—and all, in fine, who are uncom...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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