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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 September 1863

'W /IJ 1 1 1/ l( I in O O I E E W S ISjY*Subacriptiong, advertisements and or «f» far job work eon be left at too Post OBco. CoaaacnoN.—Aa error having been made in our la* week's issue in the calls for County ami District Conventions, ike proper correc tion is made in this paper. —Gen. Sibley is expected to reach this city today. —Too Board of County Commissioners have •boon in session for the past two or three days equalising the assessment on property, and attending to a few minor matters. —lion. Alex. Ramsey, with the party that accompanies him, will probably be here by to morrow evening. They did not leave St. Paul as soon as was expected. I Taa £xptiiTio».—The portion of the ^re turning Indian Expedition which remains un der command of Uen. Sibley is expected in this city on Saturday. Anns DUAWB.—On Saturday last the or ganised militia in the Rockville district, Capt. iA. Labontc, drew forty muskets with accoutre ments. RIMOVBD.—Col Thomas has removed his headquarters to Metxr...

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. — 3 September 1863

AS I\DEPK.\DB!« 8TATK- Every cfcincnt of a State should bo made to subserve its independence To this end have politic*} economists devo.ed their hv bors and Rtttdics. For this end the State administration is inaugurated, and bound by true "higher law' to promote the means of self-sustenance, without the pos sibility of being made tributary to other powers. Minnesota aa a atdte possesses every olement of aelf-sustetiance. Our railroad system, as instituted under the original land grunts by Congress, shows tn6 wisdom of that body in its fosteiing care of the new Territory. It was an independ ent system, calculated to establish an in dependent State. The natural channels of navigation are an element ot independence. We hold the head of navigation of the Mississippi, of the Great Lakes, and of the Red River. The first two will be connected by the shortest possible.practicable railroad route, and within our own territory. The Mis sissippi and Red River, through the Min nesota, will be ma...

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. — 10 September 1863

1 I I I rI«7' )l Ifr vj ifi if W*M. WNfHU* as TH« DEMOCRAT te fmbsUhad at St. Clead. •tearae County, WIMMIIII Wktmmf mmnma. Ornoaf%ww»aa I araewa aan •eaves* Svaaa*. **r* TERMS (raee4ty\ ewe year, $ 1,60 fH» Safin, erne year, «,16 TIP •*. ••.-. io,oo Tweedy copies, oat year, (aad one copy extra Io the gottor ap of the oldw. 10,00 1*aymeatmust iavaaiably bemedeia advaaee BA11S OF ADVERTISING loo eetetaa, oio year, $60,00 Rolf eolamn, 16,00 Oae-reertfc of a selame 10,00 senate, (tea Unas or loos) oae week, 1,00 bajsamssCards not over six Uaes, 6,00 eversix liaoa aad wader t«a, 7,00 Legal Advertlstag Done at legal rates. AW teeters of bwsleoss to bo dlrootod io tko EDITOR. O :rawairrrN-Grv Of ell blade neatly, cheaply endexpeditionary RRUJL W A ACUJNCY, ST. CLOTJ&, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVLandt E Explorations of Land la tkis District subjec to private entry, aad long experience Oatce bueiaoss, give tko un deeetanedpeculiaradvantagesia tkesoloctioaof land aad th* location of Land Warrant...

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. — 10 September 1863

8he £t. 4£l0uil OFFICIAL PAPER OF TME CO UJ(TK owe f—*—' OFFICIAL PAPER OF icrifeRT*^ W B. MITCHELL, E Thursday, September 10 1863. FF VI *T forever JloaJ that standardsheet! breathes tit jot okt falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Frstmum's banner streaming o'er us!" Republican Unio Ticket. Eor Governor, S E E N I E oj Steams County. For Lieutenant Governor, A E S S E W O O of Fillmore Count /. For Secretary of State, A I A E of Olmsted County. For Auditor of State, A E S I A oj yieollet County. For State Treasurer, A E S 8 E E of Washington County. For Attorney General, O O N E O E .«\ "."if I '. of Rite County. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, E O 1 O E of Houston County. REPUBLICAN JJNION DISTRICT CONVEN YENTION. Tke Convention for the 3d Representative District will assemble at the Everett School House, St. Cloud on Thursday, September 17th, 1863, at 3 o'clock v. »M to place in nom ination one candidate for State Senator and three candidates for Representa...

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. — 10 September 1863

Iff 13 -Br ft •J i( 1 w'' I "I Ll *J 4 2STETW3, p\$o 'Subscriptions, advertisements and or «r» fir J«b wbr* be loft at "Htf r»ii .. ELKCTIO* TicxaTs.—We are prepared til print election licketa, either Republican er Democratic, on short notice and at reasonable prices. Send in your orders. IIJUL STOEM— On Sabbath "evening we were visited with a hail storm, which lasted, however, bat a short time. AXOTHBB TBAM—Burbank ft Ce. are send- fng off another train, of eighty teams, loaded entirely with Hudson Bay goods. Paasojui—Henry T. Welles, Esq., the ^Democratic candidate for Governor, is in town. We understand that some of his friends have feecured for him a lot in the new cemetery. C'ABTES DBS VISITS.—Mrs. Farwell has just received by express from New York, a new camera expressly designed for cartes des visile, and is now prepared to take them in the best style. fj*AFM —Mr. A. B. Curry this week* ,cut from vines in his garden several clusters of Catawba grapes that were fully ripe and ...

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. — 10 September 1863

-. i-»^iafe.- WAI in have 1MM vaat battle-ground by this war. Krerv county and evetj town skip ken beta (be of noma ierce straggle, or the theatre of tome bloody drama, whose mesnery will lite lor gene ration* Orate grow cross roads, wbere rode annle-posta point ways no traveler evef wont sleepy hamlets, nnknown to Ihe eeasos-taker and toe tax-gatherer, where th^ spelling-book and the mail-bag never were seen lonely log meeting honseS) where some ignorant pastor doled ont to a seanty erowd of more ignorant "white trash" weekly portions of "whole some admoaiUdttj" and—the oountry newspaper have beoomd world-famous. Distant lands hate heaid Of them dis tant times will apeak of them, and romanoe and poetry will ooople their names with heroic deeds, and make them holy places In oar nation's history. At every station on the Nashville road the traveler aaea indications of the fiercc nem of this straggle, and evidences of a valor worthy of the most heroic ages. A Mnnrbrdsvi&e, on a lit...

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. — 17 September 1863

I.' 4 I \i I. [i •ITOULL, •LbA bhn |i rr-*-r— rt-n^ THE DEMOCRAT a-bUahtu at 8t. Cloud, Sfswras County, Minnesota, every Thursday arleMfcotf. Office: COBNBB THIRD AVBBUB AND W A in INOVOB STBBBT. TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,50 rire copies, one year, ftv** Tea Legal Advertising Done at legal rates., All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. :i O XTCI2TOECTGK Of all kinds neatly, cheaply nadexpeditiously executed. E A E S A E A E N 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. frXTENSIVB Explorations of Land in this _Ci District subject to private entry, and long experiencein Land Office business, give the un dersignedpeculiaradvantagesintheselectionof Mfld and the location of Land Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sale at a small ad fatiee' New York Prwtt. C#t|{etfle'd r/rd-fcription cases prosecuted be fore the Ideal and General Land Office, Attention peld tf the payment of taxes in Denton, Sherbdrne" Morrison and Stearns counties. A T«»nlots for sale *li mM. vSall-tf A EVANS. IWILL St. Cloud, May...

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. — 17 September 1863

4t^ 0fvm\WfK^ft, She £t. (Slottil ^»oifWii.|^,»f9? OFFWIAI. PA run OF OFF CIA PAPAR ^0F V1V¥* W. ft. I E E I O forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the foe but falls before us, With Freedom'a soil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom's banner streaming o'er us ."' Republican Union Ticket. For Governor, ST ETP It E N I E of Stehrns Cottnty. For Lieutenant Governor, CHARGES.p SHERWOOD, of Fillmore County. For Secretary of Stale,( A I A E of fttmsted County. For Auditor of Stale, II A E S Mc I A H., o/ yicollet County. For State Treasurer, A E S S E E of Washington County. Fdt jtHbrHejr General, O O iN E O E of Rice County, i.'i For Clerk of the Supreme Court, E O O E of Houston Couniy. District Ticket. 3rf Senatorial District. For Senator. HENRY C. WAIT. for the House of Representative, S. B. OLMSTEAD, ALEX, MOORE, -«-l HENRY C. BURBANK. 1—U*mimn Stearns County Ticket. For Sheriff, T. C. ALDEN. For Register of Deeds, H. HEOPNER W i. For County Auditor, fc. R. BENTLEV. For County...

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. — 17 September 1863

a. li XJOOAX. nsnErw"s. -Subscriptions, advertisements and or dors for jeb work ecu be left at the Tost Office. ELECTION TICKKTS—We are prepared to 'print election tickets, either Republic** «r Democratic, on short uotioe and at reasonable prices. Send in your orders. In order to give the proceedings of the Union Republican County and District Con ventione, we have postponed issuing one day. A»»HitiTMKNT.—1J. Z. Mitchell has been ap pointed by Governor Swift a Brigadier Gener al to command the 5th Brigade Minnesota State Militia. PRBSONAL.—Judge Vanderburgh was In owu this week. He is holding court in Ben 'ton County and next week a session will be held in this place Box Ri.f Ts.—As the beginuingof the new Post Office quarter is approaching, it should be re niembered that box rents must be paid before the first day of October. It is well t*o attend to these matters in time. GONK EAST.—Messrs. E. M. Tobcy, J. R. Bennett, Jos. Edelbrook, Jos. Broker and 'others of our business men hav...

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. — 17 September 1863

\iM laj a young mad with a ballet in his left •ye. His face %as frightful but he knew my toiee and step in the. mittat bf his painful da.koess, and it was very pleasant too, when the othot eye got to that he eottld see a very little to have him take .paks to bring me to a proper position so 'that he oould see and say, "I have known you a long time but never saw you before." In Wardmaster's little room at one end was a man so wounded that ho oculd not bo kept in the ward, and him I never saw, bat his terrible shrieks, and groans, and ravings wore audible often to the oth er ward where lay one shot through the body, mortally wounded and raving in wild delirium. Of all the others there was some hope, but the saddening influ ence of their continued moan was hard to overcome. To many it appears inhuman that there is not more show of sympathy with the dying, but the hope of saving the living makes it important to keep up a show of cheerfulness, and tbt^eonstant ac tivity which I found nec...

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. — 24 September 1863

1/ ..-.a to I Ml ." 9(ft Has THK DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. frrion: Coaxaa THISD AVMUI AMU WASH i.i«TON S I E T. T^RMS: Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to tbe BOITOR. O TJElTJSrTT2TC2r. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously ex.ecuted. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE JL».—A Jfo Mill has been enacted by Con gress prescribing the fees to becharged in each case of application for Bounty Money and ar rearages «f T*y, Invalid and Widows' Pen sions, Ae., Ac. My Washington Correspondent is Wm. Van Marter, Esq. •gf A full supply of all necessary blanks and forms enables me to attend to applications •without delay. WM. J. PARSONS, St. .Cloud, May 9th, 1863. v5n42-tf 4»WASD O. HAXUS. WM. S. HOOII. HAMLIN & MOORE, ATTORNEYS^ COUNSELLORS AT LA W. Office—Corner of Washington Avenu* and St. Germain Street. ST- CU»T S MissxsoTA. C. W A I BANKER AND LICENSED DEALE...

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. — 24 September 1863

TT Is She -jit Claud glemomt. OFFICIAL PA PSM~oF~ffiW~CO VSTV. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CtTl'7 W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, September 24 1863. forever float that standard sheet! Where brtathet the foe but fall* before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!" Republican Union Ticket. For Governor, S E E N I E of Stearns County. For Lieutenant tiovertior, 1 I A E 8 S E W O O of Fillmore County. •i. For Secretary of State, A A E af Olmsted County, for Auditor of State, A E S I A of yieollet County. For State Treasurer, A E S S E E of Washington County. For Attorney General, O DOJN E O E of Rice County. For Clerk of the Sapreme Court, E O O E of Houston County. District Ticket. 3d Senatorial District. For Senator. HENRY C. WAIT. For the House of Representatives, S. B. OLMSTEAD, ALEX. MOORE, HENRY C. BURBANK. Stearns County Ticket. For Sheriff, T. C. ALDEN. For Treasurer, 0. H. ROLFERS. For Register of Deeds, H. HEOPNER. For County Auditor. 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. — 24 September 1863

I tfa £6CALiraWB. Pwtonai.—We bad lb* pleasure last wetk ol •acting lerlo 8. Goodrich, Esq., editor of tee St. Pud Pioneer, whom wo found a gonial and agreeable gentleman. Ho remained only overnight, retaining with tho Roilrood forty. MAMT of tho itcmi of Stale Hows, besides ether matter, woo crowded out of lost week'* boo MOM excellent cider vinegar, mode in Connecticut and imported direct. Whoever boyo it once, would not be Withcttt it. BUBBAJIE & Co. are receiving thefirstin stallments of their immense stock of new goods which is on life Way. Front the Way in Which they dispose of what is already on hand, it will be necessary to hurry up the stock that is coming. LiBUT. S. P. BIOWN, of Co. D, 4th Minn. Tola., started again on last Monday to return to his regiment, with Gen. Grant's army. The nature of his wound prevented this when at tempted at an earlier date. ConPART C, of the 8th Regiment, under command of Lifut. Cover, arrived in town to day en route to Fort Abercrouibic,...

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. — 24 September 1863

'•idrieda 9\ 1*. *Iii •, noif ^tirngmf —Last week, Mr. Andrew Hanna thresh ed nine acres of wheat grown on his firm near town, which yielded an average of about thirty bushels to the acre.—Ibid. 4t. •^•EA. —The iron has been laid down on the St. Paul and Pacific ttailroad about six miles beyond St. Anthony. As soon as the iron is received, and the track put down for a mile further, the passenger trains will run to Manoinin at which point they will connect with the St. Cloud stage.—Pita* —One of the disastrous effects of the August fros^ is apparent in the serious curtailment of the Cranberry crop. From all tho information wo can gather wc are forced to the unwelcome conclusion, that the crop this year will be a very meagre one.—Minneapolis Atlas. —Large quantities of the new crop of Wheat arc being offered in our markets. The quality is excellent, ami the yield per acre much better than was anticipated by the most sanguine. Prices paid, rulo from sixty-five to eighty cents lor Sprin...

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 October 1863

I :r*r fin [ii W. EBITODLL, TMi DEMOCRAT avbiiahed at St. Cloud. Stearns County, iaaesota, every Thursday afterno on. frrnou: COBBSB THIBD Avaaua ABB WASH uravon STBBBT. JJ ,.w, ..TERMS: 6 eony, one year, Five copies, one year, Tea 1 Twenty copies, oae year, (an^ one eopy extra to the getter o^ the club, 20,00 Paymeat must iavaaiably bemade in advance $1,5 0 6,26 10,00 1ATES OF ADVERTISING in* eolama, oae year, $60,00 Half eolinn, 66,00 Oae-foarta of a eolama 20,00 oao square, (tea liaes or loss) oao week, 1.00 business Cards not over six liaes, 6,00 over six liaas and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertiaiag Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O ^TtTlSTTTHTCS Of fell kinds aeatly, cheaply aad expeditiously executed. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE Exploratioas of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Load Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantagesintheselectionof land and the locati...

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. — 1 October 1863

Site £t. tflaud §nt-want OFFICIAL PAPER OF T&E COUNTY, OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. W, B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, October 1 1863. forever float that standard sheet Where breathes the foe but falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er Republican Union Ticket. For Governor, S E E N I E of Stearns County. For Lieutenant Governor, CHARLES D. SHERWOOD, of Fillmore County. For Secretary of State, A I A E of Olmsted County. For Auditor of State, A E S I A of JSicollet County. For State Treasurer, A E S S E E of Washington County. For Attorney General, O O N E O E of Rice County,* For Clerk at the Supreme Court, E O O E of Houston County. District Ticket. 34 Senatorial District. For Senator. For the House ef Representatives, 8. B. OLMSTEAD, ALEX. MOORE, Stearns County Ticket. For Sheriff, T, C. ALDEN. Cor Treasurer, 6. II. ROLFERSv For Register of Deeds, H. HEOPNER. For County Auditor. L. R. BENTLEY. for County- Attorney, 8, B. PlN-SEf,...

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. — 1 October 1863

~—.-— I •I I "•3,'.,llM 9 S CAM. BuTTiRniLD, Company A, 8th Regt. M. started from this pcint on Monday, en route for Abercrombie, to relieve Company G. of the 9th, whioh hma been ordered South- OLD BOBIAB was on a "high" the early part of the week, and wo doubt whether it could have been ascertained how many tone of dear sand wave forced down the throats, or thrown unceremoniously in the eyes of those who at tempted to promenade our streets at that time. We hope the next time he gets on a bender, that he will hare some regard for our hat— it's the only one we hare and new goods have not -'armed"—and not take it entirely off until we get a little nearer tho ladies we met, and if it is etiquette to be relieved of ones cha peau on suoh occasions, we hope, for our ex Irene youth sake, said hat won't be rolled in ..quite sueh close proximity to the aforesaid la dies feet, for we are a bashfuljinan, ycry STILL Tntr Cons!—In addition to the train of fifty teams to be started out by the Mes...

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. — 1 October 1863

Ttee lf*w Tarts Democracy. from th, New York Mhmo, 8th. The following is a copy of a resolution passed by the "district contention" for (he election of delegates to the Democrat ic State Convention, held at Greenport. is. L: Retotvtd, That we favor the immediate with drawal of every Federal soldier from South toil, and the absolute abandonment for ever of the claim, warranted by no clause in the Constitution, nor any consideration of natural or moral equlity that we have no right lo invade the territory of any State to impose by force upon the citisens of such State a Gorernment to whioh they never con sented, ami which they will never voluntarily obey. THE DAV!08d!i LINE.—The Cutter continues to arrive daily as usual, and reg ular as a clock. The eitiiens of St. Paul an Northern Minnesota in general are gisd reatly in debted to Captain Davidson for presisteot energy and enterprise in furnishing us not only with our mails, but a reliable route of travel, to accomplish obstacles. We ...

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. — 8 October 1863

I, 1 *J I 4 I •I 'I I I THE DEMOCRAT published at Si. Cloud, Stearns County Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ortioa: CoB.saa THIBD AVBMUB AM WASH 1NOTOM S A I T. js -oooo TERMS: RATES dP ADVERTISING Oae eoluBtn, one year' $60,00 Half oolumn, 86,00 One-fourth of a oolumn 80,00 one square, (ten lines or leas) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 over six lines and under ten, A 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. 411 letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O ZFRinSTTIIISrO. Of all kinds neatly, oheaply and expeditiously executed. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA EXTENSIVLand E Explorations of Land in this Distriet subject to private entry, and long experience in Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantages intheselection of land and the looation ef Land Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sale at a small ad vance on New York Prices. Contested PreEmption eases prosecuted be fore the loeal and General Land Office. Attention paid to th...

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. — 8 October 1863

I 2 wrifc •*.*«'*. 1 5 lite &\ tewnn jgraomx. OFFWIAl lAPMi OF ritii CITY. fortver float that standard sheet.' When breathe* the foe but Jails before us, With Freedom's sod beneath oar feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us.' ••7 1 Reimblican Union Ticket. For Governor, S l1 liV II JS N I of Stearns County. For Lieutenant Governor* A 8 b/ Fillmore County. For Secretary of Stato, A I I, A. E of Olmsted County. For Auditor of State, II A II E S I 11 A II of Sicollet Count)/. For State Treasurer, A E S S E E 11, of Washington County. For Attorney General, 0 11 0 N K. O E of Rice County. For Clerk of the Supreme Court, E O O E of Houston County. TELEGRAPHIC N E W S •The rebels succeeded in cutting off the Communication with llosecran's, between Nashville aud Bridgeport for only a low hours. They did no apparent injury. Burnside's right Wing^ ^Qnyuanifi&es Chattanooga. Active preparations are being made to renew the attack on Charleston. The Greek fire guns are in position....

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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