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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 25 February 1864

jicaaA3^ 4$ 1 7 HEWS, CHURCH DIRECTORY. "*Divlne Hservlee, of W S1"E. Churoh—l at the "Seminary Hall"—every Sabbath* at iOJ SR M., and 6J r. M. Prayer Meet ing every Thursday eveutng at tty Sain bath School at 9} A. M. every Sahbwth morning. DAVID TICK, Past or. DLSTWCT COVM, 4TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT *'1|0J». CUA9.K. VAXDBRBUROH, JVD«I. 1801. Gfeaerul 2VTW5.—Steara Co., April 4, and Sept. 19 Benton Co., Sept. 12 Morrison Co., Oct. 3d. Special Term*.—At chambers In the Court Hems© of Minneapolis, Feb. 6th and 20th, March 5th and 10th. JOB W O Having one of Gordon's best Job Press es, a large stock of now type and a full as sortment of cWdsand stationery, we are prepared to print poster?, circulars, bill heads, letter heads, ball tickets, business, jWjjpddin,g and visiting cards, euvelopes, la "oelsj programmes, blank*, invitations, or almost anything desired, iu good style and at fair prices. A call is respectfully re quested. SEWING MACUINR.—A Wheeler & Wil son Sewing Machine—perfe...

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 February 1864

I '•^«'NW*^., 3E A E O A O S Carrots are very excellent ffodtUr" fur horses that have been lonp kept on highly carbonaceous food, arid who.e digestive organs may be out of order in consequense of -their Nsdhsfcinl activity in reducing meal and oats info the ele ments of animal nutrition. With a fair allowance of carrots, ground oats, and sweet hay, a horse will enj3' ^od health and spirits, have a loose hide, shining coat, and healthy lungs A daily al lowance of carrots should always be furnished to horses, the subjects of in digestion whose food often runs into fermentation, inducing diarrheal, or a lax,' washy state of the bowels. Car rote furnish an acid called pectic, which possesses the curious property of gela. tinizing the watery contents of the di gestive cavities. A few drops of this poetic acid will gelatinise both, and when mixed with the juice of an orange, changes the same into jelly. 80 that if the alvice discharges of a horse arc watery carrots can be used as a valu 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. — 3 March 1864

"e1 4-3B* 4* 4 1| ft 4- VI ^Totti. I, THE DEMOCRAT I» published at St.' fcloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ornce—Coaxca Ta»i AVKNVB AMI WASHINGTON STRICT. W. MITCHELL. Editor A Proprietor. Has always on hud a Fine Assortment of TERMS TWO DOLLARS A TEA XT,•'•'FtADVAXCE. Legal advertisements at statute rate*. [Ten lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to tbe space they occupy in brevier solidj O W O IC iOf.all kinds executed with neatness and! dupatch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agenoy, ST. exorn I MIS XK SOT A. I I Ili a ^XTENStJTE Explorations of Land iu this District subject„to private entry, and long experience in Land Office business, .. five the undersigeed peculiar advantages cost S of a -And location of Land Warrants. a W a a For sale at a small advance on New York prices. Contested Pre eruption cases prosecuted ^•erore the Local and General Land Offices. -Attention paid to E PAYMENT OF TAXES ...

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. — 3 March 1864

4-,f. v- lht #t. Clmul glcmocttit. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY} OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, March 3 1864. '•Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the/•«ihiit fall* be/oreu With Freedom's sot! beneath our fret. And Freedom's banner streaming o'tt ui E 1 A IIECRVITIXO TO E CONTINUE I'll.... ORDERS. E a Aftrr Hurt Ii First to b« Credited. The following important dispatches, rajs the St. Paul Press of the 1st. were received yesterday by Lieut. Col. Av eri.l, the Assistant Provost Marshal General for this State WAMIIMVTON. Feb. 20 Lieut. Col. S. T. Avcrill, St. Paul On and after 3Imrch 1st, 1864, until fur ther orders, a premium of fifteen dollars for au accepted veteran recruit, and a premi um of ten dollars for un accepted recruit, not veteran, will be paid from the draft and volunteer fund under the regulations that now govern the payment of the pre mium of twenty five and fifteen dollars for accepted recruits. B. FRY, Provost Marshal Gen...

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. — 3 March 1864

I _-• \. -4 i-OO-AJLi jSfJffiWS. CHURCH DIRACTORT. Divine Serried, of the E Church— at the "Seminary Hall"—every Sabbath at 10$ A. 'M., and 1 Prayer Meet ing every Thursday etening at 0J Sab bath School at ftj A. M. every Sabbath Morning.. DATID TICK. Pastor. Hos. DISTRICT Cou»n 4TH JVDICIU. DISTRICT CBAS. £. VAMMHBUMB, JUDOI. 1S&4. OeiurtU IVrnu.—Stearna Co., April 4, and Sept. 10 8«nton Co., Sept. 12 Morrison Co., Oct. 3d. AJwii'u.' Arm*.—At chambers in the Court House of Minneapolis, Feb. 6th and 20th. March 5th and 19th. JOB W O Having one of Gordon's best Job Press as, a lurge stock of new type and a full as sortment of cards and stationery, vrc are prepared to print posters, circulars, bill heads, letter heads, ball tickets, business, wedding and visiting cards, envelopes, la els. programmes, blauks, invitations, or almost anything desired, in good style and at fair prices. A call is respectfully re quested. SEWING MACHINK.—A Wheeler & Wil 80U Sewing Machine—perfectly ...

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 March 1864

^gtvuttwrat :~ln rti^ncelog^dfing I 1 M''i ... I HW'Mi'i»i|l •g I S A ON O A O CUJO gTaiiyy* #u The followh-g concisely stated meth od of growing and harvesting a tobacco the firm of Phelps, Caldwell & Co.* to bacco dealers of Louisville, Ky., a per son we are assured, well posted in the business. It will be ioui'id' to answer majiy inquiries we have received of late now rake again, then tramp with the feet and cover with green brush, with out leaves. Remove the brush after the frost is out of the ground and the plants bcgia-4» cover the bed. The Preparation of"the"SoTL—This crop requires the best soil that you can have. "New grouiid" or virgin soil yields the,. *|Jngst'r manOhreftiring1"leaf but old^well-manured laud -will"give a larger yield and a riebery'heavier article, which willi^s^u^htby the ejrjso/ters. TWe ibil"fliowl*be' thoroughly!- cultiva ted before the -crop* is planted. iThe ground having been well plowed and cross-plowed and harrowed, you will lay it* Ontftree an...

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 March 1864

4 I I fit I It published at St. Cloud, Sterns County. Mi&nesota, every Thursday afternoon. Omcs—Cum TUBS AVS-VCI AXOWAMIHOTW STBUT. W. 1 MITCHELL Editor Proprietor. TKKMSi TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. A S O A O I One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, one year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, six months, 45 00 One-half column, six months, 80 00 One-fourth e»lumn, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 5 00 Business cards, Ave lines or less, $5 per, annum six lines, $6 eight lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of this sited type constitute a quare, and cards -will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O Of all kinds executed with neatness and nijpatch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, ST. CLOUD MINNKSOTA. EXTENSIVE A t-S E A E made., VOL. VI. ST. ?F THE DEMOCR Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land O...

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 March 1864

jvr She £t. €)toml $emocmt OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUKTlf. OFFICIAL I'Al'Eii OF THE CITY. W. B. M1TCIIELI,, EDITOR. Thursday, 'Marfch 101TJ64. "Forever float that standard sheet.' Where breathes thefte hut fails before us, Wtih Freedom's soil hene-ith ovr ftt'i, AttdVf^eaSnrTlfmificr itrtampia us'' W a VUOCI.AMATIOK BY E UDYEKKO To tlic Peopl of Minnesota The deficiency in the quota of the State is les? than fourteen hundred men—the liberal Government boun ties have bocn extended to tho first of April next and one more united e%rfVHl supply that number and maintainvth^fejvitatiou of Minnesota. It is duo.tojhc oid organwatituis that their ranks should be filled, nud until that bo arivniplishcd an attempt to enlist a new regiment would seem iuap propriate. I therefore earnestly inf the patriotism •f the State to place beside the tenuis ot Minnesota: tliis further contribution of urtien liuudrcd liu-il in the gre-it cause of tho Unnion. White the old regiments have equal claims upon our...

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 March 1864

**l"WBiil I, _„.„, JS I DISTRICT COURT, 4TU JUDICIAL DISTRICT. O CHAS. E. VANftKftBURGH, JUDOS. IStU. Gir/KTiiI ftrnu.—Stearns Co., April 4, inul Sopt. 10 Benton Co., Sept. 12 Morrison Co., Oct. 3d. Special Vc-i MIS—At chambers iu the Court House of Minneapolis. Feb. 6th and 20th, March 5th and 19th. O W O Having one of Gordon's best Job Press es, a large stock of new type and a full as sortment of cards and stationery, we are prepared to print posters, circulars, bill heads, letter heads, ball tickets, business, wedding and visiting cards, envelopes, la jels, programmes, blanks, invitations, or almost anything desired, in good style and at fair prices A call is respectfully re quested. SKWINQ MACHINE.—A Wheeler & Wil son Sewing Machine—perfectly new—can be obtained on unusually favorable terms. Tnquire at this office. Stearns County office. this WOOD.—We would be glad to receive a dozen or more cords of wood on subscrip tion to the DEMOCRAT. Now is the time. NOTICE.—Subscriptio...

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 March 1864

-JEy "Zrz^six"?: :^rrrrrrrrrrr,rsr: S O W O S I N W E A The nature of the wheat plant ik'to -make roots and tiller in cool weather, before aeuding up its stem Sown early it has a chance to do this befwVs the warm weather of May draws' it" up to a head. On this account less grain is needed to sow an acre of winter tb«n of spring wheat. Any early, moder ately rich, loaiuj soil is good for wheat, but it ought**' bJ dry or^rrtfitrcd thor oughly. Spring Wheat is better adap ted than winter wheat to heavy but well tilled clays? on which wheat win ter-kills by being throw* "but '^yHhe frost. It is a waysbest to plow in theBEING fall where this has been done, a light dressing of fine manure may be harrow ed in almost as soon^as the fr6sfi«'mt and the wheat sown. In case it nee cs^ary to plow in spring, turn under strawy manure or a muck compost to ?ive lightness and porosity to the soil, if it is a heavy one. And unless the soil is in excellent tilth, do not put the manure very deep. I the ...

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 March 1864

VOL. VI. THE DEMOCRAT la published at 81. Cloud,fltjarnwCounty. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Omct—Coaxes Tnran A«»ui AND WASHIXOTOX Stain. W. 1 MITCHELL, Editor A rroprletor. «». TCRM 8 TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. RATE S OF A O I I I I One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, cne year, 40 00 'One-fourth eolumn, one year, 25 00 One eolumn, six months, 46 00 One-half column, six months, 80 00 1 One-fourth column, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 i0^uMUwejeix months, *,. 6 00 Business cards, fire lines or lees* $6 per annum six lines, $6 eight lines, 97. Legal advertisements at statute ratest [Ten lines of this sixed type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and dUpateh, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, ST. CLOUD MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVEt 4 Explorations of Land in this Distric subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office bus...

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 March 1864

SJlw Ctottd democrat. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TBB~CITn^ ~~W. B. MITCHELLTEDTT"( 'Forever float that standard sheet Where breathe* the foe hut fall* be/ore «.*, With Freedom's toil beneath our fret. And Freedom** banner attaining o'er us." APOLOGETIC.—We must apologize to our readers for the great amount of space taken up by new advertisements on this page ofthe present issue. By next week, however, tlis will be pro Tided for and during the remaining time in which the tax list is be pub lished we shall is^uc it in a supple ment and return the -co 'utrin it -now occupies to reading niattcV •*^S- 0» i.,..t .. E M&t&rfX QIOTAS ASD ttkvicnzxvttik. s«. cio«a omc Aitradi ., The St. Pant pajieVs S' Saturday publisn a list ot (JNe Quotas of- the va rious counties under alt calls, with the number of ol men furnished by each from the commencement of the war. append such as are of special in terest in this locality COUNTY OF STKARNS. Quota Oredtt Berlin, St Augusta, Brockway, Fair Haven, Lynd...

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 March 1864

& LAJ^' JSHEWS. IN ST. LOW Stsphon Miller will be In our city on short YISH among his friends. UCTVM.—AfMM*rMc* Lecture will be delivered the SesoiMurr, «f tebtwth erenlng nest, by Rev. Mr. &Uwwrt. in St. Louis, and McJftlvy, Co.1, Seventh the military prison- RKcnrns.—Thirty-seven pnnies of the 8th regtaeat yesterday afternoon. to Kir different com trass down river BmuimKKTERMUSK.—it stidthat Oapt. David son will take this steamer around the Falls, of St. Anthony as he did the Cotter. ,_ %o RsruRjr.—We are informed that Hon. E. 0. llanv lin«rilV'rctUr.niuashorttimoand resume hU profos sion in this city. He has already become tired of the East. We shall be glad to see the Judge back again. \..» 4 CONFIRMS!?.—We are very glad to learn that the JSenate has confirmed the appointment of our young friend, Lieta't. Stephen C. Miller, as Commissrry of ..Subsistence with the rank of Captain. He has proved •himself a good officer, and is deserving this appoint ment. Ho will be assign...

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 March 1864

1 1 INIMLAJ* WiU»'li lie -IIRIR fBll "ffftimUL 6I1LIT. Plaa* for the Spring Campaign. I te^ a arrsuata t*i*toct*j«l, a FHTn a HtABQCABTimS, DISTRICT OF MlNMKSOTA. DlPABTMSMT Or THIt N0BTHWH8T, St. Paul, Minn., March Oth, 1864. Editors St. Paul Press. GENTLEMEN :—In consequence of the many applications made to me "for information with regard to the conteih plated military operations in rtiis Dis trict daring the approaching season, and the general interest manifested by the people on the'"fioutier, to learn what dispositions are "to be made tor their defense, I deem it to be my du ty to state wn-tt is proper to be made public on this subject through the me dium of the journals in this arty. The programme fixed upon by Major General Pope, embraces three distinct objects. First, the chastisement ahd subjugation of the bands of savages on, both aides of the Missouri River, who continue refractory and hostile. Sec ond, the protecwioh ot the overland route to Idaho by the establishment 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. — 24 March 1864

I I THE DEMOCRAT Is published lit St. Cloud. Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday nfternoon. Ornci—CORNER THIRD ATEKUK .WO WASHINGTON STRKKT. W. MITCHELL, Kdltor & Proprietor. E S TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, IX ADVANCE, A E S O A E I S I N I One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, cne year, 40 00 I One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, six months, 45 00 One-half columu, six months, SO 00 S One-fourth oolumh, six mouths, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 5 00 Business cards, five lines or less, §5 per annum: six lines, $ 6 eight lines, $7. **g*l advertisements nt statute rates. ^HNsi lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] .T O W O 1 IC Of all kinds executed with neatness and 'di-patch, and at reasonable rates. Real Eslate Agency,- IwATCHMAKrt AN S 1 0 1 0 1 *1 I N N E S O A For sale at a small advance ou New York prices. Contested Pre emption cases prosec...

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 March 1864

01 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. !l7ll I TO IIK LT,"BDITOR. —'hursday, a 2 4 1 8 6 4 Forevtr float that standard xhtrl.' Where breathe* thefts but fall* before us, I'ith Freedom'* noil beneath our ftet. And Freedom'* banner *tTraining o'er u*." A N O CALL identic bioed another I The Pre for two hundred thousand mor unesota's quota is 2,180 men. The ft will take place on the 10th of til. AM YTKl'R. E E I I E 6 all party of ladies and gentlemen, I T» :-...,. i: «. «t vl\ the benefit of .Minnesota invalid! persons were obliged to return home iug unable to secure standing room even get within the doors. The exercises opened with a spleii 07erture by the band. This was ccccdcd by Campbell's recitative po a, "The Wizard's Warning," which ough familiar to all was so presented to seem almost new. Mr. A. B. Cur- sustained admirably the part of uehiel, and Miss Sarah Eberman (ually well that of the Scet. The )stumes were in perfect keeping with ie piece, and the appurtenances of a of m—flashes ...

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 March 1864

bR*h. 7 V. rzrrr CHVRCBLDIRKCTORT. Divine S.ervjife, of the E. Church— J* the "Seminary -Hall"—every Sabbath **J*'» 7 P.M. Prayer Meet ... «t»*etjr ffhursday eveuing at 6J Sab- School at 9J A. M. every Sabbath ^craiffg. DAVID TICK, Pastor. IMsraic* Oomw. 4TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Hoa. ins.! AfAf»»CBQH, JUDOS. 186*.. t^-n«ral Arm.-Stems Co., April 4, and S«pt. 19 iijnton Co., Sept. 12 Morrison Co., Oct. 3d. ixcial Terms.—At chamber* In the Court IIouso of MoneapolU, Feb. Gth *»d 20th, March 5th and 19th. JOB W O Having one of Gordon's best Job Press es, a large stock of new type and a full as sortment of cards and stationery, we are vropared to print posters, circulars, bill i. tads, letter heads, ball tickets, business, wodding and visiting cards, envelopes, la ela, programmes, blanks, invitations, or almost anything desired, in good style and at :air prices. A call is respectfully re quested. NOTICE.—Subscriptions, advertisements id orders for job work can be lolt at the •st Office. S...

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 March 1864

teg -N- •—ar ^grimttwvat 4N^tmeitt. O O O I N S E E EDITORS PRAIRIK FARMER :—The foot rot was discovered among my sheep last winter. I had blue vitriol finely pulverized, and a part put in wa ter—more than the water would dis solve. Kach sheep was placed on its back and all the feet carefully examined. If not affected,, the .strong solution was applied between the hoot's with a sitnll swab. If a foot was diseased, ull of the hoof looseneo^from the quick was thor oughly pared &Y, the tender part wet with the vitriol water, to make the powder adhere better, and tine vitriol applied to the part affected. Swabbed between the hoofs, and removed all ai lected sheep from the well sheep. The thi.'ty or forty in the hospital flock were properly attended. It" not cured by the first application, the foot was examined, and more vitriol applied. The well flocks were closely watch ed. If a diseased sheep was discover ed, k^was removed, and the whole flock received an application of vitriol wa...

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. — 31 March 1864

I i. »1 I I I 4 E DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud. Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orncis—Coitxut THIRD AVKXCE SS» WASHIXOIOS STUEST. M. MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. TKiOIS DOLLARS A TEAR, IX ADrAXCS. A E S O A E I S I N One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, cne year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, six months,* 45 00 One-half column, six months. 30 00 One-fourth .oltimn, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 5 00 Business cards, five lines or less, So per annu n: six lines, $6 eight lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W O I Of all kinds executed with ne.-uuess and di,patch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, O I W E S O A 1j.EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private eatry, I give the undersigned peculiar advan...

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. — 31 March 1864

5 She JK ®!«id|!«a%rat. OFFICIAL JMtftRff W THE COT. V. B. E EDITOR. Thursday, March311864. •"forever float that standard sheet Where breathes thefne but falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath vur feet. And Freedom's banner screaming o'er us MPORTAST O PKNBIVA— ABU I HATCH'S BATTALION. A correspondent ot the Press writing under date of the 13th inst, states that intelligence has been received to the Hoot that the Yanktor.s had separated horn the Sissetou and had gone beyond she Missouri and that Standing liuft'a ii and Street Corn, (Shseton Chiefs) "v.ere to rendezvous tft Devils' Lake, reparatorv to making ^jeaee with the (lovernment. These'c&kj&i Will, it is thought, give themselves up aud use iheir influence with the others to do 1 kewise. Tbey express a desire to oltt a cotfneil there—rather than at Fort Abercroiiibic—for the purpose of tendering the calumet of peace, now that it has no tobacco in it—and to 1 ui the hatchet wliich has nothirg 1 ft of it hut the han...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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