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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 31 March 1864

I I 4 r? 1 I tmiitm HjQQdfiLH •lETBrW'S WASTED.*—A girl to do general house work. Apply at this office. PORK is selling at 7c and 8o net beef, 8}o gross. O Vnaro indebted to Hous. Ramsey and Donnelly for public documents. 0. RETURXED.—Gov. Miller returned to St. Paul on Tuasday. having apparently enjoy ed very muoh big week's visit. ACQUITTED.—The gentleman whose trial took place last week before Justice Hansom for larceny was honorably acquitted, and the charges jronounced without foundation. RECOVERING.—We learn that Lieut. Col Rogers, of the 8th regiment, who has been in St. Paul dangerously ill for so:uc time past, is slowly recovering. PERSONAL.—We were agreeably surpris ed last evening to see our friend, Captain Stephen C. Miller, C. S., who came on a flying visit before leaving for St. Louis, at which i.lace he is to report for further orders. He will remain in town until Sat urday morning. Col. Thomas and Maj. Cullen also came up last evening from St. Paul. STAGE UPSET.—On 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. — 31 March 1864

A O From the Minneapolis fiilda'.' t! -ii tj Sjuide the ground in the fall after pulverising the soil,' then pack ii. If on anew sail, the bed should be pre pared compjst ip adiitioti. The beds shold be long and narrow, in order that they may I e'easily kept free from weeds. A table-spoonful of seed is sufficient tor a square rod. About the first of April sow the seed, in an oven manner, over the surface and pack is: hard, tak ing yreat care to have the bed leocl, or the seed will be washed out of its place when you water' it, which should be done quite often. A window sliou be kept over the bed "fatost of the time. The bed should be kept**sheltered from storms of wind and rains,'«nd from too much sun. This is a bettor way to raise plants than in a hot-bed. Plow your ground in the fall fall plowing is good, it kills the cut-wbrm und prepares the soil for a good crop Plow again in the spring, after you have given your grouud a good coat of manure then harrow it well. There is nothing...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 7 April 1864

vj» I I •5 THE DBMOTRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. ^Ownn rnsei tarn* avsirca WAsnawrar Stasn. W. I MTTdtLL, Editor at Proprietor. TSERBJSi "TO DOLLARS A YEAR, L\ ADVANCE I S O A O I if O I 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, «0 00 One-fourth column, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 5 00 Business cards, fire 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 square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W Of all hinds executed with neatness and di-patch, end at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, BT. CLOUD anaaiBsoTA. EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office business, give ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 7 April 1864

W She £i. (Wotu Htmorvttt OPFWIAL PAPER OP THE OHT. W B. I E I E I O Thursday, **:pril 7 1864- Forever Hoot that standard sh*et.' Where breathes the foe but falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath cur fiet, And Freedom'a banner streaming o'er as." I O A N E E for E a on of he (St. a Jbwkv S or a a Wo are permitted by Hon. J. P. Wil- son to make the following extracts from a letter received by him from Mr. E B. Litchfield, dated New York, March 23d: "The grant for the road to Superior be longs to the Saint Paul & Pacific-Railroad, not to our Company—ours being the First Division of the Saint Paul & Pacific R. R. Mr. Ric*4S-Presideutef the-trid'Cwinpany, and hist board controls that right, but 1 presume he will be willing to surrender it to our Company. I have written him if they will do so, with the right to the lands. If so, r# tcill put on engineers and survey a line this season calculating to ask for swamp lands next winter and to IMMKDI ATBLY CNDKRTAKB TO Bl'ILD TUE ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 7 April 1864

.. .Ktitrr. Co*. Baffin, who hoa been in St. Paul for number of week? too ill to move, .'is able on Tuesday evening to come as ii this place, and started this-morning Ft. Ripley. He is siill gaining slowly. SBTFBKBD.—We had the pleasure of tak by the hand Hon. E. 6. Hamlin, who eturned last week from Pennsylvania, and again located himself in town. Glad ftt. PSBSONAL.—Maj. Cutieja was in town '.y week, and was engage's'in making.some -p riments in cotton, which'if successful stil render this staple of greater value than Ycr. I 1 Sxow STOBM.—There was a severe snow form at Fort Abercromhie ou Monday of week. Eight inches of snew fell. TnASSFEF.—Co. G, Sth regiment has tan sent-to Fort Ripley while Co. D, 2d .'airy, Capt James Paine, from that post Sieves the former as escort to the, Indian isouers and goes to Fort Snelling tor hor ses. Loos.—We are informed that Morrison has one million and a half of logs on Platte liver which will surely come down this pring, rain or no raiu. lie ha...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 7 April 1864

.JA» Cf* WUMSJM Jtorintltroai "9ptfiMi:f' J, W BBNNMT, WRBfflF^M T?? En*. P&AIRIK FAHMKR:—Catarrh or nasa' gleet in sheep inay be cured in a very short time by use of the fol lowing mixture: Take one table spoonful of cayenne peeper, and one ta ble spoonful of sulpher, for every ten head of sheep. Jut in meal or bran suffioieut to make enough slop for all to hare some. Wet it tad saltj ust enough to make them eat ft. It should-be giv en once overy two days until *hey are relieved. I have eured them when they i»wre nearly dead wUh 'flie eMs- Cl G. PUGSLEY. sh m* u_ CUBAITSUVO MAPLR-SUQAK. Maple-sugar may be cleansed from sediment, or limestone, or any other soils, by the following proeesss:—When ready to cleanse the sirup, beat well 'two eggs to each gallon of sirup, and add them thereto, when the sirup is ©old stir well, and keep stirring for a while after placing over the fire. Have some clean, cold sap, or water, and if 'like to boil before, add enough eold sap or water, to pr...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 April 1864

I .- I "I I. 1 k. fH HE bEMOCRAT Is puMiaked at St. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. THIRD A I ASI WASHINGTON W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. »—I— TKK1US: rir^.xjoii^*^ YEAR, IN uzr^iviCR f* Li 11» RATE S OS* ADVERTISING 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-balf column, six months, SO 00 One-fourth column, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, five lines or less, $5 per annum six lines, 96 eight lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of this sized type constitute a square, and eards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier soHi :.T .-. O W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and di-patch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, CJUOVO I N N E S O A EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 April 1864

SHE #L (Stoud gtiwffltt OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUN CITY. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. iiursday, April 14 1864. 'or«r*r float that standard sheet! Where breathes thef»e but/alls before us, ith Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er ut." S E W S [By laat sight's mail.] -It is reported that East Tennessee been abandoned by tho rebel troops, that they have destroyed all the ges in their hasty evaluation.— nston's army is receiving heavy re rcements—Polk's army has joined —. It is probable that Longstreet also joined him. -Another steamer has been sunk rebel torpedo, in Florida, with the of four men and baggage of three meats. -The evidences before the Commit on the Conduct of the War seems •lace the responsibility of the Flor disastcr on General Gilmore. -From Europe we learn of the ck and total loss of the steamer C'ty New York, at "the entrance of senstown* Jiarbor, and of the repulse the Prussians in attempting to storm fortifications a't-Duppel. -Gold closed at 74 7...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 April 1864

if- t'j J. 1 I 7 A.IOTHKR MNTERTAINMBNT. By almost general request the Enter tainment given some three weeks since by a party of amateurs, will be repeated at the Seminary on next Saturday evening, 1 6 8 1 Partial change of pro- 1 'gramme. The proceeds will, as before, be '., svoted to the benefit of Minnesota soldiers. ~oors open at 7. Admittance, 25 cents.— 't .ct there be a full house. MARKXTS.-Wheat brings 86e, and but little offering. Oats in limited quantities, 92c. 7 Corn is not to be had, at least in anyZ. bulk, though $1.10 in the ear is offered. Hay commands $16—an unheard of price. Butter 20 eggs, 15. Both will soon be plentier and cheaper. This scarcity, and attendant high prices, is occasioned by every wan who has an •ere of ground being hard at work putting in seed. ACCIDENT.—On Saturday a little son of Mr. Porter's, living in lower town, aged •bout three years, had his arm broken by a heavy board falling on it. His injuries were attended to by Dr.. Wren, and he is get...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 14 April 1864

0L» JBL, ±.Jxi Jx 1 -""•—asaaaiass timttu^t gepartmcttt. MODIWCATIO*OF PfcAlfS. The season for patting in the Vari ous qj»ps has commenced, and til are busy witti'"those waking the earliest demand upon our toil. Those farmers who iiaye niade^auUif dicious use of'^rWter^s" leisur6c have adopted a system of rotation of crops, that appropriate* to eiofr its proportion*, ate space, which should suffer no other modification than the scarcity of labor, growing out of the distubed state of the political elements of the country, which demands from the industrial pursuits of life svlialf million of men. The agnoultuje}* the nation MMusU furnish a large quota of this force, making a heavy drain upon the vailable labor upon which the farmer depends. Under this influence, a modification of plans becomes a necessity, that at harvest.time we may -fee able to secure the eto|a} without IQB* In our opinion the present is" the time to provide for this emergency, by limiting the amount of the small gr...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 21 April 1864

•I I 'f t«r~ 1 VOL. VI. THE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orrici—Conceit THIRP AVKSUB AK» WAsnixotos ... StRPJW. W. MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. TKKIUS TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IX ADVANCE^. 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 column, six months, 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. Legal advertisements nt statute rates. [Ten lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be ckarged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W O I Of all kinds executed with neatness and dispatch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Agency, S CLOUD MIXNKSOTA. EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experi...

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. — 21 April 1864

a •8hr.£t &UwH §(\wmt CFrtQTAL PAPER OF THE CITY. W. 3 MITCHELL, EDITOR. Thursday, April 21 1864. "Forever float that standard *ktet.' Where breathes the fie but falls be/or: f«, With Freedom's soil beneath our /rat., And Freedom's banner streaming u'er us." QUERY.—Seme of the-tax payers of Benton and Morrison Counties would like to know what percent, their Coun ty Auditors receive for giving oufc-^fce publishing of the Delinquent Lists pri vatelv, without, notice or receiving bids. Of course, it is not supposed that they dii it without having their hands cross ed by greenbacks. Nit a few of the people feel interested in this quiet lit tle same. TO E FARMERS OF JIISSESCT.V. In behalf of the Sanitary Commis sion I earnestly appeal to you for the articles necessary, not only to the com tbft, but to the very existence of thous ands of our gallant soldiers in the hos pital and in the field. Let every farmer set apart a soldier's "JLof," and see-that it produces a "Min nesota crop" o...

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. — 21 April 1864

•I I I .1 Tun District Court adjourned oto Satur day, having completed its business. •. EREATUM.—We last week stated the di mensions of the new Methodist Church at 63x58, when it should be 33x58. BKCALI.SU.—Judge Hamlin having re sumed his residence in this place, and con nection with the Diocese, has 'recalled his resignation, which had net been accepted, and continues a Trustee of the Minnesota Church Foundation. GRADINU CONTRACT.—Messrs. Payte & Morris, of St. Paul, received the contract for grading the remaining ten miles of road bed to this place. They will com mence work at once. SBS. JOHN FARWKLL, President. ... SAUK RIVER.—We made a hasty trip «F Sauk river this week as far as Rich "xnond. Everywhere the utmost actiyiiy prevailed in farming operations. Men and women, girls and boys are in the fields 'plowing, harrowing and sowing. No "ground previously tilled is left unculti vated, and some new sod is being turned under. With a favorable soason, the yield in Stearns Coun...

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. — 21 April 1864

\A S^rifltltwa! §tf*tfmnt. O 8 S O BIB I S DAILY. _. Horses'require daily exercise in the open air, ani can no raoro be expected to exist without it than their owners. Exercise is an essential feature in sta ble management, and, like well-oppor tuned food, tends alike to preserve the health of horses. Daily exercise is necessary tor all horses, unless they are sick it assists and promotes a free circulation of the blocd, determines morbific nutter to the surface, developes the muscular structure, creates an appetite, improves the wind, and finally invigoratqs the' whole system. We cannot expect much of a horse that has not been habituated to sufficient daily exercise while such as have been daily exercised and well managed, are ready and willing to do our bidding at any season. When an animal is over-worked, it renders the system very susoeptible to whatever morbid influences may be present, and imparts to the disease they may labor under, an unusual degree of severity. The exhausti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 28 April 1864

VOL. VI. .': I THE DEMOCRAT la published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Qrncs—Centum Taws Avests vm WAsmworox STIMT W. MITl HULL, Editor 4 Proprietor^ TKKMS I TWO DOLLARS A TEAS, IX. ADVANCE. HATES UF .VUVERTI9INOI $75 00 40 00 25 00 45 00 30 00 18 00 8 00* 500 .One column, on* year. One-half column, cne year, One-fourth column, one year, On* column, six months, "One-half column, air months, One-fourth column, six months, ..One.square, due yeaw, On1*'square, sis months, Business cards, fire lines or less, $5 per annu.u six lines, $6 eight lines, $7. -Legal advertisements at statute rates. »[T«n lines ofthLj sited type constitute a square, and cards Will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier •olid.] ii-X O S W O I .» Of all kinds exocnted with neatness and di patch, and at reasonable rates. Real Estate Ageticy, •T. CLOUD I I MINNESOTA. '^XTEXSIV-B Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long exper...

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. — 28 April 1864

•At. 2fo (Etoudjnttorort, OFFICIAL PAPER OF *HS CltY. w. Thursday, A£hl 38 1864. in "Forevsr float that standard sheet.' iFhere breathes the fie but fall* before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, 1 And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us." I S XKTT&. [By last Night's *UaH] —The rebels sown indirect'to follow up their victory in -North 'Carolina and now threaten to-attack Newborn :Hid being captured he Fort Pillow massacre was re enacted at Plymouth. Al negroes in arms are said to have been shot. Our reports do not say how many there were, but rebel accounts place the number in the town at 300 Tw com- panies of loyal North Carolina troops were taken out and sto after the sur- render. Lee is not moving as«vras nqperted, but is waiting for-Grant. —As a recompense -for reecnt disas ters it "is Stated that they arc occasion ed by Grant's concentration of enor mous armies, and when in motion the rebellion will be unable to resist their progress. —Gold bad a fevrr yesterday open...

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. — 28 April 1864

if a 1 7 If 1 '.' VI ..\i •..- mi 1/ N HJV x-oo-a,r, :3srjEaws.i WBATQMdark and cloudr, with every promise of rain, A few scatteringflakesof •now fell this morning. Tan Aid Society will meet at the resi deuce of Gen. II. Z. Mitchell on Tuesday evening next. F«KSH Fiah are being offered for'sale in abundance on our streets daily. AT LITTUS ROOK.—Capt. Stephen Miller, C. 8., has been ordered to report for fluty at Little Rock, Ark. His brother, Rocart, accompanies him as Commissary Clerk. AccarTKu.—The resignation of Dr. Rci ger, as Surgeon of the Eighth regiment, has been accepted, and he has returned to St. Paul, where ho will resume the prac tioc of his profession. PROMOTED.—Second Lieutenant Chess man Gould, of Co. D, 4ih regiment, has been promoted to be First Lieutenant. Lieut. G. entered the Company as a private •t and has lairly won his way to his present position. STKAMKR ESTBHPHISB.—The Minneapo lis Atloa says that this steamer has been safely landed *n St. Anthony street, e...

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. — 28 April 1864

TO E E N S O DBSTHOT^TVO CABBAGS9. Eia. PRAIRIE FARMER :—Somo yean since I" concluded on raising sojue cabbages for winter lendforiuv cwav With the'assistance of my bova I lanted several acres, and the next morning on looking at tbctu I found a great many of .them destroyed by cut worms we 'phrti^id trfo.e "and killed what worms I ooulil liiid, but the. next morning fumd hundreds of the plants killed. We plantid more and strewed ashes, lime, salt, c.iws'. manure and chickens' luunure, and in Fact every thing I could then think of Outdid not succeed in stopping their deflations at last I came to the conclusion tii.it the "critters" had learned to chew and that my best way would bo to supply them with tobacco at once, I there fore put a bout a hair a pound or tobacco into a bucket of boil ing water and when it was CJOI I took Wptnt oup and put a little on each plant as 1 pricked it out* I looked next morning and found one plant de stroyed and the worm beside it dead. 1 always practice...

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. — 5 May 1864

t,i ij II THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud. Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orncs—CQRSM THISP Avsstfs AND WAsanratON STRMTW IW W.B MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. TEK1VIS TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. A E S O A E I S I N 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, 30 00 One-fourth column, six.inonths, 18 00 One square, one year, 8 00 One square, six months, 5 00 Business cards, five lines Or less, So per annum six lines, $6 eight lines, $?. 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 neatness and dispatch, aud at reasonable rates! Real Estate Agency, S CLOUD 1 1 MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private CHtry, arid long experience in Land1 Offi...

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. — 5 May 1864

I Sfte JW 0tottd§imo(mt OFFIC1A PA&gBJi&&itWK&K?T}\ I I E E I O Thursday, "May 5 1864. "Foterer /font that standard sheet.' Where t-re.athes thef»e but fulls before us, Xi'ith Freedom's soil beneath our feet. And Freedom's banner etraimmg o'er wr." E S I E 1 O S ventucky official, embracing 'the sttb jance of a previous conversation with tov. lira.ulctte aud others, gives a lear view of the policy which has gov rned him in all his ©ffieirtl acts It lso gives a furtlkr insight into the aim, honest, upright charactci of the 'resident, his conscientious convictions duty, and is another evidi uce ot that tronij, unclouded conception of facts bich makes all ho does finished and nal. There is never a need for re alling any great purpose which he has iven forth —he. does not plunge and uffet in a set* of theory —the nece^i is measured by the rule of the Con titution, and time has rjved this oursc in alb vital matters as eminently he best that could, have boon pursued. Anti-...

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