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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 10 August 1865

vm vnr THE DEMOCRAT la aubHshed at St. Stearns County, MlEtMU, evsry Thursday afternoon. Otno-I* *m O W WASBISGTON W. HfCllU littor Proprietor. TERMS a TITO DOLLARS .A YEAR, IX ADVANCE. RA1 E O A E I S I N S\ j! McCLURE, 33 A. IN* IKIIEIR,, AHD LICENSED DEALER IN Exchange, liaawl Warrants, Agrtrul twrml College Scrip, Conntjr, Town, and State Orders. 2 a a E Collections and Remittances promptly made. Taxes paid ior Non-residents. AI30, Agent for the sale of PASSAGE TICKETS to or from all the principal GEMM, ERGUSH! AND IRISH PORTS. Office on Washington avenue, one door aouth of the Central House. v7n44-tf Real Estate Agency ST.t LOUD JU.\.\ESOTA. E XTENSIVE Explorations Land in Hi this District subject to private estry, and long experience in Lan 1 Office business, Rive the undersigned peculiar advantages in the 4+ I I S on of a And location of Land Warrants. a W a I or sale at a small advance on New York I rices. Contested Pre emption cases prosecuted toforetlie Local and General L...

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 August 1865

ftfce gfc Cloud §tmm*i W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOmT" OFFICIAL FAFFS OF THE CITY^T Thursday, Aug. 10, 18G5. "Forever float that standard shctt! Where breathes the fee but falls before vs, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us UNION STATE CONVENTION. A Convention will be held at Ingersoll'a Hall in St. Jtoul on Wednesday, September 6,1866, represent ing the electors who have given an unqualified rap port tothe war for the Union, who hold to the doc trines ofthe Declaration of Independence, that "all men are created equal," and "that governments de rive theirjust power front the consent of the govern ed," and who by theirvotes placed political control in the State and Nation into the hands of the present Administration, for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the next general election, ami lor transac ting any otherbusiness that may bo deemed for the public good. The popular vote oflast fall is takon as the basis of representation—WO entitling to...

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 August 1865

.-• •^-^-^-u.l-.C. LiitaSS.-".^:". BjaicToavor M. B.CHfttOH.—Divine service every Sabbath, at 10)$ a. m., and 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting •ad Class every Thursday evening at V&. Sabbath School at UJ o'clock every Sabbath morning. DAVIB TICK, l**tir. 4W Vor. aril fclada ••II at thli OAea. •r JOB WORK 49»Tka Circulation of tfcve Democrat OOVWLB that of amy otfcor paper »*AMtala«« above St. Aatnoay FaUi l*t Ad-rartlaor* remember this. PoRMaaTKm.—Mr J. L. Wait lias been appointed Postmaster at Paynesville vice D. S. Twitohell resigned. Mr. W. is a cous in ofHon. H. C. Wait, of this city. IMPORTANT DKCISIOM—The Commission er of the General Land Office has deoided that in oases where an abandonment of a Homestead is proved, that the land, if it be on an odd section within the twenty mile limits, goes to the Railroad company. Disc—The child of Michael Nibler, -mentioned in last week's paper as having been injured by lightning at the time Zweck was killed, has since died. CHOPS.—Reports from...

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 August 1865

S I Jf BENNETT, DIALER IS STAPLE AND FANCT Dry Goods, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES CROCKRRY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, **MIRRORSV GROCERIES BEING now in receipt of my Fall and Winter Stock, which has been selected •with care, purchased at close figures and with roferfnee t£ the increasing wants of this section, 1 would most rospdutfully) fh vite purchasers to call and examine my assortment. 3fi SI30T2 In Dress Goods I hat* a floeI line, consisting'of French Merinoes, Crape du Chcnes and Anuires, Alpaccas, Paramattas, Tartan Checks, Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, &c. Ladies Cloths, Fur Victovines and Capes, Misses' Ermine Yictorines and Talmas. ^Ilosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino vests and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias, &c., &c. Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers. Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests, Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts, Gloves, Gauntlets, &c." Saxony, Fur ...

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 August 1865

ftp I HE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearn9 County, Miunesota, every Thursday afternoon. o»«o»—Ix O OFVIOS Bcruuxa, WASBINOTOX AVS.NCK. W. MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. E 3 1 S I»1P0 DOLLARS A TEAK, 1$) AVVAA'CE., ftATBS O A E I S I N I tine column, one year, One-half column, one year, ftae-foUrth column, one year, *Jne column, sis months, One-half column, six months. One-fourth column, six months, OnA square, one year, One square, six months, business cards, five lines or less, S5 per fci.mr.n: six lines, ?6 seven Lines, $7. And location of Land Wairants. $75 00 40 00 25 00 SO 00 I GOO Legal advertisements at statute rates. ['ten lines of this siaed type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tion te to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and dipitch, and at reasonable rates. T. O. MeCLURE, IB .A. IN" HZ DE DR, AND LICENSED DEALER IN a a W a a A a S a S a O a in a Instate Collections and Remittances promptl...

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 August 1865

XT' the jMgttjj jfmamt W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THJS CITY. Thursday, Aug. 17, 1865. "Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathe* theft hut fails before us, With Freedom's toil beneath our feet, And Freedom'$ banner streaming o'er us UNIO N S A S O N E N I O N A Convention will ha held at Ingersoll's Hall In 81. Paul on Wednesday, September o, 1885, represent ins the elector* who bavo given an unqualified sup port to the war for the Union, who hold to the doc trines of tho Declaration of Independence that "all Ufa aro created equal," and "that governments de rive their just power from the consent of the govern ed," and who by their votes placed political control in the State and Nation into the hands of the present Administration, for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the next general election, and for transac ting any other business that may be deemed for the public good. The popular vote of last full is taken as the basis of representation—400 entitli...

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 August 1865

)i I iir-fi'iinn,) .u. 9 PtSswai 1 Oarook-Mthw service rmiy hJbUMUH»^«aATp,m. my«rMMti«s aadClsa ever* nt«nd^«v«aUlt »&• S»bt»th Muwl At UH o'clock •T«r7BO«Mitk morntnc- JB*»*BM tive«i*tiotk oft** a I« OOOBUH of mmy «tk*f P*P»* SmWlaBmii St. AmtftoMjr. Falls SCHOOL FOND.—In the apportionment of the apeoial school fund, the amount allot ted Stearna county reaehee to-the nice lit* tie sum of $1247.40. ThB)4e largei than by any previous apportionment, FaoMOTio.—Sergeant AHen E. Hussey, of Company I, Seventh Regiment, has been breveted Seeond lieutenant. Lieut. Hus sey has served faithfully in his regiment, and certainly deserves this compliment. Stasias.—Blueberries are being brought to town in great abundance, and sell at 12} cents per quart. A few blackberries have made their appearance, end are read ier taken at 20 cental QtufcTSftLt MEETING.—The regular quarterly meeting of the Methodist Church Will be held in this piece on Saturday and Sabbath next. Preaching in the afternoon ...

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 August 1865

jffiK •__._. 1 .._„ .?.. ,. .,.....,,r *—-r——"»'.''' l^ Dry Goods, OtOTHIMC, HATS A CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, MIRRORS, GltOCSRI T)RING now in receipt or my Fall aud Winter Stock, which has been selected v.t,b care, purchased at close figures and ah reference to tue iuereasing wants of .is section, I would most respectfully iu \'t (^purchasers to call and examine my iusijrtmebt. T-£\f\ CV $ •-... 'V s» In Dress Goods- have a fine line, consisting of French Merinoes, Crape du Chenes and Amnres, .?lpaccas, ^ParanwMwj 'Itortan I -{'.hecks, I hpift Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo l: lira, Printed aud Att-Wool Delaines, &c. Ladies Cloths, Pur Viotorincs and Capos, Misses' Ermine Victovines and Talmas.. hosiery a'nd Gloves, Ladies' Merino "Vests and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias, ii,'., &c. Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers. Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests, i'.idershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy VTDOI Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts, love's, Gauntle...

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 August 1865

& THE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ofnox—In POST OrFIC» BimttHO, WigmiraToa AVKIPX. W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. E S I 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 months, 1800 One square, one year, 10 00 One square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, fire lines or lees, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. {Ten lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will he .charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] O W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and dupntch, and at reasonable rates. T. C. MoCLU AITKER, AHD LICENSED DEALEB IN Exchange, Land Warrants, Agricul tural College Scrip, County, Town, and State Orders. A a in JG»tttte. Collections and Rem...

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 August 1865

W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK ClfT. Thursday, Aug. 24, 1865. HONOR AND ADMIRATION. Some of our coteinporarics, in dis cussing the question of State nomina tions, think the returning soldiers are entitled to the "honor and admiration" of the people, but not to the offices in their gift. "Honor and admiration" are cheap commodities, and very poor pay. They are exceedingly like the "sympathy" tendered by the Demo- cratic party last fall, and the "care, protection, regard and kindness" prom ised in case that party should come in- to power. W don't believe the sol diers care very much for these out gushings of tenderness and admiration, and we base our belief on the way they voted last fall. Now, we wish it distinctly under stood that we are not "bidding*' for soldier's votes, any more than we want to give them an opportunity of voting for themselves. We believe the Union party to be pledged in honor, and by word and deed, to bestow their nomina tions, in all practical ca...

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 August 1865

1 O A I IsTBTWS ItnaoNBT or M. 1. Conies.—Dirins •arvfee every Babbath,atlOa._., wd 7p.*. fteywMes*ls« andCUas •terjr Thursday even_« Sabbath School at U£tfclockevery Sabbath morning DAVH TIOB, Pastor. «SP•*«* fell kladi of JOB WOJUt taU at to OJUt. 49»T_e Cl««l»«toA of t_e Democrat Is DOVBiac that at am* at-cr paper pvMlefeed above ftt. Aatnoajr Fall Lmt AdweittaCve remember lata. NOTIOB.—*own Clerks will take notice that we have juat printed a fresh supply of Dog Lloeases. Also, Summons and Sob pa DM for the use of Justloes of tie Pesoe. Orders from the country promptly filled. PIC-NIC—The children of the Sabbath schools had a pic-nic yesterday in the grove, near the month of the ravine. The day was favorable, and the little folks had a Tory pleasant time. a HAIL SToan.—A nail stent visited the district of country between Cold Spring and Richmond last week, doing serious damage. Corn was eat down, as was oth er grain, chickens were killed, and other like injuries done. a RKTCBXKD....

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 August 1865

(J li OOOBUI ttWt OS? «ay «ttMMP fttMlfcH abate it tolfcWf *aJle met a^VMttoOsarctnemBertmts, 1 •,» Newoa.--TeWa Ctorkt,w»'Jam* active thatv/ohavejutoprtotedefreehoeppty eC Pit UMUM. AIM, suuMit sab. MMMteik tut of J«**tt of tU PMM. S S from UM otuatrypaemnmy tttod. PlO-Nl0.«™*TBe (HMNI tC the •oaoolanadapto-afeyestero^to the grove, MM tkeatotk thi ATIM. I W forcrehto, aad^aat Bttto tolkt bed a VOT pleasant titM. Ik* Bail BroB*^^ baft district bet nad Btobsassri Iset week, _.. dunn. Corn WM oat feew.es was eth or grata, chtokeae were k&tod, sad other lixelnjurimdono. OoM Sprlag RITUMED.—Oapt J. B. West, Ideal A. B. Huttey,Joha Breeder, Biwto Bart, and other members of Company I. Savsata Baajuneai, and A. C. Gbwdy, of the Seeoad Battery, hove retoraod homo. Moot of them aro looking well, Glad to too yon beck, «beysln i, a ftta RATina.—The tote ratal have wash ed the ravine very badly, especially oa the touto ride, where they have formed a chasm, which it mode deeper and longer by...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 24 August 1865

IJJA..UIHU^ TSSSSSSSBB ..uwmwcq iff t° FABMBB :—I have read) bo various accounts as pqb T«4uabla papfr, of Sheep jfeVy1fleeees'tlifsseason, but ao where an account of a *vy in proportion to cfr 'n, I have concluded to \JX.J*™a*i 8l »ort legged and 'sheep, but woolled well MR face, which is nice lUlirfiring, seventy eight ted twenty pouuds ng been well and earing, sometime, up in the fleece. 1 5. PISHBACK! t. It! *B 0 °»8 MK Of the fO. —Take of beef- rychnia, four fsteafc, or -*«tit 9 a sharp pen on into each 1 made, insert quantity of lount to five .edicated "tit ^ILS strychnia jwn to meddle "*1 iTjTi Tr/T.sturbthe slura UAH.V, W luscle clover for TMJT*"*—^* mere i. To eat, and drink, xposed to darkness and around in the mill orf hab- he day been from the dawn, 'ercd was the sky like scarfs of cobweb lawn, en's most glorious-eye more strength than this it blejr,, the next to kiss —At grew. Drayton. rule -dandy said, to a •'Don't you think Miss To which ey may be coming, ed." .t a ne...

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 August 1865

5s3P&* THE DEMOCRAT In published at St. Cloud, Steams County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Otnoa—In POST Omoi Btnuuno, WABHIICOION AVIHOl. W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. 1 I .. S TWO DOLLARS A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. HATE S O ADVERTISING 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, 30 00 One-fourth column, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, 10 00 One square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, five lines or less, $ 5 per annum six lines, $ 6 seven 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 Of all kinds executed with neatness and dupntoh, and at reasonable rates. •e T. O. McCLURE. A.2STKHR, AND LICENSED DEALER IN Bxcfcange, a Warrant*, Agricul tura College gcrlp County, a State Orders. Doule In a Estate Collections ...

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 August 1865

\t Stt ffit0tt« gftiwmt "Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the foe but fall* btforeus With Freedom'* toil beneath our feet, And Freedom'i banner streaming o'reus! ANOTHER WAIL. The great shriek sent forth by the"our late Democratic State Convention seem ed, from its intensity, to be the last "that would probably come from any member of that body Bat Mr. Bris bin, the Chairman, seems to possess ul aaost feline tenacity to life, and wails out in behalf of the adjourned Conven tion, begging somebotly to come. .thinks "there will be no excuse for a thin Convention/' as harvest will then be over. The platform suggests itself to his vision as suited to the views ot all "conservative citizens," regardless of their connection with the copperhead organization. An Mr. Brisbin's Convention is ap .pointed only one day later than the meeting of the Union Convention, it is to be hoped a dozen or so of our dele gates will remain ovei and drop into Mr. B.'s gathering in order to giv...

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. — 31 August 1865

A I ^IJilW S imiOTOM ^.\M. CHOBCH.—DWino lerrice eyory Lteth, at t*SU- p. m. Prayer Meeting pCtaas eTe^riwnkUy eTentag at 7J£. 8abbatb hool at HX o'clock every Sabbath morning. DAVID TICK, V***r. Por all kiwis a\t OSSco. •r JOB wonK •TIM Clvcvlatloa ortK« Democrat taat of amy other paper tbov* St. Aathoay Falls •re remember tikis. —A caucus of the Union Acre of St. Cloud will bo held at the Ever '. 8eaool-hoaso, on Friday evening next, "September let, 1865, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of choosing five delegates to attend the Union County Convention to be '•Sad on the 4th of the same month. A full attendance is requested. PKR OKDZROr COMMITTOR. ft St. Cloud, Aug. 80th, 1865, •ii Lxcruax.—Prof. Brooks, of Hamlin University, will lecture on Saturday eve., iJF^tember 2d, at the M. E. Church, at 8 clock. Subject, ''Popular Superstitions." Admission 25 cents. —, I Prof. Brooks will preach at the same place on Sabbath. BUFFALO KILLED.—A buffalo was killed on the St. Cloud prairie this fo...

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 August 1865

S5?S J.K. BE^NfiTT, BKAUtt 1M STAPH AMVPAMOf Dry Gpods, CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, MIRRORS, GliOCIRlKS, &c BhWinterpurchased EING now in receipt of my Fall and Stock, which has been selected wit care, at close figures and with reference to the increasing wants of this section, I would most respectfully in vite purchasers to call and examine my assortment. In Dress Goods I have a fine line, consisting of French Merinoes, Crape du Chenes and Amures, Alpaecas, Paramattas, Tartan Checks, Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo hairs, Printed and All-Wool Delaines, &c. Ladies Cloths, Pur Victorincs and Capes, Misses' Ermine Victorines and Talmas. Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, Wool Hoods,~ Nubias, &c, &o. Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers. Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests, Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts, Gloves, Gauntlets, &c. Saxony, Fur and Cloth ...

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 September 1865

•i 44 *r- & I I VOL VIII. THE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Steams County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Oraicx—Is Pott Ornct Bmunra, WA»BWOTOM AVSSVK. W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. TKKM8 TWO DOLLAltS A TSAR, IN ADVANCR. RATE S O ADVERTISING I One column, one year, One-half column, one year, One-fourth column, one year, One column, six months, One-half column, six months. One-fourth column, six months, One square, one year. One square, six months, business cards, five lines or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7, Attention paid to $75 00 40 00 25 00 45 00 30 00 18 00 10 00 600 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 •olid.] O S W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and dijpn tch, and at reasonable rates. T. C. MoCLURE. .A. IN" IK E IR,, AHD LICENSED DEALEB IN S a a Lan Warrants Agricul tura College Scrip, County, a State 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. — 7 September 1865

Masxeseaaaasi I 1 the tftottd ^ftnumt W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. Thursday, Sept 7, 1865. "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're us! UNION DISTRICT TICKET. 8 Senatorial District. For Senator, JAMES M. McKELVY. For-Representatives, N. RICHARDSON, S. M. BRUCE, J. R. CAREY. UNION COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, GEORGE HANSEN, For Register of Deeds, ALLEN E. HUSSEY, For Sheriff, M. MICKLEY. For Surveyor, 0. E. GARRISON. For Judge of Probate, For County Attorney, JA3. II, McKELYY. For Co. Commissioner, IstDist. H. J. FOWLER. UNION TICKET The Union Convention which was held at St. Cloud on the 4th inst., have olaced in nomination a ticket to which no Union man can take exception. It is made up of good staunch men irrespec tive of politics, and should receive the support of every man who appreciates the endeavors of the defenders of our liberties. The maj...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 7 September 1865

'-'I •I DiRicrosTor M. B.CUUKCH.—DITIDO service every ••kkftth, at 1«X mui we 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting M« Claw every Th«nd»v evening at \%. Sabbath School at 11)$ o'clock every Sabbath morning. a DAVID TICK, Rutnr. txtMU «T JOB WORK 49-The Circulation of the Democrat OOt'BLK that of any other paper published above St. Anthony Fall A JiCt Advert leers remember this. f*U „£_ .0 Baioc.» CONTRACT—The proposals for building the bridge across the ravine were opened by the Supervisors on Saturday 1 ast and the contract awarded to Gorton & f^gray. al §700. The bridge is to be 183 a -feet long, and 24 wide the travel of the bridge is to be 6 inches above the street as now traveled. It is to be constructed with fire sections, all underpinned with stone. The carriage pass is to be planked with three-inch plank, and the side-walk with two-inch plank, all well spoked. The rail ing is to be thTee feci anda half high from joist, and braced from the outside. They bra-to/da *U the woik except fill...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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