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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 1 February 1866

"^•W»fci— III I II H. HCEPNER jutt juet received and Will sell cheap, O-BOOBBIBS, ®M consisting of S O A S Of all qualities. 1 MOLASSES, Sugar-bouseradgolden syrup. CO Ff ES Sit sod Java, '. E A S I Greta and black. S A Cearse and fine. MACKEREL AND HERRING, Tka ak»at in the market. ::CAKKEI) ^RUIT. tea, Raspberries, Pius e^Tematto, &o. WOODEN WARE. tubs, Paila, Breoms, Churns, Butter-bowls, Wash-boards, Clothespins, ,&o. COD FISH. WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, SPICES, CONFECTIONERY, LOBSTERS, ?ir OYSTCftSv SARDINES, :,,- .... .-iP.WWB8t :.,-•:.• .,-., RAISINS, CURRANTS, CHOCJLATE, ,er%~%zJ 5 1 1 I HG fiEOAL, Tmnk Manufactory. 8 »I /.. TRAVELING BAGS. Ha makes also every kind of rv,' M'- Al^l*^^.^*"---9?*hich is always on hand. MILITARY SADDLERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE, WHIPS, agent for ,23! We would call the attention of "the citizens of 8 Clotid and vicinity to our stock of Fall and Winter Goods, purchased before the late advance, enabling ns to maintain our reputation of being \$&...

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 February 1866

._ST3JB3ES£^SEr 3 l*1^ I ft -i* I VOL VIII. THE DEMOCRAT la published at St. Cloud. Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Omcs In Post OFFICE BUILDING, \TASHIXOTOK AVBNUK. W. MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. E rnro DOLLARS A TEAR. IN ADVANCE. S O A E I S I N )ne column, one year, $75 00 On*-half column, cne year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, six months, 45 00 One-half column, six months. 80 00 O.ie-fourth oolumn, six months, 18 00 t*nc square, one y» ar, 10 00 Oue square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, five lines or less, S5 per •MW..U six lines, $6 seven lines, §7. L»-gal advertisements at statute rates. en-lines of this sized type constitute a •quae, and cards will be charged propor tion te to the space they occupy in brevier solid] O IS W O Qfell kinds executed with neatness and di-p tch, and at reasonable rates. ft- S. B. PINNEV, l'KALKK IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND HEAL ESTATE, Oppvtite the. S. Land OJice, ST. CLOUD, MiNN\ H...

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 February 1866

aawttuasa Ift* jft. gtottg geroocrat. W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CtTT. Thursday, Feb, 8, 1866. DOUBL E SHEET RBPOUT OF TH E MONTANA MITTEK. to the Mmarabb Secretory of War for the Extension of the Military District now commanded by Major General Corse, U.S. A^ and for the protection of a Mail and Emigrant Routefom Minnesota to Montana and Ha/to. ST. CIOVP, MIXNBSOTA, February 3d, I860. 3b the Honorable Secretary of War. Sit:—In view of the emigration now ready to •tart from this State for the gold Helta of Molilalia and Idaho next Spring, and for the purpose of ob taining protection for both the person and the prop* •rty of the emigrant while on the way, the under signed, your petitioners, have been empowered ly several mass meetings recently held at this place to make the following exhibit of facts, and request: First, that the Military District now commanded by Major General Corse, and which embraces the State of Minnesota und only apart ot the intermediate coun...

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. — 8 February 1866

JSW {»r*. «#T ft 4 riOOAJl» IsTETWS 4 9 ClrecslsUtesi at O O tmxmt a a a Mt. A a a .jet A re is Wo would respect/My request all business men and others wishing ^iny kind of Job Prlltllg to call and examine our at- tentive stock of yew Material, just received from the east, before tending to St. Paul orgo- 'ng eleewhere. Our Job Office it now one of the but in the State, and, we do work which we will guarantee to be eatiejactoiy, at St* Fail prices. NOTICB.—The next regular "Reception" will beat the residence of Mr. Charles Tay lor, on next Monday evening. LEU BROKEN.—On Monday while a young man named Moses Oatrom was catting down trees, one lodged and fell on his right leg, breaking it near the ankle. His injuries were dressed by Dr. Senkler. DISCHARGED W. Stimpson, of Sauk Centre notoriety, has been discharged from custody on a writ of habeas corput issued by Judge Vanderburg. FROZKK.—A drunken half-breed was picked up on the east side of the Missis sippi on Tuesday afternoon, with...

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. — 8 February 1866

UROCERIES! H, HCEPNER Has just just received and will sell obeap, a full stock of GBOOEBIES, consisting of S A S Of all qualities. O A S S E S Sugar-house and golden syrup. O E S Rio and Java. E A S Green and black. S A Coarse and- fine. MACKEREL AND HERRING, The nicest in the market. CANNED FRUIT. Peaches, Blackberries*, Raspberries, Pine Apple, Tomatto, &c. WOODEN WARE. Tuba, Pails, Breoms, Churns, Butter-bowls, Wash-boards, Clothes-pins, &c. COD FISH. WHITE FISH,' KEROSENE-OIL, 8PICES, CONFECTIONERY, LOBSTERS, OYSTERS. .-*?,. SARDINES, PRUNES, RAISINS, CURRANTS. CHOCJLATE, FIGS, NUTS, WORCESTERSHIRE & CLUB SAUCE, Pickles, Catsup, Cracksrs, Soda, Starch Hops, Soap, Candles. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, Shot, Powder, Caps, ope, &c. The choicest brands ol Whiskies, Wines and Brand es, at wholesale and retail. Motto-^ulck Sales and Small Profits. HENRY H03PNER. St. Germame street, next door to Burbank & Co.'a v7n47-tt FRE310NT MILLS Flour, Feed and Grocery...

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. — 15 February 1866

1 'T" THE DEMOCRAT Is published at 8t. Cloud, Stearns County, Mlnaaoeta, Thursday afternoon. IltaiOmoi Buiuixo, Wwamevon Avssvs. mmlWt ^MpPTOt^p, rat«, IN ADVANCE. n\TmU O ADVERTISING I $7600 40 00 26 00 45 00 80 00 18 00 10 00 600 eeMaft*. an* year, One-half catenae, eae year, One-fourth column, one year, *ne c^uaea, tip months, One-fourth ODlumn, six mouths, 4*ae square, one year, Nne square, .fix months, Business) cards, five lines or less, 5 per annum rixliaes, $ 6 seven lines* $7. Legal Advertisements at statute rates. ['I en lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tion- t« to the space they occupy in brevier coiid.] O O W O ^•f all kinds executed with neatness and diip tch, and at reasonable rates. B. a EINNEY, OKALBft FOREIGN I DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,nor:h A fA«l REAL: ESTATE, OppotiUtK* S. Land Ojttt, ST. CLOUD, MINN. a W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCRIP, AidleTOlitlonarj Boontj Land Scrip For tale CHXAFKK than they can be purchas ed west of N...

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. — 15 February 1866

m-\ W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR- OFFICIAL PAPER OF TOE CITft| Thursday, Feb. 15, i8$6. DOUBLE SHEET. O A O S I O It may be an item ot interest to our bit heat.to know.'hat English capitalists who erjF largely interested in Jthe Hudson Bay Company's possessions, and the .Graud TiS^Tailw»y."tnrongh Canada, hav^neav }j Completed turrangpnieiits for building -fStJfiiad to Lake Superior connecting with the StrPadl 6 Pacific Road at St: Cloud or Crow- Wing. The above is derived from good authority, slid the prospect will doubt Jess be carried out. The advantage of such road to Minneapolis and th? country above us, can hardly be overestimated— Pioneer. ••'.' •. We certainly hope thai thei_ above state ment concerning the early building of a road from this place to Lake Superior may prove to be correct. Sijch a line would bring St. Cloud as near New York as is Chicago, thus affording the greatest.advan tages in the way of shipping produce and stock, and of loir freights for return goods. Nothing...

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. — 15 February 1866

49Tlk« Clrcmlstttosi or tike Otmwrat DOUBUB that of any other paper |mt»llalM4 rnbOT* St. Anthony Poll ^«t Adv«rtl««r« remember tUU. ngg»g»ai»^oBai"»OM»»M»»»»^*»»a^^^»* We, would respectfully request all business nun and other* wishing jany kind of Job Prf •ting, *9 catf anrf examine our te—h* stock of Xno Materialist repetved the eat, before tending to St. Paul orgo- ng elsewhere. Our Job Office it now ©n« of the beet in the Staff, and we do work-which «M will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. fail prices. nosBTTniAN.—Pastor, Rer. K. V. Ounpb«ll. Ser vices etery Sabbath morning at 10»$ o'clock. Xraning at 7. Sunday School after morning service. bill far establishing two additional Normal Schools—one at Mankato and one at St. Cloud—passed the House on the 8th. DIOK LBTTBRS.—The fact is not gener ally known that under the' present' post office law the postage on drop letters is*but •n« cent, instead of two, as formerly. A THSH.—Judge Gregory taw trespasserson sailro id land is aft...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 15 February 1866

k\ SRauurSSK |L fiySMONT MILLS flour, Feed and Grocery STOli The undersigned has, at his new store on Washington aveano, nest door to West's Fancy Goods Store, A THE BEST STOCK OF I^LOTJBi AND^ 0ROCEEIES to be found in the market. WHITE WINTER^ ft XX SPRING WHEAT FLOtJR. RYE, CORN MEAL* BRAN, SfiORTS, GROUND FUED^ CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &o. O O E I S SUGARS, TEAS, MOLASSES, N SALT*: .»%,. mCKERAL* CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE*, 7 *"i I OOBTISH, WHITE FISH, Washington «Tt*ae, one door north of Howard's Meat Market, 8T. CLOUD, MINN. ^JOSEPH GOYETTE, §J HAVINGof just,opened a new and fresh stock Oysters, Fruits, Confection ery and Fancy Groceries, consisting in part of FRESH OYSTERS, T~ "lyt COVE OYSTERS, CLAMS & LOBSTERS, APPLES, CANDIES CANNED FRUITS—of all kind* JELLIES, SUGAR TOYS—for preeenU, FIGS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, wj* 1 'fn^m^jiirHnvTWiBHIHWi KEROSENE OIL, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, Confectionery, Catsup,, Candles, Soap, Soda, Starch,'" Tobaeco—all kinds, Cigars Shot, Drie...

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. — 22 February 1866

iWh 1 jf" 1 !. •H 1 '. \m\- tin VOL VIIL THE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ottncs tit ton Ormi Buuwao, VTIMISQTOS Avcxos. W. 1 MITCHELL, Editor & Proprietor. 8 TWO^DOLLARS A r*ua, IN ADVANCE. A S O A E I S I N 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, fire lines or less, $5 per %anir« six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rstes. en lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tion te to the space they occupy in brevier •olid.] O W O Of all kinds executed with neatness and di^p itch, and at reasonable rates. S PINNEY *B-A/UST IK IEJ :K, DBALIK 111 FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Oppotiu the U. S. Land Office, •T. CLOUD. MINN...

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. — 22 February 1866

•^Sfci^ru*""*" Mfte Clow, democrat W. HU MITCHELL EDITOR OFFICIAL 1'AFER OF THE CITY. Thursday, Feb. 22, 1866. DOUBL E SHEET VE*OW.—II is with great regret that we announce the vetoing of the FreedmanN Bureau Bill by President Johnson. In the 8enate it failed to be carried over his veto. THE printing question, which has been a bone of contention in tl Legislature al most from the first day of its meeting, has been decided at last ii» favor of letting the work to thejowest bidder. This is consid ered as adverse to the /Yea*, and is what the Piontsr has been laboring for. Tut same snow-storm which played smash with our railroads also laid embargo upon travel in others of thjg western grates. In Illinois, for instance, the storm com menced on Tuesday evening and lasted un til Thursday. On some of the roads were snow drifts two miles long and from six to eight feet deep. Trains on none of the lines runuing to and from Chicago made any trips until Friday, though the most strenuous exerti...

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. — 22 February 1866

»....! 1 -vf .#! •*v '-. Ym E^^iiiSlpwis 3 3 2 O O I U»at of .titer p«p«r 4 A A a my Pall a IFs »OMW reepectfully reauett all butinete men and other* wishing any kind of JwS Printing to cott OJK/ etamiHe our ex- tensive stock of New Material, fust received tromtk* east, before tending to St. Paul or go- 'ng ehcwhere. Our Job Office is nbHii one of the but in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be tatiefactory, at St flM pricw. PuunnuK.—Pustur, RST. X. V. Campbell. Ser vices vary Sabbath morning at 10)4 u'clock. Kvsntag at 7. Sunday School afttr morning service. S OVT—Col. T. H. Barrett was honorably mustered out of service, at Browns villa, Texas, on too 1st inst. Ho intended coming north by the first steamer. We are indebted to him for a file, to Feb. 1st, of the Daily Ranchero, published at H. Mat amoras, Mexico. It still continues excited over the capture of Bagdad. a A DENIAL.—Capt. Crosman, comman dant at Fort Ripley, informs us that the statements of a corresp...

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. — 22 February 1866

N **. .-\.r.*r_».:- ii FREMON* MILLS Moor, Feed and Grocery STORE! Tht undersigned has, nt his hew store OB Washington avenue, next door to Wcut's Fancy Good. Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIES to be found in the market. WHITE WINTER, XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, GROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. O O E I E S SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, SALT, MACKEBAL, _. CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, 8PICES. RAISING CRACKERS, Confectionery, Catsup, Candles. Soap, Soda, Starch, Tobacco—all kinds, Cigars Shot, Dried and A Which will be sold as low as they can be found in the city. D. A. BURR. WOOD YARD. I h»ve also opened, in connection with my. Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a argo quantity of GOOD BARD WOOD will at all times be kept on band for sale, and will be delivered to order if desired. All goods purchase-1 at my store will be Delivered Fiee of Charge n-ntry part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH...

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 March 1866

Sk MlWn#:Uti«hVutb»)liilMit4 rf mouim 3 VO tfltt THE DEMOCRAT la published 84. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. In Pom Ornes Sananra, Wunmnli a Avsmm W. MITCIEU, Editor A PrOprieter. TBMMH •WOiDOLLARS A TEAM. LW ADVANCE. ltATntS ©W ADVBRTIUnCtl $76 00 4000 25 00 45 00 80 00 18 00 10 00 600 tint column, on« year, One-half column, one year, One-fourth column, one year, One column, six months, One-fourth column, six months, •no square, ono year, On* square, six months, Business cards, fits linos or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. -{'•on lines of this sited type constitute a ajqunre, and cards will be ohsrged propor tion-its to the space they occupy in brevier •olid.} JT O O I all hinds executed with neatness and dispatch, and at reasonable rates. I S. B. PINNEY, A N E HEIR, DXAUULM FOREIGN ft D01ESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Opfoeit* the U. 8. Land Office, •T. CLOUD, MINN. X^nncl W a a AGRICULTURAL C...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 1 March 1866

APT. FISK'S KXPKJD1TION, Dropping the hesitancy which first mark ed his discussion of the expedition for Montana the coming spring, Capt. Fisk now announces, wliat he ahoulcT have an nounced from the first, that he will start from Si. CLOUD. We find his advertise ments in the papers throughout the south ern part of the State, fad he' has issued large posters from St. Paul ani scattered them east and west. The Captain knows as well as anybody that this affords the best starting place and the best route that can be found. His former trips have given him an acquaintance with the country which will prove of great servico in con nection with an ejpedition-to the rich gold fields of the new Territory. The expedition this year must be a large one. St. Cloud itself will furnish a Very considerable number of teams, as a half dosen or more of our business men will en gage in the transportation business, fitting out and starting their teams from this place. There will also be quite a party of ...

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 March 1866

*ocS-Ax.f-iarHifWa 4SrTM« ClrewlsUlom of Use Democrat la 0OUBLB tltat Of mmy otber paper' pabllsfced St. Amtfcony Fall g|t Adrartlajrs gggtftajifg tnta. .. Wo would reapectfiitly reouert awtneM men and other* wishing any kind of Job Printing, to call and examine our «c* •tentivt ttock of New Material, just received tram (A* «u(, before tending to St. Paul orgo- *ng ehcwhere. Our Job Office it now one of the beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be eatisfactory,at St. Paul prices. P*aa*rmax3t.—Pastor, Rev. B. V. Campbell. a«r »kss every Sabbath morniug a 110}$ o'clock. Ereoiog at 7. Sunday School after morning service. —On the first'page will be found some interesting items from Montana also orig inal contributions, poetical Mud otherwise. a —Senator Ramsey has placed us under many obligations o» late for desirable pub lic documents. —We learn that Judge Hamlin expects to be again in St. Cloud in a few days. He is not greatly attached to Texas. —Upon informatio...

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 March 1866

flour, *k FRmsr Mitts vm an a Grocery Fancy Goods Store, TH E BEST-STiftKltt #B FLOUR AND GROCERIES to bcfbuad in the market. WHITE WINTER, & XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, GROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. •GLiSSa STXHVS— O E I E S SUGARS, Kf h'00 COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, SALT, MACKERAL. ..,.,.. CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISH, 8 I KEROSENE OIL, SPICES, RAISINS. RESTAURANT And Confectionery. W a a O or at a at a ST. CLOUD, MINN. JOSEPH GDYETTE, HAYINGof just opened a new and fresh stock Oysters, Fruits, Confection ery and Fancy Groceries, consisting in part of ..••'•. '•-'.- .*• FRESH OYSTERS, TOBACCO, COVE OYSTERS, CLAMS & LOBSTERS, f** CANDIES. CANNED FRUITS—of all kind* JELLIES, SUGAR TOYS—^forpresent .•BaW Jaw FIGS, APPLES, CIGARS, Ac., Ac. would invitethe public to call. .... .. _.., CRACKERS, Confectionery, Catsup, Candles. Soap, Soda, Starch, Tobacco—alt kinds, Cigars Shot, 8 S 3 O:: III^OIIA 3 A Which will be sold as...

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. — 1 March 1866

(f -4 I BT B. B. MOWNELl. Nothln but roqktu nn* rullin Anil pitchin, from the vory fast— Flint wan side, rtum it and then tuttier? _^TiU line aojtfotl ef I no wot to.au— I u'Ui a baby w*n I got iutor you! Nont on em safems to keerOJ4 cento I How bad a tellor way fiHil, Nur to Ulk toliim—not oveu the saler Foolin away bis timo ou a Wheel. Tiiar's tbo capting! nint it proroVin To sea that critter, all throw tho trip, C»i»tinKxiUydriukiinvudsmo|tin, 9 Won ho 01 tor bo a uiindiu on his ship. It's ennf to asservait a body, Ami if aint umotxTK, I think, To set ilnr t.ikiadiwu bis todi'y, And «H/vyrasUa ntry«p»rains*r to drink And h^piM^rrailnekeersfur It f.i 11 inn- a time wrfli his pals. I »u. iu *tsjh apnuer*! jfst heer him Km' t.ii a.-hl oarrinbhamong the gals! Aocfw&nSM9UH0S that, wot follara In his illlecabblns thar he sots Like a stwlor amoiis berrils o' dollers— Euuf *5 fcayV l&m»P» dots: That's all they keers for parsiogers, Is. to Kit the two-hnnUer 'N-nfty-dolors ont oti...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 1 March 1866

1 "•o?. Tln!th in their civil righto end fur of Ui«i# vto*ceti«U. fe*- (llmbis? Tne toutoeHaaeeua .iiiwaJpim^ «?nw^* on the 2d, a resolution w*i ordered printed,'inetrnoHnf e*pedlewey b*pl»ingulBw el Contention1^ to consider the Constitution. The bill ng lands to rid in the con- Atlent^ end Pneino Bui ld, Missouri,being the eust& the rood to be completed1 by 1'The concurrent resolution hern Congressmen until Co* declared their 8iites eirii itation, was passed by a veto nong the nays being Lane of i, Dixon, Doolittle, Morgan, a, Stewart, and Tain Winkle. ate on the*resolution Garrett I'that the President ought jognise tie opposition'mens uthern claimants as the ma-* nate. I on the 2d, the Committee .ridges reported a bill for the a ship canal around' the a. It was read twice and A. petition was received from izens of Georgia, asking for Trage. e, on the 5th, Mr. "Wilson it resolutions, which were I 1 Reconstruction Committee, any'one of the rebel States 1 to resume complete pract...

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. — 15 March 1866

iii V- !I published at' St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orrwa IN Ponr'Omoi BDIIBINO, WAIHWQTON AVSOTK. W. cVMITCHELL, Editor Proprietor. TERM *W^DOLLARS A TEA*,. IN. ADVANCE. RATES) OF ADVERTISING I One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, cne year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, air months, 45 00 One-hatf column, six months, 30 09 One-fourth column, six months/. 18 00 One square, one y«ar, 10 00 One square, six months, 6 00 Btsiness cards,fivelines or lees, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. en lines of thin sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tion"te to the space they occupy in brevier ••lid] •T W O *f all kinds executed with* neatness and di ten, and at reasonable rates. SIB. PINNEY, DIALER IK FOREIGN 6 DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Opposite tht U. S. Land Office, •T. CLOUD, MINN. r*axxcl W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCRIP, And Bevolutlonai B...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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