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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 15 March 1866

••Jf-v- Muessiigas! W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR OFFICIAL PAPER OF tBX CITY. Thursday, March 15, 1866. DOUBLE- SHEET. JrOftTHKRN PACIFIC RAILROAD. Wo would call partiimlar attention to an article on tho first page clipped from the Chicago Tribune, It gives positive assu rance that the Northe.u Pnoifio Railroad Company is moving decidedly and practic ally in the matter of opening communica tion with the Pacific coast. A "line of stage and express teams" will be put on during the coming sea "on, in advance of the actual building of the line while it is stated that a line will be built two hundred and eighty miles from St. Gloud, Minnesota, by ichich railway communication will be opened to Fort Clark. This is very important to the whole country, and in a very great de gree to St. Cloud. LETTERS FROM* SENATOR RAMSEY. Opening of the Route to Montana. O S S O E S A I S E of a a in a a a a The following letters from Hon. Alex. Ramsey, in 1 eply to letters and memorial from a committee of our cit...

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 March 1866

O «5* I —ft nsriErws 49" Th Circulation of tl»o Democrat 1* O O I that of a other paper published above St A Vall a **t Advertisers remember this ffr^jt We would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind of in in to call and examine our ex- tensive stock of Ifeio Material, Just received fro» the east, before sending to St. Foul orgo 'ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in tht State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St* FMl prices. FmssBTTMUAN.—Pastor, Rev. K. V. Campbell. Ser vice* every Sabbath morninga* 10}$ o'clock. Evening at T. Sunday School after morning service. HIT. S. Q. WARDLAW, of Minneapolis, arrived in town last evening from Sauk Centre. BishopWhipplo being obliged by illness in his family to suspend his visitations, Rev. Mr. W. was commissioned tohold ser vices according to the list of appointments already made. We understand that he started for Little Falls and Crow Wing this morning, with Rev. Mr. C...

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. — 15 March 1866

JH TBBMO^t MILLS oa .*. v.• '•. /»_.:• .:.• flour, Fee* and Grocery STORE! Tht undersigned has, at his new store on Washington avenue, next door to West's Fancy Goods Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIES to be found in the market. WHITE WINTER, X&XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, GROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. O E I E S SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, SAL1\ MACKER AL, CANNED FRUIT,* WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, SPICES. RAISINS. 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 (he city. D. A. BURR. WOOD YARD. I have also opened, in connection with my Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a arge quantity of GOOD HARD WOOD will at all times be kept on hand for sale, and will be delivered to order if desired. AH goods purchased at my store will be Delivered Free of Charge In any part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRIC...

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 March 1866

S5B MrlOUJIM 3HT gal a published at StJGloud, Stearns County, Minnesotai BTery: Thursday «fterriodn.v'7 W.IIllITCeiH/, Editor *4»r(rprl^r. TKKM FOREIGN DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, —aiSO— vL«!ao3 %':Qt •»-^n .wuvaa .\ .YA«VWO Wior/^v ^wv\. One-half column, ^»^jt»r, 40 00 One-fourth column,'1 one year, One column, six months, One-half^ujniVeifemajiths,^ One-fourth column, six months, One square, one year, One.square, six months. O Opposite the U^ S. Land OJk*, ST.^CLOUD, 5 a in a Estate Collections and Remittances promptly made. faxes pad for Ron-residents. Also, Agent for the sale of PASSAGE TICKETS to or from all the principal 6ERhUN, ENGLISH AND IRISH PORTS. Office on Washington avenue, one door south of the Central House. v7n44-tf State Savings Association or Minneapolis, Minn. Oapital, THE Yv8n29-ly v.Qt» ¥fltoH»a .o :!THa a A a I 25 00 45 00 30 00 18 00 1O00 6 00 Legal advertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of ihis sized type constitute a squnre, and cards will be charged propor tio...

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 March 1866

gmomu W. B. "MITCHELL, SDI4NUl£ OFFICIAL PAPER or TUX arr. Thursday, itlarch 2!), I860. DOUBL E SHEfrT ijBgjI Xn A I I O N A L.VND 6 N Mr. R. F. Drake, President of the Minnesota Valley "Railroad Company, dis covers'recently that under the pre-emp tien'act of 1841, Minnesota is entitled to 500-000 acres of Und which she has not yet received. Mr. D. writes from Wash ington that the Commissioner of the Gen eral Land ^Office recognizes the claim as valid, 'this land ia specially appropriated for "internal improvements," named as "roads, railways, bridges, canals, and im provements of water courses, and drain ing-of swamps.'' Fiaa IN MINNEAPOLIS.—On 8aturdry •night, a destructive fire swept off an entire block'fronting en -Bridge street, east side. .Nothing could *U|y "the flames, which spread before a strong wind, and in the morning four streets incloseu* ft -square of •mouldering suins. Forty^buildings and a 11rge amount of stook were destroyed. The doss is estimated at over $100,000—...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 22 March 1866

4 Fr I nr "-•"•TiWiS."»:*4»i «rTI» CtM»l»tl*» ,©'«»»• q«*»*cr» ta 06pBLPC •thPr.p»*?r smriUstafceel TO *ftu7*N**0i% «f»«f allout in** and orttrt' wuAt'ty *mrf 0/ FrlltlHf, UcaUaud examine our frvmth* eaetjb'efore sending to St. Paulbtg* *np elsewhere. Our Job Office ie M* SM ike bmt the State, and we do '-work wkiek «M antt guarantee to be satisfactory, «gj St. Fttl prices. frjgj' I ill 11t.-thutor, Kw. K. V, 8er ris* «V«ry Sabbath morning at 1 0^ o'clock. A a« atT, Sunday 84hool after murning servlca. SJSs* Cards end wl-hands: this office in the neatest style, and at Paul prices. ., ,^''' —The loads are in Sleighing is poof, and —The Hutchinson Family write that they will ling in St. Cloud this spring. On* merchant a are marking downtheir dry good toconform to the rip idly-falling Biariceis east. 1 Now is the time to buy. —The river is. still firm—teams crossing and re-crossing without any danger or difficulty. --The father of Capt. Fields passed through town on Tuesday, having fai...

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 March 1866

•Ljfc* «MILI© TO Hour, Feed and Grocery The undersigned has, at his new store on Washington avenue, next.door to.Weal's Fancy Goods Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIES el ad laift :..::.v fcryj -.[J .Jgj to siq I* be found in the market. WHITE WINTER, X& XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE,. CORN JpiAL, BRAN, GRQUN/t.FEEIJ, CO^,, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. O E 8U COFFEES, TEA8, --s MOLASSES, /-SAL%r: .7 .. *_ MACKERAL* •-5~"«-r.'"CANNED FRUIT, PQD£N 3URE, ffeoDFisC oXJ WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, SPICES, RAISINS, CRACKERS, Confectionery, Catsup, Candles, Soap, Soda, Starch, Tobacco—all kinds. Cigars Shot, Dried apdI A Which will be sold as low as they can be found in the city. er-\#•» O. A. BURR. WOOD YARD. I have also opened, in connection with my Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a arge quantity of GOOD HARD WOOD will at all times be kept on hand for sale, and will be delivered to order if desired. All goods purchased at my store will be Delivered Free of Charge In any part of t...

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. — 29 March 1866

•m v...t'J. r~' ,0 THE DEMOCRAT 1 published at St. Claud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ormi 1st rbm'OrncK BUIUUHQ, WAsniaatox AVINCS. W. MITCHELL, Editor 4 Proprietor. 1 ^CWq^OLLAIU A YEAR,- IN ADVANCE. A E S O A E I S I N 1 Legal advertisements at statute rates. en lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate, to the space they occupy in brevier •oli.d.j O I W O Of all kinds executed with"^neatness and di^p itch, and at reasonable rates. s. B. pi«|nBY, Klltr DEALER IS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL)ESTATE,, 5' Ofposit* the U. S. Land Office, ST. CLOUD, MINN. a Wax-rants ^BI^TUBAL^pliL^eTBjCIltP, And Revolutionary Bounty Land Scrip For sale CHEAPER than they can be purchas ed we3tj)f New York city. The highest pricepaidjfor Gold and Silver. Taxes paid for^Nou residents. a •-.- Collectionsmade and proceeds 'remitted promptly. v8n25-ly T. C. MeCLURE. IB .A-'IEr ZEZ-IE 3R AND LICENSED DEALER IN a W a a A a a S...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 29 March 1866

Wwrriir'r W. B. MITCHELL,. EDITOR. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE OTY. Thursday, March 29, 1866.f DOUBLE SHEET. FOR MONTANA. Prom, the St. Paul JVe.it. The St. Louis papers are filled with ad vertisements of Ptenmboats "for Fort Ben ton and the gold mines of Montana and Idaho." They nil clntra to be light draught steamers, and advertise they ana run on a moderate fall of dew as an inducement to accept the ventnre. Front St. Louis to Fort Benton by the Missouri river is a dangerous voyage of over 250P miles in lengthy and occupying a month's time, if •nags do- net put a more abrupt termination to thejourney. We have been a little cu rious to ascertain the cost of reaching Montana by this route. The St. Louis Democrat supplies us with the wished-for information as follows: "We understand the freight charges on round lots, lumping all descriptions, is eleven cents per pound, payable in gold dust at the point of delivery, and for small and irregular lots as high as tu-enly cent* in cur rency has...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 29 March 1866

i* yKSSfcl MI '*m .\ *msm TSJ EDr^TS T»o Cteemlnttcm oft** Ikesnoernt la DOtJBLB tlutt ef amy ottor paper p«»ltslt«4 abOTe It AAtboay F» ^•t A«Y«rtlse*c resnemttef tkla. tfjjgjjj^ T« wo«W respectful^ request all human MM and ottos waAmj? any Auto? 0/ J«s) Printing,toeaU and examine our ex-us tensive stock of New Material, Just teemed from the east, before sending to St. Paul orao- "nt elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one of the best in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfaetory, at St. ael prices. PuuTtniAN.—Piutor, B«T. n. V. Campbell. Ser vices every Sabbath moralogatlO}* o'clock. Xvening mt T. Sunday School after moraine service. BUUTA.—In the ^oem on the ftrtt pace, note the following correction*—let tint line, tor "den na read dlnna 3d stanaa, 2d line, for "jly" read -Joy 3d ataosa, laat Una, for "ling" read "long Tth itanaa, aixth line, for "bngget" read "lngget." teW' Cards and bill-heads printed at this office in the neatest style, and at St. Paul p...

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. — 29 March 1866

FBEMONT MILLS I £5 -TUl I a -4 Hour, Feed and Grocery STORE! ..Q e'ftO -.bis THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIES to he found in the market. WH1TJJ WINTER, & XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, •£&&$• SHORTS, 3R0UND FEED, CORN, li^UCi' OAT9 BF^NS^PEA^, $c. O O E I E S SUGARS, I COFFEES, TEAS, :,., ..-- MOLASSES, SALT, MO —11 ACKERAL, CANNED.* ,. 3 WOODEN WABE. "I fv-•* A WHITE I S KEROSENE OIL, SPICES. ound in the city. RAISINS, CRACKERS, Confectionery, Catsup, Candles. Soap, Soda, Starch, Tobacco—all kinds, Cigars Shot, Dried and J. E GrTG&vt A Which will be sold as low as they can beCapital t. A* BtRR. WOOD YARD. I hare also opened, in connection with my Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a arge quantity of GOOD HARD WOOD will at all times be kept on hand for sale, and will be delivered to order if desired.. All goods purchased at my store will be Delivered Free of Charge In any part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE ,-.,%»* -v/ir CASH, A 3 a a be paid for G...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 April 1866

*.. $ -. TIE THE DEMOCRAT nblished at St. Cloud, Stearns Conn inesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ovnca I Pon'Orncs Btnunra, WassniraTOK I AVSITOS. 8 W. MITCHILL, Editor A Proprietor. rjroywjxxjR^ rout, iff iirrxntK S O A O I N O S 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 eolumn, six months, 18 00 One square, one year, ^0 08 One square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, ire lines or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 serenlines, $7. Legal adrertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the spaoe they occupy in brevier •olid.] O W O Of aU kinds executed with\aeatness and dispatch, and at reasonable rates. S N N 1 I FOREIG N ft DOiESTIC EXCHANGEnorth OfptUg the U. SLLandOJUe, 8T "CLOUD, MINN. Xesnaacfc^ W a a And Revolutionary Bouty Land Scrip For saleJcHSAPBB than they can be pur...

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 April 1866

W. MITCHELL, EDITOR omcuL PAPER OP rax cnr." DOUBL E pi*jj. I I Thursday, April 5, 1886. siptfc OLOMOUS TICIOBI! COItHECTXCCT GOES IISPVBUOAN, Til* legislature AH Right. Tbe Conneeeticut election on Monday resulted in complete Republican tri amph, Geo. Hawley being elected by a majority of between one and two thousand. The contest was a olost one, (be Democ racy being confident of victory and the Republicans fearful that that confidence was only too well founded. The new Legislature will be strongly Republican. MOllK GOOD NEW 8. Capt. Flak,'* Escort Designated, A letter received by one of our citizens tates that information from Washington onveys the intelligence that Colonel Bab ock, U. 8. A., has been designated by he Government to command the escort Which will accompany Capt. Fisk's great Montana Expedition from this place, in May. Col. B.. will arrive in the State in he beginning of that month. A letter from Capt. Fisk will be found on or first page and from the information his ...

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. — 5 April 1866

01 1 IV ,* 1 •w.J 'i 9B= MTV** W O O O 0 O O W tsmat a & -**^J*NWM* •«. AatRea? FAR fF«t»oi»Wreip«c'/utfy re wett att kwiwMi DM and1 olAer* wuAtao any *inlrf o/ Jtl) Printing, to call and examine our ez~ tmmtttock of 2vW Material, jutt received +om tkt tatt, btfortttnding to St. Paul orjfo oUmthtr*. Our Job Officii* now on* of tkt bat tn th* Statt, and we do vork vhieh wo trill guarant— to bt taitiafactory, at S fart frtcea. Her. B. V. Campbell. Ser- TBMS every 8abbath morning at 10i o'clock, stoning SuitlftjaeaoQiafttr morning aeroce. —•See notice of St. Cloud Institute. —Teams no still crossing the rim onSupervisors U« lot, —Wo would call attention to the card of DJr. A. ffogemann. "J. C."—Sorry wo cannot publish the paragraph you sent, but it would scarcely bo "tho thing" la a family paper like TH« DIMOCOAT. —Herberger ft Brother are manufactur ing a superior quality of malt vinegar, which they will sell at wholesale or retail. —The interesting case, in Justices Court, Mrs. 3...

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. — 5 April 1866

FREMONT MILLS Feed and 610007 STORE! undersigned has, at Ms new store tn Washington avenue, next door to West's Fanej Goods Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIES te to found in the market. WHITE WINTER, & XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, GROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, Ac. •UGARS, COFFEES. TEA8, MOLASSES, -SALT, 1 MACKERAL, CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, RAISINS, .SOt 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 sand in the city. A WOO YARD. 1I have also opened, in connection with nlyGirooery Store, a Wood Yard, where a arge quantity of GQOD HARD WOOD will at all times be kept on hand for sale, and will be delivered to order, if desired. All goods purchased at my store will, be Delivered Free of Charge In any part of the eity. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. 33T13IJG2 xmMsM^^ will be paid for Grain and all kinds of Farm ...

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. — 5 April 1866

.• msssmm Association. Ths attempt unsuccess ful, though several pistol •hots wer« ex changed between Hendershot and the rob bers. The affair ooourred, in, Eastman Business College, of which Hendershot is a member. .,... The village of Mokwanago, Wis has just been the scene of two appalling acci dents. On the 23d, while the wife of Daniel Crowley, went to oall him to dinner, his house caught fire and burned to the ground. A ohild six weeks old was burned to death. On the same evening, about four hundred people was witnessing a school exhibition *$*• in the second story of the village school house, when the floor gave way, and about half the audieaoe were preoipitated to'the first floor,: which also gave way and let them down into the cellar. Strange to say, no lives were lost, though many were badly bruised, and Frederick Patterson haT a leg broken. Those left above were taken down through the windows with the aid of ropes and ladders, and those in the cellar helped up in the same w...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 April 1866

Wis«ii|sj from tho Litchfield (Ot.) Enquirer. KATIE LEE AND WILLIS GRAY. Two brown bead*, with to*Ing curls, llvdllpt ihuttlug »voi- l«, v. Bars feet, white aud uvt with dew. Two ejM black an I two eyes nine, Little boy ami girl were they,'* Katie Lee «wl Willie Uray They were •tanulug wber* brook, Bending llk shepherd'* rro.,k Ha h.il its slyer, aud thick raute Of willow fl ing. tl banks Half iu tuotii&t aud halt iu play, Katie Lee and Willie ray. They had cheeks like'cherries red Its WH» tatlrr, moat a heart, Sue, with ami* like wreathe of enow, Swung a basket to and fro,' (A» t..e.v loitered, half iu play) Chattering- to Willie Gray. M.PrettyKatHt," Willie said,, And there came a dash of red Through the t.rowuiess of hi*cheek, Bo are atrong and girls are weak, And I'll carry, so I will, Katie's basket np the hill." Katie answered with a laugh, You shall carry only halft" (Then said, tossing back her earls) "Boys are weak as well as sirls." Bo you think that Katie guessed Half...

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. — 12 April 1866

VOL* VIII. THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud. Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ornoi la Ton Omci Btmaura, WAIHIMOIOJI AVESCX. W. MITCHELL, Editor Proprietor. rWOJlDOZZARS A TEAR, IN ADVANCE. RATE S O ADVERTISING I One column, one year, $76 00 One-half column, one year, 40 00 One-fourth oolumn, 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, 0 00 Business cards, fire lines or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates, ['•'en lines of this sized type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brevier •olid.] O W O Of all hinds executed with^neatness and dispatch, and at reasonable rates. S. B. PINNEY, DIAUS lit FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Opposite the U. S. Land Office, IT'CLOUD. MINN. Xrf&iid W a a AGRICULTURAL'COLLEGE SCRIP,...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 April 1866

Ifte $t. $fam §monat W. B: MITCHELL, EDITOR OFFICIAL PAPER. OF TUB CITY. Thursday, April 12, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET. William Green was elected Lieut. Gov rnor, and John R, Bartlett re-eleoted Secretary of State. E O A A S I IS.»» The following paragraph from an edito ial in the Lafayette (Cal.) Demotratic Sentinel shows where the Democratic heart I ie», and who would be the the leader of the party but for the unkindly walls "that doth grossly close him in:" Mr. Davis is one of the ablest advocates of liberty and the rights of man in America, »s well ns one of the boldest, and, there fore, is dreaded and hated by the pigmies *nd cowards of Abolitionism with a degree of nervousness and malignity bordering upon frenzy iind midnesa. The wretches would rather take his life ten times over than the life of Booth,-it" the latter were iving, but they dare not it This is ouran opinion, and we give it gratuitously.— Howl, ye Blood-hounds of Zion, HOWL! Pretty good, that, indeed it is almost trong ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 April 1866

4 V- Xj/OOA^tj 2STETSIT& I S 5 Fn»t prices. a on at O O a a a a a sO»o*e S A a J»% A is is 1 would respectfully request all business men and others wishing any kind of JOb Printing* to call and examine dwr ex-- tensive stock of New Material, fust received A-om the east, before sending to St. Paul orgo- .'ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one the best wt the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to be satisfactory, at St. PBRHTTCRI.VN.—Pastor, Rev. E. V. Campbell. Ser vices every Sabbath morning at 10»£ o'clock. Evening 7. Sunday School after morning service. tSST All kinds of Job Printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in ohr orders. —The prospect is not very good for an abundant supply of maple syrup and sugar this season. —There was a pleasant and well-attend ed Episcopal sociable at the residence of Hon. Levi Wheeler, on Tuesday evening. —The Ft. Ripley mail, coming down, was brought across the Mississippi yester day evening above t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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