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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 12 April 1866

•ahJUUAIU fi\ FREMONT MILLS Rear, Feed and Grocery STORE! Wethe undersigned has, at his new store •n Washington avenue, next door to West's Fancy Goods Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUR AND GROCERIESO to he found in the market. WHITE WINTER, & SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, SrROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. E O O E I E S SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, SALT, MACKERAL, 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 eund in the city. A WOOD YARD. I have also opened, in connection with •fy 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 any part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH, will be paid fo...

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. — 19 April 1866

E3 E THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud, Stearne County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Omct la row omci sotumra, Wisanloioii ATBNVI. W. MITCHELL, Kdljpr A Proprietor. TEKM rfro po££^i?5 A TSAR, IN ADVANCE. RATES O ADVBRTISINO I tfus column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, cne year, 40:00 One-fourth column, one ytar, 26 00 this, ooluvn, six months, 45 00 One-half column, six months, 80 00 Ouofourth -nlumn, six months, 1800 One square, on* y« ar, 10 00 One square, six months, 6 00 isineas cards, five lines or less, $6 per ar.nu-.n six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. In gal adTertisements at statute rates. en lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they oocupy la brevier •olid •T O W O Xt Of sU hinds executed with neatness and di tch, and at reasonable rates. S. B. PINNEY, DKALKB IX fw**ti DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, ANDV*EAL ESTATE, Opposite the U. S. Land Office, IT. CLOUD, MINN. a W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCRIP, lad Betolitto...

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. — 19 April 1866

•*si tmtmm -gpfismse W. B. MITCHELL, EDlTtt|M OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE CITJfc}. Thussday, April 18, DOUBLE SHEET. MILITARY PROTECTION INSURED. We publish in tli is week's paper several letters and articles relative to protection rom the Government for the train that will leave this city for Montana in May.— As a conclusion to the whole is given a letter from Major General Corse, which furnishes abundant assurance that there are sufficient troops "between Abercrom bie and Montana for the especial protection of emigrants.'' Even had the facts been such as the face of Geu. Sherman's endorsement seemed to imply, vi«., that no troops would bo grant ed for this route, they would not have interfered with the starting of Capt. Fisk's expedition or the successful accomplish ment of its purposes. A military escort is needed more to give confidence to persons from the Eastern States who intend accom panying the party, than to protect it from any actual danger. In'the first place, no apprehensions...

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. — 19 April 1866

49-The Circulation of tae Democrat la DOUBLES of any other pwper •rabliabed above St. Anthony Foil ^•t AdvartlanM rem«n%h«rthU. HIGH.—The water in the Mississippi is at a high stage, having raised from one to two feet in each twenty four hours for sev eral days past. FEKBIKS.—Wright's ferry, at the upper levee, was hung on last Saturday after noon. Fowler's ferry has not yet been hung. DAMAGED.—A portion of the bridge across Sank River at Cold Spring was swept •way on Thursday night of last week. Workmen are busily engaged in repairing it. DOWN !—Schulten & Co. are selling their fine stock of cotton goods below cost. Ex cellent calicoes, good sheetings, shirtings, and all of their complete stock in this line of goods marked down to the lowest fig ures. A call and examination of prices and goods are requested. ROAD-BED.—Mr. James H. Place has been examining the road-bed of the Saint Paul and Pacific Railroad for the twelve or fifteen milts at this end of the route, and he reports...

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. — 19 April 1866

•-::k:f. lieor, Feed and' Grocery S Oil! ethe'* ... tit *t Ms Dt» rtote ^Washington venue, next door to West's Fancy Goods Stort, THE BEST STOCK OF FX.OXJR AND GROCERIES to bo found in the market. h-- WRITE WINTER, xixXSPRINQaWIIEAT FLOIJR, KYE, CORN MEAL, BRAN, SHORTS, 3RQUNB FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. SUGARS. COFFEES. TEA3. MOLASSES, SALT. MACRERAL. CANNED FRUIT. WOODEN WARE, :Ci CODFISH. WHITE FISn, KEROSENE OIL, 8PICE 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 aundintheci.y. A WOOD YARD. I hove also opened, in connection with »y Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a urge 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 PRICE IN CASH, will be paid for Grain and all kinds of Farm D. A. BURR...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 May 1866

1 J- v. N THE DEMOCRAT It published «t St. Clond. Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ovrici in.ioujOtnc* Bctuura, WASUNQTON AVKNtS. W. MITCHELL, Editor 4 Proprietor. S rWOZDOLZAXS A TSAR, ADVANCE. A 4 S 9 O A E I S I N One column, one year, $75 00 One-half column, oneyear, 40 00 One-fourth bolumn, one year, 25 00 One •eolumn, six months, 46 00 One-half eolumn, six months, 80 00 One-fourth oolumn, six months, 18 00 One square, one y«ar, 10 00 One square, six months, 6 00 I Business cards, five lines.or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 sevenlines, $7. Legal advertisements at statute rates. ['•en lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionnte to the space they occupy in brevier •oiid.] tV «T O W O Of all kinds executed, with neatness and diptch, and at reasonable rates. S. B. PINNEY, BA1TEEB, DEALfR IN FOREIGN ^DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Opposite the S. Land Office, •X^CLOUD, MINN. L*vn«l W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCRI...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 May 1866

w. MTT^CITELL,. BDTTO 4 OFncuL PAVER OF THE CITY. Thuisday, May 3, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET. MEETING OF E ST. CLOUD BAR. At a meeting of the St. Cloud Bar, held May 1st, 1866, for the purpose of express ing the high regard entertained by the profession for the Hon. C. E. Vanderbu-g, Judge of the Fourth Judicial District, and the regret that his official relations with the District Court, of this County niust soon terminate, the Hon E. 0 Hamlin wos ap pointed Chairman, and Chas. 1). Kerr Esq, Secretary. On motion, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whdrtas, Bv the formation of a new Judicial Dis trict, tho official connection that lias so long and pleasantly exlstM between tho lion. C. E. Vander burg and tho Bar of Si. Cloud will soon termwite, therefore, Resolved, That wo recognize in the singleness of purpose, honor, and fidelity so remarkably manifest in Judge Vanderburg. qualities which ennoble and honor the professionof law and adorn the position of Judge...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 May 1866

tiOOJ^Xi 2TE!WS 49»Thc Circulation of the Democrat is DOVBLB that of any o^Uor paper pabllaaed above St. Anthony Fall ^•t Advertisers romtntber thta. THI Financial Statement of Stearns County for the past fiscal year, published on the opposite page presents a very grati fying exhibit The great space it occupies crowds out much other matter intended for this issue but hereafter it will be published in the form of a supplement, so that we will hare our usual Space for reading matter. —Mr. L. O. Sims has gone to Chicago, and Mr. E. C. Smith to Milwaukee. —A party of his German friends, paid Judge Hamlin the compliment of a vocal sereuade on Tuesday evenirg. —Read the advertisement of Dr. Clock's Hair Restorer. L. Q. Sims is agent at St. Cloud. —We would direct attention to the ad vertisement of Mr. Lowis Clark. Mr. C. is an excellent machinist, capable of doing any kind of repairing on farm or mill machinery. He is also agent for a number ot farm machines, &o. a —The Pioneer states...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 3 May 1866

aaagaeaaasa FREiMOiNT MILLS ,' flanr, Feed and Grocery STORE! The undersigned has, at his new store en 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, I&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, MACKERAL, CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISn, 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 •und in the city. D. A. BURR. WOOD YARD. I have also opened, in connection with 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 oeder if desired.. All goods purchased at my store will be Delivered Free of Charge In any part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH, wil...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 10 May 1866

mm V:Q yin- HE DEMOCRAT N la pnblisaed at St. Cloud. 8teerua County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon.. Oiim la PonlOrnoi BUUDIXO, Wuaixerox W. MITCH1LL, Mlttr Proprietor. I TEKMSi TWOZPOLLAXS A TEAM, IN ADVANCE. BATBIOC AOVKRTISINO I On* column, one year, $76 00 One-half column, one year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 25 00 One column, aiz months, 45 00 One-half column, six months, 80 00 One-fourth oolumn, six months, 18 00 One square,'one year, -10 00 One square, six months, 8.00 Business cards, ire liner or less, $5 per annum six lines, $6 seven lines, $7. Legal advertisement* 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 •olid.] UisOoESE W O Of all kinds executed withTneatness and dispatch, and at reasonable rates. "B JL 1ST IK E3 IR,, DIALS* 1M FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHWIGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Opposite the U. 8, Land Office, •T. CLOUD, MINN. H.cml W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLE...

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 May 1866

1 1 l*i $t. Cloud gcmonat, W. B. JIITC'HELLT BDttORf~ OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE OtTY. Thursday, May 10, 1866: E NORTHBRIt PACIFIC BAIL RO.iD. On the first page ire copy from the Wash, ington Globe an excellent speech made by Hon*. I. Donnelly, Member of Congress from this District, in defense of the "North ern Pacific Railroad Bill. Mr. D. demon strates plainly and forcibly that the Govr ernnient runs no risk in grnuting to the road the aid asked for: that with the pro gress of the -work, the land would more than pay alT expenses. Bat what is of far greater importance, it would settle up with an industrious population a vast extent of territory along the propo ed line that though-rich aud fertile, is yet unoccupied. A railroad to the Pacific would draw thou sands upon thousands of emigrants both from Europe and from the crowded cities of the East, who w5uld t-reate new States and continually increasing wealth for the whole country. The measure was ably sustained in the House by HOBS. Th...

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 May 1866

1 I I 1 IJLZM Pari prices. it a^ETvsrs 4EarTlkc a on of tike at I DOUBLES a a pmailanae A S A a A is rem«Mb*i is IPs would respectfully reqtMrt all WMMI mm ana* olAert wishing any o/ JOb Printing, ca« and examine our ex-a tensile o/ «Vew Material, fust reeetved from *A« «M«, *«/br« #«nA»y fo 5/. -Pa"* o»"0°- 'ng elsewhere. Our Job Office is now one »f ike beet in the State, and we do work which we will guarantee to-be satisfactory, at St. PrnmnnuN.—Pastor, Her. E. V. Campbell. Ser vices Sabbath morning at 10*f o'clock. Evening at 7. Sunday School after morning service. 0 All kinds of Job Printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, executed at this office. Send in yonr orders. —Letters from "Ardebe" are on file for next week. and "Specs' —A warm shower would be a great bene fit, in giving vegetation an extra start. —Publio school for District No. 2 com menced on Monday at the Everett school house. Miss Mary Sheppard is teacher. —We are informed that the Universalis!. Society of this ...

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 May 1866

irn.t ^T? 1 Wear Feed and Grocery STORE! Tht undersigned has, at hit new etore on Washington avenue, next door to Weal's Fancy Goods Store, ptjBT sjpw OF, FLOUR AND GROCERIES to be found in the market. WHITE WINTER, XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, C€atNlMEAL,r SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, BRAN, SHORTS, SROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c. MOLAS9ES, tAL, CANNED FRUIT, WOODEN WARE, COD FISH, WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, 8FICES. RAISINS, *•, ^CRACKERS, C«iWctioiioTy, Catsup,Gaudies. Soap, Soda, Starch, Tobacco—all kinds, Cigars Shot, Dried and A Which will be sold as low as they can be •and in the city. A WOOD YARD. Ih*vealso opened, in connection with s«y Grocery Store, a Wood Yard, where a arge quantity of GOOD'HARD WOOD Will at all times be kept on hand for sale, nad will bo 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 IN CASH, -will be paid for Grain and all kinds of Farm E O O E D. A. ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 17 May 1866

5*3KfeS23E~ 4 1 ^5*^ 1 vo£ ^in. Is published at 81. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. S TWO^DOLLARS A TSAR, IN ADVANCE. RATE S OF ADVERTISING One oolumn, one year1,*''""• $75 00 One-half oolumn, 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 oolumn, six months, 18 00 One Bquare, one y*ar,1 »QJ.l SJOUCW One square, six months, 6 00 Business cards, five lines or lesji, S5 per annum six lines,$4 seven Hues,-$7.'--- Legal adTertisements at statute rates. [Ten lines of this sited typeconstitute a square, and cards wilt be charged ptdpor tionnte to the space they occupy in brevier solid.] }X O I O Of alt kinds executed with neatness and dbpntchrand at reasonable rates. ,'frjW 1 Bg ii|iiN S. B. PINNEY, S) 'vfiAISfKEB, DBALKB IX FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, I Oppotite the U. S. Land Office, •T. CLOUD, MINN. I^and W a a AGRICULTURAL ...

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 May 1866

ttasas! :.%.H..~,.. ,••**,.. .}*%£*»»»,•«!»^NWw,i'.» fun^ ..•••u.im*.,_ V*-,*., lite Jitffitoudflmaaiit W. MITCHELL, E I O OFFICIAL FAPER OF THE CITY. Thmsday, May 17, 1868. BUSCOMBK. Oa'the 80th uU., Hon. I. Donnelly tele graphed to the St. Paul Press, that a bill had pasted the House of Representatives for the survey of the v'aunou and Zumbro rivers and the Mississippi above St. Paul, with.a view to the improvement thereof. Whereupon, the JPrets, under the head of "BuBoomte," indulged in about a column of remarks concerning the bill and Mr. Donnelly which w: uld have been playfully severe, as they were inlended, hud they not been so unmitigatedly senseless. The whole thing was so vapid and wishy-washy that we did not, at the time, consider it wor thy of comment. But some of our cotempo raries, published in the localities which the bill introduced by Mr., Donnelly was intended to benefit, have dignified the ar ticle by a notice. The Wabashaw Herald copies a portion of the Press'com...

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 May 1866

XJOGJ^ZJ A. Pail prices. ,'\ 2aU±lW& MBfTHtj Circulation of the DtntKrat It DOUBMB tttmt ot a paper ansfcllsmed above St. Aattlumjr Foil t*t AaTrertiaers a tnla. 1F« wouJa? respectfully request all Iwtneii men and o(Aer« wuAiny anyfcncf0/ Job Printing, caM antf ecatntne our ex- ttntiHitock ofJttw Material, just rttmed *©m the east, before sending to St. Paul of go- Cng elseichere. Our fob Office it now one of t\* but in tht Stat*, and we do work which we will guarantee to hi talkfaetory, at Bt. PmnxTTiMAN.—Pastor, Rev. E. V. Campbell. 8er ThMMtn Sabbath morning »t 10)4 o'clock. Jfreuing at T. Sunday School after morning service. Cssf All kinds of Job Printing, in Eng lish, German or Norwegian, exeouted at this office. Send in yonr orders. #jV —See reading matter on the fourth page. a —See advertisement for Fresh Beef at fort Ripley. •"••Maple molasses is offered on the streets in limited quantities by farmers, and brings 1.50 a $2.00 per gallon. a —Mr. P. C. Ransom started on Tu...

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 May 1866

FREMONT MILLS iiifel 8091 or, Feed and Grocery ••.•- ••,r.:.r::. The undersigned has, at hie new store on Washington avenue, next door to West-a Fancy Goods Store, THE BEST STOCK OF FLOUB AND GROCERIES te be found in the market. •I it*?* laoM vj} I tu WHITE WINTER, & XX SPRING WHEAT FLOUR, RYE, CORN MEAL BRANy SHORTS, GROUND FEED, CORN, OATS, BEANS, PEAS, &c, ''••'V ai O O E E I E S SUGARS, COFFEES, TEA8, ..... MOLASSES, SALT, MACKERAL, ,. CANNED FRUIT. Snen) WOODEN WARE, 2CODTISH, I ~S WHITE FISH, KEROSENE OIL, SPICES, Dried and A Which will he sold as low as they can be ound in the city. I I 1 I D. A. BURR. I $ 1 WOOD YARD. 1 have also opened, in connection with ny 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 la any part of the city. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH, will be paid for Grain and all kin...

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 May 1866

W oTKfcrWffMR**/:) published at 8t. Cloud, Stearns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. W. MITCHELL, Editor A Proprietor. E I tirojjDozx-iiM A r*d*. or ADVANCE. iooiMMalgftill Sjl!ii.a A RATKS O ADVERTISING One column, one year, $76 00 One-half column, one year, 40 00 One-fourth column, one year, 26 00 One column, six months, 46 00 One square, one year, 10 00 annum six lines, $6 sevenlines, $7. Legal advertise™****at »taAut«'rates. Uui [.Pen lines of this sited type constitute a square, and cards will be charged propor tionate to the space they occupy in brerier O S W O eh, ania att reasonable rates. dfcpi a reasonable SW»XWWIT7 BAKE O I A in FOREIGN DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, AND REAL ESTATE, Oppetite the U. S. Land Office, T. CLOUD, MINN. enoB iX a a W a a AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SCRIP, Aaai Evolutionary Boontj Land Scrip For sale OHXAPXR than they can be purchas ed west of New York city. The highest pricepaid for Gold and Silver- Taxes paid for Noa-resldonts. Collections made and pr...

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 May 1866

•B»MU*MMM W. B. MITCHELL, EDITOR, Thuiaday, a 34,1866 ABOUT "BVNCOMBB." The 3t. Paul Preta is waking up a ker nel's nest, as will be seen by these ex tracts from different papers throughout the State:.,* Without sense or reason the St. Piml Prtts main tains its opposition to Mr. Donnelly, Ions after almost •very mm in the Stato has learned to appreciate Ami recognise him as anwe the moet useful members of Congress, regret tins, we liml hoped for better llowFnjr of iir«$niUce Dunavll.v thins* °f the Ptrss than a blfml follow In the iaceof the disttntcnWtod posttion Mr. has von for himself in Congress.—Hastings tndepen tknt. """ehavo yet to,see a single man in Mr. Donnelly's district that is not itispnstod with the mean an*petty prejudice of the 8t Paul ft»», displayed in the article which the lMet*ndcitt refer* to The object of the article v/os evident enough, but we did not deem it necessary to defend Mr. Donnelly from an attack so evidently malicious. It is immaterial to us whether...

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 May 1866

4 I a on tlae 1 O I ttk»t A a S A A rrin^M»b«(ir thl» ,, jjjj frgggsn JFe/WPMM r«*p«otfuUy **$«**«« IIIIHINI men and ©tAeri wttAu^r ««y *m« of in in call and examine our ex- l«uw«*foc* of Sew Material, fuet r«««l *©s* Me eaet, befortsmding to S*. Pawl pfjtf-. "na eitcwAere. 0t«r Joo Office it now ion*,•/ the beet in the State, and we do work wh^ch we will guarantee to be eatiefactoty, ft $U Paal prices. mm Fon xitn MINIS.—Among the many oth wrS bound for the gold regions of Montana, we tad our friend, Capt. Thos. H. Van Ettem of St. Paul, who takes a stock of goods with him. We hope he may come back with his "poeiVts full of rooks." RAIN.—There was* light shower of rain on Saturday evening, but not nearly so mnch as would have been acceptable, -Veg-? etaticn is in no wis* suffering,' but a good rain would do a very desirable work in laying the dnat. "•_••'- HTDRAPHOBIA.—The wifc and eldest daughter of Dr. Cooley, of this city, were bitten a touple of weeVs pince by a mad cat, and we...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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