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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 25 April 1861

VOL S I ... a ,'/ a ,| »-{-, CLOUD DEMOCRAT tfflOBON THE WESTER BANK OF TH* itssisiimN mm •0 MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, •ero#*T» TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING mr 'Q0OO- TERMS: $i.5o th* 0«plei, ono year, 6,25 10,00 Tw«»ty topUa, out ytar, (and one oar extra to U»« getter up of the 3BW, 20,00 FajnsvaatBMft tarsalably bemade in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING m*ma%, one year, $60,00 alf eelumn, 85,00 Qne-fenrth of a column 20,00 One aeaaro. (ten lines or lew) one week, 1,00 Baaiaesa Card* not over nix lines, 5,00 •ver six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first fcaaertioa, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the SDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S O I Lower Town. Will Bake collections, invest money, buy, all or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Real Estate. A E S E ATTORNEI ft COUNSELLOR AT LAW BT. OLOTJD, Lower Town. •JT111 stake collections, invest money, buy, •ell erloan 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. — 25 April 1861

& & tfo* ®fam 4 tmmt JANE 0. SWIS8HELM, EDITOR. Utt Thursday, April 25th, 1861. 8t. Cloud Soldier*. The St Cloud Guard hart rottd not to respond to the call of the Preaident and Governor for troopa t» defend the Ameri can flag. Three men, Hon. Stephen Mil ler, Miles Brown, and Epbraim Curtis have volunteered and will jo?n a company from some other place. But one Ameri-1 can flag is floating in town. This is from! *H the Stearns House, and no set of St. Cloud men have ever given it a cheer. We. can not get cloth to make one for our office, but hope to hoist the old stars and sftipes some day soon. The reason of the apathy of our people is first, thst we are on the extreme fron tier—the soldiers have been removed from tho furts and many apprehending trouble with the Indians think all our men should stay at home, but this is all {.-amnion. Twenty U. S. troops at each fort will keep the Indiana all right, or if they could not Hole-in-the-Day can be safely trusted to look after t...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 25 April 1861

*S -=a»i Southern News Condensed. -April 22nd.—The Governors of Virgin ia, rlennu.-s:e, Kentucky and North Caro- lina refuse to furnish tropa tosiHtuiu the Uniuu, but dcufore their purpose .to aid the secessionists In Western Virginia voluu teer coiupauies are forming to ttuntuiu the Union. An immense Union in cting was held at Louisville, Ky.. on the 18'h, where resolutions were pu.^sed condeuinitig seces sion and refusing to take part against the Federal Government, .and c'uitiling to be utral Fort Pickens was certainly rein forced on the l-tli. The Charlo ton Cor respondent of the Hostoti W coiuplu us oi'scarcity of provisions aid foar of famine Fort Sumter is siiil iiood for the defense of the harbor, but will require two or throe hundred thousand dollars to put it iu ord er. Baltimoie is to repair the Railroad and bridges, and keep opeu the eonituunioatiou for mails, troops, ka. Go/. Jackson, of Mo. has called an extra session of the Leg islature, to meet on Tuesday, May 2nd, t...

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. — 25 April 1861

.•HM"! JANB 0 SWISSHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, April 25th, 1861. "voLxra^E 3, nsro. 39. AD VERTISEMENTS. HARD TIMES iu il II A 000D NEWS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. 1000 CHANCES TO MAKE MONEY ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH or WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVER-PLATED WARE, to be disposed of on an entirely new and ORIGINAL PLAN !!rpHnished 2 5 0 0 A E N S W A N E All persons desirous of securing an Agency in this NEW ENTERPRISE Should send on their names at once, en closing a throe cent stamp to pay postage, and receive by.return of mail A PREMIUM OATALOGTJE Containing OCR INDUCEMENTS Which afford A RARE CHANCE TO MAKE ONEY! without risk, together with FULL PARTICULARS Relative to this I O E &TJJL1<TI To insure prompt and satisfactory dealings, direct all orders to GEORGE G. EVANS, 439 Chestnut st, Philadelphia, Pa J. 0. & H. C. BURBANK & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALBESI* GROCERIES, O O S A S A A S READY-MADS CLOTHING, :HLAJR/.DW-AL:EWE3, BOOTS & SHOES. STORAGE, FORWARDING & COM...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 2 May 1861

JUNE a 8WI8SHBLJB, •. !"!tr VOL. 3. -,? ST CLOUD DEMOCRAT miasmNar0 •friCKON THIS WESTER BANK THE MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, WTOiiTI THE 8TEAMBOAT LANDING •i OOOO TERMS: 9 oepr, one year, $ 1,60 FIT* ••pies, one year, 6,25 ff«a 10,00 twenty copies, one year, (and one mmj extra te the getter up of the •fib, 20,00 Paymoot must invariably bemade in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING #o* column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 85,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Bneinesa Cards not over nix lines, 5,00 •ver six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E .ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW BT CXJOTTD Lower Town. If111 make collections, invest money, buy, •ill or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase er dispose of Real Estate. A E S McKELVY ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW BT OXJOTJHD, Lower Town. Will make co...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 2 May 1861

She gtt fftouA §m$mt JAKE 0. SWISSHELM, EDITOR. Thursday, May 2nd, 1861. The Administration. We were no little surprised to learn that some very literal people understood us last week, to say that we feared there is a secret understanding between the monstrous nature of the alliance, then supposed to pxist, between our Congress ional delegation and a prominent Breckin ridge Democrat here. Our place was sub jected to a charge of indifference to our national troubles, and we felt called upon to state what we believe to have been the chief reason a reason not purely local. It was certainly very disheartening to our hardy pioneers to feel/in the first days of the war, that t'te Government patn.nagp here was controlled by a man who had al ways taken sides with the South against the North—to see that the officials just ap pointed by the Administration, nor their friends, had one word to say, or a dollar to offer in its support—that no voice was pub licly raided in behalf of the Union and ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 2 May 1861

men who bad gone to Pcnsacola to take Fort Pickens are returning heme daily, disgusted, and satisfied that it is impossi ble for. )C*tttedeittte States to capture Fort Pickens. A iarsjo number of the trow*at lN?D**oo4a are sc and dying in the hospitals, fVcttt effect of fatigue, expo ettrc ana hunger. Informant report* that the people of AlaVama and Mississippi are ilmtat craty with excitement that mob spirit rampant everywhere, rendered daily more desperate in some localities by threatened famine and starvation. j^BlLAbtLPUtA, April 27.—Gen. Scott, lav,answer to a statement of General Har pet-that Virginia will never soflfcr an at-organization tack from her soil on the Capitol, said he "*would be happy to have it* confirmed, but fJJMjd not advise the Government to de •is^ from its present course in providing for •itawfety. "WASHINGTON, April 23. The Presi Special news to the Post says the pres ence of Sherman's Battery at Elkton, Ma ryland, changed the community from se cessionists...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 2 May 1861

ifce $H ©tmtd £l*momi JANl 0. SWI38HELM, PROPRIETOR. Thurad&y, a 2nd, 1861. TfiLEGRAPHlC. New YORK, April 221. It is reported that the President said to the Baltimore deputation, on Monday, that if the passage of the United States troops was again ebstruoted he would bury their city iu ashes. Pour thousand barrels of flour bound to Richmond, was seised en Sunday. In a letter from the Secretary of War to Gov. Ilieks, of Maryland, who had requested the President to send no more troops through that State, and had also obtrusively proposed ask ing the British Minister at Washington to act as mediator between the rebels and the Gov ernment, Mr. Cameron replied that the people of the United States can settle their own dif ferences without calling on an European mon archy to do it for them. J. C. Wright, of Oswego, says Gen. Scott remarked to a number of gentlemen who had pointed to the report about his resignation. that he could more easily believe that he could more easily believe th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 May 1861

VOL. a a S CLOUD DEMOCRAT I O THK WJCSTBI&N BANK OF TU miasm' BOTH •0 IfILE3 ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, tVPOMTI THE STEAMBOAT LANDING OOOfl TERMS: Mfjr, year, $ 1,60 fir* eopiei, on* ytar, 6,25 Tea 10,00 treaty copies, on* year, (and one. S•b, ay a sira to the getter up of the 20,00 Faymeat mutt invaaiablj bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING #Tte'ffottimn, one year, $60,00 M»lf column, 85,00 ©aa-fourth of a column 20.00 Oao *{uare. (ten lines or lets) one week, 1,00 Bunineis Cards not over nix linu-s, 5.00 •ver six lines and under ten, 7,00 Lag»1 Advertising: .Sixty cents a folio first huartioa, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to be directed to tlte EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAV,' ST. CLOTJD, Lower Town. Will mike collections, invest money, buy, •ell or IdAa Und Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Keal Estate. A E S E ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELLOR AT LAW ST. OLOTJZ), Lower Town. Will mike collections, invest money, buy, •...

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. — 9 May 1861

,- ®fte S Cloud §mmtrot. .• JANE O. SWISSIIELM, EDITOR. a a 9th 1861. An editorial on "Our New Register" it accidentally omitted. "Communication" tent through the Post Oflee will be published if we nave a responsible name, so. that we can bo as sured the statements are true. We have bad a eall from Mr. Hotch kisa, traveling ageut and correspondent of the the St. Paul iVew. Mr. H. estab lished the first paper west of the Mississ ippi, in Minn., is a pioneer, a gentleman of decided energy and pleasant address. Rev. Mr. Macks, Old School Presbyte rian, lately sent as Missionary to Alexan dria, called upon us last evening on bis way to offer hi» services to the First Min nesota Regiment as Chaplain and Assis tant Surgeon. m«•» Rev. A. W. Stewart, pastor of the Sec ond Ref. Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg, has voluntered as chaplain in the Pennsyl vania troops. We expected Mr. S. in St. Cloud this spring, but bid him God speed in his larger field of labor. m* Col. Robertson. This gentlema...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 May 1861

JOB PRINTING.—We have Just rcoeived a large and varied, assortment of pnpor suitable for printing all kinds of circulars, blanks, in vitations, etc., ©tci, and would say* to "the peo ple of the Upper country that wo are prepared to do all kinds of printing in a neater style, on shorter notice, and cheaper terms than tiny oilier establishment above St. Anthony. Give ua a call and tec lor yourselves. AnvKBTistt! ADVERTISE!—As'the time for spring lusintirf lms commenced we must re mind our business men that this is the lime they should advertise—tell the people what they hare, and then they can reasonably ex pect and receive patronage. Advert!**! Ad •erUse! »ad remember that the DIMOCBAT hat a larger circulation than any other paper pub lished above the Falls af St. Autheay. Naw BcruuHO.—Gen. H. 2 Mitchell our now Post Ifaster, Is erecting anew store room between Marlatt & 81ms' Drugstore and Jones Blacksmith shop, which will be a mora central position for the office'than that now ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 May 1861

8h* flitottfl ffimttrat JANE 0. SWI8SUELM, PROPRIETOR.' Thursday, May 9tfr. 1361. South Carolina. Home of traitors—viper's nest Where faction goes in honor drest. Ami loyalty is but a jest. Of every ill prolific source, Which, spreading in iti baleful course, Drives madly on from bad to worse. Thy pride has been to educate Thy children in a bitter hate 01'all that patriot minds deem great. Inoapahlo of noble aim, They strive to make themselves a name By infamy, and deem it fame. Thy maddened sons together band, To*,draw the steel and light the brand— Thou curse upon osur fatlwrliuid. .....,- N W YottK, May A i'min Fort Monroe says there is no danger' of an attack there are 2,000 men in the Fort they are much annoyed by the fugitive slaves seeking refuge there, but in all cases they ai returned. N butteries will he allowed to be constructed on their ratine. Captain Carson of the schooner B. K. Pierce, fr in Charleston, states that he was at the wharf near Fort Moultrie du ring Sumter...

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. — 16 May 1861

f2 •if .1 ai ksdanlisi! leVi to -9 I ateatsaaa fa* 'l"r* lTll .t. uajaj i.'s-i.iiaiiT **S: .. •.,:«. ir-i a!'-*J a u.i S CLOUD DEMOCRA.T ICJsOlf ABB WESTER BANK OF THE BHttissuHN BILKS ABOVE THE FALLS QF ST. ANTHONY, mWWlTM TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING TU STEAMBOA TERMS: mm est*, MM year, ftn "pUs, one year, fen 1,60 0,2© 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one ejsto extra to the getter up of the 15S, 20,00 l*af aeatflroat tavaalably be made in advance BATES OF ADVERTISING One column, one year, $60,00 tal eolamn, 85,00 Oae-fearth of a eolnmn 20,00 One square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 Business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 #ver six lines and under ten,' 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty cents a folio first Insertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. AH letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW S OXJOT3T3D, Lower Town, i, Will make collections, invest money, buy, •ell or lean laud Warrants,and enter purchase or dispose of Real Estate. ...

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. — 16 May 1861

5 5 O «r~v mm faht jtt (EHrnA §tmmt. JANE 0. SWISSitfiLM, EDITOR. a a S 1861 A I The edttor is absent down river, which we offer as an excuse for the lack of Editorial this week. We have given quite number ot "War Items/' which we hoped would somewhat compensate for the want of Editorial. The article, "Tbe Kew Register," was left over from last weed. W expect the Editor here sgaiu before the next Issue. Tht Nrw Regiiter. People cannot understand why we will not "let Mr. McClure alone." Simply, doar friends, because letting sinners alone is not our mission. True, we shall not get the Land Office printing, as we did under Pemocratic rule, we shall louse the light of several countenances and maybe as two friends suggest, get our office aud dwelling burned down for again throwing purself across Mr. Lowry's track out we cannot help it. Can live without the printing and have our establishment insured, so that there is no temptation to fire, as we would only get a larger press and start a ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 16 May 1861

t/ 1 'J "I 4. ik ~t I I flBtoeassesqpssasa TELEGRAPHIC. asafc S T. .Louts, May13.—An offiobi state picot published this morning, ears the first /"!M?8fi$SiflMJ .jTackaon on Friday evening *'tras acme (ialf atliren.-hots near the head of the column of'thc^firat recipient jioca ''•ictajd'hy a^VolVy 61 stones .pistols from the ciowd, no one was hurt at this jbiu?. The second firing ucciimHl iruin the rear of-the column guarding tne-prjs --oners.- 'The- crowd here was larjt*, very •bodice and one discharged three rrels *f a revolver at Lieutenant Saxon of the tVg&tar Bervioe, many of the mob cheering J%iiU .on, drawing revolvers and also firing' -, at MuKtrpcp*. The -man who o.unimoneod the attack jtben laid a pistol across his ami Was Caking d^liberite aiu: at Lieutenant Bazoo, when he was thrust though with a "bayonet, fired upon at the same time and instantly killed. The column then moved on, having received orders to march and the rear couij any being assaulted by the crowd, and...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 16 May 1861

Ltt ^^ggggBttflfMH^aH Sbi ®\*n& gltitiwat JANS G. SWISSHELM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, May leth, 1861. V^^/CJIfccCE} 3 3STO. 4 a ±=z sac We find tho following among the locals in the Woat Bend (Wis.) Port Bins a song of sixpence, :.° i^keitiGUofBnW, •OHM of them on this State, And some- of them on Ills, Bonks a busting daily, doing up sky-high— Isn't this a pretty dish, And pleasing to the eye Broker in his office, Busy as a sohelar. Buying up the Broken rags Flour is selling at S18, and pork 950 per barrel. Virginia and Carolina bonds are worth only 20 cents on the dollar. The Baltimore Sun this morning coun sels* the State to remain loyal. The World'* despatch says the main blockading force will be stationed .in the Gulf anothor portion off Georgia, and a third off Virginia and the Caroliuas. There is a rumor here that Missouri State troops in command of Gov. Jackson, have invested St. Lou's. There aro some 8,000 troops under arms commanded by F. P. Blair, Jr. in defence of the ci...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 May 1861

1 O a flWISSHBLM, .*.{ ivf« caid I 1 ... 1.11 I VOL 8. -VJ! •Jii'OlCi a Oil! ST. CLOUD DEMOCRAT 4*1*1011 ON TUB WESTERN BANK OF THE ft MILES ABOVE THE FALLS OF ST. ANTHONY, TUB STEAMBOAT LANDING OOOO TERMS: OMatpf,«Mr«w $ 1,50 fir* topics, ono year, 6,25 a ..:*« 10,00 Twenty •••!••, OM ye»T, (and on* •xtxa to th« getter up of tb« 20,00 IS.' fa^maatinuitinTaaiably bemadeiaadvanc* BATES OF ADVERTISING SIsduiaa, ons year, ,' .'-. $60,QP column, 36,00 -fourth of a- ooluma 20,00 Qas.aauare, (ten. lines or leu) ono week, 1,00 iuiiaest Cards not over six lines, 5,00 •jv.tr six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising: Sixty- cents a folio first assertion, 40 cents all subsequent insertions. All letters of business to bo directed to the EDITOR. S E E N I E ATTORNBT & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S OXoOTJX), Lower Town. Will make collections, invest money, btoy, •ell or loan land Warrants, and enter purchase •r dispose of Real Estate: A E S S E ATTORNEI & COUNSELLOR AT LAW S CZDOTTID* Lower ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 May 1861

$ ht $t (Elan §ima^nt fCS I JANE G. SWISSUELM, EDITOR. Thursday, May 23d, 1861.w Go to Work! You, dear sir, and you madam, if you we anxious about the result of the war, go to work, not to drill or to wakeflagsor •crape lint at least, not all of you but to plant potatoes, corn, beans, especially the beans, plant roots to feed cattle and hogs. Take care of the poultry. Raise all the calves. Attend to the pigs. Make plenty of butter and cheese. Look to the goose berry and currant bushes. See. that the strawberry beds are in order. Do some thing te add to the general wealth of the country—to provide food for those who arc risking their lives to fight your battles.— See if you cannot raise a few bushels of beans, or corn, or oat3—a few cans of pre served fruit or some vegetables, butter or eggs to send to the army. It is well enough to sing about the "Red, White and Blue," but it is a good deal better to add as much as possible to the green.— Clothe the whole face of the country in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 May 1861

TEtEORAPKIC. Important Military Movements. MARYLAND REGIMENTS. semMifiirTENiicss£E. WMnrmrrm^ May 19. F$Mctef It tribune J—The •onmince m% of a Mff military department inetud log Virginia. North Carolina and Tennes see baa added intenaelj to the war exeite meat. A farther announcement that the command was assigned Gen. Butler, in no ways diminished this feeling. Generals Soott, Mansfield, and Bntler have been in consultation with Mr. Cameron, most of I ment. the day. The Massachusetts 5th and 8th regiments havo received orders this p. si., to prepare for an instant start. A battery of 11 guns on Acquia Greek was discovered, also extensive earth works near its mouth. Last night three Zouaves strayed from camp, and on arriving before Colonel Ellsworth's quarters this morning, one of them unwound Irom his body a secession flag, seventeen feet long, which thoy had hauled down from a pole at Alexandria. A person direct from Richmond, who aaw Governor Letcher night before last, reports th...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 May 1861

am t** Jtow §tmoml JANE a. SWISSHfiLM, PROPRIETOR. Thursday, May 334*" 1861. O I E 3 :srO- 4:3. The Ballad of the 7th Regiment. From the New York Atlat. Comelisten toniy story, ye soldiers, one and all I'll Ull you of the troubUs that to us did befall Fbr 1 im one of many in our city*e gallant band That has been at tat mercy of the folk* in Ma ryland. '-, *-\, A Tl We left the girls behind us One week ago to-day, And from old New York harbor we sadly sailed awa Our hearts were all behind us—our stomaohs •JJ looked ahead, IL And thought of pork and biscuit, on which they would be fed. Wo sailed from Philadelphia, on next day af ternoon, .•!,!.'-•.••: 'f :••..,, Andsoon our hopes of glory went upin a balloon Our visions of all comfort were soon a perfect wreck pur roof it was tho heavens—our couch it was the deck. Ihip biscuit and tough hog-meat were rations for us all The quality was passable—the quantity was small The water cask it soon run short we could not get a sup And all the b...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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