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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 23 January 1862

JAMB ». BWIS8HELm, •jj I VOL. IV. uU THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Of nca COKNXR TIJIBD AVBNPK AND WASH INGTON STKBKT. OOOO TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,50 Five copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one ^•opy extra to the getter up of the •club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING lne column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 'one square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 over six lilies and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates-. ... i"***** Of business to be directed to lh% .EDITOR. O n^ilTTiisrcS-. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantages inthe selection of ian...

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. — 23 January 1862

I I I I I I •Shrftffitawdgmamt, 1 JANE G. 8WISSUELM, EDITOR. Thursday, January 23 1862for a ass sc /cjrrf *A«t foe but falls before us, our feet, tr streaming o'er ut t" B^MMe«th Wanted Wanted, at this office, FIFTY CORDS OF WOOD, in exchange for Stearns and Meeker County orders. Those wanting orders to pay taxes will find it to their ad vantage to call before purchasing. WOOD.—Will those subscribers who de sign paying in wood, please bring it along as soon as possible Some of our wood subscribers pay honorably, but some are qnite remiss, and we shall be obliged to j,ivo them "the cold shoulder" if they do not briug us something to warm it. he N Last night's dispatches fully confirm the account of the glorious victory in Ken tucky. The rebels are said to have run before our troops like a flock of frighten ed sheep, close up to their entrenchments. Our troops expected to storm these in the morning but thj enemy by means of boats and barges crossed the Cumber land River during the nig...

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. — 23 January 1862

No 1 FAIR. FAIR. FAIR. The Slaters of the St. Benedictine Order will give a FAIR on and after MONDAY, TH E 20th OF JANUARY, At the Church in Saint Cloud. I E S O E IDOUL-A.-R' NO BLANKS.—EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE. The following List of Cboioe Articles trill bo exhibited and drawn for by the holders of Tickets: 1 One Fancy Cushioned Rocking Chair 2 One Rocking Chair 3 One Office One Office One Stitched Foot-rug Footstool tt it 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 & One Picture with a black frame with a gilded frame tt with a black frame One Card Basket for the wall One Comb Case 32 One Stitched Day-book 33 34 35 One EmbroideredTock' Handker' 36 38 Two 43 Five pr. Undersleeves at 2 00 44 One pr. Stitched Gentleman's Shoes 45 Children's 46 Black Gaiters 47 Leather Shoes 48 One Black Veil 51 Three Embroidered Chemises at 1 50 56 Five 98 One Embroidered Infants Petticoat 99 a it 100 One Knit Childs Sack 101 One Embroidered Child's Sack 102 103 a 104 Pistol 105 One Stitched Baby's Shawl ...

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. — 23 January 1862

MITCHELL'S COLUMN. i. 1 3C S H. I E DXAIMIH Dry| Goods. IGROCERIES 4W BOOTS O A S AJfP S O S eV, ice. JUST RECEIVED. I URGE AND WELL-AORTEO STOCK OF ALICOES, GINGHAMS, ILEA, BROWN MUSLINS, DENIMS, WHITBG0ODS, HOSIERY, GLOYES, SHAWLS, MANTLES, EMBROIDERIES, O E S I E I I S 8U1RT1NG8, fOTIONS, and a Complete Stoek of IEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS. A N EXCEUBIT STOC OF PAKTS'-STUFF. S O O S A N S O E S every quality and price. T. 1A ®0,^ Assortment of I J3SWARE A N QUEENSWARE A Large Yarioty of READY-MADE CLOTHING. 18&0RTED2 CONFECTIONER! Parsons desiring to purchase ara requested call and examine hit stoek, which willbe %CJ complete in every respect, andis offered tlf few figures. POST OFFICE BUILDING,} (Near the Ravine.) ST. fLOTO, IflJWEfOTA.. AD VERTISEMENTS. E A A E JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor. AH kinds of meat—beef, pork, ohiokens, turkeys, sausage, pudding, smoked tongue, &c. kept constantly on band and for Bale at the lowest rates. All persons wishing meat are requested te ta...

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. — 30 January 1862

l_ t»7rofl Rehl iwar •fi* A ^o T.Hn c5i frJ v'': T! urn TT*. 1/ N .,,'U published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orrioa: Cos*«a THIBO AVBXUB AJW WUH- :,i *•u ndbo •IOJBI a one copy, rat year, 1,50 at( flT« copies, one year, 6,25 e»u*i' 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and on* 1 oopy extra to the getter up of the V°fWX. v.-inv. :,.".,,„•''..2¥0"'' Payment must, °CT''" »..„.„« nrnat fn'*a.&i&hi« oeinadein adTance sUMS OF ADVBMISINQ )^3n« column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 W One-fourth of a column 20,00 tnc iquare, (ten lines or lees) one week, 1,00 business Cards not oter six lines, 6,00 »»er six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Pone at legal rates: AH letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. "-"'-Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. *r*= REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA, INTENSIVE Exploration* of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office busines...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 30 January 1862

I I III I I I toe only news of inr^crtaiioelut night, waa intollia^neo f^m_Butf^ofeel.»* ,,^h.f epw)a.' iW JMPWfafl eneo^fc ,v,I W*\*wiifrf unparalleledistoims at Hatteiam*^v/^i^vJ:^^vp l'lo (f NewYoikstruck.du,M W total wreck i[i7r After the storni it was du^vered that no vessel *rawiwoye^wmfffi^d tHifeej'make-auohexerUooauwiH 'inches could pais into Palmioo Sound-r $ ?eaaeJ^^|b^T^£P«*li*? I ar drawing over thirteen feet of water on-' Toy skillfully piloted! Consequently the CrWof the bar. Sha had a cargo at 1200^ O0Owor^ofno^r,rift^ and proved total loss •••..-. :,bumideof ,^„-.^iaTOim^i^elfw^ !,fler hMbuxni^gieinowraoi|^ ff Qj orewwaa1' Th*-stelu«er PoeiHoniaa^W^t^^ a J^ !.^ W S W $ It is thought the piloti of flat^ are I S S S S S tutors, having mtentionally run hM W were o^wncd ib iOfOl den. Smith succeeds him. •qe The Riehmond' DitpatcK,,!fl in foil retreat on KnoxyiUe. It admits the rebel tosa tone 600 killed and wound, edit Mill Springj It is rumored tl *i« QM4 ., fA^atffJBf...

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. — 30 January 1862

•BHW A"." Mi s«iw« hat -YJr» O.'Jfi X9ul /fl it*' »dt r* y^ I Sabbath evening $ for arrival This throwsail the mails for tha a .« country into '&«- first W a of' »a wBPriwsani^ ',.." 1 tee15 •'jRni l^^ii^:r-6«irgeai»t .Gordon's Lecture last Saturday evening on "The!vQ. *UN War/ was but sKmly amended,, The leV ,*s ture itself was said to be rather interest- MAN INJURED.—A short tjme since. *J man was thrown off the bifi^ge oVerJ Sauk River at Cold Spring. While passing over with an ox team, one of the animals coin- menced crowdiug, throwing the man over the bridge (which is without railings)*^ and as he struck the. ice below,, his leg caught in a hole, breaking it instantly.-—. He was picked up and properly cared for.. b*i-»«' "HOBMD MINNESOTA WJIIT^*."— We are informed by people-from the conn-": bun try, that the tatnarac swamps are not yet fresen sufficiently hard to allow them to go in with teams for wood. All that has yet been cut, has been taken from the out er edges. ..•.' ...

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. — 30 January 1862

MITCHELL'S COLUMN. •r..TYri '"i H. Z. MITCHtUL r. jic-M-n »& Dry Goods, .. ,..r ^11 A OjftJPS, 4JT9 BLEA. & BROWN MUSLINS, •V H)v. C) dtff. JUST IUBCBITKD. ILIMURO WELL-AORTEDSTOCIO •ALICOES, QINiGrHAMS, H0SIEBT, GLOVES, SHAWLS, MAHTLM8, MMBM0IDMBIB3, SHIM TIN OS, irowoNS, L: ',v en* a Complete Stock ef3 W FASHIONABLE GOODS. HI aCBLLDIT STOCK OF PIUTST-STUFFZ O O S A N 8 O E S S ilt^^.-ttiMisirt'iMtt^'i1^ ..(Hi.'. i.i- eedAseerimeniel I W A I AND QUEHNSWARE. [u, AjLargeVarietyel READY-AAOE CLOTHING. ••tjj.ia t&Jtl ADVERTISEMENTS. MIAT MARKET tthe xo*jqU JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor. All kinds of »tt~beef, port, chickens, turkeys, sausage, pudding, smoked tongue, Ac. kept constantly on hud Mid for Ml* at the lowest rates. All persons wishing meat are feasted. IT 0*41 Oppetfte {American Hence. .) Li.'*'-! V**TTT"*« -'I •.' jq k-ii visit tkieplacethathistableshalleontaineverk bounty end luxury which ca_ obtained botp at home and abroad. It ii his intention to kee« the abate ko...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 February 1862

s* .-: oac •.... ft/ 1**1 SWIWHXLM, fOLIV. THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Qtvioa: Conaaa Tmao Avaxoa AMD Waen MOToa SraaBT. joj ocoo. TERMS: One eopy, ane year, $ 1,60 five copies, one yaar, 0.2a *.. 10,00 Twenty copies, ona year, (and ana •any extra to the getter up of the club, EDITOR. O :F:RI3M H. WAIT Dealtr in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, I EBP Land Warrants constantly on hand and. for sale at a small advance from New York prices. Collections made, Exchange drawn atthelewestcurrentrates,TaxeBpaid,&c. St. CloUd, July 28th, 1860. aug2-3m WM. J- PAKSONS, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Orties WAsmxerea Avaxca, Corner af Lake Street—Garten's Building ST. CLOUD Min •»WA*» 0. BAKU*. WM. S. M00XB. HAMLIN & MOORE, ATTORNEYS* OOUNBMLLORSJLTLAW. Office—Corner of Washington Avenue and St. Germain Street. St. Oxaon MuaasoTA. aJBO. A. NOURSE, (Lata at St. Anthony,) AfTlMEY AM COUNSELLOR AT LA W tixoa MoCtaao's (Pnmaix) Btoox, Bran Bxza...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 February 1862

3fiw £i. tSiaud gmactat, JAKB Q. SWlSStftfUll, ItDlTOR. a Februar 6 186 2 "Fwrtvtrjtoal that ttandard *ht*t Whir* breathes the foe but fall* bifort «t, With Freedom's »ml beneath our feet, And Frttdoin't banntr streaming o'er usl" We did not receive th« Editor's letter until Wednesday evening, and wero therefore compelled to postpone issuing until to-day (Friday.) »«jr«rf» tf he N L-jhl night's dispatches from Cairo, bring the news that an expedition has gone up the Tennessee river, under Col. Grant, and that troops have been landed within four miles of Fort Henry. The rebel force, in the Fort, is estimated at 15,000. A battle was expected on the day of the diapatch, the 5th. The* English papers clamor more vio lently than ever that the blockade shall be broken and the Southern Confederacy recognized by England and France. The limes advises the Government to wait a little longer before taking this course.— That these powers will recognize the Con federacy unless we strike some effec...

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. — 6 February 1862

mffSm 1 .rj •A r-v 1 0t x-ociAXi ocrarwrsL PATMASTER.— On last Saturday morn ing the paymaster went up to Fert Abreoombie, abundantly supplied with the "chink." Tbia will no doufcsgladdep the toirirtfifc* boys. Fiwt.—On tat Wednesday night a week, a fir* broke out in out of the buildings need aa a*kUcbeu at Fort Ripley. It was -extinguished before any serious damage waa done. JrUB8.--On the'firat of this week, M. P. Noel returned from a tramp in the Crow $re country^ with about $600 worth of ftir, purchased* th«fe. BAD SIGN.—Rev. Stewart, of the Epia* copol Church, is reported to have preached strong anti-dancing sermon on last Sab iath.. It dees really appear as though a sufficient number of ministers had already been wrecked on this rock to prove a warn ing to others. Yet we cannot but com mend the Roverend gentleman's discretion in choosing the present time for this par ticular discourso. PERSONAL.—Lieut. Butler, of Com pany D. returned to Fort Abercrombie on last Sabbath morning...

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. — 6 February 1862

MlifOH&LIVS COLUMN. u.—.',:.r. He I P1AUW Dry Goods, GROCERIES KJLTJ? 4** BOOTS OJLFS, .*** IUBT lEGEIYID, I I I E AID WELL-MATED STOW OF OAXtXOOW, GINGHAMS, ILIA, BROWN MUSLINS, D1HIK8, WHITl-GOODS, IOBQ1T, GLOTIB, SHAWLS, MAMTLMB, EMBROIDERIES, 8MBTINQ8, WH05I, A ft Complete Stock ofJ Ifltf 1ID FASHIONABLE GOODS. DCEUERT HOCK OF PARTST-STOFF. 1 O O A N SHOKSI if every quality t*iprice.SH AtoedAetertaettef: •UUMWAB1 AND (QUEENSWARE. .AUtg»Tari«ty* RUDY-MADE CL0THW6. .'/ Li anoni eensrUg to pnrehaie ere requested eteaflsftd exaadae hie ftook, which willbe *ry complete in every respect, andis offered T$BT •WOE BUILDING, (Vet* the Ravine.) lis 1 J4Z VERTISEMENTS. MEAT A E JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor. All klaii of meat—beef, pork, chickens, turkeys, sausage, pudding, smoked tongue, &o. kept constantly on band and for sal* at tbs lowest rates. All persons wishing meat are requested to oalL Opposite tbe American House. nov29-ly 8T£ARN*' HOUSE. TtheStowweof HI ne and beautiful Hotel...

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. — 13 February 1862

1 -*»*«.„: sen* Jmmuil IMMM 8WI86HXLM, fpL.IV. Oil .vfe: THE DEMOCRAT a* jmbliahed at 8t. Cload, Steams County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. ..i.:t .i.i !.."• O Tmao A S I AID WAIH IBOTOB STBBBT. TERMS: One fopy, ana year, fivecopiep, one year, turn 1,60 6,25 10,00 lf Twenty copies, one year, (and one •any extra to the getter up of the •lub, .: 20,00 Payment mast iaveaiably bemade in advance MATES OF ADVERTISING Dae eolumn, one year, $60,00 Half eolumn, 35,00 Oat-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 •no square, (tea lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 ever six lines aad under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O IFX^ETTI^Gk Qt all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. E A E S A E A E N ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long •xparieneain Laud Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar adrantagesin theselec...

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. — 13 February 1862

®!w Jit. St0uA§m0mt. •JANE Q. SWISSUELM, EDITOR. Thursday, Pecuniary 13 1862 aae— ,ai~«gs:j-. as a. *lFvreierfloatthat standard sheet! Where breathe* the foe but falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet. And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us OaT We will receive wheat, oata, corn, flour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything tine we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to tho DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishment. Now is the time to sub scribe or settle old bills. fgkggm———————mmmmm—•••••— Editorial Correspondence. Although we have postponed our day of issuing until to-day (Friday) no letter bus been received from the editor. We are, however, fully recompensed for the delay by the thrilling news of last evening, a fall summary of which may be found in another column. GIN. STONE.—It will gladden the heart of every loyal person to learn that this arch traitor has been arrested and sent to Fort Lafayette. The charges brought against him are given in the telegraphic colum...

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. — 13 February 1862

l^*OOMj^[l^M W S. ... „.. 3 WJUTBSB.—the mercury this morn. kg WU 88? Woirtm, having fallen 7° rioet daylight. Tet pedestrians could aoaroeb ercdit ibis, and. went aroawd as thougtftocre wasn't any "icrd" in thesome country. DONATION PARTXV-^TII^ friends of A. J.Nelsoa will pay biiu a donation visit at his residence on Friday evening, Feb. 14. All are invited. Per Order Com. Soliciting Committee,—Mrs. Simington, Kinney, Toby, Kelly, Vanderburgh, Ray mond, Ayer Messrs. Denton, Blootufield, Kennedy, Colthard, Sims, Marvin and Steel. DANCING —Last Sabbath Rev. Stewart in another sermon, explained more fully hia opinions on daucing. He remarked that his former discourse had been mis understood—that he was not opposed to daneing per se, but to the abuses some times connected with it, and that us a sim ple, social amusement, properly conduct ed, at reasonable hours, he considered it perfectly innocent and commendable.— But for church members (to whom the ser mon was particularly addressed...

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. — 13 February 1862

MEDOHELL'8 COLUMN. im. •.»„!•• jg H. Z. MITCHELL, MALM Jry €rood§, GROCERIES IAHW 499 O.AJPS, AM* W I 11GKITCD. A U1IE AID WELL-AOhTED STOCK OF 0 A I O 8 I N A S BL1A. 4 BROrTX MUSLINS, P1VIM8 W I GOODS, HOfHIT, GLOVES, SHAWLS, MANTLES, EMBROIDERIES, $MIM TINGS, *jid a Complete Steok ofJ I W AID FASHIONABLE GOODS. QCOXOIT STOCK IF PAITST-STIFF. O AND SHOES tf ovary qaaUty and price. A Good Aeaertsseat at W A AND [QUEENSWARE. f.'Ol A ia#go Variety ft READY-MADE CLOTHING. AiiOMfMt CONFECTIONER! is deeming to parekase are requested to eail and examine hie steok', whioh willabe ysjty easaplete ia every respset, and ia offered "tWf-j 'Jfl£'.W$?j......... POST 0FFICE BUILDING, y^wiif»mrt^iwstmmmfj''»»'^i1'!'. Maaw ADVERTISEMENTS. MEAT MARKET.* JOSEPH HOWARD,gPreprietor. All kinds of meat—beef, pork, chickens, turkeys, sausage, pudding, smoked tonga*, Ao. kept oonstantty on hand and for Ml* at the lowest rates. All persons winking moat are requested to ealL Opposite tko Amerloan HOMO. nev2...

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. — 20 February 1862

rxi___ \-r JANE O. SWISSHELM, THE DEMOCRAT I» published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ot HICK: CORNER THIRD AVKNCB AND WASH INGTON STRKET. oooo TERMS: One copy, one year, $ 1,50 five copies, one-year, G,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one •opy extra to the getter up of the olub, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably bemade in advance RATES OF ADVERTISING ne column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 35,00 One-fourth of a eolumn 20,00 one square, (ton lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over Rix lines, 5,00 aver six lines and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. CTOIB ZF^iiisrTiiisrGK Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantages in the selection of iand an...

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. — 20 February 1862

VOL. IV. Iij I JANS G. 8WIS8HELM, THE DEMOCRAT Is published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Ok-rice: COR.VKR THIRD AVBNUE AND WASH INGTON STREET. OOOO TERMS: One oopy, one year, $ 1,50 Fire copies, one year, 6,25 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one oopy extra to the getter up of the club, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably be in adein advance RATES OF ADVERTISING Ine column, one year, $60,00 Mrilf column, 35,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 one square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over six lines, 5,00 aver six lines and under rcn, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. All letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. Of all kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed!. REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. 1XTENSIVE Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience in Land Office business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantages in the selection of iand and the locati...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 February 1862

.— -w^- *J fl I .. Good FORT D0NEL80 N KEN! qor: IB .j TA- O E 15,000 I S O N E S CAPTURED JHoyd and Pillow Eaoap#. ," HEAVY LOSS ON BOTH SIDES. GREAT BRAVERY OF OUR TROOPS. FIGHT NEA SPRINGFIELD. Price Defeated and Retreating. RUMORED CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH. CHICAGO, Feb. 17. T. DONELSON, Feb. 10.—Fort Doncl son surrendered at daylight this morning unconditionally. W have Generals Buck ner, Johnson, Bushrod, and 15,000 pris oners and also 3,000 horses. Pillow and Flov'd with their brigades, ran away on steamers without letting General Buckner ki ow their intentions. General Smith led the charge on thc lower end of thc works and was first inside of the fortifications. The Fort Henry runaways were bagged here. Prisoners are loading steamers for Cairo. Our loss is heavy, probably 400 killed and 800 wounded. We lost a large per centage of officers among them Lieutenant Colonels Eiwin of the 20th Illinois, White of the 31st. Smith of the 48th. Colonels John A Logan, Lawler and Sansoin are ...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 20 February 1862

MOBE Good jtfews! PORT DONELSON KEN! OVER I TA- 15,000 I S O N E S CAPTURED! Floyd and Pillow Escape. HEAVY LOSS ON BOTH SIDES. GREAT BRAVERY OF OUR TROOPS. FIGHT NEAR SPRINGFIELD. Price Defeated and Retreating. RUMORED CAPTURE OF SAVANNAH. CHICAGO, Feb. 17. T. DONELSON, Feb 16.—Fort Donel son surrendered at daylight this morning unconditionally. W have Oenerals Buck ner, Johnson, Rushrod, and 15,000 pris oners and also 3,000 horses. Pillow and Flo'd with their brigades, runaway on steamers without letting General Buckner kiow their iutcntions. General Smith led the charge on the lower end of the works and was first inside of the fortifications. The Fort Henry runaways were bagged here. Prisoners arc loading steamers for ('airo. Our loss is heavy, probably 400 killed and X\\K) wounded. We loe.t a large per centagc of officers among them Lieutenant Colonels Erwin of the 20th Illinois, White of the 31st, Smith of the 4Sth. Colonels John A Logan, Lawlerand Sanson) are wounded. The enem...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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