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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 9 October 1862

c*a TANS C. SWIS8HELHE, •oet-*'. THE DEMOCRAT ^.iblitbed at Ht Clou). Srenm* County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Office COK.NKR TIIIUD AVKMK ANU WASII I INUTtiK STUiihT. TEIOIV: On* copy, one year, 9 Low Piyo copies, one year, 6,-5 Ten 10.00 r#»itv cpie3 on* year, (and one ^e«»»v estra to the getter up of the club. 20,00 r.*y ment must invaaiably be made in advance E 9 OP ADVERTISING O ie iobtmn. one year. $60.00 II .If column. 85.00 Oln-fourth of a column 20.00 -i jukre. (ten line* or le««* one week. 1,00 hi-un*** C*rd« nit over *i« lino*. 5.00 ovnr si* line* and under r«n. 7.00 Letfal Advertising Done at lojrnl ratp«. lAtteri* of i- ineas to be directed to the EDITOR. Of all kinds aeitly. ch^noly aud expeditiously executed. *EAL ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. T*EXTENSIVE I .«•.. Explorations of Land in thif District subject to privuti entry, and long •experience iu Land Oflieu busines.-. give the un 4ersigued peculiar advantages, iu lit- deled ion of land and the lo...

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. — 9 October 1862

JMfatitoMN\\. At- Mi THK DEMOCRAT *abl*sbea .A'di Clou! ireirns County. Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. Orricc: Coasaa TUIBD AVKXUK AM WASH One copy, one yeSrv O 53$ U60 five copies, one yt»r, bYJ5 .AW& 10,00 r#»ntT cipies on* rear. »and one f%^M^«tr» to the getter up of the •tub. 20,00 Payment mustisvasiably bemade in advance HVTIM OP ADVERTISING «$ li ib (WtiteMi. one year, $fi0.on If column. S5.00 JI mfcmm of a column 20.00 on 11iiire. (ten linen or less) one week, 1,00 Mdaese flae'l* nit ovor «da ttnot, 5.00 ©vaf si* linen end under ten. 7.00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rate*. %1 1 letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. 4 hr* MUj» 0TO3 FEU3raX2TGk. Of »\l kinds neatly, eheaply and expeditiously exeeuted. 4EAI* E S A E AGENCY, MINNESOTA tad** CLOOD, «. a:**n Tj EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in thin District suhjeet to privuu entry, and long experience in Laud Office business, give the un dEvcal^ned peculiar advantage* iu*be aeleci ion of land an 1 the loc...

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. — 9 October 1862

tiiivs^i raw-»—wv «i.. .^mwffpiw I andI Ctjt. Qffot's oompaoie* and the at. JsMPf**»P-# madman. With M«Coj*t comum), he was willing to go on, aod didflwattyatari with Xttttot Mai S*tE ClftTkl, Oct. 4th, 1862. MRS SWISSIIKUI —In juor paper of the 26th nit., 1 find a rdWt aud \CJJ per. justice to the people here, who have so nobly nude a stand instead of fleeing from the homes as many others have done that we i-nould be defended again*t such unmanly assault, from a bidy of men claimi:g to be a military organisation bat upon the principle of judging a ttce by its fruits, we should call them a band of outlaws, whose avowed purpose is not to protect property and ve confidence to As regard* breaking into dotted hous- es 1 do not kiow that Capt- Freeman and his con pany .ve been uuilty of such out- rages, fur we hare not b. en an eye wit- ness to such 'cenc* but it is a universal fact tbst on the road from here to Alexan- dria and the valley below us, nearly every house has been broken int...

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. — 9 October 1862

•J I Cql. Onwt'i toapumi and id* *t leftttr Batik Centre. 8JVB CENTRE, Oct. 4th, 1862. *HM SwissHKUi --In your paper of ihe*lfch nil, 1 find a short and %ery per tonalartiale Irom Joh'i B. Marvin, A. Q. M. of the "Northern Rangers/' in which he spaaka very derisively of Capt. Rams dell, and a eompa.iy of State Militia, or ganised Hy the ntinne of this place and vicinity, for the protection of the live and property of oue aud all in tub section of the country. Here wc would Lave it distinctly un derstood that wed not charge all of thise acts to Capt. tvemail, for ('apt I'erger's company was seen while in the act ot com* mining sueh depredations After Capt. Freeman returned tj St. Cloud, from Paynesville, Fores*. City, &c., he was ordered immediately to Fv.rt Aber cro-.bie. "Did he obey orders No! hesick came as far as Sauk Centre, and waited for reinforcements fearing to KO through alone. Sixty mounted men airaid to go to Ab orrcrombie all alone 'Capt. Freeman requested Capt. Ram...

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. — 9 October 1862

mm AfiJi ,m r. 1- .jfr.ysW JAM Q. WIMmiX W j^bHsaad'e* St ClouJ. Stearne Caaaty. tfiuoasota, every Thursdaj afterao on. Ovrice: Cwssaa THUD Avksca A*O W*«. fW» «aj*M. VM JtftT, 6.25 ta 10,00 ^NmMjMopiM. yea*. «»n« it to the getter up of tie MafSssjeieMsi invaalabl* beaside in adveaee Ow eolnia*. oat jaar, $60.00 Rrtfeafoou. 8ft°° Oa«-ft»urta ef a eolaaaa 20.00 •no sqaere. (tea line* or leea) one week. 1.00 amlaaaa Card* wet ©ear six Nne». 6.00 •far nit lines and ardor ion, 7.00 Lofal Advertising Pone ot l#a*i rates. ill letters of business to be directed to the BMTOR. O S 3PItI13TrN-C3-. Of »11 kinda neatly, cheaply ond expeditiously executed. AUAXs ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA TT»X TENSIVE Explorations of Land in this yj District subject to privat* entry, and long aaperience in Land Office business,jrjve the un 4ersijrnsu peculiar advantagesin heselectionof load and the location *t Land Warrants. NDV iiH VSTS for sale at a small ad TtitjcU ou Xsa i'urk Prices C^ut&sftfd ...

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 October 1862

I ," A N McCoy's command, he oo, and did Latter S roual artlsf^'i^Tu Joh'i B. •Vicinity for the^rotfcfluii of the live and property of one aud all iu thijLacciiuu c'ajtni: It nothing but mmou Justice to the people here, who have ao noblv nude a stand instead of fleeing frutu the homes aa many oihers have done: that we should be delcudcd apiiuj-t such utJiuanlj assault, irom a btdy of ue to be a military organization tut uj on the principle of judging a tiee by its ftuifs, we should call them a baud of outlaw*, whosi avowed purpose is out to protect property and ve eontideuce to\ the but to destroy the on«, aud frighti the other. As regard* breaking into diaerted hous* ea I do nut kt ow that Capt. Freeman and 3 company h.ve been uuilty of sueh uut raj es. For we have not en an ej wtt* ntsa to :uch -eeties but it is a universal fact tbvt on the road trotu here to Alexan- dria and the valley below us, uearly every house has btcti brokeu into, and every* thing of value either curried aw...

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 October 1862

if a ituiuut ,. THK DKMOCRAT ***U***d .. at 8*. Cloud, Stearns County, Miaaotoia, every Thursday alternoon. O Tam Avasea ana WA** laoroa Breast. TERMS: $MJ Flo* ooaie*, OM year, Tew 10,00 Twenty eopie*, one year, (and on* extra to tbt getter up of the elan, 20,00 Paymentrnuoiiovaaiabty bomadeia advance RATK9 OP ADVERTISING O column, one year, $60,00 Rolf eoloum, S6.00 Oae-murth of ft column 20,00 •no oqoaro. (ton lines or lees) one week, 1,00 banians* Cards not over six lines, 5,00 ever sia linen nnd under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. %11 tetters of business to be directed to tbo EDITOR. CTOB I N I I Of nil kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. cUBAIs 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 select ion of lend nud the location of Laod Warrants. LAND WARRANTS for sale at a small ad vance on N...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 16 October 1862

ti lv £i, iClail.1 viMdiv, «*tammm .. ni MI IIH —Unnt-xmi, icm#cra\ Ovober i« OFFICIA A S O TIWB CO JANE O. SWISSIKLM. EDITO*. ''Forever float thatttandardtheet! Where breathes the foe but fall* before u»% With Freedom't eotl beneath our feet, Ard Freedom'» banner streaming o'er us!" 8®* Wc will receive wheat., oats, own flour, wood, goml butter, ergs. or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the PEMOCRAT or debts due the establishment. Now is the time to sub scribe or settle old bills. E I A N I E ... or Representative In Congress. First Distri.*, William Windom, of Wiuoaa County. Second 1'iatrict, Ignatius Donnelly, of Dakota County. IISTRICT TICKE* For Representatives, II. C. WAIT, of Stearns Co. LEVI WHEELER, of Mormon Co L. R. BtfNTLEY, of Ai dy Johnson Co COUNTY TICKET. For County Anditor, JOHN D. RODGERS. For County Clerk, W. T. RICE. For County Attorney, S. B. PINNKY. WANTED.—At this office, immediately, a siirl to learn the printing business and one to d...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 16 October 1862

as a KIND, BRAVE and MOBLK MAN. L. Bentley, li. Stone, W. O. Thompson, George fc. Kelly, J. M. Stone, Isaac I'arks, Rrftfurgii, Charles .Sumner, Ctti»rlcs Scrleye, John Campbell, Lewis Lewision, K. A bell, }. N. ^anboin, Robert Tilt, jlamds Tattt 1 O l»J j$gJJM$$9 at Furt AbtTcrombi*, hefafeSMBlu*) on Monday, October 6th, 18(ff ^Mfr'^p..: Berilley, of QrananVti Point, was chuten President, and Mr. W *'nttgv 4f' Fort Abercrombio, wan *JK poii»te«i 8coretufy. 1' king atatad bj the President that the objact^ta? uttering a a K»v« Ub ex|iretNiun to the deep let ling of grntttuile feU^fef the citiietu w| took refuge in Ft. AWewmtibie, towards one who, in their opWion, was inerunientui in having them •n#- llwtr htlptan famines from a honi ble^ death, oi, what would have been more temh[e, a captivity in the hands of the nicroile* savages Mr. Ooff, of Provide net, l.jf moved the adoption if the follow ing: to escape the threatened vet ge.tnte of the 8iyux Indians who atierwardt did attack sa...

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. — 16 October 1862

».»%w«w» J.O. a 0. lURRANlaOO WHOLESALE AND HITAIL I I I IB GROCERIES, O O S HAT8 CAPS, READY-MAD E CLOTHING, IIJLRJDWLeYlWEB, BOOTS A SHOES. STORAGE, FORWARDING COMMISSION A NS RED RIVER O I Agents for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WISFERN EXPRESS CO., anmrs PATENT THRESHING MACHINE. .Manny'* Improved Reaper and Mower, run* dealers ia ell blade af AgrieuRurel lm piementa, Printing paper and Inks. 8 UNT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue end Cliff street meh-'g-lr LOWRY'S LEVEE C.f.AW. POWELL SBAIBAS» HARDWARE AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS STOV3B3S %c, &C, $e.t ft, ft. DBAX.SU BOOTS ft SnOES, HAT8ftCAPS, LEATHER, .. t' Corner Washington and Lake streets, ST. CLOUD, MINN. BflrParticular attention paid to 111 ki at tin and and sheet-iron jobbing. CHAU r. rowiLL. WM. rowsuJB S3 C. SUITE, SHOEMAKERS' PINDING8, PLASTERING HAIR, Ac,, ftc, Ac. All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to ordet in a most thorough and durable manner. Cas* PsvM far Hlin MEAT MARRKT. JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor. All klnd...

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. — 23 October 1862

OtA8£tiV?,|t)JJi.JiTS3 .nr.a/tf v*d tnfri -it ao*fci.nsut. htufa I •IHvib so .f?U nt i* tf«fdN nil •t*dl -. ustfl «•&«» .tn boo nSBEi 5 ,,.,,. *. 8WI88HEL9, JUZS V'f ,'•••' -«ft i»*/ a/.-: -J MR&tl ?t*H^ THE DEMOCRAT le published at Ht Clou J. Stearns Count jr. Aliuuasota, every Thursday afternoon. Office: Coaxta THIBD AVINCC AMD WASH INGTON SjTRSfcT. TEKMS: One oopy. one yenr, $ 1,60 Pive copies, one yenr, oy5 T«n 10,00 fw-inty copies, one year. \and one eoevettra to the getter up of the club. 20,00 PiiT.nent must invaaiabty bemade in advance RATES OP ADVERTISING O te column, one year, $60,00 »lf column. 35.00 One-fourth of a^eolumn 20,00 oil* *pi tre. ten lines or lev*) one weeh, 1.00 btninet* O mis not over *i* line*. 5.00 ©var *\x lines and under ten, 7.00 liCjjil Advertising Done at lepnl rales. VII litters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O IRIITTIIrO Of »11 kin la neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. *EAI» ESTATE AGENCY, 8T. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. EI XTENSI...

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 October 1862

OFFICIAL v\ I «.*«im i—• m-rca I A I W I W I 8!w £t. Cloud gemowat. iti, I =^cr Thursday,' Ootober 08 1869. Parma o» mm COUNTY. JASR Q. 8WIS9IIELM. 10VHNI. "tower float that standard tkeet! Whtrt breathe* the foe but /alia be/ore u«, Wtth Freedom'* toil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom'* banner streaming o'er u*!" t&~ We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, pood butter, eggs, or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishmen*. Now is the time to sub scribe or settle old bills. REPUBLICAN TICKS f. For Representatives a Congrcaa. First District, William Windoxn, of Winona County. Sacond District, Ignatius Donnelly, of Dakota Count DISTRICT TICKET, For Representatives, II. C. WAIT, of Stearns Co. LEVI WHEELER, of Morrison Co L. R. BENTLEY, of Andy Johnson Co COUNTY TICKET. For County Anditnr, JOHN D. RODGERS. For County Clerk, W. T. RICE. For County Attorney, S. a PINNEY. Ladies will neet at Dr. Hunter's on Tuesday afternoon...

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 October 1862

.»d* I 8 .-' •. Cpoet I 1 •.. '••0- I •ta*eafMlaa\e»ot*. A*IS**»T OBMBIAL'S Orrioi, W. Paul, Miun., Oct. 15. 1862. if A I OBDIBfl MO. 81XTY-TW0.] BevwrtJ or the counties still beingdelinqotn| wvonrito furnishing the lists r:quired in UM draft ua.ler the late ill* of the of the United Mates, and ny ot thejltiiens of the State having been driven their homes by the Indians, and m%ny having been in the service agiinst ihe a, temporarily. Who have now returned to their homes, or are about to return, for th of saving whatever of their property no beea entirely destroyed, and in the •opatthat the scouring of the cr ps, inter Tnpied by the Indian trouble* ma as far as feasible be completed, and the depopulated ooanties r*-org«nited, the Drift will not made until the Tenth day or November *t which time it is intend**! that the sime •hall proceed upon such data as may then athaad. ho people of the State are earnestly re quested to All up the First Regiment of Minne sota .Mounted Hangers, now ...

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 October 1862

I J,C. ft C. IURBANK CO inw,m« .pin., ... •»«.».- »,»«—.»,i, ii. ,«, M. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL oiAtisai GROCERIES, DRY-GOO 8 A S & A S RFADY-MADS CLOTHING, E a W A S BOOTS & SHOES. STORAGE, FORWARDING A COMMISSION AN» RED RIVER OUTFIT. Agents for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WESTERN EXPRESS CO.. iJFFirS PATENT THRESHING MACHINE, Manny's Improved Reaper and Mower, and lexers in all kinds of Agricultural Im pleoiduts, Printing paper and Inks. S VINT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue and Cliff street mch^8-ly LDWRY'S LEVEE C. F. & W. POWELL, DEALXKS IX HARDWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT* S O E S $c, fa., !•*., £e J-e., #e Corner Washington and Lake streets, ST. CLOUD, MINN Hy*Particular attention jaid to ill kit At tin and and %heet-iron jobbing. CHAM t. POWELL. WM. POWII.L BS. O. S I DEALKXIN BOOTS A SHOES, HATS A (JAPS, E A E SHOEMAKERS' FINDIXGS, PLASTERING HAIA, Ac, Ac., Ac. All 1- N of Boots and Shoes made to order in a moot thorough ai.d durable manner. Cash P»MtarHide...

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 October 1862

rTrn: 4 Mt OtWtOCRAT WMUia ei 8t Cfoui. 8t«rL» Count,. etery Thuasday *Herno on. Oofcaaa Titian A AMD W A I uwTon MTKSKT. •f •l— nooo' O oopy. onjujear. veaanieo.on yoar, *, ^fft? ejitra «•. t.M *P fa/tncoVtouet tnvaeiably benaedrin advance On*4e*r«» of a eoUa» 6 eo,v*re, (ten linos 1 U3AI» E S A E AQENCY ,.. ,4*j SyWP* MXNNE80XA. **9ay?l ba* .,# .i'•- t^SIVK Eiplorat^oni tf Lund in this trict nubject to privtit- entry, and long BO in b«nd Oifieo busioosa, gi?e ti»o uu ,„.J peculiar advantages in the ••lection of a tli* locAtion *f Land Warrants. N W a N I S torauUat a small ad »an» on 2f*» l'urk j*ricc$. ., Contested Pro E.nption caafes prosecuted be fore tbt local and OonoVal Land Office. Benton, SUjrourae, Murriion ant 8tearnc ftiWoi«tiai:-' T#«n lots for sale in St. Cloud, »3o41-tf L. A.. EVAK8. I.'.: °^r JAMES"'M- MpKELVV. N ft COUNSELLOR A\ LA*". Mfvilj»kMecaUfcuona, invest mouej buy, oil or loan land tfarrants, and mteT purcbabe «nr diipeee of Heal Eatate. v*£:, fc- 19* i*K: ...

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. — 30 October 1862

1 I JASI 0. SW158litUM, EDITOR ••/Vr*t*rjlpat that standard sheet Where breathe* the fee but fall* before us. With freedom** soil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom'* banner streaming o'er *».'" 9 We will receive wheat, oats, corn Hour, wood, pood butter, eggs, or anything viae we can use, in payment of nubscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debt* due the eatablishmen*. Now is the tine to sub scribe or settle old bills. E I A N TICKET &•* Rcpxoieatatlvcs In ComgrcM. First District, William Windom, •f Winona Couaiy. Second District, Ignatius Donnelly, of Dakota County. DISTRICT TICKET, For Representatives, II. C. WAIT, of Steams Co. LEVI WHEELER, of Morrison Co. L. R. BENTLKV, of Ai dy Johnson Co COUNTY TICKET. For County Auditor, JOHN D. R0DGER8. -, For County Clerk, W. T. RICE. 1 *f #J '.I For County Attorney, 3. B. FINNEY. REPtBUCA.NS I On Tuesday neat you will be culled up on to decide whether this District shall give its voice in favor, or condemnation, of the vigorous measures of the...

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 October 1862

fty •ni vi LelFhwWW removed from uf the Keftneky* .rmy, aud c»«m •Fip*in*ed in I in place nenuhnnbeen trwi'edwMa- itkefcer Generals enttitai* wnti- ii W WoiniiarUVnnltUHneUV urge theiu to nedip wange in copied from Vuttela •!-.« ot Nation*, or Principle bid. sJBeJrs of Nation* a»d Sover. Book III, chapter 13. Iu a pre- be *aii*«aMtJMHi£tti« nam* chapter, hiob if rejnrrejt to, the greet publicist discuss. «ftW titleto.property captured by etie enasn^in.nar when lueud in the |*i*^iu •f third parti** or neutral* The follow- In* nectiuU remisetothe slave* of an en CftljY '.' ^s«M ,!-..' *.''. -lection aWt It ha* been observed (Section 196^ i^aft frmay be ohhgtfd- if not rxtern illy yet in conscience oad byiEelaW of equity to ?*££****£& m** booty,wo ivive re an enemy ifh'i had from hip iu a» unjust Twar. •, 4th dm. A'dL. 1814, 17i The obligoi.'ou laaaoracei^i^ ^ui »or« enteniivo with re •ajnra to a people whom our enemy had unjust ly oppressed. For people thu* spoiled «f their Mt«f^h...

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 October 1862

j&& -TZT 1 -"-r-nr^r: mm •ggjgj A I 4 v.- 1 I WMUMMtu^lMfTAll. MS is (TAD'CERT ... DRY-GOOD 8 DATS & CAPS, **aibtf-MAD* CLOTBXNO, HARJDWARU, O O S 8H0EP. STORAGE, FORWARDING A COMMISSION AN» RED RIVER OUTFIT. Agent* for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WEBTEEN EXMIE88CO., «3fFir$ fltflT THUESHIt MACHINE .. .i •,,. '.: I .'• Manny'$ Imftemd Reaper and Mover, and dealers in all kinds of Agricultural In» pl«.noats, Printing paper and Inks. 8A1NT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue »rd Cliff streit m«h2S-ly LOWRY'S LKVEE C. F. POWELL, .-- i»^ DSALEBSm 800TS A SHOES, HATS A CAPS. L-C.J AGklCVltUkAZ IMPL£ti$X7* STQYJES l*y -ri«*ri -J ~*e-t *e: Corner Washington and Lake streets, ,«"»! O D, MINN ii .i .I.I ri I I §jnj» Particular alter V»*J,t\f iff ,«Jv*'' at imaod eod.^caf-iroa jobbing. p„i j6'n CRAW r. rowcix. w«. PI-WILL B. C-JSJ^UTH:, esnu-i PLASTERING tM|£, ?»T# a*,.^. I -,AO^:..A«?. AC All kinda of Boots an 1 "»hoes made to order fa a "ascot taoeewgh *nd durable manner. C»ik...

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. — 6 November 1862

baitJ I a ir»* JAM a. twnsttM, '. r- THE DEMOCRAT •I 9t Cloud. Stearns County, Alianesota, every Thursday altarn won. Ofrica: Titian AVBMCB ASD W*W aawton HTBBIT. I SOOO TEBMS: Que copy, oae year, W five copies. o«t yoar. 6,'i6 Tea 10*00 T**nty copies oat year, (and one copy extra to the getter ap of the tUb. *,00 Feyaiewt waistluvaaiabty bemadeia advance mmmm^fmm fUTES OF ADVERTISING Oie ootama. oae year, Rtlf column. 86,00 Oaafoarth of a column 20.00 one «]a«re. (tea tines or Ui*) oat Week. 1.00 kHiaene C«rds aot ever sia Haw. 8.0© over eis Uaoe and ardor tea. 7.00 Legal Advertiaiag l*f»l Ml letter* of bosiuess to be directed to the SUITOR. O op&iNrasrGK Of all kinds aeatly, cheaply Badexpeditiously executed: aSAl* B8TATB AGENCY, 8T. CLOUD, MMMEfiOTi. IU ^XTIJISITI Ixploratioao of land is. the District subject to privet* oatry. aad long experience ia LoadOmec buaiaesa, giro the un deraignedpeouluwa4*eB*ogoamts* ••lection of lead and the loeatioa of Lead Warrants. LAHfc WARRANT...

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. — 6 November 1862

H\ ^»r, $kc gkmonat Thursday, November 6 1862 ac=fi OFFICIAL PAPER OF COVKTV. JANE Q. 8WI98UELM, EDITOR. "Forever float that atandard theet! Where breathe* the foe hut falia before ua, With Freedom'a aotl beneath our feet. Aid Freedom's banner ttreaming o'er u* ."* W will receive wheat, oat*, corn flour, wood. good butter, eggs, oranything else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to tho DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishmen*. Now is the time to sub- scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, ALEXANDER RAMSEY PROCLAMATION. Br Al««n«*« »f the State of W W I S it ia meet and in accordance with a good and cherished custom of our fathers woithy to be "a statute forever in all our dwellings" that the people "when they hate gathered tha fruit of tho land," should "keep feast unto Lord," in commemoration of his goodness, and by a public act of Christian worship, acknowledge their dependence as a community upon Him in whose hand the King doius ol the Earth are but as dust i...

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