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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 6 November 1862

JgBjpSMTOTTJS or •If JfL Ctmtf gnwarat 1662- W« hold to be a self-evident truth that a! Sseakiad war* bora tree, with an inalienable •fight to their ewa mental aad pbysical power* for their owa benefit and that all lawn which deprive aay cl «se of the community nf their personal liberty or their natural right to the proceeds of their labor, are unit.at and ofratssslvo. and that active opposit(oa to such laws ie aa imperative duty enjoined by the law of Ood, aad hallowed by the observance afgood and great men in all ages. We held that American Slavery ie a comhi aatiea of aC crimee against God and man—*-the earn of all villiaaies"—that it is contrary to (ho roeoaled will of Ood and the Constitution of the United States, and that as hristians aad Patriots all men are in duty bound to labor for its immediate aad utter extinction. We nay ii is W extinction,—First, Because there ie no rule in religion, ethics or common law to warrant the ejntinuance of a Wrong for any period. Second, Bec...

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 November 1862

i\i iT HARDWARE. .-. .:• .••. .„ .-,,/ r_f. J. 0. 0. BUR1AIW CO iu vf w+i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DSS&BSa I GROCERIES, DRY-COOP a A S A A S RNIADY-MADS CLOTHING, I I W A E BOOTS ft snoEs. AN» RED RIVER OUTFIT. Agents for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WESTERN EXPRESS.CO., •3FFIT'S MTERT THRESHING 11CHIRE, Manny't Improved Reaper and Mower, an 1 dealers in all kinds of Agricultural Im plements, Printing paper and Inks. SUNT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington averue crd Cliff street mch28-ly LOW RYS LEVEE C. F. & W. POWELL, Dianas f- Ml ~~. STORAGE, FORWARDING A COMMISSION it i- BOOTS SHOE'S. HATS A CAPS. E A E r*( ^.J' ii W A AGR1CVLTVRAL IMPLEMENTS STOVES #«.. Corner Washington sad Lake streets, ST. CLOUD* MINN WST Particular attf Btion pe'd to si! I it tin md and *heet-ironjobbing. ett/kw t. FOwtxt. WM. towexL ~E3 C. SMITH, O I A S I S SH'iEM \KBR8' FINDINGS, J& .PLASTERING HAlA, Ao. Ac. All kinds of Bootaa»l Shoes made to order in a moat thorough and durable manner. Catk Sw I 4 ...

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 November 1862

ffl TBHMS: T.U tMiilafj*i*#*H«i§ .• O i« column. *52'JJJ H»lf column. •., »»JJJ On»-fourth of a column I0.0W o»^ «.,.» mmmimmmm weak, 1 ,00 vudnesm Oard* not.over *i« Unci. o.jn over nx Hue* and upder ten. 7.00 \U letter, of h-wlne*. to be directed to E'MTOll. Or ,11 kiats ne»tly. chcoplf nOdienvWiUously -»?f v~.~.v«Baeu«aju. t'mtmi4*imii-ti• ff*IKf^tmatf^r^Sjr •.*••'T.M-^iJft***"MlHSnWrAl' tr.\ ii ffi :.Tii"rf HI Mn I ••-.'•: .if.', .« a *j?c'*:.t4- -J TiOMSJ^.- -. .is'! r»*rm!lBlMJiliVMWttio» ef Und in tbi. mamasss: District subject to privet, entry, and hmg A«c-.»n Mr**?***?* 2ibK. C*0rt»*ld4»^W^Ibnc^ a ^BJRfftlToV .alexin *t. Cloud. vffll-tt :.-f» -:«fp~ ... t^A*.*?*?*- S N O LA, O #hf fJc^e^roAi^n^c^-muney, bu* *.ll dt ioai Ian* Warrant*, and 9nia» Ht. Jloud, iu»y -«*th, letiu.- sug2-3m J9JL. PARSONS, fc#j^mii)B IT I IVY .. V'i.|friop.WM«iiOTeM ATBBOW* S er^J^^reev^Oorton^ BuUdin, iJTf "«'i* '"••. IJK-* ot «nwr»no,iAi#fci»l mn. e. nuona ITAMI-IN 'A MOORE, Ottee-Comeref Waabingi...

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 November 1862

*v$u\ *ui mm ••fbrtvsrJtoet that ttantari ihttt! Wktrt hrtethet the foe but fall* before us, ITiM fretdom'* toil beneath our feet, ArJ Freedom banner itreamingn'tr «t.'" ,,..- ... i, jcccrr MP* Ww wilt receive wheat, oats, com tour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything rise we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debt* due the establishmeu*. Now is the time to sob* scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, ALEXANDER RAMSEY PmOCLAMATIUN. »w RaaBMjr, BwwaaT mt tfce tat* vTMIaaeMta. Wn :BIAS, it it neat and In accordance with a good end cherished custom of ear father? woithy to bo "a statute forever in all our dwellings" that the people "when they have gathered tho fruit of tho land," should "keep a feast unto tf.e Lord," in commemoration of his goodness, and by a pubtio act of Christian worship, acknowledge their dependence aa a community upon Him in whose hand* the King doms ol the Karth are but as dust in tho bal ance Therefore, I, AUXANDZB IUMKIT, G...

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 November 1862

fl T-» piw tP W a th.y N to sms. Peunsy Ivania would u*eer have tr«He Denvwratio—wouM nev W fi^f» liff^foice to support and 10 tsafodl thi reberK rt. an I this adding in S 'J^^Mb!wtssnor than thvy could ^•Aapr.t So* erith MUM of the eitisen* who diswrteed byfittreasonable a sheet, they went about dak and knocked the office -Joto«*pC smashed the type withhatcnels t.j W a of itfr it Into the street, an H\ Burned the retuaining number* of the is ••mm., In this manner the soldiers "brand ^'bd that paper and its'sentiments "with th. seal of th.ir condemnation." —See advertise want ot Desert er." STARTED —The cavalry and train for Port Abercrombie left this place on last •, evening, the fSIRRJIADK-*-OForyFridac Ly»d Urea* Heed ^av a farewell ier I oiir CsvJr Company before it aid leave for Abercrombie. J^$^f^AM*W: A Bentle 'lur takes a subcontract from Alexati dctaioPurt Abercrombie—service to com sseoce mmediately. Vtt. A S E or INSANITY O last Friday a is named,*! 8 Bangs, who-has-been ...

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 November 1862

'. ms co, OB.il.Ht in GROCERIES, tu **a.uss AIAT** una s3*«a.xoa* ."SJ O O 8 Jptyfepttf, .ovats ..M') S'i/,M rtuaa STORAGE, FORWARDING A COMMISSION MIBiiOKA.3i5tF!^ AN3 RED RtVER OUTFIT. a A genu for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WESTERN EXPRESS CO.. •IFFIT'S PITCH THRESHING JKCHIRT. Manny'a Improved Reaper and Mover, anl dealers ia all kinds of Agricultural Im plements, Printing.paper and Inks. 8 UNT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue and Cliff street raeh28-1y LftWRY 8 LEVEE C. F.JLW. POWELL, a A HARDWARE* AGRICULTURAL- IMPLEMENTS* ".•..- ." STOVES *«., #«.. #«. Corner Washington and take*streets. ,( ST. CLprnVHINN .'.' 1 »t,t'.- '. ISTParticular at^rtirr raid lc 81! V'i *t un :md and'•beet-iron jobbing. tfaiVv. tirmmLV. rowsaL- IE SMITH, DEALEB IM BOOTS A SHOES. HATS A CAPS, E A E E A KERF FINDINGS, A«-., Ac. n, All kinds ot Boots sal ^hpes made to order ia a most thorough and durable manner. .^^ Cseit s»r HUM. E A A E JOSEPH HOWARD, Proprietor. All Wads of aieat—beef. pork, obl...

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 November 1862

a!" bu: sst g. SVIS9H1LM, '.ri!i.i. Jo krra Ii TMKDEMOCRAT la «i Ut Cloud. Steoraa Ceuaty. Miaaseota, every Thajraaay.afterao oa, Offioa: COBBBB A A W A I I 1MOTON SVBBBT. ,,-?wU Oueeowy, fivBeopiee, (V»°4 or 9 aid 2«,0t W O I S Of »il kiada Boatty. cheaply BBdeapaditfoB un •xeeated. r**ai«at aieat iBTaaiahly b#«ade la advaaca yond the Chick houiiny. But just *f day Sffi FT7, »'.f _- ,',r, rl -l« '-.il.'li K2J •. li ^i--i__:j_ L) I .^ T«:Jtf'lj! '*H -vA 1. O aqaara, (taa liaaa or laa« an« week, bii4waaa.fi*'** not q\«rj«ia UBW |H letters of busiaaaa to bo directed to U»r E I O ..: J. i-j 5S@H3SSS SI. CLOUD, 1«»NES0I%, lis ^«r.7l!). si, /jib i'.e J«.Kii EXOistncinsubjectOfieprive*.oentry,d»Bdelongs TENSIVE Explorations lan in thi to •xpariaaee Load bfisB«aar ATTOiSET & COUNSKLI.OB A1 LAtt **1# W •a**11 »a?l*c*from fork prioes. CoUectioas made, Exchange dr»wu*tthetoweetcurreBir«teB,T»xehpslnl,*c. at.OlooJ, July irtib, 184»o. aug-2-3m ftXl. PARSONS, COJMSELLOR IT L*W, Orvics WASHIR...

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 November 1862

.: ." mmmmrm N £t. €1 Thursday, 0-5 rv NoTefitier 21 O^PICIAU PAPBK JANE O. slri8SHl&S!, EDITOR. "iFofttor/oaf /Aa standard sheet! Where breathes, the foe but/alia be/ore us, With Freedom'* soil beneath our feet, Ard Freedom'* banner streaming o'er us!" We will reoeive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, good butler, eggs, or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishment. Now is the time to sub scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, A E A N E A S E "K'^.S $& IC 3 as I'uolliAMAlIUN. By Alexander Wlmwmmty, CMnr«*a*r tut the Stat* of MIBUCMIU. WHERKW, it is meet and in accordance with a good and cherished custom of our fathers woithy ifl b« statute forever in all our dwellings" that the people "when they have gathered the fruit of tho land," should "keep a f«ast unto tl.e Lord," in comment ration of his goodness, and by a public act of Christian worship, acknowledge their dependence as a community upon Him in wh...

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. — 20 November 1862

•Hi* r- fc*^e«U -1 1 -. iiardin Platte Bagarsmick John Jate Ad up 2 '/'.'.) Dickson Franklin J)regar1*e?er Doe Benjamin Day W ,11, Llliot Leror Estbrook W Gram Charles ftMftltnaii Wm W••••« '. •Green Davil Hills Walticii Harris .men Hoitrtter Wm Hail S Hoover R*v Jcnnioi J. Jefferson Kohert II Kuhne Frederick IMMAtfa ..- lubbesmeier Mania H. nta/w nimi1 inmiiii'ini ort Abercroniljo. Ou the f! L.tf^iL'U.AL UikA lowing SabbatH the ciitiro tmln was to leave for tho Fort. The Cavalry bad vo ted t» go on foot, leaving their horses at Chippewa, it being impt tulle to procure forage for so much stock beyond that place. At.Chippewa, Col. Feteler declined to fui nish Mr. Morse with tho promised eso rt of one eompttiij of cavalry with which to visit Otter Tail and learn the condition of the Land Office, but said he would make a detour in that dir etion himself when on jtho 'return trip, which/, would be in about fifteen days The entire three coinjanu^ of Cavalry II be stationed at Chippewa I ...

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. — 20 November 1862

-liKKV*" fa'?' _,„•»» 1 Amttr-Hf*'^. •,-.*. r.•*:-*•» -VA- V\~ .1 J.O. fcH.O. BUMAAI CO, MOT MOY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES, O O O 8 HATS & CAPS. RVIADY-MADS CLOTHING, TZAj&zyvr JLIR,^, BOOTS & snoEs. O STORAGE, FORWARDING & COMMISSION RED RIVER OUTFIT Agents for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WESTERN EXPRESS CO.. 13FHTS PITEtT THRESHINfi UCHIK. Manny*$ Improved Reaper and Mover, and dealers in all kinds of Agricultural Im plements, Printing paper and Inks.. SAINT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue ar-d riiff street mch28-lj LOWKY'S LEVEE F. A W POWELL, I CSTfiXj DtALBa S IV HARDWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS S O E S Corner Washington and Lake streets, ST. CLOUD, MINN 9 Particular attention aid to all at lio and and sheet-iron jobbing. CHAW F. POWELL. WH. POWl'LL T3. S I I A IH BOOTS A SHOES, HATS A CAPS, E A E SH'tR MAKERS' FINDINGS, PLASTERING I1AIA, Ac, Ac Ac. All kinds of Boots an I Shoes made to order in a most thorough and durable manner. Cask Paid tor HMea....

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. — 27 November 1862

ww BfrJBiTOMK win .wid A :Jjk 8WIMHIUI lid lEj—T35$PrTffTH?. r_ p, fans«s ..'L'j'.'Vg •!'". Fj #A. vu *T. .: 5?wrn am THErtn? DEMOCRAT ^Wished ,^,JM Cloui,Biearus Count* Miuuesota, every Thursday slternoon. ... rtj 9li 116 ir ^ft.:"-'i 17(18 .".'.U.l I (j Off IOt O THI»U AV*H»B A»« W ABB I 1NOTOM HTWB'KT.' 1*4 '.Vuloitf?. htM 11 »|. •gftM'i" I I Ji 'l »"J ft')e •ill I.J »HI«O T*. .• TJftjpi* .- }-•«,is» ..,:i ihie eepy, yiir.v $ IJH ^jt!^!"-«!/•"'••-.-•••iSSr- —«sM 9 eonM* t**"1 OBB •jpftfir* Mfcthe W W ,,,, d^&«Kt libit luvasiablybe made in advance «.••- ATM or ADVCRTISINQ 9 oaUw» o^jfar. Bilf eomni«. •,, Oae-fbartt,:*f column hu4ine«8 0*r.|* n«»» over al* Mn«*. 3fi,to 5 «»*»r ili'linM and nfdef r«h 7.0 l.e«al Advertising ftone aMi-galratw. \11 Keinre^f-ba^iaeM to be directed to the BrtrTOR. 1 'iJOB !PRIlTT13iTGh. Of m\\ kinds" neatly, cheaply and expeditiously ., executed. A BSTAl' Ap&'NCY, ST. GLOUI, MINNESOTA EXTENSIVE Explorations of Land in thi.« Uiilrict subject to 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. — 27 November 1862

&LL&JSM Sinwotat "Forever float that ttandard theet Where breathes the foe but fall* before «», With Freedom'» toil beneath our feet, _A,rd Freedom'e banner streaming o'er tut** W We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip tions to the DEMOCRAT or debts due the establishment. Now is the time to sub scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, A E A N E A S E PROCLAMATION. mmmm__ By Alexander a or tlic State of I I I O WHKHEAS, it is meet and in accordance with a good and cherished custom of our fathers wo! thy to be "a statute forever in all our dwellings" that the people "when they have gathered tho fruit of tho land," should "keep a feast unto t! LorJ," 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 doms ol the Earth aro but as dust in the bal ance Therefore, T, A XANDER RAM«ET. Govern...

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. — 27 November 1862

1 tf„ LOOJLLa 1TETWS. 1 6 ••Public Notice" to which it will be wije for iUuulkcturera and others inter* Mtetl to pat attention. .••••• ,. ttrruRNi W lepubliah the Official Return* of Stearns County this week, as our Lut inaue was very poorly printed. STKAIIN* IIOUSK.—See the new adver tfaement of this popular house. It ha* already *vun a reputatioti as the best Ho- tel in Northern Minnesota, and this good nome will be tar from diminished under Mr. Fowler's management. Travelers will elwa\s find it to their advantage to •iVtti'V W I ta •*°F the Stearns House. •:. PKRMKNAI. —-Capt Lull, who was wound, ed at the seigeof Fort Abcrcroiubie while asw-tin^ a cripple to escape trow Indians hi pursuit, arrived ill town on Wednesday •veuing tat, accompanied by his wife tie his almost recovered fVom the effects „. of the ahot. AT HOME —Capt. Andrews, of Conipa oy I. Third ttegimeut, returned Friday Wenlng lact on a short visit to his friends S Cloud He'is looking very well, especially when we ...

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. — 27 November 1862

,M^c-'"-f}nTr77:i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERIES, .*.'•% WVif*- DRY-GOOD 8 HATS & CAPS. RVJADY-MADS CLOTHING, RED RIVER OUTFIT. OlALtas IK HARDWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT S O E S #'•. #«.. #c #e #«.. Corner Washington and T,ake streets, ST. CLOUD, MINN fjjrPartictilar attention paid to aK kin 4\ tin and and heet-iron jobbing. CHV4 F. FOWKLL. WM. MWHI *E3. S I DEALCB III 0 TS SHOES, HATS & CAPS, E I E Sil »EM\KEnS' FlNDTVnS, PLA8TERINO HAIA, A A«„ &c. All kinds of Boots »n 1 «boes mailc to order in a most thorough and diintble manner. Caab. PaidforHide*. MEAT MARKET JOSEi'il HOW till), Proprietor. All kin Is of mofit—haef, pork, chickens turkeys, ••»'»s^l,,• P" Mu»g. -»moke.l tongue. .*c kept *tijMta«'ly:o» hand »»d for sabv at the lowest rates. All persons wishing meat ire request*! la a a Oppoeite the Assarican House. aoe*2»»ly 8 N 7 W W A 'CAftUIAiiaaAKKR. TITS. 3 cm IZAJ&JDW A E BOOTS & SHOES. )t STORAGE, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AN2 I. Jl Agents for HUDSO...

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. — 4 December 1862

I 3 fotq Hi 1 ii 1 sJg^jBMftBM''1* THE DEMOCRAT published at St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, every Thursday afternoon. OrnoJi:. Comma THIRD AVBKVK AKD WASH INGTON STREET. TERM?: Qua copy, one year, $ 1,60 rive copies, one year, 6,26 Ten 10,00 Twenty copies, one year, (and one copy extra to the getter up of the olub, 20,00 Payment must invaaiably be made in advance .RATES OP ADVERTISING Oae column, one year, $60,00 Half column, 86,00 One-fourth of a column 20,00 one square, (ten lines or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards not over six lines, 6,00 over six line's and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rates. AH letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. JTOB I N I N Of ail kinds neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. SEAL ESTATE EXTENSIVE A E N ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA. Explorations of Land in this District subject to private entry, and long experience In LandOffice business, give the un dersigned peculiar advantages in the selection of land and the locatio...

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. — 4 December 1862

Z\\t Sft Clou §tmmfi. Thursday, Deoember 4 1862. OFFICIA A E O N 1 JANE 0. SWISS1IELM, EDITOR. "Forever float that standard sheet! Where breathes the foe but falls before us, With Freedom's soil beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us 9&T We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip- tions to tho DEMOCRAT or debts due the establish men r. Now is the time to sub- scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, ALEXANDER RAMSEY. LECTt'RE. Hon. J. W. Taylor is to deliver a lec- ture in St. Cloud, on Saturday eve., Dec. 6th, subject ''The Constitution as it is."— We take the announcement from the St. Paul Press and have not heard at what house the lecture will be, but presume the Seminary as it accommodates the largest audcince, &c. All our p?ople should hear Mr. Taylor who is a gentleman, of great re- search in all concerning the welfare of Minnesota, and of quaint, rich original id...

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. — 4 December 1862

iji TiTrtbai»—6i O A I !N W To TBB PJCOPLE or NORTHERN MINNE- SOTA.—AB a number of antediluvian phil anthropista and itinerant reformers in the East—who make it their business in this world to attend to everybody^ else affairs bat their own—are making the mjst stren nous exertions to persuade the President to pardon, not ouly some, but all the con- demned Sioux Indians, our people must take immediate action in the matter, or theae officious meddlers will succeed but too well in their object. President Lin- coln's nature is so forgiving, and his heart so kind, that he would not injure a flea— and he could not touch an Indian without crushing a score of these, besides myriads of other vermin too tuner003 to mention —if it were possible to avoid it, and by persistent misrepresentation he may beStillwater led in attempting to be merciful, to do the greatest injustice and inflict the most misery in the end. There- fore, let meetings be called throughout all tbia portion of the State. At ...

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. — 4 December 1862

r&T $. j. e. it a o. BUHBAO GO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL OIAIIBIm GROCERIES, A $ STORAGE, FORWARDING & COMMISSION AND RED RIVER O I Agents for HUDSON'S BAY CO., NORTH WESrERN EXPRESS CO., iOFFIT'S P»TEHT THRESHING MACHINE, Manny's Improved 'Reaper and Mower, and dealers in all kinds of Agricultural Im plements, Printing paper and Inks. SAINT CLOUD, MINNESOTA Corner Washington avenue and Cliff street moh28-lj LOWRY'S LEVEE C. F. A W POWELL, DEALEUSIN HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS STOVES #«-t &*-, d'«-i «Jc Corner Washington and Lake streets, ST. CLOUD, MINN. fQTParticular attention paid to all kind *t tin and and sheet-iron jobbing. m!ft *?tr 0 0 -tgltli IUUAHK O O 8 A S & A S READY-MADE CLOTHING, HAliJ^"W?-A.I^E, BOOTS & SHOES. CHAt V. POWELL. WM. POWELL. "ES O. SMITH, DEALER IN BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, E A E SHOEMAKERS' FINDINGS, PLASTERING HAIR, It &c &c &c. All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to order in a most thorough and durable manner...

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. — 11 December 1862

bwic mo-ft ta: ..v iiow |M ".Sfdiox x"%^| .* *.5a Mkibo] fa -. THE DEMOCRAT #t V-iMWhed si St. Cloud, Stearns County, Minnesota, ever/ Thursday atumo on. 0»fIOI CoaNsa Twun AVENCK AMI* WASH- 1MOTOX StKBflf. ———0000-— TERM*: 0a« oopy, one year, $ 1,50 five copies, oue ye»r, 0,26 I 10,00 Twonty copies, one year, (and one Copy extra to the getter up of the Olib, 20,00 f*y went must inraaiably he made in advance U.l-TKS OF ADVERTISING 0 column, one year, $f0,00 JUlf column. »",00 One-fourth of a column 20.00 •ao square, (ten line« or less) one week, 1,00 business Cards* not over six liner*, 5.00 over sis linen and under ten, 7,00 Legal Advertising Done at legal rate*. It] letters of business to be directed to the EDITOR. O IFIRIZN-TIISrG. 0# all ki»di neatly, cheaply and expeditiously executed. •II3AI* ESTATE AGENCY, ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA I District subject to private entry, and long experience in Laud Office busiuess, give the un aorsigued peculiar advantages in tbeselect ion of land 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. — 11 December 1862

5fhc £t. (Thud gctmurat. a 1 1 1 8 6 2 OKITICIAL P.4PKR OK THK COUNTY. JANB O. SWtSSHKLM, EDITOR. "Fkrner float that standard thttt I Where breathes thtfot but fall* be/ore us, With Freedom's sotl beneath our feet, Ard Freedom's banner streaming o'er us 9&m We will receive wheat, oats, corn t.mr, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything else we can use, in payment of subscrip- tions to the P* MOCKAT or debts due the establish men r. Now is the time to sub* scribe or settle old bills. For United States Senator, ALEXANDER RAMSEY. GREAT VICTORY IN AR KANSAS The Enemy 24,000 Strong De feated TSUfc BNENY RKTHEATIXO OVER BOSTON MOUNTAINS. t«aet night's dispatches brought us news of a g'orious Federal Victory in Arkansas. Oen. Herron's forces, about 12,000 met the enemy, 24,000 strong, at Crowfoot Prairie, near Favetteville, routing him with a loss of 1.500. Our loss is 600. The rebels are in full retrial over Boston Moun tain. Brig. Gen. Dana, of Minnesota, is one of the newly made Major ...

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