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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 8 January 1863

•TEAftNS' ADDITION WACorbett Lot 11 do do do do do do do do do do do Mary 0 Drott do Margaret Edward* do do do do do ./ tdufMit Tu list ot S E A N S COUNTY. [ftertet.—The letter where used stands for one-quarter.] List of Leads remaining unredeemed and upon which delinquent taxes of the year 1859 and pro?IOM yeart remained unpaid on the first day of November, A. P. 1862, and for feited to the Bute wider the provisions of an not entitled "an net in relation to the redemp tion of Undo eold for tnsot and relating to taxes and tax soles" approved March 11th, A. D. 1862. Part of See. Section Taxes, or I titer tit Block, if Costs. Name Owner. Lou. 4 4 TnWBshlp Town 124, Range 28. W Anderson, do do do Sylvester Mills do of: of sw nw•\| or sw sw}ofsw) nw of nw no of nw nw of nw of nw Beonpre do do do EDELBHOCK't Luthmers Joseph Monti 18 $ 3 96 4 23 6 66 6 73 7 77 7 77 19 20 1 1 7 9 Toicn 125, Range 28. Juscph Roberts Lot No 1 27 6 25 frace|ofneJ2 8 16 15 sw of nc 8 21 nw^olne 7 74 ADDITION ...

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. — 8 January 1863

'•'.V «ff=9BB .. DRU STOR E •000- rpHE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully 1 a»aeutt*e to tha citittat of S Cload and •Uva«r MiaaiMippl country" generally, that lN hM opened a Drug Store in the building known Norton's building," corner of Lake •treat and Washington avenue, where may be found at all times a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT or E I A S &JLT3SFT&, O I DYBSTUFFS PSRFUHERT and FANC ARTICLES, GLASS, SUWICIL INSTRUIENTS «u* PATENT MEDICINES E W I N E S CIGARS and TOBACCO. Braota E would ask the attention of Physicians to his assortment of Tilden & Co 's Fluid and Sugar Coated Pills, as being the purest, best and most reliable preparations ewer offered to the profession. Hderstockand IS of Paintt and Oils it most com plete, the attention of Painters and is respectfully asked thereto. E stock of Patent and Family Medicine* 1 embraces all the preparations of Ayer, the Grsofenberg Company, Wells, Wisten, Jayne, Bryan, and many others. FoR I the Toilet he has all the preparations Lubi...

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. — 8 January 1863

I Governor's Message. Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives: The people of Minnesota mayjustly coin gratumte themselves upon, the continued prosperity of this State, during the past year, notwithstanding the unparalleled atrocities, of the Indian war. In agriculture, the chief Interest of our people, we have kept up with the progress of former years, and our wheal and, other cereals arequoted, in the great grain-marts of the country, as superior to like com modities, of other sections of the North west The extraordinary abundance of our har vests has attracted the attention of the world, to the superior fertility of our soil while every year's experience has extended the health-giving reputation of our climate, and invited multitudes of invalids from dis tant lands to repair their shattered frames in our pure and invigorating atmosphere and we now await, with confidence, the sup pression of the rebellion in the South,for the restoration of business and thegreat growth...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 8 January 1863

Gtovernor's Messiagfe• Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives: The people of Minnesota mayjustly con-1 gratulate themselves upon the continued prosperity of thin State, during the past year, notwithstanding the unparalleled atrocities of the Indian war. In agriculture, the Chief interest of our people, we have kept up with the progress of former years, and ourwheat and other cereals arequoted, in the great ^grain iiiarts of the country, as superior to Tike com modities of other sections of the North west The extraordinary abundance of our har vests has attracted the attention of the world, to the superior fertility of our soil while every year's experience has extended the health-giving reputation of our climate, and invited multitudes of invalids from dis tant lands to repair their shattered frames iu our pure and invigorating atmosphere and we now await, with confidence, the sup pression of the rebellion in the South, for the restoration of business and the great gro...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 8 January 1863

equipped awaits the opening of early spring to dash across the plains and visit a swift vengeance npon the few who have escaped, in the asylums to which they have retreated. AX INDIAN POIJCY. But while a sense of perfect security from all outrage, now pervades our most exposed frontiers, while the sword of the military power is suspended above the heads of the offenders, the occurrences of the last few months have taught our peo ple new demands, and the authorities of the State aud Nation new theories of Indi an treatment and government. The absolute and immediate removal of these savages beyond our borders has be come an imperative social necessity. The moral and physical safety of the In dian urges it the rising fortunes of our State require it and the united voice of our people demand it. The recognition of these savages as in dependent nations, competent to declare war, to make laws for their own guidance, and to hold and dispose of property, has always been a fraud upon the Ind...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 8 January 1863

equipped awaits the opening of enrfy spring to dash across the plains and visit a swift vengeance npon the few who have escaped, in the asylums to which they have retreated. AN INDIAN POLICY.** But while a sense of perfect security from all outrage, now pervades our most exposed frontiers, while the sword of the military power is suspended above the heads of the offenders, the occurrences of tiie last few months have taught our peo ple new demands, and the authorities of the State and Nation uew theories of Indi un treatment and government The absolute and immediate removal of these savages beyond our borders has be come an imperative social necessity. '1'he moral and physical safety of the In dian urges it: the rising fortunes of our State require it and the united voice of our people demand it. The recognition of these savages as in dependent nations, competent to declare war, to make laws for their own guidance, and to hold and dispose of property, has always been a fraud upon th...

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. — 15 January 1863

•7 !.. .: '. \n,[ r| Jilfl all v, •/li': "t *.. a Baa THE DIMOCKAT St *«bliektd at 8t. Cloud, Stearns Caunty, Miaaeeeta, every Thareday afternoon. Swnta TBIBB Anap a aae WASB IlaTOM 8TaBBT. OUttpy.aatytat. $1.60 five copies, tee year, *.W Taa 10,00 Twenty copies, oiijwr, (and eao •Off te tie getter eft-Sf the F.yswat most istaaiaMy btatadt in advance aAT1S Or ADVERTISING t)»t tthnaB, aaa jaar, ••?•$• •alf talaaw. W.OO -OBNMWBHII of a col«sn 20,00 CBM oqaare, (taa liaee or 1am) aaa week, 1,00 Hstasss Cards aat ever six Unas, 6,00 Stat sis tiaai rr^ —*A~m ,mm &IJAI* E S A E A E N •T. CLOUD, MINN180T4. 7,00 Legal Advertising Beat at legal ratee. AU totteew tf baskets at directed tt tat •OITOB. all kinds aeatly. cheaply andtapsditiously MT1NSIVB Bxploratioas af Land ia this District subject tt private entry, and long aaptritaee ia Land Ofieabniiatis, gift the un dersignedpeculiaradvantagesintheselectionof land aad the iteation of Land Warrant!. LAUD WARRANTS for sale at a smell ad a...

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. — 15 January 1863

••%-sp.,, !uimpw,' •*r^r •til *i t.' A) \*v fans to tho 9 M»e. -.7»«T,U SiVfiU .C'U ,' i\ ",- 8 0 .aieai •oo i]0 •h\ )L MN 4 Wkt Jit Claud Democrat OFFICIAL PAPSk OF Tips COUNTY OFFICIAL ••a. ... JANE Q. 8WIB8HBLM, KDItOR. saeagass= izg=a Thuna#ay, January 16 1868. ••ArewrJtomt that itandard thtet Where breath* the foe but falls it/on w, WUh Freedom'a eotl btntatk our feet. And Freedom?e banner streaming o'er us!" il as*r We Mil receive wheat, oats, corn ei wKM batter, egg*, or anything alia we eon use, in payment of subscrip- DEMOCRAT or debte due the establishment. Now is the time to sub •moo ^ribe or tettle old bills. i-'uili','Oa«iiM^^MM^i^^^w—^M———^——— .—.toJ THCWUBltKABOlTI OF THE KOITOR. cc By the folkwiog extracti from the St. jc ba! Pan! dailies of Sunday, it will be seen 7/ hoi the editor is "marching on:" P»sa6MAfc,^Mrt. Swisshelm, of the St. Cloud DIMOCBAT, game to tews on Friday even ing, end toft yesterday morning for the East, en a lecturing tour.—Prat. ?.« ., Mm. Jui...

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. — 15 January 1863

JMWIWW-*.*mM H,.,III iy-)gpm '),»ywif bri »w *i ladi 4 Of. $1 is .»: jrl :*.' ..s *»-a»^**««* s^"* wonwrtTAmA CENTRAL RAIL ROAD. 82s MILlft DOUBLE TRAfK, nMPM BIB ^mffi order to keep pas* with the demands of traveling pablia, the managers of this route have added maay improvements CLAM ROUTE te all the Eastern cities. Tha „. trastfestoaa seilastsd, aad satirely frts from so•• TarOo Jrally W I from m,c nrwBrooH to raH.iiww.PHu (with sloes connections from Western Cities,) CM ar a direct ts New York, "sa for ^tkttimdrt tit- Waihlnftoii. From Pittsburg to Now York one train runs daily. (430 aulas.) sin Allsatown, without ehaaga ofears* UMMM iMucf or tu OTHE ROUTES"o"The daily trains from -s PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK. Tickets for sale te Boston by Boat or Rail. Boattickets good on any of the soundlines. Fart to all point* as Low at any Routt. m?Jtt^TTST3r ON NIOHT TRAINS TO PmUa4*e\-Wfw York and Baltimore. MAGOAGE CHUCKED THROUGH AND TRANSFERRED FREE. yR-EtltQ-IITS. By this Route Freight...

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. — 15 January 1863

,"*,w*•!lr3ft*'S^^," jba'rl A. ^NESKDRM SCOR E TBUIB UNDERSIGNED weald reeueetfnlly the cltiseu* of St. Cload and •Upper Mississippi country" generally, thtt he hM opened a Drug 8tore in Uis building knows ss "Oorton't building," corner of Lake COMPLET1 ASSORTMENT OK CHEMICALS. 0?SJ3!!qr^Sf O I DY^STUFFS, PERTUMERY tad FANCY ARTICLES, GLASS, IMSTRUIERTS SOMICAL I N E I I N E S A *B^»». a*a^»m' a^a«^a«a^a*.^m. aW&^saw XiiQirbfes, CIGARS and TOBACCO. 1 would Mk the attention of Physicians to Ms assortment of Tildon ft Col's fluid Kutreeta nnd Sugar Coated Pills* ns being the purest, best and most reliable preparations ever offered to the profession. Bdorstockandfthe IS PainU and Oil* is. most com plete, attention of Painters and is respectfully naked thereto THE stock of Patent and Family Medicine* embraces all the preparations of Ayer, the Qrssfsnberg Company, Wells, Wisten, Jayne, Bryan, and many others. FoR the TbtUt he has all jhefpreparations Lubine," Harrison, Wright, Basin,...

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. — 22 January 1863

»*T*"iinnn»'twrt,mM««n»,» «r. W O V-«*WWHWWWIMIWI»« IP crrvv LTL JAtf* g. 8WI85HSLM, iii i' 5 3 so- VfJL NO, 26. THE DEMOCRAT poWUhed at St. Cloud, Stearas Couaty, Miaaesota, I W Thursday afteraooa. Ovvoca OOBBIB TBIBB Avaara ABB Wasn ISOTOB STBBB*. .'•« I. oooo TERM*: OM OOBJ. OBB 7«M. flea eosioo, year. $1.60 e.tt *1W* tweaty eepioa, one yoar, (aa4 aae oas/cetre ll the getter up •***fMk wlab. W fayaeat aait iavaalebly boaedeia advaate 1ATBS OF ADV1STI8INQ §«e •olaaia, oae jear, ftMreel.aa. taj. harts if [a --'-p- Tewa lots for sets ia St. Cloud. via41.tr 1" A. IVA5S. O S O N BROTHERS, A E S E E S 04.reaU Jarraatss \IALIUS ia Castern snd Foreign Exchange, I g«»elutionery and Half Breed Scrip, Lend State Serlp, Coin, Benk Notes Cni tel Stete Bonds. Highest price paid for all 4asrlptlea of Uocurrent funds v4n41-ly H. W A I Afcsier /a Forty* and Domestic Exchange, •/•ggpg Lead Warrants constantly on band K^ead er-eale at small aJvsncefrom New fork prieoi. Collection* aade, Exchange 0y...

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. — 22 January 1863

•^H^TTT^teTTsra "nfl,":' ..-. ._. A out a paper and called for A. C. llahu. Where is A. 0. Hahn f" He was a fine looking man, and was, when the offioer en tered, stand'ng by my side. Said he, Browolow, I suppose my-time has come, to agaiu. 1 should like to have the Methodist minis tot of my circuit to come and pray with Me, and read a chapter from the llible to me." I told biin it was a reasonable re» 4-icst, and to ask the officer for the privil ege. Ho did so. 4, No," said the officer, '•wo don't allow any praying for d—d Uuion-shrleking scoundrels. You shall die without the benefit of clergy." When they reached the scaffold, a vutiken, whiskey-bloated chaplain of one of their reginieutA mounted the scaffold and said Fellow countrymon, I am au thorised to say that this unfortunate man regrets bis course, and has been led into it by union men and. newspapers." This was intended as a hit at me, as the editor of a newspaper, aod Hahn was one of my sibscribers. This chaplain supposed ...

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. — 22 January 1863

a fox in A COURT HOUSE. I Notice is hereby given that Sealed Proposals with a Plan accompanying the same, will be received by the County Commissioner* of Stearfts'County, Minnesota, on the Twenty sixth (26th) 4iy. of January, 18t3, at their Office in St. Cloud in said County, for BUILD ING A COURT HOUSE on Columbia Square, in said St. Cloud. Said Building to be not less ihan Fifty T50] feet square. Two stories high, Twenty-eight [28] feet walls. The pay meat tor the bui'ding and completing the same to be made ont of Real Estate, situated on said Columbia Square. Said Proposals to state the least amount of said' real estate for which they will build the same, and nave said building cwaiplett'd on or before the First day of Janu ary, lsoi. ThefirstStory to befinishedfor nil [it] suitable and convenient Offices:—the Second Story te be finished »f a Court Room. S*id Building to be built of wood or brick, with a itone basement -r with one double fire proof vault in the first story. Each ...

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. — 22 January 1863

•^•Tr^r^s*.* N£lf BRU6 STOE E rpHI UNDERSIGNED woold respectfully 1 O N to tlit eittsen* of 8C Cloud tad 'Upper Mississippi country" generally, that b«« has opoaodftDrug Storo in the building known "Gorton's building," corner of Lftko COMFLBTS ASSORTMENT or E I A S A N O I D*ESTUFF8, PERFUMERY and FANCY! ARTtCLftf, GLASS, SURGICAL IISTMIHTS mi flTEUT «EMCr«E$ FPI2AWTNB1S CIGARS and TOBACCO. Sraets would ask the attention of Physicians hie assertmeat of Tilden A Co.'• Fluid and »Jger Coated Pills, as being the purest, best and most reliable preparations ofer offered to the profession. TJIS stock of Paints and Oils is most com plots, sad the attention of Painters and Buttdirs in respectfully asked thereto'. rlUUt stoek of Pat** and Family Medicine* I embraces all the preparation* of Ayer, the Grafeaberg Company, Wells, Wis ten, Jayne, Bryan, and many others. IV)K tho- Tkitethfht* nit the preparations of Lobinr, Htorlson, Wright, Basin, and •other celebrated Perfumers .Fancy Soap, Bart...

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. — 29 January 1863

n- .' ft ...,.,: ,, tUfaul, I •JI( 5 I J. ,. ledi in baaul art,' snj} ,M §L *i •woa*-s •.• .'- a '!-. Ki KUfc I'r-mi \ni i»vIAHK ft. SWI88HELM, jnemviii.u'o .»:.ii.-.'ti .: .:•' ..: .. '-. a THE DEMOCRAT publish*! at 8t. Cloud, Stearns County, MiQnMat* a?try Thursday afternoon. T«i*n.ATMnrn- AKD W*1" maroji STEIKT. I* OQOO TERMS: One eopy, ene year* $ *.* five eopiee, one year, Ten ~x Twenty eopies.ene year, \%*A one •©py extra to the getter up of the elub, T\EALER8 in Eastern and Foreign Exchange, Revolutionary and Half Breed Scrip, Land Warrants, Stat. Scrip, Coin, Bank Notes, Un*. a. 1 Btatss Bonds. Highest price paid for aH dooription of Uncurrent funds v4n4r-iy "HTCTWAIT /Ualsr in Foreign and Domestic Exchange, I EEP3 Land Warrants constantly on hand and or sale small advance from New T»rW prloes. Collections made, Exchange Jr«WnaUhelowe3tcurrentrate»,Taxe«paid,&c. St. Cloud, July 28tn, 18G0. .e.u|2-am JVM. J. PARSONS, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Ornoi WASHINOTOM A I, revrer ef Lake...

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. — 29 January 1863

...Mi ,'.\ -(fc i.-—U^JftL.S* -»'_ •««***«-". P. I »7 .'./,'. SZK f. \«v. %ae JtK* She JW Ctoitt glemimt OFFICIAL PAPKk OF TttS COUSTY. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITT. fry JANE O. SWISSHELM, BMTOK. Thursday, January 2 8 1808. *'Fi»MrJU«tih*t$Un4arisheet I Where br—thee the J** butfaUe before us. With Freedom's til beneath our feet. And Freedom's banner ttreaming e'er ue /•Square, WSMT We will reoeivo wheat, oats, cornplan flour, wood, good batter, eggs, or anything eUo we oan DM, in payment of subscrip tions to too DEMOCRAT or debt* doe the establishment. Now ia the time to sub eribe or settle old bill*. ••—a»ry eMtMtmi* Ifowe! Gen. Hooker has taken Command of the Arm of the potomao, and iained hia addreat to the soldiers. Geo. Butler ia to be again sent to New* Orleans, and Gen. Banks will go to Texas.. Caseins M. Clay ia to resign his General a hip, and will return to Russia in place of Cameron, resigned. The Senate bill for removing the Indi ans from the State of Minnesota, and in de...

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. — 29 January 1863

rt I COURT HOUSE ta Jtetico hereby gitea that Sealed Proposals .wits) 1 accompanying th« same, will be received by the County Commissioners of Stasias County, Minnesota, on -the Tweuty •txth (»4h.)~day of January, 1868, at jheir Office ta Si. Claud ta said County, for BUILD a A COURT HOU8B on Columbia Square, ta aaid St. Cloud. Said Building to bo not lees than Fifty T50] feet square. Two stoma *!*, Twenty-tight l«8] feet wall*. The pay saeaa far the building and computing the same So be mads out of Bcal Estate, situated oft slid CetambUSqn.ro. Said Proposals to state the 5 5 7 of said.real oftttto for which they will build the same, aad nare building aosnpieted on or before the day of Janu ary, 1864. The 8rst Story to b* finished for Stat f«l suitable and convenient Offices —the tOjoMd Story to be finished for a Court Room •aid Buillioa to be ruilt of wood or brick. mil* a stooalaaemoat Wltn one double fire proof fault in the first story. Each proposal or bid must contain the names...

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. — 29 January 1863

WMNMMMMM •-?T• DRUGSTOR E •eee- HE UNDERSIGNED would aaoonnoe the. citliens of 8tvCloud a W 8 tte4in kdown "Gorton's buildlifg," corner of Lake street aad Washington avsnue, where nay bo COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ^f°I!ijM CHEMICAL,*, ,6U :P-aVXNTTS, OIXi, Ijrjr8TUFFS, PERFUMERY tad PANCT ARTICLE*. GLASS, 7 ,.. iMfiiOL nsrmnTs««' 3PTJjipii W N I E S CIGARS and I TOBACCO.' B•acts E would ask the attention of Physicians to his assortment of Tilden A Co.'s Fluid and Sugar Coated Pills, as being the purest, best and .most reliable preparations orer elfeted to the profession. Hderstockanofthe IS Puimu and Oilt is most com plete, attention of Painters and is respectfully asked thereto. THE stook of Patent and Family Medicine* embraces all the preparations of Ayer, the Grmfeoeefg Company, Wells, Wisten, Jayne, Bryan, ami many ethers. Rthe Toilet ha has ati the preparations of Labine. Harrison, Wright, Basin, and mm celebrated Perfumers—Fancy Soap, Burnett's Ceeoaine, Cocoa Pomade.-r-Hair, Flesh a...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Cloud Democrat. — 5 February 1863

I* y, rJ \f tJMU4UJUU55» ii .^»br»)jjv t- •d'l Mvw H*l sober 3 at* "ej*t» kna aw td :.**»£.• tt?NwJ*u*« 41 :tJM**B: 1 a. SWI9SHELM, .. v- :fl JO i#. I ffiESEm*- to 0I :.! THE DEMOCRAT at' »-«VU*6jd at .8t,.. Cleud, Stearna Count go.14 Minnesota, everj Thursday afternoon. COB^'W *tyi»i'A.]f^»w'« **n WASH- «J*s I "'^(frp—~ Sc ir.«o^ TERM*: -i ^W^pJtia*Wn $1,60 9tv« oapite, .: Tea 10,00 Twenty eopiea. sue year. (*»fl •any extra to. the getter up i^« *?,' mitia OF ADviRtisiNO A f%7totataMt invaaiaaly bemade iaadvance '. colaaa. one year, $0O,OJ HOfeaTamn. 85,00 Oae-fcarth af a! eolosnn tO.QO aaa square, (tea liaM or last) eac week. 1,00 easiness Card* aot over si* line*. 5,00 •*ar d« Unas and undor tea, 7,00 Lagal Advertising Doao at legal rate*. All letter* of business to bo directed to the BDITOR. wf all kinds neatly. ebeapty and expeditiously ,.-« .:-. -J txaeoted. ABatl* ESTATE AGENCY, 91. CLOUD. MISNESOIi- fp&TBKSlVI Cxploratioas of land in this Oiatrtci saajaot to private oatr...

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. — 5 February 1863

\riv I ..'K J- Writ: €ifcnr "fwwmt OFFICIAL PAPER jj^ THE COUNTY. OFFICtAL' PAPER *)f TUB ClTl\ JANE G. SWISSIIBLM. EDITOR. fhursduy, Febuar 5 1868. "Fbremerjfoat that standard ehset.' Where breathes the foe but fall* be/ore us, With Fteidoni's beneath our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!" 4 W We will receive wheat, oats, corn flour, wood, good butter, eggs, or anything •!«*«•, can use, in payment of subscript tieas to the LSMOCJULT or debt* due theList, establishment. Now is the time to sub eribe or settle old bills. fRON THIS BOITOR. Last evening wc received letter from the editor, too1 late for this week's paper, but which will appear in our next issue. It is written from- Pittsburg, dated, the. 30th ult., .and..states that she intends tatting that evening for Washington. COIi. CAJUJLN'S RJCPORT. We publish on our first page the inter* 'estifcg, and even thrilling, report of Cok '/, Carlis, giving the history of the 2d Bri gade,* 1st Division, 14th Army Corps, to whi...

Publication Title: St. Cloud Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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