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n« to the largoty inere.wod and poiHtaatly in alng axpenM of publishing our paper, wo are g«d to and shall hereafter charge for the insertion the eolutnna of THE DCHOCRAT of all calls for pollti cirpublic meeting, society notices, ohltntry and marriage notices, and other similar matters, such R9 h»T«.been heretofore published free of cost The chargesforsuch announcements will bo as fallows: Marriage Notices,50 cents each Obituary'Notices simple announcement ofdeath only), 25 cents notices of public meetings, etc., one-half of our established rates for ordinary advertising, according to the space vceupied. Wehave hitherto cheerfully given publici ty to notices of the hind alluded to, without charge but justice to ourselves requires that we shall do so no longer. Persons bringing or sending such notices to the of fice for publication, should bear in mind that they will not be inserted unless the payment for each in sertion accompanies the copy. XJOO-AJL, I S I E W S DIMCTORY OF M. E. CHURCH.—Divine service every Sabbath, at 10}$ a. in., *nd 7 p. m. Prayer Meetiug and Class every Thursday evening at 7% Sabttath School at 11)^ o'clock every Sabbath morning. DAVID TkCU, Pa*tor. *S» The Circulation of the Democrat A* DOUBLE that of a other paper publtahcd above St. A Fall Le Advertisers remember this. W or all Kinds of JOB W O a a this Office. E DEMOCBAT Office ha* been removed to the Post Office Build ing. This will be found a more convenient looation, and we shall be pleased to see all Vnr old friends and scores of new ones. 'Our facilities for doing Job Printing are uhequaled in Northern Minnesota. To RBNT.—A comfortable two story house, pleasantly located. Terms reasona ble. Inquire at this office. —Our regular day of issuing coming on Thanksgiving, we go to press one day ear lier. This will account for a less amount of reading matter than usual. THK RIVER.—Sabbath night closed the Mississippi. Teams crossed on Tuesday. •BROKE IN.—At noon to-day as Martin Woe-ley was crossing the river, near the Lower Ferry, the ice gave way and both horses and wagon went through. They were gotten out safely fn the course of an hour. RAISING POBX.—Last week T. C. Alden bought from J. Ilayward four hogs and a tpring pig, for which he paid $275. The weight of the five porkers was ISaOpouuds. Does it not pay to raise pork in Stearns County MILL MACHINERY.—E. M. Tobey has purchased the machinery of ihe saw-mill at Breckinridge, and will have it trans ported to this place during the winter for his new mill atgfrniy Point. This ma chinery is among the best and most, com plete in Noithern Minnesota. Mr. Tobey is doing much for the prosperity of St. Cloud, as well as his ow.i. WOOD OUDINASCK.—The late wood or dinance passed by the City Council is working very satisfactorily—to purchas ers, at least. A great many "coids," are '•found to fall short a quarter under the nule of tliv Surveyor. Remember thai BIr. Lewis Claik, the Surveyor, can be found at his shop .one door below the Un ion Mills Feed Store. SNOW.—On •'Sabbath forenoon wc had an •other snow storm, though a not very ex tensive one. Sufficient snow has not, as .yet, fallen to make sleighing, and the roads are in that well-known condition when they are bad for wheels and still -worse for runners. PAYXESYILLE.—Many families are loca ting at and near this pleasant little village. Better soil or a country more suitable for homesteads, cannot be found in the State Both are well adapted either for farming or stock raising—there being am abundance of prairie, timber and mea low land, with nu merous lakes. It is also in the valley of Crow river. Quite a number of families are preparing to emigrate to that locality from Illinois in the spring. BATH LEFT US, &C."— On last Sat- urday morning Jones, the Peace man, left town, for Washington, as he said. His last words on record are, "I will speak here at •ten o'clock to-morrow morning." EIGHTH REGIMENT.—Letters have been received at this place from the Eighth Reg iment, which is stationed at .Murfreesboro, Ten p. They have had rain and mud most of the time since their arrival. They do -not express any particular love for the place or the people. DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. Another Dramatic Entertainment, for the benefit of the families of soldiers, will be given soon —probably next week. Due notice will be given by posters. Let our citizens turn •out and fill the house, both for the sake of ihe good cause and for a pleasant evening's entertainment. COUNTY COMMISSIONER*.—It will be seen thatE. H. Atwood, of Maine Priirie, and Alex. Moore, of Sauk Centre, are among the newly-elected County Commissioners. They are both good men, intelligent, prac tical and energetic, and the interests of the County will net Buffer at their bauds. Both are Republicans—the first that have been in the Board for some years. A CENTINABIAN, ALMOST.—The Eastern papers are boasting of a centenarian who voted at the late election. St. Cloud is not much behind. Michael Rieder, of this city, who is 99 years old, deposited a rote on the 8th inst., and, we are sorry to say, for Mc Clellan. From this it may readily be judg ed thai, unlike the other, his boyhood days were not spent in the land of, and with, George Washington. —See advertisement of wood for Fort Abercrembie. & JOB W O Having one of Gordon's best Job Press es, a large stock of new type and a full as sortment of cards and stationery, we are prepared to print posters, circulars, bill heads, letter-heads, ball tickets busiuess. wedding and visiting cards, envelopes, la bels, programmes, blanks, invitatious, or almost anything desired, in good style and at fair prices. A call is respectfully re quested. I FOR FORT RII-LKY.—One hundred horses are to be taken to Fort Ripley this week, and two hundred more and fifty mules will follow as soon as the necessary stabling can be prepared. A train of supplies is also ere route lor the Fort. PERSONAL.—Capt. Kimball, A. Q. M., ar rived in town with his family on Thursday evening. They left on Monday morning for Fort Eipley, where Capt. K. is to act as Quartermaster. On Thursday evening Hon. L. R. Bent ley returned from Red River where he has been during the past summer and fall.— While attending to the business of the firm, he did not fail to do a good thing for him self—jo'ning the band of Benedicts. Suc cess NOTICK.—I have the '. ity Tax Rolls, of real and personal property, and all persons owing taxes will please call at my office, at Rogers^ Livery Stable, and pay up. A. GILMORE, City Marshal. FOR E S A two-story Dwelling House on Wash ington Avenue-, For further particulars inquire of 2\v tl. C. BURBANK. Now Is THE TIME.—Gold and dry goods are again advancing, but J. F. B*dl & Co have reached the lowest point, and will continue to sell for 30 days at bargains, all their new stock of Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes at less than present cost. St Cloud, Nov. 3d, 18G4. AGENTS WANTED—throughout, the coun try, to push the sale of "The Dacota War Whoop," the best and cheapest History of the Sioux War published. Price $1.25.— Any active person wishing to spend "the winter Fast, can pay all expenses by going iuto this. It retails for less money, faster and affords a better profit than any oilier Book. Address the publisher, D. D. MERRILL, St. Paul, Minn. Sample copies sent by mail on receipt of price. oct20-4w ARMY AGUE DUOPS.—Any one of the countless multitude who have shivered, shook and burned with fever and ague will be reioiced to learn of a remedy. This is to be found in (he Army Ague Drops, ad-* vertised in another column. Glauce at the list of tes.imonials. 3 a ii a a a O Corrected cjrpretfly for THE DEMOCKAT, hy •&. 3ftir7att A. M. 1 2 M. 7 P. M. Nov IS 20 30 2ft 19 30 42 38 20 20 25 22 21 4 20 15 22 22* 2* 0 23 10 20 15 *E(.,lu\v zero. H. WAIT, 15 A N E A?U LICENSED DEALER IN tt-li tinge, Land Warrants Scrip, County, a State Orders. *«.•• E E I N E A E S A E Colt.-.stions and Remittances promptly made. T»X«M faid for Neu-rcsiJen!5. ., Offi -e en Washington avenue, one door south of the Central House. y6nl8-tf W I IJ L.IAM PARSONS, Attorney'and CouHscHer at Law, U. S. Bounty Clnlm a Paten Agent, ST. CLOUD, MINN. PRACTICES in all Courts, State and Fed- eral prosecutes claims before any of the Departments at Washington. $@^" Particular attention paid to the col lection -of Bounty and Arrearages of Pay of Sol tiers, Pensions for Discharged Sol diers or for the heirs of those who have died in the service. Offi. in 3d story, Broker's Blo.k, over J. C. & H. C. Burbank & Co. v6n23 EDWARD O. HAMLIN, Has resumed the A I E O A W IN ST. CLOUD, MINN. Office, Five Doors south of H. C. Wait's Ban GEO. W. SWEET, ATTi RNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, I 1 ILL attend promptly to Collections, and payment of taxes in Stearns and Benton Counties. Special attention given to cases before the Local and General Land Offices. Office efd St Geraain at,, over Bro r's Store. ST. CLOUD MINN. A. A *T, ST. CLoJP MINN. J. W E N S I I A N A N S E O N Will practice Medicine in all its branches including midwifery and operative surgery St Cloud, Minn, Deo. 11th, 1862. J. W. T. TUTTLE, MANUFACTURER OF CABINET WARE. vilding and Carpentering attended to. Hear the 8tearns House, Lower Town, ST. CLOUD MINN J. R. BENNETT, DIALER lit 8TAPU AND FANCY CLOTHING, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS, MIRRORS, GROCERIES, &c. BEING now in receipt of my Kail and Winter Stock, which has been selected with oare, purchased at close figures and with reference to the increasing wants of this section, 1 would most respectfully in vite purchasers to call and examine my assortment. In Dress Goods* have a fine line, consisting of French MevinOes, Crape du Chenes and Amures, Alpaccas, Paramattas, Tartan Checks, Poplins, Plaid, Striped and Brocaded Mo hairs, Printed aiul All-Wool Delaines, &c. Ladies Cloths, Fur Victorinesand Capes, Misses' Ermine Victorines and Talmas. Hosiery and Gloves, Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, Wool Hoods, Nubias, &c, &c. Bonnet Ribbons, Ruches and Flowers. Business and Over Coats, Pants, Vests, Undershirts and Drawers, Gray and Fancy Wool Overshirts, Jackets, Buck Mitts, Gloves, Gauntlets, & Saxony, Fur and Cloth Hats, Seal, Nu tria, Plush and Cloth Caps, &c. Trunks, Satchels, Blankets, &c. Boots and Shoes. A good assortment of Men's and Boy's Boots, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Balmorals, Buffalo Ttnd Cloth Overshoes, Lace Moccasins, Oil Tanned Boots, &c. Crockery, Glassware, Latxps, Mirrors, &c.—a very large assortment. & All of which will be disposed of at the very lowest market rates FOR CASH. vtinlO-tf B. DENNETT. Leather! Leather! KESSLER & RIEIIL, Importers, Tanners and Curriers, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, ARstantlw E no receiving and will keep con on hand the largest and best stock of Leather and Findings in the Stato —consisting of SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, OAK SOLE E A II E 11, a HARNESS AND BRIDLE LEATHER, Tampico and Maddrass, Morocco Splits, Shoe and Saddle Skirting, Belt and Lace Leather, FRENCH CALF SKINS, S in COUNTRY KI S I N S 6,000 Bushels Plastering Hair. Also, a general assortment of all kinds of Findings, &c Please call and examine onr stock as we \jill not be undersold by any house in the State. Particular attention paid to order*. JJ@" Cash paid for Hides, Furs and Deer Skins. KESSLER & RIEHL, No. 300 Third street, sign of the "Black Bear." v6n40-ly Bargains in Dry Goods! IF YOU DO NOT BELIEVE IT, COM'E COME DOWN AND SEE. H. KNOX TAYLOR Has received his Fall stock of DRY C00DS, Which he is selling at Reduced Priee$, to suit the times. We have a beautiful line of E S S O O I S A great variety of Winter Shawls and La dies' Cloaks. Also, LADIES' CLOAKINGS, CLOTHS AND CASSIMEHES. ALL KINDS OF GOOD S FO THE FARMERS. Now is the time for you to buy your goods, and the CHEAP CASH STORE Is the place to buy them. Remember the place: fel8 Third street, St. Paul. •^j^:e,:!sr:rs:Ea:, ALCOHOL, O N I I E E S O E S AND CONSTANT E. W. & L. G. SIMS, All the popular Patent Medicines of the day, equal, we trust, to the demand, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. TATIONERY. Pnper and Envelopes—all kinds and qualities, at prices satisfactory, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. AftlPS. An endless variety, at prices defying competition, at E W. & I,. G. SIMS'. RUSHES, Of all kinds, from the delicate Infant's and Ten-cent Tooth, to the huge Wall, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. All the genuine brands, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. F. R. SHERWIN & CO., LATE SHERWIN, NOWELL & PRATT. Dry Goods for Cash Only REPRESENTATION IN THE MARKET O E E W I E RAPID INCREASE OF OUR SALES, Enable us without detriment to our inter ests, to offer to the trade a scale of prices with which NO OTHER HOUSE CXAJST O E E BALLARD RIFLES. A large lot of these celebrated BREECH-LOADING RIFLES With cartridges to suit, at C. PROAL'S Corner 3d and Robert streets, v7n9-tf St. Paul. HENRY RIFLES. A new lot of these famous FIFTEEN-SHOT RIFLES Just arriving. These rifles will discharge thirty «A«ta per minute, and should be in ev ery hunter's hands. Also, a full supply of cartridges, at WHOLESALE AND RETAll DEALERS I N ':'v' -Tlki#& I W A It E E a in AT BROKER'S BLOCK, Our stock of the following goods is full OILS, CLASS, TOBACCO AN CIGARS, DATENT MEDICINES. C. PROAL'S, Corner 3d and Robert streets, v7n9-tf St. Paul. WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE. I keep constantly on hand all kinds of Foreign and Domestic Brandies, WINES, WHISKEYS, &<i. Smoked Hams and Sausage, of prime quality, always for sale. GASH PAID FOR PORK. C. HCEPNER. St. Germain street, next door to-Bur bank & Co.'s, St.Cloudy Minn. v6n21 DEFECTIV E PA6 E 4 "... 'i -u.r •n^LVj7j,Kr I PUTTY, LINSEED, LARD, WHALE AND COAL OIL, E N I N E WHITE LEAD, BEKZOLE, A A N, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. nHOICE PERFUMERIES. Lubin's, Mitchell's, Glenn's and Jaques' Extract of "Pond Lilly," "Rondelitia," &c, &tt at E. \V. & G' SIMS'. •IXMLET SOAPS, DENTIFRICES, HAIR DRESSINGS, DYES & GLOSSES, A comple.e assortment of all the stand ard brands, at E. W. & L. G. SIMS'. nilOCElUES. we keep a good supply of Groceries, to which wc invite tiie attention of the public. E. W. & L. G. SIMS. St. Cloud Plow Factory. NICOLAS LAHR Would oall the attention ef F.-irmcrs to his various kinds of DOUBI.fi AND SINGLE SHIN, HARD EN ED, CAST AND COMMON STEEL O S S O W S Which he will warrant to clcau iu any soil, to run with easy, steady motion and light draft. Also, all kinds of BREAKING PLOWS. Old Plows repaired in good style. As I have selected a large stock of the best, materials and superintend the con si ruction of all my Plows myself, I am en abled to sell them at low prices. Moreover all my Plows not answering'the above rec ommendation can be returned to roe. NICOLAS LAHR, St. Germain st., opposite Broker's Block sign of the Plow. vdu30-tf THE SAUK VALLEY HOUSE. rPHIS house hasbc«n newly erected ou St. Augusta street, on the Bed River road, and the Proprietor is prepared" to A CCOM3IODA TE TRA VEL ERS with comfortable lodgings and good meals at reasonable charges. Stabling on the premises sufficient fur twenty horses. Farm ers will find this a good place to put up at. St. Cloud, March 10th, 1864. v6n34 STATE OF MINNESOTA, SECOND COL lection District, U. S. Assessor's Office. Saiut Paul, October 1804. Public Notice Is hereby given, that the lists, valuations and enumerations made and taken under the Excise Tax Law of the United States within Division numbered eight, compris ing the counties of Stetrns, Todd, Douglas, Cass, Otter Tail, Becker. Clay, Polk, Andy Johnson, Stevens. Traverse, Pope, Pem bina, Benton, Morrison, Crow Wing, Mille Lac, Aiken and Itaska, will be open for examination, at the office of S. B. Pinncy, Esq. on the 20th day of October, A. D. 1864, and will remain open for the space of ten days from said time. Notice is also given that appeals will be received and determined relative to any er roneous or excessive valuations or enumer ations by the Assistant Assessor of said Division,, at the same place, on the 1st day of November A. 1864, and immediately thereafter until all appeals are disposed of. »t. Clo«d, 25 JOSEPH PENDLE. H. G. 0 MORRISON, act20-2w Assessor 2d Dist. 0TEL FOR SALE OR RENT. THE STEAUNS HOUSE, With Furniture and Stabling, will be sold or rented at a reasonable rate. Possession given on the first of April or May next. If sold, two-thirds of the purchase money may remain upon the premises, secured by mort gage. Inquire ot I A W A W E A GOOD FARM OF 160 ACRES Or more, wanted at a low price for cash, near St. Cloud, on the west side of the Mississippi. Apply to se22-4w STEPHEN MILLER BOXKS FRESH PEACHES* 26 Boxes Green Corn. '25 Boxes Fresh Tomatoes, at J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & COM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ... 4 JfJ _• Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing* O O S S O E S I A S O A I S Groceries, Provisions. 4c & Just Received A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF Spring and Summer Goods!iIS Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. BroWn and Bleached Muslius, Cotton Flannels, Denims* Ticking, Hiekory, All Wool F.annels, Linen and Worsted Damask, Domestic abd Lancaster Ginghams, Philip Allen, Spragne-, ,: g? Merrimac and Union Prints. Hoop Skirts, Balmoral Skirts, Cotton Velvet, Plain and Fancy Velvet Ribbons, Tafta Ribbons, Black ahd Figured i*ilks, Brocades, Chintz, Coberge, Plain and Rep'd Merinoes, Mous de Laines, All Wool Delaines, Scotch Plaids, Alpacas, French Corsets. Ladies' Vests (silk and worsted) Dimity Bands, Ruffling, Plain and Fancy Shawls, and an Immense Assortment of Hoods, Nubia Hoods, Scarfs, Sontags, Tripods, 4 Embracing all the latest styles and selected with great care especially for this marke ZlsT E HrlZSTJE D2T Ready IVTacl Clothing •"•... ..' I We olier our customers one of the largest stocks ever brought lo Norihern Minnesota Hade .in the most Substantial Planner! .-. CONSISTING OVER COATS, DRESS COATS, BUSINESS COATS, .. T" PLAIN AND FIGURED PANTS, PLAIN AND FANCY TESTS, WOOL JACKETS HEAVY PL A'lN AND FANCY WOOL OVERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, MERINO UNDERSHIRTS, OVERALLS, NECK TIES, WOOL SOCKS, RUBBER SUITS, *0. Ac., 1 A A A II A FOR JLADIES' AN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR! Embracing Plain Calf, Pebble Calf, Kid. G0 U, Glove Kid and Serge Balmorals} •Congress, Kii and" Cac» Gaiters, Kip and Calt Custom Made Boots, Boys' an Youths' Boots, Children's and Misses' Balmorals and Gaiters, Army Shoes, *&t." A S J^ISTJD -A 3? S- .• A large and well-selected Assortment of WOOL GL0VE3 AND MTTT8 A Fur, Buck and Tarn. N O I A And FUR in A N E S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BOXES MINNESOTA CHEESE. 30 boxes'of '-Western Reserve." at J. C. $• C. BURBANK Jr CO. 50 WHOLE, HALF AND QUARTER Boxes Raisins, crop "f 1802. at J. C. ,j- H. BURBANK $ CO BOXES ASSORTED CANDY. 25 Boxes "extra" Fancy Candy, at J. C. $11. C. BURBANK $ CO. K.BBLS. CARBON OIL. 0 5- do Kerosene Oil 10 do Burning Fluid, at TIERCES RICK. K) BBLS. BICE 10 Sacks Dried Peaches, 30 do do Apples, at 1 0 J. C. cj" //. C. BURBANK $ CO. CHESTS Y. H. TEA. Ill chests Imperial Tea 20 do assorted Black Teas, at J. C. d" C. BURBANK A & II A N At CO.'S 100 BOXES DE LAND'S CELEBRATED'!4UU Chemical Salcratus. «t J. C. 4- BIJRIJAXK$ CO 100 J. C. $ H. C. BUhBANK-t CO. J. C. //. C. BURBANK.]- CO. 100 tj CO. BBLST N O MOLASSES. 20 bbls S. H. Syrup. 20 kegs do do 10 do Goldt.. .'o 10 do Amber oo At J. C. S H. 0. VURBANK& CO. A A BBLS. SOLA, BUTTER. PICNIC 4i\K) Boston Crackers, at J. C. $ II. C. iWRBANK$ CO. 150 STEPHEN MILLER, se22 4w St. tult Minn BBLS. HALD BREAD, at J. C. 4- C. BURBANK CO. SARDINES. 30 cases and 1 boxes. 60 cases 2 qt cans fresh Cove Oysters. 10 do do Lobsters. 10 do do Salmon. ./. C. «y tt. BURBANK $ CO PRINTERS' INK—ALL COLORS. For sale by J. C. cj H. C. BRUBANK CO. •3.!•:-.,:? 3£iitnet»ota. rnitj tri is ol ••••'.: 'in qo i. .: .I. I 1 £n1 PLUSHACLOTH. Groceries and Provisions, 1 O I S E A E ifi&fr BBLS. MESS PORK, at J:Cinc. BORBANK cMy A A BBLS. FLOUR, at J.C.^n C: BURBANK irCiTx O A A BBLS. S A I N A SALT, at C. $ BURBANK $ @(h4 SKS. O. A. SALT, at J. C. 4- If. C. BURBANK f1" 1 f)f\ S SUGAR—REFINED NO 1 I \J\J Prime, and Porto Rico, at J. A H. C. BURBANK^- U. BBLS. CRUSHED AND POWDERU) Sugars. o'1 boxes Mould'Candlev. 35 do Star Candles, at J. C. «j- 11. C. BURBANK $ CY\ 100 BOXES PALM SOAP. 35 do German Soap. 10 do CastiTo Soap, at J. C. 4- H. C. BURBANK $ C#.\ Q,tT ASSORTED TOBACCO—COMPkl5,' O ing all the favorite brands, at ./. C. 4- H. C. BURBANK $ CO. 0 E S SALERATUS. 10 do Starch, Pearl and Corh, at J. C. 4'H. C. BURBANK CO, BBLS. COMMON, BOURBON A Rye W'bisky. 5 pipes Holland Gin. 5 i-do Freneh Brandy, at J. $ H. C. BURBANK C'* 125 KEGS OP NAILS AND SPIRT f, 100 boxes assorted Window Glass 10 gross pt flasks 5 casks Pruhi'4 6casks Currants 3 cases Nutmot 20 matts Cassia 50 cans Must a: 10 bags whole Pepper and Pimcn: I '10 ons English and French Must .! 60 bbls Vinegar 80 boxes'^Babbittt^Pjure Salerai v\ 30 coils assorted Muuilla Corda 35 dozen Bed Cords 13 boxes Vermicelli aud MaecaiV :50 boxes St arch .'^ 10 dozen 2 and 3 hooped Pail* 1 30 dozen assorted Tubs %&\ 500h.oxes.G.J. Caps—and Ein. "andC "Coke's water 500 lbs bar LetW 60 «*o ehos. 'fl d- H.JC. BUS BANK ty i? St. Germ ,.n st.,Si Cloud Miuu