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VOLUME 6, NUMBER 32.
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JAMES H. PARKKR. W G. A I I E N
S I N E S S A S
W. W E S
A O N E A A W
1EDW1NG, MINNESOTA
51?
JAMES II. PARKER,
A TTORNEY $ CO VNSEL OR A LA W.
And Notary Public.
REDWING, MINNESOTA.
Ofllce in The Goodhue Volunteer building
Tt*4L Wing, March 8th. tf
C. & J. C. McCLURE,
A to A a a
RED WING, MINNESOTA.
Omee in Brand's new building, next door to
the Red Wing House.
Red Win?, March 8th, 1361. tf
"crGTliEYNOLDS,
A O N E A A W
Red Wing.Minn.
laF*Office in Wilkinson's Block
n48a May8:ly
PINOREV, W. W. CLAIiK.
PINGREY & CLARK.
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
RED WING MINN.
Office oh Main st.ovcr Baker's Hardware Store
GEORGE W. KUTHERFORD,
Attorney a Counsellor at Law
ROSCOE. GOODHUE COUNi Y.
Will attend to all business entrusted to hisAH
•are in the line of his profession.
C. MeClure of lied Win-j. will assist in all
eases entrusted to his cure the District Court.
n74a n(5-v(i:ly
T.r.TOITNE, riEBGB
TOWNE & PIERCE,
DEALERS IN
3E1. A I S A E
E W I N MINNESOTA.
A E N S W A I N
SURGEON AND MECHANICAL
DENTIST,
Rooms—at Rich's Picture gallery.
Red Wine.
n!6» n40:ly.
W. E. HAWKINS
Painter* Glazier
A N
PAPER HANGER,
All orders promptly attended to and faith,
fully uxented.
Red Wing Jnne 1360.
FURNITURE.
A On Bush 8trcet, near the Red Wing House.
lfipkAl) kind* constantly on hand. Repairing
»'and Turning done to order. Also, all kinds
of Comus.
5,.-
THE CONFEDERATE TREASURY.
A 1*»1BTEB'8 A A O E
Jeff. Davis in a pet one day
Was talking in the bluest way
He loudly swore the want ef cash
Would settle, very soon, his hash.
Saya he Old Abe's in better case,
His treasure's locked up in a CHASE,
But mine is loose and open here
It very soon will disappear—
A HANDFUL every thief purloins,
For,damn it all, we're oat of cows."
BENNETT'S CONTRABANDS.
The HERALD prates much of buck niggers,"
and so forth,
And thus, by-the-by, it's old sympathies show
forthj^
A convertible term," does not often get stale,
And with Bennett buck nigger" means only
"black male."
TIMES.
MISS SLIDELL.
The girl stood en the steamer's deck,
While men in arms were thick around
And from Jacinto's threatening sides
A seore of cannon on her frowned
She badtt them leave her father there
She challenged them to her hurt
She madlj laid her bosom bafa,
And fearlessly exposed her—shirt I
Rebel Style of Rattle Reports.
With dauntless backs we charged the foe
All on a moonlit day
We slew them all, the rest we took,
The otheis ran away
TH E TYPES.
Pick and c^ck
Go the types in the stick,
As the printer stands at his case
His eyes glance quick, and his fingers pick
The types at a rapid pace.
And, one by one the letters go,
Words arc piled up steady and slow—
A i»
JOHN CORELL.
u40» n43:ly.
G. R. STERLING & Co.,
NNWON to S. H. PO«t.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS.
Manufacturers ol evey kind and style of
Msn's, Boy's, Women's and Children's Boot*
and SK***.
Reparing done neatly and at moderate
Ilain
rices. In the New Brick building, corner
and Plum streets. Com') and see us.
G. ft. STERLING 3c CO.
»80a r.40:ly.
A N I S I E S
Storage, Forwarding and
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Wholesale Dealer in
Grain] Flour, Fruit, dc.
Lower Levee. Red Win*, Minnesota Agent
ft* the Northern Line Packet*. Mark pack
age*, care of IVES, Red Wing, Minnesota
n*»
n40:tf
O. BERG,
A S I O N A E A I O
A foil assortment of
BEADY MADE CLOTHING
AND
Cteatle-aaema* FHratthiKjr Goods
constantly on hand.
A I O I NG A N I A I I N
to order promptly sad at reasonable
_2P°P WILKWSOM'S BLOCK.
Wing. June 5th, 1861.
StF
»44-ly.
W W MEAT MA It It S
GEORGE KCERNER,
Corner of Breast an* *mim
RBD WING, Ml^KESOTA.
Ksu* constantly
onjhand^a
*tm, ral
NOT. «.-•!
Hay Cre ik House
STT
JOHN MACK, Proprietor.
«S-all:ly
Shields, and about eight or ten miles
from Neweastleon-Tyne. It is a large
one, and very deep, the lower work
ing being some nine hundred feet from
the surface. It seems to have been
regarded both by its owner and by the
men employed in it as very safe, al
though liable to extensive floodings.
To keep the working? free from water,
a powerful engine had to be employed.
Thisra-ichinery was, of course, erected
at the mouth of the shaft—unfortunate
ly, and surely most reprehunsibly, the
only moans et communication between
the surface and the extensive works
below. The beam of the pumping en
gine is said to have been forty tons in
weight, which was kept in motion by
cylinders of one hundred horse pow
er.
The exact number of workmen ill
the pit on Thursday is not certainly
known to the public, but some accounts
say close npon two hundred and thir
ty. The apparatus for bringing them
up was in motion, and sixteen of the
men had got safely to the surface,when
the ponderous beam of the pumping
engine broke in the center, and, horshort
the Unhappjr sufferers being reached
alive gave place to all but utter des
pair, and last night the fatal truth was
known. Seven wretched days had
been spent by the wives and mothers
and children of the victims, when the
lowermost seam was reached, not, how
ever, without heroic endurance on theupon
part of the workmen, lor the foul air
once and again compelled them to
come to the surface.
r'
HARTLEY COLLIER CALAMITY. ronto Globe,
The moment the passage was sura
ciently clear, one noble fellow named
Adams volunteered to descend. He
found a hundred dead bodies close to
the entrance of the shaft but thein
suffocating gas forced him to retreat.
He was no sooner up, however, with
his tale of woe than several others
went down, and the latest telegram
that has come to London states that
they found every, man and boy, to the
number of two hundred and fifteen,
quite dead. It would seem that they
were not starved, but suffocated andresting
it was thought that most of them drew
their last breath in a state of tranquil
ity, though a few strong men had left
about their bodies traces of fearful
convulsive efforts for life. Little boys
Were discovered in the arms of their
fathers, and brother embracing broth
er. Thus, nearly the whole male
population of New Hartlet has been
cut off at a stroke, for a few are left
except old men past work and very
little boys.
1 have not observed any statement
of, the.
proportion
o.f
There were
down with
.v ,1,^ uc
Steady and slow,
But still they grow,
And words offirethey soon will glow
Wonderful words, that without a sound ., ..... ..,,,,,rt, ,k(lll
Shall traverse the earth to its utmost bound— found is the sorrow that is felt all over
Words that shall make the land for the bereaved, that you
The tyrant quake,
raav
1
And the bonds of the slave oppressed shall iate their distres, nothing will be
A?"!*' v, lacking. It is stated that in the
Words that can crumble an army's might, yesterday a telegram of
Orreblo.re jth
n.n bt.ou
S
let the types they look but leaden and oumb f„
0
he puts thorn in plaee with his linger and .„
no doubt that her Majesty will set an
example of generosity by a handsome
FURTHER PARTICULARS OF TH E
LONDON, Jan. 23. '62
s»lscription
The public mind has been positively
agonized this week, by the terrible ca
lamity that has occurred at the Hart
ley Coal Pit, and the pain of suspense
will be rendered still more acute when
it shall become generally known that
the worst fears have been realized.—
The pit is situated on the coast of cessful, the plan will operate. Bucll
Northumberland, not far from North in Kentucky with his mighty host.
gled remains of their associates, con
tinued to ascend. This would have the f°*?r winds of heaven,
been dreadful enough, bat far greater confusion is upon it
horrors remained towb-
a revealed.. In
iron tore away the timber and plank- **te Picayune Butler do.
to the depth of tome hundreds of feet
The moment this was discovered a
ing which lined the pit, ao that the do. and that, while Albert Sid
earth collapsed and filled up the shaft
As swiftly at might be men were
n*y
mnA
w,a'^
feeling of desperate concern was felt Norfolk, Lovell at New Orleans, Lee
for the possible fate of the men in the Royal, Tatnall at Savannah,
pit. Magrnder on the Peninsula, and Bean-
set to open the passages. It is called P°*oraac *ill roll up their solid bar
a shaft of large dimensions, but.it was
T?OT*
only 12 feet in diameter and, there- of invasion? Let as prey to God
fore, only six men could be employed **m *.— CharIeaton (& C.)
at one time. Consequently, it was Oourier.
manifest from the first that some days
mast elapse before tot wretened peo- A N E E TRAD*.—L. H. Bailey
pie engulfed in this sadden and awtnl Esq., of South Hares, mentions a re-
assortment ©f fris natte c«dd be got at On Friday cent "trade', Which took place in Deer
Asrsagee, Tallow, Candle*. Lard. *c!
no»9««
«.u— *. »-J i«* .1. T."""*. «w*w no neana or rei«r»a««s|twi»uTing wi aata oongnten
tm bwMtatttaaoaabtotBta*. iuaiioo and as day by day went past Either cows are mighty htrh or wives
JOH or I with the work still uncompleted the mighty cheap VimlBmrn
hop^t that were at first cn«ria*«dl?faR^)2Whawv W «.
mmrnrnm^mmmTTim-mw-m,- ••ntK/mmrmwtMmm mmmmmmmmmmmm
grown men ands
W1
S 5
the Queen, and there is
to the relief fund.— To-
How Ken.McClelInn's Plan of Campaign
Strikes the Confederates.
The plan is worthy of the genius of
a Marlborough or Napoleon. It is be
wilderingly stupendous, and I think
the Yankees will find it so. Let us
take soundings and see bow, if
sue-this,
waiting to advance upon Nashville.
Zollicoffer and Crittenden have fallen
back to East Tennessee. The Virgin
ia' and Tennesseo Railroad is thus in
jeopardy. Seizing this the first part
of the programme is complete. Buell
may then turn his forces eastward
through East Tennessee and Western
Virginia, and threaten Richmond from
the soHthwest. Meanwhile Bnrnsidc
has possibly located himself at Weldon,
North Carolina, seized the railroad
there, cut. us off from the South, and
threatens Beauregard from that direc
tion. The moment Beauregard turns
himself from either of these armies,
Banks and McClellan make their ad
vance from the front and thus totally
isolated and imprisoned, we are ex
pected to fall an easy prey. Sherman
is then to strike in South Carolina,
Butler seize Jackson, Mississippi, and
Halleck immortalize himself by a de
scent upon New Orleans via the Fath
er of Waters.
Snch, I am confident, is the scheme
of the demonstration which is, in the
language of McClellan, "to make a
and desperate war." Thirtv
war
rible to state, half of it—twenty tons days more will determine the crisis,
of iron—was precipitated down the To be successful, the Northern armies
shaft, up which eight more of the men nave in that time a bloody werk to
were at this moment being drawn.— perform. If they fail, the war is ter- me mwa suite*,«s a candidate for a
It is not at all surprising that five of niinated ex necessitate. It is the dying seat in the Confederate Congress. He
the number were smashed to atoms— effort of the hydra-headed monster al- H^SxaLM IT?£
the wonder is that three of them ea- »*ady straggling in the folds of disso
eaped with their lives, and that the Nation. But will it fail The Bunside
cage, with their limbs and the man- expedition, the key-note of the gigan
tic undertaking, has been dispursed to tion
Ha^
~r*'^?™i«^^
Johnston, Van Dora, Heath, Price
:«.««.«—
WM^^^^m^i \tS iSBfMS r*«™
°f hearts in the we.4, linger at
r*§arls.
Smith and Jackson along the
made by the entombed are neld, as follows: Mr. Lovelace, in the
said to have been distinctly heard by township of Deerfield, sold bis wife to
those who vera laboring for their ma- Mr. Dodge for a five year old cow.
cne. But there waa ao means of re Mr.Dodge is living with said bonghten
°f. ^re» aweep back the redW.f^£E£5'
E O O N I I O A N E I O I S I S W A E
one of his little boys to show him the and heard with his own eyes and ears,
pit. The vivid. descriptions which are looks upon the rebellion as causeless
,,
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be sure, so far as money can al
,h sympathetic enquiry was received at
A
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'RED WING GOODHU
E COUNTY*MINN. WEDNESDAY MAACH 5, 1862
IICROCS MISTAKE.
,19 e^sisiMB*
lft
of familv. A TLTin
T?
siixx boys of one
their father—the mother Count
proprietyi,t
wmui are IOOK
S upon the rebellion as causeles
olation and woe that prevail in the manufacturing and laboring classes,
ovr,
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0
W S
HISTORY TO BE CORRECTED.
arses should not de made. Gen. Scott,
however declared that the movement
should go in spite of the news commu
nicated. Covode denied Blair's state
ment, but he reiterated it, and desired
to be called on to testify before the
War Committee.
RECEPTIOX OF THE NEWS BY MC
CLELLAN AND STANTON When Gen.
McClellan received the dispatch an
nouncing the fall of Fort Douelson, he
was sitting in his private room, with
Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, the
latter consulting relative to the dispo
sition of ten Pennsylvania regiments
still at Harrisburg. The General apol
ogized for reading the dispatch, which
he did with a strong and suppressed
the greatest excitement.
BBECKINBIDGX DEFINES HIS POSI
TION.—That notorious trai.or John
Breckinridge, late Vice President of
the Unite States a candidate for a
in which
1 amutterly
Babel-like,
measure. which in the remotest degree
tends in that derection. For one,
....~.,...«„»„ „,-,„,*« Looking to the past, may we not shall never consent that Deaceshallhi Tim St. Peter ^toteswaneaye: The
its rapid descent, the twenty tons oflP'^ict that Bnell will meet* with the be made until the very last of all thp *~A*
longs to the south.
\r*^mrmaMm. u»^-_ mt
1
test of the fire, hearing a
€u.
A Chicago local tells the following
story
A young* man who would not be
guilty of an indelicate word to a lady
and much lees an uncalled for assault
one, was yesterday passing along
Lake street, when he came in front of
a retail dry goods establishment. Hav
ing an eye fpr dry goods he stopped
to admire a cloak of the latest basque
style which was displayed as he
thought upon a dummy or wire frame
rather neatly bonneted and fitted up,
front ot a show window. Seeing a
fiiend adva|£ve, the young man nailed
his attention to the article- of dress
and playfully gave the dummy a nudge
remarking, "I wonder if the machine
is alive "phansy his pheltnk9'*as he
saw the supposed dummy tarn sudden
ly round and fade him with an expres
sion of astonishment and indignation MOVEMENTS OF TBOOPS.--COI. Mnl-
t,o
wo girls and a baby being left to poleon, entertain just and enlightened Perhaps, however, he wasn't hun-W
mourn their loss. In another case views and right feelings toward our gry. over five hundred pounds.
mention is made of a father having Government. The Prince Napoleon,
that day,-for the first tunej, taken down who was recently with us, and saw S Commissioners have
by less legitimate influences
8
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a S S
Archbishop Hughes, I regret to say,
fineJ\TJXT*t ?F ^°rt,i-ghti! 5°""
a 8
is apprehended."
In a recent debate in the House
Frank Blair made a statement to
the effect that Gen. Paterson informed
President Lincoln, on the evening be
fore the Bnll Run battle, than Gen.
Johnson bad eluded him, and had suc
ceeded in joining his forces with Beau
reguard or wonld sojoin early the next
day furthermore, that on hearing of From the'1st of'January*to the 8th3ofn
the(Presidentcalled on Gen.lcott February there was exported from
Shi dUnst^ f" McClellan then took from Washington from a well informed
fool S
S a 7 a
loot through the rain. There were campaign has been agreed upon at
some three hundred spectators assent, headquarters, and the bad raads
S
a
r-
Miscellaneous Items.
upon the nnmistakeable lin- ligan's command, we learn from the
earnests of a very handsome face.— Chicago Post, is to be immediately or-
lads in the pit, but it is evident that enel on Friday and Saturday. 1 may the only evidence of good sense that Minneapolis, have been out on a grand
Uiere were a good many of the latter, say with propriety, and in justice to has appeared in his conduct since he
an a justice
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.
SENATE.—Mr. Wilkinson presented
a memorial from the Minnesota Leg
islature asking a grant of land for a
railroad from S Paul to Lake Supe
rior.
FLOYD, it is said, stole the black flag
some of the rebels had hoisted at Fort
Donelson. The ruling passion strong
in extremity.
BACK AOAIN.—Santa Anna has as
many lives as cat. After ly mgperdu
for, we do not know how many ye*r»i
be now pulls up stakes AitffcJrtarU for
Mexiepi W venture to say that'he
will give a good account of himself,
and it may be that he is destined to
play an important part in the future
of his country. Who knows
1 he machine was alive. Our friend dered to St. Louis, and there the Brig- the same bank, hate
blushed, stammered and explained.— ade will fill up. heen put in circulation in this city in
The young lady forgave and stepped the last day or two.
into her carriage. Our friend main- *T reported from Gen. Bank's Whitney has a singular group of
tains a downward attitude upon all headquarters to Gen. McClellan that pictures in one of the frames of his
dummies hereafter. within the past week numbers of Vir- show case in front of his Daguerrean
gimans have got through our lines. Gallery. It comprises photographs of
selv
THE DISPOSITION OP FRANCE, reached Frederic, and presented them Bishop Kemper, of Wisconsin Rev
Mr. Thsrlow Weed, in his last let- service of the United States. seph looks pleased, no doubt feeling so
ter, dated Paris, Jan. 27, says: REFUSES TO EAT.—Russel {declined
Our Minister, Mr. Dayton, had a a public dinner tendered him by the P3?/*
~. atisfaetory interview with M. Thouv- citizens of Toronto. As this is about
na appearea in hts conduct
de
F,""1a
a!
E
a a
been alike true to the laws of nations
a
1 4 a 8 a
... -i-- -v piace ueiwee uens jbati
a and Hun-
a
hned most of, the time to hi bed.— rancrcmanta
GOLD is rapidly leaving the country.
tion and easy transportation, and the
Allied Powers attempt the work of
conquest with more disadvantages and
fewer chances of success.
FROM WASHINGTON.— A late letter
source, says the complete plan of the
in
McClellan in breathless haste, barely ts on the part of the Grand Ar
announced the fact, when Secretary J.
Stanton threw UD bis hat and proposed
three cheers, which were given amid
rebel
hic he"defines his position" thus: against the rebela in the vicinity
0
since.
it statesmen, that M. Thouvenel, came ever, we desire to render him ^ru^n8» near Osakes Lake, above
de Mornev, and the Prince Na- full credit for it. Sauk Rapids. One of the animals
nie(i anX 8Pa««
,1,io,r,?oin
0
given by reporters and correspondents and wicked. And the Emperor, tho' jUottment of a plaee to them might the number of about fortv appeared in
who have visited the place, of the des- really pressed, by the sufferings of the
b.e
on
between Gens. Lane and
a id
S active move-
is an
S a or
8
hl£l A
1
^-...«w cucui inutui«boauie oi joi1 LOO* MI eastern iventucky!I Look at
Spring, the two companies in th«e hot Somerset Look at Roanoke Islandi!
*. *tt .° f**
1 0 1
command
fr°ni
rurallmoment«
be
x,,ee
innerwxv aow his (ra and
STAT E ITJEttS.
The Winona Republican savs, that
during the year 1861 the wheat ship
ment from thatf* place amounted to
about one million bushels.
Mr. Mobley of St. Paul, has received
a clerkship in one of the Departments
at Washington, with a salary of six
teen hundred dollars a years] i-fstnJ
Stephen Robinson, of Money Creek,
Winona eounty, sold four hogs the
Other day, weighing in the aggregate
some 2*800 poUnds$ beil^g aii albFige
of 875 pounds for each hog/
We gather the following items from
the St. Paul Fr*ss The Third Reg
iment has at length been paid off for
the first time. A letter from Colonel
Lester states that this interesting pro
cess was in course of proceedure on
the 14th instant.
TT
a
desiring to be(enrolled in the Dr. Van Ingen and-Jo. Brown.' Jo^
a
he "jV
delay. Donelson was proclaimed in the streets
of Hudson, Wis., by the "victory
SHODDY IN I A E I A flags" of our friend Josh. Smith, an old
committee on the war, in session last man, who was passing with an ox-ute,
week in Philadelphia, found out that team, immediately stopped it, and si-ten
shoddy is yet reigning supreme. They lently kneeling on the snow clad
ascertained that some of the inspect ground, took off his cap, raised his
tors were receiving frora 12 to 20 per eyes reverentially heavenward, and
cent.from the contractors to pass goods after remainig in this position several
utterly beneath their contracts. moments, arose, and proceeded, with
his
«"uenunnu inait quite a numoerr
Wc understand tha quite a numbe
counterfeit5's, on the Branch State
Iowa, at Oskaloosa, and al-
finding
Me
himself in such good com
ssrs. Edgerton and Ivinson, of
a a
succeeded in capturing
*-*o v-..:—. ^e_w»e— -ir utAimtitr^i
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the World's birthday at Ingersoll's Hall, the Pio
the ground thattthe neer Hook and Ladder Comnanv to
ground tha the nee Hoo and Ladde ComDan to
construed into an implied recogni- full uniform and participated in the
the Confederacy. proceedings. This we believe was the
HUNTEE-L^NB IMBROGLIO.-A only organization of this city which
dispatch from Leavenworth to the Chi- «PP«"~ except as prirate citizens.
Tribune, under date of February
interviews haysSfcS
a
that amicable ar-
ar a
-'•/*"s rangement ar« impossible.
S will return to the Senate without
Gen.—
a capturing
hundred and the other
On Saturday evening, on the occa-
off thei celebration of Washington's
on thf rf1aVir«tiAn nf XXr,.ciW.n~*~~i„
a a a
^°,
a 8 in
a
a™
W a a
the bell
When the news of the fall of Fort
Ljea,m- hereafter
Hudson, as the Silent Patriot."
a a
OEN. GOBMAN AT WOBK.—CoL town look fire, and resulted in an al- chapter sixty of the Compiled Statutes
Gorman, of the Minnesota First, has most fatal accident The clothes of shall read as follows:
been put in temporary command of the unfortunate woman were nearly The order mast direct the puWicl
Stone column. He at once proceed- all consumed. Her person was fright- tion to be made iri a newspaper printed
ea to shell the rebels away from an fully burned, particularly around the and published in the county where the
earthwork they were throwing up on waist. Hopes aro entertained of ber action is brought, and if thefav' he no
the opposite side of the Potomac, at recovery, though there are considers newspaper printed and publUbed'in the
~„.. .*„ Edward's Ferry he arrested a known ble doubts of it L\±J.I-*L.
•_.
has published an address to the people
spy, whom Gen. Stone had de-
of Kentucky,announcing his candidacy fended, and took other active meas- Tre Chatfield Democrat notices a
in which he"defiDo ViUnn*if^ ih... uress atrains the rebel a in tl *&&£•* similarr accident a little child of Mrs
opposed to a reconstruc- of his command. Some of the parties Wallace of that town, which was oad
of the old government, or any formerly near to General Stone have l«nied ty clothes taking fire.—
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„4er anrveilance,--
Cor. N. Y. Timet.
Battle Creek, Jf* W J** 7**
^o«.„ «-^r KL. in 7 iMJcmcan, was at Bull Run battle and in eas oeen remaricat»jy direct copy the summon* arid
frem M&MM& compMiwi on the left h.nd '«•f «W| l*«». "efcr» .uoa tht paHonW^nwted to lh. jefendut
battle^.reported by the Rochester *ma neao. ftrfo^ on TliiiraSay, though Arc- be deemed complete at
*M- N !—Dont it Look tic cold doubled-diatiUed, and then is- «f f^ time preaCrilW fo
The Minnesou Second was ranged at Fort Henry! Look at Missouri!— tensmed. 7^ publication.
S!!?!!.«
Easter Kentucky Loo
BasWSsMi
ball. A few rooming, was frozen at 444lI—andna
all brok the the Lord only know-* bow cold it was!
.. „«,«,, nun oronee -J .dittWtf!iri'!"'""* *"T?
a after, a spent ball broke the the Lor only knows bow cold it was *PP»«
otherside, al we know is that it waa eoul*- kneiwn
Th latter threw down his eon
andK»vf"w*
finger of his comrade on the other side alll we know is, that it ^^eow^y^^^™P^J ,??f
S I
v,,»
a I S S S S T«H«d P«»* when the Trishinan *"J havoknowo in dera^ periortai i«rvit% of iff 6f
ham received a pablic welcome from E 5 3 Minnesota. W do£t want to hear muAwtOMtuA aoasptmnt oft*.
va E^ZJSS?"?'- Tn
»"t I «»ora blowing about Hi. -A«ffc te^*£**£*
-J
to to Look at Savannah! Look at the gun eem for mmnfaeaaiiaf aagar fueasj tkw}
retreat given behind them, and think-boat Expedition 1 Aye, even at Maple near at band. There appears
ing it waa to them, were falling back, Washington! Don't it move la to be eoamderaUo nttereet mmOk$md
fell there not Hie tod VMOT everywhere! tkto State and Wlscssisin jsj prewar
K„.W .».._
is to a a good «aa of tho Jtsple
The large manufacturing establish
ment, built at a cost- of hear 842,000, in vmt "W7 *»*p«rw«Yri iu wnuse opnc
But once before in the lfcst' ten years the enterprising city of Chisago, was th*y are taken. All orders' iWa^s Ou
has this amount, in the corresponding entirely destroyed by fire last week, of coifrt mitt the summons and several
time, been exceeded, and that was in 8
at
lo88»
1858, when the export, between the 1st P«™ons interested in the enterprise, with tire ^rkw|thirt twenty days after
of January and February 8, was $7,- °ut to the citizens of that oity, and the the service hereof respectively, or the
735,838. settlers in that vicinity. The entire sante alralf b'e deemed and taken to bp
loss cannot be much less than 960,000. abandoned and in a case of a plead-
INSTEAD of shattering Mexico, as No insurance. ing, tiro adverse party, on' proof try af
was expected, the European Alliance _,. _. fidavitdf ffie setvice thereof shall be
seems to have had the effect of con- J*•
a
sohdating the opposing elements in says: Araannsraed Wm. Reiley, en- party, to a judgment dismissing the
that Republic, and welding them to S,a«*d hauling wood from near Red action, or aa for want of answer to
gether. Mexico gave us trouble en- ""nging a load into the cording aa the. ottntston to file inch1
ough with all our land communica-
a a
to
The Preston, Fillmore county, Re-Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
publican says: One night recently, the Slate of Minnesota
__ clothes of Mrs. A. J. Denton of that Section 1. That, section fffty-five of
accident tto a little child of Mrs..
19 now
'ecoverittjg.
sun tip
reiidenta think waa the cation. When
cryin, yon make more o/oisiiy, did 4cpoiit in the postomce i« mlk*
AanVema wholoahthSlead/ not A waftTather fM%4l*^^ a^nriaa^f 0»e aunu»s«. f^
I W m+ M*»wwmmm is a w«*y wmjm sra«-be
The Lake CH Timm says tbe aea
to Loo at Savannah Loo at the for maimfaotariog ss^garfros a "5i» AprTOvid Fob. tt,T«#f
tob eowsiderabl fjfa
7
1 7 vv
fiiMitos^
asistssaBi
be TJlwicaiof
ti saai'Acr
To appropriate money to
FourthKeg|me»tfofJ
unteers.
Be it enacted by theZyiilatweoftAa
SUOeofMffiekM?^*
Section 1., fi sum of sereri
hundred dollars fjejand the same is
hereby appropriated out of any money
in the treasury iftit otherwise appro
»to®W* jfBsicaiJbiatni
ments for the Third and Fourth Regi
ments Minnesota Volunteers, and.that
three hundred and fifty dollars of said
snnj be paid by the Treasurer on the'
draft of the Colonels of the respective
regiments,
See. 2. This Act shall take effect
and be in force from and after itS*pas
«ag*.- -..• -•:..
Approved Jan'.. 17, 1862.
AN ACT.
To amend an act entitled "Ah Act to*
establish ihe terms of the District
Court, of, the State of Minnesota,"
so as to change the time of holding
the general terms of the District
Court In the Second Judicial District.
Be it enacted by the tlegUldture 6/the
State of Minnesota
Section f. That the subdivision num
ber two of the act entitled "A*. Act to
establish the terms of the Districi
Court of the State of Minnesota^".ap
proved August l2tb, eighteen hundred
and fifty-eight, and appearing on page
four hundred? and eighty-four (484 off
the Public Statuses so Called/ b'e
same is hereby amended so as to read
as follows
1' ::^,
Twoc In the Second Judicial Dis
trict in the county of Ramsey, on the
firat Monday of Mav, and the first Mon
day after the second Tuesday in Octo
ber in each year.
Approved Feb. 6, l862f.
A^f ACi
To amend Section Thirty of Chapter
Seventy-two of the Compiled Stat
utes, relating to' the fifirig 6f orders
and pleadings.
Be it enacted.by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota ..-..
Section 1. That section thirty of
chapter seventy-two of the compiled
statutes be amended so' as to read as
follows J.
Section ^O'. The various undertak
ings-remiired to be given \y the stat
arid the affidavits and other writ
proceedings in an' action, must: be
filed or etrtered in corirt,* or with' the
clerk (hereoi unless the court express
ly provide for a different disposition'
thereof, except that the undertakings
provided for by the chapter oh claim1
and delivery of personal property,
must, after the justification of the sure
ties, be defrrered by the Sheriff.t^the
parties respectively for whose" benefitu
°ot only to the pleadings ftt action must be filed
P^oneerandDemocrat entitled, Without notice to the other
nishorjes took fright and ran plaintiff or defendant"
Mr. Reiley, in attempting to
check them, was thrown by some
means under the sled, and was run
over. He was brought to the city and
taken to the Temperance House,where
he expired in a few hours afterwards.
We understand he resides on Lake St.
Croix, near Hudson, and has a wife
and a number of children.
pleading may be on the part of the
Sec. 2. This Act snail take effect
and be in force on^and from sixty days'
after its passage.
Approved February Iff, 1862.
AW ACT
1
To amend Section Fifty-five of Chap
ter Sixty of the Compiled Stftftftes
of the State of Minnesota* relating to
civil actions.
county, then in the nearest paper print
ed and published in an adjoining coun
ty, if there be one, if not, then iri a
newspaper printed and published at
the seat of government ot the State,
and tot such length of time as May be
deemed reasonable, not less than dime
a week for six weeks. In ease of pub
lication, tbe court or fudge must also'
m%
**n£*m
thai lech
resident**^ms
ri
th,e
publicstidri
UIIDKII.t was tn «»-,
if•
See. TOi Act Jake effect aa)d
in force front
^*&^yor***M**mm<*+1tMA
ar- Wiax)uat»flohussr.
time*l if
hZk
I
itouts froM
__, :«s!
fCuiitlaiiilof fourth a

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