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4 W A 'JOtli, 1 S
Th President has called for 609,000 men,
•nd there is no doubt the occasion was ur-
gent. Jf that number should fail to accoin
plish the work for which they are called, we
must do one of two things we must per-
mit the seceded States to go off*, or we must
raise another legion to hurl against them.
However prosperous* and flattering things
may look now, we ought always to be pre
pared for the worst to this end we rcconi
diate organization of the entire State militia,
that they may be ready for future or imme
diate use the basis should be changed so as
kept in operation we need not have wasted
six months getting our armv ready to fljhl
if it had been kept at work, the present re-
cruits might hive gone into the field
active operations immediately, instead of
spending a large amount of valuable time in
being prepared by drill for service.
cy arrived at St. Paul yesterday, with the
intelligence that the Indians had been com
mitting depredations, and are now in open
hostility. The Indians number about four
thousand, and have become incensed either
at the delay in receiving their pay. or at a
supposed swindle by the agent. They have
been stealing, plundering, robbing and mur
dering. A detachment of the company sta-
tioned at the Agency, numbering about fifty
men, under command of Lieut. Shehan. had
been sent out to quell the disturbance, and
only twelve or fifteen of them returned.—
Tw companies of the Sixth Hegimenl, the
McClellan Guards and Goodhue County
Guards, have been ordered to the Agency to
protect the people. I is evident that we
must keep a larger force on the frontier. I
ought to be made up of our Stale Militia
and if it is true that the agent has been
swindling the Indians, as we have no doubti
he ought to be hung immediately.
A my or the Potomac
From the N York Timet' correspondent
we learn that the army under McClellan are
about abandoning the Peninsula, and are to
return back to the Potomac. W know
nothing of the particulars further than a
longer stay in the present position is deemed
A O E S O N E N E
fnend and urge the enrollment and imme- purpose of procuring funds to be paid
the Minnesota Second.
^CAIIPNXAR WINCHESTS*, TKNN.1
August 'Jth. 1862.
FniEND A E E re this will reach
the telegraph will announce to the en
tire North that Robert L. McCook, of the
Ninth Regiment Ohio Volunteers, and com
regiment is attached, was, on the 5th inst.
With him, besides the driver.
The escort were, by the Colonel's order
or at least a part of them, on the road search
ing for suitable ground, some little distance
in his advance, when they very suddenly
came upon two companies of Guerillas drawn
up in line of battle, when they immediately
charged upon the escort, and run them back
to where the Colonel was waiting for their
reports. They immediately formed, as best
they could, for his and »heir own protection,
and succeeded in turning the C'donels car-
riage around, which was a very difficult feat,
on account of tho narrowness of the road,
this being accomplished, then began a race
for life—on went the carriage containing the
sick man at a foarful speed, and on thun
dered the robbers and assassins, slowly
gaining on the invalid and his jaded team,
when, coming to an up grade, the fleeter
horses of the wretches rapidly came up with
thvearriage, crying shoot the son of
a h, kill the Yankees, and ap
plying indiscriminately epithets of that char-
acter, without atint, when one of the infernal
oooamlrels drew up and shot the Colonel
through his body, the ball passing through
Ihe upper part of his stomach, making a
horrible and ghastly wound, and from which
he suffered the most intense paid imagina
We. lingered about twenty four hours,
he died without a struggle. Thus
has been added another victim to the stu
pendoua- felly of our Government. They
at it in earnest. I would destroy every
green thing in the seceded States, confiscate
all kinds of property, desolate the entire
South, and make it a howling wilderness
and do it at once it is the only way to put
down this rebellion. Stop guarding and
protecting the property of rebels—subsist
the army as far as possible without compen
sation, then they will begin to think that
the Government is in earnest. They openly
laugh at our folly an deride us for it.
Hoping for the best, I am your,
men drilled with real guns and bayonets. adjourned to meet at eight o'clock on
This is not mere talk, but it is an urgent
necessity. If the militia system had been
A messenger from the Upper Sioux Agen-
manding the Third Brigade, to which our extended to the families during the war, or
attacked and most foully murdered in his charged, or entitled to a pension
carriage while ordering selections for camps
for the brigade. The Colonel was some dis* fund with the amount subscribed by each
tance in the advance, as was his usual cus
torn when about to select camping ground,
accompanied by his escort, which consisted
of about ten mounted men, together with
his Orderly and servant Captain Hunter
Brooke, his Aid, was seated in the carriage
knew him beat loved him most, and I
eerily believe that his loss will be more
keenly felt by the army of the West, than
that of any other commanding officer in the
department. A thousand fold more than
some coaoiandem nf departments and di
vision* who are eonneeted with our noble
mm on»y lor the reason that Gnat Back*
worth MOT* than Confederate scrip. I
ft too trot that OOOM officers, in on
ueaad, art evidently actuated by sweav mo-
BOW O Lord! long before the
will take tho necessary step*
or coo taop /fawise war a*4 go
N E TOM.'
W I N O August 13th, 1862.
A meeting of the citizens of Red Wing was
held on Wednesday ofternoon August 13th,
the families of Volunteers who have or
may enlist from Red Wing. Jesse Mclntire
to include all between eighteen and fifty, and appointed secretary. Prof. Brooks, James
let them be organized and drilled, not as in Lawther and Charles McGlashan were a
times of peace, once in a year, but as it a committee to report at a future
should be in times of war, once at least in meeting the manner in which this fund should
each week. Armories should be immediate be disbursed. The sum of $1,081 was then
ly established all over the State, and the subscribed by those present. The meeting
called to the chair, and T. F. Towne
E S S E I S I E
T. TOWNE Secretary.
At a meeting of citizens on Main street
last Thursday evening the following resolu
tions were adopted.
The Undersigned agree to p»y to the Trus
tees hereafter to be appointed, tho amount
set opposite their respective names, for the
purpose of constituting a fund to bs distrib
uted among the families of those residents in
the town of Red Wing, who have volunteered
or shall hereafter voluntcei or be drafted into
the service of the United States, and agree to
the following basis of action.
1. That the subscribers shall constitute a
society, having power to elect a President,
Secretary and Treasurer, who shall hold
their office for one year.unles sooner removed,
and who shall also constitute a board of Trus
tees, to carry out the purposes of the sub-
scribers to this fund.
2. That the officers slu 11 cause a statement
of receipts, disbursements, &c, to be pub
lished once in three months in both papers
of this city, and also make a statement of the
affairs of the society whenever called upon
by the society.
3. The President or any three subscribers
shall have power to call a meeting of the sub
scribers whenever they shall deem it neces
4. That a monthly assessment from the
amount subscribed shall be made by the
Trustees upon each contributor according to
the necessity of the case.
5. That if any subscriber to this fund shall
hereafter volunteer into the service of the
United States, or shall be drafted, his sub
scription shall be null and void if he desires
6. That the amount distributed to the fam-
ilies shall be discriminate with the Trustees,
and made according to their wants.
7- That we hereby pledge ourselves that
if the amount now, or hereafter subscribed
should prove insufficient to provide for the
reasonable support of said families, to agree,
and do hereby agree to a further pro rata as-
sessment upon the sums already contributed.
8. That the benefit of this fund shall be
until such times as the soldier may be dis-
The following are the subscribers to the
Jabex Brooks e, 50
Jesse Mclntire 50
Brown & Butcher ]on
William Adams 40
M. S. Chandler M] JQ
Sheldon & Ilodgmao 100
James Lawther 59
Pascal Smith 50
Charles AicQlasheu .""""." 50
J. B. Parkhurst ."...."! 50
Joshua Ashton 50
William Howe 59
C. G. Reynolds ion
W. W. Sweeny
S. S. Orsnnis
Simmons A Johnson
J. A. Marvin
J. C. Pierce
T. F. Towne
P. B. Mann
Fredrick A Kempo
W. L. Webster
S. P. Snow
I. S. Kellogg
H. A. McConnell
Charles L. Davis
E. P. Lowster
John M. Luce
Wilson & Oleson
R. C. Todd
S. 8. Burleson
O. P. Smith
S. C. Harlan
J. II. Maes
John O. Detpenbrock ...
C. K. Borjrh 1 Brother.
D. B. Kelly %l
W. W. Pbelps.. .*.*..."""' 50
C. Graham 35
J. Brand 25
M. Hickman A Brother
8. A. Freysteadt
W. K. Hawkins
L. Bennett _.........
B. N. Bunch ...........".
C.J. F. Smith
R. N. McLaren
C. B. Woodiey ..
A. H. Jooes......
E. I*. Teele
J. W. Hancock
James H. Parker..
J. W. .Vorthrep
8. Wheeler -..^„
B. R- Welles
C. C. Webster
Geo. C. Oiekiosoa
A D. Whitney...
I I A A E S
W I N O N A I N TH E I E A company, one
hundred strong, came up in the Milwaukee
yesterday morning. They were recruited
in two days under the auspices of Dr. Shear
down. John Curtis, captain, A. H. Stevens,
1st Lieutenant, and A. A Rice 2nd Lieut.
Another company is nearly full, and will be
here in a day or two.
A I PROGRESS.—William R. Marshal,
of the Press, who commence 1 a company
for the Ninth Regiment on Wednesday morn
ing, has already sixty names enrolled, of
whom fifty one have passed examination and
been sworn in. This is a good four days*
The war excitement, like a mighty wave,
had surged over the city during the week,
its greatest force, immediately after the meet
ing atJngersoll's Hall on Monday and Tues
S E E E CO. HAS FURNISHED nER QUOTA,
AND O E A company is on the maivh
for the Fort from Steele county numbering
ninety-one men, and will reach there to-day.
The quota of the county is but ninety. Be
sides this, little Steele furnishes nineteen
volunteers in other companies. Glorious
little county—noble patriotic people.
SIOEL GUARDS Fu:.h.—This company
numbers eight}'-fiv^ men, and will be either
Company 0 or 1), Sixth Regiment. Thej1
organized esterday br the selection of Capt. i!£
Schoenemann to command the-coropany
ings. who locked up his store and hastened
up here to enlist in the defense of his conn
trv. Good for him.
Tw COMPANIES FULL FROM RICE COUNTY.
A company of one hundred men enlisted at
Xorthneld, Hice County, reached the Fort
early yesterday morning. Their officers are
not yet designated.
The Faribault company is also full, and
understood to be on the road to the Fort.—
These companies will probably go into the
Seventh Regiment. Aioth^r company' is
also being raised in the county beside an Irish
company, and both of them are progiessinw
Highl Important.—Time for Volunteer
ing Extende to the 22 invt.
GENERAL ORDER NUMBER THIRTY THREE.
GEN'L TIEADCJUAP.T'KS—STATS OF MINNESOTA
AOJT. GEN L* OFFICE—St. Pan], Aug 14, 02,1
For the information of all concerne 1, at*
tention is called to the following order from
the War Department, viz
To Gov. A E RAMSEY
By Telegraph from Wa Department,
Washington Aug. 14— 6 p. 11.
ORDER RESPECTING VOLUNTEERS
1. That after lhe fifteenth day of this
month, bounty and advance pay shall not be
paid to volunteers for any n"w regiments,
but only to volunteers for regiments now in
the field and volunteers to fill up new regi
ments now organizing, but not yet full.
2. Volunteers to fill up the new rej
ments now organizing will be recieved and
that officers now in the field should remain
to accept a new command.
2 2 1 3
From tha St. Paul Press.
E LARGEST SUBSCRIPTION.—Capt. W
F* Davidson has subscribed to the bounty
fund for volunteers the sum of six hundrod
dollars. Good for the Commodore.
DAKOTA I E S he Dakota Rifles,
Lieut. Chapman, and the Cnstle Rock
Guards, Capt, Aldrich have been consolida
ted—Leonaid Aldrich, cap'ain. The com
pany is full, and known as ihe Dakota liifles
of the Ninth Regiment. Recruiting for the
company commenced less than a week ago.
N E W YORK. August 15.
The Hi raid correspondent on board the
gunboat Essex gives a graphic account of the
attempt to capture the ram Arkansas, on the
22nd of July. The E*ex advanced to
where the ram was moored under a tremen
dous fire 'rora all the batteries. When with
in a few rods of the ram, the laser's bow,
line was let loose and she swung round with FW&-
the tide, thos partially escaping the blow
NASHVILLE, Aug. 14.
Colonel Miller, has just returned from
Gallatin with his command. There is no
Union telegraph operator in Gallatin, and
the condition of affairs is not known.
Morgan entered Gallatin at 4 o'clock A M.
after capturing the sentinels who were asleep.
Col. Boone, the Union commander, was in
bed the surrender was conditional upon
parole for officers and men alike, which was
Col. Boohe-has gone to Kentucky. Prom
inent Union men arrested afterwards were
discharged unconditional ly.
Morgan is said to be still in possession of
AND MI commanding ofljeer there present and by the
officer of the Department through which the
issues are made. Any officer or soldier who
rifles the house cr molests the property of
any citizen will be severely punished.
paid the bounty and advance pay until in to escape,
twenty second"(22d)day of this month, anl 'i country near Orange is stripped of food
if not completed by that time, the incom-
pjete regiments will be consolidated and I *-nd
pertiuous officers mustered out,
3. Volun'eers to fill up the old regiments
will be received and paid ihe bounty and
advance pay until the first day of Septem
4. The draft for three hundred thousand
militia called for by the President will be
made 911 Monday the fourth di of Septem
ber between the hours of nine o'clock, A.
and five o'clock, p. and continue from|P 's» '3th says a battle commenced on the
day to day between tho same hours until
form the Essex which grazed her side, cam WASHINGTON, Aug. 16
Essex to run ashore for several min Th following additional regulations were
utes, exposed to the fire of the water batter- issued to day
ics, field artillery, musketry, *nd heavy siege Ordered 8th. that in filing all requisitions
for the militia the quotas of the several States
on, the Arkansas would have been captur^j stipulated term of service shall not hare ex
The Essex escaped with only three shots) [Signed,] Enwi STAXTOX.
that took effect, killing one of her men and Secretary of War
wounding three. The Union fleet remained
passive spectators of the brare action
is covered with indentation* all over
from the shots of hundreds of cannon, her
smoke stack riddied7"her to S
through, and during the affair was hit from
view by theaplashing of the water thrown 5
up by the iron power about her A
In nearly every house between Cedar
Mountain and the Ilapidan wounded rebels
Arrangements have been made for the res
toration of the railroad and telagraph the body of Gen. Williams, with an escort
inunication between Nashville and Louisville j?f six of his body guard also, 6 2 officers,
via Gallatin, which wi'l ba finished in about
A seven of the
C. Exel, First Lieutenant Matt. Hot! Se Leat. Colonel forth fifty seven prison*
cond Lieutenant li. Bell, Orderly S-r- admitted a loss of
Boyd's forces by the rebels, are utterly false.
Morgan issued special order thanking
and Cochrane for their gallant-
The Tiibine has the following
HEADQ'RS, ARMY OF VIRGINIA,
Near Cedar Mountain, Aug. 15.
The latest sources from the front bring no
news of skirmishes, or of any further move
ments of tho enemy. It is ascertained that
Jackson's forces have taken possession of and
are now upon Thoroughfare mountain south
west from Gordonsville.
The heighth of the Rapidan has so
what delayed the movement of our forces.—
Gen. Sigel is in front. Gen. Banks is rap
illy recovering and will be able lo resume
command of his corps in a week or two.
Pawners. We took a re-
ed and wounded W took 213
O wagon loads of forage and 7fc) horses, and
TIIK Men's Guards will probably lost the knapsacks of two regiments. There
have men enough to be mustered in to day. jhas been no fi-ht at Big Creek Gap as re
We saw in the ranks-yesterday Mr. P. B.I ported, nor any other engagement in the
Coi'k, formerly of this city but now of Hast [vicinity "of Tazwell than the "foregoing to
ries. The other engagements and of ths
cutting to pieces of Gen. Carter's and Col.
Gen. Pope has issued nn order \o the
effect that General Order No. 5, requiring
the troops to be subsisted on thi country,
has been grossly abused by many officers and
soldiers, ft is to be distinctly understood
that no officer or soldier has aright to enter
the house or molest the person or disturb
the property of any person. Whenever it
is necessary and convenient, provisions, for
i'gp, and such articles required will be used,
but every seizure must be bj' order of the
Contrabands report Jackson driving all
1 1 a
completed, land Gap, between Confederate forces under
5. If the old regiments should not b» numbering 10,000 to 15,000, and
filled up by volunteers before the first
of September, a special draft will be ordered' Movement
for the deficiency. son, while Gtn. Burton gained the rear by
6. The exigencies of the service required ^"rc,:
with their commands, and no offi.crs now B°WSensned, terminating in a surrenderor
in the field in the regular or Volunteer ser- \l'"e Federals. They were driven by superior
vice will under any circumstances be detailed
By order of the
(Signed) E W I N M. STANTON.
By order cf the Commander-in-Chief.
to fear a
S a W a a a a
1 Scouting parties from Gordonsvi'le
port Jackson's entire army had reached
Desert5T5 say that more than 5,000 con
scrip shave left Jackson, and are stragglin"
|»nto the woods.
CHICAGO, Aug. 16.
special despatch to the Tiines from Mem
Tazewell, sev miles from Cumber-
'Federals that place their number at 3,0J0.
made in front by Steven-
marches, and surrounded the Fedcr-
desperate fight of four
were assailed by a ilanking force
The rebels are thus in possension of East
Tennessee ag-iin. The next move will be
on Bueli with an overwhelming force.—
Gen Beauregard at Chattanooga is co operat
ing with Gen. Bragg, and their combined
force are not less than 70,000.
The Rebel Gen. Caswell was killed near
his residence, at Knoxville, on the 6th.
A schooner from Havana ran the blockade
at Mobile on the 7th, with a cargo of am*
munition, salt and cavalry equipments.
A Vicksburg letter says that the Streets
are beginning to assume it« fonner lively ap
pearance, llefugees are turning and open
ng places of
All damages to the
will be repaired
The Essex delivered at six yards distance will be apportioned by the Governors among
a raking fire from her three nine inch guns the several counties and when practicable
into the ram, going through her plating and among the subdivisions of counties, so that
killing sixteen and wounding thirty of the!allowance shall be made to sueh counties
rebel crew. The remainder of the" ram's! and subdivisions of counties for all rolun
crew fled to the shore, and if the fleet had jteers heretofore furnished bv them and mus
properly supported the Essex, as agreed up tered into the service of the" S. and W S" bsndhilis posted in three
great slaughter. Brecknrid^e lost his right
?,**** *»y cannon balL Th fight took piece
about pro- on the edge of the town, Geo WilliamS be-
«ajerjues uw, war over. A man tag unwilling to ezpoat tbe women and ehd
W 6 a a We a a large number ofprn «*y«o*f
as our men charged and re-charged upon
then*. W have taken threo guns.
Another account says the rebel troops es
timated from 5,00(J to 6,001), under Gener
als Loveil and Breckinridge, combat obsti
Our loss is 25 0 killed, including a large
portion of officers.
The rebel loss, according to prisoners'
statements, is immense.. Amon the killed
was Gen Loveil.
BOSTON, Aug. 15.
A special dispatch to the Journal says that
General Burn-»ids with his army had arriv
ed at Culpepper.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 15
It is rumored, good authority, that
McClellan'!* late inovemen's on the Peninsu
la were conducted with entire safety to his
no. Apple, a notorious politician, was ai
re.sted for discouraging inlistments under re
£*. LOGISVILLE, Aug. 15
Capt. H. Ferry, division quartermaster,
jut arrived from Cumberland Gap. He re
ports that at noon, on the 9th, DeCourcy's
brigade was attacked by Stevenson's rebel
division at Tazwell and at Cochrane. Th
14th Kentucky whipped four rebel regi
ments. Cochren held his fire until they
were within 150 yards and checked their
1 advance. Federal loss, three killed and fif-
The ram Arkansas was just above Baton
Rouge, but dared not take part in tho con
flict. Later accounts state that the Arkan
sas was aground when the Essex and other
gunboats went to her and set her onfirean
she blew up.
The transport steamer Lewis Whitman,
ran into the gunbat Oneida, fifty miles
above Ne Orleans, on the right of the 6th
and the transport sunk. She had on board
Our forces engaged was less than twenty
five hundred the enemy had at least five
thousand, with twelve or fourteen field pie
ces and some cavalry.
three confederates. The body was re-
covered, and 38 wounded soldiers and three
of the body guard saved.
The official report of Col. Cahill common
ced after the death of Gen. Williams, and
stated the rebel force at about ten regiments.
After a fight of four hours the enemy were
Gen. Williams was kill by a rifle ball
thsough his chest during the battle.
Our forces were obliged to movp about a
mile from their original posi-
tion, and the enemy were able temporarily
to occupy the camps of the 21st and 7th
Vermont, and the 14th Maine regiments,
and to destroy much of their baggage and
camp equipago. They were, however, driv
en out, but our numbers be ng much less
ened by sickness, the men on the field being
much exhausted by fatigue and heat, it was
not deemed expedient to pursue.
The enemy has retired several miles and
is still retiring.
I am expecting it is possible they may
receive reinforcements and I am disposing
my troops in the strongest positions.
Important Order from the Wa
WASHI.VGTO.V, August 9, 1862.
OSNERAL ORDERS XO. 99.
Gov. RAMSEY Regulations for the
1st. That the Governors of the respective
States will proceed forthwith to furnish their
respective quotas of tho 300,000 militia called
for by the order of the President, dated the
of August. 1862,- which quotas have
been furnished to the Governors, respectively
by communication from this Department of
this date, according to tho regulations herein
after set forth.
2d. The Governors of the several States
are hereby requested forthwith to designate
rendezvous for the drafted militia of said
States, and to appoint commandants therefor,
and to notify the Secretary of War of th
location of such rendezvous and the names of
the commandants. It is important that the
rendezvous should be few in numbers, and
located with a view to convenience of trans
3d. The Governors of the respective Stater,
will cause an enrollment to be made forth
with by the Assessors of the ssveral counties,
or by any other officers to be appointed by
such Governors, of all able bodied male citi
zens between the ages of 18 and 45, within
the respective counties, giving the name, a
and occupation of each, together with I
marks showing whether he is in tho service
of the United States and in what capacity,
and any other facts which may determine his
exemption from military duty. All reason
able and proper expenses of such enrollment
and of the draft hereinarter provided will
reimbursed by the United States upon vouches
showing the detailed statements of service
performed and expanses incurred to be ap
proved by such Governors.
General Headquarters. Slate of Minnesota.
rollment and draft of o00,UU0 militia in pur
suance of an order by the President of the
United States, bearing date August 4,
whereby it is provided that a draft of
000 militia be immediately called into the
service of the United States to serve for nine
months, unless sooner discharged, and that
the Secretary of War shall assign the quota
to the States,- and establish regulations for
the draft also, that if any State shall not
by the 15th of August furnish its quota of
the additional 300,000 volunteers authorized
by law, the deficiency of volunteers in that
State shall also be made up by soecial draft
from the militia, and that the Secretary of
War shall establish regulations for the pur
pose. It is ordered
ADJUTANT GESErtAt/s Or-ricE,
ST. PAUL. Minn., August 12th, 1862.
GKNKHAL ORDER NO. TWKXTV-FIVB.
1. In pursuance of General Orders from
the War Department, No. yj Fort Suelling
is hereby designated as the place of general
rendezvous for the drafted militia and volun
teer regiments of the State of Minnesota, now
being or to be organized.
2. Agents will be appointed by tho Com
mander-in-Chief, one in each county, whose
duty it will be to visit each township in their
respective counties, and ascertain if the as
sessor therein has performed his duties, in
making the proper militia returns, as directed
in orders numbered 22 and 23 from this office
and in case he has not, he, the said agent,
shall at once proceed to perform said duiies,
and make proper return thereof. A order
announcing tiie names of said agents will be
3. Immediately upon the completion of the
enrollment, the lists of enrolled persons must
be filed in the offices of the Sheriffs of the
counties in which such enrolled persons re
4. The Commander-in-Chief will appoint a
commissioner for each county of the State,
whose duty it shall bet superintend the
drafting and hear and determine the excuses
of persons claiming to be exempt from mili
5. The enrolling officer shall immediately
upon the filling of the enrollment lists, notify
toe said comoiissioittr that said lists have been
so tiled, and the commissioner shall there-
public places in each township of his county
of the time and place at which claims for
exemption will be received and determined by
N O E August 18.
The ^earners North Star and Roanoke,
•i,nn N Orleanis thee 10th, have arrived,
N eeW a
Nun's Battery thrice repulsed the foe with
a fix to
tied in the notice aforesaid, (within ten days
of the filing of the enrolment,) at which the
draft shall be made and all persons claiming
to be exempt from military doty, shall, be
fore the day fixed for tbe draft, make proof
of of sueh exemption before mid commissioner
and if found sofletent, his name shall be
stricken from the list by a red fine being
drawn through it, leaving it still legible.
The Commissioner shall in like manner
strike from tbe list tbe names of all persons
now in the uittry service of the Doited
Stataa, all telegraph operators or constructors
actually employe^ on the fifth day Aagos«
of hKoaotirea on railroad*, the Preai
a Um majt have teen severe, dent of the United Stataa, the officers, jodtc-
ial and executive, offthe United Stales: the!
members of both'Jiouses of .Congress and
their respective officers all Custom House
officers and their clerks, all Post officers and
stage drivers who are employed in the care
and conveyance of the mails of the Post Office
of the United States all ferrymen who are
employed at any ferry on the post roads, all
pilots, all marines actually employed in the
sea service of any ciiizen or merchant within
the United States, all engineers and pilots of
registered or licensed steamboats or steam
ships, together with the warden, deputy war
den, clerks, inspectors, physician, assistant
keepers and guards of the State Prison. Th
said exemption to be made bv said Commis
sioner on sufficient evidence," or on his per
sonal knowledge, that said person belong tq
any of the aforesaid classes, whether the ex
emption claimed by them or not—exemption
willnot be made for disability unless it be of
such permanent character as to render the
person unrit for a period of ur,ore than thirty
days, to ta certified by a surgeon appointed
by tho Governor in each county for that par
6. ^At the time fixed as before provided, by
the Commissioner for making the draft, the
Sheritf of the county, or in his absence such
person as the' Commissioner may appoint,
shall, in the presence of said Commissioner
publicly place in a wheel or box of a like
character to such as are used for drawing jur
ors, separate folded ballots, containing0 the
names of all persons remaining on said en
rollment lists not stricken off as before pro
vided—the names upon the enrollment list of
each township in' the ebunty being however
placed in the said wheel or box separately and
drawn from separately—and a proper person
appointed by the said Commissioner and
blindfolded, shall thereupon draw from said
box or wheel, a number of ballots equal to
the number of drafted men to be furnished
by each of said townships, the quota of each
township to be ascertained by the County
Auditor subject to an appeal by any citizen
to the said Commissioner. The quota of
each county, however to be fixed by the
7. A printed or written notice of his en
rollment and draft, and of the place of ren
dezvous of the drafted military force shall
thereupon be served by a person to be ap
pointed by the commissioner upon each per
son so drafted, cither by delivering the same
in person or by leaving itat his last and known
place of residence.
8. An person so drafted may offer a sub
stitute at the time of the rendezvous of the
drafted militia force and such substitute, if
he shall be an able-bodied man between the
ages of eighteen and forty-fire years, and
consent in writing, and shall furnish the
written consent of his parents or guardian,
(if a minor) to subject himself to all the duties
obligations to which his principal would
been subject had he personally served,
he shall be accepted in lieu of such principal.
9. The persons thus drafted (and stibsti
vice oi the United States by the mustering
officer appointed for that purpose.
tutes) shall assemble at the county scat of
their respective counties, within five days
after the time of drafting, whence tran porta
tion will be furnished them by the Governor
to Fort Sneliing.
10. A soon as the draft has bsen made,
and the names marked on the enrollment lisl
the commissioner will send a copy of the
draft to the commandant of the rendezvous
and another copy of the same to the Adjutant
General of the State, who will immediately
organize the drafted men into companies and
regiments of infantry, by assigning one hun
dred and one (101) men to cacii company and
ten (10) companies to each regiment, and
send a copy of lhe organization to tlu com
mandant of the rendezvous.
11. At the expiration of the time allowed
for the drafted men to reach the rendezvous,
the commandant shall proceed to complete
the organization of the companies and regi
ments, by proclaiming the names of the regi
mental commissioned officers, who shall be
designated by tho Governor, the number and
grade being the same as in the volunteer
service. The line officers of each cOmpanv
shall be elected by the men thereof, under the
directions of the commandant of tiu rendez
vous, and reported forthwith to the Governor
of the State, in order that they may bo com
missioned. And the non-commissioned offi
cers may be appointed cither before or after
muster, us tlia Colonpl of tho Regiment may
12. As soon as the officers of the compan
ies and regiments are designated the muster
rolls shall be made out under the direction of
the commandant of the rendezv6us, and the
troops inspected and mustered into the ser
13. In case this State shall not by the 15th
day of August, furnish its quota of the ad
ditional three hundred thousand volunteers
called for by the President on the 2d of July,
1862, unless otherwise ordered, all incom
plete regiments shall then be consolidated
under the direction of the Governor and an
additional daaft shall be made as b.-fore pro
vided, sufficient to fill such quota. The num
ber to be drafted from each county, &c to be
fixed by the Governor.
14 Any county or township voluntarily
furnishing its quota of the volunteers and
drafted militia, as fixed by the Governor or
the Auditor of the County, on or before the
15th day of August, or within such further
time as shall be granted by tho Secretary of
War, shall be exempted from said draft.
15. From and after the loth day of August
no new regiment of volunteers will be or
ganized by the present bounties. Advance
pay will continue to be paid to those volun
teering to go into flic old regiments.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
HO! FOll TH E
A Company now beiog raised in Goodhue county
11 til REGIMENT!
Well, We're *•!•*, ritker Ata-iiia
OLD GOODHUE IN THE FIELD!
TbU Company is tut filling ap, sad com
plete its orrenization toe followiag boeoty is of
fered: $20 by the eeaat? of Cfoeeboe when eo
listed into the company, $27 bythe Uaited
State* when mastered into tbe Regimeat also,
eae taenia's pay ($12) ia edrsoee, asaoaotiag to
$*0. Clotbiog and MbsMtesee feraubed from
time ef *ali*uae»L Pay from $11 to $2i per
$75 when eUebarged. The above will
guarsatoed to ABLE BOblMD I 8 9 ealtsUac ia
tbis Company befere Aagost 23d, ISM,
YoloutiM paid after tbe 224 Uft
Apply at the jUeraitief oSee la Bed
CH4S. L. DAVtt,
Bacraitiog OftW, llth Beg, M.V
*}**& for IHt, joe* re
I W SfOB E
\tfHftKKA 8 ha £?*Tm.de in
VV conditions of
made, eieca^d. and^cliverea by Rr.J
13OS, and duly acknowledged,---""*--record-•'
mortage., on page, so
JLi «»l?« iv it *.
care thd payment of certain promis*'ry note
P. BradfoTaand Will.am 8. Comb? and S
paid and which said mortgage, together with'.
eaid promissory note wan on tlw 23d
June, 1360, duly-assigned, transferred and
oyer by the suvl Stuart Perrv, by W. L. WiluonV
his Attorney fact, to If ftoblitzell. who
is now the owner and holder of said note and
mortgage, which »aid alignment was duly,
acmonlidged and recorded in the office of the*
Register of Deeds in and for said county af.
(Toodhue, on the llth day of March, 1361, at
o'elock A. Af. of that day in the 2nd book of
miscellany records on page 432.
And wherens there is now claimed to be due,
and is clue upon *aid note and mortgage in.
principal and interest, at the time of the date
of this notice the sum of one hundred and
ninety-six dollars and forty-three cents (ilH
43. 3 /1
And whereas said mortgage conUins a power
ot sale authorizing the said mortgagee or his
assigns, IH case default be made in tbe pa\ ment
of said sum of $778.72 or the interest er ahv
part thereof according tothe eenditions of saicl
promissory note, to sell the premises hereinaf
ter described uud no rait or proceedings at
law having been institntod to recover said deb*
Or any part thereof.
Now, therefor, notice is hereby given that by*
virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and pursuant to the statute such
case made and provided, the said mortgaged
premises which are described said mortgage
follows, viz The equal undivided half of
lot tour (4j section seven (7 township one
hundred and twelve (112) range seventeen (17
west, containing thirty (80) acres more or leas'
according to the government survev thereof,
:d being in the county of Goodhue and
territory (now State) of Minnesota, will be*
P"61"6 auction to the highest bidder by'
tbeSherift of said county of Goodhue at the front
door of the Court House, in the c.ty of Red
W ing, said county of Goodhue and Sta'e of
2 1 6
Thursday, the 2d day of October,
1862, at 10 o'clock tho forenoon of thst day.
to satisfy the amount due on said note and
mortgage and the disburs2ments allowed by
law. bt. Paul, August 2»tk. 13152.
J. II. HOBLETZELL,
Assignee of Mortgage*,
OKOOKEB & DANIELS,
Atty's for Assign.e.
E BRICK STORE
Corner of Mai a Bux Streets
Formerly occupied by S. B. FOOT
Has on hand, and is now receiving a VULL and
OI Merchandise of all kinds usually keot in
any store in tlie West,
Which shall be sold for
A S A
As low as at any place in the
I also have tho agency for tho sale ef
J. M. SINGER'S
Celebrated Sew lag Muchine.
Due me must be pxid noon or
Hod Wing, Noy. 17th, 16«l.
A. W. ESPING,
W A MAKI'JR A N W E E
MAIN ST. WEST OF BUS11 ST.
W A E S
A W O W A A N E
BKNT—Tho Europe Hotel.^ Apply te,
1859 E W 1 liOO..
S E A A N I N ffl I
SASH, DOOB A N BLIN JACTOBT*
(On BloeV above Freeborn's Saw Mill.)
SHALL E PBEPABED TO
at all times, anything in the ebeve.
line of busings*, and shall keep on hand all*
kinds of plaucd and matchrd Lumber, Mould
Orders promptly attended to, which may al
so be left with Betcher.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchanee fee
Work. COGEL 6 BBTCHBB.
Red Wipg, May 8th, 18«i.
S A S DOO A N I N A N A
AT THE BLUFF HILLS,
E W I N Mioocsota
The subscriber has lately fitted op the appea
story of Qranb, Daniels Co's Mill with the
best kind of Machinery,forthe Manufactory of
Renb, Door, Blinds, Window-Frames, Doer
Frames, Mould!n««, Drees Ploonngaad Siding-,,
which he can furnish to the peblk aireaeona
0 A good assortment always on hand.
BBOWV A BETCHEB„
A I N S E E E W I S
Hare en hand, an loner to the pabtte the
ft torn* sua* a Was*,
IRON, STEEL, NAILSy
OF BTBBT DBSCBUTIOaf.