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II A I tilt E it
Kct W in O or 196*2.
1.i-sten to it.
The writer of that article says a member
of (he late People's Convention used in his
presence, not Ion* ago, the following Ian-
There no question that whatever of se
cession has been, or is in this city, was rep
resented in that convention.
With regard to this we hare but a few
words to say. In the first place, it was
written by one of the candidates on the
party ticket, and is a contemptible LIE. He
never heard any person (except his co-can
didates and bn-ther of the editorial committee
of the It pullican) soy any thin of the
kind, and he meanly resorts to the dast
ardly lie. to create a false impression in the
county1,' and to get votes.
He further says that the ticket dennm
tinted People's ticket is a secession ticket
by the adriiissions of one of the best mem
bers of the'convention that nominated it."
This is also a He that ought to .shame the
Let us examine the ticket and notice who
compose this'secession ticket. First, we
have for Register of Deeds. Thomas Mc
Manns, of Pine Island, as good a man as
ever lived, and as stannch a Republican as
ever drew breath, who, up to the breaking
out of the war was a strong: party man, and
probably did as much in the town of Pine
Island for the Republican party as any man
in the township. At the time the rebellion
broke out, ha made up his mind that a i
triot.could have but one duty, and that duty
was to make the salvation of the Govern
merit the Grst and only object of his beirg.
Consistent with his faith, he eschewed party
and party strife in a time like the present,
wh all should be peace, harmony, and un
ity for the Union, lie was strongly urged
by those (some of them now on the party
ticket) of the straight-backed and blue bel
lied faith, who despised Mr. Webster, and
wanted to see him beaten, to come into the
Republican party convention and take a
nomination from them. He refused to do
•o, believing it to be inconsistent with his
•duty to hi* country to be in any way instru
mental in fomenting domestic strife.
Of him the li publicm said, in its first is
•aue after he was nominated, that nothing
•eml'l be said against him. At that »e the
committee were playing magnanimous
now they arc desperate, and presto change,'
—he is a secessionist.
The next on the ticket is Christopher
•Graham, for Auditor.
Do the people of this County know, the
way in which Christopher Graham has
.shown his treasonable proclivities and se
cession sympathies, since this rebellion broke
•out? Ho is an old man—too old to go up
on the tented iield himself now, though the
alacrity with which he rushed into the army
sixteen years ago. to fjJit the battles of his
country, attests his devotion to it.
He spent three weeks in stumping this
County this fall. For what, reader, do you
suppose? Was it. to preach treason and «e
cessidn to the public The good book
says, 'Out of the abundance of the heart the
mouth Rpeskoih.' Ac ording to that au
thority, then, whatever was in the heart of
Mr. Graham, tha' he spoke. It was not
secession, it was not treason. But wi'h an
earnest, burning eloquence such as few
uOen can command, and such as none can
•use but those who feel what, they siy in
their hearts he urged the people to volun
leer in the army of the country, to fijht, and
die if need be, to save the Government.
lie has two son* where are they? We
will answer. With the full consent, and
fervent blessing of their noble and patriotic
lather, they are now in the army of thejpartner
Union, ready to be »ilcred »p, i' need be, for'[
tho.salvation of the nation. If these, acjj
9uch actions are ev deuce of treason, Chris
topher Graham- may a traitor
ray in th
We unhesitatingly pronounce that man a
liar, and a dishonest scoundrel, who penned
the article in the last week* XepuUiivn,]^^^, t-«««u«.ri
bearing the above title. •|$UHt.*i
will be impossible to,make the.people be*
lieve that such is the case, and their deep.
est indignation will follow the desperado
who is mean enough to insinuate such a
Next on the ticket is George McKinzie,
fcr Sheriff. He. like Mr, Graham, was a
me labor of the Democratic parly. Ho, on
account of his party connections, h*s been
called a secessionist by those whose nar
tow-minded bigotry cannot extend beyond
tba limits of that little olique they cill their
prrtlt. Like Mr. Graham, he has two sons.
aodalsj a.atrp son and where are they?
Look through the secessions army and you
will not find them there* Where then?—
Go to the battle field of Aoiietam. where
the battle rages mast fiercely, and th»re, in
Then tbtrt« Judge Welch, on old eat
the front ranks of the Usrox AHVT you-will! the Republican (party) candidates hastened
find the sons of this •secessionist,' sent to deny any participation in tho draft and
their by their noble father. jdeaigo of tho exceeding beautiful, and re
Thissame roan, long before he h*d any markabiy. chaste pictuse gallery that appear,
thought ot being a candidate for any office, Mj «n the BspwUicm* of two weeks ago, as
and before the President had issued his}«« i»wnght,in striking contrast, anJ per^
esoancipatitK proclamation, declared to us h»pa in ques.ionatile taste, tnith Ladies'
that if it would in the icuaf ,n, eondnce 1*^1 Chihtrens' Department'' of that paper,
to the restoratioB of the Union, he w«u We h«d no idea that any brain—save that
favor the unconditional emancipation of 'of the nominal editor's—c»uid haveewncetT
every slave under Heaven. ,ed suchadetigu yet wo were met betore wo
This ie the standing, and these the sent- reached our office the next morning, by half
imtnuof the man whom an nnprinctpled doaen eandidatea, each
«?ter of candidates for office on a party. «eet hw jnooeeoot of the tlung—ea much
ticket, gotten up by a convention called and
CMrtroltad by tbemselres, dem»min«tn a to
•tttlgnial would to Hear-B there
veto no worse secessionists io the country
than bint, tad taat the nation were full ol
whose heart urn
glaring^ insu|(I was offere to the Sag lit write edi
lored—the stars and stripes—at th timejdare to^fiblis
the rebels or South Carolina fired into the
Star of the West, end the Itovernment let
it pas? unpuniHhed—whose heart thrilled
withjoy when tho call of the President for
seventy Bve thousand men indicated that
there was energy enough yet left fn the
Government to. put fonh one great effort to
inspiration that thrilled his, whole being,
calling upon the people to rise ami put their
armor en, found a response in the heart of periwiml abuse of a
Yet through air these trying scenes, that
patriotic heart has never faltered. Judge
Welch has never regretted that he offered
uphis*on a 'sacrifice on the altar of his
country. Yet there exists a race of beings,
half animal, half devil, bearing the form a!
humanity, whose'- cowardly souls permit
them to slander this aged patriot, the laches
of whose shoes they are not worthy to tie.
A roan must be sunk low in infamy who
will basely, falsely, and maliciously slander
Judge Welch by calling him a secetsienest.
No truer patriot ever breathed the pure air
of Heaven than he. May eternal infamy be
the inheritance of the cowardly, sneaking,
poltroon who ttare raise his voice against
him and may Herv.n's choicest blessings
follow him till he lays his silvered locks
low in their last peaceful resting place.—
But may he live loDg enough to see his tra
ducers put to shame and confusion.
We also find on the ticket the names of
D. Dewey, of Hay Creek, an «ld stage
horse,' as the common expression is, in the
Republican party, and Thomas Hanson, ol
Hader, also a life long friend of the Union,
»th Republicans. Both of these men go into
the movement of the Union bora a clear sense
of duty. It is curious to know that they
were regarded by the candidatiorial com
mittee, the best men in the county, until
they stood in the way of the aspirations of
a contemptible clique of office seekers.
With rega'd to the others on the ticket it
is not worth our while to say a. word in
their defence. Tney care about as much
for the abuse of such a set of political
thieves as they do for the blowing of the
gentle breezes of spring time and they do
not care enough about their election to urge
it in any way.
The Way Soldiers Feel.
under the above caption. We took it f-.»r
granted that it was an indication of friendly
feeling on the part of the soldiers to the
people's ticket movement, that any' of the
candidates thereon got any votes, inasmuch.
as, through a misapprehension of trie la-,v,
there were no ballots there. And we re
garded the fact that some of the candidal**
got a majority, and one nearly ajl the votes,
as strongly suggestive of that st.ate of feeling.
Our friend seems to think th».t point is not
established because, under the above circum
stances all the candidates on the People
Ticket did not get a majceity, and, some of
them got no votes.
He is mistaken about little Freddy ga
ting a majority of votes. He did not get a
majority except for the short term, which
expires in January. Mr. Graham got two
thirds for the long terra.
We have also since learned that Mr.
Hanson got every vote that was cast, lie
does Capt. Phelps great injustice by insinu
ating that he condescended to prostitute hi
it lie forgotten that Captain Phelps is the
of Maj. Graham." If we were dis
oed to resort to so unjust an insinuation
mtiiht say, let it not be forgotten that
C«ptan Phelps u.3 the hue partner of Mr.
But we wish it distinctly understood that
we- tepudiate any. insinua :m that Captain
Phelps had anything to do in controlling the
voting.uf his oumpany.
It wa not Me,.
The most amusing thing, we have wit
nessed lately, was the eagerness with which
Our friend Burleson, it seems to us, failed
to appreciate the point raised by us in an
article that apjieared in the paper last week, jpersoa who had been drunk at his expense.
high office to the contemptahle business «f' near to tho communiy that he has some
long rolling MIJ election. He says, Let it'friends in the world.
jfr. Bristol is in the office onlr
the office only
lately occupied by Mr. Phelps. At any rate
io. had utj epecta. occasion to ?xpect any as
sistance irotn Capt. Pheipa, though we tyou
sider. the special effort made by almost every
solder to vote for those Union candidates
whom they could at the time call to mind,
a, fair expression of what the vote for the
wbob ticket would have bwen had the lick
ets been there.
one eager to pro-
to say—we *£.**'*ig w$ W«e writing
eewrittmtarteka far lUe p**r f«* 0/ mi
af.-rtV.t«fjW% but w« did not naenn tngeteo
badly bedaubed with iolamy as we am now.
Woaesnrad taw poor enlnriu that wo did
not think it ens them, end tbey npnnared
tt to retsevodt ^ST-"-
didate for office,Jrhjadortioriio
hit son, who yaliently fought at Bull Rdnidate for the same office for which be is a
—was for many a Weary rnorth a wounded jtandidate. And the grovelling meanness of^conventionr'aHd
prisoner in the loothsome dungeons of the
South. That father, after enduring for all
those long weary months Ihe agony of the
most fearful suspense, is now nursing that
son' through a pa in ml sickness, brought on
by severe wounds received in the battle
with the Indians.
the transaction becomes still more 'mean
when that individual resorts to the disgust
ing expedient of magnifying his own charac
ter for goodness and virtue, in close contrast
with tho disreputable character he has just
given his opponent, and all under the false
cloak of an editoru I column.
Such is the disgraceful method that Little
Freddy Joss has resorted to to defeat Mr.
Graham and elect himself. No man but a
See what this modest little parlor beauty
has written about a man probably old enough
to be his grand-father—certainly old enough
to be his father:.
If you want to hear funny and obscene
stories, Ckri*. (probably the modest little
man means Mr. Grauam.) will tell them
if you wish to listen to argument and good
sense. Chris, will riot accornmodate'y*bu,^
Republican, Oct. 11.
He is known as a Buchanan office-holder,
who made tiis money out of poor settlers,
and as an unprincipled,[./faubli-/-.icel politi
cian. His highest qualification is his capac
ity to play lh& buffoon, and drink vhiskey
and lajer beer. *,
A more tricky, unscrupulous politician
does not exist than this same whiskey
drinking buffoon, Chris. Graham.—Republi
can. Oct. 17.
We appoal to those men of the county,
who, in their youth were taught that some
degree of respect was due to age. to know if
euch an attack tapon the private character of
an old man, by a person of the years of Mr
Jo s, is a good recommendation to public
trust. Through all, Mr. Giaham has main
tailed a dignified silence, not once stooping
to- notice such an unmanly attack, save in a
single instance to rematk that it was rather
hard to- be abused for intemperance by a
We think so too.
His praises of himself are as sickening as
his abuse of Mr. Graham is disgusting. In
ike Rej/ubHfan, (Oct. 1«J,) in an article pur
porting to be editorial, he says, He (Mr.
Jons,) has become thoroughly acquainted
with tho duties of the office, which he-, his
discharged with* $igaal Jait'i/ulmu ami
In his attempted defence against the
charge of malfeasance in office in the fie
pubUcun of October I7th, he says, The
Statute which the VOLUNTEER quote* in
order to reflect upon a GENTLEMAN
whom it cannot injure by any fair rueana.'*
Here is what we call the quint essence of
meanness, uod it is a fair specimcu of Mr.
Joss' nature. First he slanders and li
about his neighbor to defeat him for office,
and elect himself. Secondly, he magnifies
his own qualifications and thirdly, he
teals the signature of another man, (or
what is the same thing, ts his articha /n
ttil'os edit/rial,) in order to have it ap
But was Mr. Jo the writer of that ar
ticle, asks some one who may read this ar»
tide. Yes, he was, and we are ready to
prove that he was and' we «ay that a man
who would do it is a dastardly, cowardly
villain, besides being a liar and a scoundrel.
Trouble in the Camp.
There is a division in the Republican par
ty in Hennepin county this fall. The Al
drich faction, under the lead of Mr. King
whom Ihe 8t. Paul Press styles Aldrich's
"fancy mar./' nominated a ticknt solely to
subserve the interest of Mr. Aldnch the
Republic ins of the ciuoty wouldn't stand it,
and called a new convention, and nominated
a new ticket
s*y* is sure to'
as parties are tolerated. Without the least
cause the people are kept in a perfect fever
of excitement. Let us drop that kind of
Look Oat for It.
The Rept bian of next Friday is the last
paper that will be issued before election day.
The editorial committee of candidates will
How?—Wit! that caadkdato who has so
often and so recklessly nseeHed that to rote
fcr the Union ticket in thw Conaty er to
help elrct Cnllen to Congrtao tttl how it
is to be done? We ooSwa that wo lame
not yet been abi* to ijnsn it oat.
year to Oregon and vTashrngion at *,
for offieaft S
do their beat in that, and will not fail to [has been formed in New i*rfc-nnd Gen.
resort to the most lie-*, as thev eta-ii^'*11
the mean tin
our readers may! ha
hoUi^aff in out
is own signature. assertiont lliLi^liMandkla
is meaner still for an editor who has not Republican (party) ticket: were editing the
sense enough to write an article himself, to]Goodntt»"CounTr^^
sppropri4k to .bin4self articles written by(cnt-campaign. J}ut wo do assure tfctnj-thaj
others, and palm them off upon the com-
munity as his own productions—stealing all!Such is the ca*o, ani we are
thelgldry, andI ihe shame jahii disgrace W
psHtoi a gross and-indecent
criminal, as Mr..Joss is—now only await- to'their articles so that a person could fasten
ing the'sitting of the'.Grand- Jury to be in -jt rigfft ipontheindividuaf.wh'6 uttered
dieted—would condescend to resort to it.—'it so, like sneaking cowards, they palm it
Buta criminal is desperate man will resort
to desperate things.
'Under any circumstances, no modest'man
in the candidatorial relation that Freddy
now bears to Mr. Graham, would hive
written such stuff as Fred wrote about him.
No hone?t man would have attempted to
palm it off upon the editor. And when it
is known or shown to-be false, as it is in the
present case, we are prepared to say that
none but a liar would have written it.
never .more sincere in all our life
that may attach to them but the highest^ extraordinary laudations of those party1 can-
no«tfiMtiofl*,.here been written by
?^®f' Tlwjrare certainly modest
gentlemen. Arid'"the grbs^'arid extravagant
'ties about too object^arid origin%(the' mass
the charabterahd sentiments
of thopeetyleV by
them.' If character"''may be 'judged*by ones
wrltlnKletr^nl/'^ej^tTd^mOra^ C? men*
Bui tbe' mea'nne.ft'Yof 'the thirig comes in at
this point. Tney have riot the ope&'ihan
hood arid1 t'h'r moral cburage"id append their
names' to their articles
dare not risk
the certain exposure, atid seveTe' chastjse
moot they would receive*for1ttib^ falsehoods
and frauds, if: they should sign their names
off upon poor Littlefield and he, like a
poor fool that he is, is puffed up with pride
to see in a paper the composition which oth
ers suppose is his own. He is perfectly
content to father all the falsehood, all the
slaug, to appropriate all the honor, and all
the shame, if he is Only allowed to father
the bastard issue of a set of political dssper
'Tis pleasant, sure, to see ones name iti print,
cA. books's a book, though there riot hihg in it.'
-.Now we know, and are prepared to point
out in each week's -Republican,the article that
has been written by each candidate, and if
they dare deny it we are prepared to prove
jt. We are prepared to prove that on two
grounds they did,not dare to trust the nom
inal -editor to conduct the paper through the
campaign. First, he did riot have seuse
enough, and,secondly, he was but lately a
Breckinridge Democrat, and his conversion
was from doubtful tboUve. They.'did not
know brit before the campaign ended he
would be bought over again. They need
not have entertained a suspicion of that kind,
for he was not considered-worth purchasing..
But for fear that he might be purchased,
they met together and apportioned out the
task to be performed by each candidate, in
the editorial department. So. whatever ap
pears next week, must be taken with much
allowance, knowing that it is written by
individuals, deeply interested, and. under a
high state of excitement
Remember to examine your ballots nnd
see that they are all right—-to lookout for
split tickets, and every other tnk which
will be attempted. to» be played upon yon.
Such is the languago used by one of the
candidates on the Republican irty ticket in
an editorial in jho last piUica?i. Then
be it known that this same candidAtc haal
ready procured a largo number of tickets to
-be. printed, embracing the name ofevery can
didate oi the People's ticlcot excepting one,
and instead ofthatptie he. has in- artcl his
We were apprised of that fact the day af
ter ho resorted to so mean a trick, and was
not surprised to see him resort to the bogus
cry of* Stop thief,' to divert attention from
his own thieving operations. N*w we say
renumber to examine your tickets, every
friend of tho Union, when you vote.
Remember .that no greater lie was ever
uttered'than that of the aforesaid candidate
when he asserts that a vote cast for the Peo
ple's ticket in any way or manner sustains
he Democratic platform, which we have
often, and do now, and always shall de
nonnce as a treasonible production.
Remember that patriotism requires every
man to vote for those candidates who, for
the good of the country—to preserve do
tnestic tranquility in the hour of the nation's
distress—have pledged themselves to stop
all party quarrelling and contention, and ai
a united people, support the Administra
tion, and stand, by the President until the
war is ended.
Remember irta* the very candidates wh6
now proclaim so loudly against the Peo
pie's ticket, are the very ones who, last fall.
were heartily in favor of it.
Remember to remember them in a way
that they will remombor, when the day of
General lleadqnnrter*, State of Minn.
A MUTANT GEXXRA :.'« OrW ICE.
Saint Paul Minn.. Oct. 14th 1832.
OESCftAt, ORDERS XO. 63.
All companies of troop* and other milit.a
throughout, which the PressM0&$*&BfoM Volunteer Stele Mi- Sate Mililis, that have rendered any milita
be elected. i^Z%S!^J^Jfe S S S Prsenl
W S 0
or from Major General Pope, commanding
the Department of tire Northwe*t.
By order of the Commander in Chief
J*/t mild tat following Ixtra^ froB the
rt oflSol. f|ubbaii, showin-fljho pual
that occuiied inrue Fifth fligiinent at
the late battle of Cerinth, in which it was
engaged, and bore a conspicuous part, fully
sustaining the high character Minnesota has
won through her soldiers for bravery and
daring on the battle field
i'li'.i\r) CT»MVV*V& O
Killed— Privates, Joseph Kuhns
erick Brifgv He'rir^ #ulker» Rufus Jopes—4,
supposed to be prisoners, \. m*
State, only, excepting stash as txeept socb as have already comtJii^ «iis
Asf organisation called "Pwleral Union'»
nominated for Governor. An
°f ne State ha
witout djstinction of party, to form
care not for exposure, if they catr only get Federal UnionrClubt and *nddetegates to
votes, they wdl run the risfcof that Inia convention to be held at Cooper* Inati-'"7^"
take this opportunity te|«». 23th to raufy his nomination. 1 !?E* .V
OOMPANV B. :''j
Killed—Private Michael Fenerker—1.
Wounded--Privates, Christian Freitag and
Mathias Lodgiin, both mortally Frederick
Wiestv seVirel^ in right thigh John Pfeifer-.
left Shoulder Charles Megfort, right leg,
Kilh'l— Private1, John Barden—1.
Woun^Ml-^Serg^an^^Charles L. A. Demas,
slight on head Corporal Jacob 11. Pierce,
in left Shoulder Corporal Samuel Qninn,
severe inright thigh privates Patrick Burns,
severe in left side and arm Severe Reache,
severa in feft knee—5.
Wpunledr-Vtiypx^ Andrew Benjamin, se
^7^-7-Pnvate Philetas Crandall—1.
Woundtd^Ytwit "Edwin W. Maxwell,
slight--2.. •'.•' ."•. .'.
Wotindcd— Private William H. Miles—1.
Respectfully, your obd't sery't,
L. F. llUBBABD,
pursuan'Tto'. special the in requlremTn^ a S S a
S Legislature, nee hereby directed rected, forthwith, to furnish to this office a
to reurefrom-acnveaei^ice-in behalf of. the full and complete muster roll of their
atate_of Minnesota, unless-they shall be re-JDective comoanies. tn^thvr O
Club and eend delegates U#J5!M£ appointed
K-I^ i'^. ^1 i—.-. \hJ woers from this Offise. or otherwise, to
inftwour reeders that that paper will bej 8 it a A few a since a letter wan[«ht.S*ato:» ib*f^allai±»WMt~s^a*n and Wincheiver wTonTas^tnVl^tomaek
natped enough after tbat, as the editorial 1 receieed in Krie. Pa., from some person un acted in tbat cipacity.
committee intend then to withdraw frean«itJk***nv in Paris, Franco, wnuuninz $1,0UQ »h hare not already done an, will forth*
wUh the dienettoo 'To be used in supportM*4*11 bw all property by
ing xhe fenrirte* of volunteer* The money'
accordingly to be dtetribnted' by a •uaa'l**""*' W* thjt*nanio* of U»e owners there
ntittaw of ladievlbr the object meottoaosL
•oa nuatrnharifthey Jelloenn^j
W. H. 6«wa«».
To Brig. Gen. D. S. Stanloy.
General !I adquarter*, State or Minne
''AwtrfANT GEXEHAL'S OrrtoE
Saint Paul, Minn.: Oct. 15. 1S62. I
|6ENKRAL 0IIDEB3 NO. 62.
Several of.the cpur^ies still being delin
quent in regard to furnishing the lists re
quired in making the draft under the hue
calls of the'President of the United States,
arid many\oT the citizens of the State having
been driven from their homes by the Indians
and many others having been in the servige
against the Indians, temporarily, who have
now returned to* their homes, or are about
so to return for the purpose of saving what
ever ot theiicpropefty has not been entirely
destroyed, arid in the hopes that the secur
ing of the crops, interrupted by the Indian
troubles,, may as far as possible be complet
ed, and the depopulated counties re organ
ized* the Draft will not be made until the
tenth day of November next a' which.
time it is fntended that the tame shall pro
ceed upon such data as may then be on hand.
The people of the 3ute are earnestly re
quested-to oil up.,the First Regiment of
Minnesota Mounted fUngers, now being or
ganized for one year's service-, as a mounted
force is now greatly needed- drive tbe In
duns from our frontier before the com
meiicament of winter. All r» :mits so en
listing, will be credited to their respective
localities, upon the number otherwise to be
furnished by drafting. ..
By order of the Commander in Cbief.
Ucuernl Ili-iidqufirlfr^, .at.a^c of Minn.
ArWI.-TANT QlvNEHAl/s OFFICh. I
St. Paul, Mum. Oct. 11th, 1862.)
GRSEltAJL ORIXCRS SO. 64
AH recruits.enlisted ia the. 7th, &h, 9th-,
lUth, and lLth ilegiments Minnesota Volua
leers, are hereby directed forthwith to join
their respective commands and report to the
coimnandiiog officer thereof, and if they ol
to comply herewith they wi'l bs treated as
All peace officers, and law abiding citizens
are requested to inform this office of any
instance of disobedience to this order that
may come under their observation or within
By order of the Commander in-Chief
General Heariqimrtcrs State of Minn.
ADJCTA^T ENERAI.'S OTFICK,
Saiut Pknl, Minn., Oct. latb IS52.)
OENIUUL OBDEKS NO. 65.
The Sheriffs of the different counties in
the State, are hereby instructed, that, upon
the completion of »he draft in their several
counties, undor the late calls for troops by
the President of the United States, or as
soon as it shall have been ascertained that
sue county has furnished their full quota of
troops without drafting, they file the enroll
ment lists of their respective counties with
the Auditor of such Bounty.
And the several county Auditors are di
rected to file the said, enrollment lists in
their several oflL-es, AS
part of the reoords
of their several counties, and preserve the
same for future use and reference.
By ordor of the Commander-in-Chief,
General Headqnnrtern, State of Minne
A»ICTANT IJMEBAl'K 0*riCB,
S«ntPatrl. Minn, Oct. 24th 1862,f
OENERSI. ORDERS NO. 66.
I. All Captains and Commanding officers
companies in the Volunteer
pectiv companies together with
tere the service bow long they remained
in the service and an account of the service
»JL All Quartermastem, of such Compan
ie-«», *f Posts or of Expeditions,, acting «r
having acted under State authority, except
ing such at nave already done «or. will forth
with file in this office, a full and correct ac*
[pan/. t»Wen for military service in behalf of
-el*., *i__ _— ^_
*IB^ apprawed. and the value thereof as np»
•—.1 chdmt for services on the part of Com
•ewtt-entkr Mr. lieweuw, jp«wt, Offleert, or Pnmtet. orfoVprop^rTy
», WAS««oT•t,. Oct.. 14 18G2. ftnhen by such Omip%ni«M, will be audited
S gow, S I
FOBTBKSS MONROE, Oct
Commissioner Wood, of Washington, has
succeeded in effecting the release of over
100 Union prisoners at Salisbury, and will
have them at Aiken's Landing, the latter
part of this week:
The Richmond Enquirer of the 20th, says
dispatches transpring »vith the War. *Dfe
partmeat, state nothing more than that
strongly roin/orcwi^endefed this move ne
It is surmised that Rosencrans had com
juandi of the stategic movement to form a
junction with Buell and cut off our army en
tirely. ..' ,'. ... '-.'. .,•.:
We have nothing now froni the army of
the Potomac. The enemy's cavalry have're
hewed their raids on Farquier, and on Sat
urday visited Bristoh Station, on the Orange
and A'exandriE Raifroad.: Thoy also visited
Warrenton again in considerable force.
A train laden with railroad stuff narrowly
escaped being captured on Saturday at Bris
tow. __ '.
Sonre paroled Union prisoners were sent
down to Netnia yesterday for exchanged
Gen,, KcUols, rwhqi jit. present room mands
the.mrc.fcSiriJheiKanSfwha Valley, has issued
an order H.rgirjg farmers to come to K«na
wha for salt and bring forage for the army.
We learn fromrJackson, Mississippi, that
the bridge across Cypress Creek '-was burnt
by the enemy and our forces were not aware
of the destruction till they were at the creek
on their retreat. They -were then forced to
run down the creek and-^cross-st the mill
dam where the enemy had a commanding
position.. The slaughter of our troops *here
was very heavyi
The Enquirer of the 2l3t savs thirty, dis
see, were brought: lo the city on, Sunday
evening by way of Lynchburg. They were
lodged in Castle Thunder.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 23.
[Special to Sentinel, —iixr Governor in
dall was yesterday appointed First Assistant
Postmaster General, vice John A. Kassoo,
elected to Congress from^Iowa.-
-4facksW, Tenri-^Ott. 24.
To Maj. Gen. H. VV. Halleck'Gerie*rai:in
Chief—U. S« Army,Washington
A dispatch* just ijsa}s our ciivafry has
defeated Hay wood ,s Partizan Rangers, seven
miles north ot lirownsvillet Killed 1 cap
tain, captnreti about 4 0 prisoners, 6 0 horses
and a. wagon lo of arms, completely break
ing up the party. Will send the prisoners
(Signed) S. GRANT,
Major General Commanding.
WASIHNOTON, Oct. 24.
Oh account of sickness, Col. J. P. Turner
Comroandinjr General has been relieved from
duty as a member of Court Martial now in
session at St. Louis, f,,r the trial of Maj.
Col. W. Woodruff, whose nomination
as Brigadier General was not confirmed by
the .Senate, has been ordered to joinhis reg
iment, the 12th Kentucky.
BOSTION, Oct. 24-
Alexander II. Rice was nominated for re
election Congress' by the Repubiicaiis of
the Third District yesterday.
S. R. Train was nominated for re-election
to Congress by. the Peoples' Union Conven
tion in the Seventh Congressional District.
1'LEASANT VALI.KY, Oct. 24.
Orders have been issued in Bnrnsid 's
commard, to issue no mors clothes than tbe
men can carry comfortably on forced inarch
es. It is rep -rted here that Hooker rejoins
the army on- Monday.
NEW YOT:K. Oct. 24.
A special to the i'ntne says it is ascer
tained tbat the current complaints, to the
oft'ect that the army of the Potomac lacks
necessary supplies, and i. unable to advance
against the enemy, for the reason tbat thev
have oeen withheld, are utterly without foun
When the matter was brought to the at
tention of ihe Secretary of War, ho institu
ted an investigation which.discloses tbe fact
that every requisition from the army under
Gen. McClellan had been immediately uu
swered,' and that every article called for, h»d
l^en promptly delivered, shoes not except
This we are enabled to state distincly and
Reports differ respecting the prenyl
whereabouts of the great rebel army of Vir
ginia. The general opinion amonir
ginia general opinion among military
men understood to be that ther main
body reroaing in the vicinity of Winches
ter. Intelligent residents of Frederick City,
however, professing to speak on tbe author
lty of deserters and refugees, black and,
white, are coirfident that little more than
ihe shell remains in front of our forces
most of the rebel array behind it having
The crrcomstances that Brag.5 has in like
manner escaped Buell by evacuating Ken
tucky lends plausibility to the latter sugges
tion, in the minds of some persons.
N W YOKK, Oct. 24-
*he correspondent of the- Tribune writing
from Bolivar Heights, says more than half
tbe army is now- under the command of
(Jen. Bumside in addition to his own corps.
The 9th, the commanders of the 2d and 12th
report to him. The 2d, late Sumner's, is
undtr Maj. (Jen. Coiioh the 12ih, (Banks)
was assigned three days ago to Mai. Gen.
Slocum, but while all these corps are under
Bumside, the three remaining on.t's to the
North and West, the 5th, tbe 1st and sixih
are commanded respective!r by Fitz John
Porter, Keynolds, and Franklin, who con
tinue to report directly to General McClel
Tbe current belfef is that when tbe army
of the Potomac moves it will be in two bo
°nt comoianrlcd by Bijrn*jde«thi other
by McClel lain,%m to take the eu*a»y in front
tbe other in tUnk, is probably the only in
ference drawn Irom* thittarrangement.
TiJVnmqrs^rrom, Wtehiqgton that the
rehel*.am leaving Winchester, ore known to
be uufounded. Frosh troops are sent daily
fromHichmond into ah Valley and
they have occupied the whom Ime ol the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad frjin Harper^
Ferry to Paxton's Cut. It is eviient that
tlmttnrTwaleCirUlio Poiomae ha* much to
do wi:h the the movements of both armies.
The rebels feel safe between Martin*burg
is reported there that a fight is progrecing
at laland^Ve. 10. There a probability
that this hi trot
aaajorHy of 4 fwrnajntng on«, girl Blanker,
B-ulwferl.M %sun"u W W S a
easily tordable. McClellan thus compel!- Any person clving information where sold cow
ed to keep his army scattered along tbt riv- i*,*r rttemief her, will be ntlty paid for all*
tr distance of thwtjr miles. Jtofl
ratic candidate for Auditor Gen
NEW O Oct. 25.
:jal despatches dated Bolivar Heights,
Md.. the 25th inst.. say that Contrabands
from Stonewall Jackson's command, report
that after the otter destruction of the Balti
more and Ohio railroad, west of Martin*burgf
the entire rebel army commenced falling
back yesterday morning, and that rebel offi
cers believe that it isLee^a if (eatiof to estn^
ter near Goidorrfville., Tbi*repfc*l tiling
back is eorreborated by unusually strong
Later from Europe—American Affaire
SANDT Hoox, Oct. 24.
The steamer Australasian, from Liter
pool 11th. yja C&eeiatpwn.lith. KaTjost
been signalled. Dates three days later than
those by the Kangaroo.
The question of the recognition of_ th*
Southern Confederacy by- England contin
ues to attiact considerable attention.:: It
was asserted that the English. Government
had announced its intention of continuing:
Glatlstone's strong langoage regarding the
South continued to be the most prominent
theme of discussion. It is asserted .that the
British and French Governments have lost
no time in announcing their resolution to
persist in the, policy of perfect neatitrality.
It is also asserted that there is no Hkfli
hood of immediate recognition. '-?-.
It is reported that the Southern Associa
tion in Liverpool, after Gladstone's remarka,
would memorialize the Government In la
vor of the recognition of theJSonJJbu..'~J^J
Tdie^ji^iele in tb^_JTi»M, ^aya ^that the
commercial efesses^ltf«Mi&ff&le *tstrong
ly opposed as ever to any action on the part
ol tbe Government towards a formal recog
nition of the South, and hiots that the de
sire''ftniTctognrtton comes raefier-lrom the
The Daily $ms replies to the atariciures
upon President Lincoln's emantijation proc
lamationr and defends it from odium sotight
to be cast upon it.
Sir John^ Pa'ckennan, fn sr speech, said he
thought tlie' tTme'diad come when England,
I France, and possibly Russia, ought to offer
mediation in America on the basis of sepa
ration, and on a clear understanding that if
mediation^not1 accepted,recognition must
follow, '.-/. .\v*.
Sir J...Bu4wer Lytton, ina speech, look
ed upon/the restoration of tbe Union as im
possible, and that.slavery would not, longr
survive separation. '.• ,.
Gov*4iwr Moorjbeat* is to be feasted by
the Southerners in Liverpool.
The Lord Mayor declined te* let a Gari*.
baldian meeting be held'in the City Hall.
The police hive prohibited' further Gari
ba!di4n meetings in Hyde Patrkt?***lil.
It is reported that- Garibaldi is'offendej
with tlie terms of the amnesty, and has re
serve! the-right to protest against it.
LATUST FROM ItTvoi.tNn —frThe Daily
N(W* editorially dissipates the idea that the
''Soutlv would willingly,, in "the event of
separation, to- concede any of the, border
State?, and adduces evidence quite the con
trary. The Morning Post- draws a parallel
between lintoln't government afadahat of
the ex- King, of Naples, and charges Lincoln*
with, proceedings dosel-y resembling, those*
which preceded- the downfall of the faoo!it
an throne,' and says Francis'dfKa,ples%ile»l«
pursuing a similar course Why shouUt
Abraham of A merica succeed'r* It qtiestions
whether lCurope, io the event of any signal
victory attending the confederate^ w/mld bo
justified in longer withholding their recog^
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