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JAMES U. PARK EX, EDITOR
W A it 8&}I» S
NATIONAL UNION TICKET..
FOt RES IDS NT,
A A A I N O N
FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
A N E W O N S O N
For Representative in Congv«3s.
I N A I S O N N
F*r Juvlfts of the Supremo Court.
'Mef Justice— THOMAS WILSON.
J. li. MoMlLLEN,
J.JOHH M. BElUll
For Judge ©f the [first Judicial District.
CHARLES McCLURE—Goodhue County
unrtud for the suppression of the re
For Presidential Electors.
UOIIN N. MURDOCK,
1.1 -K 11
nt:r, I lo
Cent :nl i'oint
\vt.s in this
s.v con-. ion u.i fol-
l' r.-!In Crew's
1 jt'lirrrv (4rov«
in tho last
the Mep-fO'trem says
bollioii, it, seems to its they must con
elude their cans., to be hopeless.'*—
Th case could not have been
men are age.nts
by to induce us te keep him there, astd
thoy will do all iu their power to assist
their friends at tne north to cleat him
But there is a Go iu Js
A gcntlon¥M just returned from the int.
nor of Wtjcoii'siii says he was agreeably
Tii .Sons of Liberty.' /-,
ConsideraHo has been said of late through
the papers, a^put a secret organization
coi'perh. ads, calle I the "Sous of Liberty,"
whose abject, ii to resist the government, «,„. ....
and to aid and a?stst the rebels over-
throwing hc -ami). We have said thing
about it thro-tgh the paper, and now say
nothing on our own re ponsi'ility. Wo
have no doubt that such an organization ex
ists, but do not believe it is of sufficient
importance to frighten anybody. It may
furnish much information and aid to the
rebels, and thus retard the progress of our
armies, by preparing the rebels for our
movements, but we have lath in God, in
I the g. eat heart of the American people, in
Abrahim Lir.cvn and in General Grant,
jand do not believe all the piftv. ra of Hull
Jean prevail against these.
Below we rjvc the material part of the
testimony of Gr.en P.. Smith, the Grand
Secretary of the ord for the S ate of Mi
isouri, given before the Provost Marshal of
Q. In what particular v,
-•isiance to I .: given to"
iovk-rnment A. fu jny
aiid at an and all limes.
9,' Ken von
2 no fsiai
•I =...d Winff
2i W nrvamtngo
rebels) tir« beaten :it Chicago ant
that the 'gtvat mass of the people an
Kurpri^el see how promptly tho towns j° ov-t\^: Uo i.
of that State wero fil.mg their rfuotas.— I'SsLstisg ihrougti (!•.£
E\tra ban..ties of bom A20U to $3t» have the view oi
wonderful efRet to induce men to euiist
Hud many of tlm lovv.'s tiiH eotitHws iuv,
olreadv furu'slied all the men a4:el
Wo a so learn from Mk-Vgan
ingister Hv»ly in t-.. -:-ro
ace, nni\ the .state cju o.
ing up With every piosp. .'
not a necessary.
Q. W..s:vI'ouri iVoios-i.
I (th Uouncifr A. Yr,: si.-.
Q. iy how many delegate^
lively three aiicl uur.k ine.
It is this tho peace! Q.
the rebels when proposed by tl
they arc beaten the rebels nve boaien.
_,, I A. Ye^, Sir,
It thoy arc bnateu at Chicago, the I position to rais
roboli etui-" i^j
W had hoped lo have been able to
have given the result of tho Chicag
convention in this issue, but ave nol.
Geo. McClellanis probabl
but whether on a peace or war plat-
form is not known, nor docs it mt'kc
much difference tor with such a
poaco war candidate upon :i:iy pla'
form the rebels are not badly beate.i
at Chicago. They were all the time
praising up MeClellan whWo he was
at tho head of [lie army, hoping there
caps for the Go.-.
and talked of
Ill nots is also beg.'uniog to waki
lerg?tio ert'urts during Uie renvvn
week's may aooomnitsdi uu-.eh.—Vh
Minnesota not much Inthind her sister
state* hi fespect to responding to thecal!
for trosps. Almost every town in the
State is lo- king their responsibility s^iueiy I SJ
in tils laee, and making provisions to meet
i». St. P.ud-n pnr.ienlar is hiring cv.ry para-u-,uut in,
ii vi (Hut ofTers himself at any price. Only
t'ntr diy* more remain befbrc the draft a ®*J
place, and we-suggest to atvy who are liable tlktm
to be drafted, that i, is better to go tvljm tbel
acro^J between* traitor and a coward,
ythm toey eculd got courage eoougb" mm]w
purpose. Bat thf draft will &*&
day of \u'"'i st 186
that Slate on the
I The Provost Marsh it will be rocollect
I ed had susp cled ths existence of the ortfer
and had ferreted it out, together with all of
_j its secrets an! doings of its members, and
the names of the members, and (or certain
I semi treasonable acts had arrested several
ti.ent." .A. ,'
stood .that it- obj.rjt
the Oonfodenit'i Goveri
to restore the L'nion a
was aid and a
and all ways,
Q. Whoa the r.vo
ment conteuip a.
taken place A
tc I. S:.-.
Q. LJrtvc yo
made by mevob
member who shou Jivi
Q. VVbat wc-ie
That lbey?woit!d upoi
Q. Was the «crrG'
United S a ,iii •.-.
men't emploveo- p' op
or incut -fi, o! s.-u order,
heaid it disoi'-j. ed in council
be MS thr,
nt pr iof of
the i'ac! kill
'. .v-sa -.in:i
i, sold )S
-ed bv a
Q.' ttte iv
in tiie eve it of I'
ibis snip rioi' A,
ded to unite \vi
i. »•. I'orees in
proprit te every
ted tes (Jo\
Q. tias ihj
"i es sir
knowledge lav. you o(
a meclii of :,.
City of *-"-cw i"of'v' last
know titac l'io .Suuremo Ci
Nov Vi.rKt ty last t-'ubtutrj
I t.dieve, to .deet a Supi.-nj-i
Q. is not the r.Jcr of A mv. ican
hosttlo in every
I -'-'•. '('••-•-. io tne gonoiuii gov
evnmoiu, and Iriviidiv io iho su-caiied'ton
fade rate govcrnm
A. Yes, sir.
any contributions been made or
vviti toe design, of
ed. rale arm-, in any way?
-.'. boi./re my arro^t a pro
iio.ioy io purchase gun
de'iitto army was uiade
tong ihe members, but
jut or not, I am not ad
Q. Stata.what tho prominent members
0 A a
A. When I fi
1^03, S. L. Mo
A. Iu tho eve.n, oi iorasion
army in Missouri. i,
Q. Were not tha
A. \T*s sir.
if rani the kdow!e.b
1 ihorougbJy dL
.'d nil I P''0- *fH Adu'lt.iL
Q. WieilV A
tion ibe 8
A. .Fri'tn ..
bundled and i..
Q. What in
About eighty ih«
Q. W ii a
brsdmg $»bi ..
,]. baman *pw»«* known as Qcppert»«ada T»B retard, if"ih'x\ abJiM ^f*»wTlSS
Meretfttorif a man talks of
be known and rcc
red. Int will pbvj
Q. Who was .. l-.-cu-d Hit
mander by that
tach to his rame by
-his have me-
b* threatened resist the dndt, and fjSi*!rila*« 1 I* S S S & S
they have organic for that vvo tbl raro no ^f
VJ. I ihen understand that the prinei- .fflP*'
pies of this order, as held by the members MiffM 6
thereof, arc such that ii' one of its' memberf.
should assassinate Mr. Lincoln Hcauso of
his allege,d, usurpation of. power,, such umm-
ord.M-, and tha it would bobthethesworn
duty of all to keep .secret the act and saye
him from being' brought to trial and punish
meat for it A. Yes sir.
be justified en
Are we for Peace or War.
That is the question now. Peace, is al-
ways to bo desired, al.vays to bo sought.—
War is ever to 1i depricated., But tbcre mond papers acknowledge a heavy loss in
are circumstances and times when the only I officers and men on Sunday, but claim
«. i/nuuiua.aiiuo a jm nines wne tn only ""'ven an a men on eunuay nut claim tre
way to honorable and permanent Hoo 300 0 prisoners Ou loss in the 55th
through war, and such in judgmen
tv, and nationcd honor, we would nrefcv'
nonsense. Such talk is only a cloak to
hide the real treason of the speaker. The
oa'y issue is, war or d'snnion. When Col.
Jiii-juca and Rev. Mr. Oibnaro went to
Ilinhinoiad Jeff. Da'vis utterly reTnr.ed to
consider any terms or proposition of pence
ve iipon the basis of the acknowledgment
-f tbeindcp ndence of the Soull.ern Con
federacy. Rathei th ..n have such a
We ?.ny let the war go '.n, ami tl
complaint 'ha shall ever escape ir--
ubject, si.all be, shai it doe
every rebel in the- land, North or South. prisoners.
0 a or oaee
lo id and sist
ieip, and ideit.vor
it. was'prior to this
They oppose the war.
and want peace, so that a» fhev sav tho
,rn. i!„, *i made on oiKJorces on (ho Wadon road on
is stopped .hey will[compel their leaders to,
g^ back :n!o the union. We I !ieve them their
when they say the Southern people are
tired of the war, and fond of tho old union
A one of those mentiono
mit nt5 to say that I. not
intimation that I was exp
the mceti io question inilil
after it took pbiee. bavi b?
'versally haid in .-eierenco io the object and an two on a bit to old
svd-order in your presence friends and comrades of the noble Second
joined in the spring of corp*t. Neither by note nor word a
then instructor of the ever asked to appear at that imelin" Gad
order, informed tne v\xv, it was a Demo- 1 been asked.
cratic ergaar/ation, gotten up for the b-^- I won'.! not have ap ared
tit those engaged in rebel! on. and to Having assured
uoite the Democratic party proper, with as I do empb-.t
the view ofco -jp.ration with .he reU ar
Q. When and where was said organiza- was at the
lion vxpoeted io co opera wiih lie HO- and my
called Confederate army
0 a A a 3 5
Were you not led to I elicvo, alter joining to redeem my nam- from that very dubious
said gtder, by conversation with members litany of orators bi. which von involve it in
thereof, that its objects and pm poses were your issoo oi the 12th of tbi\ month
directly cppo.^uo oi tiiosa of ihe General have th? honor -o be mo
GoYtJromcnfc, and in dt.cct hostility to said
mombe.s of this ordei
cor.oiv.ng at the do
ral Uove. ouient, ae.d
agents of Said order,
dishing the i..d
'wonso Wta St ue-.
ave a or
ve it to be
ao :uraieu for
Ijects o: he
pp eyeing the
I I A
A great effort
ion of the Me''
r.ns prominent .
1 die re, am
to get op a
I:, on !l:e
by the retoi temper .-og a New York politician— on the line of ib
HEADQUARTERS, ARMY POTOMAC,)
No engagement has occurred since Sun
day. The enemy has fallen back as prcvi
ously stated to th*ir lines, two miles from
Petersburg, and are making strong works
similar to those we encountered on our ar
rival here. The rebels work night and
lay, evidently expecting an attack. Rich
Our loss in the
74 onicors and 784 men wounded, 99 offi.
ce« and 2eS53' inetT' he "sth
We are for peace. But rather than that' corps lost about 390 which makes the loss
peace should be at the sacrifice of uationali- '',:
1 5 ir
these two commands. No doubt
«.! ., I ion sustained the greatest proportion of
war, even to the utter extermination of
A steamer from
but if JelF. Dav could cftmpcl them to telligence that the itels
eogftge in war
against their will stil! carries en "r.
for the" destruction of the union
they please' fell us why \hoy I.
the southern people wi!| be able to a
p'ish such wonders when the all powerful
port ant conut and
were forwarded tc
he having lost about 1000, mostly
he opponents of (be present administra-1 The Commercial'* Washington sp c'al I following «nder ate of the 16 i:i«t. Aforce
3 intelligence ffffm Gen. Warren's corps
a S a S W a
,' .., tnllv lost to the rebels, another movement
io deploree the loss of!
C^P.OF, Arg 2:
wi- kr.'c:\ed from h'
sbuU and badly wo.m
fiealh a1 :i Fi'z LIunIi
Lee, were kill d. ."
gbor, who had
Subject, and win
the cflb- ii won
great n-nny (if
ir Lien stad
ed on'y for
'earned that his
li h/'d 1-e
be wrote a le'.ter to I
for publication, in or
of disloyalty to the
thus us ,1,
New Y.rk Ilt.-nhi
that 'he «iip cion
n'on, thst mi lu nt
mg in ativwav
ciated with tin: name of Mcf'1
removed, from wl.icb we rx
ou id per
app.- n- at
not hesitate to say that
you of this—assured yon
•by, 'bat the onlv party I
swear and vote by is the army of the 1*0*10
mac—-and having infouned you of whe-e I
timn of the mecring re erred »,
my cletermi^atios never to contract, ii
an repel it, iho cancerous dl-L
town of Qunmey b- I
eight men to furnish*, and offeied a local
bounty of $100 each. Teste dav
-Daniels ptoctned five vnlrsleer.s
credited to at town for a lr
ty $3tiX e- cb, t'u-s saving ihe
at bo die3 not ask the town to'let hitr.
pocket tie balance,—Hoc'.fs lAp-JAha-u
Vv..- fail tusee exactly where tha eeneros
i: I 5 & a
,j 1° «motnbTed thrt children c*a be *cr.
with, s*ee» for less tbayi Iwh" the u-uii'
*y Ctaia«»t by tfte Shoe-.s,- so say nothing of sftecarags
nt brings the
their wish, anr|i peraie efforts retake the Wcldon raiboad
_..,,. but so far wlire uoMiceessful. V5*o now
hold the rend' fir
rebels cat not
r::.vii lory of cur armies are inker, away
from the union men of tho South. It all
irt th'i liehi with an
(Jovc-i nnient .'isp'.'..:bes
lim to d-iy.
Nr.if YORK, A 2
The ntorn:r-'.' p-pers contain very liulo
vvs in aJJ ion lo what w, toiograpbed
last night. The t^ra^'s :(\h co ps' cor
rcpopdent :.:v.s our foices hav. wiiin'tawn
from Deep '".-..ttom, on ihe nitibt of [lie 2t)ih.
An imporstint co-operative tnormnent bv
tho 10ih ci.rpq commenced ibis nmrn'ng.
the dciiiii"s o: w'oicii wif! reach you nt the
S .' 1 —U is re por:ed by
ofl'Ceis Just rt'lived f. on the ion!, that io ,.
ihe airack made on Siitnlay upon oar left
by the lubels, in which they weie hand
sonicly the ix'o 1 Gen. A. V. iiiil »o
Leo :hrtt LJ uuv.-n
v( un 1 to
ie on l.bo
s'jti of llebart L.
A (1ST 16.
'U.U, C-t.m .••:,
achie\od a grand
.•' eJ all ieket.1 urn!
"d fiom iell
.io the We
.-ei flt-vt-reiy, y^ lulu '.'•-,r op- so
dy defeated. Gen, A. P. Did is
mr-rtaliv wounded, and II oath
son of It. L. Lee, killed. The
lb* lCth M-ss, is a piisonvr,
Our loss was !"0 Wo took
'colours, and hotiie say wiiio The
)-lew are took two, nod the 7G-h .New
A (.no. Thn.-o of the cnlo.irii ate nrire
.-.••', while the hers are much dlii nni.l
liKAii'Vifs km\y Potomac, Aug. 2-1.
or seven miles, and we now bold secure
th Weidon lload to Learn-. Stalift.i, a dis
ta. ce of seven miles.
rebals are to Kren on onr left I
fro:r. The ei'ii.e loss of the 5ih corp- on
Sunday is nows a to' bo 5,0(0. They
Wirbi'* Sjie, ial, Washington. Aug. 25
Persons of known sccesioij proclivities h«te
r'am that, contrary to the opinion general
expressed by th-: NT rthern Pies-?, the I
movement of a porri. of Grant's forces on
be not them side of ihe James was not a
feint, but a boiiafile Rttae-fe an Richmond
om th-j east, and that the on the
Weidon Rai road wa-s onlv a feint to draw
the attention of Leo h-ora the oibtr move
ment. This supposition, it is claimed, GX
plains why our knees found no rebel hoops
Ab quiet to-day except the usual can ^'-veie damage was done to ihe rebd com
),,adin .'. Our left has been ev.cnded fix
Woi.bm Raiboad, Lee
having at one.- divined me
ed by Gram.
Hancock is reported by seeossiortistg to
feel vtav sore alM«t the re ent heavy l«sscs
corps he having understood that he
w. io be supporter] by at least cno more
have made a mo complete
dernruction of the. Weidon Itailroad
to bs ac not proposed.however, to evacuate the line
:al boun-i of ihai Jloadij our force will remain there
town to offer tho enlisted men £b. ), which pla iou. is foil o*hope and confidence.
no more than a reasonable compensation. I „.^.15* Certain that the campaign against
It may have been ,.'
A special to C*m-v rrial iavs'tho' fed in"
here with regard to llicirlatc move of (he
in'Senator Haoiels I ifmdeed it has
more than jinr, commenced. If Lap's dis
-, tnje them down an a dollars, and, 1 pb^iion of his foic ha^ boon baKed
'o of some it raiy have been j-sueh an idea, he may fin 1 but his
gtntrvn» in A*1 ?, not to steal the hundred I when it is too ae.
A. dollars thus saved
it also meres
sr^ line of pi
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28
To Major General Dix .,
A dispatch from (Jen. Grant jnsfc received
states that the Kiehiuoud papers, of yesterday,
the 2TUi, annonnce that Fo'rt Morgan is in oiir
pescession, It is not stated rwliotne'r the fort
was sunemlered or whafchev it was blown
Another clisnateli ffives tho folluwing extract
from the Uielunonu ~~a.iifi'r of jcster'hiy:
'•Fort Morgan is in the enon'.y's possession—
whether lilown up or evacuated is not known.'
Gen. Sheridan, in a dispatah dated yester
day at 2 :30 p. u., raports—"Ths enemy left
ray irontlast night, tailing back to Middle
burg. We captured 105 prisoners yesterday
arid inflicted a loss oi' 100 killed and'wounded,
ThorohavG been a few feints along the* river
by the enpmy, but thero had beenno strength
sliflWa. Indications to-day are th»t they
will fall back out of the valley." Other
reports slate the enemy is leaving thoShe
Nothing has bien received from the army of
General Sherman for two days.
•Signed E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Richmond papers of tic 14th inst. siy
Tho only items of news from Mobile are the
enemy from Fensacola, estimated a
cavalry are rapid'y 2.C30. crossed the Perdito river yesterday,
stroying the railroad bridges between Pe advancing toward Mobile Bay. A heavy a two-ihirds rule can oossibly kill him." I
sav.a. at reason have j. rsbmg and Waldon, Gen. Warren is so I Yankee force is in northern 'Mississippi doubt if that does, but it may. His friends I ''undred head, from which be clipped about
they to be.ieve that :f the war is stopped strongly entrenched that he cannot be dis- whose destination is supposed to be Mobile. claim that l.e will be nominated on the
the union can be restored have they ever lodged, a is making rlemonstraitons on I [This probably refers to A. Smith's first ballot. Th opposition to McCiel an hriugabout 50 0 hc&d.—S7iakopet Artfus,
lyvd such an intimation from the rcbJ and Lynchburg Railroads column
is so dividtd as to neittralze theireffons. -j W O O
Thfe rebels are Vvhinv- to destrov tbfi un S
I O MONBOK, Aug. 24. They^compromise the supporors of Vallari
closejy invested by v.
forces. Gen. Gnnay'w
the 1 Lth, in close c.u
tems anxious for ti
struck, and the days
numbered. The '.-.-c^
•uno .g the fleet and tv
ihe men are lir-t rn
bcveial promtn-.-nt anoiHionisls, in
Kieazer VYi ght anu H. G. Howe,
ten lo Goo. bbemmif, in oi il
saii^facnon in til's Itepublican rank
advising that the Baltimore and Ck
v.: rninees bo.h wi'bdiaw Lh.ir na
Ptesid nO.al candidates, and o. neve
lion bJ called vo sel.ct new can.
Fremont leplied a !e..gt]), rematki
he does not fell at liberty to withdra
name without iiisc cur.sullitig tin
ty who nominated him, but. suggest
that a direct elfort be made to oi in.
an immvdiato uivlci-slandir.g bttwoen
the suppoiters of belli ornn ee^, in oidei
that they may and (e upon such
a convention Ln iliis letter F.-.-mont s-avs
"Much liec-n said about peace. Lot
pcary: signifies the inlegral usiabii^b^
to he L'nion wdliout slavery, bccaiwc
slavery i.s tlie wur'ce oi' ad our poiiiicial dis
sensi.ma, fi'id' because the insto'iiioo
condemm by .ha -niigbtened ami libera
I spirit cf the ago. Tiie-o are to me the e.-1
h- ntiai cond'niuns oi poace."
b,:.!. li ed
nned a tram of
fJALTiMORi:, August '25 —IS .30 A. M.
following special dispaich
HAP.PER'?S FEURV, A S 25.
A rcconnoisance was made this morning
by a large force of cavalry under (be com
forces a a
I (heir line of .skirmishers abo
\rj ft i\ r\ r-. v» 5 n'.'^w n. V.*
Ktarr.cysviPcn, anr*dr\ after a brilliantt
W ASI.TN-. TON, Aug. 25. S'lcosedtti tn cnpiuring quite a nr
k^bed^and,. wouwledj rec
n.si.iiy In ejtpjtttrej.* at
fo"owiag report:—|Wjuwrn^pon,, Wta -ti
•g th-? e«»erav drors ia cavatry snd sorn'-.-'lofsniry*
wno. bowr-va~.*so.n %bt of mtm« hoars ?n cu
e-tsemy bick r«e* h• isejy rcranbed by
Luiringvthe rinnish wc
lost a few Hod and wounded, all of whom
NB W YO«K,
A to crtss
|asd £3 private*. Th* e*a«jny u','ut shows
I forre on oar froet.
I N I A N I I O
The follo-wincr dii-patchirom General Sully
bring: good tidings
iT.y tcPearaph fvQm Mihvankeo.J
lljiAUQUAUTEUS T. N W
ply of w'.iske do
lively next week.
A ftcrwai ds hs itot ano111er fere
pressed him so heavily he vea.s obli
abandon ad but ftne of ha guns and
ail b:-. prisoners.
lie im de the entire circuit
Bri". i'jen'1 Sibley, St. Tnul.
from Gun. isui ey
CAMP ON IIBAKT RIVES', Aug. 2.
I came to the Indian camp, vor*(l 300Wix
teen hnndfed iodgen, 1 a*i 'Thursday, in Qie
Tab ka-ka.Uney mountmns neur the Litilo
Missouri. Ario'r(U)six hours Ught I drove
heavy. Uurs very light
A. SFLLY. Bri^. Gen
(sign- (!.) F, MELIH.R, A. A.
I A O N E N I O N
Special dispatch to tho St.
CHiOAGO, Aug. 27
Prcparationa for the great pow-wow here ,:
on Monday continue active. Quite a crowd
wbelmmgly for MeC ellan, and nothing but
»ery S° for McClellan and *imost any Kind
of a platform. ckham, Robertson, Gil
mom and Ji Kin--, are all of trie outside
pressme d, iegat-.s thai have arrived as the
resulf of the Monday -night meeting in Sr.
Paid. Bnsbin dr'irik his friends keen
him out of sight.
Vallandi'.ln*m "tore open. de«d
ii before a sytnpulhzing audience
last night. Le related his reiv..nces,
made Abe LintolTi a bend, and the rebels
angels. IK will probably be ever s'aughed
in ihe eon-ention.
Kicbaidson, of Illinois, repeated his St
Pan' speech in P-ryan ilali ias night. The
Mcl/i'llan men have iiieir meeting' nieht.
Tnev a^v.vli-'.e firewo-ks astd music to tret
I up orthu'.i.iMN
ode •n for
Amos K-Jiidall held bis conservative con
•:r airea iv
.a.ich says 'ir
Macon io, ..| at
of 31 mil s,
lOUic 'o At bio! a.
(m his ho met the rcbe's
fotc •, and loudly defiled tliem
four s'nti'i ofcol'-'s, s'x cannon
land rcachod Decatur with a IOSKOI 109 men.
I E I A W
W A S it
o«, An 20.
[fy-cial to Tunes.]—The right of Sheri
dan line, held b^, Wilson's cavalm' divis
ion, was ibis morning, advanced und met
Li'o enemy in a severe engagement, which
coniiouod up to tho dep riure of the train
from Harper's Ferry. The attack wit
made in ctiitscjii nee of a moveui nl on the
paj of tin- enemy showing a design of cros
sing ihe Po.omac Oy a bank movement on
die ngbt wing of Sheridan position. At
latest advices .be action sti'l continued.
been ailjus'ed a
The New Yo delegation bold thrir
fo consu a', on ti.is afternoon
iiDS a Majorilv of
Urst nir-B ing iorr consnl
I he American Ins received to-night tho McClelLn undoubted!
mand of General Torbett, which resulted io nomiuaiien of McClellau to tho
I obtaining v.-ry important infoimarion wiih "on
I re«pe«jt to the enemy's movements. New York. Penasylvania Indiana, lllin-
Krom in'oMnati^n received it appears oi". Wiscon-in, Michigan, Iowa and Minn
I that a coasidorable portion of the enemy's icsota, th two or three of the New
It is *. i- L, ,-., ,,
The Gonsti'utional Union men are now
org ni/.ing iheir mass convention, the*object
of wbic'i seems fo be to recommend the
Chnrldston, this morn- En land States, *ro claimed as certam for
a mile be
5 Afteoomnasatee was etade by Geo-. A F'mridlnce j?e«rsboy the other day wa*
JQrmk which nrsuited inJb& capture tl 0 rtVAn^ cut Ti'a-sbsngton 'tirety Ground
S A E ITiiBSS.
A-pa'rty of German immigranfs, number
jng about 100 in all, pr.ssed up4 tho river ona
day last week, on their svav to Stoaraa
county. It is stated that each head of &
family carried with him tho go'd to buy
farm and the.necessary household good* f«r
his new home.— W,nona Republican.
From a private letter we learn that Lieut
John Ogden, of the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry,
former'- Principle of thj State NWm«d
them from iheir strong po.-iition, and frmn acnool at this p.aco wa3 among the «aptur»
thtircutup. l^sstroyed immense qnantitins of ed with Gen. Stoneman's C0mma«d at Ma
pro\isioiifl and property. Indian loss in killed icon, on the 25th ult. He
a a I
ate here, but not nearly ad many a« one /,#$. "-*•».
would suppose by reading the copperhaad
papers. The unhide pressure is
It proved a very small
MoOleilan affair. K. OeMortimer of Min
ne^ota. (an "i.'i timr Si. Pan! I urst nj* suec
idar: "•. figures on ihe Conimiltet' of Organ
ization. and also on l)u Com in 't:ee »n Res—
.do! ions. Oean Ibohoiond \van'*s ihe
Platform to dec'are that if I!IP rebels refuse
terms o' peace, they will whip them out.—
rise bv -nee
coming in ?.s oarl\ as last night, were turn- common ed fighting. W. Arii^trong knock
two of ihein down in the fight, but they
Some of tho ou'side delegations have Anally tbre.v bitudjvrn on some w.-od :«nj
m-'.dft airangemonts to camp out. About b-^an to sirike hmi and the dog h»ng,n*'
all tb de'ega e- to ihe (Jon'cntion aro now bold of ins throat. Some of onr cit xint
in, and ihe canvass on the Presiden'ial an urn to bis ruscue, en a gen-ral fir«- fi »lir
d'dale. gieiws 'ively. Put (wo names arc ook id. ce. Those comine.nciog -.Toro knowk
pr«)ininen''y mentioned—Ge McGlel'an ed down, and, oae of tliom with bi ko»"V
a (lev. Horatio Seymour. Govern Soy sled slak •, wh ch laid him out for i..ma
moiir, however, says that In- is not and tune, inflicting nearly a fatal wound.—
will imt be a ca-i dilate, liis name is being SbeiifF i' cisim arrive this tima and
UN bv gentlemen prominer.ee oi bis by tho assistance of olhors-aur-ceeded in »r
o« and ^several Western States, ami re&ting'lhe insiigatorn of the tfrav, and not
', by Fernando Wo«d, who it is reported having any pbc..- to keen th«m c-iriclmJa.!
'av that Mr. Seymour will be more ac- to release them if they go immodLtely
rent bio to those he vc\r sents that 'Gen. homo or otil of town, which they did. for
McL'lellan. This neverthebss is denied by some lime blood Mowed frrelv during th*
'delegates from both Eastern and Western light, and was dangerous fi»r persona tfo
stale--, who claim to bo consislant and be o« them reel, on account of the stonce
warm pea men. jibing brown in every direction. Too much
McGlidlan apuears to have a largo ma-- credit cannot bo given to the ShttnfT for
joriiy of the 'egntes in ttio West as web prompt action in quailing the tight. Pu it
as in the East, at his friends expect his soem.s to us that it is a diagram to lb*
nomination as early as the thst or second county that they have no pdaca for a lock
balloi. Th Ohio delegation is reported up for such persons, when they hav« money
ah ut equdly divided between the contest- lying in their Treasury. It would not ee.it
over $100, and no one thing i« rn«re needed
ia.-j, at uavbght, and inarched in fhe di- McGlellan. of thee States, however, ,„
ui-v»sier, into trie hanoy reauxatiea or •ue
rerlion of Leetown. cavi. rv attacked do not vote a unit. '.,
'heir namw were Clement h.
.*r,.,. ,L.ui Mentoi, ilarbl^of'the Xew
..-. -Mv.wmim wf.i ih'.- onc"*\ eJatcHieflt o?
Lft'i of Joly. t]
eaid a gejst'eti
eammifeioned ©2k#rs, 1 liettteaant CoionaL [ed Wbat, Bitld geatfeman,'^! V*'a^h-' *^«-^-tarv,
jsgtousurrounded by 'Fe
tha yfruth as he daabed itrs^
niw a prisoa-
er at Ssvaiinab, Georgia -lb.
HMiGSAHTR.—A party of Bohemian im*
m'grants arrived on the Albany on Monday
and another lot on the Enterpriaa
yesterday, porhaps a huodi ed in ad Thoy
all seemt-d hea.ty. and intelligent, and com
fortable off. he women are dressei ia a
P'Curesquo costume, one that aur
much, in the matter of economt S 5
to our American
S-MEKP:—FI. II. Wiliiams l9ft
Tuesday last or Michigan for the ur
Ha already has four
V^- °f *™d this year, He intends to
Saverai lead.? of this stapla oatna
in town last week. I brings a geod priea.
E CROFS.—In a trip w# mad# t» 8S.
Charles last wee'-c, we had a good opportu
nity of comparing the crops of M»w«r Ce.
with ih©*« of the county t&st of us I
*ur judgment the «rop» of Mower &T* HR
surpMied. They far «2««ed aay»hia
*»W,— Mo\csr V*. Htgisier.
E S .— Not less than thret hundred a
en are l.iing pa-lured and fattened for i\*
Beei market on the Prairie bstwcsn Br«wn
dale and Bourbie's grove. The pasture is
ample and vvoll watered, the feed is good,
and many of. the beeves wou'd it-ake good
eating i* slaughtered soon. We opine this
somebody anticipated' making money from
this nice liltta drove. Our unfenced F?*ir
ies are -iesdned sre be covered oyer,
durmg the suium.r time, wi various kinds*
of slock. Pasturing Minnesota
always be as abundant as now. fh
own of Pepin (Meads
1 nave is^u .JS ers offering s. lo
tor cue year'*
thives of that ci' v,
tiain to-tight. Ph:
or Mcf'GUan. If t!ie
fail Chicago will
a has:y ti.-it fo tli» town of
we«k, and found the harvsst
and the grain saved in goo^i
re secmel but iittle troub'a
help. The crop "more than
nea.- ly iinis!led,
nam e»aK«ora has ie nis coinna
mimmun, and th-jf have yronetai
orl roi^iliiig tu be sworn in llaitinqs
Ltvi'.i.v I S he city again begins to
it quue a lively a. psarance, and is ev
idvnily arting up from the quiet, whiek
led ii win everv body and his help
th- bai vest field. The grain is near
ly all secured, and business begins to re
rive and iVtrish,—ifoc/iix'w- li.-p.
f'ne of tho mo*t disgraceful scencc whicb
In--tiver occnnx-l in our town, look
CliiCAao, Aug 21. last evening \o-\ would, if properly in
ad to the Dcinoerdir tLa cd, am unt to a riot. The tight nrigi
iv g'-ea1. i! bo swelled na.cd, as we understand, at the Pdiiard is*
nions done half the loon on Main Street fi seerns that two
ie way come and a'- men iiom Meri e:i rnr.ie in town an I be*
are exiensive, the princi rame in toxical d. ai.i bejjan to quarrel und
overilowms, and panics iSnoun. or !i.'v, vrith one other and a d»r,
The Kcn'ucky dec-gate difficulty ha's not t.han such a pi. ce, a* th^ people *iioul«i
Wi probably go to
demand it at the hand*, ot our an
for iheii own personal safeiy.— Oioaionnm
TUK O-oes.— Vovrr, ^ince th# »«t lfmont
of ibis county, have :he crops been secured
in I Ui"t- shape than tTave the pr-sjrt. The
farmers hive with few exreplionn, so far an
wo can iea'ii, secured their present grstn
crops in stack or barn vVbh but Tory little
or no waste and in good condition. Seri
ous apprehensions '^cre entertained, early
in the season, ih-tt our crops could nut be
.secured for want ef labor, but the hrar
immigration to this part »f iho State, dur-
u. ing the season, turned tho praor.e»Ti»a» cf
Ttfti of Th«*ra. when harvest time arrives, ami have don*
At tho Sherman Iloiwe, tWs rno-ning, a V^u.vUouot 'eernieg their bread'
^e of-choice spirits, nine in number,! aonng the preseot Siaaon.
e-ssin that respe't. Besides, the women
—F"fl?~*5 and children off Waseca countr
Vallardighaco, of martyr exile notoriety P°Lfcri'"
\John Coh.-on the Fremont ca*dtftie /or\,.
Ti4 o.".^, znd ihs in or ml tu botbj
c--in an-rj h•• 1 ul OtOJaey .'- TNei 'Wv nm man^factnrioiror. entirely new #Hl«
ttnpetdreJaisb -"r»s aj-t $g:5 .V0'/'" a«i^( .. c'th Parntftjr* Mari'jfsctnry'if
amount iu the Ueaettry over 8 HJ&O0,€t».— 5!? |f
a jsgtou surrounded by Fdrtg/ £ta%ertt\ \tt,lrjr,
"niuch better tb^n wa»
»n the,Reason, but ti
t.-puMii ,cn£Ai'Eit, MOUE ItrKABLK AXD BET
y. Tk.V. TUAK TIN,
t,»y«tfaer ^ar* Spoil In u»e.
pretat tr*de }*iiv-zcn Kng's^id and
see in Mtrgcly favor of Fr*rc«, VVi
the trade of the loyal States, Englsn
I be airno-.t ramed, hs eetu, a furnify ar^i sy*-ry /amity may
hate if tfigrrai \b«*«^Rnce i*ta amsllexpeue.
ftbenKWt cftnvoru^ntartK.IeB that «ac
DJ '-IK2 UlfcMt feptjtii*.
PWTct Stle at €1111 nrtes'n Foraitire
ad a a S SUnnfM
if« Aprtryt. n.t. tk