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District subject to privet* oatry. aad long
experience ia LoadOmec buaiaesa, giro the un
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ell or loao Uad Warrants, aad eater purchase
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Peeler in Fareign and Domestic Exchange,
f/ BBP3 Land Warrant* constantly on band
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Tork price*. Collectione made, Exchange
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JTJC A S O N S,
COJiSELLOft AT LAW.
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8t. Germain Street.
OlSO A. NOUFSS,
r?tMEt IID COKRSEiLCR I I l»
Orioaia JloCtosa's (Pamsix) -LOCC,
5 r*a ii S
ST.' FAUL, Mhi^
s. .. ii
T. H. B^aaitlT*,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,^
W I Hnirna.
•ii.-* FmfUcw*- **& 8*rg0m,
n. CLOUD •--. »w»-
DUB tLPUaiERX DR.J.C.WER
AVING aasociaiod ihemaelvos in the prac
ticeW moaieiao WiB pwroao their profes
oioarinall ita braaoaos. mcludiag midwifery
and oparattvo surgery. v5oI-tf
pj T. UPBAli,
fT. CLOUD. Ml!rNBS«»rTA
1UBR In Clothing, froths, Cassimsrcs
TooOaga, aad Ouatlumen's Furaishing
to the iaspsation of which ha invites
:\m *\m 11
BOur MJsny SHOES
,. •id afUrtwfwlawbaaat1 aad ro
^T aVw#0( a *i*
WM SMITH CO.,
**Ah ha!' Unghs DAVIS "yon think to eope
Wiihm-C\ 8 A I have plenty wfeoan,
Aadplentyof awn. 'twere otraace iadeed.
It I should not prosper! ia soresi need
lean still keep up my End of 'he Rupe!"
Alas! poor Jsr* with Pl.Uo he'll sop.
Like every other rebellious pap
Wa. thinks t«p.-osp*r Coerestrangeindeed
FROM A W A
Troatlaa of ik« Hoble VU* Man—1
aWittV ACSB.tr^-A aeseaMtdc, Ktc.
From lanity Fair.
'i he red man of the forest was lonu'ly
a very respectful person. Justice to the scalded. One
noble aboorjgiue warrants me to sayin' g*t hi* share
that origgernerly he was a majestic cuss.
At the me Chris, arrove on these
si.ores (I allude to Chris. Columbus.) the
tavajis was virtuous and happy. Ihey
were muocent of secession *urn, draw
poker, and siaiuUues* gm'raJly They
didn't discuss the slaver) question as a
custom They had no Congress, faro
hanks, delirium tremens, or ^ssociat
I'reas. Their habis was cjn^ueutly
panies, thieves, ward poliiiciano, pretty
waiter-girts, and other metropditan nfiue
ments were unknown among them. So
savage in good standing would take post
age stamps. You couldn't have bo't a
coon bkiu with a barrel or 'em. The
male Aboorygine never died of consump
tion, because she didn't tie her waaat up
in whalebone thinga but in louse and
iowin' garminta she bounded, with waked
feet, over the hills and plains like the
wildand frisky antelope. It was a onlucky
uiomt nt for us when Chris, sot his fo»t
on these 'ere shores. It would have been
better for us of the present day if the in*
jms had given him a warm meal and seat
him home ore the ragin' tillers For the
savages owned the country, and Columbun
was a fillibubter. Corhz, Piaarro, and
Walker were one-horse fillibusters—Co
lumbds was a four-horso team filhbuster.
and a large yaller dog under the wa^cin
I sa, in view of 'he mess we are makin'
of things, it would have been better for
us if Columbus had staid to home. It
would have been belter tor the show bis
niss. The circulation of Vanity Fair
would Le larger, and the proprietors wu'd
all have boosuin pins Yes, sir—and per
haps a ten-pin alley
By which I don't wish t.i be under
stood as hitimatin' that the t.calptn'
wretches who ire in tho iujio bisniss at
the present day are of any account, or cil
culated to make home happy, 'specially
the Sioxes of Minnesoty. who deserve to
be' murdered in the first degree, and if
"ope will only stay in St. Paul and not go
near 'em himself, I reckon they will be.
Things in our town is workin'. The
canal boat ucy Ann" called in hen the
other' day and reported all quiet on the
Wabash. The "Lucy Ann" has adopted
new style of Binhakle 'light in ther
returned to Philadelphy.
1 took his hly white hand in mine
suggested to hTm thatif he could ibdace
sing it about fourteen times, •'beeauee it's
thtir bis Let Win fade."
"Kctsv said I, pau-i./ iu the middle
of the nxni and letting my eagle eye wau
If he finds not oft in his soreat need,
lis ths^ndofthe Rope that will keephim up night of thn here serenade, I desires you
to appear tha winder drc**?*] in white.
land wave a lily white haadercber. D'ye
"If I appear/' said thai remarkable fe-
which when they dU finish it, there were
good Late suppers, dyahepsy, gas corned There was a great many ragged «iys, nmrched into L.uisville. much to the sat
aad there was qute a number of growfinp jgf^tion
drunk. lr £chwars- y, who was holdiu'
up a fiost,seemed to be particly drunk—
the citizens of Philadelphy to believe it join'
he might make
Aa several ot our public men are eon*, this you see, remember me
stantly being surprised with serenades, I
couc'uded I'd be surprised in the same
a,ked the Btaas Band much they'd
take tv take me entirely by surprise with
a aernnide. They said th#'d orerwhejm
much so thit it had g-t into his specta-
ua our money now, or wait till you git
"-for this onexpected hon .r, I thauk
you'd give us seven dollar* if w^drpby
Again 1 didn't notice him. but rtsu
ed as follows: "1 say I thmk you warm
ly. When 1 1 Hik at this crow1 of true
Americans, my heart sw lis—"
Pr Schwazey —So Jo 1!
A voice" We all do!
*—my heart swells—"
A ooice.—Three cheers for the swells.
-We live," said I, »i troublous ti. es,
but I hope we shall again resume our for
mer proud position, and go on in our glo
Br S hwazey.—I'm. williu' »r one to
go on in a gloaou* career. Will you j..io
me, how citixens in a gl.rious career
Whatwages does a man git fori^ gbnious
career, when he fiuds himself
-Dr. Schwaaoy." *aid I sternly. -ou
are drunk. You're dieturbm the meet-
ou the half shell or a hiprs«tamus on toast
Before he lelt|« e/owedingl ragged boy wanted to know
ladont it." hanL So no more from me to-d-J H'hen
ma with a unexpected honor tor aevan
dollars, which 1 excepted.
I wrote out my impromtoo speech sev
eril daya baforahand, betn very careful to
expunge all ingmumtliatnas aud payin'
particler attention to ponktooarion. It
wan, if I may any it without egitiam, a
manly affbtt, hut tiara! I never delivered
it, aa tha aakal wiU ahow you. 1 paced
opand down the kitehia tposkin' my wiena
Spttk o«to the children of Iirial thai thwy forward."—KXODVH,
VOL V. NO. 15. ST. CLOUD, STEARNS CO., MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1862. WHOLE N O MT
bnrhercd uie nammat by siigiu*.
do suinuier Mtes fade i"
"Because/' said I, alter hesriii* her! f^*prtmoua
I I .'•'_"'-..*'
bald-headed old fool will
fchc referred to her huabaud. Vo d-.u'i
about it in my mind. But ft* fear
might exasperate me I said nothin
The expected night cum At 9 o'clock
precisely there was sounds of f.KJtsteps iu
iheyard, audBiud struckupahvely air,
a e„ui,i flol wn"tt.
cles which were staggerin' wildly over hU !_«yoas .of military incompetency as wouW
noej. But I was in for tt,aod I commenced [surprise you.
-Feller rhiaena: Fortbia onexpected|lhe difiereot Pivfe•ions
The artist 1 spoke about iu my larst has hidyoos noises with their brass horn*, and *J* 1 \Z a *. .i.^
to do. and Was just on the pint of
would be a good idea to have white win- opened and a stream ot hot water Was bro 11 .Mr ^».
und Tvtirftd mt 0
tie em at fuat, but they may oonciood to rangements, have a respectful company ou A
A I What sort of pain ia pro
duced by a Minnie ball I wondei ask
'ed the divinity studenf, liking up from
Meounr of tb rf Alltietam:
4 a if firt.d QW
nien/* W| lieJ
duoe a nrt of Sharp Shooting paiu."
Rtfrted expressly for the UBMOCBAT. by
'8. Varlatt, Druggist, St. Cloud.
W it W a
bloOflUa* TuBOtc danghtar tflfth ABB, iht conat a/ the poor usd Mmwjf''*
CHAP, ZIV VBESK
AT THE BATTLE I PEHH16VKL.1A.
„f BueWt army.—The
Battlt of Per ytville.—Efficiency of the Bat
fry, -hraver tf he St. Cloud Bvye.—Hiyh
ly complimented by I he Commanding Generals.
ex. Kinktad. of the Srcon-1 Vinn. Battery.
male, *'I shall wave a lily-white bucket of P«rrvsville. that we cannot forbeae layin it |i»ine Al praise Davitheir
of bilin' hot water, and somebody will be,befor*
lTni«n of which «re a psrt but after
wn furttK, IliMrt.hi„^
cries ot »*W4rd! Wa 1 I stept out to bag Bragg's Army or e^ en being on Growing wur bowitaere into Kosseau,s Di
onto the portico. A brief ulince showed engagement. Our ah le torce. t«- the .*h»ton with the other-two sections on the
me that the assemblage wa«» summut mix-'
persona evLj^ntly under the affli.-nee of «triooslj alarmed at the near approach of! dee, hrokf impetuously from their cover
the intoxieariu* bole The Band was ahw Rwgg. There were not less than fifty and for three hours es sanguinary a con
tkouMintf troops in Louisville belore our
it 8taff WM Ij0t a
CmT hy 0 ..lIltaJu
—-. 'and scout- back upotr their lines othets.
D*. S-~ Have you a banquet^ spread in sections Iran .in.-r Datteriea, t*crpjiug
the house I should like a rbvnoss ross
t._ t.!• ii _L __ drnyrent potnls, operanug ai the saute
der-shutters 00 their houses aud white SHiear on the disorderly crowd, who took (-nted t. know tf we were not^regulars ^,11 get fall m.^nnls of th* fight tromO
Caur *BAB PsBBWiua, ^ruTrnv,
Oct. vtn. »8«2
1'BiR FRIEND I l.ad intended to At this rime, 2 M., the rebels weie
'keep you posted as to 'Tie movements of suffering severely end had as yet done us
thai n.,iti..ii of «be Grand Armvol the
fitting Murim*boro.:ienn,oormart-lies corner they tiust fi^ht And fight
arduous aul niy time so oceapiwd.!
Though no General, I
Would, were it snfe to do so, give such an
,» On the morning of the 4th of October
of the Army ot the
Leader of Ae Band— Will yo give pfwscnting a splendid array of na
infiamed wtth whn*y W
ti.,oai a a„d
through .ftI,j eircum»tauce ot glorious w«r." As
To this painful and diaguatiu' int rrup- ,^^1^
*with all the pomp
for wrek!J |M|fit W a ft)Ked fe|irfu
tioo I paid no attention. marches and overt.K»k the retreating fore-j &r the intantrf to advanee—Kentucky
Suffice to sav »h"»kj «nd gunp. wder did for Ihem.—
«f seventv tnousand meu, were "*ht that Division under Mitchell
the inhabitants who were loaf the enemy's, best regiments under Har
gag. ment that day The next m.»ming
a to ok it a OM anil
dr^yetr.e. crnu^'s sk rmishe«
if there wasn't to be some wittlea afore Che eurh at curacy that one of Gen. Bwelfs mid our m«n wtre the in to enter the
I Indeed we were
didot exactly^ miw staff rod, up and com|dimented tha n«- village of t'errjville Oui twopa anted
all sneh thoughts.
The fL'ht was as yet conducted entirely
verv highly upon the lapidfty and correct well, except in the sn-gL* lnManee of a
15. BDIT01 AS PROPRIETOR.
gives eo vivid an interesting an ecc unt of who did their duty like men—likr soil iers the celebrated Washington Battery was
the pan tnkvn the Battery in th
—fresh as thev
1 I BIo.,u,fit!d» ill Kinkead and, indeed,
v-r^ .i«r.t|« «l-.lltt^ Thev could
ft, stand it longer Like rats driven into
h,lt a in
^en Buell who way u« twrfi ith, if
one teetion of our batu»y under. Lieut On that p*rt the fiidt enemy's n^t
ittllu.diafe utrol of Gen *J .y, Chief Why thi »uccc» was not «-lt.iw.d my, is
av,iiee «.f the main lines. „es*V was allowed totetnat in the night
a horse air wagon roasted whole «M*en 'un'i- 1 'efir. ot' whirh rh« ea^l- f, rtso.iers: t-ut with jhe •BW'f*"* d»i*ies are very amusing. The old wo
I Anything tba*V handy Don't put you ry a .'vanc**d eaxit.ously V\ehadafincpo^i fceepiug tbe en»uiy on the Ui vi- and bus uian gave me acme new milV-^ ,_
afaape of a redheaded gal who sits «P, ^It ottt on my «c ount
fur the howifa. rs and the sMrfa*1 he timg him out the Hate, not ing wm» gain-
tine, was grand We elt^d the enemy's ad Our Batter, shelkd the enemy a»g*f_,
a The W a 4 I
It' a novelty I added '*ana may kiar L-a^!?!*?]fS S S ''^^f^. i*?^,?!*!^' Ou "h^ fel with telling Aiimeaot a will not be proud of Blocinfield acted nobly on the field.
•yW'wtheT nr- L^ th^^bnh and I was espeeiall pleaded Battery. We had four wounded. That
ficet* and -ien We had never been in can only account fur it re this way—the
action and as some of the men were new enemy hot over us. Certainly, their ar
recruits I felt a little nervous lest want t^' tiller} practice Was not good.
f«ith in themselves might not operate tor You never saw a battle field, and ought
our disadvantage—one half hour dispelled never wish to lt norrible The
coolness our men handled their howitiers portuu!i to umi) the above until no«i,-r
—now knoekinu a bel »?un from position Si„ce
—now -ending rebels to their kmjr ae- battery in action twice—shelling thcene
count. At nw.n on the eiublh the light
—Dissatisfaction felt at Duetts failure 'om-ike had partii ipated and w.'li HO splendid snc ryville fight are, James Hunter, Fari
t\* Vtetfry of benefit.— The Wounded of the cess that Get. G«»y rode in person to cheer bault. (dangerously): George Tilton, An
Battery. the men and to speak complimentary'oka Tennis Hansom, Winona Daniel
r«. ,. 'words. "Men," said he, "I never saw Fry, Anoka.
FTue'oHowrng pnv te letter, received by
H.V JdUcheli.oftbis place, from Lmul. Al-
tail- «hu Hoe had been .ved forward,i *iok-1 saw A (^neral craW• At*
twenty thousand. Fifty thousand men in I
The secon Teu e«see Regiment charg-,
just beyond Rirds-'and Michigan troopa^whieb they did
you- 'town For two diys oar fiout barra sed good style, but on firing thefirstvoile, the ,. „,-:« .t, t»ddicn anon drained
Leader of the Band-But you said
And the storm conuuenced. Fome fdauded to the skies by the Lou sville pa
per* fur dnug what he never did.
This »uutry is very badly watered.—
fiict a. has .*cumd as yet in this war wax I &/?*»} J"?*
enacttd for the oun.b.fs e«jng4~aaj h.«s were wallowing
&'!,» v~hr' pwsh asi'tc
Ohip moved out the city by different ave- w^re -wha els could man he in battle dtoJ^V**&^,W-^^^j^^^
On, on, Ihey come to wrthin fivti rods
,ur ^.ns throwing the- eaomter and dojng
Now came fie orwor
em im's rear, until Perrvsville Waal Michigan troopt broke the nemy atUl I /uft-»te to drink had
fr^m nece^iu'the emmy ladv*ucin^ am miking fearftl work
formed in line of battle extending over amongst the Kentucky stoops Who atooa
five mil «d' country. Ot. the afternoon their ground on the lelk of as. It was
of Tuesday, the 7th ut October, we foim-. with difficulty our howitoetv wear sarfd
ed iu line of bat:le corr«ponding to that hefightingon that part the field was ter
of the enemy, our (Mi'dietl's) f»ivision rific Our troop*suwerei sewerely and at
occupying a p«isiti in (he center and nightfall were in oossession of Unit ground
to the extreme advance. We fbimod iu where in the afternoon *EI howitwerl
Batteiy ou a hill from which with a glos stood. While all this was going on our
the euewy could be distinctly
I complimented J" ana found that the
their braverv aud u*»* A#«*
Wood .urv was ordered to advance upon ftm wo br«.ken and,retired di..!dcr S I wish could give you ter&i/?m
accouipanied the asure thau I can toll Whv Bragg's wh le
opened ith th,- h.wia.^ throwing cannot aa Ceetarin it is, the fight is Tnions—dis chile see,! it all
barren A' re-nits The eneni
su.fiVr.-d more tlwn wo. a? theiiumberss
was n« eomid. uly r,*i.d—wh^ the the Unions cime, dis chile
the fihl-their guard
aonrats. and I am not
of the dying: ths mutilated dead
butchery of the surgeons,"fills me with
by the artillery and as the enemy retired .dread After the Utile I vis ted that poi
theartillerr moved forward until at last tion of the field occupied by the enemy in
the whide retkl horde cou be seen in the morning and in range of our guna
Km and with artillery in view to the na- We killed many with our artillery and in
ktd eye—indeed, but tor woods, all this jured much property../ A eat many hind* and we are all very willingtore
might have been se much sooner. Al- sheep and cattle were killed.. The enemy turn aaeoon as Uncle Sam can get aloag
most tmmediately alter king the second. in their flight left all their wounded and without us but while here we thallan
position the rebels opened with their ar-, buncd but tew of their dead. Tou wo deavortodo our duty faithfully,
tillery.and had il bean a. ,weB»rvedx. a in News fiom W aaya that
ousa half our men w.iutd now sleep the battery kiew nothing of the ,other! until m^--mW^m^imimmW% tow daws
sleep that knows no waking I 'A hey' fired next morning after the batOei 4y tNn McOkUaa wih do aouteihame wonder
wildly, whilu w^Oi (he mm d«to«uipod[
U«-«« I(Hh.«*l Baft had
the above we 2 had our
grew hot. hut as yet the artillery alone injured The wounded in the Per-
Hueceas—nuoe of our
W that IsHite, ALEX,
«»wt«ers were St. Cloud men P. S I learn from Rebel source? that
of the rebel Batteries that was op.osed
to us, and a the Louisiana "Wild Cata'
[Wo give below 6ome lively extracts from a.
letter received by a friend from Will Kinkead,
brother of Lieut. Kiakead, who also participa
ted in the engagement atPenyviHe. Will was
apio»««a a rnrooral in the Battery immedi
ately after bis enlistment, mm* s# bravery and
ability art rewarded, will quickly receive pro
By the way what do you
hand* and knee*, and from a position, too,
oof half ao exposed as that of many of
ou. i'ompany The same General is ap-
Yon pill hardly believe it, but I have
leserve never fired a gun—vVhy t*cno|r
rxr, 9» with avidity water that our horses would
-.. °o* touch.
gfeea scum and dunk
ed two days, and where the battle was
1 ar «-•-•.„ 4 to hn earned one and a half miles.
By the way, our commander, Gen.
Mitchell, is very popu'ar, also our Bri
gade Commander, Col. Carlin Gen.
Mkehell is a good soldier, and if you wish
to ace him. take a go 4 look at Gen.
Miaahell, of St. Cloud, the next time you
see him, a you will have a very strong
likeness, physique and all.
I had oraasion to go some days since
come distance after water I stopped at
weT and family i*d left, afraid of the
W to 8 Wa 8
fcer %he incef^nt\5
«. ai -A a., i*i*±U II
h\Mf a 4
years ago, chila, d» darkey seed it in the
wounUed nun our bands show, and hj lymg eome^bleas do Lord." And much
thr dissd ietc on the nV We toA but
Yes, yea I seed it all. And now
My brothwTfas oeen S to a
Lieut* nautey fbr m^ritorioua conduct. We
move along ao rapidly, and conveniences
tor writing are ao bad, that it requires an
efiWt to write a letter. I am now sitting
on the ground, writing on a board. Rich-
1 mention him particularly because he si
Since leaving Louisville this whole ar
my has been moving without any baggage
wagons, officers as well aa privates sleep
ing on the ground without Unta The
nighta are becoming quite cool.. and I un
derstand that an order has been issued for
us to have our tents after this. We get
au abuud nee to eat our rationsare more
than possibly consume. All of
the St. Cloud boya are well, and often,
speak of our pleasant aaeueiatee left ba-
op- fnj if fomcUio^ doq'l bg^nmitoprefao^^