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A E E it W in 3 8 1 Republica District Convention. A Republican District Convention of the Second Congressional District of this State, Mill assemble at St Puul on the 30ih inst., at t.we1ve o'clock M., (or the purpose of nomjnating a candidate for MEMBER OK O W E S S from the Second District. The different counties in the District will be entitled to be represented in the Conven tion by delegates who are lo/wft le residents of the .counties from which they are ac credited, as follows Aiken Lake -Andy Johnson 1 Lincoln Anoka 2 Manomin decker. 1 MeLeod Kenton Meeker Big Stone I MiJ]c Lac Carlton 1 Monongalia Carver Oas*. 1... Chisago Chippewa Clay Crow Win Dakota." Douglas. to ifllllif ..8 Morrison Otter a Tine Pope Ramsey Saint Louis. 1 Sherburne 1 Stearns. ... 1 1 ..1 ••1 1 3 1 Stevens Henftepin 8 Traverse 1 Isanti Todd 1 Ita»?a 1 Wahaahaw 7 Kandiyohi 1 Washington 1 a lumber 1 Wright 3 Lac yui Parlo 1 order of the State Central Committee. ROBERT F. FISK, Chairman". W L. WILSON-, A N E W NESSKL, C. N. WHIT-VET, J. B. GlI.FIM.AN', GEORGE W I E Of the Slate Central Committee. St. 1'aul, July 2d, KG2 Republican County Convention The Republicans of Goodhue County, and al! other voters of the county who are in fii'V'.r of sustaining Uie administration in the prostcutinn of the war for the suppres-, hion of the unholy rebellion now exi ting unrl who aro opposed to the platform adopt ed by the cuiventi recently assembled at St. 1'aul, purporting to he a Democratic Convention, will as.-emble in Red Wing, on Thursday. July 21th, 1862, at one o'clock p. M., for tho purpose of appointing six dele gate, to the Sta Convention to he held in St. Paul on the 3Uih of July. Each town in the county will be entitled to the follow nj number ot ^oli Creek... li'jividoro de legal P,urn-i«lo Cimn-on Falls Central l'uiut* Cherry (Jrove Featber?tojio Florence. Coodhuo II av Creek II..Men Ken} on Znmhrota 2 Lil ian 2 Leon Minneola Pine Inland Pel Wing K"-coe Vnsa W'acoota Wanamingo Warsaw 1 1 I ....1 .. .. 2 .... 2 ....•_ .... 1 .. 2 -a .... Spirit of the North. It is truly encouraging to witness the patriotism that at this moment prevadesthe entire North. Scarcely had the call for more troops been made, ere the sound of martial mu-ic proclaimed than the soldiers of the Union were inarching to the deliverance their country. Ne Hampshire and Ver mont have both sent regiments to Washing- ton in answer to the call. Veiinonthas the honor of taking the lead. Massachusetts is coming up to the work robly, some of her cities offering as high as seventy five dollars bounty, in addition to that given by the Government. When we arrive at that point in patriotism where wo are willing to make any sacrifice for the Union, Wc shall surely win, but until then there is no surety of success. At the south, every man is a soldier, and every dollar is at the service of the rebel au- thorities. Wc have got to to come to it and the sooner the better. Rebellion in Blue Carth County. 'I IKT Douglas Democracy of Mankato Hlue Earth County rebel against the Breck- inridge, Valandigham traitor tainted De- mocracy that adopted the secession platform at St. Paul lately, and 'attempted to foist it it upon the parly. Tliey say 'Whe the issue is presented whether thov will forsakj their nartv or $ country, they, will be found on the sido of their country. The leaders of the Democ- racy in this State have for their own selfish purposes, thrust upon the party a platform hostile to tho Government, the Constitution, and the I nion- a platform in sympathy with slow to meet it tho rebellion. We as loyal citizens, deem citizens it our duty to denounce it. Our duly to the country is superior to parties, and we and hope and .ri(v'to find poftfeal friends doing lik There is inner of loyal man in the Democratic party, will n»"nth of loyalty, and that shall strengthen the ar mor of the Government W a W fr°n». ix±, _., j'»l».'»,lj».mm.'J.' .-Sliil aft tremble-on that will encourage the hearts SPRIXGFIELD. MASS., July 13 Another using war meeting was held in this city last evening. The eity hall Ike Tilth Itvgiment. ment who *agn« hi* name -Charley.' We ***&*> ^™X*ry™^n?*v*^*?-l!r*~ ^T'-f we will n.t deviate, not to publish anv com- S 2" S some trouble between the Colonel a ad tha S ^u** S S Bounty There are several reasons why our county commissioners should appropriate money to pay a bounty to those who may volunteer from this count}'. And first, such a bounty will stimulate enlistments. Other localities have tried it, and the result has been highly satisfactory. Another reason is that our neighboring counties are offering such boun- ty, and it is but reasonable to apprehend that any of our citizens who may be think ing of enlisting will go out of this County, into another, in order to secure the bounty. In this way enough might leave this County to make our lull quota, and not a single one of them be credited to us, and if it should become necessary to resort to drafting, our neighboring counties who, perhaps may not have furnished of its own citizens, half its quota, will be exempt from draft, while we who by a niggardly refusal to give a liberal bounty, have driven volunteers out of the county, will be compelled to furnish a full list. iiy. A'l classes of men, of all political parties are decidedly in favor of making an appro priation, and we hope it will be done speed- VOLUNTEERING. I N E N S E E I E N A OVER E NORTH to A E E E N O N A I N HOYS I S IN E I E BUFFALO, Jul 16. The Governor of Ne York has taken upon themselves the authority at once to offer a State bounty himself of $ 5 0 to each recruit, and to provide the amount sufficient for that purpose, trusting to the next Leg islature to legalize it. A N Jul 16. The war meeting last night was most en thusiastic, and wi the largest meeting ever held here. Lieutenant Colonel Averill pre sided. Many enlisted on the spot. Resolu tions were passed calling on the Selectmen to make arrangements for supporting the families of volunteers. At the immense warlmceting held in Co lumbus, Ohio, on Tuesd&y"evening last, at which Governor Ted made a stirring speech HX gentleman contributed $l,0t O each to aid enlistments. Over §18,000 were con tribution*, however, were by three privates in the 12th regiment—one of which gave $10 0 and the other two $2 5 each. PORTLAND, A I N E Jul 15. Geo. Washburne telegraphs the Associat ed Press that the State of Maine will pay a bounty of thirty dollars to-each recruit mus tered into the United States service in the new regiments, and thirty five dollars in the old regiments. The banks advance the money. This, with the United States's payment, will make an advance of seventy dollars. Westfield has come up nobly to the rnark On Friday ono-half of her quota of 75 men was enlisted, and the remainder will easily be obtained. A bounty of $100, in addition to the regular State and Federal bounty, will be given to each volunteer and to p.iy this munificent sum, §6,00 0 has already been raised by private subscription. A later report is that Westfield has raised her entire quota of volunteers, and $7,500 for bounties. Westfield leads off. Nine cheers and a tiger for Westfield.—SprinciJieldiMais.) Republican. N E W YORK. Jul 16 The 9th Vcimont arrived this morning, and was received by the sons of Vermont, who gave them a fitting reception, including a dinner to the officers at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. The regiment marched down Broad way this afternoon,paying a marching salute to the wife of the pres dent at the Metro politan Hotel, and embarked on tho Ambov boat at six o'clock. They were the recipi ents of groat enthusiasm on their march from immense crowds, and salutes were fired at different points. O LD N E W ENGLAND FOREVKR.—Th Con necticut Legislature has voted to pay each volunteer a bonus of $50 in addition to a 1 0 a a There 'is something grind in thi*. Tt proves the depth of the patriotism of the peo ple. They know what the country is worth ,andareno afraid to "count the cost," nor SPRIXOFIELO, I I I July 15. Tho governor is recieving a most prompt hearty response to the new call for spurn with honest indignation this attempt! BOSTOH. July 15. the newspapers are of a few traitor sympathizers to cast the} An order Appropriating $300,00') from the!toaukte Sentinel. stigma of treason upon the whole party and a wo expect to h*ar here in Minnesota,' thi* in raising the f.ll IT citv's quota under the recent proclamation fall, a force for the mon that w,l! make ho of the president, was passed last evening bv rolt »n old carcasses of corruption quake and branches of the city government, [crowded to overflowing, over 3 COO citiaens' fbcing present, and the greatest prevailed. Spirited JEmm were m*de I 0 W liave recently received a letter for by Judge Chapman of this city Col Napoleonic plan. That is ,»nd demand notes 8 a dvno koow who Charley is, and, as the 1 «/*»fucing enlist ments, and the amount will be largely in ,. Seventy-fiv9^***^ have pledged their last dollar to jearry on the war to a successful terminatka Tha writer of this, intimates that therwia patting their shoulders to 1 a Lieut. Colonel, the former tbinkiag that and more it wm mo war, the latter is playing some sneaking game to supplant him aoceasarr. W 0 a 8 pte a bounty of to the existing provision for to each soldier who shall ne, recruits promptly enlist to make up the requisite quota of that city. 1 expended in the payment to from this vionity will be raisedforthaTwmr a a a a a a W ST. A CL hasappropridted twenty dollata en» an of tha Sute sad will leave »o-mor ***. ao that it mar be said, an nations, i£"" hw*er here goes to S York. On for tsdwtsaam mme. A ¥, ,-iifii.ii(lTl-|rtiiia» M» W «i.'-i*'"v" BW^''.1 as* They repott.the city council of Mansfield about to appropriate $ 1 0 for recruiting purposes. It is understood the city council here will appropriate $25,0C0 for a like ob jeet. A'meeting to raise recruits will be held here to morrow night. The call includes nearly all the substan tial and best men of the city. Letters received to-day by Gov. Tod. ex hibit an earnestness and determination on the part of our leading men not equaled since the fall of Sumter. In some districts the excitement is intense. Gov. Dennison, H. Jewelt, the railroad President, and Col. Harris will take the stump immediate ly for recruits. BOSTON, Jul 12 Large public meetings were held to-night to aid enlistments in Cambridge, Roxbury, Somerville, Maiden and West Cambridge.— In several of these and other places $7 5 are to be paid to each volunteer, and in West Cambridge $125 A Cambridge Profs. Washburn and Pierce, R. Dana, Jr., Dr. Palfrey and others, made speeches. In Rax bury Lieut. Colonel Ginncyof the 9th Mass acbu^etts regiment, and Rev. Dr. Putnam were the orators of the occasion. With such an impulse enlistments will be brisk. N E W YORK, Jul 15. Notwithstanding the intense heat of the weather, thare was an immense gathering of loyal cit zens this afternoon at Union Square —one fully equal to that of April of last year, just after the fall of Sumter. measures until the last armed rebel has sur rendered. any of the generals in the fidld was vehe- mently cheered, as were also deprecatory allusions to foreign interference in our troub les. Five stands for speakers were provided and the several presiding officers were Mayor Opdyke, Palatial Merritt president of the Chamber of Commerce, Hon. Hamilton Fish, Prof. Francis Lieder, and Gen. Fre mont. Among the many speakers, were! Already some thirty five have been Rev. Dr3. Rufus W. Clark, Samuel Osgood, jenrolled in Major L. C. Dayton's company Richard S. Storrs and Francis Vintor,°and iafc place. The fact that some forty dol the presidents of the several meetings.' 6 1 evening, the object of the meotina in raising recrui $18,000 have already been county's quota, subscribed. received in exchange for United States notes. No private corporation or bank shall a and issue any token, note or device of less returned in about an hour after its passage, Manns, etc. This nw company is for and in a short Ume the small change diffi- 'sixth lis Adtcriim culty will be obviated for the time beir.g.at any ra e.—Pione.r. E War Tax thus far paid into itreasury of this StVo voiumee uonu a,w in addition to a th* chart** nf t,i- \V P.ir former bonus of $30 a in State bonus S S of $80 consisting o. real estate bonis, notes of hand,' DRSTROTEI? BY T.TOIITJJIJCO— The barn f»f At a meeting of the city government of! household furniture, fec.. is hereby seques iHshtning last Mondav morning, which kill Mass., measures were adopted tered, to be held to await the action of tht few Bodford to pay from the city treasury TiTcnixa INTO TIIEM.—Let everv news- out and divided up among the editors. Even the staid Ne York n'w-//has fallen into beautiful state of affairs the heavy men on bringing about.—J/i7- N A O E O N I indications in the President's messaee to 8 relation a .kw. we«l«hjr| ^tCl°0 doll.es to be^given'* to*»" S A E I 3 S I N I A N I E O Sunday evening a Winn bago Indian, while under the influ ence of liquor, stabbed and tommahawked an other Indian, killing him instantly. The murderer was immediately caught and tied by other Indians, who kept him until morn ing and then turned him over to the relatives of the deceased, who executed summary justice, according to Indian custom, on the spotrby slabbing and tommahawking the tnur derer. Thus, the belief on the part of Indian li quor sellers, that Judge Nelson will declare tho Federal liquor law unconstitutional and void, is bearing its legitimate fruits.— Man kuto Jnd. STII.L E COME.—Our population is increasing. Our friend "Schoolmaster Mey ers," is also among the lucky ones. His better half presented him with a daughters few days ago.—S/iakvpee Aryus. MORRISTOWN, in this county, was visited by a severe hail storm one day last week, doing considerable damage to windows, gar dens and crops. In its course it extended over a strip of Country not more than half to tbreefourts of a mile wide and two or three miles length.— Ceutrd an. a All tho speakers were vehemently in favor I1'"10 of mustering in the company will of upholding the government in all its war IIEADQCVIIVF.RS. DEFT. OK THE Gt'Lr $33,00 0 has already New Orleans, 26,186i, Washington. As countv treasurers get no GENERAL ORDERS, N O 4 7 A the forbrineins this tax to the capital, it is CROPS.—From al! parts of the country we looking well and promise a fair yield— lb T1 a a 1 ieiS- The enthusiasm among the masses was very strong, and allusion to the president or!p0p"ufation, al QhatfieId BOSTON, Jul 15. The citizens' committee of fifteen, acting in concert with the city and State authori ties, will first endeavo,r to fill up the Massa chusetts regiments in the held to their full bringing forward crops of all kind. Wheat. !"™!La-n X?_?,e! aye number required. The Committee takes hold of the work with great energy and every prospect of entire success. Recruit ing headquarters will be established on Bos ton Common. COLUMBCJS, 0. Jul 13. large and enthusiastic A very lel was held in the State louse Square Ids I 1 1 I u^T*' Vth' in than one dollar to circulate as money. An I person so offending shall, on conviction, be $ of that place are as flattering as could be wished for. The elitor of tho mvnt has an infantry company numbering seven the youngest of which is storming the bread works.—Sh'thqee Argus. (few weeks has been of incalculable benefit in a Wongin to General not oxnected there will he much more sent b. lwiggs and of his minor son. ?he in [in fill the treasurers make their annual set come of which he has received, and under: tlement in the fall. Prett. I Treasury notes of the United States, slaves, Fletcher, of Maz^pna. was struck bv Confiscation bi A a 5 Jrif"l1£ 0 1 0 Westfield pay a know whereof we affim, bxau- we Administration to S S officers of that regtment we decline to pub every volunteer from thiacity, h.addition the scales of Fairbanks & O are,' and can be obtained forUnited Stites G^n. Banks, ia a few eloquent and^ttriotic for the a^mmodatio of learnt it. W make it a practice, from which 6°*fniroent bonntyand the State a id ._|toaln»aa every part of the civilized world.'* P»T as bounty, to each volunteer from thai Southern Ohio oa tho aaase errand 'weighed in an bilanea-* at least ownpeopie do not need it. and therefore do the administration, and the call eity. up to s«wntj-fi»e. ttosd for St. a a A I S W Wnmnu waighsd by tiete..-Bnxt* Madam/ M«f 1*?****' Treasorj Kotes are takes the e«l one horse and set the Inrn on fire. Th*» United States Government. By command .other horse was saved. Mr. Fie'cher and o* Major General BUTLER, .another man entered the barn with pails of water cxtinqii'sh th^ tirj. but wor'» so s'unn pe* a S(?cnr»d paper single out a cibinet officer or a gen r- derimch h^adwav thit thoir ctTotts were un ah and commence offensive operations. availing.— Like C'ty T'mei. Nothing is more popular just now than abuse. Prominent newspapers make a snr a'ite ot somebody, and are publishing seem ingly for no other purpose. Stanton Mc Clellan, Fremont and Malleck are all singled AN N a on madel"gr*»I France incur but waged on a gi"antic scale the men. the enemy furnished, lh$"money*J a 1 8 8 l" 1 ^nana S amps as fractional currency, will soon ob- f7flL c»tu»ne have vledzed their laat dollar Si fiad of their superior merits Th« in CHICAGO A E E E he Chicago to their teats eager to march wht-o the order tioo of these scales has wrought a revolution Trib-ine of Saturday says tbe transaction of varions business, and! Business ha* shown some si^ns of im their accuracy ia snch that a uniformity in provement to-day, and the bank* hive been weights baa been established all o«ef the b«*y. Money is plenty, astern ex country, thus making them a motion I gai- ci»*age is a little stiflfcr, hot the qtaMatioaa ited atatfd.trJ. Xo rare they con tineJ to the! $£ f0* changed—par baying, selling. Coct-»an» Jul 14 United Stales they have found their wariGoW went up a-*in to-day. The bankers *»»d» »be meeting was hehljwbe M» House,, and Col. Bliss and CapL liarrigton. have re- a hear gratifying reports from the growijigl The Richmond Inquirer of the loth ap crops. Wheat, oats, barley and corn arS S a 1 a Mieeiin- 7 6 0 0 Po*«t«ffe St.mivs for C:tmn j^e. On Thursday, a bill passed both Houses of Congress, providing that on and after the!j«n.\ first of August all postage and other Unit ed States stamps shall bo received for all dues FOUND.—On Thursday last, Coro of less than five dollars, and which may be punished by a fine not exceeding five hund [drowning.'—Ilrsdnja hd red dollars, or imprisonment for six months or both, at the discretion of the Court. Tho treasury department will at once make arrangements for issuing large quanti» ties of new stamps, exactly like the present ones, «xcept being printed on much thicker paper and without gum on them. These can at any post office be exchanged for the ordinary stamp. They will be precisely the same as the legal tender Treasury Notes, since each is irredeemable and derives sole value fnom bem? the pledge of the Gov ernment's faith. Th bill was signed and a KECRDITS are coming forward for the Pope,, and remarks of the latter Sixth Regiment, though not very fast.— Fourteen have lately arrived from Rochester for Captain Lindsley's compiny, and about forty are shortly expected from Houston will be paid to earrh volunteer at the tendency- to hurry-up matters.— DECIDEDLY W A I E he St. Peter look well, While Corn never gave such fair proinjse of an excellent crop as now. Every kind of crop gives evidence of an abundant yield.—NirtLera Statesmtn. NORWEGIAN EMIGRATION.—Sines the 30th of June last, over 300Norwegian emigrants a S their thrift and sturdy toil.—Chlcijo Trl- a f)r,(^v a a a on Supposed to have beon a S W O N A squad left our town yesterday tucky Central Hail road, this mom for rort Sncllinjr. where thoy were sworn in. Amnnj which vr- find the names of H. \. Partridge, Win. Grant. R, Dike, the i? abont $4 5 000 hepn forwarded to day srroke. that th« fire got MINNESOTA Fatoct conn'v I»ounds W O O Hard nnl farmers Mr. 31surtHry. a little debt for his wars! =L Franee furnish -d a N %*®H Sheep raising is no longer an experiment in for their cordial co-operation. He says the our Stite. It is a settled fact that tivs part soldiers of the W have nobly done their of the farmer's business will p*v. a' there is duty and accomplished much towards crush no better country in the worl 1 for raising ing this wicked rebellion and if they con sheep.—lb. MONDAY, Jul 21st. There was a good degree of activity in the money market on S tirday. Exchange was premium over the counter, and ums to customers. The buying drafts were, as hereto .occup' .u yi tre K(ctU discount Mone eas at 8al1 O sternatio among the leading rebels in War-icbangefora and the conquering armies lived[off the^coun-' business paper. ronton who had not the least idea that (yesterday of a farmer who wanted to pur tries into which they entered From the n^y declined 1@ 2 percent., closing IT 6 a he.n market priceforgold jvia»e to a great extent the small change p'aced on the points of bayonets and from pCAfK*.—Weighed in the bal idifficulty. Thev will be printed in various '*od'Jenly improvised bonfires and fireworks. ^, ail are oblLed to denominations, on strong paper .for the pur- "s' exception, the be^t ever invented. Treasury W ikntimU soldiers they would be! came. and S a« 11*9^. It should crowded uot a late boor. Speeches a foXiS!f W ••''•a-'-- .:'W"*lM..u..v-^ .A^*^^I.W,8!^^^^ .^-WllBltHIIWiawB u-,.., JtygBHi.,. MEMPHIS, Jul 16. General Hovey is in command here. General Grant's staff is expected to be called to Corinth at any. moment. 1 he fortifications here are being pushed to completion with great rapidity. They will be formidable, and are intended as per manent forts of defence. Several female secessionists were yester day esconed beyond the federal lines by Gen eral Thayer, they having refused to take the oa'h of allegiance. Their husbands are among the most wealthy citizens of Memphis, and are now serving in the rebel army. The Grenada Aftgei^ qf the 11th publish es the following dispatch.dated Camp Moore July 11th "The dispatch of the capture of Baton Rouge by our forces is a canard of old Jake Barker's of Ne Orleans, for financial pur poses," WASHINGTON, Jul 16. The Senate failed to confirm a large num ber of nominations, which fell with the ad Repilli- jjournment. Ainopg them were Ward Bur |nett, G. A. Scroogs, Edwin II. Webster and I el 9 a 1 1 S a a a a S Generals at the order of our War concentrating the forces of Mc Dowel!, FreuK-Dt, and B.tnks under Gen. pe an a remarks of the latter that he is notoriously one of the most dangerous of the Union commanders—an officer of great activity and daring, and is very apt to do unexpected things. It adds that the foray into Orange county and the destruciion of the railroad bridge over the Rapidan by the enemy, is a chal lenge on ihe part of Pope that our troops have to take up. The laqu-nr commenting on the threat- ening aspect of McCleilan's operations says W diS Statesman says their only hope of additional J^'g into Richmond. The spade can only is by the "natural way. The spftde, and the shovel will al Democrat claims that the prospect N a ,, ,,„ who saw the steamer which conveyed this a a a I a a railroad, bound appearance of matters at Winchester dig, or McClellan will defeat the musket. Of Lincoln's recent visit to the army the Tnqu r.:r says, "a dirty tiio,Lincoln Stanton and Winfield Scott, passed by Old Point on Thursday last.en route for McCleilan's head quarters at or near Berkley. A gentleman of Yankee negro stealers, says there was a band of music on board and many flags and streamers fluttoring to the bieeze. N E W YORK, Jul 17. The Harper's correspondence of the New York Tribune, dated July 15th. states that fears are entertained that" we shall soon 8 a a1 1 homes to make a new start the Western Various rumors are afloat in regard to the wilderness are unconscious the vary bone movements of the enemv, and it is reported and sinew of our land. I hey will make that our pickets were driven in below Win that wilderness blossom like the rose, with hester last ni"-ht. In anticipation of dan ger, the tele-jraph at that place has been re moved over a mile from the town, near the fortifications. «*iver at this place Keokuk. N Vaql'mce were found upon his »nd therefore the verdicf of the Cor- a S a a a drownin accidental FISHING is all the rage in this burg now a-days, among both sex This afierno»« a party of ladies returned from Hiley's lake and we should judge from what we seen, the}' had naught right smart of the finny tribe. Good for the ladies, go ahead it is Kood healthy pastime, ami a, o.-t, ain't no name for it.—Shab'je: Argui. threat- E a of the army hare safely removed lo Harper's Perry CAIRO, Jul 17. (Special to Chic iff- Journal.)—The names of the two City Fathers of .Jackson, Tenn., \vho ariivL-d here last night a.-» prisoners, are A a a sistrt that an example shoal t3 made of them—they are haughty and defitnt, and as tiriconsciom of crime a idiots. They will be sent to St. Louis. ClN'S'IN'N'ATI, July 18. man enme Into lloyd's Kentucky, on \'uvx, reports the town of Cynthiana City (3G |miles from here, having surrendered at 5 jo'clock, yesterday aftfjr an hours fight—he saw Morgan and sMok hands with him.— [Morgan's men number ab-nt2,500. A sol- diercame into Boyd's and says Morgan's 1 a C'aPlf*'n, 8 ™'"P™y f'''m Pntr.AriEi.rAiA, July IS. Tho Tnt u'•••!' says that Gen llalleck is onhot his way to Washington to take his position as General commanding the armies of the United States. Gen. llalleck is to remain in Washington. Generals McClellan and Pope are to con tinue in their present commands. COI TNTIT, Jul 10. Halh-ck his just issued field orders say ing ihat enterprising farmers of Olms'ead west he desires to express his high appreci she passed, without danger of hitting our have brought to this place 4.000 ation of the endurance, bravery and soldiery own boats as .she approached of wool of their own raising, which conduct they have exhibited on all occasions:! Such boats as could safely do so opened was shipped bv J. T. Awrtll on Thurdav. ,and to express commanders of army corps upon her, but the plating resisted most of tor Ne York, on the Prun duChien B. R. and their subordinates his warmest thanks the shots. tinue to exhibit the same vigilance, courage 'and perseverance, it is believed that they will bring the war soon to a close. in Kiting up the command of the sU:am un, and the entire fleet was so scat troops constituting the Army of the South- tered that fj\v could firj at the Arkansas as N E W YORK, Jul 18. The Tribune's Washington dispatch sars th*t advices have been received there Irom Warrentown to day. The news just received that General Hatch 5 discount. Money easy at 8 0 sternation among the leading rebels in War- jcbang billl- W heard of an inatance percent premium,but woneral Fope would reach there without jchase two fingers for his cradle, costing thirty General Banks reviewed his, troops last night and was received with the greatest enthusiasm. Camp llay blazed with light from candles Loa call were mad'fora speech' and tu a tax of a hundred thousand dollars, to be used as a bounty for the first two regiments raised in the county. A E A E Jul 19J Th North American from Liverpool ICth via Londonderry 11th, passed this point at 11 o'clock this morning for Quebec, with two days later news than by the Nova Sco tia. The Bavaria, from "Row York, arrived at Southampton on the 10th inst. The news of the series of battles fought before Richmond excited the greatest atten tion, and is was thought it would result in prolonging the war. Breadstuff's had an upward tendency and provisions were dull. Consuls 921£@92 for money. American stocks quiet. WASHINGTON, Jul 20. A sperial to the HtraJ-dhas authority for stating that Hal leek does not come to Wash ington as commander-in-chief of the ar mies he may be Secretary of War. It is believed that Stanton will retire, thus reliev ing the President of embarrassment, and that Lincoln will appoint Banks as Secreta tyof War with Halleck as military adviser. Another dispatch says that Lincoln, in his late visit to the army, asked McCleilan if he desired to resume command of the whole U. S.nrmy, but McClellan preferred to retain his present command. It is also stated that the chief command was offered to Pope, and he declined. Richmond papers of the 18th contain ac counts of the death of General Twiggs at Augusta Island. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF VIRGINIA,^ WASHINGTON, July 21. Hon E M. Stanton, Secretary of War The cavalry expedition I directed Gen. King to send out on the 19th, has returned. They left Fredericksburg at 7 M. on the 19th and after a forced march during the night made a decent at davlight in the morn ing upon the Virginia Central Railroad at Beaver Dam Creek twentv-five miles west of Hanover Junction and thirty-five miles rrom Richmond. They destroyed the railroad and telegraph line for several miles, burned up the depot, which contained -D.OCK) muskets. ammun tion, H!0 barrels of flour and much other valuable property, and brought on a captain in charge as a prisoner. The whole country was thrown into a great state of alarm. One pi ivate was woun« ded on our side. The cavalry marched oigh ty miles in thirty hours. The affair was most successful, and reflects high credit upon the commanding officer and his troops. A soon as full particulars are received I will transmit to you the name of the manding officer engaged. I am respectfully, your obedient serv't., (Signed) Jxo. POPE, Maj. Gen. Com. PHILADELPHIA, July 20 A special dispatch to Forney's Press states that a telegram to the Grenada (late Mem phis) Ajp al, repoits tho rebel ram and iron clad Runboat Arkansas, under command of Col. J. N. Bryan, came down from the Ya Z'K iver on the 15th inst., ran by a portion of our fleet, which lies above Vicksburg. succes.s(ullj', and anchored under the batter ies surrounding the cit}'. The Appeal says the ram ran down sever al Federal war vessels, and disabled many more. One of our vessels was blown up. The Arkansas is a very formidable gunboat, being plated with 2'^-inch iron, with plates and nails riveted. She has a very heavy anna Jackson and Harvey Blown I "ent, and is furnH.ed with two propellers insisted that they shall not wven feet in diameter" with four flanges be paroled or released only on the condition each. thai they should take the oath of allegiance, The rebel loss is set down at ten killed They are verv wealthy old offenders, and a ave great influence. General Logan in- known, but it is said to have be° heavy. thirteen wounded. The Federal loss is CAIRO, July 21 The despatch boat which at rived from Memphis brings the following account of the escape of the rebel gunboat Arkansas Several of our gunboats started up the Yazoo to reconnoitre. Ki^ht miles from its mouth they c-uiie .suddenly upon the Ar kansas lying under a bank As our boats rounded the bend she opened upon them with 08 pounders. Our gunboats returned the fire and for a sh rt time a fhrct e:ig:ig*mpnt ensued. Finding that the channel of ihe river pre- surrender.—'vented succesful manoeuvring they dropped Port down towards the mouth, the Arkansas fol- ate all killed or taken prisoners. The ex lowing closely. citement is high and increasing ciii- Just as tha fatter was parsing over the bar zens organizing for defence. The Ne Tort [the Caron lelet closed with herC intending to Provost Mar hal arrests all sympathisers to board. She succeeded in throwing tho grap pie aboaid and cettinfj out plank, when the Atkansas.opened her steam pipe throwing water across the plank The Carondelei replied in the same manner. While thus engaged both vessels ground ed. The Arkansas succeeded in gel tine off. The Carondelet remained fast for nearly an hour. Tho Arkansas immediately passed down the river.one of our gunboats preceding her, maintaining a running fight with her greatly superior adversary. Xone of our gunboats "with the fleet had A solid shot from Farragut's gunboat number six struck her larboard side bow passing through under the plating, ripping it off for a considerable distance. What further damage was done is not as certained. Th inju ies to our fleet were light The Benton received a shot near the edge of th:* after part of the larboard Bide killing one man. SCARCITY OF A N E he premium on gold and silver has made change very scarce Gordonaville hancreated great con A in tiiis«ity. It is almost impossible to get battle. Indeed many of them said cents, and after trying three mores was com- Demand notes *old at 1.07. »t would be held at all hazards, and1 that no [pelled to go home without them, as not one be noticed, adver- ie army would ever be allowed to take of the stores would give him back the change on his dollar bill.—Press. called «n to do soon. I a S O 7 S After nine defc»ningcheers they returned W O S°9' CHTCAOO, Jul 19 A-* The war roeetinz to-night was the largest! HOTEk is CosvsiinDfTtT 4 most enthusiastic hrU herefory a S & »»«ghly patriotic character, 4 ,dealers a 107. a HesolatioM were also adopted ra a •eating Soperffaore list to total ss»sfesasaM*sw*Ss** a a rotooteers wars for a bil W heard of an instance I S O S E We bavejust forni«hedand opened the Hick man House, forraerlv the Hack iloaae, and can now accommodate the traveling public. We havej-ntbailt A CUHHODIOVS STABLE. 4*-flm WATJSB 8TEEET 3«EWTOBK, a above he Il«4aea K»»er R. ..,. v^^y.wmntyl ..,,,.,.,,, ,,„ ......mum, EXCELSIOR Bnri Stone Hills, (FOR FARMERS AND MILLERS.) AND A N I HORSE POWERS, Took TEN FIEST PREMIUMS Wxarmif STATE FAIRS last year, and ire iustly considered superior to all other*. The Mill may be drive* by horse, water or uteam power, does its w«raf well as the flat stone ill* in milling estab lishments, and requires but one-half the power to daive the largest sizes. They are very com pact, perfectlv simple, and for farm nsewill last THIKTY TEAKS, ami eort nothing repairs. PBICES—$100, $140, and. $170*. Flour Bolt for smallest Mill. $S0 extra. E O S E O W E Has proved itself to be the best ever invented'-* The friction is reduced by IBOK BALLS, so" arranged in all the bearings, that the whol weiehrof the castings run upon them. THREE POUNDS DKATJGHT. at the end of a ten fcet~ lever, will keep the power in motfon.- Thuspli'-" mittinjr the KNTIKE STRENGTH of the horses te^ be used on the machine to be driven. One Horse will do as much work on this powe'raw* two on the endless Chain Power. IT IS POR TABLE and may be uved in the field as well is in the house. More than TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT of hosre flesh is saved over a»y' other power in use. It is simple in construc tion, and not liable to get out of order. Price of power for 1 to 4 horses, $125 Price of power for 1 to 8 horses, $175 THE $ 1 2 5 POWER WILI. DRIVE ANT THBKSHIKO MACHINE. EVERT MACHNE IS GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION, THE MONEY WILL BE TENDED. E E E N E S Philadelphia, Penn. GEXH».—With two horses on your Anti-frie-' tior. Pawer, wo drive your No. 1 Mi'l, griae ing loBushelsot corn p?r qour, and cut a large quantity of hay at. the sume time. I have never seen a power that runs with so little friction. and consequently with so little strain upon tho1 horses. \y. P. COOPER, Supt. 13th & 15th St. Pa*s. R. B. Co. CLOSTEB, N. J., Jan.29,1813. MESSRS. BENNETT BROTHERS, GENTS.—I am very much pleased with the Power. It runs easier than any ovher Power in this vicinity nd with the same horses will do nearly, or quite rwice ns much work. 1 run my Thrcehar at£1,500 revolutions per minute and a 24 inch Cross-cut S.iw, at 1,-.'U0 revolutions. Yours truly, PETEK J. WHITE. J3T"Oa ail Orders Receive color Oct. 1st. 18G2, the Freigh will Prepai to Chicago or any other in on Lmke Michigan. J3F" Liberal discount to dealers. Agenta wauted. State, County and Shop Rights for sale. For further information send stamp for Il lustrated Circulars -o BENNET BROTHERS. n5*2vG:3iu 42 and 44 (Jreeue St., New York- TAKEN UP BYothMount subscriber, on his place in the town Pleasant, 12 miles from Red Wing and 6 miles troin Lake City, on or about the 17th iy of* July, a Dark Brown Horse, about four years old, heavy mane una tail, star' and stripe in tlic lace, and white hind foot.— The owner will please call, pr»ve property,pay charge* nnl take the i-anic away. ii52vd:3w LAWKANCEBUSH. Tut STATE OF MINNESOTA, County ol Goodhue, ss. Johni A In Justice Court Before W.H.WelcV J. P. To Philip Tome the abeve A Tarbox Phili Tom ugainst nainoc' Defendant. Philip Tome. In the name of the State of Minnesota you ure hereby summoned and eoinniuuded to be and appear belbrethe unler*igned one oi the Justiraa ot the Peuue in uud lor suid county ut my «f fii-e in t'ie city ol Red Wing in aaid county, on Wednesday tli". twentieth day of August. A. I. 186:2. at two o'eloel in tho atternoon of said I day, to answer to s.tid Plaintiff iu a civil ac uciion und if you full to appear ut tho time and plucu utoreeaid. judgment will bo by me entered in suid action against you, ami in fa vor of Kuid plaintiff, lor the Miin of furty-wne dollars and thirty-seven cents, with interest on 6 -.T thereof from and tiller the third day of Ucccniber,A. 1. ISiO.aili I with^nturo.-t on »».00 thorcof iroin and aAor ilio lourth duy of De i-einber, A D. IdCa, besiucs the cosU of thia action. Given unJer inv hand this 22nd day of July, A. I». ISI-,2. 'WILLIAM II. WKLCii, uwv*,4w Justice Of the Peace. Strayed! STBATED from the Hubscribir at Bed Wing ori'1 or about the lstin-a., a large black cow. with crumple horns, roii»h f'uco ond about eleven years old. Any person wl.owi.l return saidcow or give information where uhc may be fount, wi be mutably rewarded. D.itcd JCed VV ing, July -23d 1662. 52:v«:3w A Folk. A ItI E Bv the Rev. T. M. KirKpatrick, at the houae ol tins brides lather, on the 30th of June J4r. Martin Tarbox and Miss Roberta Ilamlino. (u the l'Jth day of July, by the mme, at the hou-e ol Rev. j. McManht, Mr. Kobert Even uri.l Miss Lienor McManis. All of Olmutcd Co. Minnesota. ''I^O KENT.—The Europe Hotel. Apply to A WM. BRfcCHT. SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, FirHt Judicial Di«triot, District Court, County of (oodhue. Lovander Fuller lila'kincr. 1 Flaintitr, against }. Lydia Ann ithickmcr, Defendant, To the defendant in the above entitled ac tion I Iu.the nam ot' the State of Miane»ola you an- hereby itummoned and reunited to an swer the complaintwf the plaintiffin the there entitled action, which said complaint has beep filed in the office of the Clerk of aaid Court, and hinow on file in aaM office, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint upon the mh*criher, at liix office in the eity of Ked Wing In said county, within thirty days after the service vf tins Mimmori* upon you, exclu sive of the day of such service and if you tail to answer naid complaint within the time afore^aid, the plaintifT in this action will ap ply to the Court for the relict demanded in said complaint. JAMES H. l'AKKEH, I8d» E W I N ftTesrao Tork. Tbe and ib pTepareu to give those him with their patronage the .- a rk „,.., comfort* *A a home, while aaiouminc in Ike Board $1,50 per a IRA n. L1BBY, Froprletor. 7 WANTED **-a7 ly. lot aoabela Kavy Beans in o!eteJy,fer whica ea»h a *-.Br^cBV»oa Att'y for P1ML- Dated Ked Wing, Minneseta. Jaly »th, 1M2^ n51v«-7w 18M. STEAM A 0 MILL. A W SASH, DOOB A N N FACTOBT.' (On BlOek above Freeborn's Raw MIH.)* WEenish SHALL E PREPARED TO FUR at all times, anything in the above line of business, and shall keep on hand, all kinds of planed and matched Lumber, MeaRC llifln, etc. Orisr* promptly attended to which may a so be left with Brown & Beteher. Produce of all kinds taken in exchangefor work. CO0KL BETCHER. Ked Wing, May Sth* Ht&s 8 AHI1, DOO A N I N A N A O AT THE BLUFF MILLS, E N Mtoaeawen. The snbsenberhas lately atled-antha apnsrr »toryofOranie,llan»rfsfA a W a W it tna best kmd of MaHrrnery.fortba. anafoetory of.' «aah, Door, BKeds, Windw-fre«»Ss D«waw Fraraea, Moui liuf«. Vttm Ffoonngaedending,, which he ean famish to the ablie at reasona ble rates. a A good assortment always en fcand. 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