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Mineral Point Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - August 20, 1862, Mineral Point, Wisconsin in i W I VOLUME CITY OF MINERAL AUGUST MINERAL POINT EVERY old Kaple corner of High nnd Vino bj To City one year 52 rtO do do MX months 1 00 ill roc months To 03ire and Mail one year 1 do tlo 75 do do 60 For than three live cents per Terms of I li in. I I IP r o s p e o t. -a s T n TENTH VOLUME u r T it K present number n new the JL Atlantic Arrangements already warrant the In to who variety of the in nil of An in- of many in the yoar of luM on IMPORTANT DISPATCH FROM DE- chants in tho U. all engineers and pilots of registered or licenced steamboats and steamships and all persons ex FULL DETAILS REGAUD TO j by laws of tho respective States To Gov. SALOMON Aug. General Regulations for tic Enrollment and Draft nf three thousand In pursuance of an order by tiie i United bearing lie to or their in as a 51 n per for lind fifty for n single fur each additional in at Statute Lept laving ordinary advance of pr Vill be till anil All If fur in not In- varied Verily No considered than a full of fail of inr ill the May ba o their at and T. W. valuable find the of havo onu of its of with In linii of are still in to the claims of for and for Hie Mutual 5T..'OI-: and general near r s T 11. T At and Solicitor in M fral Sn 0. C. T. Anthor Howtl Mrs. Mrs. A. T. Oliver John K. Charles V. Country K. T. S. T. A. Three or Centra that draft of three hundred thousand militia be immediately called into the fop from Milwaukee of tho Loyal People of It has often said by critics at home and and often that tho almighty dollar was the only ruler in this and that all noble impulses were lost la bare it has been as. sorted that the American exclusively to accumulate to live opulence and to forget all higher and humanitarian Cold-hearted immeasurable speculation and unbounded greediness for money were to be tho main the At the lime fixed as before provided Compare now with these military on sufficient evidence on Itis I personal persons be- long to any of the aforesaid exemption is claimed bv them or Exemption will not be made for unless it be of such a manent character as to render the person unfit for service for a period cf more than thirty to be certified io bv a geon appointed by the in each Dispatch to tho Chicago August G. August S. The steamer Champion and V. 2-'. son arrived from Helena this i there tit S p. but brings no important bavin 8, 1S02. Important vine of the United to serve for that the of War shall and shall thereupon from the God of the at Crossing had not returned up to hist It is the opinion of gentlemen here from well wilh Colonel 1st consin and Col. fitch's tho Texans can hardly being captured r badly cut At last accounts Thompson's force was in full The steamer reports about US hogsheads of found hidden a mile and a quarter from the west bank of the and taken on Two of enemy found on tho bank were person or persons who mnv he by or or in aging volunteer way aid comfort to the or in any other disloyal practice against the United immediate report General Judge may be tried to Col. Sod Illinois i i T i oner to at oi tho Land loiva c will attend to the of with and DOCTOR AN and Mineral 1. limp AT Office ill C and N 10-if. 11. in up anil Mineral i tho 77OUXKV .it Law and Notary U liefer and No. i- in j In It n. f. JUT I of the for the mv in Our the th p-r n in the fortieth of of not in v fe POINT M A X A 1> O 11 t T 1.1. AT i his llv will K. UTS at liny and the Mineral Point Proprietor on of anil of all our VI SIM X V s 01- A to of on a i N. V. livr Millinery Establishment Mr. DAVKY ns a on tilted now and j of Pen lit. 1 In M I N GOODS S r a in L .i 1V-! d in aad m i; -n if Miami 5xO--tr. M. to in and j all to any Stic it IKT City aad to call and hi r their AND with a view j hU 3 to the convenience of he be in Tho of of tiie Throughout tho whole north was but one hoard but one The Union must be it cost oceans of England sent her noble New and Pennsylvania armed with gantic the groat tiie fire of was entire the fur a persons drafted shall ken. They were A- as has boon made in is in j On fifteen mile force twenty-nine miles below It was a brisk lost ouu killed and one Tho ates lost several killed and All indications look toward lively in Arkansas every The secesh are exulting over the posed impossibility of reinforcing Nelson 1'ragg can strike a A in on day evening at 0 All is quiet up tho The skirmish on Saturday at the mouth of was most Two regiments of who were corting sixty wagons and about to a near were suddenly overhauled and Many were takou and the wagons all On the same day a party of twenty wagons were iteen of them and the wagons by the United rs detailed J men regiments of in- upon one hundred and one to M and to bo j a the i to tho commandant of the no is made j in any for carrying into of- j the expiration of the timo the or where lowed for the drafted men to reach the arc in any the such draft be as complete the i panics and by thf 1. and tho lists of c which shall be in accordance the laws of servo the our fathers and to maintain was not always our Our men met with reverses and had to battle with manifold Many i on their way from The wagons wero loaded with from ami is that or except About forty wounded were to on wore others others again j succumbed in a dangerous climate and 1 others too tremendous but all of this our stood with ad- mirable and their patriotism did not Their only desire was tubs the enemy to have an Io crush Xever was there a Col. 1st cavalry has arrived safely at from the Provost arrested and placed the same prison in which he had erly confined Union Col. being for forward to and a train of wagons guarded by seventy oi tiie Wisconsin on the and morning when near attacked by 1.200 resulting in our men and before a military the expenses of arrest and to Clerk of the War Department for ment and of AUGUST 1SG2. j AX TO OP nv ASD OF By direction of the 1'residenf, it is hereby ordered that until further 01- dera no citizen liable to bo drafted into the militia shall be allowed to go to a for- oian All martials and military of United arc and all especially at the of the United States seaboard and are requested to sac that this order is fully carried into and they arc hew by authorized and directed to arrest and detain any person or persons about to de- part from the United States in violation of this person liable io draff who shall absent himself from or country before such is made will be arrested by any provost or other United States martial or State wherever ho inny bo found within the jurisdiction of the United and con- to the nearest military post de- placed on military duty for tho term of the and the expenses of own arrest and conveyance to such post or also a sum of five dollars UH a re- ward to the officers who shall make the lie deducted from The writ of habeas corpus ia hereby suspended in respect to all arrested for disloyal M ST Secretary of paved in lite di Mich of T j rolls suail be i of tho of tno 1 and the J ne enrolling shall upon tnc of the notify commissioner that said i inspected thil tv of the Tho people did not consider dollars j but gave out of patriotism and I since the President for three thousand and in spite of tho New fo the New York from of New York is ed brigadier general irf volunteers to ro- i o' i -i bis I Ol ly c sho ro- by a who nny i wili Capping ln U of as likely to c command Indiana liberality to tlic obi s shall be crowded in- j They ask also that the property KENDALL WORDS FOR I believe the influence of a to for good or for very There in not a woman Jiving unless she has forfeited all claim her husband's but is mating her mm kday by day upon his Women are ishly and do not like to let the HOC how they influence but we even in our doings are to man he js kept at away from had away from doubtful pleasure and through his Some cowardly souls think and cries against hor as iv guardian stand bo- I think the given to supply him with wanting in his own and in yeilding to her her her where are on tho of truth justice he only follows out the leading of n. divine Hut though husband hide or deny let good wife take good One however let her understand direct and anything that look like or irill do no These are things a man not and have driven flings were intending to Counteracting may be too for but it is felt among tho deepest and last things of even when he and scoffs ous XB A good thing of of the the who was sent the fo look for Ho on his I t I t J hst by a rod line drawn ln CMC by i iic 1 ordered j of be JA which not the loth day of furnish its j refusing to tako the oath of allegiance enough to fight anything that ries and the next that was seen of him lie camo tearing down around the with the Arkansas in his ting balls through his wooden at every His stern chasers were ing away with as little the iron walls of his could ast be and he ushered tho enemy in in fine He said that he like the man sent but of camp to j live all a and ami jt rim house and on thoir we believe the and and Mage and after tiin fifteenth of tho S T V K i ull of August no new regiments ot i i drivers who are employed the care and i but tho ut our brave but it is pie is tho voice of procure game for to look for rabbits and prairie and met a grisly who to his a precipitate r ji I to look for rabbits and prairie I toll you the voice of the j ft to his pairs
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