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Linn County Register (Newspaper) - June 6, 1863, Marion, Iowa THE lim COUNTY XJ JT X O N XT O W IT 33 ONE 1ST 3D LINN JUNK G SI 50 PER ANtf UM THE 1UDLISnCD EVEHY BATVRDAY JIY H O E S conNBii o MAIN AND SIKUADIAN One one In KATES OP One to Uiwi or lew t i Kach BUbscquent One Square 8 One Square 6 IMIU One Square Q 7 One Fourth Column 8 One Fourth Column 8 One Fourth Column 12 tine Half Column 8 One Half Column G One Half Oolunin 12 tine Oolunin Jl 1MI Una Column II One Column 12 Cash Bates for whole Sheet first Quarter Sheet 198 Each mlilltlonnl mlilltlonnl Hnlf Sheet llrsl IKIylilh Sheet OI additional additional JO1I riHNfINl Pernnna wanting JOB PBINTINO will tiiliH we ate prepared to do all ktnna ol Irlntln i tlii neatest and quickest at reasonable rates TlrVN COUNTY ATTORNEY AT LAW give his special attention to this class discharged on l am entitled to HnO amity Grocery Store and The at the former Young America uthwcst corner of the on hand A etc aBoortnivnt o f FAMILY hloh he will sell very cheap for or exchange foi ountrj BAKERY Ttie following WAD written Hit ItftrV of rme nf tliore flovttnment hills which KvniritHjr fm ljr ihi imfnu of 11 green Titty nre so art the nni ofltiv following Green be tliy bnck ujmti hoc I Thou iledtfe of Iminiltr AYhen lifomljMiivntletl Trensoii No more Ha Imiul ihnlt rise f lint from Maine to The Blurs nnd Stripes shall wave r the hearts nnd mints of Nor mock one ftUereil lUc credit Tu carry on the InrnlsniiiK nliiewa In currency nt With cnsli tlioufih krt When thtyvu cnncvllett To Imy half the thmntn nf WUU thu crowtw lu to now In succbMful nnd he wlU kctp nrt tea 11 0 now n succbMu All klnda of Fancy linking for loue on bnnrV ICE The upper room In lib hulhllnp hna ntted In gonrt tyle for an Ice Crenm where pnrtlen of Imllctt nntl entUuivn cim hu accummodatevl at All I have ftUo A RftoA Soda Ycmt In icvcmgf Ii the alrongeal drink 1 nml I would recoiu nvml alt u use nllra8 our hurled Thai aon 9 On FruedomV sacreil UeHylit ihulr itlonrloutt Tluit life nml To our countrys cansu wo give Fortune life inny Yet the Uovvrmmiet shrill I BI8KABB8 OF TBS KVB MABB A In McKlhennji Drug LINN IWATCH alio fitted n aALLEBY where he IB taking the best pictures thur Oill und set for your 11 A R K E i our unhorn free from blot or hiiuld down ut Sum tfluiU yuV free apaln And clcuiised from foul hi Wave uVr hind Tu PreLdoiu nnd tu Jod t The OK Ion Panicles Oorno In America or any Juno roUgh the kindness of n we arc permitted to Kive Xo our readers n graphic description yj another of those BEBEL RAIDS BAIN A BD A BKALKU8 IS EASTERN MADE light Etc 1W ot tliu Blioiejiadllnut been for tlio timely urrlviil of S Wlio checVmaled Ihem with entire new anil well elected Stock or DRUGS JUST The Vicksburg Army correspondent of the Chicago Tribune describing the battle of 1 Ulack says of the part sustained by the Iowa regiments After short the ciieinj fell back within its si inanwuvcring in in every other instance we have attacked a to have an open Held between his cove and our points of Meantime a heavy artillery lire was given and vt Whatever this may have don to the it caused us no ptuticula The bombardment lasted a General McClcrnand ordered th works to be and CIHT prc pared to execute tlic The point selected for tho charge wa tho extreme protectei iy the banks pf the Lawk concealed a portion of his lave been at some pains to ascertain tl engaged in the affair lor was the turning point in the and it a proper that they should go down in They are the 22d and 23d and 11th At the word of this with that of Bcnton on the mulling their i nncl had a conversation with a man last who was initiated into the Knights of the Golden Circle in this lie is a reliable At the time of his initiation he was a soldier and home on lie savs the gauization is an treasonable as could Avish it to lie was assured that all the soldiers and ollicers of the Hcbcl army were members of this He was shown complete instructions how to make himself known to how to desert to their and assured that if he should desert he would be kindly re ceived by them and allowed to come home on Our informant was also this guerrilla parties would overrun this find lit order not to be plundered by them Hist keep in his house a certain prcscri od and in time of immediate auger should nail to the or it where it could be This save his property from plunder ml and his family from in ult and We know several men n this comity who arc posted as to the of lir tall ISTott One ol tlic most djmntf ftnd successful exploits of performed by four men on Saturday May w Hock Wayne Benja min Burko ix Hudson ix discharged James of fordV nnd another named James having received intimation of a band of twentyeight muter the oointitfind of of the famous bund ofrcbcl robbers thatinfest Wayne jmdJOlinron as Fergusons men having stopped lit the house of Joaiithan to tlic to attempt their Four men against twenty reigbt fiends who have rcvoUcAin Uve blood orm olucut neighbors for a of it t seems like yet the attempt vas Coinniing to a who food watch over their thirty one avis ordered him to surrender his gun vhich the coward and received n low from it that knocked his braines The way was now clear to the house where the remainder of the party were Paul Press describes the bands of WiniYefiago Indians which had arrived Mankato and were Towri tho river on the It says TlnjVf JoiMtH indicate nnylbing but tho good Indians that we rend about jn mis iitentions of this treasonable Of have joined on purpose to xpose tlui and machinations ol hone followers of They all mite in declaring it a most treasonable mil dangerous It is organ and led by men who are todav jus as false to tho Government of tho Tlmtoi States as the vilest traitor in the Loyal people arc slow to believe these yefthey must bclivc them they willingly shut their eyes and stoi their Every cllbrt has been made to discourage anil demoralize the and the plans have all been laid to plunge the State into anarchy like that which has already mined Tho sol quite contrary to the expectations of Northern have remained Surrounding the house they at once raised a hideous crying Wol at the top of their The awakened by the noise sup posed at once that Wolfords whom they dread they do was upon sprang tVorrftheir leav ing their clothes ami guns anil rushed for the Out they rush ed nothing on but shirts and some without to take leg met Evans at the door both fired at the same Burke was slightly wounded in the head but tlic imfanions K in stantly Fotfr others were the remainder of tho party But they abandoned everything all their personal guns and sov sionary and it is probable that Satan would not have great difficulty in selecting and at si would bo admirably ed for his It is very cliann to read in Hiawatha a verse of ncYbli but wo acquit Long follow of any intention to personify tho He must have alluded to Homo tribe now as that class roam in tbis region at pres The only nobility we oonld or consisted of halfdressed bodies with hideously daubed witli i tho Nqunwa were with while the men and boys participated in various kinds of a immber industriously m doing The moccasin it is was their favorite occasionly ft deck of cards would be VJ II IVll threw their blankets on the and moved upon tho entrench The charge was made in a gal lant the boys wading up to their armpits across a bayou intervening be Tlievwere recolviii witli murderous but they heeded it Onward tncy their and dcinandcd its surren They presented too ninny pom ed against and the lieiuv were forced to The enemy had left behind wbei e a bridge of tho true to their and hurled sncl bittei auathaains against these wouldbe to stagger them and frustrate their They and were getting ready for operations when the conscription law undthe organization of Union Leauge again baflled They arc now casting undecided as to what they will In this condition of things there iff only me safe course for loyal men to called into requisition to while away the We saw none of tho devotional exercises for whipK thc Sioux are HO cel fear that they were to brillgMlVoir religion away from tho Near the of the encampment they placed a young fmpHjig and tencd to Ibis the keepsakcs that had been captured from tho Sioux who were murdered by them livst They con sisted of two scalps upoi hoops and attached to two long tho of fingers with tufts of pieces of fastened all ornamented with fancy coir ored bits ot Some of the half breeds and good who were at the examined them and gave it as their eral thousand dollars in greenbacks in ad dition to a amount of Con federate Nothing romaincd e c to do Vmt to gather the opinion that the scalps were tnkou fron fruits of their Unit they divided Sioux who were living with the mncba tlrx as those upon the plums never wear of such short They look Ravage when I i i with William a pvimmct tliev had released fronv the clue lies TUB OTH IOWA cago Journal of tlic i They must perfect thciiovgnnizntions in every They iwwtprovide thcmsclvcH with all the needful applian so that at a moments they S DRUGS AND Dye VarnisU lOOTll IICKS AND fOCKET COMBS Uamers the prcdcdm to defend the Waroliouto r careful to buy only the THOMPSON In Court flrnt door U the Window Jack Knives Hucn suort yieydng of their brethren and vow Cliil During the forenoon they participated iiTblishcs aUn one of their grand scalp form 1 about the tlic men drums and while the the scalps and other relics cairo in tiiu stiiteinont uvirriPit by every otliccr of the ing a circle ab ltb Iowa indignanlly denying beating upon r the ulander originated by the Chicago squaws caricd me Times uid reiterated by tho Muscatino all shouted and sung tbuir wilil war that tbw regiment was composed oadancc w the of men dissatisfied with the Administra of tUo continued Joi an bvig while the kept niia cousinnny west ol Ihe GIVE ME A tlVJJS idlaucc of the force passed over the northern bank ot no wig and had not counted upon ts or he would not have loll behind him eighteen field not one of which he had time to so furious and energetic was the Beside the guns there was a largo amount ot commissary most welcome to the who had been on quarte rations for several Everyman in the en trenchments was captured except u coup le of who look to the edge of and remained concealed theie nntH our scouts waked them up mid them in The number so captur ed will largely exceed three In describing the previous battle at Champion Hill or Edward s he nal vigilance is the pnce was ruiorc true and applicable than at uus very We elixort all loyal men to be earnest and untiring m their efforts to save the State from an sirchyand and heir own families and properv from outrage and flic advice of a few overcaul urns and in orednlous persons who inveigh against all and can see no diftcrencc between a lawful and disloyal one must bo The country must be pi ii uiwai bSlSSf A iVoiu mini T flin HorrtT Ol the roiriinenont liemtily i Goveniiiuiit and those ministering in all w sotarirom nuiiijj A endorses the gives the following scrap ot Lose who arc now adHpmance The 1st Kansas I nr any measurestliey I mvc spoken is cncampctt One of the members ot tli at of hospital llot and those who mute to slanil auii lirmlvbvthc Government and by the render the most efficient aid m Tlio Klllluit I Uy of llie A from Spring Mnwv gives me sonic particu lars regard to the death ot Van The facts singularly and m time of peace would wutioiijil u The crowded ol e Qne of the The following paragrapu is ft died in Will the Courier editor put it in his pipe two weeks Atter dentil ma w st bf tlicy JIM strouir KtrlitllKv lot tJlu Iia Ul wane we re wiHiug to go anywhere c with ratlio imcuts of raiment She tiiu i ii rts u mini VI V l llU UJ iv vi eat war will distract the public eye from u quiet domestic tilolOtlltVlllflt in T mi liis JENNISON i uhllc TOT inxst lo Cavcmily OH iepa llOll HB U lUiuiw t I In Wllionu IE to the Farmers oi Adjoining anilwllljmvo for iee me I unil 1 yuur ulju1 Tlie 4th was in tbe tUuk of the as Iowa regiments w IVs nTspiaved the most detennmed least hal ot tiicir number taken prisoners tlio Iml Inncc were fearfully cut 1 doubt it Xo day they cuu muster one and an Ullio criminal intimacy with t Curbnrltuul by the oneigy She A Smo mil her family is one channelthirty feet deep through I and by tho colored and it AIN WAS and tho men speak torms w c Ohm tho remmont so ami How A TKAIN WAS SAVED BTUUCTIOX Un Bankers Exchange Dealers fifty ineii for AHKKSTS NOUTH AND IVATEST DOUBLE und down y S s s B V Chicago St rent rate KINDB Of UNOORRENH I iliall llx Rail ihall mail nan that tl 5ho Ladies BEFORE AND EXAMINE IIBUTEY TU18 INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS and looato Land Spring and Sninmer Bonnets ami Plain TO TAKE EFFECT MAY Spr Montloello ungwortliy Amimosft Balmoral an4 Other a speaker forcibly said arc depressed here about a few arrests that have been made by the Irant Lincoln and about uot allownig IVeo speech and a free press thw u the reslraiiit ot lew omo ami of he highest ability and consul c nib o Her husbana has been o cor the most ostcemed amiable a member ot and a wealthy A Miior 1etern is Chief Quartermaster to The pair have been marrcd second marriage on the part ot the gen for about five years KHO WHS wvinnj be on fo ran at once and s out Ihc but not second marriage on the part 01 of a tram ticmiuO for about five hnlf a mv On the day of Ihc I took offlvw en led Doni and obtained a fe a flaR star tod pnito go gave ut a slop the H i tri irct to go to a doubtless feeling glad to get haps ho iiis after riad Vvhy Aulut Moses Weaf my do you ask that Per the milder restraint traitors for a brief i lici o JB no and They were Ifr i you would 11 it ivij i tlii1 Ilapj and the engine rods OK llli SI V his signal was brought to a halt a lew Sftho bridgeThe tram had OI H VlKSiltlJ in I TlHy vm r The reuort with ojT ami whoso MtlS IC011T WUlilllU IJlXVlK VO iiu j i I i IT f fuliiirfr nud govern tho country OK TUK llWIlf and sent off for 1etcrfi has reiurned to ber own These are facts hard amlur of tbcconductof but m been m Without doubt ho has actedui Mv infornmut tells mer that he avidcir the cause ami disgusted oiioby his inattention to ihiticsii constant lo hidies am v war on Second otli to walk in the back part There was no reply to the Two rcbdTpiTs were executed at San Key arc tbe to her own k nnd trovorn the vthout ou ms Ucards and African do wclo in tl II ivtlendance to ruooivo iffrco sain wedding clothswaiting fm a Ca ot man ot ini ing contact with s is a hundred District there can IHII with negroes blacker up Oops Wt a suace ot spa sec t mngniliccnt nvoustacl Sb riiowy Fnvotto with
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