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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 August 1863

mriP*7 Li III fla«tm, JAMES H. PARKER, EDITOR. tied Wing, August 12.1863, THE telegraph lines being down, we fail to get our late reports this week. Dishonesty of Partisan Journals. Below we made a few extracts from the Chatfiald Democrat, One of our own State Journals, not because it is of sufficient im portance to entitle it to serious notice, from us, but because it is but a type of quite a number of little Journals in the country, who take their cue from larger traitors in the nation, and for aught we know may ex ercise some little influence in the communi ties where they are, and anong the people by whom they are raid. They seem to be entirely lost to all sentiment of true De mocracy, and forget, or, perhaps never thought, of the higher and more enobling sentiment of country, in contemplation of the narrower, and more stultifying feeling of ptrty. To advance the cause of their party, they would willingly, or perhaps thought lessly endanger the very existence of their country. O...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 August 1863

Skt Wiliuttm. O & cJOXjXTiwaLaw. BED WING, AUGUST 12, 1S63. W A A N DEEDS for sale at this office. Chattel Mortgage a for sale at this office. E W A E O I O S I I O N Some unprincipled parties aavo pat up a !arg» amount of worthless staft' called Salera tus, anciscattered it all over the Western States, much to the determent of a & Co.'s excellent Saleratus. This worthless staff is put up in blue or green paper and called De Land & Co.'s House Wife's Favor- ite," while Do Land & Co.'s Houae Wife's Favorite or Chemical Saleratus is put up only in bright red papers. Beware of imposition. E O A I O N E N I O N The Democrats of Goodhue County will meet in Mass Convention at the Conrt House, in lied Wing, on Saturday, the 22d inst., at 1 o'clock P. M., to appoint Delosratos to the State Conven tion, to be holden ut St. Paul, on the 2ith day of Augusi iust. order of the CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Red Wing, Ang. 7th, 1S63. THOSR goods that McGlashan went to New York to buy, have co...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 12 August 1863

IS tarn SINGER & CO.'S E E A Family Seeing Machine, With all the new Improvements, (Hemmer, Braider, Bindar, Feller, Tucker, Corder, Gatherer, & &c.,&c.) is the ,, CHEAPEST -AND BEST, And mofat beautiful of all Machines for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ,« ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATIIEU, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spool cotton as well an No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the A I N E E S E I in Folding-top Case is among tke most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened out un a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may ho.folded into a box, which protects the working pirts of the Machine. There is no other machine to equal the Loiter A in simplicity, durability, rapid...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 August 1863

tfcol. 1 oo!. I Wkt VrtttKtm, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY^ BY A E & E I Tsnu of 8oB80BirTioN $1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N HeT* Ton lines or less make a square. 8w $1 50 2 50 8 50 a 00 4w 8w 1 »qu'r 1 sq'r.s sq'ra 3m —s~Uo 13 U0 6m $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 ISiOO iy $3 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 $4 00 6 00 8 OO 12 00 $6 00 1000 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 25 00 40 00 75 00 18 001 15 00 201)0f 25 00 LBOAL ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr.for first insertion, 25 cts. each subsequent insertion. Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must bo paid for in advance continued advertisements quarter ly, andlegal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered out. JAKE S II. PABKER. D\V S. MERITT. I E O CHUBCHKS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUBcn—Corner o* East A venae and Fourth street. Services Sab bath at 10£ A. II. and 7%v. u. Sabbath School at I ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 August 1863

PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY, A E & E I E S or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A E I I S I N 7 Ton lines or less make a square 8w 81 50 2 50 8 50 00 4w 8w 1 squ'r S sq'rs sq'rs 3m 6m $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 C. (J. KoynoUs office in Wilkinson's block. iy $3 00 4 50 6 00 9 00 18 00 20 00t o.oi. $4 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 ~3~00 13 00 1 ooJ. $6 00 1000 12 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 10 00 16 00 20 00 25 00 40 00 75 00 S A ADVERTISEMENTS, 40 cts. per squr.for first insertion,25 cts.each subseqnentinsertion. Advertisements set in double column, price additional. Transient advertisements must bo paid for in advance continued advertisements quarter ly, andlogal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered JAMKS II. PARKER. A S. MERITT. I E O CHrjRCHKS. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner o' "East Avenue and Fourth stroet. Services Sab bath at 10£ A. M. and 7 P. M. Sabbath School ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 August 1863

gfejjgiWgjtegj -'JjaLjagutfa-BmL'j Mt 9ttlmtnt. JAMES H. PARKER, EDITOR. __**cl W in Aujusst 19. 1863. Union Stale Convention To-day the Union State Convention meeta at St Paul. W regret that the call for that convention could not have been made without prefixing to it a word that in any way would seem to impart to it a party char actor but since it has been done we do not complain. W hope patriotism and hones ty will prevail in the counsels of the con vention, and men of integrity and worth will bo nominated. What the past political association of the candidates have been, we caro not, so long as they are men of sound judgment, sterling honesty, and active, de cided, positive men. W hate your a tive, policy men. For almost three years we have labored almost alone, yet never discouraged, to build up a Union sentiment in this State, conQ dent that unselfish patriotism would dictate no other policy. W have been constantly misrepresented, and frequently absurd but in the firm convictio...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 August 1863

eneeaasasaaaaaen O S O O W RED WING, AUGUST 19, '.363. W A A N W E E S for sale at this office. a el a a for sale at this office. BEWARE OF IMPOSITION. Some unprincipled parties have pat up a largo amount of worthless stuff called Sulera tua, and scattered it all over the Western States, much to the determent of D. B.DeLund& Co.'s excellent' Saleratus. This worthless staff is put up in blue or green paper and called B. B. De Land de Co.'s House Wife's Favor ite,'' while D. B. De Land & Co.'s Hoaae Wife's Favorite or Chemical Saleratus is put up only In bright red papers. Beware of imposition. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The Democrats of Goodhuo County will meet in Muss Convention at the Court House, in Red Wing, on Saturday, the Zld imt.,ail o'clock P. M., to appoint Delegates to the State Conven tion, to be holdcn at St. Paul, on the 2rith day of Augusb inst. By order of the CENTRAL COMMITTEE. lied Wing, Ang. 7th, 1S63. SKWXVO MACHINES.—Any person wish ing to purchase a Sewing M...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 19 August 1863

SING-ER & OO.'S Family, Sewing Machine, W it all ilia Improvements, (Hommor, Bpfider, Bincbr, Feller, Tucker, Cordex, Gatherer, fcc.,. is the CHEAPEST AN BEST, And most beautiful of all JMjJtcHines for Fdinily Sewing- ami light manufacturing purposes. I makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both hides,) and has great capacity for sewing ... ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with. ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be sown to PERFECTION on this machine It will use 20u spjl cotton as well as No. 80 linen-thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the A I N E E S E «, The Folding-top Case is among tke most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened out as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may bQ/oJdedinto a box, which protect.'! the working purCs of the Machine.— There is no other machine to equal the Letter A in sitnpiioifty/j durability, rapidity and cer tainty ol'-corro...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 September 1863

8 TH E VOLUME 8, NO. 6. 3talttntm, PUJ1LISUB& E KY WEDNESDAY, Bf A E & E I TKBMS or SusaoniPTiuM $1,50 per annum, strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N £3T L'on lines or lessmak a square 3w $1 50 4w 8w $2 00 3 00 $3 00 4 50 squ »q'rs sq'rs 3 50 0 ou 8 On 4 00 6 00 6 00| 9 00 10 00 15 00 r.n 13 OOJ 20 001 "vj eol_. 1 ool." LfcOAi. A»VERTraEMENT3, 40cts. per squr. for first insertion,25 etB.eaeh subsequentinsertion 73 oo 75 00 Advertisements set in double column, pries additional Transient advertisements must be paid for advance continued advertisement? quarter ly, and legal advertisements before the day of sftlo. Business Cards, (six lines,) $6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered at. I I H. PARKER. DAV S. MERITT, I E O II CIIURCHK*. ^KTIIODIST EPISCOPAL Council—Corner of Eas Avenue and Fourth street. Services Sab oath at 10£ A. and 7 M. Sabbath School Glass meeting Sabbath at 9)^ A .it. and 12."*. (.Mass meeting Wednesday even ing iyt o'clonk Prayer meetin...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 September 1863

Ifo ^kitten, JAMESn. PARKER, .- .• .• .• EDITOR W in S 2 I S 6 3 Tho Democratic Nominations and Their Platform. All lhat remains of the old Democratic party or Minnesota met in Convention at St. l'aul on the 26th inst., for the purpose of nominating candidates to be supported for the various State offices, at the fall election We do not mean that all the Democracy of Minnesota were represented in that Conven tion we simply mean as we say, the Dem ocratic party was there. There is much more, and better Democracy in the State than was in that Convention, or represented there and there is far more and better De mocracy in the State outside of the party, or any party, than there is in it. It is sug gestive of the exceeding unpopularity of that species of loyalty that characterized the Convention, that the St. Paul Pioneer utter ly repudiates the ticket, saving, only in its denunciations, tho candidato for Governor, and our own noble fellow townsman, Maj. A. E. Welch, who, unfortunatelf,...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 September 1863

I 9filmtm. :o££&sj BED WING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1363. NOTICB. Notice is hereby given that the Trustees of ihe Soldiers' Aid Fund have made thefifthandeton last assessment of 20 per cent, on the subscrip tions to said Fund. Subscribers will pay their several amounts to G. C. Biekinson, Esq., Col lector. J- W. HANCOCR,*.gccretary of Board of Trustee*. N O I E The members of the Red "Wing Litorary As sociation are requested to meet at the office of the Clerk of the Court, in the Court House, in this city, next Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Sept. 2,1SG8. Per order. a County Convention The Democrats of Goodhne County will meet in Muss Convention at the Court House in the City of Red Wing, on Saturday, the \ith day of September, A.D.1S6S, at 2 o'clock M., for the nomination of candidates for the following offices:—State Senator, two Representatives. Countv Treasurer, County Commissioner for Second District. By ordor of DhMocitATio Co. COM. Red Wing, Sept. 1st, 1868. CAUCUS.—Saturday night th...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 2 September 1863

SINGER & CO.'S LETTER "A" Family Sewing Machine, With all tliv iscvv Einpiovcments, (Ilommor, Braider. Binder, Poller, Tucker, Oordcr, Gatherer, &c., &c,&c.) is the- CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machines for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked ^titt.-}i (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATIIEtt, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be sown to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spo-1 cotton as well as No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the III A I XI? E S E O The Folding-top Case is among the most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened out as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may hGfolded'mto a box, which protects tho working purls of the Machine. Thcrc is no other machine to equal tho Letter A in simplicity, durability, r...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 9 September 1863

Mt wmimm, PUBLISHED EVZKY WEDNESDAY, A E & E I I'Eiiiia OF SUBSCUIPTION $1,50 per annum strictly in advance. A E S O A E I S I N *5T* Ton lines or less make a square I 3w $1 50 2 60 3 oe 5 uo 4vr 1 aqu'r 1 nq'rs S sq'r.s %ool. 8w 1 3m $3 00 $4 00 4 50| 6 00 fi 00! 8 0012 0 ooj oo 13 001 15 00 20 ool 25 00 Gm S2 00 3 00 S 00 iy $6 00 1000 4 00 6 00 10 00 16 00 00 20 00 15 00 25 00 10 00 1-5 00 col. TToo 25 00 40 00 75 00 1 40 00 Business Cards, fsix lines,) $6 per year. All advert'wcniants continued until ordered out A S II. PARKER. DAV S. MERITT. I E O CHURCHIM. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of "Ea-it Avenue and Fourth street. Services Sab bath at t0£ A. M. and M. Sabbath School at 11{ Class meeting Sabbath at p- M- mnnn, Pastor. CtiBisTCiiaaoii—(Episcopal)—Ilead-.fBroad wav, between E:ist and West A Venn s. Servi ces Sabbath I0£ A. M. and h\i v. Sabbath School itn'modiately after morning service.— Morning prayers DAILY (Sunday excepted at A. M. liov.E. U. Wells, Rector. A S...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 9 September 1863

21) ft I rfi JAMES If. PARKER. EDITOR, W in S 9 1 8 6 3 The New*.: We hare not filled the papsr up this week With telegraphic reports, because there is nothing of importance to publish. When there is, wb'snail gi^e it to our readers in full. We are vain to think we can writo better articles than news reporters, when they have to make up their reports out of "whole cloth,''so we prefer to fill the VOLUNTEER up with Z/re matter. The only items we think worth mentioning are, Fort Sumter is com pletely 3em olished,. though we do not take possession, for the reason that other rehalj|'av* effective and we think so ton battel ies command it. The attack on Mo bile has been abandoned. Gen. Burnside has entered East Tennes see, and occupied Knoxville, the home of Parson Biownrow. Fire in the It*«ar. We have no lecture on copperhe.idUm to preach now, as, perhaps might be inferred from the title of this article but we have to rejoice over the manifest disposition of the true democracy of tha St...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 9 September 1863

0 3 E 1 O ^.••g.--Vfet..V,: Mt Wottttttet,j RED WING, SEPTEMBEB 9, '.S63. $5 Reward—Stray Cows, Strayed from the residence of the subscri ber in Red Wtng, on Tuesday, the 1st inst., two Cows. One is a good sized brindle Cow, about seven years old said Cow has rather large and crooked horns one of which turns up a trifle more than the other: the has some white on her belly, and her bag iser also white with white teats, and a very lit ila white on the bush of her tail The other one is a rather small red Cow, about four years old with some white on the belly and a very little white on the outside of one flank, and her bag is also white with white teats she has straight and rather staggish looking horns, with a very little sawed off the tip of each horn said Cow has a short tail, about one-half the tail hav Uig been cut off. Each of said Cows have five teats, four good ones and one false one, the false or small one is on the right hand side of the back part of the bag. Both Cows gave mi...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 9 September 1863

SINGER & CO.'S LETTER "A Family Sewing Machine, With all the uc Improvements, (liemmer, Braider, Bitubr, teller, Corder, Gatherer, &c., &c.,&c.) it Tucker, the CHEAPEST AND BEST, And most beautiful of all Machines for Family Sewing and light manufacturing purposes. It makes the interlocked stitch (which is alike on both sides,) and has great capacity for sewing ALL KINDS OF CLOTH, and with ALL KINDS OF THREAD, Even LEATHER, as well as the finest MUS LIN, may be sewn to PERFECTION on this machine. It will use 200 spool cotton as well as No. 30 linen thread. What it can do can only be known by seeing the MACHINE TESTED. The Folding-top Case is among tho most valu able of the new improvements. It may be opened out as a spacious and substantial table, to sustain the work, and when the machine is not in use it may ha folded Into a. box, which protects tho working purls of the Machine. Thore is no other machine to equal tho Letter A in simplicity, durability, rapidity and ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

~il' VOLUME 8, NO, 8. 5 3f. I S E E I W E N E S A BY A E & E I TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION $1,50 per annum, "•strictly in advance. JtATEsi O A E I S I N Ton linos or lesumake a square. fc.EOAti ADVERTISEMENTS, 40cts. per squr.for Afstttisortion^cts.eaen subsequentfasertion. Advertisements set in double column, J£ pries additional. Transient advertisements must be paid for in advance continued advertisemtntsquarter ly, andlogal advertisements before the day of sale. Business Cards, (six lines,) §6 per year. All advertisements continued until ordered out. JAMES PARKER. DA S. MERITT. 1 E O CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH—Corner of East \venue and Fourth street. ServicesSab bath at 10£ A. M. and 1lA*. M. Sabbath School at Class meeting Sabbath at 9% M. and 12 M. Class meeting Wednesday even in? 1% o'clock Prayer meeting Thursday evening 7 o'clock. Rev. Ezra Tucker, Pastor. STKANOERS KURNISHED WITH BEATS. M. E. Cnuacii—(Werman)—Church Block, fronton West Avenue. Services Sabbath loi^ ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

-i.i. col. 1 col. »Lmmy*!v*#**m,*+mi»i TH E VOLUME 8, NO. 8. TUBL'tSITEl) fiVlSKg WEDNESDAY, BY PARKER & MERITT. E S OF SUBSOUIPTION $1,50 per annum Istrictly in advance. 4 1 A E S O A E I S I N S^"* Ton linos or lessmak a square 3w $1 50 2 5o 3 50 5 00 3 on TJToi) 4w 8w 1 *qu'r 2 sq'rs S sq'rs 3m 6ni $2 UU 3 00 15 00 C.iitisrCHUitoii -(Episcopal)—Head*. fHroad leuKastaudd West A vermis. Scr wav between Kast an Wes Aveuuis ocrvi way utwooii r»i«b •*. s.-hlvifh jr second Monday in II til, II. B. Wilson, 11. I*, ,» IIMO.I LEAGUE. Th* Union League of America, Itcd Win Council meets uverv Tuesday evening atStcr lii.g'a Hall, at 7,'. o'c'ock. OF 1 ve3, otHc liuj in Brand's new bui POST OPKICfi. 0:fteo hours, on wook ilavsfrom 8 i».M. On Sundays from 9 from 12 M. to 1 p. M. Up mail closes at 8 M., down mail closes ut 2 e. it. tied Wing to MantorviHo, leaves Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, at 8 A. M. rrires Monday, \V«dno»day au Friday, at e. Stttttt iy $3 00 4 5o fi 00 $4 00 6 00 8 DO ...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

®Ite ^fihuxtttt, JAMES H. PARKER, EDITOR. K£ii W in September 16. 1§63mean Telegraphic Sews. The news np to la evening was of a gen eral and uninteresting character. Yesterday howeTor, its tone changed, but it cam* toocity. late for to-day's paper, From Charleston we have the gratifying intelligence that Forts Gregg and Wagner havo been evacuated, and that our force is in possession of Morris Island. General Gilmore now has bis batteries planted one and ©ne-eighth mile nearer Charleston than before. Last Friday the' white flag was seen wav ing over Fort Moultrie, and our iron clads were lying between Forts Sumter and Moul trie. We have possession of half of James Island, and the prospect is bright for tbo possession of the rebellious city. Gen. Meade is after Lee. The long inee tion is broken by one of the most splendid cavalry movements of the war, in which Gen. Pleasonton attacks and drive* Tien. Stewart's cavalry past Culpepper, capturing a large number of prisoners, and destroyi...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodhue volunteer. — 16 September 1863

Hie Wfllttntm, JAMFS H. PARKER, .. Kc:3 W in Scptem?**^- EDITOR. 16. 1 S 6 3 1 egraphic N v.- s. The nows up to la evening was of a gen eral and uninteresting character. Yesterday hovvever, its tone changed, but it cam* too late for to-day'K paper. From Charleston vre have the gratifying intelMgence that Forts Gregg and Wagner havo been evacuated, and that our force is in possession of Morris Island. General Gilmore now has bis batteries planted one and ©ne-eighth mile nearer Charleston than before. Last Friday the' white flag was seen wav ing over Fort Moultrie, and our iron clads were lying between Forts Sumter and Moul trie. We have possession of half of James Island, and the prospect is blight for tbounder posse.-ssion of the rebellious city. Gen. Meade is after Lee. The long inac tion is broken by one of the most splendid cavalry movements of the war, in whioh Gen. Fleasoutcn attacks and drives Gen. Stewart's cavalry past Culpepper, capturing a large number of prisoners, and de...

Publication Title: Goodhue Volunteer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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