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The Steuben Guards

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Day
10
Month
May
Year
1861
Copyright
Public Domain
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We append a list of the membcra of iho Steuben Guards, as aceeptod at tioit, and raustered Lnto service by the apt. Fink: 1 Win. F. Rotb, Aüii Arbor. 2 Augustus C. ilogk, " " 3 John T Sinclair, " " rail Osiander, " " 5 Louis Schleicher, " 6 Jacob Katz, " " 7 JosephKirk, 8 Geo. H. Grenville, " " 9 Gco. Boehm, " " 10 Frederick Jaeger, " " 1 1 John O. Allmandinger, " " Í2 Erastua Barber, " '■' 13 Jobn M. Board, " " 14 C;r, 13ro!cav, Nortbfield. 15 Ilenry öaiüpbell, 10 Henry il, Oole, Ann Arbor. 17 Converse G. Cook, " " 18 Win. M. Oorselh, " " 19 John Decker, Northfiekl. 20 Honry J. Deining, Anu Arbor. til WiHiam Diebl, " " 22 William Donner, ' " 23 Floiian Fontain, " " 2-1 Jamos Forbcs, " " 25 Gottfried Uaus3, " " 0 lvmil Geisler, " " 27 Valentino Gi'llma: n. " " 28 Jacob Gemier, ': " üi) Thomas W. Goodcnough, ; " 30 Bernard S. Guillan, Ypsilanti. "I James liaran, Aun Arbor. ;!2 James llarrington, Chelsea 33 William A. llill, Ann Arbor. 3 1 Frederiek Hoefel, ;' " S i John T.Hoffmao, " " 30 John W. 1 [oward, " 37 Geonre Kelley, " " 38 John Klink, ' " " 39 Ernest Kober, " " 40 John Lang, Freedom. 41 Seymour Lathrop, Ann Arbor. 42 Clarcnce L Lockwood, " " 43 Jaoob Lodholz, " " 1 [ Joaepb Mallenbrey, " " 45 Georgo Jlaulhatseh, Nortbfield. 40 Lewis Meaher, Ann Arbor. 17 GottlieFMunde, " 48 Lcwis Neumann, Northüeld. 49 William B. Newell, Anu Arbor. 50 John Olk, " ' " 51 Joseph Ottmar, Saline. 52 John Rauser, Ann Arbor. 53 John Kokohl, " 54 James liowan, Pittsfield. 55 Ghristian Sanzi, Ann Arbor. 50 Timothy Sergeant, " " 57 Frederiek Saulter, " " 58 John J. Saulter, " " 59 Dan Schnaithin.ui. Scio 60 Emanuel Schub, Ann Arbor. lil William Siegle, " " 02 Thomas Sliinan, " " 03 Ilenry Sneyder, " " Oí Henry ïbeiss, " " 05 James M. Tice, " " 00 George Vetter, " " 07 John' Vetter, " " OS William Wolf, " " 09 Wesley Wood, " " 70 George Zeeb, ■ " " 71 Jacob Zceb, " ': 72 Gottlieb Gwinner, " " 73 William Fauth, 1[ " 71 Jacob Gwinner, " ': 75 Albert Gwinner, " " 70 Enlisted in Detroit, don't know name. Yj i i 'i ' yg c ii x i ü To each of the seventy-five men enlisted here, $7 bonnty has been paid, an aggregate of $525. Eleven of the men aro married men and are paid by our citizens each 10 extra wages per month ; sixtyfour are single, and are each paid 85 extra per month ; making an aggregate monthly payment of $130. EP7 Tho Niles Inqw'rer says that Horaco Grceley " is the ouly man, wbo, " of all othors, outside tho Cabinet, lias " the confidence of tbc President, and " undorstands the objccts and designs of " the governnient." If tbat is so we pity the governnient, and almost despair of the future. iCSET' A Washington dispatch of the 7th inst., says that the War department has qpmmuuicated a desire to the Govcrnor's of the several States callcd on for three rnonths troops, that all regiments notyct marched forward should be mustored into the service for threo years. If tliis request is made to apply to tho First Regiment of this State sonie of the men may conclude that it is more than they bargaiued for. C5P We give up our wliole paper, editorial columns and all, to " Crisis news,-' convinced that we can best 3atisfy our readers iu that way. With no litLlc labor, but with much ceonoiny of space, we have condensed much of the uews of the week into a column or two of " Crisis Parographa." lll ■!■ l II 83 The Jackson Guards, of Detroit, Capt. MciDeruiott, havo unanimously resolved to tender tbeir services to the President for three )rears. RSZ" Whilo the Democrats of the North have, almost as one man, sunk all party consideratiocs and responded to the cali of the country with alacrity and zoal, hosts of licpublicans are clamoring for offico and for tho " blood " of Democratie office-holdírs, and the Admi'iistration at Washington shows too much of a disposition to gratify their deniands. - The Democrats are only doiug thoir duty, and without sclfish motives, and should not the "powers that bo " follow their exainple and forget party' in this criüis1" Or is it the duty of Doniocrats to do the forgetting, and the Ilepublicans tho getting?

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