Sevier falls to the floor wounded in the shoulder.
General Watie and two of his officers exit through the French doors onto the plaza past two Union guards that they gun down.
Four Union soldiers are in pursuit.
The entire ballroom is quite for a moment waiting for the next shot to be fired. A Confederate officer suddenly pulls his revolver and shoots a Union soldier. The soldier falls to the floor, wounded.
Gun shots ring out. People run and fall from the gunfire.
The four remaining Confederate soldiers attempt to pull their dress uniform sabers and make a valiant attempt to fight but are cut down by rifle fire.
Colonel Sevier stands and yells out. The people are still running and screaming in the background.
Cease fire. Cease fire!
A large Corporal grabs John Ross off the floor where he lies. Blood trickles down the side of his head. The Corporal cocks his pistol and holds it to John's head.
Talmidge intervenes by hitting the corporal. Soldiers quickly subdue Talmidge and John. The corporal gets to his feet. He glares at John and Talmidge then his eyes check in with the colonel.
Sir, Ross is secured.
Sevier favors his wound where he was hit by the Confederate bullet.
Take him out and chain him.
The Corporal acknowledges. He pulls John toward the door. Talmidge stands watching under guard in the background.