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Beaver Dam Argus (Newspaper) - November 8, 1861, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin BEAVER DAM mt the 1SC1. of from the ud h to an- renders the election of F. the Democratic of from tiie 58 of Beaver Tivi the City of Denver A probably Le o-f more ratifying on and Si's su i of Aich two the republican nom union e f of nil friend intimate in Dodgo Mr. S. then states his and lite difference between self and Mr. in which Mr. Stewart the language Perhaps our greatest difference of views fuine are with the Daniel in his as fellows No but country the great patriotic beart of ihe people must rise above the miserable of party and act and whoever under any name or or any to encourage is an enemy to the and very little better than an open Those sentiments being approved and adopted by Mr. as hia of course he considers Mr. Ware an enemy to his and very little belter an open he being nominated as a party can and accepting the nomination all this very well if Mr. S. was really honest in his views and believed what he promulgated but listen yc voters of the West Senate District of Dodge turn to another page of the rer Dam Democrat of Nov. 3d, behold and wonder 1 this samo George H. Slew your honest publishes an- of add eel to the then he would what good living is. around us here arc as I presume the whole grand army is in stonding It is Camp Randall on a larger for the past week or so we have drilled 3 hours of the day with knapsacks and 3 to 4 hours We have practiced a tle in firing with blank the first volley ever discharged was by the whole Brigade at there were none there whose blood was but it ed and darted through his veins at the Already we hear talk of winter aud tbe boys are getting ious to know whether we will go into by IKe Fair We yesterday met an old acquaintance from Western who is here upon a he having been captured by the The manner in which he was lowed bis liberty sufficiently illustrated the theory of Colonel one likes a man the better after having fought with It that our by the belonged to Colonel was taken last day while out upon excursion on his own bo a party of six mounted and marched to their he was the special object of con temptation of a bib hirsute who concluded his investigation with the re mark that he was and ist and a to which he curse I can whip This was rather too strong a dose for our who prisoner as he at the other with defiant is wholly If the price asked is too high in or too for your leave tho article and try another There is rascality in the Quarter Department in Western A large amount of clothing has been lost and no one can account for it. The matter is to be The probability is that some one in the Department has stolen the other card George H. democratic town in ct ihe town of In of tiie base and told and practiced ujr town divided failed to t ts I the f learn 1. To of nil praise have yon by D huve rear 1 a effect of was well fug of and and all stepped You given the of continued at e and its u be- bused if it be ever is a sound union man of the within tiie to .ir Fenti to ha will in places beyond a have in those out Dodge ui of it will be the f- iho ii city i Tiy I you so free ad upon the wa unto you after vou Union men of the 18th Senate Dodge in which he tlie nomination of a candidate for senator by the party I con- sider equivalent to an if the of the Union party and can party both keep the and winds up by Lereby withdraw my name from the and earnestly en join all Union men to labor to secure the flection of the republican John are of a true voters of the 18th Senate Dis- this George H. who advises you to vote for John last in his branded this true as an enemy to his and ry little better than an open and if this be where is his he advises yon to vote for Mr. Will yon not if Mr. S. has not sold out his india rubber like for a few pieces of iSow this Mr. Ware is a a gentleman of and is not an enemy to hin And Mr. Stewart is a hle business as we and many good democrats announced their in- tention to vote for Mr. S. if he run on the Union but the truth Mr. Stewart is one of the rankest and blackest in the country talks oi niggers by and dreams of by But of all the mullet heads ever undertook to make known his ideas on paper he is the and if he under- takes to be n candidate for another is constituents ought to hand cuff and padlock liia and leave the key in the Dodge County as a cial If Mr. S. had been as to his views when he published his two his answers would have heen something like the following S. are you in of tlie sentiments of tha S as contained in your card of I Q adopt those sentiments I you believe that the man who not endorse your sentiments is n to his Sir you conscious when you ad your constituents to vote for Mr. you in your ed him as an enemy to his I must attend to Has not this George Stewart one conscience for the ballot box and another for the Church 1 I IT i. ILUS ifc till f and if we but these j him the a are questions that time must I tion if allowed a fair he would convince the other of his The challenge and they took off their coats and went at after several which on the side of our told and his after haying a tooth knocked knocked and shaking acknowledge that ho was wrong in last and that he didn't believe that a man who fought so was either a thief or nn Bio much nnd used his ence so effectually with the rebel com- then we must make ourselves comfortable as we can we A good ny of the officers have had litlle ditches a little way into the and several feet from the tent on the out- These they have covered and built chimneys either of ban els or of When complied they answer tho purpose of a stove very and make the tents quite comfortable on n chiller In point of health our regiment well with our neighbor that Kentucky was allowed to go yet are a number of sick among A great many have colds caused by the den change of weather for the few days I think of nothing further of interest so I will C. past tha FLORENCE This is an the purposes of which are sufficiently by its It is already assuming some The Madison Argus has the following with reference to its and present condition This originated by Mrs. of in May be- fore it was known that any scheme been entered upon had substantially tlie same view that the United States to which it is now Already has the together with Mrs. of Mrs. and Mrs. of upon a service in St and a number of other capable stand ready to follow them us their sei vices shall be Tho object of the through local to procure from ihe my carding n clamorous i now for Army 5th REG. W V. Hancocks Saturday November 2d, 1861. EDITOR feel as if I could with a good sing the ohl go to And never come back and I no doubt that the whole CT meat would join with me in the 1'iity put forth why they would all bu so willing to sing this last at the fall soon after it commenced be composed Un j to v. regard 10 to u to on such a nnd even were mado anii d of in h n On O -t s conven n U a wind as an and continued all night and so upon signing a document not again to take up arms against the The individual whom he had him with a coat aud pants in lieu established the fact that the congregation From NEW Nov. 4. The steamship from Liverpool the 24th, via the 25th of arrived at Farther Point at four o'clock this She brings one day's later of the pirate reached Liverpool in the steamer A competition hnJ taken place of rifled 32-pounders service guns of different The trial was brought to a close without any very satisfactory re- The and Armstrong guns alone appear calculated to the requirements of the It is expected that France would im- adopt some new measures to palliate Ihe existing The of the of Austria was expected to take place at the commencement of A Paris telegraph dated Oct. says the following Moniteur to-day contains the A judicial investigation hns of his which were somewhat and then him a part of the way toward tho from whence he made his way to the Ohio and so on to this En quit cr. THE OF THE REBELLION AT THE The symptoms of a ous and seditious spirit against the are daily and hourly developing themselves at the in the radical wing of tho Republican and among the abolitionists of the true blue Both having been separated by only the breadth of a ence between tweedle dum and tweed le are now cordially united in tion to the whose manly letter to Fremont is the occasion for the ing of a general fire upon from the hi sixty-four pounders down to the Even the telegraph at St. Louis is used to spend mutiny through the North Under these circumstances it is the ty of the conservative elements to come forward and sustain Mr. Lincoln and de- the abolition who ore tho prime cause of the present misfortunes of the and are doing their worst to in tf IM I U I I tMll I i 1 r 1 t and especially Ihe various mischief they articles included these hus ital surgical The government ing its own to seize and in I i cics for the and pastimes the who a and wounded more dangerous than the editors of Southern aud for the Union Y. ihe i The as well as its Rev. Hiram A. has the endorse meat of the trustees of the First Unita rian Society of the Berlin City Blankets wanted Lodge of Good the lion S. Hastings and Governor Jn our opinion endorsements entitle to full and citi CAMP RELAY Mn 24, Fourth will be to promote ami Wisconsin in camp ther the designs of the will be greatly in want of hi tbu of great the coming The Gr good through this I one to each Tiie Rev. Mr having been is not e to keep them warm by the Governor to canvass the during the Tho climate if with a view to the furtherance the general aims of the sanitary commis will address tho citizens of at the Assembly Chamber at o'clock this We our citizens will turn out and learn of the character and of the preparatory to their share to the comfort and health of A Transfer of by virtue of special orders from the to Col. Martin and Col all and Forts and were placed in charge of a strong for transfer to Fort in Boston The dar was received ou Saturday was but being yes pris B ed at an eaily and to pre- pare for Everything being in the Fort Lafayette to tue number of 109, were brought un- guard to the and with their not fis more than I the fi Sends of the of this regiment to send ns ninny blankets they can to my with no and of the dier for whom it is intended attached to each All who contribute to the relief of our soldiers nt this may rest assured they will receive a blessing for their Send them to Colonel James he svill box and forward them to me. of the ladies ot Saint at have voluntarily abetted the abduction of Jewish These would have justified the government in revoking the authorization of the society of Saint but it IMS confined itself 10 the of its ex- This will reli their object nor rules excuse them from obeying the laws of tiie The London in speaking of tha of the chiss to in- duce Government to in says England rather undergo much suffering break the plain rules of In- Summons for Dodge County Circuit Court David against Prudy The State of to above named you are hereby moned and required to answer tiie complaint in this of which a copy is herewith served upon and serve a of your answer on me at my in the uf in said within twenty days after the service exclusive of the day such nnd if yon fail to answer the Complaint ns tlie plaintiff will apply the Court for the relief demanded in the Dated October 22d 1861, J. JAY BUCK Plaintiffs KT. B. The complaint in this notion was filed in the office of the of Court Octo- ber 23d 186', nt Juneau in said Dated October 28lh 1S61. 49-6w J. JAY Tiffs Sheriff's Staio of Dodge Coi Don id L. W. 1'ir.ch, Ins J Judgment of and In pursuance of n judgment or foreclosure and by of County in ihe on fust clay I the of tlie of lor and pell to Ilio dor at public at my office in the City of Beaver County on the of nt 2 o'clock in tlie of the following described mortgaged or so much as may tc to the amount and together with Ihe expenses of sale Tho north Hires of lot number in number twenty two of and to Ihe of Beaver according to a made by Judson 1'ienticc and in of the of of Bodee Dated 1PC1 G. W. 15ROWKK. Dodge W. 1'iflVi MRS. HUNTINGTON Would respectfully Announce in tbe Ladies of Beaver that shs has taken rooms door NortH of the Baptist sho wili io AWD CLOAK A liberal patronage is 43-4ir England hns arul by To it anil stuin lur will not commit such nn act even to save her 's not everywhere ami the Washington Government that only a lual blockade calls for concludes by IL would ill England to the of by foreign to sides Nov. 4. Weed and A about for by steamer to lo ihe op- of tiie and to prevent the n cognition of the hern by Km nee and It that Gen. Scott goes out in the NEW Nov. 4. of the from at this poit a. in Ho BULL Take pleasure in announcing to the ladies of Beaver Dam and vicinity that they have titled up a very neat and mient room in the Post Office for the purpose of exhibiting Ihe unequalled Wheeler Sewing We sh be to these Machines all will favor ui with a to those are the of we design to say that an examination of our Machines insures a have made with a from who thoroughly in the upe to remain with us for will malie it business to onr their Ail those purchased of are requested to call and obtain tlie of her Oct. 1-61. STRAY Taken np bv Ihe residing in town on Sand bv him in said on or Ihe 5th clav red lino white some white on lirr and rod white red body Between two and throe old this Till or 1SB1. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY tint tho of to Cil v of Beaver in of and State of will ni ike to the Court of uf at the nest special term held at in faid county on of uary to have a part of said addition va 48 CATHARINE SO. 102. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS MAY 1st, Cash Loans well 2D26 shares Bank 24'5 JOiO 607 United A iN. K. 11. bonds i Co. K. It. Co. Total 9S Total 27 Far details of see small Cards and Insurances may be effected old and on very E. and Farm insured for a term oi i wirs at very low 3S-Iy 00 27-5.6.VJ no 193.350 IOC 7SO 10 W OO r K E P A II E I T I M E THE Of By 1 IS THE Phoenix Insurance Co. Or ill AK or TJIE Are manifest in the the to pu in .sh ot 1 West Soi tiie loui a record of WELL 45 04 SO 08 342--0 13 31 U 10 9.70J 36 90 22 MJ SKI t in fair i 40 lie 32.070 is 19.S23 S JO 3.167 3d flO 3 9.-1 PS and avi r all down the I as he made the passage out book without a U S. lie reports the J O 1 for and same the an 1 by a pi lot and the weather in tan NEW Nov. i. Six rifled non here to-day for Gen. range is to be and a Twenty-five to expenses per month be hy the Kric Machine ny fo for tlie to James and Ul can learn to it hy an in- It is to any Machine in i aril they tiie premium over the Fifty and One Dollar Tlie price Is but dol CODS A. J. Quartermaster Fourth Regiment to employ I county in the 1'iiitcil for V General EMPL LETTERS FOR A dent cf the Beloit Journal writing from t ic army on e Potomac T r i .i t i PaV from to per I am that a large proportion t to or cive of our letters never reach us at This is all sent Address through their being directed im ERIK It ia of no to nut I 23-ly. no consequence to put tho canip on the for may be in one and Each regiment sends its own with no prospects of T OI of getting the in A m f t n incus and placing nnd detailing the The rebels and other Inlet put on board a large I senper to Washington each day for the which them to Governor's Plaj The came alongside the steamboat State of which had been chartered by the and was lying with steam alongside the wharf at Foil and the prisoners were marched up on board and collected on the hurricane where the roll was called for the second similar preparations for departure had been at Fort and Col. Capt. and the oilier were busy attending to the details to nominate a See of c on same cf a and did uf on MI H. t A number of tents blown and I presume there are but few tents with a dry like Noah's dove we cnn go to and fro seeking a dry place and finding but unlike the dove tre to go This state of things is disagreeable to but it is a consolation to know that there are n nds of others in the same I presume this is the reason the boys take it so philosophically and put Hie best of faces on the ing jokes at each others as if it were nothing more than pleasant shower hath I wish some of the fastidious cpi fores cf Beaver those who can't u piece of meat if it happens to be cooked too or too for fear that it might impair their could have been here with us this morning at and after a nice little sit down to a meal of (I was a going lo say so fat that by merely taking it in ones fingers enough would he left on the hand to grease n pair of or four crackers politely termed a dish of coffee in- of nil were haid at work packing their with their own in the absence of the faithful in a similar would Lave the ungrateful office for Marshal Kaue and other prominent were very loth to leave their com- quarters for the uncertainties of Fort Morgan and some were vehement in vituperation against the Government for their A guard of about 200 regulars in charge of no matter where i; For the benefit of our corres and friends I will give the cor- rect of direction to all letters for For onr company for it would be as Co. Otb Reg. Wisconsin D. O. Host of our letters have the direction for Wisconsin Tho frequently mistaken fur may mean gan or Minnesota Tho best is to write tba word so that there may be no mistake about it. L. B. R. BEATING DOWN people pride themselves on a certain sharpness in making They buy everything a trifle cheaper than their be- cause of a certain tact in beating down It may turn out ID another world that this is a very short sighted for as it many sel lers to a vicious Mr. Cough said in one of his upon information derived personally from English SELLING AT The undersigned now offers for sale the entire stock At the hnt by E three doors cast of Bern er call and Examine ilic Before purchasing O B- Beaver Nov 1S61 officers was detailed to accompany the j that not few of that unfortunate class of prisoners on the State of and those persons had formerly venders of being formed in double the ers were marched between them to the and such like small and by that humble means When all were safe on tho j had tried Lard gaiu an honest lines were and the noble And they ascribed their failure moved away from the wharf with the fact that were load of nearly 800 prisoners and 300 Orders for the release of ten and and prisoners in were re- by Marshal yesterday but officer who was charged with the delivery of the order to Col. reached our fort some time after the parties had Y 31. so in the habit of beating them down in their that they found it impossible to earn a living by fair and honest which led them step by step into cheating and finally to public degradation and the We think that there is more than a grain of truth in At all one of the minor morals is to give a poor man a fair price for his or Beating AN Common Council of the City of Beaver Dam do ordain ns the owners of lots on Front be- tween Spring and Center be nod lire hereby required to cover the on each side of said Street Complete the same within thirty after tbe tion of this that said work be ilone under the direction of the Com- missioner Passed November 2cl 1S61. W. J. City Dodge County In In tho of tho of tho last will and ment of On reading filing an in writing porting to lie the lust will nnd of Jacob late ol tho town of in the County of Dodge mill State of 1, als J nying petition of George Aman of town of representing other things the 3-lid Aman lately at residence in said of that the paid instrument JB the last will and of paid and that tho petitioner is tho of the said No executor has named and appointed by 1he said last will ex- ami praying that a day be appointed for proofs of said last will and testament and that of ration with the will annexed be County slid is fri a i.e pub tor at s c in each p TO nf u nc in Dani a Dam in sud coin it 22nd -t iv A D 4S-4s- In In the of t he of Notice U hereby by virtue of an order of license in on tlie of by tlie of I lie of tlie on the 2yt.ii of at one the afternoon at tlie dwelling on t for sali at the following to The North the rj Mild the east cast of the north past quarter of ilie north cast of tion five in the town of JefFerson six acres off of Ihe south of the south wot of section in the town of Tiie terms of sale will be known .it the time arul place of Dated 18iU. o f of Jurors for Special or THE OF THE COURT c. STATE or or Notice is that a Special Jury Term of the Circuit of the County oi will be held at tlie Court in Ihe village of commencing on tbe fonith Monday of NOV. 25th, 1861, by of the there will be thirty-six Jurors said tlie of the same to place the office of the Clerk of the Circuit in on November 5th, nt 2 o'clock p. M. Oct 1861 JAMES 4f Clerk Circuit issued to tbe l It. is that the proofs of fce before the Judge of this on tbe second dar of A. D. 1831, at 11 o'clock in the at the House in the village of in Aad H ii further public notice thereof bo giren to the heirs at law of and to all other persons by publishing it of this order for successive prior to said day of in the Bearer Dam a weekly printed and published at Beaver Dam in said at Dam this 8th day of A. D. 10-SvT LEONARD 3IEHTZ, County Fur Jury nf County cuit STATE OF OF J I. John E. of the Third Circuit of the State of deeming an extra Jury Term necessary to complete the Jury county of Dodge during the present virtue of the authority vested in me by Section of Chapter one hundred and oi the revised Statutes of said hereby nn Extra Jury of the Circuit to be held at the Court House in thu village of in Ihe County of in nnd for said fourth Monday of ber to November 25tb, 1SGI, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that at which extra term all business will be entertained and beard tbe business of n Grand which might be at n regular term of said And is hereby ordered that thirty-six Petit be and that writs of venira issue the same as for the regular terms of Court for said and that the cause the same to be Sept. 18th, 1861. 44 J. E. Circuit FOR QA ACRES of Timber 4 OU of OLD 7.V THE RIGHT PL A Sugar Coaled Tirn in c million of yr Ilic fji uit o five Ono e idi to Pill tho 17, f DR. My I ol t of Coated oti ttr 1'or pile been u a has beon In ir jn Voi Ic in April i my i a of R On one each in her alt. A and ration to I'll boten the than live b and 1 Hie a ro k it be of many I uith Your ent st crs in five and of lue jind ii an equally of fad nil and oi f week To Price cc and Kid Plasters by a-d in of the Ui a d South and be ed In- bv 43-lv L. R. V. Stale of Circuit V. 1 liy of fnn from FaM in d and the ami ty ol dp 1 and the following rtal the title and the had ill nnd ro on the ninth day A. D or winch lie havo since ilr de- to north of north of suction five n also unrih west of the quarter section five ia town thirteen north ol range h and tbo County of acd mil reil and the title and of the defendants I for sale aud tell at public auction at Ihe Court House in village of paid of on tlie v of A tlic of two of that to said and Blind ct 3Uh 1SHI. W. Ull Sh rill of Co. 1'y Under h v. of late ot the town of in said County and all claims and in thn 1st Konday of June the Ijst day by said Court lor t do therefore ive Dated this 2Sth day of October M 4s'4'v Circuit Charles E Alvira M. Charles 15. Mary Anson F. Asa F. F. Betsey F Hammond and Darius State of the above ed hereby and required to answer the complaint in this which filed in office the Clerk of the Circuit of of in and to serve a copy of your answer to tbe said com- plaint ou the nt liis office in tlie village of of within ninety days the service of this summons on of the day of inch service aud if yon fail to answer the complaint the the in this action w the Court for tlie relief demanded in Ihe coin CHARGES Plaintiffs of Oct. 4tb, 1861.
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