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Hudson North Star (Newspaper) - December 18, 1861, Hudson, Wisconsin The Hudson Star and 3 8 STABB Invariably in Advance Charges for Advertising year On j brevier 3600 2000 800 1200 00 1 of advertising as fired by j V UJj U M ill V 11 J are observed UNION FOB THE SAKS OP THE THE AS IX DAILY FOB k Rrt jig been In for a wore than a vear h fcw a mined in short period lo lie in to a tual 10 a IMS liven equaled er of mint HUDSON WIS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 1861 NOTICES D B AKRON Attorney and Counselor Falls Polk County Wis attend to all en- H- fare in the courts of Wisconsin ?y'a 18 L Oray Humphrey TO and to Humphrey i s 151 AT LAW A D GRAY COUNSELOR AT new blocs K C al law Star DEC ELWELL STARR AND PUBLISHERS J S ELWELL s S STARR FOR LATEST TELEGRAPHIC KSWS sec fourth page IV AH WITH ENGLAND By lie despatches we it will be that the Queen of England has hold ix Privy Council over the matter of the capture of Mason and The council it appears carce to the con elusion of making a peremptory demand our government for the release of these and an apology from the States for their capture France if is said sustains England We can't see thai Capt Wilks in ng UD board of the English steamer and THE REAL ISSUE The real issue at stake in this war is for tins Supremacy of the Government for its existence or death President COLX is doing all in his to press the mighty rebellion which has reared itself in antagonism tc iLe Union the Constitution and the Federal The armies of the General Government do not fight to destroy the Constitution but to save it and make the insurgents love honor and obey it The only real issue there can be be- tween the true loyalists and the rebels is the loyalists are struggling aye ing to rebels to destroy The loyal patriot fights for the government as our fathers instituted it and the rebels fight against it and in its place a umv form of government to v they they allegiance Tils question of union or disunion of we are now ing is more like young Spring rather than old winter Instead of sleighing we have good wheeling PAY YOUR City urer Phineas Esq has received the tax list with the assessed taxes for the year on the real and personal property of the City of Hudson j -In Tat is CAVALRY cavalry squad that has been forming here for Captain Hart company to go into Regiment started this morning for I CO GIVE NOTICE that I have received the Assessment Roll ml Tux of -i 1 UX their camp at Milwaukee They go by the taxes levied for the year way of stages to La way The following are the of those composing the H ward Guj AH We neg- Daniel Meara looted to notice dial the County Board j f fixed the of the County School Superintendent at per year Dr Kiyke will earn every cent of it stman There will be a WISCONSIN Alison and Slidell committed or no government is now being handed outrage against the by ami ear St 1 ish tlie law of j the of battle then must strictly to tha and We believe the act to have teen and bravely So be- we trust tlint onr Government j will nut frightened at the belligerent the attitude 01 I England We are one of who thought ever the begun that the party for the benefit of fhe Rev Mr at the Chuich TI j t aner on evening and John Andrew not as before published AII Francis C E Meara Wm T Slater B F Grant Luther Fisher Frederick Crapp Peter Jetzer B R C C Coon C L Wilder Alexander McLoad James Kob C Barrows S Lewis Johns John V Mann Thomas Anderson Anderson Geo Stone Wra Holman Wilson Frank Keep Frank Smith John Samuel Robert Down mj H H Williams are invited SEED Wm B has received a quantity of hand grain sowers which surpass anything we've fur sowing fast and even with little rson L Eli Aaron Frear B L Stone Fnuik George Strong C E Men 1 Mark F Dustin Louis L Fish Jacob L Maim C F Geo A 11 Green Geo W Gibson es prior to the Jay of December will be required to pay only two per cent Col- lectors fees that per cent Office on over o Dec E SOUTH City Treasurer Christmas Tears Present A SEWING MACHINE A valuable and appropriate testimonial of a A puru lo CHRISTIAN AND TIAS will guard ita and iu of men and of f t ii the ga SOX to hU to liia to bis to his the laws thuir and labor Our advice to farmer is to it j tect their in all their lights under get Price only tPi Dollars and jj Ware Yankee Xy Second tlic j A I'll ill II M in Dry and Caps A Wooden and School Kooka do but wa we arc did not have the sympa j we say that there It S t- uf British they a of UN inn nnd that if they any pretext a ion ol war be nil the harm dune -is n Million this power England has now i hat pretext ami if our j MAS i menu are for n grand pany in city ou I'M mus the The will be at Mall and the supper at the Hotel Of there will be a good aud au will Maiding liest sources we leant that ihn Federal in Kentucky are mil than 90 DUO and in a very time is that they will over Gun who has She man itself right and darns l district is said to the maintain her light it is probable we shall have to fight It will be left for to record whether we do it well or not 1 i T JC I imp TOE rre have received from i of it would Keem hut boJy let ihc negro to dealt with according o ilie military necessity of the case Wo were in hopes Congress fur ignore the Negro and give their whole attention to the imme j fl uie and and Walnut streets Land Agent anil O r Cron county to ul Tille Court S highest traits of the patriotic His career in Mexico was at all a one and this in tion with the high An being made to have Interesting Southern Transcript has re- iate papers by a in in who left en ago Kentucky The Ky Conner hays Parson was for Min by confederate Mules at on tho and committed to St Paul made n general I lor sale conduct north liad the rumor nf an order from the rebel war department fice opine that the movement will 11 ot meet with favor with The extent of territory dependent upon St Paul for mail matter does not fy it upon him associates ID V CHOIX R iiy by Ot i now in active iu thr the Status us to he in lte man for the hour ami have the of the great of the Army of the is to movo on thu strong of rebellion news from this loval slave z not represent the -St dhile wants of i State show that in loving But in we are The radical Abolitionists are of t he institution at once nor I 11 trap and capture the us I anil bio entire force which nt Green nnd St Croix and Pierce now have un nf their Dr is tlie I elect Mote of the sin Stage Company is in tlie singing Augustus of the Stato id ?peruUiig a few iu vicinity is this till wish 10 aim that as soon us this is dona he will fuku j Judge leaves on Friday of have them our battles for j up his line of march for for Chippewa tci What mi idea lor sane men to entertain j force is to be largest hold court ih.it can i army in the Northwestern border Suites now iu slavery iu these United who have this idea had bettei read over the Constitution a tew times and learn that is not a national institution and that the National lature has no business with it whatever We are lor using every constitutional i means to suppress this rebellion to re- also move and hear onr Wis an j establish the Union We don't believe We trust our readers will f j l in respecting slave property any more j not he disappointed in the prediction and its defeat will take away the last hope the traitors have in those Wo believe that by the middle of ter at I he the rebel will have to from Nashville and take up their abode in some remote corner uf the cotton States lor when Bnell moves the division of the army along the Uie same Will make than any other kind of property i ing I rebels As it should City i have nioro protection than or J a Cashivr j or All these ill the sre contraband of war j il the of Slavery is over thrown during this war il is the doings have made that about Naw Years they ai d we will be over a great won in Kentucky S ITEMS i- rates of J C ol the traitors who s arted this the and the laws must j ic to It is our auchur The Government has agents to y it her at the who pay thu negroes Scents per i for all pick FRIDAY is to he a lecture at the City Hotel Hull evening by GEO A SHERIDAN o N Y on the subject ot the Rebellion Mr S is fully posted on this all well mended as a will give an entertainment worthy of a ly audience Ten cents admission will be charged to defray ilia expenses of the Hall created intense excitement The Rileigh N C Standard of Dec 4th from a source that regiments had taken possession of Portsmouth Carolina and there ten Yankee steamers in Pamlico Sound The SATS Colonel Borland from reports die Arkansas border in danger ilie at Poplar to of the two armies have the men he can ibly get Arkansas Post says quite a ber of letters have been opened and con- tents abstracted on mail route between Lake and Memphis A Orleans dispatch of the 10th Lieut Shepard rebel steamer Mobile at Brashears witn a Lieutenant and nine federa DAUGHTER a a or n SISTER This gift is profitable and available n life-time It is equal to ten An Annual Dividend of to 500 percent on its cost be obtained in its R President D ST VALLEY BANK Hudson City Wisconsin DEALER in Foreign aud Domestic Collections made at rated of rest allowed un cimu Pulk and Washington County Orders cauta Script and Land War sale 4 DAT New York i Chicago BIBWELL i St Paul Louis ilo Circuit Court St County Bridget Riley 1 Peter Riley THE State of to Peter rr 1 You are ind required to ilie iu this of which a copy filed ii the ol the of the Circuit Court for said of St at the on lie day and serve i copy of your on the at in city thu hereof il uf such service and il you fail to ilio complaint as aforesaid the will apply to tlie Court fur the relief demands in the complaint lion L T Circuit ou tins 12th of A D URAV li KY of no man nna no of men Ii i always oa the of THE UNION AND TUE LAWS In tlic future as it in the it give to the a and ons support io the war for the Union millions of people to iu their for Liberal Institutions Government Nationality and Freedom Jht all which would barter away lor war is waged it will the successor the war the peace and will the of war kut is recovered federal from the to the Rio Our are to the div of the army will accompany wherever go and free of tha telegraph and the io tho ot A COMPLETE OF AVAR from clay to day and from month to month IH the Weekly and of large space will given to AGRICULTURE and to of NrO AND MECHANIC INDUSTRY To our C- of course space will b- given in the coming year but tne and most important from London Turin Rome Syria Japan Egypt mid South a our will promptly md send us ALL THE be found in the columns of World in every department of activity SHERIFF'S SALE State of Wisconsin dt Croix County J Maguey Jolin D R Smith V ilkin Isaac r D S Ed NEW ENGLAND Fine ASD MARINE again call the attention of the public to this reliable Far be it from us to any insurance company that wn do not know to ho perfectly reliable The we know to he one of safe indemnity and can say lo onr I hut losses in this wil The Louisville and Nashville Railroad has stopped receiving freight at villa the rolling stock being demand to transport troops to Bowling The States Court at mond the 9th decided change of citizenship after commencement of can protect alien enemy's erty from Governor of Mississippi calls on citizens for nil the weapons they have for the use of the ar v Provisional Governor Johnson has sued a call at Bowling Green for -0 companies of volunteers from The first battalion of Tennessee are going into quarters at in Western Virginia CHEAT Dec 14 On yesterday one of the hardest best fought battles of the war was fought rill be at connry H Milroy command i our only anchor of j j be Gen U H Milroy with ami to it we must ns tbe i wih not be loss Lmh j 1 o- i OK j inS Union troops Johnson of to the ship and 1 the army thj close j at lUe Georgia the rebels i -n i i i v i tiil 3 o'clock L no step will render tho e- i j oss J 31 ot the Stiites impossible has sent two to i THE YORK call the 30 loss was over 200 Aim the Slaves no never we un- j ihn Congress at Richmond of our leaders to the prospectus troth Teeth in- i r mi from s-s u military necessity ami say u will not be moved ol the i vi ou iJ jt should that us reported 30 loss was over 200 many of nnd thirty prisoners John 7 i IT son was shot in tlie not ol the tor e I York ujj ol the I sity ever arise to talk of making soldiers j has as the equal to any The regiment suffered j uf a par with white of j or is tha As a I i ilio aiui to fight side bv I to in it- over i it is superior to snv and ISUi Indiana idea that the Anglo Saxon Gef i ullr at -i I in the ol New for aml 23 Ohio aud 2nd -11 Juliason s forces BY virtue of u judgement nnd decree mad in the above oa the day of November I shall for pose said lor sale and sell to thu highest and best bidder at the front door of the Court House iii the city tit Wisconsin on tlie day of March A D at o'clock in of that day the following to Lot number one Section in Township number thirty of Range ber twenty 20 nil of said land Ivina and be- in St Croix County und State Dated Hudson Dec ik I t I -n S Sheriff of St Co Wis SHERIFF'S SALE State of Wisconsin 1 iii County J Circuit Court St Ci James If Grantj against Alfred Day Medora K Day John S L Dny John S Thompson G II Wilder A ben Day F Day G F moar A Whit moar Henry A B Arnold R HATCH M D and Surgeon j or and taste has been j Journal the 1 news and its ahia and i- I Mich or can be made to be Mich that j Cuion of Kentucky were ive on Matters A they will serve side by sido iu j tiie Message but his i IS for this valuable journal at the companies regiments or with of restores Office i- It is think ol 2 000 Indiana fought bravely to the after riving I enemy into their boundary no less than live loi cos retired in The rehi W Clark S B L Merrill U Keith iL and D virtue nf and decree in the ed action on the day A D IbCl I for tbe of judgement Ibr and sell to the am best as in We I continue the publication of our and to give to Topics mm anil io nil Publications anil Works of Art tlie aud thurouub sympathy and attention THE DAILY The Daily World id the most complete pub ished in America with and aud pre- all the news ami other of it be- principal advertising of the aud business men and with its of nil nnd and of and of Ship are full reliable and what no man can in ilw ness ol its political and news iis It on an quarto larger any daily No Sunday edition nnd watch its everything unlit for family Terms per Four to one Address Twenty To uien Five Dollars per annum a club of ten nu extra COPT will he sent THE SEMI-WEEKLY WORLD is large shout same aiie ua the daily all news correspondence und als its commercial and news a good original English Jts cattle market vision it valuable to every Dinner Three dollars per annum two to rive Dollars Five to oue ad- To Two Dollars per year Single three 1 Tuesdays und Jen Twenty u club of ten copies an extra cow will sent Jor one For a of the aud win for yor THE WEEKLY WORLD The Weekly all the and the most important mutter n the daily edition together with a good story or production from he best and periodical ers In no other weekly in his country arc ial mid and In- with so much editorial of reading in the Two a year four copied can receive tin Vi Out year Five on For a of ten un extra copy will e sent for rear a club of v will be 0110 For n club of die Daily to nt for tine tier ut ioor of Court in the city oi He I ou the day of A li ut two o'clock in die ol dav the lo Lot nine 9 in block D in tion to 4 anil 5 iu F a oi one hundred coping the wijl be for audition io n in neir thirty 30 in Hon and to Uur lot 7 in block li in Hudson Juy i G in block D in addition to -1 i a i m I UK j m fja fO TDK ST VALLEY AND THE set nie to their Camp and retreated to the south t fit il 1 I An leans such are to bo rui lias Uie plantations Iu the camp t i circular to county aj I he ison Journal to give ig the number of volunteers bv thu Cren Milroy has last rebel army out of Virginia -1 back from the I tint 66 feet in in Vista luel mentioned piece inj more particularly described jas follows Our in the country will bear la mind the for lor city isi A word yf lu if nil in needed large ia its are to tit la the of thU at tin There in nu way ia which ther can a mure tOti lo than to iu by the of to they think it would be them to require nt least one of th ia at the south cast corner nt Vras Store 2d Street of our risk the litter it M Mat to uoj vo m snd week we'll inform onr j count of not being to fill the hare good sis d i they be drafted and so v p did do tit Tror steer The owner wiJl ana take him t te Inter ud way bat of Wr
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