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Hudson North Star (Newspaper) - May 28, 1862, Hudson, Wisconsin II R for column per r ei column per year per THE AS IT WAS Folio 1 Folio 3 are acridly observed WE Star Physician fend Burgeon HUDSON Mice tie City 2d Street Grar TO f Gray and to Humphrey Wilson iSD COUNSELORS AT LAW EL WELL AND I J t STARR 31.1861 C.-IAKEK A Baker WISCONSIN Walnut St 1859 I fc and Retail Dealers in Staple and Dry Goods Clothing Boots inJ Shoes Hati and Caps Groceries Crockery anJ Glassware Oils Kails and ic Store on Second April 14 V THE NEWS The disastrous which we give i onr telegraph despatches will no startle our readers It is the first reverse met the arms of the Grand Army last three months HOME AFFAIRS WEDNESDAY MAY 28 3 Our paper is too tins week give to news and de- fer other mattera called to the advertisement of the celebrated Messrs nr of which We act regard the cess of thV rebels fri this little ter ns at all decisive to them news from and LECK is good end more for OOT division T E in Stone Stoves Implements Water Lime all tf Tin for Threshing Reapers Manny's Moline MiHs Corner of itta J AND SURGEON proffers liis to thu of Hudson CT Office i S Hudson SOT CALLED MORE SOLDIERS following despatch it will lie seem that our State is expected to still another of soldiers Gov man proclamation calk of recruit companies or of companies in the shortest ble time are invited to apply or ing time allowed for the organization is short In many respects as to the of officers of this new I he 20th be ono nnd it will be thoroughly CT The Circuit Court is in session in Pierce county this miles from the D Mr Griffith ia limiting arrangements to open a room for the accommodation of those cau afford ice cream and Mda irater D- of this county re Mired an appointment as Surgeon and has been assigned to Gimp Dou eago Leloh of thia of Hudson City received BASS'S ABMY I on of physical disability tbe I i Ship Island and reports tolerable not in the best of spirits THE they are supposed to know that Mrs has the nicest stock of bonnets ribbons cial Ac for sale at her millinery i received by stale toat Sanfes was attacked at Winchester tins back toward Ferry are up in large farce jy too much ssch and those to procure of a fail to suit themselves tlw enemy Great sympathy the Uu ion men of MJW the latest received at the Wai from General r The more they are It the rebels liave lelt and have moved to take Speaker of the Assembly paid his constituents in The Doctor both 13 public and private citizen is an honor to our district Ean Claire mail route over which we set our mails in winter has been let to Davis of the consin Company THE FotmTH nnx A A at WISCONSIN F B Co kc No 42 Second street opposite the jou March 24 that Maj lintler in his re- port to Secretary of War makes of of tho 4th nn Indiana niont together with the setts ns having rendered special in into the rear of Port U and cutting off all between thti foil nnd New Orleans To-do this the officers and men had to iu Ulc Ch Valley nre making a ajo somo persona who trout we CHU you two to one iu a day if you raue that figure ally true of lime pieces doctored tbe worse they set But Esq of city who for successfully practiced the healing Despatches were received at the I applied to clocks nnd witches is i dent he can in all cases give perfect Winchester He moved faction m his line of business He has lately to Winchester to secure his received a large stock of new clocks which he trains His advance ar- ts five o'clock n m safe A I insilo the train nt j by the rebels but they were 1 We lost a few wagons which teamsters abandoned Banks will rotam to Strasburg Kenly commanding the force at Royal was wounded and taken prisoner No particulars of the To E Secretary of War U o believe our whole force traina nil wi II cross in safety The men ire in fine TKe last tearful The last oh bat rids not this of your houth has caused them look to TonV despatches were read to our troops K P Tlie latest from Banks McClellan to 10 o'clock to-day liave given to through the 60 wounding 15 VK cs J Davidson V ige up Mills bn Creole H four nine pieces artillery and sotie 8th Howell the finest specimen of horse kind we liave in Uic Persona interested in the improvement of stock should examine the fine points of noble animal J Green M paid to plugging Teeth on base we to i full Jet OFFICE on 2d the City Hotel 6 1858 E in nil kinds of Cabinet Ware R and extensive slock of guaranteed purchased the Oct 9th S and Insurance Agent ind Public Office with Dawson 4 Attorney Having nn the records perfects lilies to Unda in St Croix County and of the same Will make collections pay taxes tc 13 59 wade in deep and draw ty row bonded with and a through sayH ran like a mill race This was done after they had rowed the miles and marched seven under oil ing Knn We are assured from a reliable source that two hundred men were detailed from by Col Paine for this difficult and hazardous service ed under the command of Maj man and that tlie expedition was con- ducted in n manner that elicited high praise for the 4th snd commander The Major says B reliable correspondent showed he was much at home in handling an oar or in D There we a large number of now being formed in this aTd lat wua last season REAPER 03 The Wenona lost week made a round trip from Hudson lo butk in five including the time occupied in dis- charging and taking m e Urge of We cull that speed a fleet of boats as he n the nsa of lie sword or in commanding a battallion and his conduct elicited marked friends of Maj Board man in this city and at La his residence horse to p H Lyman and attached to a light wagon became run through the streets at a rate things doing nu particular signs of the times indicate a decided revival in business in The past week has been better than for a Ion time previous Farmers have their Spring work and can now tl town and luy iu needful supplies 4th Is at or near IS ew Orleans A of the lork Evening Post oi the of Farmers is called to these Superior Machines 1 here is no other machine offered far sale that so MANT good qualities as does the Reaper such aa its Light Weight Ease of Draft Style of finish and It is the only machine in the country that cuts six FEET in width Farmers before you buy call BRO nnd this machine It is expressly a horses be- able to cu: from 15 to IS acres pur day mitt ease r J We can also the is without a rival of regiment the city report they were attacked by a cavalry force under Ashby ltd several of to our advance to After about ISO he rebels withdrew A of on within of the batteries oil bnt retired lt commenced ar twelve o'clock till men t have been received The enemy Front Gen Geary occupies a position on the at White Plains and has Been re me to J TV Stone snd Walnut streets Oct aist O F Brown of Deeds St county Will attend to Obstructs of Title ic the Court House April 1859 n J Homeopathic Physician River Falls Wisconsin corner of Third streets will bn pleased to learn that their confi in his soldierly qualities has not b cfn Patriot City Guards and Jeff erson County comprised the force mentioned above from the 4th Regiment North Carolina May has the following A gentleman just arrived from ment surrounding the St Hotel the band took its place upon the nd the whole evening reeled the citizen's with of Star and ankee Wonder Playing tu audience Tribune North D W Cathier ST CROIX VALLEY iANK City in and Domestic made at of on time deposits and f f- State Script and War sale DAT York i Milwaukee ox it Chicago WAIST HOTEL JiS boto leased V the t c- ftH tbe comfort of its M the tbs tint y 1 NOTICE open for Uw Stock of wid Co in office in r Order Charter of w Slit Carolina and who was on the Oriental gives tlie Interesting of from that has seized all he Com- of tlie North J O A J Lover S A nnd F L crts taken to his at Thn filth mil being in bod by TH ST from dated Jefferson City Mo con- tains tbe following items of interest The Regiment cd all their horses Mtl arms ou the 7th of this and were cd to for on the loth 1 lie boys were glad to leave St Louis Regiment wiu under marching orders again oa the of the S Rangers these statements at anj time OTIS BRO CERTIFICATES r RIVET OTIS 4 Sins of the inst is received inj it me grant pleasure to grant the certificate you ask nr one witnessed lul of your Reaper ia struck at once with its over ever I hare owned and used the best self Raker I erer have taken special pains to examine the various kinds ng attention and I have no hesitation in ing that the is in all respects without a rivM It is light draft two common horses being able to cut from 15 to acres per dny with case It cutscieun-srorks well 1.1 lodged is not liable to get out of repair its work in my of best farmers it pronounced it tire Reaper lud seen Yours Trul.v GEO W Having used the we concur it the above from Mr Prate in regard to the same A S J A JAMO T STAZR 11 D DAF Hay 2 p Hon E M The rebels nt dav in great force estimated at 15.000 ing of E snd divisions Oar right wings fnr a while when two regiments der fire of tbe The right wing fell back and were ordered to They passed the town in considerable confusion but reformed and continued marching in order miles distant entire force was less consisting of Gordon's and brigades with two ments of cavalry Our is ble us was that of the enemy but cannot now be estimated Jr P I this P M Bays A f J lie rebel force in our rear is tobe ened their purpose is to enter land at two points Harper's Ferry and Wiliiatnsport He confirms all we have haard in regard to the rebel force here We nil passed the Potomac safe men rains and all after making march of force succeeded in surrounding and repulse took place east of finding the of the enemy too Col Keuley re- treated to the west side destroying the principal bridge On the west side of the river ho rande another stand and mowed the rebels down with shell ami grape Thay fired ia all nearly droil rounds Kenley received a shot in the neck the first bin orl closa of tiie day when was placed iu au perfectly The last fight took place forty milcH side of Front Royal being to fall bfick in order expecting from of battery who caped says the regiment fought bravely that Col Kanley ltd them to tays that third roach of by -t cavalry he a white flag until within pistol range When Colonel too hot for aad A to the ar laya occurred enemy from from New of the t The about tha Fifty were taken and fifty Onr low ten killed Two airy ui the and of the Richmond and now by tmr ia miles from May ia encamped five miles beyond tom's To they to Gen Our two end iix the inhabitants All bearing arms ed to remain in were all well aad spirits Cox hus been 2nd to fill vacancy caused by tbc Thoy nre held fls for the safe return of Mr a Union pilot who was iy ihc whi.'e on a visit to kis at Edenton Gen Burnside to send one of the Haleigh TME ST Tavlor Falls Re- ys that made to have our daily bv boats Fur OOT pan we see how it ran be carried in any other and have the matter ry to the of the St Croix The line so long that it will be impossible in Spring and Fall without a large expenditure of mo route to make ho fiesh Via hope therefore concerned that the SALE State o-f Circuit St Countr J Y Alfred Day Dav John S fon G K Wilder Albert Dav Albert F Day Charles G D Pi i n A T John phy Franklin O A very Henry E W Clirk Nathaniel Higgins B L James C Savage Keith Micajah Starr Aaron Si D Uilman anu BY virtue of judgement made in the above action on the 14th dav of I shall for the purpose of i V A rles Collins Samuel Kellogg ii Cornell Sidney Cornell O 35 miles K p BANKS Major New YORK May cor- respondence from that Sevan thousand men had been ed to the rebel force in iho Valley and that the whole force was said to 18.000 to with 34 pinces of artillery waa a rifled gnn On tho there was a large rebel force in in thai vicinity but Gen Banks hud enough men to keep them in bur it pears on the 15th both and Gen: Geary Ironii Gen and their troops transferred to division in a letter of 17th we those Generals and had left to join and that two days a union of forces had been effected tween tjie rebel Johnson Jack son and Ewell and they wore marching the divided forces oV Binks telegraph now brings ns the in- that has fallen back before a force of who nre occupying tho wholo of the Valiev which has cost un to ordered them to cease firing The white was thrown down and tho enemy rushed on cutting whing und refusing Col and reported and prisoners May following the of Capt George the first Maryland regiment who in effecting his in the fight at Front About 10 o'clock in the morning n upon horseback came dashing crying ont that the rebels were coming in great and they will and cut yon At first the njen at him ing they had so long for them they did not believe a word of it As soon however as Joi the man ho of their Tho long roll was nnd tho men hastily to their arms forming lino in companion Vorv aoon the made their snd to say a of regiment ll been in conse of sudden turn in the Com- R was ordered to deploy as i.-.hnrs and a section of- K Pennsylvania battery about forty men lit the the Lieutenant lonel of the a small detachment of his who had been ing as a pioneer and to enemy The battery was engaged ami discharged shot and for nearly two until nearly all ammunition had been ex- hausted The firing was there is no doubt of efficiency able however to sneh Gen McCIellan k ii in front bf Richmond Gen bwn CBfi force A that Banks made good has acroM tho Potomac Furry n rp J He is from Banks rhe rebels tur to Ferry That to and It ia also stated 1 there ir atill another force him Prompt hare boon taken to meet the Pr ALL OF THE by for Mr White has been conveyed to demand j mfi ike carried by boats bo completed his release Tho I contract i cau be hang Mr White and Gen manner than in White intends that ail the shall swing for it in case threats wore in steamer Wave in charge of and n guard rorn the Hawkins Zouaves The Newbern papers of the 20th the return of the of two from Pollocksville where met and disported No are will give better the Heal to Lots three and four in lot nine in O in and three and four ia block us Days to Hudson St Crou County He Dated i to the Rescue THE OCT May 25 Gov Cortin the j Order 23 of pressing n the present emergency it is ordered aod of regiments the Com- all is a petition before the Common for an to build a fence around the this city i We can of no better way of I ing money thin by improving ing grounds bet before the prayer of the is we desire to matter in to the cei J better than ac a uay The truth is our present is cot what it should can so It it aot ta tbe right nor a it quarter enough The idei of a cemetery ia the middle af a is most absurd and in almost such they hava to be removed at some ume And large a piace as this is now nothing of what it in teen or twenty years twenty acres of U i S enough space for a X OTV is the time thai matters the spax graves improvements JACK JEFF DAVIS ILL be for son at the of Ceo W and Joseph some trouble to from their clutches May passed a retire the entire over tho the day in Wabbington The inteligence received last evening to the effect that Gen Banks had back from to was understood to I Ces indicate rather a precautionary measure on his part than the of any im- mediate of the enemy The news of this morning the of by covered by ii ny of tho about military of 1 roads in ter mail further ordered roets the panies their officers ind hold themselves for and of war as may ba by to the of all o buisness The wily and f L i L i again the national icv and Advancing ington The President calls on to itV will nod report on the Hudson son and the withdrawal of an of six in the di- rection of Martinsburg Ferry placed matters in a apprehension for- There was n column of to be and eight regiments ot Of this regiments of and of cavalry strengthen their wera being j Government From SECESSION IMit C U l I ermine this safety of his little command bnt j fight to tile Gso W and Ohio j pushing Smit the i cers Nashville stood forCir cm: Judge Union 570 Foster 706 The Secessionists j in the day the reports of the rioting in Baltimore and the forco quick of Jackson's shote greatly i broke joy openly i the York together with lo join with to toe Washington or M BUT bT U -o There ar i this ground acd sive tb bat the dead foe land now astS daw le Maryland acd hoars i elected ao time yesterday by 1 Snn charge of j defiant treason Tie has been I the for by the i that hy to Union our id the valley of sa KHI Jhsa I wiers wo tho Captain r nb telfy f troops holds If
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