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Milwaukee News, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1864, Milwaukee, Wisconsin BY MARCH 130 ING EDITION The Circulation of Banks to be FROH SEW NEW March Posts spe c ial says It is stated an attempt will soon be made in congress to reduce tLe vol ume of currency by taxing the circulation of state Owing to some difficulty with tLe we are to give our usual report this FROM WASHINGTON GRANT IN WASHINGTON Frazy Speculation in Xew York correspondence Boston ATot since the war broke out have shrewd men been at their end as Speculation is and fairly mad with the gambling But these are unfledged specula tors who have yet to learn how treacher ous and uncertain the sea is on which they have launched their Men of cap ital are standing aloof from the madness of the They confidently predict a crash that will be more sweeping than anything York has known this cen A gentleman of large means called upon one of our largest and most success ful brokers this told him he had to and said to what would you advise me to do Just then a donkey cart went bv driven by an Go and ask that said the he knows as much about it as I Such is the general feeling among shrewd and experienced capital The speculation in real estate the past year ias been Prices have reacted a figure that it is impossible for them to A broker in the city in 1863 hired a house on Fifth and took a lease at That was con a high price for In January last ht underlet the house at the rate of a semiannually He is now traveling in Europe on the A house that was sold last Novem ber for was gold in February for and the owner is grumbling over the loss of on the as he has since fund a man who would have given him for Men have been sold out of house and home bj asking what they supposed to be an exorbitant price for their property and finding themselves suddenly taken One nun offered a house that cost him for His offer was im Cavalry driven out of Germans Preparing to receive Fre mont in The Whisky Question FROM CINCINNATI to be a delegate to the National Convention Chase figuring for the Pres The Fremont Movement oa the mediately When the papers were drawn they were made out to a third party to whom the second party had sold at an advance of An of the lived in an elegant residence in sumptuous was one dav by two who asked permission to look at his stating that the nest house was for but the occupants would noi allow them to view His honor courteously informed them that the Louses in that block were exactly and they might examine his house as as On one of the ladies said to I suppose vou would not sell your house said his would sell anything but mv wife and DISCOVERED A somewhat curious case of newly ered evidence lately transpired in Nor where Peter Haggerty presides over the provost A chap named Daniel being in jail in execution of an old sentence for an sent a to the court for a new on the alleged ground of newly discovered The like other courts in like desired to know what the rature of this newly discovered evidence before deciding whether to enter tain the and suggested that a formal petition be The next a letter from Maloney was put into his briefly thanking him for his kindness and enclosing a Judge Haggerty did not consider this newly discovered evidence sufficient in law to justify the and according ly proceeded to sentence Maloney to an additional years imprisonment for at tempting to bribe the A letter from Rome says Miss Hosmer has now in clay a beautiful model of Co lumbus in the attitude of holding the til ler in the one more night which tradi tion says the crew allowed him to reach the New The position is in good keeping with the but and Her colossal statue of Hor ace Mann is ready to be shipped to Bos v The sultan of Turkey recently set put hunt the wild bear turned upon and hunt ed the Disrespectfully knock kirn and would hare made a harem full of widows had not some of the faithful the sportsman and put the boar to ff March Grant arrived from the army this and has spent the remainder of tbe day with Hal leck and He returns to the army Commodore Pennock telegraphs from Cairo to the navy department hearing that the rebel cavalry of Gen Forrest had occupied he sent up two gun boats and demanded the surrender of the Forrest and then the gun boats opened on driving the rebels killing and wounding and completely destroying the place by fire from Kentucky congressmen received telegrams tonight of the of is and yesterday Lad an interview with the president relative to the enrollment of slaves in that It is not learned that any conclusion has been reached in the The which is being prepared in the ravy department for the building of four ironclad ocean cruisers at a cost of from to 87 does not stand the ghost of a chance passing Fremont is expected here an Wednesday The German organization are pre paring to gire Lim an enthusiastic The has become alarmed at his increasing and is desirous of Leading Lhn A friend of the dent yesterday intimated to an ardent Fre monter that Lincoln disposed to give Lim an important is too late Le will not accept We intend to make Lim replied the TLe Ways and Means Committee Lad a protracted session yesterday and last night upon the tax and will get through with tLe by tLe middle of tLe TLey adopted amendment taxing whisky one dollar a to take effect on tLe 1st of May This is in accordance with tLe recommendation of and Commis Lewis TLey also decided by a unan vote not to tax any article on Land Lad already paid a regularly imposed Secretary CLase expects to leave for New York on He will be accompanied by assistant secretary It is learned from excellent authority Grant favors tLe employment of all not in active and in case is decided botL and McClellan will be assigned TLe administration of course opposed to but Grant Las Lis own being su commander of all tLe A new daily paper will be started Lere this devoted to March is in with formed in line of battle two and miles on Friday and demanded the surrender of Hicks The fight raged all the TLe re bels massed troops and assaulted tLe fort and were repulsed four Sharp shooters fired from buildings at the troops in tLe fort and on the TLe federals fired at tLe knocking them down and setting them on tLis was going parties of tLe enemy plundered stores and carried off The gunboats fired 600 rounds they Lad TLe Captain of tLe Paw Paw received a scratch from a minie ball on the right and a ball went his The troops in tae fort 14 killed and 46 Forrest took about 40 convalescents in the hospital TLe enemy Lad 300 and wound TLe latter were taken to Mayfield by rail tbe former lie about tLe fort unburied Lincoln Another Washington Correspondence Boston Herald Judge Baldwin of an old and highly respectable and sedate gentle called a few since on and presuming upon a familiar ac quaintance in California a few years ngo solicited a outside of our lines to see a brother in not thinking that he would meet with a refusal as both his brother and himself were good union We have been deceived too often said and I regret that I cant grant Judge then went to Stanton and was briefly disposed of with the same Finally he obtained an interview with Lincoln and stated his Have you applied to Halleck in quired the and met with a flat said Judge Then you must see continued the I have and with the same was the Well then said Old with a smile of good I can do nothing for you must know that I hace cry little influence over this administra DRY New Goods DAILY AT TUB O ul lilt Hi 201 EiST DRY GREAT CHANGE TO PURCHASE ILKS We oSir W E would call the attention of purchasers to onr extensive stock of SPRING GOODS As they were under the most favorable cir for and will be offered at prices preclude all possibility of ENTIRE STOCK Contains Poll de ALSO Colored and Fancy Table of Hoop Plain and Colored Silks A COST FOR 301 TV a hare e DEATHS AT THE SPRINGFIELD terrible accident is causing more and more Willard Hail of the firm of Lee Rich ardson another of Herbert Simpson and his brother Rufus are and the mother of thee last named is in a critical and doubtful state caused by her Her daughter Anna is also fearfully injured by Jane another of the These burnings by cartridge fireworks like those of are always worse than they at Nearly all of those who were com of being and have fainted upon breathing cold The Hartford Times says one word will bo found to con vey it in a shop where not only powder is freely but what is yet more dangerous fulminating pow der A SINGULAR singular law exists in Utah granting to crim inals under capital a choice of They may elect to be to be or to ba In the case of Jason who was executed at Salt Lake on the 12th for the murder of Samuel the prisoner at the time of to make any so the presiding judge himself had to determine the mode of He ordered him to be and at the hour appointed he was taken to the court house and a volley of five shots were fired at him from the windows of a where the executioners were concealed from All the shots penetrated his and he fell over a Oar Yankee Notion Department a as anything in the email ware lin em be found at this establishment at about one half the prices charged ia ether f Summer Kentucky 75 AH Wool Ladies IN ALL TUE RICH AND FASHIONABLE PLAID AND FIGURED SILK CLOAKS AND AT 61 PEE VARD This lj the best th PURCHASE Also our o i that we guarantee to Mil manufactured in superior from two ttt five dollar than the sane goods can be I And nil the of styles at our usual low We cordially invite an inspection of our we are to our reputa tion of FAIR AHB THE PEOPLES STORE THOMAS MD COST FOR 30 DAYS J DAVIS i JO CHANGE OF TIME and GRAND C the DETROIT ES Fare to in State DAILY NEWS A man was convicted of blasphemy iaa town in Canada and sentenced to three months imprisonment at hard labor and to pay a fine of five It is said that he was putting up a stovepipe at the time the offence was which fact the court was eloquently im by the lawyers to take into con March be chosen a congressional to the Chicago convention from the 3d The Tias pulled down the Fremont and will support the regularly nominated democratic j impression ia still general that Chases declination is not and was simply done to get np Fremont as to and secure George declined the as his engace not permit him io the state during the ensuing The state central committee will fill tho vacancy uti less another convention is There is no confidence entertained of any the enemy that are being to Lee to resist the advance of who teke The Louisville Journal remarks Washington Hunt is one of the New York delegates to the conservative nation al convention which meets at Chicago in The old line Whigs of the Empire State are entering into the presidential contest with accustomed gallantry and Under the leadership of auch men as Fillmore and Hunt and Hall and Granger and they will form ft glorious division in the grand army of conservatism and will perform glorious A nobler body of patriots the world does not Tt is reported that a compromise ticket has been started by a por tion of those who been heretofore supporting Lincoln probably under th idea that president Lincoln will be slaughtered at the conven This ticket is Grant for president and Senator Morgan as originated in and is no doubt thrown out as aid has just assumed com mand of the department of western Vir had a narrow escape from capture by the rebels a few days While at Marfcinsbnrgh he rode outside his pick et lines and just at that moment a force of two hundred rebels rode between the general his Had they of his could bom with TO complete the Book and Job Printing Depart we hare purchased a firstclass BooS Bin including MACHINE the latest and most approved and a full set of the most modern tools and machinery for ing RULING and BINDING of every Public Record Railroad Blanks and Bank and mercantile Miscellaneous Book Assessment Will be done not only ia a superior manner but oh the shortest for by this arrangement in la and foot of iV HOYS and JOB acd Freight a VooT of JIJ waukee PAL sin WANTED FOR the Unit d 5400 for wi hoI for sni extra bounties from tho and one months riy in U into Recruits tias will the highest bounties 1 in the Pay and the Police 1 Lucrative THE BEST LOCATION IN THIS CITY Will all be done in our Own The at tention of the public is to the groat facilities command for supplying their orders and cs la regard to all kinds of Blank We may add hat one of the most skillful ders in has been engaged to assume the immediate of Khis department of onr we shall be ablo to all orders in the very bet style of tho i EMIL Imported Wises and Manufacturer of CORDIALS iffl DOMESTIC standard proof of wju be gold a the lowest market attention will paid In the of and Fourth street near the Passenger WisI fun OSF Sentinel and CO Manufacturers and Dealers in 149 East Water Cash paid for Hid C lta and Apples aid and Ohio 500 New York State ABB lea 50 Prime SITTER no 3 and Main TO Stores on East Water 143 and will rent them separately or Ap Py JAMES or j T AXP COAL TARD to rent near Ma JiU foot of West street une of the best location in this Apply to
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