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North Western Times (Newspaper) - February 5, 1862, Viroqua, Wisconsin 11 Jin to SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS IN f BADAX FEB. 5, 1862. NUMBER 8, r lu 0-. D. S. j i ILIUM uli i ill work led x G. W. i i in and Plate Notion st La Wis i. f K j x v n o T o G n A P H s IML BATTLE AT mill Dealers in vi opposite the United s I mr i. AND M. and J. I ii MM and ot Mill v just bolow the it B. mi iv ot mi oil Sfi Wis. AND rx in Dry i Hi i -i Hnot u nd 1 I i t. and third 1. La Wis. titone Stare M n Wis. i on h in I c ol I the Sale ol LJ Cronse i II It 01' S I A IK 1 K. 11 roN ii 1- KM bj tho 1.' t tn the Boats and u ten I'll Hire 30 or ID A Corner oj U I 1 1 II ill ii inn i lion u nil tins i niin this House Mi il i i on i's to and in I I i mi I I hi V L. 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The Battle of MiU Spring wao a open Tho rebels fought well and weie overcome by the superior ing on our According to the rebel accounts their force consisted of 10 ments of 3 batteries and some altogether about They fought in bush whacking from ai behind bushes and Tho brunt of tho battle devolved on the 4th 2d 9th and 10th For neatly three hours the roar of mus ketry was kept Shortly after 11 clock Col. Haskins succeeded in flanking the enemy on the extreme when the 9th Ohio and 2d Minnesota charged with bayonets with which broke the rebel and the rout began They fled pell mell to their the load with overcoats and and abandoned two guns and Zollicoffer was shot through the heart at the head of his by Col. Fry of the 4th It appears Zollicoffer lost hih way in the and suddenly ed before Col. wits was accompanied by some staff The two parties mistook each other for friends and within a few of each when finding their mistake both halted and prepared for a hand to had One of nids shot at Col. but only brought his hoi so The Federal Col. immediately diew his six shooter and brought his saddle at the Tho rebel de sorted their chief's which was on to Somerset the day after the An East to the says all the credit and honor of thib battle is due to the 10th 9tn 4th and 3d for they did all the single with the exception of what port they received from the They all fought and never from the fixed determination to gain the were so near each other at one time that the powder burned their faces when their opponents discharged their The 2d sota captured a banner from a Mississippi on which was in- scribed Mississippi A correspondent in to the Sunday rooming dark j and fit day for a Sabath At 0 minutes before eight o'clock we heard the on the Milesburg road about eight from lu the it was very which swelled the and caused another rise in We suppose that Zollicoffer Knew that four of our regiments had and the cieek had swollen so as to prevent our troops from and took the occasion to make the altat k un- der the belief that Thomas had but a small force compared with re- sult was another Wild Cat with the exception that he was SKETCH OF Gen. Felix K. is described in the rebaJ army list a Brigadier General of the Provisional army of tho Confederate but that document adds that had seen no military service previous to the present He was in General Gen has been well known in many of our county as a cian and an Ho was born 1812, being now about fifty years of He served two apprenticeship as a at tho end of which time in 1829) he took upon himself the agement of a newspaper in he being at that time only seventeen jears of la 1834 he edited and published per called tho Columbian aud from 1835 to 1837 he was Stato pi Foi a long time he dabbled as a politician in Stale confining tion to the Stato In 1812 he tho editor of an old line newspaper in his position as a to his elevation to eral political Ou three from 1843 to 1847, TUB SICK the special correspondent of tbo Lon don is sick in this says the Scientific typhoid is wo don't When he first landed in this country bo was cordially He and a series letters on the state of the which have attracted much We were to give credit as an impartial but his more recent efforts have fastened conviction on every candid that he ia an to the and has used his ers to destroy Tn a recent letter he that we are controlled a and that our would be broken up it Mason and We should think he would be and heartily shamed of his conduct toward us in this living yoji can't is tho cry which has been ringing from certain foreigners of the Russell ilk ever since the war broke Our sition to try has been scouted nnd ed by them in tho most wanton SAVANNAH is fourteen miles above Tybee on the Savannah It has a good re- quiring 14 feet of water come up to the wharves of the aud larger vessels come up to the Five Fathom four miles The city is defended by Fort ne on the east by Fort Jackson at Five Fathom and by Fort Pulaski on Cockspur They have since erected a small fort on Skid way covering the creek to i he by which gunboats could get up towards the rear of The guns on the parapets are mostly field ho wm elected State and in on of instead 1949 he was iu the State In 1S50 he was contractor for building the sion bridge at and in 1831-52 Le again edited the Banner for the ot his to a member ship in the United States I hat position he finally but his tion was uot satisfied at thib He wanted to be Governor of the of and even aimed at tho federal honors But the democratic party at that day had complete control of ami he could not not therefore hope to obtain the bounds of his desires save through He tried the Know Nothing That failed His star parsed into and when secession r. e i i cd he embraced and was a delegate first boom ot We had from Tennessee to the the rebel ho thought it capable of stopping a fleet very Ho tho forts as an with tho base line or cm tain face and tho other face casemated and baaing upon the T which is simply crenellated is by a surround by n. deep inside tho parapet of which arc nite platforms ready for the of Tho parapet is thick and the is faced with A access to tho interior of tho whence tho gate of the fort is approached across a deep and broad moat which is. crossed by another traverses guard the and everything is in as good trim as the rebels know The walls aie exceedingly and well built of haul gray brick strong as iron upwards of six feet in the casemates and proofs being lofty and The garrison of the fort is 650 aud it is undoubtedly now fully The work is. intended for 128 of which probably half are mounted on the mates They are long with a few and The what we imagined to be artillery firing but always found out at Alabama and that it distant or something endeavored to convert himself from in o- similar in but theio was no doubt as to The imagination may pake political body into a living light in the atmosphere of other sounds for but there ia little He a in danger of ever mistaking the heavy boom of for anything The battle was evidently laging near Yet it was so unexpected to us that we could believe the evidence of our own That the should leave his en to attack us in the open seemed almost Major Coffee of Wolford's was the only one who could offer any solution of the He knows Major General den and George is and come out for a Tho cannonading with but for two and then ed. We waited iti suspense for two hours but no The wildest rumors began to Tho rebels had completely surrounded and taken his whole force they wore about to cross Fishing to complete their day's work by demolishing Tbe general im- pression seemed to be that something had t' I to or n ahort i n U R L I Ar G A M E II Y 8 I V I A N hi I Wisconsin lOmeli en Theie gone boating red-hot shot On Thursday before the the ar- The channel into the River at 1 my at Somerset moved forward toward the j oint is and passes close I enemy's and pait took another route the of the Mr. Russell to cross Fishing Cieek lower There was a large rife iu tho and who town toad wero ordered back as they could not cross the creek on count back Gen. Thomas had come up the bia and baited at A fork of the road it would lakes haid blows before would be driven to let go her grip of Fort ft is better to what you do not than to know what you do He has given no evidence of in that Wise and men of much brighter have and he has turned up any Ho was naturally heavy lazy in and in but a fine debater when as in his dis- cussion with A. A. Stephens in Congress in 1854. He in his recent position as a noted for his and was considered something of a Jaj overrunning m- ed but willing to meet an e- force of well equipped His dash at the present time what he the position of Gen. but this time he has made so great a mistake that it Las cost him his at When you go to drown always off your that they fit your second fat woman ia now exhibiting at New sbo came was obliged to have place prepared for 1 r in the as she PO largu that she was unable to got the of the regular passenger of regular caf Besides strong earthworks have lately been thrown up on tho mainland along the and on the islands in the to resist a naval at- as well as earthworks on the west and to resist a land Every spot of vantage has been seized on and prepared for The like every other secession considers itself The cotton shipped from Savannah amounts to about bales of mints of tho United States have coined since they have commenced period of less than seventy large eight red millions of of the whole metalic currency of the Ot this five hundred and twenty millions of dollars wero derived from tho mines of tho United A MISSISSIPPI During tho summer of 1858, a landlord wag brought before Judge Hawkins on a de- stump in front of tho on a of selling liquor in lesa than a gallon being contrary to faw of that b The process was cod are you guilty or not guilty P the landlord exclaimed the know you lie I have drank in your tel more than twenty a day so there's no chauce for an of ii tobacco and equal make into poultice and it will cure the bite of a A party of belated a- bout a certain began to think of home and their and ged a said OM of the no mj wife is as mad now can recently cored kit wife of divers ills by kissing the and allowing wife to catch him ai H. He says febe was up ia an iog all while had to pay a cont for who is a in his own ily is generally a sheep in Imaginary evils of our arc than real did hoar raj father married again I did Does he get an old woman Ne gets a Dew seaie are a very ran fr one be is great man s KJ
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