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Prairie Du Chien Courier (Newspaper) - September 12, 1861, Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin VOL IX NO 41 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY D Proprietor of ami Church Streets per I'll ce CM one i 1 at Hie THURSDAY SEPTEMBER PER F B H F House Sign CARRIAGE WAGON Church Street du Wis Hi onr Al our work and price reasonable A to A II AND IN GUNS APPARATUS AC i v A JUDSON MUSIC PUBLISHER IX Piano Tories Ittcloilcoiis I And of Every Description I M MASON Up Storo for to rent A Tc and iJ In the night Wo oh I Harvest Sloon To Junco thy To a merry tune We come while then lu Art beaming from blue Throush wild wood lono anil green To tread the mellow Aud noon Our vows or lovo oil Moon While art Queen of and Thy stars around of corn and ryo of dally bread And thank Joyous The sunshine aud the rain The winter snow autumnal blast Tho of the plain And call ou ero To hear the vow oh Moon 1 Anil the joyous Is o'er By twos and wo pass Through green and wild To drain the brimming glais And In of ale Our and our And ne'er may tell Nor Joy to good lives And call on at noon To hmr Hie vow sweet Harvest Moon ftK by a few of bo was walking thr r Lt of coffee standing near ed what it and one of to said Coffee It looks more like sops ho cd Oh f aid the soldier is not but to put up nnd our oilier food is not a bit fault is it V ho asked our Quartermaster Is drunk most and is not he is how to passed on and more evidence of the dirty and venly manner in which the his in his lent Iio costed him with remark that mr wove bad treatment ironi him The Quartermaster flow into W and swore it was none o h bw ness and he had bettor be off quick nnd not come sneaking around try lo make mischief him ITEMS make v tellini him he hnd better b cautious how ho talked Tho Quartermaster Who arc you that you so apparent V I am and vou can pack up youi tr and Quartermaster dumb and turned and left 1i.m Mr lei t to tho March Speech of Capt F At In Jones Wooil New August 29 tlie of portion of the nobly the ling or Ill tho low of Iho morning as it malts in to tho in which its is lho ns lho nous of the storm covers them and night and they become in ding of the cropuest the tranquil ol thu that is sot in heaven everything that is visible upon above it or below is which reminds us of the waywardness and stability of human nnd the of death Tho very stones that are to tho good ness the tho honors the illustrious mind lho bravo or career of admired and extolled while simply register a birth and a decease leaving thn story ol load of it to bo written in a hook lho of never stones far more forcible than the losses I'm lesson onr days on Iho earth are as a shadow nnd is none abiding U marble be it be it tho or metal nnd emblems by which it is and deep sensation All of them were from Ireland nnd us the out tho last left their hearts was or the liberty of land Enthusiastic hent amongst them noticeable by of his iron and the boldly features on which thu impress of will and constant play of morand the and grand simplicity of in his rough wld I h IK in uus overcoat with his his boldly uplifted ns ho wero still in command and the of having done hia duty to tho last still thai Komin face James than whom land of and Shields has imt aud whose name worked in goia upon tho colors of tho its honor is al mid Us are in peril ami over But the in which our countrymen fell on that lay V Wan it urgent was it just i 1 Never there a cause more uio mont has more from tho the leniency the magnanimity it has towards in enemies on I Umsa who i are in sympathy and league than it has done from the courage tho KCI the of thoso who have it and shaken the banner of revolt and tion in its of hear hear nnd applause The conspirators the North are infinitely more criminal nml than the nnd armed of the of hoar Democrat an I lho of thu Chicago Convention ns n of applause War York of on the 17th The IIM an intimation to day North ol the formation of an organization which threatens very much to No ro has as yet obtained the society but es have pretty clearly U seems to he based upon a religious and wilh the belief that d sacr tho Thompson on Monday cannon's month for lho man from the bank at Charleston Mo curi the men nre lor 1 ima has been in Now York and tout Lafayette men has been circulated limps and the an i lookout for the moro just more sacred anti wrought grain by grain decay and the day comes at last when some whose communion is with tho past with thn and gleaming his spectacle keen y fiercely with brain and eh se vainly to rescue a solitary from the confusion and mystery into which it has irrevocably touch hen be ing tho lesson tail gin by the brightest the strongest tho forms and voices in the the land or the by the very stones which man in his love his vanity his courtesy creels as enduring of hi wonder that hero this day a moro muro hour and enthusiastic cheering The of the authority as it is frue will and votes the majority of conserva lion in in of that magnificent ex- over which a common has thrown its shield and thu frontiers and at the gales of which a has planted nnd custom nnd the which no hand as yet has questioned wit hear ment ol the laws of the compact of the Stales tho ot thu ballot box and thai from ol official oaths the of thu public servants tho most precious fruits the measures toe tnu treachery which in this and material to put various liberal and nnd that had the government pretences has boon mid is Mi ago work to overthrow and undermine thu nid the rebels of the South magistracy of this great nation uow to con rout a terrible enemy I not speak in thresholds Tho prompt countenance of the it was pat n slop to thn but it only to have delayed Private contributions have been invoked Applause of the Irishmen ot they are counted by by and hundreds of I s and declare in lavor of Y Thit you do with a I countrymen that English is lho I met my countrymen mat rific groans and is lho nant class in which lho navy thu church army almost exclusively which is in fact lho political ion ihu Parliament the sceptre and tho sword of I should remind my countrymen aristocracy is arrayed against tho nt w of as i- was dead against the Revo out o mill imf O DB A Uu It I service lo tlie in rn ow II So Chicago prompt 0 UU Grand Juries it is aid are about to and do not have too much iu ol au bo abolished ill Great Britain around loose nnd joyous crowd over all this bl above the sin you Kick HOTEL i O f I 1 t Street Kiwi door of du CWen minister of one of our orthodox whilo m his way to a lu e TOWS Tho dry is a terrible to send drinkers Oen Schenk this officer has been do led for duty lu Western Virginia Oen Ocn Prentiss i nn nis command latter has tendered in he country called on s resignation old oh Cien I nnd she lelt wi S no way 5 of it Mrs lately arrested in for treason is the of ll would T In noon Store A E Oils HOUSE TIIK Prairie du Chien Wisconsin Good Sl P MARTIN nnd JACKSON Corner Bluff and Main du WISCONSIN HOUSE The old Cien wile has gone to just been making some sausages lo join her husband nnt felt proud of they were so Tho sugar crop of Louisiana is said plump round and sweet h some 01 o tho mother of Sir tor not Having This was overruled and the old a wrapping them in a cloth carefully J in O d tl crowd over all this splendor and above the shrill mult of the boats that vox the river on the we stand and tho music to which these waters sweeping have to no broad shadow from the hushed should rise and overspread us luar hear ear There are gushing will sorrow tiii desolation of spirit in hornet winter has settled in tho of whilst we stand hero and ed with all tho warmth and with all the promise and of SiN propitious consecrated scene aud there are little hearts that have grown aid heavy in rooms waiting once was most precious Revolution oui o of the progress of ol democracy its consolidation it i now in ho favor of the revolution which seti at those liberties and against di- rects a blow and tiy h n rs u mm n bundle of them in o John of has boon tho preacher's capacious coat I nil the net he started for OBO O B THOMAS REPUBLICAN HOUSE II Y A T T O It N K V A T I A and REAL ESTATE AGENT of Hi du SI unit BY G 3 BUTLER nml u Ironi Hock I ami lf Town 11 AMERICAN HOUSE II Y KANE SONS elected Senator to fill the in 10th District has finally got the secured in Davis Stone de in La Mo at last dates remain d in possession of U S troops 110 apprehension is now loll for Us sa An abolition man cannot got it thro ils how a man can be iu of the who only desires a Every Republican in northern Ohio has declared in favor of a union of parties in lho all elections It is as groat folly to spend time in trifles as it would bo to horses as old Noro did wilh gold good ninny presiding officers nt public meetings do how to put a question Young ladies think it should be popped A man who covers himself with cost nnd neglects mind IH like ono who illuminates tho outside of hi house and sits within in dark vessels owned by rebel boon seized at New York and two n Their value is upwards of tw hundred thousand dollars Tho Mobile Tribune has reason lobe that ihu occupants of Fort uro removing their valuables prior to tho evacuation of that place reliance can bo on tho reports a in favor of nnd n return into the Union is Inking place in North Carolina It has been determined by the 10 hold tho position at Ha intention wiu democracy us ancy glory of the cries of hear the which those lives were offered up 1 Never I repeat was there o cause more sacred nor one more just nor moro urgent No cause more sacred for it nil that has been considered most do ble most valuable most a society nnd at largo Iio cause more for il involves has the and an aristocracy to ror C rations her and disorders and which has scoffed at and her private cv and with extraordinary success and project now lo be line shape and proportions II will be if beyond lho of the government reader not dence that of at the North who demand the abolition of slavery as the first certain consequence of thin conflict with the South Tho moil composing this m my not M n eneral thing have stood at the head nt tho Republican party hero but in all the earnest of the past yearn they have certainly bcon th party K and s.ml Their cry day and night been South on account of arm and ever since commenced have urged with mor or less our chief object should b ence oui forcible annihilation oV the institution Their numbers is by no means small and sinco they work with a will when they work it is not Grange that their should to the It is seen we Ife in they nro lo work up arty at the Sorth and ibo Vl 0 learned history of the Stars and un adopted at Chicago or r a healthier and stronger life anil renown to millio for the liberty of no led he started for funeral solemn of the grave some hungry ed -t he away The sat tho completed and eople to the church hero tlie eral discourse was to b After the sermon was flushed tho ster halted lo make remarks to the ant house Sensation In the name for the sake in and compassion in regard nnd duly lo whose E fathers ranks of the wuro slum m battlo of American inne with and whose miss Ihu industrious lianas which once furnished thorn tho name ot the widowed homes of soldiers of who claim these H our brothers and though they the poorest of would bo prouder o them than the prince nro o their ancient diadems and v M a sudden sent the good brother sprawling nil upon the u mo brethren and ton said the minister confusedly and looking at work he had done for could not avoid it I have esin my and that dw has been trying to grab thein ever since 1 have been upon tho f n n of would have at a all II lu 11 and held in common under oun codo ol laws one flag and one Executive No cause moro urgent for intrigues armed the hatred BIK ity of courts assail it and every reverse with which it is visited serves in pretext for the desertion of the coward the of the politician whose union is his pocket tho profiled ol men who in tho of would capitulate ireason and accept dis- honor encouraging tha designs ol kings and knaves to whom this great -all acquisitions and incalculable promise has been until wilhin the last lew weeks a score of envy and dis- as it did nobler of activity and progress than their estates and ad vane inu lho whom their ruds and con- j Be it with men at all events lesson tho conviction tho at- in tempestuous time hlow that with the shout of an bealac UlO DUC upon the of the Union claim or no other thaa the of the government former basis It is that Mr Lincoln in making his civil appointment J has i leir this purpose and with thebe ed her to U emotions wo bayonets havo swept beyond lho mighty genius of tho Saving for Old Age No one il is wise lo make a H money for a destitute old man is a to every one the IN i Street M Olden BANKERS AND LAND AGENTS SAW refer to I M II 1 I from I City It i K Capital House G Proprietor House Seneca Crawford County lion Intown au lho feia U the to no u IHU although the original intention wus to destroy it and abandon the works An Aerolite fell near land on the 1st nit H weighed about pounds and was near by its lull The of Now havo contributed bags of containing twenty eight pounds lor tho benefit of lho families of you aro looking al a picture trv to nivo it thu advantage of a good Be as courteous to your fellow Hires as you aro to a picture Nineteen rifled composed of iK two and pounders were I from lho nil pal wo an Whence it is as I havo said that this was a aud this is a consecrated scene Great applause above these banners these trees the the hardiest and the oldest the rude the senile white hairs and glowing cheeks lite extremes ft It e and one edifying and be- throng the Angel of Charily ex- tends his and pleasures of the ennobles what might be boisterous frivolous or kilo ami linkin with rays of divine light and tre the dead breathes into every Irish heart at leant tho assurance that they will forgotten who fall in a just cause in vindication of laws which nnd unimpeachable in of a which while it is the least exacting lime tho most encouraging ami tho world has over known cheering This is the lesson the purpose lho inspiration wo acknowledge lime BIU I said w fronting the ship of Vasco di Garni in here to repel the intrusion which would establish hero on tho seas and of tho NV World tho monopolies and disabling of tho Loud and enthusiastic cheering will the Irishman of New York stand cries and heartily wilh cancer and the rank of the and slanders in spite of which her f dren their good mid themselves abroad and long con- Which boing so let who hail from Ireland wo who have taken an oath of loyally not New York not lo Alabama rhear not to Massachusetts not to near t nut t not to not to Kansas hear hear lu any one 01 are now U for granted that the President their friend I i ii v f can havo his consent aod while they turn the war into abolition channels T But we Ho not or the has any such purpose f and heartily with ami approved inexorable all the sacrifice lo i cost despite of all the dangers inlo w I e h J which il may compel despite ut the m alla _______.......to It may o may at forty GROCERIES AND LIQUORS 1 BRIOK u V MAIN CHIKS AVIS tac on a ol rich tin u to make I the on J G ST BOOK SOUTH OK antl sells is TUG A SMOJE ncd Ironi Y nn tho tilt for Cincinnati is presumed for Western Virginia A single hot from American gun nt Monroe sinking an would make her reel if it had a kick of thousand horses A solder of the army Hogged almost to for lion that if he lives ho Will ISO mutilated a frame no longer be a man The raito fn Paris is for golden champaign at twenty may of lhat the eyes at fou aid of of eighty Wo advise lers to of health for ncc for maxim holds good wilh regard o health as to ot It is the mistake o hal any violation of laws of can or error She lets ff the offender lor fifty yen but she catches him at last and punishment just when just where just ow he foels it most Save up for old age but save more thau money save save re nnd innocent NEW MEAT MARKET IHo each Tho salaries of employees m Hi Talent have been re about twenty per cent the o lho not of lho usual salaries Lho inspiration wo I repeat what 1 have already said is a propitious hour and this is a scene Renewed applause and and such as no homo on earth however blost confers nor tho most efficient city in the fulness of its gratitude and grandeur can eternity to thoso who fell ou that 01 July in the tempest which with flames and on a of carnage and consternation the army that had advanced to restore an insurgent Slate tho supremacy of lho tional I fulness and and glory bo lo those who fel I in lhat Kreat endeavor ever they havo worshipped to ever they may have Loud and prolonged fulness and and glory eternal and supreme bo lo who here from in her womb nourished at her breast tured and emboldened ns her children only forth without a of homo e WHICH Iv bereavements and abiding gloom it may brin upon such homes in this day misi the industry and love of tho soldiers of the Sixty-ninth but in SOMMI measure to console the succor which this day havo place Loud protracted and renewed cries my D-irt I ask no Irishman to do that which I am not myself to do dous applause Mv heart my arm my ifc is pledged national and to the last it will be my highest pride as I conceive it to bo my holiest duty lo share its fortunes I euro not to what party Chief tho Republic has be hear I care nut upon what plank platform he may have Hear hear The platform dis- We believe thai such n could not ba I and avowal of it isolated State but to all thu States tjie Korth in an and make lho mouse that built up power of the both ful and resplendent the sword cluty Fur one we will never support mid counsels Washington evoked which n WBr thn ot or final of the ever tht Administration departs from purpose with which il net out it miy to tho Abolitionists we aro i f ear th under the inunction of tho oath ho look oil the od deeds and innocent friends ish nor death Tlie New Postage Stamps new or as it is North nnd commands one of the und 1 While oil other lie li.vl nl prices In town al of N A A K will do well lo laki nolle nt N A A K t Mt Town on in Shoes In wor All work to lone All wo ODi c stamps aro lured in lorK under the supervision of n Government agent tKe about 3D persons in he 1 are eight thirty and cent stamps heads of Franklin and on painted by The one cent and cent stamps have five cent- son's and the three cent ten cent lorin ol reward of danger of any ties however dear of nny mull or great of any consequences however fatal bs to in arm's the authority of the Government to which they swore and in tho perpetuation of winch their interests as emigrants driven by de- laws and practices from their tive vitally involved Hear hear As this prayer KOCS forth the scene before mo seems lo pass away Dense while clouds rise from the earth and it through those clouds and in the sunshine that can bless the earth a pest which shake the forests the mountains wilh its thunders and Hoods 1 1 In 11 01 slips Capitol on the day uf his inauguration Hear hear and loud cheers The party disappears in ence of Iho nation and Chiel train duly elected and duly sworn n protect and administer the tional property benefil of the nation so should every with him in and action discarding the mean nnd of the local hour sub- tho national interests tho al national honor for tho lho huckstering or vengeance Jo the potency of the honor arid glory or the national flag aro of higher value han the of Albany the Mozart Hall or the Mug Immense cheering Nor shall on behalf of liberties of he or the liberty and restrain me in the I the nation nou that of all world has bean liesl sanctuary f tho astic cries of mid m torth to battle for the American a- domestic treason and tho despotism let the Irish take him the assurance which ilia here before us that should ho fall ther his wife nor will he forgot ten Tremendous anil enthusiastic cheer over and over again repeated during which Captain retired irl leave in we will do all in our to nny such nnd tho ot robbing any State of its former it know that all will act as edly and in defence of aro now acting ro- bellion and revolution It is toe which we propone to save II any man proposes to do less or more we no fellowship with him The speech of Smith fc number of the Cabinet in our city on think m that the Administration does not Is M or lo interfere with the ancient or nrf i When Mr Reward was his tour through savs the Albany N Y Mas Argils before irrepressible conflict ami inferiority and depravity of the Soulli he stopped at St Paul Minnesota He dilated m tho of tho plane for Capitol or the future Republic pointed lo da and the were to and to rest ol tho Con lineal which wu 10 annex I he of the he 01 me f- ol was to be placed upon the of the herid waters of the and and The South talk ort a into Pamlico Sound New York most of the owe to Io an that the authority are both Hear hear hear The ritv of the national domain tho potency of national government the reputation of 1 na arms the inviolability of that sytem of election without which nc m government cun have legitimacy force const era- fions are far dearer to me and i c aim them to be of more vital tho liber y to sedition or liberty to con- naa of witu Here are two briel iron his remarks as Tho theory of is that States arc sovereign wilhin their sphere TIIK OF TUB KD HAS SO MOKE TO WITH TIIK OF in Carolina than it to with peculiar of benefits I have enjoyed to-day is not the province of the ment of the Stales to enter inlo a crusade against ot Slavery I would proclaim lo the people of TT to nucl ot he added but afraid of Union tho to And wn the crowd roared with laughter J The scenn was so peaceful a man might well doubt tho evidence of one's that a rent was being played out below in imagine as Mr Seward sometimes lhat it was a finds mountains us the meadows with that blood red the greenest and most Inde's of grass Sensation The mono has Such liberties must succumb son four cent and ninety cent with the head of tho Father Sf The several colors are ty we 1 Tho one cent stamps Bridgeport Store ami In all of WINES SEGARS than the Ferry of Stale A English lady who on her i bur princes lene he whita clouds have vanished lowing horizon the irg their grand wilh a SK blue and silent as the f lho desert overlook the wreck and gcs which the storm has lelt i COUrtS Wie e them have full wng Their grand wilh a of d f raca Such days have their b more lhan this they arc a psle ultramarine cent a delicate carmine red the brown the green twelves blacK twenty fours purple thirties tho nineties of i I each afford hundred Gen Frimont at ma riy place in of the Hear hear 0 Of the laws police tho the proprieties and intercuts of hem have full when he wakes in morning an there is a civil war upon him n at out with and Mr his ill thu and asking if he is really in carnage and civil lie dream and is vie And even yet we doubt if is fully awake though since his remark to he letter cannon of heard aV the Capital nno rush of troops When le fairly wakes up let him rouse the other f IO rites Ol eir institutions in their own way This is lho upon which the Ad- set lo to and abolition ies repudiated it the war is to be ed with and for as the moment it is abandoned the of government Republican Herald in tlie peculiar sanctities moro lhan this they their favored abuses institutions mid prerogatives foulest sheet lhat is Nearer to vast webs of iv with the golden WHO were they and generons an discolored and cold in death Tenuity ot Aiding the Tho order the General's office bearing date April puts all direct or indirect communication with the enemy respecting tho un- der Articles of War Bv Article of act of entitled Ac ic approved April IU holding with or intelligence to the Direct y or made punishable bv iher punishment be bv Ih sentence of the safaly requires strict er forcement of article It is therefor ie fairly wanes up ran no of and force I hem to irt their uwiusiwi torpor they hundred ho It is and by simoons and peopled by omou roost points to mont is obliaed.to The mutineers banished 10 as unarmed a- be work on much vicis do in or ofthe army or military land or water or Hi troops General io command bs and upon a but f break out in nerM the same will proceeded tbe Article of of
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