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   Republican Sterling Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1861, Sterling, Illinois                                0 VIT VOLUME IYt AUGUST NUMBER 23 STERLING GAZETTE TcttT SATURrur THE kKTBTOSB BT WOETIirNQTOll OUT Office and Mail Always parable in No poitaga Is charged those who reaido in the County outside ihu uounly iji rents per RATIS3 OF Amt l 3w 1 J 2m squares 1 3m I Cm I y cojumn I KO column column i i 1 I i Business not Bioecding five each additional lino All lAm tlsementa charged vf dollar per square ten lines for the and Iwfcntyflve cents per square for each Those who order the inserted will be held rcflponsihlo for the chariren BUSINESS Insurance Office over the Funk ing House of S Henry A 12 Attorney and Counsellor ut nnd Not Office in Wallace STEHLIIVG of Meet every tvoning at the Room over lioyntons Hull IK T TJ 3R 1ST 3B I L U M B K R Jlillinery and Fancy TOR OVUIt WODU call II her new and uat trotn Ladies will Und est to examine making their can supply them PA N C Y tvoilhl aUo and patrohg to opposite where she Htock of New The il to their inter her Block before with all kinds ut i O O D S t invite all fi lends call at the old of tho Wallace will keep more complete stock of Goods than has ever heen in Particular attcntior will be paid to BLEACHING AND KEiAiuiNO A nor and splendid style of Kelts of all Hoop Oratcful for past I solicit a continuance of tliu and trust the Ladies will favor me with an earlv with the assurance that noth inii Hhall ho wanting ou my part lo give envire lliiuiKN Marcli Office in Hinsdale Johnsons Drug Ster where he may bu found lit1 all if Dot oul on proiessionul 12 J03CFH JOUN UKED KN EUSTACE 130 Clark bebvceu Wuallhititon and 12 Look Out for the Big Bonnet Witmer cfi will there find the Premium Millinery JL Store all in u caused by otr J3UB rs3LT rjfr t everv There can be found Ladies Goodn of every description and ainonj which ore P O E T THK A soldier to the ntsht liigun to thicken irud Hie countersign The aoidier unswuied Ho tusfcd end soon tlis saw HM An ihiuiifEh the cnmp he prnmlly bore A sleeping neighbors My good do not Sur nay hrart wiiukl At such 11 fvul lor The faoii was with the the guard philosophise nteil H Ticvll lind our hmve enough To whip their gumest Davis is a And vorth 1 But wo will nmke To prove the betler flnr and nnr pi HctS Uur lienaanO rillcs clicken Will nnike the rebels Like Ltforc a llell muke the Southern urmy wish TlieirleuiUr nt the dickens And then well Cuw lor And llynig rleres to the and him who A Sumier fur a Heres lo our glorious und Hcies to Ihu himhens i It i il im IM Idl ti 18U of naturnl uvl pliy thp siiiteilinj ifir nf etiji inp fur a nml altint pnifiSil till Hu liiiidn ant in und ifi sincu which tmc lie Imi in civil until liriiikinp out iiltlm tliis lie al ncL oRiMctl liis sirviiTH to tin antV hu WiiJ fi osition Mnjii nil unpint Hit ficniral wlio requested bis as a man in whom be hail tbc highet His coniitict in tbc lalo in Western Virginia shows tbat this confidctvc was not Rosccrans is about forty years ol title ui Ir iii i li tiiU lulur ul an imp riL p in mint Stioti iiflcr Prcl unt Liniolii wnJ TrTsfaTcir in bfs Cuptiin PriiiliJiJbPt utit bis inilinry unil wbiii prnilniniitinn i bo Pif iilfi t rcncbt fl lllinni fir th ill in by liiidjr of a riinipahv two burnlrotl ami livu ncn rioin under Captnin Pictiliss iho nimnnuiil was an1 witbin ten of Ibc tiiiu wbcn notico of tlicir m tiiHi iciibcil Ibc rs wore en route for volun Pien tis was fur tbe second tbc lirpt in bis outside of tu ofjcr his scrviircs ami tliose of bis command to Attorney at mid Soiicilor in Will uiteuil iiroinpily over Uia i Johns W A S A N ii Afrit for thu AmTinn Kxpn iimi kinds of i dculcr in nil of on utid lliiril I oi cvciv at cr K Ni I 0 of MLt eviry mil O B jvn N on Dress Y ciV Spring and Summer and tftoulilcr Ml the Litest Such a nijutiiliccnl of IM Bldoto seen in the prairie ol the Walk andneTr and hear the will charge you nothing unless vou lake a i KEIAlHtNti WELL DONE 1 also with me hue of ready to do everything tu that de and warrant To all our we Apiil SELECTED 1VISCELL AN SOME OF OIK fiEMillAL to GenemlMcClellnn in aetinil stands General Juhn Il0 was burn in in but brought up in HI was expelled from Charleston College lor meg He then obtained the position loop nf war on a cm se of I wo cars to Souh He wiis ap ointed professor of inatbcni ities in tin to tin fiignu His ictiicmotit from tbe rail H Attorneys und CoanB Horn at In Ollice in Commercial Satcr Jtolnry IS iGntttte Rnd Jenoral iig Aft fayinc of Taxed iu and of Money On 4nuds iii laeoir I on I A C ii Engineer nnd hi al to Iho ie und re ol and Al ot d hoit tho WulUrd TOBACCO CIGARS i HKTAIL Hfllon I on hand all U nni il mid tea ly 10 give il the ho i id n in tlie Tth iho ii i ver All THAN TJII lo iho a choice ot A KIN I IS Of T T TT n T c Jj I Li u U Iv a 1Y THK 11A It It li Uii AT Vll K J I S OS S STOI1K VEST OF TIIE WHEELER WILSONS HACHIHES i AUoruoys at Snlli in OHicu on cnniip of ThirJ and over tins OtVoi of M Ilnry IV tor tho Jkuim of Majsaohusetts und 12 MILES LORENZO HENRY i Dealers in Exchanji and Land Will attend the Pavment of Iniclote and Silo of band Noivs udd Hills collected and at currcni rutis of Ollice corner ot Market I Z M PACE Ac BUnk I5uok Saiionei Hook lii iid fill ale tn 121 nod 13o comi r of up idl li ou of ull s kinia utly ConveyniHer an I Heal Ktlate ulUuil promptly to all cqlruaed to thu 1urcliasu aid Iaymsnt of in Wlntenulr Having u of all Real in said will give specla attoution to the invrsiigaliin ui Ll and txe cution of Convey Otliie at tin left ul thi Recorders Court 12 UNION Pres recently in command of tinUnited Slates forces in Ab nrd its is a native of und n nephew to Gen In early youth he was sent to I ranee to be and spent some years at a celebra ted schoolat Troyes in the interior oT that On his return from Frnnrebe en iied the Lniuu Slates Military rum which he was priibiated in the same class with and ap ininled that ollirer t second lieutenant n the tist artileiy in In he waF poincd aid ilcramp to and the follow inp year assistant jntiint w ilh brevet rank of crip in the meiintinis hnd been transfernd thcnpinriT with which be peived with pnat jlislincliin in At tbe close ofrthe Mexican war McDiwell was attached to tho stalf iiflicn in ralnci he remain ed until he had bs ITTTsTboiit forty three years ul nntrTs miniid to a daughter of Henry of the cccbrnUd iron manufacturer and McDowell is a thoi road in Cherokee in cimncition eppointinitit in the United rupnpraphiciil scviiul cx t tbe is ctuini divided into and they now form a part of Seventh nt Upon the formation of the Seventh regi ment Captain Prcutiss was elected and when tbe Cairo forces were organized into a he was chosen to the brigadier a dis voice the commisiotud ofliccrs with whom he wns and he reieived bis coiimiission on the 10th of Urn UK 01 Vi li At this juncture til our a reference to the invasion nnd circumstances nttcndiTn cjipturo of the British forces iimier Admiralii Cockbnrn and will not he During tbe early portion of tho summer ol fleet lay nloni the coast of Maryland and the when they were on the 3d of by Cochrartos direct from lietwo nuiiibermg twenty Our Gov ernment was apprised of tho hostileinten tions upon the but Secretary of professed a dmbehel in the President had taken some precautionary by ordering a That wo should bo slightly stunned by our tiiiexiicclcJ Manasssa is that it set us all thinkmg is natural and will bo Tory No nation has worked upwards to great ness without Teorses scarcely ever wag rf warnon without and it is hopeful when the reverses and defeats are In the Washington lost Now lost retreated over tljo over the over the over tho Del arid expressed hig determination to felreat over every river and mountniti iri America before ho gave up the righteous The mojt idmarkablo exploit of the groatost general iolhe to was Inn wonderful over one S river after until the whole Atlantic seaboard was lost in fant Yet Washington crossed the Delaware and Greene lived to sec Corn wallis The war of 1812 was begun amid defeat after Washington was taken tbe routs nt TClande sburg crimsoned WIIATTHKY HAVE The of the Seceded States say they for everything dear to We dont Se That they have gained but it is very to Fee what they have Among their losses a cotcmpnrnty enumpratcs these They have lost the liberty of free the dearest of They hire not spenk except in one The cient for the in addition lo a flotilla of bearing placed umltr the command of Joshua and in tun led to check fleets advancing tovrirdthe But after sailing up thu the troops disembarked at on the of On the following day the consisting offulir thuusund marched the infiint They were without j irtillery or and marched under the every American Hull Kurrendered in f a midsummer sun to a wny as to maae tho whole land feel on the By adoptj as if hontr nnd courage had forsaken It for wbicli they atid of the kind of tiainitig for the pos i ently and succisifiil oput utioiis in iii the United his quarrel with which led Fmnnnls retire nent from the have Ion been before he n he was the Republican candidate for the but was heat on hy by a vote of IVl to The lasl five years ho his time to tho earn of birt in Cali fol i so led Ihu United Stales forces the Miixmriuiis al i about thirly n VealS dl II is 11 N I iliuii sn MAJUI born in Ireland in and to taking up received a ciiuntiy when quite his in lie w el e temler mercies comtiared with the retpn if terror now pervading the seceded They have lost the right of votinp up m the Constitution under which they The voice of tbe people is and they are bmmd band anil footv nnd tiro at the mercy of the fcV7 purse proud They have lost at least 50 per cent the value of their and icceive it iis steail an increased Theyhave lost titles to their ini this the flotilla allrded no pro tect n to the and to prevent tho guns ir fioiu being taken and used agiinst the they blown up on the norning of the by order of the Secretary of tho Tho approach of tho troops under Majir General Ross and Admiral was watched by President Madison in who directed eight jindisciplinfed militia to the command of to oppose the four thousand British having destroyed the joined the military force of with one seamen and his held On the afternoon of Iho the British tied was successfully returned ever the flower of Kentucky and tho West fell it the river Rut all was hot Tin spirit of the rose higher liigln until out of iho nottle danger it plucked the flower in It seems to bu ever Ihu great un that the und miisilo to hardened by All great men tried in this They uredually learn to RiifTer and be ami the strength thug learned gives the success that ends the suf Our nation turn IUT of Too inany glorious interesUTire bound up in her to leave 1ier in duubt too many tioble hetrtsaro throbbing in prayer For her to allow her to go down in such a storm as Shu has outrode many a worse and sho will rotne grandly into her destined E iiauy M tliir Miim at tlio pnhlieshuli Le lind have MUCUS if their Sewinij After date they vill ht Mold at that will a profit of capital mill of Linking sales auch prices un will le to make first us guarantee them in evtrv NKW MST OF wnh loot and i Cllata Vou t and with the old Machine en Ilain Iluiii Table with Local A t It lllinoiif UNADULTERATED i lit mill lie entered the ami wis advanced in iis tho tirst revolution in st him bis commission iicialin chief in the rcrloin hope of tho liberal party with jjreat uiiergy and Ilecaire to America in ItioO vas professor in lu Imis ami Dilon s liereceived a fall t a ary sehool i sympathies niii xoiitlnrn ficrn M Mewas appoine1 f military Aftci at collect he was lirst luiiti nant in the regiment of the np astsiant deputy quartermaster pen itrnl with ihe rank of January nnd captain in IIM here mi riiliniUhcd ratk in He ic lirirl frniii the Ibrf jipnii the of his j lii polcsiMi ii Ills Kdiitd for with be I In he was 1 vti ti nf bis divi u it being subject lo confiscation for the support of theBe fect are upon their They have lost tliuir trade all kinds of busincis betn UCUIjj and com COtllijlct by Barneys who maintained their A young lady kept ut n respectful rendering HttlB or no service with their lie i tbc hi in for niiiilnij llHIOADIEU inerly a in 1st has been appoinied brigadier Kearney was well known in the Mexican where be lost his left arm in charging at one of the gates at the city He also paid u visit to Europe dining the Ciimean nnd present at some of the deciive battles in Fur Kcveral yeais he was on th i 1 letiillil ti Ib part in the ill the iijper pail o which crowned the arms and cijinjiie ed 1 tv pr And though not they tiicir mid Tboy UfMr and tato otbirr enpKs make a virtueol For opinions they commit buhuritus P ui ul the Unied States which mostuntutored and inhuman savage blush to Inguilty area funid tbc lictlies they What lihei ties are they now fur And bow iitany rights havi through f SeceS i Hi Let soino unsrt cr J soon broke ranks and turned their bucks upon sho Barneys ieatiien and their guns proved terri bly destructive to the Barney was alter ttrrcc rionrV han ghliliKi flanked ly uperiir and iimlly full wiiunditl o lij side1 men tilio were kiliuil ht Putt isons ariny in of three ull t Iiciiilon Treasurer H A ih Comnunr heins folly organized under a charier granted bv the of this in pre pared to isiiie Kl st 01 Lv are on rurnitiirc and other msnralde lor or live at thu cusomary METttOPOMTAV This larjje ami well funimbed haa recently liaudj A L Guiea reiirmz und sjceccdinu as Both the and lUnou arewll ihijuiooe Ihe western country us Kuntkmen f exoei in lintel keep and no other i tuil tlie Metropolitan will con bictet ui b manner tlesirviag the of the per CAN BK procured in The uinhi signed have on ami are icttin ilirect iioiii liiipirtersut 11 ll A N D Y G I N A N I W I X i Which we will warrant pure an can be W also keep the The Celebrated Old London Dock ill We contilKlit and Double Itcctilied constuiitly on hand OU SourlOl and Minonychill II fa which uc will nell by thu barrel or gallon i ttino can he bouuht Buttled ol all kinds Constantly on hand ioi Ikdiciual Iiea II O C S I u il d i v 3 I rou SALE 1 Plate 133 i iOl ItamlulpU tMciifu nul f No Mellon J rive ud a call before rureliaMHK else HULL i lo HALT KHJHT FACE I MAHl II STERLING MACHINE snbicri her wmiM inform the st flot Gcnral and BENJAMIN F the third although n has seen d deal of in the volunteer nnd President Lincolns lotind him in the position of getural of thit military Ho at once volunteered for the seat ami Governor Andicw a accepted his His and snecesfijl moveiaent t the seat of have enured into th every day for thepist not be repealed His witli Governor tho of an I the DC and haveattriKtetl Icservetl attenlio lqul1 m is a native of and inow 13 years of By his whole action since he he bus upon a larger share of puhlic and ulleiilioii i0 thlr oilcer M jnn GrsKHAL tbe fomtb only bcen known us a Hiwas born in in wa 1 heir has ejipiied ami many of ihein n is now ordeieil to ihe of this column of the which has been reinforced ly en listed Ibr the NATIIAMI war hoi n in Con in entered Ioint tarv graduated therne in nnd scived ni in the lastyear of the Seminole lie wis with General Scutt in Mexico as liist lieutciiiint and wis promoted to the rank of captain at the bat tle of May fur sinal ice rendered to Ui by the capture of Iamp omd l 01 nune ol Ihe laiit ii and now or Maeliin I in ot inrUe n all redv FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES OF ALL Up Chicupo GA fur w and biinj Mowers and before I lurmsb you nn all the lillereni kin Is ul will h vunr vvuik und yiio can H In the Imlienlar attenlon pan n the Engines unit Al work and wanalited cheaper than tin lion turn mil done nt Ihe lowent poahihle Shop on Third near Ihe rpu W hen u boy he w thin in a machine to two M setts in a ami p cultivation f bi kei of tin a il Con thiee years governor of tbc for four months past bus been anaing di rector of the Illinois Cential BRIGADIER WILLIAM ROSE who ceeds Major General McClol Ian in mmand in is roni He entered Military Academy at West in 1838 and graduated in receiving an appointment as second In Iha Ha was acting to the Viirik nfhngailiei conspiciiiiipeisonigc innmig many notable men civil and is now in command of the Union forces at Cai lie has a history of which more prominent men Kat night he proud lioiii in the town uf SVoid coun in in bis to tbc Sinte of Misouri whereIn remained iinul ihe auttiiiin ol ISIJ Then attiiuillg majority he emigrated t and Mtticd in the villa e of present Theie bo organized n called the Quincy In when tha war with Mexico was pie eipitaled upon the Captain 1iviitiss his coitiiinind It was received and Fust l Illinois Volunteers an I mustered imo MI new olliceis were appointed to con the of Captain and hi wa tendered and ucccpled the tinnot adjutant in tintall of Ilirdin It may bo wcll to slatethat tho of nplain Ihe one tendered M the President from Iho Sttu of uny of General Taylor reached alliio ihe of Ibis company be and ut the unanimous requcht il its members Adjutant again look and at the battle of Helena Vista he company awarded the post of honor nf th own o Plenties and wero assigned ninnyimporlant is nut and e where in says the here is a ciistm most a nlul in it tot cbiitl of tender ears is tip iicniicedh the who receives tt and the when il may I ists till the age of twenty It is enforced by llio magistrates gainst the child whenever ho resist bv which is thoiiiji bis to it was never Tbe appreti so masters and while under age is inherited in case of his natcrs de by hi masters Such in sold by otto mm anotlier fur ten He is not seldom let out by Uic penniless who receives his hive mid pockethis excess over the contract money due to He ipumshedby blows and oi I will clem your guts to fi 1 lie is of ihu forms of threat uiasUis to Ihe nys Ho ner writing ol the money the employers estimate ihewoik the child must do Is n too much to ask tint li child bo appren liced while it is mnbr nine years or more than that it be luium bv n c 11 tract not maile fir its own benelit That a parent shall not sell or childs labor fur meais nf hiiying drink teen years of ngo writes a Wushingtori has arrived in HIM her from Alabama where she bus been employed as a Finding that sli could no longer stay at tho hccaiin she came from the latitude of fcrio matted and reached Manahafi unction on the 19th of twenty Ptven miles from Eha Iis bravery c with griieefni i lovtion of whom Hero from without wailing fur to a JuVeand made a direct ii The a severe loa in thiiv ly the bislorian U al as high US live hundred nun arid nnssin The loss siu ill on the part of Barneys j nun and the author rcleriud admits il had done Iheir luty thu uuduuhtcdly would have j been on tho Of Barneys ailors he pKiiks tho highest re uaiking that not did they theit Lltns n and pintMoii which us his stocd tiil neol them were bayoneted with fuses in their was it till their leader was wuinded and and tlny saw on all sides by the that thcj quitted hc j u miJ received flat i he in She promised to take an outh not to speak of what she had seen or hut receivedthis reply You know too much you cant go through This roused thospirit of tho and she leplied go homeif I havu to go by the Zealand to set She had pr I herself with a and now ocrasion to j Her trunks hcn broken open while hehad been absent to tec undeituiik to retain whers itli gitat drew her re and old him tbat her trunks would go whore she The fellow offered no further She liad nothing to do but tu relraco her a journey of miles back to thence Wheel and Baltimore to Washing IN TIIC On that sabbath on which thebattlo of Lake Cham CnlCO ian was Lorn in the cminty of Iieland in and is onsequently but thirty fuiir years of Ho to this country afitr tb which fuliovve 1 the um ine of in cane 1 1 New and found tit with John llee whiun he siictcded as of HH bis piiiiiary areer as a private in the Sixtyninth Rcgi was appointed then an i ihen Captain if a le was elected Colonel in aid served with bis regiment in stipprcsMi quitiantine in Staien iane was prominently brought before t public by his rutusal to parade his regimen the Third British brigade into the and up to tho on ap his horse wasfihot from under by uie of Barneys A vol ley was IIred into tlie windows of tb when the troops Cockburn took thu speakers and asked the Shall this harbor of Yankee Democracy lio burned All for it say aye It was st on in As a prudential the Secretr ry of the Navy oi dered miuodoro lingey to fire the Navy with tho donp of war ten live 1 two gun and all lie naval was con signed tu the The British troops then proceeded to tho Tiiisurv and mansion both of wbih thev President having re with his Calii on oss the That night the army ncamped on Capit d and were exposed a severe with heavy hieh ad led intensity to tho dismal cenes which had boon Dur not olio of which vus At tbe close of the wur the Quincy boys returneiund were received wilh every of and wore honored by al sorlsof Uial could shuiv Ihe approhalion of a loyal peoplefur its brav snd Captain to the Decision of Wales oi th reception of the OKIlitN Of TUB NAME ex change says The Scotch Highlandiis in their organization for inscnbec on their Banners the hope ii they mn Taking letter of each won ade the word which adopted us tho name of treir of the South to Pout no plain was when Commodore Downio of the squadron wassailing down on tbe as they lay in the bay of ho sent a man to the mast head to see whkt were doing on Commodore MoUonoughs tho flag ship of the little American Ho said What are they doing on that sliip they are gathered about the and they seem lo boat answered the look Ah faid Com tiu d re I that looks we11 for iu bid for It was bad for tha BriUth for thu very lirst bhot from tho America ship was a chain s which cut Duwnie in and killed him in a McDonough was a and a inun of but bravo as a liun in thd hour of He died 43 he a faimple earnest Chi llriss or THE TOWLKOF Thfl French Consul at Mosul recently Bent horns an account of a discovery so ostounding as to render be photographic views and vouch ers that accompanied it as con Vashingtii rashly attacked the nd was phot Next morning th British burned the uiildiiigs connected with Navy and War hpaitmints threw a torch into a well vhere a large quantity of powder was con which destroying nearly hundred JJntksli HoujiH thoir the niuht a grand nephew of Gcneial j lirmations ol its Tlio discovery was of the of and the photo graphs exhibited tbc remaining two stories ol this marvellous structure bricks euiented with bitumen ana bearing insorip ions upon when are expected to contirm the accounts of mutinied remains in eiery A frightful tornado Bwept ovci tht city biiildings ini as ifto complfle tho general woik of Jeslruc Many of the enemy and of the inhabitants ivero buried in tho ruins of the buildings Mown The alarmed for their withdraw from tbe city in tho eve ning and hurried towards the phco of em After the laoo of nearly a century o peaceful prosperity and lapid projjftwjj ID the arts and Washington h njniu been thrtutcnod with BLACKBERRY tha fruit in dry weather allow half a pound of good jiown sugar to every pound of boil the whole whule together genlly for an or lill the berries are stirring and them Preserve U like any other anJ it wiil be iuund in reguliiting their and en abling you to JUptnau with It tnay be KpreaJ en on ia Etead of butler and even when the buriaii are it chiaper ibau A jc in time of U rouragu lo Uie lo K   

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