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   Beaver Dam Argus (Newspaper) - November 8, 1861, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin                                BEAVER DAM ARGUS. faprr mt the (lly aa41'onntJ KOVEMBEU 1SC1. .Tembcr of from the S.T ud prr.iiSlH h to an- r? :o r.nr renders the election of Jens: F. M.'O.t'itirn. the Democratic Ciitidli] it? f'-r of Assi-tnl.Iy, from tiie 58 o--1 .A r3i--tni.'t, co.mposed tin- of Beaver Tivi an.-? the City of Denver JJi-'n. a: A :.'i..t probably r.ot Le th-n o-f inirje more ratifying on and ris- If- nil. M_'J Si's liithcrto l'oi? su i tiif p.M-ii of Aich ilist-if.ccJ two c-ompeti- the republican nom union eati- e f ivoiite of nil p'.ir- p.M-iiciil'tr friend am! intimate "p Hughes, in Dodgo County." Mr. S. then states his position, and lite difference between him- self and Mr. Ware, in which Mr. Stewart the fbllowing language Perhaps our greatest difference of views are, fuine are with the patriot, Daniel in his speech, as fellows No party, but country the great patriotic beart of ihe people must rise above the miserable oonsideiations of party and act together; and whoever attempts, under any name or designation, or any pretence, whatsoev- er, to encourage parties, is an enemy to the country, and very little better than an open traitor." Those sentiments being approved and adopted by Mr. Stewart, as hia views, of course he considers Mr. Ware an enemy to his country, and very little belter t'nan an open traitor; he (Ware) being nominated as a party can didate, and accepting the nomination all this very well if Mr. S. was really honest in his views and believed what he promulgated but hark, listen yc voters of the West Senate District of Dodge County, turn to another page of the Bea- rer Dam Democrat of Nov. 3d, behold and wonder 1 this samo George H. Slew art, your honest candidate, publishes an- withdrawn! of add res.- eel to the discribable, then he would kcow what good living is. The-troops around us here arc engng- ed, as I presume the whole grand army of'the Potomas is engaged, in drilling, stonding guard, It is Camp Randall on a larger scale, for the past week or so we have drilled 3 hours of the day with knapsacks and 3 to 4 hours without. We have practiced a lit- tle in firing with blank catridges, the first volley ever discharged was by the whole Brigade at once, there were none there whose blood was slagged, but it quicken- ed and darted through his veins at the fifst fire.' Already we hear talk of winter quar- ters, aud tbe boys are getting ratber anx- ious to know whether we will go into Cnnglit by IKe Fair FigUt. We yesterday met an old acquaintance from Western Virginia, who is here upon a parole, he having been captured by the enercy. The manner in which he was al- lowed bis liberty sufficiently illustrated the theory of Colonel Dumas, thst one likes a man the better after having fought with him.. It that our volunteer, who, by the way, belonged to Colonel regiment, was taken last Sun- day week, while out upon excursion on his own hook, bo a party of six mounted men, and marched to their encampment, wheie he was the special object of con temptation of a bib hirsute individual, who concluded his investigation with the re mark that he was "a thief, and abolition- ist and a to which he added, "and curse you, I can whip you." This was rather too strong a dose for our fri'jnd'a stomach, who prisoner as he was, lookud at the other with a, defiant air, down" is wholly inexcusable. If the price asked is too high in or too 'miicti'" for your pocket, leave tho article and try another dealer. There is rascality in the Quarter masters' Department in Western Virginia. A large amount of soldiers' clothing has been lost there, and no one can account for it. The matter is to be investigated. The probability is that some one in the Department has stolen the clothing. TELEGRAPHIC. other card headed, George H. rs'.Ui'i-'e democratic town in '.'..f ct ihe town of In of tiie base falsehoods, and ij'-ci-i.iio'i, told and practiced there, ujr 'Jr'noeratic town divided failed to t ho- ts iicritstomrd ruajnri- I re_ret irnjie tl.an the f V.-IIMI tliey learn ,v wer" 1. To ''.iv 'cr-i'.s of Lov.'ell nil praise have yon iaiuud by '.f yonr D II! '.i'ly, huve jf'U !-ta iic-d rear 1 o.i !'uvd a nohk' effect '.In- ct-iiti of ri-pnbli was well n'gii fug 'at of Trt'iilon, and and Ci'y s-jiy, all stepped liiiherto You given the .i.- of yotir continued at e r..oiious union, and jiiliicijiles detnoc- i-oiintry duiiug r.pdti n-hicli its u u.ut-t be- bused if it be ever is a sound union man govunmenl of the nje.iri.s within tiie to l.is .ir fui1 Fenti but. to ha will .Hie in tl.e r'J fnun, places cU'iDocrntic can- die'rict, beyond a '.o d< inocrats have i'j f-iriiuT elections. ..iL'.i fiiliv in those out tii.it Dodge conn- ui n.ocrat'e seiiRiorp. of a-Si-mbly, it will be the Dit. f- E-Vciiiin iho ii 'iii  anc] exprsssed a convk.. are questions that time must answer. 'Till I tion that, if allowed a fair fight, he would convince the other of his mistake. The challenge was'accepted, and they took off their coats and went at it, when, after several rounds, science, which wns on the side of our man, told and his anta- gonist, too, after haying a tooth knocked out, knocked under, and shaking linnd-s, acknowledge that ho was wrong in hi> last proposition, and moreover, that he didn't believe that a man who fought so well, was either a thief or nn abolitionist. Bio vrent much further, nnd used his influ- ence so effectually with the rebel com- then we must make ourselves comfortable as we can wherovet we arc. A good ma- ny of the officers have had litlle ditches dug, extending- a little way into the tent, and several feet from the tent on the out- s'de. These they have covered over, and built chimneys either of ban els or of sod. When complied they answer tho purpose of a stove very well, and make the tents quite comfortable on n chiller evening. In point of health our regiment corn- p-ives well with our neighbor regiments, munder, that Kentucky was allowed to go yet (here are a number of sick among us. A great many have colds caused by the sud- den change of weather for the few days I think of nothing further of interest (o write, so I will close. Yours, C. past tha repnb- Wiscossis FLORENCE XIGHTIXGALE This is an association, the purposes of which are sufficiently indica- cated by its title. It is already assuming some prominence. The Madison Argus has the following with reference to its or- ganization and present condition This organization, originated by Mrs. Reid, M, D., of Berlin, in May last, be- fore it was known that any siunl.ir scheme iiad been entered upon elsewhere, had substantially tlie same objtctsin view that the United States S.iuitnry Cutnmission, to which it is now auxiliary. Already has the lady, together with Mrs. Briggs. of Madison, Mrs. Furnswoith, o! Sheboy- gan, and Mrs. Hutchcrson, of Janesville, untercd upon a hospit.il service in St and a number of other capable uurces stand ready to follow them us their sei vices shall be needed. Tho object of the Union' is, through local associations, to procure from ihe my carding h.ive i.-n n clamorous i now for Army Correspondence- IlEAD 5th REG. W V. Hancocks Brigade, Lewinsville, Saturday November 2d, 1861. EDITOR feel as if I could with a hcariy good will, sing the ohl rhyme. Knin, Rain, go to Spnin, And never come back again, and I no doubt that the whole CT meat would join with me in the song, 1'iity put forth why they would all bu so willing to sing this rhvme last at the fall evening, soon after dark, it commenced be composed (if Un j to v. regard 10 purly A; weierj.idu to flern- u to nnitu on such a nnd even were mado anii d of course, in h n candidate. On O -t i-co s iL-ii :i conven n U Cor.vention a st''0ng wind as an accorn- pmimeut, and continued all night and so upon signing a document not again to take up arms against the South. The individual whom he had whipped, fur- nished him with a coat aud pants in lieu established the fact that the congregation From Europe. NEW YORK, Nov. 4. The steamship Jura, from Liverpool the 24th, via Londonderay the 25th of Oct., arrived at Farther Point at four o'clock this forenoon. She brings one day's later news. Ouptain Semmes, of the pirate Sumter, reached Liverpool in the steamer Edin- A competition trin] hnJ taken place of rifled 32-pounders service guns of different inventors. The trial was brought to a close without any very satisfactory re- sults. The Whitwoith and Armstrong guns alone appear calculated to mt-ct the requirements of the Navy. It is expected that France would im- medintely adopt some new measures to palliate Ihe existing cri.-is. The accouchment of the Empiess of Austria was expected to take place at the commencement of A Paris telegraph dated Oct. says the following Moniteur to-day contains the A judicial investigation hns of his own, which were somewhat dilapi- dated, and then escoited him a part of the way toward tho Kanawho, from whence he made his way to the Ohio river, and so on to this city. Cin. En quit cr. THE DANGEB OF THE REBELLION AT THE The symptoms of a mutin- ous and seditious spirit against the Gov- ernment are daily and hourly developing themselves at the North, in the radical wing of tho Republican party, and among the abolitionists of the true blue stripe. Both factions, having been separated by only the breadth of a hair, or'tho differ- ence between tweedle dum and tweed le dee, are now cordially united in opposi- tion to the President, whose manly letter to Fremont is the occasion for the open- ing of a general fire upon him, from the hi sixty-four pounders down to the pop- guns. Even the telegraph at St. Louis is used to spend mutiny through the North Under these circumstances it is the du- ty of the conservative elements to come forward and sustain Mr. Lincoln and de- nounce the abolition truitorj who ore tho prime cause of the present misfortunes of the countiy, and are doing their worst to in tf U..-J ui_i IM I U I I tMll I IIU i 1 r 1 t and especially Ihe ladies, various mischief they have- articles included undci these heads: hus ital furnishing, surgical supplies, dclica- wrought. The government itself, consnlt ing its own snl'utv. to seize and in I i cics for the sick, and pastimes fo, conva- c-rcerate the lenders, who :lrc a thous.'in, ,l lescent and wounded soldiers. more dangerous than the editors of Southern rcbuiium, aud opposin for the Union Y. Jlcrald. ihe V7 i The organizntion, as well as its agent, Rev. Hiram A. Heed, has the endorse meat of the trustees of the First Unita ______ rian Society of Berlin, the Berlin City Blankets wanted bj-tfec FOIU-UI Lodge of Good Templars, the lion S. Currw Hastings and Governor Randjll. Jn our opinion the-.e endorsements entitle UK- iijjeut to full confiduncc, and asevu-v citi CAMP XF.AH RELAY IIouss, Mn Oi-t. 24, ISfH. Sditind Fourth will be UM.xious to promote ami fur- mcnt Wisconsin YohinU'crs, no'.v in camp ther the designs of the organization, wi- heip, will be greatly in want of hi inUets tieipale tbu accomplisliriR-nt of great cluriug the coming winter. The Gr good through this instrumentality. I mc-nt fninishfs one to each soldier, Tiie Rev. Mr Reid, having been autho- wliich is not e louprh to keep them warm rized by the Governor to canvass the during the winter." Tho climate hcic, if State, with a view to the furtherance the general aims of the sanitary commis siosi, will address tho citizens of .Madison at the Assembly Chamber at half-past o'clock this eveni.ig. We our citizens will turn out Urgolv and learn mnri1 of the character and objccls of the preparatory to eontrimiting their share to the comfort and health of cTur sol- diers." A (iciicral Transfer of PrUoacrs. YesterJ.iy, by virtue of special orders from the Grovurncncnt to Col. Martin Bui-lie and Col all military, naval, and Forts LifViyelte and Coluinbu-i, were placed in charge of a strong esccrt for transfer to Fort Morgan, in Boston harbor. The cr- dar was oiigmally received ou Saturday last, was countermanded, but being yes terday re-isstnJ, tl.e pris r.ers B ed at an eaily hour, and ortleifid to pre- pare for embaikation. Everything being in readiness, the Fort Lafayette prisoners, to tue number of 109, were brought un- guard to the whaif, and with their not fis cold, i, more than isconsin, an! I the fi Sends of the soliiiors of this regiment to send ns ninny blankets r.s they can spnro to my care. with the; no and compnnv of the sol- dier for whom it is intended attached to each bhm'jet. All who contribute to the relief of our soldiers nt this (imp, may rest assured they will receive a soldier's blessing for their kindness. Send them to Colonel James Holton, Milwaukee, he svill box and forward them to me. of the ladies ot Saint Urione, at Douay, have voluntarily abetted the abduction of Jewish girls. These ficts would have justified the government in revoking the authorization of the society of Saint Uriono, but it IMS confined itself 10 w.th- liold the ncknowledgment of its h-gal ex- istencj. This measuro will ri'ininU reli gious congregatious thi't m-iihcr their character, object nor rules excuse them from obeying the laws of tiie cmintiy. The London Times, in speaking of tha eftorts of the manuf.ictuiing chiss to in- duce Government to intcifrre in America, says England "ill rather undergo much suffering tlmn break the plain rules of In- Summons for Relief, Dodge County Circuit Court David Graves, against Prudy Graves, The State of Wisconsin, to Piudy above named defendant, you are hereby anm- moned and required to answer tiie complaint in this action, of which a copy is herewith served upon yon, and serve a copj' of your answer on me at my office, in the Villnge uf Waupnn, in said State, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day "of such service; nnd if yon fail to answer the Complaint ns aforesaid, tlie plaintiff will apply ,to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated October 22d 1861, J. JAY BUCK Plaintiffs Attv. KT. B. The complaint in this notion was filed in the office of the CJei-k of sai-1 Court Octo- ber 23d 186', nt Juneau in said County. Dated October 28lh 1S61. 49-6w J. JAY liUUK Tiffs Ally. Sheriff's Ftirecloiurs Sale. Staio of Wiscons'n, Dodge Coi n'y Ciicuit Court. Don id L. Plaintiir. Ilonry W. Finclj, Lui-y 1'ir.ch, Ins wife, nnil J >lm Johuaon, nefemhirf. Judgment of Torcclosurc and Sale, In pursuance of n judgment or foreclosure and FaJc nridoand cincrod by >he of Do'ljjc County in ihe iibovcentitled aolion. on 'he fust clay Ajtril lt-59, I the shoiifi' of tlie coun'y of Ihidjc, iliall expnue lor snlu and pell to Ilio higlifst bid- dor at public auction, at my office in the City of Beaver Uodue County Wipronain. on the lOtli   all ivho will favor ui with a call, am! to those irho are conieni- the piircli.isu! of .1 Ssn-iiiR Machine, we design to say that an examination of our Machines silw.iys insures a sale. have made iirr.ingciiu-nts with a ladv from Cliic.igi, who i u record of WELL TllWU COJtJ'OJi-irjO-f. 45 04 SO 08 342--0 13 31 U 10 9.70J S-t.094 36 90 ...INDIANA -JTIW ...n.i.ixors 22 MJ SKI t ox-ix .....IOWA MIMNKrtl'TA ...KANSAS KKNTfCKY. TrXAS... .......ALABAMA. in ('orjm a'l'Ui.at fair rft' LD.VAHU Jtesi i 40 lie fiO.174 32.070 is 19.S23 :U S JO 3.167   MKIilX, Uounty In Coiuitj- J'ourt, Jpffci-soii Couiily. In the inallor of t he ostute of Notice U hereby g'ucn that, by virtue of an order of license rmult; in on tlie '2 Jnv of 'cloljc-p ia.-l.-inl. by tlie Connrj- Uoui't of sitid-County I lie nnilfi'iigiii'd :irlniin- istrntor of tlie deci'nseil, wsil on the 2yt.ii J.iy of Kovivnbcr in-xt at one o'tjoel; "in the afternoon at tlie dwelling lumse on t premises, olrVr for sali at vciidnc. the following ilcpi-ri'ieil to wit: The North linlt'of the noi-Lli rj i.-u-ter ol'sfction four, Mild the east linlt'of cast of the north past quarter of ilie north cast qn.irter of sec- tion five in the town of Waterloo, JefFerson Cotuity. nnil six acres off of Ihe south qnarter of the south wot (jn.ii-tcr of section thirty-two, in the town of i'ortlauO. IJodjic County. Tiie terms of sale will be rrmde known .it the time arul place of snlo. Dated Oetobev-S3d, 18iU. LOUI3 o Adrniiiistnitov. f Di'd'cing of Jurors for Special Term. OFFICK or THE CI.KKK OF THE CIKCOT COURT c. STATE or AYiscoxsi.v, COU.XTY or DODCK. Notice is heieby given, that a Special Jury Term of the Circuit Court, of the County oi Dodge, Wis., will be held at tlie Court House, in Ihe village of Jnnean, commencing on tbe fonith Monday of Noveirber next, NOV. 25th, 1861, and, tihnt by .order of the Court, there will be thirty-six {'ctjt Jurors drawn'for said special'term, tlie diawinc of the same to place al, the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in Junonn, on Tuesda November 5th, isei. nt 2 o'clock p. M. J-uneaii, Oct -1, 1861 JAMES THORNT. 4f Clerk Circuit Court. issued to tbe l pttilioncr. It. is orderc-il, that the proofs of sa'd fce iieard before the Judge of this Oourt on Monday, tbe second dar of Deeemb T, A. D. 1831, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Cour- House in the village of Juucau in County. Aad H ii further ordered, tliat public notice thereof bo giren to the heirs at law of deceatvd, and to all other persons interested, by publishing it c'jpy of this order for tbree successive weeks, prior to said day of heannr, in the Bearer Dam Argun, a weekly printed and published at Beaver Dam in said county. at Beavtr Dam this 8th day of .November, A. D. isn. 10-SvT LEONARD 3IEHTZ, County OHDElt Fur SjKria! Jury Tenii nf Dmfye County Cir- cuit Court. STATE OF WI3COKSIN, COUXTY OF DODGK. J I. John E. Mann, Jmlije of the Third Judi- ciaJ Circuit of the State of Wiseorsiu, deeming an extra Jury Term necessary to complete the Jury (rials county of Dodge during the present year, 'by virtue of the authority vested in me by Section three, of Chapter one hundred and sixteen, oi the revised Statutes of said State, hereby appoint, nn Extra Jury Tei-m of the Circuit Court, to be held at the Court House in thu village of Jnncai.. in Ihe County of Dodge, in nnd for said County, 'commencing onlbe fourth Monday of Novem- ber next, to wil: November 25tb, 1SGI, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at which extra term all business will be entertained and beard (except tbe business of n Grand Jiiryj which might be at n regular term of said Court. And it, is hereby ordered that thirty-six Petit Jurora be drawn, and that writs of venira issue for'said 'extra term, the same as for the regular terms of Court for said County, and that the Cierk cause the same to be published. Dated, Jtiueau, Sept. 18th, 1861. 44 J. E. MASH, Circuit Judge. FOR SALE. QA ACRES of Timber land, 4 miloB'from OU Horicon. Enonire of WM. DECKER. jTsT OLD FHIE 7.V THE RIGHT PL A CE. Herrick'j Sugar Coaled Pills. Tirn IIKST I'A.MII.V CATKAliTIC in uur.il, tn-cnty c million of yr V.v "-''Vl' Mitirirattii.n; coutaiii nolltiur ]iat- )'y Ilic priueipnl jiirjr.-un-' fji (..K'pantlT uit o five Ono l.-ir. direction..- irl'.h e idi to Pill bcEti-e tho ytt! lie. TALI. MlkS-sC. l.KHX Cc.l STY. l-'l.nHa. .Inly 17, f T.i DR. Hi-itKlPK. Ai'iany, X. My I ivriK- tin4- tiMnfonn ol IIK' ivonderful olTcf t of Coated oti r.-iy d.-.v.r ttr 1'or t'lirt-f- pile been u a ofthi.1 Piidly nil- lu-r lu-.iith. has beon r.iilln? irninir In ir jn fio.l. Voi Ic in April fiiclid i ;no Utvintrthe filloit c.inii ix'tli.- i-f my frlfiul, i 'ibiaim-il a of IJ..rnr- .v Clark. i'aik R ivv. Vuik. On liirjie ;iii ntlica t'iilu. one each nijrlit. Thtiimpio ei'ii-nt in her feeling. cnuiplrxi'in. niiresrion. ell-., alt. A rapiii and resfc ration to lie.. I'll boten the Vi'e le.-s than live b and ht-r !y nell. 1 Hie abovo a trroute ro k I'hy-'.ciaii. am! ti'iisi it uil! be tl.e of tnduc many S'illsa-? :ln-ir faujily inedicii.ei. I remain, tlenr uith :n.uiy liKtisks, Your oStd ent servnnt, st ilcrrick'sKid S'-rfnsJj I'las crs onro in five horns, piiins and of lue yideund Icicle, jind lliiutiiniitic ii an equally -Iiorl of lime, fad l.c.uiliful widtt: skin, llicir suhjcctp-'ie won.ri.-r t-.> nil it.-, cc, and e-it-fi oi f fioin o'li. week To il-.rec ir.oi.tlu Price cc t.-. f-ucrar CoatctLIMlls and Kid Plasters nr- by Oruxsristr; a-d Meriihanls in :itl art1; of the Ui itt-il St.iK'S, C.r.aiii.s a d South AnnM-ica. and niav be ed In- calllnL'fur tlieiii bv tl-L-irfutt nan.e. 43-lv JMI. L. R. IIKKUICK Co.. Allmi y, X. V. Sale. Stale of Circuit Court, County. V. QiuuK, 1 liy ririntf of :in fnn intiifil from FaM rnnrt in Iht- aliovo i-ntitt d .nctioil. t" dii-rctcd and dolm-ipd the prrs nril ami prime: ty ol llu- :il.uvf- dp cn'lauL 1 and ln_ iinl tijion the following rtal estate. the riuht title and interc-t the j-aid 'ItTclioant had ill nnd ro on the ninth day A. D or winch lie havo since ilr de- scri! to wit: Thr- north ciu-t qu-irUr of north wcit qirir'.er of suction five ;hirtei n (IS) oust, also -the frictlonal unrih west of the north, ea-t quarter section five ia town thirteen [Ui] north ol range thirteen, h injr and Lringiu tbo County of Dodpre acd t-'fUe o! Wisconsin, mil reil and the ri-rht, title and intert-st of the s.nd defendants I Mnll for sale aud tell at public auction at Ihe Court House in the- village of Jtinc.-niin paid of Dodge, on tlie thir'eolith v of Deteitiher, A I) ISOL.at tlic liour of two of that dav, to s'tti.sfv said and costi. Blind SiieriT.'s Ortice Oclo! ct 3Uh 1SHI. (.EORCiC W. Ull >VfKR, Sh rill of Dodsc Co. wis., 1'y C.UKIWI VIX. Under Sheiiff. Josej h v. Quarts, PJaintiir. Commissioner's Ifoliee. of ottfred Koepscll late ot the town of Ucimsn in said County dereas'-d, and all claims and deniandu exbib- ited in ollict thn 1st Konday of June nest, the Ijst day allon-cd by said Court lor t do therefore ive Dated this 2Sth day of October WII.I1EI.M PETERMAjr, M I.tXirK, 4s'4'v ATJL'sr FIUKS. Rclirf Circuit County. Charles E Goodwin, agiiinst Lncindu Goodwin, IJenry 'NVatson, Alvira M. Charles 15. .Watson, Flnvilla Wat- son, Mary Goodwin. J.uther Goodwin, Anson F. Goodwin. Asa F. Good- win, Zill.-ih F. Barney. Pmdon Hammond, Betsey F Hammond and Darius Stone. State of the above uam-, ed defendants. O.YK hereby and required to answer the complaint in this action, which will'be filed in -the office -of the Clerk of the Circuit of the-rjllage of Juncav in tliVsaid'coniity'df D'odge, and to serve a copy of your answer to tbe said com- plaint ou the snbscriber, nt liis office in tlie village of aid- oouoty of Dodco, within ninety days aftnr the service of this summons on exeln'sive of the day of inch service aud if yon fail to answer the complaint wijliin the tinicnforemid, the pJain- .iff in this action w jj] npply'to the Court for tlie relief demanded in Ihe coin plaint. CHARGES ALLEJf. Plaintiffs Attorney, of JInysville, DateJ Oct. 4tb, 1861.   

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