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   Hudson North Star (Newspaper) - September 4, 1861, Hudson, Wisconsin                             Tne H adsofl Nortfe Star S. ZIiWZM. and S. 8. STABB, iDJIUK-BASO 2 TJC K V Advance fat Advertising jwryear, per year, year, ptryear, (brevier 00 3600 2000 800 3200 3500 i insertion 1 00 i-i, 3 200 i- rites of advertising as fixed, by are strictly observed. UUSIXES8 NOTICES. [n. i. i Gray, sjod to Humphrey Wilton. il-iWn'S ASK COU1ISELORS AT LAW, WlSCONSIX. 33. 1351. A. D. GBAT, ASD COUNSELOR AT LAW, BY TELEGRAPH. ournal, ImofeHo folife, Sifeite, VOLUME LATEST SEWS. Capture of Two Forta, SIX IIUNDUEU PRISONERS. EIGHT REBELS' KILLED" AXJ> WOVXDEV. HUDSON, SEPTEMBER 4, 1861. [NUMBER 27. Star. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1881. EL WELL STAUR EDITORS AKD S. .ELTVECi, S. S. STARR lil'JJSOJf, >VJS. is: block, 2d vii, liC'J. iJ. '.-Ldtca.. HEXttY C. BACEK. CloagU d Maker, 'nsratvs and Counselors at Law, WJrfCOSSIN. r_T Officf, Walnut St. fZD-B-AUD A. CLAP Clnjip, Cciro, WISCONSIN. E Jl C 11 A N T S JP. 15. Clarke fc Co., mid Fancy Dry Goods, Boots, Furnishing Goods, Car- L'lutha. Groceries, Hardware, Ware, Yankee Xotions. No.-i'-2, Second street, opposite the March M. A Fulton, J. M. FuUou Dealer at itetuil in Dry Goods, Cloth- ,iin! Mats and Gaps, Gro- J'ruvMious, Hardware, Wooden mid Glassware, Drugs and -'.liuis.Uilri, Glass, School Books. il I goods. K. B. B Burhyle, -U' tin! in Staple and v J'ry (iood.s, Clothing, Carpets, Boots Huts ;tmt Groceries aud'Pro- iiirdwart. Crockery aucl -Glassware, e, i'Mints, O1U, Nails und Glass, ou Secoiul Btreet. Avri! 1-1, If T. K. 'i.ir Stone Coal. Stoves, Agri- I Water Lime, all kinds i Asentt'or Threshing Ma- Moliae Plows, :.tr Corn Planters,  e postponed till the issue of. .Government or No Government is'decided by' the contest in which the Nation is engaged, and it being their duty to take some :action in reference to the nomination of State Senator, they request tiic legal voters in the new Distiict, composed of the counties of Pierce. St. Croix., Polk, Bur- nett, Douglas, La Pointe and Ashland, to lay aside all partisan feelings, and unite for the nomination mid election of a State Senator upon the single issue, of f.tness for the office and fidelity to the National Government To this end the undersigned hereby cull a Convention for the nomination of State Sena- tor, to be held at Hudson, Wednesday, the 9th day of October next, to be composed 'of the following number of delegates from each or- ganized county, apportioned upon the total vote polled therein at the last Presidenthil election. Pierce County, G St. Croix THE The magnitude of iliis terrible rebellion is now apparent to It is1 far more formiJable in its greatness, and power than was supposed three toontlis ngo it ever conld be. The rebel leaders, both in the cabinet and the field of the Sorith- G. Douglas County, 2 7 La Pointe 2 3 Ashland 2 DANIEL MEARS, .Sffm. Com. JAMES B. GEAT, .Rep. OLiVEiiGiBis Rep. Prescott, August 24, isUl. above nre nil the committeemon ressding in the District under the new opnor-. _ tioumcm, with tku exception of I. 1. FOSTER j dem., who declines to sign the call i QoaanUnble will, thoy ern Confederacy cave proyea themselves to be roaster spirits, in intellectual abili- ty, men competent to act with alacrity, and with success m the and emergency they, have-created in their wicked treason against a great, and here- tofoie competent constitutional govern- ment.. Whatever charges the historian will bring against those arcli rebels. DAVIS, BEADREGARD, and their compeers in treason and crime, We feel confident that for executive" acts, measures, and prowuess thus far displayed he will never charge them with incapacity in talent, or ability to meet and cope as far as human genius could with the mighty obstacles opposed to their success. His- i tory, ancient or modern, does not contain the names of traitors who in their wick- ed and sucessful more ex- ecutive ability or towering greatness of I-TIPORTANT .-NETVS. .OT Rxr. will preach at the As will.be seen by tbejelegriphic dis- Presbyterian Church on next Sabbath patsbes, tie naval expedition which sail- ed from Foriress Munroe not long since, has been entirely and lias re- taken Ports Hatteras and-.Clark, which commands tho entrance'of ackberries can he purchased of the In- dians on. Apple River for 25 cents per bushel. Cheap -enough. A friend wishes us to ask LUTE TATLOK mind, than many of the leaders in this -bnrned tbe Sound.-in'North Oarolida. These Forts are said to be (be most important of any on the coast. The news telegraphed to this morning is not of much interest. The following synopsis.will do. "A to the New York Herald of yesterday, slates that Jeff Davis is the report needs confirmation, Minister Adams writes that be does not think the British Government contem- plate any change of position so long as the blockade is continued. A fight has taken place at Boone Cocrt Hou'se, between three companies of Fed- eral troops and the Eebels, whic'u. result- ed in the rout of the rebels, with the loss of 30. killed, a large number wounded, and forty prisoners. The Fedeial troops who Messrs. DEEBV DAT DEKBT beats us. are We know CT Persons by calling upon JOHN S. GIBSOX JEsq., Treasurer of the St. Croix County A gri- .cultural at the Hudson City Bank, can procure certificates of membership. PEESOXAL. JUDOS L. P. WuraraiY returned from the Lake Superior country last he has been holding court. Da. THOESHILL left yesterdoy for Madison, to report himself as Surgeon of the 8th Regi- mes t. LATVLEE, the efficient General Agent of the Prairie du Chion Railroad, was in town yesterday. EXTEXEIYZ BREAKING. HOMER RIBEE, of HammondtoTfji, in this county broke 140 acres of prairie this season with one team of su horses just 47 days. GOOD TEMPLAR'S PAETV arc informed foul conspiracy. Such being tho case, with their in- aro determined to UNION CONVENTION. I Above we publish the call for a Union I Senatorial Convention, to be beld in this city on the Qth of October. We liko tho spirit of the call and shall support the candidate who shall be nominated, as is stated, upon "the single issno of fitness for office anil fidelity to the General G-ov- ornraont." All the pa f ers in this Senatorial Dis- trict signify their willingness to support tho nominee of the Union Convention. The Hudson Times snys -'We agree with the call so far as it contemplates discarding for the present all questions except the upholding of the Government." The Pre'cott Journal says "It is un- necessary to say that we like its spirit nnd propose to go in to the music of the Union." The Prescott Transcript says tlle MISCELLANEOUS. Strong, 1 Surveyor, General Land Agent, and VTU. 3-34 O. F. Brown, of Doi-t'n. St. Croix county, Hudson idSu. Will attend to couvevancir o.i, Furnishing Abstracts of Title id-fin the Cuuri IJouee. JIarvrjr S. Clitpp, Insurance Agent. Conveyancer J'ulilif. Oflicc with Dawjon Hudson, Having an rt't-ordit, he perfocts in Croir County, and fur- of the same. V'ill make taxi's, ic. [April II City lluzik, J. S. GIBSON, Cashier. ;--u r the 1'ankiag Law of State Eastern drifts bought a received. Collections made .tlrurreiH rates of exchange. Xov.ai.lSSV. (3-3'i J. f. Schneidi-r, Sheer; Manufacturer o Sloghs, Cutters, and ay Work ilono'with promptness Shup on Wisconsin sts., be- sir.ci JJ str-.'CtJ. .'-.i.t- 13. It-GO. J- Greon, M. OKX TIST Particular attention tt'fth. Teeth iu- uu unv of base, from fuU M-t. OrricE ca 2d street, onpo- City 1U-.K-1. jt- a. witcox. M. Hosaeopathic KiverFallc. Wisconsin. corusr of streets S. MOFFATT, JUSTICE, i'FiCE in Block, Croix Lodje, ft A. X. a: MaMHiic Halt, Toxs- Eitxisu, 7 o'clock. .---r the Third Tuesday. Brethren invited to attend. I. H. SEELY. W. :V. C. E. DARLING. I O. O. F, "AX Xo. 55.1. O. of 0. F. f t vrr Moiiday evening, in "rfirs. GKO. K. OTIS, X. G., Wo have favored a union ticket from the first, if it can have for its ba.-is the uncondition. al support of the Administration the rebellion is utterly a this spirit their misguided follow- ers they are fertile in all the expedients of the devil, and as uiiscrupluous in use- ing thoin as his Satanic Majesty. Itbchoovs MR. LINCOLN and his Con- stitutional advisors, and all officers under him and them, to be equal to the mighty responsibilities devolving upon The eyes of freeraea throughout tho world are tnrned wistfully to the head of the MAETIAL LAW is Fremont has declared the whole State of Missouri north' of Lexington, Jefferson City, Eolla, Ironton, and Cape Girar- deau, under martial law. Every mau found in aims against the Government will property confiscated aiid .slaves liberated, :f he has General Fremont "has been driven to adopt this course, by the universal an- archy prevailing in Northern Missouri. A HIGH few days ago, Gen. Sherman w.is desirous of having tivo hundred picked men for some spec- until State Conventions. The Slate Journal, speaking of the Republican State Convention liberty, end the pursuit of hapiness, will hold our rulers responsible for the sacred trust committed to their charge. The rebels in arms, and a large majori- ty of the masses in tho terribly in earnest in this war. They huvc been taught that they are fighting for their beliuve that their cause is as just, and holy a.s was our Fathers in 1776. The Confederate army is at present larger than the Fedoral army, as well drilled and comin aaya "If a majority of the men in this Stato who voted for Mr. Lincoln are in favor of disbanding the Republican party in order to form new alliances, they will government of our Fathers, and millions ial service, and after looking through yot unborn, who will be entitled to life, j his brigade, he took tho entire number from the 2J. A compliment of which we may well be prond. A TELLLXG FACT 'WELL his patriotic speech last Monday, Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York, stated the case as to the origin of this war so seriously and admirably that it might be taken as the motto of all the defenders of the Carolina to scrape lint fore the voles wcre counted''' And it is a positive historical fact. ns well provided field pieces, and are fighting close by thsir homes and up- on their own soil. Their spies -roam everywhere, and many are probably still in the employment of our government. by those present, that the ball given under the management of the oil Thurs- day evening last, ivas a pleasant affair. PUAT.IE DU CUIEN BOAT HO-STAED, is to be the regular St. Crois Prairie du Chien boat for the present. She left here last evening on her first trip down in the new t.a ''c. THE LOUISVILLE celleut publication has.becorae a welcome visitor to our very many of our citizens have lately subscribed for it. The noble by PRENTICE in favor of the Union lost to him his en- tire Southern circulation, and the patriots of the North ai e now sli staining hinu The Journal is paper in all crea- tion. Here is a 'fcwgeihih.Fi-om the last secessionists are preach ing peace. Such preachers had better erect their pulpits in Richmond, aiid Chareston, and Mobile, and New Orleans, and Nashville, than here." are three kinds ol men, Hve ones, dead ones, and mch fellows John O. Breekinridgeand Humphrey Marshall." _ "JEFF DAVIS pnid terribly deer for the victory at Mannssas, and Uncle Sam i don't mean to let him have another at any price." THE Courier tells us uf Ou. piir Side "JfokoUy Hurt.'' OLD SQTTINT-ETUS I. A Kg NEWS FROM MISSOURI. for.cea stoit tlia wiH ntf in ''linn onA the beach, whcu il foind there wane 319 men Col. of the 20tli New ;York ftfiment; At this time it was fonnd impossible to laud more They proceeded up; the Mptoring one brass field piece and OM hone. Thd force then advanced 'to Port which bail" been evacuated, but As UN WORTH y "floating a Stillwatcr institution, dropped down to Pres- cott a day or tiro since. It will probably be noticed among the "arrivals." at that place, in the Journal of to-day. MINOR Co. have purchased a portable engine which they are now .using to advantage in threshing gram. T-hose that have seen it in operation speak of it in high terms of praise, and claim that it is su- perior to horse power. THE SiEAitEU'4H. S. splendid little packet is a again running regularly on the St. Cro'is. She has been refited, refurnished and 'looks better than Everybody likes Cnpt. QUAY'S boat and we hope he will make a small fortune with her this fall. Joy ix TUT. HOUSE OK notice by the last Times that JIa. HORACE A. TAYLOR'S happiness has reached a culminating that ht is a father! He announces his intention to immediately eater upon the "Infantry Prac- and will doubtless adopt his owu as .Daughter of the Infants.) We congratulate him upon the close resem- blance the child bears to its father. paper which was recently suppressed in the North for "telling the plain The Courier takes the utmost care si'dt to incur the least danger of e.ver being suppressed for any bucb reason." OL-R, neighbor of tho Courier says, that, in the prosecution of his editorial labors during the last few months, he lias had to "encounter a sterile waste." So have his readers." -THE editor of the Memphis Appeal complains that other editors, in copying what he publishes, don't say that it is from his paper. Perhups they m e asham- ed to." compelled to retire again, owing' to shells of the fleet falling therein, and marched back to the place of landing sad theie bivouaced for the night. Early next morning they again, return- ed, and the fleet commenced bombarding the second fort, called Fort Hat'terat. vhicli soon afterwards displayed vhite flag, when the fort wai enured byi oar troops. On'r officers were coadactml to the tent of Commodore Barron. who was in command of the and' tha Couiniodore. placed in the of Lieut. Wiogal tho following proposition; which was immediately carried to Gcneiarfiut- Memorandum of flag officer Samuel Barron C. S. 3T., offers to surrender Fort. HatMrw, with all the arms.aid munitions of oflicei-s to be allowed to go out with nnd the men wjthout arms to (Sigjied) BARgOX. is liie name of a new paper just started at Chip-' pewa K. GREQO, JH., editor and proprietor. Upon the subject of pol- itics the paper is sound, as will he seen by tho way the editor defines posi- tion in tho following brief paragraph "In in nil other things, the Union will bo independent; and in the present ciisis, we nre for tha Union, tliu whole Union, and nothing but tho Union, so help us God.1' Commanding Jfaval Defences of Va. and FOHT HATTKIUS, Aug. 29. The following reply was dispatched by Captain Crosby, U. S. N., ant Weigle: .F. Butler; -Major Ueneral commanding IT. S. A., in reply to communication of Samuel Barron, ooramaud- mg the forces nt I cunuot ad- mit the terms proposed. The offered that of full capitulation, tha oSccn aid inca to be treated as prisoner! of war. Ko other terms ndmissable. Commanding officers to meet on board the flag ship Mihnssota to ar- details. ,i......, Upon the reception of Com- modore called a council of war of hii LOST the Good Tcmplar'i party a ladies only a3 a gift, Wi'll the finder please return it to this office. D" Ciipt. MARK Dowxjt, of tli'e Stillwatcr Guards, is at home on a furlough. COMMERCIAL REPORT, LARGE SALAHIES. The Presidents of the Mutual Marine Insurance (Jotnpauies of New Yoik receive princely salaries. The President of the Atlantic Mutual re-. No cooutry Jver had a more formidable rebellion to put down. None ever had v uwt iui IT i. tiu v i TT elect delegates to the State Ccnv.ontion at ?take" the representing their views, and that body. is. fresh from tho people, with full power to act, can execute their wishes." trust when that Convention meets it rvill sec the propriety of ignor- ing mero party distinctions. It is wrong to wave our party banners when our j COMMON FLAG is in go shout- ing party watchwords when there should but ono rallying ury Qua this county we have yet to find tlic first republican who is in favor of strict Government as our Fathers imde it, what we arc fighting for, nnd it is worth far more than our lives, and our fortunes. "Eternal vigilance is the price of lib- and we shall lose ours unless the people of tho now loyal, states, are of one mind, and one heart. Vv7e can't wrangle on politics, deal in crimination aud re- criminations, nn.l unitedly support the cause of our bleeding country. We can't party nominations, party in this State, every town, who are opposed to the Ad- ministration nnd tho war, and to the men who sustain thorn. Let these put tip a ticket and voto. for it and lot iha men who believe that this, wretched rebellion must be subdued and the integrity of tho GoTCrnment sustuino.il. put up another Tiierc is a small I as Democrats find Republicans conduct probably a few in a bitter party strifes, and faithfully serve our common country, any moio than can serve GJD, nnd mammon. If r.-e .ill regard, as is our bouaden duty, oar be- loved country of more impoitance than the Sun Mutual of the Great Western SlO.GOO, and the Presidents of tbe'twb leading Fire and liile offices re- ceive each. The salaries of the Bank Cashiers vary from to A" T. Tribune. ticket and roll lens of thousands majority for it. For honesty's sake, let us vote on the one only living issue, nnd not on i the memory dead i Journal. voice of party.nnd struggle manfully and harmoni- ously with all the talents, and resources "Wo havw some Lope that tho Ropubli- cnn State Convention will adopt the course suggested in the above, by "ignor- ing party distinctions." But from the Democratic Convention we have no rea- son to expect anything of the kiad. If BERIAH BROWS, and men of that ilk are allowed to have their own wav, in the matter, we believe they will not only nominate strict party men but those who secretly sympathize with the enemies of (ho country. the GOD of nature has placed with our i reach, we shall again be a free and united But if we lihteu to the siren party demagogues, bo led by their teachings and neglect ns wo must our straggling country. Rebellion will EFFECTIVENESS OF CAVALRY. The Charleston JMerciiry, noticing tho atten- tion the Katioual Government is now paying to the raising of cavalry, sava "The meaning of this is clear. The enemy have discovered their weakness in a want of cavalry. They have learned that cannon alone is not sufficient for the emergencies of the battle field. Had they possession of a ftrong force of cavalry the battle would have bsen won by them, and our forces would have been cut to pieces. Had we on the contrary, brought upon the field five thousand horsee, Washington would have now been ours. Ths battle on both sides, was in that posture when a heavy force of cavalry on either side would have been almost an annihilation to the other. Richmond or Washington would have been lost or won.1' SHARP SCOOTEKS R. OTIS, Esq., years ago the editor of the Star, and of late connected ivith the St. Louis novr a Lieutenant in the 8th Regiment of Missou- ri in this vicinity, recruiting for a company of sharp he informs us is to act in the capacity of a scouting compa- ny for s.iid Regiment. Lieut. Otis' head-quar- ters is La the company leaves for Missouri, about the 29th of September. Hcnsox TRICES OL-EKKST, Sept' 4tli, 1861. Produce, "UNAPPRECIATED remon- strance was sent from this city to Gor. RA.VIUI.L protesting against Da. THOIINCII.L'S appointment as Surgeon in the army. AVe are infor riiuil by .1 gentleman who wag in the Governor's office when the document was hnnded him, that he r an his eye hurridly over the signatures, and with an indignant sneer cast it among the waste paper under his table. We don't know who many of the signers were, but it is evident llmt Gov. RANDALL ''don't know them if they don't want to sell out SIATE have received a circular from J. TV. HOYT, Secretary of the W. S. A. S., stating that owing to the fact, that the interest of the State requires the use of the Fair grounds, and buildings to quarter tho 7th and 8th regi- ments in, the Fair been postponed for this sea- son. The Secretary closes the notice of the postponement, in the following admirable man- ner "This meeessity is an occasion of profound regret, as it is even more important now thaa ever, and that the agricultural interests of the country should be carefully fostered. Itiscon- fidcntly believed, however, 'that all friends of the Unron and of theState Agricultural Society, will appreciate the reason and motives which have actuated the that nothing will be omitted bv either individual farmers or WHEAT bushel, CORN, OATS, POTATOES, BEANS, ONIONS CRANBERRIES, HAY, ton, WOOD cord, SALT, bbl EGGS, doz., BUTTER, tt, CHEESE, PORK, cwt, BEEF, 1JAJTS SHOULDERS, DRIED APPLES, DRIED PEACHES crushed do brown, pound, JIULASSES, y gall Java', pound, do Rio, do 0.15 the Tr, T> i w' i omitted ov either muiviuuu larmcrs or IRISH learn, says j A icl.uril ofour indus. lork Tribune, from the best j trial interests as a State, during this period of triumph, the sun of Constitutional authority, that a new Irish Brigade, j our eternal 000 strong at least, is to be organized in i New York, the command of which will Liberty set irrHb.e gloom of an night. WE'RE WITH appaars that tho State Journal has stated that the I Green Bay Advocate nnd this paper are j as Ihe 69th i tbo only Democratic papers in thi State j companies Philadelphia, Boston, i Cleveland, and other cities have pledged A StEiors ADTE.N-TVM: was A be tendered to Gen. James Shields. The Frenchman earned JOCK, who lives on i Fast Regiment of the brigade is now had. a fearful encounter with a bear a day I'EEBS. pr M. CORRECTED BY J. COirMuN LUMBER, PLANK........ FENCING, JOIST SCANTLING, SKI Ot) DRESSEDPLOOH! WO, Clear, do do  yi Jl be created' for General :B'tI0r." fendant, 1 hare levied upoa. acd shall, ex'pote for Hale andsel! at public rcndue to tlic the 5th day" of October, A: O.lgCl, at the hour or one o'clocii in the afternoon of T. COGSWELL, e Painter Glazier somo wisb i sillv to us Lexington remained in 'of Fedsrsl troopi 'J the animals'throat. patty notuiuations. When the people advocate party interests at such a time as of Wisconsin are controlled by oue press this, '.vcre it rediiced to a single snbsciib- or one man such reasoning way have j er tb.it ona a preach- j take Ins place in the ranks of his gal- Both legs and one arm of the man were terriblv- 'sat aad devoted mutilated by her arc from three inches in length. In nor death struggle VTISCOSSIS. .fcetwccB r but until thca it seems very iO such arguments. Let the j people (and not the politicians) i j repreiented in i people's Convention this fall and there will be no drawing of party pieces or parcels and lots of Jviiig sad being in the citv of (as the city wnis bonndcd cjid th'e'iiucs thereof forcemeats- reached there before t ten. sr.d no are now fslt for of tho place. In si on Ihnrsdayr Federal Union woic wounded, Liit DOM kilWl. Pope foe Qulncy tlm eveniaf sid will immedistelv coMmSnd in nsnosi'fai S3T By direction of the President, the j lait n'cek' Ue makef _ I tv.> fur fn.''! cr-> ff-n P. M. General has interdicted all com Do Yoc Tsixs So Toucg rear. j she set her teeth into one of tlie man's legs, firesides over the columns the Times, with- j and to extricate himself he wns obliged to prr j cui aUc-spting' to review the poiitioa tai'.-n bv i the apart frith a stick, which fortcBcly lay I i in reach Ot him. The Frenchman succeeded iu rt-acbin; as- ded at the I'.aic of laying oat artd cstabli'liing the lines of the following to wit: of the iwccniuc assertion, that "such E luuiiication mail or cMi al_hM mtcrdicted com- u foo'fen.-' Ah before the of Wood compelled him oMcc! with Uie itbcif, cither by conspeiesit judje in Ibis it-r.Uu j topvc'up. Hcwasa very powsrfui OTAD, ?uS A detpatcb to Courier horn Nashville of tbe31at the cffAmn of Forts'..Clark aed nortk irf i lata.s, is confiininl front Our-iwew fotiittrt'lwaTelT." It M __.. AlUl-'s.VMl.louiTingand bein is, the ccuntr Par Ifi ailltti WvijJ State ol'Wisconsin. Oil ivjis r 'lire Jonrnut ofth's' followed hur.iifis for ycar no2S-Tn. HESI'A'N   

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