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Hudson North Star (Newspaper) - December 18, 1861, Hudson, Wisconsin The Hudson Nortli Star. and 3. 8. STABB, Invariably in Advance Charges for Advertising year, On j ''brevier 3600 2000 800 1200 J500J 00 1; of lex'a! advertising as fired by j V UJj U M ill V 11. J are strieily observed. UNION FOB. THE SAKS OP THE THE WORXD AS IX DAILY WBEKiY HXWSFAPXB FOB -v--; Xationa! tirtalitiii k FtBil; Rrt 'jig JVcWrf been In exMeace for a wore than a vear.. h fcw a mined, in lliat short period, lo lie in Aroor- icaii to a perfoctlr aecurc nnan- tual 10 a. intlnxMce au4 which- IMS bnJv liven equaled oili- er ,1'tcr of mint HUDSON, WIS., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1861. NOTICES. D. B AKRON, Attorney and Counselor, Crolr Falls, Polk County, Wis. attend promptlr to all biipincps en- H- fare" in the courts of Wisconsin ?y'a. 18, 1661-tf. e-AY.j [II. L. Oray COUNSELOR AT iirusox, new blocs, 5d K. CJ-'i'.'Oli. C. BAKF.E. i'l-? Catinselors al law, fjubson Nortl) Star. DEC. ELWELL STARR, Enr-ross AND PUBLISHERS. J. S. ELWELL s. S. STARR. FOR LATEST TELEGRAPHIC KSWS sec fourth page, IV AH WITH ENGLAND. By (lie despatches we pubhVh it will be that the Queen of England has hold ix Privy Council over the matter of the capture of Mason and The council it appears carce to the con elusion of making a peremptory demand :if our government for the release of these :raitors, and an apology from the Unitnd States for their capture. France if is said sustains England. We can't see thai Capt. Wilks in go- ng UD board of the English steamer and THE REAL ISSUE. The real issue at stake in this war, is for tins Supremacy of the Government; for its existence or death President Lis- COLX is doing all in his poivcr to sup- press the mighty rebellion which has reared itself in antagonism tc iLe Union, the Constitution, and the Federal Lsws- The armies of the General Government do not fight to destroy the Constitution, but to save it, and make the insurgents love, honor and obey it. The only real issue there can be, be- tween the true loyalists and the rebels, is, the loyalists are struggling, aye, dy- ing to rebels to destroy. The loyal patriot fights for the government as our fathers instituted it, and the rebels fight against it, and liavt; inxriuned in its place a umv form of government to v. liieh they ehsirn they o.ro allegiance. Tils question of union, or disunion, of gov- tveather we are now hav- ing, is more like young Spring, rather than old winter. Instead of sleighing, we have good wheeling. PAY YOUR City Treas- urer, Phineas Esq. has received the tax list, with the assessed taxes, for the year 1SGO. on the real and personal property of the City of Hudson. j -In Poirrres Tat Worjd is issuWxciXT. CAVALRY cavalry squad, TO-DAY'S that has been forming here for Captain Hart well's company, to go into Wash- bnra's Regiment, started this morning for "I CO HERKBT GIVE NOTICE that I have received the Assessment Roll, .ml Tux of o---- -i v.ii, 1 UX their camp at Milwaukee. They go by the taxes levied for the year way of Bnrbank's stages to La way The following are the of those composing the squad: H. BTTRXELL. it! ward Guj AH Setb CoDSTT We neg- Daniel Meara looted to notice dial the County Board j f fixed the ealaiy of the County School Superintendent at S400 per year. Dr. Kiyke will earn every cent of it. stman DOSATIOX There will be a do- WISCONSIN Alison and Slidell, committed erniueut or no government, is now being liif-'h handed outrage against the Brit-! by ami disunionists ear Cost'liank St. 1 Pav.'son ish fhg.or maturiully violatr-.l tlie law of j the fu-.Kl of battle. Uiiion.Uts then, must iiilhei'c strictly to tha and We believe the act to have teen i-iglitly and bravely So be- ievinjr, we trust tlint onr Government j will nut I..: frightened at the belligerent the attitude 01 I England. We are one of who huvo thought ever sinr-e the, relit'ilion begun that the FiMenil nntion party for the benefit of fhe Rev. Mr. at the Chuich TI j" t aner on Tntusday (to-tnorroiv) evening, and John Andrew not "Fiiday" as before published AII Francis Keemiin Johu ftiley r-o-i" Olcy Pctrraon C E Meara Wm T Slater B F Grant Luther Fisher Frederick Crapp Peter Jetzer B R Prible C C Coon C L Cntlin -Muhuel Wilder Alexander McLoad James CriilU Kob C Barrows "VVm S Hai-UTcll Lewis Johns John V Mann Thomas Anderson Anderson Geo Stone Wra Holman -John Wilson Frank Keep M'm Hanev Frank 'Smith John IfcCourt Samuel Hamdcv Robert Down mj H H Williams are invited. SEED Wm. B. H.itch, has received a quantity of "hand grain sowers" which surpass anything we've -ecu fur sowing fast, and even with little rson (Jliurles Olcson L D-Drummojid Eli Nk-hols Aaron Frear B L Stone Fnuik Licster George Strong C E Men 1 Mark F Dustin Louis L Fish Jacob L Maim C F .Mominuia Geo A Dustiri Jiinips 11 Green Geo W Gibson. es prior to the 25th Jay of December, 16B1 will be required to pay "only two per cent Col- lectors fees, afts-r that per cent. Office on iVnlnnt-Street, over o Dec. ISlh.- PH1XEAS E. SOUTH, City Treasurer. Christmas' at.'Stw Tears Present. A SEWING MACHINE. A valuable and appropriate testimonial of a A puru eraiicc lo CHRISTIAN PHUYCIPLE AND CHRI3- TIAS TJtUTlfci 'will, guard ita and irniilA iu juil-- muiit of men and of evcriM. f t ii the org'a ga FATI1EK SOX IIUSBAXD BSIOTUER to hU to liia to bis to his L-- the laws, [.miish thuir and pro- labor. Our advice to .-very farmer is, to it j tect their liieuds in all their lights under get Price only tPi; Dollars. and (iowliS, Car- jj. (.Irocerifri, Ware, Yankee Xutiun-i. Xy. -i-, .Second tlic M.ircii 'J1.1W8. .'j. A I'll ill) II, M. Kiitlon :ii a-.i-i in Dry Uouds, Cluih- and Caps, Uro- i'r have the ci'immnml of the great divi-.iun of the Army of the is to movo tio-.va on thu strong lioid of rebellion. news from this loval slave z not represent the '-St. dhile snfii-ring wants of llio i State, show that Geneia! in loving But in tliis we are di.-nppo'iited. The radical Abolitionists are of aholi-hin'r t he institution at once, nor I 11 trap to-confjiu'r, and capture the. traitoi us I BiK-krier, anil bio entire force which ii-. encitinpt'J nt Green, nnd Cioix DKuict." St. Croix and Pierce Cimiiiie. now have un dist.iec nf their ov.ii, an.l Dr. UoarJsiey is tlie I B'oHand'wmU.s'a! mcuiber elect. Mote of the Wisron sin Stage Company, is in tmvn inaking tlie wiiitrr prowranime f'.ir singing. Augustus G-iyhml of the Stato M'l'iisnn. id ?peruUiig a few iu vicinity. is this till wish 10 aim ihc.-e shivcs, that as soon us this is dona he will fuku j Judge Wetlierbv leaves on Friday of have them fij-ht our battles for u.-. j up his line of march for for Chippewa V'.llev tci What mi idea lor sane men to entertain, j Unckner's force is saiil to be largest re'.sel hold court. ih.it Cuiistitiitiontilly. Cotiyiess can i army in the Northwestern border Suites persuns now iu slavery iu these United Th'-so who have this idea, had bettei read over the Constitution a tew times, and learn that Slaveiy is not a national institution, and that the National Legis- lature has no business with it whatever. We are lor using every constitutional i means to suppress this rebellion, to re- issippiwil! also move, and hear onr aim-i Wis. llsivinir an j establish the Union. We don't believe intiinmph. We trust our readers will f j l in respecting slave property any more j not he disappointed in the prediction wi- and its defeat will take away the last hope the traitors have in those. Wo believe that by the middle of Win- ter at I he fanhest, the rebel govt'inuie.ni will have to fle.o from Nashville, and take up their abode in some remote corner uf the cotton States, lor, when Bnell moves, the division of the army along the Miss- Uie same. Will make than any other kind of property belong- i ing I" ifiH rebels. As it should Jlo-.Koii City i have nioro protection than hoi-res or J. a. OIBSOS. Cashivr j or All these ill the sre contraband of war, Colli-cticns ninilo j il the insti'.niiim of Slavery is over. thrown during this war, il is the doings have made, that about Naw Years they ai d we will be lejoiuing over a great victor? won in Kentucky. S ITEMS. i-'. rates of c-xehan.cc. J. C. St-U ol the traitors who s arted this Liu: the (Jon.-tttuliiui and the laws must j ic to. It is our onlv auchur of! The Government has agents to y it her theeotlnn at the >Sontti, who pay thu negroes Scents per pouad i for all tiiry pick. Tlu> X.MV Y-.ik LECTCRK FRIDAY is to he a lecture at the City Hotel Hull, on-Friday evening, by GEO. A. SHERIDAN, o, Aihany. N. Y., on the subject ot the Rebellion. Mr. S. is fully posted on this all absorhing well reecom- mended as a will douhtless give an entertainment worthy of a good- ly audience. Ten cents admission will be charged to defray ilia expenses of the Hall. created intense excitement. The Rileigh, N. C., Standard, of Dec. 4th, le-irns from a relialiiu source that lii'lural regiments had taken possession of Portsmouth. ;Nortli Carolina, and thiit there art! ten Yankee steamers in Pamlico Sound. The rifirnld SATS Colonel Borland jus! rctmnud from Poeh-'thontas reports die Arkansas border siill in danger, ilie at Poplar BiulV uumber to 8.UUO. Tin: of the two armies have fru- the men he can poss- ibly get. liie Arkansas Post says quite a num- ber of letters have been opened and con- tents abstracted, on mail route between Lake Vilhiire and Memphis. A Ni-w Orleans dispatch of the 10th. Lieut. Shepard. coinnianiHng rebel steamer Mobile, anived at Brashears witn a Lieutenant and nine federa DAUGHTER; a IHOTHCn; a WIFE: or n SISTER. This gift is profitable and available fo- n life-time. It is equal to ten Senmstrcpaea An Annual Dividend of to 500 percent. (on its cost) uiay be obtained in its Jca.v R. President. D. CasAitr. ST, GHQIX VALLEY BANK, Hudson City, Wisconsin. DEALER in Foreign aud Domestic Exclmngc. Collections made at cunviiE rated of Kx- ehiinge. !nt rest allowed un cimu de-posits. ICTSt. Cioix, Pulk, and Washington County Orders, Jlini cauta Stutu Script, and Land War" .....'-.for sale. MESBIW. GWYXSE 4 DAT, New York, iLSLKV.ililwaukCC. HuoTiitnsTON i MEITI.XTO.S-, Chicago, BIBWELL i WAIEBI-, St Paul, Sratc issociation, 8c. Louis, ilo Doo.19.ltiSl.tr. Circuit Court, St. Croii County. Bridget Riley, PlaiiitiiF, 1 ngitinst Peter Riley. Dcfendeiit THE State of to Peter Rilcy, rr _____, 1 Dofendent You are iWbv ind required to aiusver ilie cumiilaint iu this ictioii, of which a copy. filed 'ii, the olliee ol the 'Jierk of the Circuit Court for said '.uunty of St Crnix. at the wiyi.f lludaon, on lie rJth day oj-Uucoinlier, and serve i copy of your ounijihiint on the -iil.sunbei-s, at thuirufliue in suiil city, wiiliii wt-ijly ilajs afu-r thu serviire hereof Jxdnsivi. il tliu ii.iv uf such service and il you fail to ai.swur ilio complaint as aforesaid, the plaint-ii will apply to tlie Court fur the relief demands in the complaint. W'tncss, lion. L. T. Wuthcrby, Circuit. Judc ou tins 12th diiy of A. D IdCl URAV HUilPH li KY. I'l'li's' Att'va of no. man, nna no of men. Ii i always oa the sid? of THE UNION, THBCOXSTITUTIOS AND TUE LAWS. In tlic .future, as it in the it give, to the AJiaiiiistralion a l.e.iny and viitor- ons support, becau.se io the war for the Union iweuty millions of people liavc coaHded to iu Jianda their for Liberal Institutions, Gowi Government. Nationality, and Freedom.' Jht all which would barter away lor whielttliu war is waged it will eppou peaet itttlfiill the successor the war the ftnunenet peace.. and will the prwcciition of war, ailJt tcoamny kut icitii rdtnltett loderal propurty is recovered. federal thority isru-csbiblUhcd, from the to the Rio Grnudc. Our corrujnoiiuvuti are Ktttchcd to the Vari- ou-' div isioi.ii of the army, will accompany ihcra wherever tbey go, and, free "of tha telegraph and the mailn. io tho ot J.'ltt WvrU A ..COMPLETE UISTORT OF AVAR, from clay to day and from month to month. IH the Weekly and Semi-Weitkly cdiUoni of j'kt Hrarld, vcpcciullr, large space will given to AGRICULTURE, and to ihe dcpaitmeiits of MASUr'ACTUIil NrO "AND MECHANIC INDUSTRY, To our C- rrcspoiidriwe of course space will b- given in the coming year. but tne -latest and most important" from London, 1'arU, Turin. Rome, Syria. Cliin.i. Oalifornia, 'Japan, Egypt mid South Aineri a, our corriMtpoudcuU will promptly md, britflT send us. ALL THE KEW3 wil! be found in the columns of World, in every department of bniauu activity, SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Wisconsin. Cii-ciiit Cuurl dt. Croix County .J Jlicliael Maguey, Jolin D. Lmldfii, Frnuiclin R. Smith, -Wescoti V ilkin, Isaac r. D. He-n-d, Eruatu3 S. Ed NEW ENGLAND Fine ASD MARINE Ix- SL'UASCE again call the attention of the public to this reliable Far be it from us to reccom- mctui any insurance company that wn do not know to ho perfectly reliable. The Xcw Englami we know to he one of safe indemnity, and can say lo onr fuends I hut losses in this Compinv wil The Louisville and Nashville Railroad has stopped receiving freight at Nush villa, the rolling stock being demand to transport troops to Bowling The Cofodenue States Court at "Rich- mond, the 9th, decided change of citizenship after commencement of hos- tilities, can protect alien enemy's prop- erty from soqnastration. The- Governor of Mississippi calls on citizens for nil the weapons they have for the use of the robe! ar v. Provisional Governor Johnson has is- sued a call at Bowling Green for -0 companies of volunteers from Ken- uicky. The first battalion of Tennessee cnvnlry are going into quarters at Eattlc in Western Virginia. CHEAT MOCXTAIN, Dec. 14. On yesterday one of the hardest nhcl best fought battles of the war was fought rill be at Allfghany Uamp. Pocahonta.s connry. H. Milroy, command, i our only anchor of j j be Viiginia, Gen. U. H Milroy cpmuiand- -.j' u.jui- with ami to it we must ns tbe i !hera wih not be loss tha-.i Lmh j (.1 o- i OK j inS Union troops, Johnson, of -S-M to the ship, and 1 :-.i the Fc.leral army thj close j at lUe Georgia, cummanding the rebels. 'Jin- i -n i i ,i v i Ustedlrom davliX-ht tiil 3 o'clock ".L no step, will render tho ,e- i j ]a Uuion ,oss J. 31. unii'ii ot the Stiites impossible. has sent two to i THE YORK call the iibont 30. rebs-1 loss was over 200. Aim the Slaves, no never, siiy we, un- j ihn conit'denHe Congress at Richmond. of our leaders to the prospectus U: u> troth. Teeth in- i r ru-a mi -uiv kin.i ufhnse. from '''s-s I't-'tDmos u military necessity, ami .-iccMiints say u will not be moved ol the i' 'vi. ou iJ strt-vt. oppo- jt j.s al! non-ense, should that fata! nei-es- j'lo N.ishviile us reported. 30. 'J'hf rebi-1 loss was over 200. iini; aM-ijorand many oihor of tii-eis, nnd thirty prisoners, ftep. John '7 i" "IT son was shot in tlie not fa- ancttier cuhunu ol the tor. e I York ,ujj ol the I ..--r- l-Stll.-lv. sity ever arise, to talk of making soldiers j jjncoriinient has forbid- as the fn.iiy equal to any The 12-'h G-orcriix regiment suffered j uf tht-m a par with white soldieis of j Uniti-d S-atos. or Ctmfpdcrn'e is tha -.rhole countiy. As a polit- I iri-ist. GI-U. Milmy'i; IOH-P nntiiberod i ilio Nmih. aiui to fight side bv I vcsseN to ifuniu in it- p-iri" over tweniy i noKsp.ipur it is superior to snv .iitn-r innn Oth and ISUi Indiana, IVor'-inr'iiuCil! llu- idea that the Anglo Saxon, Gef i ,ullr at -i tisae I pui.Hshed in the. citv ol New for aml 23 Ohio, aud 2nd Vir- '-11" ri-ginicnt. Juliason s forces jium- Liomuauy, BY virtue of u judgement nnd decree mad. in the above e'ltiilcd oa the J-JU day of November ISfil. I shall for pur- pose ofsiitfciyjng said juilgcniont, lor sale and sell to thu highest and best bidder at the front door of the Court House, iii the city oftiudion tit. IJroix Couutv Wisconsin, on tlie 15lh day of March, A. D 1S62, at o'clock in tliu altcraoon of that, day, the following dc- cribcd niortguge.l preiuisea, to wit: Lot number one Section Tliirtr-fivo in Township number thirty of Range "num- ber twenty (20) nil of said land Ivina and be- IIIJT in St. Croix County und State o'l AVisconsin. Dated, Ottice, Hudson, Dec. Jljth ik I t I -n 16B1. S DOIXIK, Sheriff of St. Co., Wis. DAIVSOX i: Ci-Ari', IM'lTs Au'yV. [declS-13w SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Wisconsin, uisin, 1 iii County. J Circuit Court, St. Ci James If. Grantj against Alfred Day, "Medora K. Day, John S. Ifunson, Uicliurd L. Dny, John S. Thompson, G. II. Wilder, A ben Day, Wurvhaii Uiiswolij, Al- F. Day, Uliarles G. O.iniel F Scv- moar. Hciirv A. Whit moar. Henry A. Whitumaii. Ciiui-.cs Sanmelii._Kclloyg, B. Kcrfjy, Arnold '.'-M. R HATCH. M. D.. and Surgeon, nhuUMilv nian- j or and taste has been j __-j-jie Journal -md the 1 hrensra' news, and its ahia and cnn--erv i- I Mich, or can be made to be Mich, that j Cuion of Kentucky were dis-uMsrie-i 'ive on Matters. A cluh they will serve side by sido iu j wj.j, tiie Message but his i IS ferrtlinS for this valuable journal at the companies, regiments or brigade.s with of Cwucioasieport restores Office' N'-yrnes, i- jirt-posttrous. It is j.nujj.jpuce :o think ol tuakitic erlicient '2 000. Indiana fought bravely to the after or u club of ten copies, an extra cow will sent Jor one For a c'ub of iiliy cofict, the Bailr, aud tokly win gcnt for yor; THE WEEKLY WORLD. The Weekly WorU coiiuina all the and the most important ucm mutter oanlatned n the daily edition, together with a good orig- iial story, or simr: brilliiiut production from he best i-'nghsh nori-lirt> and periodical wri- ers. In no other weekly puper publUh-d in his country arc f.iiin-i itucli lullcommcr- ial mid niarket iC-JKH-W, and yineral uewt In- elligi-ncc, with so much editorial imtti-r of uiiecell-incoui reading, L-i in the -tVaKly WorU. Fri-.-i- Two Uollars a year four copied UJOM diJress, i'ivc copien, Tweuty )ollar.-i. can receive tin Vi nklv, iiwlc ii: Out Ool'ar year. opifs. Five C'cnU, 1'iiblialied on For a tluli of .ten un extra copy will' e sent for rear. a club of tircntT Srui-Wcek- v will be KCIIC'for 0110 year.- For n club of Hfty die Daily to nt for tine jx-ar. tier, ut tht-fniiil (ioor of llii! Court in the city oi He. Coitnt'r. Wi.4on- I ou the J5tii day of ilnrch, A. li., ItlS, ut two o'clock in die aitcrnoon, ol siiil dav, the preciisce, lo wit: Lot nine (9) in block D, in Russeila addi- tion to llutiiou 4 anil 5 iu bl-ick F. _Kor a c'uh oi' one hundred coping the Daitr, r.nd icmi-m-ctly wijl be for audition io n Iot2 in neir thirty (30) in Hon and Dailcv's aduition to Uur ;_ lot 7 in block, li. in Ea5t Hudson Juy hfil> i G, in block D, in addition to Hud- -1 i a. i m t.util-1. I UK j m fja UCli HUtiJ LH'll fO tiU'j' TDK ST. VALLEY AND THE set nie to their Camp and retreated to the south i-S t fit il.t il ka..L- r_..._ .1... I An leans, such are to bo fmiri'J rui Ticasnrcr lias Uie Soiitlierii plantations. Iu the camp t i circular to county troa.-uiers aj I he ison Journal pre'pmlit to give ig the number of volunteers furni-heu bv thu Slauntun. Cren. Milroy has diiven last rebel army out of Virginia. -1 '-lU-udins back from the I tint utreirt 66 feet, in in Bueiia Vista. (r.oir HudMn luel mentioned piece bc- inj more particularly described jas follows Our fricndi in the country will bear la mind the for lor city isi A word yf eom- mvJiJaliuii way iutfprimt, iffrmn bat JiaW of Wr
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