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   Hudson North Star (Newspaper) - May 28, 1862, Hudson, Wisconsin                             II. R for _, column, per r yctr, ,'ei column, per year tieToljo, per yetr, (bw< THE AS IT WAS. rir.c Folio, 1 Folio, 3 [.efishtUire are acridly observed. WE DNESDAY, gubsan 2tolj Star. Physician fend Burgeon, HUDSON'. (Mice tie City 2d Street. Grar Ilnmphrer, 8L-CCEMOKS TO f iierbT Gray, and to Humphrey Wilson. UTOIISEVS iSD COUNSELORS AT LAW, WBDITESDAY, MAYaSi 1882-'. EL WELL KDITOSS AND rUBUSnZES. '.'.I J t S.S. STARR.. 31.1861. CLOL-OHU ar.fjtr C.-IAKEK CloDxb A Baker, Attoriisjri aBd'CoanjelciMval .laiw, al'DSOy, WISCONSIN. JJ- Walnut St. 1859. _ I; BUEllrTk. RichardMn fc Biirhyte, IThoIewIc and Retail Dealers in Staple and Dry Goods, Clothing, Oarpeta, Boots inJ Shoes, Hati and Caps, Groceries JindTro- Ti-ioiu, Crockery anJ Glassware, ffooJcn-warc. Paintj, Oils, Kails and Glftss, ic. Store on Second ttreet. ladjou, April 14, V' (4-nG THE NEWS. The .disastrous which we give i onr telegraph despatches, will no oubt startle our readers. It is the first reverse whiuh ha? met the arms of the Grand Army, for'tlic last three months HOME AFFAIRS J1UDSON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 3" Our paper is 'too full'for utterance- tins week. -We give to news and "de- fer other mattera. Jp-.AtteEtioo.is. called to the advertisement of the. .celebrated Bcloit Messrs. O-ns.'i: BED: nr of which 'We do- .act regard .the suc- cess of thV rebels fri this little en-coun- ter ns at all _ decisive to them. llio news from SIcCtEULAK and HAL- LECK is good, end more Ilia-n eotapensates' for OOT nxiafortnnes i-n BAKK'H division. T. E. in Stone Stoves. Implements, Water Lime, all kmtl-i tf Tin Aij'iit for Threshing ehinc3, Reapers, Manny's' Moline MiHs, Double-Ham! -Corn Corner of Protit itta.) J. PHYSICIAN- AND SURGEON, RESPKCTFULLT proffers liis "profeKpioimi ifrrices to thu ciiiicns of Hudson niid vi- ni'.r. CT Office i. S. MoR'ai. A.D.G.-ay. Hudson, SOT. CALLED c-pnu MORE SOLDIERS. -the following despatch it will lie seem that our State is expected to still another rpgiraent of soldiers MAMSO'N. Gov. Salo-. man to-tUy isaiictl proclamation calk ing-fpr anotherregiment of infantry.__ .recruit companies or paits of 'companies in the shortest possi- ble time, are invited to "apply (or reernit- ing appoin'ments, ns-t-he time allowed for the organization is short. In many respects. as to the p.iv of officers of this new rogiinent. I he 20th, wi-Il be ade-irnble ono, nnd it will be thoroughly CT The Circuit Court is in session in Pierce county this miles from Triinbsiiie.-in the -big rroorLs.. D" Mr. Griffith ia limiting 'arrangements to open a room for the accommodation of those' cau afford to..boy ice cream and Mda. irater. D- Dr..'Vanuatu, of this county re Mired an appointment as Surgeon ii.'the arrav and has been assigned to Gimp Dou eago. Leloh, of thia mernber of Hudson City returned'home onSal- .nrday'havipg received discharge- BASS'S ABMY I on neotmt of physical disability. He'left tbe JJiJf JbAlED- I i bojsst Ship Island, and reports tnemeujovlna tolerable healtU-and not in the best of spirits. KETIIEAT A.CHOSS THE POTOMAC.! fsnd they tXTEXSE1 are supposed to know) that Mrs.' STUBTFFAXT has the nicest stock of bonnets, ribbons, artifi- cial Ac., for sale at her millinery es-, vv- inthbcfcr. thteg i received by the-War Dopanment stale toat Sanfes was attacked .at Winchester tins has-fallen back toward HahperY Ferry. 1'he are .often.used up Js_ reported- in large farce. jy too much ssch isoccaaion- and those who-wish to procure any'kind of a head-gear erurauc fail to suit themselves. tlw enemy Great sympathy i.i the Uu. ion men of VCfnchestef sn'd'vici'uity, WxsHreoTojf. MJW :is the latest received at the Wai m'enl from General -Banks: r; The more they are It isaisoreporled the rebels liave lelt Itichir.oTid, and have moved -North, to take ogfeusivo. Chi- p-.Dr. Speaker of the Assembly paid his constituents in   R lurgp and extensive slock of guaranteed lorSc. purchased the bt'st wholcsxle mnn- Isdson, Oct. 9th, lS61.-ly. ilnrvey S. Clnpp, and Insurance Agent, ind Xotary Public. Office with Dawson 4. Attorney. I-Iudson, Having nn ibsiriictof the records, bc.sxnmines, perfects lilies to Unda in St. Croix County, and fur- ibstsncts of the same. Will make collections, pay taxes, tc. [April 13, '59 wade in wsier vvaint deep and draw thir- ty row bonded with nrms and am- mttnitioTi, a p.iilo uml iialf through cnirrpnt whidi Gon-Butler sayH "ran like a mill race." This was done after they had rowed the miles, and marched seven under b: oil ing Knn. We are assured from a reliable source that two hundred men were detailed from 4ih by Col. Paine, for this difficult and hazardous service a-nd plac- ed under the command of Maj. Board- man; and that tlie expedition was con- ducted in n manner "that elicited high praise for both'the men.of the 4th snd thm'r commander. The Major, says B reliable correspondent, showed he was much at home in handling an oar, or in D" There we a large number of teaioa now being formed in this couaty, aTd lat thi-re wua last season. REAPER. 03" The Wenona lost week made a round trip from Hudson lo LuCroae Hiid butk in forty- five including the time occupied in dis- charging and taking m e. Urge lo.td of frei.-ht We cull that speed. mannging a fleet of boats, as he vrns n the nsa of (lie sword, or in commanding a battallion. and his conduct elicited marked raany friends of Maj. Board man, in this city and at La wberohe'claims his residence, horse belwuging to p. H Lyman, and attached to a light, wagon became fiigbtened irenr Waluut ttrueto.r. Moudav. run through the streets at a fttrious rate, aeattering things gen- doing nu particular dam.ige. signs of the times indicate a decided revival in business in -this citv. The past week tr.ide has been better than for a Ion" time previous. Farmers have mostl. their Spring work and can now Epare tl vi.4t town, and luy iu tkoir needful supplies. I.v 4th Is nOvr at, or near IS ew Orleans. A oorrcspoisden of the lork Evening Post spealts oi the He-- of Farmers is called to these Superior Machines. 1 here is no other machine offered far sale that combmra so MANT good qualities as does the Keloit .Reaper; such aa its Light Weight, Ease of Draft, DuraMhtr Style of finish, and It is the only TWO-BORSE machine in the country that cuts six FEET in width. Farmers, before you buy, call at.the atoraof UTt3 BRO. nnd enmine this machine. It is expressly a TWO-HOUSE horses be- ttiK able to cu: from 15 to IS acres pur day mitt ease. r J' We can also the "BcoKETs Jfowia wnicn is without a rival. of Ketiley'a regiment liavo anived'in the city. They-' report th'at they were attacked by a largo1 cavalry force., under Ashby, "ltd several regime'iUs of ftitantry.' Tliiv to our advance, to After about. ISO 'riinnasrrotn'onrw (he rebels withdrew; 'A pottion of Uvjdson biigndo cqising on. they.-enMniped .within.' ynrds. of the batteries oil bnt retired. "lt commenced ar twelve' o'clock contimieil till men t have 'been received. The enemy oectfpy Front Eoyal. Gen; Geary occupies a ntrong position on the uiannassas' Enilroad at White Plains, and has Been re oiiforced. raiRD OKBPATCn. isneu me to J. TV. Stone, u.-norof Firrt snd Walnut streets. Oct., aist, 1857.- (3-34 O. F. Brown, i5tcr of Deeds, St. Croii county, iryousin. Will attend to cpnvcynncing Kuruialimg Obstructs of Title ic. Offieeiii the Court House. t-ian. April 00th, 1859, n. J. Homeopathic Physician. River Falls, Wisconsin. OKce corner of Third n'n'dSUple streets will bn pleased to learn that their confi' tlcnce in his soldierly' qualities has not b cfn Patriot. City Guards and Jeff erson County (rti.irds comprised the force mentioned above, from the 4th Regiment. North Carolina A'ews. Nr.w YOBK-. May has the following A gentleman just arrived from ment surrounding the St. Qharla Hotel whUc the band took its place upon the bulconr. ,nd the whole evening reeled the citizen's with of Ha-l Star D.nnc-r, and ankee DoetUe. Wonder Playing tu aueh.amtnaprBciKtive audience. Tribune, North Fraidrnt. D. W. Cathier ST, CROIX VALLEY iANK, City, WisconsiM. in and Domestic ExcKitige rtioa! made at currrm' ratair of ifx- "-Howeil on time deposits. Polk-, and f f-'. Jlnu-wota. State Script, and Liiud War !ur sale. DAT, STcw York, i IULET. Milwaukee, ox it XEJTLVTOS. Chicago, WAIST, HOTEL, HL-DSOX, WiscioKMX, (JiS boto leased re-itted V the snbscrtb- t. c- ftH Sp.1re IM> pnlM tbe comfort of its gcnis. M the dtrrtsscd condi- tbs tint y 1 _ NOTICE -I--..; open, for Uw Stock of wid Co. in office in r Order Charter Metnbm 'of -Co. w BarfjoB, AprH Slit; [tf.J FAIBBAlfKS' Carolina and who was a.pnspnjjor on the Oriental gives tlie foHotving Interesting itpms of from that. iStato. Crs-n. Dnrnniile has seized all (he Com- missioacrs of tlie tr.wnpf Edeiifon. North Caioliua, J. O. .Ciand, A. J. Lover Rooglever, S. A. nnd F L. Rob- crts. taken thetii to his hpadqaarters at Ncwbcrne. Thn' filth mil arrstcd, being c-otifiiied. in bod by TH. ST. Caoix K...VGERS.-A from -Add" dated Jefferson City, Mo., con- tains tbe following items of interest The Regiment receh cd all their horses Mtl arms ou the 7th of this mocth. and were order- cd to rturch for Jeffuraon Citv on the loth 1 lie boys were glad to leave St. Louis. Regiment wiu under marching orders again oa the racabcrs of the S Croli Rangers TC-iify these statements at anj time. HuiJsoa.May 23th, 1S52. OTIS BRO. CERTIFICATES. .r _ RIVET. FAt.ts, Dec.9, OTIS 4 Sins of the inst. is received. ;inj it giv-es me grant pleasure to grant yfvs the certificate you ask .nr. Ever- one vrho iiA3 witnessed lul opunition of your Ur-ioit Reaper ia struck at once with its supcrioritv over ever o-hc-r kimiiniisc. I hare owned and used the best self Raker, I erer sair.aad have taken special pains to examine the various kinds notr-cUim- ;ng attention, and I have no hesitation in sav- ing that the KEAI-ER is, in all respects without a rivM. It is light draft, (two common horses being able to cut from 15 to J3 acres per dny with case.) It cutscieun-srorks well 1.1 lodged is not liable to get out of repair. Duraig its work in my fit-ld. m.-my of ov.r best farmers vis-ted it, andrefrvouc ofthuai pronounced it tire fc.-st Reaper thev lud ev-r seen. Yours Trul.v, GEO. W. PKATT. Having used the Bt'oit fteapcr, we fullv concur it the above from Mr. Prate in regard to the same. DA.V. Fnjiz A. S. GKAI-, J. A. ZOTMAV, JAMO T. STAZR 11. PLTEK OLSS.X. R.D. D. DAF, A.n.WEiD.S. JOXES. Hay 25ih, 2 p. Hon. E. M; Stantcn. Seentary i.f The rebels attack-oil nt dav brenfc in great force, estimated at 15.000. consist- ing of E well's snd Jnckson'H divisions Oar right end-left wings stood-well fnr a while, when two regiments brokeline'nn- der fire of tbe eneiiiy. The right wing fell back and were ordered to withdraw! They passed the town in considerable confusion, but reformed and continued marching in order !o Murtinsburg, 2'2 miles distant. -Our entire force was less thnn consisting of Gordon's and Donley's brigades, with two regi- ments of cavalry. Our IOSM is considera- ble, us was that of the enemy, but cannot now be estimated. [Signed] Jr. P. HAKK3. >QtT.vr.T'M REYOXD M.ty 25th 5-45r M.1 I this P. M., Bays A prisonor capnuud f .J (lie rebel force in our rear is tobe strength- ened their purpose is to enter Mary- land at two points, Harper's Ferry and Wiliiatnsport. He confirms all we have haard in regard to the rebel force here. We nil passed the Potomac safe, men. (rains and all, after making march of force succeeded in surrounding i'he firsffight and repulse took place east of tlio Slienandoah, atrd finding the foreo of the enemy too gruac.. Col. Keuley re- treated to the west. side, destroying the principal bridge. On the west side of the .river. ho rande another stand, and Knapp'n iMtter.y mowed the rebels down with shell ami grape. Thay fired ia all, .nearly two.buu- droil rounds. Kenley received a mnaket shot in the 'neck cluring the. first bin oontinned orl horsiebauk uatil t'.io closa of tiie day, when was placed iu au ainbuliinco- perfectly cxhansted. The last fight took place auo'at forty milcH ihis side of Front Royal, th'o offori being. to fall bfick in order expecting reinl'orcemoEts moineDt.irily from A.meidbef of KnappV battery who es- caped. says. the Muryland regiment fought bravely, nr.d that Col. Kanley ltd them to bnyor.et chuiges. ,.IIo.alao tays that on-the 'third roach of" Ash- by '-t cavalry he' dispUyed a white, flag until within pistol.' range, .When Colonel too hot for aad A to the ar DepanapiJt, laya occurred lo-day. VVa itia enemy from' Mfchaniciville, from New Bridfire. squndrons of the 3th'111Inqii'Cj ''t idgfl The Foiirth' ilichigsn 'about tha Fifty were taken, and fifty., killtd. ,Onr low ten killed Two 'airy, ui :ip the and destroyed: of the Richmond and Fredoriclwbuttc rond..: aiechanicsviila, now occnpiail by tmr irnrips, ia i5ve miles from IlichinpndV SON-DAY, May ncie ia encamped five miles beyond' Bot- tom's Bi-idge. .To obuin thii they to engnge Gen.. Our losr two killod end iix r'cbo! bVabout JSriyV Odnirabands-from'-nichm-on.ra.y't'Ki.t the inhabitants. Ditirille. All capaWojof bearing arms ed .to remain.., 'Eicitemcnt in 'NFP.OtfT were all well aad iisgood spirits. Cox hus been vnpeinted 2nd Lieu- to fill vacancy caused by tbc rcsignstion Thoy nre held fls for the safe return of Mr. Wbjic. a. Union pilot who was siisi-d iy ihc -Coni'misiouers whi.'e on a visit to kis xvt'v at Edenton. Gen. Burnside intfiids to send one of the commifiiooera u> Haleigh, TME ST. Cnoix Tavlor Falls Re- ys that i.rrangemt-nts aru'u-ing made to have our daily raa'ifcarr.'cd bv boats. Fur OOT pan we do'not see how it ran be carried in any other v.iy', and have the matter satisfacto- ry to the peuplu of the St. Croix VniK-v. The line so long that it will be impossible, espe- cially in tiic Spring and Fall, without in-.-, a large expenditure of mo route, to make (ho schcd fiesh. Via hope, therefore al! concerned, that the REFEREE'S SALE. State o-f WiscODsin, Circuit Ccurt, St. Croii Countr. J Ciiarles Y. Dennistoc. Piaintilf, Alfred Day. Mcdorale. Dav, John S fon, G. K. Wilder, Albert Dav Albert F. Day, Charles G. D Pi. i n' Henr3" A. Whitemnn.' Ohnrles Colhn- v------' T' B.K John phy. Franklin O. A very. Henry E. Uibbie Biekfonl. W. Clirk Nathaniel Higgins. B. L.' uicrrill, James C. Savage. Keith, Micajah Starr. Aaron Si.' trayiijrd, ilureus D. Uilman, Jefca Cochriu anu tliraiiijinsley, Dufcndan'.s. BY virtue of judgement made in the above action on the 14th dav of il.-iy I shall for the purpose of satislvi.! i V nenry A. Whiteinnn, rles Collins. Samuel Kellogg. ElUb ii. Cornell, Sidney Cornell, isoii O. i-lMsS-Hig. Mon-ill, Hzckiel 35 miles. [Signed] K. p, BANKS. Major Ot'tieral. New YORK, May 25.---Heiald's cor- respondence from Bsuks' diviwion wrilea that Sevan thousand men had been attach- ed to the rebel force in" iho Shenuhdoah Valley, and that the whole force was said to 18.000 to with 34 pinces of artillery, ouo.of rvhich waa a 24-pputuler rifled gnn On tho 9ih of-May he-unit) there was a large rebel force in ;lhe tiibnntatHs in thai vicinity, but Gen. Banks hud enough men to keep them in oheck. bur, it np- pears on the 15th ihkt both and Gen: Geary wvre Ironii Gen. Banks'- and their troops transferred to McDowol'H division. in a letter of 17th we finrl'thst those Generals and thoir furcea had left to join MeDowelgi and that two days previomi? a union of forces had been "effected tween tjie rebel Genei-iils Johnson, Jack son and Ewell, and they wore marching the divided an'd'reJuced forces oV Binks, Ti'.e telegraph now brings ns the in- telligence that Genera! Banlcs has fallen back before a tnperior force of rebeln, who nre occupying tho wholo of the Shsnandoah Valiev, which has cost un order.was'givcn to ordered them to cease firing. .The white flng was thrown down .and tho enemy rushed on cutting nnj whing und refusing allxjuater. Lieiit. Col. Diisbare and. Major.Miller aro.botli reported and prisoners. May 25.--The following the sutameut of Capt; George the first Maryland regiment, who in effecting his osciipo in the fight at Front Royal: About 10 o'clock in the morning, n Qpgro upon horseback came dashing jnt0 cntop, crying ont that the rebels were coming in great "and they will and cut yon At first the njen Isjighad at him, -nay- ing they had wajtod so long for them, they did not believe a; word of it. As soon, however, as (Joi. Konlcy ssir the man, ho becamo satislicd of their pconeh. Tho long roll was sonnded nnd tho men lesponded, hastily to their arms, forming lino in companion. Vorv aoon the rebais made .their appenranco, snd utrange to say, .not- a H'hot firod- by-the, of tlio-lst 'Mn'ryUni regiment, .ll may: tinva been in conse quence of, sudden turn in the rpnd.'bat csptured. Com- paiiy R was ordered to deploy as akirni- ,i.-.hnrs. and support- a section; of- K Pennsylvania battery, wliith mnstered about forty men. lit the luoantimo, the Lieutenant Co- lonel of the a small detachment of his rnun who had been act- ing as a pioneer corpse.1 tlao'-formed and pri-pared to rewivo.; the- enemy, The .battery was engaged, ami discharged shot and. bhclI for nearly two :hours, until nearly all ammunition had been ex- hausted. The firing was there, is no doubt of its! efficiency. able, however, to "sneh Gen. McCIellan rnpoiu tltat k. ii' in front bf Richmond.' Gen.' rUHeckfaat; bwn CBfi force. A diiipateh ttatiM that Banks .made good 'has ratimt acroM tho Potomac "Furry. n rp, -f J He tjity is from iho-Va'lleyc Banks -fought houi-H. rhe rebels underNtW, tur ndranciog from'wrnelieslor to' Har'par'a Ferry. KttmoVs That' vancing to Mippnn Eorell and It ia also stated ,1 there .ir atill another force bofddes him Prompt. hare boon taken to meet, the andoah. Importnut Pr ALL RA.ILnoAD3 8ION OF 'THE' GOVfiRNltKMTT. by' arrnngemiints for hiv- Mr. White has "been conveyed to demand j mfi ike carried by boats n-itl bo completed his release. Tho cr.nfednrates..threaten-to I bet'ort; contract eiTect. i; cau be hang Mr. White, and Gen. BtmiKide ljaao Jhat manner chDapcr than in an? oihcr White, intends that ail the comirriKwnners" shall swing for it in case t'he con-federates cxa- ciHo.tbeir threats. wore tirfcen.to in steamer Ocenii Wave', in charge of Mtijor Jurrlino, and n guard "rorn bis_regiment. the Hawkins Zouaves. The Newbern papers of the 20th men- .the return of the expidition of two from Pollocksville where thev met and disported rcisel cavalr-r. No cas- naltks are will give tUc'peqplc better TITK Thert! the fuilowingiiescribjd Heal JEat-ite, to Lots three and four in block-J.'arM lot nine in O. in Uibson, and Massev's Hu-Jsin, uljo three and four ia block us Days aduitica to Hudson. St. Crou County VTisconsin. He BAE--S Dated 27th. fieferrc" Gr.iy i Huvpnsrr, Piiuntifrs Attornev'i, to the .Rescue. .THE OCT. May 25, Gov.. Cortin issoed the foilowing proclsroation >May..26.. j Genswil Order 23 of pressing n the present emergency, it is ordered aod of regiments thronghopt. the Com- RiOQWc'alth, mnster wittorjt all {h? is a petition before the Common C-ouncl! for an at.propriaiion to build a fence "around the cemetervin this city, i We can -cosccive of no better way of espead- I ing money thin by improving ocr'pablic burr- ing grounds, bet before the prayer of the pc- titiOBerji is we desire to matter in rcg-.ird to the cei J better nosr, than ac a uay The truth is, our present ccmerer? is cot what it" should can jtbe-ciiile so. It it aot ta tbe right pfece nor .a .it quarter b.rgc enough. The idei of Iisviiig a cemetery ia the middle af a toira is most absurd, and in almost such ciscs they hava to be removed at some ume. And for'so large a piace as this is now, to'svy nothing of what it; in fif- teen or twenty years, twenty acres of !aad U i S sma.ll enough space for a pabito csnictery 'X OTV is the time thai 5ach matters the sllaUed. spax graves, improvements TtsS JACK JEFF DAVIS, ILL be fonn-3 for nervice'thc ensuinjr sen- son at the f.irm of Ceo. W. Murtia, Hnrison and Joseph ro.id. some trouble to rescna from. their clutches pe- WASHISOTO.V, May passed a vsrj excitiug retire, which-.was :.iml the entire column-moved over tho Sbenandoah riv- the day in. Wabbington. The inteligence received last evening to the effect that Gen. Banks had t'allea back from Stro.s- bnrg to Wincheswr, was .understood to I Ces. indicate rather a precautionary measure on his part, than the resnit of any im- mediate movetnenc of the enemy. The news of. this morning, anr.onncins the occnpation of Wincfaepicr by Jack- covered by ii compa- ny, of tho 5ih-N. Y..-cavalrv.: about military poieeiiion of 1 roads in tlio.UBJtcd -and. ter thi.i mail' further ordered roets tlmt the 'rcHjject'iVe panies. their officers ind' hold themselves for trfM-isportauon and mnailkJiii of .war as may. ba by to the excJukion of all o buisness. TEOOP3 -this The wily and barbaronvnorde'of'traitori tf.ft f L. i L i a'nd-ta again the national npitaU icv tiayo.attached, ar.d and Advancing ington. The President' calls on chtisetts to risia itV will nod irgm_ report on the Hudson, son, and the withdrawal of afusr- an ecgagemen.t of .six lioors. in the di- rection of Martinsburg Ferry, placed matters in a Eeripos apprehension -to for- There was n vnrystrong column of to be loni-. itqnadrons' and' eight regiments ot inisnl-ry. Of this force-two regiments jiay cuconrage of and of cavalry strengthen their wera being j Government thoit. From SECESSION" 1.H3U JiUO-J'IiluiliS IMit C U l I L'J ftlrillU ftljti ermine this [or safety of his little command, bnt j fight .to' tile last'i Gso. W. KAurix. .lialtiTOpre. and Ohio Eiiiroad, j wcro pushing ttrjy bvitlc- KAMPAST. Smit di.play the i cers. i'oa roteia Nashville stood forCir cm: Judge Bricn. Union. 570; Foster. 706. The Secessionists. j in the day, the reports of the rioting in Baltimore, and the entire! forco quick msrch 'nnrt. _.namjber; of Jackson's shote jfi.Hbe bffe _ patizersitoo greatly cUud i broke !_ tbesr joy, openly Mpws'wsd i raoki-of the -mariv' York tfi'e together with lo join ibeircommaiiil.aSapioeeed forth- with to toe Washington', or racfa' M BUT bT fijv; U -o do.U. There ar, i ;On-catBe is.donbtlw. greafly exaggt-rateH. this ground acd sive tb, ile.or fro.-n toiro. bat the dead foe ihe land now astS. daw le ajzrftpr iws-'. Maryland acd whoai; fieMj hoars. ,_-_. i :sts elected. ao time yesterday by 1 ft-'' Snn Iiava 3n charge of j aa'3 defiant. treason. Tie town-ofPalaskj has been I Ataopg. loysls the for by the Proraat Mar- i that hy somebody'n ihsl to cotnpecsate Union ffirl'ier our id the valley of g'isd" ftsssd b? [tJ.isb shJil-i bsen sa KHI Jhsa Hfiifi I vroundfril wiers wo' intitancas tho Captain _ :he --m ib-r'-hoad -whilst Isrinsr" fwn r briri nb" been: telfy f ffoct: foflgb troops holds Uiaff onerr If scch biltlfl ha4   

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