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   Whig Of 76 (Newspaper) - July 7, 1863, Juneau, Wisconsin                                so expressive of the system of repres- sion" to TVhlch they have been so long subjected. i Drawing down the border of her i conductor showed me a sight more revolting than I ever again to behold. The poor girl's back was flayed until the quivering flesh rosenihled a fresh beefsteak scorched on a gridiron, TVith a cold chill creeping through my veins' I turned away from the sickening spec- tacle, and for an explanation of the af fair scanned the various persons about the room. In the centre of the group, nthis wri- ting-table, the General. Ills head resting on "his hand, he was evidently i endeavoring to fix his attention upon THE WAS IN THE EAST- i Our "Whole Army iu Pursuit of Lee. i__. JULY 7, 1863. forces are in rapid flight south- ward, and prompt measures have been adopted to intercept them. Gov. Curtin. on a visit to the bat- tlefield, telegraphs that it f-eoms to be admitted and anticipated that Lee will be compelled to meet ileade some- where between Hagerstown and the Potomac, probably at TVilliamsport, five miles from Hagarstown. The advance of the Pennsylvania CAPTURE OF YIOKSBUEG CONFIRMED. Despatch from the Secretary of War to Gov, Salomon. .v, Ju'y 7- To Governor of Wisconsin surreade.-eJ to the U. S forces ou the -ktiof July, ind Gen. Grant BOWLS M Sr.vx- rfeeretary of AYar. were becoming, very numerous and powerful in Indiana, hence the neces- sity of the above order. MORE GOOD NEWS. A BATTLE AT HELENA, TOX, Northern Cotton Cultivation. Although cotton ha; become scarce an high in price, from circumstances well Price Attempts to Storm Our Position. He is Repulsed with Heavy field, is ample .cpmpenfeatidhj for that. We are ilrtajLOtof staitinihS cultivator earJy, as iuuch. of the hoeing as is .practicable, but- it must be followed With the hoe; and the hoe must be carried by willing Hands. Journal of Agriculture Or. Bennett and Mrs. Hull ,of this village, will please accept our thanks for presents of black raspberries 840 KEBELS TAKEN PBI- soners. militia under hailed hyMeade j known to and a-though flax anil wooi The Ladies Aid and Mite So- -as auspicious for the final success of i have taken itg and perhapg the remarks of a tall, swarthv-looldn? eietywill meetat the Court House next ft t Many of them have alrea- ?U, .T T r- T dy seen service. The rebel wagon man who stood opposite, and vho, I Fndav evening. Ice Cream, .Lemon- t-) TiTiTiT nn rl n vf> nPin o soon discovered, was the owner of the fu1e and other luxuries will be served girl, and was attempting a defence of up by fair attendants. the foul outrage he had committed up on the unreaisting and helpless person of his victim, who stood smarting but the dreadful pain inflicted by the brutal lavh. Bv the side of the slaveholder stood The Fourth was duly cele- brated on the Fair Grounds by the se- veral Sabbath SclWs of this County. It seemed a beautiful and appropriate way of honoring die National Birth trains arc all in front, and arc being- ferried across in two flat "boats. The Potomac is very high and full, and they cannot cross, their only pon- toon bridge having been destroyed. Our army is fast following them up. j Later despatches say a desperate "battle -was being fought on the bank of the Potomac. The whole rebel ar- our Adjutant-General, his face lhiclJDay. procession was formed on j my appeav to be on the bank of the almost irrepressible rage, nud marched to the grounds fists tight clenched as> if to violently ju charge of Miushnl Rich, whomaiii- restrain himself from A Siting the giv.l- frsted a decided fitness for his position river, and is no doubt making a des- perate fight. The Baltimore Ameri- can that every available man a- ty wretch with summary and retilbu-1 ana the whole affair passed oft" to the Washington and Baltimore has tive justice. Disposed about the credit and satisfaction of all present. ]-.eeu hurried forward to Freder- in variovs attitaJes. but all exhibiting to intercept Lee's demoral- in their countenance the same ming- j Report of further sales of real ized and flying forces, and that these reinforcements united withMeade dou- ble Lee's force. maintain their position in many classes of goods for which cotton was formerly used, still it is of such a pjcul'ar character, that no other known fiber can supplant it for many The operations involv- ed in its preparation for sp rming are all of a rnceh inical niture and are esecutid machinery. It has not to be retted and treated chemically like flax, and it CAIIIO, July 7. Between eight and ten thousand ivbels under Holmes. Price and Marmaduke made au attack on Helena on the movn- of the fourth. Ihey advanced in three columus, but the roughness of the ground was such as to prevent the rebels from bringing up their artillery. They attempted to cany the works by assault. The ceater column charged in the direct- ion of Fort Curds, and took three lines of rifle flank attack was not Guardian's Sale. NOTICE is hereby-given that, by virtue and in pursuance of an order of license made tba County Couit of Dodge County, State of Wiscon- bin, ou the 15th day o'f otmc last past, in the matter sf the Guardianship of the minor heirs of Christian Flugcl. deceased, the undersigned Guar- on the fi.t.enth day of Jniy next en- suing, at 10 o'clock in the foreuoon, at tbe house of Frederick Hardtke in the town of Lebanon in said County, offer for sal? at public vcndne following described lands belonging to said mi- nors, to-wit: The west half of the northwest quar- ter and the northeast quarter of the north west q muter of section number thirty three (33) town- ship !so. i.ine (9) north of range No. sixteen (16) east in said town of Jjebnnon. The terms of sale vi ill be made known at the time and place off ale. Dated the 22d ilay of .Tune. A. 1863. 3414 FKiDERICK KRUOEB. Guardian. does not require to be soaped and oiled succossM subjectcd the cen- IT. 1 _ _ I ling of horror and indignation, were i cstate in Dodge County, prepared by other members of the Staff, while near the door, stood thiee or four house- servants who wore witnesses in the case. To the charge of having administer- ed the inhuman castigation, Landry (the owuer of the girl) pleaded guilty, but urged in extenuation that the girl had dared to make an effort for that freedom which her instincts, drawn from the veins of her abuser, had ilr. Crandall at the Abstract Office II. A. Whitney to Andrew Miller el-2seqr 18 10 15 Cortez Calkins to Cyrus Bunker 13 IS 1C Jefferson Chaffer to Patrick Boyle swne 18 13 J 4 PROGRESS or emi- gration of Irish to the United States is now so extensive that, instead of four Its preparation is therefor more simple and economical. Taken from the field, it but requires to be run throw" h the gin and the picker, aad is then fit for tae carder. Audit is so soft and pliable that it may he made into fabrics that have surfaces soft as the down of the swan. and also into lace thread, attenuated as the spider's web. Its cultivation, we understand, is becoming extended in loc- alities where it was not formerly thought of, as a crop, aad no doubt it may be cultivated iu districts where it has been supposed it woull never reach maturity. The very finest qualities of cotton are ,r t, ,r c. i space of time for some months A late Horace Arthur to Maiy A. Simpson: P _____ 850d: part nenw 5 13 15 James Lovett to Gray  s further ortleyed that a copy of this or- (Jsr shall be published for at leasl foar successive weeks prior to said day of hearing in tta Whig of'76." a weekly newspaper eirculatiug in this County. Dated Juneau, June 1st, 1S83. By tbe Court; LEONARD MERTZ, SI 4t County Judge. Billinghurtt Lewis, Pioetors tor Petitioner. ed and prisoners. The entire loss was not over one hundred. federal Pren- tiss is confident that he can repel any assault made. It was thought that the ward seeds from their respective localities, j rebel depredations near Lake Provi- with descriptions of the modes pursued I donee was to draw our gunboat? to After the conclusl n of all the evidence in the case, the General continued in the same position as be'erc, and remained for some time apparently losi 5a abstrac- shall never forgel the singv! 3-' expression on his face. I had been accustomed to see him in a ctorm. of passion at any instance of op- pression or flagrant injustice but on this occasion he was too deeply affected to obtain relief in the usual way. His whole air was one of dejection, al- most listlessness his indignation too in- tense, and his anger too stern, to find ex- pression even in his countenance. Never have I seen that peculiar look but on three cr four occasions similar to the one I arn narrating, when I knew that he was pondering upon the baleful curse that had east its withering blight upon all around until the manhood and hum- anity were crushed out of the people, ond outrages such as the above were locked upon with complacency, and the perpe- trators treated as respected and worthy that he was realizing the great truth, that, however rn.m might endeavor to guide this war to the advan- tage of a favorite idea or sagacious the Almighty was directing it surely and steadily for the purification of our country from this greatest of national sins. But to return to my story. After sitt- ing in the mood which I have described at such length, the General again turned to the prisoner, and said, in a quiet, sub- dued tone of 'Air. Landry, I dare not trust myself to decide to-day what punishment would be meet for your offence, for I am in t'ial stata of m'nd that I fear I might ex- C3ed the strict demands of justice. I shall therefore place you under guard for the present, until I conclude upon your sentence.' A few days after, a number of influen- tial citizens having represented to the General that Mr. L-mdry was not only a 'high-toned but a person of unusual'AMIABILITY'of character, and cher. el-2se 2 10 15 forty acr Ernest Miller to Charles Brochardt: L400d: wl-2sw 3-i 12 17 15 acres of nwnw 3 11 17 Francis X. Juneau to Fritz Hoff 1 uv sene 15 12 17 Osias S. Brown to Carpenter Cole OOOd: part nosC 3 13 15 letter from Cork ''The Tmnan Com- pany has e increased their sailings by an additional vessel foituightly, and the Cun- ard Comp .ny has advertised its intention of starting an extra steamer every second week. In addition to this increased con- veyance, the Montreal Ocean Company in their cultivation. Th great r number that po'.nt and thus give them a better will this month resume its trade bet- of fibrous materials which be raised ttt' opportunity at Helena. _ 1-minn ns mnrfi independent of forei- ween Europe (via Canada. Nest week the Cunard Company will dispatch the steamship Sidon from Liverpool o.i Tuesday, and Q leenstuwu on "Wednesday. On Wednesday and i home render us more independent of forei- gn supplies, and tend to increase our in- dustrial i esources. The Milwaukee Xews savs secret leagues are a 'd.ingcrous nuis- Friday the steamships City of Baltimore We do not approve of secret and Kangaroo, belonging to the Inman leagues under ordinary circumstances Company, will' leave Liverpool and the j but when a country is full of armed, followirg days Q .eenstown, and on Sun- i secret and insidious enemies, pveach- day ths Cunard steamer will leave Cork ing peace and pretending loyalty to harbor." Saundcra' Xews Letter, of Hub- the Govtn.ment and Union, while a British Tory organ, remai ks on this From the facts which lately trans- John Van Schoonhov-on to E, K- pi, ed, it is not expected that there will be any further consular denials that this 1 crease of transport is demanded by the of young men in Ireland for The Condit: 700cl; nwne 1 9 17 Patrick Donely ta Albert Totteu- hauer: 400d: sl-2se 25 1113 Albeit Tottenhauer to Elizabeth Jenkins: -iOOd: same land as last. Geo. A. Ilcwett to -J, L. Sanborn: nwne 83 13 15 W. "B. Mitchel to Henry J. Norton: 300d: lot 8 B 8 Winter's ad Horicon. continues to swell and now on uninter- MEADE, the new leader of the Army c f the Potomac, is the gi andson of George Meade, of Philadelphia, an eminent merchant, whose firm contributed iu 1781 to a fund for the relief of the famishing army of GCQ. Washing- ton. Now that the planting is completed another task demands our attenti n tho' soil uny have been well prepared. service in tho Uniteu j Tuam Herald, speaking of the psou.1- says: "The exodus ofthcpople from Mayo and from this county, Galway, is becoming every week more extensive, j kd Whether fx good or for evil, the steam salalarr ordei. bv secretly wishing and plotting its over- throw, (and there are such men in this County) then we rhink it conimencla- j ble and the duty of patriots to unite j or tho seel never FO carefully selec- in the most secret and binding leagues ted andplant.-d without and after careful f "7 XI eultivjtiou ouv crops will fail to arrive at for the preservation oi all that i> dcai satisfiiCtory Afiequent to us. life, liberty and the pursuit of j ful stinins of the soil is necessary to happiness Such ai-e the UnionLeagues fxpd their influence lias been of great -P to the Union cause. The cop- Indiana have by the growth of our cultivated crops as rain and sunshine A lack to appeeuite this has m inya mm 'he loss of an otherwise bouutil'ul crop. It wont answer to lose our zeal as soon us tho seeds are planted the following as those do who think farmingconsistsof ian- 1 me rely planting and harvesting. Weeds Williom Pitcher to Henry Powell lOOd: nene 9 11 15 Dovid Davis to Martha Boorman l000d: nese nl-2 20 9 13 John C. Jooottto E. W. Cole: -lOOd: Lot 12 B 11 Dennis' ad to Watertown IDS Barott to John John Peter 5vrse 13 17 Fredoiick McQuivey to William F. and Charles L. MoQuivey: iil-2nw-uw 16 10 15 Richard Schonover to Beiger Blank: 72 5 cl: nwnw 3 13 17 Richard Schonover to Jacob Sneider: 62od: nenw 3 18 17 Henry J  lot 2 block 22 Mayville. A correspondent in the army of the Potomac writes that, The llth destination of these people is generally j public nuisances- York." Ihe Clire (nelaud) Ad- vertiser of the 13th of May says "We witnessed a novel feature on last Mon- day. The trades' band of the town, organizat All o-ood objects can be accom- STATE OF IN THE CIItCOT COURT of THE COUXTYof DODGK Samuel B. Stanley. Plaintiff, 1 Complaint fsgain.sS J- not! Nan ey V. Stanley, Defendant, j served1. The State of Wisconsin, To Nancy V. Stan- ley. dofeudauc, above You rre hereby summoned and required to the complaint in this action, Trhieh wat filed" ?n the Office of tbe Clerk of Iho Circuit Court of said' Coffnt'y, on Ifith day of ilay, ISGiif and1 to- a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber, at his OGice in the village of Wcstlbrdy County, within twenty days after tho hereof, uxelusne ofllis dijf j- ond if j ou foil to answer ihe said complaint within the time above said, the plaintiff o-ppiy to- the Courtfor tlie demanded Wobtford, May 13th, J. C. SEROEANT, Plaintiff 's Attorney. P. 0. Address E. Randolph. Wis. NOTICE. Partnership heretofore existing between 1 the undersigned is this Jay chssolrcd by 3so- tual consent. iloriccm, April I0th, 1SSZ. S. B. KELLQflG, C. VAX BRL'NT, G. W. VAN BRUNT. Tbe Manufacture and sale of Seed and Cultivjitors Combined, will be eonsia uod at their old stand in Horicou by Or. W. VAN BRUNT, D. C. VAN BRUNT, and HIRAM BARBEIi, are associated tor that purpose under Srta name of G, VAN BKUNT CO. ROBACK'S OLD BKA537. ENCOURAGE HOME PliODCCTrONS The Catawba Brandy manufaetiircd in Cincin- nati is rapidly saperseding foreign bran tits, be- cause of its purity and a sav- ing the purchaser of tbe Uns-torn House dnty of 1.51) per gallon. Tlie above brandj is always of uniform quality and strength, as nbtaiafti tbe manuf.ictuier; for medical it can upou as being i crfcctly inire, nd from ail eontamin ition and adulterous n. xt .res. Every bottle or gallon is guaranteed in puint of and price equal to tbe same g.-ade and cheaper in -rice than a foreign article. SolJ E- E BOLT, Beaver Dam. Johnson Bro }Vaupun E. Sauerhcring, May- ville'; Cbur.'CS L. Heed, Horicon Fr Delorme, Tbercsi John G. Daily, Naa- tisford IMbberson. FOX Lake J. Wil- Lowell; S. H. COLEMAN, Jir- BC.IU; aod by and Msrchnnta generally, throughout the United States and Canada. SP15 plishecf none lout tlie ene- greater coming in contact with lilies of their country need disguises, i the cold earth, is robbed of its mature by nianner as in Tlie oftenor is proved by ihe laetthat a cultivated uften in a dry time is moist almost to the surface, while land that is neglected, is diy to a great depth. Some iarniers, from lalse reasoning, infer that if a new surface is continually emposed to the sun and air, the effect will be to dry the soil. But the a mosphere in the dry eat and hottest weather, is mote or les" charged with moisture, to prove which we have only to present a cold sur face to the atmosphere, as a pitcher instant, will sell at pnblio water tor instance, when ihe moisture of I on the 23d day of July, inst., at 11 o'clock tbeaa- will be condensed and lorm in T 1; drops on the outside of the pitcher stirnijgthe soil is kept loose and borous, the air can penetrate to a Administrator's Sale. NOTICE 5s hereby given, tbat the nndereignad adrnhiiutrator of the estate of Thomas Wes- toii. deceascrl, in pursuance of an or Icr of license It is perfectly plain that such secret condensation, in the same eanizations are both dangerous and the example of tho pitcher. full fi, the 'Yvhite etc.. in dash- rv pOW-er in the district, if need be. put army eoips, which is a German I invoke against said secret societies __ _. _-_ i ij a t u LI i vi tt liiAJ tt t 11 was consequently entitled to no small do- march from Berlin to Fredericksburg. thougand cheered loudly for of this district, and I call upon the gree of leniency, he answered, that, in '1 hen we were seven days on the route. ar a groaned the British'Gov- members thereof speedily to withdraw greeof leniency, he answered, that, in consideration of the prisoner's 'high-ton- ed' character, and especially of his 'amia- of which he had teen so remarka- ble a proof, he had determined to meet their views, and therefore ordered that Laadiy give a deed of manumission to the girl, and pay a fiae of hundred declare, to be placed iu of trusteoJbr her benefit I hen we were seven days on he route. The corps reached the battlefield of Gettysburg on Thursday, and imme- diately plunged into the thickest of the fight. It wholly wiped out the stigma of Chaucellorville, and wrote its name for heroism as high as any coips in the army. Who will nowsny America, clown to 25 pre. f DIED, In this village on the 4th inst., LE3- members thereof speedily to w from their dark meetings, and openly show that their intentions and acts are sufiered to remain idle, a crust is formed on the surface which is impenetrable to the atmosphere, and no such eflect can take place. Aside from the stirring of the soil, more or lebfe weeds find their way into moat laud, should be eradicated No farmer can afford to raise them, fjrthey are a most worthless than if allowed to go to seed their uHHC 1 lit! 11 UStJltiSCi iUr 11 clIli'VYCU. UV Buck as may well become the true and j hke will be multiplied an hundred fold. loval citizens of a country whose free- j Let ike in be desti oyed as soon as they dom and integrity they will maintain gkow their heads abuve the ground. >i all enemies whatsoever, and Where the cultivator and hoe cannot ____ _____ _ that Gei-mans are not procd soldiers'. TFR 'infant son of C. Germain, aged j before the eyes of all the world. O. E. WILCOX, Brig. Gen, Comd'g. and brave men? I 1 vear 6 months and 2 dnys. reach them, without injury to the corn, the be Tbat we know, is a little hard on the back, but then the clean, cultivated The Knights of the Golden Circlet satisfaction having a A. JM. at the Post Office in the town of lomirajn said County of following described real estate, whereof the said deceased died seized, rizx Ibo south west qr of the south cast qr of seutioc number twelve (12) Township number thirteen (13) North of Kange number seventeen (17) east, in the County of Dodge and Stale of Wiscon- sin. Dated this fith day of July, 1863. JIE-XRy DU RANT, jr., 36 t-J Administrator, Notice.] DRUNKENNESS CURED. -63? THE inebriate iiow bid defiance to tho tempting cup- Pr. ZANE'S AXTIDOTE for Strong Drink is a certain euro for drnnieuBess. It creates a dislike for strong drink, and can be administered without the knowledge of tbe tieiit. Price 31 a Sent by mail to any nd- dress, by S. C. AM. 403 adolphia, Pa. Circulars seat free. HE COSPKSBIONS AXD KXPEnlEWCE Or 1'ublishod for {ho benefit and a warn- in" and a caution to young men who euflerfrom Nervous Debility, frematuri Decny, iuc at the same time tbe means of Sclf-cnre. By one who has ouved himself after being put to grtta expense thfcugh. aetlioal imposition and qu ickery. By enclosing a post-paid "lo copies may lie had of the author. Bo4ford, Kings cu., V. T.   

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