Manitowoc Weekly Tribune, April 1, 1863

Manitowoc Weekly Tribune

April 01, 1863

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Manitowoc Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - April 1, 1863, Manitowoc, Wisconsin J SW. SMITH, Bookseller, Stationer HcUTj Pub] it, Publisher of the Tribune agent. for jrrince Co McloJwnm, Chicktring's Singer's Sew- ing Kit of patent snedi- ciMl, etc., ntc. Attends to hie own kviimu fur a fair oompo.niation, anil that of whin for Jt ?or further pur- iculars at tfie. Agency fo Shoe's Sewing Machines. The ManUowae Agency for thesa celebrated n ol tftc Slnton; Zv gtltws, i suul tftt Maau- prioei, adding Trnfwf orMffoH. A SlicMno will always ba kept far inspection feader the charge of B skillful operator, and or- for Machines or work, will be filled with promptness aud dispatch. OrdUri the Country mftj bo addressed to S. W. SMITH, Agt. June 2oth 1SG2, wAt-w To Volunteers. Mmny of those now going to War Icato faiui- tiet behind. With one of Singer's Letter A. JJachinoii, nny woman of ordinary in- industry, cnn suppoit herself WHOLE TO. MANITO'WOa WEDNESDAY, APKIL "1, 1863. YOL, A. B. JONES Manufacturers nnd Dealers ia Lumber, Lath, and .Shingles. Jiills cut to order on abort notice. Mnni A. D. .TONB3. V. B. JONES. Fab. llth 1303, From Semi-Weekly of Mar. PBOM Go- A. O'ne of the commissioned officers of Co. A, sends us the following com- family comfortably art one i' "Ajaet Call at the Franklin and learn prices. SMITH, 4yt. TltK and most complete assortment Stereoscopic vievrs, and cf distinguished i ever brought to market, can ho fouml at the Franklin fcotkrtoro and it-ill be ut extremely low prices for tfttch. Anjr pefjon foeliiipj an iiiter- in examining t-bcso articles Cttn do r-o at any time. The rurietj" le tcrj gron.i tUo sdoc- Vioni ui. FOR; GASH. ROM and after tliis lUte, 1 sliall jell gooa Kt the Franklin Bookntore, only for CASH OR Kfr.ffjy PAY. iiort irlll take notice. R. W. SMITH, ilinitoiroo, "Otli 1352. SANDERS SANDERSON, Manufacturer anil dealer fa Boots, Shoes, Leather, i-c., Shop on Ejghth, near tho corner of York SreoU Repairing neatly and promptly executed. Manitowoc, Sept. 20, I85S. uvr-tf maker. FKO.tl THE NINTH Mr. O Kocu has kindly permitted us to copy tbo following extracts from From I-IurfreesLcro- [Special Dispatch to Chicago JIarfrees'ooro, TGOD., March 21 An expedition wbicli went out in lhe ui-i for publication, rlhe jrcction of Liberty, on last, n-aa 'um objection we believe that is j attacked morniu.ir, bj '2.500; less. Tho political tno citizens ot tiio United Itsfns Original arid" Selected. 'Slates. I Tha times are full of important Tlic Nations are rest- institutions of! Oaf German friends will find the Herald pnblisbed at Milwaukee, and the Democrat (Triton at this 'place, jgounti ]oja[ papers right npon all qucs- private letter of his brother a young urged against the Congressional Con- Sforco i own connlry> the "1OSt i of-the day and creditable to t is I consisted of 80 fa and md and sacred that man has ever devised, i man scarcely twenty years, Tfko-in law, is the fact that it nected with tho 9th regiment, and who'likely to carry out lhc suggestion of ,socr aro fiercely assailed. J oa MiriM r.f th.-. TO'h Imi'.in find (Innt. n Subscribe -for them the local has exhibited a courage and patriotism the loiter that we publish which would do credit to an older person, j from which it be readily John Mclffceegh, WAQON, Sleigh r.nct Carriagn Shop on York st. ovcrWra. Siia.rp's lilael; Smith .Shop, Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Always onlaandj uKd Hilling to work. GEO. N.VOODIH, Attorney at Law, Jus develoned in our brave soldier tioo of the Peace, n.nd Notary Public. Oflice r J i jn York St., Manitowoc, Wis. Will attend boys. promptly to collections, and all busiuc5seTjt.ru.-'- >i to his care. i jtiun of the 19'.b Indian Battery and Copt.' uiackburu'a of cavalry, of the 1st. Annecl- bodies of rebels; under the inftjrr-''Middle whple'uader cnm-; control of what is called "The South- We hope to hoar frcm him often, objection to tlie Con- of Col S. A. llall. tbrou-gb country The expedition c.vn r.ro now. i in this vicinity; insulting flp-3 murdering our fellow; Tlmrcclay, meeting the small, recon- our fathers, sons, and kin- not come irovu-'ol (jaiaesville and Liberty on W On Steamer VALLEY, SA. WOOD, ATTOKNEY nd CO UK- 9 sellor at Law. Land and Insurance Agent. IV'ill attend promptly to all businca entrusted to his care. OIKce corner of 3th Co., Wis. The aggregate of 7T i :Vol.. is about seventy-eight, i o miles oelow Helena, Ark. i March 10. 1803. i fore reqiurea twenty-three men BnOTimi kind it up to the maximum, there is an energy hi his stylo vrhich is a: scription Law does creditable index to the torco of character'loyal men; Inoitermg parlies of tue eiiamy several times- -i and sincerity of purpose which is being- To cilizcns of Itfvniio- withon', however, bringing oa an csijjage-' urca> ment. ITall finally ik-tc-rvnired to vetnrn to Co. A, 5th Wis.; Murfrccjboro, on Tinirsday night, he it with hi? at Aubnra, ,CD miles this tide oi Liberty. Rosummj; t'J.'hia march caily yesterday niorning, he felt Ilia way aud safely ns fiir as tho. village ot Millon, where his rear guard was' liie Our civil... ro Base men, vile partisans, above nud Dixoir's -enconr- i age these blood-stained Both must be put down. Not n, star must bo allowed to break an-.iy from. of the 25tli alt. camo tohandj-ostcvdiiy. Wlion the company left Slanitowoo jsluMcnly (iriTon'ia by the Col.- social rights be pnper first and then the Milwaukee paper. A apeclal'dispa'cli to tbe Madisou, March 25th, says that th'e Su- preme Court have pronounced unanimously in favor of- the- coast nationality of draft and also otthc soldiers suffrage law; Both opinions were by Judge Paine, and pen clear'and able; Memphis .papers of the 22d reports, (ha another caual or cut off ia being opened from the Sfty miles bslow Hel- ena, iuto Doer .River, "Washington Lake and into. San Flower by which i gcins ceccss to .To zoo City anil Haine's thoy also report two of Wit arid fellow who ticked 'down -turning round and paying.. 'Wlip wants to climb' your old It is as easy -to write againiy style without as it IB to'spread 'or to-sraear in" a flaunting -lid wh'o brirjgs ridicule to bear agaiijst truth finds. in his band a blade'. witliQut .a one more likely lor cut himsel f than anybody else. Rick rnafi Vjave: commonly need to be tatugh't contenLnient than the because -all -mbn'a tibus-grovr faster than tbeir to Lira who Joes not feel' that AT tho old stand of and retail dealers in 0. 1'grri on ivxioU1- far Lake Vroviden.ee, La: At. there, and I know tliat the :-i P. 31. on Wednesday, the -1th, IVB ed in Company A, for the good ;u Ktrecsrih hoih'o'ir Mai-.Us. iMc.vjr.'n j Oj- arrived at Grand miles above -'.he service. I particularly reoom- to be able to throw rcDL'li -lt shell of p lllcn ei'Cuud a heice lire of .shot acJ i pltico dedicated to llift unity tho jSTation. Deeply impressed these "A HMOS his holy and that it is noble to defejiid itf evetr at.the of every species of suffering aud dan- ger Cunning leads to knavery; it 5s but. ft step frqni one to .inother, and tbat very slippery lying only makes- the difference add. to and it is knavery. Bull Run Rnssell sa'ys that West Point ia the 'dry nurse of incapabili- most conspicuous.fiiilure as a training school for soldiers the' world has ever seen.' bec-om'cs1 of all tho theories Lavater wben the brigands and beg- gars of Rome' have stood as all the great works ot arf, and for the likenesses of saints and clieru- biras? 'The complexion of my lady'o brow is as .white as the milk in yomU-i' said Simpkins at: the table. 'Yes, and got as much chalk on growled Oynicus. Mr. Simpkins' appetite failed. It was a beautiful expression of Burke's upon the death his son, that his child in this world should ba his ancestor in the skies. Eidor bora of lhc in Fruits, GROCERIE 8'i fnr G-jiUr, :intl >iuh, for e.-ti f; Fiftj: Vlutes; 1'ionli'M. Tiridgos: Trcprtrefl Koein: th-tructiuuF I-'ift-; Acc-ordi'.li, Hirl Mulodian Vi'.ilin and vluitar Song "tbvr intiolrp to nuuitT'm.' tu man. A constant supply ol'tlio boit tiuii.l Ills, for rtfiuly pay. CASH FJU Manitowoc. Tth 1SCO. GMABIES KUEMH GS Biiukevs r.t-tlaiiitnvroc, BUI: MAKE COLLECTIONS account of State-rights to the rights not to ____ ....._ __ _ OovGrnmcnt I when ivc ngaln embarked and started up! apvr'o'ilch ful- the signatures oi rcSKlcnts j fts origin ia this great doctrine.' 'stream in the evening. .It was 1 know that the company vv-.il (o A t ihio nionicr.t ol tVu light as well as visitors and also newapa-1 .The bill compensating .those-parties ed that wo vrcre g >ing to Yazoo Pass, i anteo if this above number of the rebels lhe most stubborn attempts i about 12. miles below Helena, from; Copperheads are forwarded, (Crow- bLlUK 'thence to go down Yazoo llivor to the'i'T Nichols that they 'L" 'rear ot' Vicksburg: this report be i orally credited, ahhough some knowji'1 tlie ra-sa v-as not lar-e ciiorgh to'durc hardships and sufferings, to eat' bravery....... ;vnd proclaim your detestation of love of the United wo may credit the following growl.jrom his j jg Message i i i The Aboluion Government at Washing-1 Burdctt Coutts the wo.-i.thy 1 English who paid tho pa of forty- s pa- pers, books, and pamphlets. At limes it will be enlivened by the nieK -f HAYK itiuill ol Jtwtlry which Itore anrl at Two Rivers, ami remit proceeds .AT liAT.IJS Of I'X- CHAX'J K. Attend to t'no of liitcre.l jV "Jnivcivity Su'utup ;osuc Sijjht Urnfis i-i nil llic iirinuilial cilio- cl Europe. "1 MMlito >ichols of Obio nnf, odv of palriotia songs and licld str.'iisht in camp, steady Indir.no took ciclibntato i.iin, r, i tu s-jvi-rii! pl.-iccs lorced lo a -to-, music. ioui- oi baUle, inviucibiuj Come, patriola, enrol your names, rdships and sufferings, to eat' bravery. nj proclaim your iulni-t S'large as om-s Sunday pi.-s" and Slcep on the U-uilovs and yonr lov evening we Went by the and half: 'naro ground. In [act, thoy will tram ,-u was siiivcr-; Slates of America; W'.IOSQ property may be iujured or. destroy- ed-by mobs or riots, has passed the House. Ia tha Senate, a resolution for amendr- Rg tho Constitution go. ns to place-five Judges on the Bench, was lost. In.the Asaen.biy, .SanbornV resolution nine laborers troni Lanca-shire in thu steamer. Europa, i-i said to be worth from twelve to iiftccn million, dollars. She devotes her entire income to- deeds of charity. FRIENDLY WORD OX THE DcSEK- TION op Sos.DiEits exists so sensitivt a disposition in certain po- litical factions, to find fault with religious paper for expressing opinion, that we doubt, whether wu 'onaht to warn some of our Catholic. who.vc they lay avriva; frrr.t -l nil time Itur ih JSockitorff. n ;tl the Kniiih W. JMtl'H. to jtiirt-linrci Tlano? oi iHoutd call die ur.dur be-.ore iluifty i thn azvnv} lUrro nt of d'Mcuu.i nhici ill mo tff fill unlcru aron SPENCER S, GLARK5 Dry Goods, Grocexios, CLAU1CS .MILLS, how soorct nil common T tlic "V01'-1 Will lit JianUri or I'AY. Koups .c for CASH :it ;ill i i'utM n :t sluire ol" the pub- 11 tu dl] Perhaps of snijillur boats 'but this nicrely presumption. In- S dcoil you have no movements'arc kept i while new.-'V'tivii.'r rcinrters know them i ihj 112 bel'iivc tKov are rc- them. lit are in tive ynu did you to (Jraiid LakeV I will trv to answer; yon M% !them up in the way they should go e-.l bring them- out through iiri.'. smoke, raud, to believu in ilie Oii >od old doctrines of erina! -Jli SCIHO, and Union lor D. fQUKAjI. our'n-i Come, and .at i; kiiltfil the gnu-: t d ot warra national '5 uriO'illLT, ii'i, to of yonr hearts, and by the. but Hi era our X'. g. received. Xiie china ware, iual'ner hi bed, nnd silver ware, so kindly .-.HVr-' cd by 31. at tiio tion of the Wi'.nld be very at tiiC iiif.e an nn OJT itar of your numbers the wns !in i-rom ri- i poviii.'i' KI.- pcui-ud s'jch nine-roes ot-tiie battie-ueld.s of freedom, ir of fi-.oi il.'it the gnc-'.-ril aim to keep regularly on file :s >vcre mowed newspapers and periodicals and ill" favorable to our country's denouncing the President's Emancipation j brethren of the danger to wUich de- Proclamation, and :.in favor of a National scrtion -thonV 1 are people, native ana foreign, who denounce tho Administration for in- want 2ft cords oC good wood IV.- highest j.ricc trill bo paid in y the Tribune. for .ich jOTif tion I "Wanted. Old and uncurrcnt money at current ratus C. C. BABNES, Prcs't, Jnnuarv 1st 1S60. I don't know where vrc are going to nor when, but I havo no doubt that tho I at object in view will ultimately be achiev-j Oil. by mom f d- ant wbon thov lool; ligbt. i recent big tumble in the price of i which is now down to 30 per cent. JO f Oi I Photographic Artist, Slanitowoe, AVis. OI--FICB ox YOKK ST., orrosiTOi TFIK DJ.IUG STORK. when that time docs come, woe being outside of the IQ nen who party or politicians porhnps sln.tc of 'cratlc and shaky at that, says: sosds of such troubles in the fu- ture as those which wa are now suffcricg. Still vre might guarantee to them the perpetual froc navigation of the Missis- sippi, and form with theni advantageous commercial treaties, by which we could always get their produce at cheap rates, and send them our couth ern staples in For several years past, it has been considered unnecessary to raise anj tax, and it would not be necessary t do so this year, but for the fact tha the interest on the R. R. bonds i jc.ie to be nioro sanguine than you. bivp instin-nted the'. "Tho sorriest men wcrs a knot of! return; We think therefore, that the jsecossionipts in >'ew York ar.d Wash-j resolutions on this subject, recently of- now due and must bo provided for fered in Congress by Mr. U'ooto, are ajor repudiated. We beliave that al hh to God there were nonesuch, and- so called mnlions I acliere its ten-i wevo sure it was going iclenoy is to make this a more bitter; uplo 100 per cent, premium. Their this country would be more blessed with contest th.au it has j wish was father to the j victories. JJut how can we succeed tforc been. Wo may aiffol. i They wanted tiio government to go n c -t.c.cioioii. t smnsh; and to create a "great, Ion" as or that Gcncr.il before act-; .1 Photogaphs, Ambrotypcs, io., csccutcd in t.ho lir.osl etvlc of tho nrl. A general assort- -ilt of Photographic AUiums, Cases, ana be sold at low step in tho right direction, the people of the North- West appreciate all tlic advantages of a pcrptual gu.irautoo of the free naviga- _____....... _____ tion of tho Mississippi, but tuoy also must ask what this, or that, party I but he wbo makes il way, they thought, lo do it. A Under3taud the use of t-lie languags of will say. How can the old Lmon wag-ian cxcuso to side with tbe enemies ing capitalist in YV asbing_ton, whose of the ;n {h., !rni.ket wa s a sure on proceed as long as its propelling- irtc-jo{ country, or to falter in his sup _i sympathies are ail with Jeff. Davis, our Saviour, wlien Satan offered Ms worthless bribe in the exceeding high ,-11 ndeavoren to steor clear ct all dim- ulties. Such is their idea of liber- i Thera arc many deserters from tha' rmies ot the United States who e'ss the Catholiu. faith. There are nany hero. There are many in ths owcships and adjacent counties. Ve met a Catholic this week .who aw in an afternoon, sixteen rs from bis regiment, in this Tow, is .this a small matter, or will ertaiu Catholics allow us to warn hesc men of their danger Are we Abolitionists because we do so? huse men have taken an oalh to erve three years and they have vio- ated it. They have accepted botin- y and clothing from the Government nd-then violated the contract and slaved faise to their conscience, their .government and fellow citizens. ?hey have shut the doors of tho Jhureh against themselves, and have' nc.urred ttic penalty of death, which, n any other government on earth, Deluding the Southern Confederacy, ,'ould be inflicted on them without mercy. he President of the United States has granted until the first ot next month, time for these men to re- urn to their duty and thus escape trie consequences of theia desertion. We warn them in time to do so. _ Wn ean not torce them, in spite of bad idvisers, to foHtfw our counsel, but ws have donu Telegraph. Calholio ARKIA.GE CERTIFICATES Tribune sale at the are in favor of sustaining the ored of the Village and -will object to re pndiation. It is therefore iraportan that oar citizens should continue fo another year to select good men for Village officers. Not only the credit of the Village is involved, but pe- cuniary interest of the' people at. stake. Letter from Gciiural McCIornaiicI on The following leltct from Mr. John Tan Karen; enclosing one from General McCler-' uand, has beeo published "New York. March 9, 1863.' I have just received tbe enclosed ler- ter trom Orcn. McGleruaud, is in com- mand of our troops before Altiiougli H is not intended for. pnblicatioo.-' tbe notion of lilincjfcdeinocrafs excittrto" ranch attention that 1 think the yiewa ol" Gen. MctMeroand oaght to be made pub- lic. Ho commanded Ibe )llinois trocjw 41'- Fort Donnelson, has served several in Corgresa and has the reputation of be- ing one ot the best soldiers in the Army. ".Respectfully, yours, J. VAN BURKX." RKXKBAL M'CLEBSASDS I.ETTSK, "Han, J-'hn Van Burcn An extract from jonr fate speech haV just coroo under my notice, r: hm the" clear old democratic nad iontrasts to'. strikingly with the sparioiis tmanatioiw.of latter day democratic impostors tbat I not forbear to bail It reminds mo of the better dajs of the democjatic J.L U. BRADLEY the North rattier than by P.UI f thig 1 everlasting conflict cause a j lat is tbe sentiment, the rebels for peace while they havo F arms in their hands, would make PETH'TT-HG. vrith traitors, and perhaps a dishoiior- IXKSTANDS, Sr BC PER ate: cn peace. If this should ever hr.p- Very Truly, 1 ours C.'ll. WALKER, never raorti. jfyihointo be -.vhipped. Peace de- VV K A P T I KG P A No 6 Rocs'' Block, Vost-Water St., VTISCON: Co., ufnctarcrs, Cuyahoga Tails, Ohio. B'BRT-rNl'S COMPLETE Pinso is tor. FaVe attl niocracy operates like tho old bar the United States is no home iorj barons code of flogging in the navy; Sjinie. Hard and fatiguinc as r; soldier's: occasion to visit- ihs da- it knocks men's manhood out of them, life is. with privations not a few, yet I'goCrrcian rooms of Mr. J. S. Gibson. Com. Advertiser. am perfectly willing to Borvo my three a noHco tho ;mprove years, if I can tlieu blessings of an-honorable peace, n arms of those I left be ____ _........ I shall always bo proud to think that from 3Iilvraukee with a mammoth: oan ie5aiiv inherit properly from the pa- too did my share for thcjefenca of our; Pictuvc-frames in fact cv- j rent... became of the legal tnkcg no GF.ATK LEGAL cu'.e Cleve- ina -i'lirn to tho-1 in his facilities for taking his land lawyer has started the grave tno; lkin in CP.SO clnldreu should be ic-hina ine pictures. Mr. b- has just Tom thoy d to think that from 3Iilvraukee with a mammoth: oan le5allv inherit properly fror did my share for the defence of our; Victuvc-frames in fact cv- of the legal Latin -f i i i .njnjsnis cyrantur ler, I remain Your Brother, ;erjthinS that is requisite iritn -whvca ,.o, meann tbpy !h3 (jUAKLf.s II. E. KOCH; 'dp a good business, Give hiai a soiico stabilitv of tho United States Govern- ment, as worth more to them than all the suarrautces of all tho traitors be- tween them aud the Gulf of :Moxico. So Mr. Foote may spare his breath, and advocate some'measure -which will supply the people of his section with tho broad for which, they 'are.famishing. should all attend the meeting for tlic purpose oi'formr ing a Union League at Klingholz Hall Tomorrow (Saturday) .TS'vening the 2Sth inst. Let our citizens -with- out reference to former party ties be on hand and open the doors wide, for the admission of all wbo are ditional.in their loyalty to tho Union, Government. 8upport ofthjs Is IT 50 prevailing opinion exists, and the press are humoring it, that married meu are exempted from conscription until t'ac single men aro e.'chansiecl. Can it bo first the Ir.iiies havo eirculutect citizens of Two Kivers have taken the initiatory steps for organ- izing a IJnson Le'agno, hats when, nnder tbe inspirations o( Jaetadn nrxf your father, its boasted watchword

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