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   Manitowoc Weekly Tribune (Newspaper) - May 6, 1863, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                             Q -W. SMITH, BootoelJw, SUlioser Publl., Md of the THVnn. for Jrtfitaw 4 Co' Blnjer-i aad wirtjr of patent modi. Attends to own mod that of it- For further Vufa un BOOXKTOXI, ttt "of tattoo i'j'i J Agency for Singer's Sewing SMITH, Editor Proprietor. T> Terms always in Advance, for these celebrated MutaiMc will found tin Franklin Book' ihejr. be purchased at Maou- A XacbiM will kept for inspection tbe chargo .fcilifal operator, nnd o-- Machinet or work, will, be filled with proaptDtii dispatch. OH.n fr.m ik. Ctuntr? may be adurcsscd s- W. SMITH, Agt. 25th 1883, To Volunteers. "j of tboae now going to 'W'ar leave fami- behind. With one of Singer's Letter A. nay woman of ordinary in- industry, can support herself fimilj comforubiy. Cull the Franklin loo one in operation and learn prices S. TV. SMITH. Agt. 2. y Street, North Side. WHOLE NO. WEMESDAT. MAX 6. 1888. YOL; A. D. JONES BRO., Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Lath, and Shingles. Bills out to order on short notice. Mnnitowoo, AD.-TONES.. .V.B.JONES. Fob. llth 1863.. John cMeog h, WAQON, Sleigh and Carriage 'maker. Shop.on York. st. over Wm. Sharp's 'Black Smith" Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Always on hand, und willing icMvork. Stcrocscopcs. nPHB largest and most complete assortment A ef Stereoscopes, Stereoscopic nnc Photographs cf men sverbrought N. WOO'DIN, Attorney r.t Law, Jus VT tice of the Peace, and Notary Public. Office on York St., Manitowoc, Vis. Will attend promptly to collections, arid all business entrus- li to his care. SSSrii" WAR CLAIM AGENT, MADISON, Prostcuto F-OH1 Semi-Weekly Of l.jple, bag not- scrupled to open the ball. I if they ruin you, John Albion, you will E. B. QTIINER. AGENT, Claims for Pensions, cachr for Bank Pay and COI.LKCTS i BACK VAY Fi-rt DIICHAHGKD tor's Warrants fur Back Pay end Pay for and other tary accounts, v9n28 Gm C ANDERS SANDERSON, Manufacturer anil thii market, be fouud at the Franklin _, fill be extremely Shop on Eighth, nw pric.i far Any person feeling an inter- RePj'T'.ng an' ia examining theae articles can do to at ar.y Tlir roriety tioag dealer in Boots, Shtrcs, Iietitlior, Ac York Sreots Sent. 20, Ii358. dw-tf very the FOR CASH. j FB.O If tiis date, 1 sell goods j tile FritQiiin Bookstore, only for j CASH OS READY J'AF. Tho It wlil jjeasj take notice. s. w. iiwijtoyoc, Jao. Jfltli 1S53. O A. AVOOD, ATTORNEY nd CO UN- Ecllor at Land nnd Insurance IKiil--. attend .promptly to all busincs eutruKtod to.bis oaro. OfScecorncr of 8th anp Franklin sts.-, Manito'woo, Wisconsin. Agcucy of the iEtua Insurnnoo Co. of Hartford, Coon, Capital Stock 4-1 Ktght Face i All pnrsons having unsettled accounts -njUi ho Uudersigr.od are rcquosted to tbcni up S. Maxitowoc, AjiriiaStli, 1861. For i7ic Jfanitoicnc Tribune. On tlio DeatK of Mean HoZmen Ji Gone is tho loved and lovolv one .So late a habitant of earth done to a bright and blissful home; A tome where sorrow ne'er ha) birth, Gusc is that blue and lustrous eyo That shed such intellectual light; Gone to thopo realms bpyond tho To beam on and angels bright' Still memory lingers o'er the pnsty And paints each scene vrith vivid hue: 'Twero vain to wish euct pys to last, And still ;Borc -rain tho rad review. "Tis true his hope of life -was fair I Unclouded afl the summer's A Father's love, K Mother's; cr.ro, Soothed every grief that cr.uscd a sigh. A Toother's love held vigil dC'.p O'er early daya and riper A love can ever keep Tho bosom free frora gloomy fcars. But Fathers love and Mother's care, And Sister's claim arc ttrged ia ram; Faith poisits her Faith will the spirit's flight sustain, Why do tve lingyr near the tomb To ulied our tears, bewail our loss; "ft'hy the dtop sigh, the face nil Should not his gain our souls engross? And t'jough his home on enrth wr.s bright With hopo an'l.joy and hnppiness, Ilia home in heaven is all of light, 3hed-by the Sun of Righteousness VIOLA. JInnitovroc, April 21st 1SCS. jliave the satisfaction of knowing-that I you arc rained from principle. principle I Tf ant my moncv. John Albion. lionor libertv _ Give me [HOOBJDR'3 ARMY MOVING. KEVT YOP.K, April 29. Tho Washington Intelligencer of Tuesday morning announces that Gen. Hooker had commenced a the Union a nigger my dues! Take the oath of allegiance then, and go and Sghfc for it. It is the Southern- ers you used to hate so. who liave rob- bed you. You now have a chance to fight for liberty, and, what is of more consequen'ea to you, your money at ihe j same time. j j. I tate the Catch me doing it Oh no! Unco has taught me that freedom is an imand says: overrated idea and when I think seri- At about ward movement on Monday. tha Southern army, with arrns in their hands, they could do us but little harm, comparatively. We on them a.s a set of "rule or. j'uin" V'firtiznns, would sooner the na- tion would be evan survive tiniler a government to" which T1 11 .ihciy-didEOL administer, and which Heavy masses of artillery and oth. is ,fot tn them a 30U1.ce 6-lllecures troops crossing the R'ippa- 'and wealth. bannock at sunrise. The Tribunal Good pocket knives sold readily for the 7th and llth corps of caval- ry took the lead. ST. Louis, April 29. The correspondent o! the Demo- crat wiib Gen. Van Durer's com- iouely, no a true man of business ought-, 1 think God set an art the African rnee a en bi'l Sunday ten dollars, and cveryihing else in' proportion. In Richmond 'a loaf oi could not be bought at any A tew sticks of candy at one bread price. dollar eaoh, and some tobacco, was the extent of ourtrade whilst in'Lib- by Prison. From the "Wisconsin State Journal. o'clock on ?giment under Col. for the express purpose of making slaves I guard of Mar- of them forever. It is r. kind of a siccn j madakuV anny, which was then re. of His love for tho whites. Besides! irt'auncr from (Jape Girardcniij was tlio marks don't show so on a black !s skin. them through viewlesas creature I fault. j Tv.-o small howitzers "i'ou have thousands at homo. John i. i n i i I in- -I, T ;miibki.-t balls and hauled I Albion, vriio can neither read nor write. I They groan under a system of Govern- j Ollvv of them m out which barely gives them inltaneous'y discharged killing nnd Ask them, the doomed, hopeless slaves 1 of your native land, and they will tell i you that oppression is no better because ;ts victims are weak. i charged them, and not a mar. of theii' instances there is llt. inuriis uuu KU on a macK _c r, I i i kin. If thcv insist so on freedom, let .f 'I-Ul ot devised, for the good bcm free tljcmselvcs, thepoor, ignorant i cooklllS supplies and loi- and hw iainily. Interested reatures. If tb.ey cau'fc it's their own 'tenng around their fires. have in opp bv same time ilic First, Iowa An Worthy of Imitation. Ofi-'iuE OF STATIC TREASURER, MADI Messrs. Editors j system is one of the best things yet 1 soldier parties opposed- th.e system ar.ii done all in their power to provuut its hand iThc army paymaster's have been charged with opposing jlKe system ti-'oin tha faot it i'n- jet-eases then1, labors without bringing iei them any additional compensaliun. have reason to know that iu many too mncli around' FOE NEW WEEKLY t at lli Pooh, what do I care for them I entire regiment, it, is supposed es-l want my money. i The sordid soul of this For A SHINGLE MACHINE in  Ulue hi in there. He was all smiles vrbcn he visited i vuvidus dulitors, and requested tlicj a settlement (.-f their r.econnfs with Piasios. N? intoii'litig to pitrchnsc Pianos oi iadeunf, cull uptiu the under bytore doiuj; po. i litre ,-in-l at Two nn4 remit proceeds AT CUA'UIJNT HATH3 Of liX- CHANUE. Attcinl to thn lit. SMtrosl I on nnd txn.i issue Sight Draft.-; al! tile cities o! Europe. Oliiuc open frr-..i 9 A. M. tit) i P. M. :business friend who did not appreciate! jail the views of Mr. Albion, attempted; jtn answer his arguments. Speaking of" mf; IK Great Britain's example of philanthro-; A nii.sia !pv. his friend remarked as follows returned hi. Terrrolo ST. J HNS, N. F., April 2T. Tha Ansjlo-S-ixon left Liverpool jsible. I hnva Ion l cheerfulness with in-i'.'.iih 300 and n cruw of; laughed at hi'.n. [sinieii. She was wivekefl four miles to s.iv you 'von't' the money WHS here on the will.be distributed from this offioe with the utmost dispatch pos- sible. IU.'ijo'r Fenno in forwarding' the money says 'T paid the 32d Regiment Wis. Vol. Infantry on the I4tii inst., in this city, and have spas-ud no pains to have the allot- ment as complete and uerlect as pos- been convinced tho interest of the soldier, is his duty to allot a of his pay, either for the support t j of It-ice iiLnoon to day, of his that it may be saved of yours, Mr. Alhr.n. thai cur Preii.-knl is will iu i hnvo tho s> at riitas uf ilbu tu till nt iuw d. W. SMITH. h-q j a'ju CUV 1 1'Or laor; t 1 if-clubratud -Picpuuiator of 'irtl She ran no such ritk ns civil war and. Bo nils and he is the god of n-.jr national destruction. The slaves were'. -rv. He ropudiatus cvcrythin.s that to him for h'is future wants." I have i no personal acquaintance with Maior -jtn ihe wreck Ijy IODCS i i.-. ,l -1 jrenno, but I liave no hesitation- in -24 more in a, lire ocjat, i saying that lie is making a to'.al saved of 97. business man, a captured rebel captain irt B recently to eiem of.tbe pwsnliardr'H AstctnbUiig" his.fellow tiv'e's.in proper ra'nfcrliittr Pillowa, tBdtogb riof belonging to hnnjan species, uudar fcad at rationalbeiiigt. the ItetweeQ your great Thi :wear, the other yon -was.; lion. Original. Tales and writ- ten by the- best and most popular, au thors, the subjects taken priucipallv from events transpiring oil the bat- tle-ik'ld, are published from week to week. In addition to the, -above- depart- ment, of .the. .nothing will be'- neglected; -that -can add. to: its inter- est, and make it acceptable- to the farmer, the' mechanic', and tlie man of business. Neither will the LADIES b'e for-, srof CHOICE' POETRY, USE FUL RECI-PKS, HINTS ON Ti-l-E: Metrqpolitia Reeotd lia.tiz brgiri, i beinjg'abie to stomach" its inftrasl trsar. Moat persona ascribe tLalr adversity to Heaven, bat tbeis prosperity to thwr own A lady suggests propoaitions bo mafic .to Jeff. Dayis North- ern UuionisU. One year'of struggle -with wrong for the aake of right, contributes more to processive life than forty years of com-- promise with wrong, or mera timid al- tegiance to right. If a woman marries a man aged be- tween 85 and 45, thus exempting Uira from the first class of conscr.pts, whiih alone is likely to be called but, is not guilty of "disloyal A foreclosure Las been issued ia suit of Fernando Wood and against the widow and heirs of Stephen A. ou about eighty thousand dollars, worth of mortgaged property ia 'Chicago. The Butternut .crop allure down in Indiana. We will pay cash for a quantity of nice maple sugar. Bying Confession of; a Knight; of the Golden Circle- A correspondent of the )hia Inquirer relates 'the- followicg A tnaa.of'respectable, counections resided fur some years near died -a lew. days sinco at his home-. A few liours p'revlous to his death'he called a few friends around-, -and- intinnued to them that riot ;die peaceably without releaving his conscience of a'weight which burdened it. He confessed that lie was a Knight of the Golden which order wa's-seci'etly'-and; extensively sented in most Jfor'Uierfa' cities.. 'Ho stated reucular and general cora- municatibtV was carried on between .the 'head'quarters of- the "Kniehts" and the cabinet of Jeif. Davis, he was cognizant1 that the rebel War Department had arranged with' tlia organization-ot which he was n mem- ber to evacuate Richmond, for tho purpose oi drawing'the Federal forca -'that far1 south, and while their'atten- tion.was'there engrossed, the.rebel army, by a quick flank movement, would descend in full force .upon TO T FT i 'irnTT Wasliingtonv by r, general liprising'of ihe tKuistts in7 pfnnavl- MATTERS, will all receive due at- tention. In short, the War Press be.uiadj as good .a Weekly Newspaper.' as it cati :b'y money and. talent, and nothing w.ill be left undone to make, it an-acccpt- able weekly visitor to every loyal man and wonian in the country. "the' great net arrived a true friend of the sol sen- Confurk-rarv. jjadvahc'R''iii -the price of 'over 100 per cent, since tl ie.-Pros pec-- lus :ibr.. th.o second, y.oiume .was is- publisher is cp.nipeiled, to 'sysN saye himself from 1'ieayy jj'eouniary to-change "the terms' to the lol- TOWQ Trs.isuror'a UuceiptJi ncatlj nnd ex- ditious'y to or tor ;it this ofTicc us it c.-vll. Wo hiiVj A fino lut oT Curd? jpyr, ic., und Jiro do :ill and in. guud atyi B. (Vinr'nv, F ,in i.nc! orally, arc opposed to slavery, but come "to settle in tho j D. ciuiion, n. M. it as their unavoidable misfortiipo I Feb. 2Tih ISC'.'.___________________: They are not willing to break _constitu-, Glad to hear it, Albion. Your ready No more Bloodlstting. COSJOSWELLb' ce .Vratcd Antiphh'tt Salt, fot the cure uf inllwinatory tliacaso nd no othtri, it fvr snle in Manitowoc the i'KANKLINBOOKSTOKE DR. J 23'333- is? :r ss nco corner of York nd 3t- P.nil tug. commniuler is Sllpnoscu to be monstho drowned. Tlie purser, first and second cfii- Oflice sndKusi ecLh All Bauds of "vYork dons aud Satis- faction Guaranteed- N. B. Dr. P, call particular attention to h'is Rubber Mork wlik-b. is full us guml tho best puld rilntu, clwmcr, an-l ounios ui ;c.-s thsin'half tuo pricti of Gold or Platimi. itional pledges, and hazard national li e, is iust what wo want to Eiip-.iortj ;as well as honor, for the sake of You will have a'call'cers and the jon. We soa no way I cabin passeno-u-, fortune, and neither honesty nor consis- i Kh said the dismayed adventurer, i tcncy in you, whose lords are pampered. I am not a citizen i i-v-'jai doctor are saved. One Lieut. Sampson of Hon. John i while your white slaves starve. Well, we can't holp that, said John mmutes. I Albion, more moderately, unless vre, too, 'nave civil war. Then that can make you one in a very fc Fresh Arrfral. 1 LOT OF KEW BOOKS, STATIONARY A. including Cap, better, and O-iii Pa- -tr Illank itc., is just received and f.T uln the i'KANKLIN BOOKSTO HK. j April Sth. ISSl. Wanted. I will buy any quantity of RAGS; Old Bopt, Finh Nets, Ac. Ac., and pay the high- it market price, if tieiirured at the Franklin Bop'.torc within 9R 8. W. Sill'M Just HcceiTcd. McOufiiey's 6th i 6th Copy Tribune Almanacs, Key to Rajt'fl Arithmetics othor goodi by ek-ven or Expresses tk. But I don't want to take the oath, j 33ut you mllsti or j S0lne uch money. r me lias it come to this fo'-ing and family are supposed to be I in one of the missing boats. SATU'L D. HA'S'TIXGS, State Another -Stirring Letter from the 5th. Ciiinp near B.elle 'Plains, Va, April 21, l'S6'3. GENERAL Enclosed please, f find two dollars which I wish you to 'j It'you show any reluctance to taking! assistance could be rendered. t should teach you silence jou E upon American s'.avery. The blame j that with so m land the remedy lie only with a few i thousand slaveholders. The nation free and without blame. fnc njtb, you may be set down as a i Bat John Albion's views were doom-1 anti or sllot and all Jed to expenenco a wide and ludicrous; [iavo you connssaltd" j change. His was the empty, But I am a British subject, j philanthropy characteristic of his race, Ha, ha 1 Vou may sa-y that. And and expos d and exploded for ages upon you've been in business at the North the indulible pages of mocking history. tvrenty Tcar3 to our knowledge aud a of our civii war made their iip-i nn'ontionist at that i-leave; ar.d perhaps: ;lfuj, stnu.k. uimeaitv ;u uoinpl 01 The deck broke up about one houri ply oii my subscription to 'the -Tri- bune for another hoping that by the expiration of that tiiue we will Several persona eiuna; to the rig- until tlie foremast fell, but no lowing rates: TERMS :OF THE WA'Il'PRESS r Oiie copy Five copies oue Ten copies one-yeai', Twenty copies one year. twenty .copies yne iih are being flred it Cape Race and united country around us. getter-up.'of Cliib of 10 or 20 copies will'be entitled to an extra copy. In'rio-instance can'lliese terms-be deviated from, ae they little more than the cost TOE1 UP OF CLUBS.' be able to peruse the columns of your Tndse. forming ;be oi- paper in our homes willi a peaceful lowed the privilege of.having pap.er's to aliiact the boats. attention of tho tnissina There is but little news around here. His Exellency, Gov. Salomon, was with us this mornina; and miide THE -22c to Gov. Salomon. An very j. patriotic and iutereslim? ad- -A large number uncurrcut money at current. pcnrance, aud were hailed with insolent j Albion saw his terrible dilemma too C. C.BARNES, '.delight by the English peers and press :iale] and concluded to take the oath, Animated by the same base spirit, ue his chances to keep what he i mn-inl-- S' 1 nris too.sided with the rebellious demagogues i bad- bo ooulj for Jck., di un0 who threatened the life of the country, not Convince them that he ba ihcV publish a January 1st 1SOO. of the members of the 22d Wiscon- ]iaroleJ prisoners are now at SPENCER S, CLARK, General De.nlor iu Dry Goods, Groceries, CLARK'S MILLS, WIS. i which had 'made them and upheld their uot a Of the North. 'early treasonable manifestations with So he now sworn ii. disingenuous guments, copied from American; lijtter to Gov. SALOMON, giving some nto a reaalar account nt their capture and captivity, diess to our regiment. Most .all of the boys in -Co.: A, arc- in good health and aro ready 'when- ever General Hooker gives word to go forward and strike a b'low which the 'enemies, of biir country wiil when with the. assis- is the Time. WVCHINE OIL, SEWING BILK, TWIST ind NEEDLES for Smrrair good ttock kept sonstnatly on BOOKSTOJIE. Will sell goods at Mr.nitowoo Trices for OASi! 1 slavery and the ghost of principle or PAY. Keeps nt nil times a good I, [jero was Jeft Jn liim vanished with tho Stock on hnnd, and soliciles n slmri; of tho pub I tic 'nitronago. Hendy ut all timei his ciiitoiners. Give us a call. Nov. Mlh 1S62. T9u2S. the hypocrites of the English I that he was a hot Hebel, he outoursod' He felt, now, that his peekets were in! tbo in denunciations of tho danger; forgot all about the er.me of; Xovth !to prove oiosinir by m appeal to him to tauee of the Almipjnty, we shall have 1 Unfortunately for enthusiasm j whers they can a.'le iiini consijici.UHis and at a t.iinei t put down this rebellion, and huve done dealing with those traitors .w.ho see their families and! coine out boldly aiid with arms in use his influence to have them brot' State and maintained here, sent to one, or. .more .Offici-s, of additional; sub- scribers trom time'to ;l'ine, as''they may bo obtained, at -forming Clubs will: please, when liave-..them s at to one addreess. of the Pisisss" will be forwarded when're- .Address, JOHN W. 1.1.1'.-BOUTII FOURTH siUilSKTj [Publithud April 24, 1863.] CHAPTER 303: to wnit on arbt dollar he lost by national disscn- j when ra0ney were peculiar- j' sion. ly liable to confiscation and ccnscrip-j FAIRBANKS' STAKDARD I have marry eut-omers in the South, cried John Albion. Thousands of dol- lends, until they are exchanged.. In regard to their Southern exp; t'ion.'one day he found himself forced! 'i'-'ncs, they say: into tho rebel army, and his property! 'Wo found the Sonthsrn and to their hands endeavor to. overthrow our Government, wo can then.deal with those trailoi-s in tlie'North.who are endeavoring by secret and underr handed wire-.pulling, auda.dis'.-up- mighty good customers Also, Wwcliousc Trucks, 1-etter ic want to see this country CO. i hat is 'slavery to us and 112 Ltike Street Bo cnroful to buy only tbo Jo.-i t-w w lars ara duo me 'from that section, 1 1 left to the tender mercies of Jeff. 'Davis. j soldiers, think on the whole, they ouglit to he i If John still lives, he is probably at! let go In peace for after all, national a loss to know where he belongs i questions at "What are you P t honor is but a name; ar.d the easiest abroad, or to the Wortii, or to the South. down here fighting us was the-oountlJ whlch -we' hay way is always the best. It is a "pity j Doubtless he thinks the Nortb hot quite' almost uinvursaF query' of the j always been proud bur own: they ara so wayward; but they are I so bad, after all. He prospered there "If you would all stay- at -The. former :class, traitors though at exchange. and discuss .the great to a dishonorable peace at "What are you'. 6FALL KTXDS. liousc Trucks, betto FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF, tome. I don't for a score of ye irs; the people did not. home, well never go ISorlh to light r in a civil war j rob him, nor moke him swear allegiance: vou. V7e are tired of the war, and what is a nor Sht. UNION LEAGUE AN EMBLEMATIC SILVKUl'LATEL' THE TJSIOK BADGE PARTV pi- Sl'ATES. As to the prufits he will to go home." They seemed to These j rive from his change of base there we had commenced tlie war, 15.tU doubt, if. he gets the reward duo; bad forced it upon thorn, and they be, are brave men, and. .thus in a 'measure, command our" respect, AN ACT" to ameint.'se.ctiqn. 217. .o.f chapter 120 ot the'revise'd'sta'tut'es, courts h.ejd. by justices of the The people of the in senate arid Itsfcmbly, 'do cri- ad as-'f allows. Section and.seyenteen of chap ter-.one. hundred anditw.enty of the revised is hereby amended, ;adiiing thereto, al'wr the words "brought in the thereof ;-the iu: "And iu and other northern states, cap- ture the city and seize upon the goy- eminent by force, leaving our army- south at liberty to-desolate at the pense! ot' retaliation iu their states. This is no fabrication, bat unques- tionable authority fiirriislies this con- fession of a dying.'m'an, -ou a subjfct now lamihar to ih'e residents of tlw 'district wherein he resided. [Published April 24, CHAPTER. 3QO. AK ACT to..facilitate, the confiroa- tion'oi sales'of mortgaged premia- es, in certain cases. The people of the tiate of Jf'iacontix, rrp- reientcd and a numbly do act as folli ti's Se.cl.ion -actions "tor tko- t'orecloscre of "a mortga'gb upon real, estate, wherein a sale of the mort- gaged premises :shall be held Slid made by any sheriff, and a deed or a certificate .of sale of the .mortgaged premises shall be executed by.said sheriff to the'purchaser'thereof, if tho sheriff making such sale shall dis without making a report, of such saio, such report of sale may be made bjr the plaintiff, his 'or attorney, under oath an it upon-filing such re- sal.e, the court shall makc-.a.n. order o-.nifirming such sale sale and report, in the same man- ner and with the' same effect as tho' -siiid report of sale had been made by the sheriff who made such sale. Sec. 2. In .all. actions hcretofora brought for the foreclosure of a mort- gage upon real estate, wherein a salo of the mortgaged premises'shall been by any sheriff, and a deed or certificate of sale ot the mortgaged premises shall have been heretofore executed by any sheriff to the purchaser thereof, arid aaid'sheriff shall: have died without having: made ifc.'feport-of-such snlo, 'snch report of.jsale.may be by the plaintiff, hj's or.. attorney, under and" hpoh 'filing such' re- port of tho co'tirt shall make .aii'. order- confii-ming cr.eh s'al.e and, report, inthe same niacner. ;amt with the same eflect as though "fiaid- report' of 'sale had bc'en made by. made such-salo. Sec. 3. -This effect and -be in forte from and after, its lassage _. 'Approved Apiil IS63.. the latter, are a'.sot i eiidered' in iiivor of .the.p'laintiff for. a su'm'l.oss.fhan fifteen ei'ciUj" ards and we1 utterly despise them nigger but a nigger any how 1 are the sentiments of.my heart And ho slapped the side where he to his baseness. Sii feet of earth are- tbev Icept his pocket-book. given to all dead Rebels; but no thanks; j morB War did occur. The guns of treason 1 and therefore, to thrso of his country- i viuw rested their hopes i arlraed ciass W6ro about to "a aimed af Fort Sumter, violated are like him, and read tins, uf success on tiie probability of a .1 n-o tcir the advice Trill be lost which Devolution in the North, which would shall' TUB USITED compact of the Union, annulled con-} n's tc3-r tlia r stitutional rights of those in arms commends his fighting for dear life. The I from the bottom of o'itr bsiirts. enlightened took a different j .'We once were a'lraid: -that the- last tl've control of the loyal- states aiid-witn' 20 oorrts of good wood for whiob will paid in EubscripJ; ;oa a tho Triiunt, CERTIFICATES neatly PSICES. lumdrcd Per thousand Julyl- CKKTIKKSTANDS something n.w, jw to Single Badges I5c. ADDRESS against it, and freed the loyal from ev- ery obligation, further to uphold the slavery that nourished traitors. John Albion was in a rage. Your abolition fanatics did this, raved ho. You were tha bitterest among them! tation. last move for their imi-joaji Our soldiers from the Hold. A Texas Major being asked 'what would be ihe pro'bablo fate of a man En OLD DEMOCRAT TCBNB AOAISST' who would mrike a speeoh in the TUB lion. ALLEN WORD- I Confederate Congress, -denouncing tho administration as Vallandighiim that thor.ght'our hearts failed .us; Wo now rejoice': that- the tide has turned, arid they are .fast dwindling. of Ln Kayetie a promineal member of the Democratic party, and the My iVord for it, as long as thp sol- i did at "Washington, replied I diers in the field have the' assurance the solo Matjufaeturer anu Proprietor, yourself. tot. yjEKJSTT as ici.f -York, changed 'P. 0. Box 161-1, of Maps! Chapman's Sectional and Township Mnps Wisconsin aiid tho Northwest, mouctod, pnnt- ec! on cloth and iu pocket Corm fof saie ot the Franklin Bookttore, my opinion. S3en morn, This war and will I representative of bis county in the Coii- i that formerl -the Slate Conslitn- addressed ibe Caicn Lsague at ruin me My debtors down there, write to me that, they won't pay. What can I do I can't bo ruined Wait and ECC, perhaps you You advocated civil war vrhen vre op- posed it. The South with IOEE princi-' beliic reDtio: noo, Mineral Point last-week. ins '-'0 administration a He is for giv- jeoerous Euppor! efToris to crush the rebellion, acd u'jes the copperbear! intrij.'ui.'s by whici. .ssfk to inEare the success ol the re- he' had half finished he would be cut in as many pieces :is there were mem- bers oi the body he was address-' more we read in Southern journals, and the more w'e converse with Southern men, the more we are convinced that the class of men styled Copperheads in tha .North, are our jiicst deadlv enemies, that the: hearts of the masses of the people at home are with they will always do their duty no matter what dangers-they have to pass thro'. Send the paper the same as usual. Your obedient 'servant, Co: A, Sth Reg., Wis, Yol. the otter have tjj.e make ah affidavit thai claim against nc; the suru of fifteen set' C1 sliali fife of the'cba'rt :or'Ui' in- the'sarrie'with the clbr m which such'' beVperid'r ing, .an.'d- se.rv.e a .copy.ihe'reot prior to tb.e term at which the appeal may be tried, the action-shall: be-tried in the appellate court; as i'tiiilly brought there." '.See...2.. passage-and ..Approved April human twq.classea those w.hp go ahead. .-ini; do something and these who.Bilmil and inquire. -'wasn't aS done The following is a list, ot the contents. of Con- tinental-ter the month of May Pr'air.ie State; A ter. .-in- Camp In M'emoriam A Mer- chant's Story; Shviock'wi: Antonio "j A of Tp.-Day National The Surrender of Fort's Jackson St. Ihe Mississippi; Rea- lihymcV and Rhythm.; The ueo'f the Union Earth'i Ljfist. Battle-; iliria.m's .Testimony Thd Destiny of African Race in State's Was lie -The Oauses.aud Re- of ihe War; Great Heart; LtU erary 1 Fast wai generally observed yesterday, and Rev. Mr. WHEILKR delivered a patriotic addraw at the. M. E'-Oharcb', which wai Vary highly commended.   

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