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   Prairie Du Chien Courier (Newspaper) - September 12, 1861, Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin                             VOL. IX, NO, 41. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. 1V.1I. D. MEKRElli, Mtor Proprietor. of Uluff ami Church Streets. per unniirn. imyaule 'i.itir- tcrlv, aniimll.v, ADVAW.I. r-Twelve I'll'" ,ce iiiiko >'J eliarjjc.l (CM one ___ i ?1' 1 SiitWo" at Hie THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER PER AMUM. F. B. H. F. BATCHEIDSB, House, Sign, CARRIAGE WAGON, I'AINTINCr, Church Street, 1'rnirie du Oliion, Wis. Cgy-IIMim I'nlntlnit, Ciliull.K, Or.lnlinr. kl.ulivf Hi onr inanntr. Al our work and price'  n which those lives were offered up 1 Never. I repeat, was there o cause more sacred, nor one more just, nor or.o moro urgent. No cause more sacred, for it nil that has been considered, most do .ru- ble most valuable, most ei.nobling.to a po- litical society nnd hum'nnitv at largo. Iio cause more for il involves "chemc has the and natrounL'c-.ol an aristocracy to wlncli ror C "rations Iralai.d.has her socml wrelchodness and disorders, and which has scoffed at and scandaliswd her private ..cv.. and with extraordinary success, and project now lo be assuming.dell- line shape and proportions. II will be if piiss.ble. beyond lho in.- tprlerenco of the government. The-fscneral reader not Uclt evi- dence that isalargd of peopU at the North who demand the abolition of slavery as the first certain consequence of thin conflict with the South. Tho moil composing this ci.w m my not M n "eneral thing, have stood at the head nt tho Republican party hero but in all the earnest of the past t.n yearn they have certainly bcon th. party K It.o and s.ml Their cry day and night. been anamit South, on account of arm "and ever since commenced, thev have urged, with mor. or less vehom- our chief object should b. ence. inav oui forcible annihilation oV the institution. Their numbers is by no means small and sinco they work with a will, when they work, it is not Grange that their should pruvc to the Mralion. It is seen, we preiumB. Ife in i----------1 they nro lo tlio work breaKiug up arty at the Sorth. and ibo neait Vl 0 learned history of the Stars and blripos un lhe CMe.l adopted at Chicago, or r a healthier and stronger life anil renown to millio lilllt for E.iKlicd, the liberty of Iroloni no iiruntiiv-'i led he started for llie funeral. WiUcattcndiugthe solemn of the grave, some hungry do5 coaii. con- "n'dTeTteralod cheeHng j Be it with lrjrh- men, at all events, lesson, tho iiicentivu tlio nniinnsinff conviction, tho rallyn.C "at- tle'cry in tempestuous time i-rery hlow that with the shout of an bealac Ot'lGTOT UlO Q1U UillbJ" DUC itftllO upon the plnlforin of the Union, pro- claim or cnterU.n no other purpote thaa the wstorstioo of the government upou 1M former basis. It is nn'orluiiate that Mr. Lincoln, in making his civil appointment J, has encoiir- i leir anuiuuii v.itiwv..... cheersj-wuh this purpose and with thebe ed her to ,U emotions wo bayonets havo swept beyond lho likolHc mighty genius of tho Saving for Old Age. No one denies.lhat il is wise lo make a H money for a destitute old man is a sor- to every one the DVM.KU IN Slwl. Cllt- I'.ralrie   I from. I'lVe I VoVltin. CIHI-IPOM City. It. i K. 1'falrle.loCl.len. Capital House. G. DUTOHEB, Proprietor. House, Seneca, Crawford County, lion" Ueonvcnli-l.f.ylocalr.1 Intown ftf-iSM 1't.iltle au Cl.le... lho touniy (feia... U the Staiie-on ee_ nrnmcnt to no u IHU JIHPH.IWU although' the original intention wus to destroy it and abandon the works. _ An Aerolite fell near Eng- land, on the 1st nit. H weighed about oiVhty-lhrec pounds, and was burwd near ly'six ItiOt by its lull. The flo-ir murchanU of Now Yor] havo contributed bags of containing twenty, eight pounds, lor tho benefit of lho families of volunlecrs. _ Wliou you aro looking al a picture, vnu trv to nivo it thu advantage of a good C.t Be as courteous to your fellow crca- Hires as you aro to a picture. Nineteen rifled -'pieces, composed of iK two and twcnlr-four pounders, were I S'rned from lho nil meai.s. pal wo an Whence it is as I havo said that this was a propitious-hour aud this is a consecrated scene. (Great applause.) Hi-h above these banners, these trees, the iBinst. the hardiest and the oldest, the rude the senile, white hairs, and glowing cheeks, lite extremes ft socioly. It e. and charncter-into one irreat edifying and be- nignant throng, the Angel of Charily ex- tends his wiugs-sinciilies the.pnslimes and Ihe pleasures of the elu- minaies; ennobles what might othenv.so be ro'uk'h, boisterous frivolous or kilo, ami linkin" with rays of divine light and lus- tre llie'livim? aiid the dead, breathes into every Irish heart at leant tho .assurance that they will mivcr.be forgotten who fall in a just cause, in vindication of laws which nnd unimpeachable, ancl in sustninmenl of a Goveimmmt which, while it is the least exacting, att.he siinio lime tho most encouraging ami ben.hc.-nt tho world has over known (iMiiluniniuc cheering.) This is the lesson, the purpose lho inspiration wo acknowledge lime BIU I liiivi-alruailv said liliUl.ie rniuiiiy ytri.nis w, W..-M... fronting the ship of Vasco di Garni, upris- in" here to repel the intrusion which would establish hero on tho seas and of tho NV." World tho crowuod monopolies and disabling doininati.i'n of tho O.d. (Loud and enthusiastic cheering) will the Irishman of New York stand bvlhis cries il.l. and heartily, wilh lamillO, U1B cancer, and the rank Rourco of the povorly and slanders, in spite of which her chit- f siflnrr irorxt ulld aiHI dren mak-! their 'f.cling good mid asseu themselves abroad, and long con- tinued cheering.] Which boing so. let who hail from" Ireland, [loud cheers] wo. who have taken an oath of loyally, not L> New York, [heir, hear.] not. lo Alabama, rhear. hear.] not to .Massachusetts, [hear, __ i__. fl.o.ir. not to near t nut t., not to hear.] not to Kansas, (hear, hear, lu any one unwortri.y 01 uot.cu olitionists are now tidiing U for granted that the President i< their friend. thxt llldv II1U I i ii v f thev can havo his consent aod while they turn the war into abolition. channels lanncls T But we Ho not ciurge or ivliml the Pt-osiiiont has any such purpose thMe f nCHttVC and heartily, with ami approved, inexorable Jidelity-duspiie all the sacrifice lo pleseryed. i, cost, despite of all the dangers inlo w I, e h .J.. which il may compel Ih.eiu, despite ut the m alla lov- ,_______.......to (rlonill It may Utlt-u o irtecn may at. forty. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS, 1 NSINHAKO'S BRIOK DI-OOK, u (IMcn, vol.fi-noM-tl V. MAIN STttf.r.T, fr.MtllK I.f CHIKS, AVIS. t.W tac on l.a.i.l a vrrycholc tlKirlinrnl ol rich llro.iilrloll.x. Jco. tin u to make loor.lrr. I the Utmt nn.l htMt Clotlte eteauc'l aixl on sliorl n.jller. roHtStreaci" J. G, ST. ONK BOOK SOUTH OK KASBS1 lIOTEt, Manufixcliitoa antl sells Evcrylhlng is TUG ItOOf A' SMOJE ncd Ironi vnu Y nn tho 23d tilt, for Cincinnati, destiu- cd'it is presumed, for Western Virginia. _ A single "hot from Ihe American gun nt Foriress Monroe, sinking an iron-frigate would make her reel if it had reco.vcd a kick of Ihirty-flve thousand horses. A solder of the Briliih army ra- ccnlly Hogged almost to  lit to nucl ot wouiu -oparatiii''.1 he added. but wAo's afraid g.nlcs of Union tho rul.t to And timehe-repoatcd -who'sali'aid, wn. the crowd roared with laughter. J "The scenn was so peaceful a man might well doubt tho evidence of one's renfet that a "rent coiilust was being played out below in bloodshed.-or imagine as Mr. Seward sometimes doo-... lhat it was a finds mountains wuii us MIUHUVII-. the meadows .with that, blood red the greenest and most veraant. Inde's of grass. (Sensation.) ccnechanges. The mono has (Immenaa checrin-.) Such liberties must succumb tOfthe son, four cent and .ninety cent bellnhed with the head of tho Father Sf "country.- The several colors are pret- ty we 1 repyr..ented.. Tho one cent stamps Bridgeport Store. ami Retail.Dealer In all kln.U of GROCEBIES andPEOVISIOKS WINES, lIQUORS-and SEGARS. yyClKiptr than the Bridg-pott, (Batrctt'8 Ferry crno'r of Stale. A uonliliv Touog English lady, who priuon. on her i bur princes lene cnai.gcs, 'he whita clouds have vanished. lowing horizon the mbuntai.isof irg their grand fonnii wilh a SK" nccfclesn blue, and silent as the pyrai f lho desert, overlook the wreck and ray- gcs which the storm has lelt bchmcl.it. r1 ompr.tm i. LllO COUrtS, Wie pruiiricvioa e them have full .wng Their grand form- wilh a of d f ,raca. Such days have their b '___-.I... more lhan this, they arc a psle ultramarine. cent, a delicate carmine (red) the brown the tens.: green twelves, blacK twenty fours, purple thirties, tho nineties. sm.all quantily. of i priiivwi I each, afford ........-ily ihoir hundred Gen. Frimont at, ma riy place, in of the i-evolt. (Hear, hear.) 0 Of the laws, llio ,.police, tho courts! the proprieties and intercuts of .hem. have full sw.nK when he wakes in morning an there is a civil war upon him. Wiiat n co'ntrasi bctwe..ii Mr.Seward at crvintr out with derisive.UuRiner Whrt'nlrW and Mr. his CTCS ill thu morninR and asking if he is really in Ihe ruidst.of carnage and .civil war-or.'iloes lie dream, and is he..lho vie And even yet we doubt if Mr.-Sew.ird is fully awake, though since his remark to he J'imw letter wriler..lhe. cannon of :Bul. heard aV the .Capital, nno the'- rush of our'retrealin'g troops. When le fairly wakes up, let him rouse the other f _ nl.rl frtr.'A tflOtl] IO rites Ol Ulll'.', eir institutions in their own way.' This is lho doclrinc upon which the Ad- mlnistralion set oul lo reniit T.ct itbi> cl.u.g to, and ihe abolition Unit- ies repudiated, it the war is to be prosecut- ed with vieor and unahiniily. for, as as'Heaven, the" moment it is abandoned. nioreent the hopi> of government Republican Herald. in tlie uaysoi peauo.. "-v- peculiar sanctities moro lhan this, they h-ive their rbeonnize'd-and- favored; abuses institutions mid. prerogatives foulest sheet, lhat is Nearer to vast webs' of i.u '..iv uterwoven with the golden WHO were they and generons. an discolored and cold in death. TTlio Tenuity ot Aiding the Enemr- Tho folle-wini? order from- the Adjuunt General's office, bearing date April 26Ui. puts all direct or indirect communication with the enemy, respecting tho un- der llie Articles of War Bv Ihe 57th Article of ihe act of Cftn- ure'S entitled. Ac., ic.. approved April IU. 1SOI. holding correspondence- with or giv- intelligence to the cnenw, Direct y or ii.riirectly. made punishable bv "iher punishment be ordiroa bv Ih" sentence of the court-msrtial. The'pL'blic safaly requires lh< strict er. forcement of ihis article. It is therefor. Imudr-J' ofthc army.o? ie fairly wanes up, levniin ran no Hleeper. of Ihe.Cubin-t. and force I hem to irt tcliieh.-.in their uwiusiwi. torpor, they far.piovc hundred mile.-sonl-we ho 'It is -cheerless, and :uiicomforlablc, dSolaud by simoons and. peopled by ,veo- omou. rcptflcs-d.cidedly one'of ihe roost omfortnble points to which-lhe Uovorn- iincomrortnoie mont is obliaed.to send-itjiinsubordinates. The mutineers banished ,10. the.Tortugas donotgoassoldier3.bat as unarmed .a-. be work up- on fortifieations, much vicis do in or ofthe army, or military land or water, or -respecting Hi. troops, General io command, bs. and ih.Mmearo absoli l_It js.pleaiarit lo- see'roscs and- upon a younjt ltdy's chwtks. but -Hr. f break out in blouoms. nerM ocommano. the same, will proceeded tbe 57lh Article of _ B'are'tUe jn.r of   

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