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   Richland County Observer (Newspaper) - May 16, 1862, Richland Center, Wisconsin                                An Indepeudent Familj Newspaper, Devoted to Agriculture, Literature, General and Lceai Intelligence, Inde VOLUME 7. HICMURD COUJITY OBSERVER, KWUB8KD FRIDAY MORNING, -AT Center, Kichknd Co., Win. RICHLAND CENTER, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY MAY 16, 1862. ,'a-j RATES :l 1 10 00 1 1 '1 week, 1 rlulam not Bte lino, than linti chargvd by tho pricei; to paid for of will expected to awirterlr. silrertUcd wJ.H AD fERTISlNG A GENTS. The frJkwim will net M agents in praMriBf for thU In their RICHLAND COUNTY OBSERVER. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. EDITOR' EJCHLA5D CENTER, May 16, 1862. fc AhBOTT, k CO. WTKICKLAND CO. York. n-ston. .Milwaukee. Business MASONIC NOTICE. RICHLAND No. 66, A. M., holds regular eommuni- nriitund third calendar month, In the Masonic Mall, micbl.and Center. at'-1 .1. O. OF G. T. EXCELSIOR No. 39, Inde- ptmlenl Order of Good Templars, mcetscverr eveminu in Hie-Excc-lBlur Hull, nl M raberi of the Order viiitin'.' tills village arc cordially invited to meet with ui. N HOUSE, A HOSKIN, Proprietor, Riclilund t Center VVitconVm.''Persons conveyed to all parti.tlie of country on rranonable terms. e45y WALKER HOUSE, A- C: BENTLEY, Comer of East Wnter nud Maeon Slreele, '-Mllwaufcu WU. A. C. EASTLAXD, ATTORNEY Law. and AJIRO. A of JUazara and Phcenlx Fire InitirancK Comrniiloii. Ortlce opposite American House Rich- Ceuter, PRIEST !j MINER, ATTORNEYS, Rieh'.and Center, Witeimxlu. cly S. WILSON, ATTORNEY at Law, Court Com- mi.iio.ier.'ic.. Klchfend Center, funeral obsequies of Gov. Harvey were attended at Madison on the 8th inst. The ceremonies were unusually solemn and impressive. The remains were followed to the grave by several thousand of the citi- zens of Madison and vicinity, who joined to testify their respect to the honored and lamented Governor, fallen in 4the [midst of life, usefulness and promise. Senator-Quentin, of Mil- waukee, died last 'week after a brief illness. Then conquer we must, when ourcaustU Is And bo our God'ls our trust 1" And the Sinr Spangled Banner In triumph shall wave O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave. OLD "ABE" DIRECTING AN .-EXPEDITION. i A landing Effected at Willoughby's Point. THE PRESIDENT -ONE OF FIRST TO STEP ASHORE. THE NORFOLK OURS, Hurrah for OLD ABE I" We arc iu receipt of circulars from Hon. J. P. Hale of the U. S. Senate, chairman of the Naval committee, and of Hon. N.' Perry of the House of Representatives, together, with a speech of Hon. Hiram "Walbridge of New York; advocating the establish- ment of a system of organized tia of the for the protection of commerce. We have not space to publish the speech, but from a hasty perusal TVC regard it as an able cxposi- the location of. the we found out that the place, was as clear of reb- el troops as Eichiand Center was the day we started from there; After re- maining there three or four days tre took up the line of march for this place with usual rumor of a Bully fight but here we are, and not one to be heard of, except the usual camp yarn, that is .that they are ahead of us. True we have- camped at all times, on our march, where 'they have encamped, but at their, hearing of our approach, the first hard work they wo'd always do, on such occasions, is to pull up stakes and put cm; so you see we are after them in hearing those camp rumors; we never could hear of the long marches, the bad roads, the creeks rivers, streams, and long dry tho soldier meets with-'on his march, for as the saying is he must go through thick and thin, no matter whether his shoes are full of water or not, his feet blistered, the heavy drops of sweat rolling down his manly forehead under the pressure of. his knapsack, and four tion of the principle of national pro- days rations, blanket, oil cloth, haver- NAVY YAH.D TAKEN THE ENEMY HAD DESTROY- ED NOTHING. MERRIMA G BL 0 WN UP! Gunboat Fight at Fort Wright Hot Water Tr eatment Successful. tection of our wide spread and rapidly increasing commerce, with the nations of the globe. It is well known that our commerce forms an essential portion of our na- tional and prosperity, and to adopt measures for its proper and con- tinued protection, is no doubt the du- sack, plate, knife and fork, spoon, tin cup, canteen and extra shirt, gun, bay- onet, cartridge box, with forty rounds of ammunition. Just imagine your- self strapped and buckled tight with them on winding your way along the road, round each bluff with a southern killing sun beating down upon you, sick. Wni. J. Owens of Ash. Creek, f FORECLOSURE SALE. The State of while engaged in breaking company tor RwhUwl County. teams .had ma collar bone bro- __ ken by a kick from one of the refrac- tory animals. Our cavalry is the only regiment left in camp." w .the; Circuit ty of the national legislature. But it then you will see yourself in the morn- D. TITLES. G Z 6 a t I) i s Notiirv LJ> Public, Ijtnd-KD'l t.nw opposite Hie dmrt ftirnisli Alnilncli of Titleim Lands In Ihlj Taxui, and mlett-l to ull LaniU. EJLSTLAXD tt. X. J{ HASELTINE. 1. S. Hiclitand ConUrr. TTORNEYS and -Counselors at. tniT promptly to bunli.csscn-, u in tliiiaod adjoining count lei. fl ATTORNE I.aw.wiH uti WILLIAM ATTORNEY and Counselor Lnw Collecting Agent. Will prompt- ly mttrnd to all to hiscare. Offlvre al tat Union Kicliland Center t'iO FROST tf Van DEUSEN, A TTORNEYS, will practice in Kich- CountieB. Special aittn- -il. and lion pmilloCutleellny. U KaoiT, t--. Van Mineral fblnI, RlchlanU Center, 1.. Vim Court for Klchund County. 9AVID S. HAMILTON, A TTOItNEY and Counselor at Law JjL. Kichlmid Richland County, Wisconsin. alLeutton jinld to inveillxiilliiz land tlllei, aylxc fce. Office .it hi> resitlt-Dce. eld WAK CLAIM THE Undersigned procures Arrear- Doimty, Penilcmi, ice., for and UM gtate Bounty to Families: altradi IB and collection Milllnry account! aiaiarf the State and the United Slktci, snd uny bin- witk Send for E. D. QU1NER, O. If. WOOD, M. D. CONTINUES the Practice of Medi- ntvd mid lioliia In In all profeMional caUi, whenever his hit attention, lc.c. onedoorwcit of tho Tost Office. Richftud Center, AprU Id, IK63. 18u Drt. PRIEST. KEOULAK rUVbtCIANB. HAVING Entered into partnership, In the practice of Medicine, arc prepared lo at- lend le all calli, day or night, with promptness, corretpondiDK to the times. at Print k I-nw office. 3. y. CASSELS, M. D., DHYSFCIAN and Surgeon, tenders -L hl> profeulonal servicototlio citlxcni of Lone Keck and Country, ficiidcnce and oSico vt the Ilouie. d A. J, DEVOE, JEWELER and Watchmaker, v nichlind Center, Wli. Clocks, Wnlch and Jewelry carefully repaired. Work warranted. MRS. S. J. WAL1VORTH Has on hand, and will bo receiving from the east ev- ery month, new Millinery goods of the lat- eit fashions and most approved styles. Bleaching, coloring and repairing done en ahort notice, and the most reasonable ttrma. Shop at the old stand, on the cor- ker, opposite the Post office. wishing to purchase feats or bon- mtti, invited to call and examine her goods for thtjnselvcg. B. T. MORTON. readers could hardly desire better news than we publish this week. The Merritnac-is blown up! Norfolk and Portsmouth are ours, without fir- ing a gun McClellan's advances arc within twenty miles of Richmond, and .our Mississippi flotilla-at Fort Pillow, have whippeed .the rebel fleet, includ- ing four their force out- numbering ours two to two of their gunboats and one Ram) and the balance .leaves in a We may call this a brilliant day's work, furnishing material for a whole column of history. Thirty days ought to close up this little job on our hands. "OLD besides making the best President we have had since Jack- son, is beginning to shine as a military man. The expedition on Norfolk seems to have been made under his immediate direction. He has been at Fortress Monroe several days. He se- lected the place for landing at "Wil- loughby Point, accompanied tho expe- dition, and was among the first on shore- tremendous gunboat conflict near Fort Wright, is reported, in which one of the iron-clad rams built by the rebels, being copiously drenched with scalding water, was sunk, with all onboard. sharp skirmish near Corinth has taken place, but there had been no general engagement no to Saturday noon. is not taken yet, altho' a telegram to that effect caused a great excitement in Chicago day before yes- terday. However it doubtless will be taken soon. Milwaukee, May midnight dispatches bring Pittsburg dates to Sunday. It is now known that Lovell has reached Corinth from New Orleans with men. It is believed that Beauregard is preparing his army for a desperate struggle. Our preparations are being made on a grand scale, and nothing is wanting on our part to win the contest. fire at Troy, N. Y., on Satur- day will rank as one of the most de- structive conflagrations on record. occurs to us that much of this can and ought to be done, by encouragements given to commercial enterprise by con- gressional enactments, by just and equal laws for the protection alike of all the branches of home industry. The Agricultural and manufacturing pursuits of the country, form the basis of an interchange of commodities with other nations, so that to protect and encourage commerce; it is necessary to protect fostering care those branches of industry which have hitherto been al- most wholly neglected. .While cotton has been looke 1 after with pe- ing starting the march with at least forty pounds, and when 4 o'clock comes you will feel it to be one hundred. We are to start from here to-morrow there are various rumors as to our des- say Memphis, others say Corinth in Mississippi; it is all guess work, but from my observation, by looking on the map I think we are going to Little Rock, Arkansas, as there arc certainly some of Price's ar- my there trying to hold it as a place of retreat, for the rebels that are now at Memphis. They .have possession of the Arkansas river. Curtis is sorne- THE PBOOBS8S 07 THE WAX. The friends of the Union have good cause for gratification with the present progress of the war for the Union. Corinth and Memphis are tho principal strongholds which the rebels now possess, and there is every prospect that these will soon be cap- tured. The plan of the enemy aecins now to be to fallback into more southern and sickly parts; of the country, hop- ing that if the Union troops follow them there the yellow fever will de- stroy them faster than rebel bullets. But Gen. Hunter is evidently prepar- ing for southern and sickly emergen- cies, by arming the negroes to occupy the more unhealthy locations around Port Royal; the same course will prob- ably be adopted in the neighborhood of New Orleans. The most of the hard fighting, we think, will be done within the next three or four weeks. There will be considerable trouble with the roving bands of rebels and robbers who infest Missouri and Ten- nessee, as the rebel army will break up into squads of from fifty to to five hun- dred, and prowl over the country in a kind of guerrilla warfare, to murder and rob the Union men wherever they can find them unprotected. But these ruffians will have to be disposed of by shooting and hanging, before the war will be finally think howev- er that the beginning of the end is in sight. H. Raskins, In' porwancs of and by virtue ot; a judg- ment of foreclosure and nale of the Circuit Court of Hichland in this action on the filthutayof Jone 1851, favor of the above named- plaintiff, an t agaioa the abore named defendant.; 1 will sen: at public auction, to the hiffcert On the Vlthday of May, A. at two o'cleeV in the afternoon of that day, at the Sherifl office in Bichlaad Cvaatjr, the following lands, of so mvcb thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said and costs of sale, to wit.- The' South least quarter of the south west quarter section No. twenty one (31] Town nine [9) north, ol two west, containing forty in .the said cMDty and Slate of Wff censin. Dated Sheriff's office, Ricbhtnd CenUr, Febro.ry 12th, 1869. A. S. NEFF, Sheriff, By virtne of mm- Circuit Uourt teal, to sae of JoMph Raine of Hr Feb. A. D. 1861, the rifht. A the -.id Priest Miner, Pl'fft Attys., llHlSw I3T T having. O Di- The i-cn restored to lieaAh IB a few by a very remtdy, after Imrluc jexrswlth-artBgtiBWiirti, mid that dread li anxlouct" make kauwii to bl> M- lov sutferers the mtans ofcure.; u copy of (he pre- uacd wilhtlicUtrcclt' prenarinziiml uiing Ibvinme, which thvv fad a. SVRK A ultima tec; The afthe ndrcrliter iu trading the ecrlptlun in to bonefll tbeufflicted and uprend mfur- mnlloti which In' coneeivn ki lutWunblr. unit lie every anffer.tr try.h ii remedy M it wiK curt- them mHbintf awl may prove a Partluswishlnjtthe UKV. EDWARD A. WlLlJOW. 9iiSm Tort. of Juiwry 186SI. and to Ike wit The weetfcetf et the north W foar. in [1] Irigfcest for cask. the of my i.tbe in arid coualf.osj Monfoy, Jjw-il at oMoek the of bnndred lartend 'Dated, SheriBI' 'oTnce. Kichrar.4 Ceotef. I3aCw land ;'L. 0- AUjr. There beinc no" bidders, th Htoee weeks, to tke TM3 at 2 o'clock M. April There bidder. tie EAGLE MARBLE W0BKS. Hon. T. O. Howe, of S. Senate, will accept our thanks for Congression- al documents. culiarcare; our produce has been al- where round Little Eock; another corner, and our Steel coming on them from the north; I hope that Memphis and Little Rock will both be attacked at one time, and smoke them all the same day, then you'll hear weep- ing and gnashing of teeth. It seems we will get our long wish- ed for fight, though I never will reckon on it until I smell the enemy's powder and see the flash of his course there is none of us want to be shot, I am sure I if such is my fate, let the messenger of death goes for the Union. On our march I have discovered the following notice nailed-to a tree, I had the curiosity to go and see it and when I read it, I had the same curiosity to tear it down. These are the words it contained: HEADQUARTERS Sixth Regiment, O V. Camp at Beverly, Va., July 17.I8G1. DR. C. W ROBACK. Cincinnati, reeeived your long for most ncglbb'tcd, so far as protection or encouragement is concerned. But with the most assidious care at home, it is essential to protect our commerce on the for this we believe that the wisdom and prudence of Congress is fully adequate and that whatever just and equal system that body shall see fit to adopt, will be cheerfully sustained by the people. It would be quite useless to create the means, and basis of commerce at home and leave it unprotected in its necessary transit to foreign countries, or even upon our own waters. That the1 U. S. have all the material genius and energy to make it the great- est commercial nation on the globe has been sufficiently demonstrated. But with these, there must be a correspon- ding and suitable protection, by the enactment, and adoption of a proper system, whether it be by arming mer- chant vessels or increasing our national navy. Under the circumstances of tho rap- idly increasing wants of our maratime interests, it occurs to us that to allow the merchant, marine, to be placed in a condition of self-defense would be much cheaper, and at the same time, more effectual at for sudden than to increase largely the national navy. ind welcome Remedies a and hasten to return you a NEW STORE NEW D. L. WNS, fPAKES tliis method to announce. to the X eitizena of Richland county that he his just purchuted and brought to this village well-selected Stock of Goods, In his line; which he DOW offering to the public at VERY LOW FIGURES His Sloek consists in part. of. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PATENT-MEDICINES. OF AM. KINU3. KeroseDC Oil, Burning Fluitl, For Medicinal Only. WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WWH-S7MI9S. finished U onler, in inert av If tiilic r, and on tupa A DJCK Harness Makers, Bichland Center, Wta. AU kiadf of taken In oxuhange fn hrnttiire. S. a. AUSTIN, in Groceries, jLf Hefe Crockery, Books and Station- Blehlaud Oealer, Richland County, KEMOVED. been removed taUdlM on Church ?lreot one door louth for farora, he hopei to KELLY Shop. Custom Work U warranted. Repair -with Maioaw wd 49 Sm.- The aggregate damage sustained is es- timated at and the.insur-- once at Between five and six hundred buildings were destroyed, covering an area of eighty acres. A number of lives were lost. Most of of the principal manufacturing estab- lishments, public buildings, and finest dwellings were destroyed. House passed Mr. Arnold's Our Array Correspondence, FBOM llta BBGIMEKT, W. T. POCAHONTAS, Arkansas, 1st, 1862. MR. EDITOR this fine JMay morning I write in order to keep up uiy acquaintance with your wide awake and patriotic OBSERVER, and give a patriotic view of our whereabouts, how we got here; our regiment on the 23d of March, started on a. March from Pilot Knob, and after five days hard marching, got to Reeves station or Black Biver, Mo., a distance of sixty miles, whore we were informed there was some hard fighting to be when we got there nary rebel could be seen, except 30 or 40 lousy prisoners that were brought in by the Indiana cavalry. We remained there until April 19, when we got marching orders, and a camp rumor NOTICE. A black man. to be let to the highest bid- der for one year, George Edwards, he is 25 years old and one hundred and eighty pounds, he is now sound, -whoever gets him trill have to give dollars bond to have the said George Edwards de- livered back to in as good conditional the end of the year as he now is; Thebids to bo taken at tho grist mill at Foreshnte- man. Arkansas, May the 5th 'WILLIAM SHEPHAKD, Prop. The following oath is required to be taken and subscribed by the rebel pris- oners when arc or have been permitted to return to their homes. It is said that numbers of the rebels have taken and violated this oath from four to six times: I DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR, That I .will support, protect and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States against all enemies, whether domestic or foreign, and that I will bear true faith, allegiance nnd lyoalty to the same, any ordinance, res- olution or law of any State Convention or Legislature to the contrary notwith- standing and further, that I do this with a full determination, pledge and purpose, without any mental reserva- tion or evasion whatsoever; and ftirth- er, that I will well and faithfully per- form all the duties which may be re- quired of me by law so help me God. Subscribed and sworn to before me fow days ago, unanimous ex- pression in regard to our high opinion of the merila of the same. Wo have used them with bonefll in our Company, and hoartilv attest to the public opiuion o, their groat boiufu. In our cases especially where there have bean so many changes as from tho civilian in daily routine, in business at home to the exposed habits or active soldiers in a strange unnatural country, do we most appreciate the merit." of such Heavensent values as To all those in our petition do we most emphatically recommend your Remedies, being nssnred from eiperianod that they will be a very wolkoni companion. Yours, very trulr. Joseph A. Andrews. Cnpt. Co. B. Sixth Reg't. O.V. James V.Semple 1 Sergent Compasy B. Charles H. C. B. Russell, 1 Lieut. Co. a-- Th'omag S. Royse, 3J E.B. Warren, 3d Sorgent, Stephen A. Thayen, Samuel D Schooley, Comroi ry, Corporal Charles W, Taylor, Edward Bulimnnn, Carlton G. Cable. Togeather with 69 ex presBion beiug given. For sale at No. 6 Eaut.FoJrth street, and by Druggists evory where. _ The special attention of butlers it solicited to this as being tho bust arliole for complaints incident to camp lifo. And tlic subscriber would be Tery much pleased to take the Cash on Notes and Accounts due him on or before the first day of May next. This is to notify those in- debted to me, if payment is not made by that cnnnot expect me. to give you further time without making you cost A word to the wise is will take furs and grain at the Market price, for eoods and debts. Clover seed for sale. b 8. H. AUSTIN. April 2d. 1862. SUMMONS. State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court for Richland County. Henry M. Ray Plaintiff, against Richard Strablo, defendant. The State of Wisconsin to the above named defendant. You arc hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action also lor Sale SPALDING'S CEPHALIC PILLS The latest most approved School Books, Writing Taper, Slates, and WALL PAPER. Books obtained to sidcr. GIG D. L. DOWNS. Richland Center, March llth, 18G1. New Grocery! LoWer Prices WOULD Ihe people of Riehland Cowir ,Whe> prepared to do M kind of wo.k SADDLE HARNESS M AKIKO Bridlc'c, Collars Bit c- on fcanf. Ricolind Center. 15. G 0 OD A N D ARTICLES. A.   you to to Mop hunger, drink to quench to tickle the mottoes to heljv talk. Richland Cenler.July 3d, ISfO. eSly ATTENTION The Sextbnville High'School -will, com- mence its 6th term on Tuesday, May 5th, and continue tiro and half wonths.' English Brnhclies'.' month -i oo. Higher English Branches Term 160 For further particulars apply to H. w. GLASIEK; April 5th 1862. Principal. FAIRBANKS GKEHlEAf, 172 LAKE STREET, ;CHICAOO BUT OSLT TUK OKSflNE. 1ENKESSEE U inio t other fce to-fottow HI bar.dcd.and MR. H: .TOMS V will-to at fanning mill and jn mako wljai.be. al cre. January 1863.. tha _ are jjoo'd; B: a: s EV. XLBtOX F' 'EW affurd; Wgood Tor HOWARD ASSOCIATION, this day ,1862. bill prohibiting slavery in the Territo- j that we would have a good chance to rics, navy yards, or upon other public fight at Pitman's Ferry in this State, property of the United. States, by the wlueb. gave the boys double courage good vote of tho Senate. 50, It pass t for the march, but when vre -were en-r nnd made aome. inquiries as writes from Benton Bar- racks, St. "that 'foot .cavalry' is about played out, that their horsos are in stable, and only await ment. It has been difficult to obtain an armament, owing to the tremendous far the near Oorinth; than bosses and h.ave been sent there. Hamilton is in command Capt. Palmer being at home, was filed In the office of the Clerk of aaid court at Richland Center in said County on the 14th day of April, A. D. 1862, and to serve a copy of your- answey upon, the subscriber- at office in the Til- lage of Lone Rock, in Rtchland County, Wisconsin, within ninety after the service hereof exclusive of the day of such service and if you fail to answer as above required, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded m luu said complaint. Dated this 14th day of April. A. D. 18G2. Wm. C. WRIGHT, Plaintiff's Att'y. PIIILA A Btnevolini lattittition, tpecial Xrli'fof Sirk and ZHfttetftd, afflicted Virulent 'and Efidemie JJineatet, tnd eiptcintty .for the Cure if Dit-- the f MEDICAL ABVIOE Aclinf Surgeon, to all letter, with a. dofcriplion of thair condition, occupation, habits of IH'e, and in Job Work! We Are prepared to every description of op the most server" office. Qrdets ft the "Ob- country mv. tended lo promptly. We to do full AS aa any coualry in the state. The bes way to test ftm taw ad in oilers. of extreme poverty'. Medicines furnished freeof o.lujge. VAl.UABLE.KEPORTS.on Spetmntor- rhoea, and of the Sexual Or- and on NEW REMEDIES ployed in to die afflicted in sealed letter free 'pi Two or three Stamjii for pottage ac- Addrea. DR1 J. 8KII.LIN HOUGHTOM Acting SargexHl, Howard1 Awwcintion, So. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Bjr order'of the Directors. EZRA D. GKO. FAIF CHILD. Sec'y.: in- common no i' for iadoknt are Iboro-ritlr- compfti'nl teachers xppawiw. Deparlinert. in prfparlHs; iu loe Sutte offjti bett.r ie. thia resiwct; hall. (food tarti briow dollar ..Board in. W ucit icrim April i (a> SometMn Fermeis end the tl-t ic removed tu hie iflto enclosure of the ber at Neptune, in tfee town of Ithaca, os> or-about the ftfteeath day A. D., 1803, one Mkt white cow wltU iUte heivi, todhuo, posed Tie owaefls to take he? of Willaho peT-.thehighet-l CASH for'all of ce fhwt market pnet facility C-1C.   

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