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Daily Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - May 30, 1860, Madison, Wisconsin CALKINS co. IN THE OLD MAIN TEN ijo OFFICE IX MAIN ST. Wednesday six Carrier every 10 2 50 1 25 DOLLAR in Any person sending us a of or receive an copy Editorial The Fourth Annual of the rial will be at Green on Juno 13th, at 12 Address will be delivered by Hon. C. and a Poem by Prof. b. an Eulogy on VAX B. pay proper tribute LOCAL of respect to the memory of the Inte A. give a History of Karly sin It is hoped every Editor in tlis State be ent. for tlie Argus and The following reliable Advertising Agencies arc transact business for in the several ies where arc 119 Nassau New and 0 State JOHN HOOPER 41 New S. P. 111. CINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY for BATES one inch y three 75. 70.0'.' i2 00 l one of a greater length will bo known on application at tho Business cards not pxc fivo Six Dollars per J Special after reading or in 50.. per the the same rates 50 per ad- the Legal notices at the statute price be paid ad- All the time is will bo charged Card and Having an outfit of. latest best to do any of press at tho lowest and on short Every variety of sale SHORT telegraph east of at an last hence our report is megre this in by a Chicago detective for fire in. made another he was ensued on his danger be- ing 3IilwniilECC On and after April 23d, until further trains will run as LEAVE EAST. and Day Night LEAVE Night Mail and Day PROM EAST. A. Mail and Day P. jr. P. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. Mail and Day Night Madison passengers by taking the accommodation trai at A. have four hours in n turn the same evening at 10 p. M. in the to make a ascension from Chicago on the 4th of r's inquests were held in Chicago 100 lives were lost during the re- along to enter a house at Janesville nights by raising the it icing he could not While he was operating the of the house stood by the window with a loaded re- ready to give hini lad he effected an man anO were recently bitten by a dog Walworth at kee fot 28 cents wood pei are erecting gas works at La La Crosse papers are giving particular fits to DC Haven's circus recently performed in that They expect to have the telegraph line be- tween La Crosse and St. Paul in working der by the 1st of BY T FOR THE DAILY and attempt will be followed with one exception jiM re- common fair for home Sales 5.' 1.6 5. 30, common to good extra Wheaty export King and ce this byi the Another between ames former 29. Wheat Arabia last caused a belter feeling to prevail we note an advance of all grades At 'the market dealers transactions Market closes Flour paid to the brands but no improve ment law and Onice in King of right Slate following tlemen have elected officers of the State Reform Business THo has tlic largest Daily circulation of nny paper In tlic and is therefore live medium OF THE have got a fine lot of Blanks for sale They are on good and in vj t of Vice an of Andrew E. of T. C. of North murderer named was re- cently hung at who ran A GOOD the council meeting on Saturday Alderman offered the following resolution That the committee on Finance instructed the rooms in the lower story cellar of. the City with a Elopement in Sigh young lady from Miss a the on the corner of 5th uue and 3-Uh New was carried off on gay and gallant Gen. under singular The lover obtained entrance the character of a relative of but the deception being was excluded from the Last Saturday he called asked to sea the and was shown into the when Miss. Phipps Mrs. Ab- bott into the was requested to 4 was two n a connected with the The steamer Eate burst her o'clock this near and two deck the firemen and Attorneys and at W Attorneys and 11 T. ly the steps mounting to re- determining the feasibility J 1 n with stands moved his shirt adjusted the noose to liis own his a a Office Counsellors ftt State's Collections attended v T. D. K. and at Office n. Office joity B. nod nt S Court or Claims Commissioner Of Deeds for most of the States of the and Office Statt Wis. at- tended myl Attorneys Fox's corner Morris and Carroll J. 51. Quaker from 'The left Among the The total were The which S. V. H Gl P I BAPTIST CHURCH AT THE People's Cash A great many Goods for a little ing the same with stands ami for the sale of garden etables and report to the Common Council at its host together with of the of preparing said room for such and the de and con- report whether interest and the citizens of and of the fanning neighboring would not be promoted by devoting the entire lower story cellar of the City Hall to the of a market for the sale of articles under rules and arid committee shall be of the opinion that the interests of the city would be subserved by the establishment that they further report by ordinance for that ire regard move as a very sensible and think if indicated were fully carried they would re- sult in great benefit both to our and the farmers of surrounding GREAT will see by an in Van Circus and Menagerie will ex- hibit in this city on the of haps we cannot speak better of this everybody seems to be was also but instead of obeying wished her nominally instructress and resigned for the arms of her who after- was livst the part of Mrs. hurried into a in sue in carrying her off. The two are now St. a the young lady is other lessons than those she studied at the So only laughs at but fingers The following and night before MASONIC MACOY 3, Tempi S. i G. r M V and Select in T. A. S. Secy. Ji would announce to the citizens of Madison and surrounding that we have on hand by far thu best selected stock of Staple Fancy Pry EXHIBITED BY AXY ONE IS THIS CITY MR. of this experienced is to take advantage of lall in first arrival of He buys exclusively for our several establishments throughout thu and in- control of a heavy cash is enabled to close purchases ibr which thy long credit er is not able to This us im undoubted advantage over smaller To be convinced of these give us a call before thaii by the following from the kesha Van without the finest Equestrian Company this country ever The managers are gentlemanly and courteous actors are unsurpassed for daring feats and graceful whole combined forming a model troupe for briety ond good We recommend this company to the press and the public Mrs. Duncan have already mentioned the which has created a sation among the in Great the Lord Chamberlain has officially announced that a certain Mrs. Duncan art was presented by the This is a mode of ing the said Mrs. Duncan Stewart to al banishment good doubtless for some early peccadillo which the keen of the court had All of- whom Scotland alone can turn out a host in every quarter of the Queen's are writing to the Times on the part of indignant of their being the particular lady and everybody is asking everybody who Mrs. can Stewart is. enlistment in ihe subscriptions Sicilian the law officers ing it The were was at the Paris bourse had ly had for four The was lo. and unauthentic THE Jin thb Royal In taken Pro tho Received 5, ii and Third in First ana W. S. G. HIRAM 3 So. Blaster Secy. JOHN ST. JULIEN of chasing We are daily in receipt of new in the last five yards of English and 2.000 yards figured as low as cents per J Scotch fine French as low pe. besides a most select stock of Challi Chilli Challi Foil do Barege An- Lavella and Mohair 1'iiiho figured will sell you Silks loss by per than any concern in the have on hand in piir Shawl an extensive the the long and square Stella and be- eidos an of Black Silk and Lace Shawl Merino and Parasols Parasols I. Parasols Wo have just received a most magnificent assortment of all pure from 5s We have over our Dry Goods in our Carpet a of Which wo will sell any other to our Dry Goods store is our Millinery Where may be found the largest and best selected consisting of Bonnets of all 1'rench English Soft Children's Also Straw and thing in the Millinery will find it the on- ly place when purchasing at as wo can easily undersell any concern in tho West in that All wo ask is to give us a call purchasing and bo convinced of tho facts stated in this McKEY a new French Parker BOUND TO Board of ors of County met on and 18 times without electing a The candidates Andrew E. H. N. and Orson same kind of fight last the came out as he this WON'T A. Douglas replies to the officers of the State Agricultural Society cannot accept the invitation to deliver the Annual Address at the coming State The Journal of last night says that an ibn has now been sent to Henry Ward We find in one of the Memphis papers the following anecdote of a man who knew too During the administration of. President there was a singular young man ployed in the public survice His name He was from the sou of a a neighbor of the account the old hero had a kind feeling and always got him of his difficulties with some of the higher to whom his singular interferences Among other it is said of him while employed in the Post a letter of on the 10th. It Was reported that had the Papal and Piedmontese embarked from Genoa to intercept It was positively that 'the French army at Rome had received orders to evacuate that that had ordered garrisons march towards the of Spanish Senate decorated with the order of the Golden The army of Africa Madrid much Austrian government stated that the British on receipt relative .to Turkey lodged a formal protest this of J. will i his been on one occasion he had to copy of Major a high in answer application made by an old gentleman in ginia or Pennsylvania for establishment ot i new post of the letter of- en used classical language in this letter he not be in consequence of the applicant's another When the came Cush N in use in these Cues always in good Yesterday forenoon had another heavy accompanied by lightning and a little the blackest clouds we have had this It was so dark about 11 that the gas had to be lighted to see to in a a gentleman driving up Main in a was attacked with an epileptic fit in front of and fell to the He was soon restored to 3, IX S Gaps Furs at tlie sign of. the State of Circuit Court for Dane Roana vs. Horace S. Smith and Catharina de- By virtue of a judgment decree of foreclosure and in entitled rendered on tho 7th day ot A. D. 1856, 1 shall on the 30th day of A. B. 1860, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. offer for Bale and sell at public to tno highest at the front door of tho Court in tho city of in said tho following to wit lot number two in number in tho village of Dane State of ANDREW Dated May 24th, SMITH 's of Lost or T OST on or about tho 20th Jj a curly NEWFOUNDLAND five months largo for his white and a little white on his breast and Any person re- pup to or giving information whero he can bo will receive a reward of five N Even's Prison City -us in an enlarged and much improved in. appear ance and It will hereafter be pub at per Larey obtained a divorce from her Timothy in our Circuit court the under Russia stating that it to his TOM and V i O. L 60 Open ntl arid 7 P. Ml: 60 hands to being a great stickler for he altered to less Major H. observed and why he altered his letter 1 Why replied because I don't think the man un- what yon mean by said Major try again j r In a few days a letter was received from the in which he very indignantly said father had fought for liberty m the and he himself in the second of and he would like to have the of the scoundrel brought the name charge of proximity or anything else wrong him said I not J. W. of this has been selected to deliver the oration at on the 4th of F. Vilas was day admitted to the E. Fox Cook is in the at the Capitol say so G. carried his improvements so far that Mr. the to want here any know too Poor G. went but his old the again got him an- other This time ideas underwent a He was one day very busy a stranger calling asked him where the Patent Office was don't said G. you tell me where the Treasury Department is said the said Nor the and the stranger ally asked if he knew where the Capitol replied G. you live sir said the sir 1" said G. Lord arid don't know where the Patent President's house and Capitol are said was turned out of the Post Office for knowing too I don't mean to offend in that way I am paid for keeping this book I believe I do know that much but if you hot explains steamers used him were taken possession of and not Garabaldi had issued to the Romans and them .to A defalcation a small scale has been dis- of but no prosecution i An influential had plans for telegraph to a visit r A report that France pecuniary indemnity was refuse's to admit to on de- clared she intended part in the France The troops are continually is stated the date fixed for French evacuation of Rome and will leave The King of Naples had subscribed lion scudi to the Papal The Prussian the government project for 245 against 21. Russia is said to have lieff a large delegate at the Wood Charleston Convention Chairman of the Astor House the representative man the movement in this a letter declaring that has become fied that Stephen Douglas is the only the Baltimore present visa any hope of consisting J r Come and Buy Now purchase their Jewel i-y course their admirers will Main two I located house in rear the Is now under of reception of with a can find me knowing anything more you may take mv said the This hera as an indication of on part of Dickinson at the probability of Horatio Seymour s Cassimere 'A TIP -A to be iold by Mny 2i. 1860.
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