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Wisconsin Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1860, Madison, Wisconsin THE Y YOU'RE PER ANNUM IN VOLUME 16, 1860. 279. ATTORNEY'S AT In Port corner of and Carroll J. O 1 V. J. M. J March 1860. JACKSON is M. M. O. M. 1M.VIL.MOX BT CHURCH HOYT M. H. COKNER OF SECOND AND COMMERCIAL 813. This Hotel Is commodious anil Also a cood and SPRING WIS. BOIRD P. KANE RICHARD ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT Colombia ATTORNEY AT OBce over Main WIs. Notaries Public and Commissioners for every State In the Office Corner of Wisconsin Kast Water 1 JiMts i ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT B. W. 31. May ii ATTORNEY'S COUNSELORS Corner of King and Webster Wisconsin J. O. T. V. J Practice in all the Stale anil Federal Prepare and in the Supremo J. O. Commissioner of the United DlB 03 AT LAW COUNSELLOR Madison is EVENING On 3 doors above the Post Office Official Paper for State and Largest Press JOB IN THE JOB 4th Story PATRIOT Pinkney st. DAILY Published every at 1ho ing Torms 00 Six Single WEEKLY PATRIOT Saturday Morning One 00 7Ci The charge for delivering papers per year to tho or residences will be as to 1 00 Local and see Third T. Badger over 13, is It. 5 22.1. it Atwood Crockery E. A. i W A K E Y Si T EX X ATTORNEYS AT Attention given to Collecting and Securing CUM. T. 1 D. K. A M and FULLER Is a better than we ever dreamed of That's so. Remember the of U. S. AND COUNSELLOR AT Van R. s P. 4; S. PHYSICIANS AND Office over the Dr. S. will also insert artificial and form ottier Dental operations One or both of them may bo found at their at all From N. 0. Life A Liuly icide A A strange event lins occurred which excites ft grout deal of A 3'oung belonging to one of our best who recently married a most estimable whom she apparently certainly free from oil and fond of committed suicide I had almost involuntary suicide a few days It seems she had a quarrel with her husband about some trifle or in n moment of passion she snatched up the dagger on her is a common ornament o mantles ond plunged it into her falling dend Uer husband is ly It is believed she intended merely to give n feigned This tragical event recalls to mind the death of the Duko do got his title by the death of Ins eldest who perished on the whilo on his way to join the French legation at deny fatality in who one day playing with o stood before a opened his and said to his friends who were with think isn't it strange that all it fellow has to do to end his life is to hold the pistol move his finger and Involuntarily he touched the the pistol and he fell n corpse in the midst of his Wo for the pleasure of our a exhibition I confess to you I find no pleasure in it formed by throe Their names ore and Their history is a strange is twenty-five years and two feet ten inches Tie was born on the where ho pursued tho ancient profession of one ho was attacked by ft but for his two shepherd would as it ho barely escaped his A traveler hoard by of his saw him and pleased with his and purchased him of his who was glad to get rid of him one mouth less in tho family is a great blessing wore it is hard to feed many Tho traveler who saw him was a latent by tho name of ho took tho child to had him well and brought him out on tho Vienna where ho soon became the favorite of the is of the same ago as but ho is only two feet seven Ho was born in and was originally an attorney's clerk au excellent attorney's but being badly badly and badly ridiculed by his fellow who culled him ho was very tired of and when ho saw in the papers how successful Piccolo he finit tho attorney's and ran olf to Mr. who instantly engaged youngest is nineteen years two feet six inches ia He was born at in the son of a small hearing of Piccolo's wrote to Mr. Schwartz what o jewel he Tho German Darnum the and he travels about Europe with all the three cf They ore here at the Hotel in tho ruo where they pay no less than thirty-two dollars a They are to appear at in one of his low and they sing at private They are driving a good Tho ladies of tho highest circles here arc just recovering their which was tried most severely night at the You may form some idea of tho trial tho ladies when 1 de- scribe tho imperial In the first I should describe their for it formed no inconsiderable embarrassment to ns it is unwieldy ond so seldom the wearer feels ill at her ease in just as a who has worn his all the feels as if ho was in a strait jacket when ho puts on his Sunday The ladies wear a neckerchief of and appended to their waist n long flowing which trails on the ground behind These tails ore of every color some are made of gold embroidered others ore made of trimmed with and adorned with torsades The of ladies takes place in the throne Tho emperor empress stone before tho which is at the extremity o the name by which all tho diplomatists con- was in tho of Princo Richard do Metternich reckoned nn elegant man of tho but ft very cial although he has a sprightly style of which he may havo easily living ns ho docs in an incessant round of tho bost company in the con- stant attrition with the most experienced minds of tho rubs even minds into After his father's lie lived with him most as I havo they spent tho day somewhat in this Every morning after father and son would go into tho study to road or They would read together all tho to ascertain tho state of public They would note of There were two in Trinco do at one ho read nnd at the other he IIo would go from one to the laying down his book to nnd ing down his pen to read Prince Richard was he would sometimes net as his father's sometimes read aloud to the latter interrupting him by any re- flections that might After his father two or three Prince Richard would ride on horseback for an hour or nnd in the evening ho would go to the theatre or into It is said this dissipated young man is really a. diplomatist of a high order of father even when plotting Napoleon's the giddiest nnd most dissipated fellow in making to every pretty married nnd that never missing a nor a dance of the present whenever any new piece was and on tho best terms with every ballot girl and every actress of in ly tho most really the most industrious member of the diplomatic SPECIAL Editors of been solicited by many citizen cf both parties to become a for POLICE coming City I have con- to yield to and myself ns MYRON February 1SCO. did IN 1-1 ATS CAPS G. 3, at tlie sign of the on the Latest Styles of June 3 THE STATE S. J. IE WISCONSIN S. MARSHAL i. .i CHARLIE F. drawn u all the principal iinM in Jtf GERM AX HOLLAND and in Hum to suit in at low ratei of April CO 1800. I I HAVE now resumed my attendance in Cigar and Tobacco Store next io the Capital House and have me one of tho stocks anil ever exposed for sale In lam to sell a smoking No. 1 Tobacco for TJ por by the and nt for 10 cents per Also a quantity of the I sull at a low an el of or night when not absent professional HOPKINS ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW n JAMES C. t JOBS W. FO Attorney nt aboro In the COUNSELLOR AT Green Will practice In the several Courts of thU State and in the United States Ho will a and remit the u 14lh. 1859. o to SUCCESSORS TV 1CAMLAII, Co anil Importar of CIGARS AN In New In tlie United prepared to ell Groceries and on ns reasonable any thcr nnd their stock of hsi been selected paid for in in the Thoir slock of Crockery the latest of Third on Main TOUSO at the St. the to meals at all and In the beat Newspapers from all the country the accommodation of ind nil conveniences a first ully DR. MEAD takes this Or Informing those having engagements irith that he has removed his to hij he may be lie would also say to nghia that all work from liia will be warranted in every Office and House a few blocks b the Catholic a AX EXTENSIVE AND FAVORABLY known Establishment converted into n THE undersigned leave to Inform the public that he lias purchased of J. A. assignee of the firm of entire stock of 3Et H with large of Now Goods Constantly Being are now at the Old Stand at the LOWEST FOR CAS n. August C: TO I have several Double an J Single Uu R and Straw and Corn fo sale cheap for or which I will exchange for it from three to five cents per bushel above the mar he a. large assortment of and Box for sale upon like SIMEON Country Merchants mul Will find it to their ad vantage to examine my stock of Steel nd before At Sign of the Big Erery variety of Tin and Copper Ware made and tej constantly on eoM cheap for SIMKON MILLS STATE SO HI P. University and City In exchange fur at current SIMKON FALL ELEVENTH SEMI-ANNUAL FALL AND WINTER 1 ond 2 TnK having for the last eleven years al ways kept on hand the heaviest and choicest ment ot Goods are asaln in Hold with an unrivalled part consists of TARTAR VALENCIAS WOOL DK 5IOHAIR LAINE 1'IG'D MADONNA At SIMKON MILLS PROFITS OP THE BUSINESS 13 NEW CASH July S-l 37 1-1 O M CE O V A T I S T. CARROL Next door to the Baptist suite ARNOLD 1IOC1ITINO. P. B. 1ITJCHTINO. Practical Architect Ia prepared to make Detail Drawings for City Country Court School and all other lic with all the modern 1m- in 1'ml't, and tend the erection of the for Ornamental Work In Plaster nnd other compositions No. V. S. Is Commissioner for tho State of make the acknowledgment of or any i FOR A noose Lot Ia high ita c 11. Block 60, In Street with two walk of tho M 9th, 1S59. her n long surrounded by the prin tho diplomatic the ministers tho the grand the crown tho maids of the members of the al largo and formidable body of The mean the up from tho other of tho room every eye fixed upon her until she reaches the foot of tho then n chamberlain takes her name and gives it to the grand who repeats it to the cm peror and Thereupon tho lady make three profound very move aside and witnesses the reception of the othe ladies who succeed It is necessary to movo wilh measured but without too nor too neither not but very dignified and very very graceful nnd The lady presented must know how to stop before the easily acquired knowledge for the impetus the tail is to be how to tail know how to avoid being ped up by the know how to courtesy easily nnd know how to disembarrass her retreat of her trail is by Bomo which I cannot nnd retire to tho right side of tho Don't your blood run cold nt at tho thought of this Aren't you in your at the bare iden of executing such a don't deny I see you are blushing up to tho very roots of your I a lady give it most amusing account of Louis Napoleon's ludicrously imitating two of the most awkward ladies at this lie is foud of ing n I he got into by ways trying to imitato and by his long and intimate friendship with poor tho Ho is a Tho official circles promise to be brilliant this although it does seem hard I for tho season to Tho harbingers which our augurs look upon for of a brilliant the Lord loy has been at in decorating the em- and tho youth and love of tho new Austrian and his The Princo do is indeed quite a man here always lar at for he resided hero as secretary of legation for somo llo is n man and then he is Princo de Metternich which is something among for name de Metternich for nearly forty years Messrs. Manufacturers or Cakes and Ice Ice Cream nre anil well They arc also to furnish on the shortest for or small Their establishment is on doer to the they trill prepared to supply by Wholesale or at reasonable with variously flavored from finest of sugars and the mntl pome They an injection o their clock of choicely Children's inl and O. Wholesales and Retail Denier in and 1 Rand C. O. of all Tern CotUi and Parian s and and New Film S every variety of Table Hnr anil Table and Tin I vill sell the low as they can he in or Van Block second door from Post July 10, 1S63. d To one or three lots in the village of Dane for a and two lots in the City o Apply ia the office of Ford Sabin ver the Post SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Ami other Personal Property or W. 1-ltJXT. that by authority from th fl the County Court of Pane Ct I will cffc for wle the and other erty or private until th day fif March when I will for a PUBLIC AUCTION all of said aid VT soFal property at 10 o'clock on th of cam at the late residence of DU HAY For Special Administrate HREE HOT BKD FRAMES and 300 Slower Pots CALVIN Tho nitration of to tho fo community ii in connection in f a with tho In security by n ample and not by ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance to aro as Division to 1857, 50 Third 1SC-3, 50 vill constantly with caph year of Is clearly in tho the portion of tho Company lu ach year tho now yet 4ft M no advantages cf I. K. T. Prtl P with Takely U. S. for sale of varieties suited to of best proven handsome trees ami very of for tha Canton find limited A cf the hardiest and wf thr which aru known to succeed aa wilt usually boar in tiyo years Irom the time cf plant thrifty of many 7HKUKY of hardy of the Duke nnd KAPK Northern the older nnd White the now the fine ri in and K Nursery with an abundance of fine HA w any SHRUBS in P 4CK1NG in the manner to Insure sife Rail road facilities for sending in all Priced Catalogue fnt to all In- closing a Rock Lake Vineyard of and well JL grounds call the Mention f the public to his Urce ard choice of made new additions to hi counting in part ol following of which he is prepared to send out healthy s thri following low Delaware n 56 7ac to It Northern Muscadine 75c to 7oc to Prolific 76e to Logan fli Jo Marl on Port 7Se; to o o UE FRENCH HOUSE FURNISHING BY THE OU It T A IN M U S L 1 NS V 3 10 to 25c. Pic Mammoth and c to per pe 100. Seedling Mountain Seed ling iy Send stamp ami pet Descriptive AU will be filled as puked and any States Rock Vineyard Lake Jefferson NEW GOODS NEW GOODS L Y A N R U N a 4-4 5-4 C-t Oil 7-t Just received a ft No. United States -N D 1 1 s. Fixtures n-l an variety of other too numerous to Madison September A. 1 dtf RESPECTFULLY TH CI ESSENCES pr LIQUORS in their ibo GAHL LAW SCHOOL OP HARVARD The Instructors in School University 1N5THUCTION embraces the J branches of the Common nnd of Constitutional ana tho jurisprudence of the United The nw Library consUt of anil as new they ure and every Is made to ender it compete Instruction is oral lectures ami and by and examinations in connection rr which there are ten every A Moot Court in each at a causo out ia argued liy four and an opinion by the Presiding Kooma and other arc provided for Club find an Assembly held for practice in for acquiring n cf parliamentary law and Students mny enter In imy slapo of their studies or mercantile nnd at the com- of either or in the middle or other part f the They are at liberty to elect what studies they will according lo their view of their own wants and at The commences oil ix third Wednesday in Is divided two terms of twenty with a oi ix weeks at the end of During the whiter the Library Is warmed ami for the uso of the members of the chool The Exorcises of tho Spring Term will commence I ON March of the Autumn on 2tl, 1300. or for or iny urther be Hindu to either of the I1 at January MARCUS ESTABLISHMENT Throe Doorn Selected OF S GOODS L of o the wishes to Inform tho citizens of nnd residents o hs county Hint ho U now In the oil on Main to supply them with READY MADE Kail and of the and of AIM with all and of the choicest ThI stock of been purchased from the first manufac outfitting houses inthe The of Mr. an experienced cutte and favorably known In eastern houses have wanting a Vest or Pants cut In the anJ hy gool cnn Rot them at ai reasonable terms as at nny other In the All Orders will be Promptly Executed The Cowls can scon from until an the arc to 14th, 18W Just received s A Assortment of I DKT T No 2, United States Block FAVORITE VIA Milwaukee Steamship AND GREAT WESTERN STEAMSHIP CAPT. STEAMSHIP CAPT. WILL leave D. M. It. loot of Slain Street M. Dally for Grand at 8.46 P. Detroit at 0 A. Suspension Al. 4-10 A. New York 10 A. M. SOO P. M. Dally for Grand at A. Detroit nt Suspension Bridge A. M. Sew York Boston 31. The 8 M. Moat on connects with 4 00 A. M. rain on Monday Making close connections at Detroit with trains for all and with Steamers for Xo Extra Charge for Berths or State Kooms on tho checked through to Suspension cw York and Farn by this route and distance shorter by x than any other route to the East Freight carried at extremely low which In- ude Lake W. K. O. 1VILSOX, General Western freight for sale al Mil. Miss. A.G. 859. 1850. GRAND AT From Aug. 29th, to Continue during the leadings from SELECTIONS PROM THE PART Time There's a. pile of Goods coming A pile of Goods There's a stock already Xo need of watting You all limy call In any The store Is nearly in your There you'll find all kinds of And that Call In Cents and Without longer CASES Just which uro opened rathur faster than they are and which con- in the Cloth and Patent for Ladies and Misses Sorgo ami Kid Ike nt Ancle Heel Boots and Ac. PART 2nd. CORNER BOOT SHOE all the Hoot and Shoe tlic D. Fuller's Boot and Shoe Store goes ahead of all here's Boots and Shoes for every room enough for nd there's a general Invitation foi all the world to call Come come make no Come from every como from every don't be Here arc Hoots and Shoes enough of every kind am Ladies from GO to from GO to Men's from to from PART 3rd. the gem of The center of all that is Remembered is each place and fond By they wherever they But thy surpasses And to all that good workmanship Let them donate n part of their To be encased In fuller's best To be encased In 1'uller'u best To be encased in 1'iiller'a them donate a of their booty To stanil In some of Fuller's best Anil tho fortunate owner when turning a when le ground ami hit thinks lie's a wll and linn in hia boots and laugh at the for his boots icy are tight mid his feet they urc warm WHERE TO FIND IT. tho the anil let every body boots and shoes and gaiters can bo purchased very lad ins can find Gents find Oxford little Lada and Misses may of every Then unfurl le every body Tlie Store is on and always takes the The Big Boot rises proudly the strife A pleasant Invitation for tho people to walk In. every for 03, and Children's IN OASt Gobbling done neatly with A constant supply of father of all kinds constantly on Country would do well to give my a all before Shoo IBM of the Big F. Corner Main and King HOUSE DRUG DR. BOBBINS WISHES lo tho citizens of nnd of Dane that he lias up the store on Main formerly occupied by Cook next but one to tlie Capital ft lave selected with much and are of the 3KST nnd bo sold nt invoices of them are from first Wholesale Houses n tlie Ills stock of COLORS Is various and His stock of Is of the brat nml such cannot help imt ut fair some and Spices will also be kept for tho accommodation A prime stock of Invoiced from reliable Importing of Boston am be constantly on hand for made up at all hours of the da and Nov. 13.1850. Pictures for L E T T T Y P F. S. All Pictures Durable In over A. GOODS nt Ileal 1. for a Stock ol B i j freo from smoke and burns tho proper with a BEAUTIFUL WHITE i Cheaper thau any Other Oil 1m VMS SOT EXPLODE Oil CATCH FIRE following table shows tie amount required ID other rials to produce the same amount of Gallon Coal 25 THE HARTFORD C O A L O I L ho Oil manufactured by this Company much to any Heretofore 75 3-4 Sperm 1 5O 2-3 1 25 1 3O 8 5O 5 14 R. Wholesale and Retail to 7 Jon. 0 1860. U 00 4 4 58 3 OU OO O 3O FRIEND AND RETAIL O KinK LRE now receiving direct from Importers nnd their new FALL AND WINTER GOODS Consisting in part of FRENCH BELGIAN nd AMERICAN and They employ r all and choicest THE BEST ME CHAN 1CSt And Ghall spare neither pains or expense to havo all menu made by equal in style and workmanship to ny can bo obtained In the eastern DE n experienced cutter from New Ima charge of tho Ana they can who desire Good Pitting that their cutter 13 far superior any west of Now They havo now the largest and best stock of READY-MADE GLOTHiNG In tho which they expressly manufactured for made in possible and cut in the atest which they can and will sell at PRICES TO DEFY Particular attention Is called to Famishing Goods Department Which Is now full and In every SHIRTS The pattern of Is Tho sleeves and hosoma nro formed to fit tuo person ana comfort They a large supply of nnd Wool For men nml of all qualities nnd also UM- They return their sincere to nil friends and for their liberal They hope that by constant effort to fair dealing they sbal merit u of their No. UNITED Having purchased stock of AND FANCY GOODS Or M and up with We will offer tj the Will be sold Bt NEW YORK And the new ones at prices .to cult Uie CALL A. j. L. Formerly Dep with OV On and after Monday February 20th, until further drains will run aa Madison Mall and Day A M A M Mall and Day P M 1> M Mall and Uay PM 1'KOM Mall ami AM F M NEW AND SHORT A I S 0 S TO ftl I W U K IS Watertown V. R K STAGES leave fit C A. with trains at Sun 1'rairlcfttij AM. Arrive nt fn time to connect with trains for 1 M. nil pol nil Iti time with the of the Detroit k Milwaukee S. S. OX kby means of to By Darwin AN Hayes AN ACTOR'S A 8T11CGOI.K, A TO by LUCY by the author of tho at by Auston TIIK OF by TIIK OK SAM by by or the times of Hurr and by HOD OK Ott YEAR BOOK OF 1II.IS8, i No. 11, S. Ornamental Ac. lit King the City tin hand 33T. AtL
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