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   Daily Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - May 30, 1860, Madison, Wisconsin                             CALKINS co. .OFFICE IN THE OLD "ARGUS "-BUILDING-, MAIN STREET. TEN GENTS-PER WEEK; ijo y-wS; OFFICE IX MAIN ST. Wednesday Morning) six threo months, :T "J Carrier every 10 2 50 1 25 OXK. DOLLAR PER; in Any person sending us a club, of Dailies, or eiffM receive an .oxtra copy adva.nct. XViscoiisin Editorial Association. The Fourth Annual 'mooting of the Edito- rial Association, will be held' at Green Bay, on TVednes- Juno 13th, at 12 M.. An. Address will be delivered by Hon. C. I-. SHOIES, and a Poem by Prof. .J. .W, HOTI. b. SV.' BXLLOU.'isq.; will'dolivcr an Eulogy on VAX B. T, Esq., .will pay -a. proper tribute LOCAL EDITOR. of respect to the memory of the Inte MARCrs A. MAILO. IlEinivlll give a History of tlic" Karly WiECon- sin Press. It is hoped thnt every Editor in tlis State -will be pres- ent. 'Lc. Scc'y. Madison, May.l, I860. Agents' for tlie Argus and Dicmocvat. The following reliable Advertising Agencies arc author- ized to' transact business for this'paper in the several cit- ies where ihe'y arc located, viz: 119 Nassau street, New York, and 0 State street, Boston. JOHN HOOPER Co., 41 Park, How, New .York. S. P. ROUNDS. Cliicago, 111. CINCINNATI TYPE FOUNDRY CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. for theirtroublc. BATES l.sriviare, one inch Bubsefluent insertion, y three 75. '26 70.0'.' i2 00 l one year, raW'tor of a greater length 'than   t of Vice President, laaac-Lanc, an nnprovqdform. of Wftukcsha Secretary, Andrew E. Elmore, of MukVcnago Treasurer, T. C. Dousman, of North Prairie. murderer named -Johnson, was re- cently hung at Iowa, who ran light- A GOOD the council meeting on Saturday evening, Alderman offered the following resolution Resolved, That the committee on Finance instructed tovexamiiic1 the rooms in the lower story f.-nd cellar of. the City Hall, with a Elopement in Sigh young lady from Miss Phipps, a pupil.at the Spiugler' Institute, on the corner of 5th ave-: uue and 3-Uh street, New York, was carried off on Saturday-last'by-a' gay and gallant lover, Gen. under soine- whar, singular circumstances. The lover had. obtained entrance to'the institute-in the character of a relative of the-young 'lady, but the deception being suspected, was excluded from the place. Last Saturday he called ?nd asked to sea the principal, Abbott, and was shown into the parlor, when by'.pre-ar- rangoment Miss. Phipps followed. Mrs. Ab- bott into the room. She. was requested to 4 .and'.tbe' latteij-'lo jJattei was Beaten, after. .Tliii A.bou'i tiained cludiug 'ithe oply" two n a .sl'abie, connected with the House. The steamer Eate ville, burst her boiler1 at'for. o'clock this rn'o'r near Elizabethtown, kiljirig captain'. and two deck hands, and. scalding. the firemen and others. Cargo-total lossi.- Attorneys and Counsullove at Law, Ma'dison, W IB. CKAIU.SJ> Attorneys and Cojinsollors'at Madison, Vi' 11 PostbnicoBloclc, Pinkriey street. WM. Oflico T. ly the steps mounting to ''the scaffold, re- viewrf determining the feasibility of.convert- J 1 ooV.s.% -li-tn n Hnnso. with stands moved his shirt 'collar, adjusted the noose to liis own satisfaction, preclaimed his inno- and--died- like- a soldier, -without a strug- gle. Office Counsellors ftt Maaieon-VTis.r Offi State's Blooli.' Collections attended to. _ ____ v TPWI '7HAS. T. WAKF.LEY, D. K. AttovneyK and Cov-nsellors at Madison, Wis._ Office MiWscohVih avenue.' n. IIASBROUCK, Office joity B. orjiiNEE nod Coiiiiaoor nt ComrriiKsioncr S Court or Claims Commissioner Of Deeds for most of the States of the Union, and Notary..Public. Office Statt street, Capitol, Wis. -Collections at- tended .to. myl ABBOTT, GlfBGOIlY, PISTNEY  u; 'iVhb Enters' tho Cages.' Received with- Bn- 'Wo. 5, ii Master." Masons. and Third Thursdnrs in Cfich month. First ana iiiira ,DAvip.n. WRIGHT, W. S. G. BENEDICI, Secy.. HIRAM LODGE, li? 3 So. GO, Blaster .Masons. JOKATHAN DAVIS, Secy. LODGE, :MnB'tc.y: Mason's. JOHN ST. JULIEN oxerciBO of chasing elsewhere. We are daily in receipt of new in the last five days: yards of Prints, Trench, English and American. 2.000 yards figured Brilliants, as low as cents per J French. Scotch aud-Doinestic Ginghams, fine French as low asls-Gd pe. yard, besides a most select stock of Challi Delaines, Chilli Foulards. Mattmee Challi Cloth's, Alacians, Grovellas, Foil do Cbevres, Barege An- glais, Mohair, Lavella and Mohair 1'iiiho Cloths, Organdies, figured Jaconets, will sell you Silks loss by per cent, than any concern in the State. have on hand in piir Shawl room, an extensive assortment, the laru'est.iu the city, compri- oin" Broche, long and square Stella and Cashmere, be- eidos an issortment of Black Silk and Lace Dus- ters, Shawl Merino and Bordering. Parasols Parasols I. Parasols Wo have just received a most magnificent assortment of Parasols, all pure Silk, from 5s up. We have also, over our Dry Goods Store, in our Carpet Room, a great'variety of CARPETS, OIL-CLOTHS, BUGS, MATTINGS, Which wo will sell ICSB -than any other house. Kext to our Dry Goods store is our Millinery Establishment, Where may be found the largest and best selected stock, consisting of Bonnets of all descriptions. 1'rench Chip, Marsailles, Neapolitan, English .Dunstable, Leghorn, Soft Straw, Shakers, Children's Flats, Also Ribbons, Ruches, Frames, Flowers, Straw Trimmings, and every- thing in the Millinery lino. -Milliners will find it the on- ly place when purchasing at wholesale, as wo can easily undersell any concern in tho West in that line. All wo ask is to give us a call boforo purchasing elsewhere, and bo convinced of tho facts stated in this McKEY Madison, May26, I860. -______ a new French Joan; for' military. iT.YLY.Tr-rTheodpre Parker .died ]a't. F.loreucb BOUND TO Board of Supervis- ors of County met on Monday, and ballotted 18 times without electing a chair- man; The candidates -were Andrew E. El- more, H. N. Davis, and Orson Reed. Thej had.the same kind of 'jv- fight last year, .and the r" came out ahead, as he liu- .dpubtedly this time. WON'T A. Douglas replies to the officers of the State Agricultural Society that.he cannot accept the invitation to deliver the Annual Address at the coming State Fair. The Journal of last night says that an invita- ibn has now been sent to Henry Ward Knoiving-Too We find in one of the Memphis papers the following anecdote of a man who knew too much: During the administration of. President Jackson, there was a singular young man .'em- ployed in the public survice at'Washington. His name was. G-. He was from Tennessee, the sou of a widow, a neighbor of the .Presi- dent, on'which account the old hero _ had a kind feeling for.him, and always got him out. of his difficulties with some of the higher offi- cials, to whom his singular interferences were' distasteful. Among other things, it is said of him -that while employed in the General; Post a letter of on the 10th. ._ It Was reported that Lainorcie had made.a forward, moveraentSvith the Papal troops, and Piedmontese troops.liad embarked from Genoa to intercept him'.'. It was positively asser't'ed' that 'the French army at Rome had received orders to evacuate that city.' It: is-'said that thn-Sardinian 'government had ordered .the garrisons Italy.t'o march .rapidly towards the .Poutificial fron-' ______ _ elected- 'President of th'e Spanish Senate and' decorated with the order of the Golden Fleece. The army of Africa .entered Madrid with; much enthusiasm. RussiA.-r-The Austrian government had- stated that the British anibassador. to..Russia on receipt -of GortschakbfT's. communicatiou relative .to Turkey lodged a formal protest aa-ainst this was'not "composed of ;BB. J. L.-THAYER-. will i QUADBUPED WONDEES, his tiers.' Gen.. ..Concha, been Office, on one occasion he had to copy of Major H., a high officer, in answer _to_an application made by an old gentleman in Vir- ginia or Pennsylvania for .'the establishment ot i new post office. The-writer of the letter of- en used classical language in this letter he aicl'the application.could not be granted, in consequence of the applicant's to' another office. When the letter, came .Combination Cush N in use in these rooms..... jgg- Cues always in good St'ntrs. J-VAN-- E.AIK Yesterday forenoon we' had another heavy rain, accompanied by lightning and a little the blackest clouds we have had this season. It was so dark about 11 o'clock, that the gas had to be lighted to see to -read in a room. Eru.EPTic forenoon, a gentleman driving up Main Street, in a buggy, was attacked with an epileptic fit in front of Klauber's store, and fell to the ground. He was soon restored to consciousness. 3, VrnOlISAtC KETAII. IX S Gaps Furs airciaid's Bloch, St., at tlie sign of. the State of Wisconsin; _T Circuit Court for Dane County. Roana oonwortu, plaintiff, vs. Horace S. Smith and Catharina Smith, de- fendfmts. By virtue of a judgment decree of foreclosure and sale, in tho-above entitled action, rendered on tho 7th day ot April, A. D. 1856, 1 shall on the 30th day of A. B. 1860, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., offer for Bale and sell at public auction, to tno highest bidder, at the front door of tho Court House, in tho city of JIaclison, in said county, tho following premises, to wit lot number two [21 in -block number in tho village of Belle- yille, Dane county. State of Wisconsin. ANDREW BISHOP, Sheriff. Dated May 24th, I860. SMITH KEYES, PlfT 's Attys. my26 Styles. of Lost or Reward, T OST OR. STOLEX, on or about tho 20th inst., Jj a black, curly NEWFOUNDLAND PUP, about, five months largo for his white toes, and a little white on his breast and tail. Any person re- turning.Biiid pup to me, or giving information whero he can bo found, will receive a reward of five dollars. N WISSLER, Even's Prison City -us in an enlarged form, and much improved in. appear ance and contents. It will hereafter be pub lishod weekly, at per annum. Larey obtained a divorce from her husband, Timothy L.arey, in our Circuit court yesterday. ceived the 'communication., under Russia ..by stating that .he it to his goy- .A England. TOM and JERRY. V i 'Small O. L 60 Open ntl arid 7 P. Ml: 60 -fiva G.'s hands to copy, being a great stickler for plainness, he altered "proximity" to "near- less to." Major H. observed it, and askad G-. why he altered his letter 1 Why replied G., because I don't think the man -would un- derstand what yon mean by proximity. Well, said Major E., try him; putinthe "proximity again j r In a few days a letter was received from the applicant, in which he very indignantly said '''That father had fought for liberty m the first, and he himself in the second war; of indenendence, and he would like to have the of the scoundrel .who brought the name charge of proximity or anything else wrong a-. rrainst him "There" said G., "did I not J. W. Johnson, Esq., of this city, has been selected to deliver the oration at Han- chettvilla on the 4th of July. F. Vilas was yester- day admitted to the bar. E. Fox Cook is in the city, and'stopping at the Capitol House. say so G. carried his improvements so far that Mr. Barry, the Post-Master General, said. to him, "I do'not want you' here any know too much." Poor G. went out, but his old friend, the General, again got him an- other place. This time G.'s ideas underwent a change. He was one day very busy writing, a stranger calling in, asked him where the Patent Office was "I don't said G. "Can you tell me where the Treasury Department is said the stranger. said G." Nor the Pres- ident's and the stranger fin- ally asked if he knew where the Capitol replied G. "Do you live in" Washing- ton, sir said the stranger. "Yes, sir 1" said G. "Good Lord arid don't know where the Patent Office, Treasury, President's house and Capitol are said G., "I was turned out of the Post Office for knowing too much. 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 A'letter-from .Garabaldi explains that-the steamers used by. him were taken possession of forcibly, and not chartered. Garabaldi had issued to the Romans and .Neapolitan's, .calling them .to A defalcation on, a small scale has been dis- covered'against the.cashier of Pankj' Co.'s Bank, London, but no prosecution i An influential deputation, Kea'ded.by'Vyilnsr 'Gibson, had laid-before Lord.Palmerston'.the plans for Gol. Shaffner's; telegraph to Ame.rica 'via. therFsiroe.'Islands'.'and :The Grand'.Duke'lN.icholasiwas .on a visit to-the'Em'p'eror Napoleon. r A report that France had.offere'd pecuniary indemnity to'Switzerland was unfounded..', 'Austria refuse's to admit to .the conference' on the-g'round'that Cayo'nr had. de- clared she intended part in the 'dis- pute-between France and'Switzerland......' The .Papal troops are continually cpucentra-- tedatGubia. is stated that, the date is" fixed for the; French evacuation of Rome and tachment will leave .shortly. r; The King of Naples had subscribed a., mil- lion scudi to the Papal The Prussian :had .passed the government project for the-war credit. 245 against 21. Russia is said to have collected. lieff a large number'of transports. Albany, :May Hon.'Jno. Cochranc, delegate at large'of the Wood Charleston Convention Delegation, Chairman of the Astor House -meeting-and the representative man .of the Wood- BickirisOn movement in this written, a letter declaring that he1 has become perfectly, satis- fied that Stephen A: Douglas is the only 'man the Baltimore Gors-ventios-'eac present visa any hope of TTIOJK.' JP: '.onyarticloln'niy stock, consisting J :BE'EA'ST -PINS, 'SLIDES, JPaucy. liona', 'Silver r aii-4'.Plated Come and Buy IticK.- _ Now purchase their Jewel i-y ntmy'cs'tab'iisiuiicrlt, 'arid o'f course their admirers will follow' their' tiamplo.' Main Street, two doors-front _ tARGEi COMMODIOUS) I e.ntly located house in tho, rear .of the Is now open, under of Mri.- THOK? reception of regular.-table nndtrnneientOBpardcrs- and', with a fiMprospect, can applylpg find me knowing anything more you may take mv head. "Good said the stranger. This latterisVfegarded hera as an indication of alarm, on part of ;tbc: Dickinson at the probability of Horatio Seymour s nornina- iinenam Cassimere SE.E J-EIEHD mylS'- "......7.; jp.pja SAI.B-. 'A TIP -A to be iold chcVip; by TIMOTHY- BKOVW, Mny 2i. 1860.   

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