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   Madison Daily Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - February 3, 1857, Madison, Wisconsin                                THE DAILY ARGUS AND DEMOCRAT. CALKINS PROUDFJT. MADISON, WISCONSIN, TUSSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1857. VOLUME 28 THE ARUS Si. DEMOtRAT, CARDS. CARDS. Daily, Tri- Weekly Weekly. i-inl iit.nl PAISK, ill luilin imil Mctliter- Bird Bro's, CAI.KIXS A I li l.f; o- f. TIIK I.KS................rnoTtin-wt t-. Ilnlldtnff, J.KLJAJJM: X K H A I> K Jt pruf.i-Hi.n AT (.viM'rAr. or Is the Official Papci of the Stato and City IV. i 11 tin- v.lu.ibli- I'.it. nt Midiciim. A stouk of V. Corner of Mori IB and llutk-r Sti eetu, n few doors be- J i i. P.iifif.. Oils, Tin pent iue nnet Window I 'U1 L'nited States Hotel, would respectfully inform tho (ila--. I lii'ici-Extinct', H.iinlliercliief Pei fuiru-ries and a inhabitant1- .Miuli.ym and tho State ot F.I 11 Ali.ii. Groceries, Or that they ire daily turning out t- an nssortinent of KINK It BLlHiK8S. JSi. S CARRIAGES, IH can be found in any 4 I'm dun M .ui'l Deal, ri in (vii> di-sci iption of Hoots tern Factory. ,iml ili.iti-i-, in I; Also, dc'.ilera in j lUtU'S. luiTlng bein In the businesn L, ,i In i nnd nl tl-e Jioot, tin ini'H I -kimeutles, N. Y., where their np< tsftion Ktands A. No. iiiii UiM'iiii-im. [jiml. el that c-n, nnstiiin themselves in Miul- yuBlity of work fir tlic andsuve W. VN, tr.i ibpoit.itiun. .-av to those who have bought CHICAGO ADT'TS, J. B. CAL.HO UW, 1MPORTKR M.ii.ul tur.-l of and Phot" of description, and iii.il i in Knbh'ii-. atli'T, Kit ami Kirnllngs. St..reoii of ii< nt Skanealli-H. tlmt we are pifji ired to fill all and give the "amc tmti-tlaction. Our work isall niailo A i; M Nu1 L.iwi, ,i.-i Ai i i O I i' V t" tiie li.jiirol "oil I'IIH l.i tmcii th" Unit, d ami Ameri- j  tall and examine before pur- clin ing elsmherc. J Komcnibej tlio place, near jv. 14, II. A li. U. CASWILL. WHOLESALE DEALER STAPL.B AMD FANCY DRY GOODS, Jan. 10, lS57-dly. 18 South Water iitreut, Chicugo. O. II. L. LAFJLUf, BALK Dealer! In Coarae and V T I'ine Paper of every description. ii't SOD TH W ATKR STRK ET, CHICAGO, Would call the nttotition of Stationers, trintcru, Binders, and country merchants generally, to their largo sloclc anil umiMiu] fueilitks for selling nt low figuref, I'oyalH, Super Royals, Metlium, "folio Poat, Crown C.tps, Fl.it Ciipa, Caps, Letters, Nott-s. 1'ar Board, Straw BcarJ, And in fact CTerythiug in their line. Agents for Smith I 4 Peter's Curd Braird anil Fancy Cards Holnmn'a Cards and lioarit; Thomas A Latlirup'9 Cliroiiioljpe Jiordcrs; Kettcrllnn'H Uorders; Lnflhi'H celebrated Lodger paper Wade'a Ink, Ac., 4c., ic. O. II. HFLl.V ...L. LAFLIX __Julyl8, [.16m __ Granger Iron Works. I M. Strauss llro., in  AVoi-K u-iits ami H I I' Mud -.mi, i-i'on-in Music, .Mills' King street, i-in j.i i. IiiJi v pi' ji in it ii ,111 i ii nl IliKiu'liodt, wo arf i! in ihi late-1 rind .ip- -ildi- rii.iiinui, i roinjitiy. and FOR IH.37. tli-, M T w'T I'! S 11 1 .1 Hi! a! I 7 S d 111 1) I K: II I.'. It. 17 is I iz i., i j j., ii. i, if l 7 i II 1. I., 14 J Ju Jj li in l -i J r, 7 i. '.i M 11 u i 11 i, ii i; i l Ji i IJJlJ', J' 1J7 ,j i -f I i, ii> 11 1 Vj IT. 17 is Jl 12. _'. -'I I Ml 17 I j J! -'1 "J _..... _________ A. It. IIUAL.KY, Justin-. Olllce over Friend'n Stole, in Jlillt'Xew utlice h >ini from U to la, A. M., and froin2 I'. M. _ _ _ H. McCUACKKN. Attorn at ami Ueneral Supeiior, Doug- I is oiinty, Will attend proniiitly to nil hn-i ienH rntrtist'-d tu lii.i cure. I janl ,i. a quiainv, A Hurt1 at I.ixw, Dind-ict Atturm y and Land Agent, Kauk Sank Comity, All entrusted tu 1m caro will be attc-ndcil to. P. McCABIC. Civil Tugii.....r (iii-l Siirvojot. Olllcit li, .MiuliMin, VVimi'iisiii. i-ept, nib, i 1, A. G. IP i to If. li. Mcirill A Co.. Dealt i in Keady Mado i nti' Dlwk, V 1-1 on-.in. fj.tiil OFFICIAL KHCV. t'NITKD 8' ISASKUN A-ttnij nj nf Kt.ii> ll 11 M L. M Mil i. .V rrL. ni .Vc, 'i i-n I) Fn i i-ij ,1 ill- iiiuti. .S 'if In'' r, Ko "i I.MM J wi M Atl'lfHUJ I! ,'li I uj 1 i> A. 11. NDHICKS. I i a n MIVIC. fie n n i, I'. la-It" nt A in 11 K A. 'i'--- Mm Li.iii. .r.iinesM K.tli 'ii. V. Dam. i, 'iini 1 .Sdviii, ld bi U C. (In, i. Uonj. 14. Ciiiti-s, .Mm l.i'u j.b'll. STATM VKUNrilKNT. It. I mint in p UrAHTHUR. ilLTl'.l 7 nf fitillr II, W. Atria' .V'-'v W. HL-MT. KI l.l v. A it-tint Ti Hvnr.cn. n> f "I- IS..SH1TH. Jim1, ''niifi'f'lf r- -i M. yl.n-ff'tit J'. Sl'ltriHlfHll-nl I'll 'li: I'-AllHY. Aljut'ittt (i Dti'iJ- C.IB.I. JmtiC' D. >MIIH, OIISA.VI-, uf i n: iii .tialyr of IA' Cm WAIVE cori {iit.ii il J.'- ii-t r of Mini- Cl'i-rf.--if tin T. At'" i-Ht'ij- fin-. V JOHNSON. iff I 0, IIKOTKR. M. II r'.n. i P.. U, Ci will. K. SHOE M Alt KW CO ile and Retnil Dealer-} in H and Piovisions, Mill muck, MrulKun, Vi-cnrisiii. OllTOHT, IIOPK1IVS FIKAIIN, Attorn, Mi nnd r'niiri.icloii lit Lnw, Madinon, Wim-onsln, Olli, i -sNu. Brui n's Jilotk. [jiinl. T1I1BITS CORUOIV, Dciil, ir- iii nil hinds ot Hardware, Mills' new Ulix k, Madl- [janl. II. Fit IE AH ft BRO'S., Dcnlers in all kiinK ot Hi-.nly made Oh.thing, King htreet, Maili nn, V, [janl. DONALDSON THKDWAY, iv in (ifinds. Hardware, Huts and TafiH Hoiit-> uud A'c., .Madison, [Janl KUKIlHAIll) CO., Hook and Drillers in Hooks nnd Morris Stu r. MadKnn, [janl P, in 1! on, It. S. 1XJKR1K. Si itioiii i nn I 1'ajn i. Ulock. S. ft CO., Do-ili i- in Diy (li.niis, Kiiulj-niailo lutlii i lul'l -i BliM k. M.iilKun, iM'i.nsm. COOK K De ill r- in IH-H, Jewelry, IMate, ,Vc., Capital >'nir- [janl. l K CO, i ill Ding0, Paints, HOWGHTON, in H.nilwaie, lion, ic., Main fetreet, Madison, HAIjK HA lilt IS, in Dry 15i nen's lllock, Muili-ton, Wiscon- OKTON A Alt'U ii nt Olh'ce No. 1, Van ISergpii'nBlock, Mnd- DoiUr- ni'.vH and C'oiiii.i'lor) ;it law. di-'iii, H. i n. V. i- in C.ips, iu Otllce MillH1 niock, f jiml. ic., ni'i'.r Capital House, Mod- C. POOL.K, De ilrr n Pi y (lofnts iin.l Crockc-ry, door to Ctipitul u. UY'AN, t'oii'i-i llornt Law. jjri'ii Cuiiit, iind lie pii-wnt ti'ini nt the. Cum t. AVill in tho Su- thn each regular [jutil v ci'cv Kin mi j'rrjin, nt Of' t'l? f N. JoNKa. M .V viioiB. Tu JOM.SI s M .1. A" l. 11. C .1 p. M HV Ju II. il.'vi .1-. tt'r'l Wit WATERMAN', end J K. unit Vc- vs. O. A J. I'PHAftI, Atloin -y am1 Cdiitiiidlor nt Law. Olllcu in the Law IHiild- iiiK11, Wm'oiiMii street, Mllwiinkec. KItAMv H P1RMIK, Notary I'nlilif and Conveyancer. Otlioe tit the Cotirt Madijun, janl Attorn JOHN W. UAVIS, and Cnunvllor at Law, and Not.uy Public, UodKe County, Widconsin. fj U FKCIIHE1MKK, Doalei in Genls' J'umirthing CloudB, 4c., 4c., Van n's Block, Madison, Wisconsin. Ljanl 1IOAKP Al.icl K. Hi., ik-i, HIM r in, Ail tin KI.I. tt'txl. John X. .Ion--.. V li Van -UKe, U ,F At.DK1tIMIl.2V f'h.n. (i. M-n i', x V, lllliln r. 1) S. M. V in lif ph TuiK.tln Kel.'l MKSICK in Lupiors, Cigars. Jtc., Van Dugeti's Block, Miuli- iiii. f janl P. AX ii'iil't in and New Dloek, Madi-uii, W isconsin. [janl x J. II. enlei in Dty llnjdi, jli.-., next door t.> 1'ost Oflicc, Madt- 8TAND1VCJ r KS Ji UiUei .iml M.iyer-.. Y.iu i ti, ititd r. VHU lit i i. lloli anil r i--a nl i r-id .Itm Ui.Hiki. n nml V in lli-njeit. Wit, r i ,'i-s, Hi Mayu- i'lrtuntl II l Wouil ami Ilobbin'. ill.-, ii Km Wood and li C.M.' i H.ii uiul i KI u ty Keiine; !iu it.s, mil I'nwcrt. ami Keimev. unit rnn. llliO'S., r in Itrv (liHidn, (.i-otei-in, llwjlb and Ac., Ac-., iv M.lc Capitol Square, .lliuh'.oii. [janl Brewery, -It, It. >I Tan Bergen. 1.. niiard J I. W 1> Y. Kili-.no, 1-r W.irl- W. H .vt. K, .lone limran and KDUCATION. .Mill Willmn, William A. White. PFICEHS. TVninelliili. 4th do Ill1 Vf I .U.I t, 'lo C Hush ii.i.i-. I 4th d. hnvlng become ,'li- proprietor of this well known establishment, and Iniil in n stuck of Hup.; and Hurley, is jileteriuined that the l-epiitiitii.il ul M AUISON sluill not In excelled by any in die ooiin- trv. 1 [e hus on linnil, alsu ;i huge an.l (-oinpleto Ktock of ATVU1ZE, ut hi-, Store, which he will ui- chunijc nitli Fanners fur their Pi-ndiice, on us good terms us liny Huitio west of tho Ku well's Miiid. tho public fxro invited to call. Jan'.' 1.1SJO. [dAc] J. UODERMUXD. Ctennett Bro., .MA11> AKP ANOKNRKT. TUKMATI-i.it pi -i-ii- i--ii... ,in I il. n tioni (XT, e, a: M.i'..v'ii. .1 th, I ll-id I h-c IL.C k. A. M.. DI .i-riu-.ii L' .M VVATCIiniAKEUS, JKWELKRS, opttciaiH. All work letl with them will be iloiit' with promi'tnevs and Having had 20 SJAiitJ .lear-i expi n-uce in the bniinesi, tho public cnn fi-el its, ured that work letl with them will he properly dun of the MadiMm House, t lock. King stieet. ju5-6fKltf C. Hayes l. I iicn_tn ..and ili3pite.h. u. J M ,11 a -2 A. tlu rest, it 9 P.M. 'Nuv s> .Jackson Street, near Mr. i jiu i. M. to 9 ,M., (hu Eho------- w, k. n S f> d A. M nnd fro n C to 8 P. JI. K Frencli for the ban J S S. JONKS, P, >l. I I1 lerchief, lor ualu by Ib. or oz. at and asks the s and tht i M i P.V1K xn, citalri, Spring Mat- Window and do aiiyttnni; in hit line vrith reign Clgara Tobacco, We ihi inl'-'i in the pulilic that they h ire the largest nnd wlvcted ntnck in the western country. 1 verytMiiK in the CIOAJt LINK will be sold cheaper thu Iheif nun >ir. bought wr.-t nf jVcKj J'uj-A-. Tavern and fal. on are pitrticiil uly inviluci to call and try I tin Alw, till the celcbniti'd in.inda of Cl'KWIKG AND SMOKING TOBACCO, i Constantly oti hand. jj" FLHIC.V Artirli'h, Snuff, and every thing per- i tail ing to it Store, cnn be loutid at this estiiblish- mei t. i, Orders attended to with promplness and dispatch. J ni. 18WI. OLWKLL CO'S, two'doort fropj the Post OJBcd. K rn.it t "Water Street, Milwaukee, Are. now in receipt of n Inrge niioitment of GKOCKHIES, Fro 11 the Kastera nnd Southern Marketi. They are also Age its lor tho colehrtited SABLE CUT NAII.B AND 8P1KES, Wh ''It are uuperjor to any article of tho kind Bold in this kerf. li. KOYNTOX, HENKY MAUTIS. HliNIlY C. SMITH. hilo retiring ftom the nbovc ron( era, render our sine re thanks for tin liberal heretofore extend- ed t us, and also solicit a continuation of the same with the new linn, who have business facilities, by which they uim nuko it an inducement equal to, if not superior to any hon e in tho Wont. MA HIIY _J1 i.v 21, 1850. OP 'OSITK TIIK AStlfS OffJf'E, XADJSON, WIS D. Clark, tor the i trite largest and assortment of furnituro In tlio interior of the Slicll US Snlu C'entiv Tables, MiihoKiiny and lllack Wnliiut JJtu-enr.s, Mwhogany and Ciuie Ctm nnd A T 1IIIKTT OF Common TaMes. Coniinon KureauB, Wanli Stands, IJiueaua, ChairH, Kochi-H, Loo JtiK Ac., cheap fo A-.iil. 1SJ.-I. [diwtf MISSISSIPPI R K._ J.'J Opm toMnscoda. Fall nrrangcjient. Onnndafter n, 1850, the Tiains will run in connection with the Lak Shore Itntlroail nnd thu Bouts to nnd ft inn Chiciiiro, as t> Hows GOING WESTWARD. A Piwiuiiger Train will leave Milwaukee nt 830A.M.. and at 4.IK) P. M.. on the arrival of tho oars nnd beats from Chii iga. P ssenijers leaving Chicago by Shore Railroad itt 9.2fi A. M., t.ike the P. M. train at Milwaukee, for Madison, Jan bville and intermediate- phices, nud thus have plenty of ti'ne to dine in Milwaukee. leaving Chicago in t le evening by the boats, arrive in Milwaukee in time to t ilte thu S.35 A. M. train fur Madison and Jane.svillo, and intermediate places. UOING KASTWARD. A PusHi'ugiT Train will leave Madison at 7 A. M., and Jan avilleat S.OO A. M. Also Madison at 3.00 P. SI., and Jan -svilk- at 4.00 P. 11. P isaengers by the 7.00 A. M. train from Madison, and the 8.0H A. M. train from Janea-uHe, urriic. in Milwaukee m liui to take the 4.011 P. JI.. on Luke. Shore lluilruad, lor Chi arriving there in time to take thu3.30 P. M. tinins on ,hc Central nud Itailroudii for all Kastern citi, Also, passengers leaving Mudisun on the B.10P. M., and nt 4.00 P. M., arrive in Milwaukee in tin i to take the 9.00 P, M. bout for Clncnjco. I' uuciige-rs to W.itertowu, to Vludison and JaneH- vill will directly through by either of tho paswugcr trai is, nnd In like manner from Wntortown to Madison Janeaville. IS.- this iirrimgotnent ari> taken to i, i'ond du Lac, Heaver Dam, Iloricon, Wnupiiu and Bei in, run in connection with the Cam from .JnneHvilte and Madison to Foil Winiii-bajio, Bar.iboo, Sank, Bodge- Mineral Point, 1'lorcncc, Galena and Dnbuqne, and to van other portions of the State. EXTENSION WKST. L ave Muscoda trt 4.30 P. SI. and 10 A. M. L live at 2.20 P. M.. on thu i rrivalof the mom- Ing rain from Milwaukee. L live Madisou at 8.00 A. M. KDWAKD II. BKODHJSAD; 13 and .Engineer. GREAT WKSTEIIN MAIL SWUNG uul after Monday, Api ,1 Tth, 1S5H, Ti-aiiis will leuva Wells Street dail (Sundays sis follows: Ge lena and Chicago TJnioa Rail Eoad I MAIN I, I W El. FOR FBEETOKT, CUl.CXt AXIt SlIjyiEITH. enge.ranil Mail.......................................8.00A.M. A. M. Pah, .'lifer......................................................8.30 P.M. Chicago, Fnltou and Iowa .Line. FOB DIXON, AND CINTHAL JOWA. Thi .iigli Pttuseuger......................................S.OO A. M- Tin .tijfli 1'ntsengM-..........................................6.00 P. M. Betoltaud MaUlioii Ilranch. fUB UI.L01T, AND CHJClnO. POD 'nger....................................................S.OO A. M. 'tiger ....................................................9.15A.M. Pun Tiger.....................................................8.30 P.M. Fox River Valley ft ttlrond. FOtt CnEYSTAL, H'lIESIlY J.XD 1HCHMOKD. Pun -ngfi-.....................................................8.00 A. M. Pas ngtr......................................................ft.oo P. M. TRAINS K AST WARD. i Galena. Chicago Union Railroad, Lea u Vioeport 5.SO A. in Chicago 11.40 A. M Lea e Diitileith 8.15 A. in Chicago 4.40 P. Lea e Dimleith 6.13 P. in Chicago 4.05 JL M Chicago, Fulton and Iowa Line. Lou o Fulton fi.lo A. in Chicago 11.10A.M. Leu e Fulton 4.00 P. in Chicago 10.50 P.M. Delolt ana Madison Dranch. Lea e Koolville 11.30 A. in Chicago 4.40 P. M, Lea Footulh- 10.00 P. in Chicago 4.06A.M. Fox lltver Valley Rullroad. Le.ii o Klgin at 9.2t> A. in Chicago 11.10 A. M Lea e .Elgin ut in 'hicago 10.60 P. M 4 f All tho above, trains connect with the Great Eastern Liin H, divt rging Irani Chicago to all East. P A. 1IAU, Pup't. JOHN B. Tl'llNKK, PrtKideut. [aprllj-lS5C IVKK 8HOHK 4 CHANGE OF and afu-r Monday, October btli, IS55, and until fiirtUer notice, the on the G. J3. Mil- nukvc nnd Chicago Lake Shore IlKilroad Line, will dep rt from and arrive near the foot ol Washington street, Mih aukec. Trmiiis depju-t from Mil-vaukee for Kacine, Kt-n wha. Wnukegan, and Chicago at 9.30 A. M., uid S.30 P. J Arrive at Chicago ut 12.40 P. 3'. and P. M., in tinn to connect with the afternoon and evening expresa trai >i 1'ju.t, over thv Michigan Central and Michigan Sou hern Railroads. M 'ruing truina leave Chicago Jit A. M. for Milwau- kee and intermediate atatknie. pateengen for Eac un anil Miiwissippi Hailroiul. To 'lacine and to Mii- ;ee for Milwaukee and Mimisaippi Kailroad. For ison, Janenville intermediate utationu, with Mil- wan u-e and Wiitcrtowu Kiulrond. Milwaukee and La Riulrond, nnd Steamboat to A u rnotm train leavea Chicago nt 4 o'clock, P. for Mil uukcc. by thin trail for either of the ,_- nu-ntionrd or plaw-n, remain In ove and take the morning trail a. TI rOOtD Inroi-m V lie that ht- hits removed his well known CC SPEC TIONABY ESTABLISHMENT to J ins; Street, No. 1, two doors from the Madison House. 5' y business being now coiisiilcrnbly extended and fur- nisl ed in tho most elegant way. Ladies and Gentlemen ulwujjfinil on hand nil lorts of Confectlonnricii, such 118 I itUlTP, green and dried, CAKKS, KUPS, OYSTERS, LFMONS, Ac.. Ac. ALL KINDS OF ICE CREAMS, will be f mulshed to order promptly, tind in the most pai- nful le stj Ir. Besides I take leave to rt commend my stock nf ankee Notions and Fancy Articles, such as Bird Cages. i're ich ami German Toys, oney, which the Jew would not give, said the bashaw, "reports have reached our ears that thou art in possession of great wealth." I hove heap8 of promptly replied Oglandi. We were in need of continued tho tmehaw, and commanded that our Has- nader Glande should dispa eh a message to you for a loan of two hundred, pieces of English gold; but onr chief officer of the treasury, mistook our meaning, and sent to your house u party, who slew your children, immured you in a cell, inflicting tortures upon you. We in juired the i-eatson of all this, unU was told that you had at- y' yet IS alwaJ9 the temples al- tsmpted the life ul u soldier, and so i Ways yet, you find no one ii them. your tortures to be renewed. Thia day wo have learned your innocence, and now MAXIMS OF wit e man does not spealt of all fie docs, but does nothing thftt cannot be spoken of. Attention to small things is the economy of Raillery ia the lightning of calumny. Man may bend to virtue, but virtue canwt bend to man. Repentance is tho spring of virtue. Virtue does not give talents, but it e applies their place. Talents neither give nor supply the place of it. He who fine s plea- sure in vice, and pain in virtue, is a novice both in the one and the other. Cereitooy is the smoke of friendship. The pleasure of doing good ia the only ono that never out. When men are together, they 1 sten to one another, but women aadgirlslool atone another. The tree overthown by thu wind had more branches than roots. The dog in the kennel barks at his fleas, but the dog who is hunting does not feel them. Receive thoughts as guests, and treat your desires like children. The prison ia shut nil. ht and day, yet is ulwajs full; the think of your restoration to freedom and Upon v hat condition hastily inter- rupted the Jew. who, though knowing that all the bashaw had uttered was an untruth, Btill pretended to believe e rery word. The bashaw did not give a direct answer, but soon said: ileport says that you h ive concealed sil- ver, gold and jewels, enough to make, in the coin of this regency, the sum of eighteen hundred thousand yusticks. Have you so much -wealth "Yes, and Allah akbar said tbe bashaw, strok- ing his long beard with delight, You would like your freedom he added, in- quiringly. As the eagle loves to soar aloft in air, the wild beaat to roam uu nolested through the forest, so have I always loved my free- dom." You may hava liberty on one condition, Jew." Name it." "You have much the signi- ficant reply. Yes." "You could live like a prince upon one-half of I could." "Give me the other half, and you shall have jour freedom." And will you not harm me any more asked the Jew, eagerly. No, good Jew we wil shield thee from all future said the bashaw, now al- most beside himself with "And descend- fro in btii throne, he approached aud warmly embraced Oglandi. What pledge wilt thou give asked tho Jew. Our princely our oath." By what will you swear By the sacred stone in the kaska of the temple at the name of Mahomet and of------" And will you keep yo ir oath inter- rupted tlie Jew. If we do not, may we He the most hor- rible death mini can conoei or iuvent." The basnaw paused in breathless suspense, awaiting a reply, while stood speech- less as ii statute. The bashaw could no logger endure the painful silence. Speak, good Jew, he eaid, and tell us where you h ive youi- money concealed." The Jew was imaiovabla zvs weighed in his miud the vt lue of the oath. His silence was painful! to che anxious inter- rogator. "Tell entroated Jussuf, who was now suffering from alternate feeling of hope and fear. Casting a strange look al the bashaw, tho Jew said: Your excellency first snid that you want- ed to borrow my money b it now you want m-3 10 give it to you." "Your significantly replied Jussuf, who was so completely elated and assured by the Jew's actions, as not to doubt that he would accept of any reasonable terms to get his freedom. "I shall surely beset again said the Jew. Soon as you tell wber3 your money is to be found, nnd it is broutr it here, vou shall be free." "Your excellency knows the spot where Gaiil i Yes." "Near half a mile east of it two j From barren date-trees A LIDT South Side (Ya.) Democrat says that a few days ago Mrs. Wells, of Prince George, saw h sr dogs running a fine deer in the neigh tor I ood of her house, and feeling all the enthusiastic excitement of a true sportswoman, e seiz- ed her gun and joined in the chue. The deer made for the river hotly pursu> d, and tried to cross on the ice, but ere he p ed far the well-directed lead from th i lady's rifle made venison of him. waa carried home, and not onlj reflected credit on the gallant sportswoman, but on all who were invited to the feast. JEWEERY. NEW GOODS. RICH and Beautiful now to seen the Jewelry Store of COOK BELDEN, KO. 3, CAPITOL HOUSE BLOCK, MADISOV, WIS. Tlie beg leave to inform the cltlxe it of Miv (lieon, tlmt they liavu mado great exertions iu procuring tliu largest, beat aelected, cheapest fltock of Diamonds, Watches ft Jeweby, rvcr shown in Jlncllson; all of which wra bound to sell agtonUhing law -pricoi. Among oar stock you w 11 flnd a large assortment of WATCUKS, in Id and sllrcr cages. A flnt ntoclc of fine gold UONT1M CASH WATCHES, Ac., 4c. Diamond Fins Fine Gold, Gold Knotted, Lara, Cameo, Gold St ne uul Florentine Pina and Hlugt, Gold and Neck Chains, of every ityU; Loclciti, OoldThimblet, 3eaU, Keji, Ac., lea. Slecre tuitions and Diammotli itock. Gold and Bracelettt, Onyx, Garnet, Kuby, Op- al and Gold Itingi, Pins, liar Kingi, Ac., Ac., if. SILVEE WARS. Solid Su- rer Tea Pitchers, Oobleti, Cups, Knfvei, Soitp Finh Knlvcn uud f orki, Table and Desert I'orki Hinl Table and Tea Tobacco aud Snuff Boxes, Vortmonlei, Card CUM, Napkin Ac., PLATED WARE- and plain Cotton, Coko and Card fttskeU, Uobleta, Cupi, Tea Setta, Wtehcri, Coffe Wai- ten, BKC Btandc, Forkt gpooni. Ac., Ire. FAXCY LARGE AS30RTHEN f. ENGRAVING. j AH ciivcr ware tongjll of us, we engrave free o 'chargx, J in tlie imigt beautiful rtjte, i Kf- Wiitcln'S and repalrnl Wftrrnn ed. if a' IVUU'rs nnd Dcalcra at New York iricei. GLASSKS, Ac. r tt2_ All tlw above add at aatofifaMiig Come aud iee. COOK 11KI.DEN, No. 3, Capital Home Stock. WATCH REPAIRING done IS TIIK VKHY BKST MANN ANP Warranted. The having en aged an Kxperlcnoed an Wo hava noticed them, interrupted the bashaw. Between the trees is an oval stone sur- rounded by a bed of sorrel.' And he paused. "Go And you will surely keep but half of my richea Only half." Well, upon lifting up tho stone I spoke of, you will find a second one, which is flat, then a third, and a fourth cne. Raining the last stone, you will find a Is.rge many feet underground." I see." 11 Ono day I accidently discovored this place, and thought what a spot it would be to hide money in." Enough said the bashaw, dancing with delight. "Allah! my empty treasury shall soon be The bashaw now despatc led n number of Turks to unearth and bring away the bidden treasures. WATCH MAXEB, i'ii, does hereby solicit tUc of OLD CUSTOMERS, JVN'D ANY Nl'MUKK OP Ntft HOBT. J. 8M TK, No. 13 King MHdtaon, Wie CHKAP AT MADISON BAZAAR! ROBERT J. SMITH, Ko. 13 DEAtltR JK1VELKT, WATCHES. CLOCKS, KILTICR WARE, FANCY GOODS, FINK CUTLKRT. Md MUSICAL KSWJHS. At the end of nn hour th s Turks returned, and stated tfmt they could imd no treasures tberc. How now, Jew asked tho My men have searched the place and can find no money. Thou hast deceivrd us." I did not say my was there." You wished ua to believe as much." I said that I thought ti e place a good one for that purpose." And then you did not tury any of jour riches the next day I found a betwr place." And where is it It ia where neither you nor your blood- thirsty foil >wera can find it.'' The bashaw now discovei ed the cunning of the Jew, and that he had been caught iu his own trap. Son of a foul Jew dog roared the ex- asperated bashaw, drawing one of the gold- mounted pistols from hit belt, and tapping it signficantly. I fear not thy sa'd the old man, in a calm Then, oe if ipeaking to himself, he added, Woulc that 1 had the strength of youth And what if thou hadst I would drag thee from the blood-bouf bt throne, and dash out thy br tins on this mar- ble floor, to avenge the de.ith of my mur- dered The bit-haw now foamed with ragp, und would have shot Ogtandi dead, hud a thought, which saggetted a lafct hopu of get- ting possesaion of tho Jew'ii money, at moment entered his 10 wouid threa- ten all of Oglandi's race with just a: the muraent the eiecutionei should xaua the axe to chop off his bend. The bashaw now sent foi the sheriff, who aoon appeared, axe in land. The bashaw ordered him to decapitate Qg- landi forthwith. The sheriff dragged the helpless victim to tho block. lie raised tho axe, but, when about to strike, a from the bashaw arrested b a hand. He addressed Oglandi. TANXKB NOTIONS, TOTi AND MERCHANDIZE; OKKEBALLT. R. J. 8 4ITH. MuiUgon, Oct. 38, 1S58. DRY ___ House Furnishing Ingrain, Yelret Curpoti t India, MatlmK! and American Oi Cotton and Wanted Toilet Quilts and Comforters! T A FAVJBTTE Iniurance >'mt Janetrtlle, Wiiconuin. AUT1IOMZKB B. BunstiT, C. U Kockwell, li nry O. Greunnian, A. F. Kookwcll, Clias. C. Cluvn ".A. Sowlcy. F. Rockwell, 1'roefdent. F. A. v'ieu Preitident. C. B. Kockwell, Secretury, IJ. -t> r, Treaaurcr. Inaunllicc effectc d against Loaf or Damage Ijy 1'ii ami Inland Navigation. REFJiKXXCKS: Samuel Perry..............................Front Slnot. William lluggn.....................W.ill Sm.'t. U. Franklin Street, Iliram ChamLeix................................lliiirulu, W. K. P. O. J. William I'nul. Ifon. James Sutherland....... Meuni.Confi A Merrill........ Meion. Weed 4 Xbcrhard....................Madi-on. f.G. BKSKOIC'J Agent for uuit N. G. B. is ttlno Agent for the InKiiriuico Companj-, of gpringfleld, Mass. Madinon. Jan. IS, 1866. ..Attorn.-y, Utico, If oof 111- nut IMPORT AWT to The O fxclusire Varniern' Ooint iny in tli THE MADISOS MUTUAL. Located at Miuligon, This COMI to take riafca upon Vartu [iropcrty only, .X'ttniitliiU' I' I iiignof all kinds to larmoiH) UOIIM i ttire, grain in liarit, live stock, from une tn Tti i M lower than mont utber r All losses pi-oaij'tly pnlit at thu uflice Pl. n .1- matte thereon. "Vfo believe it to be for the interest of tho farniei Burc by thcinaelvoB. their ha. a. than any other, yon will have no yotir own of the fcainu cltuu1, and all ;tn footing. Experience Fhown tliat two-thinl if not t fonrttn of all the flioa tltut occur are upon -toivs. t iv niilln, eliono, and such like projierty. In tint coinjm such property in rrj'-cted by totting tin m look to owu interest, injure Farmer's Company. M'a been doing businewft over three anil we have not obliged to assess our premium i and for the Jtiimiflt we havf tint had ti detiar Ion, though lu t or uul equitably and (iniu jn fa. W, T. till on, Secretary, J. W. Kiljy, Vkfl Pruaidi'tit, Alien UilMiin, .011- eral Agent. 8. O. BKNEDICT, Ageut thin Cu.> lid County, at DurrioV Uook Ktoro. t MISCELLANEOUS. I Cigars JUST RKCE1KKD AT LANSING'S, VaM fttoctt, Plnekney Str. et MOO Waibington M R. 3000 Eiculapio ton.ircn, 3000 Hegnllai, KOI) XttUa, K. OuouoM, MOO Baroder, do- 3000 b tett XUMli, iWOO do do 2000Norudad Lecdrei, du adOO Antlguldad IxiudtM, MUD Ofiari 2900 La RUM, do. 3HUf) Itegnlia aouu Ught (tuard Op. tt aOOO Princino Jlraifo, aOOD Nornif. La ftalvu io, 3001) du Kl WOO do La Oott-i It- JA Vli'toni, The abor. CIOAKS will ton purchuerv. Menre. M. L., ntuuod Uiof. tin .nit Inrolce of ex.-eod any of Cljai Hint Ijn- rffught Into State. 10. MM. ,f and wi BMMto li war Depot ,c., and F i >ie I108KNDAI.K, O.J11 -NT be fmndat Wiolenl. ,nd new the 31. 4 M. R Uoji't HTORAQB ktodi of gooflj. cnn l leaioiutble termj, by our e. MadUon, Dec. 8, [off] f. CARMAN A Coal! AT THK MAPMOH COAL YARD, C C PITTHBROn, O a A A BMAII IHLU nnrt W ion. CoH will to put ol the cltl, lift near the K.A v p c IU R' [dtp_ PJL CAmWAS i or wu ter >ur Llnun Hhoetine Pilow wLitum! Window BUnd Uaua! Drapery, Muilln, am I t'uriain Fixturci Gilt Cornicx! Ken Luting t Door JUU W ererj rwUty J I 1 aud I i ItooUi, Shoo Cost t 1 In ihort, every artiale in tin Vatalil ia( I jutt and for by I 4 TUSJiWAT. Utditon, Oct. dtf Rally to thu KAli' it ROt'OHTi at ita art IfU tlw igli iltv Be.t. Vtr.bat.jr.   

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