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   Madison Daily Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - February 6, 1857, Madison, Wisconsin                                THE DAH CALKINS cc PBOUDFIT THE ARGUS Dally, A BURCKSB, and ill every description r.f lloots MADISON, WISCONSIN, FRO AY, FEBRUARY 6, 1857. THE ARGUS DEMOCRAT VOLUME 31 Ilird Kro's, Is the OfBcial Paper of the State and City old Wisconsin. GKO. W. OILMAN, Mauiifu-tiiri-r of and Shws of every d.'M-ription, and ,1, iUr i i, ;nl.bwH. TA-uther. Kit and Finding. Store on Pin etui Hotel, Mn.liH.ni, _ JOSKPH MOBBINS, M D., R.-1 Ordinance, V A T both u WiMonitin nu I tho 1'UBf.U ATKJN DAYS. 1'ai'i'r. -.y.'Thursday IT,   00 li nioii'hit.. W 00 one year.....1UO 00 nix months. CU 00 Weekly vost ;i St.-cl. Nail plenifiits-. disoii, V i-.ciumiii. _ _ _____' A. H U K, Offers Ills vnire.ssim.Al services to the ci ami vicinity. WHico in _Mills' Ilitzaiir. ilfKidfiico Mvirtic in Piano Fortes, Me Miisk-. IiJ.'kP, Sliwt Music, 4c., Uriwn1' ________________ t Attornnv.- and Counsellors at for A CHID AGO jr. Tolmcro. M'inesi, Liquors, i j tUo J I mock .Mmliaoii, [jnnl oth Daily ui nix liueB, inwrti.-d ut Will b-: rgcd ;o per Iff- at double the ral- jBjj-Uusinc.-v.-i Canl-i, u ,t after reading matter, .-tit nu re above rates. im-iii i to he p-.ii'l for inmlVHUCf. mill -i-i liiut will bo forbid, ami in Vnn Attn It [Janl COAC II anil CmrrlnRe Hivmifacturera, COT XT of Morris and Untlcr a few doors bo- low the 1 uitcd Stains lloli-l, would rt'spectl'ully Inform the iiihabitithlH of Miiilison tind tho Stuto ot they iir.i daily turnini; out us npli-ndid an rishorliuent of .CAltHIAGKS, an can found in any aetory. BIK1 BltOS. having been eibgaged in tlm IniKiness in Sl'.iini': N. Y., when, their r.-putLvtiuii staiuls A. No. 1, fei-1 coi fldcnt that they cun STihtain thcinsflves in Mtnl- tho sunn1 quality of work fur the .-mmc, anil tnui.-ipoi-i ilion. We would BUY to those, have bought of us :it i Uant-atleH, thut ai-e jiixjuiruil 1o flit all orilers here, am1 give the samo wilUfacllmi. Our work in all made of Kawtei n nnd Eastern Mechiiuic-fi. .Call und exumiiic Patntlnu and TV I 111 Mili'g done in Ilio latent style. All lilnd.s of Carriage Repairing done- with diHjmtch. July L'i.'SO. _ 11. A H. II. TM KNTION IleadB nt Madlaon H it Stc-Te! where .-an found tho only c-oiuplelo nu nt nl'jlnts, Caps (indl'ur.s inlliHciry, HATS OV BKAU IMNISM, HATS of till kinds und __ oo ors, Velvet, BOJ-H HiiiT'iiii Cups of cndlcfH mid Mi.sseK Furs of >Irmi 10 Stouc, Martin, Jitcli nnd Swnue' Ladies' U loves, Gents' 1'ur t'o'iits, Caps, Col- ami Olovos of all kinds. A Inrgc of Buffalo and Fancy Wolf Travi-lii 'f TrunkB, Valises nnd Vnibrclliu. Latlies anil fici tloiiien arc to call and examine before pur- chasing ulscwliere. llpincniher the place, near Nov. 4, 'ofi. 11. U. U. CASWKLL. 11. Sipjiuss tV Hro., IMP >RTKKS and WHolcurle and He- mi: Dwilei-siM Poi-c gn it Bomestlc Tobacco, nforin the public that they have the largest nnd sol stoil Hock in the western country. Kvi-r- thins in tiie CIGAH LINK will bo Bold cfitaper than tli y be. limujht wr.nl Nr.w York. Tavern und Saloon ;iro particulnrly invited to cull and ivy tin-in. Alwi. icll the ctilvbiiitrd brands of CHBiVl.VO AJSD 8MOKIMG TOBACCO, CouHtsintly on li-.ind. iKff i'linov Articles, Snuff, and every thinfr per- Stoic, cftii be found at this ofltablish- llll-llt. SUSy- Irdr-rs ulti'iided to with promptness and disps.tcfi. Jaii. I, ISail.________________________ Fred. Mocssncr, St. IMPORT KB, WHOLESALE DEALER IX STAPLE AMD DKTf GOODS, Jan. 10, 1807-dly. IS South atreet. Chicago. CHICAGO FKO I THE ADVKRTISING COLLECTI'G AC.ENCY Oi1 VAN AL8TTNE GOULD, of WHOLESALE Dealer! In Coarae and J'ine 1'aper of every description, 95 SOUTH W ATJSH STRKKT, Would call the attention of Stationers, and country mcreliauts generally, to Mock and unusual facilities for Belling at low ItoyalB, Super Koyaln, Pnn.yB, Folio Post, And in fact everything in their lino Apcnts Smith ft Peter's Curd Board and 'fancy Cards-, Holman s and Hoard; Thomas Lnt.iron's Kcttcrliiin'B Borders; .Tessup ft Laflinscolet paper; Wade's i'l-intors' Ink, 4c., a. n. I.AFI.IX..................i.iAiuif........... ______ ___ Granger Iron TIIK to oxccuto all c-rders for STEAM BWGIMBS and MECHANICS' TOOLX OF JSI'JSBY VESCKJPTJOfT. Sawandtli-ist and repnirB, warelioua..', grain, carts, trucka, elcTiiUira nnd lidstinn miwhines, Cast GOB and Water larHO fnrming kettles nnd Building Castings. Orders for the cast window caps, sills, weights, columns nnd wrought work for huilding, promptly attended to. All kinds of castings it ml machinery madii to ordei on the shortcut notice. The subscribers arc ngentfl for the sale of iiostori Belting, Packing and and keep a full assortment on bniul. Ofiice and works, corner of Franklin and Indiana streets. Decembers, 185C-dly Boiven 1IH POHTBIIS and Yankee Notions, Ac. 100 LAKE STRKET, (lip Stairs) CHICAGO. II ve now in store a large assortment of every of S and i'iincy Dry Woods, Notions, Uock Jew Iry. Silver E'lated Ac., espeeiBi to T eiteru Trade, to whico they invite thu nttontjou nl tl Mer hauls purchusiiiff in this nmrk.-t them that thci Koqds und Patent SAKES, Five Hundred fertorta In I'erll on lee. UNRIVALLED SALAMANDER ivii -nvll Co., nnd B, Wo Id. wo JJliJ ti, in a c r. No. IS, lltuwi's Block, Madisun, SVincoiisin. i to II. Merrill ft Co., Dealcv in llcaily 1'iiniishiii" Cluii.lH, VnirtliiUl s Ulncli, IhidiH.in, WisciMMiu. _ ________________Ljn__ liBTitiDGB'.'SHOBMAKKII A CO le and itotail Dealers in Groceries nnl ProvWoiis, ........Ulock, Atlorn. vs and ConnseK-rs at Law, Madison, Wisoonsln. 0, Drueivs ___ TIDBITS in till kinds of llai'dwaro, Mills' now Block, Miuli- son, Wisconsin._______________ II. FHIKNI> .i BRU'S., in all kinda of lluutly made Clothing, King street Madison, Wisconsin. _______.......______I..... JDOMAliDSOM i TMBDWAV, Denler.-i in Dry (tomb, Ilanlwarc, Orooerios, lints anc Cap-., Houtd HI W: .inform !ic he him removed his well known CON FEC TIONARY ESTABLISHMENT to Kin Street, No. 1, two fi-oni the Madison IJousw. My I'naiiifHB beinp; now considerably and flir- nislied in tin-most elegant way. Lndleii and Gentlemen will a- ivays 11 ml on hand all sons of CVmfuctioiiarieH, an ITS, itreen and dried, CAKKS, SYRUl'3, OYS'L'KRa, UiJIONS, Ac.. iLL KINDS OF ICE CREAMS, will h furnished to order promptly, find in the most pnl- atahli- -ityle. Besides) I take leave to recommend my stock Yii ikee. Notions and Fancy Articles, mch as Bird Cages. and Uormun Toys, ie., Ac. Klj' All orders proiinitlv and neatly attended to. Plenso -ucall. F. MOKSSNBB. OFFICIAL CSITBD STATKS OOVJBK.KMKMT. 1'rrsUUn HCA N KU S I' f K If C K. AHitti) lif-Pmi'tent J :-si: D.JlRiniiT. .Sfe.-reiJuru nf Sl'.it: AM L. MAHCV. I'AVW. i-'tertMry t'-.f .s 0. DODMI.V. Stcrtt'jiry nf 'frtumni i VMKS IK-TUH'.K. iif J'l'atmusttr liein-.r'.'.l 'a General f.un-l A. of Iruti'm Vi. .VANVi-BXSY, of fentiotu JOSIAH MiNdT. Xtteultrr of X vriiAMti. C. Chief Justice of H. ilchcin, Jiiine.-iM.ASa.vuCjJolin '.itr.'iu, 1'eti-r V. iMniel, niiun-1 Nelson, Holicrt C. Orier. is'. Cnrlw, John A. C Boyton, Martin Co.? Kl'lXV "Wholesnlc Grocery undersigned having purchased the Stock of n.l 1- tiseii the Store- formerly 1-y KI.NXA, S'r, IVuter Street, now in receipt (if ii largo usriortinent of F. TV. Van Osten. Co. MPOKTKIIS of Br andlca, Hoi Innd Giri, ie., Ac., and dealers in Choice Bourbon and Eye Whiskey. jVu 148 Xonth Water Street, Chicago. Bourlmii undersigned u now prepared to supply the trade with OLD BOUTIBON WIHSKY, rcct ii-utn Hourbon county, of thu celebrated bnind of ser and Foley. Having an agent in Kentucky, to select r ns, we havu greater facilities than any other house in ik-fiRO for snpplving the demand. The above brands of Old IVhiaky we wurrmt superior to 13- broxight to this city, und we Defy Competition here or now on hand a large quantity nnd constantly- wiving direct from Bourbon we are able to supply thoso int may favor us with their ordei-n. HSf- Tlense cull and examine for yourselves. F. W. VAN OSTKJT.......................................... December 111S56 the luistcrii nnd MnrketH. They are nls Vsi-i.ts for tho cnliihiMtCfl V.IILK CUT WAILS ASJJ SPIKES, h tiro superior ti> nny urliclo of tl.o kind sold in thi lit D. IIJ5MIY MA11T1N. IIICMtYO. SMITH. M'-ille retiriTi" from the ubove concern, we render ou nci i-o thanks fin-the IHieral putromigi heretofore exteni ed t.- us, and also solicit a toiitiiumtii.ii of the same wit the i.ew Brin, who have business facilities, by which the cun -.uake it an iiiduci-iuent to. If not superior to 111 hoir o iu the- West. BA11KY KfcS N A. ji iv 21, ____ i'uir- [jutil. SiTATE J'rirate K l.ktttf.nant dm" AIIIWH. "f JHSBH. Hf'y .SVnfe--JoiiN HUNT, (.'HM-.UBI Ki KHS. Aniitunt C.'Ri. llAiifJCH. Attorney WII.U.YH 11. SMITH. Hank f.'t.mnlrott' M. Anittnttt H-k MKSOKS. SuiteriitUmtoit t'ublii: .Instruction A. C. niltltY. Mjutant AM.-HA Couu. tfrmmiitary W. UOTH. UPKEMK Lhi.'f llMVA'.-.n V.WiirtoN. Hiiidwrs und Bcntt-rH in Hooks nml Stiitionevy, Morri Htrci-t, Madison, D. s. DtrmtiK, Dealer iti Braiks, Stationery and Papur, lli-uou'.-! M'Ueonsln. __________ KIjAt'BKIl CO., Deiler. in Dry Ileady-muile Clothing, Ai-.. chilci'H Ulock', Wisconsin.____________ COOK BELIHSNt Dotiloi-4 in Witches, Jew.-lry, 1'iute, Ac., under House, Miulison, "Wisconsin. _ _ ......_ wlaand Hetnil Dealers in Drufi.-., Medicines Ac., Mudiadii, Wisconsin. in Hardware, Iron, Ac., Main street, Mudison, FURNITURE WARE ROOMS, OP WHITE THE AIIBUS OFFICE, SfAflTSON, W Clark, OFFERS tor Bale Hie rlcHest, hud best assortment of turuitur.! in thu interior the -tate such asi Sol' 6, Outre Tables, tiinl Black W nlnnt Eureiiiis, JlahoKanv ttnd Cane Scut Chairs, Uothic and CuttiiK" Iteadstca A VARIETY 01 Coinnion Tabl t'oinnion llurinnia, Wash Stands, Wnsli liureausi, Cimh-B, Oftlco Chairs, llockers, W. J. OIUSOKR, A. M. (1KANGKH. PXtKJl iom warninted frco from ilnmp- STEPHEN II. PIERSON, Agent. 12 C. H. Beckwith, Western Agent for ttae lj sale of TURNER'S BI VCKBPHRY AND NATIVE WINES, HI VCfc.Bfcl.Kl A SYBUI'8 ANB COUDIALS Jinpoi-tcts find dealers in Pure Wines, Liquora, Tobucco, C ears, Oysters, Sardines, Misters, (jlaniB. Sealed S'ruilB. Ccnlectionnry, Soda Fonnts, Ale Pumps nnd Funey Ale. Porter, and Stout at Urowers Pi ices. ----ALSO----- A- ENTS FOK MESSB3SGKIl'S LONDON CORDIAL OIN JS> All orders put up with cara and goods warranted. JVb. 60 Randolph Stivfl., E. R. Bowen, f ANVFACTUHKIl IVliolesale _T Denier in BUCKSKIN 0 LOTUS, WHIPS, LASHES and _ BEUALIA. Canniul will sell for Cash 01- short time, on better terms ti im any other house. One price only. Vo. S Clark Street, Chic'wo, I'p Stairs. 4KJ- CASH paid for Deer Skins.______________________ Wentworth DEAU.T1S IX AKD WATCHES, JE1VKLRY, SILVER SPOONS, SWiCl'ACLES, jVo. ii-2 Clark ............................................imKom. C C WENTWORTII FOLSOM. Machinery Depot, River St..................Clilcngo, Keeps constantly on himil ail kindii oi' Machini'vv, onr Jluniii'actorU-s, lit Norwich, Oitiu.. Koene, J.. It., Voretrfter, Mass, and Cincinnati, Ohio; ctmswliug ol Journal of Romance, MAMMOTH Illnstrattfl A. nnl, containing the ol the Lon- .onniurtraU-a News, and iu it llluntnilcil KNTEliPUISE, ASH AND M CJWO AND BOJIISG MACTITN KS. All Icin.lB ol' nnd Hallway Saws, Saw Arlmrs, I'aniol's Jray and WoiH.l'a I'lnniiig Machines, Woodwoith Planing Machines, with without nmtchiiiK. All kinds of Shaping Ma- chine for llnruio- or (.Mr Work, Shingle and -Chipboard Machines, Saw Mill Stenin Ki.BlneB, Iron I.atliea, r ftc. i-pi-riiie parts of lay linn- our depot, Chicaiin IBinois. il. iiinnptly attend -d to. J. A. FAV CO. -.-lit. 9UBSCRIUKRS K YKAll! 600000 TO 1VE 01iTAINKl> IN SIX MOV 41UOOOO TO UK G1.V.BN IX PKHMIUMS TO BB GIVES l.N SIX The New York Herald gives tiie following incident connected with the frsezing of the East River between New York nnd Brooklin. Notwithstanding the large quantitiea of ice that annually nankea ite appearance m our liarbor and rivers, it is very uiiusnnl for it to accumulate in eiich mattes as to admit of n ptwsageway across eithot of the grout rivers that wiit-h our shores, phenome- na, however occured once in tho year 18a-_, when the East river waa froz.m across from shore to shore, and thousands o 'people passed over to the other considered a. great feat to do so. The same circumstanon occn -red jesterday, and it is estimated thut persons must have taken advantage of the ciruutnstance to walk, instead of sail, from New York to Brooklyn and back. Thin continued until 4 o'clock, when the tide began to turn and the vti tor sensibly to lower in the slips. The mors cautions left the ice and came ashore, but it seemed im. possible to warn the boys and men -who were in the centre of the stream. In a littlo while the iue near the docks be- came fissured on tho New York side, and it was evident that the ebb tide would soon make short work of the ice. The people on the dock saw this, and shou-ed to those on the ice to com off "for God's but they had done so much shouting l-eforo that they were not heeded. In a little while there was a great chasm near the shore this side, when the alarm spread to thoso on the ice to run to the other side. At this time nearly five hundred persons were on tie ice and run- ning for the Brooklin shore, vhero ft few got ofi'; but the ice broke there and matters began to look serious, as all communication with the share was cut off, at d the five hun- dred were running wildly frooi side to side, not knowing what to ice in the meantime drifting slowly down the river with a precious freight of human life upon it. At this time the anxiety c the people on the docks was intenee, as it wan feared that niany lives would be lost. While this fear was at its height', however, sis if by magie, three tow bunts and number ess small boats made their appearance for the purpose of taking oft' the now terrified ace-bridge trav- ellers. They were all un until one of the tugs named the Hauler dashed down the river with tbo tide nnd pushed in- to the floe so as to bury her bow in the thick drift. A ladder was then pat out, and soon tho adventurers were seen clambering up to her docks. All thL  .Shore. Itailrwid anil tho lioats to and from Clucngo, -Sa Hurst Co., 3fi, Sft ST., CORNKH OF LAKBST j HAVE etved largest best stock of gooda ever brought to tint market, consistim; In pajt as follows 100 Iiluls sugar. 60t) bills 'Coffee and Clarifleil sugar. 200 Crushed and Pulverized sugar. 200 bbla ulioiec Syrup. "00 bhls choico Molnsst-a. 400 bags Kio nnd Lagura coffee. 200 buss O. H. coffee. BOO half Y. Hyson f imipowder and Iniijernil Tens. 200 half clioico lihu-k Tens. 200 Uudy's choice Y. Jlyson Tea for funiily lisa. 100 buls Mackerel, No. 1, 2 and 3. 100 hi' bbls do ilo  rney and Counsellor at Law, and Notary Public, Wau- iiu-a, FBCHHKIMKH, Be-ilc-rs In Clothing, Gouts' Fiirninliitigtioodn, 4c., Van Borgnn's lilock, Madlsou, Wisoousin. MKSICK. JUAMSING, in Lifinors, Cigars, Van Ucrgen'n WiHConsiu. COWailTTKBS I'owi-H, MB.VITS. --V Slyk JH'lt.-r. HoLMiH ami I1" -ft-r-i nnd UobWi: nud SI Slvltf, MiiyeTf and Van Bcr 'watir rs, isrookii and fire atal nos. Wood and Itobhins. fur-i-' tfv Wood aiul Hi-erau. rtmttfriilt'iitis, Vllu V.i-wks ami >k'-i-. A :i" Slyke nnd Ki nncy. Mayor-., Powers and Jleovan. C. r.iiix-liild, I'owvr, Ileeraii and D-iilc-r iu flrovri-i-lcs nnd Provisions, Alnin'a Block Madisoiiv Wisconsin. liealers in Dry Ouoils, 4c., noxt door to 1'ont Oilk-e, JIadi- son, Wiscoiirfiu. AllD. will leave Milwaukee nt 835A.M., anil at 4.00 M., ou the arrival oftlic cara and bouts from ''l'SiW-rs leaving Chicago by Inko Shore Hailroad at A M tuUo the P. M. train at Milwaukee lor Madison, aiiesville'imd intermediate plnces, und thus have plenty time to dlno in I'liasi-ngcrs leavinBCluriiBO tin. boats, nri-ivo iu Milwaukee in tiino tultf the A. M. train for Miuligon mid Jniitsvillo, id iiitt-riiit-diuto OOINCi A Train will leave Madison at T A M., and tncBvilk- at 8.00 A. M. Also Wadiriou at 3.00 P. M., nnd at A M trajn from Madison, and tlio h 00 A. M. train from Juniwrillc, ni-rivo in Milwaukee in me to tnke 1'. M., on Lake Shore llnilroad, lor nrriviuK tlit-re in time, to take thoS.30 P. M. trains -i tlH, Vvntral and Southern KailrondH for all Eastern on the3.10P.M., vain, and J.iiiMville nt 4.00 P. BI., ui-rive in Milwiinkeo in ;mc to take the IW 1'. M. lioat for Chicago. troini; to Wiitertowii, to Madison nnd Jinies- i illo wiirj-o tlTrectly through by tithcr of the pajwciigor i rains, and in from VVutertown to -Madison .nd Jiiue.sville. Bv this arransrcmcnt passeiiEcri: are taken to filter- own, Fond du m-ttvor Dam, Horicon, TVanpun and LStnceB run iu connection irith the Cnrs from Janosvillo mil Madison to Fort Wiunebago, Buraboo, fcau.t, UotlgOr villo. Mineral Point, i'loreiice, Galena and Dubuque, and to various other portions of tho State. EXTENSION WEST. Loavo Muscoda at 4.30 M. and 10 A. M. Leave Madison at 2.2u P. M., on tho arrival of tho morn- ing from Milwaukee. Leave Madison nt 8.00 A. M. KDAVAHD II. UHODHBABj Juuo 13. and Eneiiieer. F. M. Cliapman Co., Chicago VTO 9O, ICenile St Wliolcesle Dealer Jii Agrieul-t'l Ac., Also, exclusive aKi'nta for tho sale oi Vitkins OSAOX OHANOB also. I'jitndrcth Grin's Power Coi-u Shelloi -ami Cleaner, (Reading's Pat'tnt.) Wheeler, Melick Co.'s combined Thresher and Win IVlHH-lcr. Mi-lick t Oo.'s endlesB chain horse powers. Lawrence's Portable Saw Mills. G AV Ilildrclh'e Combined Thresher and Cleaner. 'do do Premium Horse 1'ovrern. jn ,io OuaKO 1'lows and Seed Distrjbulors. Pcott's Giant" Corn and Cob Mills. Manny's Combined Reaper ann Mower. December BJlSSp. _______________ LllrJ_. Henry B. Falcs, (Into Kimbnll, Robinson .t Mn.ss.> MANVFACTtlREH Denier iu Boots, Shoes and Rubbers, 11 S'tuffi Water Strtff, THE UNITY of'nil! in wn'a matchless music ihero rnna one idea, worked out through all the changes of mea- sure and of key, now .vLniost hidden, now breaking out in rich natural melody, whis pereil in the treble, mnrmv.red in the bass, dimly suggested in the prelude, hut growing clearer and clearer as th  R. J. SMITH. Madison, Oct. specimen copy oftlic iiaper. TlToiiias ISeorge OF ull klnda of Brass, Copper Sheet Iron Work. and Composition Castings, MAIN in Dry Omuls, Gi-oeei-les, ifcwt.-) HlioM, Ac., 4c., Wost side Caidtol Siinnru, MatlUou. [janl ole. November, 11, 185G. ILMNOIS 1'inlshfrt Brass TTork for Pluiuliei-rt and Steam Ungine Uuilders, Plain, Btlimped, Dressed, Planish- ed nnd Japanned '.Tin Ware. Bnp-gnge anil Koto) Checks, Bnws and Plated Cnr Trinunuigs, DEALERS IN Stoves, Hot-Ait- yurnacos and C'ookins Hatigcs, llinnom' Stock, Pumps, Hydraulic Hums, Lend uud Iron Pipe, Brass and Copper Tubing, Iron, Urasn und Copper Ware, Sheet UriiRii, Onper und Zinc, Galvanized fliuet Iron, Im.Russia, Also, Rubber I-Ioao, Beltins Packing, Cur Springs, Liintoms of every dus- t-ription, and llailroad TICTOUT, 116 i 118 201 LAKE-ST CHICACSO..........jnny............ the highest; on earth ponce, good-will to- wards And Evangelists and Apostles taking up the theme, the strain closes in the same key in which it begun; the deril, w-ho troubles tho first paradis.-, forever excluded from the second man rettoreii to tho favor of and Jesua Christ the koy-note of tho Messenger. Marine and Fire Oompany. OIBce .No. 30, Maiu Stroet, PttJria, to ta.ua poUcie. on Marin-. In- and aai at r. able A. O. Tynj, P. if la- 8. T. Shi] >man, TjRACTICAl, ARCHI-r SCT AMD SUP_BH- f IXTEKDST, prepared to maka Designs, Sptclfica- Prof. O. J. Kair Restorative, for producing: Hair ON BALD IIKADS, AND Grey Hair to Natural i'lllS astontehlngund unequaled ha-SBBW failed to produca growth on IVuld Hoadf when according to tne dlwotlona, and Urn k to Itaorl- zliuil color, baring become gray, rw natate it In its original health, and beauty. KB- niOTOs scurff, dandruff, unpleawat Itebing, icrofuln. eruptions and iBTerlih bunt from th icalp. u .ilso preTsnts the lialrfrom becomlug unneal hy ana ling off, and acts us a perfect Hatr luvlgorator and We annex a few oertiticatm to uorroborafe onr 18fi6. Prof. Wood: My hair ewnmouctd tailing o: f or four years since, and continued to do so uiitii i I tried the popular ol tha day, but to no effect. At last w.s tad icsd tij __ __ intiern.ii, Boni land, TicaVrviident, tibas. Holland, Secretory. N. K. BICH, OBSBttAL AOKNT FOIl WISCONf' M- Policies Issued on reasonable tcrnw, on all Wteonitar0 JS- Office with Kiiowlton, Fi-ink A IVakelty, Pin- Street, Madtaon. H Hartford, Connecticut. Incorporated in 1810. CAPITAL 1'KBPJKTKA! Also, for ornamental work iu iron, Stone, Wood, Vlastm- Paris, nml for nil of Machinery, Jiups, Ac. Oflice in No. 13 Ill-null's foriuurly occnplod by JI. dtf Crawford, Sharpe Co., (Successors to Swope if in Brewery, K Ii. lloyl. Y KHHOVI- KDVC VTPION. Sime. ni nu 11. .larvia, nil A. 'While. r of this well krmwn establishment, and laid in a large slock of llopanud liarlcy, IB Ideteriiilned that the of MAFHSOK _ uludl nut excelled by any in the coun- try lie hiis ou hiind. also a lurgi" anil completo stock ol' MifiKCUAMDlZK. lit hin Stoic, whleli 1m will ei- with l-Niriuers for their 1'ruduce, on as good tenn- is any Jlercantllu Umiso west id' thu Lakos. tf'iT Sti.ru oppiwite Karwell's -Milln, whero tho public an- respectfully invited to call. Jan'v I. [die] GUH AT WKSTK3RN BIAII. Sl'UINO and after Monday, April 7th, I'asseiiKer Trains will Wells Street daily, (Sunitiiys follows: Galena and Chicago Union Hail Road! SI A I IM LINK. VOR FKEtVORT, OAUINA ANT) BUNLEITn. Passoiiger and Mail.........................................8.M A. M. Express.........................................................W.15 A.M. Passenger......................................................S.St) P.M. Clilcago, n Ho ii a nil IOIVB Line. TOR IUXON, FULTON AMI CBXIKAI. IOWA. Through Vassi-.nper..........................................8.W) A. M- Tln-ou-h I'aswnyer Ilrtoltnucl WA.UD OKV1CKHS. 1st W. do U. S. klf-y, H. V'risiht, 2od do V. Ilunt, litt I' do Jaiiict Dnnn.ilh.ii. 4th Wrlsht. 3rd 1... Vnstur, 4th do C. Itiisli. ;u-J Hilm-ndorfT 4th do K. Wyninti. J. RODKIOIUND. CROCK.EKY, GLASS, CHINA, TAB CASTKKS AND JBKITAXS'IA WAKE. No. 84 Lake St. 'December Bolting Cloths, Stones and General Mill r- M nishiug. Butch Clotlis, (extra iluvivard's Improved Dreas, and Iinproved Spindles. West Water Street, near EandolpU St. litirtpc. S- BBWTISTRY. HAYWARD li THA1V Dental Card. THE tvoiild reapectfnliy inforni the public that he lias opened Hooms, and permHuently locatod himself in the CITY OF MADISON, for the purpose of practising the profession of DEWTISTH.Y. All opBrations indident to his profession will be performed with promptness nnd ___ fikjll; ,ule nttcntton will lie paid to tho ir- rcjrnlarities of children's tectii, nud great care and cmitioii will exercised in thu preservation of Carious twtli, mil- lions of which are annually lost for tho want ot timely and judicious treatment. In all cases the very beet ftunlities of Gold nnd Tin Full, and Chrystal and Sponge Gold will bo kept on linnd, and used ns circumstances may rctiuiru, in order to arrest de- cav, ensure a permanent filling and restore these beautiful and invuluanlu organs to proper usefulness. Heine thoroughly fuimlinr with the various modes 01 in- Artificial Teeth, the subscriber would assnru tlic i "'s V S in alno Conimiaslonc- for tho StnU of IVnnsyl- j van'ift, to take fiKknowlc.lgunwnt of Doeds or any otlmi i Instrument of writing to usul m tetats. j Madisun, August 1, IBftli.__________________ 1 I mm-rent Money Wanted. THK vfill too atSIcKEY IJTtOS., Penplu'B cheap cuBh Btore, m Russdall's new block, next dnor to City Hotel, on Kins Struct. For Sale Cheap, And on Easy Terns of Payment _ _ _ in Blocfc -clison, corner y Mr. Koefe, on tho Third Li'lso bhore. Davis, at the. Argus t Offlcu- 'ON Lomnport, Juno 20, 1SS6. O J. Wood 1 Co Voui's of the tost duly to hand. Kuelosed please find being the auiou it for Hajr If you choc alnd b-ixdoaeu Hair lUstorotUe, J think 1 Silt. worked thUPl.c j-I man six bottles, who wu bUd, and it fob .the fiair out .Hover hiB head. Your., Tery log a bwutlful head of ha.r. I J or contontt, and ly and promi'tly paid in AHb. W. toniridipii, I'resklent, T.'.ibaee, rTjTw. Kddy, Vice Prwidept, Allen n, ARut S. G. BENEDICT, Ageot for Ciif County, at BoofcJtore. Sent. 11. '56. Cigars! Cigars! JUST KECEINBD AT HESICK LAIVSING'S, 4000 Wellington May, 31, 1850. CHICAGO WHOLESALE BOOKSTOH MAIL, ARUAHCAI MKNT. TIIK 1IA1I.S at pn'Mnt arrive and tho V.nt Office, nt lly fhf R..H, (viH and o'clock, A. M., nud ii.-ilvo ut 1 M., txcppt (vi.i MilwauhoO A- P. M., and arrivi at J V. M. 9 I'. M. daily, rxo-pt S.ui- th, H -I, (vin Prairie du depftvt at S o'clock A. M., and ui-rlve lit S u'flock, I'. M. the ir.-iS, 'via Mineral Point, ami flftlcnn, At 4 o'clock. A. M., md arrive at o o'clock, A. M. daily, Siin-litv-i. Ft-r IKt 1 Vond   I'- ll; ''y- ijj. finrthr. via d< Tui-sduyJ. Thurs- dnvi uii-i Saturdi-y.-t at li A. M., mid arrive" Muitilnvs, nii't at 0 P. F'ir 'If owl .SutiA- fily, Monday, WadiiMdav t'-Miiy, A. 51., ami urrtvn Ttiiirftlay :-..Ml srilay, at 4 V. M. fnr Vi'ai'rtnK'n rtfjwrt at 4 A. V and nrrivo at 10 I'.M. ihiilj fCr (iriit and Tt. run Mon'viT, W  A M and V M Arrive at (Jldc-ago at 2.40 P. M. und i .30 P. M., in tiiiie to connect with the aft-rnoon and evening express ti-ain.-f ijist. over the Michigan Central ami Michigr.ii Southern Jbulmuld. Mornitiir tnuns leave Chlca ro nt 0.35 A. M. for Milwau- kee, and intormedinte coiivryinB passenircrs fur liacinB and To iind to St.l- for Milwaukee an. MjssisBippi Railroad, lur Jaueeville and int nnediu.te stations, mto Mil- aud Wafa-rtown Railroad. Milwaukee and La Praise lUitlroad, and nt to Sheboygan. todnleute.ChJi-ago at 4 o'clock, P. M., f..r MitwBukw PttSKtirei. by this train for either of the motioned H-.uTro.uU, 01 places, remain iu Milwaukee nvnrnurht and take the moining trains. passengers ticketed tl rouB" to Iknton, New c B HAllj Milwaukee, Octolwr.lMft, School Books will bh-nd wiih incinon. tof the gtmeratlons just cnU-rins tlu' I.IKO MID ur- serv stories of chilcll.ood. They will ta'.te their place .rat in iwirahiritv aniouj; mighty exoflUH of IFSUI-H Irom proas, because first in N. W. Christian AiVroca- TIIOMl'SOS'S SBlltES OF AlllTHMIiTICS, 5 ItcvA "Thompson's are 1o desired iw oxf hooks, above nil works on the fianv) snbjecl. b. u. -ar- bour, Principal of DMnvan llih'h School, WIFCOIIBUI. S.EKIKS OF IIISTOHIKS, -r' "Tho best text books of history Prof. Ant ion, PASQTIELLE'S FRENCH SKK1 ES, S Hooks. "They :ITO the. innst prnctidil and useful course piibli- nud cau S4itisfy the wants of :i liberal iicconi] ed A .Toachir of French (Nc-w Orlenn years WOODBTJRY'S GBBMAX SBR1ES, V Hooka. "Contains all that is ncccasary tu niako the acqut of German easy and 1'rol. "VV. IE. Allen lor- ardColleif11- KN APP KTOUTMKYER'S COPT 20 Nnml most perfect nnd complete work over jiulilisl HITCHCOCK'S GEOLOGY, Vrlce Theve is not iu our language neat jind couipr so and correct an accrniut of tiie fe-y.' .North Amoricnn HOVK.-W. McKLLIGOTT'S ANALYTICAL WOKKS, 2 OLDHAM'S IIUMOKOVS TIIE A1IE1110AN sl.OU. II. K. AUTIURY'S SCHOOL Ml'SKJ. Artrt Many OtUer Vamatole Boo! Our publications are handscHiH-ly printed on wh per. neatly and durably bound, and are at Single Pluiu Teeth on Hold I'Liiif. Sinrlc Plain'Tueth on .Silver Teeth inonnted on pliiliun Plat with continuonu n Gold Plato witheon ton f mouth the tnmitii. rl.i of mouiii Teeth carefully C jndW.nwly arlHinic from :i ,11 I on IM saffi j 7 M. to 7 P. M. ,1.0. HOWKLLS, Eli-al and Mcdienl Dentiat, Madison, Wisconsin. Sorgho Sucre, J--.R CHINKSK Cane New Article this country, :it t! ties In istiit rliich is i pl-i'fiirnt Wtini; KO much inturcst m iiue. call Lie found in i-Ht its callinK at the HAKBWAKKjn'OllK ,Iiinuai-y liS, 1.S57. j I him tiie restorati" 1 f H has do ie 
                            

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