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   Wisconsin Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1860, Madison, Wisconsin                             THE Y PATRIOT, HYER, PUBLISHERS. 'J3ESURK YOU'RE RIGHT---THEN G-O AHEAD-" PER ANNUM IN ADVANCK. VOLUME MADISOJM, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, B1ARCH 16, 1860. NUMBEE 279. GREGORY, Fl.VXEV CJL.OWKR. ATTORNEY'S AT LAW, Madison, Wisconsin. Offlce In Port Block, corner of Morrlj and Carroll Sti. Otticucr AiDOrr, J. O QUGOKT, 1 S, V. Hwrr, J. M. J March lit, 1860. marldlt JACKSON SABIN, Omcx is McKKT'd Bt.ocr. MadiHon, Wisconsin. M. M. JICKSOX. augadCm O. M. SAEIX 1M.VIL.MOX HOUSK. STC.COBTOS.................................Wucoasra. BT CHURCH .t NOTT, Proprietors. HOYT HOUSE. M. H. VANMETER, COKNER OF SECOND AND COMMERCIAL 813. HudKOn City, Wisconsin. This Hotel Is new, commodious anil neat. Also a cood 'darn and atUrotlTO OstUrs. AMBRICAX HOUSE. SPRING STREET, MILWAUKEE, WIS. BOIRD PKIL DAT. Tl4atf P. KANE RICHARD L.I.VUSAY. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Lodl, Colombia County, Wisconsin. .VAT. KOL.liiaiS. ATTORNEY AT LANV, OBce over Store, Main Street, Madison. WIs. ___________dly CHAXDMSH H1CKCOX. Notaries Public and Commissioners for every State In the Office Luddlngtons Block, Corner of Wisconsin J: Kast Water Streets, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. KOBBKT CniJDLEfi, 1 JiMts HICICOI. i JanS-dawly- SMITH, KBYKS CAY, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW, MridiHon, WiwoonHin. OCOUOK B. KL19HA W. KfCTKJf, CHABLH 31. OAT. May KNAPP. WIOVF.Y ii BOOTHE, ATTORNEY'S COUNSELORS Office, Corner of King and Webster Streets, Mjidinon, Wisconsin J. O. KSAPP, T. V. Winvsr J LKVI UOOTITX Practice in all the Stale anil Federal Courts, Prepare and in the Supremo Court. J. O. KMAPP, Commissioner of the United Sl.itCH DlB ,rlct Court, WlKcnuln. 03 SAMUEL. AT LAW AMI) COUNSELLOR Madison Wisconsin. OrriCE is PORTRK'S ULOeK. may4dtf EVENING PATRIOT. On Pinckncy St., 3 doors above the Post Office Official Paper for State and City. Largest Steam-Power Press BOOK, CARD! JOB OFFICE, IN THE STATE. JOB O3TFICE, 4th Story PATRIOT BUILDIXO, Pinkney st. DAILY PATRIOT: Published every week-day evening, at 1ho follow- ing Torms 00 Six months.....................560 Single copies...............Fiveceuts WEEKLY PATRIOT Pubishod ovory Saturday Morning :I WEKK1.Y PATRIOT, One year....................f.1 00 months.................. 7Ci The charge for delivering papers per year to tho Stores, Shops, or residences will be as follows: Daili- to 1 00 Patjt Local and Hews, see Third MVROX T. BAlIiKY. Madlnort, Office, Badger Building, over Smith. ICeycD Oay. ilny 13, IBM.______________________________ilawly Madiwon, OTFICK is IILOCK. OALVIW Jotix It. BALTZRLL. 5 Mwlison, 22.1.  f a first Ilestaurant eare- ully maintained. ____________ Xotico orl-tojnovnl. DR. MEAD takes this mctliod Or Informing those having engagements irith him, that he has removed his oflice to hij rt-aidence, he may be uunddayam! lie would also say to thoae requlr- nghia ecrvicefl, that all work from liia OiTice, will be warranted in every respect. Office and House a few blocks b the Catholic Church, a rlll-Mtf AX OLU, EXTENSIVE AND FAVORABLY known Establishment converted into n HARD-WARE STORE! THE undersigned bcps leave to Inform the public that he lias purchased of J. A. assignee of the late- firm of QoRDOX.hU entire stock of OE3C 3Et X> "STV H E! Which, with large riuantiltcs of Now Goods Constantly Being Received, are now ofTeml at the Old Stand offald flrra at the LOWEST POSS1DLK KIOUUK, FOR CAS n. N1.11KON Anlso.v, August C: TO FARMERS. I have several Wapnru, Double an J Single Uu R and I'hictor.3, Straw and Corn Shelters, fo sale cheap for cash, or which I will exchange for wheat, it from three to five cents per bushel above the mar he price. Al50, a. large assortment of Cooliing, I'arlor, and Box for sale upon like terms. SIMEON MILLS. Country Merchants mul Blacksmiths. Will find it to their ad vantage to examine my stock of Iron. Steel nd Ulacksrnith'Tooli. before pnrchaFinsfte inhere.__________________SIMKON MILLS. At (be Sign of the Big Teakettle, Erery variety of Tin and Copper Ware made and tej constantly on hand, (until eoM cheap for cash.) SIMKON MILLS STATE SO HI P. University Scrip, CnUntv, Town, and City ulvayj tak.'n In exchange fur at current SIMKON MILLS. FALL ELEVENTH SEMI-ANNUAL FALL AND WINTER AtJTos. 1 ond 2 Fairchlld's TnK undersigned, having for the last eleven years al ways kept on hand the heaviest and choicest assort- ment ot Goods are asaln in till! Hold with an unrivalled stock, which.in part consists of TARTAR CIOTII VALENCIAS MERINOS, PARAMETTAS POII.E W! CIIEVRES, WOOL DK LAINES, 5IOHAIR GOODS, BAYADKKE STRIPES, FIQ'DIDE LAINE 1'IG'D MKKINOS FIQ'D PAKAMETIAS MADONNA CLOTIIS.'j FAIRBAiMK'S At Manufiicturer'H prices. SCALES, SIMKON MILLS THREE-POTTRTHS PROFITS OP THE BUSINESS nivinr.n ANSCAT.I.T POLICY-HOLDiZRS. 13 TVALL STREET, NEW YORK. CASH ASSETS, July S-l LIABILITIES................. 37 1-1 O M CE O V A T I-I I S T. OFFICE, CARROL STRKET. Next door to the Baptist Church.1 JulyCdtf MADISON. suite Slrrcl. WISCONSIN. ARNOLD 1IOC1ITINO. P. B. 1ITJCHTINO. Practical Architect  ouflit in .Chicago or Milwankee. Van llerpen'a Block second door from Post Office. .Madison, Win. July 10, 1S63. d To Exclirtngea storeitnc one or three lots in the village of ton, Dane Co., for a and two lots in the City o Madison. Apply ia the office of Cntlcr, Ford .t Sabin ver the Post Office. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD Ami other Personal Property or JOHLX W. 1-ltJXT. DKCKASKD lierclor Riven, that by authority from th fl the County Court of Pane Ct unty. I will cffc for wle the llouMlnilJ and other IVrionaU'rop erty or Hoot, fit, private >ale. until th Mxth day fif March when I will for ralt- a PUBLIC AUCTION all of said firnTtaw? aid clh'r VT soFal property remtlciTip un-oltl at 10 o'clock on th mornlns of cam day, at the late residence of deceas> JCTTerms cash. DU HAY JJCNT For Special Administrate HREE HOT BKD FRAMES and 300 Slower Pots Jladlscn, CALVIN AIXSWORT J., ?cb. ISlb, fcblldtf Tho nitration of t'.i V.Iod to tho iV.'.owiat; fo community ii rosnortfully tnrfd in connection tbia Insririni; in Companv.tho mlrantacii3 f a Mnluarins-.ir.'inco Co'.npnny .ire obtained, with tho ilditlonal r.ilvuntncrf: ftfl'onk-.l In (ho security pivcn by n ample and ivHafole foaturo not ]iro- ontcil by ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, 'lie dlvlJendd to custonier.-, alicaily declared, aro as 'irst Division to Policy-Holdors, 1857, ccond ilo. do. do. 50 Third do. do. do. 1SC-3, 50 Fccr.rity plven, -which isalrcfjly l.irpc1. vill constantly IncreflPO with caph year of sncccssi'iil pcration Thi-i Is clearly in tho tatement, Fhou-turj the portion of tho Company lu ach year Eincc tho now odoptcd. iH- Is'A yet tlje 4ft lV.7 M .....SD5.C51 S-V Habmtle.-s..................... Inpntod Incnr no liabillly whatorcr, wLllo advantages cf gupcrior eecurity I. K. LAMPOr.T, Sre'y. T. HOPE, Prtl CTRUS Ass'l GFORGK P Agent, Madison, WIs., OOlce with Takely S: Tenney, U. S. Block.________________ Gr- Nurseries, Offfrx for sale of varieties suited to t.lc climate, TANDARD AVI'LES, of best proven KKDLTNO handsome trees ami very cheap. of ttic for tha Canton find limited Grounds. TANDAKD A US, cf the hardiest and l-ost sorts. "IF wf thr which aru known to succeed aa wilt usually boar in tiyo years Irom the time cf plant fine, thrifty of many excellent, varieties. 7HKUKY TRKKS, of well-proven, hardy CJIKKKIKS, of the Duke Morollo lianly. nnd ornamental. KAPK VlXiy, Delawarr, Concord, Ilartforil Northern Mn-cwlhic, Hclrtcca, the hardv older poitt. A'ruicoT. RKRBKIUIV. Rrit nnd White Untclr the now Enpli'h incli: iin- the Improvnl Kvcr- Omnpp, ar.d otbvr fine sorts. ri in variety, incla.linc Iloiktv and Albary. Mctoria, Giant, Lin- lanthcbertefall. DAHLIAS, TKDBKXAS. ITILOXKr, K VVRGUKENS. Nursery proirn with an abundance of fine moVwl HA w any trof. TURKS, SHRUBS :ind VJMW, in variety. P 4CK1NG in the Iwst manner to Insure sife carriage. Rail road facilities for sending in all :re Priced Catalogue fnt to all applicant? In- closing a staaip. ____ Rock Lake Vineyard Plurseries. rplIE PKOPltlETOR of thcie cxteniivc and well knoirn JL grounds wcuU rcspcctfal'y call the Mention f the public to his Urce ard choice vaikties of Orapes. Ilavin- th.' pauycar made sevtr.il new additions to hi counting in part ol th'- following varieties, of which he is prepared to send out fine, healthy plant- s thri following low rates: Delaware n 56 e.ichi Di.ina 7ac to I'.jbecca It Northern Muscadine 75c to {3; Coicord 7oc to JlartlorJ Prolific 76e to Logan fli Jo Ivalon SI; Marl on Port lllack Madtria 7Se; .10e to o o ALl'ACCAS, MOIIAIll, UE BMUIS FRENCH PUINTS FKKNC1I GINUIIAMS, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, BY THE MILLION. OU It T A IN M U S L 1 NS Damasks, V 3 10 to 25c. Pic VicWi i.i Mammoth and Strawlj-rry c to SOc, Sccd'ing o.c per   Juatuponthc Corner: There you'll find all kinds of Shoes, And Uoots that >nay stronger, Call In Cents and Without longer CASES Just received, which uro bdoR opened .ww rathur faster than they are sow, and which con- in ainonn the rwt, Uutton, Cloth and Patent leather. Oaitera, for Weather, Ladies and Misses Sorgo ami Kid Ike niters. Slippers, IJnskins, OJiildrcns I'at nt Lcathar, Ancle Tics, Heel Boots and Gaiters, Ac. PART 2nd. nrir: CORNER BOOT SHOE JSTOKE. SIIIU'H Fnrm. >f all the Hoot and Shoe Stores, fromC icnjjo .towards tlic west, D. Fuller's Boot and Shoe Store goes ahead of all thercst here's Boots and Shoes for every one, room enough for all, nd there's a general Invitation foi all the world to call Cnoncs; Come along, come along, make no delay, Come from every hnmlet, como from every way, Misses, Children, don't be afrnlO, Here arc Hoots and Shoes enough of every kind am grade. Ladies aaiters, from GO cenls to Slipiwm, from GO cenjfl to Men's Boots, from to Cliildrons Shoes, from cts. PART 3rd. MADISOOT. liluc, O, Madison, the gem of Wisconsin, The center of all that is fair, Remembered is each place and fond scene, By they sons, wherever they But thy wjlcncc surpasses thybcnutj, And to all that good workmanship gulta, Let them donate n part of their booty. To be encased In fuller's best Boots. CHORUS. To be encased In 1'uller'u best Roots, To be encased in 1'iiller'a bsat Boota. them donate a ptiat of their booty To stanil In some of Fuller's best Boots.; Anil tho fortunate owner when turning a corner, when le ground i.-i slipjtcry, ami hit thinks lie's a goner, wll and linn in hia boots and laugh at the Morro, for his boots icy are tight mid his feet they urc warm I'AUT WHERE TO FIND IT. tho GlorlouM Uunncr "nfurl the ndvcrtUcincnt anil let every body r'here boots and shoes and gaiters can bo purchased very low; i'hcre lad ins can find Slippers. Gents find Oxford Tics, t'herc little Lada and Misses may DudSliocs of every size. ClIOKCS: Then unfurl the- advertisement, le every body read, Tlie Store is on ttic Corner, and always takes the load, The Big Boot rises proudly the strife anddln, A pleasant Invitation for tho people to walk In. Work, >f every for Mens', lloya, Youths, 03, and Children's -.rear, AUIIANTKD IN KVKUY OASt Gobbling done neatly with despatch. 'LEATHER. A constant supply of father of all kinds constantly on and. Country ManuCi urora would do well to give my a all before pnrcliasingcl whero. Abo, Shoo iirushcn, Blncklnp Itrushes. IBM of the Big F. FULLHK Corner Main and King Street, Madison, Vr'I CAPJTAL HOUSE DRUG STORE! DR. WM. BOBBINS WISHES lo nfonn tho citizens of Jlaclli nnd rcsl'k-nu of Dane County, that he lias lltted up the store on Main Street, formerly occupied by Cook IJelden. Jewelers, niid next ilour but one to tlie Capital Houac, ft St..ro. Jlla Drugs, ItteiiEcincs ;uii! Perfumeries, lave rjcen selected with much care, and are of the CJIOf- 3KST QUAUTIia, nnd bo sold nt reasonaliln jirlccj invoices of them are from tlio first Wholesale Houses n tlie Union. Ills stock of VARNISHS COLORS Is various and complete. His stock of KcrOHonc Oil, CnmpTiencnnd Flnid, Is of the brat quality, nml such cannot help imt s'l ut fair prices, comprisinir some Teas, CofTccs, Suuai and Spices will also be kept for tho accommodation customers. A prime stock of Invoiced from reliable Importing liousea of Boston am be constantly on hand for medlclm purposes. trj' made up at all hours of the da and nlfiht. .Madison. WIs.. Nov. 13.1850. nov-JW Pictures for S5 Cents. PIIOTOGHAPHS. AMBKOTYPES. L E T T K.U T Y P F. S. All Pictures Durable Hoorn! In Wells' Block, over Mannings' Store. A. AMJKRT, (frcnch Artht.) DAOOBunris GOODS nt wholesale. ftug2W Ileal Kutite. 1. Jjiraber, for a Stock ol Oooda. Arfdreif B kosh, WUcon.ln. i j freo from smoke and smell, burns [In tho proper amp] with a BEAUTIFUL WHITE FLAME, i Cheaper thau any Other Oil 1m VMS ItWILi SOT EXPLODE Oil CATCH FIRE innny osslblo accident. Tlio following table shows tie amount required ID other rials to produce the same amount of light: )ac Gallon Coal Oil, 25 THE HARTFORD C O A L O I L ho Burulnc Oil manufactured by this Company much uperior to any Heretofore Offered. Gnltoim Buruliiu Fluid, 75 3-4 Sperm OH, 1 5O 2-3 trird Oil, 1 25 Vv'lmlo Oil, 1 3O 8 Ibit. 5O 5 Ib-.TiillovrCuinllca. 14 Accnt, R. K.FINDLAY, Wholesale and Retail Druggist, [Successor to Jno. 7 King-el, Madison, Wis., Jon. 0 1860. jantidlf U 00 4 4 58 3 OU OO O 3O FRIEND CBAWFORD, WJIOLKSAIK AND RETAIL .fl-EUCUAiVT TAILORS, JVo. O KinK Street, Mndimn, LRE now receiving direct from Importers nnd Manu- facturers their new FALL AND WINTER GOODS Consisting in part of FRENCH ENGLISH. BELGIAN nd AMERICAN Cloths, and Vestingc, They employ r all qualities, and choicest styles. THE BEST ME CHAN 1CSt And Ghall spare neither pains or expense to havo all sar- menu made by them, equal in style and workmanship to ny wlilch can bo obtained In the eastern cities. G-AINJES DE MOTT, n experienced cutter from New Yorlc, Ima charge of tho UlfSTOM- DEPARTMEXT, Ana they can tttsurc Uiose who desire Good Pitting Faah- onablc Garments, that their cutter 13 far superior any west of Now York. They havo now the largest and best stock of READY-MADE GLOTHiNG In tho Vest, which they liail expressly manufactured for hem, made in tin; Ijcst possible manner, and cut in the atest style, which they can and will sell at PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITION! Particular attention Is called to Uiclr Famishing Goods Department Which Is now full and complete. In every particular. SUPEKIOXFRENCIIYOKE SHIRTS The pattern of tneae shlrta Is new. Tho bodies, yokes, sleeves and hosoma nro formed to fit tuo person VfiUi cast) ana comfort They Iiavo a large supply of Silk, Casslmcrc nnd Wool -3? JS. For men nml boys, of all qualities nnd prices, also UM- IIKF.LLAS, TRUNKS. VALISES. CAllPET BA6S. They return their sincere Uianks to nil thclrolii friends and new, for their liberal patronage. They hope that by constant effort to please, nnil fair dealing they sbal merit u continuaucc of their favor. rilUISD i: CHAWEOBD ictober octlOdt M'ENGES BAHTELS, No. n, UNITED STATJES J3L'K Having purchased thcjentlrc stock of AND FANCY GOODS Or Mr.T M Dickinson, and up with We will offer 'great birftalns tj the public. Will be sold Bt NEW YORK COST, And the new ones at prices .to cult Uie times. CALL AXD JEXAMIWE. A. MKNQES, j. L. BARTELS, Formerly Dep ItankComp. Pormerly with Klanbcr A.Vi> M1SS1SSIP1-I OV TIME. _ On and after Monday February 20th, until further notice, drains will run aa LKAVE MADISOX, COINQ KAST. Madison Accomotlatlon....................... Mall and Day A M LKAVJ: MADISON, OOINO Accomodatkm............................... A M Mall and Day P M AHKIVK JfJIOM Tin: KAST. Accomodatlon................................ 1> M Mall and Uay PM AltlllVK 1'KOM T1IK WOiST. Mall ami AM Vccomodutlon................................ F M NEW AND SHORT ROUTE, PKOM A I) I S 0 S TO ftl I J, W U K IS E, VIA. Milwaukee, Watertown V. R K STAGES leave Moiltsoh fit C A. M-, conneetlnff with trains at Sun 1'rairlcfttij AM. Arrive nt aillffoukou M, fn time to connect with trains for Chfcago.tmd 1 pointn M. Also, nil pol nil polntfl l-istjWhlchlcarcgMUffauccat: Also, Iti time with the of the Detroit k Milwaukee nov2Cdtf. S. S. SunertntcnJen TJ1K OlllOIN OX SPKC1KS kby means of natunl to lection, By Darwin AN AKOTIOKOAT JOUHNKY, Hayes LKAVX9VBOM AN ACTOR'S NOIK A LIFB 8T11CGOI.K, liyllllsl'urdoc' A TJUP TO CDBA, by an. Howo' LUCY CKOfTON. by the author of tho Lain) at MoUn- TJIK STIf.L nOUIl, by Auston Pbelpl- TIIK KLKMENT3 OF PERSPECTIVJi, by HulVia TIIK LIFK OK OKN. SAM Dil.K, by Clalrkorne HIjTOllICAtKVIDENCKS, by JUwllnson. TJ1H KlVAljS. or the times of Hurr and lUmilton, by HOD Jcre Clemens. ANNA1. OK SCIENTIPIO K8COVEJIY, Ott YEAR BOOK OF FACTS. JIIEAMKIUCANOJinlSriAN KKCOKD. Juatrectlved-at 1II.IS8, EnEMIAKD i MSTNEB'S. fctZMtf Uookscller's No. 11, Klng-st. .1. S. Webster, HOUHC Sicn, Carriage, Ornamental PAINTER. Ac. CAioaiiaiNo lit TAinonsTINTS.'.' King Street, Ojrponitc the City Hotel, xVISCOXSIW. Keeps'constantly tin hand Mlxefl Palnu, Olla, Varnish- 33T. AtL OftOWW   

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