Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - June 30, 1855, Madison, Wisconsin 9. liT i A I ii I jj VOLUME DANE JUNE THE WISCONSIN S. 8. ASU Low I. IS TimiD 1'I.NKNKi' Tin will every nl osii AND tn When to Tiro DOI I CT urn DOM MID annum In ml M Katta of One column pi r onu oue wi fhe 00 r JO 00 00 10 00 G 00 200 1 00 C 00 4: In Choice hn In 11YUON 1IOWTSX. If at the Into of of W. 1853. M. NTV Court S. X CO. lie -n Wbc 3lmlbon, DONALDSON Pry nml nml M. Dealer 1uCroerru< nml nearly opposite In 1'cnx', ic t 1'nncr, In Pry fi Woort ATWOOD AS a. J. r. H. No. A. Office t III nil of i nml noon ft 1IOTKIA lii UUUu In tt MT. A HOYS J mul nl J. O. IIMS no In ovor 1-. i uml j Attorns t nl nml In Clinn ry M Will promptly nil JUNE 23. Tho Allica o rectified one ot their blunders and have token measures to cut ofT supplies from which should have tho first to in ft regular The great mistake of tho All its at first iras an overweening confidence in nnd an underestimate of thoir but now the tables are turned and Allies manifest moro while tho sians confidence in tho strength of their to bo more Tho ar- ray sent to fortify which stands on the strait connecting tho sea of Azof with tho found that city in tho hands of tho a low incalculable to tho but a corresponding gain to their remain fn which Trill a tendency to increase confidence and give a stability to On tho whole wo think that tho prospects of the in a military point of aro im- while diplomatically the have been ed. When it will bo ft fruitless Tlw obstinacy of its the skill and bravery there given to tho wot Id a of power of the Crimea whilo in the hands of the Russians granary of but in the hands Thc Relative value of Eastern and Our arc from tho facts of tho Allies it will bo of no it negative sanico The force a laud otherwise tho possession of this sea port would bo Vienna conference his dose not consider herself bound by her because she considers that has not acceded to reasonable Present prospects would seem to indicate that ho war in to bo Tho moro than at first seems been and the initial point of tho is now osl to England and Franco are not fov any right involved tho ioa but tor lira i i vt MM In Cluin In Uwc C i thu 101, S. V. In to tho abolishment of capital in this or in any other for Ivit wo think that there can be but OHO ninong thinking A species of teems to taken ion nf some in so much tint all their extends only unfortunate of but makes no to ameliorate the condition of tho honest does not hang the and pleads hia en o with but tho without the mics of lifo often driven to dishonor and to sec in o tho to keep and lind no room in their a great nnd o visited but a ml he tho tho sick and the ed. cannot bo successfully nl the fear punishment many rom tlie commission of In regard to Jio murder of Algor between nd the n revolting and horrid murder and Tii bo in iv open within so shoi t a cd nnd so near inhabited And for tho almost a fiend in tho which we have presented on the that for tho last three there has been a rapid appreciation in the value of the of roads of the frost iu tho New York that of tho Illinois Central taking the casting around for desirable have had their attention turned more than ovor to the linos of railroad that pierce tho heart of tho great and the more thoy learn of their present business and of their future the moro thoy are disposed to invest their ey in There is at the same time a rapid transfer of tho stocks of some of the leading Eastern but a is manifested for those of tho Tho infallible a r more rapid rise in value determines this Herein the capitalists exhibit their usual though it is doubtful whether or perhaps any considerable portion of fully upon how solid a 3o.sis, their conclusions There is ing fanciful in this sudden appreciation of Western railroad The present iness of the roads fully warrants tho credit which their stocks If a fair and reasonable estimate were made of their they would rise to a higher than they now command in the Thoro tiro few of the roads that pay such dividends as strongly to tempt capitalists to invest in Their iu all has been moat of them aro burdened with heavy some of them have suffered in credit and value by extensive and thoir owing partly to great competion between rival does not increase enough to promise soon to fiee them from We speak in general and of course do not mean to siy that some of the enstein lines are not in a very ous But ara the roads at the or in any other portion of the that can compare in present prosperity and ture prospects with the lines along the Trial of Juno 21. In the Court Judge Sloan the of the appealed liquor cases The cases in- clude a number of liquor Tho first caae is that of Lewis llico of the American He ia defended iby Goodrich and S. nent wha are contesting every inch of June 21 Tho Clinton Cotton Dutches was destroyed by fire Tuesday A. Loss June 21. Tho immense Laurel Hill factory in George waa destroyed b flie last about hands were thrown out of Juno 21. Bids for tho arc now rates bids range from 115alI9 1-2. The first bid offered was tA 118119. N. 21. Tho newspaper with of John L. were burned this A. M. Loss heavy and smal June 21. navy retiring board assembled Com. Shurbrick ia tions from the of the Navy ing tho mode of examining were received MONDAY JUNE 25. and The with closed proceedings held The board will bo in session six weeks by The Navy Department received this A M. a box of piratical flags captured by Lieut. from Turks sunk by him in JEast Sidney the Secretary has returned from a long absence on tks Juno 21. Tho Asia arrived here about Halifax despatches says is but tle news except the southern of Lake the from dated Sebastopol sum of iix h. form of who host boon with lus orm o Ins been found and brutally of Ci But to so Ionia j inanity shocked at its rev. tho if com i. our 5, a. A. i A. Wis R. tfu M 1 In mil of ibo M H- H. Iu unit V. ami ic Mul ARCHITECT CIVIL nil of imp the ot of I out Public ito Mr him with tin Ir it u. within the walls of a i natural and nnd ry brought about the ment of tho death Sinco that Northern n U to nil who imf No. 15, 1'lwf J. Co. I. fr If J. Oov A. Simeon A. A. 0. C. rly ki by V. home H of mwl no In n to and especially highest 1ms on tho Tho of this as tho cd in a vc casualty had with upon this some time arc proofs of tht Is there not something in tho details of this for legislatures to think they aro discharging their duty ET During a late journey through this and adjoining we noticed in the crops of nil although the late leather has retarded tho growth of With this all kinds of crops giving promise of a bountiful present state of t in -n Ul maintain at present if not d and will tend to make tho valley of tho D. has ly returned from a trip through sin and He reports tho country as and provisions Wo fear that thoro is suffering in store for those emigrants w ho j cached there too late to put m After all' wo cannot see why people piM by good Una which can be bought for a mere to push way into tho wilderness to run tho rUk of orn Michigan and Not them tho and the vast network of toads which oiu noble State in ery They aie not in and will From then until the two eastern lines terminating in our and those in our own Stato which converge to a cus have been under tho most I and their finances are in a hopeful They lie un- der no indebtedness to their resources and cripple their .is do many of the roada at tho East. Thoir cost has been but a ti ifie over half of that of the generality of eastern and tho cost of lunning and the wear and tear of rails and lolling aro The great value of our western especially those of cur own lies in tho in the immense ness which is yet to be and to which tho can ict a Numerous as tkey are and much more numerous as they will there is no clangor that such a rivalry will spring up between parallel lines as to detract from their will be enough for When ten years moro shall have wrought their destined changes over the of the Prairie and to light the manifold riches which beneath the when now uC and tido of to market over our J i a vastly to bo borne which fire of yesterday was kept up with the greatest six o'clock this evening the carried the whole works and tho Tho of the Times writes that the newb of the entrance of tho lied into Sea of has a gi eat sensation at St clip the following from last week's St. Paul ia no that our less favored down in the swamps of jealous of wonder that they should seek to poison the mind of tho emigrant as to our true for they plainly that the exodus from their own Stato is at once a in there will not bo them left to sympathise with their You lying All the favor God has bestowed upon you ovor that you are sixty miles above good at dry seasons of the Not a left sir over acres of land were ed in this the last two by new settlers I Without will you please to match figures with That's the sensible way of doing and P. S. If any St. Paul papers eomo out that are not grieving every day about I being at like a CourM Soft Wo consider it a duty we owe to our readers as well aa to to keep all private an of tho columns ot our paper consequently we acted this prin tut when an attack M tht fallowing finds its way into the columns o another entirely unprovoked on our but on ths disproved by a course perfect good feeling the vituperous au thor of the we feel certain that th public will say amen to tha severest Tho following is the article we refer which in the of the 22d Patriot continues its pigmy by falsehood and indirection on ths Rev. the former editor of the Capital Mr. ia in way i and therefore can have no sympathy with tho coarse hand Patriot which less fcr state of Mr. N will survive these attacks we and tho in the public Tho facts of the case are The Patriot upon look at Crosse Dem. ly rip mwl wilt flml nml somo ono ever to to U. S. 1VIS. he tr nro Invited to Ifl tlin of tho bo to render l ii that no l T. nnd of m Hardwire vt S. H Vox of hU door to the Luku April 3d. er figure in Chicago Democratic THE OF sea of now in the power of the is about 225 miles and 110 miles ia its broadest part. It is very shallow in its greatest not having more than 7 oms its shores are low and and that on the west is It in excellent on the east extremity of this is tho largest town on it shores it is strongly ith a population of It d by Peter the Great in 1698. Prom s position at the mouth of the it is place of great and it exports to all ic ports of Europe a large amount ot and hould this city also fall into tho power of ic French and it will bo a blc and will exert a strong in favor of an early og was ono of the first settlements made PROSPECT week many of the farmers in this vicinity were dis- about the probable failure to some winter wheat and corn but so and tho it conclusion that their tho prospect n' crops of all kinds will bo at least a ago that dees not continue ita Rev. Mr. states the which ought not to be any upon tho but these being mado ter the retirement af Mr. N. from tho chair shows tho of tho falsehood in every way nnd therefore will not feel in any manner obliged to you for disgracing him by attempting his A clergyman seeking tho A tenth wonder bo given tho wo presume that tho sympathy between tho two entirely from tho that tho aforesaid man camo out with hearty endorsement of then went out of the paper like a before he could bo But whole of the in the words of the How that lip moat have curled iu at the sight of that word and how his artificially en locks must iu disgust at tho idea and how his soft un- used to honest or to honest must have shrunk from of such a For ths sou of As to the charge of being a wo do uot with all our we ted eo puerile an act as to go into spasms of sentimental a faded Locust irad place iu BO a light that ono of our intimate lends wis obliged to parody it into the in order to save our reputation for sanity beforo tho public but as it is a le sin to write we are half inclined to try oiu on some kind of how out effort would compare by tho Vido of two already given tho public iVo think that an rould meet with an extensive Wo that wo are too juvenile to be obliged to our on account of certain unpleasant occurrences being about to lee the which would require to be hushed Still we da not wonder tho aforesaid or for already ho has ry extreme between virtue was in his and between every extreme of until no that with his of both aides of every opinion in the IB himself A man who has been rything in may consider himself in and a man who has in morals as he may well consider himself old n As to the charge of binj wo glory in it. We and we much rather be rough-handed and than to be a brainless libel on In ing contagion of walking advertisement of the the jeweler and the beautiful but Inside full of all manner of It ia but a dastardly snobbish strain after aristocracy that places a man's it solely on his personal narrow wholly unworthy a democratic com- If we are again obliged to do thing of this wo shall invoke tho aid of tho of a SOB of the Author of Wealth and excentric 3d, 1855. A few William W. one of the sons of died in his hotel of the Rue Saint Saint leaving the whole of hia immense above to a at on some hundred pounds a The will contained a few among them one to his lei bequeathed to a This acy was too linked with the other provisions of the will for tho heir to think of disturbing as you these mortuary commands aro liko Prince drop in their intimate But the woman had a pair of horses and a carriage in Mr. Hope's lived maritally alleged been given her by aud which were shown to have been used by her none but aud to have been con- stantly at her Tho heir suit to recover thoy wero worth at the Mr. Hope was ona one of the martyrs of lie fortunately was damned to none of those men's dis- tho gout and but he not escape the curse of His only resource to kill ho had not much to died only 52 yeari was cards he spent every season at sitting at its tapis and leaving never less than and 2850, to the His table was sold re- and all hia other personal effects are advertised as on His with the exception of tho hotels as the is ust the building has cost ion of is the finest in and s the most expensively He enlarged it when he purchased it yeara ago from tho Spanish who used it as their 3e lived there alone with his waited by thirty and ng but few visitors besides a well known ard nicknamed Lc who .ad the reputation of being the best frightful incident shows how more ferocious nan become than a when hia passions aro let loose by In tho summer of this wards of a thousand of an Arab tribe iu by ap inlet of their with burning Tho Akbar of describing thoir retreat and pursuit to a huge proceeds to stato of things continued till the night of the 10th, losing all and having no longer a hope of otherwise these nucleus of revolt in the fire and rendered During the the cries the wretches who were being suffocated were and then heard Ibut the This silence the troops en- tered and found one thousand dead bodies about ono hundred fifty who breathed were bi ought into the fresh but died soon Ju we could not accurately count the heaped one above nor the infants at the who almost entirely concealed by their mother's On the 23d wo were obliged to shift our having been driven away from the neighborhood of tho caves by tho infectious and we have abandoned tho place to tho who have been flying round tho and which we can sec from ment carrying away of human This act was condemned at the time ore of extraordinary barbarity by the En- glish and disgraceful to a but the London Glebe docs not now to say it is to be hoped ho will hit upon some equally decisive means tx terminating defenders of India Cotton mid wool nil from 2-t tu 10- X wldo tOO K 6 IS T rOK WO largo ami commodious Front Offices with counsel rooms aro for rent in the Stoio on King street opposite tho ison of M. Occupant of said December 2ith, Supreme Couri ncd until Tuesday on of the ure of the lawyers to wUen they will commence leading tho beginning with the 1st it tho lawyers arc not ready tho Court will adjourn until 150-Tlw Editor of tho has been tho Lager beer He mt the Milwaukee beer is held in the highest both at homo and 8000 already been and tho whole unt in that city annually exceeds in Quito an item 52T Wo that S. K. Fox the ornor lot near Staines and intends building a mammoth as hia accommodations aae getting to be too are the best commentary on the thrift and growth of il- PRESCOTT LAND r. V. In Bit Land on for Me. T. 0. K. M. I t We shall to the soft handed and who does the ng of tho on TO HE A bio lady in NOTT York of tho olden time speaking of the influence first won her heart to paid field was so cheerful that it tempted her t be a Or Wo haye first number th Superior published at Superiority Douglass by Ashton It is remarkably neat looking it so riehl y tho Hessians on no Mediterranean tho seats of spirit may hover in the air that we The depths of our most solitude may bo produced by the Our and our may be marked by tho In our the as wo call may be with In our banquets they may sit at tho and the chill breath of the night wind may bear a messenger that senses receive from lips that have once fondly talked with Eugene Cincinnati beautiful young Times says a very who was crossing said an old tho other to her family can you tell mo how it is some children arc born why re- tho it is owing to the fact hat they come into the world without the ower of La me exclaimed the old now ust see what it is to have a physio 1'vo naked my old man more than hundred times that same and all could get out of him thoy Well I'm glad I axed for I never hould a died satisfied without knowing from that city to dropped her handkerchief overboard about twenty yards from the Kentucky A young a sprang into the water nd rescued the floating The was the young leman felt himself amply repaid for his DIVIDEND OP Tim MICHIGAN Michigan Central road has a dividend of 4 per cent payable July 17. The receipts of the pear about and the ex- penses and interest of 6 per cent in stock has already paid of the and now 4 per cont is By transposition of the the Star in tho west once out tho singular Bats in the By a simular ol some mischievous printer's the motto of the U Banner made la the Wmo of OUT we have upset v In lifo wo shall many men are iome men that are but very few men that aro both groat anc young man was by his father to vote for lot He promised to do and soon after received a bonus to vote for Mr. His at his voting tor man whom ho deemed in- his reason for doing said tho told me to vote for and if Peck it not a I don't know what thus describes Right the great north-east sends uj evermore his gray binded dawn from birds here and with short deep salute the coming sun. Stars fade street lamps of the city of Tho my brothers wide its portals for the levee o Great High An editor in Missouri announce publication of hia paper will b suspended for six in order that h visit with a- load of oak pick led which he haa taken fo bound to raise th TIIE OB St. We ip tbo following from an exchange and a the imported seeds wero d in our last not to bo a by Par. Ho mado his fortune m Mexico at wonts nd tho and it is said Mr. Hope to hia estate sinco rst they commenced studying the Book f kings The house ho lives in worth for it has an im- filled with avenues of fine Id as many fountains and statues Versailles and a splendid The is in with the hotel and it cost The salons aro second and can con- aiu they aro oo lavishingly adorned the ceiling is lost and they re lighted by twenty of gilt each of which cost and re filled with the rarest Japan and ese some having cost 500 the the staircase ia not ed except at one of the a service of Severs gold and which cost the ante chambers and are hung with old and with guilt In a lain and carving meet the eyo Tho suite of salons the master had not seen since 1848! He lived on tho ground Tn all this princely sion there was but one it was on the ground and decorated with tal It looked on the garden into the Who is there in Paris that can afford to indulge himself with a house costing a rent of an- BLOWN have been favored with copious ers almost every day the last On Tuesday evening w c had a very heavy shower accompanied by a violent wind and some which did considerable a few miles north and cast of on tho west side of the vrest built by had tho roof blown entirely off and the scattered in ail Somo small buildings and fences in the wore blown In tho north of Elk Grove tho roof was torn off from B. brick and all tho windows on oue side smashed a new frame house belonging to 3Ir. Benedict completely a largo barn vas blown and considerable heavy ber felled in tho neighborhood of John do not hear of damage to nnd planted by Prof. J. Y. nnd D. we ope will be successful in thair to ato this new article of food for and t the recent Importation of seeds from were those of the Carob the when few of substance resembling From thw it is that tree with the ono on which St. John fed while ID and hence is called St. twice a the nd of on the first of and bout tha middle of when well to a considerable height and to such degree as to have a circumference of from 200 to 800 and ng upward of a ton of Young only i year often have stems eight or ton inches with branches ten or twelve long. horses and mulei devour tho pods with great and if well fed upon will be- ome extremely or in good condition to will succeed well in the and perhaps in the middle Real During the week ending June 20th, worth of real passed into the hands of new The sales to residents reach nearly the same The sales have eoah Sack facts as these are the best rebuke to tho JOtty jealousy of miserable little towns who pr to equal Madison in us in for we challenge the S. K. Fox tell the Match reading public just enough to whet their curiosity to see the and if they do call they will that the half bos not been David Holt slso announces a Jot of new Music nnd which he proposes to almost give Co. averring that although peace is at war is inevitable war on high Thoy have filled their store to its utmost with groceries of all kinds which are warranted to Lo Potit will an exhibition of his j onr citizens with musical press of they hare gone and we think that we hazard no- U omitted to tho launch of another large from tho Improvement Company's docks in J. the and she ia a fine She has been dropped down to the dock of the Howard Foundry to receive her we will be ready for tho river as a tug in five or six weeks Adv. SHOOTING within our both in the woods and in our as they aro at this eaw several sportsmen coming in from the woods on Tuesday morning and informed that tho smallest number of pigeons killed by any one man was 84. They were ly all young and very and can be bought at half tho paid for Bay The Town of The site of the town of Superior is ono of the most beautiful in tho It is elevated above tho Bay of Superior four at is partly covered with a fine growth of and but these ara rapidly beforo the vigorous strides of civilization and The to Minnesota is about a mile in and forms a most ex- being fifteen feet of water the which is more than sufficient to admit the tho lake Tho prospect from the town is you ara locking toward the north of and beforo you is stretched the Bay of formed by a projection or tongue of anniG or four miles tapering into he and lying with This is with growth of tall at this is occupied by a band of Chippewa who live in their quaint little con- of boughs The ight bark canoes arc continually skipping across tho and the Mackinaw boats arc plying n all directions on their business nd This beautiful bay is for tho sports of yachting and To the over Minnesota stretches the broad expanse of Lake To the north and west in all its beauty aud tho Minnesota some twelve or hundred casting its deep shadows into the a and varied the Imagine this view with the various tintings of early of of bright of departing of calm ov tempest and one then has but a slight and dreamy idea of the real beauties of the view from The attractions of the are frequently heightened by tho phenomena of which at gives us tho north and south high above the lino of 'the lingers with curiosity and der on the varying outline of the beautiful Monday the sail boat containing tho mail for the different on tho Bay be- tween this city and Bay da was capsized near Long Tail and the mail Diligent search has been made it ia wrong to swear as yon do you do it replied tho understood that a man may oat of jail in thirty I want to see if it can't bo done in I am going to set up all night and do my Murderer June 18. Tho notorious v con- in the County of tho murder of Timothy was this afternoon to be hung on the of August But at the conclusion of her tho commended her soul to God's sho told him he had better pray for his own and declaring was tho victim of a political which was calculated to Sho was about to speak when her sel desired her to remain about to Ihe court she turned and pointing her finger towards Judge and the Judge of Judges be your ex- was manifested by the spectators during the time in passing tho The Alleged June 19. The recently carried into bile by the cutter for concerned in is a forfeit the revenue laws of the United States with all her Colt's pounds fixed a brass field and n quantity of other military The 3d section of the act of April 20, vides that a vessel leaving port of United as she with a fraudulent clearence as to her arid errand as with her be one half to go tho informer and those concerned are liable also to a fine of HYDROPHOBIA Mr. of for so far without j that wo have not Advocates last week's issue to supply the place in cases of persons bitten by has healed more than four hundred cases with muriate of not ono had any symptoms of at A. chine lor manufacturing of wooden is soon created oa the power at It is od that 'the establishment will 100 -A few would soon make a large city of our beau- Bay Adv.