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Daily Argus (Newspaper) - March 31, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin ,MBB SUKB YOU'HK GO-AHKAD." BY CARPENTER TENNEY. MADISON, WIS. MAECB, VOLUME 1: KUMBEll 68. NEW YORK STORE lIK iu receipt of a nine out stock ol N'nw York and Boston. anil arc now pru- ji'irud to nj.y to their friends and tho public that limy h.ivu a stock of tfoods on hnnd Hint will as- tonish the people fur cheapness, and bwiuty of stjles. They mean prcoUely what they say. and having pur- cliaxi'ii tln-lr with eash, of. importers arc prepared not only to furnish artiele lii their line of busi- ness lit prices which defy competition. but lit the slime tlmu the very best in tin- market. Always happy to m-'u them, but more particularly at thin tune, an wo arc confident tliey will find onr goods mill priei'x not equaled by any oilier establishment in jMailison. or elsewhere in the west. Onr stock comprises the largest and choicest variety evorbrought to this place at any ouc time, consisting iu part follows: Cloths of every description. Heaver Folt, Labrador, Puti'r Sham, l-'iench. and American Broadcloths, Ulack Cassimerea, Fancy do. l-'reneh Doe- Hkin. American do. Satinets. Shuopn Gray, twilled and plain Jeans, all Wool anil Cotton SVarp Tweeds, KijiinulH. White, ISed and Vellnw. Woolen Cuilimere Hilk Brocade. Satin and Velvet do SILK CUTTO.N VELVETS, Sergesof every de-cription. Shirts, Collars. Drawers. Undershirts, It. Crav.its, Alp.xca Lustres, Delaines. Merinnes. IJom- I'oplins. Black figured and Changeable Silks. IlktclcSil k lace Veils. A IIKAVY ASSJOKTMRN'I' OP Muslins and Tickings. Handkerchiefs. Trimmings and .Kringes of every Shawls of every kind and Quality. Combs. Gloves, llcxiery, Bonnets, mid Con net Trimmings of various stvlcs. tl.it.1, Hoots. Shoes. Sic. ttc. MISCELLANEOUS. 1851. THE OLD 1851. Uw JhfiAlf BJA-WJEiVdMSj Is again filled with a Stock OF WHICH have huen purchased on terms that -will justify the Proprietors in suHtaining the reputa- ion their ustablishmout hasju.stly earned.ol beingas-if really is. the CHEAPEST STORE MISCELLANEOUS. Kvery department of their immeiihv trade is now itled to ruplntion wi111 all description.'! of M.-rchandise which the daily increasing wants of the country de- uand. uiiabling their customers to effect all tUeirpur- uuderonu roof, and at prices too. that Deiy Competition. They are now receiving. Ibs. American Tire assorted. 70UO Swedes 5000 KiiKlish 10.000 assortudfrom to Am'n sqirou. 10.000 >i to Sin. ft.COO Swedes round and squaie Am'n Swedes horse shoe u Norway Nail Rods. 3.000 assorted stake iron. l.'OOO Half round and oval wagoti iron. assorted liooji iron. 6.000 Band 1.000 best Kuftlishreflned cast steel. 1.000 American English 5.000 rhiladelphia and Ptttsbnrgh f.low ijtcel from 3 in. to 14 iu. wide'and every tbicknefs. 1.000 ;c spriiii; stoi.'l. Blacksmith's Tools. 12 Blacksmith's bellows, 28 to SOiuchos. 12 AnvilH. English, Atwriciin and 20 Smith'b vici-s. Colter. Araerican. lOc; Hammers. iic. 12 Kxtra screw 6 kegs Boras. Of every description, for gentlemen's wear, nlvuys on liand. ormade to order, when culled ior ,at enough to induce every in.in to buy suit. All wor] turned uut from ourux warranted to be done in a workmanlike manner. a-- to render it srvic able to the buyer. In fact, having on hand everything that may l-e ilu-ired in onr line, we will dispowof tin iianni at tho very lowest possible prices, for cash and such product' asca'i readily be disposed of again. As to the (pi nitity and variety of our goods, we do not wisk the public to take one report merely, but res- invite all to come to the Vork t'.nth Store and rxamine for themselves, and thereby learu the truch of our publication. S.KLAUBKR CO. Madison, October. my DONALDSONS TREDWAY Are now: receiving their stock o FALL WIXTftH GOOD rjno which they would invite tho attention of all those JL buying goods in this market, at WhoJvsnie ISctnzl. Our new stock this fall is much larger thun has ever been otferud in tliii market, ami priees aietu-.ucli reduced below our former low riiten. Our stock con- unending assortment ol'STAPLt. FANCY Tapestry, Three-ply. Unperllue and Fine Ingrana 150 Hich liay State Shawls, now styles. 100 Rich Cashmere, and litocha shawlf, new styles VOO p.s Ladies' Dresii (i-.iod-i. fiO Htieep's Uruysniid Satinets Krench liniadcloths. and Cajsimerep. Embroidered Muslin, Linen Pamask. Worsted Oauiank, MuM.-pskiu and Manilla Mats, Hearth lUigs, Window Shades, PAPTCU HANGINGS, Hatio and Table Covers. Rich Winter Kibbons Bonnets MiiITu, 1 1 ATS and CAPS. Shoes A FULL ASSORTMENT OK Farming: Utensils. Ittank Books Stationery, Paper. Carpenters' Sc Mnaons' Tools. TM ffQ- For Particulars call nnd examine goods nnd prices. N. DONALDSON. A.TRK.DWAY. Madison, Oct. 1851.______vSuSly WISCONSIN HOUSE. BY JOSEPH HALL. County, Wis. JJo pains willbo spared to render thishoase pleasant to travelers, good Stables are attached, nnd careful ostler arc always in attendance. Poto8i.Sept.17, 1850. W RIGHT if kldnnpplnir every TWJ one -wanting Groceries and Drop aw enn't help thtmnelvm. Chartered by an Act of tltr. Legislature of the Slate of Wisconsin. HAVING duly organized and complied with the re- quirements of tbeir charter and adopted the most approved system of Mutual 1 iisr.rancc. are now prepared to receive applications and issue policies of insurance upon d_wellint.; houses, shops.nnd other build- ings against lops or damage by fire. This company will in.snre no property in cities or exposed parts of villages. then-fora can never sustain a lariieloss from anyone fire which will enablethelii always to meetlohsesprornpt- ly.and muke it a safeaod reliable company to those in- sured. DJ.KTSCTOHS. I. J FARWF.I.L, SIMMON MILLS, M C DARLING, N B KUDY. A J WAUD. W N SKYMOUR, N W DKAN, K B DUAN.Jn., A F CADY, WJI C WKLLS, DAVID ATWOOD. K G T1BB1TS. B F HOPKINS OFFICERS. SIMKON MILLS, President, N U KDDY, Vice President, B F IIOPK'INS. Se.cri-t.iry. L J n4Sly N B Apply to the Tflegrnph Office n MILWAU-KKli Sc MISHISH1PPI RAIL leave Milwaukee twice daily for Waukesha. at 7 15 A M ,and-1.10 P. M. Ueturuing.luuvc Wauke.shaat A. M..jind7 P.M. MICHIGAN CKNTRAL RAILROAD LINK BOATS every morning ut 7 o'clock for the South and Kast. 12 Hitte bands assorted 24 Gun cocks. 2olbs. Brass uiouutiugn. 1'i Gun ribs. 2-1 UackactionlockB. 36 Bullet moulds, fluishod and rough-. 1 Gross gun nipples. 24 Assorted aize powder Busks. 24 Shot Poucheu. Percussion caps, Gun wads. CARl'liNTEH'S JOINERS T60LS 30 SeLt bench planes. I5oub. Iron. i-i match planes from in to 2 in. Beads. Centre Astragals. Ske-w Rabbetts. Side do., Square Jack Tlabbe.tts.Plows, F.bony, Solid, BoxandBiiech. Dodos, l-'illisters. Coping. Hol- lows and Bills.Grecian Ogees, Hase Planes, and Jack Mouldings. P.-ntne! and slitting Gugues, Tooth I'lttmiK. and Table do Sliding Bevels. Uroa.l Axes. Hand do.. Claw Hatchote. ttnS Lathing do..Solid C. S. Hammers. Box Cfjiselt. Crrrpeii- ter's do. Socket Chisels. Corner Slick's Ca-t Steel Carpenter's Aug'-rs.Jcc..Stc. UOOPJOlfS TOOKS. of every description. CA1UNKT Also Wheelwrighf.-tools. Farming Implesnents 10 S, A Millard'sgrass HcythoK. 10 Grain 10 Brush 12 pat. anathe, brass tipped 12 Hull 12 Common 50 Morgan DlanchurdVgratii craiHus. 23 Hay. straw and tuauu'-'v" foticjj, 100 Knkes-. 20 Corn. Grub, and Garden 20 Anics'shovels, (litolicm. 5 Casks log and Coil chains, all siscen. Hay and straw knives, halter and tra-ne chains. Plows, wagons, 5 doa Cottaso locks and latches, mineral knobs. 5 Villa Koarly plated fi 5 5 10 o 5 2 tniueral 1000 SKAMLKiDS BAGS for by DOLALBSON fc. People's Sitop latches, Plain Deadlocks.assorted Plato Carpenter's iron rifn lockn, Storo dooi locks, assorted. Padlocks, trunk cupboard, till, locks, of every description and price. Huntington Badger's celebrated thninb latch with lever stop.for kitchou doors. Brass, wrought and cant iron door nud window blind butts of all sizes, hat and coat hooks. See. Our assortment of trimmings is complete, arid was purchased exclusively of tho manufacturers, which en- blesus toscllat aitonishitig low prices. 100 Boxes McCully's Pittsburgh glassfrom SxlOto 18x24. 000 Ki.-gs Old Colony. Parker Mills and Ragle nails. 25 Od.8d.10d .V.12d wrought 20 8.10. Sc 12 fiuishins These goods sro but n small portion of what wo have on hade, but space in wanting to onumorate them all ano whatever is inquired for. which we have noc, that the country requires, shall bo obtained if money will purchase it. as we arc-determined to spare no labor, in assisting to make Madison a place whore every kind ot a mechanical tool can bo found, and sold too, at pricen which none can justly cnmptain of. for CASH AND HEADY PAY. T1BB1TS. GOUDON CO. Jnne 1851. 441j CHAUIS, CHAIRH.forsaleby DONALDSON k TREADWAY. S HKLF HARD-WARE A line assortment for sa by DONALDSON THKDWAY 5 MOUSE HULiK Anvils, t American Cunt Anvi 6 English Com. Auviln, ibis day.arrived at thn old Corner Store, TIBJJJTS GORDON, D OOR MATS, a -very largo AMOrtment of Allicant Manilla, Corn Husk. Onto, Jenny Lind, Cocoa, and ior nle by DO.SALD10K k TRKOWAT, Fresh Itaportation FAIBCHILD'SrCASH STORE. TMIK Subscriber its just receiving and keeps ooiistant- ly on hand an extensire of Mowinit Bitte. Klowing tJianite, White- Iron Stone. Linlit Dark Burbou Sprig. Blue Common Ware, At all timep. In abore. I keej-oontant- >.y tin hand a large Stock of Looking Knives.iud Forkn, Truys S; Waitert.. Britannia 7'cu and Pots. Side. Suspend ing I'urlor, ChuiiA. and Cnnipiiinv CARPENTER Editors. 1 Has: Sin-rle During Session, bingle subscriber.... Square, one inser- SO One Square durinir A very liberal iscount from the cbove terms to yearly advert iters. AdvertiBCNH-iits should be lianded in a as 9 o'clock A. THOMAS liOOJD, COUNSELLOR and nHonicy. Oflicrat his residence on Mornsbtrcet. Mudit-on, Witcounin. LAMPS, German silver an-i Plated 'I'ulle. 'j'va. Sjilt Mustard Spoons, SnuCfers .nad Trajf. Castors, Uritauuia, and Japan China, Earthen and Gfiass Vases,
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