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Daily Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - November 28, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin S. HJ CAHPElJTEE. YOLUME 1. MI i TERMS w One column', per year, One column, months, oriecolumn, ilnif column, per year, 10i00 Quarter column, per yeai 8iOO i Sne per Business 75 squaw, one O-XJrST SI3EO3 Pinckney Street, Madison, Wis GEO. E. M" ANUFACTURERS of the renowned, Gainjng Twist Rifles, and dealers m, Dou-, ble' and Single Barrelled Shot Guns, COLT'S REVOLVERS, Allen's Pistols, Bald- win's elastic indented GUP. Wadding, JSleys anu- Sv6 water-proof ahd back action Looks, Shot'Pouches, 'Powder Flasks, Be ts v_ _" -fc-r. i __ Hnllei MADISON, WISCONSIN, 'SgyEMfflJig. HHELS tw, new, uud jol. departments Wad Uutters, puppies, Wrenches, Moulds Spoon Hooks, Worms Also all kinds of AMMUNITION of the best quality. N B attention paid to jobbing. All work-warranted, and done whetf (promised Postmaster Attorn-y Speaker of the United CoUrt. Chief L Associate LeFEVRE GREENE No. 8 1, Bast Water St., MILWAUKEE DEALERS IS AU. KltfBB Shelf and Heavy Hardware AK1> AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. DESIRE to call the attrition of Merchants to their well selected fc-tock of Goods in the atone hues, and an examination of Goods and Prices when in our city. MECHANICS ill find full stocks of the best brands of Tools: V J" V 1 WantedJorCash. HAVING erected a Warehouse opposite the Railroad Depot, for the reception of Gram, we ate prepared1 to pay MILWAUKEE PWCES For all kinds of Grain, freight 1 wijl ontract for the entire crop with any of our Far mers wishing to do so. _. 1 wduTd particularly call the attention of all our IFarmers haying fine, qualities of White Wheat, to call on selling elsewhere. 1 hivve a large Flouring Mill in Milwaukee and want the best Wheat to griiuL I am determined to make it an object to all having WHEAO? OR OTHER GRAINS To sell, to call on mebeforedis other party. Madison, August 26, Io54. New Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE THE SIGN OF1 THE PADLOCK, THREE DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE. MOBKIS MADISON, WISCONSIN. Whalesale and Betail Dealer IN American, English and German Hardware, Saddlery, Harness and Carriage trupmings, Iron, Steel, Glass, Nails, Is now receiving one of the largest and most com- plete stocks of Goods in his line, eyer offered in PerrAnnumy in Advance. 'BITTERS! Containing neither nor AND ONE ONE OF THE BES1V--- And Safest Remedies yet following diseases, arising from on iupropw wr- don of the Liver and Kidneys, ;i Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, L- ChUl Fever, Diarrhea, Low Intermittent, and Dysentery, Remittent, Jauridtce, Indigestion, Debility, 8 Weaknesses, For the latter it is one of the best and vlnll-3m S. II. TITUS, Architect, .Civil Engineer, JOHN CAKTOTS, VUTEK V. DANIj, S BISON, K01VBKT C. GRIKIl, BENJAMIN R. CTJKTISS. State Officers. ovM Mortising An fee., Which ve will dispose of at fair rates. Attends ,to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Specifications, and superintending the erection of b'ttildings, Engineering, Sarv eying lay- irig out Cemeteries, Public'and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings every description. -T His experience in alltlieabovebranches.inNew York, Crnoinnatti and other places, warrants him in guaranteeing entire satis faction-to all who may favor him [with their patronage; MAY BEFOTOTJ AT THE :OKICB OT L. J. FATWB1L, MADISON WISCONSIN. Amon" hisi riumerou8 references in various parts of the is permitted to name the fpllow- ing in'Madison the West. Having superior facilities for dealing with the most extensive Hardware merchants in the East, and purchasing his American Goods directly from the Manufacturers, at the Lowest Cash Prices, he is enabled tp otter Country Farmers, and Goods at the lowest Eastern prices, with difference of transportation, His stock will embraca a complete assortment Agricultural and Horticultural Imple- ments, All of thte best make, together with a very large vlnlTyl Impo'ter. o T9, EAST WATER STREET. MILWAUKEE. ii EDWIN D. BAKER IMPORTEH8 AND WH01E8ALE DBAUBB8 IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars; of a zx x m sac a t 9En.t Street, We offer Harrows, Cultivators, Hoes, Corn 'Shelters and Crackers, Hay find_Straw Cutters', Seed Sowers, Churns and other imple- ments. We mean to make ours the Agricultural Tool Store of ther State. r. State Prison Judaea of the Supreme Court. Manufacturers of all kinds of Wire Screenery. Orders respectfully BiBLAPLAIS BURDICK, I A. A. BIRD. Circuit I-.1AMES R. BOOL1TTLE. 'JIiUj. H.LAHUABEK 0. 110WJ3. oTo-BiJCK: oo., MANIIFACTUKEIIS'AXT) DEALERS IN Furitture Cabinet Ware, c H A ins, BOOTS AND immense assort- ment, among which ,found Men s boots shoes, Congress gaiters, bobtces, embroi- dered Ladies' French- gaiters, ana half garters, French kid slips, buskins, Misses gaiters and Buskins-pf all children's shoes TREDWAY. II I T E G'O'O Such as Bishop ..T T Lawns, Spot- ted Swissi Barred Cambrics, Linen, Lawn, Linen V. S. 11KNIVY DODOK, of Iowa county. ISAAC r WAUvUK, of Milwaukee. U. S. Hcprcsiemtat3vc. 1 -DANIEL WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. C. KASTMAN, of Plntteville. Si-John B. MAOY. of du Lac. State Agricultural Society. UPHOLSTERY, hiuatan of Amer. increased the above firm-by the ael- "ditiori of'two skillful and expenenced Me- chanics, we shall be prepared to manilfacture to order any style of Cabinet Ware, and, Chairs of- Ticc iVSiSVcAOT, MARK MIMiEB, OrUcl HUJ every variety of style and n f1 K TTff C. c C.SHURCH, WM.HAWLEY. C. C. CHURCH, General Agent. Madison, Oct. 11, _ Just received and lor sale cheap, a; large quan BARRELS RAGS DONALDSON of County P. ATWOOp. Clerk BM G WILUCT S. MA.IN. DTJMM1N 0. Att'v 8AM sirveyw-lU BABBITT. BISHOP. WHOLESALE Furntore Establishment, ,BANCEOFT, Corner lieach and Lincoln Streete, OVER THE WOKCE3TEB BAILKOAD PA89BNGEB, DEPOT, WHOLESALE DEALERS Iii 'all' the most fashionable 'styles of rURNITURE, WHICH they are sending into all posts cu uip United States, South America, and the Is- lands of the Pacific. Also, Manufacturers of the BOOTS; AND Cheap, at sale vlnl No. He is also Agent for, and will keep constantly on hand, Gould's Patent Soring Machines with Augurs and Chisels Sanderson Co.'s Celebrated Bench Planes. Those in want of House IVimmmgs and Builders Hardware, are invited to call and examine Ins BLACKSMITHS will always.find him well sup- Blied with Iron of .all kinds, Horse Shoes, Horse Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Ground Wagon Boxes, with a tall sbrtinent of Blacksmiths' Tools, Among wldch may be'found Bellows, Anvils, Vi- ces, SMges, Hammers, Stocks >and Dies, Rasps, Files, Nippers, He will keep constantly on hand a large stocn Of CABINET MAICE1R3' TOOtS ASD TRIMMINGS. GUNSMITHS, will find his- stock any and every thing in the way of Tools and Trimmings, that pertain to their business.... And'for the accommodation or SPOBTSMEN, And those who may visit the beautiful portion of country in the vicinity of Madison, as summer reShe will keep a great variety ofODouble and Single'Barrel Foiling Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Re- volvers, Sporting and Fishing Apparatus. Choice; selections of English and American, Ta- ble and Pocket CUTLERY, ETC., Silver Plated, German, Silver, and Albato Ware, of altl descriptions, together with an almost endless variety of MISCELLANEpIIS GOODS, Such as Salamander and Counter Scales, Cistern and Chain Pumps, (with tubing) Cordage of all kinds, and m tact that pertainsto the Hardware business one of the most extensive assorments IRON AND TE Have just received within the last ten T T days, 15 tons assorted American Tire. 10 Ton assorted Round and Square Iron. 10 Swedes' Iron. Horse Shoe Iron. 6 Norwegian T. V. F. Nail Rodi.? 2 Assorted Round, Flat and OcUgoa fore purchasing or Cidei Vinegat I ORN P. D. WrigM's cele- sort brated Corn Cultivator. A good wsort- FROM DAN TO BEERHEBA! ocing kftled toy colllsson or exploiloni, we ana partwumiij kftled toy colllsson in running down ftlwut Worth of Whichiwearenow opening, and .40 BARRELS WHISKBYv for Medical EN THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted TLK WARF'ALPACCASi all colors and qual 1 Officers of Town of Madiaon. IT. J. DONNELLON, BOSUSCIltAG. Corporation OlDccra. iMILtS, A nice-: and .cheap article, which is in great de- mand from all quarters; 1eu, From their long experience mi and anrivallecl facilities for doing, business, -they arc ,.oonMent they can .make it for the interest, of .dealers eve- rywhere to patronize them. 1854. S SUB 'TWIST' double barreled SHOT GUNS RAKES of Leonardsville manufac GBO. C. ALBBB, JH8YER' BH-IBND, H. B, HOLT, M, B., DRBBSBt 1SD PHYSlCIffi fiRUBN'S BLOCK, MADISON, DKAIEBIN YfifV 1 ities, 'for :sale ,_ _w OLD of every. !yariet rand from- to for.sdle-at ;BOTH.'S Jewelry Store ........k is .hajint with the greatest care; frorn mporters, and will be sold for LOW, or than can be bought elsewhere m the Vest Farmers, Mechanics, Builders, And all others, are respectfully to call mdexamineGood and Prices, which will be cheer- prompt and careful atten- nitt KNAPP -ONWARD We thaow our banner Wthe ribe is the tout of ommri Topenlng we will now proceed to urn up in du. d ancient form by giving a fcvfltumt: lit. ucli iis French and English Merinos, Fieurcd and Plata Canton Crapes, all colon, Cloths; Pelisse Cloth, and ana: Solicitor, in ___ _ JOHNSON. Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in_ Office in Wells' first door South West the Capital HouSe, Wis. H. W. KEMINGTON, vlnlO J. W. THOMAS EAST KINO STREET, Plated and; Bone Napkin Rings _ tt Jewelry Store -B- i-niKS? to JOHN H. BIcAVOY. Attorney and Councellor.at Law, and ie ij-ii, in Chancery. Wisconsin. unce. Office in Wells' BlookV-Madison, vln19 'JOHN. Deafer in Drugs, Medicines ChemioRls, 'Groceries Mills' Block, Madison. vlTllu i Yel ow, ew chre, Spanish Brow tian Red! Proof Paint, Vandike PABI8 ro., low', ?enbw 6chre, Sanish BrownVene Indian Rrf, a _i .....wKium IT ADIES' Jawelry Store. J. L. BOUNDY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER MADISON, WISCONSIN. T L R being: a practical Draftsman, Designe residing'in town or upon the shortes pon reasonable terms. P fER'S PEOTUKAlj, den's. Medicines, Townsend's Sarsaparilla Medicihesi Radway's Medicines, Christie Galvanic .Belts, Graffenburgh Medicmes, Bur neft's Cod Oil, and: Medicine of WBIUHiaTj JL .1 ,iii3-onlyiCine up 'FULL'EfS nd side light T'-1 will always have on hand a KmVd Cults imd Linen Edging, Cashmere 15011 Vards Sheep's faray 1000 Sattinctts, 2000 Tweeds and Jcani, 1000 Seamekss lono ecmmon. 30 bale. Heavy SUcsting Drillings, Wool'ualf WrawcAand Brdaacloth., CMslm, cn'" do, Winter Wool Hoods, Furreil' Boots and TEAS, Sugars, Syrups, Tobacco, .Cigars, maker's Tooli. Mill SMS rlmwinw, Brare Goods, ties and Itew Pans, Sad Heads, Grind Wheels. Reels, Wool.Cardt together with isamettK'-T jagr Instruction WAfp. r.t Manhine Oil. at reserved for the Udletr GALLONS pure: br ganori at WRIGHT' "-''I. I'l'" i C.i UpplT 'Butter'Wiiiatedt
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