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   Daily Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - November 29, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin                             DAILY CARPENTER CO., PUBLISHERS. TERMS: ftX MOHTHS, g SIXGLE COPT, Regular advertisements. to be handed in as early as 4 o P to insure In next morning' inane. ADVERTISING TEEMS: 'One colwnn, per year, column, six months, 10 co threomontha, JJIair -cdlumn, per yew, tobarter column, year, 8i00 One square year 50o Buslncw card, per year, One square, one Insertion, Wul confer a favor by immediately BOVEE'S OTT3NT ._ Pinckney Street, Madison, Wis GEO. E. T. N. BQVEE, MANUFACTURERS of the world renowned Gaming Twist Rifles, and dealers in Doa- ble and Single Barrelled Shot Guns, COLT'S REVOLVERS, Allen's self-cocking six barrelled ;Pistols, -Bald- win's elastic indented Gun Wadding, Eley's anti- corosivo water-proof caps, action Locks, Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks, Belts, Wad Cutters, Nipple1: Wrenches, Bullet Moulds, Spoon Hooks, Worms, Also all kinds of AMMUNITION of the best quality. N. attention paid to jobbing. All work warranted, and done when promised. toth in their and job departments mew WJlOICSaie ami ___ H A R D W R E rresen- Acting Tiee Pwwident-D. WM. L. Secretary Jfiavy-J- JPoHtmuster Gen.raU. JASll'. Attornsy CiLWi of LeFEVRE GREENE. No. 81j East Water Sfc, M IL W AUKEE, DEALERS IN ALT, KINDS 01' Shelf and Heavy Hardware, AND AGRICULiyiUL IMPLEMENTS, D (lulled SMttcs -Chief JOWNiCAlWCON, V. DANIEL, KOBBHTC. GIUER, JBENJAMINK. CUIITISS. Reporter-UBNJAMlN C. HOWARD. ESIRE to call the attention of Merchants to their well selected Stock of Goods in the above lines, and ask an examination of Goods and Prices when in our city. MECHANICS Will find full stocks of the best brands of Tools: Improved and Boring Ma- Anvils, isest, Sledges, Which we will dispose of at fair rates. HAVING erected a Warehouse opposite the Railroad Depot, for the reception of Gram, we are prepared to pay MILWAUKEE PRICES For all kinds of Grain, less tha freight. I _fl contract for the entire crop with any ot our mers wishing to do so. I would particularly ca-11 the attention ot all our -Farmers': having' fine qualities, of White Wheat, to call on me before selling .elsevHiere. I have a-large. Flouring--Mill in Milwaukee and want the best Wheat to grind. I' am determined to make it an object to all having WHEAT OK. OTHER GRAINS To sell, to call on me before disposing of it to any other party. WM. SANDERSON. Madison, August vlnll-brn _ __ Architect, Civil uiul Landscape Gardener. Attends to :all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Specifications, and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- ing: out Cemeteries, Public and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings C every description. IT His experience iu all the above branches, m JN ew York, Cincmnatti and other places, wan-ants him n'guaranteeing entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. MAY BE'EOTJKD. AT'THE opi'iora ov t. J. FAI-WELL, MADISON Among his numerous references in various parts of the country, he is permitted to name fie follow- THE SIGN OF THE PADLOCK, THREE DOOllS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE. MORRIS MADISON, .u Stwtc OlMcers. j State Friton A. w. SrABKfe. Judaea of Supreme Court. We offer Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Corn Shelters and Crackers-, Hay .and Straw utters, Seed Sowers, Chums and other imple- ments. We mean to make ours the Agricultural Tool Store of the'State. Manufacturers of all kinds of Wire Screenery. Orders respectfully solicited. vlnll LEFEVRE GREENE. Circuit I -JAMES 11. DOOMTTLE. HUBBELL. H. LAUUABEK. O. HOWK U. ISAAC P S. of Iowa county. lill, of Milwaukee. U. S. Representative. 1 -DANITa WELIS, Jr., of Milwaukee. o JfflSJ C.' .EASTMAN, of Nuttevi lie. du Lac. State Agricultural Society. VV U.K. SMITH, AUGUSTUS V. CADY, MARK WIIJJ5R, _ TALBOT C. DOB8MAN. GE01UJJ5 O. TIFFANY. ing in Madison i.. J. FAB WELL Si CO., J, RICHARDSON "CO., CATLIN WILLIAMSON D'iSLAI'LAIN BUIIDICK, SIMEON MILLS, Esq., B. HOPKINS, L. C. DRAPER, A. A. BIRD. O, C. BUCK CO., MANUFACTURERS AXD DEAlEttS IN Furniture Cabinet Ware, C H A I R S flpHffffim UPHOLSTERY, A-renue, east of Aiucr. House HAVING increased the above firm by the ad- dition of two skillful and experienced Me- chanics, we shall be prepared to manufacture ,to order any style of Cabinet Ware, and Chairs ot every variety of style and finish. O C RUCK, C. A. REYNOLDS, C C CHURCH, WM. HAWLEY. C. C. CHURCH, Agent. Madison, Oct. 11, 1854. DOTS AND immense assort- .ment, among which may be, found Men's boots and shoes, Congress bootees, embroi- dered slippers, pumps, Ladies' French gaiters, and half garters, .French kicl slips, buskins, Misses'- Barters and buskins of all kinds, children's shoes Tinel boy's boots and shoes, by, vlril DONALDSON TEEDWAY. WHITE Such as Bishop Lawns, India iinens, Book Muslins, Spot- ed Swiss, Barred Mulls, Cambrics, Linen, Lawn, WHOLESALE Furniture Esteblistanent, 'OO'D Four Dozen just received and for sale by TIBB1TS GORDON. Just received and for sale.cheap, a largo quan ,'tity of Cranberies at the store of Vl'nl9 JACOB KNIFFIN. BARRELS RAGS Wanted, by DONALDSON TREADW AY. lot for sale OOTS AND A large Cheap, at H. H. HAYES, vlnl No. 2, BRBEN- s BLOCK. of Dane County. er- BABBITT. Coroner-ANDREW MBHOP. Officers of Town of Modisou. Comer Beach and Lincoln Streets, OVER THE WOBCESTKB HAIUtOAD PASSENGER DEPOT, H. J. HILL, DONNBLLON, DCERSCHLAG. Corporutiou Offlccm. Jwa-rt-SDHMMMUM, WHOLESALE! DEALERS In all the most fashionable styles of FURNITURE, WHICH they are sending into all parts of the United States, South America and the Is- lands of the Pacific. Also, Manufacturers of the A nice and cheap article, which is in great .de- mand from all quarters. From their long experience in, and unrivalled facilities for doing business, they are confident they can make it for the interest of dealers eve- rywhere to patronize them. Augl2, 1854. vln9" A BARRELS OHIO WHISKEY, for Medical 4lU purposes, just received, and for sale by DONALDSON TREADW AY. T EN THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted by ILK WARP ALPACCAS, all colors and qual ities, from 25 cts. to per yard, for _sale Vlnl DONALDSON TREADW AY. 7SUB TWIST double barreled -SHOT GUNS' S SUB ORSE RAKES of Leonardsville. manufac D. HOLT, M. D., DRUGGIST .AND PHYSICM, BRUEN'S BLOCK, MADISON, Capital House, Madison, W. 3 THOMAS DOGGEff; JOHN H. McAVOY. Attorney and Councellbr at and VSoUcctor Jo Chancery. Office in Wells' Block, Madison, Wisconsin. v 'WRIGHT.- rDealer in Drugs, Medicines GMemlcals, Groceries Mills' MadlsoB. Drugs, Syc, Chemicals Pniiitcrw Goods, PATB1STT MEDICINES, Perfumery, Medicinal Liquors, Cooking Trusses, Supporters Shoulder Braces. Combs, Brushes, Toilet and Shaving Soap, etc., etc. THE Public are invited to supply themselves at the establishment of the who ffersaUtle inducements that may be derived from a guarantee of fair dealing, reasonabl pr of goods selected with a knowl- Xe founded upon professional experience, m tSwaSrof thepeopkin the articles in which a GREEN, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel I, Yelfcrw O'onre, Spanish lire ?rppf, Paint. Vandike Brown i Umber, burnt and rayr i_r -rtiL'J- Wholesale aiifl KetaiT Dealer IN American, English and German Hardware, Saddlery, Harness and Carriage trimmings, Iron, Steel, Glass, Nails, la, now receiving one of the largest and most Com- plete stocks of Goods in his line, ever ofiered in the 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 to otter Country Merchants, Fanners, Mechanics, and purchasers 'at the lowest Eastern prices', with difference of transportation.' His stock will embrace a complete assortment Of Agricultural and Horticultural Imple- ments, All of the best make, together with a very large stock of C   at vlnS .TIDBITS j- GORDON'S. ORN PLANTERS AND SEED Now article of Seed Drill, which Farmers can try before nl CORN D. Wright's cele- brated Corn Cultivator. A good assort- DAN TO BEERHEBA! i FTEK running the pauritlet, all over the Eaitclrn cltlct 'and particularly New York, and running certtt oe'irig. lulled by oollisson or we finally i in1 running about Worth of Which we are now opening and offcHng lor adding freiht and insurance arid a small tor_our trouble. We intend this year to give our a Btn- are willing to work one year tor for wt love the dear peoplc-we go for the Maine lw, the law, and Women's Bights to boot! Our courtt is ONWARD AND UPWARD! .We thaow. our biirmer breeze, tWs opening we will now proceed to sum up the'CUM in and ancient form by givine ft few items: 1st. Staple andFancy. Dry DOZEN HAY qual- vlnS GOLD and from Pens of' every variet; to f 8, for sale at EO'iH'S Jbwel'i-y Store. Plated and Bone Napkin Rings at ROTH'S Jewelry Store Fans of all kinds, from to for snlo at BOTII'S Jewelry Store. FULLEE'S SKY LIGHT DAGUEERIAN GALLERY! Pinckney St.; Wis., Xcxt door to the P. Guild's Store. O- UP ONLY ON? FLIGHT OF STAIBS THIS is the only Dagueirian Room in town up only one flight of others being in ihe fourth story and nibout a day's journey up to them, especially for children and aged people r TO t-fiittvii iwi K t.llfi iMftS J. L. ROUNliy, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, MADISON, J L R being a practical Draftsman, Designer and'Architect, will famish Plans and-Specifications for buildings of every description, for persons residing iri town or country, upon the shortest notice; and upon reasonable terms. VF OFFICE No. 18, BHUEN'S 3n STORY.3 Letters promptly attended to if pre-paid.____ AYER'S BECTOKAL, Jayne'sMedicines, Lou- den's Medicines, Townsend's Sarsapanllas, Sloan's Medicines, Hodway's Medicines, Christie s Galvanic: Graifenburgh Medicines, Bur nett's Cod Oil, and every other latent Medicine of value, at Buch as French and English Jlcrinos, Figuvad and Plain Alpaccas, VarmettftS, Canton Crapes, all Lyouese Clothp, Velisse Cloth, Silk Poplhis, French do Laines, Brocade, changeable, plaid and plain Silkt, Turk Satins, Merino Robes, Emb'd Collars, and Bmb'd Cnffs and Flouncing, Linen Handkerchiefs, Linen Edging, Cashmere Long Shawls, iOOO Hay Stute anil [Scotch Long ShS-wli, 1SOK Yards Shet-p's Gray cloths hoary.. 1000 Sattinetts, 2000 Tweeds and Jeans, 1000 Seameless Kagu, 1000 ccnnnon. 30 bales heavy Sheetirijj; and Shirtlngi. to I-4-, also, Limeys, Marlnei Strlpei, W Drillings, Wool half Uosc, Gloves Mid MJttem, m I to broadcloths, CaS5imers, Vesting., an.m s, MaekUc Blankets CanHbrtm, Menrt. maok and Ootnel. I'rints, new styles antler's'Kid Wloves, Merino, Wool and Cotton Hose, Children's do, Winter BouMCtM, Various Wool Hoods, Furrea Boots nnd A very large' assnrtmcnt of Shcir Hardware Cutlery, Grock-ies and Provisions, Looking Medicines, Lamp Oil, Glass, Sash, Putty, Dye 8w. C B FAIBBANJt'9 SCALES. o FULLER'S G.vllery light of any the large Sky_ Light j and (side getter and larger stdck'vthan cstn be found'in any other he is constantly pre- paredtoputup FlKST'CLJtSS others, are allowed to, go out of his estab- ishment. _, Instruction given in the art. StooRantt apparatus furnished at very low rates. nlW HE Subscribers have become i Agents _for the TURPENJTINBi Camphine, Fluid, nl' Alcohol, j Banners' yil, Neat Foot's Oil. Mach'ine Oil, at HOICE PERFUMERlfiS-r-Best French Ex- tracts from 25 cents per bottfe at WRltrlli O. EST TEAS -Sugars, Syrups, Tobacco, Cigars, a Raisins at Flavoring Extracts, l'' GALLONS pure Linseed Oil, by I: barrel 0! gallon at WRICTiT'B. and Holders Wooden Ware, Glass Ware, Stone Ware, BUnk _ Stationei'y, Puper, Paper Hangings, and Border, Farming Tools, Mason's, Carpenter's, and maker's Tools. Mill Saws, X cut Saws, Crowbars, Iron Wedgei, Trimmings, llrass Goods, Japanned Ware, tunnelled Keu ties and -Stew .Pans, Sad Irons, Log Chains, Bphuilnit Wheels. Keels, Wool Cards, Wheel Jlcads, Poet" 'Colfi-e Roasters and Com Parchcrs, together WKIJ ten: thousand other things, too numerous to mention. early. Front seats reserved for the Ladies. uniforiiily lo nl ,'liABHKLS best.WlialcOil, SEWING Birds4br salwat i. w UN u xnru jeweiry Store. cirn'-......-. best'Whale Oil by barrel or SuonTat WRIGHTS. ;Better WffcriteffI. has anyamonmt ofPry Cfqods f -i Al_-r wAnrvalt flAMV to exohange for cutwrj Ml'S have come; also, thoteB X Those in want of Pipe, Stove Pipe, Tta Wire Pleatoijiye us t. call wd we Till .uppl, order, on t to., countly QD ban if.   

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