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   Daily Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - December 9, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin                             S. H. CAKFENTER. Publisher, Sure Your MADISON, WISCONSIN, DECEMBER 9, 1854. 100.000 BUSHELS OF WHBA! J __ __ 01 DAILY PATRIOT. Wanted for Gash; Per Annum, in Advance. NUMBER 35 S. H. CARPENTER, PUBLISHER. TEHMS: Six SIXDLK Begnlar advertisements to be handed in as early as o'clock, r. M., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVERTISING- One column, per One column, six One column, three months, Half column, per Quarter column, One square per Business card, per TERMS: Business v, square, one [D- Tillage subscribers will confer a favor by immediately ,'giving notice at this office, of a failure to receive their pa- pers regularly. The Vublishers appreciate jntnetuality in business, and they Me determined to observe that virtue, both in their news and -job departments. Pincktiey Street, Madison, Wis. N.BQVEE, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY: United States Governmcut. e-.. Rpcretarv of VH. L. MAJRCY. sS -ettrvof 'Trcasuvy-irAMKS ry of MoCLKLLAND. glcletwy of DAVIS. f J. C. .DOBBIN. CAMPBELL. enewl-CALBB GUSHING. f the HoMC-LYNN BOYD. Chief United Stntcs Supreme! Court. TANEY. JOHN CAHTON, I'ETERV. DANIEL SAMUEL NELSON, KOBKB'f C. G1V.U2R, BENJAMIN K. CUllTISS. BENJAMIK C. UPWARD. i Stnte Officers. A. BAKSTOW. Lteut Govcrnor-JAMKS T. LEWIS. State Prison A. W. of the Sttprcinc Court. Chief UPWARD V. WHITON. AKR AM SMITH, SAMVBL CKAWFOKD. Circuit Judges. JAMES H. DOOLtTTL.10. LEVI I1TJBBELL. CIIARLUS H. IdV TIMOTHY 0. HOWE. M. M. COTHRKN. KNOWLTON. U. S. Senators. HENRY DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC 1C. "WALKER, of Milwaukee. U. S. Representative. 1 B WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. MEN C. EASTMAN, of Plntteville. John B. MACY, of 1'oud du Lac. Presiden State Agricultural Society. NATHANIELS. CLAPP. Recording and Cor. tory-A. 0. INGHAM. 1'reasurer-SAMUEL MARSHALL II. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS K GABY, MARK MILLEB, TALliOT C.DOltSMAN. GKORGE 0. TIFFANY. of Dniic County. .Couuty JOHN B. Clerk of CHARIOS LUM. Clerk B'd 1 BJOBNSON. S. MAIN. TrcasurCT-.l'HI10 DUNNES Ot. P oSTng Att'y-SAMUEL a KOYS. KUSSKLL, BABBm. Coroner-ANBlUSW BISHOP. Officers of Town of Madiaon. JEHU II. MTWIS, Chairman, B P Town JAS. BONNXLLON, Corporation Officers. SIMEON MILLS, 1'. H. VAN BE.RGEN. -WO. W. OAKLEY, .-GEO.O. ALBJ3E, MEY.WE I'ltlENi, ANDKEW BISHOP, JAMES MTV SKY, DAHW1N GLABK. S-MNIEL M. JOHNSON. I. E. SHOWN. MANUFACTURERS .the world renowned Gaining Twist Rifles, and dealers in Dou- ble and Single Barrelled Shot Guns, COLT'S REVOLVERS, Allen's self-cocking six. barrelled Bald- win's, elastic indented GUK "padding, Eley.'s anti- corosive water-proof' caps, forward and back action Locks, Powder 'Flasks, Belts, Wad-Cutters, Nipples, Nipple' Wrenches, Bullet Moulds, Spoon Also all kinds of AMMUNITION, ,of the best quality.. attention paid to jobbing. All work'warranted, antl done when promised. New Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE LeFEVRE GREENE, No. 81, East Water St., MILWAUKEE, BEATJ5RS IN ALL KINDS; OF Shelf and Heavy Hardware, AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, DESIRE 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 Mortising anii Boring} Ma- Bellows, Anvils. Vises, Sledges, Which we will dispose of at fair rates. TO We offer Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Corn Shelters and Crackers, Hay and .Straw Cutters, Seed Sowers, Churns and other imple- ments. We mean to make ours tho Agricultural Tool Store of Manufacturers of all kinds of Wire Sereenery. Orders respectfully solicited. LEFEVRE GREENE. HAVING erected a Warehouse opposite the Railroad Depot, for the we are prepared MILWAUKEE PRICES For all kinds of Grain, less thfl freight. I Ji contract for the entire crop with any of our Far mers -wishing to do so. I would particularly call the attention ot all our Farmers having fine qualities of AVhite Wheat, to call on me before selling elsewhere. I have a large Flouring Mill in Milwaukee and want the best Wheat to grind. I: am determined to make it an object to till having WHEAT OR OTHER GRAINS To sell, to'call on me before disposing of it to any other party. WM. SANDERSON. Madison, August 26, 1354 vlnll-3m S. H. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, 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 o every description. His experience in all the above branches, in JNew York, Cincinnatti and other places, warrants him in guaranteeing entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with, their patronage. MAY BE POUND AT THIS OFFICE OB L. J. PATWELI, MADISON WlSCOJfSIS. Among his numerous references in various parts of the country, he is permitted to inametfce follow- ing in Madison L. J. FARWELL CO., J. BICHAKDSON CO., CATLIN. WILLIAMSON BELAPLAIN BUKMCK, THE SIGN OF THE PADLOCK, THREE DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE. MORRIS STKEET, MADISON, WISCONSIN. Wholesale and Retail Dealer IN American, English and German Hardware, Saddlery, Harness and Carriage trimmings, Iron, Steel, Glatiss, Is now receiving one of the largest and most com- plete stocks of Goods in his line, ever offered hi the Wast. 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 Pi-ices, he is enabled to ofi'er Country Merchants, Farmers, Mechanics, parshasers at the lowest Eastern prices, with diifererice of transportation. His stock will embrace a complete assortment Agricultural and Horticultural Imple- ments, All of the best make, together with a very large stock of C BUILDERS, MASONS, MILL WEIGHTS, AND WAGON MAKERS TOOLS. NORVAL'S BITTERS! Containing neither Arsenic, Calomel, nor Quinine. AND ONE ONE OF THE BEST, SUREST, And Safest Remedies yet discovered for the following diseases, arising from on improper no- tion of the Liver and Kidneys, Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Chill Fever, Diarrhea, Loss of Appetite, Intermittent, and Dysentery, Sick Headache, Remittent, Jaundice, Cold Sweats, Indigestion, Debility, Female Complaints, Weaknesses, For the latter it is one of the best and safest medicines before the public. A trial of this medicine will convince tho most skeptical of its Great Virtue. Bold by EDWIN D. BAKER Si, CO. vlnlTyl Agentt.. of Wines, fee. NO. 1 EAST WATliH STttEKT, MILWAUKEE. SIMEON MILLS, Esq., B. F. HOPKINS, L. C. DBAl'Elt. A. A. BIRD. O. C. BUCK CO., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture' GaMnet Ware, C H. A I R S UPHOLSTERY, Washington Avenue, cast of Amcr. 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. S TICK, C. Jl. REYNOLDS, C C. CHURCH, WM.HAWLEY. C C. CHURCH, General Agent. Madison, Oct. 11, 1854. vlnlStf OOTS AND immense assort- ment, among which may be found Men's boots and shoes, Congress gaiters, bootees, embroi- dered slippers, pumps, Ladies' French gaiters, and half garters, French kid slips, buskins, Misses' gaiters and buskins of all kinds, children's shoes and boy's boots and shoes, by DONALDSON TREDWAY. HITE GOOD as Bishop La-wns, India Linens, Book Muslins, Spot- ted Swiss, Barred Mulls, Cambrics, Linen, Lawn, Linen IOOD Dozen just received and for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment, CRANBERRIES I fust received and for sale cheap, a large quan J tity of Cranberies at the store of vlnl9 JACOB KNIFFIN. BARRELS RAGS Wanted, by DONALDSON TREADWAY. Corner Beacli and Lincoln Streets, OVER THE WOBCESTEB BAllBOAD PASSES GEE 3M3FOT, WHOLESALE DEALERS In all the most fashionable styles of FURNITURE, WHICH they are sending into all parts of the United States, South America i OOTS AND large lot for sale Cheap, at H. H. HAYES, No. 2, BRUSH'S BXOCK. BARRELS OHIO WHISKEY, for Medical Burooses, lust received, and for sale by DONALDSON TREADWAY. THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted HEADWAY. SILE WARP ALPACCAS, all colors and qual ities, from 25 cts. to per yard, for sale by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY. 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. Attg 12, 1854. SUB TWIST double barreled SHOT GUNS TREDWAY, He is also Agent for, and will keep constantly on hand, Gould's Patent Soring Machines with Augurs and Chisels Sanderson 3? Co? a Celebrated Bench Planes. Those in want of House Trimmings and Builders Hardware, are invited to call and examine his stock. BLACKSMITHS will always find him well sup- plied with Iron of all kinds, Horse Shoes, Herse Nails, Rasps, Wrought Bolts, Nuts and Washers, Ground Wagon Boxes, with a full as- sortment of Blacksmiths' Tools, Among which may be found Bellows, Anvils, Vi- ces, Sledges, Hammers, Stocks and Dies, Rasps, Files, Nippers, He will keep constantly on hand a large stock of CABINET MAKERS' TOOLS AND TRIMMINGS. GUNSMITHS will find in his stock any and every thing in the way of Tools and Trimmings, that pertain to their business. And for the accommodation of SPOETSMEN, And" those who may visit the beautiful portion of country in the vicinity of Madison, as a summer retreat, he will keep a great variety of Double and Single Barrel Fowling 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 Albatta Ware, of all descriptions, together with an almost endless variety of MISCELLANEOUS fiOODS, Such as Salamander Safes, Platform and Counter Scales, Cistern and Chain Pumps, (with tubmg) Well Wheels, Cordage of all kinds, and in fact everything that pertains to the Hardware business comprising one of the most extensive assorments in the. State. The Stock is entirely new, having been selected with the greatest care, from Manufacturers and Importers, and will ba sold for Cash as LOW, or LOWER than can bo bought elsewhere in the West. _ Farmers. Mechanics, Builders, And all others, are respectfully requested to call and'examineGood and Prices, which, will be cheer- fully and freely exhibit i Orders will receive prompt and careful atten- tion. nltf KNOW1TON, KNAPP FRINK, ATTOKNKYS and D. BAKER CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DKALKBS IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars, of a Superior article of 3E3CI BC ZITT t 79 Water Street, Milwaukee, Whiskey by the single or hundsed barrels con- stantly on hand. EDWIN D. BABER, vlnlTyl II. RAY ISHAM. IRON AND STEEt. "E Have just received within the last ten days, 15 tons assorted American Tire. 10 Ton assorted Round and Square Iron. 10 Swedes' Iron. 5 Horse Shoe Iron. o Norwegian T. V. F. Nail Rods. 2 Assorted Bound, Flat and Octagon Cast Steel, Which customers will do well to call and see fore purchasing or going to Milwaukee. nl TIBBITS GORDON. be- 10 Cider Vinegar! BARRELLS are for sale Cheap at vln8 TIBBITS 4- GORDON'S. CORN PLANTERS AND SEED New article of Seed Drill, which Farmers can try before purchasing, by enquiring of nl TIBBITS GORDON. C OW received 12 dozen assorted Cow Bells, nl TIBBITS GORDON. Madison Musical Store. THE undersigned has in his Ware-room, in BRUEN'S MODEL BLOCK, a good assortment of Piano Fortes, Melodeons, and ORSE RAKES of Leonarclsyille manufac ture, lust received and for sale by Vln3 TIBBITS GORDON. -t DOZEN HAY qual- vlnS ities, for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. DRUGGIST AND PHWM BRtTEN'S BLOCK, MADISON, MEAM5B. IN. GOLD every variet and to for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store REMINGTON JOHNSOS. Attorneys at Law hv Chancery-- Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of the Capital House, Madison, Wis H W. REMINGTON, vlnlO J. W. JOHNSON, "THOMAS DOGGETT, holesale and Retail; Grocers, KINO STBKET. H. McAVOY. at Lsiw, and Solicetor -1 Wells' Block, Madison, Plated and Bone Napkin Ringa at ROTH'S Jewelry Store ADIES' Fans of all kinds; from to for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. PATENT MEDICINES, FULLER'S SKY LIGHT Perfumery, Medicinal Liquors, Cooking Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, 06mbs, Brushes, Toilet and _. Shaving Soap, etc., etc. FlllCkney bt., PiiWio' are invited to supply themselves Next door to the P. G-nild'a Store. of the advertiser, who cr IIP ONLY ONE raairt OF MAIM J3 all the inducements that may be derived is the only Daguerrian Room in town a euarantee of fair dealing, reasonabl pri- JL up only one flight of others being la quality of goods selected with a knowl- in tine fourth story and about a day's journey up pflo-P founded upon professional experience, 01 to them, especially for children and aged people, of the. people" in the articles in which PULLER'S Gallery is furnished witha Counscloi-s at Law and Solicitors in Chancery. OFFICE OVEB ALEEK'S STOIIB, PISKSEY STBBBT, J. L. ROUKDY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, MADISON, WISCONSIN. J L R. being a practical Draftsman, Designer and'Architect, furnish Plans .and Specifications for buildings of every description, for persons town or country, upon the shortest upon reasonable terms. OFFICE No. 18, BRIAN'S BLOCK, 3o Letters promptly attended to if pve-paid. AYER'S PECTOBAL, Jayne's Medicines, Lou- den's Medicines, Townsend's Sarsaparillas, Sloan's Medicines, Radway's Medicines, Christie's Galvanic Belts, Graffenburgh Medicines, Bur nett's Cod Liver Oil, and every other Patent Medicine ;6f value, at WRIGHT'S. Generally. Some of the best Manufacturers in the Union have samples of their work there. Chickering, Hallett Davis, Lemuel Gilbert, Woodward Brown, Leyen Matts, of Boston, and Hall Son, of New York, are all contributors to his stock of Pianos. Prince Co., Bishop Child, and S. D. W. Smith's Melodeons are there also. These instruments are not found in Auction rooms and other places where forced sales are made to raise money for the makers, for their reputation always commands customers on the manufacturers own terms. They are all for sale at factory prices, and warranted satisfactory. PIANOS from other Manufactories can be fur- nished if desired. An experienced and disinterested agent in New York selects for the subscriber any style and priced instrument desired in whose judgment, musical skill and taste, implicit confidence can be placed. New Sheet Music Received Weekly, Sold at publishers prices, and sent by mail free of postage. VioSiuit, Oiiitars, TnmboriNCtt, FlntcM? Italian and other Violin Strings. Guitar and Bass Viol Strings of the best quality. Violin Bows and parts of Violins. Bei-tini's Hunter's and other instruction books for all instruments, and many other articles in the music line, usually found in such stores, kept always on hand. Church and Musical Associations supplied upon the most reasonable terms. Do not go further east, until, you have called at the Madison Music Store, for, depend upon it, there is no use in it. vlnl D. HOLT. in Chancery. Wisconsin. Mills i Medicines Chemicals, Groceries, tl'Ar-.V. "Madison, vlnl9 fJARIS GREEN, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel Jtian Bed! Fire Proof Paint, Vandike Brpwn and fndion Mar hie and nl light of any room in the a large Sky Light ached'. Havin ood instru'- deals Phvsikana': orders) filled according 'to- a new, 'and side-light attached'. Having good reduced Tariff, which the members of the better and larger stock than can be sion are invited to examine. I found in any other room, preBcriptioris" feeeurately dispensed. paredtoPutuP FIRST MAWSON, July _ and no others are allowed to go out 'of his estab- I lighment. PLENDID Setts of Jewelry, comprising jgf- Instruction given in the art.- Stock and at very low rates. nlTtt IILVER Card styles T TAIWBANK'S _ HE Subscribers have become Agents fer the Thud, sale of -the' above1 celebrated SCALES, and Tanners' Oil, Camphine, Neat Foot's Oil. Alcohol, Machine Oil, at WRIGHT'S. C HOICE French Ex- tracts from 25 cents per bottle upwards, at WRIGHT'S. B EST, Sugars, Syrups, Tobacco, Cigars, Extracts, Raisins, at 1 WRIGHT'S GALLONS pure Linseed Oil, by barrel or gallon at WRIGHT'S. J. L. BOUNDY, Agent for the Herring's Celebrated LGHTNING ROD MADISON, WIS. RESIDEIfCK, GORUM STREET. These roils are warranted to protect from Light- ning, all buildings upon which they fire placed, if put up according to my directions. My points are entirely dUferent from any heretofore manufac- tured and I am prepared to put them tip at very short notice. t, jSf- Orders left at the Office of JAKVIb ROUNDY, Brueh's Block, 3d floor, No. 18. SILVER Guard and Fob; Chains at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. B 'OQUET Holders at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. SHELL Combs of every variety at _ Jewelry Store. SEWING Birds for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. gallon, at -WRIGHT' Butter Wanted! THE Subscriber has any amount of Dry Goods to Butter, at the MWEKJCABH HATES, AGEXCV FOR THE MADISON MILLS. THESE MILLS are supposed to be the best in the State. We are the sole agents for the sale of Madison Mills Flour, and will keep con- stantly on hand ,_ SUPERFINE barrels and CORN-MEAL, BUCK WHEAT FLOUR, GRAHAM FLOUR, CRACKED WHEAT, for Cash, at the Regulator, by oas   

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