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   Daily Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - December 11, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin                             S. H; CARPENTER, Publisher. Be Sure Your 60 ahead." Annum, in Advance, VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISGONSIM, DECEMBER NUMBER 36 PUBLISHER. "TERMS: Six SINGLE 3 Regular advertisements to be handed in as early as 4 p. insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVEHTISIKG One column, per year, One column, six months, One column, three months, llaU column, per year, Quarter column, per year, One squnro per yunr, Business civril, per year, one insertion, TERMS: 03- Village subscribers will confer a favor by Immediately giving notice at this office, of a failure to receive their 'pn- regularly. The I'nbUshera appreciate punctuality. in business, ami they are determined to observe that virtue, both in their news and job departments. _ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY: United States Government. FRANKLIN VIKRC.B. Acting Vice D. R. ATCHISON. Secretary of WM. L. MAUCY, Secretary of -TAJIKS OTJTJ-IBIE. Secretary of Interior-llOB'KRT MoCI.ELLANB. Secretary of JEmaiSON DAYIS. Secretary of ,1. 0. DOBBIN. Postmaster ,'JA31fi-> CAMPUELh. Attornsy C A LUIS GUSHING. Speiikcr of the LYNN BO I'D. 1'uitcd Snwrvmo Court. ROGEll U. JOHN CAUTON, PJiTEK.V. DANIEL SAMU.EL KOBHKT C. G1UEK, W.UNJAMIN 11. CUKTISS. BENJAMIN C. HOWARD. ii to Officers. A. BAESTOAV. Lieut. AMKS T. LK VIS. .Secretary of. LEX. 'I. 0 K A V. It. JAN3SKN. Atturney Genera .15. SMITH Itablie A. Cgmplrolluv-WiLLIAJl M. B.KX31S. State A. W. STA11KS. of the Supreme Court. Chief V. W1IJTON. SMITJI, SAML'ULCKAWFOUD. Carvnit Jiulijoi. U. THIOLITILE. .JirjJUELL. at. LA1UIABEM. 0. 11. COiMWKN. KNOAVLTOX. ScnnlorM. HBNIiy DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC i'. WALKER, of Milwaukee. IT. S. Representative. WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. C. EASTMAN, of MiitteviUe. B. MACY, of Fond rtu Lac. Slate Ajtvicnltitriil Society. MDOEUTON. Vice AMES R U SL IN 0, LKMUKL W. JOINER, NATHANIEL B. CLAPf. Recording and Cor. C.INGHAM. MAKSHALTj. Executive VAGGETT, RICHARD E. ULA, jr. N.SMITH, AtOTS'ifS Jf. CADV, MARK MILLER, TALBOT C. DOKSMAK. GKORGB 0. TIFFANY. of Dmie County J. P. ATWOOB. Rcgister-JOHN B. SWEAT. Clerk of Clerk IPd BJORSSON. S. MAIN. DUNNING. Prosecuting M. ROYS. BABJtm1. BISHOP. OfltcerM of Town of Madiaon. II. LEAVIS, Chairman. EARNEST SOMEBSj II..J.1HLL. Town AS. DOKNJ6LLON, DOSRSCHLAtt. Corporation Officers. MILLS, It. VAN BERGEN. GEO. W. OAKLEY, GEO. C. ALBEE, MEYER YlttKND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES LIVSEY, CLABK. N. JOHNSON. B. BROWN. G FITCH. BOVEE'S Gr TT Pinckney Street, Madison, ANUFACTURMRS of the world renowned Gaining 'Jlwist Rifles, .and dealers in Dou- ble and Single Barrelled-Shot (Jruns, REVOLVERS, Allen's self-cocking: barrelled Pistols, Bald-' win's elastic indented padding, Eley.'s anti-; corosive water-proof! caps, forward and back; action Shot Pouches, Jflasks, Belts, Wad Nipples, Nipple-Wrenches, Bullet Moulds, Spoon Hooka, Worms, Also. all kinds of AMMUNITION of the best quality. N, attention paid to jobbing. All work warranted, arid done when promised. LeEEVBE GREENE, Ho. 81, East Water St., M IL'W ABKEE DEALERS IN ATX KINDS OP Shelf and Heavy Hardware, AGRICULTURAL .IMPLEMENTS. DESIRE to call the attention of Merchants to their well seleated Stock of Goods in the above linos, and ask an examination of Goods and Prices when in our city. MECHANICS Will find full stocks of the best brands of Tools: ........IBM; HAVING erected a Warehouse opposite the Railroad BBpot, for the reception of Grain, we -are prepared; toJpay MILWAUKEE PRICES For all kinds of Grain, less the. freight. I will contract for the entire crop with any of our Far mers wishing so. v. i I -would1 particularly call: the attention of all our Farmers. .Iiaving fine ..qualities of White Wheat, to. call 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 all having WHEAT OR OTHER GRAINS To sell, to call on me before disposing of it to any other party. WM. SANDERSON. Madison, August 26, 1854. vlnll-3m New Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE THE 'SIGH OF THE PADLOCK, THREE DOORS EAST OF THE COURT HOUSE. MORRIS STKEET, MADISON, WISCONSIN. S. H. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, 1 111 antl AiiT Earing! liti Viocat, Which we will dispose of at fair rates. We offer Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivators, Horse Hoes, Corn Shelters and Crackers, Hay and Straw Cutters, Peed Sowers, Churns and other 4mple- ments. We mean to make ours the Agricultural Tool Store of the'State, Manufacturers of all kinds of Wire Screenery. Orders respectfully solicited. LEFEVRE GREENE. Attends to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Specifications, and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying1 lay- ing out and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings c every description. His experience in all the above branches, in New York, Cincinnatti and other places, warrants him in guaranteeing entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. MAY BE rOUSD AT THE OFFICB OP L. J. FArWKIi, MADISON WISCONSIN. Among his numerous references in various parts if the country, he is permitted to nametJie ibllow- ng in Madison J. CO., RICHARDSON CO., CATLTH WILLIAMSON DELAL'LAIN Is 1UJ11DICK, O. O. BUCK GO., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture Cabinet Ware, CHAIRS SOOTS AND immense nssort- merit, among which may be found Men's soots and.sh.ocs, Congress- gaiters, bootees, embroi- lered slippers, purhps, Ladies' French' gaiters, and ialf garters, French kid slips, Misses' gaiters and buskins of all kinds, children's shoes and boy's boots and shoes, by vlnl DONALDSON TREDWAY. Etc. WaMhintjton of'Ainer. House H'AVING increased the above firm by the ad- dition of two skillful and experienced Me- chanics, we shall bo prepared to manufacture to order any style of Cabinet Ware, and Chairs of every variety of style and finish. O. C. BUCK, C. A. REYNOLDS, C. C. CHURCH, WM. HAWLJSY. C. C. CHURCH, General Agr.nl. Madison, Oct.. 11, 1854. vlnlStf WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment, Corner Beach aad Lincoln Streets, OYKIl THK WOKCESl'EH. RAII110AD PASSENGER' DEPOT DBALZIIIS In all the most fashionable styles of PURNI17TJHB, WHICH .they are into nil parts -of the United States, South America and the Is- lands of the Pacific. Also, Manufacturers of the JOHNSON. Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery- Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of the Capital House, Madison, Wis. H. W: UEMINGTON, J. W. JOHNSON, THOMAS DOGGETT, AVholeanle nnd Retail STREET, MADISON, Wis. JOHN H. McAVOY. .Attorney Councellor at Law, and Solicetor '2_ Offiftfi in Wells' Blonti "MnrMsinn anChfcnoery, ''Wisconsin. Block, Madison JOHN WRIGHT- Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Groceries fills'Block, Madison. Tlnl9 'TaARlS 0WJEN, Chrome Green, Chrome 'IT low, Yellovr Ochre, Spanish Brown, Vene .4iwi Red. Proof Paint, Yandike Brown -Chinese and Vwmiljions, pmber, burnt and raw Red, Ultra iBJivruje and Pruseian, Blue, a WRIGHT 8 nice and cheap article, which is in great der und from all quarters. .From their long experience in, and unrivallec acilities for doing business, they are confident iiey can .make it for the interest of dealers eve- y where to patronize them. Aug 12, 1854. vln9. SIMEON MILLS, .Esq., B. F. HOPKINS, L. C. miAl'EU. A. A. BII4D. WHITE as Bishop Lawns, India. Linens, Book Muslins, Spot- ted Swiss, Barred Mulls, Cambrics, Linen, Lawn, Linen Cambrics, Dimity for sale cheap, by DONALDSON TREBWAY. Dozen just received and for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. CRANBERRIES 'nst received and for sale cheap, a large quan 'tity of Cranberies at the store of vlnl9- JACOB KNIFFIN. BARRELS RAGS Wanted, by DONALDSON TREADWAY. DOTS AND large lot for sale Cheap, at H. H. HAYES, No. 2, BRUEN'S BLOCK. BARRELS OHIO WHISKEY, for Medical purposes, just received, and for Sfele by DONALDSON TREADWAY. TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted for Goods, at.low prices, by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY. SILK WARP ALPACCAS, all colors and qual ities, from 25 cts. to per yard, for sale by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY., SUB TWIST double barreled SHOT GUNS and RIFLES, for sale by DONALDSON TREDWAY. 'ORSE RAKES of Leonardsville manufac ture, iust received and for sale by Vln3 TIBBITS GORDON. Wholesale and He-tail Dealer IN American, English and German Hardware, Saddlery, Harness and Carriage trimmings, Iron, Steel, Glass, receiving one of the largest and most corn- ale te stocks of Goods in. his line, ever 'offered in ;he West. Having superior facilities for dealing with the most extensive Hardware merchants in the East, and purchasing his American Goods directly from lie Manufacturers, at the Lowest Cash Prices, he s enabled to offer Jouiitry Merchants, Parmcirn, and purchasers the lowest Sastern 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 OARi'ENTJOJS, BUILDERS, MASONS, MILL W1UGHTS, AN.D WAGON AIAKJiliS TOOLS. He is also Agent for, and will keep constantly on hand, Gould's Patent Boring Machines with Augurs and Chisels Sanderson fy Co.'s Celebrated Bench, Planes. Those in want   STEEL. '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. C Norwegian T. V. I1'. Nail Rods. 2 Assorted Flat and Octagon Cast Steel, Which customers will do well to call and see be- fore purchasing or going to Milwaukee. TIDBITS GORDON. 10 Cider Vinegar I BARRELLS are for sale Cheap at vl ri8 TIBBJTS 4- GORDON'S. ORN PLANTERS AND SEliD New article of Seed Drill, which Farmers can try before purchasing, by enquiring of nl TIBBITS GORPON. C vln3 DOZEN HAY qual- for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. DRUGGIST AM PHYSICIAN, BRUEN'S BLOCK, MADISON, BEALKR'IM Bye Stnfife, Chemicals, Paiitisj Faisitci'ss Goorts. PATENT: Perfumery, Medicinal" Liqtiprs, Cqoliing Extracts, Trusses, Supporters, Shouldesr Braces, Combs, Brushes, Toilet and Shaving Soap, etc., etc. THE Public are invited to supply themselves at the establishment of tho advertiser, who otters all .the inducements that may be derived Erorn. a guartxriltee of fair dealing, reasoiiabl pri- ces and' a quality of goods ...selected; with .'a knbwl- founded u'poh: professional 'experience, pi the wants of the people''in the 'articles in'whicli he deals.' Physieiaiis' orders filled" according to a new, reduced Tariff, which tlie members of the profes- sion ate invited to examine. Physicians', prescriptions accurately dispensed. 185'4." GOLD Pens of every variet and price, from for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store L SPLENDID .Setts of Jewelry, comprising Breastpin and from1 to Setti at ROTH'S Jewelry Store; beantiM styles, .wt ROTH'S THE Subscribers have become Agents for .tib sale of the above .celebrated; SCALES, and will always have on hand a complete assortment from Counter largest HayiScales TliBBITS Plated and Bone Napkin Rings at 'ROTH'S Jewelry Store 1ADIES' Tans of all from f 2 to for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. FULLER'S SKY LZCMT Pinckaeyi St., Madison, Next sloor to the P. Store. o-.UPOIJI-Y'ONX! MJCHIT OF STA1KS JCQ THIS is the. only Daguerrian .Room in town up only orie'fliglit of others' being ii 'story and about a day's journey up to them, especially -for ehildren and aged people. FULLER'S ;Gallery is furnishedjwith.ithe -best light of any.roomin the large Sky, Light and: side 'light attached. Having good instru- a better .and' larger "'.stock than can be found iri'any other' he- is consta'htly .pre- ''BS others are allowedito.go out. of his estab- lishment, Instruction given i.ii' the arlV Stock; and furnished at ;very low rates. TURPENTINE, Tanners'Oil, Camphine, ,Neat Foot's Oil. flui'd, Alcohol, Machine Oil, at 'nl J Oil .or L. R'OUNDY, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER, MADISON, J. L. R. being a practical Draftsman, Designer Architect, will furnish Plans and Specifications for- buildings of every .description, for persons in town; or country, upon the shortest notice, ?md upon reasonable terms. OFFICE No. 13, BRUSH'S Bf-ooic, 3i> Sronr. J Letters promptly attendud to if pre-paid. YER'S Lou- den's Medicines, Townsend's Siirsapiirillas, Sloan's Medicines, Railway's Medicines, Christie's Galvanic Belts; Gi-aiFenburgh' Medicines, Bur nett's Cod Liver Oil, and every other Patent Medicine of value, at WRIGHT'S. OW BELLS Just received 12 dozen assor ted Cow Bells, nl TIBBITS GORDON. Madison Musical Store, undersigned has in hia i Ware-room, in 33 v 1 M BRUEN'S MODEL 13LOCK> a good- assortment of Piano Fortes, Mclodeons, and Zxx.stx-u.3a3.eixi.tM Generally. Some of the best Manufacturers in the Union have samplesof their work' tlierc. Chickering, Hallett Davis, Leriiuel- Gilbert, Woodward Brown, Leveu Matts, of Boston, and Hall SDH, of New York, are all contributors to lis stock of Pianos. Prince :i Co., Bishop Child, and D. H. W. Smith's Mclodepns re there also. These instruments are not found i Auction, rooms and other places where ales are made to raise money for the maKcrs, fo'r icir reputation always commands- customers on ie maim f'.wsturers own terms. They are ill! lie at factory prices, and warranted satisfactory. PIAXOS from otlier Maiiufactorics can be fur- ished if desired. An experienced and disinterested agent in New fork selects for tlie subscriber any style and riced instrument desired in whose judgmenf, iiisioal skill and taste, implicit confidence can be ilaced. New Sheet Music Received Weekly, Sold at publishers prices, and sent by mail frco f postage. Guilnrs, Banjos, FluH'n, Filfen. Italian and otlier Violin Strings. Guitar and 3ass Viol Strings of the best quality. Violin Bows and parts of Violins. Bertini's Hunter's and other instruction books for all instruments, and many other articles: in he music line, usually found in such stores, kept ilways on hand. Church and Musical Associations supplied upon lie most reasonable terms. Do not go further enst, until you have called at he Madison Music Store, for, depend upon, it, D. HOLT. CHOICE French Ex- tracts from 25 cents per bottle upwards, at WRIGHT'S. BEST1 TEAS; Sugars, Syrups, Tobacco, Cigars, Spices, Flavoring Extracts, Raisins, at GALLONS pure Linseed Oil, by lUUU barrel or gallon at WRIGHT'S.. Guard and Fob Chains at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. B Holders' at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. HELL' Combs of every variety at i ROTH'S Jewelry Store. EWING Birds for sale at'. ROTH'S Jewelry Store. T HE Subscriber has any amount of Pry Gopds exolwnge at the ?S here is nu use hi it. vlnl J, L. ROUNDY, Agent for the Herring's Celebrated IiGHTNIN-a HQD I 'v MADI SOX, WIS. RESIDENCE, GORUM STHtiJET. These rods are warranted to protoot froni1 Ligtit- niug, all buildings upon which they are' placed, -if mt up according to my directions. My points ly-e ihtirely different from any heretofore manuCic- ;nred and I am prepared to put them np. at very short notice. 5L3T- Orders left at the Office of ROUNDY, Brucn's Block, No. FOR THE MAO1SOX Ti-IESE MILLS are supposed. to be tTic beist Jn the State. We are the sole agtirita for the sale of Madison Mills' Floiir, and) will ieep con- stantly pu hand ;n SUPERFINE ond ;lator. by WHEAT GRAHAM FLOUR, CRACKED Cheap for Cosh, at the vln DON" doen   

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