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   Daily Wisconsin Patriot (Newspaper) - July 9, 1855, Madison, Wisconsin                               DAILY PATRIOT TEHMS: --...2'oo SixcuCorr, Ref ular advertisements to be handed in as early as .4 (Mock, r. K., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVERTISING TEHMS: One column, per olumu, six One c jlnmn, three Half column, per Quarter column, per One square swr rlusii eard, per Oaviiuve, 13- subscribers will confer a favor by immediately i notice at this office, of ft failure to receive their pa- Tbu Publishers appreciate punctuality S. H. CARPENTER. Publisher. "Be sure you're rig go ahead. Per in Advance. VOLUME 1. xuiiiess, and they are determined to observe that virtue, tit in tfcsir news and job departments. S. H. TITCS, J1TTEKDB to all kiwis of Designinff, Brawlnpf Plans and SjKciHcatioii., and suiwrinlending ths erection of IJuild laying out Cemeteries, 1'uljlic and J'rivite kc., and executing Maps and Drawings is guiuraiitecd to oil who may favor him witt :lieir patronage. 15, Third Floor, Union's Block. REFERENCES: Kx-Governor L. 3. Farwell, I Gov. Wm. A. Barstow, Itichardson if Co., Burdick, Williamson Ur.f Clark, Chancellor Lathrop, Simeon Mills, B. F. Hopkins, A. A. "ird, L. C. Draper. REMINGTON JOHNSON. Attorneys ftt Law and Solicitors in Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of the Capital House, Mswlison, Wis. II. UEM1NGTON, 3. W. JOHSSON, THOMAS CLARK, Retail Grocrrn, AVASUE MADISON. Wis. STRETCHED LEATHER BELTING. rpin? imbKribcM havu become agents for the sale a I Patent stretched leather belting, and will al- ways :teep on hand a full assortment of widths. 'Ihey wil. also orders for Vnlcm Plniiinjr Machine. HI! Schcuk'a Portabl With AND FOil Medicinal uml other purposes, such as t'Ul Coniac Brandy, Vintage, ISiT, (hi, Co. Cham. Dupag A Sei-.-nettc, 1'ort Wiiw, Maliiea Vine, iwect. 1 Holland Uiu. A No. 1. do do do do Ohio WhisUcy, fur pale by H WEED EBE1HARD IVE just received n large aii'l fresh supply of Stand- COMPETITION USELESS WITH A T T C M T I THE BANNER STORE M c n- MADISON, WISCONSIN, JUO .-9, s 1855., Nl! READ' THIS THROUGH. [S now receiving at the Banner Store, two doors below the Post Office, direct from New York, the very best stock f Goods ever offered in the city of Madison. ha Post Office, direct from New York, the very ods ever offered in the city of Madison. sive Stock may be found the following, which he will es cheap as "nyy man dare sell this .id. of Nebraska, DRY GOODS Dress Silks Hoods, Shelf Hardware and Fancy Goods Bennetts, Crockery and Paila, Wooden-ware, Tobacco and Nails Glassware, Putty and 'Sash Cheaper than uver for Produce or Cftih 1000 pair of Hoo-.s and shoes, Cheap as dirt no charge for the new GROCERIES. Calicoes, Log Chains and Silk, _ Oooil as the cheap as akim milt Carpenters' Tools, Sugars and Teas, Knives and forks for eating with ease. Axes made by Daviea Collins, Spades and Shovels by Ames i Kolllns, Scissors, Orind-StoniiB Bitts, Molasses, Hraas Kettles and Mitts. PIIIS. llli THE CZAR TAKEN At LAST! Russia Surremlers, ard Works, amoni; which an: Hohn's celehrated I.ilirnries, llnhn's Standard Library, J'.'tliii's Scientific Library, I'.i.hn'-i Antiiiuariaii Ijihrary, I'.nhn's Classic-.il hooper's Novels, uuinplutu, 33 volumes, Little 1: edition Urilish 50 Quincy's WrithiKS ciMiii'lcto, 17 vols. All the above for sale the set or separately; R larj-c lot of Poema, Novels, ami standard Literary orks not h.ducled in Ijic above. Jan30 HYER'S HOTEL, On Jeflersoti St., between the Capitol and the Catfish. MADISON, WISCONSIN. rril-is new Uriel; Hotel, has been built by the Subscribe I ill-- accommodation nf guests, in a sty and suited to their BimPvrt and convenience. Tin public nre r-.-spi-etfiilly invited tu call. Iv.r il'l V 111' Wt-Pk. D. R. HYBK. Augurs, Tennon-Saws and Hope, Hats, Caps, Watches and Soap, Droad Cloths, OimWets and Wicking, Jack-Knives, Java, Coffee and Ticking. Dog Chains, Wood Saws-anrt Drills, Ten Shilling Hats und Coffee Mills, Rnxors, Pfii-finnery and Glass, Fish hooks, and Paint Clasi. READY MADE OTHING. Pants, Dress, Frock and Over Coats, Curry drabs, to provender-and Oats, Hay Pilch Varks and Scoops, Liullcs.. SIIOOHS for gravy or soups 1 Plane Irons, Fish, and Porcelain Kettles: To make all smoV.h and cook well your victuals. His Stock's the best and cheapest by fur Also, Shirts, Cnmllewickiug und lar. TauUec Unl Traps nnd 4 cent C'ulico. Locofoco Matches, Jews Harps and Ladies' Cheap Gloves, wnmu'.ted to sail, and Pins, Scotch S-.iufTand Twist, The Best anil Cheapest iu town on the list. Treason, OodHsh nnd two-shilling Caps, Castvear's Alniiu-.nci anil Nebraska 1 Thealiove is n-.-.haif the Bnnner Store can boast. Where Tor tlu least yon can buy the most. GRAND AFTER-PIECE. Treemen, tlie Banner Store shall not be undersold, Tor Love nor or gold These facts are ntuUwn let let all rely npon, For further come and trade with Sla.lisiou.1851. vl-.HO S.FHOXN. HAYING located permanently in the truly beautiful town o Madisou, where Nature has left nothing un- done that could add to the beauties of lannscape sceneryi. and where a just appreciation of the advantages of art, as well as of science, seems to be thoroughly implanted, and growing up in the miQst of the people, .especially, among those who possess that spirit of progress, nnd refine ment so indlspensibly necessary in building up a great city we therefore would say.to the Ladies and Gentlemen of thi the public .generally, that our morns ma The zound in BRUEFS BLOCK, 4th story, on the same floor with ths Huseitm, (now bthifr fitted up In superb style, .with numerous additions niJ im provements, where an hour may be very profitably spem in viewing a fair representation of the many natur pro duc'.i'-ns and curiosities of the "Great West." In addition io a large and very high SIDE LIGHT, for general use, we have also a splendid SKY-tlGHT :n the Museum moms, at ur command; much jirger than any other Miuli.un, but we think not sufficiently large to adr.iit of bjius used wichuns. a combination of other, and cross lights, which, although readily obtained, would be very inartsiic, and much hehiml the age; and therefore, for the present, or until circum- stances will permit us to obtain a much larger, anil IxjtttM nrrasjud SKY-LIOHT, than any yet found inTHIS STA'JtE: ws shall continue to use our excellent KID1S LIGHT, which is every day producing as many of oar citizens can beor witness HOT EftUALLED ITS TEE WESTEHH MARKET BASKETS! Wliile speaking of light, will here modestly remark, thu' a mere beg-imier in the Daguerreotype art, who lias hail the proper instruction, ought to know better tl.iiu to miver- tise.'nnd we often notico in the Sky- and Side-light for It is vve'.l understood triii; artist, that only one direct light can bo used with an artistic or ilusfmblo elTect. Anil, believe, it now generally understood by tlia muss, that the great seer of successful dagur.'uotyping consists, in thorough lerl-e of the eflects of properly arriinging and blending fjIGHTnml SHADE, as Light is the great principle which the Dagnerrcotype impression is produced.. It is 'i-ith ,'i degree of pleasure tluit we acknowledge- thut our opix-'raUlins thin IV.v in JlniJison, have our most sanguine expectations; having been, in 11. great measure, conhned to taking FAMILY GkOUPES. and lame plate pictures, not only show the taste of citizens, in the village and country, but war- rants future success to the operator. All th-: styles of Daguerreotypes, found in cnst- ern citias. and at eastern prices, may be obtained iit this Gallery; including the Stereoscope, Crayon, Jtagie back ground. Also, pictures of. Ml juu nji beiiii! over, ami the votes all counte.1 out, it is the subscriber's ex-olV.uio duty to make known to the citizens of Madison, and in the suburbs round about, that the __ A a 'STORE, on St., in the new Build- ing, opposite the Madison Hotel, Is jviat place -.o purchase IE' kept by the day or week. "2Ttf NEW BOOKS AT DURRIE'S! Third Gallery of T.iterury 1'ortraits T'Later the author of "Owl creek Letters" >r.ther Clark, or the I'ionecr Kullou's Dollar Monthly and cekly Pictorial U.-lie's Ladle's Gazette of I'aris ami London lasbions Knickerbocker, I'ntiiam, Harper and other Month- supplies of Life of Greclcy M .-Courtship, I'.v Wyckoff liarnum, Ruth Hall and id'i May, received by Kxpress B A RNUMT are iJl gone-price T.TJREIE8. French China Ware. TWO MORE of those beautiful French China Tea left and for sale cheap, at GUILD'S. Iieccmbcr 15. A new article TOSS of Thompson's pure Lead, and five Tons of (juiw M'hitc 'f-mc 1'aint, for sale at 10 _____ THE RECORDED WILL, or Truth and Fic- tion, remarkably illustrating the case of Divine Providence. TJ 'few bupplies, Bayard Taylor's Travels, Ida Miiv Bardum's Autobiography, Fudge Doings, 4-c received this day Madison Bookstore. MiHH D. "Wright's celebrated Corn 1-nUlvi.tar A Kood assortment on hand and for sale v' UUI" b________T1BBITS Si GOKDON. ARTICLE OF Slir iust received from the Mendotah Mitli J KNimN k SMILIB Just Received uuri for Salel A LOT of MACKEREL, by kit, barrel or pound, Also TURKEYS, CHICKENS AND GEESE other thing too nuraberous to mention, Which may be found at Cash Store i TSW UKKRIOKRATOBS for those who want to "tee; fot mt TUOMAS ClARK'S "VAHOK Invoice ot the very lutoat mid .most fashioua ju.t received "id 'or Mle by n HAyEg vvit'K Jayne'a Medicines, Louden Sloan's Met! Townsend' Mwlielnes, .f value, ajpa Christie's dvanic Belt Liver Oil, ahd ever Oil by barrel WIBOHT'S GB90ER1E f all SuRiirs, Brown and Fine; Mo- IMSSUS, Hyi-upn, Dried Fruits, incy Cookinj! lixtrnc-.s, Ptaisiiis, Ginger, Spices, Salera- tus, SUu-ch, Candles, Soap, BUTTER AND CHEESE, 'amphene, Winter-Strained Oil, Burning Fluid, fyc., FAMILIES SUPPLIED Vith all kiatls of Sruueries, Wheat anil Buck Wheat Corn Meiil, Butter, Lanl, Cheese, "Vege. tables, frtonc, and Wooclun i'lour, Oats, Corn, All heavy E WORLD CARPENTER'S UNIVERSAL ROTARY FORCE PUilP! TIIK TJNDEBSIUNEn, Imving purchased the exclusive risht to rnanufacturii and sell PAT KNX CNIVE11SAL IWTAllY TOUCE For the State of Missouri, re prepared to sell the State, County or town rights, n said 'erritory. Thia Pump is the most simple, compact, and f anything of the kind ever in use. It vi peculiarly adapt d to Cisterns, Wells, detp Mines, and in fact to any par to which a force or'lift pump may be required. It is Iso well adapted to purposes of Fire Engines, It is rotarv, and of globular form, and may be worked iv hand or power. One of theaa Pumps, occupying no more room than a half bushel basket, is capable ot throw- ng water from 75 to 100 feet high, sufficient to answer all he purposes of a 1'irc- Engine, in any Machine Shop or Factory. Its cost is considerable less than any other kind Pump, of eipaal capacity, and tha Patentee offers S1OOO to any one who will discover a pos- sibility of this Pump getting out of Order. Unless worn out or broken by some extraordinary pow- not nectssary for its'propulsion. Sor filling Water Tanks, for Rail Koad use, and for washing decks of Vessels, Steam boats, Ac., .these Pumps present superior advantages over ail others. The public, and all others interested, arc invited to call, and examine a WORKING MODEL, of one of the CARPENTER Pumps, now in the Store of the Undersigned THE PU-ttPS ARE WARRANTED to come up fully to the recoramendntions. Madison, Jan. 29, 1855. and Public or Private Buildings, without reversing tlit PoMCSsins ;i full sett of.the choicest instruments that tlie woi'li'i and other i'acilities to cori-esijond, tujrelln-r with a th'iroui'h pnicticiil sxperiuncc, no elVart shuli be to make this Gallery w irthy of its name and loca tio'i. and believe these efforts will be appreciated. Those wishing to professionally in the practice nl tins us'fill, und beautiful art, can here be furnishci( with all the necessary apparatus, and receive such instructions- US will warrant success in'operating. NECESSARY REMARKS: Those wishing large plate, pictures, will save time by irivinj; nolice it day previous to sitting. sitting fur pictures, will please avoid Ught-'ulne 01 pink ili-esses. Emfirmdery, Lace Work or Ringlets, ado muck to ike beauty of Daguerreotype Pictures. 0s Pictures of smnll children, or family Croupes will small children, taken only in weather, between th. h.nirs of 10, A. Jl. and i 1.'. M. Operators wishing tu ir.nke purchases, nre invited to cal and examine our stock of malerUls, and sippar atus, before 0. A. JOHNSON Madison, Jan. 15, 1855. S. R. FOXE'S   th heart, and conscience u men with a and pou'er ti ti be misunilersto.xl, bu I are also clothed in such chaste ..i ilegunt language astobe most valuable as contribution i mi.hijrliesti.rder of CAMILLE, cf, the fate of a Coquette.- B; Alexander Dumas. last book from the pen ef Dumas, has create i prcateilagreat sensntionin Paris, as it wiU undoubt. .llv lere, it has already bi'en dramatizeJ by Sliss Davcnp >r i md jierformed by her withgreat success." LIFE OJV THE ROAD. Complete in oner, lume, with illustriations. The ab. jus received from N. Y., ttr JOB ALL THE PtJBPOBES OFA FAMILY PHYSIC THBRB has long existed a public demand, for an effective piirgative pill which coiilil be ielied on as sure and perfectly aafe in its operation. .1 This has been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten- sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shoivrt with what success it accomplishes the purpose designed. It ia easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to make the best of all pills one which should hare none of the oWcctions, but all the advantages, of every other. This has been attempted here, and with what success we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that.almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow- els. Thia is not. .Many of them produce so riiuch griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance the good to be derived from them. These 'pills produce no irritation or. pain, Anlesa it arise from a previously existing obstruc- tion or derangement, in the bowels. Being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their usetm any quantity but it is better that any medicine :should be taken judicioiisly. Minute directions for their use in the several diseases to which they .are ap- plicable are given on the box. Among plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap- petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side and Loins; for, in truth, all these are but the con- sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cos- tiveness, Piles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof- ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body, Ulcers and impurity of the blood; in short, any and every case where a purgative is. required. They have also produced some singularly suc- cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare the system for the change of seasons. An occasional do'se stimulates the stomach and bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe- tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by their stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno- vate the strength of the body, and restore _ the wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even though no serious derangement exists; but un- necessary dosing should never be carried too far, as every purgative medicine reduces the strength, when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which a physic is required cannot be enumerated hero, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every body and it is confidently believed this pill will answer a better purpose than any thing which has hitherto been available to mankind. When then- virtues are once known, the public will no longei doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a cathartic medicine. Being sugar-wrapped they are pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use m any quantity. For minute directions see wrapper on the Box. J'REPAKED BY JAMES C. AYEE, Practical and Analytical Chemist, LOWELL, MASS. Price 25 Cents per Box. Jive Boxes for it FEL10W rumored about the the'.Country for several said' rumor has settled dow.ii into of which hundreds of "cur- "affidavits" can be procured, that the' FARMER'S STORE! the-plaue to purchase cheap for cash1. GROCERIES! AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. All kinds of Family Groceries'constantly ready for delivery to such customers aa wish to PGRCHAE CHEAP! A largB supply of Brown Sugar, as well as finer qualities, >y the barrulor pound. A first-rate article of Coffee, by lie sack, or small quantii Molasses, Syru; JLIGHT IN DARKNESS: tamp Oil; Burning Fluid, In any quantity, Oheap for the ready. TO GLAZIERS, PAINTERS, Unseed Oil, White Lead, Glass, Putty, Saah, as well as most kinds of FARMING TOOLS, Coarse aiid Fine Salt, in large or small quantities. FARMERS BRING..ON YOUR WHEAT, Tlie Subscriber always pays the highest market price for Wheat, and all kinds of farmers' Produce, suitable for Shipping. Good Marketable Batter Wanted! For which the highest market price in cash will be given. Also, harvertof the' from- eight Mate AgrteiriHiral- baing every one at which, itwaj I.i of .the JUajjersVeVt.-BSsi and in Canada with almost unifom'satifacttoa. alterations and- favorable reputation of I'irst Premiums, every Sftir.but OIK It ,whkh. following Agricultural Societies: Wriyiie aSilTur t trial. Pennsylvania State, Mt. Holly, New Jersey, Missouri State, Southern Central, .1 Illinois State, Rock County; "Wit., LaSalle Co., Den Moines County Valley of Virginia, Talley-of Virginia, Delaware, Philadelphia >ly Canada Wost. Norfolk Butler County, Ohio.. Moaoaf ahel Wisconsin S Valley of VlrflnU Kenosha A "JDIscrettoinry" Award.. r- i'.-.; Tut MECHANICS' Chicago, and Institute, of Philadelphia, also awardcd.lt Uwlr miums, and the latter also i. their Commlttiee, on Science and Arts, to try In the'harvsit field. The result given in their report, this of the "SCOTT LKGAC V is second to no prwti; utn in the United States. At the New York Crystal Palace, (the'Tf Committee oil Agricultural Implements awarded it first a SILVER MEDAL, and another awnrdei it" a Bronze Medal for .a sltcanit al Device. This year I hare built 309, all of which, together with a number left over last year, have been sold, except a few which reached thei r destinations too late. They are scatter r pouiiu. A nrst-rate articie or (Joflee, the sack, or small quantity: Tea, by the chest Or pound, f llneteen have uot ips, by the gallon or barrel. expectations of purchase, have at this PORK WAIVTED! Tin; subscriber wishes to contrast for Pork enough to feed Her troops the next five the same, or and if the farmers really apprcciate-.their interests, as well as the wants oftbeDritish Queen, they ill bring their Pork ami Produce to the Farmer's-Store vherc tncy can take in exchange, or such Family ..Ti-oeeries as they desire, as cheap as anybody this aide ol .iunrlmvn dare sell them Uemember the new Stone Building oppo- site the Madison Hotel. D. M. KICI1A11DSON. Madison, Nov. 25, 1854. n21tf heard of seven beingrelurna.l. i..i v ...I since been worked ny others'-with' entire faaeet; sowluf the fault was not in the Keapcra, but the Iraycn. TVhun'it is considered that the great majority tt have been worked by farmers unaided, very many ot, novel- even saw of Ihtao Keapers till theirs' was reel T, ed; that owing to delay in getting my'knivtt they f mostly received late, giving no opportunity to a quainted'with them beforft putting them at once into th% it is indeed remarkable- that .'thesattefilctUA with the machines is generally so strong. 13" iTunphlet with giving a full accotta of the Keaper, the difficulties and complaints -against Itj.si well as its advantages and successes will be prepared! is the same impartial manner as lest year, just as soon ait hi requisite information can be got from will be supplied to agents and to applicants. Warranted to be a Good Self-Raklnj Reaper. Not only lias It proved to be a good Reaper, but It the hard tabor and expense of. rrikihg off by the work better .than a particularly ia a heavy .cfgy and saves a considerable per cent., by a careful handling of the grain. The timidk-s, too, are deposited: in such good j urder that'l'urmera say cue-fifth to one-third of the arc saved in binding. WARRANTEOTO BE A GOOD MOWER I have attached to a few machines this year, by wity experiment, a wrought iron flnger bar of about fow in breadth, which works well in grass cutting, and I asa now prepared to warrant it as a mower, OWING Sclf-Kukins Keaper, with orders nn receipt of Machine-, 1st Junt-r and Deetisi' her I'rlcu in advance, or in addition the be paid in full upon receipt of the'siacliine.' For tiie.Mowing liar and Knife, must accosapaay tM 'order, on its receipt, and' on 1st June iu advance, on its receipt. If not ordered wRh the Reaper must be paid ia advance. Price of Machine as Si mower, with tlie order, on its receipt, 1st June, and 1st December next, or in advance or OB its receipt. Vor the balance of the Machine to It PEICE OF REAPER, BAR AND EXTRA KM" AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cure of COUGHS, COL OS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. THIS remedy has won. for itself such notoriety from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease, that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi- dences of its virtues in any. community where it has been employed; So wide is the held of its use- fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cares, that almost every section of the country abounds in persons publicly known, who have been restored from alarming arid even desperate diseases of the lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority over every other me'dicine of its kind is too appa- rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are .known, the puolic no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec- tions of'the'pulmonary organs which are incident to our climate. And not only in formidable at- tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties COUGHS, HOARSENESS, and for CHILDREN it is the pleasantest and safest medicine that can be obtained. As it has long been in constant use-throughout this section, we need not do more than assure the people its qxiality is kept up to thebest that it ever has been, and that the genuine article is solu Madison by .1. VV1UOHT: Milwaukee, by J. W HO.HKtKS.iBBQ. Fond du Lac, by. PATIUDGE CO. by All other Druggists. Vlilwankee Mississippi R. R. Now in Operation from Milwaukee.to.- Madi- son, alout 100 miles. Summer Arrangement for 1854. ON AND ATTER MONDAY, MAY 20th, the Trains will run aa follows, (Sundays excepted.) GOIXG WESTWARD: A Pnssenger Trabi will leave Milwaukee at 7.30 A. Arrive at Janesville at 11 A. M., at Madison, the Capitol of .he State, at 1-2.40 1', JI. A Passenger Train will also leave Milwaukee nt S.15 P. M., on the arrival ef tne Boat from Chicago, and arrive at Jaiu'svillc and Madison the same evening. GOING EASTWARD: A Passenger Train will leave Madison, for the present at S A. M., anil Janesville at 5 A. M., and arrive at Milwan- (jc at S.30 A. M., in time for the Morning Boat for Chi- ago. A Passenjrer Train will also leave Madison at 1.30 P. M., nd arrive at M hvaukee at T P. Mi, in time to connect with he livening Uout fur Chicago, which will commence run- ing on or before the 10th June. Treiglif run each wnr, every day; the entire length of the road. GORDON. G EEAT REDUCTION in the pricee of Brochn, Long Shawls, at GUILD'S. COME "HO] THE PUBMC, THAT IS TO SAY, those who eat, and arc in the habit of get ting hungry, should know that a superb EATING SALOON, IB wellfltted up, and filled with all the choice luxuries thai such mi establishment should contain. Ill the Basement of Fairchild's Block. SHELL CAN OYSTB3 Constantly ;on land, at or d nrveup (justoroors may desire. Medilon, WM. Highly Important to Fanners. THE OJJ1Y FAB.MEHS' IKS CHANCE COM .PAST IN THE WEST. THE MEADISON MUTUAL Located at Madison, Wis. DURKIAl'S c. MadiaonBook B O V E E' Pinckney street, Madison, GEO. E. t. N. BOVEB, MANUPACTUEEES of the worlil renowned Gatai. g Twist Rifles, Double and Single 13a relied Shot Guns. COLT'S WVPLVERS, Allen's self-cocking six barrelled Pistols, Baldwin's elnsdc indented Gun Wadding, Ely's aati-coroslve Caps, forward and back-action Locks, Shot Poaches, Po del- Flasks, Belts, Wad Cutters, Nipple Wrencheav So. Also all kinds of AMMUJIITION-of ,tlie beat quality N. attention paid to jobbing. All work warranted, and done when promised. CHURCH ORGAN FOR SALE. ASEaOlfD'aAffD ij case, 41 octaves ana six stops, oanbe.baught for MADISOK Mr SIC STOftE, TheOrgan has been- used in on of the -few churches, and has enough for any i-i-dlnary ch i.r lecturer. in tho state. It is of a snjct tone nnd ui gtiiiil coua. hn. mXONS of Thompson's pure Lea I, and Kns of Suow White Zinc at Table and Tea Spoons, warranted made of pi re ilOTH'9 Jevrelry Store nPHTS Compauy continues to take risks upon Farm Pro- J_ perty onljvconsistlng of buildihga of all kinds, (beloiig- ng to house-hold furniture, grain jn; stock, at lower rates than most other responsible com- panies. All losses promptly paid at the office as soou.as proof is made thereon. We believe it to he for the interest of the farmers to in- sure by themselves, their property being less hazardous fian any other, consequently you, will have no losses only your.own ot the same class, and all .will.: be.011 equal foot- ing. Kiperience has shown that two-thirds, if not three fourths of all the flres that occur, are upon stores, taverns, mills shops, and such like property. In tKis "compajiy all such property is rejected, positively, by'letting .them, alone. Farmers, loot to your own interest, and insure in a Barm "We have been .doing business a little over three years and we have'not been pbliged.to assessor premium notes and' for the'lait fourteen months, we have not had. a single loss, thoujrh doiug and prosperous srhich we believe to be without a parallel in tna hbfo'ry of Ihsur The best of given as to. the responsibility TKAY-EIiING AGENTS wanted for Iowa indian and Michigan B.E. HOPIISS. Secretary. L. J. Treasurer. C. C. OMK, Oen. Agent.' ITT Stages run in connection with the Cars, to and from he Forest House .and Whitewater to Watertown, Fort Vinnebago, Fond tin Lac, Beaver Dam, I-Ioricon, Wanpun, ind Berlin. Also, from Janesville and Madison to Sank, Baraboo, Oodgeviile, Mineral Galena and Dubuquej irid 'to various other portions of the State. Passengers are ticketed to and from Madison to Chicago it and tu und from .Tanesville to Chicngo at N. B. The price from Slilwaukee to" all Eastern points is he same as from Chicago, which makes the Milwaukee the cheapest by several dollars. EDWARD H. BRQADHEAD, Snp't and Engineer. the, order, to bear interest at 6 per cent, troit :lst January next; and Machines .not ordered in time to.be rcceiTtd a. least 30 days before harvest will not be warranted. Send Orders Early." Nearly the whole trouble with these Reapers this yeai- has been in consequence oC not getting them early enoufh to have them ready before harvest. Machines will be fin- ished ami ready delivery by 1st November, and orders will-thereafter bcsupplied as .fast as possible.. Reaper early; and you will be sure of it when needed, and when a little delay In getting it, or in preparing work, will be very expensive. Though I shall build 700 for next harvest, perhaps more I shall not he able hi supply half the orders unless tbt probable demand is several times over-estimated. J. S. WRIGHT.' "Prairie Farmer" Warehouse, Chicago, Sept. F6R SALE BY TIBBITTS it GORDOX, or.- C. A IJFE OF tritriAM H. SEWARD T 1FB OF 'with ielec'tlohi Inn ijworks, edited by B. BAKElt. ToL 12 mo., Just red by Kxpreii, by 'i' French and Scotch Embrpiderief. i RE now offered, at for about. pricu, consisting of Lace, Muslin, and Cambric ecvvs, Collars. and Underlldkfa, Floundngi, Ladiea call and see. December 16. DUKRIE'S MADISON BOOK STORE! Brncn'c Block, Tfcxt to the State Bank. TJIU SUDSCRIBER would inform his old customers and the public gen- erally, that he-has lately returned from the East, where he has: pur- .cliased o{ the Booksellers 'and im- one of the largest. assort- ments of Books and Stationery. ever brought into this market. Thia stock is now opening, and the attention of Bosk euyera and others n respectfully to the same. The following comprisea n small por- tion of the assortment: Miscellaneous and New Publications. All the new works of the day, with a large variety o Books of established reputation. This stock is believed to complete other estaWisbment'r west of the likes. School and College Text Books, This department is full, anil great inducements offered to country dealers In laying in their stock; leading School Books ac Chicagotind Milwaukee prices. Callana see. _; Mercentile and Fancy Stationery, isiw.' aiid Medical Thla'estanllBJiinent is Uio only one west WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment, BUCKLEY Corner Beach and Lincoln. Streets, OVER THE WORCESTER RAILROAD PiSMNCIR VtTVt, BOSTON, WHOLESALE DEALERS In nil Uie' mott :killdsof l; tlMl.lt Oi which they are sanding into all tparta of, the CniUd'Statet Sout.'i America and the Islands of PKiflo. Also, o the A nice and cheap ard wliich if In freat quarters. From their Ion T experience to, and' turinUM fordoing business, they are confident they ctn m 8ul Arrest of deuleri every where to patroiiin thea. ir adison Music Store. where a full an i complete -BSBMtoienlief :Books in these def: partments can be-, procured. .Arrangtments have been made to furnish with these works PubUih- er's prices. aiid fbyilciiint can.defendjupun supplying without leuding east for them. 'lASOi _______ "f ff tffc'i Generally, of'tha Chickering, llUlett iBrowni'I Prince t Co., Blihopif Child, and IWt are there also. These instnments jrt rooms and other placa whtre an moneys fur for thedr MpuUttlco iliTIJi customers on tbit tHVfc? "e BT'AN'AlUllV.AL by yesterday, the o etc. in the. Madison. Musie very .malerially increased. At the aame time i large addition was made to tVie TlVfOSIO have just received within: the last ten days, 15 tons of assorted American Tire. -10 Swedes' triin. "I-- .Hiiraie Shoe Iron. 5- '2' Which customers wiu.Oo well to caltaud see heforc pa hasi-.i- to Milwaukee. TIUUITS In Store. The large will-be'BoUl cheap for cat h-or approved credit: bwldw PIANOS GITEN AWAY For amah present in fb be agreed' upon at Pusos from other rircd. An experienced and dtolotarwM leeu'for the snfcacrlber any tad7! whose judgment, mu can Iw.i----- ,KornregianT..V. IV Nail flpda. i Assorted K.iu-.id, 'Fiat und' Oc'tagon Cast Steel; OL' 3I3EMBEKS OF .THE LEGISLATITRE pannot better ciire their, .coiisciences, a'ncl pleaae their con; by ttiicihX'Koma to their-families somethitij; iu tile line ot .Xltey' can be nippUed by >Ma'rch M D. HOLT. datwtf Ciuupiiine, 1 Tanners'Oil, Uaotunn OU. at instruments: and many, other, Ursneh itorei. Church aad Musical. reiUbnabla terms. Do nat go further east until yon callcl at isou Uusic Store, for' depend it, Uwn If Be i -ill.'   

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