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   Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin                             Be Sure You're Bight-then VOLUME MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 1, 1854. NUMBER 1. CO., T 13 14, MS: O.VH Y.KAR, .-Six SUYGJVK Coi'v 8 Regular Advertisementa to bo, handed in as eaiv 'ily ns 4 o'clock p, m., to insure insertion iii next .Morning's issue. One' column, per. yaar, Out} sis months, One column, 'three months, Half column, per year, Quarter column, per year, One square1 per year, Business por One square, one insertion, 75 Villugc subscribers will confer a fayorby immediately giving notice at this office, of a fail- ure to receive their papers regularly. The Pub- lishers appreciate pti'iu'luulity In business, and they arc lU'lenhrueil. to observe that both in their news ami job uepartiuenis. retu Ci i tila.c BOOK STORE. 'TT -D -p T -p .U JVlV Jl Jil OULD Respectfully inform the inhabitantg of Madison mid vicinity, that lie.has lately ed from the East, where lib has made ex- tensive .purchases for. Spring. and .summer trade, ,w.h..'c'1. no .BOW his old stand in Ifew :Blo.cfc.. St. His stoek. ilins purchased in reference. .to the .wants of this coiiuy mrity, and will consist in part of the 'Ihllqwliig gooi.i.'i MISCELLB.ITEO'0'S 'WORKS lUl the now publications., of Harper Bro.'s Appleton Co., C, Scribner, and as well as1, u good assortment of 'Cheap by popular- aiutlibrs. -SCHOOL CliASSICAL'.'WORKS.j-.' All 'the kinds in use 'in the. District Schools and the- State University. Church Music Books and Hymn Books -every variety. Juvenile Books and -a very 'large as- sortment. GIFT EMWAM'LY B01IN.O AND BLAKK BOCKS, Of iill kinds and of every Milwaukee Mississippi R, R Now in Operation from Mil wankee to Madison, about 100 Miles. Arrangemeat, for 1854, N 'AFTER MAY, ;fli.o, Trains will run. as follows, (Sundays oxcepted- 301 SlfltOS PIl'IRCM. icting Vice IX il. Secretary of M. L. MAilCV. Secretary of Treasury JA.MKS GU'TH'RTE. of McC LET, LAND. Secretary of JWI'TMIISOX DAVIS. Secretary of 'Nn.vv 'l. D'MSBIN-. Post. Muster Speaker of die linuse LV.N.N BO YD. Unitud Suites Miipriiiuo Court. .jhief .1 ROUEK TA'XI'IV. I In. of j Due Urgent asKorfcinciits ever received in this jjiuimlJti" evcvy description of cap, Folio, Post, Dnwing, Envelope, Tra- cing and '.i'vsi'ue papers, Euvclopes, Ink, 'Blank Cards, Siiiiliiig IVn.x, Steel Pens, 1'or.ttivtios, Quills, vn-riety. o i -.'IOIIX .'I AM MS M'. .'1 01 IX CATUOiS', P.iCTKI.1 .1.) s A MI no i, .Ni'ivo.N, KOiSKKT C1UKK, BKN'JAMI'X K, 'llt'.i'LSS. Rubber, Banker's C.-U'OS and every Mercantile ami .Kaney Stationery. j A ve'ry assortment, eiglit a roll am upwards boon iniKjO-to furnish iirticle wiuita.1, not on.band, from the east, am at nuch .jw cannot but, lu; satisfactory every one. llAKSTi W. Lieut. T, IVKU'l.S, j Sooiv.iary of T. OKAY. II, .'IANBSKN. i B, .SMITH.'. j "vSuperu.teiik'tit Public, Ins.----I m.lA.M A. 'iVHlGHT 'Bank M. DH.NS'i'S. fvi.son VY. STAHtS. i I'l'J monthly advance of publication Subs.- tptio.'is received aud sent to any part of the couiitry. It is inlendcfl "to -jisp.lce tlife cst-ablisltnient infe- rior to non.o In. this country, and such as wil commend itself to all, persons .wanting anything i.Uri'his department of 'business..- Call and examine for'yourself'before purchas- ing elsewhere. vln'l; imiee EDWARD V. W ll D; SMITH', T. JAM'IW R. DOOUT IT. LI-nT. III'. CH.VKUiS If. IV. TfMOTIlV HOWE. V. M. M. COTMIWiV. VV'YtlAM K.NOWLTOX. H. Scutitors. TflWHV of Iowa county. I'. of Milwaukee. fi Jii. in ifl' BRUKS'S MODEL i rtmerit of 10 Bicilodcous, 108 in hif and U. S.. Jitipj'oi D.VNIKL AVICI -LS, Jr., of BEX C. KAMTM.AN, of Pla.tteville, HI. JOHN B. MACV, of FoiM.ldi.iLac. Stalo Society. iou'nty .I. P. A.TIVOOD. .K'VU'N' H. SV.'H.VT. leYk-of lerk B'd B J ORNSEH. W1LLHT S. MAI.N. j Generally. best Mu.nutacuire.rs i the. Union, have sum-pies of their work there. Chickeriug, Hullett Davis, Lemuel Gilbert, Woodward Levon.Miitts, of Boston, arr j Sou, of New Yoi'k, are -all' eontributers to his stock of Plums. Prince Co., are there also., These instruments arc -not found in A.uctiou rooms, ivnd other' where forced ,-ulos are uiude to raise money for the makers, for their reputation ahvay.-; commands customers on iho maiiuf'icturoo' owu. terms. They are all. for at. factory and warranted satisfactory. Pi.usps other' ilanufactories can nished if .desired. Aii cxporiuuced and disintcrest-ed agent in New' York .selects fin- the stilecviber a.ny style and priced iiiKtraniout .-yyhofio judgmout} musical skill and. confidence can bo placed. .New Slieet Music Received Weekly, S''ihl at prices, and sent by.mail free of riosta.'1'o. osccnting A U' SAM "I i ML IT. ROYS. ANDlllOW BISII'OP. Oilitjcrs.of Town, of Madison. 'It. .LEWIS, SOMifcll.lS, 1 J. TULL. Town JAS. DONN15LLON, E MILLS, i GlilO. VV, OAKLEY, C.'ALBEE, MI'lYBRPlllENP, M- TreasuEor---'DAKvyJNCLAllK. Marslud-i-l. :K; BROWN.: L IS'tfiTvvT Vice ACUIMVjettEtlMs I''iHI E'ZicfS. Italian -iiiK-ll'1 other 'Violin Strings. Guitar and Bass Viol Strings of the bast. quality. Violin' and parts of Bertha's '-'Hunter's and other instructiow books., for, all instruments, and many other articles in the inusi'c usually found .in such stores, kept id ways o'n- hand. supplied upon" the most reasonable terms. D'b'not go you ha'-vo calleil at, S the -'Mi'idisoii. Mi'isiC'-iStore, .for, depend, upon -it, use. in it., ,D. IJ'QLT. uo 'AUGUSTUS F. MARK MILLER. TALBOT C. DORSMAN. 0EOKOE 0. TIFFANY. w at.'his: Sto're, King Street, (lirectly from, the .Eastern Cities, the largest Stock of' Ever irideivert iii ".'the of coin prising, a 'full pf 'everything ju his line. WiMwgfi. Stock ,qf cji be sold at the lowest rates, WKolesMe and Retail, ftp I Tons of Snow 'VVldte Zinc Paint, -.i.M. pitre BABRELS best Whale Oil by barrel or gallon, at WBTOH'FP. A Passenger Train will leave Milwauke at A. at Janesville at 11 A. at Madison, the Capitol: .of the 'State, at Passiehger Train willalso leave Milwaukee at on the arrival of the Boat from Chi- and arrive at Janesville and Madisbn the ''GO'J.NG EASTWARD s A Passenger; Train Will .leave Madison., for the present at A., and Jaiiesvilie at 5 A. M and arrive in; Milwaukee >t 8. 80 A M., in time for the' 'Morning Boat for 'Chicago. will also leave Madison at 1. and Janesville S. .30 P. M., and arrive at Milwaukee at 7 P. in time to con nee t with the Evening; Boat for Chicago, which will "commence 'miming on or before June 10th. .Sfivi.jgSit 'Traiiia A'Eina way every thiy, i'faf jlSactis'C of thr. Waff" Stages run in connection with the CDTS, to i.ntl. from the House and Whitewater to Fort Winnebago, Pond du Lac, Bea- ver Dam, Helicon, and Berlin. Also "from Janesville and Madison to Sank, Bamboo. .Dodgeville, ..Mineral Point, J1o.re.nce. aaleiia and to various other por- ions of State. ticketed to and from Madison O (jhie'ago aud to and from Janeeville to Chicago at N. B. The price .from Milwaukee' to. all Eastern points is the same as from Chicago, which makes tho by several dol- lars. 'EDWAKD H. vl.no and Engineer. MigMy.. Important to Fariaers. TH.K 'EXCLUSIVE. INSTJIIIIKCB oosi- PANT IN 'i.HE' TVEST, Madison, THIS Cismpany.continues to take.risks upoji 'Farm.Property only, Wild' ings of all kinds, (belonging to Jibuse- holii furniture, grain in barns, live stock, fyu., at low-er rates than most other responsible com panics; office as soon as proof is made-thereon. "Wo Relieve it to be for the interest of the far- mers iff insure by themselves, their- property lie- ing less -any other, .consequently you will have no losses' only your o'wn- of the same class, all will be on equal footing. Experience has shown that two-thirds, if not three fourths of all the fires that occur are upon stores, taverns, mills, shops, and such like prop- erty. In this company- all such property is ro- jected rosiTiYJSi'jy, LET'WNI; THEM AT.ONE.. Farmers, look to .your own interest, and insure in a, .'Fanner's .Company. We have been doing business a little over thrco V'.ears, and we have -.not been obliged to assess our premium.notes, and for the we not hud u single dollia' loss, though do- .ng a large and prosperous business, which we x'iieve to be without a parallel .in. the history ol .nsuranoe. The best' of -references givea as to the responsi- bility of the company. AGENTS Wanted for Wisconsin, Miiiuesota, Illinois, Indiana and "Michigiin. N. W; DEAN, President B. -.y. HOPKINS, Secretary C C OLIN, Gen. Agejjt. L..J. vTri'5' (Md! Gold Gold THE following, new goods have just been received and are for sale at to 160 200 60 to 80 28 to 85 40. to 80 85 to 50 50 18 to 100 5 to 40 10 to 50 3 to To J AT NEW YORK 1MUCES C-old Chronometer Watches, Gold .Hunting Levers from Gold Magic Watches English Gold Levers from 'Gold Bctached Lever Watches Gold Hunting Detached Levers Gold Hunting Lepine Watches Ladies.'Enamelled Gold Watches Other varieties of Gold Watches All kinds of Silver Watches All kinds of Gold Plated Watches Twenty-five varieties of Gold Seals Twenty varieties.of Gold Pob Chains 15 to CO Gold 10 to To Diamond Breast Pins 15 to 200 Gentlemen's Signet 11 ings B to If) Ladies' l''inge.r Kings 8 to 15 Together with ,ti splendid assortment of ever variety of Gold Jewelry. 1 LEG-ANT Gold Brncoiets from to each at Jewelry Store. GOLD Pins and Pencils from to at -____ __ ROTH'S Jewelry Store. END.i.D Setts of Jewelry, comprising a '-J Bracelet, Breastpin and frow to f-loJheJSett, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store'. ORTMON1ES of every style and price, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. JXILVER Plated Ware of J at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. rjTEJ'JL Cutlery .for the superor 3_ article, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. mid Silver Spec.taolcs. Every variety JST for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. JiJSrTLKMEN'S Pookct'.Kni very supo BT i'ior article, and a great variety, varying in jes'from to each, at __ Jewelry .Store. -H 'splendid1'article, for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. CLOTHING of Central Wisconsin, COKNEU 01-' KKNG AND STS.-----MA! ISOX. ARE now in the receipt of their large ;u> fashionable stock of 2 j; M..> Of the first being of their own ture, also every description"  Spices, ElaVoriug Raisins, E" ...Malaga Wines Pale Dark warranted purej for medical pur- flses WRIGHT'S. j's 'Medicin.es ,'Lou- _.JL 'Medicines', Sai'sapa'rillas, loan's Radway's Christie's }alvanic Belts, Grafl'enburgh Klediciries, Bmr ett'B! Cod 'Liver Oil, andi every-, i btheii of value, at .WRIGHT'S. BE EST '-CO ACH, and" tracts from 25 cents per bottle upwards, at ever in this .market, now .opeping- at nl! a'iid'.'Brnssittri at Phalon's Hair Livigerator, and .all other for the hair, at WRTG-HT'S, for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. AD.IEJ5' Reticules for Hale at ROTH'S Store SILVER Guard and Fob ROTIPS Jewelry Store. fa. and purcliascrs at the lowest Eastern prices, wiili diiference. of transportation. His stock: will ombivjco a. assortment of and Horticultural Imple- ments, All of the best together with a very large stock of 1.VI.-J1J1KI1K, MASONS, MTU. WRIGHTS, AND VV7.GUN MAKICHS TOOLS. He is nlso Agent for, ;uid will keep constantly on. t-l mill's Patent JRorhiff Mil chines with Augurs iinrl Chisels Su.mie.rson Cfle.i'iraletl Jicncli. Pl'ti.ncs. Tln.scin w.-iutwf House 'fr.iinnmigs and Builders' Hni'dware, are invited txi call and examine his _______________ stock. O-lkVER Plated Sugar Bn-skets. a-new .'irtiolo, BLACKSMITHS wil] always find him well suo- t-5 at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. pbecl with'Iron of nil kinds, Hor.se Slices, .............................-----_.. J'a.sps. Wroi-'i'lit Bolls, Nut.s and AVuslicry, iuV.iiix. l .ljuttcr oolcrs, a new article, ROTH'S Jewelry Store. 2 .ILVERl'litted Tea, Setts, of six piecesTa beauT tiful article, at ROTH'S Jewelry'Store. 1LLVER sood assortment at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. ROTH'S Jewelrv Store. Tools ABIES' Pans of all kinds, from to for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. to Among which umy be- Anvils, Vi- Edgcd the best cos, Slednics, l-L-inimerp. Stocks and Dies, Rasps, rnzor ever manufactured, for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. TNASMUCH -.is there has been a great deal said lately about setting goods 'at cost and hum lugging generally, we deem it our duty to say to OUl' COHS'tiluvnis ivi ttwcl tl-ic cuJJtiuu- nity in general, that we. are not .GO QOS AT COST But we do say, and can. prove the we will .do better -by you'than tliose who oiler to sell at cost! The idea is perfectly, absurd that a, man should work for nothing and board himself when wheat is worth One Dollar per bushel, and. other things in. proportion. The fact'is, we can sell ,1.6 Ibs. Java Coffee for41, 26. Ibs. best.Nails for.62 1-2.cents, 25 yards bleached Mus) in for Jj-il, 40 Ib'sV Sugar for Real; for125 cts. per yard, AIL.Wool for Me per.yard, Best Merrinmck Prints for i cts. per heavy Sheeting, 44, at 4 cts. per y Ju-d, Bestoiirjlysion Teii for 1'5 cts. per 'perand. 'JSut dedr 'friend, we shanri-'do such iiig-T'ii would have: to steal from or ;livc. will say tliat.we have a better asspjtmen't'pf .goods you can find-In any'ifour ancl are Wene'rally'' 'a, s'up'eridr qua! all we ask is iln -the- languiige 'of one. :of old, Sound., Clear the track we come, we come DANALDSOSf TREADWAY, Files, Nippers, .He will keep coiista-ntly on band a 1 urge stock of TOOLS AND TRIMMINGS. GUNSAn.'1'HS w'.l! find in his slock -any :-.i every tiling in the way Tools and tlnit pertain to their.busiiicss. And for the uccou-irni.tlatiou of SPOBTSMEF, And those who may visit the beautiful portioi i.: country in the vicinity of Madison, as a siinini'.-i retrent, he will :i viiriety of Double -iud Single Barrel Gnus, Rifles, Pistols, Re- volvers, Spin-ling and' t'ishirifj; Ajiparal.us. Choice selections of English and American, Ta- ble and Pocltet -Silver .Pl-jtc-d, (lerifitin Silver, and Ware, of all descriptions, together with an altnoM endlisss variety of MISCELLANEOUS GOODS, Sjuch Soli's, Platform and Count' r Scales, Cistern.and Chain Pumps, (with VVlicels, Corelftjtc of all kinds, and hi t'l.'i everything that pertains lo the Hard ware coniprisinif one of -he most extensive iri the State; The Stock is entirely new, having been selectC'i with the greatest re, from' Mamilachirers and Tmpoi'ters, and will be sold for Cash as LOW, or LOWfiR than can be bought elsewhere in the 'West Farmers, Mechanics, Builders And all .others, ore respectfully requested to call and examine Good and Prices, whicli will be cheer- fullyand freely Orders will e prompt and careful atten- tion,   

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