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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin Till DAILY Be Sure You're Right-then BOOK STORE, MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 2, 1854. NUMBER Co., T TB R M S t ONK Six SINGLE Regular Ad to be handed in Uy as 4 o'clock p.m., to insure insertion M i .morning's issue. AOVKRT'lSINe-TJE'ttMS 1 W' O'ULD esp of Madison.and vicinity, thathe- has.lately from the East, where he has made SSpSha.es for 'the Spring 'trade, which lie ib now opening at his old Bruen's Hew Block. .aB-co, per year, -One-column, sis. months, i three mouths, i Half column, per year, Quarter column, per year, One square per year, Business card, per One square, one insertion, Village subscribers will confer a favor by .immediately -giving notice at this office, of a, fail- 'to receive papers regularly- The Pub- Ushers- in business, anil they are observe that virtue, both the wants of this community, part Of .the. following, goods MISOELLAKTS10.US WORKS All the new publications of Harper Bro.'s D. Appletoft Co., C, Soribher, and others, as well as a good assortment of Cheap Publications, bj popular authors. SCHOOL AND CLASSICAL WORKS All the kinds in use in the District Schools and OFFICIAL 3DIRJBCT ORY and Hymn variety. T Juvenile Books and; a very large af- sortment. ANNUALS AND GIFT BOOKS, FMHJ4.S'n.y liOCND IIJ.USTBA'i'BD. BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, Of all kinds and of every description, on VVorlis Milwaukee Mississippi B. oW in Operation from Milwaukee to jffiadisoH, about 1OO Miles. Summer Arrangement, for 1854. N A.ND AFTER MONDAY. MAY 20TFI, _ the Trains will run as follows, (Sundays exoeilted WESTWARD: A Passenger Train will' leave Milwauke at 7 A. at Ja'wesville at'11 A. at Madison, the Capitol of ifee State, at 1'2. 40 P M 'A Passenger Train vtriill fclso leave Milwaukee at 5 15 P. M., on the the Boat from Chi- cago, and arrive at Jwaesvaie and Madison, the same'evening, GOING EASTWARD A Passenger Ttaia wiil leave Madison, for the present at 3 A. ML, aad -Janesville at 6 A. M and arrive Milwaukee at 30 A M., m time for 'the Mkmiiag Boat for Chicago. A Passenger Tt-aiti will also lea.ve Madison at 1. P and-Jivnesyille at. S. 30 P. M., and m-ri've atMilwa.iikee.at 7 B. in time to con test with the Evenirig Boat for' Chicago, which, will commence scanning on-of before June lltl "1 -1 In the department of ,PMt Master One of the lar-rest assortments ever received m this description ot lools- cap, -Polio, Post, Drawing, Envelope, Ira- ting and Tissue papers, Envelopes Ink, Blanl Cards, Scaling Wax, Steel Pens, Poi-tfallots Quills Rubber, Banker's Cases; and every -o Mercantile and Fancy Stationery. the Iriited States Stiprem.c WAYNE, 'JlMfNCATllON, rKTK-U'V.; DANIEL, SAW.U.EI. B. C j .assortment, eight cents a roll sine been made to furnish ever article wanted, not on hand, from the east, an i prices as cannot but be satisfactory t I every w.e- the JVC Ttength of the 33T Stages W-n. in. 'connection, with the Cars, to and from'the Forest Hoase and Whitewater to Fort Wkwiebago, Fond du Lac, Dam, HericoiK, Waa.pun, and Berlin. from Ja-nasville and Madison to Sauk, Baraboo, Dodgevilla, Mineral Point, Floi-euce, Gsitena and aad to various other por- tions -of the State. Passeaspers are ticketed to and from Madison to at and to and Janesviile to Cihicago at N B price from Milwaukee to all soints is QIC as from Chicago, which makes the Milwaukee the toy several dol- hrs. H. BROABHEAD, Sap't 200 60 to 80 28 to 85 40 to 80 85 to 50 50 18 to 100 5 to 40 10 to 50 8 to 15 XAventy-iivi; wj. Twenty varieties of Gold Fob Chains lo to oO Gold Guard Chains Diamond Breast Pins 15 to 200 Gentlemen's Signet Kings to 1 o Ladies' 'Finger Kings to lo Together with a splendid assortment ot ever variety of Gold Bracelets from to J- each at StOTC.__ Pins and Pencils from ljji3 to at ROTH'S Jewelry Store._ H. FRIEND BUG'S' CLOTHING EMPORIUM of Central Wisconsin, CORNER.OF KING AND MORRIS ARE now iii the receipt of their large and 'fashionable stock of REAM MADE CLOTHING, Of the being of their own manufac- ture., also every description of GENT'S STJBNISHING GOODS, Suclf as silk and cotton Wrappers and Drawers, Socks, Neck Tics, Stocks, Neck and Pocket lland- kerchicfe, Shirts of all kinds and qualities, and every variety of goods adapted to gentlemen's wear, all of 'which they will afford to customers at the LOWEST CJ1SH PRICES. They also keep on hand an extensive assort- ment of Cloths, Oassimers, Vestings and Trimmings, (Vmsistina: in part of Bioly and Pimony Broad Cloths aiid Doeskins. French and American Cassiincvs, Marseilles and silk of the choicest varieties, which will be sold, or made up to order in the latest and most approved styles, and on the most reasonable terms. Having an Highly Important to Farmers. INSUBASCE COM JPLENDID Setts of Jewelry, comprising a Bracelet, Breastpin and Earrings, from tflo to the of every style and" price, at ROTH'S Jewelry of every variety, for sale ROTH'S Jewelry very supcrov >CJ article, at ___ ver'Spectacles. Every variety ROTH'S Jewelry -Store. _ _____ _ "pocket very stipe rioTarticle, and a great variety, varying in from to each-, at ROTH'S Jewelry Card 'splendid article, for sale at tfr iscoiistn State 'Lieut il -A VJEX. K. J A, Bank ----r .SUto Prison Judges the Supt-nmc Court. .Chief V WHITON, :SMITH, Circui 1, JAMES R. 11 LKVI lit'. CHA'BMSS M. iv. TIMOTHY o. HOWE. V M MOOTHURN. WYftAM. KNOW LTOX tl. S. Senators. HENRY PODtrE, of Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALKER, of Milwaukee, TJ. S. Representatives, T I) W1CLLS, of Milwauke BEN O. EASTMAN, of Matteyille. III! JOHN 15. A1ACY, of-FoncUaLae. ;ed monthly in advance .tvubo reocived and sciit to any part ot the is iriteufei to this estaMisiuaesit infe- rior to no'.i'u in this country, and. as WTOiweiid iteelf to all persons Wanting anything in this of business, Call oxivnunc foe yourself before purchas- ing elsewhere. __________vlnl Madison Musical undersigned has hi teis Wave-room, in BRUEN'S MODEL a gctxl ftsan'Unent ul' Piano Fortes, UMDuusioail.. laa.ss'fer'Tai.aEia.oaEa.'tsi Generally! Some of the 'best Manufacturers in the Union have sarupteof their work there Hallett "Davis, Lemuel Gilbert -Woodward Brown, LcvcnMatts, of Boston, and Hall Son, of New York, are all contributors to his stock-of -Pianos. Prince ana S. H. W. Smith's Melodeons IN'IHS State Agricultural S Officers of Dane County. County P. ATWOOD. JOUST SWEAT W1LLKT S, MAIN. I'HILO Atfy-SAMUEL H. HOIS. BABBITT. BISHOP. Officers of Town of H. J. HILL. own -D0NNELLON, 'Treasurer.--ER.NEST 9KHSRSCH1AW. Corporation Officers. SIMEON MILLS, P. H. VAN BERGEN-, GEO. W.. OAKLEY-, CX MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP-, JAMES MVSEY-, DAEWIN CLAllK, N.JOHNSON, These 'instruments ar'o not found an! other places where forced to raise money for the makers, tor mtftfen always commands customers on Uc'ma'nuiactwers own terms. They are all tor. at factory prices, and warranted satisfactory. I" from other Manufactories can be fur- wished if desired. An experimiced-ttnd disinterested agent in New wk selects for the subscriber any style and Utawdfattrtramerft whose judgment, musical skill and'tixste, implicit confidence can be placed. New Sheet Mnsib Received Weekly, Sold at publishers prices, and sent by mail free postage. Guitars, TanilxariiseKj Acconleouw, Flutes, Fifes. ttnliJtt and other Violin Strings. Guitar' and Bass Viol Strings of the best quality. ViolinBows and parts of Violins. _ Bertini's Hunter's and.other instruction books .for all instruments, and many other artuflw m the music line, usually found m'aWJh stores, kept always on hand. 'Church and Associations supplied fcpon 'the most reasonable terms. Do not TO further east, uiitil you have called _at ,e Madison Music Store, for, it, here is no use in it, vlnl D- HUL.-L-. at Madison, Wis. HlS'Cempany continues to take risks upon Farm Property only, consisting of build of all kinds, (belonging to house- told grain in barns, live stock, .tower-rates than most other responsible com 'PttAlUosses promplty paid at the office as soon as itjroof is made thereon. believe it to be for the interest of the far- mers to insure by themselves, their property bo- less hazardous than any other, consequently you will have no losses only yowt own ot th same class, and all will be on equal footing.. Experience has shown that two-thirds, if no three fourths of all the fires that occftr are upon stores, taverns, mills, shops, and such like .prop- erty. In this company all such property is re- ieoted POSITIVELY, BY wupt AKDKB. _ Farmers, look to your-own interest, and insure in a Farmer's Company. We have been doing business a little over tlnc-c years, and we have toot been obliged to assess our premium notes, for 'the we have not had a stogie dollar though do- ins a large and prosperous -business, which we believe to be wi-tlUt a parallel in the history ot They can assure their old customers and the pub- lic generally that in custom work they can't be haul by Eastern Establishments. ON AT AS.L TIIKES, A large stock of Silk, Straw, Fur, Panama and other'liats for sale clump. Thankful for past patronage, we invite the public to call at our establishment and we cm as- sure them thai' as to style, quality and price ot our foods, they can hardly fail to be suited, Remember the oldstund, above Tibbits' Gor- don's. MLVXV ma.' f" Madison, July 8, J.So-1. for sale at New Wholesale and Kctail ROTH'S Jewelry Store. THE OF TIIK S1 at EWING Birds for sale at KOTH'S Jewelry Store. from to at IIOTH'S Jewelry Store. _ "CakiTBaskots from to ROTH'S Jewelry Store. "and Tea Spoons, warranted j-m'J.v tVU'-l. J made of pure ooin, for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry its" elegiiiit patterns, for sale cheap ROTH'S Jewelry Store. _ 'all kinds for sale at ROTH'S. Jewelry_Stor_e. __ and for sale at for sills at KOTH'S Jewelry Fob Chains at "ROTH'S Jewelry Store. JL fl'Jl fS.C'LX.i.i J-. THRKH DOOBS EAST OF THE COURT 110UbL. M01UUS STKKKT, MADISON, WISCONSIN. Wholesale and Dealer N English and German Hardware, Saddlery, Harness and Carriage trimmings, Iron, Glass, Nails, now receiving one of the liu-gcst and most com- plete stocks of Goods in his line, ever oik-.ml m at ASSES and Spy Glasses at KOTH'S tiful article, at best of references as to the responsi- bility of the company. TIUVE-M-NG AGENTS Wanted for Wisconsin, Iowa, __ Setts, of six pieces, a beau ROTH'S JewdryJ-tovc. assortment at IIOTH'S Jewelry Store. L. SILVER Tobacco Boxes, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. Baskets. new article, at J IIOTH'S Jewelry Store. Coolers, a, new article, x m t ,RO1H. b facilities for dealing with the extensive IFiii-dwaw. inewlmnfs in the L.ibt, and niircl.ii.sinK his American Goods direct y lion the SLmufiustm-ei-s, at the Lowest Cash Prices, ho is enabled to otter Country Merchants, farmcrm and purchase at prices, with diilcrcncc ot transportaUon. His stock will embrace a complete assortment Agricultural and Horticultural Imple- ments, All of the best make, together with a very largo UTTTMWUS, MASONS, Ml IX WHJOHTS, ('AK1 AN.1MV AGON .MA KICKS TOOLS. ITo is also ARcnt 11. v, will k.Tp constantly on hand, Patent JtonnzM'thtnctnto (Chisels nud NMdrrnon Celebrated Jlc.ncli hints. Those in House and Buildois ILu'dwavo, arc invited to c.-ul uud exainmo his Window Glass, all sues, _i.est Kiln-Dried Sash, all sizes. Putty, Whi- thig and Glazing Tacks always on ha TURPENTINE, Tanners' Oil-, Camphine, Neat Foot's Oil. Fluid, Syrups, Tobacco, Cigars-, Spices, Flavoring Extracts, llaisins, at L ADIES' Fans oTall kinds, from to for sale at _ bcst razor ever nuanufaotured, for sale at KOTH'S. Jewelry lTS will always find him well sup- plied with Iron, of all kinds, Horse Shoes, Ilerw kails, Huspis Wrought Ground Uosc-s, with .as- sortment of Blacksmiths' and on! SPRING 1854. Recording tVnd'Cor-. C, 'f AMUEt -MARSH j CotiK-SAWJEL RICHABP M, N> SMITH, AUGUSTUS MARK MILLER. C. JJORSMAN, SSEORGE O, TIFFANY, ry and Malaga Wines Pale and Park Broodies, warranted pure-, .poses strictly, at CENTRAL, Wholesale aM Retail Drug WISCONSIN, MADISON J'WElGflT is notv receiving at hts Store, directly feom -the Eastern 'Cities, the largest. Stock 'pf. BEST Vai'hishess at We lot of S wy .heav.y Stock ho Sold ftf ibe lowest aU oJ "I TONS of Thompson's pure Lead, and flve 1U of Snow Zmo hi BARRELS best Whale o gallon, at WRIGHT S. t ER' S PECTORAL, Jay he's Medicines., Loiii- J.JL. 'den's1 Medicines., Towrisend's'Ssu'saparillas., oan's Medicines; Rad. Way's Medicines, Christie s alvanic Belts, Graftenburgh ett's'Cod Liver Oil, and. ledicine of value-, 'WRIGHT'S. French Ex- 23 ebiits per bottle _ .NASMU'CH as there has been a great deal said lately about stilling at cost and we deem it our duty to say to cwstituenis particular, a.nd the commu- nity in (that we are not SBLLINCt feOCmS AT I But we do sayN aad do better by prove the foct that we than those who otter to bell i sho'l work for nothig and board himselt vrhen is wortlvOne Dollar per bushel, and othu in proportion. The fact !S, we can sell If) Ibs, Java Coffee for ftl, 26 Ibs. best Nails for '62 1-2 cents, 25 yardSi bleached Muslin for ever in this market, now of Fancy goods JMU 25 CtS> ylU All Wobl Ds Laiues for 14c per yard, Best Memmack Prints for 4 ots. per yard ,ARIS GREEN., Chrome Green, Chrome, Tel JL low, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, Vene- ten Red! Fire: Proof Paint, Vandike Brovm, Chinese and VeOTillions, Indian Red, Ultra Marine and; PruBBian LYON'S Barry's Trioppheroua, Phalon's Hair toigerator, preparations for the hair, at WRIGHTS. But thing! oodhey ee, Best old Hyson Tea for 16 cts. per pound. utmv dear friend, shan't do any such Among which may be. ccs, Sledges, Hammers., Stocks wm on. hand a large stock Of CAV.1KKT MAV.1-7KS' TOOLS AND TUIMMISCiS. will find in his stock any and evcry'thins In the. wuy of Tools and Triramings, that pertain to their And for the ol SPORTSMEN, And thc.se who mny visit the beautiful portion of country in the vicinity of Madismi, as a summer retreat, he will keep .L great variety of Double and Single Barrel Fowling duns, Killes, Pistols, Ue- Sporting and Fisliing Apparatus. Choice (.elections of Englirfli American, la- ble and Pocket aarpp., Silvei- Plated, German Silver, and Albattft Ware, of all descriptions, together with an almost endless? variety of MISCELLANEOUS GOODS', Such a. Salamander Safes, Inform and Counter Scales. Cistern and Cham Vuruw, (w tl tubing) Cordage ol all kinds, and in wet evervtl.S that to the Hardware, business comprising one of the most extensive r n the State we should, we-would have to steal from or to live. We will say confidently to our old customers, that we have a better assortment of goods than you anv four Stores in Madison, and our goods are of qrnhty, a living profit. In the language of one we say: Sound the trumpet, beat the Clear the come, we come vial PANALDSQN TREADWAY. 'West, Farmers. Mcelianics, Builders, And ill are respectfully requested ide Smine Good and Prices, which will be cheer-. and
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