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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin THE im L V Be Sure You're VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCON3IN, NOVEMBER. 6, 1854, NUMBER DAILY 3ARPENTEB. CO., PUBLISHERS. TERMS I Six MONTHS, z' g Regular Advertisements to be handed in as car- at 4 o'clock p.m., to insure insertion m next irning'i issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per year, One column, six months, One column, thret months, Half column, per year, Quarter column, per year, One square per year, Business card, per year, One square, one insertion, ty Village subscribers will confer a favor by mediately giving notice at this office, of a fail- to receive their papers regularly. The Pub- ners appreciate punctuality in business, anl ay are determined to observe that virtue, both their news and job departments. FULLER'S SKY LIGHT DAGUERRIAN GALLERY! Pinckney St., Madisou, Wis., Next door to the P. Gnil.l'. Store. ID- UP ONLY ONE FLIGHT OJ1 STAIRS! J3J THIS is the only Daguerrian Room in town up only one flight of others being in story and about a day's journey up to them, especially for children and aged people FULLER'S Gallery ia furnished with the best light of any room in the State-_a large Sky Light and side light attached. Having good instru- better larger stock than can be found in any other room, he is constantly pre- pTedto put up FIRST CLASS PICTURES and no others are allowed to go out of his estab- lishment. A j3P Instruction given in the art. Stock and apparatus furnished at very low rates. United Government. esident-FRANmNl'IERCE ting Vice PreaidenV-D. R. fTCHISON. etLv of -WM. L. MARCY. of GUTHRTE. of SrioZ-ROBERT McCLELLAND. .retary of War-JEFFERSON DAVIS. cretarr of Navy-3. C. DOBBIN. Tt TaLl Geneyral_-CALEB CUSHINa the LYNN BOYD- Unitcd States Supreme Court. aief ROGER B. TANEY 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 ac- tion of the Liver and Kidneys, Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, 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. _ 4 trial of this medicine will convince the most 1854. MADISON 1854. BOOK AND STATIONERY EMPORIUM! WEED HAVE JUST RECEIVED AT THEIR OLD STAND a choice selection of Miscellaneous Books, School Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Children's Toys, Gold Pens, L.thographs of every variety, Blank Books, Gilt Frames, Put- nam's self-adjusting Curtain Fixtures, Tassels, Reticules, etc. etc. etc. Our stock of Miscellaneous Books consists of an assortment of STANDARD LITERAH.Y WORKS. of permanent value, as well as the lighter Popu- lar WQTjcs of the day. We have in addition to these, a.'selection of GERMAN BOOKS JOHN CATRON, PETER V. DANIEL, SAMUEL NELSON, ROBERT C. GRIER, BENJAMIN R. CURTISS. C. HOWARD._________ Wisconsin State Officers. A. BARSTOW. ieut Governor-JAMES T. LEWIS of T GRAY, H. JANSSEN. ttorneyGeneral-GEORGEB SMITH uoerintentent Public A. WM.IUIII ;ank M. DENNIS. Prison W. STAliUb. Judges of the Supreme Court, Chief V. WHITON. vlnlTyl Importers of inc. NO. 79, EAST WATER STREET, MILWAUKEE. WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment, BANCROFT, Corner Beach and Lincoln Streets, OVEB THE WORCESTER RAILROAB PASSENGER DEPOT, WHOLESALE In all the most fashionable itylea of FURNITURH, WHICH they are sending into United States, South lands of the Pacific. A'isa, Manufacturers of the Comprising most of the German: Classics the complete works of Goethe, Schiller, Uhland, Les- sine to which we invite the attention of our German customers, as well as those conversant with that language in general. Our stock of t t; i o 33. 3? Is as good as can be found in any establishment in the State. In connection with our Book store is a BOOK BINDERY! Where we are prepared to do anything in that line with dispatch and in the neatest style. Ihe Premium for the best binding1 done m the state has been awarded us at the State Fair 'or two years in succession, and we trust that we can oive entire satisfaction in this department. We manufacture and keep constantly on hand a, gen- eral assortment of BLANK BOOKS of Every Description, Ruled after any desired pattern, and bound in the neatest and most substantial style. We are also prepared to procure by express up- oii short notice, any books to be found in the east- ern market. Our motto is QUICK SAX.ES, and SMA1.X. PROFITS.' And we shall sell our goods at the lowest cash WEED EBERHARD. B FEIEND BRO'S' CLOTHING EMPORIUM of Central Wisconsin, COKNEll OT KING AND MORRIS STS.----MADISON. ARE now: in the receipt of their larga and fashionable stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, Of the first quality, being of their own manufac- ture, also every description of CKEMT-'S FURBISHING GOODS, Such as silk and cotton Wrappers and Drawers, Socks, Neck Ties, Stocks, Neck and Pocket Hand- kerchiefs, Shirts of all kinds and qualities, and every variety of goods adapted to gentlemen's wear, all of which they will afi'erd custpiners at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. They also keep on hand an extensive assort ment of Cloths, Cassimers, Vestings and Trimmings, Consisting in part of Bioly and i-'imony Broad Cloths and Doeskins. French and American Cassimers, -Marseilles and silk Vestings 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 NEW SALOO AND In Brueii'n Block, Cstna.fr WILL be opened on the tth of July. HOT COFFEE and vMEALS served at all hours. The table will be supplied with Every. Luxury of tine Season. Farmers furnished at 20 cents per meal. Prices of every thing moderate. Call and se for yourselves. GRAIN CRADLES. WE Have this day received, and offer for sale at wholesale or retail, 75 Mulay Cradle Scythes, warranted. 25 Straight From the celebrated factory of Russell Morgan PATENT STRETCHED THE Subscribers have become Agents for the sale of SCHENK'S PATENT STRETCHED LEATHER BELTING and will always keep OH hand a full assortment of widths. They will iUso receive orders for Woodwttrth'n Patent Plnnina Muchine, and Portable Sleaui They can assure their old customers and the pub- lic generally that in custom work they can'i be beat by Eastern.Establishments. ON HAND AT AX.X. TIMES, A large stock of Silk, Straw, Fur, Panama and other hats for sale cheap. Thankful for past patronage, we invite the public to call at our establishment and we can as- sure them that as to style, quality and price of our goods, they can hardly fail to be suited. Remember the old stand, above Tibbits' Gor- don's H. FRIEND BRO'S. Madison, July vln4 nl WITH LOCOMOTIVE IIOILKR. TIBBITS GORDON. 6 DOZEN Brown Foster's Patent Double Heater SAD IRONS, a superior article, just received and for sale at manufacturers prices by Ql TIBBITS GORDON. the Is- Circuit Judges, 1 JAMES R. DOOLITTLE. 11. LEV! HUBBELL. III. CHARLES II. LARRABEE. IV. TIMOTHY 0. HOWE. V M.M.COTHERN. VI. WYRAM KNOWLTON. IT. S. Senators. HENRY DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALKER, of Milwaukee. U. S. Representatives. 1 D WELLS, Jr., of Milwaxikee. II BEN C. EASTMAN, of Platteville. III. JOHN B. MACY, of Fond du Lac. State Agricultural Society. ndent-ELISHA W. EDGERTON. JAMES RUSLING, LEMUEL W. JOINER, NATHANIEL, B. CLAPP, .wording and Cor. A, C. INGHAM. reasurer-SAMUEL MARSHALL, S. EtOHARD E. ELA, H. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK MILLER. TALBOT C. DORSMAN. CiEOROE 0. TIFFANY. A nice and cheap article, which is in great de- mand from all quarters. From their long experience in, and anrivaued facilities for doing business, they are confident they can make it for the interest of dealers eve- rywhere to patronize tfeem. Aug 12, 1854, Madison, Aug 1 8? THE ONLY PRIZE MEDAL AT THE JVEW YORK CRYSTAL PALACE EXHIBITION for a RADICAL CURE was awarded by a Committee of the most emi- nent Sdrgeons -of the coautry, to MAB.SH CO., 2 1-2 MAIDEN YORK. Marsh's Shoulder Braces aud Abdominal Sup- porteisb are conceded to be the eatiest as well as most 'oSiaient of Instruments. Call and examine them before purchasing. For Sale at the STORK OF Dr. BSIUEN'S BLOCK, MADISON. October 7, 1855. Tlnl7m_3__ STONE STONE STONE WE have fitted up, at the Steam Mill, on Morris street FOUR GANGS OF SAWS I To saw Stone, and have opened and are working one of the best Quarries, in the neighborhood. furnishing Stone of a superior quality, ana beau- ful color. Having engaged skillful and experienced work- men, we are prepared to execute orders for Build- in" Stone of every description, with Grutt Dis patch and at Low Prices. We intend keeping constantly on hand for sale, Caps, Sills, Water Tables, 4.nd furnish to order at short notice, .Mouldings, Cornices, Ornamental Work, Steps, Posts, or Stone dressed in any reasonable shape or form. ROUGH STONE for Cellar Walls, Underpin- ning, or Wells, will be sold at the Quarry, or de- livered in town, very low for Cash. Contractors, Builders, and all in want of btone, will find it for their interest to give us a call. 5gf Orders from abroad will meet prompt at- tention i irTriaeir SLABS, for ft., .-ing, ciin be had low E. D. ILSLEY CO. Madison, June 17, 1854. nl._ HOUSEWIFE AND FAMILY GOODS. SUCH as Drapery, Muslin, rich Damasks, Moreens, Linen Napkins, Towels, Toweling, Crash, linen and cotton Sheeting, Pillow-Case and Window Blind Linen, Marseilles Quilts and Toilet Covers, colored and white, linen Stair Cov- er, Window Shades, Huckabuck and Haberdashe- ry. Also, Brusticla 3 Ply ami Super 2 Ply Carpeting, the best assortment ever brought to Madison Oil Cloths, one-half to two yards wide wool, linen and cotton Drugget, India matting, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats for sale cheap, by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY. WIRE feet Iron Wire Cloth from No. 4 to No. 20, for sale by nl TIBBITS GORDON. BLACKSMITHS' VICES. SOLID Box Vice, 12 Colter Keyed Vices, 5 Parallel do, 5 Bench and Jewellers' do, 12 Hand Vices. All which we will sell to please, nl TIBBITS GORDON. "ANVILS. WE Have on hand; for sale low, 6 Armitogft Anvils, lOWilkeson's Anvils, 10 Ameri- can Anvils. nl TIBBITS GORDON. SCYTHE STONES. -g GROSS of Quinnebeck Stones, 16 gross of 1U Indian Pond do., 5 Tons Bcrea Grind Stones for Sale by nl TICBITS GORDON. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Officers of Dane County Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Rectifiers of a Fuperior article of SEX i s u: "Et -xr s Water Milwaukee, Ww. Whiskey by the single or hundsed barrels con- .tantly on hand. EDWIN D. BABER, H. RAY ISHAM. erk MAIN. DUNNING. routing Att'y-SAMUEL H. ROYS. irvVyor-RIJSSELL BABBITT. BISHOP. 'Officers of Town of Madison. 'Supervisors__JEHU It 'LEWIS, Chairman, H. J. HILL. Town AS. DONNELLON, SurgJERNEST DOERSCHLAG. Corporation Officers. MILLS. H; VAN BERGLN, GEO. W. OAKLEY, GEO. G.ALBEE, MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES LIVSEY, CLARK.' 1854.3 GR'iflEWS! [1854. GO to the PEOPLE'S CASH STORE, and see if GREAT BARGAINS Cannot be had at Wholesale or Retail. Dry GoocU, Crockery, Hardware and Groceries. GR-VY ST ARKS take great pleasure in an- nouncing to the Public that notwithstanding the great excitement on the Nebraska Bill, they ately returned from New York and an Immense stock of Goods, which they .offer a prices that cannot fail to please. Their goods were purchased expessly fdr at grNEELYaGRAY. JOHNSON J. STARKS. Madison, Oct. NEW THOSE PUMPS have come also, those R. R- Lanterns. Those in want of Lead Pipe, Store Pipe, Tin Stoves, Please give us a call and we will supply all ordere on short notice. __ A nice lot Japaned Ware, Boxes, Trunks, Can- dlesticks, S. H. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, and Landscape Gardener. Attends to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- In" out Cemeteries, Public and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings cf 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 FOUND AT THE OFFICE OP L. 3. FATWELL, MADISON WISCONSIN, Among his numerous references in various parts of the country, he is permitted to name tha follow- ing in Madison L. J. TARWELL CO., CATLTN WtliMA'MSON DEJLAPLAIN BURD1CK, CHURCH ORGAN FOR SALE A SECOND hand Church Organ, with a ma- hogany case, 4 Ir2 Octavos and six stops, can be bought for at tlie MADISON MUSIC STORE. The Organ has been used in one of the New York city churches, and has power enough for any ordinary church or lecture room in the'btate. lit is of a sweet tone and in good condition. Pianos, Sheet Music, ice., Always on hand, and sold as cheep as .anywhere else. Large advertisements in. Foreign, Papers, not expected to suit customers, so well as low pri- ces, and good articles considered better than puf- fy proclamations. "'D'H, Madison, Sept, 5.1354. vlnl73m LYON'S KATHAIRON, Barry's Tricopherous, Phalon's Hair Invigerator, and all Bother preparations for the hair, at WRIGHT'S. A Building OF ROUGH STONE, covered with Cement or Stucco is far handsomer, much better and quite, as, cheap as one built of common brick or wood. The Stucco can be colored to any desira- ble shade, and being impervious to water, makes a house equal, if not superior, to one of dressed stone The material for such buildings can be had very low of vlivt E. D. ILSLEY CO.__ 1AME IN THE ENCLO-URE of the subscri- t ber, on Saturday, Cihof August, 185i, a IHit bay horse, about ten years old, three white feet, blind in the off eye, half hipped in the oft hip, and about sixteen hands high. The owner is requested to call and prove property, pay charges, and take said horse away. TViforl Town of Medina, Dane county, i> is. Aug. 9th 1854 HILAN F. HETTS. Steam Mill for Sale. THE SAW MILL at Pheasant Branch, seven miles from Madison, commonly known as Whittlesey's Mill, will be sold at a bargain and on easy and accommodating terms. Any one ac- quainted with the business can, by personal at- tention, make it a very profitable concern. July 2, 1854. vln-t E. D. ILSLEY CO. 6 DOZEN Brown Paster's Patent Double Heater Sad Irons, a superior Article, just re- ceived, and for sale at manufacturer's prices by nl TIBBITS GORDON. W. S. LEVETT. CUSTOM TAILORING EMPORIUM! I shall devote my attention particularly to Custom Wort- the heat Imported for Gen- tlemen's Wear, us well as visit our .Hasten. Cities twice year, ami remain as long as 1 think proper, in order to EUROPEAN STYLES Of Garments, as well as our own. I am conDdcat of gir- ing :vs good satisfaction .is can be had in our most able Cities, Givt; me :i test. W. S. LhVi.lT. Madison Oct. 21, 1854. Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters A GOOD Variety for sale by Vln3 TIBBITS GORDON. CLOCKS CLOCKS of all kinds, sorts and sizes, for sale 25 per cent, cheaper than ever sold before in this place, to be had at ROTH'S Jewelry Storo. THE GREATEST VARIETY of Fancy goodw ever ia this market, now opening at nl AVRIGHT'S. ESTRAY. ,Anua into the enclosure of the the Town of Dunn, on the llth inst., a large B A I M nine years old, marked with a White 6tripe uponi ts.ce und several white spots upon each side. His owner is hereby requited to prove prni'Wty, pay charges, Bated at Dnsjr, Bane Co., Wis. JOHN October ARIS GREEN, Chronic Green, Chrome Yel low, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, Vene- tian Red. Fire Proof Paint, Vandike Brown, Chinese and Verraillions, burnt and raw, Indian Red, Ultra Marine and nl A GOLD PEN AN1> PENCIL, on Thursday night last, It was cither drop- ped in the Cars, or lost in going from the cars to ny dwelling. The finder will be suitably reward- id bv leaving said article at this office. Oct. S. D. CARPENTER. SIMEON B. F, HOPKINS, L. C. DHAP.EB. A. A. BIRD. NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.
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