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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin "BeBure You're VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER. 7, 1854. NUMBER 6. DAILY PATEIOT. tJAttPENTER fc CO., PUBLISHERS. T E R Six SINGLE AdveniseiRents to be handed in as ear- ly as 4 o'clock p. insure insertion iti next morning's issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per One column, six column, three Half column, per year, oOlwnm, per One square per Business card, per One square, 75 Village subscribers will confer a -favor by immediately giving notice at this office, of a fail- ure to receive their papers regularly. The Pitb- ii.suers appreciate punctuality in business, ant they arc dtUf mined tu observe that virtue, both :in their news and job departments. fjnitcd States Oovernmeut. FRA.V-KLIN P1KUCH. Vice R. AT.CKISON. Secretary of WM. f.. iMAKCY. of Treasury--.! AM Secretary of Inter Mnv-lWHKUT McCLT-ILLAND. jJucretai-V of War JKi'.fERSU.V DAVLS. SccnMai-Vof Navy 1. C, UOBRLV. Pust Master -CA.I.KU CUSIirNiJ. Speaker of tin? 'LYNN United Staves Supreme Ceurt. Chief RWUKll 15. Assoi.iu.tu J ustices J 0 UN Me LI1'. A JAMKS M. WAYNE, JOHN CATROM, -PETKRV. DAMKL, SA.MUKL NELSON, ROBKRT CilUIOR, BRNJAMIX R. CURTISS. BENJAMIN C. HOWARD. Wisconsin State Oiiicers. -W I.LLIAM A. JiARSTO W Lieut. JAMES ,T. LEWIS. Secretary -of ALKX. T. GRAY. 'EDWARD II. .IAN.SSEN. Attorney G KO RG -K B. SMITH. Supcriutentent Public HIRAM A. W RIGHT Bank WtLLlAM M. DENNIS. ,-SUte Prison A. STARRS. Supreme Court. Chief i'.IWAKD V. WIII't'tN. ABIiAM SMITH, .Circuit JuiSgcs. 1. JAMES R. 1KH-) LITTLE. H. LEVI HUBUMLL. III. CHARLKH !L LARRABEE. IV TIMOTHY O. I-VOWK. V. M. M.COTI-1KRN. VI. WYllAM II. S. 'HENRY DODGK, cf Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALK-H'fl, of Milwaukee. U. S. Representatives. 'I. DANIEL WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. BEN C. EASTMAN, of Platteville. 111. JOHN B. MACY, of Fond du Lao. State Agricultural Society. ELIS1IA W. EDGERTON.. JAMES RUS'LING, LEMUEL W. JOINER, NATHANIEL B. C LAPP, SUcordina; and Cor. Secretary A. 0. INGHAM. SAMUEL MARSHALL. Executive SAMUEL Si DAGGETT, RICHARD E. ELA, E. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK MILLER. TALBOT C. LORSMAN. C'EOllGE 0. TIFFANY. Officers of Dane County. .County P. ATWOOD. B. SWEAT. -Clerk of LUJNL 221 0 ar_ 35T [s as good as esn be found in any establishment in the State. In oonnectioea with our Book Store is a that Where we are prepared to do anythin WHOLESALE Establishment, urniture f'onier Beach and Lincoln Strsets, OV.ER TiSli WOH.CFSTKR RAILROAD PASSENGER DEPOT, In all the most f-ishionablc of FURNITURE, "TflCII are sending into United States, of Piic'rao. Also, Manufactiuvrs of the -tlie'Is- A nice and article, which ia in great de- mand from ;uH (juartoi-s. .From their long experience in, and unrivalled facilities for doing tnisiness, they are confident tkoy can make it.-fhr the interest Kast "Water Wis. Whiskey by the single or hundsecl barrels con- stantly on hand. EDWIN O. BAUER, l H. RAY ISHAM. AT GO to the PEOPLE'S CASH STORE, and see if GREAT BARGAINS Cannot be had at Wholesale or Retail. Goods, Croclioryj, Hardware and Groceries. GR VY .STA-RKS take great pleasure in an- nouncing to the Public that notwithstanding .the great excitement on the Nebraska Hill, they'have lately'returned froiu.New York and Boston with an Immense stock of Goods, which' they, .offer at prices that cannot fail .to please. Their goods were purchased expessly for this market and at great bargains. NEELYGRAY. JOHNSON J. STARKS. Madison, Oat. 12, 1854. NEW ARRIVAL! THOSE POMPS have come also, those R. R- Lanterns. Those in want of Lead Pipe, Stove Pipe, Tin Wure ami Stores, Please give us a. call and we will supply all orders on short notice. A nice lot JApaned Boxes, Trunks, Can- dlesticks, constantly on hand. vln-J BAKER lino with dispatch and in the neatest style. The Premium for the best binding done in the st-ite has been awarded us at the State Fair ''or two years in succession, and we trust that we c-iu i-ive entire sutisfactiori in this department. We mumfacture and keep constantly on hand a gen- sriil assorbaant of BLANK 1BOICS of Everjr Description, Ruled after any desired pattern, arid bound in the neatest- and most substantial style. are also prepared to procure by express up- on short notice, any books to foe found Ln the east- ern market. Our motto is QUICK SALES, and SMALL PBOFITS.' And we shall scSl our goods at the lowest cash prices. WEED EBERIIARD, Madison, Aug 15 1854. 1 8y B OQUET Holders at ROTH'S Je-welry Btom STONI3 E have fitted up, at the Steam Mill, on Mori-is street FOUR SANSS OF SAWS To saw Stone, anil have opened and are working one of the best Quarries, in the neighborhood, furnishiwg Stone of a superior quality, and beau- ful color, Having engaged skillful arid experienced work- are prepared to execute orders for Bui-ld- ing Stone of every description, with Great Dis patch and at Low Prices. We intend keeping constantly on hand for sale, Cass, Sills, Wat Tables, And furnish to order at short notice, Mouldings, Cornices, Ornamental Work, Steps, Posts, or Stone dressed in any reasonable shape or loi-m. ROUGH for Cell.ir 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 Stone, will find it for their interest to give us a call. Orders from abroad will meet prompt at- tention neir SLABS, for fe. "ing, can be had low E. D. ILSLEY CO. Madison, June 17, 1854. nl. S. II. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, Attends to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Specifications, and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- ing out Cemeteries, Public and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings Wines and Liquors are the very best that cowld be found in city of New The undersigned will also sell one span of Hor- ses, also a Lease of the United States Hotel, in Sauk t ity aforesaid. Hotel is also for sale. and is well situated for an extensive hotel busi- ness- x TERMS OF SALE AS TO WIT All sums o.f 10 or under, Cash. On all suras over three months credit, with 12 percent interest and approved security. Sale to com-. Adiatnistrator of CHARLES WycKorr, dcceaied, Jiatoi Sauk City, Sept. 22, 1864,
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