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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, NUMBER 8. JiAILY PATE.IOT, CARPENTER CO., PUBLISHERS. :ERMS ONE Six SINGLE rf Regular Advertisements to be handed in as ear- ly as 4 o'clock p. in., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVEKTISl'NW TERMS One column, pet- One column, six One column, three Half column, per Quarter column, per o'nn One square per Business card, per One square, one jgf" Village subscribers will confer a favor by immediately giving notice at this office, of a fail- ure to receive their papers regularly. The Pub- lishers appreciate punctuality in business, and they are determined to observe that virtue, both in their news and job departments. United States Government. Acting Vice 11. A.LUmbUJN. Secretary of L. MA1.1CY. of Treasury-JAMES GUTIIRIE Secretary of Interior-ROBERT McCLELLAND. Secretary of DAVIS. Secretary of Navy-.J. 0. DOBBIN. Post Master Gcneral-CALEB GUSHING. Speaker of-the United States Supreme Court. Chief B. TANEY. Associate 0 UN McLE AN. ,TAMUS'M. WAYNE, JOHN CATRON, PETER V.DANIEL, SAMUEL NELSON, tt ROUKUT C. GIUEK, tt BKXJAMTN II. CU.RTISS. C. HOWARD. _____ Wisconsin. QJHccvs. A. BAltS'i'OW. Lieut, T. LEWIS. Secretary of T. GRAY. A Rl> 11. .TANKSKN. Attorney B. SMITH. Public A. ulUOfH. Bank M. DENNIS, i.State Prison W. BTAEKhJ. Judges of tl'ie Swprcsne Court. Chief V. WHITON. D, SMITH, SAMUEL Circuit Judges. 1 J R. DOOLITTLE. II. LEVI HUB BELL. Ill HI' VilLES if. LAR11ABEE. IV. TIMOTHY O. HOWE. V M. '.M. COTfTEliN. VI. WY RAM KNOWLTON. IT. S. Senators. HENRY DODGfE, of Iowa, county. ISAAC 1'. AVA.Lli.HR, of Milwaukee. TJ. P. Representatives. T DAN1KT- WJ'JLLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. II. BKN C. EAS'l'MAN, of Plattevillc. III. JOHN B. MA.CY, of Fond du Lac. 'S SKY LIGHT Piiickney St., Wis., it door to t'h'o )P. Q-r I'Jt ONLY ONM i'LICillT 01? STAIllS! Tl-llS is the only Daguorrian Room in town up only one flight of others being in the fourth.story and about a day's journey up to them, especially for children and aged people. FULLER'S Gallery is furnished with the best light of any room in the largo Sky Light and side light attached. Having good instru- better and larger stock than can be found in any other room, he is constantly pre- pared to pat up FIRST CLASS PICTURES and no others are allowed to go out of his estab- lishment, UP Instruction given in the art. otock ana apparatus furnished at very low rates. JTAVE JUST RECEIVED AT THEIR OLD ill STAND a choice selection of Miscellaneous 1 Books, School Booksi Stationery, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Children's Toys, Gold of evcrv variety, Blank Books, Gilt frames, Put- nam's Fixtures, Tassels, Roticul.cs, etc', etc.''etc.' Our stock of 'Miscellaneous Books consists of an assortment of ________ MTERARY WORKS.. f permanent value, as well as the lighter I _ j ar Works of .the day. We have in addition icse, a selection of CLOTHING EMPORIUM of Central Wisconsin, COKNEK 01? KING AND MOKKIS STS.----MADISON. RE :now in the receipt of their large and fashionable stock of Containing' mcitSjer Arsenic, Calomel, nor ND 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 Coiapiamts, Weaknesses, For the latter it is one of the best and safest medicines before the public. A" trial of this medicine will convince the most skeptical of its Great Virtue. Sold by EDWIN BAKER vlnlTyl Agents. of'Wiiiesj NO. 70, BAST WATJill Sl'lUCKi, MILWAUKKB. WHOLESALE 16 E BUCKLEY BANCROFT, Conisr Bsacli and Lincoln Streets. OVEK THE -WOH.CEST.Ell B.AILROAT) PASStiNGER DEPOT W H O I.. E S A I., .13 A L E R S In all the most fashionable styles of PURNITITRE, HIGH they are sending into-fljH of tin United States, South A.iaerto tiStl the Is- lands of the Pacific. Also, Ivlauufacturcrs of the A nice and cheap article, which is in great dc maiid from all quarters. From their long experience in, and Tinrivallci facilities for doing business, they are eohfideu they can make it for the interest of dealers eve rywliere to patronize them. Aug 12, 1854.____________ ___ THE OHTLY FEES MEDAL AT THE NEW YORK' CRYSTJU PALACE EXHIBITION for a R A B I i L U R E T II B S S was inrardcd by a Committee of the most euu nent Sdrgeons of the country, to State Agricn.ltn.ral Society. W. EDGERTON. Vice RUSLING-, AV. JOINER, NATHANIEL B. CLAPP, Recording and Cor-. C. 1NGHAM, MARSHALL.. Executive S. DA.GGETT, RICHARD E. ELA, II. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK. MILLER. TALBOT C. DORSMAN. 'GEORGE o. TIFFANY, Officers of Bane County. County P. ATAVOOD. B. SAVE AT. Clerk of Court-CHARLES LUM. Clerk B'd BJORNSEN, S. MAIN. DUNNING. Prosecuting H. ROYS. BABBITT. BISHOP. .Officers of Town of Madison. II. LEWIS, Chairman, P EARNEST SOMERS, II. J. HILL. Town DONNELLON, DOERSCHLAG, Corporation Officers. President-SIMBON H. VAN BERGEN, GEO.W.'OAKLEY, 'G-EO. C. ALBEE, MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES LIVSEY-, CLARK; ;N.- JOHNSON; BROWN.' FITCH. to "'om'oris'uig most of the German Classics, the Complete works of Goethe, Schiller, Uhland, Les- in'T, to which we invite the attention oi: our ien'uan castoiners, as well as those conversant vith'that language in general. Our stock of indil" V0 Ca iftiViattiUlifcSil.'WMU nu m Of the first quality, being of their own manufac- ture, also every description of GENT'S FURNISHING 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 afford to customers at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. They also keep on: hand an extensive assort Dient of Cloths, Cassimers, Vestings and Trimmings, Consisting in part of Bioly and Simony 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 as good as can be found in any establishment ii the State. In connection with our. Boob.Store is a 13 f! ffl AVhere we are prepared to do anything in that ine with dispatch jintViu the neatest style.- The Premium for the best binding done in the state ins been awarded'us at the State Fair for two years in succession, and we trust that we .can give entire satisfaction in. this. department. AYe "uauufacture and keep constantly on hand a gen- eral assortment of BLAUK BGOS3 of Every Description, Muled after any desired pattern, and bound in the neatest and most substantial style. AVe are. also prepared :to' procure by express up- on short notice, any books to bo found in the east- ern market. Our motto is JOTC
f the country, he is permitted to name t.'ie Mlow- ng in Madison AME IN ber, on Saturday, tV. 5th of August, 1854, a light 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. Dated Town of, Medina, Dane county, AVis. Aug. Oth 1854. _ _ HILAN F. BETTS. .Steam- Mill for Sale.- THE SAW -MILL at Pheasant Branch, seven miles from Madison, commonly known as AVhittlesey'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. .My 1854. ;vln4 ILSLEY CO. DOZEN Brown Faster's Patent DoubV. 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! AS I shall devote my attention particularly to Custom Work, and 'the best Imparted Materials for'Gen- tlemen's Wear, as well us visit our Eastern Cities twicit a year, and remuin ;is long as 1 think proper, in order to ob- tain tlie EUROPEAN STYLES Of Garments, as well as our own. I am confident of giv- as L'oud satisfaction us can bu had In our most fashion- able Cities, Give me a test. W. S. LKVJSTT. Madison Oct. 21, 1881. vlnl9 Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters J GOOD Variety for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. vln3 J. CO., CA'J'MS! SIMEON MILLS, .Ifeq., B. 'F. L. C. DKAt'Ell. cniiv. A SECOND hand. .with libgariy citse, 4 1-2 OotaVos and six .stops, lanbo'boaght at the MUSIC STORE.; lias been used in one of the New York city chtirclies, -and has'power enough for aay ordinary-church or leothre State, tt is of a. in. good condition. IvicloiUcwMs, Sheet Always, on hand, and as anywheEe else. ''Large advertisements in Foreign Tapirs, not expscted ira'stiU pri- ces, a'nd good than puf- fy procliii-uations, Msidison, Sept., 5, NKW. ANS S'UG-AB. this, day: :been put in which barrel or very .'.oheap. "TIBBITS ESTE.AY. "IAMBinto the enclosure of the subscriber in tUo_'.l.own of Dunn, ontJiu lltli inst., ;i 13 AY ilVnut nine yenvs old, miu-lvC'd With a White Stripe upon his seVeraUyliitu ojicli side. Ihs owner s Iiure'hy reciuestcd to prove property, pay Divtad Fit Uane Wis. J OUN .1MRMIN', October 21, 1854. LOCKS 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 Store. inn HE GREATEST VARIETY of Fancy goode _! ever in this market, now opening at nl WRIGHT'S. PARIS GREEN, Chrome fel low, Yellow Ochre, Spanish. Brown, Vene- tian Reel. Fire Proof Paint, Vand.ike Brown, Chinese and Vermillions, Umber, burnt and raw, Indian Red, Ultra Marine and Prussian Blue, at nl WRIGHT'S REMINGTON JOHNSON. Attorneys at Law and ''Solicitors in Office, in AVells' Block.'first door South 'AYest of the Capital Madison, Wis. H. .REailNtiTON, J. W. JOHNSON, Plate'd 'Salt Cellars, a new article, a ROTH'S Jewelry Store. lease glye us a. call and examine, our goods, elsewhere. A GOLD PEN AND PENCIL, on Thursday night last. It was either drop- ped in the Cars, or lost in going from the cars to my dwelling. The finder will be suitably reward- ed bv leaving said article at this office. Oct. S. D. CARPENTER. Silk and Straw Bonnets. N Endless we w.ill sell tow to close out for the season. H. H. l No. 2, BKUEN'S Gravel! Gravel! 4TRICK CARMANDY ris prepared to fur- .-_ nish gravel of the liest quality, for streets or ide-walks, short and on a-easonable terms. bi'.Fo'r AVILDER'S Patent Salamander of vlnS TIBBITS Ii'aWns.-an'd Dress (Jooids. LARGE itiYoice very late'st and most .fashionable-, and for sale Cheap. .vlnl Administrator's Sale. THE undersigned will sell at public auction.- Sauk City, Siiuk County, TENTH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, the 'pcwn-- al property of CHARLES WYCKOFF, dwtwwetl, consisting of Beds, Bedding, Linen, Ta- bles, Stands, Carpeting, Sofos, Crockery and Glassware of all kinds. AVooden ware, Hard- ware, Stoves, Liquors and AVines of every kind, Syrups, Cordials, .Groceries, Double and Single Plated Harness, one two-seated Covered Carriage and one three-seated Covered Carriage, one Dou- ble Wagon, and other of personal projK erty too numerous to mention. The above nam-. ed Household Furniture, Carriages, are new and of the best style and quality. The Wines and Liguors are the very best that could be foiwl in the city of New York. The u'ndersigned will also sell one span ses, also a Lease of the United HoteL, in Sauk City aforesaid. Said Hotel ia for 8alcx and, is well situated for an extensive bflteli biwi-. Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Groceries, Mills' Block, Madisoa. j INE WHITE" FLANNELS, .real, Welch; arid Wii Silk and green Flannels, Green Baize, by DONALDON TREADWAY. TO i of 10 or Cash-, On sums over .flO, throe months credit, with. 12 percent interest" and approved security. Sale to com- mence'at 9, A. M. GEORGE ANDERSON; Administrator of CHARLES AVYCKOFF, deceasecl, Dated Sauk City, Sept. 22, 1854.
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