Madison Daily Patriot, November 10, 1854

Madison Daily Patriot

November 10, 1854

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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin -then VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 10, 1854. NUMBER 9. DAILY PAIltlOI. CO., OSE SixaiiK 8 Regular Advertisements to be handed in as car- ly as 4 o'clock p. in., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVERT IMIXG- Z Owe column, per One column, six One column, three Half column, per Quarter column, per One square per Business card, per One square, one 75 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, aii'.l they are determined to observe that virtue, both 'in their news and job departments.- 'iOiJ EE'S SKY LIGHT 1111 FInckney St., BSadisojL, Wis., door lo (am: fcrissikl's UI.' ONLY ON.1! i'LKlUT 01-' BTAUIS .CO is the only Dagucrrian. Room in town _B. -up only one Uight of others.being in the fonrth story and about a day's journey up to them, especially for "children and aged people. STAND a choice selection 801 111 If If Illllf III HAVE JUST RECEIVED AT if THEIR. OLD Miscellaneous Wisconsin, COllNEll 03? KING AND JJ.CHU.US STS.----MADISON. 4 RE now in the receipt of their large and ___ fashionable stock of 1'U.LLKR'S Gallery is furnished with the best ''Books, School Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, Of the first quality, bcina'of their own ma-nuta light of any room in the largo Sky Light Cutlery, Children's Gold Pens, Lithographs ture, also every description of and side lisrht attached. Having trood instru- of every variety, .Ciau'ic Books, (.Jilt Krauuw, Put- i better and larger stock than can be uaiu's self-adjustijig fixtures, Tassels, j found in any other room, .ho is jii-e- .Reticules, etc. etc. etc. pared to put up FIRST CLASS PICTURES Our stock of MiscslIaneOUS B pared to and no others are allowed to go out of Iris cstab- I of an assortment of lishineut. Instruction given in the art. Stock and apparatus furnished at very low rates. nl'Ttf ii-i-ii c.'rf 3 Arsenic, nor A ND ONK ONK C? Such as silk and cotton "Wrappers and Drawers, OO.S.S consists Hocks, Node Ties, Stocks, Neck and Pocket- Hand- i kerchiefs, Shirts of all kinds and qualities, and every variety of goods adapted to gentlemen's of permanent "value, as well as the lighter jPopTl- I :lil of v'Ilich wil1 ts customers lax Works of the day. We have in addition' to at these, a seleution of LOWEST CASH PRICES. They also keep on hand an extensive assort incut of Cloths, Cassimers, Vesti'ags and Tri United Status LIN (Voting Vice 11. ATCtl'fSON. Secretary of L. MAUCY. Secretary of JAM'US GUTHIIIK Secretary of MuOLKLLAND. Secretary of ivi'l- KRSON DAVIS. Secretarv of C. Post iMaster Ll'liJ C'JSI I.I.XG. Speaker of the BO YD. Unitetl States Snproitie Chief B.'TANKY. Associate Mi'LiOAK. JAMKS M. 'WAYNE, JOHN CATRON, PKTKR V. D.VNIBL, SAMUKL C. Glli Kli. IJM.NMA.MTN (MJUTLSS. C. Wisaoiisiii State VVU'.LIA'M A.. r.Ail.-vY.TW. Lieut, of T. GliAY. Attorney Iv 15. S.M ITU. Siioeriu'tontent l.'uhlio A. 'WIUGfIT 'Bank M. D.i-LVNIS. State Prison VV. Ji'IAliKH. Judges tlie Wsjpi'euie Court. Chief V. "WiHTON. SAMUKL CUAAVPOHD. Circn.i.1 Judges. 'JAM-KS 11, 1L Li-lVi: ni. cir.v'uivicpi n. "IV. Tl'MO'i'li V. 'M. '.VI. YL KNO'VLTON. 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, 'lleriitti'iit, Jaundice, Cold Svreats, Indigestion, Debility, Female Complaints, Weaknesses, For the Litter it is one of tlie best and safest. medicines before the public-. i A trial of this medicine vrill co.uv.ince the most j skeptical of its Great 'Virtue. 1.1-y EDWIN BAK complete works 01 Goethe, Schiller LJliland Les- j Consistinu; in part of Bioly and Simony Broad to wluch we nmte the attention ot Cloths aml aml American German customers, as well as those convenant j Marseilles and silk Testings of the choicest varieties, which will be sold, or made np to order in the Litest and most approved styles, j.1. _ j. _ 1 i 7 r N E W S A LOON AND In Block, iiinlcr the Dane Cour WILL be opened on the 4th of July. HOT COFFEE and MEALS served at all hours. The table will be supplied with Every Luxury of the Season. Farmers furnished at 20 cents per meal. PrUws of every thing moderate. Call and sc for yourselves. GRAIN CKADLES. E Have this day received, and offer for sale :it wholesale or retail, 75 Mulay Cradle Scythes, warranted. 25 Strain-lit .From the celebrated factory of Russell Morgan. Esq., Oiiondaa-a ci.imty, nl TIB.BLTS GORDON. PATENT STRETCHED with that language in general. Our stock of terms. Itavinu; an i i.hey can assure their old customers and the ]iub- li U. S. Sesnitors. 11'F.NRY DODGE, of IVuva county. ISAAC P. of '.Milwaukee. U. K, Kapresejitalivcs. I. DANIEL 'Jr., of Milwaukee. II. BUN EASTMAN, of PJalreviUe. III. JOHN B. MACY, of Fond du Lac. i'nr; J- 1 M f BIJGSLEY BAMCEOET, llsach and Liiacolis St-re- OVK.U TII10 WOHOESTEIi, EA.ILRO.U) PASSEXOEll DJi Is as good as can be found in any establishment in the State. In connection with our Book Store is a I lc that m custom work they can't be ,_ w_ ,__, Eastern Establishments. Where we are preparea to do anything in thai i of! Straw, Panama and line with dispatch and in the stvle. The i ul'f. Premium for the Wn.lin- done in'the state J w mvjte the has been awarded us at the' Hfate Fair two imbh" to cil :lt' ou- ishmou, au.l we can as- sure them that as to style, cpmlity and price of our goods, they can. hardly fail to be suited. Remember the oldstaml, above Tibbits' ot Gor- don's. H. FRIEND WHOLES A I, SI ID-3 A !L IKS 11 S Li all the most fishionable styles of K'il they aroseir.ling into of the A nice and cheap article, which is in inand from all quarters. facilities for doing business, they are confident they can make it for the interest of dealers eve- rywhere to patronize them. Aug 12, lS-5-i. w-qri' "i" i i.ija v.'LW.i.sii 'T THE Ji'EW YORK CRYSTAL PJ1LJ1.CE EXIII3ITIOJY for ti, RADICAL T R OJ S S 9 awarded by Coiuinittec' of tuo most onn- of tlt.o coiintL'y, to li'LCtw i- BLAHS BOOKS of Every Description, _ __ Ruled after any desired pattern, and bound in the j MOUS.E WI.FI3 AND FAMILY G'OODS. neatest fuid most substaii.tial iityle. as Drapery, Muslin, rich. Damasks, are also prepared to procure by express up- Moreens, Linen Napkins, Towels, Towelintr, oil short notice, any books to bo found in the east- Crash, linen and cottuu Sheeting, Pillow-Case and Window Blind Linen, Marseilles Quilts and Toilet Covers, colored ami white, linen Stair Cov- er, Window Shades, Huckabuck and Haberdashe- ry. Also, 3 PJy siisitS Ssrpc'v '2 I'3y t'snrsKMijiB'i, the licst assortment ever brought to Madison Oil Cloths, one-half to two yards wide wool, And we shall sell our prices. WEED EBER1IARD. -K Ang 1, IS'4. 1 8y STONH 2 STONE E have fitted up, at the Stc.-im Mill, on Morris street 1FO3JS OF SAWS i To saw Stone, ami lia-ve opened and are working I linen and. cotton Drugget, India matting, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats for si-leolieap, by furnishing Sroiio of a, superior quality, and beau- ful color. Having engaged skillful and experienced work- h' on iar sale, ater Tables, And furnish to oi'der at short notice., Cornices, Ornamental. 'Work, Steps, Posts, or Stone in a.ny reasonable or tbrm. State Agricultural Sooiisty. W. EDGE li'L'ON. Vice LEMUKL .JOINl'lll, NATHANl.I'lL B. Recording and Cor. C. ING-HAM. iM A1.-ISHALL. Executive S. DACGETT, :iO. ELA, H. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CA.DY, MA'R'IC. AlOVLER. TALBOT C. DOUS.MAN. GEORGE 0. TIFl-'ANY. Officers of .Dane County. 'ounty P. AT WOOD. B. SWEAT. Uerk of IVUM. 'lerk B'd BJ ORNSEN. S. MAIN. DUNNING. rosocuting H. 'ROYS. RDSSEIVL BAB IUTT. .BISHO P. Officers of Town of Madison. II. LEWIS, Chairman, EARNEST SOME US, H. J. HILL. Town AS. DONNELLON, DOERSCHLAG. Corporation Officers. MILLS. II. VA.N BERG-EN, G-EO. W. OAKLEY, GEO. C. ALBEE, MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES L1VSEY, CLARK, N. JOHNSON. E. BROWN. DEMM1NG- FITCH. Call and examine them before purchasing, i'or Sale at the JiJr. HOa'j'C, BiiuBS's .iij'iOOK, SCAJHSOS October 7, 18-55. vju'l.Tinn IMI'URXEKS AXJ) IN (I r-- ALSO 'Rectifiers of a Sxipcrior article of z: ss ss "sr 2 NVhiskoy by the single or hiuulscd barrels con- EDWI.N BABER, H. RAY" ISHAM. 011 hand. _ _ ___ "i'J'-; lilt li 9 0 to the PEOPLE'S CJ1SH STORE, and soc if IPS A 'I'P 1-1 A "R A TTAT5S Ji. A.A, Cannot be had at Wholesale or Ret-all. Bry Gaoals, Hsii'iliv: !i.iug, or will be sold at the or de- livered in. town, very luw tor Cash. Contractors, and all. in want of Stone, will jiud it firr tiivir interest to give us a call. '''rders from will juoet proi.upt at- teution neir lor :fe. can be had low E. D. ILSLEY CO. Malison, J'uno 17, !So4; nl. vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY, YON'S KATHAIEION, Barry's Tricopherous, l__4 PJialon's Hair Invigerator, and ail other preparations for the hair, at, WRICrHT'S. A Building 'ROUGH Sl'ONE, covered with Cement or Stuccu is fur much better and quite, us cheap as one built of common brick or wood. The Stuoco can bo 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 bu had wiry low of vln-t E. D. I.LSLKV" ,t CO. A j IE "IN'THE" EN 'c'Lo URE tiie" subscri- her, on Saturday, tl.j_ "Mi of August, have become Asrouts for tlic JL wile of SClliCNK'S PA.TENT STRETCHED and will ahvays keep on hand a full assn-iment of widths. They will also orders for I'atout WJ'I'll l.OCOMOTIVK DOllJiB. ___TD313ITS GORDON. Foster's Patent Heater SAD IRONS, a superior article, just received and for sale at manufacturers prices Joy nl TIBBITS GORDON. N WIRE S. from No. 4 to No. for sale by nl TIBBITS GORDON. J> ROLfD Box Vice, 1 "2 Colter Keyed Vices, 5 Parallel do, 5 Bench and Jewellers' do, 12 Hand VL'es. All which we will sell to please, nl TIBBITS GORDON. ANVILS. WE Have on bawd, for sale low, 5 Armitaga Anvils, Wilkeson's Anviis, 10 Ameri- san Anvils. nl TIBBITS GORDON. -.3 SCYTHE STONES. GROSS of Quhmcbeek Stones, 15 gross Indian Pond do., 5 Tons Berea Gri: Stones for Sale bj7 ul of Grind. TIUBITS GORDON. DOXEN Bi-own .Faster-3 Patent Double Heater Sa4 Ii-nns, a superior Article, just re- ceived, and for salo at maniifaoturev's prices by ill Tl'BBlTS GORDON. feet, blind in the off eye, half hipped in the oft and take said horny a'.vay. Dated Town of Medina, Dane county, Wis. AIV. IHli HI LAN BETTS. IS. Attends to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Spcoiricatious, and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- ing out Cemeteries, .Public and Private Stenm Mill for Sale. riPUTERA.W MILL at Pheasant Branch., seven JL miles from 'Madison, commonly known. Wliittleuey's Mill, Vi-ill be at a bargain and on easy and accommodating terms. Any one ac- quainted 'with, the business can, by personal at- tention, make very profitable concern. July 2, 1851-. vln-t E. D. ILSLEY CO. description. His experience in all the above branches, in Now York, Cmcumatti and other places, warrants him iu guaranteeing entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with, their patronage. UK I'OUSD AT TUK O MADISON F.IC K O J. Among liis numerous reftn-ences in various parts of the country, he is permitted to namet.l'e follow- ing; in. Madison .1. J'ARAV.KLL fc CO.. J. HLC.1SA.1.1DSON CO., IS. 1'. JlOL'KLNri, L. C. A. A. BOitlSICK, OHUB.OH OB.'3- 4 SECOND hand Church Organ, with a rna- _____ case, 4 1-'.' Octavos and sis stops, G-RA.1- k bTARkStake great pleasure in an- can be bought for at the .unmcing to the Public that notwithstanding the r-JrcTair' c-rnn'pr' .-reat oxcitcn.oat on the Nebraska Bill, they have idOSIC 61 GitK gr lately returned from Now York and Boston with an Immense stock of Goods, which they otlbr at prices that cannot fail to please. Their goods were purchased expessly for this market and at great'bargains. vlnlSyl NEELY GRAY. JOHNSON J. STARK.S. Madison, Oct. 12, 1854. PUMPS have come also, those R. R. JL Lanterns. Those in want of Pipe? Sitovo I35pus, Tim anil Please give us a call and we will supply all orders on short notice. A nice lot Japanecl Ware, Boxes, Trunks, Can- dlesticks, constantly on hand. vln9 BAKER SEABOLT._ "ROTH'S JeWry Store. The Organ lias been used in one of the, New York city churches, and has power enough for any ordinary church or lecture room in the State. It is of a sweet tone and in good condition. PiailOS, SifaCKt MUSlCj Always on hand, an.d sold as clieep 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. HOLT. Madison, Sept. 5, 1854. vlulTom NEW ORLEANS SUGAR. 6> K- HOGSHEADS have this day been put in store, which we will soli by the hogshead, barrel or pound, very cheap. nl TIBBITS GORDON. into tliu cylrlnsnre of the suhst'rilwv in Duini, on tlio 3'Jili last., u lar.-fi BAT 3L.SVBTT. 1USTOM TAILORING- iH T EiVlf S I jny aU.'nlion iiartioviUiri'.v- to Oustoji i. IV.T'i, mid tljo liaiiiu-l.wl Mutoriiils foi-CU'n rt visit our Cilius twice: I. nni oiiiifidunt: of i-lisul in nur-uioKt fashion AV. S. JJCVK'J.'T. Tllllfl Stvau- autl iJ'orn Stalk Cutters A GOOD V'arie: y f.iv sale by TIB GORDON. BLOCKS! ('LOCKS! of all kinds, sorts sizes, for j-ier cent, cheaper than ever sold before iu this place, to be had at IiOTil'.S Jewelry Store. rpRF- C.liEA'i'l'ST VALUKTYof Funcy goods- S ever i.u this, market, now opening at about riiuu ycrivs Tiiue, ami wh marked spots MOUSE, upun. [Jiy JOHN IMIiiUJf, M Di-sx, '.Diuiu Co., Vis. Outolmv 21, 185-i. iilDw-J: ART'S Green, Clu-omo Yel low, Yellow Ochre, Spanish Brown, 'Vene- tian "Red. Fire Proof Paint, Vandike Brown, Chinese and Vet-millions, Umber, burnt and raw, Indian Red, Ultra Marine and Prussian Blue, at nl WRIGHT'S- JJEMINGTQN" JOHNSON. Attorneys at-Law and Solicitors in Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of tlie Capital House, Madison, Wis. H. 'VV. KtmiNGTON, J. W. JOHNSON, SILVER Plated Salt Cellars, a, new article, a ROT.'11'S Jewelry Store. ?y Please give us a call and our goods before purchasing elsewhei-e. nl GravelJ Gravel! 3A.TRICK CARMANDY is prepared to fur- nish gravel of the best quality, for streets or ide-walks, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. vlnoSwii. For Sale -g WILDETt.'R Patent Salamander i of vlri8 TIBBITS 4- Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Chcniicals, Groceries, Mills' Block, Madison. Yln.19 Lawns and Dress LARGE invoice of the very latest and most fashionable styles, just received, arid for sale Cheap. H. H, HAYES, vlnl No. 2, BRTJEX'S BLOCK, MADISON. rear Welch and Silk Warps, super sujier, also red yellow 'and, green Flannels, Green Baize, by TREADWAY. FEN" AND on Thursila.y night last. It was either drop- ped in the Cars, or lost in from the cars to, jny dwelling. Tho finder will be suitably reward-. ed by leaving said article at this office. Oct. G, 1S54. S. D. CARPENTER. Silk and Straw Bonnets. N Endless we will sell VKRT LOW to close out ibr the season. H. H. HAYES, vlnl No. 2, BUBKN'S BLOCK. Administrator's Sale. P" 1 1 111'] undersigned will soil at public auction at, i Sank City, Sank County, Wisconsin, on tko TENTH DAY O.K OCTOBER NEXT, the person al property of CHARLES WYC.KOFF, deceased K consisting of Reds. Redding, Linen, To-. bles, Stands, Carpeting, Solas, Crockery and; Glassware of all lands." Wooden Hard- ware, Stoves, Liquors and Wines of every- kiiidx Syrups, Cordials, Groceries, Double and- Single Plated Harness, one. two-seated Covered and one three-seated 'overcd one Dou-. bio Wagon, and other articles of prop-. orty too numerous to mention. The above mim- ed 'Household Furniture, two new nid the liest si vie and quality. The Wines. ind Liquors are the very that could be found n the city of New York.. The undei'sift-ned will sell one .span of ics, also a Lease- of the United States in Sauk City Said Hotel is also fov sidck and is well situated fur mi extensive hotel busi- ness, s OF AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT All sums of or under, Cash. Orj all sums over three, moatlis credit, with 12 percent nterest and approved security.. Sale to com-. nence at 'J, A. M. GEORGS ANDERSON, Administrator of CHAUHSS, deceawjdU- Dated Sauk City, Sept. 1854. ;