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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin You're Rights-then6-o-a-lieacL" VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 11, 1854. NUMBER 10. 1LAILY CARPENTER CO., PUBLISHERS. T K RMS s ONE YEAR, Srx MONTHS, Regula-r Advertisements to be handed in as ear- ly as 4 o'clock p. in., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per year, One column, six. mouths, One column, throe months, Half column, per year, lo.OO Quarter column, per year, One square per year, Business card, per year One square, one insertion, 7o 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 yntnatuctlity in business, and they arc determined to observe that virtue, both in their news and job aepartments. _ DIIISTORY. United States Government. TIERCE. Acting Vice 11. ATCHISON. Secretary of L. MARCY. 'Secretary of GUTHRIE. Secretary of Interiw-ROBEIlT McCLELLAKD. Secretary of DAVIS. Secretary of C. DOBBIN. Post Master GUSHING. Speaker of the BO YD. United States Supreme Court. Chief B. TANEY. Associate Mc.LEAN. JAMES M.WAYNE, JOHN CAT.RON, PETER V.DANIEL, SAMUEL NELSON, 'KOBUKTC. GRIER, 'BENJAMIN R. CURTISS. C'. HOWARD. Wisconsin State Officers. A. BARS'I.'OW. Lieut, _T. LEWIS; of T. GRAY. H. JANSSEN. Attorney GEORGE B.'SMITH. ;8nperitttentent Public A. WRIGHT Bank M. DENNIS. State Prison A. W. STARKS. Judges sf the Supreme Court. Chief V. WHITON. D. SMITH, SAMUEL CRAWFORD. Circuit Judges. 1. J.AMES 11. DOOLITTLE. II. LEVI HUBBELL. lit. CHARLES H. LARRABEE. IV. TIMOTHY 0. HOWE. V M. M. OOTHERN. VI. WYRAM KNOWLTON. II. S. Senators. HENRY DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALKER, of Milwaukee. U. S. Representatives. I DANIEL WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. II. BEN C. EASTMAN, of III. JOHN B. MACY, of Fond du Lac. State Agricultural Society. W. EDGERTON. .Vice RUSLING, LEMUEL W. JOINER, NATHANIEL B. CLAPP, Hecording and Cor. C. INGHAM. MARSHALL. .Executive S. DAGGETT, RICHARD E. ELA, H. N: SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK MILLER. TALBOT C. DORSMAN. GEORGE O. TIFFANY. Officers of Dane County P. ATWOOD. B. SWEAT. Clerk of LUM. Clerk B'd BJOttNSEN. ET S. MAIN. DUNNING. Prosecuting H. ROYS. BABBITT. BISHOP. Officers of Town of Madison. H. .LEWIS, Chairman, EARNEST SOMERS, H.J.HILL. Town DONNELLON, DOERSCHLAG, Corporation Officers. MILLS. VAN BERGEN, GEO. W. OAKLEY, GEO. C. ALBEE, MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES LTVSEY, CLARK. E. BROWN. SKY LIGHT )l854. MADISON 1854. W Pinckney St., Madison, Wis., Next door to tbc P. Gsoilal's Store. JET 'UP ONLY ONE 'SLIGHT 01? STAlliS cCO THIS is the only Daguerrian' Room in town up only one flight of others being in the fourth story and about a clay's journey up to for children and aged people. FULLER'S Gallery is furnished with the -best light of any room in the large 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 put up FIR S T CLASS PIC TURES ind no others are allowed to go out of his estab- lishment. Instruction given in the art. Stock and apparatus furnished at very low rates. alTtf A T 'Q S 1 0X5. V JLjLJLj K> JDA A J- JtiXUKJ g neither Ayscnic, Calomel, nor Quinine, NDONE ONE O.F THE BEST, SUREST, _ And Safest Remedies yet discovered for the following diseases, arising from on improper ac- ;ion of the Liver and Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Chill Fever, Diarrhea, Loss of A.ppetite, Intermittent, and Dysentery, Sick Headache, Jaundice, 'Cold Sweats, Indigestion, Debility, Female Complaints, "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. Said by EDWIJf D. BAKE'K CO. Agents. NO. TO, HAST WATER STREET, I' j Ma w li III iVE' JUST .RECEIVED AT THEIR OLD STAND a choice selection of Miscellaneous Books, School Books, Stationery, Paper Hangings, Cutlery, Children's Toys, Gold Pens, Lithographs 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 MTE'RAItY WORKS. of permanent value, as well as; the lighter Popu- lar Works of the day. We have in addition to aese, a selection of BOOKS, Comprising most of the German Classics, the omplete works of Goethe, Schiller, Uhland, Los- ing, to which we'invite the attention of oiir jermari. as well as those conversant vith that language in general. Our stock .of s as good as can be found in any establishment 11 the State. In connection .with our 'Book Store is a WHOLESALE Furniture Establishment. Corner Beach and Lincoln Streets, OVER THE WORCESTER BAILROAD PASSENGER DEPOT, W H O L B S A L B ALE RS In all the most fashionable styles of FUKNITTTRE, HICH they are sending of the United States, South America aaQ the Is- lands of the Pacific. Also, Manufacturers of the A nice and cheap article, which is in great de- mand from all quarters. From their long experience in, and unrivalled facilities for doing 'business', they are confident they can make it for the interest of dealers eve- rywhere to patronize them. Aug 12, 1854. vln9. THE OBILY PRIZE MEDAL T THE NEW YORK CRYSTAL P4LJ1CE EXHIBITION for a RADICAL CURE TRUSS, was awarded by a Committee of the most emi- nent Sdrgeons of the country, to 2 Ir2 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. Marsh's Shoulder Braces and Abdominal Sup- porters are conceded to be the eatiest as well as most efficient of Instruments. Call and examine them before purchasing. For Sale at the DRUG STORE OF DP. HOLT, BRUEN'S BLOCK, MABISON. October 7, 1855. ylnl7inS D. BAKER IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE KEALEKS IN Wines, Liquors, Cigars, of a Superior article of TT" d TKZT 9 Jti. JL JA- JBJI x. m 70 East Water Street? Milwaukee, "Wis. Whiskey by the single or hundsed barrels con- stantly on hand.: EDWIN D. BASER, vlnlVyl H.RAY ISHAM. 1854. SEWS! 0854, O to the PE OPLE' S CASH STORE and see if GREAT Cannot be had at Wholegale'or Retail. Dry Hardware 'anA Girtoccr.ics. GR AY STARES take great pleasure in -ita- to the Public that notwithstanding the great excitement, on.the Nebraska Bill, they have lately'returned and Boston with an Immense stock of Goods, which 'they offia-at prices that cannot fail to please.., Their goods were purchased .expessly -this market and a; NE-EKSTi GliAX. Qct; T' HOSE' i i'mlfand we wiltsupply. all on'shpr't rioticjel' nice lot Tru'nks, C.an dles'ticks', fe-'i vln-9' B OQUETi Holders at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. Vhere we are prepared to do anything in that ine'with dispatch and.in .'the neatest style. The Premium for the best binding clone in the state las been awardid us at the State Eair ,'br two years in succession, and we trust that ive can jive en tire satisfaction'in this department. We manufacture and keep constantly on hand a gen- eral assortment of BLABJK BOOKS, of Every Description, Ruled after any.desired pattern, and bound in the icatest arid most'substantial style. We are also prepared to procure by express up- on-short books to be found in the east- ern market. Our motto is QUICK SALES, and SMALL PROFITS.' And we shall sell our goods at the lowest cash Diices. WEED EBERHARD. Madison, Atig 1 8y STONE STONE STO.NK WE have'fitted, tip, at the Steam Will, 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, 'uvnishmg. Stone of a superior quality, and bea.u- l color. Having engaged skillful and experienced work- men, we are prepared to'execute orders for Bulki- ng Stone of every description, 'with Great Sis customers at the LOWEST CASH PRICES. They also keep 011 hand an. extensive assort ment of Cassimers, Vestings and Trimmings, Consisting in part of- Bioly and Simony Broad Cloths and .Doeskins. French1 and American Cassimers, .Marseilles and silk Testings of the choicest varieties, whicli will be sold, or made up to order 'in the latest and most approved styles, and on the most reasonable terms. Having an They can. assure their old customers and the pub- lic generally that in custom work they can't lie beat by Eastern Establishment's. AT ALL TIMES, A 'large stock of Silk, Straw, Fur, Panama and other hats for sale cheap. Thankful for past patronage, we invite the public to c.all at our establishment and we can as- sure them- that as to style, quality and price of our goods, they caia hardly fail to be suited. Remember the old stand, above Tibbits' Gor- don's. H. FRIEND BRO'S. Madison, July 8, 1854 vlri4 IIQUSEWIFE AND FAMILY GOODS. UCII as. Drapery, .Muslin, rich Damasks, Moreens, Linen Napkins, Towels, Toweling, linen and cotton Sheeting, Pillow-Case and1 Window Blind Linen, Marseilles Quilts and Toilet Covers, colored and Stair Cov- er, Window Shades, Huckabuek and Haberdashe- ry. Also, Brussels 3 Ply aiial Super 2 Ply Carpeting, the best assortriierit ever brought to Madison Oil one-half to two' yards wide wool, linen and cotton matting, .Hearth Rugs, Door Mats tor sale cheap, by vlnf DONALDSON ct TREADWAY. LYON'S .KATHAIRON, Barry's Tricopherous, Phalon's Hair Invigerator, and all other preparations for the hair, at WRIGHT'S. A Building F ROUGH STONE, covered with Cement or Stucco is far handsomer, much better and quite us 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 riot superior, to one of dressed stone. The material for such buildings can be had very low of vln4 E. D. ILSLEY CO. Attends to all kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, arid superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- ing out Cemeteries, Public and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and "'Drawings e every description. His experience in all the above branches, in New: York, Ciricinnatti warrants him in guaranteeing entire satisfaction, to all who may faVor him with their patronage. MAY BE FOUND AT THE Ol? t. J. JMABISON WISCONSIN. .numerous references in varioiis parts' of the country j lie is permitted to namet'ie foil ing ;in; Madison SIMEON MI.LLS, HOI'KINS, C. DBAPJBK. be.r, on Saturday.' tt. iilrof A.ugust, 1854, IL 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 arid prove property, pay charges, arid take said horse away. Dated Town of Medina; Dane county, Wis. Aug. 9th 185-1. HILAN F. BEITS. Steam Mill for Sale. HE 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, 1.854. vlii'-i E. D. ILSLEY CO. E W SALOON AND In Braica's Block, under the Dane Cour Bank, I'LL 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 pur meal. Prices of every thing moderate. Call and se for yourselves. GRAIN CRADLES. E Have this day received, and offer sale at wholesale or retail, 75 Mulay Cradle Scythes, warranted. 25 Straight From the celebrated factory of Russell Morgan Esq., Onondagu county, N. Y. nl TIBBLTS GORDON, PATENT STRETCHED THE Subscribers have become Agents for the sale of SUHENK'S PATENT STRETCHED LEATHER BELTING, arid will always keep on hand a fall assortment of widths. They will also receive orders for Planing Mnchiiir, mist Sehemk'st X'ojrlnble Stfiiun Kiijf nl WITH LOCOMOTIVE 1I01HOI. TIIJBITS GORDON. DOZEN Brown Foster's Patent Double Heater SAD IRONS, a superior article, just received and for sale at manufacturers prices by nl TIDBITS GORDON. L RON 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, 6 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, 5 Armitagft Anvils, 10 Wilkeson's Anviis, 10 Ameri- can Anvils. nl TIBBITS GORDON. SCYTHE STONES. GROSS of Quinnebeck Stones, 15 gross of Indian Pond do., 5 Tons Berea. Grind Stones for. Sale by" nl TIBBITS GORDON. 6 DOZEN Brown Paster's Patent Double Heater SaA Irons, a superior Article, just re- ceived, and for sale at manufacturer's prices by nl TIBBITS GORDON. L. -CO., J. BICHAKDSON CO., CA.Ti.TN WILLIAMSON D15LAPLAIN BUJIDIPK, A. A.JJIKD. CHURCH ORGABTFOR SALE ASECOiSfb hand with a ma-, Octayos and six MADISON MUSIC STORE. The Organ has been .used .Jn.pne of the New York ci'ty and ppwer enough for any ordinary church, .or leettire'rooin in the State. It is of a sweet toiie'and in good condition. Pianos, Mclodeous, Sheet, Always sold as-cheep as anywhere elsenj Large advertisements in Foreign not expected to suit customers so well os low pri- ces, and gobdarticies consictbred Better ihant puf- fy proclamations D. HOLT..: vlnl73m HOGSHEADS1 hav.e tMs puin ,the hogshead, barrel orspoundviivery GORDON. Dealer'cinDritgsi Medicines Chemicals, Groceries, ills'Block, Madison. ESTRAY. into the enclosuve of the subscriber iu the Town J of on the llth insb., :i lurgc HAY IJORSJE, about iiine years old, nmvked with a White Stripe upon his white spots each side. His. owner is hereby requested .tu prove property, pay Dated at DUXN, Dune 'Co., Wis. JOHN WKHIN, October 21, W. S, LEVETT. CUSTOM TAILORING EMPORIUM! ,t S I sliall devote my attention particularly' to Custom and Hie best Imported for Gen- tlemen's Wear, as well as visit our Eastern Citk's twice a year, ami remain as lung as I think proper, In order to ob- tain the EUROPEAN STYLES Of (lurnients, as u'dl ns our own. T am cunlidcnt of giv ins as good satisfaction as can bu had it) our fathion able Cities, Give me a test. W. S. fcEVOTT. Madison Oct. vlnlO Hay, Straw and Corn Stalk Cutters GOOD Variety for sale by vln3 TIBBITS GORDON. CLOCKS CLOCKS of all kinds, sorts sizes, for sale 25 per cent, cheaper than. ever sold before in this place, to be had at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. HE GREATEST VARIETY of Fancy goods-. ever in this market, now opening at nl WRIGHT'S. T A GOLD PEN AND PENCIL, on. i JL JL Thursday night last. It was cither 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. 'lit. S. D, CARPENTER. ,iARIS SREEN, Chrome Green, Chrome Yel Yellow Oohro, Spanish Brown, Vene- iPujd. Fire. Proof Paint, Vaindike Brown, Chinese and Umber, burnt and raw, Indian fccdV Ultra' Marine and Prussian Blue, at WRIGHT'S JOHNSON. .A-ttprneys at Law and Solicitors: in Weils' door South West of the Capital House, Madison, Wis. Mf. IIJEMINGTON, vlnlO J. W. JOHNSON, SILVER Plated Salt Cellars, a new, article, a 1 ROTH'S Jewelry Store. Please 'give us a call and exaniinf our goods before purchasing elsewhere. ul Gravel! Gra'vel I ATRiCK to fur- .nishi gravel of' tiheibest for streets or ids-walks, at short notice, and on reasonable .terms.x., vlno.SwS. For Sale! WILDER'S Patent Salamander GORDON. Ijawus and Dress Goods. of the very latest and most sale H, n. HAYES, jilNE W.I-iiTE FLANNELS, real Welch and J? iSilk super super, also red "yellow Green DONALDON TREADWAY. Oct. A Silk and Straw Bonnets. N Endless we will sell LOW to close out for the season.. II. H. HAYES, vliil No. Adrainistrator's Sale, THE undersignedhvill at. Sank City, Sauk Comity, tke TENTH DAY OF OCTOBEJi. NEXT, person al property of CHARLES consisting of' Bedding> Ta- bles, Stands, Carpeting, Sofits, Crockery Glassware of all kinds. Hard- ware, Stoves, Liquors and Wines of every Syrups, Cordials, Double and; Single Plated Harness, one-two-seated Covered' nnd one three-seated overed '..'arriagc, one Don We and articles of pevsonjil: prop- erty too numerous to mention. The above nam- ed Household .Furniture, 'Carriages, ure new and of the best stylb and quality. The Wines arid Liquors are the-very best that could in, the city of New York'.. The uiidcrsigned will also sell one span of Hor- ses, also a Lease of the United States Hotel, in Sauk City aforesaid. Stud: Hotel is also for' salex and is well situated for an extensive hotel- busi-. aess. TERMS OF SALE AS FOLLOWS, All sums of or-under, Cash. On ttll: over uuwths.credit, with 12 percent interest and; apprtwed Sale to pom-. mcnce at 9, A. M. GEORGEI ANDERSON, Administrator of CHARLES WYCKOPF, Dated Sauk City, Sept
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