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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin in r im L v PITOIOT. VOLUME 1. "Be Sure Youfre Bights-then MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, NUMBER 12. DAILY PATRIOT. CARPENTER CO., PUBLISHERS. TERMS ONE Six SINGLE d Regular 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 One column, six One column, three Half column, per Quarter column, per One square per Business card, per 1 One square, one 7o jrjf 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. REMINGTON JOHNSON. Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of the Capital House, Madison, Wis. H. W. J. W. JOHNSON, THOMAS DOGGETT, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, EAST KING STREET, MADISON, Wis. JOHN H. McAVOY. Attorney and Councellor at Law, and Solicetpr in Chancery. Office in Wells' Block, Madison, Wisconsin. vlnl 9' JOHN WRIGHT. Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Groceries, Mills' Block, Madison. United States Government. PIERCE, ictin" Vice H. ATCHISON. Secretary of L. MARCY. Secretary of Treasury-JAMES GUTHRIE Secretary of McCLELLAND- Secretary of DAVIS. Secretary of Navy-J. C. DOBBIN. Post Master CTJSHING. Speaker of the BO YD. United States Supreme Court. Chief B. TANEY. Associate McLEAN. JAMES M. WAYNE, JOHN CATBON, PETER V. DANIEL, SAMUEL NELSON, ROBERT C. GRTER, BENJAMIN R. CURTISS. C. HOWARD. S. H. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, ami lianilfitcapc Gardener. 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 o 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 rOUND AT THE OFFICE OF 1. J. PAl'WELL, tyCADISON WISCONSIN. Among his numerous references in various parts of the country, he is permitted to name the follow- iua in Madison Administrator's Sale. THE undersigned will sell public auction at Sank City, Sa.uk Wisconsin., on tke TENTH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, the person al property of CHARLES WYCKOFF, deceased, consisting of Beds, Bedding, Linen, Chairs, Ta- bles, Stands, Carpeting, Sofas, Crockery and Glassware .of all kinds.. Wooden- ware, Hardr ware, Stoves, Liquors and Wines of every kind, Syrups, Cordials, Groceries, Double and Single Plated Harness, one two-seated Covered Carriage and one three-seated Covered Carriages one Dou- ble Wagon, and other articles of personal prop- erty too numerous to mention. The above iiam- .ecl Household Furniture, Carriages, are new and of the best style and quality. The Wines and Liquors are the very best that could be found in the city of New York. The undersigned will also sell one span of Hor- ses, also a Lease of the United States Hotel, in Sauk City aforesaid. Said Hotel, is also for sale, and is well situated for an extensive hotel busi- ness. TERMS QF SALE AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT All sums of or under, Cash. On all sums over f 10, three months credit, with 12 per cent nterest and approved security. Siile to com- mence at 9, A. M. GEORGE ANDERSON, Administrator of CHARLES WYOKOMT, deceased. Dated Sauk City, Sept. 22, Chancery Sale.-- Dime County Circuit In Chancery for the foreclosure of n Mortgage. Neely Gray, administrator pf the Estate of Nicholas Smith, deceased, vs. John Conrad Ott, John James Ott, Matthias .Martin, lYena Mastin, Jacob Sehimler, Mary Schnider, J, Gall, Henry Stern, Jacob Mahler, Carlos Wend t, George Ott, Conrad Xwieky, William Votisli, John S. Clark and .Ezra, L. Yarney. BY virtue and in pursuance of a decretal order of sale niaile in the above entitled cause on the 12th day of October, A. T.S5i, I shall on the 2d tlay of December L. J. 1'AKW.ELL CO., 3.HIOIIAKDSON CO., CA'l'LIN WILLIAMSON- DJiLAFLAIN BUBDICK, SIMEON B. I-'. HOPKINS, L. C. DBAVJSB. A. A. BIKD. Wisconsin State Officers. A. BARSTOW. Lieut. T. LEWIS. Secretary of T. GRAY. H. JANSSEN. Attorney B. SMITH. Superratentent Public A. WRIGHT Bank M. DENNIS. State Prison W. STARES. Judges 0f the Supreme Court. Chief V. WHITON.. D. SMITH, SAMUEL CRAWFORD. es. Circuit Jud 1. JAMES R. DOOL1TTLE. II. LEVl HUBBELL. III. CHARLES H. LARRABEE. IV. TIMOTHY 0. HOWE. V. M. M. COTHERN. VI. WYRAM KNOWLTON. U. S. Senators. HENRY DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALKER, of Milwaukee. OOTS AND immense assort- ___J ment, among which may be found Men'_ boots and shoes, Congress gaiters, bootees, embroi- dered slippers, pumps, Ladies'French gaiters, and half garters, French .kid slips, buskins, Misses' gaiters and buskins of all kinds, children's shoes and boy's boots and shoes, by vlnl DONALDSON TREDWAY. GOOD as Bishop Lawns, India Linens, Book Muslins, Spot- ted Swiss, Barred Mulls, Caaibrics, Linen, Lawn, Linen Cambrics, Dimity for sale cheap, by DONALDSON TREDWAY. next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, at the front door of the Court House, in Madison, in said county of Dane, sell :it Public Vendue to the highest bidder, the following mort- -gaged property, to-wit: Commencing at the east corner -of Block Number fifty-seven, in the village of Madison, running from thence north-west along the street one chain and eighty-two Hnks, thence south forty-eight degrees, west sixty-six links, thence south thirty-live degrees, east one o .aon. fifty-three, in the village of Madison, all situated in the village of Madison, in the county of Dime and State of Wisconsin. WILLKTT S. MAIN. SiruHiKF's OI-TICG, Sheriff, Dane County. Madison, Oct. 21, 1854. rilOwO VU..AS Solicitors. 700D Dozen just received and for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. CRANBERRIES! ust received and for sale aheap, a large qnan, tity of Cranberies at the store of JACOB KNIFF1N. BARRELS RAGS Wanted, by DONALDSON TREADWAY. OOTS AND large lot for. sale Cheap, at H. H. HATES, vlnl No. 2, BBUEN'S 40 BARRELS OHIO WHISKEY, for Medical purposes, iust received, and for sale by DONALDSON TKEADWAY. U. S. Representatives. I. DANIEL WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. II. BEN C. EASTMAN, of Platteville. III. JOHN B. MACY, of FondduLac. State Agricultural Society. W. EDGEKTON. Vice KUSLING, LEMUEL W. JOINER, NATHANIEL B. CLAPP, Recording and Cor. C. INGHAM. MARSHALL. Executive S. DAGGETT, 1UCHAKD E. ELA, H. N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK MILLER. TALBOT C. IiOBSMAN. GEORGE 0. TIFFANY. Olficers of Dane County. County P. ATWOOD. B. SWEAT. Clerk of LUM. Clerk B'el BJORNSEN. S. MAIN. DUNNING. Prosecuting H. ROYS. BABBITT. BISHOP. i) Officers of Town of Madison. H. LEWIS, Chairman, EARNEST SOMERS, II. J. HILL. Town DONNELLON, DOERSCHLAG. .Corporation Officers. MILLS. H. VAN BERGEN, GEO. W. OAKLEY, GEO. C. ALBEE, MEYER FRIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMESLIVSEY, CLARK. N. JOHNSON. BROWN. I EN THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted for Goods, at low prices, by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY. SILK WARP ALPACCAS, all colors and qua] ities, from 25 cts. to per yard, for sale by vlnl DONALDSON TREADWAY. S SUB TWIST double barreled SHOT GUNS and RIFLES, for sale by DONALDSON TREDWAY. Guardians' County Probate. In the matter of the Guardianship of MARY ANN TISINGTON, a minor. fOTIUE is hereby given that by virtue of an _ order of license made in said matter, on the 3d day of July, A. D. 1854, the undersigned guardian of said minor will, on the (J.tti day of November next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the front door of the Court House, in the village of Madison, in said county of Dane, offer for sale at Public Vendue, the following de- scribed land, to-wit commencing at the 1-4 post between sections nine and ten in Town No. eight, north of Range No. ten east, thence south the east line of said section nine forty chains to the south-west corner of said section, thence east on the south line of said section one chain, thence north parallell with first line, seventeen chains and sixty-four links, thence north fifty- eight degrees east nine chains to a point seven chains from the west, and seventeen chains and seventy-five links from the north line of the south west quarter of said section nine, thence north seven degrees east seventeen chains and ninety links to the north line of said quarter-section, thence west on said line ten chains and .twenty- six links to the place of beginning, and contain- ing about twenty acres of land. down at time of sale. HENRY M. WARNER, Dated Oct. 10, 1854. Guardian. Commissioners's Notice. E, the subscribers, being appointed by the T Hon., the County Court for the County ot Dane, Commissioners to receive, examine and ad- just all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Josiah H. Lyon, late of the town of Dunkirk, in said county, deceased, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and eight months from the tenth day of August last being allowed by said Court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we will attend to the business of our said appointment at the dwelling house of Albert Warner, in said town, on the last Monday of January, and the last Monday of March next, from 9 o'Glock, A. M. until four o'clock, P. M., on each of said days. Dated at Dunkirk, this, 28th day of Septem- ber, 1854. ALBERT WARNER, CALVIN BARNARD, Commissioners. By Order of MATTHEW II. CABPUXTEB, Court Commissioner for Rock County. "IVTOTICE is hereby published of an order rc- 1.1. quiring all the creditors of WILLIAM FLETCHER, of the town of Beloit, in the county of Rock, in the State of Wisconsin, an insolvent debtor, petitioning for the benefit of the Act for the relief of insolvent debtors, to show cause, if any they have, before the said Court Commission- er, at his office in the village of Beloit, in the county of Rock, aforesaid, on the ninth day of December next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted. Dated this, 28th day of Sep- tember, A. D. 1854. iilSwfi ROCKWELL PASCO, Att'ys for Petitioner, Beloit, Rock co., Wis. HURRAH FOR OUR SIDE TII1K PUBLIC are hereby notified that the undersigned have opened au EATING SALOON On King- St., Below Wright's Drug- Store. Oysters and Sardines Of the best quality nniy at all times bo found, ready and willing to be eaten, either roasted, stewed raw. Also, GROCERIES Of all kinds, the. best quality, and Cheap as the Cheapest in Market. Use Bought rind Sold. Vegetables of all kinds Friends, thosi- who want anything in our line, give us a you shall not 'io away dissatisfied. LKWIS .V II. Aj'adisonJ Get. i-i, ISM. vlii2l) MADISON BANK, STo. 5, Brusn's Block, Madison, Wis K. A. UJWK, President. L. A. SHATTUCK, Cashier. SHAWLS. IJHOCTI.A, Long and Square Shawls, Cr.ini to Bay State styles. Super White ('rape and embroidered. Cashmere and -M. Laine new ami :u vln20 DONALDSON A VS. A general assortment of .Provisions I'ur .Faiaily rare collection. ALSO, pieces Carpeting, clioiue senei, n.s f Hill-gins' best TJiree-lMy, Snperline, A If Tapestry, 'Velvet. Brussels, Cotton and Hemp, (-arpets at vJu'ao DONALDSON K TIUiA aJCAUTli Kt'tiS, India dialling, l.'arpui, Cotton iinil Wool Dragnet, all widths from '2-J to Ifi-l wide, at vlnUO DONALDSON JcTRUADWAV'.S. '.WBIRHT'SPBPg STORE ORSE RAKES of Leonardsville manufiio ture, iust received and for sale -by TIBBITS GORDON. vlnS DOZEN HAY qual- ities, for sale by TIB BITS GORDON. Sate of Wisconsin-Dane County Cir- cuit Court, In attachment. OLD Pens of every variet and price, from to .f8, for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store Plated and Bone Napkin Rings at ROTH'S Jewelry Store FAIBBANK'S SCAUES. TITHE Subscribers have become Agents for the J_ sale of the above celebrated SCALES, and will always have on hand a completes assortment, from Counter Scales up to the largest Hiiy Scales nl TIBBITS GORDON. JOHN P. HAEBIS, vs. SAMUEL M. WCLCOTT. To SAMUEL M. WOLCOTT, the above named defen- dant. YOU-are hereby notified that a writ of attach- ment was on the 27th day of July, A. D. 1854, issued out of the Circuit Court of said county of Dane at the suit of John P. Harris, plaintiff, for the sura of three hundred and thir- ty-eight dollars and sixty-eight cents, returnable on the second Monday of October, A. D. 1854, and that your property has been attached by said writ to satisfy the demands of the said' plaintiff. JOHN P. .HARRIS, Dated October 11, 1854. Plaintiff VLLAS, ROYS PINHBT, Att'ys for Pl'ff. S 1ILVER Card Cases, beautiful styles, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. NOTICE. By order of MATHEW H. CARPENTEB, Count Commissioner f 01 Rock NOTICE is hereby published of an order re- quiring all the Creditors of ANDREW R. MOSHER, of the town of Beloitj in the County of Rock, in the State of Wisconsin., an insolvent petitioning for'.the .benefit of the Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, to show cause, if any they have, before the said Court Commis- sioner, at his office in the village of Beloit, in the county of Rock aforesaid, on the miiith day of December next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted.. Dated this, 22dday of Sept. A. 1850 ROCKWELL Att'ys for Petitioner, Beloit, Rock pp. Wis. 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 by leaving said article at this office. Oct. S. D... CARPENTER. TWO PIANOS FOR SALE ESTRAY. into the enclosure of the stiBScribe'r in of Dunn, onthe llth inst., a lai-ge BAY about nine years old, marked with; a "White. Stripe upon face, and several white spots upon each side. 'His owner is hereby requested to prove property, pay Dated at DUNN, Dane Co., Wis. JOHN .OTKMIN, October Enquire at this Office. MADISON., S. RCARSHAIX, ILSLEY, BANKERS, WISCONSIN. ;gk TW A-ll.KH A ____ COLUMBIA COUNTY BANK. PORTAGE CITY; WISCONSIN. i years old, and hard as tin oak board, a splendid assortment of patterns and colors from 'J-l to 8-4 wide, ;it vlnao DONALDSON M' AWN AW and Denver Cloths, Wool Yam, Wool itosc and Wrappers and Drawers, Fur Gloves, Ladies fringed Mittens, and other external and internal comforts, at vln-JO DONALDSON DKHADWAV'S. 1CJ1 W1STBR KIBBONS- ___wide for Cloaks. MulTs, Fur Caps, Canada stoukings, Self-ii-djiisting Umbrellas, Builders' .Blocks, .leweh-y, for sale at the Kegnlatur, by vln20 DONALDSON TKK.ADWAY. large assortment of the TKKA.mVAY'3. ibOTfi AN D "Sli'o best workmanship, at vln20 DONALDSON WAR.B, Hardware, choice family (iroeeries, W aml Paper Hangings, Windoiv Shades. Double Barrel Shot duns, for sale at vln20 DONAL'USON TltKADAVAY'S. GREAT CENTRAL Wholesale and Retail Drug Emporium, I WISCONSIN, AT MADISON, J WRIGHT is now receiving at his Store, King Street, Madison, directly from the Eastern Cities, the largest stock of DRUGS MEDICINES. Kver received in the interior of the State, comprising a full assortment of everything in his line, including a heavy Stock of all of which will be sold at the lo'west rates, Wholesale and Be tail, tor cash. O.L1J WINKS and from the Custom House, for sale by vln20 DONALDSON Tli BAKWA V. BAKING crushed to earth will rim: again" and so will DUKKISK'S H.IKINI! I'OWIIKK'S, for sale by vlmM DONALDSON TKKADWAY. MAC.K CASSIA, Cloves, Nutmegs, Pepper, Spice, (lin- ger, Mustard, .Pickles, I'runes, liaisins, Currants, Citron, Corn Starch, Cocoa, Catsup, Chocolate, tiround Sperm and Star Candles, Lamp Oil, Golden Syrup, Java Coffee, best Imperial Teas, Granulated and Crushed Sugars, Hice, Starch, No. 1 Mackerel, at Vln20 DONALDSON TUBADWAY'S. Cap, better and Commercial Note I'nper Jinvelopes, Bill Paper, Cards, and a general assort- ment of Stationery, for sa'e at vlnSO DONALDSON TRKADWAY'S. CKDAR TAILS, Tubs, Keelers, Butter I'ails, Flour Fails, Sugar Uo.xcs, i'aney Baskets, Clothes lliiskets, Well Buckets, Willow Ware. for sale at vlnUO DONA1-DSON NOTICE. THE notes and accounts of DEAN .t BUGGLKS have been j.ilaccd in my hands for immcilJate collection. Persons interested may find me at No. 8, Brnen's Bloclc, OJlice of Botkin, Hood k Wait. COST may be saved by calling without delay. HKNRY 0. WAIT. Madison, October ISfii. Strayed or Stolen FROM the subscriber, in .Tune last, A REI> COW, smallish sine, a little white in the face, blind in the left eye, and about four years old, giving milk at the time. Any person giving information or returning said cow will be suitably compensated. JAM.US HVESKY. Madison, Oct. ____ B Tins greatest variety of Jfancy goods ever in tliin.mar kut, now opening ut is. CHOICE Trench Extracts centsper bottle.upwards, at pure Linseed Oil, by barrel or gallon and large lot for No. a, .liruen's lilock, TONS of- Thompson's pnre Lead, and five Tons of Snow White Jflnc Paint, for sale at vVH.LG.il IS 1 A Ad ID BAJ.U1.ELS best Whale Oil, by barrel MCCirLTY'S Window Glass, all sizes, best kiln-dried Sash, all siaes. 'Putty, Whiting and alway on hand, at 1. Campliine, J'luid, Alchol, J'anners' Oil, Neat Foot's Oil. Machine Oil. at WEIGHT'S, 'EST TEAS, Siigars, Syrups, Tobacco, Spices Flavoring Extracts.Kasius, _______WlilfaHl'h PATH'S'Green, Chrome Chrome V-ellow, lellow Ochre, Spanish Br-wn, Venetian Wed. Kre ttwol Paint, Van< ike Brown, Cliinese aud tmbcr, burnt and Indian .Red. 'Ultra and I rnssnin Blue, at_______________H _. Glasses, Yankee notions, for sale by DONALPSOS TiUSADWAY. 40 1-Barrels Ohio Whiekey, for; Medicinal purposes, just received, and for B ,rBBADWAY. )EST Coach, 'Fivrmturc, Japan and D MARSHAI.I. T: 'YON'S kathairon, Biirry's Tricopheroiis, Pliaton's Hair _Lj! Invigorator, and allother preparationa at 1000 LOOKING GLASSES, at the Regulator, by Vln20 DONALBSON TREADWAY. EST COACH, Furniture, Japan and Demur ___________WR1G-HT'_S. BOOTS AND immense assortment, among wliicli maybe found Men's boots and shoes, Congress gaiters. slippers, pumps, ladies' French gaiters, and If gaiters, French kid slips, buskins' misses' gaiters, and buskins of all kinds, childrens slioes and boys, boots and shoos by DONALDSON TRKADAVAV. IT MADISON DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY! AY1NG located permnuently in ttio truly Vn'iintlfnl. of Madison, where Nature lias left nothing un- done that emilil add to Win beauties of lannscape scenery: and where a just appreciation of the advantages of art, as well an of si-.ience, seems to be thoroughly implanted, and growing up in the midst of Hie people, especially, among those who possess that spirit of progress, and retlnu ment so indlspensibly necessary in building up a great c'u.Vj we therefore wuuld say to the Ladies and. Gentlemen of the town, and the public generally, that our rooms may be nound in BRUEN'S BLOCK, 4th story, on the same floor with the Museum, (now Mug lilted up in superb style, with numerous and im- provements, wiiere an hour may be very profitably spent in viewing a fnir representation of the many natural pro- ductions anil curiosities of the "Great West." In addition io a large and very high SI1JE LIGHT, for general use, we have also a splendid SKY-LIGHT where groups of. any number from five to flfty can be with perfect satisfaction. 1'ietures of sick or deceased pei-sns taken with proM care. Also, views of Landscapes and public or private buildings made to order. Possessing a full sett of the. choicest instruments that the world affords, and other fa- cilities to corresponds, together with a thorough practical experience, we are determined that no cll'orl shall be want- ing to make our gallery one of the First in the country, and hope to receive a liberal share of public At this GaUeryinay also be found Daguerreotype slock, chemlca, instruments, and apparatus of all kinds belong- ing to the trade, and operators wishing to purchase are so- licited to call and examine for themselves. n22m6 c- A- JOHNSON; WHITE as Bishop Lawns, India Linchi, Book Muslins, Spatted Barred Mulls, Owrf
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