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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin THE DAILY PATBIOT. Be Sure You're Right-then VOLUME MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, NUMBER 1JJ. -DAILYJPATEIOT. CARPENTER Si. CO., PUBLISHERS. TERMS ONE Six SINGLE COPY....................... a Reaular Advertisements to be handed in as ear- ly o'clock p. m., to insure insertion m next uiorning'a issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per One column, six One column, three Half column, per Quarter column, per year........... 00 One square per Business card, per One square, one -J 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, an.I. 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. fl II. -VV. REMINGTON, vlnlfl J. W. JOHNSON, and Remit Grocers, EAST KINO STREET, MADISON. Wis. JOHN ii. Attorney and Councellor at Law, and Solicetor hi Chancery. Office in Wells' Block, Madison, Wisconsin. vln19 DIRECTORY. JOHN WRIGHT. Dealer in Drugs, Medicines Chemicals, Groceries, Mills' United States Government. HANK LIN P S. II. TITUS, Architect, Civil Engineer, nntl Imiiihcapc Gardener. Attends to nil kinds of Designing, Drawing Plans, and Specifications, and superintending the erection of buildings, Engineering, Surveying lay- in.' out Cemeteries, Public and Private Grounds, Also executes Maps and Drawings c every description. His experience in all the above branches, in JNew York, Cincinnatti and other places, warrants him in guaranteeing entire satisfaction to all who way favor him with, their patronage. MAT. HE FOUND AT T.IIK OrflCE OF L. J. FATWEM, MADISON WISCONSIN. Among his numerous references in various parts of the'country, he is permitted to name the follow- in a; i.u Madison SIMEON MILLS, .Esq., 1''. HOI'lvlNS, L. C. DRAI'KK. Administrator's Sale. THE undersigned will sell at public auction at Sauk City, Sauk Wisconsin, on tke TENTH DAY OP OCTOBER NEXT, the person: al property of CHARLES WYCKOFF, deceased, consisting of Beds, Bedding, Linen, Chairs, lo- bles, Carpeting, Sofas, and Glassware of all kinds, Wooden ware, Hard- ware, Stoves, Liquors and Wines of .every Syrups, Cordials, Groceries, Double arid Single Plated Harness', one Covered Carriage and one three-seated Covered Carriage, one Dou- ble Wagon, and other articles of personal prop- erty too numerous to mention. The above nam- ed 'Household Furniture, Carriages, 4-0., 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- MTERMS OF SALE AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT All sums 'of or under, Cash. On all sums over three months' credit, with 12 percent interest and approved security. Sale to com- mence at 9, A. M. .Chnucevy Sale.--Dane Couuly Circuit of n. n'OHRMI FOR OUR SUSS reofe. tTcret ry of iHtertorUtXBKRT MoCLELLAND Secrc ry of War-.lEF PERSON DAVIS. of Navy-J Post Master Speaker of the 1ANN. TTnited States Supreme Court. Chiof ROGER B. TANEY. Associate Ju L. ,T. PARWELL CO., CO., WLU-IAWSON DJiliAPLAIN UU-HWCK, Neely Gray, administrator1 of-the'Estate .of Nicholas Sniith, deceased, vs. Jolm Conrad Ott, -John- .lohies Ott, Matthias Martin, 'I'l-ena; Mastin, '.Jacob Scfuiidtjr, Mary Scuriiileiv J, Chill, Henry. .lucab. Mahler, Cnrlus VVemlt, George Ott, 'Conrad Xwicky, William Votisli, Jolm S. Clark anil Ezra L. Vurney. BY virtue anil in 'pursuance of a decretal order of sale made in the above entitled cause on the 12th day of October, A. D. ISoi, I shiill.on the 3d day of December next, at one o'clock in thu afternoon, at the front dnor of the Court House, in Madison, in-said, county, of Dane, still lit Public Yerwlue to t-lie highest Milder, tlie following nxirt- property, to-wit: Commencing at tlie east corner. of Block. Number nfty-seven, in.the.village of Madison, running frtati thence north-west, along the street one chain and eighty-two links, thence degrees, west sixty-six thence south thirty-five east.one chain-anil sixteen links to King street, thence east along King street one chain and forty-one-links to the place of beginning. Also, Lot Six. in Klock lit'ty-iive, in the villiige of 'Madison. Also, Liit Nuhilx-ved Eleven, IM liloek number fifty-three, in tjie village of Madison, all situated-in tlie village of iladison, iu the Bounty of Kane and Stute of Wisconsin. WaLKTT S. MAIN. SIIEBIKP'S Of VICE, I Sheriff, Dane County. Madison, Oct. nlOivO VILAS'ROTS Pixsur, >T'I1K PUUU.C' are hereby IT JL have im E TING S C s- ;OaEing- St., Below WiiVit'i, Pwv.- Oysters and Of the bust may at all times l.v. i.iun.l, tcwly willing to be eatiiu, cither t Of all kinds, the best 'quality. -.-.id as I in Market. Administrator of GHAELES. WYCKOFF, deceased. Dated Sauk City, Sept. 22, 1854. A general assortment of for family I'te rare ooltcclion. A1.SO, PR01HCE Ilousht and Sold. A'cgetablei of all kinds thoic who' want anything In our line, give us a call, and yon dial! not e'o away UiWIS i; KAMLAll. Madison; Oct. 38, _ A. A. UTIID. imnituise assort- went, iiniaiig which may be found Men's" btwts tuid shoos, Congress gaiters, bootees, embroi- dered slippers, purnps, Ladies' French gaiters, and half garters, .French kid slips, buskins, Misses traitors and buskins of all kinds, children's shoes anil toy's boots and shoes, by vlnl DONALDSON JOHN OATRIXV, PETER V. DANIEL, SAMUEL NELSON, BOBK.RTC. ORIEK, UKVJAMIN Pv. OURTISS. BENJAMIN C. IJOAVAtllX Wisconsin State Officers. WILLUM A. B'VBSTJJW. Lieut, JAMES T. LKWlfe. Secretary of ALKX. T. GKAA H. JANSSKN. Attorney Suporiutentc.it Public HIRAM AW RIGHT 1 ilk Comptroller- WILLIAM M. DENNIS, State Prison A. W. STAKES. Judges of the Supreme Court, Chief Justicc-EDWAKD-V. WHITON. AKRAM D. SMITH, A SAMUEL CRAWFORD. Circuit Judges. 1. JAMES 11. DOOLITTLE. Tt. LEV! HUBBELL. Ill CHARLES H. LARRABEE. IV. TIMOTHY 0. HOWE. V. M. M. COTHERN. VI. WYEAM KNOWLTON. U. S. Senators. HENRY DODGE, of Iowa county. ISAAC P. WALKER, of Milwaukee. IT. S. Representatives. t DANIEL WELLS, Jr., of Milwaukee. II BEN C. EASTMAN, of Plattcville. III.' JOHN B. MACY, of Fond du Lac. State Agricultural Society. W. EDGERTON. Will-TIE as-Bishop Lawns., India Linens, Book Muslins, Spot- ted Swiss, Barred Mulls, Cambrics, Linen, Lawn, Linen Cambrics., Dimity for sale cheap, by DONALDSON Dozen just received and for sale by TIDBITS G-OJIDON. 'ciTANBEBEIESI nst received and for side cheap, a largo quan tity of Cranberics at the store of JACOB KSIFFIN. BABEELS HAGS Wanted, by DONALDSON TBJ3ADWAY. Guardians' County Probate. In the matter of the Guardianship of MAHY ANN OiV, a minor. is hereby given that by virtue of an order of license made in said matter, on the 8d dny of July, A. D. 1851, the undersigned guardian of said minor will, on the 6th 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 Venclue, the following de- scribed land, to-wit: commencing the 1-4 post between sections nine and ten in Town No. north of Range No. ten east, thence .south east.line of said section nine forty chains to the south-west corner of said .section, thence east on the south line of said sejtion one chain, thence north with first line, seventeen chains and sixty-four links, thence north fifty- degrees "east nine chains tea 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 cast 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. TERMS down at time of sale. nl 8w8 HENRY M. W ARNEE, Dated Oct. 10, 1854. Guardian. By Order of MATTHEW H. CAHPEXTER, Court Commissioner for Rock County; is hereby published of an order re- 11 quiring sill 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 lor the relief of insolvent debtors, to show cfiuse, if any they have, before the said Court Commission- er, at his oflice 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. tetnber, A. D. 1854. ROCKWELL PASCO, Att'ys for Petitioner, Beloit, Rock co., Wis, MADISON BANK, No. 5, Bruen's Block, Madison, Wis S. A. IVeiiitent. L. A. SHATTUCK, Cashier._________________________ SHAWLS. BKOCH A, Long and Square, Shawls, from tW to IJsiy Slate stylos. Super While- Crape mul enibroiJerco. Cashmeru ami -M. lie Shawls, new anil iilct at viii'JO DONALUSOS pieces Uurpmtiiir, choice selections of lliirxins' best Tlirec-1'ly, Superfine, Ingrain. Also, Tapestry. Velvet, lirussels, Cotton and Ucmp, at vln20 'i'RKADWAY'a. KAimi Kl'US, Imiiinuaitintr, Rope Carpet, Cotton ami YVj.il Drugget, ull width-from 2-4 to at DONAL.D80N TUKAWWAV'S. lot for sale Cheap, at H. H. HAYES, ni No. 2. BRUTIIK'H BWICK. A BARRELS OHIO WHISKEY, for Medical purposes, iust received, and for sale by DONALDSON AY. T EN THOUSAND DOLLARS in Cash wanted SILK WARP ALPACCAS, all colors and qua! ities, from 25 ota. lo per yard, for sale by vlnl TBEAOTAi. __ S SUB TWIST double barreled SHOT GUNS Commissioners's Wotice. TE, the subscribers, being appointed by the Hon., the County Court for the County of Dane, Commissioners to receive, examine and ad- iust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of Josiah H. Lyon, late of the town ot Dunkirk, in said county, deceabed, arid also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and eight months Irom 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 nest, from 9 o'Glook, A. M. until four each of said days. Dated at Dunkirk, this, 28th day of Keptem- bcr 185-1 ALBERT WARNER, CALVIN BARNARD, Commissioners. H NATHANIEL B. CLAPP, Recording and Cor. A. C. INGHAM. SAMUEL MARSHALL. Executive SAMUEL S. DAGGETT, RICHARD E. ELA, H.N. SMITH, AUGUSTUS F. CADY, MARK MILLER. TALBOT DORSMAN. GEORGE 0. TIFFANY. vln3 ORSE RAKES of Leonardsville nianufao ture. iust received and for sale by TIBBITS GORDON. DOZEN HAY qual- ilies, for -sale by TIB BITS GORDON. TYiLOUK oU, and JJ ouk board, a splendid assortment of aaA colors from 2-1 to S-4 at UOXAUnyJN It TltEAtWAIPfc. AC.'IN AW and Wool Yarn, Wool Hose mul Wrapper. Km' Gloves, FriiiKed .Mitteue, Hud other exbnnikl a internal 1CH WINTKR Black Silk Velvet, 1 wide for Cloaks. Mulls, fur Sc'lf-atljnstinsf Umlirellns, Jewelry, large of the TIUBAPWAY'B. (XHIKN WARK, llunlware, choice' family 3rooeriet, Hats and Caps, I'apcr Hangings, Wlixlow Doulilc Biirrcl Shot for sale at vlniO UpyAhPSON jc TRKADWAY'B. WINKS anil Ulrect from mEAEWAY. BAKING POWDKJIS "Truth crushed to earth will ritt and so will 1UKING 1'owDKii'i, for Siileby' vlri'20 BONAT.P8ON TRKABWAY. Sate of Wisconsin-Dane Connty Cir- cuit Court. In attachment. G S OLD Pens of every variet and price, from to for sale at ROTH'S Jewelry Store Officers of Dane eounty, County P.ATWOOD. JOHN B. SWEAT; Clerk of CHARLES LUM. Clerk B'd GABRIEL BJORNSEN. WILL ET-S. MAIN, Treasurer- PHU.Q DUNNING. PmsecutinK SAMOBL H. ROYS. BABBITT. Sroper-ANDREW BISHOP. of Town of Madison. Town -or Plated and Bone Napkin Rings ROTH'S Jewelry Store SO ALES.' Tfl HE Subscribers have become Agents for the _L sale of the above celebrated. SCALES, and -vyill always have on hand a complete assortment, from Counter Scales up to nl JOHN P. HARRIS, vs. SAMUEL M. WOLGOTT. V To SAMUEL M. W.OLCOTT, the above named defen- dant. YOU are hesseby notified that a writ of attach- ment was on the 27th day of July, A. D. 1864, issued'but'of :tlifl Circuit Court of said eoanty of Dane a.t the suit of John P. Harrir, plaintiff, for the Bum of three hundred and thir- ty-eight dollars and sixty-eight Cents, returnable oa 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 plamtilf. Dated October VLLAS, PINNEIT. fon PL'ff. GREAT CENTKAt Wholesale and Retail Drug Etaporium, WISCONSIN, AT MADISON, J 'WRIGHT is now receiving at his Store, Kins Street, Madison, directly from the Eastern Cities, the largest stock of DRUGS MEDICINES. Ever received in the interior-of the State, comprising a full issortment of everything in liis line, including a heavy Stock of all of which will be sold at the lowest'rates, "VVhelssatc and iletiiil, for ciish. .______________ AOirCASSLA, diwes, Nutmegs, Spiee, Olu- ger, Mustani, I'ieliles, Uitron, Com Btarcli, Cocoa, Catsup, Chocolate, Ground OuiVee, Sperm and Star Caudles, Lump Oil, Golden Syrup, Ja.vn Coil'eo, best Imperial Teas, Granulated Crushed Smtiira, Uice, Starcii, No. 1 JJ.aclcercl, at Cap, Letter and Uommerciiil Note 1'iiper Jiiivelopcs, Hilt i'aper, Cunla, and a general ment 'of Stationery, for sale a t DUXAEPSOy eKDAll 1'AILS, Tubs, Keelers, Butter Flour Kuxos, I'liucy BusUets, Basketi, Well Buckets, Willow Wave. sale at v DONALPSOM TJUJADWAV8. milB notes and accounts of DEAN 11UGGLKS I. placed la my hands lor immtOiate collection. Persons interested find me nt No. 8, liruen'n Hlncic, Oflice of Uittkin, Hood Wait. COST may bo iwvcd by calling without delay. 1USN11Y C. >V AIT. Waiiison, October ____________ Strayed or Stolen S I'lLVER Card Cases, beautiful styles, at ROTH'S Jewelry Store. H.J.HILL. ONN Officers, President--SDplON MILLS, P. Hf VAN BERGEN, GEO, W. OARLEY, GEO. C.ALBEE, MEYER EEIEND, ANDREW BISHOP, JAMES LIVSEY, IN CLARK. JOHNSON. NOTICE. By order of MATHEW H. Cow t Commissioner f 01 Rock County NOTICEls hereby published of qxtiririg all the Creditors ;of R. MOSI1ER, of the town of ;Beloit, in the County .of Rook, in the State of Wisconsin, an insolvent debtor, petitioning for'the benefit bf the Act for the Relief of Insolvent: Debtors, to show cause, if any they have, before the said Court, eommw- at his office in the village of Betot, m the county of Rock aforesaid, on the ninth day of Pecember at one o'clock in, the afternoon pf that day, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted, Dated this. A GOLD PEN AND PENCIL, on Thursday aight last. It was either drop- ped in the Cars, or lost in going from the oars to my dwelling. The finder will be suitably reward- ed by leaving said article jit this..office, (jot. TWO PIANOS FORSALE CJOSTP Enquire at this Office. Att'ys for Petitioner, liock oo, Wis. ESTRAY. CAME Into the enclosure of the sutoerlber in the Town of Dunn, on the llth Inst, n large BAY HOHSJB about nine years old, marked with a White Stripe upon, face, und several
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