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   Wisconsin Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1859, Madison, Wisconsin                             CARPKXTKK I-IYER, PUBLISHERS. 'BE SURE YOU'RE RTGHT---THEN GO AHEAD." PER ANNUM IN VOLUME 5. MADISON, WISCONSIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1859, BUS IN ESS CARDS. J.VCKSON SAtU.V, R.lSrE-Sc'S -A.T Omcc IN MC-KKY'S M. M. JACHOX. PA VIM.JO.V nousn. SrocfiUTys.................................WISCONSIN. JB NO'H', EVENING PATRIOT. MOVT IIOliSK. M. II. VAXMETJER, CORNER OF SECOND AXI) COMMERCIAL STS. Oity, Zy This Is nevr, rommc-Jious and neat. Also ft sood ilarn and attentive A.MKKIfAN IIOt'SK, SPRING STKKKT, MILWAUKEE, WIS. r. KANi: S: SONS KlfCARD ATXORXEV COUXSKLLOR AT Ixxli, Columbia County, Wi.wonalii. [feS2Ctrly On 1'inclcney St., 3 door above the Foot Office Official. Paper for State and City. Largest SteaEii-Powej- Press BOOK, GAUD JOB OFFIOE. ________IN THE STATE. JOB OFFICE, 4th Story PATRIOT Buitnixo, Pinknev st. DAILY PATRIOT: Published every week-day evening, at the follow- ing Terras year.......................f7 00 Six months..................... 350 SinKlecoplcs...............Fire cents. WEEKLY PATKIOT Published every Salorday Mornlnt; pVKEXI.Y I'ATUIOT, One year....................Jl OJ 17" Tha for deliverinfi paijers per year to the Stores, Shops, or repldcncca ofsubscrihers. as follows: 50 Daily......................................... 1 00 Statement Of the votes polled for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, Attorney General, State Superintendent, Bank Comptroller nnd State Prison Commissioner, nt a General Election held in the several Counties in tho State of Wisconsin, on the First Tuesday, being tho eighth day of November, 1859: JOHNSON', ,v ROI.I.IXH, ATTORNEYS COUN'KKLLOISS AT LAW. O2icc 'm Porw-r's near City llnll. J. W. .T c. L. ni N. Tlot.i.i IIICKCOX. Notaries Public and Comuiivtltmcrflfur every In the Cnlon. ORico Corner of J: K SMITH. KKVKs fc f.'.VV. ATTORXEVP COUNSELLORS AT LAW, P.. SJIITH, VLISHA TV. KHVK.J, N M. OiV. V MaylH, _______ __ A; i-iVN'KV. ATTORSEVS.tCOUSSEM.OR3 AT LAW, Offiee ori-r llftnhrsirc of V. K. Madison. C. ABBOTT, J. 0. OP.LGOKV, S. If. Plh-SKY. KNMPI' XVIMVKVS: BOOTrfP. ATTORNKVS.t OfEce, Corner and Streets, MruliHon, J. 0. T. V. WlDVKT, Lzvt TIOOTJIK. S PnwJtlcc la all the State an.l Courts Prep-irt! -ILL! C.iifs in tlie Supreme Court. J. 0. KSAPP, Commissioner r.f ITnilo.1 Dis Cnurl. Wlscomlii. s A.Mr: rot. V T T 0 51 S- E V A T I, A N' 1 i; 0 !J N'S K L 0 K ________ _ Oryti-K iv Itt.ncK. m.'jy-ldtf M V K O S T. I! A I r.F.V. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS: .IAMBS noss, LOCAL EDITOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER............C. 1839. ADVERTISING AGENOY. At the annual stss.oa of the Wisconsin Editorial Coir tion, the following reiolutlon was unanimously adopted: Tliat this Convention recommend EDW MILLEK, Type Founder, of Milwaukee, and JlocND.t A: LAXODO.V, do. Chtc.ijto, us suibtble nnd responsible persons to act ns Apents ttiose Clttea, for such of the Press us may desire the services of Agents, In the tmnanction oi their business. OUR NEW YORK AGENCY. S. 11. PETTIN'On.L, 10 Xaussa-Btreet, New York.ls oar only autliorizcd Agent In New York to obtain and re celptfor and Subscriptions, in our name, orders. BANK NOTE LIST. Corrected dally, for the Patriot, by the BAXI Of THE UAPITOL: NKW YOKK COUNTRY BANKS, 1 prem. CITY .1 NKW KXQLAND, j NKIVJKRSKY. i I'K.NNiYLVA.STA, l-A. MAKYLAXD, UtLAWAKK, ii VIUOINIA, CANADA, MICI1IOAN MISSOVKT, KKNTL'CKY. ALL WISCOK3IN, IOWA STATE BASKS, OHIO, j INDIANA." JP The above are the at which the notes of all Solvent Baok-j hi the States ramud nre received on deposit. and Missiswippi Hail It oi id. j On iind after Monday. Nov. 21, 1359, tr.iins trill leave nnd arrive at Madison ns follows: Office, Hmitlu Ktyw k O.iy. 53. flawjy is I'.I.OCK. JZnst. Express, Freight nnJ I' nssenger, 10.39 A. M. 9.3n P. M. CALVIN AINSWORTH, JOnS 11. llALTZCLL. J Maillson, January Going Fruigbt ami Passenger, Express I'ussctiger, Arnre from JSutl. Freight und Passenger, r.xpresu Arrive from West. Exprcsa, Freight and Passenger rl'lio DifTorenco. G. A.M. C.25 P. M. 2.30 A. M. (5.20 P. M. 10.34 A. M. S.50 P.M. SPEXOKR PIRMIN. Tho Jnnebvillc Gazette, under this lieadiug, gives tho information, that the Boards of Super- visory in llacinc and Dane counties wcro in Ofllee, Atwood Bloct, 1 E. .i. SPCXCKB. J FIUSK II. rixxix. i Mudlion, >'CT. Store. TBXXKT. COUNSELORS AT LAW. STATrs T Win Atttution filven to Collectlny and Securinc Ckilms. CniS. T. W4EELSV, sspldtt- Ki t.MBKOTVI'KS A M .TYPKS I .1 MB P.OTV A u n T v p K s YCJ, AMItROTV'l'ES.'and TTLI.BB It inaklnsa bette Atrotype than we ever drearapd of before. Tint's no. Remsmbtr the place 'KTetniilo or Art L'. S. UlocK. A. VVI V. M. H C> M O-i K A T T-T I S T. Wirliv BlTck l'..x's Store. In nrWiw: lions f! Cliurrli .Ml.y 10. ISoP.' rtcn OANJKS. R. COST, Orricc IX RLOCC, STHBHS. SUCCESSORS TO IS. KAJil.AH. I: CO Kcclincri. Whokialc Omlrri, Hiul Importer uf LIQUORS, fc CJGAJtS WISCONSIN. ARXOLT) ircClITISQ. V. B. IIL'CHTINO. B R O S, MAIX STKEET. MADISOX. VKRY Inrsc line or i, Oil Clothi, Jcc., .tp., very loir flplros. at for innl win l.c l oil itt McKKY k RXOTltKB. n'tvMtf Pici f'ovi'O Oentia. PHOTOORAPHSTAMBTIOTYVKS, ASP r. T T r. it T Y P E s. Alt PioturoH Durable Bwrni in nioct, over IloliblnV Store. A. ALBERT, (Frcncli Artisl.) S. V. S Prai-.ticiil Arcliilrct Siipcriutciidcnt. lit lirvpurod tiniiiike Po-ifrns, cctonal DrfUviniTH fur City ami Country tkurcLtrs, Ccurt all other IlotcLi, Stores, Ac., with all tho jiiotlcm im- rt In.hpatLoCi vcntilikttwti, session on December 1st. and thntthcy niljourn- ocl to tbu next day, while tlic HocU County liorml (lOjourned November 23d. after one of thf longest sessions ever held, meeting nt 8 o'clocl: A. M.. und holding session uutil C With regard to the Dune County Bonrd of Supervisors, crm stntc they ndjourned on FrMuy, Dec. 2d. nfter attending to a greater variety of useful nud necetsnry business than liny previous Board, ns aokio of their excellent resolutions I nt this session will convinc- ingly show. Wo must say that the committees of the Board attended to tho subjects entrusted to them, with tin industrious attention, nnd car- nest wish to do as near right ns possible, and fhcii- ri'porls manifest it. Although rather n longtime in session, we arc ccnfidcnt thftt the tax-pnyers of this county will be well satisfied whun they know that the chief cause of this detention was occasioned by their making ft much needed effort to get tho face of county orders up to par, and in obtaining a rjiore eco- nomical standard of prices for legal services required by the county. They meet again on of next Junuury, and if they only effect these just and essential know that if they even spend a month over doing so. there will not be found one complaining tan-paver. tho Jiifclligencer we learn that our present popular and efficient Bank Comptroller intends removing to Mineral Point in January. Wo kuow of no man whose agreeable presence could bo more missed in this city than that of Jor.L C. SQUIRES. .'and in wishing him happi- ness and success in the banking business that he is going to conduct, we know that wo give tho feeling of every citizen from the humblest to the highest. informs us, that the two dogs that were bitten about thirty dny? ngo, by dog supposed to bo mad, hud to be killed a or Mvo since. He was summoned toshoot them and when he arrived lie found them froth- ing at thu mouth in n frightful u inner. Their owners are now firm believers in the fact tlnit there is such evil as hydrophobia. JQfKcv. Mr. STAIT.ES preached last in tho Assembly Hall on the Irrepressible Conflict." During the tima ivc heard him he deemed firmly attached to the chain of slavery, and traced its source to an ancient representa- tive of [lie curse named "Juba.'' The Acrobats who have run awuy from tbis city so much in debt, advertised toplay on In heatlDRi nnd r. lupiayon wud the erection of tljc Kanr. fur Ornnniental Wor's- "IC nnd when it Was exhibited it n Iron, Stone, Wood, 1'ljiMcr oltu-r corauoflitijns t nrmoircil n ir.x.tv i w i ilso, of Machinery, fcc. g as a jjicce of red board with six cats, OFFICE, No. n, Iir.UKN'S DLOCK. MADISON, VIS licnjs stuck through holes in it ot intervals; V. S. filso Commissioner the iy.na, m ke Iho of Deeds, or any other instni n writini; to be In PlniT-. TVJ J.1I STATi: OF WISCONSIN, 5 or RANK November ilst, I n painful discord was mnde by the clown pulling their uils, when the poor felines opened their red mouths nnd mewed out their notes of i nsony. Governor. 1 of State. 1. State Treasurer General..! Prison i d 3 253 019 055 C02 991 CIO 977 636 990 039 052 963 010 976 033 9SS 621; i.' 15; 'ceo 'ois 2 "CM 1015 20M C13 1716 701 "coo ISO] 750 2137 Cll 1660 75S 2510 cog 1703 252i C05 759 40 603 173S 761 21SS COO 35 CO S5 17ll 1021 "Ciist for "Ilarriwn'.1 3100 2103 1718 1401 JIM 22jii 1053 191 IW 1307 1232 1101 03 S04 202 Cii'cuit Court fov JDuno County. HON. IIAIU.OW s. rnESiorso. MOXUAT. Dec. 5, StrUc vs. Fritx Bunclgcr. (Larceny) K. Kcyca, District Attorney. Gcorgo Wood ward for deft defend- ant nrr.iisneJ .ind pleads not guilty. Ststc vs. A. D. Goodrich. K. Vf. Koyes. j District Attorney, it hike Wood for deft, j Continued at clefc's cost. StMo vs. Oonnchnn. E. W. Koyra, District Attorney. Johnson Harris Itollina. tor (Toft. Order fiirtlit-r return extended. State TS. Ucrj; Xcri.-.on. E. W. disini linji. forduft. Hcnrlrickpon George Keyes, District Attorney. -ufK Harris Allot- ittxtouiont or tlics 13oavtl of Stale We, Ttarid W. Joces, Secretary of Stntc, Snmucl D. Ilaa- tiogs, State Treasurer, nnd O.ibricl Attorney General of the State of Wifconsin, CDnstttuting u State Board of C.invassera therefor, do fttreby certify ihnt the forogoing TabularSlntcraeDt iacorrcct autltruc. us com- plied from the original returns correctly mrulc to the Gov- ernor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, ;intl as cora- pared therewith by us; and thnt from such returns It appears that tha vrholc number of vctrs polled in saiil State at thceeaeral elcciion held in the counties on Xueiaoy, the elfihth dny of Xnvrmhor-, liuivlrecl id fifty-ninf, wcro AS to rrit: 1'or Govcrncr, one liuntired and seven jii'lredand (ifiy-fn-c ot which cumber llarrisDn C, Hobart received fitty-two five burn reel tvna hirty-nlne Alfiiandcr W. ItiicdaH received fifry- :iinc thousand nine liundred anil mnttv-nins [SO Ilnr- riioarcceiwil one hundred and Uiirty-four [104.] and ftiphty- tlirw were -scattering. For Lieutenant Oovtrnor, one hundred and twelve ttnus- and seven hundred and thirty-seven of which number Alexander S. I'alrr.er received tifty-ihrco thousand and fifty-nine Butler O. Xoi'lc received fifty-nine thousand hundred and tix and seTonty-trt'o irere scattering. For Secretary of State, one hundred and twtlvj ..x hutidivd aud forty-ivc of which number Alv n B. Alden received P.fty-tivo tfious.ind aevca Iiundred and thirty-five Louis P. Harvey received fifty-nine thousand tight hundred and eighty-six and ttrcnty- four [24] were For State Treasurer one J.ursilrrd ten thousand FIX hun- dred and sixty faur, cf which number Lion SilverEnnn rt- nnt plcada not cui It r, and gives bail to appear j ceived forty-nine thousand one hunlreJ and thirty-one nt next term of this court Samuul Hastings rc-ceivtd alxi.v-onc thauuml ;hree hundred nnd sixty-nine and sixty-four [101] were tcuuerinp. For Attorney General one hundred twelve thoawnd and cisht hundred and three which number Samu- el Craifford received fifty two two hunclretl an-l STATK OF WISCONSIN, 7 Circuit Ccur: for Dune County J Henry K. Ldgcrton, iilalntitT n Rains t Lorlnjf Guiia und P.imclU Guild, wifo, Wil- liiin A. Jlnyes, Lcvi MJluttn, U. MilU, llovul A. iiuid. William A. Crawford, Uaraos, Jabez Lymin, Harvey Spencer, Edward Alexander, C. Wostt-rvolt, Ortu S.Titus, Scott. James Dunn, Theodore Jl. Jnmcs E, X. J) CD ton Smith, Jainua A. Phillips Saiaui'l Sinttli. Kobert W. S. XichoIui.FRineld B. Cooley, V. FarnrclJ, ia S. Sinwon Furwcll, Tho American Exchange IJsuk, .lohn U. Jaft'ray, Arthur W. Jaffr.iv, IMwarJ S. Kichmond W. .IaITr.iy, The Hank Commerce in T.Y VIUTCE of .1 t of forcclodiin.' and vs. John Middleton.- George Potter vs. J.C. Hopkins for the pi closure on report of referee. State vs. Philnnder By (in. goods under false pretences. E. Kcycs, District Attorney, j. C. Hopkins for deft. Defend' ?in, Lota number four (4) and five In blocl State vs. ShUlinglaw. (Assniilt nnd Battery.) E. W. Keyes, Oistnct Attorney. Pethorick Woodward lor deft. Jurv nine [52.2091, James II. Howe received sixty fivu hundred sixty-nine and treaty-five fi'S] scattering, Vor State Huperintendentor.2 hundred fvclvo nm.ilwr sixty-two in the recorded city plat of Madison together with (lie building and on said lota thia 21st tiny of November, 3859. AXDKEW ItlSTXOV. Sheriff of D.iuc County. trnscnu FIRMIS, ptff'a attys. novSOwtO The sr.le of forfeited school lands ceinnien At the prcsont sale there- is any competition and the seems to bo the principal buyer. eighty Gysbtirt Van Stecnwyk received lifty-ain', housand six hundred nnd niccty-jcven and nine- teen [10J were ecatttrinp. i Fnr S'.ntc Prison Commissioner en1? hundred twelve thou- sand four hundred thirty-tvrr) of which num- ber Henry C. Fleck received thojsand six hun- dred und seventy-three Hani C. rer-.lveJ ifty-nine thousand six hundred nluc mo hundred fifty were returns from the followinf; CoantEt-s rrcre ihrovm out for Uaflalo, Door and Eau Cluirc i [not canvassed on the day prescribed by nnd ililwr.u-1   TIIL; riucr. or TIIH CUPPER HAY, STATb OK WISCONSIN, County Court for Dane County John O. McKinatry, plaintiff I J.nmc3 CampbVii, K. Campbell, John D. Welch nnd John 0. defendrtutd. J Y VlIlTUEcf a judgment of and salu in above entitled notion, romlcrtxl on the IStli da; July, 1839, I ahtvll olTor fur aud sell at public to the highest bidder, at the fr-int door of the Court Hoiiac in the city of Madifon, on tlie first day of Xovciabor. A. 1) at tho hour of two o'cluck P. M. of that day, the follow in? described mortised nremhea, or so much thereof a may be necessary to aatiafy SS13 CO-100, besides interea and coatd .fsale, towil: L0: numbered flftcen iu block numbered forty-three M3) in the town plat uf Dane county, Dated SliorilT's July WK' ANDKEW SliL-ritT WAKELEV TKNNKY, 1'hUtitiffd Atlyj. jjulySOft" _The n'wvc ?alo is licreby postponed to the 15th o i NoTomlicr, A. 1) at the above- hour ma AXDHKW UlSIiOP, Sburlir. i The ia further'postponed to thy December next, at the abave hour and j AXDUEW Sheriff. The ahoro salo la hcrcljy postponed to the IGthtlayo DoceraUer; IS53, nt the above1 mentioned hour nnd t Dccemlicr 1st, 1350. AXDKKW BISHOP, of which number Harrison C. Hobait r thousand nine hundred and ;eventy-six Noble received thrto thousand fire hundred three find nine [9] scatter For Secretary of State, ten thoufatid l'.ve hundred aud eighty-eight Of which number Alvin H. Aldt-n re- ceived seven thousand and thirty Louis Harvey received three thousand five hundred nine and nine werj For State Treasurer nine thousand fix hundred and Cour of which number Lion Silvcrman nceived five tuousaud five hundred and seventy Samuel Hastings received four thousand and twenty-eight and fifty-six [60] were tcatterins. For Attorney General, ten thousand four hundred and i evenly-three of which number Samuel Crawford received six thousand cinchucdrcd and eighty-one James H. Howe received three thousand fair hundred ainl sixty-six Samuel received eighteen md eight [S] were scatterinR. For State Superintendent, tea thousand four and twenty-five cf which Lumber Lvrr, an C. Draper received thomnnd and forty-thrre L. Packard received three thousand t line hundred and seventy- four eisht (8) were Fcr Uank Compirollrr ten thousand four hundred nnd and thirty-nine of which number C. Squirr-s recclTtd tliousnnd eight hundred nr.d nitifty Van Sieenwyfc received three tii-Munnd :.ve huu- ty- I and traveling -Apeats. 100 TIMVEMXG AGE.WS territory irill bs given to the rate I h.avo in this city, 350 can bo s !l hi. il.l in Jl'il- County Court. In the matter of thy citato, of Divan Link, TKTTKR8 of administration been Uil3 day to J. j W. P. and manthi from the date hereof ho in.? alloTrod. and limited, creditors to present their claims anu'mst dcccaf Otl for uxnniinntlon and ad- juitment; and demands apatast Mid dere.KoJ bo cxamlnixlnod a-ljitMod ucfow tho Juilccof this for thsit irtirjwc he will be ut his office tu the City cf .Madison, on th-; f.rst Monday of each month during ?aul montJia thsiday of tho uxplratlon of said month, at 10 A. M. And it is further order- ed, that tho sai.l cruise n cony r-f this onlcr to l-o far four successive wicks in the a weekly prinlc-d (n tlic tic ami hy I Madi'on; and that ho c.iuw like copies to be .A.. C. JJAVIS, i up in placoi In said county. P.i Madison Wis tnis or Xovombcr, A. U. ISuO. -___ I Bytlw Court, THOMAS HOOD, _, novl2w4w Couo' STATo OF WISCONSIN', Circuit Court for Dane County. Smith, riMatiflr; .1 arainst I Charles H. Maria M. BitLngj, J. Stephen II. Carman, K. K. II. Hun- J I I STATE OF WISCONSIN j Circuit; Court for Kane County. V Ruth Johnjtoti, -plaintitT, against Johnson William W. v.iy and Chaur.cey j DV VIRTUK nf a jud-xient of f.jrec'.o.snn' -salt! in >f tlii.1 abovft eiititle-1 action, ix-mlcrcd on thi1 iiOtli of N commencing on the firsi ilor.ilay of.Tanuarj' A. Given under our fit the Capitcl t Third dHy of Dcct-inbcr, A. 3559. W. JONKs of St.it. EAM'L State TrcasiiriT. CAItRIKL BOL'CK, Slu-rhi and imond-d w be the fame conveyed bv Aljinion Davt ChsrlM Billinr'. d-cil in vol. 1 f, I'.tnc County IX-vdrf. Dated Nnr. inh, ANWIKTV J. T. Attorney. tll twa, in ccmber, at'J o'clock 1'. M. A and punctual utten- iiuc i'o. Agricultiiral Society. ainniAl mcwtiiix- of the County Agricultural ov licM at tlie room1' of thu A Foreclosure OF WISCONSIN, Ccnrt for Uan-1 County. 3. of tho -n.i-i Tcstamer.t uf Htzekt th H. llicil, d-cM, the Golden Rule of our Savior ti> mor.n, "Do Henry W.Yoccr, Etikibetb Yager, Jenkins W. Harriet A. Scoville, Wendell rOTICi: is hereby piren, that inpurjuHncu of law, will uiioi-aino, ox I-.ost. at public suction under taw direction of the' T> A Panorama reprc-scnting n teries of sacred iflws will exhibitca this ovcniaff in the Ban- v uit; lui- j il tls- church. Mr. BKINIC, an nrtiat of some ank note, pointed tho views, and we vrill be better able to speak of the merits of the exhibition nf ter seeing H to night, i U. S. LEWIS has appointed KICHAKI> L. RKAD, Esq., of'Mineral Point, one of his deputies. Mr. READ is a very popular and able gentleman. jcribcd El.itc stocks, Tonn. G's In bonds of each, 1S92. Mo. 6V in bonlsof each, due in WSG. Mo C'o in bonils of cacli. due in 1SS7. The above dercrlbcd stock have coupons ttiid the- Interest Is payable semi ntmilly in the city of New York. of cash. For further apply to S. J. Dennis, No, 195 NCTP York, or at the Bank Comptrollers office ia J.C. SQUIRES, unto others na you wonld thc3" should do unto is Mn'dinoti, Nov. -JSth, 13.VJ. of Ii to bn trans- II. KEKD, AT, WAYS j AVK Jurt received the FWST FA5UIONABLK FALL I i and WINTJJR GOODS FOR OENTS wear In Uie city iy Call and thcia. NOTICE. up by tin; jubwrihcrj, in t LAKK.N up by Hie jiitocrllicrj. in thctoivnof Grove, Dane County, yn 9th j Coin, deacrlbol as One Mare! I -i. J.4- J-. three ycaMoM next uprinp, color; one JDEALEBS IN HATS CAPS Wholesale Retail. Hata and Capi. 3, Riirchfld'B Block Main Street, at the   laie, nenr tho uppcrcomer. 2 wirarai too The time has'comc for fireside Joys And scenes.or laughing Miss, hen hopeful children getting lay-. Respond with ?milc and kiss. Lc5 Md haste And have a happy time, To.vscan bo pot without delay At_pricos from a dime, that wellknoirn stuud toys abound, There's nosuchstock In Barker As now may there be found. There Is vieVin IValtzln'ge'r's Store Tin Ware Carriages, ITorscs.Cages and numerous to mention. unt T' Botrs and Arrow., Cross Bo.vs.Lettered fitted up Mtaalure Stores. Whips, IMziles; variety o4 otncr novcltiw that would B. S. ISRAEL Itetail Dealers in-Fashionable Clothing Rod Gen- tlemen's Furnishing Goods; Store first door on Tlnckney St., in tlie United States Block. The proprietors of this store think they can supply purchasers of'ctothlng on as adrantageous terma as thosa offered by any. other clothing store in the State. They Intend to constantly keep on hand an extensive vnrkty of Clothing of good quEUUios of the latest styles, and suitable to any season of tlie year. Let purchasers ;dvo un a call, and judge of the stock for themselves. junclililtfj AND I Messrs. HUNTLEY .t ST BBS In ir Neir Store In the United Suites Block, are prepared to sail Groceries anil Crockery on as reasonable terms as any ther house, anil their stock of goods hiw been selected mil paid for in cash, in the best markets. Their stock o f a first class Restaurant care- fully maintained. D. C. JPoolo, Wholesale and Retail. Dealer In White, Decorated nnd Gold Band C. C. anil itockingltam ware of all styles. Lava, Terra Cotta ami Parian Vases and Orna- ments. Pittsburgh and Ncvr England Flint Clasi, luclud- every variety of Table and liar Tumbler, Goblet, Cham- palm and Wine class, Sc. Table Cutlery, silver-plated and Britannia ware, Tin Toilet Setts, Dobr'Mnts, I iviUscl! the same line of goods as. low as they'can be bought In Chicago or Milwaukee. Van Bergcn's Bloclr, second door from Post Ofilce. Madison, WIs. July 15J1359. dtf.. CONFKOTIONKRY STORE.: Messrs. CIIILCOTE ZIMMEIV- Mix Confectioners and Mannfftcturcre of Candies, Cakes find Ice Cream. Their Gentlemen's arid Ladles' Ico Cream Saloons aro' commodious nnd well arranged. They are also prepared to furnish on the shortest notice, for large or small companies. Their establishment is situated on Mffllln Porter's Block, at the North-east Cornor of the .Capitol Park, aua they will always IM prepared to supply cmtomcrs by IVholesiilo or Ketall, and at reasonable prices, with variously, flavored Candles, made from the finest of sugars nnd tho'moat wholesome They also Invite an Inspection of their atock of choicely selected .Toys. Baskets, Children's' Wagons, UIrd Cages, and Dried Traits. MoNnmavn.. H O M 03 O P A T HI S T. OfPICE, CARROL STBKET.; Next dnor to the Baptist Church. Jiilyaitf' Wanted. To Exchange a. stoves uiul one or three lots In the viliage of Cllf. ton, Dane Co., for .1 and two lots in Uie City of Madison. Apply In the oilict1. of.Cntler, F6; over the Post OlBcc. DR. MEAD-takes this metliold Of Informin-t those having ehtjagements'wlth him', that ho fcas removed his office to his ivhcro he may be twndday and night. He Would also say to tlioM requir- ing his services, that all work going from Ills bo warranted In every respect. OQlce nnd House a tan blocks the C.ilholl: Church, .lain Sttcet. npril23.Iif Also, India Kubbir, Kid and Wooden Dollior aiislies. liLSOjIiADIE'SirAXDSOMEAVOKKBOXBS Satchcls.Ornamcntal Glass and Paper Boxes and a largo assortment of Fancy Articles that iro just for pre- senting to ivlvesaudsiycethearts. sin.niwrpre ami Forks, Platlna Tes Services, cs, Little Wushboards, Tubs ,M.k 1 nd other household articles. Also, a great variety of Including Dinner Baskets, Travclins Baskets, Rcticults-mid Babies' Chairs and Carrmges. 'Also, Harmonicas, Violins, Drums and otter Musical Instruments. Al jo, Colored Globules for Christmas Trees, and also, a stock of toys made of tin, wood and stuffed still, represent- ing every description of nuimal. THICKS S'O'SWIT TiJE TIMES.: Mr. Waltzinger manufactures Sweetmeats and Con- fectionery of tile choicest kinds, und usej nothing uut wholesome Ingredients In their Ornamental Cukes, Plain Paltry, Ice Cream and bandies of cvcry.dcsc.-lptlonaio made every day, tho proprietor having IK-MI in tho buslni-Es In Ucriirapy and this for upivarUs of. twenty years. i'f CdDbctlonory ordw for panics cin bo liiled'aMhe snortcat any at prices to suit Uie Hires Iicmeniuer. that Confectionery and Toys can be 'got at WHOLES ALE .AND; R cheap aj atany other wholesale h.ouso la the State. decSdtt IK County Court In the matter of the estate i the matter of the estate Brunlr, deceaucd, V Iho Citato of dcwawd, .vlll on the day "r >cr tosBim, nt a In tlie front door of the .lirditiii Iiouss oa tho ofcr for sale nf public yondoc, Utc ..fo lowing. wal estate, to-ivlt' Tho nortb-w.-rt quarter of (ho MuMi-n-cst quarttT of icetlon 5 n town 8 north, of.rango S.tail, Toiraor. SmtoS Ucli-liiJtild county or. Tho term j made known nt tlw time awl of Dated th.a 5tU A' D' i! _ Administrator boni, nok. Annual i CO.NTJ.VI.-ED SUOCESS Or.TJJE .i''.'." ,_ FUOM nil sections of-the country TOoserlbcii'to Ui popular Art institution, (DDK in Iti ar ANOTHER :ARRIYAL; CALL .4 T Bazaar MANY NEW GOODS NOW FOK ttJILK AT TJIK LOH'KST jIASH J'KKJIW. JL1.L OP X> r 
                            

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