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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin Be Sure You're VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 3, 1854. NUMBER 3. CAKPKNTEK Co., PUBUSHEKS. T K U M S 8 i ..Regular Advertisements to be handed in as ear- 4.io'clock p. in., to insure insertion in next s .issue. (Qne cojunmi, six 'months, i One-column, three iHoJf-column, per per pan: 8jOl) i card, per 5500 7o inimedi. raie to rcc IlWflwets appi ithey defer, 'inithoiir news an> wUl confer a by givingiM-otiee.pA'tliMioffixic, of.a'fail- '.owe tlbej-r ireg.aihisiiy. Tiie Bub- k-i feB-siaess, -and ,bo observe iiltt-.t .wtwj, .both D> DTJRRIE WOULD Respectfully inform the inhabitants of Madison, and vicinity, has lately returned from the East-, where he raade ex- tensive purchases for the Spring and summer trade, -Winch he is now opening at his old staaael in Bruen's New Block. tinntt doot" to the State oti Pirtkitne? Him at-oek has been purchased in reference 'to the -wants of this community, and will consist in part, of the folio-wing goods MISCELLANEOUS WORKS All the now publications of.Harper Bro-.'s D, Appleton. Co., C, Scribner, and others-, as well as si good assortment of Cheap Publications-, by popular iitithorsi SCHOOL. A1VI5 CLASSICAL WORKS All the kinds in use in the District Schools and in the State University. Church Music Books and Hymn Juvenile Books and very large as- sortment. ANNUALS; AND GIFT BOOKS, ..IttKaAYfl.Y MOUJfJD AM) B: JL A N K. A C 0 F ft T .BOOKS, Of.itill kinds ivnd of every description. i .w li ica c nc to. I ol department of Premdent-riU N K LIN P 1EKC ActlnK Vice Preside.. t-W- .Becpetary of State-W M L. M A- Post Master lTnit.ed. States S KOOKll ?i. J usticcs J 0 H N Mi: EAN. J VMEH, M. MTi'i; r. OIU.E11, I f HIM A M.I. V II. CUUTLSS. -15ENJ'AMi.X MX Wi-scou.sin. State Officers, WILLIAM .A. T.. LEWIS. .Secretary of ALEX. T. GliAfc. KD W A 111) U. JA..NSSKS. Attorney GEORGE B. iupcrmtentoat Publiu A Bank WILLL1M -M- Prison CVnu'r A. W. S'J'AlilCS. Judge? the Supreme Court. Chief KDSV.V1U) V, AliRAM D- S V .1AMES K. DOOLE'TLE. tl. LKVIHUBBICLL. III. CITA.Rr.KS H. L.VRliABRK IV. TIMOTirV O. ll'OWli v M M. VI. W YilAM KNOW LTON. IT. S. Senators. 1IEN.RV DODG.K. of luwa c-.ovuity. ISAAC P. WALK.fill, of MUwimkae. Ow-.C the- liii-gest .oagoi'tinunts ever received in tins JttcludiiiiC cvevy description of Fools- can, Letter, FtiUo, Post, tHuwing, Envelope, Tra- cing and Tissue pupurs, Envelopes, Ink, Blank I Cards, Sealing Was. Steel Portfolios, Quills, I Rubber, Banker's 'Caws and every variety of Mercantile and Fanqy tiStittionery. t JP 4. -X5VO BO.'R-l'EB.ING! i A very assortment, eight cents' n. roll and i upwards I Arrangements have been uuide to every j article not on. hand, iforai the easl, and at such prices us cannot but Ire to cvevy one. jstjiJ Mafjaziacs ;vl monthly in advance of received and sent to any part of the eoiintfV. It is" in tended to make this establishment infe- rior to none1 in this country, and such as will itself to all persons wanting anything department of business. Cull .and examine for yourself before purohas- _ _ y u HE nndcrsignC'l has in his Waco-room, in MUEN'fc MODEL BLOCK, a -gctyd Mwortmfisit of Fortes, SifsloiJeoas, and X !9 Milwaukee Mississippi R. B. iii Operation from Milwaukee to Madison, about 100 Miles, Slimmer Arrangement, for 1854, W A.ND AFTPB MAY 20TH, the Trains ivi'U rftn. as follows, (Sundays 'GOI'JNftt t A .Passehges- 'Train will ICETVC Milwauke at 7. 80 A, at Janegville at 11 A. at Madison-, the 'Capitol of the State, 12. 40 P. M. A Passenger Train Trill also leave Milwaukee at 5, 15 P, M.-, on the arrival of the 'Boat from Chi- cago, and arrive at Janeavillc and Madiwm the same 'evening. GOI-STG EASTWARD i -A Passenger Train will -leave Madison, for the present at 8 A. M., anfl Janeaville ut 5 A. M and active in Milwaukee at 8. 80 A M., in time for the Morning Boat for Chicago. A Passenger 'I'vain -will also leave Madison at 1, 80 P. M.', and Janesvillc at 3. 30 P. M., and arrive at Milwaukee at 7 P. M., in time to con nest with the Evening -Boat for Chicago, which will commence miming-on or .before June 10th. Freight Trains i'lmi tvn'y every
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