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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin "Be Sure VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER. 8, Id54; NUMBER DAILY PATRIOT. -CARPENTER CO. ftw Six Advertisements to be handed in as ear- ly SI o'clock p. m., to insure insertion m next morning's issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per One column, six One column, three 'Half column, per .Quartercolumn, per One square per Business card, per One square, one 76 FULLER'S SKY LIGHT MMERHIAN Pinckney St., Madisoi., Wis., Next tloor to the P. O---over Store. O- UP ONLY OHM FLIGHT OF STA1KS -OB THIS is the only Daguerrian Room in town .np'only one, flight'of others being in the four (ft story and about a clay's journey tip to them, especially 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- a better and larger stock than can be found in any other room, he constantly pre- pared to putup CLASS PICTURES and no others .are allowed to go out of his estab- 15W" Instruction given in the art. Stock and apparatus furnished at Very low rates. nl i tt MADISON Village subscribers mill confer a farorby -immediately giving notice at this office of a fail- ure to receive their papers regularly. The Pub- liBhers appreciate punctuality in business, an-1 they are determined to observe that vu-tue, both in their news and job departments. EMPORIUM! WIJI1! EBEUMffl) HAVE JU-T' 'RECEIVED AT THEIR OLD STAND a choice, selection of Mia jellatieous s, school Books, Stationery, Hingu.gs, Children's Toys, Gold- Pens lithographs Bbuik Books, Gilt Frames, Put- Lf-a.ljuVting' Curtain Fixtures, Tassels, Reticules, et'c.; etc.' etc. Our stock of Miscellaneous Backs consists of an assortment of H. PBIEHD BEO'S' EMPORIUM of Central Wisconsin. or "KISO AND MOKRIS ARE now in the receipt of their large and stock of O.f .the first quality, being of their own manufac- ture, also every description of GOOES, United States Goveriiment. Preaident-F-RANKLlNPIERCK Acting Vice Preeideiv t-D. R. A Secretary of State- WM. L. M .Secretary of Navy-J. C. Dl Post Master CALL CLb 11LNU. the United States Supreme Court. Chief ROGER B. TANEY. BITTERS! Containing neither Arsenic, Calomel, nor" Quinine i A ND ONE ONE OP THE BEST, SUREST, A. And Safest Remedies yet discovered for the following diseases, arising from on improper ac- tion of the Liver and Kidneys. Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Chill Fever, Diarrhea, Loss ot Appetite, Intermittent, and Dysentery, Sick Headache, Jaundice, Cold Sweats, 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 mos D.. BAKER CO N E S A 1, 6 O N 'ANT) Block, under the Dune LL be opened on the 4'th 'of July. HOT COFFKE aiid MEALS served at all hours. The table will be supplied with Every Luxury of the Season. Farmers furnished.at 20 cents per meal. Prk'.i of every thing moderate. Call and KC for voursclvcs. STA ,f permanent value, as welt as the lighter Popu- lar Works of the day. We have in addition -to ihese, a selection of BOOKS, Comprising most of the German Cissies, the complete works of Uhland Les- shV to which we invite the attention ot our German customers, as well as those conversant with that language in general. Our stock of Such as silk and cotton Wrappers and Drawers, Bocks, Neck Tics, Stocks, Neck and Pocket. Hand- kerchiefs, Shirts of all kinds and qualities, and variety of goods adapted to gentlemen s wear, all of which they will atforcl customers ilHie CASH PRICES. They: also''keep on hind an extensive assort mont of Cloths, Oassimers, Vestings and Trimmings, Consign" in port of B-ioly and Simony Broad Cloths ami Doeskins. French and American Cassitners, Marseilles and silk Vestings ot the -hoicest varieties, .which will be sold, or m ado up ,0 order in the latest, and most approved_styles, and on the -most reasonable terms., liaving an G R A i E Have 'this day received, and offer for salo at'wbiik'S-ilo or retail., Muky Cr.ulle Scyvlios, warranted. :25 Str.iigln
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