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Daily Patriot, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Madison, Wisconsin THE DAILY PATRIOT. Be Sure You're Right-then VOLUME 1. MADISON, WISCONSIN, NOVEMBER, 17, 1854. NUMBER 15. JOHNSON. j Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Office in Wells' Block, first door South West of the Capital House, Madison; Wis. H. W. REMINGTON, vlnlO J. W. JOHNSON, TERMS Six SINGLE Regular Advertisements to be handed in as ear- ly as 4 o'clock p.' m., to insure insertion in next morning's issue. ADVERTISING TERMS One column, per year, 2
OOTS and large lot for cheap, at II. II. IIAX.IM5, 1> No. 2, Bruen'a Block, Tliompson'a pure Lead, and Rve Tuns of Snow White Zinc Paint, for sule at WRIGHTS'. BAIUXBLS best WhiaeOil, by barrel BOOTS ANJ) An immenBe assortment, uaaag which may be found Slen'i boots and ihoef, CongreM Baiters. slijipem, pumps, ladiet' French Biters, half gaiters, French khl ullpi, buikini' nluet' MADISON DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY! HAVING located permanently tn the truly benutlful town of Mudlson, wliere Nature bai left uothlof un- done that could add to the beautlei of lamucape feencrjr> and where a just appreciation of the of art, as well as of science, seems to bo thoroughly implanted, and (trowing up in the midst of the people, especially, -.--_: ____ ..najuuia t.hat. nrnereu. alia MCCtlLTY'S Window Glass, all best kiln-dried Sash, aff sizes. Putty, Whiting and Glwlnfi Tacks on haad, lit ISinnerfl'-Oil, Neat Foot's: :OB, Machine Oil. at WRIGHT'S. J. Cumph'tne. Fluid, Alchol, EST g.yrups, Tobacco, Cigars, I'lavoviQg mu I'alnt, Vaudike Brown, Chinese and Vermillions, Umber, burnt and -Baw, Indiau tlltra Marine and' Prussian j s Furniture, Japan VwieT i T YoM Barry's Xricophcrous' Ptialonjs i JL Invigorator, and all other preyaratiotu LOOKING GLASSES, at the Regulator, b 1 LOOKING GLASSIJS, at til lUOv niurcioru wimiu miy to the town, and the jmMlc generally, that our room. BHUEi'3 BLOCK, I'h story, on the same floor with the Mineum, (now Kited up'in wperb style, with numcrou. provements, where an hour may be very in viewing a fair representation of the natural pro and curiosities of Oie "Great Weit. In addition io a targe and very high SIDE LIGHT, for general use, we have atoo a splendid where groups of any number from ftre to fiRjr eui to Ulum W I'icturcs0 of sick or deceased periM taken with KNtt care. Also, views of tondscapes and public or buildings made to order. foU choicest Instrument, that the world aftjrds, duties to corresponds, together wlin a uotow_ experience, we are determined that no eitort shaU L Ini to our' gnUery-one of the Ftart, In tbe hope to a liberal share of :Atthis Gallerymayalso be found Daguerreotype chemica. Instruments, and apparatus of all kind, belonj- fing to the trade, and operators wtahln. to ar. Hclted to call and examine for themselves. H1TB OOODS-8uch as Bishop Lawns, Indto Book Muslins, Spotted Swiss, Barred W J
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