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Daily Morning Advocate (Newspaper) - December 14, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin DAILY FIRST RACINE MORNING DECEMBER 14 1853 YEAR THE ADVOCATE O'CLOCK i m BY C CLEMENT It CO Al earner or Main mid cul aide CHARLES CLEMENT I payable No for petal than three RATEB OF I per rar li n lo tn B W 1 i 190 1 lamre 3 3 7.1 I W I IS 1 IHI M orient mike a Leaded after nailer M per cent advance IM int tbm rain not with written wM kr Intoned until BaM Ibr and ordered out of annual limited lo A LIST of ALL THE IMPORTANT a1 Law Him up ROTOB In Conn HOUM Bean At 141 Main up itirin 141 Main Ae II J Cutter Bunk of Racine KIBBY I jj Main P fc N E A Main C O 81 Main Sum A H 130 Main J fl 81 Union C IV n Mill Union Hall 8 III Monk 73 Printing la Colon al the OMICK Ware J comer FIMl Mud Unln WAJt fc 161 Main At M O a J W I W corner Main mid A corner Hjiln Mtd rt k Co Skn of the 09 Miln M W tit m 118 Mirln firm Win over C E 138 it Mwk W Hill C Bell 3 1 pV ridE Knck Shop Plank Hotel W H f O k Cn W k Cn fool of Main nmt 31 Third to Hall Wean fc nnd I B B fc Cn rrk IVIs Home HALL trr T by II Warner HOUM Block and T W k B W cornar Main and Fourth F R I II Main turn J a iw Malo Had of tin Bij Hit Vf 3 F J W Mam PoM Office U B 113 agm WiLLun Wen FOM Office Siffra al the II It comet atiA J II one doof wen Cowin M Van R A two dona of Dank a tkc Noon k C fc C Main men LIvetT fc at old Aland Rarn IM M floor Meat r W Main and fc MO Main mm a C Warn liot O NOUN al r W LITE OFFICE THE INSURANCE COMPANY ell known long Inn organized a for LIFE INSURANCE with for the only nnd In no event Halite fbr oilier contract or of the IA lo on at ratal re- thane bf the Mutual and llberallly have marked nil UK or Dili Company t period nr thirty yean and tltc well Known or lu the that Ita will Iw managed rw to nif rd lo the Augured and b of the Una In Lire The will be J by Company at of f and tion In relation lo the or and all to effect loay M at tlie of Uw K BRACE Yf ET UR E A unit Racine Wlf With MiRK Jim H PROTECTION rUIE -1 M A B I X E INSURANCE COMPANY OF BUFFALO NEW YORK OFFICE NATIONAL PROTECTION INS CO OF SARATOGA N Y OOD 000 000 T M Local Secretary can tic upon Dwellings tc lull riaka on Uie at or J R Lre fc Banking Ira P.M A P Jos cns 1 M J J Truman Wjn R ir VV Rockwell AT Thot G Salt U A lion K VV A II Jerome O T Item II C Jno J Hunk Kew HOB Jn M Marvin US Howl VV U Arthur of the linn of W II Sheldon fc Co i nn liani II fc Vork Hon A Hou Jolm Justice lion Ja M Gooa Bank k been appointed Agent Cor the properly or lo lie to inquire Into and of the to will that 11 be for In that B A KNAPP We linve put of turh BB to in In uany lo my and all who FIHE INSURANCE AGENCY MOHAWK VALLEY WS If V J A Alex V K 3 J D N V UNION INSURANCE CO N Y B Chewier COMPANY Sew York II H J f COMPANY Hew York Capital 0 A F Vim MUCH ASICS ASSOCIATION of Man Cash and ID the above Companies on inott favorable and all WILLIAM Agent with fc of Main door Racine March ten MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF FEW WALL STREET ami on ennc In Kiln nni of Hie and of New York nml United THE ARE effect on the of of ibe of mid its inny n the any of II ISAAC Sec re i sty Dr J B ni COMPANY ONE ami with a mnA nuU tn on of or ihc titan favorable Also M TilO K B L Loo me Itf FIRE ASD THE 10 FIR am Marine on oil K Aituciuim of J the SMITH i f 1833 WM H RACINE WISCONSIN Given notice IB tbe all in the nt nr or the itf of any kind la nlil In tka abort at Ha atao nt produce will inthe will attend la BUI kind with THE Best ADD louch Butt art uu ton J BM of and Wm tt BB In Iht aay tnat lint that they would tad their In I M BEAT FOR Tilt HAST G LIGHTNING EXPRESS VIA THE MICH SOUTHERN ASD SOB INDIANA R Al to York ia 36 DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED Chicago with the 8 T if EXPRESS anil ranch Monroe wn at 0 o'clock In time for LOW PRESSURE STEAMERS NORTHERN INDIANA A D EMPIRE STATE J Which Monroe 7 A N Direct for Without Arriving In HIM Train ranir arriving In Hew Tork at I o'clock r X nut ilay by ike Nor York Central or New York City and Erie EXPRESS M t A M and at P H M ami In iliac for Uw train tor Mew York City nnd 2d EXPRESS MAIL cu in Cleveland Blair ami Dunkirk and in lime fat the Ibr Kew York 3rd TELEGRAPH EXPRESS 8 P.M making connection at far arriving nl for the II o'clock 10 fatter than any Railroad and Boat route to yew York Only one Train on Similar nt 8 p M0 In route b HIM Line M M at with nnd direct lo Dunkirk and Bat falo nl Msd River road for nnd Mm 31 rood for tiu nt rond lor nnd AIM nt with New York and Eric road direct to New York nnd Howton nl buffalo York Central to Albany anri rand to New York n complete connection will nil oud the of Street But no except the or you will he upon Hy lull route Are not lo over nt ire by route lor Dunkirk mill br ine Cvntrnl route layover at De- troit Tlic Public will at once ihn thlt route the choice of the entire oro nt for thoni may It this mule In every 17 muni procure their nt tlie going on the Donw it will mve them fare lo ft no are Kin on tbe XT thut road have now foi i Of tt IKO Ratine B A KNAPP A It TRAINS EACH THE MICHIGAN The Oldest Sent and Comfortable to Buffalo Albany Xew tmd Button Tlic Central Road is nil laid with henry TraiJ is the and in United States EXPRESS at 8 o'clock A conneclhiD al Detroit with Miller CITY Capt For Dunkirk without t with fl o'clock IV M arriving in New York neit Alw will MAY for witli for Aim lor and with Ibr Dunkirk anil TELEGRAPH EXPRESS dally nt P M Till In with law n hnt in not found on inr In the connection al with the Une or O jit OCEAN STATE Op lawn for Buffalo without with Lightning for New York aamc Alra with Bay city railroad for and Aim with Mad railroad and Llm wIR find II the MM com- btM In Uw Md tun lo wake tlw Mated art requeued to procure their I Ticket FOR THE SEASON OF CLEMENT'S V If H al and f: Roil Road at a Hew V 8 Law arul iii bare u tlu J r i the but at to ready to pay property iht of thli Una ot N Jim received a tot of B A G L C N A t L which they will Jar C TrV fc W R June lift GOODS MILTON MOORE A NT TA LOB hat removed lo 193 one door of he nnd will be pleated to old anu all o a block SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS Jint received which In to riety and eon Tall to fancy of AlK B C L O T H I N G which hai hwn nnd will continue to be up under hii own and to five Aln a alock or GOODS In trout variety al Tina tc CT and law LOOK FOR BARGAINS JOHNSON AT FIRE PROOF STORE 98 are now prepared lo their and UM a large and well and DRY GOODS Slam f Xorl Ware It MISSES CARPET BAGS fcC Our ni BOOd can tjc bund nd will lie old of nn Iw COMK JOHN OATS Scrip wanted In tor JOHNSON Racine Jan M PECK TO R AND t mil In STAPLE DRY GOODS G RQC E E S Ship Fanning Utensils Arc n and oi DRV which they nnd lie lic M for READY PAX J S M M GOODWIN XT The for 1 of Hit or In him p rest in at he old aiana of i Hi M PLANK STORE RACINE 11 SIXTH wis tt ol DRV S At which lie for nta CASH Oil PRODUCE G U IS on flic Line to n MARKET FOR RAM TIES CORD In now necessarily neck o as QL fair that innv be cd AIM WANTED IMMEDIATELY Onr men and rcn in culling and Rail Tlf Wood nt H CLOTHING STORE THE now receiving Mr I nr GontH for will he to receive a Iroin all wl any in line Ilia nock of GOODS In very ind he linn already opened one of Ihc bcm or he tic cnn dint In ur the V W L III NEW J JONES TAILORS would the of Racine and thai taken the Old Stand 140 inn In Street where they Intend lo keep all of READY MADE and HOODS of the bent quality and VERY LOW FOR attention will he paid In the and In In Uie beat -All who arc in of In our line will do in a oar mock 1 J D JOKES for tbe Million vn New Twill nnd ten men And fet Hred or humrry t all it little good oil Jun to keep Iti Joints limber nnd Iw oil And It aorl r And worka perfectly easy by hy day HFe are al our To make upon bonor to men the Will our iron Tailor can Mil ai or and Bod We well noted call now AJM we'll try to prove all we la true Patent Machine and a Bathe which e tilt have If required IW Main Street Racine City wo m RE ready to on tor A of ehr 01 al w hay RA GIN TUB BB own i oiled the bawl OV by and to tnc and for all the and bonea wnleti mxy call HORACE ils GREAT On one night last week a celebrated owner railroad builder and general coa tractor walked into highly gambling house on CM ed fifteen thousand card and won lie then staked s lar and won that and the bank broke and of the evening was spoiled Another celebrated M well known in the sporting world M tke oilier gentleman and equally In a higher W into another gambling house and won neatly the same amount with the same result breaking the bank for the time being and spoiling other pleasures have not seen any allusions to these two breaks in the articles of the daily press but the are as we hare stated them and state a good many more growing out of if it was not contrary to our to meddle with other people's affaire whioiv do not come properly before the But wo have a remark to make on the fuels we have for the benefit of the public at large Let no extravagant young town U impatient to grow rich in the twinkling of a of make un experiment at the gambling talib wilh the expectation that it similar piece of good luck might befall him Such turns only happen once or twice in a thousand tmd none but n double distilled dunce will venture his all upon of a die In the first of instances wo given the gambler had a million or two of dollars to fall back upon if he had lost And he would probably two or three hundred thousand dollars in his attempt to break the bank In the other case the adventurer played with borrowed moner and if lost his thousand dollars would been compelled to retire w ith his hands his empty pocket The present is a gambling age and there are Pat in Wall street as well as in Broadway Brokers gamble in stocks merchants gamble in clipper builders in houses jobbers in calicoes publishers in books in foUon nnd politicians in principles Gamblers whether with cards or are alike a curse to the they add nothing to the common and whenever they gain it must be to the sotne other person The only members of society aro the slow and patient producers the mechanics the farmers regular who work hard save a little live consistently and die happy Cow Once upon a time a man met an old in an English town driving al mother of mid he Adieu my was the oH reply The fellow went on his way reeling for nis ears LIVERY STABLE STEWART Ive notice lo their friend nurt the public thai have opened an on gt rf where they ntc an Livan They have an excellent variety of HANDSOME EART CARRIAGES Their are gnt and convenient Saddle for and In want of TEAMS FDR be what they HOUSES al nil ready tat The uy n the pubic all den will be attended ID wlla laaw and and their M a B daw I LIVERY STABLE MASH PIERCE it No 1 n ai any Salic la Tin tan 1 MOST EQUIPAGES Driven arc careful and that the new EA ST Ho Batter that to cut art f Bait m the tha Mat in lo All of tn l of aWI al The Office an Mr fc July I
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