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Daily Morning Advocate (Newspaper) - May 13, 1854, Racine, Wisconsin i. 1) a i ly M or n ff SPECIAL AUCTION K 0 TIC currier I will a- In- I office of omission ou the part of the j delivering their The polls of said wilt bo opened at o o'clock P. mill clore at 5 t. M. Jiy order of the City May 1S.TI._____________; Mr. from will list Church to morrow ot the hour of church The lit tliv I R A C t N K G O U N T Y U A N 1C. i 8100.000. 1 U. a. j 123 Main WISCONSIN Tim citizens will be j this new ntul beautiful boat Squires taken lief j the line between this ami the Sou of lo those of our who a i R A C I N K. Ii n c i n e OK connection v Superior O Y O U N M E EM- men in every neighborhood ob- SPECIAL H O S f I L I No HIM 5. All who with will bo from the possibility of while the profits derived he very OF stills from the sale of useful ami popular I anil can i i For hy May lOlli t 1 wheat for shipped per Schooner 1-iuslieii for 1V.M.J. 1'ltEST. AND Of 1 WO i J. by iho of a j Hank J. Hellt Milwaukee I sit on saw State Wis. K. s. of Fond Fond dn 1 it Jetor A. IN lo close in V. thai all nut due I i settled up ami all to whom are ou will please furnish the AND MAUINE DR. ami and of Ihe Corner Clark and lo direct hH to inent private in all nil of curns of tion in from three to six anil in n very nf Tilt by Hr. or no no in or nt home or In private or at not Dr. tollif tim of fulse reliable of as an- ri firm ion tn In of uLI in much others in and ny Dr. him him In I he with liis Of will fnr is rarely lu lie inform i rhe that not on one wl wilft a over who still treat tin old he cures In as many thousands f MTV HARNESS D 13 F I E D The war of extermination has commenced nl 113 main THE wishes to have il understood Uie least chance of that ho has the ami assortment at Carpel lhat can lie obtained tiny other The work manufactured In liis shop is done hy sold for the Cash cheaper than alany by one Ills an i us done In the mannei o 6iNA'LlU'rECTlONwK MARIK E INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW OFFICE NATIONAL CO OF SARATOGA K. Y. 000. Surplus 38 ooa T. M. With whom can be upon Also anil Mull oh nt ust nui ice. All n line give him a ami O Hr. WOULD Uic of that he continues to cany cu the above business nl liiti old JIT So. i rt B. of J. Rl fc I ll rt j I i W. M. 1'. M. Harmon 1 J. Truman Nathaniel fl. W. i DIRECTORS AT O President Ball Hank i Charles A. lion E W A II U E C tl Jno J New lion M V S T W It C II Sheldon A t limn Ii fc fc I upon Hie advise in not Iiv rations Mamie ll properly in the of and they N. Capital paid taken this 10 .Mo Racine MUSTANG The preparation is increasing daily the circle of its influence and is i and and I liy its arc i and beyond all U like an I with tills n to the One door north Of Leather York lihi A and will manufacture keep on hand in his Pinion The luting own appointed Agent tto above fire or m Tie to inquire Into ami of the National W Will lie thai U H tat their insure in that be and y. lo neatness and MAKING THE undersigned wishes to call the at- of the lo Ills Manufactory of M No. 1-23 Main SDL We have put In of u to warrant us lu to any ail who may J It To persons who nnd nil l and H H. J. S. AMI CK furnish nml J who red and must sonic as well ami j of horses anil ana on j nnd every j I to wonderful lien I- j j would rrc a day without it. j livery can j i of dollars yearly by this their j I become chafed or j any ilio to stock j in i vim nn men wl In solitary I Suit Kiid vti I tiur to j sunnier tlie of r. l ntul j unit I nM I It in 11 i fur ui tnu Married In iua run sons FCC with one Stilt liy ull of- liiO M tu AND From i MI. i M n i mil i iu work by he is ihal he can nive tlie best lo all who want in Ills He a lull of everything in iv c1 A. M. to a 1'. M. RUFUS KING WA CO. It is on pood authority will falling nnd lately X K 1C I 11 K Jl. C Cu: in all are to the Eye rate in the most fir any oilier ci Oculist irU his nro increased the have hoen lo t v of va He will ope of thut ex York anil Tile Tlic and Intro past to support and public of fnr In ir of interest in of tins by hands Uie t the It t i add nn f- fi m its in th's the is The nnd and lit of n and nil and a very as us the and to at Ihu very low All lo Sentinel must paid in us tl rill in the fin first Hud fur HIH is Ihe Largest Office in the CIRCULAR Ami 1. at the in test style and on I place il in of Price i W. t I i i the Ago j is J. 1 ua I To all those who line Cray or hair or are troubled with on this No. Main Wis. i i- to 111" hall in ay s his and lie always prepared to at a dime at ISio 1st dmr of the March tV S. Wholesale and Retail S T 13 Fanning and April Sign it tlie RETAIL in 1-T.r.M-ii t 10O J. M. B. VIre King and free May 7th, OF 1 Has jiat from the State of York with a OV i that ol most reliable in the willi a pound and Capital continue In on of n m the most Cargoes in H. L. S. in nrt M TIDIES ASD ft Lace The very best kind of tin article for sale cheap by E. A. Koby Please call and GLOVES BUf of all ky E. A. natural N. lUtlers Mis nr lie wishes il particularly understood that has Int um and put up i with ihe Kvu lor HIS Those a m ki d in I he will be supplied liy him al Hie lowest the tu I j of from and his 10 It in this tn all mav III of his s II A. M nnd from n 1'. I 111 ly 1Yo THE i x o u u ii kn is now in tine order lor Uie Call nnd noon of just M. SI Third Tlie l ies to have it prepared io ROAD 71 WIS. Tl a general CBBC they offers for sale at a Low CASH OR LOTS ims received ft Freth of LAMP FOOT LA II Tanking Tic lure arrived for stile by 1. unvin NEW 1TAKO1SGS. received direct from New stork of WALL ever to lull rk I etil of In to cd all which will aoM M tow i public work which is ever lor In and lor i runir and for ami Keas from I fur he I as the the 111: Main by J. i lu Liver and all disorder ram a makr nrc only llf nut ask for Worm Liver and Ihal each the J. and l nf Ri e are an K. i VAX 1' May fi. 1751. A M Jlr Van Felt recently Illo of in use of A N A i l. s den they 5tll aa lax lor as sell C. i S. W. l in in part of ths Shirts and ilw that tic hnn opened n i ol he wNI lo e all to take lemons tiie ami the in without any eura Ar tuning the nation of his or uie of kf not of their timed tor 50. done reasonable and September COURT s d il is prepared t a nn or 3U LOOK 1I.KUK! I and a hundred Mirer styles of slimmer Bile at Id 4. Main Deeds fur sitle at AS IT By A -N B X C K L E X T O V O 11T U I T Y For Ladies tn of I siyle is crl by tte who havt the assortment ever to t received and fur by Curtain tn F. II KM on TO Farm B 14 Ii is it nnd and nnd an north ot the city S S I nn whirl fnr a new further K X T ift of ft n Foxed us nr wilt have been their taste tind bv dealer in I OIL cornet fith Centre Feb. second house from v the of i 111- nl the of tlw ol Ural lain the said City I and on the day 1S1I. 1 said and that 1 may In- m u that paid he ol j this court on lay Ihe day Mny at Court House in the city i And it is further that thereof lie siven I In and to nil I bv of i in dny of Racine a newspaper in said county ol Apr. K. COUNTY IN In matter nf nf On Ihe nf of uf Ibf of in the nf and of this and and H K T II A K C Jl O The Nevertheless with the style tp as a 1 j at Main 17 1! U O W X S of T a of unusual excellence j In ordinary in nil ration nf tlm ir. is nf in- HOME FOR or Wall f pr nf epidemic of it is uo individual or traveller should lie Tie purr to crt the which only by F. his ami K. and fnr siila hy all the ill 8.. ind In by COUNTY A Convention is all of the lo of the present Ad- in the free Territory of lo making the soil At a for those arc lo sustain the who nre undor foran In the wlm to protect from the of slavery in nt the House of AT T Jl. U Jl Sp A Y H pI R S T D A V O f t V N K at A. M. to form n county ns may be from town nud n irom tnc city fif wiM MtA will lie The to nt of May thr will Tor County of and adapted lo rich N. o. o L r u i o AU c- TinN all of the Racine eon tl Is one In short all will he nn tlie Will lay nf Mav at in the and ue from day to Racine April T. or tlie for received and Co. tim a time of the nt of mill in raid It la be this on thu Monday In Mny at n. nf nt In mill city nf And it lhat nf same II civen by publication In each In n ly iu the city uf Racine in said said April that in said be appointed as the time place for said it is that tip of this order for three weeks successively a weekly published Dated April 21, County J 1854 1854 REED'S CHICAGO ASP LAKE On the open of Hi nf i will nf the First Class Chicago ou FRIDAY Of each of thu nf Ward's Saut M. The filler with nf leaving Ste Murie every Snut Marie f mid on nt r A M. from to iho Ste will made np lor anil tho draft Ohio will be to line In order to fully the of e nf Liike ly their of above Irom Reed's m Forwarding AND 0 T. ng purchased of I. C. k. 1. M. to the oltl stand corner of sixth Jc nnd Tile ou tor uta RE il OVA L subscriber b liis and public KP to im he has removed bis Dt WINES had NO. will be found n large and at SCOTCH at OLD AND F. J. AT NEW in now prepared DEER SKINS in the Yellow bull for G and black lor Moots and BUCK ANU KI SKINS for whip SHEEP WITH WOOL Oft for He alto to ny that Tie constantly BOOTS AND SHOES of every and In neatest and want n good t camion M KIP well as use to will be a WIS. notice to the business j all others in Ihe on or or the of goods ol any that lie is still In the above named business at South Pier ami Tijn advances ou will CASH PAID S. LOOK OUT HOYS ron THE LAMBS warm me shim will pav yon THE CAStl for any YOUNG OK to nny lor shipment or property of any accuracy mil nl TUB 11BRTSTEAMBHS ANU 1'BOI'ELI.EKS, touch constantly nt his 1'ier, nnd his al the Bust and are men of High Oil house lot Kor enquire of Kl on Wisconsin By virtue of a writ of Fi. Issued out of anil under the seal of Ihe County coun f the county of lo me directed and J. W. and corner of Main and Sixth directly east of tin F. would lurit his of Racine and tinity for the Tory I they have flip blm fur 1 2 W A II D 0.8 T I I v 4 Mny Sth. r. ahout nnd nj two which 1iccn I'M Till receive tlie abOTO reward by leaving jame nt the Ulty in the liven of tho by J. F. Smith fc ami lands and ol S. I have levied on nnd shall expose locale at the In and In uf the bed real as the half of the wwl fractional of in township number three ol mid I AND SHEEP ET of the MIC s. 1 LADIES STYLE OF HATS 1 this been by seen at ti range mid In the nf malt t m ii i mm i in D. Would thr of that he hro newly occupied by and oth ET v where to wait may hid n With a larpe he in prepared lo clear for ifie dollar and will ID ed In it of or Ukm at f rom 03' Country produce n within 15 walk ot D ESI K ABLE CITY LOTS II anil 11. V Drick Price M H lock 9 on H. B. niH or on time tl 10 f cent.
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