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Daily Racine Advocate (Newspaper) - May 11, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin BAILY RACINE WEDNESDAY MAY 11 THE Office over F W Store Corner of Main and Fourth SU Racine Wisconsin C CLEMENT Editor and Proprietor per year payable quarterly HATES OF I square por year IS m square a week I months IB I weeks wi 1 1 1 1 MI I I 1 Ml I for make a squa ite S i -a I to 71 funded 4 days 3 wi The own not accompanied with written dims until paid lor and om f annual i limited to their BUSINESS DIRECTORY LEWIN AT LAW In Court House GILES Street corner of in rear on Seventh Rucine ISAIAH G FuMic and Conveyancer In the Court Houne with thu O JEMiS M D Office and Residence Wisconsin Street eotner in the house formerly occupied E JAMEISON at one door South of lire Racine House BUSH A AT LAW No Ml street Racine II T c Wisconsin EXCHANGE OS NEW YORK ROSTOS t THE BANK RACINE OF KACINE WISCONSIN J AUGUSTUS L McCREA Hat Cap Regalia Depot 58 Detroit Masonic Odd Fellows Sons of Cadets M M P and Temple of Honor Officer and Private and constantly on hand and to order Manual Chart Diplomas fce lor talc Hutu and Caps made to and forwarded to any liv me the size around the head in inches at chute FURNITURE 101 ESTABLISHMENT 161 lake this method of Informing their and public at large that they have on an- constantly CABINET WARE of description Those in want of some of the of AND MAHOGANY that were ever got up will do well to on in all nnd In Hie moat approved of the art They are Ibr an article unique desirable and which destined to tlic wooden now in M old to 101 Strut WAIT fc HILTON WISCONSIN INSURANCE COMPANY New York Capital II Hawley E LOBE INSURANCE COMPANY Ulica New York F Rockwell Wm Maw and Capitol taken in the above named on the favorable term and AM w MS with of Main and Fourth Racine March ISM NATIONAL LOAN Life Assurance Company Of LONDON ASP NEW YORK t Ai Racine in W t Fond In Laf n n Garden and Nursery On Prairie Town of Spring Prairie County THE for nalc over Fony Thousand from four to seven yearn from at Hollars per nil from trees 13 to 18 to SS fics nt low A of Shrubs Flowering Plants Rant tc which will found two Aph five to seven In at Fir Sal per also and almost every tiling uf to be in lueh The Fruits have been selected with rare M quality of fruit and 01 and have trow Iwen fourteen iu this by letters of inquiry sent to the Post will receive a reply Catalogues gratis ut the Nursery nnd by mail port paid MIE hw the agency tof tire above Com- I and is now prepared to lake nl the it which arc ever taken liy a responsible risk are also taken on the lowest For further Information at he office of Chase Dank iV Racine Feb W ic Jf SHOE AND LEATHER STORE Building head of for Hides and Skins Plastering Hair March 8 ISM E A ROBY A tit Fashionable Hair Dressing Saloon would respectfully solicit the attention public to nis Dressing above the Racine HOUSE wishes lo inform the nnd lar House has just been bis own supervision His Table is always wilh tlic brst the market affords His Stable by careful ostlers and he thar he cnn all who are to make nw house a temporary home Racine Jan llf HORACE WARNER HE DR J W FOSTER ami residence corner of k Sixth St cast of the Church Pr F would here re- turn his of Racine nnd vi tbr the they have t kiin for the years anil solicits a the same IMPORTANT TO House and Hotel Keepers FIHE Flint Enameled Ware composed of Flint Feldspar and manufactured at Vermont Tin above ware is a new and most beautiful Invention t munch stronger than any other Crockery in also It has many advantages over any oilier Crockery now laile The enamel is of flint which makes I erv valuable for purposes and there will be no of poison from any article made wilh this enamel The coloring is beautiful The most alc tints are obtained and lire peculiar mode of an- gives a Permanence an Enduring nn Flint The most polished Agate or not susceptible of n more exquisite finish than give o the mnst common article produced by Ibis f instead of Iwing as cheap as ordinary Crockery tin varr richest china it would be as tbc but cheap n well n it will come into general use when Beam with utility is For sale ami Retail hy JOHNSON WRIGHT Jan I W Racine ASH FIFES WIXKS If LIQUORS ranU W RAIL In Manufacturer of TOBACCO 132 main street fT Wines and Liquors of a superior quality for il Crockery Glass Ware Store Wholesale and Retail JOHNSON WRIGHT on hand the nnd of Crockery and Mass o that cnn be found in the city would say to those wishing to articles in that line that they would And n to interest and before purchasing elsewhere Jan OJ t Rucine More New Paper JUST received direct from New York the lock of comprising Parlor tc fce and of tile latest styles Also a beautiful assortment of Bordering In velvet and common to match do green blue and all which will be sold a lo i PAPER HANGINGS SHADES Ac IF purchasers aware of the great they ca make by purchasing directly from the would not ail to call at our Warehouse wbere the will find of Room Papers of great adapted to all market In the fo credit JOHN HARBOUR Co fc 44 Boston SALERATUS HOME MANUFACTURE THR gives notice behn commenced the manufacture of In Racine and the trade with a OOOO and on reasonable term April M 19.11 U BRITISH LUSTRE k Lead Blacking J k TWO HORSE I.UMRE.MVACCONB to Mlc Cheno by JONHSON fc WRIGHT n Racine LINSEED Look Ing J LAN GLOW W Solar 4 VAS BAGS SATCHELS an V than ever known any quantity Jan IBM I WRICHT Wisconsin Nursery March flth 1853 JOHN 1853 1853 WM H WATERMAN Forward Ing merchant RACINE WISCONSIN GIVES notice to Farmers an all Interested in Ihc oa t or the of goods of any Mud nt still in the above at The Sooth Pier and lie will also make liberal advances on produce tore wheat in the Warehouse nt the Her and will alien o any orders lor or of property with dispatch accuracy ind THE STEAMERS AND PROPELLERS ouch constantly at his nnd his alII Enst and are of high business renm ton FIRE MARINE INSURANCE AGENCY A Secretary Sheldon 1 i I Y INSURANCE K V TT STATES MAIL LINE TOE SAFEST QUICKEST And Host to Uw Salt TUB SOUTHERN MICHIGAN and NORTHERN INDIANA ii now In regular tion and nil the principal route leading to the Eastern Mid TTe above Line consists of the splendid Steamers Garden City and Golden Gate on take Michigan The Michigan nnd ern Indiana Railroad pawing through the port of Hie of Michigan the northern part of the Indiana and UK splendid Palace Northern Indiana Michigan and Empire they nre not excelled by any teamen In the world on Lake Eric By thi Line who ing on the to New York by Railroad their tarring point for Ihc East will do well lo office of Line two doom smith of Malt Main Racine and their Length of i Float base thinking to wait there until the steps had gone past Bat they stopped quite close to her and a bright young voice Oh see how stupid I have I have come down without my garet you must wait for roe one minute till 1 run back for it They are dosing the organ I shall be scarcely in and with the last words leaving her ion the girl ran quickly the choir They are some of the aide thought to herself and her heart beat with almost a reverential feeling How must be how very happy P Distance by the Central Route Southern Route In of Itie M to Buffalo In JBJ Maw I to Hew York to 44 hour -14 Agent Ratine FIRE AND MARINE THE to Fire nnd Marine Politic on all properly In the following CO of N Y anil INSURANCE Co of Milwaukee SMITH AgeM Racine Fen OHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO CINCINNATI OHIO by the state of Capital Slack II All paid In and safely secured DIRECTORS I E S VV R A W D E 3 II W Vice S VT Secretary E Agent Racine wls 1853 1853 E 8 WARD'S U.S KAIL OF C R Cooper ARCTIC T WILL form a daily line between Racine Milwaukee and for IBM The oner to the public above first LOW nutke a nafe nnd reliable line They are Sued up In conformity with the S Law regulating aid Hie public are assured that the Internal Police ments have been mode with reference to the TO SHIPPERS they offer aside daily communication the fact that the Agent at Chicago Is upon proof be- ing furnished to pay promptly for any or damages to properly while in the possession of tills line of WM WET Ticket E R 8 WARD 1 INSURANCE COMPANY HE ofthe oldest and must reliable continue to take n Racine on of city or on the most favorable terms Also Marine Cargoes in the current rates K BRACE 8 L Itf ine Main ALL RAILROAD TO NEW YORK ROS TON AND PHILADELPHIA SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN INDIAN A RAIL ROAD On and after January 1st 1314 until further notice Trains will run between Chicago Toledo and Monroe daily Sundays Chicago for Monroe and Toledo at SJ A x Chicago time Toledo tbr Chicago at Monroe for Chicago at 7 MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Or SCUT YORK AO 33 STREET securely invested in Rond and on real estate In this city and Brooklyn and stocks of the and city of New Vork and Government ALL THE PROFITS AUK THE Persons may insurance on their own and the explanatory of the principle of Mutual Life Insurance and illustrating its advantages with forma of may lie obtained al the office of Ihc company or any of its H President ISAAC ABBOTT Secretary J D TALCOTT Agent at Racine 3.030 J LANGLOIS HOUSE SIGN AHD In Paints Putty Woods fte 137 Main Street Racine Wisconsin nearly opposite He call attention to hit well selected of GLASS which ie Is constantly Eastern whteN will be sold at a small advance from Importer and Man- prices Being a practical and selecting Irani the In the Union on pure and best adapted lo heir purpose TIN WARE fcC W are ready the public with ty of Stoves in tlic Market having now on hand all the various patterns TRny hand a large and well chosen assort Hollow Copper Ware kept on hand and sold nt a very small All business In punctually n the of Main and Racine Jan Road in conjunction with the Toledo and walk Lake Shore Kcw York and Eric Buffalo nnd bany and Hudson River Railroad forms the only road between CHICAGO NEW YORK CITY A Railroad communication Is opened between CHICAGO AND COLUMBUS AND PITTSBURGH Via Toledo and Norwalk Road which the Mad River and Hamilton and Dayton Hunds at the Mansfield and the Cincinnati and at Cleveland J II MOORE OrriCK Chicago bur doors south of main entrance C M GRAY Agent PLANK ROAD STORE 71 SIXTH STREET WIB 11 hand DRV which he oner for sale at a Low for C ASH OR PRODUCE W 1893 161 KAIH 1853 The to nubile that he hai on the best stock of ami ever brought to He ha brand of Wine were ever of the Vintage of Ruin Fort and Scotch aU Also of the The are In original and warranted I In enable me pure LINSEED MMl m AGENTS A BOOK FOR EVERY AMERICAN ROMANCE OF THE REVOLUTION BEING a history of the personal heroic ex- and romantic incident enacted In UK war of Independence containing a complete rnd thorough count of all the deeds of anil cunning of enterprise Incident of Individual and ad- venture domestic trial and of the people escape from and and all the romantic or Incident which the history of that era record or private could aflord histories have been written of Government of die of the period of the Revolution but no work ha heretofore been devoted to and record UK services rendered hy private Individual or the and privation undergone by devoted For this reann this nook has all of the of a ro- mance with the strict truth of j and H cannot all of being warnly appreciated by the American people Just published m one large volume pagea illustrated bound la or A large l loeone may Mate lown and tile Union be realized from ita There but who alre to peruse U pr oM of A capital J all that I to MILTON MOORE one door of where he I ready and WOI be pleased to show hi old and and all a choke Mock SPRING A NO SUMMER GOODS Just received which In regard to quantity riety and can hardly all to of Aha a large stock of a moment J f into her eyes stayed behind began as she paced up down softly to sing a low sweet melody Berthalde remembered it at once it was the Dti of the lately finished man A second time there were coming steps unlike the first and the voice was hushed at a voice rich sweet and low broke upon ear What would you have me say Lisa I am weary of complaining You more careless every day Your now is worse than it was six months Maestro I do not think it's possible to please you said the girl half angry half carelessly I'm sure 1 do the best I con and I suppose my voice is as good M it used to be Your voice is the finest in the My dear master then what is the me of scolding me Lisa exclaimed with real delight he went on quietly without heed- ing her you have no love for true feeling for what you verence in study Then what is the use of my coming here any longer 1 the girl asked with pressed irritation W answering her the master turn ed to the other girl Margaret you did well to-day very well Go on as steadily as you are doing now and you'll find that your reward will come Only have courage Kid patience Margaret answered a sadly Ah I sometimes want I sometimes almost lose my heart If had but more voice There to that I can never sing If I only had i There was a moment's pause then the first girl said more humbly than she spoken yet Master what do I am sure I want to sing well You won't to sing well 1 ha repeated Why she answered Surely lody thinks it is more pleasant to be mired to be blamed wish to sing well to be admired Exactly I understand yon he answered dryly And you Margaret t also to be admired that you work Mi lard and study so f She answered in a low voice earnestly and most humbly Berthalde felt that it came from the heart and in her own heart the blind girl echoed it The Master said abruptly after a pause It is getting late I will not de- tain you any longer Good which has been nnd will continue to be made op under hi own and warranted to tve good Aim a Mock of GOODS In great variety such Tin Jtc KT call and Racine April Ml for the MW fatter and And never get tired or hungry e'en then i And all that it a little good oil Jim to to limber In MO And merrily then it goe stitching away alow To make clothe upon honor to meet the enn wtl Rather cheaper than those that an DM well White am cutting comfort and We trust fa well mHe Bo give us a call now without more ado to prove all that we utter hi true Ha this notice aad two or more lad to of older llw paper marked the wnh the IkC tUt charing here can have If required EDWIN MdU ki n B out tke ll Brother Ho IU imt Raak Un of wMk MH and leaving them ha went away they lowing When they were sudden change had come upon Berthalde A bright light was in her sightless eyes She wi tremblingly almost like one in fear Oh if there was any way any if 1 knew what to I could speak to him.? She paused a moment and pressed her face upon her hands then m to tears she cried almost If he would teach me if he would let me learn of him if let me be amger T and falling upon her knees again she broke into a passionate imploring prayer bing and trembling as if her very life de- pended oh its being heard For a long time she knelt not praying always but feverishly Yet witk intense delight and eagerness building brighter ties in the air confusing wiSi of thoughts that poured m on her bright happy thoughts tor the moat part though now and trien sudden would come making her lert all thit wi hoping nSw never be to her any thing bat a Then she prayed again gan to lade and Ae would mr be- with her so atrange to heri that never fa aD ril have that H was for her a singer to gab her
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