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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1859, Racine, Wisconsin DULY MIL. VOL. AUGUST 30, NO. 151. DAILY LOCAL AUG. 30, 1850. Territorial Judge of thu Third Judicial Dis- of has decided in a suit instituted n promissory note endorsed to the Bank that all in- Hanks in that Territory are and all business transacted by them as is violation of the The is under the act of Congress which That no act of tho Legislature of any of the day at 9 contractors fulfilled their Tho Track I The track was finished to Thus have the contract and got the load through before tho first of This is one of tho most successful jobs ever completed in a railroad The balance of this week will be taken up in ballasting the and next week the track will be in apple pic at for the State Fair GOT HOME J. A. who has tried his luck at Pike's re- turned on Saturday and is fully satisfied that Racine is the best place for business be- tween bore and the Rocky He says that it is dull and no duller herein Wisconsin than it every where lie pronounces the gold that were first an unmitigated He thinks that with a ood and steam PIKE'S J. A. his returned from Pike's and will hereafter be found at his well-known Picture No. 138 Main over E. Dry Goods Having been to Pike's seon the and killed his lie is now ready to take pictures of a better and at cheaper rates than can possibly be taken at any other establishment west of New trunks Uial wnn a goou that gold might be obtained by I received by rom B. P. the rocky mountains to thoir original large stock depot m a Mac is satisfied with the benign assortment of all the new of ing or any institutions with Bunking or to be nave any force or effect whatever until snd confirmed by Tho holds that an innocent holder of a note before even if A Splendid On Sunday night the heavens in this o. Oi of the United incorporating presented a most brilliant and glorious n commenced The exhibition commenced about 7 as soon as the sun was ly continued until near four o'clock in tho The appearance of the sky was at first gulden and red interspersed with shooting confiscations of streams of maur I Tha southern and eastern hemispheres Viril 1 i Rn than the appearance of the as he has had a view of him on every His card appears and having the best the best suit of and better furnished than v ew ot him on every uis caru this morning in the daily and those any other establishment in the counby to who want pictures may he assured that ho j with other advantages and will do the thing in quality and by all who Bead hia THE 0'Pi.Ai.x pond at Union Grove which is the source of the 0'- Plain and where the locomotives on the R. It. E. have always heretofore Contract as against a wrong tho would nut lend its power to assist a in enforcing a as between tics to the same fraudulent and illegal is BLOODED has obtained his ncai N. is himself as t. He has just been in a visit to N. and chased of Col. Hungerford of the beautiful youny Ayrshire heifers Flora and and the young Ayrshire bull all the very choicest specimens of the breed. Mr. also presented Mr. with R fine pair of Yorkshire were perfect specimens of their and which were received by Mr. B. with marked Tha darkness was entirely dis- by brilliancy of tho The light of the full moon could ly have exceeded the light of this species of mingled and Aurora H however from the accustomed in fact that it seemed to come from every part of tho At three o'clock in the morning performance seemed to come to a the upper hemisphere from the horizon on every ride was in a blaze of glory and of light of different colors and of changeable streamed wards on every side until it converged at the In this manner the show was continued by the until the charioteers of the sun were seen gilding with light the eastern DKT smoked as a give a I defy JN. B. Particular taken with people call and see for Arrival of City of St. N. F. Aug. 25. The steamship City of Washington from Liverpool on the 17th, and Queenstown on the 18th, passed Cape Race at 2 1-2 on the 24th, being intercepted by news yacht of ew York Associated Press and five days later advices The steamship Jura from New York had arrived Up to the ISth the Zurich Conference had mode no progress in arranging definite terras of Owing to some the only obtained the latest of the 18th, telegraphed from Liverpool to and not the week's summary of The following is a statement of tho London nnd as they stood NEW Great Reduction in N s CHEAPER TEE undersigned would inform 1he public that he continues in siness at the Old Stand of 72 Main where can be found a well selected stock of A New York correspondent of the 1-Jaltiinorc Clipper the visit The present spell of dry weather is the longest and dry est in the ory of the oldest Many farmers j living on tho are compelled to languishing look at the old spot where they have so many times slaked their and with a snort and a bound they start for lington where they can get plenty of beer springs should dry up which there is no danger of. The springs in lington are not affected by A REMEDY FOB Detroit Advertiser suggests tho following A time when this disease is prevailing to so large an extent as at present a- remedy for it would ba a public Take the Pith of the common stalk us will be found in a foot and a half of the it a few moments in a pint of and let the patient drink iC at his OFFICE OF RACINE ASD Miss. R. R. Aug. 23d, 1359. Tins road will charge half fare only to egates to the Republican State to be held at Madison on tho 31st. Return checks will be given free to engers by this attending the camp meeting Aug. 29th, to Sept 3d, at Dunlap's cast of the camp the rates will be the same as to To passengers the rates will be the same as to Supt. on tiie rooming of the 18th. The Liverpool and provision markets were both In the London money market consols were at 933-8. Aug. 27. A private despatch received in this city Now announces the failure of everal of the N. T. bear The re of Walter Haviland is said to bo tho Aug. 27. Flora Temple beat at Saratoga j three straight Time and consisting of Huts and Neck 1'ookct Astor was tho Hon. drive their cattle from five ten miles for wa- He informs me that in the course of them aro constantly sinking few months he will so to Paris to have j tilc of finding more wa- sn eve taken Some years .er witnessing a the ball from Mr. at com- for water in a duck of one of parties struck a j which long been and ami into his eye destroyed the j at this of the has always The s of removing the whole i the After digging of has now become and F. 10 liu a tamarack mis here advise the resort to Paris hud be for thousands of of P. S. ol Sank t. far art men in the State as well for the We know him 10 c good and nn able end Liar everywhere His nomination would to the of Michigan act empowering any number of iut less thin ten nor more than one to organize themselves into a body A correspondent of the Chicago nal in a letter from this city has tho ing paragraph in reference to Congress Congress under Mr. its continues to prosper and to It is bountifully the neatest and cleanest house lever stopped fare is more and the waitin not to ba to tae of Dr. the celebrated in curing cholera and all bowel has arrived from and can be found a j No. 203 Main foi short Dr. C. will attend to all calls h i may receive from those with diar dysentery or levers of any o or any affection of th Charges Aug. 24. 1839. Finishing We perceive that our enterprising all sorts of Goods which I will sell cheap for CASH Custom Work done promptly to in the aud most MKD BEE ASD BE CONVINCED THAT 72 Main I Has just received anew and able stock of and Winter MILLINERY which f he offers for sale at prices to suit the TXTE the undersigned Dry Goods YY in view of the many advantages derivad from have come to tho and do promise to close our stores until the 1st daj of at 8 o'clock P. and from the J at dav of November to tho 1st day of at o'clock P. M. 0. C. H. M. PETERS LEK Jt S. Co. subscribers wish to employ reliable man in each tion of the Slate to travel and take orders for AND bv Will tmv a BaUry of to por samples and stamp apply Ibr return and that he struck a vein i muck out of this old swamp and arc putting i i. on their for This is a good idea for when the normal of this part of the globe ie again water and duck will again abound where nothing but muck is now A SUBSTANTIAL has been constructed at the cast end of dock on the running south Iv me neatest ever stopped while She No. 138 Main is is I Binding up tho spring and summer trade of his highly popular and cheap by j ing the residue of his spring and summer stock ot Dress comprising at a reduction I of twenty and thirty per below the regular which of course brings them very much below Now York No. HAS commenced a TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER iu the BOOT AND SHOE and will continue to sell for the payable next 6U hia entire stock of Boots and Shoes tn. nr at- from to 30 per less than former in order to make room for Ms fall The prices that he advertises to sell some kinds of work is lie sells foxed or for 50 for from to Ladies Tipped purpose thieves and oner and of such when on- making an with the of a Two men named at Grand j tore up three rails from the track of j the Detroit and Milwaukee be- J is the company refuse a R of a claim for They were j and held j London Critic and journals positively that the author of Hede is Miss Mary Ann already known to the literary world by hor translation of of are entertained in that two vessels now in port are fitting out as THE to Baltimore from the harbor pier to protect tho ware which occupies the lot near tho This pier is built under the supervision Mr. V. M. and it is one of the substantial tt has already settled by the of rock a and the undermining of the seven or eight feet into tho and is to be some throe feet above the water The same dock is also to be ued in front of the plaining mill of Wells Hill When completed it will make an ef factual bulwark against the waves of the sea inside of which wiil bo nearly an acre o made expense of these dock will be nearly six thousand Th stone for sinking these cribs arc brought i on the Railroad from at an of live dollars the Tris nf Cleveland will slop at the dock Locker her way th inca light white wss observed in the in the This may be set down as one of the remarkable years as far as frost is there having been a frost every mouth in tho year thus with n ti of tho the Southern District of Dr. G. and S. wre delegates to the Republican State The dent says the sense of the District tion was in favor of D. Hollon as the for Greeley has arrived in California received with great tion He estimates the number of ing to California overland this at 000. heels at 75 where at and all kinds of thoes at he now sells a fine Calf ol hia own for sold nt Kip Boots he defies ail quality or Pearl Kew HAM'S COMMERCIAL FOUNDED FEB. DC. REDUCTION or view ot the we lenrn that the of Commissioners contemplate reducing e salaries of the teachers of our public Web of Many Wrought by Ruth P. vol. pp. 408: niter paying all leaves a net result to the city THE City of the 20th states thai the population of is reported in the recent census at The N. Y. Tribune learns that Mr. A. M. at 11 The excursionists fro Milwaukee will have a little time to ramb over the and our citizens will have pie ty of tune to get on This will be nice trip to and all will have an e opportunity to enjoy themselves a of to Ladies desiring cheap and fashionable dress that at 138 Main SI 1-4 and 25 cent Delaines are at present selling at 13 1-2 cents per and also tho im- mense reduction in tho prices of some retailing as low as 37 1-3 cents the Before wo finish the notice of the the we wish to tho attention of the public to the vast quart titles of Linen Goods which dis poses of. e are not surprised that in thi class of goods he wipes out all attempts a when he sells a full piece of al Linen Diaper for seventy-five cents Aug. 11, Dear Sir we beg to hand you the notice of the dissolution of the late linn of and we ili 1110 uuu satisfied that you can -et a large of Shoe Leather for a REMEMBER THE 3.00 Street All kinda of work made to 15 F. H Atlantic Peterson for received by Peterson and other zin r GLASS air for pre- OU serving A BOXES only cents per OU superior prime from Hamburgh and Western Re en op the sights of that city of uneven surfac public a person as Florence Nightingale She does and her operations s a good Samaritan arc not to the or to few She is with every one goes tho Irish who pathetically complained that he be in two places at a she is in a thousand places at welcome in and creating mirth in Tho sourest gravity cannot defy her but is forced to at tho hazard of a when she opens her She and her immediate friends have been so long before the that we no more think of doubting their existence of Fir the Madison late decision of the Supremo Court of thU the office of State Con- or rather the net ot creating Mich oe very in of cur constitutional eloquent nnd appeal A D made to thu to the to defend it from The N l. Tribune learns see mu a tour in the Tickets to be had nt Congress Hull and at United State's the coming the Exchange The Times my i several young gents went to the residence of n young damsel a few evenings since to give her a and after tooting for some time the door opened and a- male servant stepped walking up to the harpist and laying his hand on hia ex- claimed My the folka are all get a cent fore than we think of doubting the existence n. to it fr thi listened to his on the occasion can to necessity Constitution as the people Whatever may be the im- of this trie the State owe the A. U. n debt of for aiding and ihe of the to treiv si the great of themselves enacted and without which right and public se curity would rest upon caprice you ine the feelings of those os regular dry 1 JiK Korther in on morning and continued on the sea was very high and near the south side of the active and busy in mining and settling in the sand tho solid Mr. to 1 the of and the Pickwickians and the In one respect the old lady has been especially for- unlike bank she is not to bo All attempts that have been made to off other Mrs. have proved As well might you expect to see another Eclipse as another relict of the immortal who WM no She has no parallel but and if you ask for you must apply at the only shop where they deal in the genuine Be- sides the of her good things in thiB wo have other capital or only to Mrs. and our new Mr. STEWART will shortly resume his in in our by placing capital in it and becoming a Special Partner The additions to and improvements m out are now and afford facilities unsurpassed for stoi and shipping Produce of all and we respectfully solicit a of your orders for the purchase of the Our Freight Warehouse is also in perfect order for storing and shipping dize of Relying upon our punctuality and to merit your Yf e LOOKER CO. H. SIXTH Door Wat of the YOU Main CO Church L. W. of Com- P mercS and Lecturer upon iWs of and A. nf Commercial and Higher M. B. of Commercial and HON. AN SON S. on Political Economy and the Laws ot HON JAMES L. and on Commercial E. F. W. Lecturer on Exchange and Course in each department call on PHETTEPLACE y o and worthy to take places nest August There are upwards of two hundred September Pay Save a S C TOUT will be at the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors office during the moult of to receive interest nue the and to attend to any other busines connected with the Section matter of this His charges will be and the business done with dispatch and He leaves fo Madison will ho in his ove 138 Main from g d h J 1A Ho and the lobbies will leave Bacine this A. for Madison and tha State A LIOI J in the and we would not sen them to the extent of even one must not forget to mention that Hoppin has worthily illustrated the so you can speak to face Mrs. Partington and her immortal For sale by Consultations to a P. M. Scholarship Sale At this in Bell and Stratton s Commercial College OLD Leroy T who our ISat TUB BEST MICHIGAN OB call on H. ft CO. W 13V, hey will continue the business the and shall he H. P. ong as 1, 1839. Department is under the university acquire a good Airing a Commercial Education id splendid d nnd Conl will receive tH for delivering nt COrd rn a. AH to be delivered on or before SS or otherwise r ol w J. M. B. a small family J. the ei wanted to do ho small Inquire at S. would announce to the people tv that are again in the ld go August 2d, 1859.
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