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   Daily Morning Advocate (Newspaper) - December 14, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin                             DAILY FIRST RACINE, MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1853. YEAR. THE MOUriVO ADVOCATE AT! O'CLOCK i. m. ITIIT BY C. CLEMENT It CO. Al earner or Main mid Foaith Buaau, cul aide Baeloi. (Vbcon-ln, CHARLES CLEMENT. I AJIMB MATTB8Q.N. irenr. payable quartnly. No milwrtii- for petal than three ntoutbi. RATEB OF ADVEllTIBINO. I aquarr per )rar li n t-nwnUM, lo tn B W 1 i M> WMkl, 190 1 lamre 3 wnki 3 7.1 I W I IS 1 IHI 7i M TwtlrtllMt (orient) mike a fquare. Leaded artver- rerllmeMf, after tndlnf nailer. M per cent advance IM int tbm rain. not Mcompmikxl with written dlicc- Itena, wM kr Intoned until BaM Ibr and ordered out. ptlrildc of annual atlrenlaera limited lo Uiclr InrrMdliirt tattarw. VXBSOTOBT OOMTAII'IND A LIST of ALL THE IMPORTANT Tnte, rnfMdou, Ah-tawf tlmi a1 iBlB. Law. Pnmva FriUBB. IJ8 Him up lUln. ROTOB. Ollec In Conn HOUM. Bean At SABBBILI. 141 Main Mrrel, up itirin. AaelloB CMMattaalMi TABB-BUB a> STBTCM, 141 Main alreev Errfcanic, Ae. II. J. ULLBUin Cutter, Bunk of Racine. flharea. KIBBY Fowu. I jj Main rtrect. P. fc N. CoFiamB. (E. A. Rotr. WalnwrlgWs Billldlna. Main ilmt. C.  i> F.. R CODLBT, I II Main turn J. a. COJTBOB, iw Malo Had, 4r. U.GBUWHV, of tin Bij Hit Moaaw ItalMcn. Vf. 3. TCEBVULI., nortti CnHfmi llatl. F.. Mniii J. W. Mam Hnrt. oppofllc PoM Office. U. B. WOBTIK. 113 Mitln agm. AnceHeln. WiLLun Wen. MalnMmt.oppnite FOM Office. KLBAD Siffra, al the Poit OAcv. II. It. DITBAIID, comet Mnta atiA Tlilrti J. II. TAUTOTT, one doof wen rteabyicrian Cowin, M Van Cotfi R. A. two dona Mnrh of Wln.inn'i Dank. a tkc VTiiUAMj. Noon, Ofllee mrer Fauldnor k C. fc C. Hnnci. Main men. LIvetT fc Srit.u. Fourili TuacB at Taonr, Baker'p old Aland. Veaek'en, CJUBLH Rarn, IM Mam-Mini. M floor. Meat kat.aAion wenDaptlMetmreh. r. W. Main and ramOiattra, iBHilliaiut Irnnmi fc MO Main mm. a. C. Lnenmaa.DrAiiBlMltMliHXp, KMalnn. Tnxinami. Warn liot O. PABBBB, oakMraCouit NOUN. llr al LvmuHa. 19T IMaca Mret. r. W. tkki rokrth atfRU. 'ttWtfUui fcks HT31TEA1ICE COKPAHH8. LITE AMPnANCE.-BACUrB OFFICE THE jETNA INSURANCE COMPANY H..HTFORD, COXlt. AN'XUITV FL'XD, JlfittOOO Till? ell known iinil long eitahlbheil Inn organized a uew Oppanjiieni for LIFE INSURANCE, irilh enllrcly dbilnri Cnpllnl, uciuilvclv with luri.fCTvod BccuniulutlunK. for the pAjmenlof koaiief I.Uc iDimance only. nnd In no event Halite fbr iht! oilier deliiii contract or of the Compnny. IA norv ntepariMf lo tnue Folickv on at ratal re- durvit fmn thane characd bf the Mutual Coruponlrv. 1'he prortiplnrva. nilrnen and llberallly whteb have marked nil UK dcallno or Dili Company ftil t period nr thirty yean, and tltc well Known eliurnctcr or lu olfleeri nlul dlrcclori. nObrd the lUIMIfluniinly that Ita ntTnlri will Iw managed rw to nif rd lo the Augured llidt ultiiunlt1 mfciy and leeurity, n'hlcli b of the Una liaporunee In Lire jfMurnnrfi The uiii.il eilrn rlik> will be niiumc J by ihll Company at reiuonnMe Taiikplileta eotiLiiltilni of f retnlunii and Informa- tion In relation lo the ['Inn or and all nceeMary to effect Iniutance loay (M obulneil at tlie Aaeucy of Uw Cotuuany. TIIOMAB K. BRACE, Pittldenl. Yf. Srrxnvn. ET UR. E. EVEHCTT, A unit, Racine, Wlf tlet wtlTSi With ivlioin I.OCAI. MiRK Tlnnki Jim. H XTAlIONAL PROTECTION rUIE -1' M A B I X E INSURANCE COMPANY OF BUFFALO, NEW YORK. BO.AXCU OFFICE NATIONAL PROTECTION INS. CO. OF SARATOGA SPR1SGS, N. Y. Cnpitnl, OOD. Cusli Surplua J8 000. 000. T. M. Local Secretary, ii.-uirnncv can tic clRT-lfl upon Dwellings, tc. AUoCnreonnd (lull riaka on Uie LnkCH. at fnvornhlc cTiitd r.-iliinT, J'rrshJent Mnrlne l.f-e. or J. R. Lre fc. I'VH Banking MOUHC: JnniffHolll.ittT. Uink: Ira P.M. Murlnny. 1'UP.VIIRAl-B A. P. OntTCIl, Jos. Hnn- cns. 1'. M. Morinrly. Sniimcl [InrniDli J, Roek- wi-fl, Mnnlhw Jein-ni. l-iilintr. J. >l. Who'ler Truman gullbrij. Nallianlol AlMili, UeorgcCk-iDCDIs, Wjn. R. ir. VV. Rockwell. LOTAL UmitrTDHB AT Thot G Alvoril, Prctlilcnl Salt Hank-, U. AKonl, Cnslilcr Bnnk ol'HnlinBi A. Whcaton, lion K VV Leaveuwortti, A II Jerome, O T Item. II Uairil, C t: Kradlcy. Jno J P.-iliiicT, JMrrrhn'nl's Hunk, Kew York! HOB Jn. M Marvin. US Howl. Bamiofti: Worrnll VV U Arthur,  llh IMsirici; lion Ja. M Gooa. I'rnldeiu llalblon Bpn Bank; Duiron k Rnrlne. 1'bn uiiilenlgned hnflnv been appointed Agent Cor the nliove Goinuany. requritu ilranc hnvmi- properly, -cliher tlri: or lo lie to inquire Into llie hlllly. and of the Nntiounl Trateetfau to heilevinii Ihcy will that 11 ivjil be for tNeir Intert-Pl loiiidure In that Colnpnny. B. A. KNAPP. We linve Iwfn put of turh hifbrmaliou BB to wariAiil in In 'ecomiiirndlliBlheaVorelii-iuranccCoui- uany lo my and all who ttiny UUTTON RAY.MONM. FIHE. atAIlINE HCALT1I INSURANCE AGENCY, MOHAWK VALLEY WS. Am.terilam, If. V., c.ipiui.........enw.iiini J. A. Mllmliie. Heerelary. Alex, dlielilon, Freldenl. FAK.MIins- INSUBANUECOWASY.ofUrien.N. V., K. 3. Rlclmrdnoii. Scc'y. J. D. N. V. UNION INSURANCE CO.. Jolinnuwn, N. Y. B. F.lark, Sec'y. Chewier Phrlpp, Frei't. jETNA INBIIKANL'E COMPANY. Ullca, Sew York. II. H. llnwley, J. f. Hinntnnn, Pn'l. GLOI1E INSURAJICE COMPANY. Ullca, Hew York. Capital......... 0 IJIMK'II. A. F. Rockwell.Scc'y. Vim. Morrll, Preu'l. MUCH ASICS' MU.UEHGFITH'I.TH ASSOCIATION. of BprlnaneW. Man.) Cash and [ETRtBks tnken ID the above nmnerf Companies, on llie inott favorable lenui, and all iMBei nromptly pjild. WILLIAM VVKS'I1, Agent. Offlte with ButterfleM fc rnnw. Ullinann'i llnnk Tlulldlnf.corncr of Main Fuurth UDfllalra' door. Racine, March, ten. MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF FEW yOJZJT. JVO. 3J WALL STREET. "oll.in! weureiy fnvwroiMn Hojirl ami Mortgapn on rrnl ennc In Kiln nni) nroohlyo. titnl nockn of Hie dmica and ctiy of New York nml United Sti'.rti tiovernnipni. THE FAOFITS ARE in.iy effect liiBurnticc on llKlrown litt-i ni.J the HTW of oiherc. 1'ninplilota eiplMnniory of ibe prlnclplci) of Muinnl Ltfr Iimumncc, mid its nrivantniird, wi.lt faniiflor nppllci.iion, inny ohcnlned n( tficofflecor the 3J any of .ipt-ma. II. PrcnUfrnt. ISAAC Sec re i sty. Dr. J. B. TAT.COTT, ni lUcliic. 3yl COMPANY. ONE ami moitrelinblc eHnui. with a mnA nuU nviillnhle eonlinue lotnSic rlrts, aiiltcliotftce tn Rncluc, on alikhidb of Intunblo pcopcnjiln-eliy or eoutiuv.on ihc titan, favorable umni. Also, Mnrlwe tnkcnon CMreorv oowlclow, M ihccurrciurnicf. TilO. K B. L. Loo me, Svcreturi. H.8. Itf FIRE ASD HIARI1.E INSIBAHCE. THE continue! 10 hmkt FIR' am) Marine Pollelrn on oil iM-Jnbte liroprrty K NOUTBirKSTEBN Aituciuim mrrtrAt. immuircB of BtllWBBkfle. J... OvfeelBretrol the __. BUJAD SMITH. Mh.l'CL "i f 1833 WM. H. RACINE. WISCONSIN. Given notice IB tbe huaHnat. Commltf, ranntnaud all Olhen talereited in the Bton'ia nt nr Wmt.T.. or the itf of any kind, thai-In la nlil cnpifed In tka abort awKd IwAlneav at .IftiUk Ha it-Ill atao' miimr' lifcerar loVaneeB 'nt produce, will trteat inthe will attend la BUI onlcrKot ihlnineBinr raiclptcf kind, with iteajMtll, tefnntf iniftl THE Best BTGAMCKI ADD nonu.eu.' louch atihla flrn Ma'tYnljiiimtln. Butt (bnrhtrc. art uu MflLtaAtaB. rtloaa- ton. Xetsil. k.n.1 laraOT J BM of Crackwy and einai Wm tt BB In Iht aay la> tnat lint, that they would tad eiagUn. their In. 19rtt. I M Main-it Facme. TBAVELnta BOT7TE8. BEAT CBNTHAlL BOVTIi FOR BVFFMa. JJVJ; Tilt HAST. G LIGHTNING EXPRESS VIA THE MICH. 'SOUTHERN ASD SOB. INDIANA R Al L-RO AD? Throngk to York ia 36 Eoin! TIIHEE DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. Chicago with the 8 T. if. TfLSOKAPff EXPRESS TRAIJF, anil ranch Monroe wn narnliti at 0 o'clock. In time for LOW PRESSURE STEAMERS, NORTHERN INDIANA, Unpl. I.T. PHIATT. PUUTHEHN MtCHiaAiT, A. D. EMPIRE STATE, J. WtlMof. Which Monroe 7 A. N., Direct for Biffalo, Without LauAlng. Arriving In DulTaloln HIM fcrilw llo'e'ock Eipma Train ranir arriving In Hew Tork at I o'clock r X. nut ilay. by eluicr ike Nor York Central or New York City and Erie Koadi. LIGHTSTKG EXPRESS. lattt Chlcipa M t A. M, (laliiaad CI.M-.) and anlm at Cltvtlnnd P. H., M Danklrk ami BuEilo neitmorii- In iliac for Uw earlr train tor Mew York City nnd Uoiun. 2d, EXPRESS AX1> MAIL, IjCQTva Chlcairo cu I'J M.: nrrive in Cleveland neftmor Blair, ami Dunkirk and BulTalo in lime fat the Tinliw Ibr Kew York Cfir. 3rd, TELEGRAPH EXPRESS, LcnvnClilroiionl 8 P.M., making Rallrond connection at Monror, far HufTnlo dlrecl. wttlMUl lanilliig. arriving nl Uullnlo for the II o'clock EipfCM MIIIC erenhig. 10 fatter than any othrr Railroad and Boat route to yew York. Only one Train on Similar Icnvci nt 8 p. MIchiKjiR Centrnl Hnllroail. M0 ntllea Mtctilimi ftjiulwrn Ratlroada, 4-1 In fnvorcrtlK route b) HIM Line, M Bailroad Conncctioiu M followi: L'onncciing at Tolcilo, with NorwnlV. Clnvrlatid, nnd T.nkf ifltott roailA. direct lo Clerclantl, Dunkirk and Bat falo. Aluo, nl Brllcvuc, wllli Msd River road, for Spriiigflcrcl. Dnytnn, nnd Ulnciniinll. Mm, 31 .Hunroevlik, wlUi Mnmncld rood, for Colum- tiu.. nlul Clncfdnnfl. nt UlL'i'flnnd. wllh Clnveland nt-tl Pittihuiv rond, lor FiiLolniri. nnd AIM. nt liuuklrk, with New York and Eric road, direct to New York nnd Howton. nl buffalo. n'Etli York Central to Albany, anri IlurfMn Klver rand to New York. Tlrui rorndtid n complete Hnllroid connection will) nil iltc iuiponanl oud Town! tlmjnaliout the Entlcrn CTllewnrc of Street But no tickcll except a J Irauri. Tlic Trnvelllni Public will at once ihn Imiwnnnt ndv-nnlngei thlt route clrilnw orer nnyothtr Havlnc the choice of Bnllraail the entire rllriunec. oro fltcninlnai conncctloti nt Tateifo, for thoni irho may It, innkeF this mule In every renpeci 17 1'n.wcnfterf muni procure their 'ricKcm nt tlie bclbre going on iMMrd the Donw, it will mve them fare lo Chlcncu. ft no tlckeM are Kin on tbe uonu. XT TlicCnrion thut road have now foi llrrplrta. i Of tt IKO 4oort Sfulk fflf nimmmtft Ratine. B. A. KNAPP; PoMcuocr Atrent gUWQEK A. It. TRAINS EACH THE MICHIGAN CENTRALJIAILROAD The Oldest, Sent Finahtd and Comfortable Jloutt to Buffalo, Albany, Xew 1'ort tmd Button. Tlic Central Road is nil laid with henry TraiJ uiil is the Btnootltcst and Railruad in tlio United States. SIORMSG EXPRESS CTilcapT' 'rTnlly. eieeptcil.) at 8 o'clock A. conneclhiD al Detroit with tiuaind KKYeTiiME BTATE, Cnpl. Rkhalda, MAI'.AR Miller, UUKEN CITY. Capt. WllklM, For Dunkirk. Iliroufb without Inndlna t rniincctltif .with fl o'clock IV M. arriving in New York neit Alw will, Mieameri CLEVKI.AX nnrl MAY QUI.IO for (.Irvrlnuil, witli Moflilni Traltra for 1'ilisl.nrnli. Wnrrlmg. rinudriprila, IVnihlniion. Aim. lor OoliiiulHin and CineinoAtl. with LnhcMhorc Ibr Dunkirk anil EVEXtSG TELEGRAPH EXPRESS Lcnm Chlcam dally, nt Vo'cloclt P. M. Till. Trnln In Oirnlulled with law. raotnjr. (n luinry (hnt in not found on .inr ullie-r rnllrDail In the connection al LX'troll with the vplendid Nonh- bljorc Une or vtcanidB MAY-FLOWEB, O jit, WllloufllbT, OCEAN. C.tnLaunnard, BUUKKVE STATE. Op. lawn. for Buffalo, ibrouih without lindlniri eonnceilni with Lightning for New York aamc crenlng. Alra, with iteanwr Bay city BandBAky. eonnKllrqj wllh Mnnrtleld railroad for Nevrnrk, Zancavllle and Co- linnnnr. Aim, with Mad Rircr railroad Uiiytoa and Claclunall. CTPanKnien taklrur Ifela Llm wIR find II the MM com- IbriaHe btM rcfuha.il In Uw Md tun lo wake tlw nnove Mated. OTMmiavn art requeued to procure their Tickeuot UieOnVc.bnumUMdcpaniiicoriliellaiia. _ I. NOTTIHOHASr. JytW Ticket FOR THE. SEASON OF __ 1853i___ CLEMENT'S V tnnd. To make upon bonor, to men the dntand. Will) our iron Tailor" wennrly can Mil tlnther chnper IftRnthoacthattraBMmine ai well! Whlkour cutilni. (or (kllnf, and nonitbn Bod atylc, We uii'nt well noted rbrinanyt rollc. call now wtthow ururaado, AJM we'll try to prove all Uui we uuer la true. BUBCEBB BUMPflRKY Patent Bewlng Mtchinet roraatavor VVnvohiln. Machine and inrmeoi cuithnTtituiltinri WehtwiiiIrM a VtiUm Bathe Mnchlne, which preventf thehrcnKlniof nwlna; pnr- ;e tilt have lllddrd If required. DUROUC. joseru UUMPIIREY. IW Main Street. Racine, PARSlELE City Anotioa CwnmiMioii Mwohuitt, wo. m RE ready to ndvnmc on .foncl. eonjjlai.ie J_IB jHcm, tor A _ Auetlan nndvhn of 'Beal.AVrtij.hi ehr 01 euintry. al .luciton w I'.rhule Tkyjr hay RA GIN TUB _ ._. I.W CnBlf PHIT1. BB own rtptrHavon. Ri> i oiled iftb the bawl OV nnrtet Bflkvit, by orrlen. and nrldeif to tnc rirevfonn satw and pntccUcn for all the wtgooa and bonea wnleti mxy call. HORACE TVABSr.B. ils ittormng GREAT GAHBLIKO OrKBATiom. On one night last week, a celebrated owner, railroad builder, and general coa tractor, walked into highly gambling house on CM plump- ed dovni fifteen thousand dollaraoo card and won, lie then staked s tbOMiad lar bill and won that, and tben anothtr, whereupuu 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 fevorofi 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 par- pie's pleasures. have not seen any allusions to these two breaks in the articles of the daily press, but the .ftata- are as we hare stated them, and state a good many more ticulars growing out of tbese operaliooa, if it was not contrary to our to meddle' with other people's affaire whioiv do not come properly before the public.- But wo have a remark to make on the fuels we have for the benefit of the public at large. Let no extravagant young ttliout 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 llie hiuiird of a die. In the first of llie instances which1 wo given, the gambler had a million or two of dollars to fall back upon if he had lost. And he would probably hnvestakrd two or three hundred thousand dollars in his nminblc attempt to break the bank; In the other case, the adventurer played with borrowed moner, and if he-had lost his thousand dollars, would have- been compelled to retire w ith his hands ih> his empty pocket. The present is a gambling age, and there are Pat Hcaras 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, mer- chandise, are alike a curse to the commu- nity they add nothing to the common prosperity-, and whenever they maJte a> gain it must be to the loss'of sotne other person. The only vjiluabl'e members of society aro the slow and patient producers the mechanics, the farmers, and- regular tradors, 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 sever- al nsses. mother of mid he, "Adieu, my was the oH reply. The fellow went on his way reeling for nis ears. LIVERY STABLE STEWART SVII.E> rmpectnjlly (Ive notice lo their friend, nurt the public (encrMly, thai have opened an KAUbluhmenl on Tmtrth gt fcat rf PJA-yuB, gjnfc where they ntc ttolnn an eilenalre Livan They have an excellent variety of HANDSOME EART CARRIAGES Their Ifmua are gnt and ei'cry Uilni convenient. Saddle Horstt, for Laditt and Getttt. Thoae In want of TEAMS FDR BGAVV WOKK.eaK be acconimodaied vrilli jnit what they wnnt. HOUSES eojHBtD tfitt werjrw ftoirtv. Itoiffn bouthl andanld al nil llroea, IlBAkH. wllb CAMIAMB, alwaya ready tat FaMnli. The unilcratgned nlsb'to uy n the pubic, thwi all o> den will be attended ID wlla proopueai; laaw Orvr- eriare cureful and uollte. and their BWdwntr? M rwalWei a B, STK1VAHT daw I. 8T EMPIttE LIVERY STABLE. 1G1 MASH 8TKECT, PIERCE it THROIJP. No. rpllis ESTABLWUMBIfT 1 n, ai any Lli-ery Salic la Wcat, Tin fratrliBm tan tptrti 1 MOST FASHOKABEE EQUIPAGES Driven arc careful and rcMm.lftil.aW that the loriMrllbcnl new EA ST SJDDLI HOiaftfir OJHIT4. ofcverjgrwrlptlon. Ho Batter, hkoirir that to cut art f Juatui aorjrt ktaw Bait m the nlcnt riaanre Catrtaae u> tha Mat in errjry Mvlcnone lo onler. All of UtOX-fQItf tn "l B04 faftkni BWBrkUWH T: Idaicd of aWI al The Office l.l.i itary, wlwn orcnuora an Mr liwlnraip. CVSHMAN fc July I.   

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