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   Daily Morning Advocate (Newspaper) - August 3, 1854, Racine, Wisconsin                             RACINE W1S. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST .3 1854. 1YEAR THE MORNING ADVOCATE 7 O'CLOCK i. UCKTT BY C. CLEMENT, At U.e otfiee, corner of Main and Fourth Slreels.easl s de. Racine. per year, payable qunr US tiosubscriplkra laaen for a les. period lhao 3 mos. RATES OF ADVERTISING. year 00 J square 3 weeks 50 1C- 9 inoHibi, 0 8 (Ml 3 SSS li week.. 4 SO I ol t 4S LIVERY, ETC. FMPIRE LIVERY 151 MAIN STREET, RACINE, BY PIERCE THROUP. THIS ESTABLISHMENT now contain. 'Art Hoists, as .rLBflDiD and BA.V ns my Livery Stable In the Tie Proprietor, have partd no expensr to obtain the MOST FASHONABLE EQUIPAGES which the most particular ean desire. I__H Their Driversarecareful and hat the former liberal palionago will be eltcndcdto me lew Proprietor.. EASY SADDLE HOHSESfor LADIESnd OEtrTS. H B ARSE, with Carriage, for Funerals, at nolicc Racine, Nay 7th, 1853. y tender, his professional services to the SAVINGS BANK. Thn ttacine County Bank organized a Sating! Vl- lo di-posllors to th. amount ol TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, ISAIAI1 G. 1'ARKKK PUBLIC A C'ONVEKAXCEH in Conn Houso. with Attorney. J. LANGLOIS, max ORXA MEXTA L PAINTM ANB DfcAI.KR Class. Sash, 1'uAt.' allnrtlel WATCHES, CLOCKS, ETC. C. W. S. W. SPAFARW, HKHWAKK, STOVES, IKON, STEEL, Hollow-ware.Stove Pipe, lead i DRUGGISTS AND GliOCEBS ISO A IJr-iural assortment of liroceries alway. on Uanil al i price T IVERY STABLE-r-FOURTH STRT. STEWABT tV 8TII.ES Kespcclfnlly give notice to tlietr friends and Ihe public geniraliy, that they have opened an Establishment on Fourth St., Bait of Bichmond'i Exchange where they are doing nn extensive Jjvaat They have an eicclleni variety of HANDSOME EASY CARRIAGES for common and eilraoccasions. Their lloail. arc fnit and true, and every thlngcouvcnient. Saddle Horses, for Ladies and Gents. Those in want of TEAMS FOR HEAVY WORK, can be ar.coinmoilaicd with just what they want. HOUSES BOARDED iy Ike ll'KSKar NOtiTH. Horses tiouaht nnd sold nl all limes. with always ready for Funerals. Tin undersigned wish lo say tollic ders will he attended in with promptness; lhat their IVriv- ersnre can-fill and polltr. and thnr moderate as iiossiblet and they respectfully 8, P. STEWART. J. MANUFACTORY O. S. TAYLOR, Announces to the citizens ol' Racine and llw surrounding country, that lie Is en- gaged ill thC MAMCFACTURE Of CAKKIAI.ES, BUGGIES WAGONS of every description. He flatters himself thai lie can (ret up just'is liuod work as can lie put togeiluif East or H the nicest Pleasure Carriage to the most servicea- ble for every day work. Carriage Trimminy and Paiiiliny in cvcrvslvle'lonetoordei. All kinds of IROf WORK by the bi-al ti. Ihe ntnles! manner. HrimlriiiKHt I lie shortcut notice. ET Shop corner of CHATHAM and FOURTH streets, near Waterman's I'lfr. TIE AT H Ac EIiKIKB: WATCHMAKERS JEWELERS, large addition lo their former Muck of Good, .among which may found GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, lolh open and Hunting from Ihe nianaiactprie. of Joi'phScwell.James ftoddart. lUnry T. Jmiws.H.l.ToM a., John Harrison. John L .Graham, and other., of which are belle' Mian any that bai beta elhlblled In ibi. market before. JEWELRY, A very large and beautiful anorunent of Hie lalwt ilyln and pattern., Sliver, Plated and Brltaala Ware. lamp and and small; Clockt of runout andpricct; Willow Cane and Bird Feather Wort and Traveling Jiaskett; Porte large rariety of ttyleifor Ladiet and Pocket Cutlery of the quality; Aceordeont, Flutmas, etc., etc. A large stock of FANCY GOOBS, Ac. Ac., A.I1. Ol LK fc COS. Celebrated Piano Tories, at manu- facturer, prices, anil In regard tothe quality of which rel- crencecan had 10 a dram or more persons in Co. nnd Goodman Ic Baldwin'. Melodeons. Mien Mimic, rinaw. Melodeon, and other Instruction book.: DAQUEREAN STOCK. Wc'lnlendto kcepaijood assorlinentof Uagucreiustock atal) tiincs. ErWATCllKr? repaired and warranted. THE PEOPLE OF THE WEST GROCERIES, ETC. TRY THORPE GORTON, No. 108 Main Street, (Ule B.W. Binlth.) Where your wants in tlieir line can be Dttead- ed to juttatout right! All we ask is a trial as an introduction. CASH PAID FOR BUTTER, EGGS P. THORPE. fdMtf CORTOW. FOR THE MILLION! RACINE, FAfcVEW CT. The most mainiflcent slock of Piano ever brought to lhu> State can now lie at H. N. HEMPSTED'S MUSIC WARK ROOMS, 175 E. WATER ST. tletand slovet, JBbrroirB, MM Cattinat, Buildng Snth Wtiyfitt, And all Xlwto of Callings used ,Jn I he _ tTAll finiihlng rtoBt lo OTfl L A N G L OI S. Wholesale and retail v. lie Wholesale and Rewil Dealers In IEA.THEB, FINDINGS, BOOTS wad SHOES, .Uula St., Port Office. rrC'Ji'W PAID fUU SKUii.JX 7th. IW._ Si. CO., FOBWABTHSO 4 COMMISSION MEHCHANTS, of Main Street, Racine, IT UlwralUash AJvances mtiilu on properly slorc.l S. C. Forwarding Commission Merchant, TFIE" MILLION At one hundred and forty in Mate Racine Miv be seen Sinacr't Sew Patent ricwins Machine i 'I'will sew luster ainllietterth.iii live or ten men, And never ui-t tired or hunury e'en lliclt i And nil that it needs is a little gooil oil, Jiwl U) joints Itinher and llElnenitu loll. And merrily then it soenslllcliing nway. And perfcellv by nishtor byilay. We are always prepared at our noted oli! stnnil, To make clotln's utwn honor to meet the deninnil. Tailur" wcsnrcly Rather cheaper tlian those Ilinl aru not made as wHI Whili- our cutting, for filflnii, and comlorl and irtisl well nolcil Cnr ninny a mile. Su ile''.ver your vviiliout mure iiilo. Ami we'll ity 10 prove all Hint we utter Is true. BURCES3 t IIUMPIIHEY Singer's Patent Sewing Machines Korsatelor WUconrlii. Machine and garment cll'tin" on rcasonnhlr W Ti VI- a.liled a (.'.i-irrf to the Mnchlnc. which nrewiiNthehrcnkhmof ncBlliwIn Those I III .Main Slrcnt. Racine. GLASS purn; SASH, BRUSHES, ms. WOODS, f) YE S TUFt S. At Number IS7 Main strrel Rnclnc Wisconsin. wonlil call puMic attention to his well selected slock of articlfeiinnif'ratcd aliovc. which he Is constantly re- ccivinii from Kaslrrn Mnrki-ts. anil which will be sold at aS.MAI.I.AUVANCEfroui importers nnd tnanufactu- and EXI-HRIKMCBD PAIKTEK, and liavin" himsvlf selcctetl his extensive stock from TUB BEST MARKETS ;ltf THE VXION. on Pure atlicles and tliose lies adapted io their purposes. fell __J. LASGI.O1S litis just received a Fresh Sup- ply of LAMP TANNER'S MACHINERY OIL, NEATSJ FOOT Oil., l.ARII OIL, SWEET OIL, I.IJW.I-.H AND OIL. BOARDMAN fc Celebrated Piano Fortes, with their potent "Dolce Compana" attachment, len fir-l clans urnraiuins linTeVecn awanleil tu I'l-nos, liy'variouiiFairsandlnslMiites. within about two years ami the mannfiicturere huve in their p-wsi sston, tesliino- niali trom the most distinpuislwd musicians of fcurnpc nml America. iiielinllrB Jenny IJnd. Slraknsh. (.otla. chalk, lleneilictand mBiminu In awinlini these I'lanrw the riml Rank forSuiwtioilly oftonr.luucli ami Also riUTII, POND, k CO'S Crystal Palace Premium Piano With broad Scale and powerful lone. Hallct k Cumston's Boston Pianos. Stodanl'a crli-lirainl New York I'ianoai All for sale al mnnnfacturcrs rrice.-, atid warranted In Initince. to prove or no pale. Prince Celebrated from S45 00, to 8150 00. Musical Inrtrnmmu of all llalim. fier- mnn Instruction Hooks, ami every of mtislcul tiiprchandiso. A liircc stock of SIIF.KT MWir. Wlmlwnle and He tall.nt Vork prices. New Music received as soon as minified. _ (CT ill usie sent ny mail, yotlagrfrer. iiinS TIMS AND XOSEY SAVED t niCIIIGAN CENTBAIi ass, Ixraklng Olaswis, Lookins  cw of every dcserlpllon and qtlalily. alejt.-cu.t Shore, alarse and varied assortment. Salt, Flonr Fish, Stone Ware, H'Xri on hand a large and well selected ol nnd In eonsbinlly receiving Irom the fji.t in this line the wauls ol'tlre imr'.ie demand. Ho Iniemb slock ut llw lowest rales for Cash or Produce. t.'all and examine poods and prices for yourselves. Kaclnc, August 'i _________ ___________ SADDLE, HAKXESH, AND TRUNK MAJfU FACTORY. W. ENGLISH, WOULD Inform lire ciliiens of Rnolne. lhal hn continues to carry on the above husini's. al his old stand, IT No. 89 MAIN STKEET. One door north of HerriM Leather store and will manufacture and keep on hand all articles in h !ine, which.for elM-aptiosnlid durabililly.cnnnol lie snr passed it' Wisconsin. X. ll.-CAItltIAOI3TBIinHIlNOandRci.ai ing attended to with imatni'ss and dispatch. SAEDLE. TUUNlv MAKING 129 Main Street, Racine. THE unilcrsipned wishes to call the at- tention of the puMic to his Manufactory TlttFNKS, HARNESSES AND SADDLES. From his eilensivc eiperienee In thr- hnsiness, nnd from his careful supervision of nil Hie work inamili.cti.rcil by hiin. iM-isconfident that hecan jive the bcstsatislacllon, Nvtv Short Konle now open frO- clue to tbe soutli EMt. y the steamers on Lake Michigan, nnd MICHIGAN CENTRAL reat Western. Buffalo and Ttaiitlfcrd. Kyw Central. New York t Eric and all ires. Also, Steamers from Del' oil to Buftlq, Cleveland ml Saudusky, connecting w'.ih llw Ohio, FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE CHICAGO Mornlnc F.jprcss connecting at Detroit with O. W, K. Kjpress connecting with H. A. k t, B.B. IhroiiBhln IS! hew.B SB in. Steiiniboat Kjpress connecllnf at Derolt In tneevBOWf with the North shore line meamt_re8a.m. Nuhl Enpn-ss ronn. the O. W. R. M rtiYonih ticket, can at llw on Main sir ct opposite Orvi. Ilaaer'., al MBia rail's as ilichlgnn. maZ2dawlf MICH. SOIJVHKHiy KAIIBOAB I IS and uflcr nlululay May 4 pnwenner Iraiiw will leave VhkaEO dally on this road al follows: lit. Mornlnii Kiprani. in'S SO. Mail Express. H E. CROOK IRON, ETC E. R. COO LEY, COOKISC! PAttfcO STOVE Tin and Copper Ware, Sleet Iron, SHELF HARD WARE, CUTLERY, Tin-waH adapted to the season and lie Is also prepared 10 manufacture at all limes, ever Ihias which may be wanted in hisline. D- Allordersaltcndcd to with promptness and pate :h Racine. May ti. _ NOT I C' lie undtrsijned hai removed his KIOCH or STOVES AND lo the stoic formerly occupied by IM fc DICKSOK. where he k. u> aiommodaleal! ihose in wantor together with all the numerous articles usually a Hardware Store. Pleaw call and ice IIM great vancl> ol Cooking Sloven. gacine.Oel.a-ilfcw __ 5u LOOK OUT BOYS FOB THB DEAD UNCLE HARRY want, the Sklnn will pay you THE CASH lor any quantity o Iheni. YOU .NO OR OLD. Fa'irhanki' Patent always on h Factorv l d lot Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly. R. KINO.W. H. WATSON, J. 8. FILMORE, PROPBIETOR8. KMfEll THE NAMK AXD FIRM OK RUFUS KING CO. RUIUS im EDITORS, Daily. Tri- Tlie proprietors of Suntlwl. aTBtefnl Jir lire wrvlarM! and consWnlly lucrcanlne liatromwii with Kvc lien favw-ofdnrlni! the past snutnlt thHr claims to the surHOTl oflli" chants. Mecli.nlcs.Busincf.iiiBnand reading public ol oldest, lanrest, and p.- published in sivi. y than any olhw. In addition to the and corr. spondcnce. Sjirtinri and dally tdmraphic reports from New Bnffi.lo.1Dn troll nil Hems of Interjst In the way ol nnperby rellnblf hands that the eharaeterofthe to, Plain and Ornamental Plastering, as well ns all kinds of STUCCO WORK In the handsomest style of the art. Also, Whitewas onSlln.s plastered in imitation of all khtiN of .10110. and warranted to resist Ihe wenllwr ami 'CVie fc, roots nnd nronlul cbltnneys. Marble Oust and I'laacr of Pans n wnyn on hall RHilence the new Coagresational Unireli. assortment of evcryUiing in HARNESS MAKING. M'.ion with all hnportaiil points lli tvinia and Ilie ew Kniiland Stales. Th" 4th i- nn SUcnn.bont iraln and roniwctt with tluv coiiiFonyr3 Sieain uoatt ot Monroe nt BUI dlieet without landing. R. A. KNAVP. Act. at Raciuc. hicaeo. Slay 12. 1654. malMawtf ......1854 SALAMAKDEB SAFES. PROOF AGAINST FIRE ANU BUR- GLARS. THE .nbwribcr. havlnc Iwcn appolnled awni.fiirihe Mlc101 WILIIER'S PatentSataiiinmler w II re- ceive In a fen- ilays an assortment, dlrretIrani the Manu- facturer, and will sell IhcninlNcw York Safes'havc always proved perfectly and have been which have ever occurred. Kach safe Is provided wilh to all who wnnt anvllllng in his line. Me intends keepiiii! a the line of and will always prepared to accommodatccustomers at n moments warnlntf. ncpnlrliiir done at the Notlr.cf Ij-Reuicnilier Shop, 120, Main-street. 1st door South of Hie Racine Bank. f roWEB. March 111. I SSI. IHf_______ W. S. W. SPAFARD, Wnolesnlc and Retail Healers in IKON. SIIELF-IIAKDWAKE, STOVES, Tin-ware, Farming Utensils, Corner of Main and Fourth streets, Recinc, inn.. Sign of the Padlock. JR. COXROE, WHOLESALE A RKTA1L Penler in ENGLISH. FRENCH AMERICAN. HARDWARE, IRON. STEKL. KAILS. GLASS. TOOLS, JOO Mil I n Street, llarliir, Win. t7 Agent for J. M. B. KAVioson'sFlrc KiiigSnfo Fire-nroof and freelron. Ja.npncss. Racine. MayTlll, IPM diinlt nco having other valnablc arlicle, slioidd be W e haw adaptedlo Banks, Merchant.. ublIt I nw oriices and private individuals. forthc manufacturers word on thin aoint. They will onlj forts lo maintain mlmtiee ThesubKsrlptioa price of the Daily to "TnellSwMkly Sentinel contain, all reading, trews mallei and m.rk.ts of Ihe Daily, and is sent to aubscrib- _ _ _ S M 0 OK E MERCHANT TAILOR. Number (IV and nearly opposite llw we CO. AT VKKr LOtf FIHV KES. The. tort mutt be sold to make room and JUG MISS r ASF eonttlnlng Rlnku PUlds WaBchuietU and Oernun cotton "applied whri anythlne In out gowamere anil eooU. alephyr Sugar, EMPOB1UM Of HATS AND CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRKLLA8, AC. a IS NOW OPKNING AT THE OLD THE DIG UAT R KM subscriber bctsa in form his cuslomi-rs and the rnbllmrfmTully.Hint he ha. "moved his stock ot WINES and LiaUURSto Ko. 135 Uaclne. Where will be fonnd a large and complete assortment ol PURE BRAIWIKS, iriffES. SCOTCH H'lllSKF.r, nt pticvH' RiyTriFIMI' VVIIIS- KEY hy thi' hurry. mMl JOHN DEARSLKY. WILLIAM J. TURN BULL, KEEPS ready made Boor.. Door FraniM. Wlndo-v Frame.. Dox and Pulley rraiues, Wunlow Sash. Hot lied Sash. Hash primed and glnied i Glass and Putly. CHAIN PUMPS, of a superior quality, nllW ptr o Alisubs'criiiUonsrotlic Sentinel mnrt be paid in and Ihe pupcr will be stonped ns soon term ,'fibedfcr'spitw. Adverilsemem, InserteJIn Hie Daily orWeukly 60 cts per squire of 1-1 Itaw lor 8m inscr- inn, nnd il ct s for every subsequent inserum. Connected with the newspaper Largest Job Office in the State, IT   BED'S CHICAGO AND LAKE SUPERIOR Oh Ihe opening of navigation onn of the Tint Stramcrs of the above will leave Chicago on MONDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING of each week during the season of navigation. CDnnecUlsJ with Ward" of War I', line, tawing Ball! We MnHeeveryThurftlayatSp.nl. _ The other eonnnciinK with the steamer Baltimore, of McKnlclirii Uki! Superior Hue, having Baut Blc Itatto wiVl leave Saul Ste Marte every Tbtlrad.jr iiiornlnii at 8 o'clock-, and on Tuesday nl e o'clock a. n. Tin. lint! from Chicago to Saul Sle Matin will be made up vvlth the low pressure steam palace. QUEEN CITY and OHIO. and nhoiiH there bo sufficient freicht offerlnc. another boat w ill he nddel! lo the line in ordtr lo lully Inert tlie iletnands oflho trade of the Luke 4'uperior eountrv. Tlw aliote boats will leave rwularly on their adverlif nl dnjrs. Iroiu Kced's warchouec al the fool of Stale street, tjhlcniio, A. T. SI'KNCER k CO. Chleato. nprt IIUTTON Agents. Raelne. YJ7ILLIAM H. WATERMAN, Forwarding Commission Merchant, RACINE, W1S. (51VES notice to the all other, interested in the STORISO na ISiiirriKB or WIIKAT., or Ihe shipping of Hoods of any kind, thai be is still cngngud in the abovu named bu.inewat Thc Soiilli Pier nnd Warehouse. lie will also make liberal advance, on produce, wil ore wheat in Warehouse at -.he Pier and will attend anv orders lor shipment or reielptof properly of any nil, "with accuracy ind al moderate pricea. THE BEST STEAMERS AND PROPELLERS, uch constantly nl his Pier, and M. Con.ignee.al Ihe asl and elsewhere, arc men of high bualntw. reptua- 1854.......... L. CATHEK. (Succeswr loR. Cather.) rOKWAKDISG i COMJOSSION MERCHANT Racine, Wisconsin. Particular atlenlion paid lo the purcbtuc of Rrahi, and rotlucepenerally. Cosh advances marteonOraln, Flour, Pork, tc., fur ik- In tills nr E.istcrn markets. nuSJtf CANES AND SILK C TRUNKS UMBRELLAS; K ID a Lor ES VALISES. DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. LOTSIIund 1-2. School Section addition lo city o! Racine, with Fine Brick Dwelling Garden and nnt-lHi I dl as Price cash Also ilirue 21) teel In Hock Son MalrT-sl.. near R. R. Depot! price Without ciasseration. he can .how the handsomest and mortconven'enllotof Trunks for ladiciand OenU. lhat ever brouihttnio Racine. Oupit BBUeolM tad tatclMlt of GLOVES AND MITTEKS, mMufactured of the slock. All those wishing a dur- Clive.and Mllten. will dogwel..o call on Ihe manufacturer. Racine. Sept Milwaulteff1alay MOROCCO GAITERS, KID AND The very best kind of an Milelc for cheap E. A. undersigned V wtehe, to have It .setierally wtiticc to nnvc u unn OOAP, CAMDtES, o T. II. KIDDEB, Har nc pu'ehascd tiic entire slock of B c. M. OSGOOD. wlllcontlnue to maiiufaetiire the above articles atl'.cn old stand corner of Si.lh ft andCcutcr-strms. artleles constantly on hand, and ror sale a wholesale chcnp for Raeme.Qct. I.1833. PB R O W N S Ewence of Jamaica Ginger Tbttcssenec a preparation of unusual csccllenc in ntdlnnrr dlarrhow. Inclctrat.ebolen. In sbnil In a! cases of rro-tration of tint digestive functions it Is of .In ntlmibli -value. During prevulmco rholora ranunr eorapUints of children, n la pwuli- arlr cffiraciotu. no faaillT, iodividual or liavellu iboul CAUTION only by r. Htwrni at bV Drug- and MnaTi E. torau of lad urMts.: Fhll.4. t ApotfweBrlwi i KIDDER A YOUT, UKAI.uas IK Oroccrlcadc Mxth M constantly on had a gnod assortment of n their Mm-, which U.ty will Mil cheap for cart. Itt CANDLES. by the al factory price.. ITCash pulil forall kinds of produce. T. H. K.nntit. S. C. Yotrt. Iiacm.s May 16, Kil, nialTdawly DA G UK R 0 TY PE S! MIHS A. m. MC1MVI1VC, .Wmildresrx-eii'nny Inform cltl- Ifti'iis ol Racine that has thu 3C storv (if Hi'' building oecuplrd being Ihe second building WMI ft thsliaptbtChurch. Dunning solicits a share of fiunllt which shi, hoi'es lo repay hy salisfntlory workmmnsriip-- SiHi would til.'o say to her former friends and ptitrow, that ber present business will afiord many Boar, of lalf are. slw will devote to ttUnx drama.. N; H, No pnrsnn nvi'ired to pay for ot retain B'llkfjf ness that does nol in all respect, please. RACINE BOOK BINDERY. A BLANK HOOK HAltUrACTOMY. WHAFriNO PAREH. fot cash; in Imrnensn qumitily for rale at L> ORVIB ft BAKBkV. K Malntt, t be glad to fee anv stl   

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