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Daily Racine Advocate (Newspaper) - May 11, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin BAILY RACINE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 THE DAILY_ADVOCATE. Office over F. W. Bcrard's Store, Corner of Main and Fourth SU. Racine, Wisconsin. C. CLEMENT, Editor and Proprietor. per year, payable quarterly. HATES OF AIIVERT13LVO. 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 less1) make a squa ite' in.'ifl S i -a I (to 71 funded adver- 4 days, 3 wi The own IniiiKdinli- burinesa. 'not accompanied with written dims ti'd until paid lor and oMvrnl om. f annual ttdvcrter. i, limited to their BUSINESS DIRECTORY. LEWIN ICOYVE, COIISSEI.I.OR AT LAW, Soli- Olfice In Court House. Racine._________ GILES. RMiuKUcr.Main Street, corner of in rear, on Seventh ilrcul, Rucine. ISAIAH G. PAHKEK, Notnry FuMic and Conveyancer Ollicc In the Court Houne. with thu Illmrk't Attcriioy. _ O. JEMiS, M. D. Office and Residence, Wisconsin Street, eotner Elghlh in the house formerly occupied lloylnn. E. JAMEISON, ivhen enrapeit, at 1ft Offlce. one door South of lire Racine House, Mninel BUSH A AT LAW, ufflcc No. Ml. Muui street, Racine II, T. SAHII c. Wisconsin. SICIIT EXCHANGE OS NEW YORK. ROSTOS t PIIII.AIIF.I.PIIIA THE BANK RACINE, OF KACINE. WISCONSIN. IIEXRY J. ULLMAX.V. C.tsiiim. AUGUSTUS L. McCREA, Hat, Cap Regalia Depot, 58 Woodmrd Detroit, Masonic. Odd Fellows, Sons of Tcinueranee, Cadets. M. M. P., and Temple of Honor. Officer, and Private Regnlia, and constantly on hand and inadn to order, Oild PI-.IOWI' Manual, Vasonie Chart, Cransnmn, Treit- Icboartl, Slonltcr, Diplomas, fce.. lor talc. Hutu, Fnra, and Caps made to oriter, and forwarded to any nlace, liv si-ndine me the size around the head, in inches. Adtlnu at chute, lllyl FURNITURE 101. ESTABLISHMENT. 161. TIIR iimlcrsimind lake this method of Informing their ftii'nils and tin- public at large, that they have on liauiUind an- constantly manuracturing CABINET WARE, of evcrv description. Those in want of some of the XICKST Vrvi.c. of ROSKWOOD AND MAHOGANY KURJilTURK, that were ever got up, will do well to g'VriniOMtTERTmi earrlctl on in all hranehn nnd In Hie moat approved itylc of the art. They are agtiiitd Ibr FUk'fi mcliilic Bnrtnl CMCH, an article unique am! desirable, and which destined to aupenedc tlic perlihable wooden eoffin< now in M tktir old Stinll, .to, 101 Strut, Kitrtnt. 5tf WAIT fc HILTON. WISCONSIN INSURANCE COMPANY, Ullca, New York. Capital II. Hawley, Scc'y. E. Hlnnmnn. Tru'l. LOBE INSURANCE COMPANY, Ulica, New York. F. Rockwell, See'y. Wm. Morrli, Prei't. ECIIANICS'MU.BESEFITII'I.TIIASSOCIATION,
above first clisa LOW TRBWURK BtEAMERiS, bellt.ing- theywill nutke a projnpi, nafe nnd reliable line. They are Sued up In conformity with the ltew-O. S. Law, regulating aid Hie public are assured that the Internal Police arrange- ments have been mode with reference to the conil'onof TO SHIPPERS, they offer (aside daily communication.) the fact that the Agent at Chicago. Is rcndy upon proiicr proof be- ing furnished to pay promptly for any loa> or damages talned to properly while in the possession of tills line of WM. WET. Ticket E. R. 8. WARD. PronrlelnfiiL 1 INSURANCE COMPANY, flartforaSCoiinectlcnt. HE ofthe oldest and must reliable InsiiranccCompa- __ eapltalof continue to take n Racine, on allkinds of Insnrnble property.ln city or on the most favorable terms. Also, Marine ant! nland'riskstnkonoii Cargoes in Vessel.of goodclam.at the current rates. T1IO. K BRACE, 8. L. Kfrimt. Itf ine. Offlce, Main ALL RAILROAD TO NEW YORK ROS. TON AND PHILADELPHIA. MICH1RAN SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN INDIAN A RAIL ROAD. On and after January 1st. 1314. until further notice Pawengcr Trains will run between Chicago, Toledo and Monroe, daily, enent Sundays, follows: 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 ITALL STREET. securely invested in Rond and Morigagw on real estate In this city and Brooklyn, and stocks of the and city of New Vork and Ifnited Sla'.cs Government. ALL THE PROFITS AUK DtriDKD AMOHO THE IHSVRF.D. Persons may eflcct insurance on their own Hvei and the I'nranhlcu explanatory of the principle" of Mutual Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages, with forma of anplicMlon, may lie obtained al the office of Ihc company, Wall-it., or any of its JnsF.rn H. loi.i.ils. President. ISAAC ABBOTT. Secretary. J. D. TALCOTT, Agent at Racine. 3yl 3.030. J. LANGLOIS, HOUSE, SIGN, AHD OBlfAMElITAI, DF.ALER In Paints, r.lass. Putty, Dye- Woods, Dye-Stuil's, fte., 137 Main Street, Racine, Wisconsin, nearly opposite UardwarcSlore. He wouhl call unblle attention to hit well selected aloek of PAINTS.OIl'rf, GLASS, PUPTV.SASH.fce.. which 'ie Is constantly reccivinfffrom Eastern Marketp.anu whteN will be sold at a small advance from Importer', and Man- uracturcr's. prices. Being a practical and ciperieneeil Palnttf.andhinwell selecting Irani the market! In the Union, purchaser! innydcpcnd on pure arliclci and IhOK best adapted lo heir purpose.. TIN WARE, fcC. C1T. W. SPAfAKD are ready tosuppy the public with cverygoodvarle- ty of Stoves in tlic Market, having now on hand all the various patterns hatdcservcbcinginUK. TRny havcalsoon hand a large and well chosen assort' montof li.irdware.aud arceonitantly luanufacturlnglin- wnretoorder. Hollow. .Copper Ware, kept eontlantly on hand, and sold nt a very small prorl All business In thelrltne punctually atlendcdlo.auadon n the mostflubstantlnl tnannef. Store.Sonth-westcorncr of Main and FouMhiM. Racine. Jan 1SS3. 1tf iJTrThls Road, in conjunction with the Toledo and Nor- walk, Lake Shore, Kcw York and Eric. Buffalo nnd Al- bany, and Hudson River Railroad., forms the only Rail- road cotinnunieailon. between CHICAGO NEW YORK CITY. A Railroad communication Is opened between CHICAGO AND COLUMBUS. CIN- CINNATI AND PITTSBURGH, Via Toledo and Norwalk Road, which Intcnceh) the Mad River and Hamilton and Dayton Hunds. at Rellevue, 'the Mansfield Roadat Monroevllle. and the vcland, ColumlHii, Cincinnati and Pllliburgh at Cleveland. J. II. MOORE, Sup't. OrriCK, Trcmont Rnlldlngi, Chicago, (bur doors south of .main entrance. C. M. GRAY, Agent KACIHE PLANK ROAD STORE, 71 SIXTH STREET, BACINE> WIB. 11 koepson hand DRV HHOCEKII EBV, PHOVISI'OWS, which he oner, for sale at a Low Paorir for C ASH OR PRODUCE. W. VAUOHAK. Feb.W. 19.W 1893. 161 KAIH 8TBEBT, RACINE.: 1853. LIOIIORUJ1GIRS. The uiiiterslgned wtohea to liirbrntne nubile that he hai on hand1 the best stock of Lioioa. __ ami CIB..S ever brought to Ihe.Weat. He ha. __mosTcelehrated brand, of firandv Wine. Ihat were ever of the Vintage of Ruin, Uiu, Fort and Mtrong Wlnta, Scotch Waiskey, aU, Also, 5O.OOO of the ttat evereomanmled The nhove are In original MdkMem, and warranted ThefaciliUe. I DOUCM In pjdchaslni enable me pure, LINSEED MMEEO owBRanOkciaie. MMl m AGENTS WASTED! 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 ac- count of all the deeds of brave.y anil cunning mManee of enterprise. Incident, of Individual anMvrlnf and ad- venture, domestic trial, and hardship! of the people, art- vanturou. escape, from priitona, amurtng and chlvalrle and all the romantic or eitrnordinary Incident., which the history of that era record, or whkh private could aflord. Manjr histories have been written of Ihe Government of die Arrof, 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 buiokteare pnutou. For this reann this nook has all of the inttrau of a ro- mance, with the strict truth of hWory j and H cannot (all of being warnly appreciated by the American people. Just published m one large liroo. volume, 4M pagea, el- egantly illustrated, bound la iCii or aleep- A large l loeone may Mate, lown and vllumeIn tile Union be realized from ita a'a Immencrir There HUcarcelvaaAmerlc.nismtly but who wou'd dr> alre to peruse U. pr Tbli ttme oM of cntttloyniflili A treryamall capital J. all that I. ntttmur to BEMOYAL-vNEW COOPS! MILTON MOORE, 1V.f ERCIIAhT TAILOR.ha.mnovedWHSKlalln 1VJ. Streeli one door nonn of RICKMOKD'. EiciAiroa where he I. ready and WOI be pleased to show hi. old and customen, and all olhens a choke Mock "SPRING A NO SUMMER GOODS, Just received, which. In regard to quantity, va- riety and uyle. can hardly (all to neetthelanex of Aha, a large stock of a moment ;J ,f into her eyes, ior'suSdeiily, ifae 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 Rndvoic. coming steps, unlike the first, and the uingen voice was hushed at a new- voice, rich, sweet, and low, broke upon Berthalde's ear. What would you have me say, Lisa I am weary of complaining. You grow- more careless every day. Your mnginff now is worse than it was six months ago? 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 pene- verence in study.' 'Then what is the use of my coming here any longer 1 the girl asked with sup- pressed irritation, W ithout 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 IlttU sadly. Ah, I sometimes want I sometimes almost lose my heart. 'If J> had but more voice There to tpMaVi 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 1kad spoken yet 'Master, what can'I do I 1- am sure I want to sing well." You won't to sing well 1' ha repeated. Why, she answered, 'Surely evety.f 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 peVseveringly 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 .UDcrlnlendcnae, and warranted to (tve good Aim a tefcct Mock of FVRKiatllNG GOODS, In great variety, such COI.UM, rsTocus, Tin, PociaT HANDKEKaura, OLOVIK, Hoaa, Jtc...... KT PleaM call and eianune. Racine. April Ml, 18X1. Tatlorlnc for the Jttllllon. MW fatter and benerthan Oreof tenncn. And never get tired or hungry e'en then i And all that it needsl. a little good oil. Jim to tetp to jolnta limber arnUfehMn In MO; And merrily then it goe. stitching away. AndworkiperMetly etuyby ntghtorhrilir. mthmn pRpitnl alow noMd To make clothe, upon honor to meet the dttnand. WUhoufaMtm Ttioir" wvmrely enn wtl Rather cheaper than those that an DM nade.aa well White am cutting, Altlnt.and comfort and We trust fa) well >oM mHe. Bo give us a call now without more ado, to prove all that we utter hi true. nUMPRRET Ktrat Bewtof MmchittM roraalefcr WlK-orwIn. -Maelilw iewlng. coaykn Ha (laelndliu) this notice) aad two or more Inandon, lad Ucelng edlnrlanr. eirHUed to oae eofjy of .ubjMtttthetr older, llw paper marked the" puMbihen, wnh dlracUOM aatehow the voluaw ahtalt IkC tUt Wlllllf charing here can have Itadiled If required. EDWIN BUROE8S. JO8CTH HUMrHRBY. MNtfcki, MdU ifccy ivcdvv ki, MdUnw fcr.whfc. n, B rvtHB Klktvlltu IHThlt out tke ll f'ler Brother, Ho, IU imt. Ull.ii.ia-a Raak. ukailMa Un InhahnWM of ke'aM OtHati IMIik tftetn wMk tkatthlt MH eatf! and leaving them ha went away, they fol- 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 burstmg m. to tears, she cried almost If he would teach me, if he would let me learn of him, if he'would let me be amger T and, falling upon her knees again, she broke into a passionate, imploring prayer, sob- 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 hersetf wiSi mul- titudes of thoughts that poured m on her; bright, happy thoughts tor the moat part, though now; and trien txime sudden Ifcar would come, making her iMartgrow siik: lert all thit -she wi. hoping nSw atetil never be to her any thing bat a Then she prayed again unUl gan to lade awayj and Ae would (mr be- wildered with her happiiieas onoeltSon Nowthatshewaaaol____ so atrange to heri that never, fa aD l-WiOaV ril k-wof have reBtemlsCTtrf that H was poMible for her a singer to gab her
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