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   Racine Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - June 27, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin                             VOL 1, RACINE, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1853, THE DATLYVLVOCATE. Hoover Hicliinomi's r. QliJ Fourth Corner of Main C. CLEMENT, Editor and Proprietor, S-' per year, qjuncrly. RATES OF AUVKRTI.SINU. I prr venr   V 1 S 1 Q S Hloreon Wisconsin Iljufr. 7'i.irinc, tiny Till. ci nyO ASI) SUMMED GOO11S, in.-i in to qirniii.y, QLTVMTV, vn- fii :y .-i m! siyli-, Innlly [nil Lu inei.-L Llic I'jiicy of all. Altu, a tiock ol CLOTHING, U'liicJl IKIS ;iiuJ will cnmiiiuc lu be, unite lip j'lul u'.irrjuicil to yuutl 'i siuth of GOODS, Cm v ITS, UKtr.Cl! IK a', G LU i1 Li', F1T in Lrn-nt L'.iCKKT 1 1 H ntu' April -J-W, Ir.'iJ, FAINTING. 1853- THE PEOPLE'S EMPORIUM OF Por the Spring Styles of 1153! j It now opcn'ny at tlic Old Stand, Sign Stoves, Hardware, E. p AT liu rjlil Fraud, No. 1O8 111.4171 ST., fin> DII hand a laiiju iiml C'OO'ilM. A: STOVJES, Till aii'l C'ojifjpr Ware, Iron. of Learning. ACITC Hey. RoiKi-11 it.f'tmltmt, SEMINARIES. Corner of Wlicontin ind Kfblt U. .VCoiwr Principal. iAriME FI..M.M.E Corner of Milli Parker, Proccplrr-n. WmUt, of G HAT! SHELF HAHDVVA RE, CUTLERY, G II.-MM1Y a fres'i nur! Mil n- j liny br eniinicrai'il ilKKi'.tt t UO.'rf an.I ULNIN'S IIL'VV '.M French ll.ila; lil.ick anil rlr.ilj very Also, a bciiiilirnl ;um-lt; of aoll dml, utiur liiid Ufni-.-r JUlSWiri'H IIIHI OT iGVAU HATS, of .-ill :uul u-lnch cannot fail to nuii ilie slylfs ol" u'Ai'a or my o.vn nialit.1. of every vaiio- K of Tin-ware of nil fin- ni" ii. nr--, .H'.t fir (in.1 (lit tttsiitst aud frfrtt.-jt nriictr i1. ;it ever ilelit-hic'l R uioilirr's Siimiurr of every kind TlMiNKS VAMSES. Carpet KsticiiJes and UMBRELLAS, CANES, r.r.cT e In- in Lllis o.r uf ticfj llliJ hoillL1 of nt ll'f n in liij line bu WiiiicJ upon irilh -'11 ]i n-- in S .VIT A: Srr.rs l.ivrrv r. V.T. r.i, nuitrrr fTur.F.r, I.-I. I.-..'.', il.nv JAirf.S DERKV. HUCK JUTS and OLOI'LS. frc., Ac., ahvnyi on liniiu. miJ Very C'teap for t'lC Ready .1. Tli C. Vf. 3. W. SFAITARD, S .V.'.r.lej lie Eciall Ucalcru in fe .'JA UACLNE_ TAXNKUY. C A; E K SS I C K ;nuJ IVilrr- in LEAHIES, FINDINGS, B30TS SHOES, Jir CJ.VJ7 M9K HIKES nciiic. May Till. I.-.13. THE BANK Or Pv IIENRV J. ULLMANN, c.'.i Mel'm-ji, lin.i. t I'D........l-iin'Milli-. iV-. lini.1. t IU-niF.r, fmul l.n'.'Aif. RACINE HOUSE. wMlf'S irj i'lff. ,sn Hr.MXi-MTY. .-mil K, I- I Vrinni-s. in-inu I'r nni'S. I' ill-i- Winnoii' Sa-h. lii.1 I e.l Sa-1'. IT.I anil r.-'l I'iiliy. cf.iMipcrior ai 3" prr l.i-luiv IHII..I I Mi" inijr I'.v i: I'or Minii-i' nKlc't.- llulll l.t: fij.llnl ('DiipicsK lAnEI. .Vr V.n.-.l, Sfl MLLMl STOVES. 7'in-u'ure. Fami'iny Utensita. (Lc l.'rrnnr if Mnin [111 1 Fourlll ilrc'Jls. Rncine. GALLERY. JSSi E. frj. 1PAKKE51, ItE rrroniK- fikcn ronm? ove, T. II. AliMSTKOXO'S Hat, Gap Eegalia Be IO Cnll Ullll CMllllillC Slic (liners hcrri'd' r-Mt1 In: .v-lc en [lie nii.-i-'icLinn in nil ny: Mini.nines. rrnnic- ami'I. ol' every vvrioiy, nt low 1 price -i ml i any pl-ici-. :-v liu: in.'lirii. r.j n rcc. .niiil 1 lu nruund iin. in -JT--ITTT3 A "T -TT? r. D U KiiiSl U jll Aji-'I'i Over Drake fi: Stewart's, 133Main St., ir.Snii I'V Mrs. C. F.. 111 All tlnil Jrc cnn :ill ivlio ;irc ilippf. a li-Jiiivjrarv hulnr. nr. uonACT. SHOE AlDlinSKR STORE. Lii'Miny. head nf fjr Ilkk'f, I'clls :iud Shins, Unlr Mnrcli.J, 16.13. Clf E. A. ROItY. BKN'JISTIEV. DR. J. i-'usTKii, HEVTIST, and corner 01' .Minn iiii'i si., ihn-clly cafl til' Un- Cliiircli.Rnrlnc. F. wrailrl ln'rc rr- (nrn hi" sincclcllian'KsvollluciliMlif ci" llnrinr- an.' V- ciniiv for ihi! very havr i jiniiirdlo Iilinfor years, and soliclika r.nmlnuanri ol tlic aninc. Fashionable Hair Dressing Salocn 11.. I .1. Lclanil, TrL's'l. N V U'ilni IVSUiAXCT. Jolnifioivn, N. I -.-ril.il R. T Sf.-'y. rilrlji-. Trr.s'l. KTN L'ii'-n, Nt-.v SITII.II-'. II. II. llawi-y. J- K. Crs'l. lIL'llil'. IXr'I'nANCI'. Vork. 1.', '.11111. A. F. >Vm. Morris. 1'nv'i. MECII vyn.'tf- ASSIKUATIUN. S ilisLirlion nivcn or hii rlr-riir. Mr-. II. sOlicils n I-hare of from I' "ir r- -o-i-l'iM ntn-.uioi) lu niu Itn-in ol' i-oui.lry I'roduce lalicn In for DAGUERREOTYPE LIKENESSES, nv AV. At 12'i .lliiiii-sl.. Clock. il, 10 l.llliu. Cninl-inlcp. on tlin I'-ii'l- Wil.l.lAM IVI'S'I1, Aci-nt. Oir.rc wilh nmtrrrirlil I'nilT, linnk uf iMain anil Funrlli HUCCIS, npslaMt1 C.nsli an-1 llir; ni.'-vr r.-ivor-il-lc icnns, :ui'l nil I nc. Mnrr.li, IF.V2. 1ST.II. r> s i; n .1 :v c: i-: c o K Y intj-i rt'liiilik- In would rMpcc.Mlv 1 oflliu [inlillc 10 nis Kasliional.lo H.'iir Sa- I v' II. ZISKEISKA' Jc Co.. HAVANA ASn JIOMKST1C CIOARS, TOBrVOCO, SNTOF, PIPES. iryjv.Es 4- LiQuons. W. Hiiliiiiiorc, 'Haimfiiclurcr of llic celeliraictl DUTCH T.mACcu., 152 .lain nn-cct, Kaciric, rr Wines and Liqnora of a qunliU' for Mrrli- jiulS.53. Ill" OHIO MFB CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO, Incorporated by Iho Suite of Oliio. Slock S !1 All palil In anil safely -ccurcJ DUCEC'IOHS: F..S. WH. BUR.VF.T, "Gun. VV.'I'nWNl.CT, Enr.N II. REKDF.R. M. lll.ARF., A. Gonl.MAS, W. DonoilUE, JAB. D. LEiuitn. OFFICERS: n. S. 1'rc.iilcnl. JOHN VV. UONOIIL'H, Vice Prcslilcnli S. W. RI-'F.PRR, Siccrclary. l: SAJiFORDULAKE. Agcnl. Rncinrj, wls. NATIONAL LOAN HM> life Assurance Company. OF LONDON ANIJ YOHK. 11IIB UTidcmtancd for tlic alioTP Coin- pnny. nud itt now prt'pim1'1 lo'lnkc risk? ni rhc loiv- 'CStrniCB. arccvvr tnhen liy n rc.-i'onsiiilc rcrCathontlna riaki are aleo inktn on Llic lowedi pursi- For further tnfhrmntlon Inqnlrcof the iinflcrsiancrt, nt office of Ilimerfiel'J t Chose, Ulhn.iA's lluild- Knclne. FeN- 15M. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THE oenilnuep io Fire And Mnrinc Polkiee on nil Cnnimble property in ihc following i-rkfiiijnCiir-nrs in ol' -jnfiil r Llicr.iirrfiilrnicF. TLlti. K liUACE. S. L. St-rrrlnrti. II. S, IliTiAvi.. .-fj-rjif Ruriiif.. MT MUTUAL LIFE IVSURAVCE COMPANY, or .TO. r> WALL STJIEET. j'lsenlinr ivonlrJ rnsprctf-illj1 ii'imiii-ci- in ill'.1 f Un- lineninl vicii.iiv. MIM In IVIB I.TKCI .1. I'oMi.i'f. u-lLt-r.-he w.ll lit- nl'le 10 I'irinn-F iir -iijirrior -l> Ir llrh 3 :lic new llliiiiilin.inl fthi-rir I'.sir-kjrniiMiliIimilfr liir.plirnni. I'rjuon runl Mpiil nnd all oilier lliir I'T'isru.- nrc invlicil in and CX.Tinir.C hia .iinl jinlye lor tliiMisrlvis. or Ih-c.-n-firl inkcn on re.TtOnallc in ihe Aru Uiicinr. ivii. if'ij. l nil l s, every I Ic 1'n.- nUviys nn li.i d n aiiaiccil in ;iiifl gonuml use. J" wianijinciurtf HlltiLT tiny I'" uiuil-.'il In liisllne. T-T All 10 ivlih proinuinesa intl p.-iicli .May ]p5J, 1353. SIGN OF THE P 1853. J. G. CONROE Retail Dualcr In HARD PS WARE, [Lngiisli, 3111' American.] STEEL, Cf..1SH, TQOT.S, fyc. !OD Ifl.ilu Street, ll'uciiii r J. M. n. King; iru-iiroor nml frcu (roin .1 K HERCEANT TAILOR 55 MAIN STREET, VNIIlX HALL DUILDINGS, Emporium of Fashion Going Yet! hu i-hnl nock oT Goorti. .1 rmrl 11 ill it'.'iiici I c louiid ni ilia Morfnl nil renaon- nl'le liunrs fur (kiilic IX-nly Ui J-crva Illope who nun iv -h-iny In In- lino., llv hill 11 iplciljld UL'll yi'lec IMI riLCliuf Gi.ons for ('jt.it Vests and Pants, and TRIMMINGS niwnyp on hnmi. ITKST 5-ASiUONS RECEIVED, ntul L-utuji in n LO lju bum. lincitiL', April ISjJ. i: A r i N K Cordage Manufactory. Till', hns nniv coinplulcd his nrrangemcnU nii'l id ILI MIC Fort-iL'Tl nnd HUIILL- (Ictnni d, with rhin? in iMn Corilnpn lint1. i> imu iiiniiul.iciinliiL.' and tmu consi.Tnily on hand ihclullawiiiii KOPE.'vii: Spnn Jllnrlluo, Vurli, Jcc. OMIiL- L'NTAUUfiD.lichaa n npcrior nnlclc of Trtrifinc Y.irn. Hope, r-.'n Line, fi.ii-Ji f.'nr'Jj. ll.iiul l.ii.c-, lluinjj ni-il !lny Koti'-s, Liny. llciuii Alurihic. Jntc Ili-d Cords. ('lo'.lic.i Liv.es. llnr-hrnr-1 Mr-ichinN. Ship nntl liie uadt t'Cliuraily. en lliti uID.-I [i-rnis. Im left -T! llir, siurp uf May fc Clnush, wlvi li'iv" s.vmijli's n-i Tlic Ol'ilie [juLilic is iL'.-iJp.'cifnlly udliCKT TAPhlXG. R-irlnc. -April JO, iS.'V. Tt'BClier o IJT In I'PTH.TC SCHOOLS. -llIlK in V..KD Urick .--elirjol Monsn. ou School Plrlt. K. W. Cnrroll. IMiiripnh .Mln A. J. Uphnni. AMtolanr. -Wnuil Mouse, on ScnoofFark, MlM tOtnVf Cuilding.-'iVisconsiii Fifcel.- Ifflii I t encher. ttuilding, Wlhconrin street, M in Teacher. i Acarlcmy. Mlii Frecinni> and M. O. SD llousencnr Planh Bond. M Muni, 1'eachrr. 4Tn A liner. TilJbcUs.'Piinclpal. anil Jan Kniulti. -5Tii N. Miller, I'rincipal, and MlwM.A. Ff HATISE Lorej; No. F. A. Y.M.liold rrpllnr on the second nnd ll'irij WedniTSilny eveiiinn in raeH inontii. ni its In U lock, on IVIiirtitreei. A.J. Rriuii-HN. VV. M.-.'WM, WFST.SW'V. LriDQh1 I, O. O. P.. nicei-ion Turntay cvtnina, n; If. -i 11 In Fr.'ilt's Huildnise, Main itrcd. IT. T. TATLIIE. N G g. RICK. Per, Fee'y. STAR O. O. Hall in Frnll'i BulU- ineeis on [lie rvcniiiga or iJie flm and ibfrU1 Thiifsilay ID L-ficli momh, TcapLE or Hull over Richmond'! DacK. CIO' nmrcIiCK. orBnniKinhlb and Seventh a llcur  A- H. niii> r..i. Paslor. A.Cpiistnn- nne llnrry STnln and ?isih PiTlnpPcr- vir.t> on ilie SiiMiriih tOA. ,M. and half-pail 4 p. M. Rev. J. Ffsli, Pniior. Direct, nenr the comer .of Fourth. Monr." of isTVirp fU A. M. and half- 'J T M Ucv. H. Kiunrjy. I'.-istor. of ;iiirt Fourth rtrceTft. ni hnlf-unsi 10 A M and (Mr. ruiiinin. Pji-ior. CdTiini.ir foriHT orChniham nnrt Elphth utreetp. Miw ni H anil n'ciork A M. Mr. Kondlc, uircci. cier- al H'-j A M anil v M Wi ISM llnrnrtnblc si. Hour t for Inih A M and 0 P M Rrv J P-irry. Piisior- WFI.MI PI. I'ours fbr Bntbcth IVorniiipai inj A tt r M Evnni. Paclor. LUTIIFIIAN Escrel- on cncli fnhliMb at 1U1 A H and 7i P Her. U. L. Lnrson. Pnsior. FOR.THE SEASON OF NEW GOODS! IV EW AUI? A 1853. CLEMENT'S U. S. MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS, CapC. C. II. Cooper. Aitc 'i o: -.lMr.RC'IMNT TAILOHP. wolllil inlbmi Ihc ol' iluciln: ninj vi -jj- td'jy l.nvt: tnki'n tlic TAILOHP. wolllil icinty, Ulill Old 11C Strpcl, i'l wlicrn (hey Inipiul in nil klnrtu or nn I "Oils, of ihc bcit q-ialiiy and Iniesi siylcs, tvbicli they rore CASH! ninntion will l-r pnu! In ;in I l.ilcsl I'.ishlcing. In G.irineiits in the licit ityk's CONNECTING WITH THIC If. 72. 72. Milwaukee, and the Mickiyan ami S. Mich. JVr. Rail Rvad at Tonn n ilallv lictwecn Chicago, Wtukcgao. i V Kmochn. Uncint1, Mihvnuket: ari'l Slreboygau, fgr i HIP srncon rf '1'licpropricinr otTrr to ifio public the aboTp fi'ii LOW rHK.SBUIMl ti'J'r.AMKRtf, lieltaving "hey will n a'if? n snlo nnd reliable line. They arc fitted up in canJumiky will) tlic New If. K. F.tiiv, rcpalnllii-r nnrl iltc nrfcssurnt '.hiiilln.1 iniernnl Police brralige- inciHri mmlu wiili fefuieiice to ilie comfort of TO SHIPPEIIS, lie o ffcrs (aMricfroni n-ilnily coMiinnnicaiioM.) the I act iliai ihc Aucni ;it is rrndy upon uropw proof bo- il to pciy Ibr nny or dmnagcfi B i of hi our Jlnp. mil do u r liy nnd our jloc.k bcfori: putchai- N-HUKMIAM. J. D. JON La CLOTHING STOKE. O AAH llollnr' Invrnieilin Ponrl anil on real In Illl-- citv nml Ilror.hlvn. smcksol' lln' nnd cny of York ami 'J'nUuil (Jovi.'riiini-iit. ALL, THE rliO'-'ITS JRF. DIVIDED J.VO.VC THE h'ilsVllf.D. Pertoii. inai- efifccl insurance on their own and the Mvr? of ollmis. of lliu priticlplri of aii'l ils lion, he oM .iinc'1 a I ilifufiicc ol" the :Jj or any ol' it? i, TrrFidcnt. [HUT. SccrElary. Pr. J. It. TAr.roTT, Accnt al llacini-. :iy TIII-j fullerrii'Hf out the ______ Kubibii-hinciiLolihi: iTrm of Lo.- lor fa llmih'jr, No. 1 3'2 .Mnln-M., near- ly njum-iie llnnk, uko ilii? orinr.iriiiiu? the iiilviliit-inu nf l.nriiie. inn: he will tie uMc ui oil tiniCj) to I'lirnL-Ji tlirJin il'ilJi Hint siiru C-.TH ptorlnrn. i cinsr hlnvelf n prnc'lcnl Iliiichnr. nti'l Irii'inii Lliu nf Mr. M 'jo tin; h'i-iine-> in The price fur menii jlwnys on Innrl. arc narliculiiriy rcqlifted io cnll wlien Lhey Vlynrch'i'-J. ItLrGII GORTON SALERATU37 HOME MANUFAO I'UIIE! TIIR suhscriliL'r uivc.s noil'-oihal liclina conimrrr.cefl Ihc liianiUheliire lif SA'M-IIMTUS In Rnclne. Rli'l'li prep ireil to supply the irndc with a GOOD ARTICLE, mill on rcnsoimlile TT Factory atljvinixg SHP Fmrlnfii on fixifi Strut. April 39, 1933. 11 InwrBnee lie) JOOM. NORTHWKSTEBfT nfSURANCE CO., .of OaweflO. If. V.. HEBCKAniS 1NSVBAICCE Co of Milwn'uka. ta ncr ol Un Fox Offlec. fXDADiMITH, Agent. plllTI9Bc.LlJ3T.RB, Dloc.klcafl. Blncklra, rplIE heal anrl cheapen. IQL nf DE i.AINKS can be J fuiind at JOHNSON t WRIGHTS. Jnn. :_' Pa Main-BlrmM. WIIlTEVVASII.Scrubblnljnli SliceP.ruihrf.fortolc hy ______ J. LANGI.OIB HARrTESS MAKING. TIM; iiiiderslgiicil In "f lo of Rvc'ine. From extensive experience In ihc and from hi. V ihe l.ircrti nnd most of CSooils I'vrr.brouelu IQ the .U'rst. Savr your, inourv nnrt fc'Tj OS (vvnoftlife nn Prnsptcling in ilie Xcw Ynrh innrtcl Tor CHFAP COOM. .ind they Uitow liuw.nnrl io Auil JTT The old. Stork it flili atJlitif teluf JU Racine, April D FLE'i STHRC.' uitrecclvcd at, tlic INCJnl irgecr fb> sale liy' r-y? THE jiuhjcrlhcr now receivinc hi." nnd C ivlll lit Inppy to rcrrive n cnll (roin nil wUh any ihinf! in li'ic. Mi> slock of GOODS very large, anil he linn nlrcntly opcncil ooeof ihcbcii OCriB Ul' Ready-made Clothing, in Uuctut'. Hu'tns a I'KAC'niML hi- cnuri.Iciil hu can snj'u in .MJIRLM) [he uiost 's W.L NEEUHA.M.McrrhniitTnilor. 141 TuiloriiiR for tlic Million. At One Hanlred and Forty in Knin .Racine M '.v PaiFiiifewlim .Machine 'Tivill t-civ rnsit-r nnrl hrMlcr th.in fivi'or fen men, Ami llrviTB.'ilircilor Munary C'LMI ilien And all llinl il in-u'l-is n Illtlc oil. Ju'lto hci-ii iid joinTd llnilier ami toil. Anil merrily itmn 11 SOPS ,-iiirliinc Anil wnrki-pcrTectly cnsy liy nl-jluor "hy dny. IVc -ire nlwnyi nl our iwicrl old Slnnrj. T rloilics hounr in ilirr Wiilin-ir T.mt iron cnn sell Hnlhcr cliraiirr ilinn IhiM Ihai nrc noi imulr nr vrtn IVInli'Oiir entiliiir. fur nml roinrorl nnd U'r Iriltl it wijll iioicilfor iii.-inyn mile. So clve us r, cnll in- re Anil we'll iry w prove tlinr IT-C UIMT Is true. nURr.r.Pi? t I1IISIPI1REV Singer's Patent Sewing Kachincs For.tili' Ihr Vi'l-connin. KLWIIIG. nml gnilncnl C-IJMillL- oil ]r> UTMI nildfil a ilrt.titf. r.innrd io llir Mnehlnr. which liri-ihlunnf n.....II.-. In Those unr- IniM'r.in hni-cllaililerllr rrqnircrl. KlivviN iiuiir.KRj. Mil .Mnin blrci-t.-ltr.clnc, 5-Jli-tf tninpj io projujrty whiltiuihe of ihU liuc of fore n A Tifbetr must Iw purcJiwed of the j on noanl, Xo through tickets be hat) on board of the bo-31i. i P. CL.BM Proprlctnr. DUTTON RAYMONDS' Freight A Nonh Titr TO aiul Rcuill Dealers in STAPLE. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES SMp Chandlery. Farming Uteniih, ice., Are receiving n Inrgu writ selected .lock ot DRV ftonns, u-lilch tlii'y ofTor in frlciuli nnd Ihc pnb- llc i.l LIllV PlllUEB for REJDY PJY. M. M. GOOD1VIX. !L7 The umlcreignerl. Ihnnknjl for rhint favors. lolieUi nntlnumlon of lite or his In nil pmCDl Ljtiitecilon, 01 tlieulcl stand of UUHAND i HIM.. li M. CITY HARNESS SHOP. No. 113 RLAIN SIHKET, HACIJiE, 1VIS. H. 8. NORTON rffpcctfullv p.nnouncc IO public, mm on. the above In nil Its bronclieff, bud will ever hnve on limirt HARNESSES. TRUNKS, Tfft bopr-fi tiy rtlliireufC nnd -rppllCMion bi co'iidiltunrc find p.iironntrc of the pnhhc. nnd en faction n thocc whom H may pfeMC to Hire him n rail. i If Kcpnlring done on phort notice. Notice Extraordinary! Vj' i THE MiliKrlberi hntini eonlc w the dctomlhntum 'of ilomz n ASH Lnke Iblii mclfiodor Inrbrnilng 11 cin riot, lire ft_y Jfi-twd a fane." OSBOHN BUliBECK, jU'iizisiL- till- crcii irmli. havt? ron- clMflecl locnuiinur the bimlncH of fura- ATS, To- Ihrj lahlm tif ihc inoOly of 1l.ir.liie. lliei- h-ivc never Butchm-il io nny ffsrenr. "CM" I onntry. Ihry rinvp hnrl cantidrrthlt In 'the ,NeW. They Inicnil to huve on Imnil i. BliST.iWEJTS OF Att, UJ.MXS, money can hnv ftnrl FVill can Thankful hvow.1 Ihcv hnrw..hy rare and RlTpn- tlon 10 TO merit n full shnrcof (iilhllc patron crTri -Ir 3 ilobn-wnl the BniHKThmch.-.- It. (J. Ojaoiix; 'JM. cat'ot' VKHSMI.LION tnill.-inanii Vcnhi.npilo.tr r..ilr JIT J. V all'Tsitic.......... Ihnn ever p.-ile hv Jnn. Iti3. I JOIINSOS' t WKIGUT PDTTY.Hntlicy Km-, rnrf Glntier'f UmtlntDiiy they will lir- rniiiittitihdr old; ibnrl, tie Omnit or MAIN ANTI diiTti HTFKETS, anfl'willlng to dlrpeuta then Go .Is lo OMrnnfruEwho may rivorihein wlik call, for RHINO, or PRODUCE. We hmre n I in ctme to the Jctenn InntkHi of MlHlit Ooolf prlcei thin It "HI In .in tn.lucnucDl loi u.pir the CnttriDi] tave lubncy liyro l- ICT All ibow who nre raqnnudn Call mil Kille lymiedlntely, ind by.to doing wll aljli- TU9T RECEIVF.n by ihc Bitwilbei. n i new u .1 mnrt rrnbnelnj unelc of Ihlne cnlleil fur in the. Ury Oaodrni ndnyur two. W. w; VABODAH. on ncro M.y with Iron.'ailca :nntlf C1T netted; lli; IBA ?rs   

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