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   Racine Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - October 11, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin                             1. THE MILY-AWOCATE, OrrtCK COKKKB.tur M.AIN fOURTH BTHJJKTa. year, payable No aiiuMrlpiton taken for a ten Icriiuhaii 3 liionthn. RATES OP I .qnare per year -It on 1 1> I 'II IU) I i- tin I I IKI 1 weitka, RACINE OCTQBER I square :i weeks f n 31 1 a i 4 a .M..- i a 7.-. 1 J.( 1 (Ml 7S 'EMiMHE livery MO. THIV BOW c FAST mill coiuniiii; rio ll any l.ivi-rj KuMr In Ihi' The l-fonrleiora I T-.volve liiiea (or make a square, i U-aikd idvi-r- verimemcnts, n Her reading mailer, M nor cent un tti'.> ahovv rates. A.HenisemiMiis not aeconinintcd willi wrilleti direc- tions, will In: inserted until p'tfrt flfr ailil ordered out. Thi! privitege.of ntitiiiai.ailvuriisira lal-ruitul to their own immediate hut-ititwi. BUSINESS DIRECTORY.' ATTORNEY fjl HOY t, I.A1V. Soll- OK. T.-IlKSMiESTK.Sl.iiu Sliwl, corner uf In rt-ar, on Seventh street, Racine.' ISAIAH G. Xol.iry Public nnil in the Court Mouse, wiili thy District si. n. i.-e an 1 Sirri-l, i the house formerly occupied by Hev. T. M. Monkim DR. P.. nRrnrsn, f.icept when professionally i-ti-jac'-d.nt his Mice, one door South of the1 Ru'cine llonse, Main St, 1IUSH A SANDtvllS, TnitNF.vs.NT LAW, No. 141, IVIaiitstrccl. Rat-hie, I'.isit. 11. T. A. D. n fiold nnil Silver .Irn-rlry, rprfiilnrry i Arlick's.Acc. rflrcet. Rnclnr. ctwc. Their Dtiyws lire careful anil and ii homi! IHI roruterlthcral will be cltenilei) to KM EA SJ" KJII1IJLF. HKARME. with for I'l Kaclwe, Kny ?tfi, IsjJ i OEtfTS. nt O. S. TAYLOR Announces lit Hm of.Racine ami countn, dint lie is i'n- K.VFK'tsi'.'fc M.tMiiMfvrrnL ol' -S, HI C.fiirs A IT.-' ot'ftvpry deserifrrion'.1 He ftntwrs hitiicrlf thrtt lit-enn jcf njl JUKI ns wutt worKnucnn hr put tupt'tltur Kiwi or nicest lo thi- most servicea- ble- U'aLioti fur everyday worh? Trimttiing and -Pain fifty in every mliMlmir; toortfet1. AlMdtuij. ll'QHKby the best workmen, and in the m-nlcht rimnimr. Kciiuirlitg ut Ihttwliorfest !D" Hhop corner oi' CHATHAM ami FOCKIH t-mtauV 1'icr. ,i.n. FfRE AND MARINE INSURANCE. THK co., 1'olirics on nil fiMtimtttc prupertv hi the Col Insurance teftti uliniitf jettm thru f %oi: TIIM i- i of N. ;IIH! Wl-ISCUAXTS MI'Tl.AI, I of Mitwniitfcp. OIHcc irifcaroi the 1'odl VI.IMn SMITH. .A-o "1 4'. S. l.i'arf.TTcMov." if. Raeirrc. li'-rs n Stovrsi. ?iove .v.'iri'1, tlr-r-hvnrr, Iron. .''iriirrot I'uiirtltnnrl J. I..1X .iM'l I'riiTuiieiital I'nintcr: in I'nintt Sash. ainl rirtit.-li PTuirt-j! by theirafle.. .hop 137 Miiiti-st. Knenii'. TRrt'titly iintl Iwaiitmilty lecatuil I t'tilnrzt'it an it rurnU-lie.i u ii.li uuw ntul Jiii-liiuiiai.lc Fu.-iiiiure, will kqjt ,is a FlKVr CLASS IT Pnliic; ami aiicntiveTortrr? v.-iM foutiil nr ttjr rir-r on tnc !-uiiiifi2< f SEe.'iiiicfs fnun ihu North ntui Soiiih. T. ITin'ritf JOT. II. liATHKO.P A- ro., TOKWABDING ft COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i an proiHTty CLOTIUNO STORE. TNF-: sitliscrilirr i.- nou' rrccivitiL-his and uill Ite 10 ri-i eive :i ironi all wiio any thin; in Ids line. His slock of FECK TO A ft LJ3-. Y G QODSi Ship Chandlery, Farming TTteniils, i ArerecflvMa n lariw and well selecteil slock ol which they olli-r to their Irl.....Is and tlie linli- lic r.l l.llHf PHIOKH for HEAliJ J.a.l'EI.-K, M. KOODWIX. TT The undermined, thankful 'for favois, i. ewitlHiinlion of ihc patroninnof hi. fricniisin his coiineclion, in the old stand of Duo IE Iliit.. M. UOUBWISf.! NEW ARIiAMGMEEN-Ti3-i lint Ml VII .i JOKKS, MCTCIMKT TAILORS.' n-nnl'l reaped fully inform Ihi; of Jtacilm and vicii.ty, that they have taken the Old Stand, 1 10 main street, ji wlirre ilicylnteml 10 nil kinilj or RK.VPV I N  nit iu ".u.MiiN'i rr." ihc W. 1 II strct't. l.il-cral Cash Advances tt-Ti'lutnrc ui'ii ?o- n (hf tiiPi, til; luir? oil jt and tilto sunic i: can r.rr ;imJ F olTi-fi-ltothe.-illlirle.lol'iiie Stales and Territories fnr i-i'.ilireciiri.'iif l.iver in nil will's, liilimis L-VIT. :ind revfr. Lnni; r.-ver. Ihopsii-al Ml'i-.-lirms. l.'ons.....prion, Itnwel Diorrhea, ..TV. I: "I iinali-ni. Illt-edllij; I'll-s. r.lind I'ili-s. Klieiilil. Ci-i.ernl rielillily, Ser- indigestiun, K, .A.Inins-l.iver I'.n's.iin hns stood the lest inr tin- List liitpi-n icnrs. and hns ptoved lothe niosl ski-ntirni, nv ufdoiiht, thai it isilie Only Reliable Medicine ever Discovered, I'lii-in- 111'- to It y all VCL-I tnlih-.1) for ihr run- nf fifrf. -fl.r muM slu-fltful hni'e iis u votaries, ami pronounce Hie Lictr Book Bindery. TIIRundersinied wnuiil Hncine and vi- that be oi-cneJn HUUK UINIl- RHY ill thin city. i: Opposite M'Xcy BroUMn. Mo. 73 Ibia Stmt. lie solicits the iiatrotiina! of tlie pnlilie in nis branch of and I. ronfiden! that all the work cntiuMcd lo uiu OIJ In order., T Every description of III.ASK llaniult'Mrntm-irx, BII..KS. N Kwni" i-iins, fcc., liolind witli care and ilusp.-itch. Ri.-i.isii and in Cine nil kinds of Rule work in a superior manner. T all killilf iniitiurhcturcd loor OTTO I.AVBHH BNZ. which can he btiniTnowkrn 1 IE PA _ UN dcr. myDidawlf PARMELE STEVENS, City Auction Conrmisiion Merchants, in .if M-HKDT. ARK rcaify to nilvnncr on inujrUconjiluiiMt lo rhorn.for Aiiciinn-, of ItcTil Ebtnte in ihe cilyoi cui ntry, at Auction or i'rivali1 4 ol ihnt C A ft II iX'r ('tilt fine They have GROCERIES rtliile-Mimrorfcr LOW ihe Inottt for ,v To Jim received and nlwavi on bint. UM nientof all rilawrlal.for Racine, Nay idh, I8S3. THE WORLD'S FAIll. the flt. T. CryiUl Arrival of Goodi WMMw Coiurreu Ha I, noi and "llronTcnnwhiibedk. hi! WMMw 31 Tin.. MUM. turn to Coiurreu Ha I, noi fT nil ITll T OPS.KM constantly on Inml f FRUITS OF ALL KINDS, jmoiwwhiehnreAFMJw, Pucini, OUMM, L nm! FPS rhp Bull co TllUtf, E. Auctioneer. FURNITURE EMPORIUM: J nlivt' yrt nniJ devoting the i) tire most careful nttcniiun (o t( iit HiL'iti with the viirlg'i of linn: ;i la Of UW Vllbl CABINET WARE. in ;il! well nitil li'c fnml- C. TVCHKRMAX A- To.. forwarding Commission HARNESS Cleorci- Sti Ohirnsjoi Isaac Taylor. O'cvelai Milw.-iukce; Ficliur, f-h icn. H. Tcrirrp.it-is. tftfc- MAKING. to un ol' tin; public _ IH-afi-r in' Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Groceries. From his liis rarmVi! s him. is- to nil Ifc [lie Jmc ul' Store on i'lniik Koarl. opg Racine, May ilh, B33. KAC1NE TANNERY. Wholesale nnd Retail Dealersi In LEATHER, FINDHiGS, -BOOTS and SHOES, ill St., nlHloMilc Ilic Pont Of five T.TCASH PAH) rOK !f Kjiritie, May 7tfi, JJ-53. Tnc'ljANK OF 1IF..V11Y J. L.'.McCRKA, i .JMilwnnkrc, Wit. Mct'RE.i, BHI.L It ULLMjtnR, Hiiclnc. Wis. Md.'RKA, liKI.L CO., ...Jadl-tiVillt1, "IcC'RKA. it Bu-ri-LEH, Foiid ilu T7iriiali far Ilidct, 1'clu and Skins. I'lasiucinii llai sale. f i i t i Kaciiic, March, 3, ISM.- ,6tf E. A, BOBY, 4Bt.., DR. J. Wi POSTER; Office and'resi'fencc cortierof1 Mnin nnr xt.. directly eapt of the llnptfiil Church. Radlic. Dr. T. wbiihl fiere-re- n his sincetetliankiflothecitireni! of Racine and 'erylilwrnlpalromifetlieytiavef ktenoVdto liiin for llicsam Fashionable Hair Dressing Saloon. TllKsnliitcrilierwoHld ofthe pnldicto hit fnshlonnhfe Hilir loon.twodoors ahovcthe Racine Hoiipe..'-' Jan "Uf: i .1 GEO. BUKrORD; "al.and VcnligrisCiccn.fijUllIclii' _______ Yellow, French i1o'..ap.ihnli Brown, Vrilo Ochre. Terra ite Sientia, Vandyke llruvvn: Turkc hy and Window ahadrsfnr i IANGI.OIS Telegraph Notice. ronpollilarriT Hrirjof flic Telecraph To. ore rtlll nt ivork. AilvocatcnnlMlnn', oml story, where'tlie nwrnlorn 'nlwnvn rcnirvfor f CL'SIIMIN fc OOIJFRT.Y; WATER liIME., "Mine, W. If. LATBROr. TUST RECEIyBli bv lilt rnnicrihcr, new itoik of JJ most dc.lr.Mc srittNG OOQllS.. ciubrneing every: Ji'l? ln and Grocery 1 inf. la oi two.: 't'i'--' "r Tlir. inn call (lit- ;ill lo lil-.Mani in ttin isirrii ivnrk l tint IHTDM Eivo il UDViliiiif; in III? (iiM.-. -JKim lull of ovcrvtiiiriL; in MAKING. ioil.lU'r.iistomcrs Only Reliable Harbinger of Health TO TIIK conn- IVoni evt-rv Irnck it tniiile I.Mi ivilii t'nr llu- ri'Ii.'t'ri'rfivfd liy iisiisu. And in Hie l.irrr Jlnltuin is re- jlii-s. He Is aii'd kcrni'coiistnnlly on d to all llio.-i! s-iiirerini-nn.li-r ilic f hand. Iron Grasp of the Monster Disease nnd at once procuri: one Uotlle of IJr. J. L. JdatrJ Life, 'I he render is referred to the Me.llral Tr.-ict. lonini l-i innkinL- lo lllr- when- llie i" sol.I. -living n lull epitome r.f itie dib- INISW. Aild hj r. W. llsliKRARIi, Kaciitc. Ci. n. srriTT.   n r.irc rlja'nre of ol.laillini: valiiahle propertvon the most reruiji. I Tuf s-iir- thr r'un.JU-inc 'Dni' l.m fronting Fonrlh nild Wisroris-n a -River Lot. iiiljninina one uf Ihe most sit'-s lor n dwi-llin.j in III running trom thj [iulilic on Main-si, to the Also.'n tivo story llrlr.fc nwelling Ifoiise in a retired Iiarf ol'ilie rity, No. a nunilier of good liiiilding l.ois iii tlie -llh .rtfi nrds. i i i Also. fQArrPior'I'iinlier Mild, near tin-line of Ihi-Lake L'hore [talh-oaaVnliuui 7 miles from the city. MEATS, ftjf tnt'lrpof (hi? Racine. Atthotrch linn JKIVC t.evcr Iliitohcrctl ID any .'Aieni in Hie f'oiiniry, (hey h.-u-c hail tnnnd'.ralilr hi the Saw. They inli-ml 10 linvi.- oti al all unicn, tlie nitti'r .ni'ATN OF which HiotH-y fan !my nml ckill cnit for past they I'nrp am! nften- lion in merit a Tull sliiirobf ptililic I Ttn-ir Market is on .Sucnt MTRKKT, ;J ifoorei wtvtol' Ilin Chinch. an. DIM (iS. now QJ" Tin- ivhlch tall to Mattresses constantly on hnnif. Itris jusf ptmasflvl in mntiinhr.tiiwur ttci tii-Riv.i tvliirh i (Miriri-ly-iiipcra-iliiic ibc old kin-M of-hcife. iiii-rii uf HAIR aiul SEA nmet (k-s-iraltlc nn.l limililiful nrtlclr. Hi'lmiiw thupiilillc nt Inrrt; will give him n call when thfv wiint any thiua.in lii? liny. I ir A'jrnt Ibrthvsnle of tltu Patent Metallic Coffli. whi.-h i.. not only "the perisliaUe woort- en lolhiis.- Inn also V risk's Metallic Hurial wlnrh liav-c Iieen sjioken so highly thcv preserve Ihe' reiiKiins. and are safe atid COFaVINN alivays on hainl. 1.T Those In ivnnt of his at Funerals, will be waned iifKinwItlioiit itelay, at all tltm-s. Shop corner of Fifth   lol of Etgln fimilt. winch they, will'sell for rial, as sl-ll I'ilti- nathi. Racine, .lunc'Jn. I C. W. Sj. IV. i i HOUSE FOR SALB, IkRnrc fop n li aulwr.rilwr olIiTS lor n iHiirill iMiiilly- yililnlr.l in Inn-n: It will lie inlil vi-rv low, Einri nu leriur to sliit till-liinm. r.iihinrR of P. I1. STi-AVART, ortitlhc MEDICINES. GROCERIES THORPE GORTON, No; 108 MAIN STREET, (Lute R. W. Wlifirc 3-oiir trnnts in Ihoip line c-iin be nitcnd nlmiit All we ask is a trial in :m ititrtnliietmn. tff-CASTlT PAID. EGGS,   Iraaeii the alore formerly .led liy Kly t 1 Mo. 111O .Hailn direct, j and Ii rece'lvinii n new and "larccr lock thnn wmlcvrt before lironzlit nilo this Slato. wlnY-h will brabld and Retail for Cash, nl heretofore mi- nown s consism of Jfnw I'tty anil -bin own nianiifnrtiirc. rnihraeinp nil the BPRIKO STYLES OF BOOTS AHD 880X8.' l-idies Mad iu SontuM, York Tlw, Jenny Morocco nnd' Etiani'clrd Minkltis, tr..: i Ocntu rrrhch riilf Kip and Sibca'j do.' (.'omircMi Calient Taylcrfc KoMii'th Ticai Boys anil Vnnths Bouts and Mlioesof nil kindt Uhocaof new J .......______ .work- ineii. mid of Ihe hi si it of and Colored Caitera anil Gents' 1'alent Leallicr CqngireM tinitera.M r RaciiM-. dw'm'tft THR siitirerihi'r alvrj notice Mint he HM eommcnced the In repnrcd lo Iheitt.tilc witll.) OOOD ARTICLE, ml on rcnMitinH? tcrnis. ,14' April M. LET.. I HIIOP. Jihul.d .it l.-'sHrove. R smnll cajin.il win find thin nn opimrtunily efdpm 10 be met with. For further parljcnlatu apply to Wr.iHhttpr.'Bueaimilk; or Notice Extraordinary! I. doihy h'lr.Asn WtoaHKHHi trotild method of their numerous cnitoinna, that mi aftor Fiitt Iliejr will tir at irMIt rtd: the Con-nit or MALI rcmdy and to dL-ueiiw 'with their w on nnd ittwho mnj itvorthciitwlth: call, for ,THE RHINO, or PRODUCE. Wehnre.ilmeonwtothedelenuiniilion at'nieh pricM.that it will he an iiKluenurm fcr ,lo any. ifce IP attff Mventoney hy'votMifa.' ,'jl- .ll'li CRAKE. 11 Kr All who' are IndthteH Jo ut. nre nqiKsle acUte Imnndijtdr, and kjr wtoM II ft Ciun. Tailorlna for I lie Million, A tOne Hundred and Forty in Main Street .i fc .il-jy l.esevii New I'aietititfewini: .Macbiiie I will sew faster nnil liellerth.in fivcor ten And never KI-.I tired or htttmry t-'eii then And all lliai it lui-ilsis a iiltl'e "Ond oil JUKI to keen liM limher nnd linhtfcn toil. And merrily ihcn it noes stilclnin: nwny. Aiidu-orkuperledlly easy liy tiinhtor by day. We are nhvays prepared at our notisl old stand. 1 o make cloflii-fi honor tn meet the Tuiliir" we surely call Rather ehenper Ulan those that are not iirndc an wull; While our ciiiiinjt.. for liitina. AIM! comlon and trust is well noted forninnva mile. So oivc in a call now without (nun- And we'll Iry to prove all Unit we uttur true. Call at the German Shoe Stan. c. FOR THE SPRING TIUDC VETBOTOUTAV WBOUBUU BOOT SHOE At the Old Strfii of theLmrgt Baft' No. Union Hall HMatl mtn GHO. w. cnAPBuir f Would pay to hi. fliendt and lurce stock of and 81IOI8, wlubta aria Suininer weitr, of whiclihec.lnrecomiiiendiobeeiiuarinWrleirt QiwUtr. lo any In fcrdw MaH OMlki '1 do well lermiticdnolto lie On lot of eane-aeit j '.--GRECfAff ft ItlJMPIIREY Patent Stwiog Xaehlnei For rale for Machine' aewlng, aid garment cutiinp on reasonable term-. We have inhled ,1 Itttdk to the Machine, whlth pr.-vi'nt.the l.tiMkinaol" ni'.'dle-In newinoi Those pur- ehnninc here cnti have Itiddcd if itqiiirtoV i r, Bim'IJi IUJBOKSS. JOSEPH 1411 Main Street, Racine, C. W. 4 8. W. t rt'hoteule nnd MetaH Dealeni In ATBBIq SIIELF-ITAnDWAUB, STOVES, Tin-ware, Farming Utensils. ftr., Corner of Main and Fourth lilt.. April 1853. SIGN OF Livery Stable. rerpeetfnllv itlvc noiic-e to ilrelt IMcnrtii antl the pnhlle tint tliry have opened an r'stahhshmenton ronrth 81, Bust of HiduaoneTt Bjn'i where they nrc iloiiHt.in cllaxrn Liriiti MtM I hey hnvenn rsecllenl XT'Agent fbr I. M. B. rtTif niift'fitiii'nii IM3. LAND ALIIEHT G. KWCitIT hu u (bMnWtOf I of RiKinv Coiitity. and Gin- Lola Ibr Offlcru m Rent. Money loaned.at U ocr em. SADDLE, 1 IVi: or common HnrJIe-rlraoceaHonij. Their are gtint Mine, and every, thtn t ron ,1, Saddle and.Genti.., ThoK in want of TkAMfl FOR IIEAVV WORK, can he aecoannodawd with Juat whatitHtji Warn: 'HOUSES BOARDED ti IIU I Uttht and mild at all nhderiKnnl wMi to sny. lo.tne nuMie. ibnt allot iltra will be uanim fn With pmmnnwuiit indr Mare careful and uolltr. awl ttMr chirira ihiill be at mo-lcratr 8. r. re careful and uollw. anl.tlMr .elnriTa (ball be a hCMlMev undincTrriinnKUIIj invite 11 call, r. J. HTJIiM Stand for .ttini Whrowln nrprtt. HQVUK. cheap, nnil on teniw. K .ttind.Mi tne.-eeiner of Fnnrth Whrowln nrprtt. (brrntrlr known 8toye0, Hardware. ''IT a-' JITOIB JB. AT tfH   

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