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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 5, 1857, Racine, Wisconsin RAC D AIL Y RNlL, lit LETT HARRISON, Publishers. I. OFFICE OVER BANK OF RACINE, THIRD STORY. PER ma, QIL1RTERLY IN ADVANCE. RACINE, WISCONSIN, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY NO. 34. RACINE DAJLY JOURNAL 11U1.ETT HARRISON Oliice Corner of.llain null fourth Streets. DAILY JOURSAL, published every morning, WEEKLY JUUKXAIi. every Vriduy morning. TERMS OF DAILY PAPER: For one year, i.iu rsix months three months TJEH.MS OF WEEKLY: For one year, (strictly iu advance.) oo 3 50 1 75 00 One months RATES OF iiniare, 1 yeiir, 1 S weeks, 1 5 davs, 8 1 BUSINESS CAEDS. COMPITION DEFIE ADVERTISING: 00 17 00 .....1-1 00 10 00 .....8 OU 'j -J5 .....5 00 4 00 .....S 00 2 00 .....1 75 1 50 1 00 DAILY PREMIUM JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, Corner main and Fourth Streets, BOOK, JOB, AND NEWSPAPER I attention ij respectfully requested to tliis ly-jtublUhinent, in the ussunmce that AMPLE SATISFACTION WILL BE GIVEN regards Typographv, Work, and charges to those wlio may reqxiire Fancy, Common, Large or Small Work Kxccutcd Cheaply and cxpeditionsly. The materials of which our JOBBING ESTAB- LISHMKXT in eoinposed arc nesv, nncl wu are nuikini latest stvles of additions of tin; newest und TYPE, BORDERS, ETC., J3T Advertisements not marked for a specified time, will be continued, anil charged accordingly. The privilege of yearly advertiscr.1 is not considered sis including 'that'of individual inem- Excess of advertisements inserted will be charged proportionally to the number of squares j in the ITnitud bargained fur. have expended over TiniEt THOUSAND DOL- ;-JT" J-cgiil advertisfinenl.-t inserted at the j during the psist two years, for Jobbing Ma the Attornevs ordering them, and nut tcrinl iilune, and shall euntinue to keep fully up to delayable for the legal proceeding, hul collectable ut our nsiuil time. Xulices inserted in the nadiug column, dur.Me ruu-s. All notices required to be published by la'v. will be charged tin- It-gal rates. DIRECTORY. BUSINESS CAUDS. EDWIN Main Street MOULD'S Meat Market. THE Subscriber, is prepared to furnish any TO rielv of Fresh and Halt Meats usually found in this market ut prices which cannot fail to suit nnnf Pi purchasers. Racine, November. Idtf JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY, OF IIAHTFORV, cnyy. CASH CAPITAL, (n'ith if surplus.) THOMAS BRACE, Pres't. K. A. ALKXANUKH, Sec'v. J, B. BEXNETT, Ocn.Ag't, Columbus, Ohio. flARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF COXK. GASH CAPITAL, (with a- large mrplm.) II. HUXTIXUTOX, Pres't. C. B. BOWKKJ, See'v. F. A. AT.EXASDEU, Geu. Ag't Columbus, O. PINEN1X INSURANCE COMPANY, OF HA H'J't'OKD, COXX. CASH CAPITAL, S2OO.OOO. N. 11. MOItl.lASi Pres't. II. KKLLOCO, Sec'v. Policies issuod and .renewed ivitUout Losses promptU" adjusted und Idtf 11. S. DL'liAND, Agent. EAIL EQ2TOS. 1856 Official Directory OF KAC1XE L'OU.XTY. KEGISTKK oi- Dickinson. CLERK or BUAUU cr Kams- dell. O. Bartlett. CLEUK oi' THE K. Parker. Vaughn. IJIST. I', l.yon. liUAUU Of SL'PIiKVIriOKS. EzrulJichard, Chuiruiuu, llnlVe-i, W. ll Win. V. Moore. liinmi D. Sullniim iloultva, OF CITY OF Jno. Biersbach, Daniel Hork, Sidney A. ciaye. l.ieo. Selden, 11. T. Tavlor, Jus. Mult Titus, Scuecu 11AC1XJ2. J. 1. Case. Cliv T. 11. ICiddef. Jno. Itoberts. Hobert fiuv. Cirr ATTOUNEY I1. Lvon. U. lliiuU, D. JleUonald. S. C. Yout. City Assessor. Geo- II. Carpenter, S. 11. ijaye, Chas." Smith, Special As- Sui-r. OF SCHOOLS Kev. V. Stearns. K. K. CUMMISSIUNEU -M. M. CITY SfiivcYor. IS. Slierwoud. 150AK1) Of 1st A. 1'. Dutton. I.. C. Osborne. Win. T. Van Ivlt, ri. lk-ath. Sd Owen Huberts. J. 11. Tiilcott. 4th X. A. Ciriswolil, I'eter ilettrich. Mil S, A. Hage. Jai. Kevd. OK TIIK UACI XK 1SOAUD OF TRADE FOR THE YKAR S. C'. TuCKEitMAN President. A'.nvs 1'. Vice President. Jon.v B. Secretary. GILULTT KSAIT Treasurer. HOARD OF imiEtTORy. Eli-ha Saln'i E. liurlbut. 11. O. Winslow, 5l.lt. Mead, I.rinc, Jas. Tonilinson, Being of the latest improved style und make, art capable of executing any VAK1KTY, STV1.1-: OF WORK, with the utmost It is tht- intention of the to do EVERY KIND OF WORK Atsiieh UATKSas will (iimble every out-, tiu how siuiill tho exit-ill of his business, or liuw Itmilt'd his muun.s. U> imikt' u Drilling outluy in tlii-i must in valuable iiu'lhoil of milking his bu- sioi.'ss thoroughly known iu the public. We are ubkif ut all liinus, to PlllVr, JS'liATl.Y AND CHEAPLY ALL bCSCKM'TlUNS OF IJII.L IlKAHS. Uia'Ktl'T.S, UI1.1.S Ob' POLICIES, CIHCULARS. BANK CHECKS, HANK KOTKS, Etc., Kte. Muiristruti.M Attuning' Blanks, Kail Roud Blanks, C'.immfi'eiul JIhuikd, CertiHcutes, Invitations, I'rugnimmus, Ac. Those who are in want of KAXCV LABELS, or nuy othur of IN II RON Z 12, cumiot d.> butter tha.n apply iu Drafts and Druggists' Isabels, Can be printed in Plain und Fancy Inks, I oi1 enrnitiiu'd colors, in neat stvle, ur in (.iOLD, .SILVKU, ur COLOUrf. on Sriilin, Splendid Glazed j Cukirt.'tl Papers, nr CartU, unuqualed for brilliancy, at very low prices. I Our in the line of L. BICKNELL, DK.-YLlitl OOZE IKIES of all kind.-i, PROVISIONS, WINKS, LIQUOR, AC., CORNEIt OF Stute and Sagetowu, HE hoped by strict attention to business to merit iishfiru uf public patronage. Idtf Kucino, November, ISatj. "HENRY TYRRELL, Wholesale Grocer COMMISSION MERCHANT meals, green and dried ars, etc., 50 Main street A XI) Dealer in iish. salt meals, green and dried fruits, tobacco and Racine, HARDWOOD LUMBER, L1MK, AND STONE, at his mill, on Root River, 1 miles on the Uaymund Plank Road, from the Lak'o Shore Railroad Depot. Orders re- spectfully riolicitcil. un "VViscousiu Street. llacim', Nov., IS.'H'. Arc such as "'ill enabl'-1 us to ilo uny tU'scription or quantify nf El. in llit- most c'.xpuditiuiis j imd satUfaetorv iminiK-r. J3VKKY Needs -Kime-.liini; in tli 152 Wc-nlilnrrion Street, Jioston, Mass. GREAT REDUCTION iN J'RICES. Kill Head. :i Store 1 ur circular, is almost llavinii' the advantag MAN wav of Job Printing a Shop (till, 11 Uusiness Card of long experience in the business, and none but compc- tent witrknieu, ive can safely promise full salistac- OEKAT CZH. TTITITED iTATlSKAILBOCTl. 31 110 UKS'FROM CIliCAGO TO K. Y. Tht Quhktil Time tcer matte, and'iuadeanct of I'll other INCKEASBD rAClLITIES and MORE TIME SAVED TO NIAGARA FALLS, BUFFALO, AL1IAXY, ELMUiA, SEW YORK, MOKTKEAi, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, THE GEEAT WESTERN R. R. OF CANADA. FXOM DETBOITT0.7S1AOAHAFA1.I.S C ROSSI SO. THR MAMMOTH SUSPENSION BRIDGE. Over which Trains DOW without of Cars or .Bassage. IN CONSEQUENCE of the immense increase of travel over this popular route, additional trains have been put on, ami hereafter FOUR DAILY TllATXS Kill leave DETROIT, (Sundays cxcepted.) Leaves at C A. M., nt Niagara Falls at P. JL, New York next morning, or Boston, at noon next clay. titettutbottl nt A. M., ncctine; at Hamilton with the ijreat Western Line ol' Steamers nt (J P. M., for Cape Vincent, Ogdens- burgh. Uruckville, ie., and at Niagara FalU at 7 50 P. York next morning, or Boston at night. Liylitnintj Leaves at- P. M., ar- riving at Niagara Falls at P. York next dav at dinner, or Boston to U'hin is the fastest train ever run from the West to the East. at P. M., con- necting at Niagara Falls at in morning, arriv- i in" in New York next morning, or Boston at noou I The 11 A- M., A. M.. Snd P. 81. trains 1 from Detroit, make connections af .Hamilton, with i the trains to Toronto. Thu A. M. train from .Detroit, which take the passengers leaving Chicago on the 10 P. M. train, eimneets at Hamilton, with the magnificen low pressure leaving iltun daily (Sundays excepted) as Follows: Canada, Capt. Oeo. K. Willoughby, Mondays an Thursdays. America, dipt. John Masson, Tucs days and" Fridays. Neir York. Capt. J. Chapman Wednesdays and Saturday's. 0 n the arrival of th Steamboat Express from Detroit at 6 P. M., goin direct through to Cape A'incent, Ogdensburg an Bntekville. connecting the next afternoon with th I Railroads and Steamers at these points for Mon treal, Quebec, Portland, Saratoga, Spa, Whit Mountain. Ac., by which passengers can have I view of the Thousand Rnpids of the St. Lawrence, Ac., 12 hours quicker, and at a saving j ot' 100 miles travel over the smith shore route. Connections an; made at Nhntara Fulls and Buf- falo with the New York Central, Canandaigua and I Niagara Falls Branch of the Now York and Erin Railroad, and with the Lines of Steamers un Lake j Ontario tr> all points, with a variety of connections unequrdefl. Through Tickets, nlloiving passengers to lay over and ri'snp.n? their f.'an be purchased al the Railroad Oflicea and H'.'P'US and all important points in the Pouth. sure Jiml nsk fnr Tickets via. Detroit and the (Iri-at Western P. HO MAN, tle.n'l Western Agent, Chicago. C. T. Bnri'Glls, Mannging Director, fl.d.tf Itainillon.'C. W. EAIL ROADS. Haciue Mississippi K AIL EOAD. OPEN TO EOCKTON. CHANGE OF TIME. OX AND AFTER Wednesday, Oct. 99tb, 183ft, Trains will leave at follows: GOING WEST- LEA YE Train, at 7 A M. Freight Train, at A u. Passenger Train at e M. GOING EAST. LEIVE Trniii at S A x, Beloit, at A M.. u u AM, Beloit, at AM, Passenger Tmin at 12 il., Beloit at i' 7 A. M. Train from IVncine connects with the Chicago, St. Paul i Fond du Lac Railroad nt Clin- ton, for Chicago, Jancsville and Madison at Be- .oit, with Bcloit and Madison Railroad, for Afton ind Footevillc; also with Galena Chicago Rail- road for Belvidere, Kuekford, Freeport, Galena, and Dubuque. 0830 A. M. and P. SI. Trains from Rockton and Beloit make close connections at Ra- cine with Lake Shore Railroad for Kcnosha, Wan- kejran, Chicajto and Milwaukee. 9J45 A.. M. Accommodation Train from Rockton and Beloit makes close connections with Chicago, St. Paul Foml du lac Railroad, at Clinton, for Chicago. .Timesville and Madison. Steamers leave Hacine every Evening, for Chicago, Milwaukee and Shebovgan; also for Collingwoodaml Lake Superior. STAGES connect with all passenger trains, east and At Burlington, for Rochester and Wnterford. At Elkhorn, for Whitewater. At Springfield for Ge- neva. for Racine by the morning Trains frim Rockton can remain in llacinc six hours, and arrive in Chicago or Milwaukee the same clay. taken tciVA tie Detpnti'.h. H. S. BURAND, Prnidtnt. ItOBEnT IlAHnis, is'up't. Racine, Oct., 1850. MISCELLANEOUS. 1OO Ayreots Wanted TO SELL "The BT'T.' s. ARTHUR. About twenty otier Popular Worko by the stem Author, on which Agents can clear ?5 per Addren L.P. CROWN 4 Co., Pablishertj. box 2703 16 Clark Street, Chicago, 111. 100 Agents Wanted, ,TO SELL "The Lifo and Reign of thu Emperor Nicholas, and the Russian War. Sold by Agents. Address L. P. CROWN t Co., Publishers, box 2703 fldtf 18 clarh street. Chicago, 111. JAMES WHOLESALE AKD BKT.tIL DEAJ.ER tS Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brashes, Campheue, Flniil, Turpentine. HOWX.AND ADAMS, Booksellers Stationers, Ul STBEEf, EACINE, TTIS. KEEP constantly on hand, to wholesale and rctuil SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, Statiouerv, Blank Books, Records, Diaries, Albums, Gold and Steel Pens, Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books, Testaments, Copy Books, Wrapping Paper, Drawinj; Faper, of all sizes, Port Folios, Envelopes, Dramatic and Poetical works, in short everything to be found in a class Bookstore, which we will sell aa cheap as the cheapest. Bacine. Nov. 1856. New Crockery Store in Racine No. 76 Main-st THE grout popularity of "Kuggle's Patent Flex- j iblc'llinid thu mcivuSL'd fiiuHit-ies for i iimnilfncturing a dcsirvto moot till! -.vnnts of the business community, and to griUufiilly tu.'- knowledge the favors wliicli bavu reMriirdud our ef- forts, have induced to reduce the price from 20 i A R R FALL Vi INTER ARRANGEMENT S. W. SiPiiffiird, A. C. tfunl-rd, S. 3. Ih-.rllmt, IVmlletun, riuluiuon K. ik-atb, KubiTi Cathi-r, J. Cast-, Albert P. Dickey. M. P.. Mead. Eldtid Sniitb, Wru. 11. Lathrop, ijt-o. S. Wrigl Seneca Kuviimnd. X. IVndlctou, Henry T. Fuller. Rooms in third story of liriek corner of Main and Third en! i ante by the Iron stairs. BOAiiD OK KDL'CATIOX. yilEj-T Edwin Gould. tfcni-cu Ituymoud. .-ECONb WAKU. Simeon C. Yout, Warner 'NVadsworth. T11U1D WAHI'. Champion S. (.'has'.-, Hubert Cather. FOt-'ltTli Irn -V. Sliller, John Osborn. t' FTH WAUlt. J. B. Ko-.vlev John Vun Vliel. TKL'STEKS YlRE.MEX'S ASSOCIATION. S. Iliekinson. .Schneider. Kvan-, ,Ir. K. May. M. Kelsey, Geo. Foster. l.uckner. I'iiiHip i'hief Vt'ratten. 1st Schneider. Ihifour. WISCOXSIX TKMl'I.EUF HOXOK, XO. 1, Jleet? every Monday evi-nint: at their Hail, over Kaciue Countv Hank, Cnrin-ruf Main and l-'ourth V.. C. W. C. T. O. W. OllHWOLli. U. Ilelle City Social Tenijilt- nu-ets every Friday at til'.- Wisconsin Temple of lluiiorNo. 1. KACI.VK I. O. CifJOI) TKMI'I.AnS, .VO. 7. Meet iu Temple of Honor Hall, every Thurdny tveiiiui! ut 7 1-2 o'clock- k II. C.HC.SHEL, T. Hiss A. J. L'l-itAM, W. S.ic. UACI.VK MASONIC I.OUtiE. 13. Meets the 1st und Sd .Mondays of cucli niontb. ovcri'tiulkoor A; Stone's Di-uu Store. A. J. KKDliL'KX, Master. J. A. Sec'v. ORIENT ClIAI'TKK, XO. li. A. MASONS Meet weekly. A. J. KEUUUUX, 11.1'. KACINE LODGE XO. 1. O. F., Meets every Tueaduv S. S. DiCKlXSOX, X. 0. J. ii. H. S. STAH EXCAMPMEXT, XO. O. O. F., the 1st aiulyd Mondavs in everv month. .1X0. SJ.YClv, Chief I'a'triurcli. DAVID MCDONALD, See'y. OKIOIAXIA LODGE, XO. 7u, 1. 0. 0. F. Meats evcrr Wednesday lit 1-2 jnist" o'cli'L-k. nt Odd 1'ellow's' Hull, over Koscmvukl i Cu.'sstr.re. J. LACKXEK.X. G. Futo Vusa.V.S._______________________ VllAl'MAH, BOOTS, SHOES, AND LEATHER, IKJ 1'iiion Hull IlulWiiilWs____ II ACM Tit: EXCHANGE. A. A. COTTOX, i'rojiriclor. rpHE aboveTrcll known House, Is notr -L in good repair throughout, and ready for. the nccominvdation of the traveling J public. Good Ktubliiiu for .JjmmltllH-rdny. Itltf lion to those of our friends their maj' favor us with n. Ueul Kstate AL, Main uiulei- the Ifakcr House, one door north of tlif? City Hank, Kaciue Wisconsin. Tlmse of buying Heal Katate will lind good at our otlicc. Particular atten- tion paid tu renting stores, Houses and Lots, and cnllecting rents. Idt.f Our These stamps lire so consUuetcd as always tu j a perfect without regnrd tu fkill ut can: un the- part of the operator. .Impressions of one liuu- AVAll.NKIl A- CO., mny )jc made ijj-miy one tit'thu rate i-uts Laud HrnkiM-s, Olliec 151 i dred per miuutc. jt is the only suitable stamp Knilroads Bank- ing jierclllinls, I'os; Offices, r.nd for all Jiusinesu Men. who wish to affix n legible mark to Inttcrs, tickets notes checks, goods and Every impression i-- n permanent und valuable ad- vertisement, hundreds who lire in the liiibit of stumping their business cards upon the centre of bundles and wrapping paper can lest-il'y. The Company also nianufiicture stamps witli X. I'KNP'LKTOJf, Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in Lath, uud Shingles, corner nl' .Main and l-'irst streets, opposite the II. A M. R. K. Depot, Kaciue. Alwaxson liand. a lunre .stock of seasoned which will be sold cash only. Idlf fOXKHliSS W.V. It. 1'U'JPRJKTOR. Comer of Main and Chatham Streets, near steamboat landing. It is furnished, in thw latest stvle, and the f-harties are modenitu. j. w. Saddle Harness and Trunk Maker, SS Main Street, und Portage. City, as suun as the road is opened to these places GREAT NQHTIIERN liOL'TE. Pasaenger Train? h-avn foot of Chestnut street Milwaukee, Koing west., daily, (Sundays cxcepted.) as follows At 7 All, in-rivini: at Fnx Lake al A M, Vardeeville. A'.M. ami Portage City Y M. At .1.20 P M nrrivinfr it Fox Lake P M. Pur- deeviile P anil Portage City S: IS P M. Leave. Portage Ciiy jroinc: east, :is follows At A M, Pardeevillu A Vox Lake A M, arriving in Milwaukee and meeting with the trains on the LakeShore Road still'handles, which rain be used with common typo h f nnrt Missiifippi Road or with dies changeable at the "ill of the operator. at prices ranging from 10 cents to S-1. Also Seal Af' 2.20 p M P M. Fox Lake, Stamps nt the lowest prices, 4-O.H> M. arrivini: in Milwaukee at P M and .Stamps will he so arranged with moveablc let- wilh )illc a( Boats south, tors that any desired mime may be or he f usual die will be furnished. In either disc, the j h stninps .will bo forwarJedto any address required. S. C. TUCICIOHMAX. Forwarding and Commission Merchant, foot of .Main Idtf ______ JOHN W. CARY, Attorney mid Counsel at Oliice over Ra- cine Comity Jlttnk, Kaciue, Wis. JOHN HKCK, Racino Soot and Shoe Store, 1 >'o. 52 Main Street, I best of workmen only employed. Pttrtic- 1 JL ulur attention paid to custom u'o'rk. j Mending done u> order mid on short notice. Kaeine, November. Idtf Furniture Establishment. t ixi tiro In all parts of the United States, and in the Brit- Provinces. In order to secure Amenta of the highest tnlent and integrity, the Commission hna been greatly increrscd. Traveling Agents will bo furnisher! with the Flexible Hand Stump, at a great discount fur a large quantity. Any person infringing upon the patents of the Boston Hand Stamp Co., (these patents covering the Elo-tiblo handle, anil the Screw Cap, by which the die? "re secured to the cither by sale, manufacture or use, will be rigorously prosecuted. Every person who buys, as well as every person who makes, sells or uses any article that infringes upon letters patent, is liablo to pay three-fold damages to the patentee. II. M. IHGELOW, Agent, 1J2 Wnfhijigtnn Street, Boston. HAKiliSON, Agents, f Rncino. Passengers arriving at .Milwaukee by the morn- ing I rains on the Lake Shore, or Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad, and destined for the North- V.'est. ean reach Fox Lake. Pnrdeevilln or Portage City by the P M trains same evening, whore ptage.-i will connect for Dunibuo, Becdsburgh, Kil- bourn City, Maughston, La Croase and other prin- cipal towns in tho north-western portions of the State. Railroad connection is established by this Tloute with Waiipuu. Brandon ami Kipon, hy theMilwau- kee 4 Horicon Railroad, and with Fon du Lac by the Chicago. Ct. Paul and Fond du Lac Railroad. J5S-Tiekcts to be hurl at the Passenger Stations. will please procure Tickets be- fore entering tho Cars. EDWIN II. GOODRICH, Milwaukee. 1S5B flfltf Snp't. LAKE SHORE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. ON AND after Monday, October 27th, 1856, and until further notice. Passenger Trains of tho MILWAPKEE .t CHICAGO R. R. LINE. Will leave Racine from Fifth Ward (Sagct-own) for Chicago and intermediate al AM and p. H., receiving passengers from Madison, .Tnnesvillc, and intermediate slntioiuupon MILWAUKEE Ji- MiSSIXSlPPJ RAILROAD, ALSO FROM TUT! MILWAUKEE
template settling among us. As there are several parties at the east who art now preparing to locate at Uaciue and in this vi- cinity, we would suggest to those having property to dispose of, that it would be to their to leave the same willi for sale. We uiake nocharjrc unless a sale is effected. WHJTBECK 4 KOWLEY. Office with H. S. Pres't R. M. R. R., Idtf 'Corner Main and Tirird-cts., Racine Cull anil t-lock. C. S. 11UYNTO Idtf F I K S T 3? K E M I TJ M RACINE BOOK BINDERY, Corner of Main and Fourth Streets, (Over the Dank of Racine.) THE Subscriber is prepared to execute every variety of BINDING" (blank or printed) used bv business men or corporations in this State. lie desires particularly to call attention to his BLASK AKD ACCOUNT BOOKS, single or in sets, of any style of Ruling in the United States, and finished with beauty und dura- bility combined in a manner to satisfy the most fastfdious. Call and examine specimens of work. C. S. BOYXTOX. Kaeine, November. Idtf _ WATERTOWN DIVISION OF TUB LA CROSSED MILWAUKEE RAILROAD. Clinngc of 'I'imo IN AND lifter Monday, Oct. 6, ISftO, passenger leave Milwaukee twice aday, as fol- At A .M. arriving at Watcrtown at 11 initl Oootl Furniture subscriber keeps constantly on hand full A a full assortment of Walnut Mahogiiny Cherry and Fui.llted FURNITURE Consi-jling iti purl ol' Sofus, Uurci.us, Bedsteads, TulL'-ii-tctcs, StiiniU, Seert-turies, Side Ta- bles r-tc., wliieli he will yell as ehean ay '.can be bought unywlicri; in thiscity. Also u fiilt iissortinontor cuitc scat clitiira, of ov- description, in 11 "knock ilotyn" slate for sbip- mng ibrsuit'nt whulcstilc. ut priccv rdiicbcamiut lull to suit, (iivt- tue it cull before1 purclinsing clsew liuru. Furniture dulivcrt'tl tiny part of tli c city free of HILL. MU. D.K. Clark's I urge nnd vtil nable work on Knilwuy Machinery. For sale by Uiltf HOWLAXD AAnAMS. L Linen Sheeting, Irish Linen. Idtf Case 'Linen LEE D1CKSON. 0 A MISSISSIPPI 1856. V M, and at P >f, nrriving atWatertown at 0 P JT. Leave AVatcrtown at A M, arrive in Milwaukee at 10 A M, and at P M, arriving lit Milwaukee at P M. All the rains make direct connections wilh the trains of the Milwaukee and Mississippi Rnilrourl ut the Junction, taking passengers to Madison, Janesville ,tc, and from those to "Watertown. The morning train from Wittcrtown connects with trains of Lake Shore Road, and the evening train with Hto.imcrs for Chicago. Stages run in connec- tion with the cars at Watcrtown for Madison, Jef- ferson, Portland, Columbus, Sun Prniric, Portage City, and oil principa.! pnints west and north-west. fldl-f BYROSjtILBOnKN'. Supt, JUST RECEIVED at the Crockery Store, No. 76. Main Street, FIFTY PACKAtJES CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. AMONG WHICH IS Ay Entlro KTo-ccr St-tylo, OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION; call and examine. No charjre for shnwinji goods. L. S. BARLOW. Racine. Nyov. 1858. Idtf THE Prince of the House of David, or Three years in Jerusalem in the dors of Pontins Pi- late- by Professor Ingrahnm. This is one of the most delightful and profitable books we hare ever advened. ADAMS. .KSTON'S THIKTT YEARS IN THE U! S. Fornale-by HOWLAKD A ADAMS. RAILROAD. FALL AitRA.fUE.MENT. OX and after October 6th, 1856, tho trains will run between Milwaukee. Janosville, Madison and Musccxln, which is mik-s west of Milwan- koc, and ll> mites t'rofn Prttirio du Cliicn, us fol- lows: LEAVE MILWAUKEE at A. M., con- necting at Milton with the Train from Chicago on the St Paul Railroad, nrriving at Miulison at P. M.. at Musiwda nt P. M. Leave Milwaukee also at 4 P. M., connecting at Milton ivilli the train from Chicago, and arriving at Madison nt 0 P. M. LEA MADISON at 7 A. M., connecting Jancsville with the St. Paul train from Chicago, anrl arriving at Milwaukee at 12 M. By this train passengers hiivo time to dine in Milwaukee and reach Chicago by the Lake Shore Railroad in time for the 9 P. M. trains going cast. LEAVE MUSCODA at 10 A. 31., arrive in Madison at P. M. and take the 3 P. M. train for.Junetvillc, where it connects with tho St. Paul train for Chicago, and arrives in Milwaukee at 8 P. M., in timo for the 9 P. m. boats to Chica- go, arriving there in time to take the early morn- ing trains going cast. The rnorninfc-tmin from Milwaukee takes from Milwaukee and Chicago through to Muscodn, where they connect with Davis Moore's Stages fnr Prairie dn Ghien. This is already the SHORTEST AND CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI. A train leaves Madison nt 8 A. M., for Muscorix. and leaving SInscodit at p. M., oil the arrival of the Stages from Prnirie du Chien. By this arrangement-, passengers leaving Prairie du Chien in tho morning reach Madison at 7 P. M. of the same day. Passengers who leave Madison at 7 A. M., via JaneSTllle and St. Paul Railroad arrive in Chicago in time for the P. M. trains oust. Passengers by A Moort'i Stage! will conveyed to and- from the several stations on the arrival and depaitnre of the cars, to Min- eral Point, RichUnd City, Bwmboo and Sank City. l.d-tf. NEW YORK R. R. SUMMER A RRANGEMENT. NEW YORK BOSTON. TRAIN'S leave Exchange Street Depot, Buffalo, for the A. M. 1 A. St. E-lprcss Trains stopping at the P. M. I principal Stations. P. M. I A. M.. Way Freight. A. M., Through Freight and Live Stock. P. M., Mail Accommodation. P. M., Through to take on or let off passengers. FROM NIAGARA FALLS TO ROCHESTER AND ALBANY. New York Ejprcss, A. at Sus- pension Bridge, Loekport, Medina, Brockport and Rochester, (at A. connecting with Ex- press, arriving in Albany at 4 P. M. Express and Mail, A. at all I tions to Rochester (at A. connecting with train arriving in Albany at 7 P. M. Accommodation, P. M., stopsatall stations. E.tprens, P. M., slops at Suspension Bridge Loekport, Medina, Albion, Broekport, Rochester (at A. connecting with Express arriving in Albany at A. M.- Detroit and Chicago Express, P. M., at Suspension Bridge, Loekport, Medina, Albion: Brockport, Rochester, (at A; connecting with Express train arriving in Albany at 8 A. M. Itnggnge cheeked to Now York and Albany, and all way stations. Particular attention paid to the transportation of leave Buffalo daily. C. V1BBAKD, Gen. Snpt. Albany. WM. C. YOUNG, Ass't Sup't. A. BnmtH, Agent. Buffalo, fl.d.tf.___- Racine Nursery, Tlirce Miles West of Etitine, and one-half Jforth of Atygatfs Corners, Ann FIRST Class Apple Trees, six to UUjUUU eight feet high, thrifl.v, stocky, and wulll'ormed, of tbe best and most desirable varic-- Lies, ntSIS per hundred, Dwarf Apples, Pears and Cherries, one to five years old, of groat beauty and vigor, 25 to 75 cents Pears, Cherries, Quinces, Grapes, Cur- Gooseberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, Or- namoutnL Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Ac., at greatly re- duced prices. Descriptive Catalogues sent, to applicants enclos- ing a postage stump. A liberal discount made to Nurserymen, Dealers and Agents'. During tho season of transplanting we shall keep a supply of Trees from our Nursery at thw Warehouse R. M. Norton Co., llaciue. Or- ders left at tbe same place will receive immediate attention. Our Trees arc not imported from tho East, as hits been represented, but were grown by 'as on our Nursery grounds. Our apmts on the line of the llacinc Missis- sippi Kail road Union Grove, P. P. Tabor; Burlington, nt Johnson Wright's, .Tacob Crane; T. W. Hill; Elkborn, "Chns. T. Kel- logg. HOLMES. XOKTOJs1 Kndr.e, November, 1856. Harness Shop. S.VUDLE, HAUNESSAKD TRUNK Xo. 08 Main-st., Racine, Wii. >1IE Subscriber. tlTanfcful for past fa- ,__vors, would solicit a continuance ef 'the same from the people of Wisconsin. and feels assured that he can continue to give full satisfaction to nil who patronize him. He has now on hand a large and full assortment of all styles of Harness, from the most beautifully tinUhcd Carriage Harness, to the most substantial work Harness 1'or farm lie intends keeping everything in his line of bur siness of the very be'st style of workmanship, and of the very best 'materials. very large assortment on band. Carriage Trimming and repairing done with ness and dispatch. ]wtf J. W. ENGLISH COAL! COAL! Erie, Bruir Hill, Schnyll-ill and Laeia- wnnn Egg, large and Jilot- burg and Lefnyh Also 1 o 33 ar 1 o Ic. For sale bv Knapp Hill. HAVING received a large supply of the abort different varieties of Coal we are now pared to suit our cusTomtrs both in price uud ily. We hnve tho coal and want the cash aiid (V, therefore we are prepared to Mtt it as us it can be purchased anvwhere, ao4 WILL IT. Try us. (llLBEHT v-v nn JL UTT I I.MOHTIMEU HILL, f KNAPI k HILU Racine, Wis., Dec. lS.r'S.______7dtf LIVERY STABLE. and Incn DRUG AND GROCERY STORE, Corner Main and Fourth Streets. F. W. DeBERAHD do. ARE constantly receiving, and will always keep on hand, a full stoek of Drugs, Groceries, Paints, Oils, Which they will sell at wholesale or retail, on as favorable terms as any House in the West. Ordera from the country will be carefully attended to, and filled at short notice. Idtf F. W. DcBEKARI) A CO. Wagm ud Biggf ManHfketory. LEES 4 CO., arc now pre- pared to make Wafons nni of every deicription, 'which for neatness and durability cannot be surpassed, our facilities for manufacturing, we can furnish good work, at a [ess price, than anj other establishment in the west. All work is made from materials, and WUrwited good article. .r. Eut end of Fourth Street. Baein., KVT., 1856. Idly M. G-. ARMOUR, IS STILL ALIVE AND KICKING AND AL- ways on hand, at his NEW STAND, on Fourth Street, opposite the Post Office, ready and willing to let hrst class HORSES AND CARRIAGES, on reasonable terms, to all who may wish to pat- ronize him. His horses are safe and (food, .his Drivers vtcady, and he is as accommodating ai the times will allow. Racine. Nov., 1S5B. _ __ Idly .._ No. 154 Main Street, Racine, PIERCE THROTJP, T11IS Establishment now contains as good and FAST Horses, as splendid and eacr as any Livery Stable in the West. The proprie- tors have spared no expense to obtain the MOST FASHIONABLE EQGIPACKM which the most particular desire. Their are careful and respectful, and rt is hoped that former liberal patronage will be ex- tended to the present Proprietors. Easy Saddle for and A Hearse with Camajires for Funerala' at sbprt notice. Bacine, November. dly FABIAX, 32 River-st., 4 GENT fur Cincinnati Type Foundry, .Hut Printers, Warehouse. Keeps consUutljr JIB hand at fair prices, a large and new assortment of all kinds of Type, Borders, Rules, nitnrc, Ac. X> X% X3 Hand, Card. Power or Job Presses. Also InfcaV Black and Colored. In short, every article re- quired in a Printing Office. All pci-sous wishing to open a current aceottbV arc requested to give salislactory evidence of ibeir responsibility. A liberal discount made for cask. November! 1S3C.__________' ______ldtf_. REMOVAL A. CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY; f subscriber oQera for sale at a ercat bar- gain, the Three Story Brick lliiildins now occupied by him, situated near Waterman's Warehouse on Fourth Street. It is 20 by Gu feet, and is furnished with a 10 borse power enarine, and a complete of machinery for chair-making and cabinet work. A fine lot in by 120 feet. cash, and balance in two rears. O.'C. Kaeine, NOT. Mrs. O. L. WiSNTWORTH D U ERR EO TYPIST, lit door SoutKof Bank of Racine, vpitairi. Pictures taken in the highest style of Art- Racine, Nor. 3.3. JEWJETT, General Land Agent Office with "Eldad Smith, over Racine Coiutjr Bank. FARMERS' FRIEND. undersigned baring been establtahed iat UUHIIOSS for upwards of eighteen ta Kenwha, ivould respectfully inlorm his that lie luw removed Kacinc and mar be Slreel, ef 4c Rt. Ceorge'a Foaarfry. And having spent some months in fitting good shops and selecting materials, he u now ready to manufacture Lumber Wagons and Pimm in a style and finish eqaal to those which gnineil for him a reputation and patronage of which he fccla proud. And be not only thia: only to put in first rate hope.to obtalat' a sliaru of their future i Racine, yorehiber. dly- MBS: Harriet lleecuer Stowc'a last work, Dred, or the Great Dismal Swamp. For ufebr. Mtf i; HOWLAJfD A'STTHlKO fou Vant in-tne
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