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Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - August 30, 1859, Racine, Wisconsin DULY MIL. VOL. II. TUESDAT MORNING, AUGUST 30, NO. 151. DAILY LOCAL MATTERS. AUG. 30, 1850. Territorial Judge Scars, of thu Third Judicial Dis- trict of Iowa, has decided in a suit instituted i_-r. n promissory note endorsed to the Bank .NVbruski Territory, that all in- corporated Hanks in that Territory are Hie- and all business transacted by them as ..'-.jratiom is U Korther in on fiaturdny morning and continued on Sunday, the sea was very high and near the south side of the .hnrbor active and busy in tinder- mining and settling in the sand tho solid whirh Mr. "fen building; to 1 pi-o'cct the of McIIenry and the Pickwickians and the Wellers. In one respect the old lady has been especially for- tunate unlike bank notes, she is not to bo counterfeited. All attempts that have been made to pus- off other Mrs. Partingtor.s have proved failures. As well might you expect to see another Eclipse as another relict of the immortal Paul, who WM no Mormon. She has no parallel but herself; and if you ask for more, you must apply at the only shop where they deal in the genuine article. Be- sides the "scores of her good things in thiB volume, wo have other capital pieces, inferi- or only to Mrs. Partington's sf.yings and do- our new fi-m. Mr. STEWART will shortly resume his in tcr'est in our business, by placing addition-il capital in it and becoming a Special Partner The additions to and improvements m out Wai-chouse are now complete, and afford facilities unsurpassed for receiving, stoi and shipping Produce of all descriptions, and we respectfully solicit a shnro of your orders for the purchase of the same. Our Freight Warehouse is also in perfect order for receiving, storing and shipping merchan- dize of everv kind. Relying upon our punctuality and accura- cy, to merit your confidence, Yf e arc, gentlemen, Yours, faithfully, LOOKER CO. H. H, PBETTEPLACE SIXTH STKEEV, Door Wat of the Supti. YOU l.'nl Main street, CO Church L. W. BURNHAM, Principal, Prnf-oaor of Penmanship, Jjook-Keeping, Com- P mercS Correspondence, and Lecturer upon UK- (Jcneral iWs of Trnfle and Commerce. II. A. RICHARDS, ESQ., ofessor nf Book-Keeping, Commercial Calcula- tions, and Higher Mathematics. M. B. CLOUGH, ESQ., rofsssor of Book-Keening, Commercial Calcula- tions, and Penmanship. HON. AN SON S. MILLER, cctnver on Political Economy and the Laws ot Notions. HON JAMES L. LOOP, and PORTE1VSHELDON, Esq., ectnrers on Commercial Law. E. F. W. ELLIS, ESQ., Lecturer on Banking, Exchange and Finance. Course Instruction. in taiouubout each department die., call on PHETTEPLACE y o and worthy to take places nest belO'-v Monday, August them. There are upwards of two hundred September Pay Save a Foreclo- S C TOUT will be at the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors office during the moult of Aueust next, to receive interest nue the SUteof Wisconsin, and to attend to any other busines connected with the bchoo Section matter of this city. His charges will be moderate, and the business done with dispatch and accuracy. He leaves fo Madison jsv" D7KSATT will ho in his office, ove stove, 138 Main street, from g d h J 1A ________________ Ho doleg.-vtea and the lobbies will leave Bacine this A. M., for Madison and tha State Convention. UCILli A LIOI J ieces in the volume, and we would not sen them to the extent of even one line. must not forget to mention that Hoppin has worthily illustrated the book, so ihat you can speak fru-e to face .with Mrs. Partington and her immortal associates. For sale by Steers. Consultations Fne. to a P. M. Scholarship Sale At this offies, in Bryant, Bell and Stratton s Commercial College at, Chicago. o.ti GOLD! OLD Leroy T child, who snppbcs our ISat on'il. exchanged. TUB BEST MICHIGAN OB Hour, call on H. PHETTEFLACE ft CO. W 13V, MAJ2f STREET, hey will continue the business the and shall he very, jani-dtt H. P. LOVHI'L. ong Aruffic, Lccturo Courts, Ladies' Course, as above, EXTttA ISDCCEMBSTS USTH, 1, 1839. Banking, B.ch.nge Department is under the university acquire a good bUv'0Jrsr Airing a Commercial Education id mnabitenta splendid d nnd Conl will receive tH for delivering nt i-b COrd WuOLl. ___.. UnfrtTO rn WOOLl. a. AH to be delivered on or before SS ettcr or otherwise r ol lut; w l" ,T O.MAllTLETT, TOOS. J. EMiiKSOX, M. B. EESKIiSK, .-.t a small family J. the ei iDli- er-----1 l-leasu AGIUL wanted to do psneral ho small family. Inquire at S. Bookstore. would announce to the people tv that tbey are again in the JiIEAT ld BtsndofTiindorff Kaw, no6t go August 2d, 1859. CO..
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