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Racine Daily News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1858, Racine, Wisconsin RA.C1NE VOL. I. NO. 63. DAILY WIBI> BVKIIY MOUXIXG IIXCCI'T SUNDAYS, BY JOJIS S. HAWKS. Odiec Co7..e7or .llnlnfc Third .DAILY J'AFEK WEKK, I'.VYAULB KVK'.IY SAT.MIBAY Tt I'KB I-OL1.AUS I'M: YS.MI, I'-VVAULE QVARtER- INVA'XUIILV IN 'TEKMS OF TH v. vn-'E KLY OTTRNAI. (STRICTLY ix OSB I.OL- ivi: l'tni 1'osUirtly no piiiiur sent except upon BAIL 110 ADS. llaciuc Mississippi KAIL MISCELLANEOUS, MISCELLANEOUS AM. 1 square wouks. 1 I sqnure .l.wovsts. 1 0 1 12 Hi, TO cents. F _.-.v, and Milwaukee Tho 4 Train from Racine takes passengers tho afternoon train I'.-jiu Milwaukee, on thu Lake Shore Railroad. S TAGES connect atDuramHor IVocport, at Burlington for and Watcrford. At "Elkhorn, la Whitewater. At for Geneva. for mi riled with dcspdteh. B.03EKT IIA1UUS, Sup'l. ycul.ly advertisers will 1858.___________________ be chafed at the regular XEW AJfl> pnueCT IIOTJTE MOW Lc.dod note, to bo chwgca 50 percent. OPENED. lioilc'd Sperm Elephant Oil, Whale Kcatstbot Tanners' Japan Coach Varnish, X 0..] A 2 Furniture So. li'J Leather, OQ H Pi Window Glaus, Jarx, G-lnssl'laskii, Siind Pupur. Putty Kcivn'i, Olne', Sniiilta, Gold Leaf. Jdpan TIDH, Bi-oiizo', DiuiuondB, Cliulk, Lamp Itlaek, Whiting, THEcitiieniof j Bacilli'and vi- cinit-y in- formed tbuttho Hu'aecribor ImJ anagon- ,j fill'Lake street, for tho sain of KB it's eiilehra- tod SEWING MACHINES', and is now sup- plied, with .all their ynriotirs adapted to fam- ,ilv unc, and all of tnn.n- at all time, bo cl-riiiR pur- New'York, May 17. I'liu Washington correspondent of the Her- ald says.the President will to com- municate his reply IP the Semite resolution of inquiry, touching the British outrages on our vessels. Lord Napier's attention has als.lieeu di- rected t'o. the-.subject. It is also believed that orders haye been dispatched to our home squiidron, directing them to.look'into thematter.......''. The Secretary of tho Treasury invites pro- posals till the 4th of nny p'ort'Givor the whole ot notes in POCOH, ivicn ivuimi nv n. ...w t o supply the entire northwest on faYOWble t-rms. IloGllOVBR BAKER machine.' uro the ino.t reliable 'wo threaded now I exchange for gold. -St. Louis. The Republican received'a 'despntch'Usr, min'tard relae 'wo rea in ami now oil-red' to the entire northwest at night stating that the express had reached eastern priced, guaranteed to give -ati-faction. from. Camp. Scott, April .10 Address mill send or-crs to 3UIUI .'I Vl-i .1 HUGH ALEXANDER, J 00 Lake Street, Chicago, xj-cnts wanted in overy city .in tho north- te BUSINESS CARDS- J. aud Orwimontr.l Vaintcr, MarWcr, -U-., m Gilder, Craincr, ;ct, Kasioe, inar-i'' PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO R. K. TO PITTSBURGH, TGP.K, BALTI- MORE AND WASHINGTON CITY. With lut one change of Cars to Pi THE 03LY CHECKING DAGGAG.E THROUGH TO XKW YORK, PHILADELPHIA 4.M) At Trninslcave the.Michigan Southern depot, as follows: Sow York and 1'hiladelphia Express at A >i- Sew York nnd at r Kunnini; throKgU to with bnt one ,v chan-eof cars, and two ohangus ol earsto I nila- toPittshurph.and the 'only direct route to Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York havini: beC'.i reduced ?2, Inn- as any othuV ron'e. The time CO Jlaeino, rcetly w York, fliil.ulolphnv, and Tare as loxv us nny other rtontc. Tbciravcling publicwill see the advantage of takin" this new and direct rente, short- t aid mo.il du.ir.Ale to Ladies, or Cii.itl.suei1 ii, U.JM r (1-iirr tr.i French Zinc. White Lend. T'IIM mA Extra. Artists' Colors, IVmU, Oils, JCinvass, I'enciln Brushes, Ac. A'larL'e ajsortineut ol French and Arnericad Wall Paper, Oil Plum and Figured Paper Glazing, and Paper Hanging attended to on short jdu tANGLCIS VrUOI.KSAl.li AND RETAIL DKALKIIS IS Ship Chandlery, Jfo. 107 Street, liadne. American Manilla and Uussinn Kopeorallsiies. Marline Spnnvarn, Canvass, Kosin, Blocks, Jlust Hoops, Ac. Twines, Lines, Bed Cords, Caniphene, Fluid, and Candle Wicks._______________ Notice. I BINDING it impossible to sollthnlarKcamounl of Goods on the loni; time that 1 have heen in the habit and make ii to the adcuii- tcyeofim- customers, or to myself, I have this diiy adopted the H13ADY PAY SYSTEM, And hoping, by sti'icfultention to ih'c wants ol niv irjnmrous cusiotnors.uud by clit; DY THE REDOC'flOy, OF PROFITS. 1 To be -tblc to niakc-thc change a mutual benefit E. J..W1CKI1AJ1. N. 'li. Goods delivered to any .part of thu city free RA'CINE CITY STSAM ENGINE WORKS. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. 'pUBEB REASONS why yon should palronmc JL this school: 1. Because it is the. .Pioneer School of the Frincipul 1ms been sixteen vea'rs (i'-i-inc hir.iself for.- his present position, and is qualified. S. J3ceMsc'tistl.cOHZy School in the htiilo where I'tinniinsliip, Bonk-Kcuping -and Mathe- matics lire taught b7practical business mm. HOTEL, Garner FrarikforC StrM and City-Hall the City null, y.EW YOIilv ulTY. This Hotel is conducted on the nnd meals as the" may be ordered, in the spa- with Baths, ir. con- nection thcrcwini. This popular Hotel is in the immudiiite vicuiitT of mcreantilo'bnsmcfi, and :.hi: principal places ol' amvisu.ncnt, and otters ov- erv i tmn, on the Cleveland and Columbus Uailro.ul to Cleveland, Xra.n, C "CAKY, i'-AUU U EVANS, ine.SiMireinc, Court, anil the t. cousin to ret'.civi; wv charijc to the Pittsburgh and ChiooKo cur.i. tit par titular nnd attsfor by Fort Tickets for sale atnll principal ticket ofliccs ThrirtiL'li tickets by this route can beobtained ut tho ollicc, No 3u Ucarbcirn street, >ip- depot on A an Engines Boilers, lloilding Castings, "Sttw-.Mil'l Machinery, Grisi-.Mi'il Miichincry Tortablc Ungiues, Stationurj Mngir.es, Threshing Machines And Horse KIMS A.KJ) OOJtX SIIELIERS ROAD SCR'A'PBltS, FEBD KETTLES, kimld inadcto bringing.thc. intuiligcncc-that the- Mormons had liid down their 'arms, that the invitation of Young, hid- entered Salt Lake City. Many Mormons.- bad gone to the southern part of tbt Territo- ry, and the Toir.cn and children were pre- to follow. St. IT. A dispatch dittud Lcavciworth states that thcncn-s from Utah is but tlmt letters received by Kich at the Fort, corroborated the gtotement, nnd that it is universally credited at Lenven- n-orth, that Governor CuinmingS cnter.eil Salt Lake City on tb.s Is1; of April, arid the army was ready at immediate action in case ofcmcrgency. 'J'he stcnincr Liu-ns, from tho MissotuH, ftr- vivcd here last night. 'She brings no further news from Utah. General Stukh had not reacbecJ LciTen- wortii wlien the Lncns left. A correspondent, of the Republican says tlvit the bandits in the neighborhood of Fort Scott, Kansas, number 230 iiieri, command- ed by the notorious Montgomery.---- They nre armed; and mounted on Heel'horses. They defy the U. E. troops, !ducenicnt to tlioso who consult convenience ancj swoar they will never be taken. Upwards 150 families have becu id driven, into Missouri. Three tho.iinivi troops, comiiosing tlie lo California or Europe, will be furnished all ihe information they may desire, :md nlfO oc protected from imposition in the pur- chatL-oi' X. of runnors who we are till, as ninny arc in saj ing flo. n ihc shortest notice. O.JSSNIXQS. to places by the Ft. Wayne anrt Chicago Railway :_e Pcasion Office. UKr'BRS TO Hon. S. FOOT, 0.S, Senate. llOn. .I.COLLXMHR. Hon. S. A. doi. Col. S. W, -BWKTT, Uacine, W Washinton, 18f'S. marlT DAHlEl SLAUSON, WUOLKSAI.E ASW KBTAIIi DEALEB Lumber, L Cedar tosts, Pickets, RAC1ME, attention given loordort. Shingles, Ttaber W.AC. 10 "Fort Forest, liHcyrus, Crestline, Mansfield, Wooster, Mussillon, ton, Alliance, Salem, I Encm Valley, Xewlirighton, I'i'.Uburgb, Miles. 147 2ST 205 278 I 231 331 357 487 CENTRAL R. R. TO Miles. Greonsburg, 10" .Ulair-viilc, MS Johnstown, 'A'.tootia, Hollidaysburgh, Hnntin'gton, Lcwistown, Jlifflin, Harrisbtirgb, CoKinibir., Lancaster, Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore by Harrh .MO '532 615 iK-1 CM 712 7-11 750 S18 .08 JOI1IV B. UOSS, HI. D. Ojfict and rr'iidmlct on Sixth Street ort-tdoiu'fwvi cur-iw of __ Lo tlia JJuptist dairA.. PAIiTlClJLAll' attention naiil t.o.thcprosarva- Yion ol the natural teeth, and remedying in reKuliirilioofthetecthofyoungpcraoiiB ArtilicialTccih inicrtcd.fromouctoan entire set. Allopera-j tiansentrusted to his charge, will be parlortncrt with neatness for durability mid usefulness, and j warranted to give TAMMANY HALL HOTEL, Owner of jXitssau-ard oppf- liU'thii Purl: arid Oily ;XEW T011K CITY.' This celehrate'd Hotel'iii atill conducted on the J'LAN'r OF'LODGING' and iner.ls; nsmay be.prdere'd, in the large and spaciou-.Rclcciory for LADIES', AS WJSLL AS GEKTJ.IDMEX, lEuvinp rcccnth-; added an 'clesrant' Parlor for I the orLadica. This Ho-. i tcl is iii the immediate vicinity of business :mcl of amiiMiiniint, and oQers every iiidnce- mciit to thosii consult cuiiveiiioiics anil eooii- o.nv Grst left. J.cf- f.rson. Barracks for Lcavcnwoitb. Gen. Barney arrived at Lenucnworth-on thc.l'Tr.h.' Secretary 'Hr.rtncll left for TJtih on' tho- St. Louis, A1 'despatch from- Independence 14th, says- Salt 'Laku.Mnil nrriycdi. Fort Bridget' JIarch wits overtaken by par- ti-S.wlio left Afiril 13. Col. 'Danc'ari'iv-il tit Fort Bridger 'having come through Salt Lake' Uity. ''Cimv mings with one or 'two. others, started (or Salt Luke City, .ttid before leaving domanded Parties ijmnprto Cnlifornm or-Eoropc, will he _scort from Col.' Johnston, which WHS'IB' furnished wilh'ftll the ir.forinution desired, 1UI'1M91IUU "llw be protected in -.he purchase of pasaage 11U5CJ. RIjl-S JbRO m.ir-MmW' -.Proprietor. 11 M E I ME! OF Safes i Safes i Safes: TUB mibscribcrs would calltheiitteutionof the business men ofIXucine ,anrl vicinitv, to the justly (cclebnued of Ed- __ __ ton-.who have on assOTtnient of Single and Double Door, F1RK PROOF SAFES, with Single or withiLoveror j the markctforthcbnilding _L aeanon of with fresh burnt Root River the cUy.croulhc 'Alio, any qnantity of itood buildings to iie.attiii His javv-inill. is.also_in aucccusful operation, 797 Green Bay Lumber. LATH ANDSHINGLES BIL18CVTTO STORAGE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. RACINE. nmhOttl. corn.r Ct-'.ham Ihn! all i- Racine, If ___ LUMBER- lAthV burg, Washington City, Harriaburg. "Ualtimctre, 8B8 DAX. W. DOSS, General Agent.'Chicago. J I HOISTOS, OcnMYroiKht Agent. VJtf JOS. 1J- MOOltE. Gen'.l SupH, THE Mllrraukce Chicago Ballroadi Manufactured thebcstniahncr, and at ihe lowest caah price lor which.ajjroorf. article can b0A08'ptcimenof their Safes'can1 be 'neon 'our ON'and after leave t'ac Station Ga-OXKTO FirstPiuwnger Second low. _ FiritPaaMngcrTr-tn Second. "ifth Ward, i where sawing if done Jj'ime Kilns and Stone Quarry at Saw-mill, on Uoot River, on the Raymond Plank1 Koad, Itf s Depot.. rcspeetfnlly solicited. WM. BES 1 LI-Cv-C-B; 1. A lot pi- Mj-nuf aoturer of Bricrt Peachesj OWED CHERRIES, rodi Bei'wick't i-w.rolll, at' the end of the br.die, on Koot River .one and t, half s from the Lake Shore'B.'B. aepot, the New. buut Lime hand kin, and delivered at the earn, or any part of the city. Lime purchased at thia kiln n warranted to-bt rnod anTjo be had iji the r. M M to la'rUolM to thlppsd'bj tkli Boadmajt e goodatobo S wu lu aid Reserve Cheese, aj-wioKHftJU's CH1CMSO STE11T DVB WtRKSi i .and laj out rienur-Grounila, -train all aorti of I'rultand Ornnnental Shrub- liery, Ordtri will Jo.by af.'ih'-'.ihop.'.of Mr: Main of-ty K'AC I Cspt.'JVarcy, was .within sixty miles of Lariiinic ivhcn the mail passed and would reach Brifior between thu '25th of tlio 1st of June. The opinion prevaM that there would be a-Dght. New'York, May IT. Iiicrbtsc in in decrease in circulation, increase in nominal'.'deposits, "incrcnfc 'in undrawn dcpos1h> total-specie, Wftshington, 'Tbe Southern mail .brings New Orloane- dates lltb .points., us late is due: 'The New papers contain .details of the news by-the Torincsseo. The arrival .of Jureaand. his staff at- Vera I Crux, sajg a letter from: makes that eity; the provisional seat of Vera to be Ztilojia it.. Gen: it is reported, would; short- ly mm.'. the- Bio had; revolted" put ito Turpwi point on ftvor of Zuioga, will, a lot of roHittrjr stores destined for the f ten 188 Wb OLD inform of that they prepared to Dye and -Uan Silk, 'Satin and Wopl.n and la the Qtnt '0, ded t 0, B. Wn'lU dyed to any ih'adei HI' work b> oxpreH 'wUl AXDEN.tlrlBLD AHI> .SBKDB r.-iHE i.b'iorlb--.wo.ld Itttam olUnm of A- MtH-'OMMd doonriutt ofr'-IMBmrdlt 9raf whuf wUl
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