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   Racine Daily News (Newspaper) - August 4, 1858, Racine, Wisconsin                             VOL. I. RACINE, WIS., WEDNESDAY RACINE DAILY NEWS. ri'DLKuen EVEUY EVK.MXO, EXCEPT SUMIAYS, BY JOHN' S. I! A W K S. Office Corner of Jltiin fc Third Streets; TERMS OF DAILY 1'AFEB-': TBS CTStsrsn WKBK, PAYAIILK EVKUY SATcr.nA.Y; 'on nvi: noi-LAiii I'liR VBAU. L'AY.utLK tjL'.uiTKR- LV', I.SVARIAIILV IS AUV.VSOC. TliUJIS Of THE WEEKLY JOURNAL: yOKO.VE VKAU, (STEICTLY IX ONK DOt- no imper aent except upon the above terms. KAIL ROADS. MISCELLANEOUS, Racine  ntb a deBcnp- tion of tiicir cases as to a true and reliable meaaa Tjortment, Feather Work and 1 Porte Ladies'- .and. Cubasv- and .Tra-rcling hags, Pocket Cutlery, 'Accordeoiis, 'Flnuaaj, Flntes, 4c.; 4e. A large -assortment of Fan-., cy Goods, Toys, Ac., eipressiy. -for the Holidays. A cent massacre. Xhe.ViC armed, so that she-could it ficier.t to send a Pacha to Jedda, but .meas-. iircs.must.be.taken-to indicate British .-pies-; .tipe-initha-East--, In tie'tlie House af Oomthons SI. D'Tsrv stated that, there cation biitween the English., and ,'Amor.icaiK. Government, respecting the recent of cure. And he proposes to treat the unfortu- nnte, anil in cise of extreme poverty and iug, for a sum that will only cost of the Kwiicmo. Tn-all ilisonncis which atToct mankind, arising from abuse nf nosuftl the married or single, mule or Uuhbell may be consulted jiviviUcly'orsecretly; no matter what the disease njiiy-.be, he-will -furnish them iviih delightful and pleueant remedies that will strengthen the whole nervous system, and too, by remedies that the slightest injury nuiler any eircuicsUnct-P. XOTIIF. troubled with irrejju- Princ'e Co.'s Mclo'deons.' Shut Kiitic; Mtladtm and other tn- ----rMjlMkt. is All of which wo will sell atwholecale or rotax. as low- as can be bought elsewhere. Watches nnd.Clocks repaired and warraatsd. R'ucine, Mai-ell, LANGLOIS J. CAVEN, and Ornamental 1'aiuter, Gilder, Groirer, Mr.rbler.ie., 1G1 -Vain Street, Kacrne, W i- CONGRESS HALL. 'ITtl. 2'KOPRIETOR. Corner of MiUn arid Chatham Streets, near Wearnboatlanding well furnished, m the latest sty tlie charges are moderate. ISAAC BUBBECK CO., Manufacturers of Soap, Candles, and Lard Factory on tbo eornur of Sixth and Centro ou., RHuine.Wis. ISAAC 11. KlDPaB. N. PENOLETONj Wholesale mid Retail Dealer in Lumber. Lutli, aud J-irst streets, Trainsleuvo'the Michigan 'Southern depot, as iaritiofv weaknoBi, and other eomplainte peculiar follows: tcithofomalosystoin, will speedy cure by New York and Philadelphia Express tA A u. calling as nhovc. Bunnir.g to Pittsburgh with, but one changeof curs, und twochanges ol cars to Phila-! Revere Hotel: delpbiaaa-d Baltimore, I HIGHLY niPORTAXT.TOJEJIA'LES. lo toe i i-outeto Ph'aadelphiu.liaKoiore and j -All those wiiose, health will not udmit-of be- only Wushinpton City. The fii'i-i- to -Vew York having been reduced makes it as low as'imy oth'er ron'.e. Thetimo od, and it is thoonly route from Ch equally t.s pood hicago bv which baggige is chccku cUy'to >'ew a is checked through di- Baltimore and coming mothers, aud wishing quiet aceommoda-1 tions nn til restored, niid tosdcnrc the servi- ces of oiiepf the most experienced in tin; United States, will ple Box' Chicago, III. uddrejH Pout Office marl'1-lyG Tare as Low othci- Thetrnveliog pnblicvill see the udvjvntuge of taking this new and direst route, beii'gtho short- and desirable to Ladiot, -'or Gflnttemen aceomjiiiiiied by Ladies or children, avoiding the iiiuy changes of curs, tud tlie of re- rthiuslos oorwr of Mam aud route the bag- to Lumb.f, whioh wii: be sold cheap-Tor cash. Forest Trith trains oniladRiv-rroad to Day- ton f.Tid Cinciuuati. (AtCwstline, with trams on the Cleveland and Columbus B-ailro'ad to to all bnsmeVs en-1 Cincinnati, Newark, ZmMvilleimd Whsclhig. only.______ .U. N. CHAPMA.S, ArroxyEY A.W end Xiititr? PttUie, WOCKS III. Will iitteud promptly irnstedto his care, m the courts of tlie adjoin. inf counties of and Boone, nud Hock and Walworth cbuntit's, 19S CARY, 1'ARR EVANS, Attorneys and Coansellors at Law, und Solicitors iu Chancery. Olliceovcr Kaeme County Bank, I Racine Wiscondu. F. .fc E. will trausaetpromplly all business i'S arriving in Chicago on nay of the riiudu, will liud ugtnts sX the dt- p'oU to receive checks undcouvey.bagj Age free of charge to tbe Pittsburgh und Chicago cure. JSevariicular anH ajlifor Ticfati iy. Fort Wayne. for saleutall principal-ticket offices the weft. !i THOMAS JEFFERSON STILL 'SDRVIYES.Y oj Jtjlinddiinis... Randall's Life of Jefferson, ,RY HENRY 8. RANDALL, Iti.P IX.THKEE ampiiR the former are two' portraits u'f'.Mr.-Jeflcriion', ,one from a-pictnre La .of fiimilv, never 'Tiefofe piiblisliedi aa'd'consfd'e'red by them the beatlikeness of him extant. A view 01 from a John'A-. Dix, lORderdiiriog the lifetime of Mr. Jefferopn. comprise, other ourioui'-and.interesting QET11L IN Paints, Oils, Cattlphcnc, Fluid, Turpentine, Alcohol, overture, that .her majesty's should offer, to the-U. S. apian for their con-; siddration; which should accomplish'the ting down of.th'c.slayis cingany Her Government-had accepted that offeri' and_ were now.engaged in tlie consideration1 of plan.whicli.they belleveJ..-woald satislkctorily.-; accoiiiplish' all -the.objects.both i.parties 'p'e- GJauR JnmaodJFlaskJi, Pntty, Wall Paper, No. 137 Mum Street. rpHlifolloviriiigarucltsalwmys on haiid, viz: Glass Jars, Glans Flasks', Sand .Paper; Putty Knives, Smalls', Oil, Boiled' Sperm Elephant Oil, Whalo NejiLsfoot Tanners' Japan Couch Varnish, Furniture-" No. ndi H- was captured on the jofJun'e. .Tfie cayul.rj.asd vrcre.'in-. windo-n- P1111611'' the enemy. Oudc -continued'u'n-' Lookiag-glissplatcsjdisturbccl. r statement that tb'e Eren'cjli troop.s are.to.be' withdi-ajra. from Borne, Tt is stated that Prince Napoleon TrouM bt nanied'as sooner or la- ter. h The commander of the: French naval 'sto- tion'of haef. Gold Leaf, i. established a basis of a treaty.relative.'to fisheries with a'.nature satisfaction to conw.rrjed. A Marseilles telegraphic dispatch aiyg-that- sefious revolutio'nafy'rnOTerrients but'nnibng the Christian population of 'Bronxe. Lump Block, state of insurrection: Figured Faptr Cnruius, pronouncoi ;.a Glaiinjf.'and Piper Hanging ittsndod to.on.short bio totally unfit -for. sub'mariiie. notice. Jdtf J suggests- thm copr-. i wire' covBred; with'j'gutta perclw, undertaken.imder Iftmiljv with an unreuerved access GEOttGE CHIPAIAJt, Pittsliurgli, Ft. Wayne .and Chicane Kail way. the Pension OlScc. REFERS TO rfon.S.Foor, U.S. Senate. Hon. 0. C. CLAY, Jr., U. S. Soaiue. .do.. Jlon. S, A. Downs. do. Col. H. W. hiiciiie, Wis. WnshiiiKton. .C.. Jan.. NORTON CO. MANUrACl'OIlEUSiDKALERSIjr Green Bay Lumber. LATH AND S HIN GLES BILLS CUT TO ORDER. Vard uoxi to ilir t.jiUo. root of JInlu St .ic.: TO Fort Wayne, Miles. 147 Grwnsburg, 287 -Blaii-sville, CENTRAL R. R. TO Miles. 540 J.OCKEK .CO.. STORAGE, J'ORWAKDISG i COMMISSION MERCHANTS. RACINE, Creatlioe, 273 .Altooni, I Minefield, 291- Wooster, -SSl.-.Huntiugton, 615 Masaillon, B5? Lewistowo, 04] Pauton. 3dO Jlifllin, 404 Alliiuic..-, 333 Iliirrisburgh, 7Ii Salem.' 80'6 rhiou 421 7oO New 457 Phihuielpliit, '618- 465 'OOS Baltimorc'by Harris-' .707' Washington .Harrisburg. and Tliikiinore; 836 PAX. w. BOSS, General Passenger Agerit, Chicago. USTONT. Ceii'IFrciahi'Aeent. afOOKE.'Gen'lSnp't. -s. period of ____ siity the. whole farming period of tic 'Republic. The'work con- tains, beside.) Mr. Jefferson's ..heretofore-! unpub. Ijshed family correspondence, selcctioni.from his driest published lettors, State Papors, Ac. -.7. J. HO J iiuf X CO. Wurohousj eoruer Chattain.and Doelc. S A I.'T always on .sale'.. The HdilroiidirnV'k. rons'tip to-the Warehouse. Kacinc, March 8, K A STEAM Tiicto Milwaukee Chicago Railroad. OK and after Monday, 30th Trains will leave the Station in the .Fifth Ward, us lo'l- Train, Second i Froii-litTrixiD, r .V. 4402 p. u A. it lEiaft-aacs- Kullclini; Mill -Oi'ist Mill r. Motice to FrciKhcfirS.' J3i! Is o (.article's to. ue'slji'pp'ed by tliisltload {mist the j'o'odiitobe rind plainly marked witli.Lhe B. Jn'thi; dtpartment of the. biography cmbracinK some mutenals which have alreadybeeu.publish ed, it has been Jlr. RnndalTs' aim, as often as C AMD kUTAi: Ship Clia H (11 No. American ManilJH.and-Hussikn.Ropeofall-'giipsl Marline Spu'riyarrr-'Canvaiis, and C.ndle'Wicks.' Itf i VThbleEJile .and EettJI Dealer sboii Price of .iti Per sot, ,3 volumes, feat cloth, On delivery. do do do do do librr.'rvsh'ecp, .iuw 00 'J On' .05 hf oranticjue, TJ UO T.nrtoy, T8-Qn AT W. A. PORXUU'S, -AT W. A. .OPPOSITE BA.CIISJE G'ALL anj'tfaiis'fy yonrjell that it is so. V will.- wortWin'ore-FurnitUro at'cost; for' oasb.- 'A laric quantitj- Ojtyjiulrson tiniid'. AJso till tin'dsot Uu'rca-as, t-ies-What-'Nols, ic-.-'ic. ic Railroad Scrip wanted.. t I Produce taken in excbaage. Notice.- %.i.oC or to- I this A.nil by strict a'.toa'..i6n to thc.wr..'its .ol mj WE To be.able lo the jjt. j. w to HA.- B. Goo'ds d'elrverfcirtoiiny 'pin-tof' free n; itf SnEtJ.ERi: dUtinctly-u'idwBtood -by i everybody and their that 'Mniii Street, jnst tlip plac's to buy anything and ove.ry thing tlialj ij aoeded-for fumily. u'serfoHcis money ih-lliicino City or County..'. He -to. piyenotkouWnd.do'.lars rtntjtad have to- ''1 mi Mcrohitnts ampty stelvcs and collars, may biow and; as nmph.-as. they jiloaie, but MlL'LEIl Ima goi the L'ARGEST' -ASDBEST STOCK' OJ1 The Bullion in. the Bunk; of England L .-X meeting' .B." shareholders K-i's'hel'l.'in Loudon on tbo 8W j ult. ;It.was.resoiv.ed to-appoint a London Board, and endeavor to make puj1' vision" New' York' on; behalf'of European A tation IB-to proceed to .New York- to tiic Corapuny. .being -pledged', prbvio-is' concurrence "of the' SADDLE, No. 98'Main-at., rTSEE would 'he.ttaine the. people .of letjis-wijnre'd Jihat Iw He h as -cow oil FL ci.xf i.s' i. Wine E and >f fltyles of from inislicd .foi'kllnrnessJorfrti-m use.., 7" i'-'it iginee'sof the-TcrybtststTlcof workmanship7.aiU" large .Assortment on- ''Car-maze Trimming and repairing done with and dispatch. Iwif. ,1. .'W.'B.NQLISB Vcrjptibn, of -Silk, Satin' ond; Woolen GiSHr.nd: COiU-KTRyjUODUCir Silks watered iu tho .P.anr.i ro'paired. ro'pared. N..B; tjycd'lo' worlt'scnt 'by Joiie nuJ. ruturneil witMtomt'-.li'.J-' ntzt door.ta 'Jte Sapl itteati.o'ii.iaitl to rind Scales, fur siilr.. ALL. tkosc "of .to upon cbrnti-'of'Sixlb i   

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