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Racine Daily News (Newspaper) - December 29, 1858, Racine, Wisconsin __VOL. _ RACINE DAILY NEW'sT WHDiNESDS. MORNINoTPECyER 29, Ft'IlLI-SIIED KVKIiV .Mnr.MNCI C C L 1! M VIXCEPT -SO.VUiV.S, 11Y E N T Oiticu Corner of Slain 4: Third Streets. TEEMS OF DAILY PAPER 1 S CBSTSI'Hil WKKK, PAY.vni.K "liVri'.Y (UTTI'.DAY Oil, IIOLLAIIS r-tYAULB (JU.VILTEH- LY, 1SVA HIGHLY IN ADVANCE. .TERMS OF TI1G WEEKLY JOURNAL; .TOIl ON'U (STUICTI.Y IN OKK IIOL- I.AU VlFl'y L'K.NTS. J3S.T Poiitialy no paper join except upon the ubovo terms. KATES Of IN DAILY .NHW3. (TWELVE IISM.OBLSSH, Ah I! COC.iTED A SCeAIII.) for ono aqunre, one insertion, 75 For toch Blibsequcnt inforlion, up to one week, J cti, 1 suuaro 2 weck.-i, gj sqiiuro A 1 -1 weuks. 1 fqunre months, 1 square. moiiths, 1 -jqiliiro IJ 1 square U mouths. 1 equarc 1- IIIATILV jpaco uccunied in 00 10 od 15 00 _ '18 flO 20 00 r piiiiare.s aiul K OCCU'tieM "----7" 1 t., i chan stable quarterly 11 desired. Iwo squares lime, will midclinrgcd accordingly. Yenrlv ndveriisers wi'.i be held strictly Ihen business. oavcrib. i All oilier notices will be charged m ti rates. regular Mississippi RAIL ROAD Open to Davis, 90 Miles- (14 MILES FROM FREBPORT.} OV and nflor Taesdny, December 11th, 1853, "trains will nic follows, viz: GOING WEST, LEAVE: Ilcicine for Duvis, freight i acconi.. A. M. do. Jieioil, pusscnpor, 1'. M. 'GOING EAST, LEAVE: for llocinc, passenger, A. M. JJavis do.. Height uccoin., .M. Trains from Racine make close connections at Clinton with trains on the C-, St. P, 4 1'. K. B. .ror JiiiieiVillo, Madison and Pmirio du Cluen.. A. JL train from coir.'.ects at din- Ion with inornine; triiin froiic for Chi- I und ill liae'iuc wilb noon trains for Chicugo j ana Milwaukee. A M. train from Davis connects ut Kucinc wi'.b Rllernoon trains for Chioiiijo and V. ilwaukcc. SluKC leavca Davis for Ereeporc M. on arrival o: train from und louves Free- port in the mo in time to connec-. at Davit clso connect ill linvlinpton for Roches- ter and WV.crlbrd. und aiSprins.lidd lorGeueva. 1'reiiihl lul-ivui-dml with COLLEGES. y- Lei-.ded notices to be charged Mpcrccn.. Lc-al Produce Commission Merchants AL the foot ol Main Street, and Depot Warehouse, adjoining lliu Dcpo1. cl Racine and Mississippi Kail lload. AGENTS OF THE thr above named rate. I rp'" nraiU-e-.-.ijeinsnts ir.sertod will be charged proportionally to tbe number of squares for. i idverliiicmrnts inserted at Lhc ox- I Cleveland, Chicago in tho reaOing colur.iu, LINE Of i1 HO P E t. L It S ill coK.icctioa iviih the New York Central EaiL Koad, KEW TOSS WESTLP.N STATES I-IHE, On thu Eric Cunnl, nnd the Cleveland, Pii'.sburgli, anil Wheeling KAIL K O A JD. pOODS ihirpcd by llib Lir.u ivil: bo Ir.nded al U m our Warehouses in the river, and loaded direct'niu rar-i '.'or the Vif.nl, avoiding; all and extra charts, Our cliai-M will ii: no exceed One Dollar per :uii mi stieli Ciuodb M .-.ru n tlir. Third Story ff Go's new Hod; coriur Main and Public 'pCIo institution is in a most Uourishir.R con- _1_ di'.ion, hitvini; n piHromiSO DCflowed upon it ivVch -inVds "nuifviiic; evidence that the snipe- i fiicilities and advantages i: oilers for seen- and practical of the vano'ns bi-unelies of a Commercial Education are lai-orably tippreciuled by an Intelligent u-jddis- eoniir.r.iiily, FACULTY: W. T. BULL, Principal, Professor of Double Kntry (Thco- veliuul and I'raelicaij uni: Lecturer ou thebci- W.CL- of Accounts, mid Ir.ws ol trade JKO. G. McMVNN, i.eetui-cr on .Mathematics, and in charge- of Cnminm-cia'. Cmculuiiou Jcpari- Lecturer on Ci'OTimTeiid (Jo; vesTion.lniiee. JJon.U. r3. CHASE, Lecturer on Conr.norc-.al 'S Cll AT1LETT, Aasistanl in. Book-keeping lepjii-tment, iiEd Teacher of Business I'cnman- MISCELLANEOUS.. LANGLOIS ROBILLIAED, WHOLESALE B1IALKU9 IN Puints, Oils, Tarni-ihcs.BrmlicB Cair.phcne, Fluid, _- Turcie'ntinc, ir Alcohol, and can Window Glass, Glnss Wall Paper, No. 137 Sticet. npHEfolIowIiisarticlca ilwavs'on band, vli: Licsjccd Oil, i Window G'.om, Boiled Glass Jars, Sperm Elephant Oil, Whale ii'eatdfoot Tanners' Japa.i Coach Varnish, Xo. 1 V2 Furniture Dainar, Leather, MISCELLANEOUS. JEWELRY STOKE. HEATH ELKINS, ARE now receivinp; their Fall and Wintersap- ji'.y of Ooods.and in view of their largely in- creii.siiig trade have purchased a much larper sleek than has ever before been brought 10 thia-CILJ Quch as GOLD AM) SILVJEn WATCUES, 'ii thejustly eclebratcd Manufactories ol Juice James Slotidurd, David Taylor, Henry F. James, and others, both in hunting and open uj L_- Qj i M Glims Flasks, Sand Paper, I'uu? Knives, Glue, Sar.ults, Gold Leal, Oupan Tina, Bronze, Diamonds, Bkcfc, BUSINESS GAUDS. N. Wholesale M d r.eiail Denl-i' in Lumber Lath, eorn> r acu rn'st street, unnosiio the i M. K. H- H'-I-ot. Kueiiic. Ui'vivsO'i h ind, n litrgi'slticli oi'sciisonecl L'ombef, which will be sold cheap-lor cash _on_ly. "ISAAC 'cw Yrrk S'.ale, of the best kinds of full and nintjr Apples, Also. 100 bushels Cranberries, Jrom Lnsu Supe- rior, al Ko, Ib Union Hill ________ h. 150 MA Block of Gro- and Willow, __......... which'I am daily, iind for Bale nt Wholesale or Retail, cr lhac evrr, for ib Street. purchased a large fil I R Fruit, Wooden OObbls. in the eastern i pj ihc i r, nud nnd a riiixcwbU clainjtd for them above ihoPe of evtry other perhaps the most important of iK, lhei.7 "1'iUent Sun- pension reducing u pure aud sweet tone m Ihe upper octaves of the instrument. Ju lust twelve years they have received twenty ol wblcb were lira! premiums. Thcie, ill o of musical. judges, the opinious of eminent piFiaidts and LJU- aicfuns, present a Keight ol" testimony in their favor tbai cannot be resisted. If you instiumcnt. you lyijl do well to examine one of Kallei, HUT-IS Co'n. Kvery instrument is fully wmraniad in every ru- ipi-ct for one not provinp perfocl, luay Lu reuirced witljout crpcubc 10 the tbe worlli, cnaracter und pedect.'oo of !jcse instruinenis, lean oiler -great 10 responsible rieco.-iJ-hnnd l-jaaos tt- kin.iii i cxcbnnge, in JOHN BEt.'K, Racine Boot and Shoe Store, JJo. H- Main Street, TDK bent of-'vorkmen only employed. Partic. ular atteutiou to cusiom work. Me-idinL; done to order and on atortnoiico Idif
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