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Racine Daily News (Newspaper) - January 29, 1859, Racine, Wisconsin VOL. i: 08-281. I'CUUSUED KVEUV MCilXiXG BV C. CLEMENT. Ollicc Corner of .Main, Third Strceti, TERMS: OF' DAILY' PAVER ICX CENTS fT.it XvElTK, r.XYAEUS KVKEY, SATURDAY; on, rrvE DOLLARS YISA-R, PAYABLE QV'AKHH- LY, IS7AIOA1H.T1X 'ABVA-XCKl' TERMS OP TIIE'VVEKKLY ronoSK DOL- LAR AXI) I'll'TV CENTS. PoiUletly no paper sent exccptiupon the tbove terms. IUTES Of ADVKRTISINO IN DAIHY (tWKLVK HMD, OIH.JSS, ABJ COUMIill A 10.1'AHI.) For ono Bquaro, 'oao iudurtion, 75 oontB. For cocii rubsuquont insortioc, up to one week, 21" eta. 1 KCjuar1! "0 1 square o -weeks, _ 4 00 1 4 weeks, 5 .OP 1 pqujiru 2 S 00 t 1 square 8 months, ]U 00 1 square fi 35 00 1 square mouths IS 00' 1 square 12 10 00: EARLY per co occupies uoi to. eioovd thr.jy jrj.uiue.% and ugeiiblo quarterly if desired. not marked for it specified tiuie, will be continued, and charged accordingly. Yearly ttilu-rtijcrij will be lieid sU'ietly pi'rtaininpj'to their Hoclric Mississippi: i Open to i (14 -VKES FROM FREEPORT.y OX and after .December. trains will i-.m follows, j GOING Racine for Davis, do, GOING; v Davis for Racine, passenger, v A. M.i Davis do: A'. M.i Trnius from Raciuo' ni'nko''close connections at! CliciiiD with trains on-Ilie C., St. .1'. A H.-ll. R; for Mudisou Tind Prairie du Chiun. "i train frdin'Biiloit 'connects at- Clin- ton -from. JunekvilleJ'or Chi-: ciigo, and tit Racine with noon train's Tor Chicago' and Milwaukee. j train'from with afternoon trains for Chicago and Milwaukee. Stage lenvt-'B Davi'a for. Frc-eport. lit P. M; oh arrival ol train'from-.fttii-ineiutnd-Tcaves 'Free- port iiiorning'in-tiroe.tOjCOnnect. ut Davis with truio'for Racine. i Stupes also couueet at Roche's- ter and nnd at Springfield for Freight forwiirded iwith declO. Bup't...! All o-.her notices will be charge at the regular .PfOduCC Commission MCMiSjantS Public. OPIIT3 institution ia in a most flourishing, con- Turpentine, Ameri- Jars Wall Paper.-.Ac., Linseed Oil, 'Boiled which affordii .ft'putronnge b'estowe'd upon it evidence tbnt the supe-' rior facilities and atlvautagen- it .offers for acqui- ring a thprouch and of'the various.branched of a Commercial favorably appreciated ;by Bn'fntelligcbt'-and cerning rctical and1 Practical) rwid Lecturer'bn'the.Sci-' eacc of Accounts, and peuurul laws of trade-, r JXO. G. -Mciil'SN, Leuturer.oii Mathematics, and in clmrgc of D.cpirt-' ineot. J. B. ROWLEY, Professor of Pcnrnanslup.ftnd H ale Tanners' B always on handivii: 'Wicdow.Olasi, i Gloss HEATH ELKINS, "A EiV receirinff thelr'Fairftn'd-'WinterB'a'p- .ply 'if in viuw.of their trade have'purch'awed a nxuchlarger stock than-.Juu such.aa.. ...........3 .1 GOI.B AND.SILVJER fiom thejujtly celebrated ol'JuTei Jerijonson, James Stodtlard, David Tavior, Henrj 'Fl-Jameij and oihe'rn, both in huntiaj; 'and op'en i Lecturer o Ilon.C. S. Lecturer', ou'-'CuiniBercjel trunl i L. S. CHAnLEIT, bookkeeping :Depot Tether of Penman- Kacine and Mississippi-EaU'Eoad.' r'j jiroportiOQully To the number of urguinud for. Lerul advertisements inserted at the ex- peiise of the. Attorneyi: ordering thetn, and cot for the lugal proceeding, but collectable tit our usual time. Notices inserted in thu reading column, double rates, All notices reijuiretl to lie published by ttK. will be ctmrged the letcal rates. FAUR EA'ANS, (Successors to Vai-r k Attorneys at Luw, Rncine-.Wi.s. LKW1S X. KVASS. SANDERS LADD, Altf-rney? ftnd Coutiflcllors at Law. Office in Ti- B'lock, south-front. i.'ir.l] [.-Wholesale and Retail Denier in Lumber, Lath, and Shingles, corner of Main aud First streets, opposite the 11. M. R. Kucine. on a large stock bfsetisoneit Luaiber, which will be sold cash Idli' ISAAC BliKBECK A Manufacturer? of Soap, nnd Lard Factory on tho corner of Sixth aEd Centre Sts., Knoiuc, AVis. n. KIDDBB. E. M. NORTON CO. MAXUfACTIIJlEilSitDKALERilX Greeii Bay .'Lnanb AND S HINGLES BILLS COT TO 6KDER.'' next lo ihe Ijfttcc. loot ot aiain St GREEN BAY LUMBER. Taylor, Murray. Co. WIIOLYSJIL K 4 RETM 1. SEALEKEIN Shingles. Cedai Buffalo, ChickgOi LINE OF Kunuiiig in conaocticn with'tho Central, Kail.. NEW TOKK JtWESTLKN; i On Hie Eric Ike 100DS tinded at d. loaded GOODS (Lipped thU_Lino rfLho 1; -at our M'lU-ehouse.-'.-in the-.river, an direct into cart for carti an'd extra cbarg'eb. Our charges wiil'-'in TIO case exceed Ono Dollar per ton on such .-hippc'l j.er.Rail Road, and !our Shillings.per ton on City "i to N. -B'n "way, THK COLLKGIATE'OOtmSE1'- jlri Lbia InBtitutio'n'iti fullicoaiplctc anil thorough, 'ihclutling''an'elaborsto work on Ilai'iro'fui 'Book-1 found inno.'othor 'Comicercial-College in' the Stntu. A knowledge of this c.oluplctOTVOrk ODJ lliiilro'adirg worth more, to, tho 'Ptudcht than tho tuition fee paid for the entire course. -X.THE JR entirely KO] and in Sued il of thie infLjtutiun.are perujancntly Jicrard it Co'u large new brick iilfordEng. largo and elcgflnt the' prOFiiecYns-. .con- dition of togiitber with thu uxtcniiivo- r.t-is rin'd'tli'on'i.uganeBB of the. couryb.bf tho Principal to extraordinary n.dvari- Saad. Paper, 'Potty l Smalts, -I -i i No. r I1 Leather, Had 'Crayons, large uud Anioricad WillPuper, Bordericgs; Oil Plain and Figured Paper Ourtuias. Puper' Hanging 'attended to. on jhort notice..: .'Idif. JLAlNGLOrS
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