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Racine Weekly Advocate (Newspaper) - October 11, 1865, Racine, Wisconsin COMPANY. Office Sfo. S Milwaukee, S2.60 I'JKtt YJEAH. 50 Ooiil-H oil" iri'Kld I" Font Office. 'VOL. NO; 41. TbU Compa Letllliture of SuLo of d by tlii. proccdl ojiflc to the ilcvclopnic which comtit of two coal'i ether iliffcfl Uot.ilri.-il mill Midi ire on Mill ait tliy Joyful toinln 1 illil lu of o sfitrmH, tlltll mill t look waary, tnly for one mil nillM -'fO'" Mcnilvlllo unil clfiln "illw from Mill Orctli ruo. llirouijli cunlerof mile .nil "1-i.t.rdj of oochunartd ,mi V uf iinu bo'lrK w- rllory. TUorc ll room for one Ihouwml pul UUtk M "I' l5 ftr urouuil d.uM. Hi" oil of ....ulliy for oa Rroooil. Tlio iwnlou of
j- "Any thing that 1 can do for Watts, you-niay freely command. "That is proinisi iiig1 more than you .ofthe Inke'to-.ebb; and flow. Most of the summer siuialls of wind, space or-seetioii in- iiv causing, the other sections of the IttfceiHjvery-lirnitea. Thus1''.i' sqliiill -li'iay. 'the South shore andivifli'-calm 'on1 the North wind blow-insffom iniotii it -no "5. to '.eomirion'- sailing- breezes er pom -reference which expand'and cover1 largo sections o 'country, generally., a straigh1 course, aiid'absorbiug and.carrying witl and adverse currents of wind 'tiHv'met -a form sentence'alter sentence at the Measure of the operator. Its'.idaptatioi xi-TiHisicii'i wmposition1- was aptly illus- rated-on the piano forte. .'A number of upon each of the sides of which a.difi'erent. bar; which, reai xigeth'civ.liarmomzeil into a. regular Jieme or melody, placed .111 the iiacbine- and varied at, pleasure by Wru- ng the handle, the same arrangement or rarelv recurring as thc same combinntior. of pattern and ialiedscope. _ d color m the following curious stovy appea in.lhe-.N'ew- -A fe days tine's -last-visit to.Berlin, :i..commissione .National Government ai i-ivcd with a .Swedish..'.passpor from Stockholm. ..On pfcseiitingbimsel to bis'fellow commissioner in. the I rua siiiii capital'; the latter' informed him tli: apital' two Russian had formerl in the-insnrrection had determii the .GjrandDuke ou Ji o bo l.iscd out of cxisiunct-; and- the cost ol ccping them" made so' Jiciivythntnonc cnn .if- or.J w usvo Uicm. If they nro-ft luxurj- -ori.h hiviiig, at Uiarisk of injury .w others, bey ave a luxury worth. roundly for ,e privilege if indnlgins- o bave -the right to shoot down every unrcg- s'ered. unmai-kcd.-ana. mituxod dog, founu uvav from owners premises or presence. ThcVunu.il to the country Iron, the slcal- hv depredations of thievish nnil mutton-eat Md should be wrested do-s is e rnrocdhuoly. ihcep. Kill tho dogs .md t.ic Canal- 'Vc'lcarn that li-ctiv'e .ire com- menced on tho Portage 'Loke-and Lnke_Supc- Canal; and it confidently .anticipated tii.it boau will be: passed: through, by Uie Ih-t of. November of ncxtycar. rortagc Lake, as our readers are generally ..ware, is fi wennw. ake Superior, cutting Kcwennw.) oint ia two, much a.1 Sturgeon Bay cuts ott let of La almost ia 1'cninsnla of Green Bay. Tt is navigable for all cmft to wjihin'wo mi'ics h-cwcnaw Point nnd when :i c.mnl ii mndo t narrow neck of tmal. narro miles of sailing will be avoid.ng i.li'c rather dimgcro'us navigation ar ThcGovernni'i-nf-liiis provided- hb- around the Po'int. ifiht h part of which .will be only. 10 be 131 feet in depth 'de' di nly. the canal h epth' for all 'chuscs'of vcwcls. Tlic piers- ie Western end will be ,of. crib 'J work an LO iiHi LI1V .iv v------ ijn; MUaovin W.IN. WpTbini: to revenge themselves, stone, ami the- nauiral_cpiifor- of their le'shot." iVitwo commission- of il3df.' ,r willing to perfovm.' But to break tne ice at. on'ee, do you want a an" A wife? don't know: Do you want a'.husband7" I'do; the'worst way. 'I don't you .may .think 'mebold, and deficient'in that maidenly modesty be- knew- my "the affliction1. 1 suflcr, .1 think1'it Xvouia be somc.ftxeusc.for iny my.-heart-tliat you thought: of, .the conse- llilUULllULL A, _ -fr-r -IT tlic Would ,ro say-it'rovcrently, a. a Lft .t. miri which re- ression, of the Indian mu- immediately, sue-: ceedmg' proud cyor.y, .American, -1 been1 imbued in the. blood- of buy a "how it.i.e.r.'- a hundred .weight.. five and. Look-here, this "ive me some: meal.-for it? T a :yo'u (lou'l mean it- e: assent and .-mankind, .on. approaoi tie acatroldhsSchttones.must tell, M.1 if-I catch the tone are.already .powerful for the American Bepublic the -.tnecuon- large proportionjoi but iwror queiices said my Lam are' am a stran- 'almost -erazy. Let mo explain. You one_ els'e'.know.; of my father. His habits are fixed beyond amendment, and- his property-is-.wasting like' the dew before the of harpies ar.e sndiruin.an'd misery nare us in the.faee. WVn.re-.-.-alinost-.is1 equally -beyond a doubt brought to light that mil in question had at' some-'time or other been, ft mother. This is'all'that is lus yet known'o'f-'this extraordinary story. The motives tliat.occiisioned.aiid: thc.tinic. when coinmcnced this singular deceptinn- 'are bothshrouded-in'-Diystery. 'Bu: thus, it staiids'an'Miidubitiible fa'istj.thiit.it.jwo1-. man the' British fought one -.duel and had sought many more, had 'pursued; a h.i_d; rc- ce'ivcd :i diplpinai and' had 'acijuireel; al- most a i celebrity, for-skill'-'as.': a- surgical supposed. JAMES SUDAN, Sr.; ngular religious morcnimt -WM -.begun Engliiiitl a few weeks.'. ago. tl t -starin gors "it is truerbufl-hnve.-observed you 3Tour habits, i-you'r jndustry and 3Tour habits, i- 'the care and .prudence ith.-wjuchsyou The 1'ro'rcijsor Gippoft's long priiecs- .j _ .1 Vnt iiT-n nf lo the-- measure... From. statement .n-de by Rev.-.F. formerly of SU, Edmund Hall, gitl. or, the following 'mdicat-ioi.s of __ An institution" Ihc title Association Piomo- lion of the Unity of- tmile_ in a bond of "p'rayeVmembersboth of the clergy 'and-'litily'of'thcBqniin --ionB'' become black of ttii trary of Neptunian, ori timoiii-.i'a6a conditibii, Tb'at. tticy'iirc, uian origin, ,'iiiirt ono'; p'roreil only, by- clOHUrcs 01 ccrijuii cry.Btalsj" gc.rmin'iiun'g and ...cv.eu1 -''s acceted. c'rs; would only I briii" disgiiree on the Polish-cause, detcr- prevent' it, -md-'at -the same ime not' to betray the'omcers in question. 'heytlien, began -to search all over the own for the officers: and -at last, alter andering about met ne of them cab. -They. followed liin to the Russian Embassy, ..where -he.. alighted and asked. the porter when the Sraiid Duke was tb'arrjvc. The porter To-inorrow levcniog, at "10." Tlid'ofiicer' then 'turned away, and was about iiito''lns'''cab, wlicn he was 'of tlie 'Poles, who' thus addressed him you'- have' served in- Polish arid1 -wo'u- intend- 'to" murder the Grand -Duke with nieiat-once to.thc Polish Commissioner; or.l.will have you, arrested; by thc-Prus- sian "The.oflicer, a- young: man of. 27. -then allowed. him.self to ;bi; taken Greek mi-ji-.. it is said, thu .di- visionn for .their 'healing.; union of. thone three cUim for UiomitWea the.lnli1 of, t pric bood and- tho mnde. "Tl.oy'Are1 any principlcs'-whlclftheyi rightly or wrong- we for Uio.p'rp'motion of The names', of-the, me'mboriijiire ;kept i''.t ln._ w'i y'stati o'lvfof 'that jjur p pse and a _si x; _ shooter was'found- upon! him." -A' quart, er of an-hourafterwiira th'e Grsnd -Duke with --the1 brother of the Jiing-of the-Bnissian Ambassador, his life to his of ene ake is a Imrbor of iladf. -Ibis is an. impoitant work for aU.lhc.5i.pc- lor region, and indirectly for, .the Wc.lt. "It t in good and' energetic Hands. The follow- ni arc the officers J. Scctc.arj-, b. EUWAHOS; C_ 0... Mrcctorp, Tl X" AVEHY, and..C. C. f Sew. UAXSOM SUBinos ot'Houghton: ndJ. M. Wjxsi.owof.-St. Advocate. e _ _ i'D Si. floater rays: A.: -on this roait Dforms us tl.it.hc liits.now over one. hundred men at work, and cxp.ccui.to liavo two miles of in-udin" done liis He would 'ho vtsrj- to- get laborers mttberiiisaBrts.tttcurcii-y, owing lo the lato- less of the season nnd.tl.o.numbcr of men rc- uiretl'on 'other rontls.- Mr. Morns oolow the cilv. Before the opening of spring isiircsvili be'takcn ber atoonii to.puah. UiCi-vork rapidly, .if it .oyident tiey, cannot be obtained it home." ,Tlie' construction of the sevcrnl railrbiulanow'iindor'-itij' intliis-Suae will require l large nutnbor of labouig'mcn for Bcrcrnl years to come.., An inyitinj: field is open..UJ m a sljort'titriclo-.make good dei-s, J.OC-AVLUiarop ScotL, Sjirucc by nrc uii. popersrprintcd Wicrj -Dry-Good Uiia ere 'JV.iiMr'an'd'a.urw. of the will juffcr-idcUyi.--; -Ji.i --ta; H. All
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