Racine Daily Advocate in Racine, Wisconsin 1 Oct 1853
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Racine Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - October 1, 1853, Racine, WisconsinVol 1. The Orric or Rochau c. Celt tar editor and proprietor. taken for a Jess Lerm Ilian j months. Hates of advert Islyn. I Square per year in nil i , 111 my i n ill i 3 ill i 1 j 7j i l weeks i i a 1 t 4 ill j i or less make a Square Vertise innels Rafiei Reading Mailer itch cent Advance in tin above Rales. Advertisements not d Villi written Ilir c Notis Wilt be in Eilet until for Anil ordered nut. The privilege of Aimi Ial advertisers isl mixed to their. L in . Racine saturday october Javery stable 1ai St Hekt r i Sci it be t n not p. R is Partie Whir can i ii is in in the i Mam a Ruik of of every description. Lie flatters himself he ran eur am at la a. Soli a h1 far everyday work. T Ceno. I ii a in Street. Kai ii a ii. T. S. A minus. J a. Van j and Silver u alr.lir--. Lew Elev perfumery j fat. Main . . In n slows. Stove , Lolli w i i Fite. 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