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Green-Bay Intelligencer And Wisconsin Democrat (Newspaper) - December 30, 1835, Navarino, Wisconsin er VOL NAVARINO DECEMBER 80 1835 frNO 1C A I A C P Aradt b THU dulUn ttt MB E a A- per Schooner Gunpowder in do Tobacco I do 1 Loaf Lump do toil Black 1 1 hhd W India do Pepper 1 1 ilo N Orleans do t bigs and 2 Jamaica Ruin I and Coffee Gin Chocolate and Cocoa Maderia Wine do A At u n and arc the old prepared I a anj of and I keg Merchandize suited to place auJ Cinnamon of Stanli SHailS strained Oil Tatting drab and plaid ing Quilling anil In- JO pieces ant capes Pilot blanket cloths Lace and 20 pieces grey white Merino Silk and Saie and III tit Shawls 10 pieces Valencia long Shaw's dold Sherry Superior Pott Common do do do do do COVE TOI II tkl harp Jxl o cr w Ami won thuot I Champa gne 2 boxes rup 1 drum Zinte do 1 basket Sallad Oil 1 Stoughton's bitters 4 doi Pickled 1 do oter HARDU ARE A A fine of fine Cutlery Blue reel and Drefs handkerchiefs a ter large inj found 6 in that line j CROCKERY I The largest assortment erer brought to this I place of tne most modern and term ALSO Cut 4 Plain Glasses and common Decanters Tumblers Lamps Silf China Mantle and nta Cream Wafer A well selected assortment suited to the market BOOKS AND STATIONARY Blank Receipt Map and anil Pocket Tracing paper Books Lead School and toy Sands and Inks Paper Quills opaque Writing letter paper and clarified Wafers sealing Y A selection together with I Tortoise shell and Horn Hair and j Side Combe Pocket Dressing and fine tooth Combs 1 bale L I1 3 point blan kets Gauze and Taffeta Kib 1 nale 5 point Fronch L nil red blue AV 10 pieces Cambric itt 10 do plain anil 10 pieces white green eil and flannels 12 pieces plain and and French ureel Book 8 pieces plain and fig ured ft printed 2 pieces colored Batiste de Nap Silk 2 pieces Muslin Gena de Suisse do French Cambrics Florence Satin Printed Muslins Muslin do Cloth 210 p French Swiss American black brown Buckram pesos Scotch and am 12 pieces 0 4 licking Cotton and 10 do 44 do Hose i I Hose Double Corsets and bine k j Skirtt netting Wire II S and kid and superior Candle Wick and skin do Italian Amcr can and Men's socks India sewing silks 1 2 ami twist 100 and Clarks brown sheeting DOES and Sewing eot do bleached do ton 30 do brown thirling White mil red cotton 15 do do Flannels CLOTHING black brown Valencia dress I silk do and trock Thibet elo ue bla k and Silk Velvet do ed PUm and figured and pantaloons Camlet Cloth and blue rino anil Satmett Mens Camlet Cloaks Blanket over coats Fustian Corderoy and Woolen and buckskin and mittens lit ick and blue cloth Comforters above u th innumerable other articles tound m a store can be had on the most reasonable Green Bay Dec 15 1530 FOR TALL AND WINTER JUST opening by the subscriber opposite the Post Office a Irish supply A GOODS to the consisting of DRY GOODS i bo i fn ur And lur I U Of utie uf t i i roe v ik Thu uag M tl to Ik lost It I 111 1 She oft hu in ULLI uu But naw her taice u I lam Th hich uo lU i wnh mmen ify g n And tpring Kt tu w a -s wai a bring our E ch in her J lo mrt And She k en g oil m r blue 03 Ip as if Tta 1 lu light frum then nmt not For yet ihy wilh joj i Around my thr harp in 1 1 t irs Again o or mr And magic lach 1 HU KIM lu hear lli t TIIE JiTATE i 1 he people of 1 KIN oi the natural ot I and of right guaranteed to j br tin ot to form a con- xi I M ve and to claim tin i as n state i This l hi MC v HARDWARE CROCKERY ifc ALSO A NEAT ASSORTMENT Ot I JEWELRY all for on terms The public are respectfully invited to call and examine ANTOINE Nor 18 1835 n little out of era lit C i ml would done in ui January BY WAY t up from this 1 id li not hi n impressed tli in nt Lin the void Its auel rning on either side with ing and tree tups dipping their shadows in the deep blue waters ford a feast to the delighted cj e not often surpassed Here the quiet may find ill a tion as fair and a s id ns ri h I1 he ut can wish Here the i iav Ins M elm his ambition tlie itoi may sit down nnd tint till im- lost in ol gold that life is ir too hoit to tiie a retreat m roni may i firm v Vests Bin and tit Vests Cotton woolen shirts sat Cotton and Woolen PLUS rat Caps Fur Gloves STIFFS India Rubber Over and and A- ips and Plain and furred and risers a and Carefully repaired at shortest notice and on the most reasonable by W HARRISON Shop opposite J Wheelock's Hotel December 2 1830 BALED PROPOSALS will be received by tence a SKA by I h his hands h P ih claims the hillc i nn this is i 01 sense perfect dre nun iSi l so i i t i n dear mil vui will sny that no lie spirit is to sec all tins Look at site for the MilL elam now m nt This dam when Completed will tani water enough to propel as wheels as can be placed end to t and of anj in At j 1 towr Ins rec il- ly been laid out I ist month lots to the amount ol i n tli v bis have been is uut the brg n nmg There arc Mot K -s ih in t moio between this rnd win n dams nm be built with less i iml the of t FORT ARP until o'clock on lo thf j dear Mr to make H M United States Troops at Fort Howard null i ol what I swing TI i T T S ED SELF l for two jears the of July JO Thr beef to be delivered in quantities I birth u t i and ar bright i- i ol tO till Mill II li ejr on to id- e nn SHOES required by tie IK uu c i m f ts n n i ire in s L- it 11 r ar d and will order a board of survey a of if the Post itt op i not of tde roc by the contract will hc per required Berf M F H ittootexc t n ir n IK p a I ci i I if If 1 i r 1 S I to a 1 f if r a u t to tin i cl MM lup 11 nnd Ins n c i j i ol lli it i Lieutenant of lu -si lie a ii pu si n mve in directed on tin inn M in 1 lu has b c n e in ed into etli 11 another pren in the the k were dn to inea thn d u u ol IK tu it ill s in the exercise ot tin ir i holding commissions under tiie authority of the United States until superseded un- di r this constitution and U Mud r and ol the bee that Ii of a Governor I ibt month nnd a ul U tlie ol tlie slate to UK 11 and Michigan to te a no such is as a and of tlu n lu or as leimm here long as think llu Imp no ni in The d emit and respectful the and got eminent nt the to abstain all by in collision iul ot tun union e ingress met to us is u r slau IK CCbS u pa's n law or a pun This course on the ol the and legi ot IK only and right loi Us 11 f Ii is various matle social to tor the of a 1 iw lui he of Oi i lUtC but in point ot right 01 J istice I to act upon e t eil that sli ii id a much fre iter population thin i her to uln is a Mule JIHO tin union and to tike the steps a view to th iti nd The se the di- rt i i j Hi to be i ed l- I lA Ti i which m we ii in 11 a Tcint rv e hj I i tli I fat ill s and pee tli icm Timed ill the lights i id to ed in llif liom which the pb ol die Mn lug in I inn such of ir us iif not in all free people Vi hout to Congress it all tn Cm in a Mate constitution the under the authority of thr nice ol adopted a con- elected a and representative to Congress Th it gisl elected 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