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Milwaukee Daily Courier (Newspaper) - March 19, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE I MILWAUKEE THURSDAY 19 1846 NUMBER PUBLISHED EVERY li Y WILLIAM II A BROWN EDITOR No U S Block over I A Hopkins Booh Store East Water street COURIER per year payable quarterly COURIER per year in advance All but thai said her bund but look back to it how dark and that solitary spot in the gay scene ihc dingy with the smoky huts behind them the ruined stalls the brook flowing past wilh a sluggish IN DAILY f IX LINKS OU LESS A 37 J cents insertion ami iO ita insertion for less than one week mure 1 week 4 3 1 month o I SO or 810 pur vein Square 3 months 6 1 year including daily for in the anil in either paper should be to Hi i i-M H all de- melanc oly Ilis Irue replied Brigitta if you i H N all co lor the Jo LUBT SAVED Ll W Within hei u m n And a group there 1 ly a little child ring angels u upon her smiled V strife arose a lov lug holy strife 1 ihD new boi i upu iu grew Vitl a cheek like morning's blushes and an eye of ill one v ho saw her vere thankful for the sight iur u wilh ever we her accents und a voice us musical bird's joyous carol or a rippling 11 ill or her words of ish grace Loi cd much to listen to look upon her face from minil And within the but approach thai spot you grow solate and sad you know not why What sort of people can they be that live there and keep themselves so separate from the rest of us as if they had an evil con- science miserable replied the young armer gipsies seemingly that steal and cheat in other quarters and have their board and hiding place here I wonder only th it his lordship suffers them Who said the wile with an accent of pity they may be poor wishing out of shame to con- ceal overly for alter all no one can say might ill ol them the only thing is they Jo not go to Church and knows how live for the little garden which indeed seems altogether waste not possibly and fields they have none said Martin as they went along tiade they follow comes to them for the place they is as il bewitched and excommunicated so that even our wildest fellows will not delight ture Such they pursued while walking to the fields gloomy spot they of lay aside iha hamlet In a begirt wilh firs WM M COOK Auctioneer and Commission Merchant Water stieet 3 doors south of Wisconsin street Milwaukee 1 NEW BOOKS A large and full assort MISCELLANEOUS Stationary now opening al MAGAZINE tor May boot Ladies do Columbian for Arthur's Magazine for do iust received and for sale by HALE HOPKINS IMPORTANT TO justly celebrated Patent Simit TANNED DEER for sale by JACOB RAPELJE BLS LIME for cisterns by J RAPELJE a new lot iust CA v edut RAPELJE'S highest price paid for Wheat by JACOB RAPELJE A LARGE on band Bob Shoes whole length and la pieces made of hard iron aud SHOE Makers and Hardware JL of Iron shoe nails best quality also superior tacks for sale low at the STORK 4 PEW in the Presbyterian Church sale cheap Inquire at the VARIETY STORE STONE WARE prices A very largo lot for sale at re F WARDNER Cap Crown doable Crown and Medium also are paper an excellent article These papers were for cash i arid comprise the largest assortment ei or brought to this market the prices varying from fifty cents to five Fish 2 tons Codfish forsale by CO indebted to Jacob 1 Semi are hereby notified tloat hia notes and counts have been left with me for collection diate attention by persons owing to the settlement of will prevent legal costs This call Attend toit aud save GEO M GHAY STRAYED from the during the last fall a 3 year old CO white belly aud a white saddle and wart over S CHAPMAN at Hale and Book Store for sale cheap for cash KETTLES from S pail to 3 barrels all sizes of Scotch lion and the in market at the Wisconsin Works on tlie Water Power dee 13 LANGWORTHY CO ONE homemade Boots for sale by SUGAR of every description and in any quantity at J RAPELJE'S AN ACS tor different dozen hundred or 3 I A late Co tail the right eye of every RAPELJE elegant Shot Guns One double barreled do A general of pine Tubs and Pails super Cigars for sale cheap by julyM HALB A quantities to suit at Fever and Ague Boct Magic Balsam l sold in Milwaukee ONLY by wholesale and retail Druggist RICTION MATCHES for sale factory price for by dec 30 WM M CUNNINGHAM 151 Martin's Granite lings W lit at mid Oats THE market price in CASH for Wheat Barley and a CO M at manufacturers prices can be found one door south J N B of Principe Regalia Havanna Spanish Steamboat Milwaukee July 1 1845 16 J B ALLEN BANDERS SCHOOL the giosi i3 dozen or single one We are the and can lower than any west of Buffalo fr CO HAS repeatedly pitch white pine turpentine horse tui pentine one and the same be had nt Cunningham's CrocKery and JUPT RECEIVED at the Crockery Store a did of and GLASS WARE consisting of White blue black pink and Sprig Ware Also a large lot of common ai e 100 20 do Cruets 12 do gross pt flasks Cut Glass Lamps ns Specie Jars Castors all of which will be sold at the lowest prices F- BLAIR the en- Till all who her that God bo so Vs lo w ilh viJi J t w mid and rude Thin she grow in beamy iu melody md truth Tim of lier childhood just lulu And to cur hearts yet moment than be- i bee me we thought heart could not love another angel nobler than the -i but tender he caught nor to his e ivc made her uli too lovely for a child of moi till shall darken o'er her face Yo hive 01 y the her tongue no wail of her lips hi uny Nur shall soul m fiom within form of born frailty eiei taint of Mn t will boai hert is in noi Hi nor ow nor And mine a boon nil r I troA n her happy ill Then on tour yielded up her gentle breath who her best M Death OF HV 1 is our little said the In- thcr is playing out upon the green there our neighbor's replied the might be- hold a hut and various lately smoke lo mount fiom i more did men appear there nl times cm people turing nearer hud on bench you some hideous JUST 30 do batting and 20 pieces for ut S Prints In I paid particular attention and any of compete me TII the promise I 1 to jind retail at No j THE are for selling BANKS SCALES in and have on and at present a assortment Platform Huv m scales Counter Scutes GOODALL aq it was and ax it is by W Hogan esq just published mid for by HOpKINg Oil i have rare to reran iu d then I Block Eiun Water street I i j i V i A T- Ti 4 V i arms children equally duty arid black clogs were up and down boundary of an a man of size seen to cross the of the brook and dis- appear in the hur and in the A u stSS ALT SALT lot fiom very cheap at JACOB 1 SLATES assorted sizes and slate pencils to be found at the and Hall ROOD FRESH Boston and Soda Crackers fci THIRTY Grey the article for sale by AT CORNER Water 40 bags Rio bi and Java 30 half chests hyson rial Tea Candles 40 do Tallow do G pepper nnd spice 30 rants Cassia 200 doz fine cat Tobacco SOO do Smoking 100 pounds Cloves 10 boxen yellow Soap 100 doz jars Snuff 10 barrels Oil li do powdered crushed Prunes ground do spice anil Raisins A larpe lot of Sole nnd I OFFICE NOTICE WINTER MAIL THE Eastern and southern mirili kave for every day nt 8 o'clock A M and arrive iu hilf past 4 o'clock P.M The mail tor Troy tM Western part of tlie Territory and Friday o'clock A M and arrive at 8 M on every Tuesday and Saturday The mail for Prairieville Summit Watertown eaves on Mondays Wednesdays anil Fridays at 4 clock A M mid arrives on Tuesdays Thursdays 8 o'clock P.M The mail du Lac Valley of Fox leaves oil Monday and day of each week at 4 o'clock A M and arrives on and Saturday of each week at 8 o'clock P.M Tire mail for Green Bay via Hamburgh Port Washington on of week at 4 o'clock A M and on of each week at 8 P M Tho mail from Milwaukee to Geneva via Rochester aud leaves every day at 8 o'clock A M and returns the following dav at 8 o'clock P M Tho post office will until further notice be open on week days from 8 o'clock A M until M All letters that it is intended to have leave in the mails must be deposited in tbe office before bat a o'clock the evening previous On Sundays lie office will be open from 12 M to 1 o'clock P M Bid two tne oi eastern and southern mails The bock door of the will be kept open from 8 to 9 o'clock on Sunday evenings for ibe reception of letters that it is desired to have J A NO ON AN P 11 Milwaukee Dec WISCONSIN Book Depository oldest in Ike Territory I HALE HOPKINS ersin School Classical Miscellaneous Books at the old stand of P C Hale Wisconsin street neat Water have just received DO cases more titan volumes of School and Books a fall and stock This large supply has been Eelccted with care and embraces several new and popular Workt Their old customers merchants and teachers generally are especially invited to call and examine their and Teachers and interested iu the furnished with tlie new r at ice article A i1 CLARKE MERCHANTS anil others Lithographic Prints to call at tlie Milwaukee School Deposito rv and examine a choice lot just received and for sale by 1 A L- B O of O F by jim RUM real for bale by PIECES rod flannel 30 by r o u U at Milwaukee Nov n S a night of Axes Sim monai Collins best broad mid Axe for mile by WtW moving like round i fire in the open This piece ot ground tho firs and the ined lints funned in truth a strange con- trast with tho bright green landscape the while houses of the and the stately Uvo little ones had Auit and it came inlo their heads to run and he nimble little Mary always tne of the less active is not Andres at hist let us try il ior some length then we shall see v ho wins As than Mary lo the brook wo said but on the hill stands the large a quarter of mile from this 1 shall um by the left past tho thou canst Iry it by the right over the fields so we do not meet till we get up and then we shall sec which of us is swifter cried Mary and began to run we shall net mar one another by the way and my father says it is as tar to the hill by tlut of the house as by Andres had already started nnd Mary turning to the light could no longer see him It is very said she to herself have only to take heart and run Tin Fellows Gem for sj HOPKINS HC U.S CUNNINGHAM a Hickon J A ARNOLD Sole Leather 500 Upper do 100 do or sale cheap TOBACCO SNUFF AKD one Ib nnd halt Ib s smoking Tobacco best 1200 doz small papers chewing do 50 000 SO to 1 20 Snuff also 50 doz Mustard or sale i neap ARRIVALS by almost every I J? which comes from tire cast of all sorts ui bia e 1 Goods and YanKee Notions at the Variety at il of Memory a splendid octavo volume Friendship's The O pal a beautiful work Rose of Sharon Moss Rose Amulet Mayflower Hyacinth Flowers onil wUi Applied on the j oi R boxes just JACOB I ajc now building 700 J anil 300 Breaking Ploughs anil would in- ite the attention sf country merchants to MiH J I O mill and cut fur by ARNOLD Just received 100 Nails log chains a large assortment of butts ami house knives nnd forlm and R B W pen ami spades combs bells woo cards traps too ED nnd for i ule by J A ARNOLD BALSAM WILD CHERRY n cd and for by CUNNINGHAM wholesale nad retail EXTRACT OF Ibr do do do for tale by CUNNINGHAM sells Lf i in 50 vola for 200 Morse's Geography 300 do g Books SOO do ilo do 100 do Sanders Renders i 2 anil ur THE disposed of entire stock of B T Tay wishes all who arc indebted to him by note or account to pal and tle the A Milwaukee The subscriber having purchased ofN A o hia entire stock of will at the old No 1 Rogers Brick Block Milwaukee Sept 1.1845 B F FAY prime will he on hand thin week JACOB Ro ish they may not run away and said he they are so mother looked for the little ones them their luncheon said the boy und Mary or the red cherries n care said the moth do not run too far fiom home and not into the wood father and I arc going Never fear to tlie fields Little Andres answered the hridge past hul and through the yard and J shall certainly DB first was already standing by the brook and the clump of irs Shall If No it is too she A little white dog was mi the farther side and and main In her terror Maiy thought the dog some monster and sprang back said the dolt halfway by this time while I stand here considering The little kept b and as she looked at it more it seemed no longer but on the contrary pretty it had a red collar round its neck with a glittering bell and as it raised ils head and shook itself in barking the little bell sounded wilh the finest tinkle Well I must risk cried she I will run for life quick to cannot ent me up alive in half a And with gay courageous liule Mary sprang along the passed tne dog which ceased its barking and began to fawn on her and in a moment she was standing or the ether bank and tho black firs all round concealed 3 CUTOB sold very cheap at wh which wil e D RAGS 1 July 22 tons by O I ASSES LOOKING lust received at the Store a Urge assortment of Looking is Ten Trayn Hid S any and Stationery You bettor cull making purchases before C C S Tail HAS opened liis Sew HOUSE in the centre of the village ready to death at strangers who may with a call April Sugar 10 Codec Sugar ao hull diesis ica 4 pipes brandy -1 pipes Gin 4 St Run 3 casks hue Port wine 2 clw Madeira w ine 1 do Irish whiskey l h do M boxes Pipes 2 Mills Cod Mi 30 do Also Pepper Spice Ginger Cinnamon Sec price at wholesale or ret ill DNE R HAS just returned from New York wilh gcst stock of Drv Goods Hardware Groceries Crockery and Medicines Stone and Hollow that lias ever been exhibited to good peopled and sold at for Produce He i his sincere for favors winch have been shown him for the last six Among the Dry Gooi s maj bo found the follow ing GOO pieces Calicoes nil and prices 40 do figured and blaek 20 Muslin cle Laine 10 do 10 do all kinds 6 do French 0 do black and blue bluck Italian Silk to 8 do Plaid Cloaking for ladies lei ms the privilege oj reluming or ex- unsold copies SCHOOL kind in use ways on hand and nt very low prices a Rreat variety of Primers els A variety of Gold Pens pocket Knives full assortment of useful and elegant Stationary P REAMS of every description in Farmer's Crockett Comie Funny etc etc THE beautiful with other Keepsakes and Gifts for and New Year's and on bund or supplied to order PIANO lin and Clarionet Instructors bass viol and HANGINGS AND Hoik nt from B cents lo Philosophy Mineralogy I Engineering Book Binding and Blank Work 4 Hopkins have Bindery and tho best in the west and will rule and bind to anv pattern and to order every Particular paid to old books Ina Periodicals ftc which may be done a great variety of styles and at moderate prices linen and cotton rags wanted in any quantity Milwaukee Nov on the Be it macled by Council and House o f es of 1 So much of the lands granted to the of Wisconsin to aid in the construction of the MilWaukee and Hock River unsold at the passage of this act shall market mid for sale on the second Tuesday or April one thousand eight hundred and m the town of at such place as the Register and Receiver shall designate unless uch sale marine prepared to execute JL new Post Law is now in full JL HA HOPKINS are prepared for it with Ie calculated for weighing letters and Let er paper weighing 3 sheets to the on Pluin and the wood frightens us we shall sit here by the house where there sue people near us The mother went in and soon out with her husband They locked door and turned towards the fields to look their laborers and see their in meadow Their house upon a little green height encircled by a pretty ring of which likewise en- closed their fruit flower garden The hamlet stretched somewhat deeper down and on the other side lay the castle of the Count Martin rented large farm from this nobleman and was living in ment wilh his wife and only child for he yearly saved some money and hat the prospect of becoming a man of substance by his industry for thu was antl the Count not As he walked with his wife to thf fields he round and said What u different look this quarter has Brigitta from the place we lived in Here it is all so green the whole pillage VC10 6 the ground is full of beautiful herbs and h some feeding the birds or on ly Monday Wednesday nnd day at S o'clock A M nnd u- rives at same ill V Leaves Tuesday Thursday i nd Saturday and arrives at Milwaukee same day in the city of New-York Tune 11 1844 T A Book I HAVE all the Bookbinders to bo north of Mil son and out of em- and have them all engaged in toring Blank Books and Bibles I want but one day s L book or quarto the of book making aud am what I don't and arrives at ao years and am j The above line of Stages connects w ith tho W a not worth learning I have I town Lake and Scats can be at tbe American Hotel Milwaukee and House ty at the American HOSMER Tr CO Ang the business a perfect and feel m adequate to do up books in my latest and moot ved style I will bind any thing you 11 mind lo i woy or S L ROOD What 1 can't no can't be ilone in Wisconsin OCIS8 Fancy aud ribbons ot every description A Tweed Cloth Beaver a nd Pilot Cloths and other kinds too numerous call and examine for Be sure ami hml the Slaa Hotel Water CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES FOR SALE F J BLAIR'S general ment of and Boots and Shoos of Ladies gLiter boots morocco do slices Fine Aid nnd seal slips Fine Fine waler do Morocco half boots teal still nnd An elegant seal and morocco wilh utmost variety now in nee among civilized nations at No 1 cornel of Wisconsin and n papers printed in the county of Milwaukee In pursuance of the above Notice is hereby given that so much of the above at sale ond Tuesday of April next at at 18 BE nice article by J A AKrl U JjjJ Suit F IRON WANTED for which an hiph price will be paid in Caeli ot Hi Conal best t her fathers house and the rest of the landscape But what was her astonishment when here the loveliest most variegated Iny around her tulips roses and lilies were glittering in the fairest colors bl ie and gold-red butterflies were in in tbe blossoms of shining were hung on the espaliers with birds in them singing beautiful and children in frocks with flowing yellow hair and brilliant eves were about some playing LANKETS.-Alargelotjuf I received JACOB every kind at flowers nil are cheerful and cleanly the inhabitants are their ease nay I could almost fancy that tho woods are greener here than elsewhere and the sky bluer and so fur as the reach you have pleasure and delight in ing the bountiful n And you cross the stream said as it er world all so dreary and withered but traveller declares that our village is the country far nnd near und M Sugar for sale BL FOR Book fte received al HopKINg 146 US HONEY HONEY Wanted 500 Hw Honey for which the price be paid -1 ecO FRED iust received by CARD CO happy tn inform the citizens ofMilwankee and the generally who are de- sirous to BUY GOODS CHEAP need Wfr Mexico or running avay at an they bave only to at Johnson's Brick No East Water street Nov 8 1845 MILWAUKEE MEDICAL Distributed free to families aud from tho counter of Wm M at his new wller street with on the account of some in life to is appended a collection OOTS AND SHOES Tin ware a larRe J by -300 pieces of new patterns re- JACOB flowers and giving them to one another some again were cherries grapes and ruddy apricots No hut to be seen bnt instead of it a large fair house with a brazen door with lofty ues stood glancing in the middle of the space Mary was confounded with prise and knew not what to thick not being she went right up to the children held hand and liltte good To be 1 THOUSAND Ibs bright log chain 20 coils rope 10 doz buck mittens a rood article forsale by T T A PAID OR American Gold Threat White Mustard seed by WARPNER KEEPS 5s to per by 1 ALB Ibs water sw superior article for sale Hemp Rape seed wool by L o Mug Toy Tea setts fcr sale al of Wisconsin and Water y j anA of Uncle W BOOTS AND SHOES cheaper than ever at the Milwaukee Boot nnd US water United States W PEARCE EVERY VARIETY and description ol Boots and Shoes manufactured to order at tne Milwaukee Boot and Shoe entablement 133 E treat U S Hotel block of base lotto ne Acoustic Oil Several articles put up in similar shape are now in market and pained off to unsuspecting persons for Ibe original Oil the only cure for they will rido their preparations by tho popularity thai Acoustic Oil lias gained Head following letter and be convinced From the Argus WONDERS WILL NEVER Another remarkable cure of performed by Acoustic Oil Lot He case speak for Feb 844 Mr 4 Stan wix Ba Maiden Lane Acoustic Oil 1 hud been years this I could not ion with on ear trumpet voice I hove been using the Oil in one enr that far the which I was deaf ond I am happy to in- form TOU I con now hear ordinary lion without the trumpet 1 feel that I would hue to inform the whole community of ishing of I 1 be pleased 10 see any person who may dewre to LEATHER Boots and Slices re- tail at tho Milwaukee Boot and Shoe ment a or t RHEUM cured for four stieet oc sale by W M CUNNINGHAM 151 Mar Granits waler general Agent for Wisconsin hoad aud a grew variety PraTer Bible and Hymn Hymna at beat tt 8 4 for mle cheap by W
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