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   Wisconsin Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1846, Lancaster, Wisconsin                               ,i WISCONSIN HERALD WISCONSIN HERALD.   sinm-. Where lhe of my k! Shall preet tun no tiuirr! a t of filot anty. I lo a. hi'herto if curb 'I 11 l. r U TII in.- n.'r t' oii.fr on w of -h4, h.i1. J l'.i r h 'he U i- 'ran. I'l i! -i tj'il iu S MI Hii.l J. A. iNon. hoih Mr. Mind by avwe of Iran, ycllcw, s, or ol c., rru-( should wt-i to t i prim a mun- l Notice, T F IIK live un'tt- ;hf 1-rjf- A ol' t t re a i a. K and u. l-jr the ti'tsi'e wi'f: i- by v ta ti.r. And wh i I- .'.l I i. lj 1 dsi .Mr i. .j .'r tor the abhor an inflated currency. We do r. eome do. thai are tb.y be Monty i. money no Hue .taodard ail, a hiding There kcvet c.o be a .laod.rd, whiefc ia upon koltd, intricate value, Banking inBin.pnug of tpecviUiioo. Ii a graod gill net the broad of uur NaiiOLii Induitry, it- whirlnhv fry caught iu become the of UM gar and the dog fith. That our Uunim- lion at id probiciiing the charttr of bank, in Wiiccniio.ifuly repretent the wiahe. of ibe people, there can be BO doubt. In ibe VVMiero part of i.rnlory, we know by actual that the beat i. ipetie. But when the ao far bf'aw toauempt to exclude the cir- a hi.lift in-in r-irnii wo-Je tflr wear. I in b.nk.owlr.-o.h.r ,h.r, two U.-yw-r. jUS, V" KV- W-'.y dUe m i IJf Ci j'V of ?ix tf ei TKKMS. ol it.o 00 er, tir of 5 Ot'i HI.AIR A: RIVES, i- 15. :s.jij. Hough and lieadv, infii will be VANS. o..r thir e.l ol our 10 our dec-ri prkurrd out Ilia t. Hut) Coui. Adf. Our fS fr.ini 1'iu.iil tiie :..il li. FotT .v, lUT t'nr ..iiiA. J...v -JO 0, 197 SIreeti ha4 Se here the 4 li tiiiitibfer ct' had [iretij hard whieb cm Ijllowjng ni and Indians. They aooi- S'. LAWTHER DYER, or porosf, inv vii ui ui i f currency for Sm The Volnn'ecr of htr lwo "e "la- a ,ltelj Mmed lo. "vff" Convention gw Dragoon, raitod for Port hrtr, hafd' {trt ot (lad the of (hf dep.r'ure. a a on Thti-v suit iointwhat the i i ..-il Id i.i.iss. 11 or vloien, Hum the of I the .ubtenber. on or about ihe I3ih of Octo-1. iir State., wh.t. it i. made a otTeflcu to re. iht.r blue t'.oth ul a fuil P' ne'et lhinl( cf no Mite a Ste doll.r bill by mail in a letter, ihe frock ami yellow b'11 meat all .r. A .'.-.-.vL.r I o? "0 in might jualM well to bar The li.emieltM ftt-.r-r in 4 buton ihe groond. will be fai.l Ur the wutn of JL out the free wind, of heaven that eireuUie in', Of wtieen hui.dred blanket aronnd them. ..ddl. for April Ibe .unovnding State.. Any euch pioviaion ,nd were without iho pVa.uia of a 8 b? liielt 8 d'' mn.1 be utterly futile, wholly tnopeMti.e.an.1 onrf ;n Dew uniform. The to ?i-e you invre t.-nnule aceounl ef; NolhioK can be more calculated lo excue de- work uf toin't of Ii: j rilioo. Oor trade aiitf commerce HL.W. mlo, lt a heaty 10 tume cf IIVIWW. J ft v vi... t'lJilpVllIrt I u ll.l and iotefoiioglea with ihs great n3Uon.il cur- ih'jsu who nuivni ihoir .'Htniiii.it.> rml of corutnerde. It part add parcel ol It and many i.f farms lor Our enrreney, our money arc ne- ihe yuar, supposing th.-y would ct-nxinly re- ovtn- iu iron da any niL i.i3 i il- .if iht .1 In (iji-.in. l.'jt V oi.v.t to Dr. will hat. jn y lo empiuy a Tiose who pre L L i at ijsl 'fizfid a Globe Secf of M.te t'.iroujh the tor thp 'J lleii 1 nen-it I I.n.il S r which we ,vft jfnt .i.Miiic.i.) ot litsti am -rvllillf 111 D K Y GOODS. 'iir 5iook in part of trf by liavnijj dirff'Ved the I'tlt'i v-jluutcerg at Frairi'1 mc'de of pieimriii" the i-f iis (.roteed- Chien, wholiks tolun.eered at i Setretary of the Sen-I ate to contract with the Huoula- with a promise of re lhat lhe reporig nij, j inlenningled with iho currtmcy of mAlu the lerm of their Ihe .later nay the federal tiorerniueni itaelf claim, the privilege of dealing with u. j (be in the ahape of diafta, Trea.nry j The .late boy. Kirk, who came from Of Certificate, cf depotit. Talk of secreted in a turn I. and who wai paper o( legielatiog baok pa-1 re.ifd in New York. _ wtro out of Wiwonain! Our CJoiifention mi-fht j Mike Walsh n lo lhe legiilaturt-. a. well atiempt to into exisience, urlt ciiy. ii elfc'btl (.I'.-jVi-rnor ITIMIIOI 4 ,.nd "I a HJtriitu life in a by bodv. Inge ul -i ol iwrj j J. J j I'ljct wtiff (.eiii'tncs wjlie It-rih Ji ooonijay, lhe undersigned ongiHait f I fo wtgee, tea dollars per tnomb, be tubject lo the revision the! ;..i 1 ir Lailiea cravaii an.) Bonnet lihbn.is, anil ili.ini' cifi'.ali, a.i 1 l.iirt, I-.VHI ami ere lo ilia pubiirr. not an t-i a paper to krep the iiulf atream wiihin itt chinoel, and exclude the .unuuniling i ocean! L. L in In; Hri.iring a month. the now of I Worsteds, is nn j pr iCftiiinjis of i and published Im on joint ballot. We no lutltier from the nod where the turf trembles with ague i 1 than a member of Congre.e reueire. dai originated the mode ofj ol is to be aid and under me supervision o wiih! A neiv a'li! l .Super i.'aj.l, Jcc. Hine Bl-n-k f 'iannn I i! Grey Keiiturkr Jfr. fheeks Dia Palter Bro. I'earl B rio W Iti Is (Id '1'ailled ami plninrto tiu Firm !i Frfturli   Sillt tioo attack to be made by our vctaeU of war. Ton. who are in thv habit ol look- eipentes which tho govcrnineru hmi a forced contribution. 33s.. nut us you il printed. onr '9 bronjihl :o test, anil is Tht> iji: Vii-i.MI Wilmer Smiih's Times 'lie political ing at the practicability of tliingo, thi. pn-ject of making an it-rial deiccot upon a etrong (Jae- j UoTernor mo'ements of the ccuniry. The im- tie, appear. much like Our would jo.t MOO think of "blowing i whiga have -J3 riiein-; -'uii HII.! i-nliired, .uti.-ic o tyC. her. of Congren and seemed a m.ij.irity of a boot 1'J in the luwer of the legislature. i.i-n- mK-c: _ lies hnp, l-.-s and f-a. tho.tind cf brick. From An from TnTUtr the fact, h.therto rumored, but now ..MMuMrf. thai ib, .re fy (Q .n.t.-a.l uf Tbt. Mg (Wiillo: .nd .ill DM jo de- M (b- fend that town, but will f.ll back on h.o Young. ha. oter IU.OOO fsr N 6J. lo 33. pui.ses mus inrough t'ongress from every bond MJ. in 3.'U. quarter react upon the na'ion'aa a whole, and Indian i 'OM per ij'wter of 486 Ibs Sis. to a" its conipoi enl parts are made lo tuoti in co-operation. The press einnot be more Hardware and Ufimware, Vrofkrni f-.-k ii-. c, _ 1 tuliv emnlof ihtn in f -filTi'i; -.r a.iuln j .5, ml. aSrosd the in.el.wnrjrf and heap.', 15 KM. per I y 3G to cooniry, widin? to aiirh happy rciiul's through "J nthcr tc'ticfl cfin- 36 to almost miraculously adjusted Stale Bud mentioned in an ailvertise- i -..I.............. wiih the plan of of in-teriaU fur i'ashiimable nearly every devriuliou of a variety of down a rock .baft" with a hand bellow.. Let I Ll Vt gJ, o, eu a pn.oner a M.iiwQ bullet cot a hoi. in Ibeir "bag of wtf a, Nsw fot ,cril, ,.uu, u u uf) IJ.Kon. rer wind." jo.t they are gelling it under .all, J ha. noiitird th.is i: S. prim. mes. per bbl. il wonld fall upOO the projector '-like a   issued dtning -ivt> ye.irs. A's lliailf' aie JOL .'V Q R.9 ?T A Jt% -Cj to If any whatever tiiii. of the; of ihim it will be fiem (tie city of Mexico. M S9th of September, whicb that Sttta left the capital ihM motn- with SMM) and 1000 infantry, for BM PotMt: and that intiruo- 1-aiiUin  rs as a of to and v.i ir-c c 37. e are Administrators' Notice. KJ.TATI-: Tii. -M v- i1. wormy ot ar.d im- -3 We shall upon our r.rw under- rli'' Kl T'ohicco; maaiiy ktpi in deapatrbed in army of the lo oocnpy Raliillo. but to retreat, The Dictator bad in hi. attempt, to i of two on a of of churrb M th. two wa. ky gal. He applied for but coold not ratw whicb wa. th. total wilb wbich .lartrd. Hence, the of hn military II it Meiiro. at Ian tan Ik. artmy bad Monifrey. ih. bwii inforahtd in >he llal were of tW ofucwn that the of our arnop. ibe %T Wotib on Saliitio w.. ul'j uupoitaoo. July apprecia- anj- hy ;i, I' n in r. (J.t'1.-iv.lV liris to several would anj the shall t'.'f'-i: lt to riisko the new i; i> 3 of execuimn a in .irroili- i'r.iii. rv we .hall be ,one or iheosher; iu at. J lendance on uon-' whl r.ot ba bv Iron. Nails. Potter's Ware, Dried and Green Fruit. Xe-.v Uoth 'highly resrs-.-uSlf.1 W. R. King. Vn iu the packet n'l'f i Frsrct-. sr k tJ i...iu-.-.  (.Tins Ki-> Java 10 .to .V. .la S x 1-i, 1 J x 14 emriu-v j.-j a fe-.v v'u J TA1-. ii. B Tiikcn i'-.-i-Tl an.cic: toM who Mw -Ml" lp u h, tte I3tk elMwl, thai i8U- intl ixx. T W'ARGEXHANM M. t fifM akmiiri or of a t A Js H 1D" for" rartlf buwots, hr ke, m :hln iw Ji, iw r wa. W. f r 1P..., r ky re.n- I S A. wf -b-'J- 'J -rn: wwire. WllgS Mil .McdJClIlCS. nrw. j )v.Jjtll, (J BfMlji 4jfivjljtt rf j Tctvty etrrr The next ALSO- WIST, ti.UOO :r nni: ihf r'm? r   

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