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Wisconsin Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1847, Lancaster, Wisconsin WISCONSIN H E A L D r E. A. Co. IBB tAer.wfacbMBtf i L. LMIK M kit ihrrad wn thread; ll will IM m M> tatf the anictrtvlikk of A UVM-U ri ilrlcripiion Mylc; To Merchants and others. at tt 1 A I I' ol rtMcript of gofull fat Ihtit ow Mock M you Ihn fell Hid to TM; n4rr (w rhnkf lot of READY MADE CLOTHING. pttrthfttfl tpring lot u ta mmim tawtrjr. hrif with iniHej our ninl will full It Vkricljr of ill And tide of M of FANCY GOODS, ftanrripfimtf inrf ire for riMt Itaf cwi of of TOIMI MI M CkUllB. it l> limw M Uwir fxwtattort they no nttt both prkf tori quolity, they to hy Will you M H.-n. HolKib'. kad uimJiH Add your- Mltu. Bants, Shoes, Hardware, Queeruteare, Cutlery, 4-c. Call tnmiM for jrontwlvcit Mow SkhMi, OM Mtiln Mrvot, Poioti, it 1IAINGS A. HOLLC'B'9, July S5lh, 1SI8. 9U-ly. j M.rch A. ft DritdJlpplu. ihoi will ten Much Ml mmA tKirrtl rirytnmtmm ft trado br or IA Kiarra PoTttaU 184A- 18, 1846. lor Mto by E. LEWIS A. CO. Time. and CM Time. 10 Poioti, Oct 31. A. B rtl H OU t b. I am prepared to steel ANl> IKU.N (ity (hi n lhAt oa large topply of fint lioa, m of every ihepe, I will tleigha and and SHUE OXEN and UOKtiES on Prite for (hoeing Oven, 56 i lut a up, I 85. I J now ready far I am ready io do kind ol dw I CoMbMlf MM tar Arcjut, elf. cfr. dr. highly public a Pinlmtaaty due aclnwtorl mlety by uw hi own or produce, paid work M Uflictvd, ami ami well it can in particularly to public mind, that it different dtily in tn by it not only front e, regobu Phjr- xciaa, but well toned in cootulainoi far which recrmtnonded. That it Marfdf at bond of rfiw unirerjatly conceded. It cured in MM at time Utopia JOHN BORIGHT. T. L. Taylor riangiTftaily coonnptin ehaiacwr And phyticiani of the through- out oui whole roumry s. co, ARE IMW nctivnif oiw of Mloeled Mock trar offittd fei wU In Wltcwitin, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE. QUEENSWARE, BOOTS PAINTS, tow, vlll Mid MM MttfcUtfVMMIU In town, olhti to tfw fliMsInt piy. AD W fM4l pf hHtndl DRY GOODS, f MM nil Lenlher of quality for Ilidt, bought. Poto.1, Jan 44-tf Potosi Foiever- WE tope- pIBv IP IO tttff will ui mey waatod in we M nil M low ar a.iy Ualenian S. M. a LAbU WORTHY. Potmi Aug. 38. in the WeMern br been napara- tollerl; and moM gratifying proofs of fckTe been from For tale by w. T. for Hit Irue one'ffCtttrrnr BAU______ in St. Mo., by A. ner of 3d CheMut fcr ia Southern by following E. Boytey ft Co., R. D. Pnlbrd !Wln- vk> du Uhien: J. M. Laoeaetorl by drujtgitw and in town and city throughout the w cut Mnnil, Ctrculvt ewd .Gie.uk eMUili Hatl diawmg aagora, on any part fi I'teriignH, nnc on nr and rut withnat baring written Hoeriber, J. E. Frb 38, 1844. St-if, New School Books. In Pmiwi, a m; of vf mot if AnMmf which No. I, mriitti Aha a Haoterd work MI Of fiotlon: AllM; j ilwaye performing well. Bating now a man who an in B, a: 8. I their tnat all by will choicest if not Buporlor w any BOW in MB, ii BKI toch will Challenge Competition. Mttof tn that t iT with F- will a if a uoecMaiy, BH- iB. j tf. call and tut Jar I wv o. W (Utt'r rbM twin( a mil utcwded 10 an M all who JOHN BURNETT. JOBN R, BEATON. I84S. MM) tea i troy a. WOBh I and AllM, ntj now Arithmetic; Arithmetic; Sytkem ol Ac.: ami in variety ot the U u tbo wide of Choap Lit- TheHalU of the I ifl >ny peopht ot j a maiertal for buiMiog, Axef, rutpi, chwich, irrewe, iloor nnili, gimbkU, piano 4 pocket bruabm, KMUW thread. bed on Hajxl, with a gnat variety of oifcvr ahelf aid for no otbar J lit thltlioB KB U ready to biicunomen oa any cam and U Mtoctioa of TcOJ, Sugars with errery ia Let adioal m has the aypmm of bk ol TAILORING! nllE Cremmofi, Co- wMb ovibniflcvol Ice. Can iMMi paper try cbo immm hall DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Ha prm-ided htmorlf in with cmnmnwlT weotvd Ihr tranV, with tho BfViBiad IIO.ICBM day CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. of Ib- rrnpenhtlly alK himwii at U MI i- Ak which will (i I nitre, or by tho puca. la adrtiiiaw to b> I paiFM tprtftg with atheta, all ot which will GROCERIES. wwkmaawtip. IoodchuUnMt i TTVRCNCtt, j F of bom aoxl nmanmrtnred fcx i hi j A Teniing by water axwor, of ol oemiih} to a hjilw. HUH. l MraH an and COJBMry taken m MM M> any NorOnUwi 10, 1S4I. lowooof rrrxmiisf a.1 hiaaarir N. R TVne j with a credit, wiH pfcMJB H j wp to threa. C.C. IT Imported Stock. BE jum by j mo. Notice. wtw: oey wifa LnHia, i oo two i IICKNTLL A offer K who 1 awl with rv him, to ba of do vi rt will a4 Ifrr.M I7-A iBBBC. aanjBW nnai 01 WARNER. at f hy Bra ea W. T, IX Do as joo would be done bj. THE tw HE bn> i M a fcfki war I with al T. SI. 1M4- Hard flimmrr clotha A few of M MADE CLOTHING GBOCEBIES. 1000 of gmind aJiMi to.lt, M 300 Kauwm 50 liaraana tt Lafaayra i. 1 A 980 ft 30 6m qaalin JWOIW u 2100 o; yellow io 1 300 tb bit SO able Now Orltaat Balaam 10 half do M "and 10 no 1 markeral 10 1-2 no 1 10 14 no J 5 M> It 5 1-4 35 no no 2 eodfiahby (-4 100 bbls old Cincinnati 10 Aawricail brandy 3d boxM of nook! sperm Ibiot rice in tQO and to 300 lh ratKi in Ib 10 Mo. and Ky. tobartti 10 Tirjiaia w 10 and 1-i oil aap lead 8 by 10 10 by Ii 13 by 14 wiwl' ghm a few l-2bblf op wbitiag 6 cants bacon 5 and 30 tnd ptime pork 10 kefs leaf lard 100 tar 5 bbhdirto Ibs iron all 500 cMttgaiMMoflbnttorMMtl 35 Bcmoo naUtftom 3to30d SO flortoq btanlug powder 10 tuu. 36 aickitnp. drietl and S u pooni 10 teniDOM aoperior priof a 35 boiei and 1-2 BoMon aoop 16 u w BIT Itt rate article SO peper, and al- moods, nuttnep, clovir-, prnnrs and many wanted in Wijcoueio. FANCY GOODS. Nvrioo Tanan Plaid do Plain do CnmHt; Silk FaahtoaabteriMtoa; UmbrefiM; Hardware, Boots Shoes of all descriptions, Crockery, BTERT EM A CVVNTatV SWBE. Our wholenfe trade will be confined exclusively tn Canh. BOW call mpam mo lanitioc and mining etan of eOBHMMity, awt erety other of cititraa, ID ourGonffs, examine oar pri and latiify tbat no hootbog are grateful far liberality tn- Mitdcd an-1 WMM we nothing br oViwiog nut Gwidiaw) will boppj all lawaitopoo. S. II. LANGWORTHT May, IMS As Good as the Best, and Cheap- er than the Cheapest THE irtttillioi boa Dry Crrocerits. aor Mhor Crwicry, Matt. Copt, JOHN M, ona 7, I84t iSti Fin! THE National l York C5iT, aaa of Mom H. L. JMMH, aft. Fob M-ryf NIMI t ATM 0T AMTECTtBUO Vit 11 MmjMiatMMM TWIoWilcUMU Wmi trot tW ft) PuMiBiii hatfcat M bUfih of I Bttrts amfet Bitfe, WUS OF UWMfi. Ac. fcc. AI.ONZO J. HOWE. ATTY AND COUNSELLOR AT" LAW, Diffgings, Iowa Co., W. 71 W. LAKIN, Attorney MA Coainellor at Law, to Notary W. T. COLE BIDDLECOM, ATTOM.HKTS AK1> COU1IHNJ.DBS AT POTOSI, W. T. I. ALLEN BARBER, ATTORNET COUNSELLOR AT LAW e ft ACT tr. T. R. THOMAS COUNSELLOR AT LAW, W. X. EASTMANS MOSS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, w. T. WILLIAM HULL, ATTORNEY AH. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, roTosi, w. T. CYRUS yT LORD; ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW FOTOSI, W. T. DR. J. S. RC7SSELL, Main Street. PlattevUle, W. T. D. A MACKENZIE, FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, _ _____ W. T. JOHN ALCORN, Hotue BmUer, Ctrpatitr LANCASTER, W. T. DRY Muftt'etWir. T.' SFfcNCER ft JOSIAH JENKINS, McCLOTJD WOEATOM, Druggists and Chenista. Cotwor of More New Goods. JtTST Tahy. amlitin tttafcflrtffl OMk PATKST. Afl of which VTMMMf pBPdiW VViW 4ft 'Mtfl 8. E. LEfTO It COL BOOMS if I of i FlatteTille Hotel, EDWy rrnnNi rfj
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