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Commercial Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1843, Milwaukee, Wisconsin STAK.R.] J, W. T., M3NDA1T MORNS1 TG, 3, 1843. PER AN MUM. COMMERCIAL I- ilishod evorj Monday, and Friday jjiorn- Milwaiilcie, W. S'oiitinel of Wisconsin foil nuiiibor tlie luti'sl peptic and is (lie ui-.rlicst" mails to -suliscri- i In tlie event of the in-rival of Iroin nbroad, or the occuri'ence at home ofany efit of importance, after fie liom- to press, the in all practicr.biu c.-jses, will be delayed and ws inserted in a second edition. d jHur.s per annum, in advance, or five dol- .1- i' pay in on! bo delayed un'Jl Lhij Vill be aflbrdnd ID subscribers at 82 per. r, :.ri ad', 50 in six uioijliis, or oiid-ol'tho Herald willafFiwdasnpcriorclian- tiio advertiser and man of business, TEIIMS OF ADVERTISING. OHK scjiiave or less, our two St 25 'every ;K.lditit.mal insertion lor a lessor pe- than one month, 25 cenis, l'er-113 of advertisiiiK by the or year, tnade aiiplic-ilion at cur office. Ty Lidveriiscrs, and 'ose wishing a larirur portion of o ir columns than. is -tijiu- ly allowed, LI liberal deducMiori.wul be made. F.INSURANCE .'.-.-.COMPANY. flies. scons IE Po.stOlh.ee Milwaukie. DIRECTORY. ;in :ss Cards, nit o.ccodinswix linos, inserted for iOLLARSpc; year, or TWO J3OLLA.H8 lliose occupying 1.3 lines inscHod at SIGHT f) Gf.LARS per .'year. W. KELLOGG, and Solicitor, also, Justice ihe Ward, Milwaukie, W. T B. J. MeCp.MAS, .-chant Tailor and Made TIJpTS, KENDALL CO. A' the of Huron s'reet, IVulwaukie, Wisconsin Piodrfce and Cony mission. in 'Lead, .Copper, 'Cash advance's made on p-opehy for shipment East apd. the RJ.i'rke.ts. ".E; s. Physician Rogers' Block, ..West of the River, String-st.'..' June 17, Teacher of Vp'ral apd instrumental., Music: Private fessoas wi'il be SHf-I-ARDSON FARVVELL., D-tilers in Iron, Steel, Nails, G-lass, ;Stoves, Tin, HaVd..Ware, farming Implements., Mil- waukie Iron-Store. c. siiPAKDioif..' L. J..' tablishmenl has recet tly undergone JL a change and id now-co-ndicted by an old and experienced manager. Ho and those, as- sociated, "with'hiin are resolved tli :t it shall want nothing to make it -one-'of the be; t hou.sea in the Western countiy. Tne rep'uiati in of -the'-Mil- waukie House as the -nost epacio i.'a and commo- dious ho.use fri the .lake F-hore, is.'.sufficiently well established notice tt.rthe ..jjiresent time'; but the s ub's.cr i bers w o trl 'd eniark to s uch' of the tr.ayel.-1-msr, public as-'ctes-ire .o he. comfort- ably situated, that they would dc well to. give them a call. Their, table will well Jailed, rooms (which ha ye been.newly titled up) found in a clean andc'o iifo.ria.lilc con- t.ion. N. B. .Attached to the "Milwan :ie House is a 'la-rge anrl well .taken care J; WH1TI .EY CO. WHITNEY, J. Milwaukie, Jaii. W.'T..." niE-SubscriberWhave taken -'a .Stor.ione Water Street nearly opposite, the "Hcr- JOHN WINTER baa re, moved up -Water street, opposite the Cot- tage (large .red Inri, and'ha's inst'received l.-o.ra the "following forewu v Slree't nearly opposite, the "He riman ffprme'rly the. "Cottage bunchraisins, "filberts, MadeiFa' where they, will continue the'.Auction, Jifbb.ing roasted, pea.pt'can andjcocouritits Turkey fi and Comuiission business in all' ,j-u jub'e Fresh ground (So) They will .receive "all kinds of.. Goods, either foiypublic or .private sale, to Sl-.erifFs .an d .Assignees' Sales of "Stoc'ks Real Estate', Careful attention' vrilt be paid to all goods eiitrusterl them, and prompt returns made when goods are sold.. Liberal; advances made on consignment if required. .A good .assortment of. Furniture will b-vkept constantly on. hand ior sale for cash, br exchange for -Country Produce.' RAGUE L'ASSELLS. Ward, opposite nit lin Ho.use. Milwaukie, 1, tb W. L. BEAN J. K. BARTLETT "Miyj over Jones Field's Jeweller's Shop, corner of East Water and W scons in sts.._- PETER YATE3, Attorney at and Solicitor in AV._T. "CIEEARLE'S GRAY, Notary Public and hissej- vices lor drawing Deeds, Bocclb, Mortgages, anil iransc-ribi'iipr, posting and Books and Ac-counts, and
KS TOVJES. of the pji.blic invited to-, merit; of the above S to wh ich ii a ve. yery. c ste-ns'i ve }y in use'iri New ars, and have given universal satisfaction, hav n-g- competed ni'ost- successfully with this ;vaiious of Stores .use. As -Stoves have-never beeii-intro.duce'd intg t.iis marfet nn- ,til subscribe s woui.d refer the public to.tlie' following uertifi oking'Stovo: We have heretofore use'd various-, .mils of Cook Stoves, but we are compelled tc say, that for convenience Woo son's Patent, exceeds any Stdve vvilhin cur kn nvle.dge. Baking and Roasting qualities.ar? pavtic.ularly satisfi'.ctarv-.- Sarnu-crP. Brady, .D. O. Ho.'t, J. L. Whi- ting, Peters, J. T. Prouty" er, O. Cook, J. G Wa'lson.- A long- list of otli HardwaiHi 10. for offee' Messrs. Shepard BonrJeH, Holton Or. 'Goodall, Whitney Watt. Tttf'ts Kendall. Bvjftilo, N. Hunter, Palmer Cc., H H. Treat. Esq., Wm. A. P. L. Albany, JV.'.-y.---Crapo Tillingha.Bt. New B. Gibne'j, P. A.-Cuitis, .Win. Plurry, Architect. may 2GJ SHERJFF-'S rfALE. virtiiPbf a wrii'of Fi Fa. issued' Masin Palm- John b lore, op O out oflhe "District Court of Milwaukie covwy, V.'iscon- sin arid to rne-d apainsi. ihe yooJs anil (.'.hattels, lauds and lencaienis, ol' Jo.siuh. DeWoli, I havH" levieil upon, seixecl and taken.all the rislit' tille or in- turest ihesfiid JosiwhDeWoirhasiiijjndlo tut number thrue in block number and ul.so all his viirlit tide chriu and intci-esftotne lease lielrt by liini. uud tiiiililinss orr ot'No. one in block No. nine, hoih of saitl lols Ijeini' in tlie'lSast VVnrrl town of Mihvaiiliie, in jai'd shailseUatPiibliB Aucli'on as ihe law direci's, al'the Court in (lie (own ol'Milwaiikie, in said coupiy. ou Satiu'- daw. ilie 17i.li of .Tone next, beiwecn ilio li'bui-.s 02 and 2i 3, on the sard of Julj, u.t 11 oolick, A M in the Register's .Office of Mi lw.au hie County, on all iha-t certain piece or parcel .'of an'd situate in ;said county of Milwaukie, to wit: the north half of the cast half of the sou h- west quarter of section No eleven (31) n ttwn hip JNo five noith of 20 cist, cont lining forty aci( fc, mo o 01 1 (n v inch slid m atf ae, there is claimed. to. be d-i.ie .a't tlje date a- >y their charter, they cire authorized Special rates.of interest allowed on sums de posited for stated-periods. Drafts granted on New York, Detroit, and Chicago; also drafts available-in any part oi' Great liritain or Ireland. A LEV MITCHELL, tkc'y. M Iv anl if g eiol FREDERICK WARDNER, Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, -C Groceries, Drugs, Medicines, Dy.e Woods, Glass, Ironf i.Vails, Wa- ter ar.d Michiga-n Wj'.iT. ___ Attorney and Counsellprvat.' Prairieville, F. RANDALL, Attorney at W' LEV I. BLOSSOM, torney an J Counsellor at Law, Land Agent, JX'lilwaukie, W. T. THOMASJ ticc of the door -West off the Post Milwaukie, W. T. iUL'ED'i'.cap ind letter _ all kinds Prfme'rs and toy books School books, which ore ana Pi-aerial spelling books No I, 3, Snd 3 English tfo Olney's, ?arlc> sGeognphy C >'bum s Webster's Dationaty Hale'sl lilted States anc Smith's gnminai ComstOck's'Philosophy and C heinistry Also bine and bhckink mill Meel pen-: seal ing lorfaTl ci tl e mosfcAibeial teis by T 6 BUOTHLji LEONARD P. CRARY., rneyand Counsellor at Law and Solicitor ndCounsellor in RKED. 53 STOW REED, Attorneys and Counsellors atLaw. .3. STOW, 1842. HIGBY, Groceries, Hardware, .-oclfery, Drugs, Mtdicines Oils, ye Woods, Dye Stuffs, Books and Sta- -mery: Corner oj Water and Wisconsin Ireets, IM OTICE The dm under he name of G J. Fowler d- Co is. fhTs d ly dissolved by mutual co isent All paymentb %re 10 be made to G. J. F nvkr, who is axUhonsed to settle all claims', -if den ands of long sanding are not cost will be made G 1 FOWLER, NATHANIEL KEILOGG 1843 __ MILL -Ihe subscubtr Id inform the public that he has just completet his NLW MILL, two mile? north of Prairie- -ille is prepireu fo do all work in his line. Knov mg that his, machirery rs oi this notiQe, the sum of seventv and b 100 Jars (fe70 JJpw theiefore, notice is her by given, that by virtue or a powei of co itiflnea in said mortgage, and in ursuance o the statute in such case made and piovided t' e slid premises5 or so mucfh- thereof a j i ;11 be su fl0 pntto satisJy 6did mortgage will be ssld it gablic Auction, it he C our1" Hou e, in the county of by the of crtinty, or Deputy, on Satuiday fht 2d day of Sep tember nett, betvv i'y of consin for the relief of -.'Insolvehl ap- proved January 15. IS4'0, u-hich se-.ures to the .insolvent .debtors all the that were norUained in the provisions of tlid Uaited States Bankrupt Law. Persons applying for tho benefit af this law, can.be speedily discharged from their debtu, at a moderate expense. LEONARD P. CRARY. ivl i 1 w aukie, M ay 26, t4 NSW GOODS, F'rcsli from the Ciiy! UDINGTON Co have just received' -steawier Madison, the largest slid Ipo'ted assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Wet and Dry Groceries, eV( r ofl'ered ii> 'his .market; Also, a goneral assortroe.nt of Glass, Crockery, Hard vhioh shall be sold at prices to suit the limes. Particulars next week. [May 22 chests Young per best se- Chests and half JL Hyson, Imperial and Gun Powder TEAS far sale iu wholesrile and Retail, 5y Dec 20J____.KNEELAND YARDS White and Rxl Domestic pioiu'ls; 300 UK. while; and eol'd WtiollenYarn 50 doz. Socks; 50pieces cloth, for sale 1 36, and 40 iocb, a first article, to be ul at the old Hardware Store of .juneTS. J. C. CRAMKR CO. Corn from City, for sale by L. J. and L. J. H1GBY. barrels superfii e Flour, on L. f. HIGBY. WILL sell goo'diij'n't'wholesali! or retail, as as can be .bought at any house west of Buffalo. "Western merchants, who have been to Chicago" heretofore, will do well, to look at my goods and prices before buying. Milwaukie, June 12, 1843. L. H1GBY-. Steam ETJBE -J TT C 3. will be ready to deliver WOOD fiot i the Mamtowoc pier by tne iir'-t of July upoi taa be procured
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