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   Daily Sentinel And Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               Tl TT V' QJEWTTTVTllT' A TYFT. P A T'PnPT'iJ1" UAlLi trAZll-J. VOLUME I. MILWAUKEE, THURSDAY M3RXLVG FEBRUARY 26, 1846. NUMBRK .10. BUSINESSWRECTOR Y. VNITEs TAXES HOTEL, BY TAFT Corner of Bast Water and Huron atreets, VlilwauKie. ___ _ _ AMi.RJCAN HOUSE, GENERAL STAGE By A. KOSSETTEH Co. West Ward, Milwaukie. STAGES leave this house dai- ly far all parts of the Territory. ___ TREIHONT HOUSE, BY HOLMAN LIVERY AND STAGE Michigan street, Milwaukic. __ COTTAGJK INV, BY JESS.3 M. VAN SLYCK, Successor of W. PORTER, Walker's Point, South Ward, Milwnulcie. Accommo- dations none better, if as good] arid charges very mod- erate. Vone in the city better. Forget me not. _ JERVIS SURVEYORS, ENGINEERS and LAND Office on Wisconsin street, Milwaukie. WILLIAM M. CUNNINGHAM, Wholesale' and retail dealer in AND MEDK-INPS, DVE STITKS, PAINTS, Oii.s, East Water, below Mi- chigan street, Milwaukie. J. C. PAINE. BOOT, ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT, Hie BIG BOOT, east side East Water street, Milwaukie. EDWARD EMERY, street, Milwaukie, W. T. Candies of every description and quality; Cakes; Pastry, Fruits; Nuts; Toys; and Fancy Articles constantly on hand, and for sale at wholesale and retail. JACO.J RAPELJE, Wholesale and retail dealer in DRY Gorans, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, BOOTS and SHOES; coiner ol Rogers' Block, West Ward, Milwaukie. AMOS TUFTS, Dealer in Foreign and Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes, Leather, Pork, Flour, Salt, corned Beef, smoked Hams, 1 eef, Store No. 15 east water street, Milwaukie. LYON, BROTHERS, Dealers in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Spring street, West VV ard, Mtlwaukie. PUTNAM CO. Storage, Forwarding and Commission Ward, Milwaukie. Cjsh advances made on Flour and Produce in store. J. I. HAGUE, AUCTION AND COMMISSION Water, below Hu- ron street, Milwaukie. __________ FOWLER. Jte ELY, BO0T, SHOE AND LEATHER STORF., whotc- k.sale and retail, one door below L. I. Higby's, on East Water street, Milwaukie. _______________ H. W. M'CRAKEN, Manufacturer and wholesale and retail dealer in Tobacco, Snuff and of the Big Indian, West Water noar S[ ring street, West Ward, Milwaukie. MISS s. tjeneral dealer in MILLINERY AND FANCY Goons; Wiscon- sin street, Milwaukie. MOi-RIS KIPP, BARBERS AND HAIR street, nearly opposite the Trcmout House._______________________ L.EVI ATTORNEY AND COUNSI i.ton AT in the United State" Brick Block, over Daggctt Richardson's Var- iety Store, East Water street. ______________________ BTJTTE11FIELD YATI'.S, AND COUNSELLORS AT W. T. Otticc in Hiccle's Commercial Block, East Water st. WISCONSIN WOODENWAHE FACTORY, BY RICHMOND description of Wooden Ware, such as Tubs, Pails, Churns, Measures, Sap Duckets, always on hand, at wholesile and retail, at satisfactory 'itices.________________ TIIuM VS J. EVAJNS, DRAPER AND TAILOR, f fi om New-York south side of Wisconsin stiect, a few doors above East Watei street. Milwaukie. All ciders promptly attended to._________ DAVID VVN PEHEN, TOP. AT LAW AND IX ClUNCERY West Milwaukie. __ Coi SSEl.T Ward, RAND-VLL ATTOBNIFI AXD Col ORS AT LAW, Law Buil- dings, Wisconsin street, Milwaukie. _ J. E. ARNOLD, ATTORNIVAT SOLICITOR CHANCERY East Water street, MiUvaukic. _ __ TWEEDY CROCTCER, _ATTORSIES AND COUN-SEM.ORS AT Milwaukie. W. T. Office n the brick building, over the Wisconsin Fire and M irine Insurance Company. _ .ATTORNI OlEce LEXANDER MATIIIESON, Y, COUNSELLOR ANnSot.iorvoR Milwnukie.W. T. East Water street, opposite Shcpard Bonncll's. NICHOLVS CLEARY, ATTORNI v AND CouNsi.i.i.on in the second story ofthc new brick north side ofWisconsin street, three doors of the Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance Oflice. THOMAS J. NOTES, i'STicc IT THE No. 0 Wisconsin street, Milwaukie. W A T E R 1 O W N HOUSE, BY T. Stieel, Watertown, Jefferson county, W. MILTON HOUSE, BY J. Du Lac Prairie.Rock coun- ty, W.T.___________________________________ "WISCONSIN MARINE FIKK INSUR- ANCE in the brick building, cor- ner of Wisconsin and Main streets. ______________ DOCT. J. P CREVKS, RCMdem e at the HICAN in Birchard's lilock, Spring street, Milwaukie.____________________ CHAilLUS C. SAVAGE, NortHY PfBLIC ANB GrNCRAf. in the bnieinent of Methodist Church, West Ward.______ mis. JOHNSON WILCOX, PmsirnNs ANoSimm ovs-----Will attend at all hours to professional calls in town or country. Office in Doctor Johnscn'snew briclv building, Eafct Water, near Huron street. [JAMLS JOHNMIA.___________-i. M. WILCOX. W. W. BURKE. OF Wooi.r.N Roir. and Ci Ward, Milwaukie._______ THE STORE, BY HEXRY GOODS, GROCERIES WINES, LIQUORS, FRUITS, CRorKFffv, BOOTS and SHOES H Wooni N and STONC WVRF, '.Yard, one dfor nortli of Rapclje's, and near the Ilouse, Milwaukie.______________________ BOSTON STORE, BY G. GOODS, GiinrERiFS, BOOTS and middle store Iliede's t'omrncrcial Block; Last Water street, Milvvaukir. ___________ MILWAUKIE CAP FUK STORE, J G33ORGE Co. wholesale and ictail dealers in MUFFS- BOAS, Flits Oiovis, CAPS and Funs in general. j'.ast Water street, Milwaukie. Cash paid for all kinds fjf Shi oping Furs._________________________________ R. W. PIERCE, Manufacturer and dealer in FRICTION M Ward. Milwaukie. All orders from the country will be [iroifif tly supplied, and at reasonable rates.___________ ALANSON SWEET, GENERAL PRODUCE DEALER AND FORWARDING AND Cojt- MERCHANT, at the Red Warehouse, and at the old stand of Sweet Jervis, at the mouth ef the river, LEWIri J IIIGBY, De-'ler it DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, IlAunwvRr, CROCREEY, DKI-OS MCDICINCI, PAINTS, OILS, DYE WOODS DYE STUFFS, BOOKS AND STATIONERY, corner Wisconsin and llast Water streets, Milwaukic._____________________ JAMES KNEELAND, Wholesale and retail dealer in DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, NAILS, FLOIR, two Stores, Nos ,57 and 159 Water street, Milwaukie._____ DOTJSMAN CO. FORWAI AND COMMISSION MfeRctiAN rs, and dealers in 1'RODt CE, LOMBER, PROVISIONS, FlSII, SALT, Milwaukie._________________ I A. HOPKINS, fLate Wilshirc Co.] general dealer in STATIOM- FRY, I'APEK HANOITOS, FANCY ARTICLES, Milwau- kie Sc hool Book Depository, East Water street._______ HALE HOPKINS, De-ilersin all of BOOKS AND SrATioNnnY, PAPER IlAsa.nas, SCHOOL AND CLASSICAL BOOKS, WHITING and PRINTING PAPER, INK, BOOK BINDINH and RULINO, Wisconsin School Book Depository, Milwaukic.______ S1DNEV L. ROOD, Dealer in BOOKS ANT> STATIONERY, BLANK WORK, PAPER HANGINGS HOOK BINDINU, RULING, Wisconsin Book and Stationer's Hall, west side East Water street, above Huron, Milwaukie._________________________ B. F. FAY, Dealer in Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, WET AND GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ax. 139 East Water street, Milwaukie._____________________ HOLTON GOODALL, Wholes-lie and retail dealers in Foreign and Domestic Ooons, GKOOFRIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, HARNESS, SOLE and UPPER LEATIIFR, PAINTS, OILS :md STOJ-FS; cor. Spring and W. Water sts. A. G. DAYAN, Wholesale and retail dealer in DRY GOODS, south store llculc's Commercial Block, East Water street, Milwaukie._______________________________ SEXTON CRANE, dealers in MERCHANDISE, at wholesale retail, riste-n Wholesale House, No. 132 United States Hotel Rlock Milwaukie. V3" Country Merchants are invi- to'call end examine atock and prices LUDINGTON fc CO. -ile and retail dealers in every description of MEH- CHANWSE PRODCCK, LUMBER, FARWEHS' UTENSILS, Old Corner Store, jVlilwaukie. ______________ FOUNTAIN HOUSE, BY DA NIEL N. NF.IMAN, where good accommodations for prisons with teams can be had. West Ward, Mil- wautie. W. PEARCE, retail dealer in Boon, Shots and Leather, 138 Eatt Water Milwaukie. THAVER'S HOTEL, BY EMERY Troy, Wai worth Coun- ty, W. T._______________________ JUNCTION HOUSE, BY P. G. E. S. B  very i heap by J. RAPELJi ANDREW C. BfcNfcBU r, FREDERICK W. JKRPMIAII JOHNSON, STEPHEN WILLETS, FRANCIS STCINHEIL, TJIOMAS McKiE, CHRISTIAN ZABRISKIE, President. ANDREW W. Houai 3, Secretary. Milwaukie. CLARENCE SHEPARD, Agen Agent, at New-York. INSURANCE" COM undersigned having been appoir ted an agent of the j-Htna Fire Insurance Company c Hartford, Ct. i? prepmed to issue Policies of Insuyance t all who may desire it in this place; The extensive business done by this Company, and i known character for promptness in the payment of losse has given to it the universal confidence of the The undersigned will be found at the U. St ites. Milwaukie. LEVI HUBBELL. MUTUAL INSURANCE COMP'N1 OF BUFFALO, N. undersigned, hai ing been appointed ;.gents of the above Companj, ai prepared to issue Cert ificatcs of Insurance on MARIN CARGOES, and to receive applications for Insurance b this Company on Ves-cl Bottoms, and other Marine an Fire Risks. According to the charter, all persons man in" with tins Company arc entitled to share in the profit fo? which certificates bearing interest will te isaued, ai when the certificates of earnings exceed the su plus money may be pi id to thei holders pro rate aecordm to their date. POUaMAN Co, Agents. NEW-YORK EQUITABLE INSUR ANCE DOLLAR Insures against loss and damage by fire. Buildings, Mer chandize, Furniture, i nd every description of property, o DIRECTORS. JOSEPH W. DORVEE, K. A. ROBERTSON, ANTHONY P. JAMES O. WARD, GEOHOE RAPELYS, ROBERT L. SMITH, PETER A. BARBOUS, JAMES E. COOLET, GARDNER A. SA.GE> JOHN favorable terms. HENRY YATES, LAMBERT SUYDAM, SHEPIIERB KNAPP, JOHN P. NESMITH, CHRISTIAN II. SANE, JOSEPH BOUCHARD, PAITT. SI-ANFORD, A. G. THOMPSON, SIT.AS HOLMES, HARVEY WEED, HENRY ROWLAND, LAMBERT SUYDAM, President. JOSEPH STROJTO, Sec retary. Milwoukic. BRADLEY ME1 CALF, Agents B. C____ALPHABET novlO at EMERY't ACCOUNT kinds, at tbe Bookstore of S. L. ROOD ED AND HORSE BLANK TS'or sale by__________________.1 A AND SHOES------Some ve ry stout ones, for sale by J. RAPELJI BOOTS____100 pairs home made Bo >ts for sale by nov29 WATSOJ BRANJDRETH'S r, a! (rrninno aitiole, soid _ .A targe assort) Vt at deel LYON, JiROTIIER! B BIBLES, Prayer Books, Psalms rnd Hymns; Methodist H'j inns. S. L. ROO1 B DOTS SHOES. .A good assoitin't for sale by ________J. R. DB RIHMER C DETECTORS--Re7d Weekly at HOPKINS' Bookstor nov24 140 United Slates Bli ck. B "DLANKETS____The real genuine .r- -U ticl'' of Mackinaw IMaukpts, blue, green, dr.ib ind and while, for sale at 140 U. S. Block. H. P. PECI.. BONNET RIBBONS. The largast and most fashionable lot in this citv. at New ork prices, at the Boston Store. _G COG3WEL B For sale cheap by the dozen or smale pair. OCI2-2 UN CfiNANT I'D BUCKSKIN GLOVES MITTENS. 45 dozen pairs, for sale at various pi ices, at the People's Store. West Ward.___________II. SAYR 3. "o. "DRANDIES____Otard, Depuy I f A. Seignettes, and other celebrated brands, for sale by____________________________B; F. FA BOOTS SHOES_____20 cases coarse Boots and Bn gans, a good assoitmcnt for men, ivo- incn and children, foi sale and will be sold at iincom non low prices, by II. P. PEC i. doc30 140 United States B ock SALT____For sale by S decG MILLER CUSIIMA BELLS____The loudest out, ..t rlccJ LYON, BROTHEB3. CANDLES .25 boxes sperm patent refined Mould. LYON, BROTHEE 3. Cloth and Fur Ct ps, for tale by LYON, BROTHER 3. CABLE CHAIN____1000 Ibs. hv ARNO1. CASSIA, by the Mat, for sale at novSO CUNNINGHAM 3. S ____ Any quantity log, trtce, anil 1 IIDlNft'l ON Jn __ ODF1SH ____ 10 quinlals, fbr sale 17 J A ARNOI 0. pRANBERRIES____An excellent ar- ticle, for sale by_________________J. KAPELJ B.__ crates assorted, for sale low foi cash, by___________J. A.ARNOL P. A superior article, for low at the People's Store. H. SAYI S. 8 crates of Crockl jusr rec'd and for sale by F. WARDNE I. pANDLES ____ SO boxes Candies; v_> 50 bones Soap, for sale by B. F. FA f. Ibs, a superior: rti- cle, for sale by A. F. CLARK E. JavaTTVIanillaT xio V> and Cuba Coffee for sale by___A FCLARR g. vsry nice ankle loi sale by AltNOI U. F" SALE-TTT50 Oil MILLER V. BOOTS splei did assortment for by I.UDINGTON y to see their old customers. decl S ELLING is thi) time for Bargains at the BOSTON STORE. cask Skates assorted qualities, icccived, and for sale by the dozen W single pair, novll NAZRO KING. SFIOES____Sleefplateifnnd Cast Sleigh Shoes, foi sale by NAZRO KING; S CALT RHEUM CURED for 4 shilling; O The remedy may he found at CUNNINGII VM'fc Drug store. 151 Granite Block Kast Water st. janlS. SPERM OlL-._ At 8s. and 9s. pe G illon, for sate at the People's Store. novJO H. SAYRS. SH A W LS! Brochas, Kerseymeres Muslin delaines, itel and Jtob Rov Shawls ocU4 ___ BOSTON STOR E. URPRISING BOXES'... As welfai a lof ot Toys and hi dren's ju l ond oporina at toclM) BMEK V'Si. S QARSAPARILLA____2 Gross Bristol's k_7 E.tract SaiPUparilla, received and for sate by OUN NINGEJAM, sole agent for the Genuine, at Milwaukie. EEP'S a heavy article, JHilwavkie made, for ttale at 2 shillings per pair, by H N CONANT Co SHIRTS. CRAVATS, COLLARS, A large assoitmcnt, for sale at low rales by novt'4 H. N. CONANT Co. ST'JVES. .Stoves at from 20s up to ____for sale by jan3_________If. W. BEEBE. SCHOOL and Private Libraries. -.Con taming valuable matter, sinterl to tlip long wmtc evenings, for sale by HOPKINS, 140 U. H. Block. SCHOOL and Private Libraries provi f ed on the most favorable terms nt dec3 HOPKINS', 110 U. Stntcs Block TFERMOMETERS____A good assort n lent of Parlor and Distiller's Thermometers, receiv cdand for "ale by___ CUNNINGHAM. TAILOR'S good of l.ic best qtrilijy at (ho octlS BOSTON STORE. TE.AS_____Primesl Qualities of TEA in sale cheap at the Western Store. nov25 J, T. A1JRIANCE. this day, SOOlbs JL Moore's Collon Tlirencl for cfilechfaiK af or-ill VARIETY STOUE. TTftlBRELLASI doz. Jargi sized lor sale by the dozen or -insle. nt the oclll VARIETY STORE T COKING-GLASS sorted itist rcce'vrr) for at HIP oclll VARIETY STORE. L UMBER, Lath and Shingles____ 700 OOOfpct Lumber: himfUnsLiitlt; shingles at fair prices LUDINGTON Co T OTS OF NEW WORKS, to numerou I 10 sale unusually low. at novSl S. L. ROOD'S. T ADIES'CLOAKING.-.Omb. Stripe -1_J Alpacas and check Cloakings. just received by LYON. BROTHERS. T ADIES CRAVATS very newei-t ttvtrs oct 4 'BOSTON STORE. MISSES' CHILDREN'S __J Hoots and Shops in great vaiicty, at th M Uiu- Boot and Shoe Establishment, 13S East Waterstrert, cclStatJB Hotel Block. novSl W. PEARCE bbls. Salt, 'jitst O icc'daml for sole by FWAttDNEB, Q ALT- barrels Salt, this dny rec'd a id for bv I.DDINttTON f QTR1PED HICKORY. pieces, pieces fine O F rout; and heavy, al [he__SCO'fdl pieces, at QADDLES'____Silver and brass moim- i ed, for sale by ______R-JIOt'CHToy. ,es, lor _______K_N QALT____150 barrels Salt, forsals by K N KIMHAl.t CHEEPS pieces, for silp by _____ I.I'D IKEEPS GRAYS____30 pieces, [tho article.! fen-snip liv AllNOI.D. 'ALT____100 barrels for sale by 7_ Iec3_______________________R. N. KIMBALT.. QUGAR____5000 Ibs. Sugars, for salo cheap, by decl C. WALL- SONG BOOKS- .20 different kuids lor sale by HOPKINS. I IB U. Block, POEMS7.__rAlnol-t beautiful eilition, for sale by____I. A. HOPKINS. Boxes BOSTON for sale by A. F. CLARKE. s 0 TEW ART'S Loaf, crushed powdr'd 1 f.uaars IDhbK by CI.A S L GAR____10 hhds. Porto Rico Sugar, liir salo by octlS A F CT.ARKJ1. SPARK'S American Biography------- Full sale at S. fc. KOOD's. _ S TONE very large lot of Stone arc, at reduced prices, r. WARDNER, C'HOOL and "Schoolmaster------ For sale at fnov21) S. L. ROOD'a. PANACEA, GENUINE..Re- andforsalcby [nov20J CUNNINGHAM S OAP--New York, Bar, Castile Toi- let Soaps, for sale low by________H. W. S ODA BOSTON A fresh supdly.j us! rec'd. CUWMNCHAM iJMETliliNiCPfHA'r WAS wanted-- GILT PICTURE FP.AMES kept cetwtanlly baud and for sale cheap. All kinds of Frames made m ordci by JTS, 17 Cast Water _ and 
                            

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