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   Evening Courier (Newspaper) - March 16, 1847, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               COURIER. VOLUME I. MILWAUKEE, W. T. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1847. NUMBER 20, K V W N I IV O C O U U I K II. PUBLISHED DAILY BY WILLIAM II. SULLIVAN. a year, payable ijnaiterly in lulvuuce. OT. COWVIKTCillAM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST, MANUFACTtJRING APOTJIKCAliV, 151, martin's Granite Block, East Wilier Street, Milwaukee. orders fiom tho co.mtry for avticles inhis line promptly executed. IJiices unif.u-mry low. 48 J'AYNES' largo supply unhand and forsalu at wholesale, nt the proprietors prices. .Iw2S at ___________CUNNINGHAMS. HI. S- Spirits and for sale by :il CUNNINGHAM. R ICIi 1'LOUll.rcc :it :ived and for CU> CHRISTIE'S GALVANIC following is from the HonAV. A. member of tbe State of New Yorh, and To Dr. CinusriK Dear am now So years, of age. and 1 thought I was tno eld to be helped by i MILWAUKEE HOUSE. P. fi. .TONE S Proprietor. HAVING thoroughly repaired and newly furnish- ed the above wellluiown House, is preparedt o accommodate tbe noi'J FilED.WARUXEK. klVJEKY STABLE. THE subscribers having pureh Ihcuntnv stock ol' Livery Vopeity ol Hulninii Jt. Co., and made large addi- tion" theieto. are prepared to furnish ________ CAHUIAWiiS, urwilliiMildiivcri. far tiny part of the tbi'shortest iiotirri.iHid tho mostreasonablcti'rms. Also TWO OR Ji'OUR HORriE TEAMB. Suini.K Him-; us. for Ladies and Gentlemen. Car ri.tacHiind HEAUSE to lUtend Funerals. Stable in the roar of United States Hotel. Horses A. L.KANE JunclS IP-I li. About siy years since I rreoivod a severe liilt from my horse, wtiic-h injured my back, and brought on pain and constant diz'zim'ss'.n my brad. It also weakened my system vary much. I liavp used Fluid nnd Iliupp. unil though [luid litllu luilh, I followed strictly the directions, nnd 1 IIIAV inform yon that !he dizziness haw entirely tronc. as bus likewise the Hpinul pain and weakness. Your G.ih'atiicStiei.glbemng Plaster is an iuvitlutiblc pivparat.im.ai.dlimisnrc the in the whole world, lor general feuuloncssniicl debility. In a word. I feel every way in better health than t Iinve lor many years past, i can aiuiuulctbe lesulltn noth- ing but your simple and clliujrioua remedies With high respect eineerely vein's, A. THOMPSON. Thompsnnvilli-, S illivnii Co. N. Y. Mnrch 12. 194U. W. M. UUXMNUIIAM, bulunirl lor Milwaukee. 151. K. "XVliter st.___ DOWN'S HAl.fA.MIC J.'.LlXUl.lbrthccni'fol' I'muiii'mry popular n.euieiiiealllie Kast.j ugt rectuvcd and for sal r by WISH' CU A w.st. BAY tin top rliclr: l.y Ihr dim, orsincle bottle ut CUNNINGHAM'S. LOOKINO LOOKING Just received ai the Crockery Store, a large assortment of Lookiu Glasses, TcaTraysand waiters. set pel 3 __ F.J. BLAIR. 300 bxt-- Tin Plate, 1-3 IX; CO boxes J. 1 rooling and plate; 478 bundles Am. nnd English sheeliron; "0 do Russia do do; extensive bam and stable accommodations, make :tu most desirable mopping p'.uce for persons from the 478 bundles Am. and Eng.sheet iron, coiir.-.ry, witHheirown teams. so do Ruasia clo do, leave th.s House f.r.ily for various points in :hc Territory; and carriages arc always in readiness to take passengers and their brig-gage to and from the boats free of charge. Milwaukee, An'l 1, 18'iG. 2 IVo UNCLE Bl'jN is on b ant! wuh IIB finennnssos't- mrjiit of taTHATS and CAPS as were cvev exhibited in t Fine ExtralJeavcr, y'var Extra KntiJi, .Frencb Mulcsliln extra article. Pai.ama.s, Lejdiornbwitl'out n'.imbcr. Luigc ciuanlity ot French Slvaw Hala. may 13 __ __ __ B. THUOOP. At the City Viand 8 fort lie nasttwu: pail; bbl. ami bail', and' Iwol bl Kettles. the can dupeni. upi tun oi al retail. NELSON McCUAKKN. ed asi-siicd: K -S 'fJt it L It W 1834. OTIS, A CO, 154 Washington Strest, Mass. CONTTNUJ3 to bjpply tbc works llttviiigffivou parl'cuiar a'.tenlionlolhis business for the imsttweh'c years, persons ordering fton: them he vvorkH be'.ng pruniiJtly fbrwai'd- OUTL1XK few io! k TIOOD. MITCH EL'S thi-din ibr sale In" fcbaa "I" KTTER 'llc> gross or single J..J dozen, for sale tiy febU.'I S. L. HOOD. OLp asuperit-r quality.this day re- cr-ived bv express and lorsate at leduceil prices. L. UOOD. FRESH VACC'INK MATTER. icccived tbU day per mail, from UoMon, and for Mile at ili.cii CUNNINGHAM'S Drus.' Store i'A I.LISTER'S OINTMENT rimst every- SITAKEK My liirtho largesl asscirimcnt inlhecUy; ri'c'd di'-ect fi-o n the society of Sha- hers, New Lebanon, N. Y. For sale by I WM M. CUNNINGHAM water Ibs SUPKll FIXE FLAVOB. eur.nisters. received and lOisalcby ctau CUNNINGHAM. r iiKUsiiios from the k, just received and lor McAI.Ll: s Cold Pressed Oil, I'ur the hair iln VegetaUluOintnient, for the toilet do Solai Titictule, tbr flv-jpep-.ia, WM. M. CUNNINGHAM, sole agent tbr tin; proprieuii nicilii-iucf: ABOUT IT. miles west ol Milwaukee on the 2-Jd ot'.lamiary. a Cloth CLOAK, considera- bly worn inlofniatior. may be obU'.inod concerning U, hv iiJrlrr.wmiu (poM paid) tbo subscriber at EilLhburg, Dane comity. A. S. WOOD COUIISE OP PUBLICATION il Tbc M numU-r ot "THE MUAVAI'KEE ME1JICAL ADVKHTISER' Jt will coutani a large miiniicrul' valuable receipt'! particu.arly useful to i.miilii-.s i.nd others also, an account cf the most j.opularwdicines now in rem irks on the sul'i'ti.i -iliim nf ini.dir'm.s. cmilimK'd ibe hist lium- lier. Thi-number of tbe "Advrrtisor" will be pub- lished in jmniilhlel t'orin. and when primed, will be FRICK the of WM M. CUNNINGHAM, Wlu.losdi' and retail M.lwinikci-. ClUtlSTIK'S GALVANIC AHTICLES, curing Neuralgia, Clnonie libcumali'-m. Galvanic liings Galvanic Ring-, do M.Lgnotie Fluid, tie. c.v.c. foi sale mid retail by WM. M. CUXXIXOHAM. Hiilcngcnl for the sale of Doctor CnriMto's Galvanic Aiticli'snt Milwaukee. _ I'ehia WINKS and mcr.ical JB. i purchased of importers i.i Uoslon and rccoivcd ilirei-tly out of tbe Cu-Uim of Ihr. best evidence'" that can be named relative to llieii' iMirilv. For   ulwayH on hand, and at very low prices a variuly ofSelionl Ituwards, C'ci-lHicatcn, Pti-.jici's, Tii-h- els.Toy Hnnks, tVr. A variuiy Gohi Pen fePocketknivrs and a lull ni usoCvil cleirffiil StJtl'onory PAl'El! I'otiinri ol' every (Ic.-Jer'ptimi in use. ALMANACS Cultivaini-, Cl rihti in, It'nrnjor.s Ciuuiu, Funny, THi: Keepsake1- aad (Jiltw for Christiuiis and New Vuin-'K Amcricfin and roi-oiyii oiihunfl, or .Hiijiplicd to ordur, pur-l ftcc. TIANO 1UO Fliilc. Hniiml ClarioMPl T nil rnrlorh.bawi viol tV violin slriiiLrH. TArEJl HAKGINtdS and 1000 llol'rf at IVoin t'rjits to- H.htt.s Jor s.-Ic n very as- Horlmcnt of ]looSs in oveiy depurtmeiil of Hiatnry, Voyuyi'M, Truvcln, Medicine Tliooltury, Pliiloflopliyi Miiieraloiry, ChcniisLry. Aielutue- '.urc, Mcjchfinics, Book Binding and Blnnk Work. UALKlmfitlie binder y, nnd llio best workmen in flie west, nnd will rule and binrl to liny juitleti. ami ti; ordrr, work ol' every description. Partiijnlar altenlicm paid lo i-ebiiirling oliJ Periodicals, A.c.whicli may bednnoin n great variety f and al inodoralo priccB, 'JIAfiS Clear, linen and cotton rags wnnlrfl in any quantity. ISlfj do do do'- Jour tlio JTi-ankUn Liisiila'.c, do Demoeralio llcview, do 3'3d. Magazine, do Mag. of Horli'Uiro A Jiotany, do Stillijiian'sTouriial ol Soi- Art, lii-Jilonlhly, 5.00 CJvisLmn Kxaniincr, do (Jcidcy'a Lad.y's Buokf Menllily, 3 00 Magazine, do Tjtiw do do Journal of JlctiUli, do do The People's. luimml, a now illaslrated Pciiodieal. niontl-.ly, for all rlassep. Wai. Mary Howiu and Mar- tinctiu are cuntributorsLo "work. Kngliyh KditJon, du MEDICAL. Tour.ofMcd., Science, Quarterly, 5.CO do Bell H Sdect Mod. Library, do do Medico-ClrrnrKicallleview, do rlo British A Per. Mod. llcvjew, do do Jioston Moil. A, Surgical Join1, 3.UO do London Lancel, do tio Itclrospect. Twice a vcar, do WEEKLIES LiUeJl's Living Age, Woelily, do Saturday Courier, do do uik Albion ofBrhif-banil Colonial "Foreign Weekly Gnxu'.te do N B. Any work published i.i country, not mei.- tiwned in tlte abovclis'. will be furnished to order. O. 15. CO., through their ngents in London nni) Paris, nreemibled to supply all Europeiin publieutvona. Otdurw made up lorbotlh tho above plucot tui the first andfiftcenlliof every month. Laiv. Medical, Miscellaneous School and Music Hooka Hnpplicil wholeealo and retail. Per- sons oideringat a ilistancCj byremitting the money or a city reference, nifiy depend upon prompt attention, aiidon aw good teiniv! prowent. Tne public arc in funned that we HcmJont no tr.nullintf AtiJZXTiS. Therctbrc to :i.- void being imposed upon by unantlicmed remit your orders direct to us. Boston, Nov. jVo.112, Cfencxt't1 8t uf. the sign of the Indian Chief npTIIfi ftubsrribc'rslmvo and willltccp constantly on 1 lian'l at thoir Store, n large aHfcorlinrnl of TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS, At pi iccw at per eont. k-estluni the Httnio can uo ior nl any other established in the Htate. H will he rememberer] that MesnrH Warick Bryunhavc tislieji (Jin premium on nrtielrs of niiinni'iiftarow in both the- Rtirto and l''nir witl'Jn the past year, ftnd been exhib- ited to over sixty thousand persons. Their present Slock juts- of tho follow ing1 named articles, and cut alitywhirb wonnnr's: TOBACCO. HOD Cnses of .Tmnos Rivur Chcwh.gTobncro. flax. youo ExLru line cut 2d quality No i stxc smoking- No 2 IJ VEHM novlS Livery Wlr, are prodarcd to turn Hi on the nborlcsL notice, atom Liveiy Stable on Wutcr Sux-trf, ncsu1 ihe middle bridue, in tne East Ward, Horsrs and Carriag-cs, Saddle Horses, TcaniB. fkmblc nnd ninjilo Wngonp, eilbcr wilh or witbeut Hoiscf, on venstinnble torniP. Pnpscn- lo to any patt of the Terrhory, run be conveyed with aalely and despatch, in carriages or Uutibc'r waEfonH, on most tnrnis. C. D. DAVTB, U. 8 MOKE. Horses eonslanlty on band for (fliluor exclKtiifjn on falv terms. POO No.] size Canisters J.is Kh erTolj. iiiOO 2 SNUFT. Ibs first quality Scotch Snuff. Macaboy Snd Ar.d aho fin assortment of Lnndy CTGARS. Tmportcfl of different biaiulK, La Nor- intirofdillbrcnt Iinititiinn LiiNoniifis, M) 000 Cl-e-ootsLn I'rimavimo, SR.OOO PanclclliiH Lu Juyro, Spotted. 50.000 Prinfipe Principe Juno. Sanxe. Diuli. They will ulso constantly n supply ol Mustard, put up in parcels to suit purcb together with a genera of all articles'n their lino. Terms oasy. If satisfactory reference in given, all orders promptly, attended Aililruss WARWICK >V 13 RYAN,   tonsii'-horltji! iJrejJurc hulKnv alkhiscrlfiiions.tojj'ethi rwiih agencr-st] imont of Etiglibh iiud Stove Stove Tin andJiipunncd war-1, A.C in ijuunliiicfilofiuit pijr- chnwrn, nt the sign o( the mil) suw, for cash only, myai____ ____ LL.T. CLOTllES WARE ROOM MUFFS vory cheap by Auction :mid Commlmiou. WILLIAM M. COOK, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANT And Miii.iifartMrura' Agents, Llic ttilo of Run! Kilitc, JJry Gontln, Groce- ries Criu'licry. Hardware, CioiliiDr. nml Slioes, nnd Good.- anil clll'ctsnl every dcM-riiniim. Mreoi, 3 doors wmlh nl C'arefnl attention,  iov 6. L. HOOD. ONK 6 boxes To- malu Ketchup, orTableOil.roc'ilanclfr.rFale by Cl'NXlNKHAM, ril J. and fur ..ilu l. FALL AND WINTER stock of clollm, patLJnc ;H. CiOlhiiigf They snibly theyhuve i-rotthe largest, hcsnnd extonnive ii-sorlinrntuf ijoodsin line that hns ever been brouglitto Mil- They invite tbo L'e-iitfemeno' Ir-ont of propar- MilwunA-ec AH well from ll'.e country. J_! nllotliorcx- nnd examine Jeclini; assured iha: no one either u intiu or bciipi. Cnll nnd see willyoiLwiiytlissulislk'tl with Jilhrr quality priceor tin-nunieionv ccrliiii lies reminding its curative proji- bblf. Ohio Oil. AV ;iy tl i stylo. Thuirgooda beinjf boiiL-hl ibr althclosv- ost possible prices, an I since i he reduction of much earr.they >viil nolallov.'tlieniKelvt s- tube ndnii-olil by eithcrJow or Gentile. C'folhins every vnriely niadeto firderiiilhemoijl ishirnablenifinnc 'tin Hcpoitf; of Fashions foi' ?nlo nl New York prices. 2 5 No. 17, Kast GLASS CANDLE STICKS, for sale at CUNNINGHAM S Drug -Store. IBBAUD'S 100 doz. hoxei received this day and for sale by CUNNINGHAM, Wholesale" and retaJ agent for Dr. Hibbard ntMil- waulicc. ja ITY At the west end of Oneiclas'.icclBriilgc. Car.tingMiiado on short !ioliceand atlow rates. Will bekepr on baud and for Bale, Cauldrons nnri Sugar Kettles, nnd other liiudn of Hollow Ware, Ploughs, Nos. 30, 21 ifc -J2, Sleigh Shoes (whole and in pieces) Wajron boxes, Cart Boxes, Fanning Mill east- ings, Road Scrapers. Plough Standards, Plough mnkerflsupplicd with cnstlngs at a disconnt from retail prices. N.B GastTntrs r trs rcody when promised. NULSON erlies in nl' the nt. 151 Kasl water at. TH in to I'lorc HE Tmblic are liei.'l y eauticuieil against iiurchas- ing from J 'inch, jr. or any oilier jicrson, claiming under Iv.m, certain lauds in Wa'-iiini.'lon and Uilwaukcc in luvv-ns 7 S and ol langc 2d, which saiil Finch elidmslohold under Shrrilf's Deed, 11 attachment suit nca'mi-t Gordon S Hubbard, in 18-13. as sa'ul llnlibarii owned no part of said tndsal the date ol ur id suil, nciihrrhndi-efor a hiim Jmc previous ll.ureto U. S. [jaleiils to most of said ts having beer implied to .T. P Arndt, A. G- W. L, Mji.'tiii, Jiyun ItiUmviii, G :iud J. rlathawny.aud (Iced- 1'iom said Hubbard toother par- .ies for the remainder. J.'nll particulars on ppllrijliorj 'n .1OS1-IUA Aueiit for Gco. Wiight, E. Lee, 11. II. anilT. n.HubbnrJ. janKi, 18-17. __ Wholesale at Factory jirioe. WM. M. CUNNINGHAM, S n-inil driiu'fiJM.Milv, inilico. -f -t O IBS. GAHDKN ENGLISH AlO pale by CCNNINC11AM, jnnS.-, W.iterst. Milwn.ikeo. i tltlcF lr, pni] jmchav-rrs nt JACOB 11 A I'K i, bnxesju.pt received by .TACOB HAPELJE. BLANK 1CTS declfi JACOB HAl'EL.IE. ofcvcry Hlzein iinc.nlitrge ___ lotjustrc-ccivrd. JACOB UAl'ELJK. CUNNINGHAM H.ltnilmad Cathartic The ccctinix n) lime for llic 'These Us ;irc ill all 1'niicn nnd if !n- kcn inseapon :r-e undbillions Sold ill cast water McMUN'S Italsnm Lungwort and El- iciimpanc. w id cure tl.c foi me Call mid cni'y by BEKH! F I'ebrn iry of cojd ia l a Mild in Milwaukee. WM. ,M. CUNXJNailAM. }ic j inn) on band. CUK1UEH F wilU-oiiiinnc looperniB inthe above line in he formerly occupied by Dr. Cnrrii.r, oppoi'iti. ti> Kniciy's Confi-'rliuncry, cinisin anv prepared to perform every oper- ation connected williliie abovein Die best style. Mr. Furies havine had oxper.i'lice in mannltic- Inring go'.d we.rfr, ai.cl mouining u-i th on giihl pl FllESH VAC1KJJ VIRUS in Sralis put in j hcrannul bn xunj-iswil l.v iinv. P'iliiiji gl lulifH, poalcd, rccoivcil tins per mini, .lonui.i l1n-ln.M no'sihlr imu'nicr. A} iyom J. V. C. Siuilh, M. D. Pl-.ypician ol me Unnran- jobs wurmnloil or nn ]viy. 4 ,i f Line Dcpartnieut purl of Boston. Tho receipt of SI, free of postage, will cmiilcan individual to one tube scnl nccording In dncc'tions. WM. Jl. (rjNNlXGHAM.DinjrjjtM. I cast wah-r f-l ANTKD. .100 UK Uoldeli Seal Llciol, for whirl) One'.i will be paid. M. CUNNINGHAM, relui', MJLWAIJKEK CITY BTSJ'ENVARY.-ir.l Kast W.iler pinuided with ni'cur.ir-y itiin nenlnens, by anil faithful hands. I'lirlicnlar Hltcntion willliu )uid to the order.-1 us All ti id inedieine? put ;it will be labeled. In )ir.'vent niislal.fs wbicliKn oflen occur, eithorfioin ihc the Apnlhec.iry orlhi- dmvnriqht in'-'lt-ri on hw p.irt '.n tbe performance of bis dnlv. a' any honrol ilicnigl.1.. WM. M. OCN'MNdli AW. Chr.'i'iM and v. AH 4'J lo. will br nn hnndlhiM JACOJi UAPKL.'IK. EATIIElt larirc 'CI'''..... lot of ll Lcalbc nd Upper T WENTY bbls. ROSIN, rcc'il inn! forc.ili' novl8 _ _ PAID ibi-Slraiiied ITcinoy, Amcrifiin Snf- fron, Golden SuulKocl, tind licuswux, by CUNNINGHAM, lixoil up, kc. nov2 iuncl Fisla. in s. fewt it so OK. FIltCD WAKDN'ER. S J, HOOD. Driiid Apples. B BLS.DIUK D APPLES, forsaloby tho bush- el or hy tbc by run 3 PKKD WAHDNKH. PLOWS. TAMES KNEELAND has on band anil rmsmndi- nrraii.cremcnls fen a constant supply of )ho varioiiM TVrO'riOIOis hnivby iiiven lhal Arpnhia WiPiniln I" cif Mihvanlici'. is my iiifcnt l'nrthi> Tcniloryo to salwof WOODWOHTll'K I'ATKNTJUUIJT 1'LANISG, TONOI' El NG iui.1 GllOOVtNG II ACII1N E, ami all pcrMinNnfinp wii.l machihi; hi said Ti i lilory. nr Niiil riilcnli nreburohy icquired to ilusihl and M'llli'wilb naiilStarlis wiihcmt delay for the violation thereof, or ll.ey will hi'prosf-ri led L'JIA'i'MAN. of Albany, N. Y. r All It Uur-; :i'Mr( loihf snbM.Tibcri post jiaid, ivi' ininicd. IIP 40if 1-, ]-iii. A. W. STAUKS. RIVHTOX in. 1 Bai'lu-Iur Pliavintr Soap. A lip lopartii'ldiir '-uliMil CU.N.N'JNGIIAM n I.'.] IMK wnUTrt. OTIC1 7001 Jtiirlnni.ofiiUfteps J.1 lifJIons Swcodi'.J UPIOIIS Enulfch.all :i rnM m-H. nil 31! ploilLjbMwl; lio 2 JOnp. blislcrMrcl; I! U A m uteri; J'l la-ijo or small al tht! of tbe Mil] or J. TIT JL zoo; a ijn ic THE snhscrihcrswimhl rcspccllnlly announce lo Ihcriiizi'iisot Wisi'imMn in riml Mil- wankci'inpiirLiculiir.thiilihtty have the iihovc- Halloinhc North lunlAViHcuiiHi n Mrcci.iiulicraoniii lorinorlyooenpicdnmhn urn Ihc .tANAGJyVJ'HJC AHTS, n-illi ncinncmi nml flpatch. AKorders .atendorlio 1'AJ.MEIl A. LAl'HAM. .Inly 2C1SI6. S0lf axes of Minor anil Hurton's celcliratcd 1'EKKS-j 1'rimo BUFFAI O KILL PLOWS, which aw aclinnwlcdfjed byit'l.to1 MM> HOHKS fur aleby J. H. SILKMAN, ROCHESTER GARDEN FIELD SEEDS Win- Cunningham bus been appointed a pom at M.lwinitee for the sale ol the well liuown Rochester, New York Garden and Field Seedw. He I is now in receipt of a large and pencrol of j seeds for the coining nnd Will be glad to supply those who wish to purchase, either wholesale or retail. The Rochester seeds have a high reputation at the and are preferred by maoy lo the celebrated Sha- ker Seeds. JAMES P. FOGG. Proprietor of the Rochester Seed Store, Rochester, N. Y. janSS be tbcbestplow in use in VVrsconsin, :tnd ho tlicm ntlbe loxveat market price N.B. Extrapoiinealwnys on band. dfiina BBLS.Soda ('raekcrf rcc'dandfnrpnloby _ ai___ __ IS now complete. Onr nizcntn in Kcw Yoik will keep us conqtnnt'y supplied with FRESH AND PICKLED OYSTERS. when they can be sent through. Wchavealfomadc ui arrangements in the country to receive wild ffamr i sells it cheapen daily, and wo hope, by sparing no to make ojr 10'.; East Milwaukee. for Clilldrcn THE pimc of IVhal You Buy cio Pix.r Old Soldier: Mapi of the SliilCHj Alpbabets on blorlts Gaino of DominnH; HiMoriea] G.iinc-r, c Ac. P B OO D -Fool'.' C.p and There in no doubt bnf ivli.it the subwribcr ha8 the lociofSTATIOKEKY to be founii in i bio city nnd S. L. ROOD. HcuEClhat pleasant to not- friends as to merit M share j A large quantitv nf GLUE, nfthcdif- of public patronage LE6NAFD fc KELLOGG. frrcnt Tinliti. 11 TUNNINGHAM. in particr.. M.   

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